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Open Thread 13/01/14 – Updated

Max-Farquar-Website-Featured-Image Open Thread

This weeks Open Thread. Update:  Joe Public sent in a suggestion for discussion today, which ought to raise a few hackles – click for linky MPs splash out £250,000 of public money on vanity portraits Here’s one of our most loved & hard working members of parliament: Once you’ve recovered your composure, and cleaned the keyboard and screen, a visit ... Read More »

Open Thread 04/11/13

This weeks Open Thread. To get the ball rolling here is a video that Captain Ranty put up the other day, which deserves wider exposure. It raises some interesting points regarding the power of the EU and central banks. Have you seen this mentioned anywhere on the national media? Is Viktor Orban now a wanted man? What are your thoughts? Read More »



I often refer to Richard North and less so to Autonomous Mind for their sterling efforts in exposing media bias and outright lies. Both are usually to be found giving the likes of the Telegraph and the Mail a good kicking, but I intend to lower the tone and do the same with a “Down Market Tabloid” – namely the ... Read More »

Open Thread 28/10/13

Another Open Thread for your thoughts and discussions. To get the ball rolling I suggest you pop over to Goodnight Vienna’s blog and read all about the latest threat to our freedoms. The next time I hear an impassioned cry from some Green activist to “Think about our children’s future” I won’t be worrying about a few more parts per ... Read More »

Open Thread 07/10/2013

Here you go, another Open Thread for general discussion. Why not give your views on the announcement by Adam Afriyie that he intends to try and force a Referendum on EU membership before the end on this parliament. It’s apparently enraged David Cameron, but that’s not surprising, as he doesn’t really want to give us to leave anyway. The chances ... Read More »

Max Farquar Open Thread 24/06/13

Here you go – another chance to let off steam, or carry on the discussion about Edward Snowden & Michael Hastings. Read More »

It’s all going pear shaped…

Wind Farm

For the “Renewables” industry. Cheerful Soul’s cartoons seemed to have been well received – the subject of renewable energy and the scams involved are one I have touched on several times. So on visiting the Caithness Windfarm Information Forum today I was  interested in their headline article. It reports how a group of individuals have scored a major victory in ... Read More »

The Great Cyprus Bank Heist

Great Bank Robbery Heist

A Guest Post By George Silver: The Great Cyprus Bank Heist has touched the little grey cells again. Most people will not find this entertaining, but never-the-less one person might just take heed and thereby save their financial future. Nothing, though, is guaranteed. For those who haven’t heard, the Cyprus Bank Heist is where the EU and IMF have decided ... Read More »

A better place?

Insured by Mafia better

A Guest post from George Silver The World would be a better place if all people were more selfish. There. That’s the grabber. Do I hear protest? Well I shall begin. OK OK the word selfish is maybe not quite right. This gives the impression of self-centred greed, grasping and self-absorbed. What I’m searching for is more like “self-orientated.” All ... Read More »

The british energy challenge

British Energy Challenge

A Guest post: It seems the UK population is not gullible-enough for this government’s liking. With a healthy, questioning attitude to most things scientific, we really do abide by the Royal Society’s motto:  ‘Nullius in verba’ which roughly translates as ‘take nobody’s word for it’. This is particularly so when it comes to so-called Global Warming; sorry, “Climate Change”. Immense ... Read More »

That’s very kind of you, Dave…

Tom, Dick & Deepak

Prime Minister David Cameron used a visit to India to insist that there is ‘no limit’ on the number of Indians who can study at UK universities, or take up graduate-level jobs after qualifying. Oh wonderful – as if we don’t already have a full to bursting country. Only a fool believes that the forthcoming relaxation of immigration rules will ... Read More »

About That David Cameron Europe Speech

David Cameron Europe Speech - Summary European Renegotiation delayed planned prime minister UK Britain EU referendum Eurozone EUSSR withdrawal lies spin

The long-awaited David Cameron Europe Speech been described by some as “one that we’ve been waiting a long time for any prime minister to deliver”. Hmm, not be me. Obviously. As for long-awaited … well … I don’t mean as in anticipation. Obviously. It’s more due to the fact that David Cameron’s general incompetence meant his first planned date to ... Read More »

When The Wind Doth Blow…

wind turbine

When the wind doth blow, or rather, in this case, when it DOESN’T! Joe Public has just sent me a screen shot he took a short while ago – I’ve used a different one from the BM Reports site which fits the screen better, but both are self explanatory. Note the contribution from all those wonderful wind turbines… Just 184 ... Read More »

The Internet

Internet Kill Switch Biased BBC

Is either a wonderful thing or a nightmare, depending on who you are. Anyone who follows Bishop Hill or WUWT will know about the long running saga of Tony Newbery vs the BBC. For those who haven’t heard, it concerns a FOI request he submitted to find out the attendees at a meeting in 2006 to to formulate policy on ... Read More »

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