Monthly Archives: July 2017

Get A Grip On Yourself, The Stranglers

As usual I find myself having to update old posts, because a lot of YouTube vids don’t stay up for long. In this instance a post I made way back in 2011, about the Stranglers (who were an Anglo-French band). … Continue reading

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Common Sense and Common Law

On this blog I often bang on about what’s going on in France, a country that’s on the cusp of revolution, none of which ever gets properly reported by the mainstream media. Well, in Britain, too, there’s a huge social … Continue reading

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C’est la fête de la Bastille!

Since I’m in the middle of a rather boozy Bastille Day I thought I might as well post some French music on this blog. French pop music is widely perceived to be crap. In light of this, when my neighbour … Continue reading

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Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys

I live in a part of the world where just about everything stops for two or three hours in the middle of the day. It’s called Lunch; and talking of food, do you remember the phrases cheese eating surrender monkeys … Continue reading

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A Very British Coup – Nuclear Disarmament

Some good news this week: More than 120 countries approved the first-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons Friday at a U.N. meeting boycotted by all nuclear-armed nations. To loud applause, Elayne Whyte Gomez, president of the U.N. conference that has … Continue reading

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Will common sense beat the psychopaths?

Once again, I don’t have the energy to comment on this right now. Ken Loach at the Durham Miners’ Gala this week…

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Corbyn has a strong surge in the opinion polls…

… even though most of the MSM are not really reporting it: Labour surges 8pts ahead of Tories in latest poll I’m too tired to comment on all this at the moment, so instead I’ll give you just one voice, … Continue reading

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Abby Martin Meets the Venezuelan Opposition

Another excellent piece of journalism from Abby Martin, published a few days ago… To put this into context: Overthrowing Other People’s Governments: The Master List of U.S. “Regime Changes” And for some more background as to what’s going on in … Continue reading

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Grenfell Tower – Incendiary Opinion

The Monbat published a good piece in today’s Guardian, in which he reveals some of the corruption and immorality that’s at the core of the Grenfell Tower tragedy: A public inquiry where the government chooses charges, judge and jury puts … Continue reading

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Fukushima Update

A few weeks ago the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled in favor of the sailors who were exposed to dangerous levels of radiation, sailors who provided humanitarian aid after an earthquake destroyed the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear … Continue reading

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