Saturday, 28 March 2009


"...We abide by the Common Laws of this Land and never knowingly cause loss, harm or injury to another fellow being. These are the only Laws by which we need to be governed..."

"The worst thing in this world, next to anarchy, is government."
--Henry Ward Beecher

Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Even the sodding Yanks think the EU is dodgy

the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU

Invite you to an evening debate:

EU regulation: Getting better, or out of control?

Monday 30 March 2009

Debate from 6.15 until 7.45pm

Followed by a drinks reception

American Chamber of Commerce to the EU,

Kunstlaan 53 Avenue des Arts, B-1000, Brussels

Saturday, 21 March 2009

Travian browser Game

This game is highly addictive, I highly recommend it....LINK

A stark Health Warning from the spactator

Rod Liddle
Wednesday, 18th March 2009

Rod Liddle is appalled by Sir Liam Donaldson’s deployment of statistics in the hope of making it harder to have a drink. A surrealist would struggle to keep up with such campaigns against our human pleasures

Iatrogenesis accounts for the deaths of an estimated 72,000 British people every year — or slightly more than the combined numbers of those feckless people dying from smoking, drinking and being very fat. I suppose you could call it the silent killer; there are no government campaigns to educate the public about its lethality. When lists are published showing the top killer diseases it is never present, although it is the third most common cause of death. The Chief Medical Officer, Sir Liam Donaldson, is not forever haranguing us about how we should avoid causes of iatrogenesis. I know of no medical pressure groups staffed by starch-shirted harridans screeching at us about the problem, nor taxes designed to prevent us from contracting it. And yet it is very easy to avoid iatrogenesis; all you need to do is never visit a hospital or a doctor, and indeed, if a doctor should approach you in a public place, then roll up your newspaper and swat him away, much as if he were a malarial mosquito, while holding your other hand tightly over your nose. Iatrogenesis is the proper name for death by doctors. The latest figures I’ve seen, through the conduit of the Royal College of Physicians, is the one quoted above — a quite remarkable 72,000 deaths per year. Not all of them are the result of premeditated murder, of course; the overwhelming majority of victims are dispatched through pure incompetence or negligence. I am not sure if the figure includes those who die from infections generated in hospitals — my suspicion is, it does not. In which case you can add another 8,000 to the total, making a nice round figure of 80,000. Astonishing really, isn’t it?

Friday, 20 March 2009

You can't make this up

EU Single Farm Payment Scheme costs £742 to administer every claim. The Government has revealed in a written Parliamentary Answer that the average administrative cost of processing an individual Single Farm Payment Scheme claim in 2007-08 is estimated at £742. The same Answer revealed that 14,645 claims were for subsidies under £400 in value.

What a bunch of fuckwits

Sunday, 8 March 2009

Public Order

I live opposite a pub. before the liberalization of the licensing laws, I only really noticed much ructions at closing time. Now It's pretty much all night long. On mentioning this to the Police, the official attitude seems to be "Well, it makes our job easier, rather than having to deal with lots of problems all at once.....". So in other words, "Fuck the public, anything that makes our job easier is good!" What a bunch of CUNTS

Monday, 2 March 2009