Category Archives: The War on Stupid
Boris Johnson: “It is perfectly obvious that the Government intends these ID Cards to one day be made compulsory. I want to make it clear that I will in no circumstances carry one and even were I compelled to do … Continue reading
Stephen Green – the self-proclaimed ‘National Director’ of Christian Voice (i.e. one man in a shed with maybe a thousand newsletter subscribers) was on Question Time last night. He said many ridiculous things but, most importantly of all, he established … Continue reading
Blair has done all he can to stifle discussion and debate on his Iraq policy during the Labour Party Conference… con.fer.ence: 1. A meeting for consultation or discussion. 2. An exchange of views. I.raq: 1. A country of southwest Asia. … Continue reading
Demonstration, Saturday September 24 Assemble 12 noon – Parliament Square March begins 1pm Rally in Hyde Park follows More info (and maps) at www.stopwar.org.uk I’ll be the fella handing these out —> Also, do keep an eye out for those … Continue reading
A police state requires a centralised police force. You can only trust a terrorist when he’s telling you what you want to hear.
Four years since September 11th, and the Bush administration continues with one the boldest crimes it has perpetrated in the name of its victims: BBC – Guantanamo strike in second month: A hunger strike by detainees at the US Guantanamo … Continue reading
Europhobia – Our government is trying to screw us while we’re not looking: Come on, Tories/Lib Dems, sort yourselves out. We need someone to take these fuckers to task over this. We need a proper sodding opposition to these dangerous, … Continue reading
Is Blair trying to enforce ID Cards via the EU? If this is true, we can look forward to Rupert Murdoch’s mind exploding… hopefully in a spectacular Scanner-like scenario.
Bloggerheads is shutting down for two weeks so I can focus on The Political Weblog Project. When I return on Friday Thursday September 1st, we’re all going to have a little chat about Uzbekistan. Here’s a new Flash music video … Continue reading
BBC – Demo ban protesters deny charges: Ten anti-war activists have appeared in court accused of defying a ban on unauthorised protests near Parliament. Ann Clancy, 70, from Harrow, north-west London, was among those arrested in demonstrations days after the … Continue reading