revolt on the right,Ford & Goodwin

farage

Farage

isbn: 9780415661508 written n 2014 is related to this (my blog) who seem to have since imploded once more with leadership problems, brawling ever since June – who punched first, non respect make politics look exciting.

In the beginning its academic ideals it is ‘suggested’ that the right wing took over aka Mosley black shirt style style and that is rather biased. However both red and blue parties have since gone ukip purple chasing the anti vote.

sheepWhether or not people will continue to vote the way they did when red and blue parties where mostly pro europe is up for debate .

murderer

somebodies fingers also in the pie

Rather left wing in its interpretation as it uses facts to fit its narrative, however it has nice charts that explain why people voted the way they did and labours  immigration policy of non eu nations and and lack of action by the eu promoting the benefits or trusting the local political types to fight there corner can be inferred but these truths are ignored by the authors and ukip get all the collective blame which strikes me as odd being that for hundred years of two party politics no blane can be found elsewhere.

1/5 bananas

 

the digital age,Eric Schmidt & Jared Cohen

moonbaseisbn: 9780848546202 is one of those buzz word bingo books which i knew of but not by name. Wikileaks has another narrative to this hence why it is being read.

Pre Snowden (my blog) it casts a wide net and how google might operate.  It has faults as it sees that legality is a form of censorship.

Another problem is the reliance of ngo’s who fail in Haiti by not doing anything but that’s a boss talking to other bosses ignoring failure.  Calling wikileaks a terrorist organisation kind of proves that provided its legal google feels genuinely ok with government demands.

Transformative technologies are given a push but i do wonder if the censored net speculated would allow them to do much after all communicating with facebook in Ethiopia is illegal.

Kieth Vaz

Kieth Vaz

In cooperating with the bully who might also be moral and gay (my blog) i do wonder how they will meet there illicit lovers.  Needs must be met.

1/5 bananas

 

 

Free Speech,Tim Garton Ash

MohammadTurbanBombisbn: 9781848870925 is an author i have read before (my blog) and this book is a depressing grind for even needing to be written

However it seems most of you don’t want newspapers to report on news that is bad for leaders. Islam also comes across as the mentally retarded inbred cousin (my blog – affects mormons too) I suppose they really dont need electricity either

If they do not like the ideals of classic Greece (my blog) then that is a good statement of the mental backwardness to be found there.

Much to disagree with here but then how do you reason with a caveman like Khalid Masood and all islamic believers..

I muse on uk lottery funded films (not safe for uk luvvies)

Im not dead yet but i can whine

Im not dead yet but i can whine

One day i looking through the films of the week in a newspaper* and deciding if anything was worth seeing via the television i noticed a film that never got a cinema release to my knowledge.

However the lottery players paid for it, and it had its usual contingent of arty types feeding from the free money. Perhaps cinema  don’t pay.

It was low budget on the whole but it appears to be based on something young adult famous but nobody seems to have been really enthusiastic about.

It was also on late one weekend, and so i used this (my blog) to watch at my convenience.

It was not very good perhaps too adult for young adult,  but it keeps the luuvies from whining.  I was more interested in the back story but hey it was not a film for apes.

Not sure if you class this employee training (make work), or spending other peoples money with there friends?

No money was transferred by me

No it was not a Ken Loach film.

*nothing to do with netflix if you read this blog

Bolshoi confidential,Simon Morrison

tutuisbn:9780007576609 has been out some months ago and only now did i notice that the library service finally bought a copy – make of that what you will as a state of affairs.  My commentary on that is why both even bother thinking about using a library when its a easier to buy it in a bookshop of some type.

I had it on list and was not that bothered that i had not done anything about it.

Bar the acid attack of recent this book documents the beginnings of things and it can be said that far from being russian it was dreamed up by an englishman and funded from outside russia as no banks existed.  Talent was imported from Italy and shows what a poor state russia was in after all why would royalty need money.

Royalty ended up owning this pan european creation which had its ups and downs.  There is very little in the way politics here but it is quite surprising that many communist works have not aged and things like swan lake are still performed.

The writer a musician mostly remembers that most readers dont give a shit that the music changed in something a hundred and fifty years ago and keeps it normal which is hard trick to pull off if mired in academic music as a day job..

Not my kind of usual thing but 3/5 bananas.

 

 

zone one, Colson Whitehead

inthefleshisbn: 97800099570141 is an author i think i am looking in to reading a newer title. This title was found in a library and free* and featured in newspaper list.

This is a tale of zombies and zombie disposal written with a sarcastic parody of starbucks the coffee shop .  Although a novel the material here feels more a short story and loses focus fortunately the publishers did not make this a a three book series which is the kind of thing there into.

Overall the past (now) is better although boring the reader with guns and tactics is something wisely kept way from by the author.

2/5 bananas

*if you think libraries are free then you have not been in one for very long time – finding a book in a nearby library is like winning the lottery unless you read mills and boon romance novels..

When the public library is a non starter even for me

I was reading this (guardian not here) so i thought i would entertain you all with a tale.

It started with me trying to sort a data table by geolocation [not that hard], which eventually after a bit of googling got me to python which is not a reptile but a language which i am not that too clued up on.

I like new (to me) stuff and while i might have used perl before i decided to see if there where any library books – after all  i doubt they would have any perl books

I look stuff up, there is one children’s book with a brief mention of it* within a book on robots contained within a population of several million humans.

So being the zoo has  internet i give on the public library and fiddle to create a basic script which fixes my problem of which i am happy with.

millsandboonI also requested that the library system get some updated subject books in another area recently (i had to visit in person) and eventually they came.  One (both not of my choice)  was ok the other was written by a crook however it beat the 2001 for dummies version that was obsolete.

Mills and Boon is there level.

So next time your wondering why people dont use the library it is because i and they don’t read mills and boon romance novels who the civil servants n charge  seem very willing to buy in bulk romance novels.

In another example i was looking for another technical book in a different langauge and found one copy of it.  Unfortunately the person who had it was not returning it, so once again i i hunted on the internet and found something to get me started . I would buy a book if i knew a good one to buy but i don’t know.

Karen Bradley ignorant fool

Karen Bradley ignorant fool

So next time some govenment person – meet Karen says they want a modern library remember that one childrens book about robots and an book kept by a keptomatic must mean there doing something right after all one person in a million plus demographic benefited.

*i imagine basic.