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I saw this

How dare somebody call May a complete retard [i have no idea what was said] which she is as prime minister when no talent for leadership is known.

When you have to resort to words like cross* it proves that the left wing media and the incumbent in the role is better suited for a job in a private girls school or grammar school teaching poetry (my blog).

How dare he. upset the poetry teacher.

Brexit is a disaster and a conservative branded one.    Oh well with a track record of no majority in Parliament at least next time they will properly loose.

*the monty python film life of brian  comes to my head.

Ben Nimmo and Andrew Philip Cross the witchfinder generals for the internet.

are you shrek ?

In this (not here see blogs i follow) we discover that that the fake news detectors are financed by the military.

With Cross ‘editing’ a bias into Wikipedia (my blog) and  Nimmo flagging them for Zuckerberg it seems once you become a witch with a heavy weight tied to you and dunked in deep pond your guilty of being a witch.

Whatever your view of fake news and both sides has an agenda (my blog) the fact Nimmo is funded by the military is perhaps a sign that genuine news and its bias is perhaps being controlled by a few and so curated like his comrade cross does.

Mind you if you can drown in a deep pond with a weight tied to you then perhaps Nimmo and Cross will too be seen for what they are (wikipedia) one day.   They will not be the first (my blog) or the last

When the military organisations be they either side influence the press* or celebrate the silencing of people (my blog) then the press is censored (my blog).   Truth is it seems a casualty.

*Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe there seems to more to it than is being told.

Islam immigrants in europe and civility

Islam is a dark ages religion and what is concerning is that the civility of europe means it is losing to dark ages fanatics who seem to wish export dark age thinking.

I read that some jihad lovers have been caught in Iraq with tenuous ties to the the uk via kuwait, the death penalty has been apparently approved for these fine terrorists without uk legal interventions.

Let us hope that this change to pro death penalty stance in the uk stops here does not sour the rest of the west precedent wise for instance  Lindsay Sandiford (wikipedia). Who while probably is guilty shows one instance where the dark ages affects the more enlightened in europe – i am sure other example can be found should you seek them out.

The vile scum* in question are certainly not nice people or adverts for multiculturalism but show islams real face it is also an attack on liberal values and now a point to be  against islamic immigration to the west when homosexuality is deemed only 70% acceptable in London by muslims you kind of get the point about these peace loving faith followers.

*a pop band from the the 1960’s

eu got to be kidding me

citizen may the children’s entertainer

The zoo had some eu domains* and they are to be withdrawn within a year or so was the plan with brexit going sideways with the childrens entertainer at the helm.   Its a lot of work for me and the zoo which i have already done/.

One is basically a secondary mx, the other is used by users.

So I and my users had to

  • buy new domains
  • move email
  • create dns zones
  • sign the zones
  • redirect  mailstores
  • add mail servers
  • web things
  • etc

So all of a sudden i have a shit load of stuff to do.  Domains are more popular then they used to be but i got some good replacements cheaply.  In a couple of hours i got a basic dns zone setup that has a slave which i can change registar nameservers to.

I have to delete a number of zone file records in the existing zones too

Fuck you if voted to leave and enjoy Mays balloon animals.

*since 2008 or whenever they got released.

A thugs politician Sadiq Khan (mayor of london)

This amused us apes

It seems that if we vandalise trains (bbc not here)  and die* then Sadiq Khan will come to say nice words about our ‘art’.

Stabbing and moped robbery (my blog) is another issue here in London and i am sure Mr Khan gives a glowing reference to all knife and moped crime offenders.

I suppose it is one way to get votes.   I think we know enough.

*shit happens

Blood on the page, Thomas Harding

Smith

isbn: 9781765151040 is about a non fiction murder and secret law trail in the uk apparently we all have to take every-bodies else opinion that water is wet and there is nothing unethical going on.  Smith (my blog) is responsible for the 2006-2017 legal odyssey so in camera trails dont really work for secrecy just like super injunctions and who (my blog) uses olive oil and children’s paddling pools.

Wang Yan v Regina is the case and the murder of Allan Chappelow which is still shrouded in secrecy.   The fact that Wang Yan used Chappelows money is undeniable but since Yan was apparently a small bit part of 4/6/89 events soon makes it mired in censorship for reasons very few know.

wenlock a policeman

It starts with a murder , stolen funds are used and the police get involved eventually a body is found and Wang Yan is found to be a prime suspect through police work of good quality.

Yan is a bit of a crook like this person (my blog)

The evidence is low in quality* but the other alternative motives are also low in quality as well so it comes down to the secret evidence that the first set of lawyers where denied access to by comrade Smith.   It is no advert for secret trails either and although the government appears to not use them it is hard to find out if they are occasionally used.

While the author attempts an Agatha Christie solution with colonel plumb with the candlestick, helped by the servant none of that explains how the money ended up in Yan’s hands.

Ceci Garrett has been helping hoarders, like this one,

An informative book but one no closer to a truth than at the beginning although the limits of what European union rules where being well tested ten years before brexit

One to read regardless 5/5 bananas.

*the victim was a hoarder – there is an interesting and often distressing american tv documentary about these people , and it took three days to find him needing a dog.

Elon Musk and the right to repair

We all chuck stuff away but i was surprised to learn that teslas (my blog) if out of warranty or deemed as such by Telsa and his agents have a value of $0 – unless you have a donor car and access to diagnostics computers so good night and good luck.

Musk has also been adverse of open sourcing of the  libaries his cars use – even taking time to be gpl license correct

Since the monkey house is averse to $1000 phones (my blog) and getting them fixed like agricultural tractors needs a computer to reset the right to repair does matter – your probably paying for the main dealers to fix things in food that farmers incur already.

I learnt something (my blog) and yes while i dont expect (or demand) to fix a 1900 era railway engine without engineers you will perhaps think differently when something under three years old is deemed trash just because apple and musk think so.

Repair / recycle (my blog) might be good but many people do not want you to.

I wonder if Musk’s spacesuit will be repairable? – i do hope he can hold his breath for twelve months while somebody ships him a new one from earth.

gdpr will not kill facebook and some predictions

Mary Portas ‘fashion’

gdpr is something that has got a lot of peoples panties in a bunch.  It affects smaller firms rather then big ones (my blog)  so a bit like that cookie law (my blog).   – press ok because the law says so

it has been pleasant to get emails from companies asking us for belated permission to send us even more  email so it will be interesting to see if those wishes are complied with or the crap keeps coming.

Since whois lookups are also part of the thing that is also concerning but since many isps dont respond (my blog) and i mallet there ranges i will probably still know enough and people like the riaa and other mafia organisations will still probably get there accurate data.

So gdpr will hurt small firms and make absolutely no difference to normal people.

Somehow gdpr sounds a good idea but l ike the cookie law it will be useless.

Politicians are great aren’t they.