Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Fed Up.... with self-loathing white liberals

There's still a big problem with Ebola in certain West African countries but the media are playing it down for fears a resulting panic might infect the western economies. If the WHO are playing it straight, the next set of infection stats from Liberia, Sierre Leone and Guinea will tell us whether or not those counties have a future as we know them.

Meanwhile, somewhat closer to home and after switching off "Homeland" for good in disgust, I managed to find the time to watch "Fed Up", a documentary about processed food. A real eye opener and I ended up having a completely different opinion on obesity, feeling really sorry for the three white, black and Hispanic kids featured.

I remember talking to some black Americans about the subject a few years back and they told me that it was really difficult to get fresh food in their neighbourhoods owing to the limitations of the distribution network. As a consequence a lot of the less affluent areas only have processed food in their shops.

You can see the same kind of food class system developing over here and as a consequence I am embarking on another dietary experiment beginning next Monday. From that date, for at least 7 days, it is going to be nothing but fresh produce with no added sugar or any other unnatural ingredients. We'll see what happens.




No surprise that Bill Oddie never got back to me. I hear he has a downer on grey squirrels now . Bill you should know they are exactly the same as reds just with different colour fur.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Bill Oddie - Hypocrite


After his disgusting anti-British outburst on Sunday wonder if he'll manage to give us all an answer?

Gonzalo

Mention in the Daily Mail this morning as the man who tried unsuccessfully to have me locked up for not sharing his political viewpoint criticises intolerance and extremism. If he does stand for re-election in Nottingham next May, I'll be making sure that he fails albeit indirectly.

Currently have two sets of weather monitoring software observing the passing of what was once Hurricane Gonzalo. So far my maximum gust speed is 23.3 mph, achieved about an hour ago. With many trees still in leaf I hope that's all it can muster.

Monday, 20 October 2014

Zac Goldsmith - "I could switch to the BNP..."

Been away from my computer for a day or so taking a rest from researching the mathematics of the Ebola outbreak. As a consequence I inadvertently collided with something on the TV I would never normally watch. Just five minutes of Strictly Come Dancing and its clumsy, deliberate racial loading was enough for me, finalised by Jurassic Park ripples in my wine glass when one contestant took to the floor.


Meanwhile, I am sure I have read something like this before and seem to recall the same obvious mistake that Mr Goldsmith made in his logic. That being, we would have to let him join in the first place? To which the answer will probably never be known.


Thursday, 16 October 2014

Union parasites suffer curse of BNP


Something quite amusing from Barking & Dagenham as parts of London slip towards third world status. Not being able to make ends meet after all of that enrichment, how can it be?

That Serbia/Albania drone video certainly took some beating, but this video from a Russian trawler manages to do it. Fancy reeling something like that in, closest I ever got was a huge line bite from big male grey seal in the North Sea which bent my rod double.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Nature's Helping Hand


Had a lot of fun with these when I was younger. That's why, by way of thanks, rather than have them crushed in the road, I pick them up and throw them in spots where a horse chestnut tree might like to live.

Whilst the thrushes have an absolute bonanza of hawthorn and holy berries to feast on at the moment, the winter will soon make for slim pickings. With that in mind get your bird food in bulk or just buy reduced apples from supermarkets and slice them in half for the birds to peck at.

We should not forget Ebola either and ways we can help it out in the challenging situation it now finds itself in. Let's remember to keep ourselves paralysed in a climate political correctness to give the virus every chance of  making that perilous journey from West Africa.

Keeping flights open will assist greatly too, as will allowing tens of thousands of students directly from infected regions and sending hundreds of UK medical staff into the Ebola breeding grounds. Keep voting for those open borders, renounce white privilege, embrace white guilt and enjoy that lovely warm feeling deep down inside as your body organs progressively turn to pulp.

Serbs v Albanian Drone

Half expecting one of the Euro 2016 qualifiers to be effected by the Ebola outbreak, but abandoned through drone action that really is something else. Having backed Northern Ireland to win in Greece and Shildon and Warrington in the FA Cup, the Serbia v Albania abandonment now means I've four winning Yankees currently in lockdown.

Not that we can't extract any entertainment value from the video as you'll see for yourselves. Despite NATO intervention I'm still of the opinion that Kosovo is part of Serbia just the same as Bradford is still part of England. Wonder how many of the current England squad would be prepared to defend their flag like that though?