Thursday, 14 July 2022


There are many topics we could mull over about Boris Johnson, but a few visuals above is an easier display of the complexity I picked up on.

I don't trust any politician, I don't subscribe to any political ideology (I have my own), but Boris is the only politician to (inadvertently or otherwise) demonstrate to the whole world the scamdemic. Everyone knows it's BS, even the booster vaccinated.

I was also struck by how selfless his resignation speech was. I'm used to crocodile tears and Sturm und Drang.

I'm not looking forward to who replaces him, but naturally it's likely, a WEF 'young' leader like Penny Mordaunt or Rishi Sunak.

Good luck Boris, and thanks for the Trudeau thing.

Sunday, 10 July 2022

Slicing Through The Madness

At the very beginning of the video clip, if you're paying close attention, the customer (little fella) hops over the fast food counter to make his complaint in person.

He is taken down masterfully by an employee safeguarding his colleagues and satisfied customers.

Then another [former] customer gets the same treatment.

Once the kerfuffle is over, it looks like his supervisor, is reaching out requesting the Samurai sword be put somewhere safe, now that the counter hoppers are in disarray.

I've never seen anything like it

Informed people know there's an ideological war brewing in the United States, and abortions, gun control, TERFS and reactionary accusations of racism-options are off the table.

You can take that to the bank but there's no way I can endorse the Federal reserve notes.

It's pragmatic to prepare for self defense.

Monday, 4 July 2022

They Know Where Things Are @ B&Q

I'd heard of Half Man, Half Biscuit but to listen was unexpected to say the least.


I howled with laughter. 

The intimacy with Annie Lennox