International Uppity Marxist Bints’ Day…

Yep, it’s coming around again, and the portion of womankind who engage in this sort of moaning shite are more uppity than ever.

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What is it these women want exactly? We have:

      • A female British Prime Minister
      • A female First Minister of Wales
      • A female First Minister of Scotland
      • We may still end up with a female First Minister of Northern Ireland continuing in post too even though the power-sharing government collapsed because she’s corrupt and incompetent.
      • A female Home Secretary
      • A female Justice Secretary
      • Women running the departments of Education, International Development, DEFRA, Culture Media & Sport
      • A female Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police
      • A justice system that is biased towards women, both in the family courts, and in the sentencing for criminal convictions.
      • A female head of state for more than 65 years
      • A woman has been Chancellor of Germany – the most powerful EU country – for 11 years
      • There was almost a female President of the USA, were it not for the fact she is a ghastly, corrupt, machine politician of the worst kind. I mean, how bad do you have to be to be beaten by Trump?
      • I work for a global company where the UK CEO is a woman, and the exec director of my division is a woman. My MP is a woman. My GP is a woman.

We also have a lot of women who – much to the disgust of the uppity brigade – don’t want any such powerful position that takes over your life. They want a family, and time to enjoy that family. This, by the way, accounts for the so-called gender pay gap. Women outperform men in earnings until the point at which they start to have children, when their priorities change dramatically, and the men who are fathering these children double-down on their efforts to achieve financial success and security for their families.

So what is it they’re “Being Bold for Change” about, with their hashtags and marches? Well, all kinds of redundant shit actually. They’re busily campaigning for e.g. women to become software developers.  They’re silent, however, on the domination by women of professions such as teaching, and on the apparently voluntary marginalisation of women in the fields of mining, refuse collection, farming, construction. I wonder why.

And, predictably enough, something they’re conspicuously NOT campaigning for is equality and emancipation for women in the Islamic world, or for the rights of women and girls in Germany, Sweden, Britain, France and elsewhere to remain unmolested by Muslim immigrants and refugees.

Anyway, in the spirit of taking a leaf of of the book of these leftist charlatans, here are some cuckpanies that are supporting this crap.

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Join me in boycotting these organisations – AECOM, Avon, BP, Caterpillar, EBRD, EY, F5, MetLife, Pepsico, Vodafone and Western Union – that will evidently use the proceeds of anything you buy from them to further the goals of this dreadful basket of leftist imbeciles. Most of this will be easy, but I’ll have to somehow learn to live without products from Avon. Pray for me.

In other news, I was trying to make sense of the IWD logo…

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…and it struck me. It’s an ouroboros. The serpent that eats itself.

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Given the distinctly female trait of back-biting and turning on their own, this makes a great deal more sense than anything else on their website.

AJ

PS In case you’ve any interest in lowering yourself to their level, tucking your tackle between your legs and wishing for the men to have their own international day of pathetic self-pity, International Men’s Day is 19th November

Mastermind Stitch-up

I don’t often post about anything so trivial, but really? The Mastermind final?

A woman who got 12 points in the 1st round (mid-table). A man who got 15 points in the 1st round (top scorer).

After the general knowledge, this woman was on 29, while the bloke managed 26.

For 4 of the 6 other finalists, I probably got about 30% of their general knowledge questions. For matey I got >50%. For the “winner”’s questions I got 16/17. So did the OH.

So I surmise that this Mastermind final was a total stitch-up. To get 17 points from 2.5mins of general knowledge in the final is absurd. Short, easy questions for one contestant out of 6.

This woman has won Mastermind on her 4th attempt, having made it to the semi-finals 3 times, so I’m not saying she’s a dummy by any stretch, but really… Not a moral victory. It was a gift, and it stinks to high heaven.

AJ

Aha!

So…

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Oxford University’s plans to launch a summer school for poor white children are to be applauded. Our best university is the latest to recognise that poor white children do worse than any other group in terms of education. They need help, and Oxford wants to provide it.

But for all its good intentions, Oxford can only do so much, because white working class kids are not going to get a look in at the best universities while they flounder at schools.

When I started there, my dad  described Oxford as a university version of John Lewis. In a sense he was right: Oxford remains a very southern, very middle-class institution.  2015’s intake saw a decline in admissions from state schools and over 2,800  applications from London alone. This compares to  just 211 from one of the poorest regions in the UK – the North East.

Here’s the thing then.

Are we just saying that it’s specifically poor white kids who cannot be helped by Oxford, because they flounder at school? Just like, say, black boys also do?

Or, while we’re admitting that affirmative action, special dispensations or otherwise giving poor white kids a leg-up will be of no help whatsoever, can we therefore agree that the same is true of similar initiatives that may exist for ethnic minorities, women, LGBTs, trans-dimensional cephalopods etc?

Yes? Good.

AJ

Fuck your dead baby, Gordon Brown…

Not literally, obvs, but…

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Now, look. If this were an everyman who’d tragically lost his child – someone who was minding his own business and focussed on keeping his head above water – I’d have nothing to say on the matter. If pressed I’d express quiet sympathy.

But not for Gordon Brown. This is a man who wrecked an economy that was in great shape. He taxed Britain half to death, and for the other half he doled out tax credits perpetuating the welfare trap and driving the state into the heart of ever more households. He raided pensions, depriving millions of people who’d spent their lives doing the right thing of the comfortable retirement they were soon to enjoy. He put in place the system of incentives that drove millions to replace their petrol cars with disastrously poisonous diesel vehicles which have contributed to the illness, suffering and death of many thousands of people. He bailed out the banks with our money and gave the City licence to take absurd risks. He oversaw billions of pounds of QE that saw asset prices skyrocket, doing more to increase the gap between the haves and have-nots than anyone before him. He tied the NHS to disastrously expensive PFI finance deals that will still be getting paid off out of diminishing NHS funds long after he’s shuffled off.

And we’re supposed to give a flying fuck about his dead baby, and that 15 years on, his beneficence has enabled a baby to be born, and survive, which will most likely be a burden on the NHS and the welfare state for its entire life?

Sorry but no. Just no. Eat shit and die, Gordon Brown.

AJ

All that is wrong with politicians…

This asshole makes me want to spit……

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Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley has revealed that he killed a man when he was driving at the age of 17.

Mr Bartley, 45, said he was returning home from a concert when a student walked in front of his vehicle in London.

Speaking on talkRADIO, he added that he had apologised to the victim’s family after attending the inquest and that his Christian faith, family and friends had helped him to deal with the incident.

He told the broadcaster: "I was coming back from a gig and a guy came out in front of me and I killed him, and I’ve had to live with that for the rest of my life.

“I grew up with a strong moral code and it felt as though I had been responsible by mistake… I felt so low. I woke up the next morning feeling I didn’t deserve to go on living."

He added: "Cars are lethal weapons, it isn’t just about air pollution they emit."

A Green Party spokesperson said: “This tragic incident is something Jonathan has always been open about.

"An inquest was held at the time and he was found to have done nothing wrong.

"This incident had a profound impact on Jonathan and is one of the reasons he is a passionate campaigner for road safety measures to protect pedestrians and cyclists.”

So, let’s summarise shall we.

Either

a) the man was involved in an unavoidable accident in which a reckless pedestrian placed themselves in the path of his car, such that no-one could have avoided hitting him, and was the pedestrian was killed.

or

b) the man was a shitty driver when he was 17, was tired while driving at night after a gig, and his probable (but unprovable) ineptitude and unarguable inexperience means he was involved in a fatal accident that a competent and alert driver could well have avoided.

Either way he states that he felt guilty.

However, in order to assuage his guilt, he didn’t enter a monastery and dedicate his life to quiet contemplation and devotion to his God. No, he entered politics in order to project his failings onto the rest of society, and use his position to advocate for draconian restrictions on people’s freedom of choice and movement.

There are millions of motorists who drive hundreds of thousands of miles each in their lifetimes, without ever killing or injuring anyone. But because this fuck-knuckle can’t get behind the wheel without someone dying, cars are weapons, and we shouldn’t be at liberty to own or use such lethal contraptions.

I bet that this greenie idiot isn’t campaigning for the two things that would really make drivers safer: make the driving test significantly more challenging and make everyone re-take it every 5 years.

And yet… this man is an advocate for cyclists. Like this 19 year old cyclist who collided with a pedestrian that consequently died last year, and this cyclist whose collision with a pedestrian left a person in a critical condition last year. This report suggests that “Cyclists ‘almost as likely’ to injure pedestrians as cars”.

Bicycles are weapons and their use must be severely curtailed and regulated.

Not really… cars and bicycles are just tools. So are politicians, and I know which I’d prefer to see severely curtailed.

AJ

They’re catching on… somewhat…

This on the NHS from Spiked

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Sadly the author’s prescription seems to want to retain the fundamental underpinnings of socialised healthcare, which always implies public health – one of the most perverse incentives of our times, and an open door for socialists, ninnies and self-important nannies to stick their beaks into your life.

Oh well… inch by inch…

AJ

Personal Tax Summary (a.k.a. the “Fuck You Very Much letter”)

Like me, you’ll probably have recently received your Annual Tax Summary 2015-16

The front of this document is depressing and infuriating enough, as it shows in black and white (okay, green and blue) how much of your hard earned was stolen under threat of violence by the government, to be spent in ways that are invariably against your personal interests and against the national interest.

Clearly I’m not going to state here precisely how much income tax and national insurance I paid last year, but it was enough to buy a luxury car, or a deposit on a detached house in the south east of England. For which I can expect not to be thanked, but to be spat at by a spiteful, entitled and envious society as a “greedy rich cunt”.

It’s the reverse of the document, though, that really ought to raise the hackles and resolve any right-thinking individual to investigate how to reduce the amount of tax they pay, by whatever means possible.

This is a breakdown of how my income tax and NICs were spent – I expect we will all get a breakdown indicating exactly the same proportional allocations:

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Firstly, this is clearly only income tax and NICs which nets out at more than 35% of my annual income… I don’t know if there’s a full breakdown across the whole piece including all the other taxes we pay directly or indirectly: VAT, fuel duty, vehicle excide duty, alcohol duty, tobacco tax, insurance premium tax, council tax, stamp duty, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, green taxes, air passenger duty, TV licence etc… If you add those in, I expect the ratio of your income that goes back to the government as tax rises from 35% to more like what… 60%? 70%?

Now, let’s look at some of the categories above.

Welfare – 25% of the tax stolen from your earnings is used to pay for other people who cannot or will not work, or who consider themselves entitled to breed without having to own the financial and social consequences of their decisions. Notice that this explicitly excludes NHS & state pensions. It’s sometimes asserted that state pensions are the main reason why welfare is such an expensive habit. Clearly this is not the case as they are a separate category.

While there are always some cases where people genuinely cannot work, there are quite clearly a significant number who could work but won’t . There are also those who should be able to work but cannot because of barriers created by the state – people who are failed by the NHS and cannot work while they’re waiting 2 years for e.g. a hip or knee operation. Young people who have been failed by the education system, and by generationally welfare dependant families, who may wish to win their independence but, being low skilled, are locked out of the labour market by the minimum & living wages, finding the black economy to be the only place they can prosper.

This, in one paragraph. illustrates my conviction that what we spend on education, the NHS and welfare actually contribute to the inflation of the welfare budget. All because of how the money is used; how the machinery that allocates and spends the money, and delivers the “services”  is riddled with intellectually bankrupt self-serving leftist philosophies of the state, education, society and economics.

There are all manner of “civilised” ways to tackle these problems. People like Iain Duncan Smith have been trying to do so since 2010. But they get no thanks even when their plans are as moderate and ineffectual as can be imagined. They win vitriolic opprobrium by the entitled classes and the leftist elitists who virtuously enlist the underclass as their free-range pets.

So what’s the point? If we grudgingly accept that a welfare state should exist at all, we need to seriously curtail it. The overarching principle has to be that you cannot get out more than you have put in. Beyond that, your safety net is the workhouse, and your children’s organs on eBay.

Health – the NHS is an international disgrace. It needs to be burned to the ground. Socialised medicine is a cancer and should be replaced with a much more individual system. It provides a moral hazard regarding personal responsibility. It is inefficient, dehumanising, callous and deadly all while expecting thanks and veneration. Sorry, but no. On top of the thousands I contributed to the NHS, for the sake of my own health and dignity spent IRO £5k on insurances for healthcare, dental, and against serious injury and illness that may prevent me working.

State pensions – here I’ve less of a problem, but I do still have a problem. While I get that the state pension system is a Ponzi scheme, those who have paid in all their lives are perfectly entitled to get the pensions they were promised. However, I know from my own elderly relatives that those who have paid in all their lives, and saved from their modest incomes have ended up less well off than those who spent years on benefits and retired without a penny to their names. Again here, I allocated a significant proportion of my earned income to a private pension, which thanks to more than a decade of short-sighted economic incompetence by government and reserve banks, will not grow into anything like the retirement fund it ought to.

Education – we have seen the state education system drowning in a toxic cocktail of leftist ideology, grade inflation, feminisation, multiculturalism, lack of discipline and disastrously low expectations. I don’t have children, but if I did, it’s almost inevitable that I’d be making the necessary sacrifices to have them privately educated.

National debt interest – the cost of feeding and watering the magic money tree. The national debt will never shrink. It can only be inflated away in a manner that will decimate your savings, assets and earnings.

Defence – more than 5% of my income taxes spent on what? Ill advised military adventures that force millions of people in the middle east and north Africa to abandon their homelands and seek sanctuary in gullible, beneficent Europe. And amongst those incomers hide swivel-eyed jihadists that jeopardise our security at home. Great. Perhaps if we just controlled and defended our borders properly instead?

Once we get past public order and safety (corrupt police, intrusive surveillance and nannying), we really just have a mixed bag of shit that the government should not be involved with at all. Taken along with getting the state out of the big areas that it’s clearly catastrophically bad at – health and education – the public sector and government budget could be cut in half overnight, and while it may come as a shock to people, in the medium to long term, the benefits would be phenomenal.

One final note… as you will see when you receive your own personal “FUCK YOU” from HMRC, they don’t actually give percentages, they give actual numbers of pounds spent in each area from your taxed income. I’ve converted them into percentages. But I noticed that, while they state that the numbers are rounded to the nearest pound, and there are 15 categories listed, the total of the £ spent in the 15 categories comes up £47 short of the total they put at the bottom of the breakdown.

You have to wonder, really, don’t you?

AJ

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