Monthly Archives: January 2019

Brexit madness and British delusions

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Ever since May’s defeat she, her cabinet and the right wing media, have been hinting about possible compromises from Brussels. They’ve suggested that in this stand off the EU will blink first. That the Irish will…

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Brexit, the Frankenstein child disowned by its creators

Originally posted on daryanblog:
The Guardian view of the no lobby after the vote….also the first of the paper’s “spot the fool competitions” I came across a comment somewhere online comparing the UK parliament to a bunch of seven year…

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North sentinel Island – a case study in first contact

Late last year, there was the story about a young missionary who, with Darwin award levels of foolishness, landed on North Sentinel Island, an Island populated by an uncontacted tribe known to shoot dead any intruders. And I’m pretty sure, … Continue reading

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Japan and the whale: A case study in how ideology wrecks ecosystems

Seeing a government pursue bad policies is bad enough, but what is worse is when they do so for no good reason. Just pure ideology and pigheaded unwillingness of politicians to admit they might be wrong. Issues such as gun … Continue reading

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Corbyn the brexiteer unmasked

Originally posted on daryanblog:
So some labour supporters were shocked to learn last week that Saint Jeremy Corbyn, the lord and saviour, was actually a brexiteer, who has no intention of reversing or stopping brexit. Indeed, even if he gets…

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