Friday, 22 March 2019

I second the suggestion that Dominic Frisby's brilliant song should be the UK's next Eurovision Song Contest entry

Yup! Being a Brexit supporter with Theresa May in charge reminds me...

...of being a Manchester United fan when José Mourinho was the coach - just as The Special One evidently didn't have a clue what the club stood for, Mrs. May evidently doesn't have a clue what the Brexit vote was actually about. All that's missing from current Brexit news reports are the sort of sound effects used in British comedy films in the 1950s.  

I'm going to leave you with an extremely entertaining edition of Peter Whittle's new YouTube show, So What You're Saying Is...,  in which he interviews Rod Liddle (who should probably think about laying off the pies for a bit):


You might also enjoy this interview with James Delingpole. I was astonished to learn that Delingpole's classic book, How To Be Right, was first published twelve years ago - seems like yesterday. It's still relevant, and very funny, and required reading in a week that saw the Home Office turn down an asylum application from an Iranian Christian woman because her claim that the Bible was peaceful was - they claimed - false (they quoted The Book of Revelation back at her, for God's sake!), and in which Cambridge University rescinded their offer of a visiting fellowship to Dr Jordan Peterson on the grounds that he might upset some of their precious little snowflakes, who are apparently so fragile that they need to be protected from ideas they don't agree with. Fucking cowards. 

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