510 thoughts on “The Art of Pigsticking

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  • Peter Beswick

    Excellant example of social engineering Ba’al where government tampering dilutes the goys itellectual resistance. Eliminating rickets, on the surface, was embraced by the goys as a good thing. In reality it took away a character building element of growing up that has now been lost for ever.

  • Sixer

    Ba’al, Fred and others.

    According to Wikipedia: “In India, multiple combinations of generic pyrimethanine are available for a price ranging from U.S. $0.05–$0.10 each (3–7 rupees).”

  • Mary

    I have been away attending a family funeral.

    Returning to read through the repulsive comment on this thread from the trolls, joined in their adolescent smut by some of the regulars who should know better, was depressing. A political blog of high repute is brought down to a base level. That was the plan presumably.

    Meanwhile, while these diversions are taking place here, Your/Our NHS is being dismantled by the day.

    A once fine hospital is being put in ‘special measures’ and 4,500 newly trained doctors plan to emigrate to Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

    Addenbrooke’s and Rosie hospitals’ patients ‘put at risk’
    22 September
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-34317265

    NHS warned of exodus of young doctors as registrations to work abroad soar
    Government told huge rise in applications for GMC status certificates is down to imposition of controversial new contracts for NHS junior doctors
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/sep/22/junior-doctors-resist-contract-that-could-cut-pay-by-applying-to-work-outside-uk

    And in Israel, a young Palestinian woman is shot 10 times and killed at close range by a member of the IDF.

    IDF shoots 18 year old Palestinian woman 10 times, lets her die in street
    Posted by The Editors on September 23, 2015, 11:52 am
    http://members5.boardhost.com/medialens/thread/1443005557.html

  • Winkletoe

    Glad to hear you say that Mary, in particular castigating those among the normally balanced who ought to know better. Tbh, I thought you were perhaps boycotting the discussion. (Sorry to hear about the funeral.)

    The thing that amazes me about this is the total lack of awareness of the self-degradation that we reap from the way we treat and view animals. That famous maxim of Gandhi’s is never more apt than today, in a world of truly staggering enslavement of animals and callousness towards them.

  • Sixer

    Mary- 2:26 pm

    Did you see that Gary Lineker retweeted an Electronic Intifada article? And got a furious dressing down in the Jewish Chronicle for doing so?

  • John Spencer-Davis

    MJ
    23/09/2015 2:48PM

    “You can’t blame the rest of us”.

    No? Were we all tied down, and forced to post on here?

    Kind regards,

    John

  • Mark Golding

    Agent C(H)ameron’s loss in the commons vote on Syrian action reflected the will of the British people.

    Building on this determination JC has called for a series of citizens’ assemblies across Britain.

    https://www.liberationnews.org/jeremy-corbyn-calls-formation-citizens-assemblies/

    The need for a Citizens’ Assembly or ‘constitutional convention’ across the UK is reinforced by the success the ‘Claim of Right’ that stated that the will of the Scottish people was sovereign.

    This convention convened in 1989 by Members of the Scottish Constitutional Convention including the Scottish Labour Party, the Scottish Liberal Democrats, the Scottish
    Democratic Left, the Orkney and Shetland Movement, the Scottish Green Party, the Scottish
    Trades Union Congress, Regional, District and Island Councils, and the Campaign for a
    Scottish Parliament. Membership also included the main Scottish Churches, the Federation
    of Small Businesses, ethnic minority representatives and the Scottish Women’s Forum.

    The Convention had a clearly defined remit of making the case for an Assembly or Parliament for Scotland and in this respect was highly successful.

    The need for a British Bill of Rights; reform of House of Lords; reform of the secret services; changing the voting system; votes at 16; reform of party funding and a written constitution for the UK spawns a dream of democratic utopia, of active, thoughtful British/English citizens advanced by the stamina, trustworthiness and ethical principles of our host, Craig Murray.

  • lysias

    Any British constitutional conventions ought to imitate the recent Irish Constitutional Convention and choose its members by lot from the whole body of citizens, the way ancient Athens chose legislators and officials.

  • nevermind

    “The need for a British Bill of Rights; reform of House of Lords; reform of the secret services; changing the voting system; votes at 16; reform of party funding and a written constitution for the UK spawns a dream of democratic utopia, of active, thoughtful British/English citizens advanced by the stamina, trustworthiness and ethical principles of our host, Craig Murray.”

    Mark G. not a bad list for starters. Is the devolution of powers part of it? who needs a large central Government when we would/could get along with the lowest common denominator making local decisions for local people. Subsidiarity in action.

    Thanks for that Mary, the death of an 18 year old young woman in Palestine, shot at close range from about 1 m away is horrendous, ten shots from close range, what a bunch of decrepit human bastards.

    Today FB had to admit that it has been sharing communications and information that is available on FB, meaning all of it. So someone thought we cheer these NSA stooges up a bit and turn FB into a music channel, promoting u-tube songs to lighten up their tedious world views a little. Its working, the last time I was on FB this afternoon, my travails were rather slow, they don’t like anyone taking action on there it seems.

    Please do join in, share music and turn FB into Utube Mk2…

  • Ba'al Zevul

    Eliminating rickets, on the surface, was embraced by the goys as a good thing. In reality it took away a character building element of growing up that has now been lost for ever.

    It has to be said, and there’s no kind way of saying it, that that’s absolute bollocks.

  • Ba'al Zevul

    Mary: Craig set the tone with his own post.

    I second that. And what fun it was. Granted, we could have leaned a bit more heavily on the non-dom aspect, and other indications from the Mail extracts that Cameron was not the tastiest trotter in the prime ministerial charcuterie, as well as the probable intention of Ashcroft to get his sneck into the elite* by buying his way in, but in terms of annoying the antiCorbynite claque, it was productive.

    * Norwich School, Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, and Mid-Essex Technical College (now Anglia Ruskin University) for an HND…not a hope, mate. Could have told you that.

    Oink! Oink!

  • Anon1

    “IDF shoots 18 year old Palestinian woman 10 times, lets her die in street.”

    That’s RT’s version of events. Another says that a black-clad woman stabbed an IDF soldier and was shot in the leg. Treatment was denied because it was feared she may have been concealing a bomb (just hours earlier a terrorist blew himself up nearby, leading to heightened tensions in the area).

  • Republicofscotland

    “There’s not much right wing propaganda you don’t believe, ROS, is there!”
    _______________

    How so Bevin, please expand thanks

  • glenn

    There’s not much right wing propaganda you don’t believe, ROS, is there!

    Also not much in the way of crazed conspiracy theories, from the likes of that raving lunatic Spivey, that RoS doesn’t believe for that matter.

    Douglas Adams recognised the need for a RoS providing us with this particular service:

    http://theelectricmonk.com/ElectricMonk.html

  • Ben-Hemp Rules

    In the mid-seventies HST spent hours placing a pig’s head in the crapper and poorly applying lipstick to the pork for the homecoming of a friend. Little did he know he was presaging political posturing.

  • Republicofscotland

    A bit of a flawed plan.

    A “ginger extremist” who fantasised about shooting Prince Charles so Harry could be king has been found guilty of plotting a terror attack “for the Aryan people”.

    Mark Colborne, 37, likened himself to Norwegian far-right terrorist Anders Breivik and made notes in his diary of his plan to assassinate the royal heir with a high powered sniper rifle.

    He bought the ingredients for deadly poison cyanide over the internet, and stockpiled dust masks, metal filter funnels, plastic syringes and latex gloves, jurors were told.

    http://www.halsteadgazette.co.uk/news/national/13776053._Ginger_extremist__guilty_of_terror_plot_to_put_Prince_Harry_on_throne/

  • lysias

    As has already been pointed out on this thread, the use of the phrase “conspiracy theory” to disparage undesired opinions was originated by the CIA in the 1960’s in a memo instructing recipients how to go about discrediting theories about the JFK assassination that differed from the account of the Warren Commission. The CIA memo, CIA Document 1035-960,
    Concerning Criticism of the Warren Report (1967), is publicly available. http://www.jfklancer.com/CIA.html

  • John Spencer-Davis

    It was 1983, it took Thompson three minutes – he says so – and I told the forum about it two days ago. Why don’t you sober up, wake up, and start reading what has been contributed already.

    John

  • Republicofscotland

    “That’s RT’s version of events. Another says that a black-clad woman stabbed an IDF soldier and was shot in the leg. Treatment was denied because it was feared she may have been concealing a bomb (just hours earlier a terrorist blew himself up nearby, leading to heightened tensions in the area).”
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    Most of the mainstream press back the stabbing story (no surprise there) except RT, who are as reliable as the mainstream Jewish press, this article however was produced by China, I’ve no idea if they’re pro or anti Israel.

    Here’s a snippet.

    The photos of the girl clearly showed that the life of the soldier, who shot her only because she stood in front of him, wasn’t in danger,” said the PNA statement, adding that “this shows the Israeli official story that she tried to stab the soldier was untrue.

    http://www.globalpost.com/article/6654709/2015/09/22/pna-calls-intl-investigation-killing-palestinian-girl-hebron

  • Republicofscotland

    Don’t make me laugh, there’s nothing like a bit of PR, to fool the public, into thinking you’re alright.

    Dressed in jeans and workmens’ helmets, Princes William and Harry showed off their DIY skills today, helping to turn a derelict street into homes for ex-service personnel.

    Fifth in line to the throne Harry, 31, still sporting his much-admired beard and wearing grey hoodie and t-shirt, rolled up his sleeves as he helped to lay a patio, while his elder brother, more formerly dressed in a jumper and shirt, helped to paint a wall.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3246072/Yes-Princes-William-Harry-don-workmen-s-helmets-NAMES-help-transform-derelict-street-homes-ex-servicemen.html

  • Anon1

    “As has already been pointed out on this thread, the use of the phrase “conspiracy theory” to disparage undesired opinions was originated by the CIA in the 1960’s” etc

    So there’s even a conspiracy theory about the origins of the phrase “conspiracy theory”.

  • lysias

    Of course, there’s nothing about conspiracy theories that in itself shows that they are false. Some, like this one, happen to be true.

    Even if the CIA would have you believe otherwise.

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