By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to

The Great Toilet Paper Mystery Brian Simpson

     The interesting basically Left site, The Conversation, has an article on the toilet paper buy up phenomenon, gripping the world. The nutshell is that toilet paper has disappeared from the supermarket shelves, but not tissues, or paper towels, all good to wipe your butt in a pinch, so to speak. Why? Here are their experts on this:

“Niki Edwards, School of Public Health and Social Work, Queensland University of Technology: Toilet paper symbolises control. We use it to “tidy up” and “clean up”. It deals with a bodily function that is somewhat taboo.
When people hear about the coronavirus, they are afraid of losing control. And toilet paper feels like a way to maintain control over hygiene and cleanliness. People don’t seem interested in substitutes. Supermarket shelves are still full of other paper towels and tissues. The media has a lot to answer for in regards to messages around this virus and messages to the public. While honesty about threats is critical, building hysteria and promoting inappropriate behaviours is far from ideal.

Continue reading

Electric Immortality By Brian Simpson

     The super-rich are truly mad and bad, and the really sad news is that they are seeking immortality, to oppress us for eternity:

“The super-rich will soon be able to "live forever" thanks to sophisticated scientific breakthroughs effectively bringing about the end of death, experts believe. Speaking to Daily Star Online, futurologist and former Labour MP Dr Ian Pearson said that the next few decades will see the blurring of lines between humans and machines. He argued that such technology is already here to some degree, with retina implants and microchips, but the coming years will see that technology take a massive leap forwards. "Think of it as like adding an extension to the brain, similar to adding a conservatory to a house," he said. Dr Pearson believes that by the 2050s, we will have achieved what he calls "electronic immortality". This will enable those with the means to afford it the ability to extend their minds into something resembling The Cloud. Such a development could open up remarkable opportunities, including, Dr Pearson says, "telepathic communication". Describing what this could look like, he explained: "Microscopic implants measuring just millimetres across could be inserted, linking up to our brains." This would also see humans able to communicate across the world, by transmitting our brains via something like The Cloud to another vessel, such as a cloned human body, on the other side of the world.”

Continue reading

Weird Tic Tacs in the Sky By Brian Simpson

     At the end of a long day, one of the subtle pleasures is UFOs, which I derive a devilish delight from researching. Really, I don’t care too much if it is true or not, but it gets up the nose of mainstream scientists, so that just has to be good.

“In the 15 years since Chad Underwood recorded a bizarre and erratic UFO — now called “the Tic Tac,” a name Underwood himself came up with — from the infrared camera on the left wing of his F/A-18 Super Hornet, he’s become a flight instructor, a civilian employee in the aerospace industry, and a father. But he has not yet spoken publicly about what he saw that day, even now, two years after his video made the front page of the New York Times. As he explained before speaking with Intelligencer, Underwood has mostly wanted to avoid having his name “attached to the ‘little green men’ crazies that are out there.” The story of the Tic Tac begins around November 10, 2004, when radar operator Kevin Day first reported seeing odd and slow-moving objects flying in groups of five to ten off of San Clemente Island, west of the San Diego coast. At an elevation of 28,000 feet, moving at a speed of approximately 120 knots (about 138 miles per hour), the clusters were too high to be birds, too slow to be conventional aircraft, and were not traveling on any established flight path, at least according to Day. In a military report made public by KLAS-TV in Las Vegas, Day would later observe that the objects “exhibited ballistic-missile characteristics” as they zoomed from 60,000 feet to 50 feet above the Pacific Ocean, alarmingly without producing sonic booms. All told, radar operators with the Princeton spent about two weeks attempting to figure out what the objects were, a process that included having the ship’s radar system shut down and recalibrated to make sure that the mysterious radar returns were not not false positives, or “ghost tracks.”

Continue reading

Black Lives Matter … But, Oh Sweet Irony! By Charles Taylor

     This is a great one, and you need to see the video to fully appreciate it.

“Well this isn’t going to play well in liberal la-la land. On Monday morning, a group of Black Lives Matter protesters showed up in the pre-dawn hours at the home of Los Angeles County’s district attorney Jackie Lacey, reportedly for some type of demonstration. What they were met with was Lacey’s husband pointing a gun at them when he answered the door. Protesters showed up at 5:40 a.m. and rang the front doorbell. Lacey’s husband, David opened the door and that was when he pointed the gun at the group, according to Melina Abdullah, a professor of Pan-African studies at Cal State Los Angeles, and protest organizer Justin Marks. In a video of the encounter, Abdullah rang the bell, and Lacy opened the door. “Good morning!” Abdullah could be seen saying on the video. “Get off my porch!” said the man who answered the door, later identified as David Lacey. “Are you going to shoot me?” Abdullah asked. “I will shoot you! Get off my porch!” Lacey said in an angry tone. “We’re calling the police right now!”

Continue reading

The Great Coronavirus Toilet Paper Stampede! By Brian Simpson

     Both myself and our resident survivalist, John Steele have been giving readers gentle warnings about the need to quietly stock up on supplies before they all walk out the door, or rather before fear produces panic buying, over the coronavirus. Note, it does not matter much whether this is a real threat, or merely a product of fear, the results are the same: rapid depletion of resources:

“A stampede broke out in a Sydney Woolworths after a flurry of desperate shoppers emptied the shelves of toilet paper in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. The store in Revesby, in Sydney's south west, was full of anxious shoppers who were filmed piling packets of toilet paper into their trolleys. Dramatic footage showed customers reaching over each other, carrying two 12-packs at a time before racing back for more. Woolworths was forced to introduce a four-packet limit per customer on Wednesday after customers started stockpiling bulk amounts of toilet paper. One Aldi store even enforced a radical one-packet per person toilet paper limit after shoppers stormed its aisles in a panic. Management from the Aldi store in Epping, in Sydney's north-west, put up a sign reading: 'Only 1 toilet paper per sale.' 'Any customers coming in again that is recognised to have already purchased within 24 hours will be refused as everyone deserves some toilet paper not just a few.' Woolworths said their four-packet limit would apply in-store and online. 'It will help shore up stock levels as suppliers ramp up local production and deliveries in response to higher than usual demand,' the supermarket chain said in a statement. 'Our teams are continuing to work hard on restocking stores with long-life food and groceries from our distribution centres.' Coles are yet to announce any limitations on their toilet paper. On other occasions, people have jokingly been selling toilet paper online for as much as $24,000 - as seen on Facebook Marketplace. Others were selling toilet paper for around $1,000 and $699.”

Continue reading

Intuitive Eating? By Mrs Vera West

     Here is the latest crazy nutrition idea, if it can be called that, advise from the feminists,exercise no control, eat what you like. It must be because everything is a social construction, or they just want to feel good, regardless of health, which is a social construction too:

“In an era of superfoods, carb restriction and endless finger-wagging over dairy, sugar and meat, ditching the forbidden list and instead embracing it all — mashed potatoes, biscuits, pasta, bread, whatever you fancy — feels positively sacrilegious. And mildly terrifying. But that’s the basis of Intuitive Eating, the craze hailed for its body-positive message, currently sweeping the smartest kitchens and most fashionable Instagram accounts from California to Chelsea. Described last month by U.S. Vogue as ‘a countermovement to the restrictive diets, fasting trends and other dubious self-improvement strategies so many of us are committed to’, Intuitive Eating has exploded in popularity over the past 12 months. London even has its own Centre for Intuitive Eating to train nutritionists and clients. In an era of superfoods, carb restriction and endless finger-wagging over dairy, sugar and meat, ditching the forbidden list and instead embracing it all — mashed potatoes, biscuits, pasta, bread, whatever you fancy — feels positively sacrilegious. And mildly terrifying. But that’s the basis of Intuitive Eating, the craze hailed for its body-positive message, currently sweeping the smartest kitchens and most fashionable Instagram accounts from California to Chelsea. Described last month by U.S. Vogue as ‘a countermovement to the restrictive diets, fasting trends and other dubious self-improvement strategies so many of us are committed to’, Intuitive Eating has exploded in popularity over the past 12 months. London even has its own Centre for Intuitive Eating to train nutritionists and clients. One of the greatest pleasures in life is to feel satisfied after eating something wonderful. If you’re constantly worried about your health or your body, you just can’t experience that.’ A former teacher, Elyse struggled with endless dieting and binge-eating in her 20s and 30s — ‘it was probably a fully-fledged eating disorder’ — before retraining as a nutritionist and learning to love food.”

Continue reading

US Whites, Going Their Own Way By Chris Knight

     With Asian Americans supporting the Democrats, along with gun banning, the American Renaissance/vDare groups have some fundamental rethinking on their hands. But, on second thoughts, maybe they are ahead of the curve, catching up to us, since recently they had a good article about the Great Divorce, secession, the breakup of nations:

“What if all the conservatives, white advocates, immigration patriots, and Christian gun owners simply moved out? Imaginably, it’d be a lot easier for Leftists to build their gun-free, refugee-rich Shangri-La. Why aren’t they encouraging our exodus? Likely because the mere idea of any society that openly rejects their values is intolerable to them. Sure, the Pledge of Allegiance still speaks of “one nation under God, indivisible,” but that simply isn’t a reality in America 2020. Maybe the US is too big. With some 330 million people, no one can say there is a “national family.” Increasingly, there just seem to be mortal enemies. The Right and Left—admittedly, more so after the election of Donald Trump—now regard each other, not just as political competitors, but existential threats to American society and to each other. And all this invariably leads to talk of secession. Secession. Disaggregation. Self-Determination. Balkanization. All words describing a peoples’ will to determine their own destiny in the political order. From Spain to Brexit, and Canada to Calexit, the twin rise of globalization and mass migration—which has caused fractures in areas like ethnicity, religion, race, language, and culture within specific geographies-- is breathing new life into the secessionist epidemic sweeping the globe. With over 300 entries on the topic at, our writers have documented some compelling facts and analyses favoring secession, albeit to differing degrees, over the last two decades.”

Continue reading

Free to Smash Skulls, with an IQ of 49 By Charles Taylor

     This happened in the US, not in the UK as one would have expected. In a nutshell, a person of a certain type, smashes a woman with a steel pole, but is not prosecuted because he has an IQ of only 49!

“A St. Louis woman feels like the judicial system failed her, after she said her teenage neighbor attacked her and walked away free. Alicia Clarke said exactly a week ago she went for a quick run outside her south city home. When she came back, she noticed her shoes had been moved to a different spot and her cell phone was gone. From there, she used Find My iPhone to search for it. The location said it was on her property grid. She used her work phone to call it. "I open my back door to call it and I hear it in my neighbor's backyard behind me," Clarke said. Clarke said she hopped the fence to get it and jumped back over to her yard. Another neighbor yelled out to her and said, "Hey, I told him, 'I know you did this and I’m calling the police!'" Clarke said that's when the 6-foot teen jumped the fence and tackled her. "He knocked me down, pulling my hair, kicking," she recalled. Before he ran off, she said he grabbed her personal cell phone again. She used her work phone to call police. "I am on the phone with St. Louis police dispatch, making my way to my backdoor, when he comes back with a weapon. He is on top of me. There was blood everywhere. I was literally fighting for my life at that point," she told 5 On Your Side. Clarke said as he was on her back, he stabbed her in the head and face with a metal rod. She was able to get the weapon out of his hand and ran inside. He ran away again, taking her second cell phone this time. Police arrested the teen on charges of first-degree robbery, second-degree burglary and third-degree assault. Clarke thought the fight was over. But when she went to juvenile court a few days later, she learned his case was dismissed. "The most hurtful thing of all of this, is the dropped charges. That was much more hurtful than the physical assault," Clarke said. A juvenile court official said a staff attorney dropped the case before even going to the judge. The courts weren't able to comment specifically on this incident, since it involves a juvenile. Clarke said she was told her accused attacker was found incompetent to aid in his own defense because he has an IQ of 49.”

Continue reading

Kafka and Assange By Paul Walker

     We all know how this will end: Assange is going to be killed one way or another, probably to be found dead in his cell. Hell, what about Epstein, with so much evidence pointing to a murder, but today there is not even a mention of his name in the press? The same silent treatment awaits Assange. Why, he cannot even hear his own trial, that is how the system is treating him:

“It’s common in British courtrooms to have something called a “dock”, a place where defendants sit separately from court proceedings. Not all UK courtrooms have docks, and not all docks are the “secure” glass cabinet type which Assange is kept in; they can also be open wooden enclosures. Because Assange is being kept without explanation in a maximum security prison normally reserved the most dangerous violent offenders and terrorism convicts, his trial is taking place in a cage that is very much the “secure” type (so much so that he’s been complaining that he can’t hear the proceedings in his own trial through the bulletproof glass), and there is an expectation that he remain there. The magistrate has ruled that this nonviolent offender shall be kept in his sound-resistant enclosure throughout the duration of his trial, bizarrely asserting that Assange poses a danger to the public. Former UK ambassador and longtime Assange supporter Craig Murray was at court all four days of the trial, and he described the situation as follows (Edward Fitzgerald is Assange’s defense attorney, Vanessa Baraitser is the magistrate) On return, Edward Fitzgerald made a formal application for Julian to be allowed to sit beside his lawyers in the court. Julian was “a gentle, intellectual man” and not a terrorist. Baraitser replied that releasing Assange from the dock into the body of the court would mean he was released from custody. To achieve that would require an application for bail.

Continue reading

Created By, You Know, the “Thing” By Chris Knight

     There is a good chance that Joe Biden may get the Democrats presidential nomination, and then through the magic of a corrupt electoral system, that Trump has done absolutely nothing about, Biden becomes el presidente. The elites do not want to make the same mistake with Donald Trump again, so Biden becomes president by default, a man who is incoherent most of the time. But, he would be easy to control since he sometimes mistakes his wife for his sister. Really, he does not know what is going on. Consider:

“Former Vice President Joe Biden told a group of voters Monday that all men and women are created by “the thing.” It’s one of Biden’s many gaffes as he speaks to voters on the campaign trail ahead of super Tuesday. In the video posted to Twitter, Biden says, “We hold these truths to be self-evident. All men and women created by the, you know, you know, the thing.”

Continue reading

Stocking Up for Coronavirus: Good Times Keep A Coming! By John Steele

     Crises like the present coronavirus one are really times for outsider types like me to shine. Conventional society presents little for people like me, but somehow the bleakness of the bio-apocalypse does not seem so bad. Could the popularity of this genre of film be due to the prevalence of men like me, who are alienated from the mainstream, men against time? Anyway, here is an article from a mainstream media source giving a shopping list for the pandemic, just in case anyone finds my work way too manic:

“Australians need to start stocking up on food and supplies before the spread of the deadly coronavirus becomes a global pandemic and stocks of required goods start to run low, a survival expert has warned. While the vast majority of the 80,000 infections have been within China, 37 people have died in South Korea, Italy and Iran as the new hot spots emerged in the past week for COVID-19. One of Australia's leading survivalists said the nation's shoppers should start bulking up their weekly shop before the virus' spread leads to food supply shortages. 'We should always be prepared for food shortages - not just from coronavirus but civil incidences, extreme weather and power outages which will cut us off from supply,' Western Australian survival instructor Bob Cooper told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday. Stockpiling by panicked shoppers has already seen shelves emptied in Italian towns at the centre of the country's outbreak in the northern Veneto and Lombardy regions. Mr Cooper said it was too early for such panic here but said Australians should start thinking about whether their food cupboards can sustain them if the supply chain is broken. 'You need to think about things that have a long shelf life: dried fruit, dried foods, cereals, pasta will also last a long time,' he said. 'Packets of flour will also allow to make your own bread.'

Continue reading

Climate Queen Great Goes Full Throttle Marxist! By James Reed

     Angry-faced Greta, believes that we need to dismantle Western civilisation to “save the world,” as if the world cares. No, it is not about the climate, but, surprise, surprise, social justice, anti-racism, you know the song sung by the leftist elite every day to impressionable young, or whoever is open to their viruses of the mind:

“In her latest public statement, she says that the ‘climate crisis is not just about the environment’: It is a crisis of human rights, of justice, and of political will. Colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fuelled it. We need to dismantle them all.

Continue reading

Bill Gates on Coronavirus and Pandemics By Brian Simpson

     Bill Gates has an article in the world’s leading medical journal, The New England Journal of Medicine. Amazing for someone with no medical qualification, but fame and money, I guess, but on second thoughts, it is not so amazing, given fame and fortune. Anyway, Gates is worried about the coronavirus, and since our side of politics has him as a key player in the Grand Conspiracy, it is worthwhile reading what he thinks.

“In the past week, Covid-19 has started behaving a lot like the once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about. I hope it’s not that bad, but we should assume it will be until we know otherwise. There are two reasons that Covid-19 is such a threat. First, it can kill healthy adults in addition to elderly people with existing health problems. The data so far suggest that the virus has a case fatality risk around 1%; this rate would make it many times more severe than typical seasonal influenza, putting it somewhere between the 1957 influenza pandemic (0.6%) and the 1918 influenza pandemic (2%). Second, Covid-19 is transmitted quite efficiently. The average infected person spreads the disease to two or three others — an exponential rate of increase. There is also strong evidence that it can be transmitted by people who are just mildly ill or even presymptomatic. That means Covid-19 will be much harder to contain than the Middle East respiratory syndrome or severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), which were spread much less efficiently and only by symptomatic people. In fact, Covid-19 has already caused 10 times as many cases as SARS in a quarter of the time.

Continue reading

Gun Rights and the Great Replacement By John Steele

     This is rather interesting, showing that the claim that immigration leaves one’s culture intact is myth. Change the people, and there are fundamental changes. Take gun rights for example, which is really a white thing, and that is why the Left fights so hard to destroy such rights, because the Left’s reason for existence is to destroy the white race, especially themselves, so long as this is not done too quick, and they can enjoy the comforts of treason, while they last:

“So Virginia gun owners just dodged a legislative bullet in the form of a proposed ban on so-called assault weapons. But a demographic bullet is still aimed right where it can do the most damage: the ballot box. The Great Replacement that Leftists celebrate—even as they call it a racist conspiracy theory—is the primary reason gun rights are in the crosshairs in Virginia and throughout the country. Immigration has consequences, meaning foreign-origin voters, and if the GOP doesn’t figure that out soon, gun rights will go the way of Confederate statues, along with other American rights currently undreamt of. Consider the most recent near miss: Four moderate Democrats sided with Republicans in Virginia’s Senate to block a ban on semi-automatic sporting rifles such as the AR-15. Magazines of more than 12 rounds were targeted, too. This provoked some eloquent opposition. “The people of Virginia are demanding that someone, anybody that is in power, please stand up and defend the Second Amendment,” said Sen. Amanda Chase, a gun-rights champion and GOP gubernatorial candidate. “If I am going to continue to do the law-abiding work of the people I am going to have to arm myself, so I went through all the training, got the licensing and all that and I will just tell you—I won’t miss” [‘We don't need weapons of war’: Va. Gov. Northam reacts to failed assault weapons ban, by Tim Barber,, February 18, 2020]. Senator Chase was right: Real Virginians are indeed demanding that someone defend their rights, as the massive gun-rights rally on January 20 surely showed. But the last election results showed something else: Non-white Third World immigrants in Richmond and Northern Virginia who put the Democrats in power last election are doing their best to take those rights away.

Continue reading

The Carbon Capture Con By Viv Forbes

     Carbon-capture-and-storage “(CCS)” tops the list of silly schemes “to reduce man-made global warming”. The idea is to capture carbon dioxide from power stations and cement plants, separate it, compress it, pump it long distances and force it underground, hoping it will never escape. Smart engineers with unlimited money could do all this. But only green zealots would support the sacrifice of billions of dollars and scads of energy to bury this harmless, invisible, life-supporting gas in the hope of appeasing the global warming gods. The quantities of gases that CCS would need to handle are enormous and capital and operating costs will be horrendous. For every tonne of coal burnt in a power station, about 11 tonnes of gases are exhausted – 7.5 tonnes of nitrogen from the air used to burn the coal, plus 2.5 tonnes of CO2 and one tonne of water vapour from the coal combustion process. Normally these beneficial atmospheric gases are released to the atmosphere after filters take out any nasties like soot and noxious fumes. However, CCS also requires energy to produce and fabricate steel and erect gas storages, pumps and pipelines and to drill disposal wells. This will chew up more coal resources and produce yet more carbon dioxide, for zero benefit. But the real problems are at the burial site – how to create secure space for the CO2 gas.

     There is no vacuum occurring naturally anywhere on earth – every bit of space is occupied by solids, liquids or gases. Underground disposal of CO2 requires it to be pumped AGAINST the pressure of whatever fills the pore space of the rock formation now – either natural gases or liquids. These pressures can be substantial, especially after more gas is pumped in. The natural gases in rock formations are commonly air, CO2, CH4 (methane) or rarely, H2S (rotten egg gas). The liquids are commonly salty water, sometimes fresh water or very rarely, liquid hydrocarbons. Pumping out air is costly; pumping natural CO2 out to make room for man-made CO2 is pointless; and releasing rotten egg gas or salty water on the surface would create a real problem, unlike the imaginary threat from CO2. In some cases CCS may require the removal of fresh water to make space for CO2. Producing fresh water on the surface would be seen as a boon by most locals. Naturally, some carbon dioxide buried under pressure will dissolve in groundwater and aerate it, so that the next water driller in the area could get a real bonus – bubbling Perrier Water on tap, worth more than oil.

Continue reading

The Invasion of Greece By Richard Miller

     Wow, just wow, it is all happening in Greece, Camp of the Saints style, as thousands of refugees charge the border, and Turkey, in what should be seen as an act of war, opens the floodgates:

“True to Erdogan's prior threat that Europe would see 18,000 to as many as 30,000 refugees pour across European Union borders on Saturday after Turkey 'opened the gates,' it's being reported that the number of migrants at Evros — a key land border between Turkey and Greece —  has now reached 15,000. Throughout Saturday the area became a war zone as thousands of refugees, urged on by Turkish authorities, attempted to cross into Greece en masse. In places like the now completely closed Kastanies crossing (sealed by the Greek side as Turkish guards stood down and let migrants pass freely), thousands are stuck in 'no man's land' between the borders, with the situation fast descending into chaos.

Continue reading

The Harms of Female Dominated Medicine By Mrs Vera West

     It is one thing for women to dominate academia, which doesn’t count for much in the scheme of things:

     But another to dominate medicine. What is the long-term consequence of this? Here is an article that dares, Vdares, to ask that question:

Continue reading

The Globo Mad UN is at it Again By James Reed

     Remember all of those UN peacekeeping missions in places in Africa, which led to disaster? You would have thought that they had learnt to keep their heads down and just keep talking, but no, the UN is at it again, pursuing unspeakable evil, at least from my point of view.

“The United Nations wants to hand power to dictatorial regimes like China to control the Internet, prompting fears of a massive new free speech purge. The General Assembly has approved a resolution sponsored by China and Russia to set up a committee of “international experts” whose role would be to stop “the use of information and communications technologies for criminal purposes.” However, many caution that the move is merely a back door for authoritarian regimes to further censor dissent. “The United States, European powers and rights groups fear that the language is code for legitimizing crackdowns on expression, with numerous countries defining criticism of the government as “criminal,” reports AFP. Human Rights Watch said the list of sponsors for the resolution is “a rogue’s gallery of some of the earth’s most repressive governments” and “gives countries legal cover for internet blackouts and censorship, while creating the potential for criminalizing free speech.” Governments like China already censor and turn off the Internet during times of civil unrest while doling out ‘social credit score’ punishments for those who criticize the state. The Communist country is also rolling out a plan to force its citizens to pass a facial recognition test to use the Internet. Criticized the authorities? No Internet for you.”

Continue reading

A Weight Challenged White Person Afraid of White People! By Chris Knight

     I think this sort of paradox is called a pragmatic inconsistency, where a white person says to be afraid of white people, or distrust them. Thus, one should be afraid and distrusting of the person saying that, which seems to undermine what is said:

“Film maker Michael Moore told Rolling Stone “white people are not good people” and that “you should be afraid of white people.” During an interview on the ‘Useful Idiot’ podcast, Moore said that people should cross the street if they see three white men approaching them because at least two voted for Trump. “Two-thirds of all white guys voted for Trump. That means anytime you see three white guys walking at you, down the street toward you, two of them voted for Trump. You need to move over to the other sidewalk because these are not good people that are walking toward you. You should be afraid of them,” Moore warned. “I refuse to participate in post-racial America,” he added. “I refuse to say because we elected Obama that suddenly that means everything is okay, white people have changed. White people have not changed.” Perhaps Moore might want to check FBI homicide statistics and then revisit his statement. This is by no means the first time that the rotund film maker has collectively demonized an entire group of people based on their skin color. Last year, he called on “angry white American guys” to “give it up” because they are demographically doomed. Back in January 2018, he asserted that America needed to be “cleansed” of its white privilege. He also previously celebrated the fact that that white men are “dying out” because America “will be a better country.”

Continue reading

The World’s Gayest Parliament! By Richard Miller

     This is one area where the UK clearly beats Australia, having the gayest parliament the world!

“After last week’s general election, the United Kingdom now has the “gayest parliament in the world,” according to U.K. media. A high number of the U.K.’s new and returning members of parliament (MPs) – including members of the governing Conservative party – identify as homosexual or bisexual. An article in The Sunday Times last weekend stressed both the “socially liberal” perspective of many of the U.K.’s new political representatives and the high representation of MPs who identify with homosexuality or bisexuality: Looking at this youthful group gives a fascinating insight into the future of the Tory [Conservative] party. There is not an Old Etonian in sight, and 24 are openly gay or bisexual, the most of any party. Labour has at least 18 — boosting the total to more than 50 LGBT MPs. Westminster is now the “gayest parliament in the world”. This means that MPs identifying as homosexual or bisexual make up almost eight percent of the U.K.’s parliament and almost seven percent of the Conservatives’ 365 elected MPs. Earlier this year the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics released a study which suggested that homosexuals or bisexuals made up just two percent of the U.K.’s population in 2017.

Continue reading