Submitted by Alexander on 30 November 2014 - 1:03pm
Communities Minister Penelope ‘Penny’ Mordaunt is widely regarded as our sexiest MP.
True enough, her numerous swimsuit photos show her to be slightly on the heavy side, but generally falling into the ‘I would’ category.
And speaking in relative, rather than absolute terms, she is definitely tastier than Tessa Jowell, Theresa May or even David Davies.
You may think that talking about our legislators in such a flippant and disrespectful manner is demeaning to the Mother of all Parliaments.
Submitted by Alexander on 29 November 2014 - 5:17pm
Out of general respect for the clergy, I don’t like saying nasty things about men of the cloth (women of the cloth are fair game: I don’t recognise their entitlement to that particular fabric).
But in yesterday’s debate in the upper chamber of our Parliament Lord Harries of Pentregarth left me no choice.
Until his motion, I had thought that the kind of remarks he made could only come from a man who is either ignorant, stupid or subversive.
Submitted by Alexander on 28 November 2014 - 2:16pm
Is insulting strangers something you like to do in your spare time? Don’t worry about a thing: insult away, you can do so with impunity.
You can metaphorically describe as female genitalia a man who accidentally bumped into you in the street. You can use the same word to describe a woman metonymically.
Submitted by Alexander on 27 November 2014 - 8:29am
Democracy is about the rule of the people, and Mr Mellor is one of those people.
I can think of no one who typifies our ruling elite better than this former minister in Margaret Thatcher’s government, no one who could preside over our cherished democracy as successfully.
Well, perhaps I could think of a name or two. Quite a few names actually. Or, to be exact, just about any of our rulers – whichever party they represent.
Submitted by Alexander on 26 November 2014 - 1:37pm
American cities are aflame.
Fires raging everywhere. Riots paralysing urban life. Manhattan tunnels and bridges blocked by the mob of ‘protesters’.
Cars ploughing through crowds. Rioters, no doubt made thirsty by the heat of burning rubbish, busting into off-licences.
Tear gas in the air. The state of emergency declared in Missouri. The governor solicitously recommending that white people don’t go out if they can help it.
Submitted by Alexander on 24 November 2014 - 8:49am
Parliament yesterday: our government submitted a bill that officially defines the United Kingdom as a nation state of and for the British people.
The bill, intended to become part of Great Britain’s basic law, would recognise the country’s British character, institutionalise Christian law as an inspiration for legislation and confirm English as the only official language.
When I heard the news, I jumped up, punched the air, shouted Yes!!!… and woke up.
Submitted by Alexander on 22 November 2014 - 11:33am
I’ve lived in four countries and have at times been treated as a foreigner in each, including the one of my birth.
So take it from me: a bit of ethnic snobbery can improve the breed on both sides, the snobs and their targets.
The success of some ethnic and racial minorities, such as Indians in Britain, Vietnamese in the USA, Germans in Russia, Italians in Argentina, Jews and Chinese just about everywhere, shows how victims of ethnic hostility can, if they so choose, put it to productive use.
Submitted by Alexander on 21 November 2014 - 11:34am
Submitted by Alexander on 19 November 2014 - 2:39pm
Observing the 1963 Jerusalem trial of the mass murderer Adolf Eichmann, Hannah Arendt coined the phrase ‘the banality of evil’.
In 2014 the mass murderer Charles Manson, 80, proves yet again that evil isn’t just banal. It’s also extremely attractive in all sorts of ways, including sexual.
Submitted by Alexander on 18 November 2014 - 12:37pm
It has taken 20 years after female ordination for the Church of England to go completely, as opposed to partially, bonkers.
The C of E Synod yesterday rubber-stamped the consecration of women bishops, thereby confirming its PC credentials at the small cost of relinquishing whatever residual claim it had to being a Christian ecclesia.