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Even Educated Bees Do It

Cameron, oh Cameron, you dopey devil, what have you done? Here, here and unfortunately here about sums up numpty nuts, who is appearing a laughing stock of anywhere outside the shires? Our illustrious leading PR guru and half Prime Minister (PM 0.5) is taking a keen interest in the nation’s habit of masturbating. Wait! I hear squealing, "It's for the good of the children." “Bollocks” many, so very many, people retort, and about time too. Can this nonsense about child protection get...


The Front Page Report on Abuse That Even The Government Finds Incredulous

 “We treat the issue seriously and want to do all we can to help victims. But this report is highly emotional. We have concern about some of the figures.”  Well said our lovely government.Oh how I long for clarity on this issue.Here , and again here, and also here.And the gravy train rolls on, we all know some awful things happen, they have and always will, this continuing barrage of "Abuse Propaganda" is still allowing the powers that be in this industry to avoid responsibility...


The Dead, Old, and the Falsely Accused Come On Down To the Show That Never Ends

It boggles the mind what has happened since the revelatory news about Jimmy Savile. Presupposing that I am more sceptical than most over these types of allegations, I expected the normal conversations from friends and colleagues, accompanied by hand wringing of the first kind, obligatory when discussing children and sex (shush now). Imagine the surprise when I actually got the opposite.  With the exception of one ill-informed individual, uniformly, everyone else seems to smell a rat,...


Ray Gosling - The Man Who Never Stops Fighting - Euthanasia, Murder, False Allegations and Endgame

I am lucky enough to be able to say I know Ray Gosling, and for all his eccentricities he is a man of passion and conviction who exudes a quiet strength that is rarely seen today. You can imagine then the shock with which I received the news of his part in the death of a suffering lover. Not, I must add, so much shock that he had been part of this act of mercy, but that with all his experience of the UK justice system that he should open himself up to attack. He has, of course, always been a...


Music and Film Companies Should Awaken to the Realities of 2008

My interest was piqued today by the article in the telegraph and the times here and here. Its an old chestnut the issue of illegal downloading of content, but it appears that the capitulation of governments to the overweening and overblown music and film industry is set to continue as Europe and world wide initiatives swing ponderously into action.I find this all a bit galling when in 2007 the US box office takings amounted to $9.6 billion up 5% on the previous year and part of a trend...


Time People Said No to the Nannying Ninnies of the Child Protection Industry

Three articles that seem to have some form of convergence to me. The Times on family courts and the Telegraph on child overprotection and the CRB fiasco in the making.If the appearance of these three articles does not signify the inexorable slide into a police state that we are witnessing I am hard pushed to say what is. Beginning with the dreadful news that innocent people have been wrongly identified as having criminal tendencies by that quango the Criminal Records Bureau. Their response to...


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