Month: June 2013

Spirit and Sludge

Education (more commonly “schooling”) is like distillation: you chuck a “mash” of society in a pot (called school) apply energy (called teaching) and out the top comes “spirit” with loads of qualifications. But out the bottom comes Sludge! (Should this

Back to School

Is school the ‘tape worm of the people’, much as religion was once the opiate? Does school extract vitality leaving tractable units of taxable activity (except for those so alienated, they can only do nihilism and crime)?  I have looked

MP Code of conduct

The code of conduct for members of Parliament Prepared pursuant to the Resolution of the House of 19th July 1995 I. Purpose of the Code The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to assist Members in the discharge of

Powerless ASA

Political Advertising and the ASA From an Advertising Standards Authority, ASA, web page. Political Advertising. Why can’t the ASA help Non Broadcast Advertising. Any advertisement whose purpose is to persuade voters, in a local, national or international election or referendum

How to complain about Benyon

In order to complain to the Political Ombudsman about your local MP you need to get the form signed by your local MP.

Building a viable society

UK PLC, manufacturers of bespoke British Society, produces a lot of reject units which it removes, where possible, from the factory floor by putting them in quarantined storage i.e. prison. But after a time these duff units, now knocked about

Dismantle Westminster Ethos

In May 2010, a Conservative Party crafted lie, the Liar Flyer, intended to influence my vote in that election, came through my door being part of Richard Benyon’s successful campaign to be re-elected as MP for the Newbury constituency. That

Bald bottomed Chickens

Bald bottomed Chickens and the New World Order Oct 2012. In this Age of Perversity, should the foetus survive creation in an ageing, last chance mother, who is labouring for Mammon, in the grip of a debilitating male work ethic,

Universal suffrage and the voting age

It is a fundamental of the UK voting system that most seats in Parliament are inexorably tied to one party. What follows can only apply to the remaining minority. Daily, the ‘creatureness’ of the Westminster Creatures becomes more apparent to