What are the laws on sedition again?

A rather interesting event has been brought to my attention thanks to Anna Raccoon which really does need to be brought to wider attention. It seems that the Islamic group “Islam for the UK” are planning an openly seditious march that may also be treasonous, as it will be calling for the abolition of Parliament and the monarchy (they’re also calling for Gordon Brown to be thrown out but that’s hard to argue with). Full details of the march can be found here. The march is on the 31st of October so just before Old Holborns gentle stroll, which will … Continue reading

Germs the new terrorists?

So far it seems as though swine flu isn’t co-operating with the governments/media’s plan to turn into a pandemic. So far behaving no differently from any other seasonal flu. Of course the more cynical among us might wonder if the rapidly approaching end of shelf life for all those tamiflu capsules the government bought for bird flu back in 2005 has any relevance, it’s certainly hasn’t done Roche‘s share price any harm in the past. According to the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation the shelf life of Tamiflu capsules is 5 years in capsule form but with 2 million … Continue reading

Events elsewhere

Today Guido Fawkes claimed another scalp assisted by the mainstream media, even if Mr McBride did reign in advance last night to try to limit the damage. I’ve not really got anything much to add to the excellent commentary that can be found elsewhere. Being horribly meta and doing the whole blogger talking about blogger thing which is terribly dull here’s a bit of a round up. It’s great to see Tom Harris talking a lot of sense: “We screwed up, big time. We have no-one — absolutely no-one at all — to blame for this but ourselves.” Sadly he … Continue reading