Prejudice in our British society against the ‘autistic’ – is it justified?

Like with many of the less common disabilities, autism [affecting about three-quarters of a million British people] may be a term that has been heard of by many of us, but as a medical condition it is generally completely unknown or at least misunderstood by most, isn’t it? In other words we don’t really understand […]

Society let down AGAIN by an inadequate British legal system – even MORE rapists will NOW escape justice?

Scales of Justice? Rape is in the headlines once more, but for all the wrong reasons and not because at long last Britain has done something to halt the increase in rape, or stop 100 or so women being raped every day, or bring to justice more than 1% of the evil rapists. No, this […]

The North Korea has moved inextricably towards deliverable nuclear warheads – the potential consequences?

 verses   There has been a ‘war of words’ between North Korea and the United States which has been dire in recent weeks, and as recounted here in a recent post earlier this month, President Donald Trump has both embarrassed himself and America by his stupid participation in it all, even unnecessarily enflaming it at […]

‘Aggressive’ North Korean despot ‘Kim Jong-Un’ has called the bluff of ‘Bigmouth’ American President ‘Donald Trump’ – a further humiliation for the World’s most powerful man?

Last week, the post here outlined why it was now time for war with North Korea because it is intent on completing their acquisition of nuclear status, further developing their intercontinental missile delivery system to be capable of hitting the likes of New York or London with a massive nuclear bomb, and then undoubtedly embarking […]

North Korea– time for war?

Just four months ago a post here “North Korea conflict – an insolvable problem, other than war?” posed the question if another Korean war was impending and in the making, didn’t it? Well, we now have the answer we all didn’t want TO HEAR and that is “YES”, wouldn’t you say? Certainly, North Korea seem […]

Julian Assange has escaped justice – but whose fault?

Well now, the bulk of the UK’s population probably don’t even recognise the name of Julian Assange, or even if they do, they nevertheless still wouldn’t know what he might or might not have done wrong, would they? To start with, it is important to be acquainted with the reason this man has come into […]

The ‘rip-off’ world of product redundancy- how we consumers are all being stuffed?

Some older members of the population will remember the now long forgotten said to be “the good old days”, when things ‘were built to last’, and everything that broke could be mended, so keeping them running as long as possible, and we all knew a bloke who could do it for a few bob, eh? […]

French Police’s courage in rescuing Paris’ Bataclan hostages – amazing or not?

    The photo above of a bullet peppered metal shield says it all, doesn’t it? It stopped some 27 bullets intended to kill French Police officers. The stomach churning danger and their bravery by putting their lives on the line in facing this lethal barrage, and more, of AK-47 Kalashnikov firepower is mind-blowing, don’t […]

Without Security you can’t have LIBERTY – how true is that?

    The astute opinion expressed yesterday by France’s ex-Justice minister Rachida Dati in a UK television interview was that ‘without security you can’t have liberty’, which might strike a chord with many people in France as well as in Britain, and focus the minds of UK MPs who are struggling to realise that very […]

Britain’s new ‘Communications Data Bill’ – do we prefer a Snooper’s charter or a Paris type massacre?

  As the dreadful news started to hit the airways late yesterday evening of a developing terrorist attack in Paris, we had little idea of the scale of the massacre unfolding, did we? It did though immediately bring home to people, especially those in the know about these things, evidence on the ongoing failure of […]