#Brexit : Breclaration of War!


As one of the majority of 17 million British people who voted for us to exit the European Union, I expect you to carry out those instructions. This includes the provisions, as stated during the campaign, for an Australian-style points system for immigrants arriving into this country. If you are unwilling to carry out this democratic mandate, I will happily dedicate myself to supporting the most viable Leave candidate in this constituency between now and the next election.

Thank you for your time.

Regards, etc.’

Are we OK, you and I, after you voted to destroy my dreams?

I feel like someone has taken something dear to me, my identity, my connection to my continent, and they have killed it. If you voted Leave, I hope you are prepared to take responsibility for what …

Source: Are we OK, you and I, after you voted to destroy my dreams?


My reply:

Why in your arrogant and childish solipsistic fit do you presume that an unreasonable dream arising in you due to social programming is in any way valid, let alone superior to the “dreams” of the enormous number of normal Britons who want to return to their dream of independence, sovereignty and liberty?

If your sense of identity is so fragile and your commitment to virtue signalling and posturing so deep that what you have expostulated is in any way genuine, you need to review your own thoughts for further signs of hebephrenia.


REVIEW: Jago and Litefoot: Series 5 (Big Finish)


kagoBy this point of reviewing Jago and Litefoot I must have said all there is to say about the series in general. To summarise: as a baseline, the series is wonderful. Jago and Litefoot are sublime characters, brought to life wonderfully by Trevor Baxter and Christopher Benjamin; the audio production is excellent and the mixture of gothic melodrama into the Doctor Who formula is jaunty and fun. When it comes to the individual episodes, even the worst of them still have all of this greatness going for it. Series Four ended with Jago and Litefoot in the TARDIS with the Doctor (as played by Colin Baker), and so before Series Five starts there were two one-off Doctor Who audio dramas in which Jago and Litefoot appeared. The first, Voyage to Venus by Jonathan Morris, takes them to, unsurprisingly, Venus, where they get caught up in a dystopian mess eventually sorted…

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#DoctorWho: the unintentionally funny ironic bloviating of dry drunk Peter Capaldi

“It can become a kind of franchise where it’s not a real character at all, but just an amalgam of elements that people think are Doctor Who: a scarf, a bow tie… I wanted to be the actual Doctor Who.” – Peter Capaldi


What, like sunglasses, adolescent wangst about being a good man, dressing in shit clothes which are basically a uniform, pantomime transvestites, black for black’s sake racecasting, mary sue companions, a character literally dressed in a bowtie and scarf, excruciating guitar playing scenes…

Not an amalgam of elements that people think are Doctor Who at all then, eh?


One more year of sub-McCoy shite then hopefully- a big change for the better.