Very bad NASA satellite launch failure…..why?

…because we will not now get the truth in time.

David Davis

The global-climate-change-Gramsco-MarxiaNazi-buggers, and their   _very_   close friends who are the starvation-driving-mass-people-slaughterers, will not now be faced with the evidence – which is that Man is   _not_   causing “global warming”. Thye have cleverly scuppered the satellite – and can simultaneously discredit what ordinary people call “rocket-science”….so that it’s for them a “one-stone-solution to a two-bird problem”.

As regards rocket-science, they will be able to sya how inept we all are, and should stay here and subsistence-farm with chicken manure and stuff.

As regards “global warming”, they will be able to say that “the Science” is “still settled”, for there is still “no” evidence for their hypothesis being proved not to be true.


Simple really.

You just do the insurance-equivalent of setting your car on fire, to claim the dosh and pretend it was all right anyway.

This is rather important.

David Davis

I have been going on about it for years, privately.  Everybody (nearly) to whom I mention this thinks I am a deranged cretin. Never mind: that’s life, and then you die after it.

The risk of an asteroid collision is of course, in National Lottery terms, astonishingly small, but integrated over many centuries and millennia, it is uncomfortably large. If Liberty of the human individual means anything  significant, then it means that there have to be human individuals around to enjoy the sort of liberty, informed and also protected by the twin pillars of Science and Christianity (Gramsco-Marxianism, being an enemy of both, can go hang and take advice about foreign travel and procreation simultaneously) in which we – Gramsco-Marxians notwithstanding – live now.

The info that the UN is involved is very very very bad news. This outift has morphed, from loftily-moral and essentially good beginings, into an evil, wicked and anti-human organisation, peopled by dictators, and paid for by classical liberals: its only purposes are to keep Robert Mugabe in power, to promote slavery in the teeth of the Navy who try eternally to abolish it, to deify “Al” “Gore”, who makes disinformation-movies about “climate” “change”, and to authorise the slaughter of the South Sudanese by others. there may be other crimes that I will lay at its door later tonight, when I have devilled a bit more.

But something has to be done about a strategic asteroid defence shield. We can’t leave the matter to chance, such that the Universe could be, after all…..ending its life…..empty of life. Corporeal death cannot be the End of All Things, if we work at it.

Alamein 66 years on, war, memory and what liberalism is about.

David Davis

On these pages I frequently resort to historical lectures based on military anniversaries. This will probably continue until I run out, or else the committee of the Libertarian Alliance suggests to me that I’m boring the readers.

But this all hinges on how I try to expound the Gospel of libertarianism…I take past events when freedom and individual liberty were under threat from massively-resourced, highly-systematized State behemoths (truly, the ultimate enemy.) I show how their depredations were defeated by free coalitions of relatively un-tyrannised people – such as the British Empire (what else was there, for goodness’s sake?) Then, I try to explain that for libertarianism and freedom for individuals to survive, a strong watch needs to be kept on the surreptitious re-awakening of imperialist-Utopian creeds (such as socialism, and pre-capitalist quasi-religious survival-guides) and their baleful, faux-Christian, faux-charitable appeal to under-employed Western idealists of otherwise high intelligence.

It is accidental that many of these anniversaries fall in the Second World War: there is no anti-German, or anti-Japanese, intent about these on my part, for these otherwise good and decent and exemplarily-educated people fell under the spell of what Churchill presciently called “Perverted Science”.

They thus were catapulted into terrible misfortune, at the hands first of the criminally-tyrannical political imbeciles who first tormented them with false bribes, and then at the hands of those whose job it sadly was to clear up the mess.

Some others of course are to do with the First. Others, such as Trafalgar, relate to earlier episodes of what ultimately is the same, ongoing and Titanic struggle – between good and evil: which is in today’s theatre to say, Capitalism and freedom, versus State planning, socialism and tyranny.

(Click on the whole map, it will appear.)

Today is the anniversary of the start of the series of large actions in North Africa, know as the Battle of Alamein. Now, as is largely forgotten today, Rommel’s Afrika Korps had been substantially held up some weeks earlier by a well-designed defensive action atRuweisat and Mitereira Ridges. There is a highly biased and pro-socialist article about this on wikipedia, which I may re-edit soon. Later, at the battle of Alam Halfa, the Afrika Korps also got no further.

By late October, preps were all in place for the battle which is still remembered (by a few old men). I see this one as the Last Battle of the Old Empire, the free coalition which I have referred to earlier. Very roughly, is also stakes out a point in WW2 before which the Axis forces were advancing everywhere, and after which it was all downhill for them. Not strictly true in detail, but good enough for a snapshot.

If liberalism (and I mean it in the true sense of the word, not what American stalinists which call themselves “democrats” mean) is to survive, then we have to remember and learn how and why we liberals went to war, not just for ourselves but for others, such as Belgium and Poland. We don’t really go to war for ourselves – indeed the last time probably was 1793. If we do, such as against Iceland in the 1970s and today, then it’s probably because we were then (by Heath) and are now, led by socialists.

If there is ever such a thing as a libertarian nation, then as I have sadly predicted, it probably will have to go to war for itself.

And now, here’s the techie stuff…

Yes I know this on is just the Aussies charging their own field kitchen, but……

Better not forget the poor wretched Italians, whose hearts were probably not really in it:-

Piles of Italian footage on Youtube, and not much else. It’s not a problem but I wonder why we don’t remember it as well as they seem to do?

The sum total of these three accidentally-juxtaposed headlines is…we have lost (for now.)

David Davis

So banks will all do what the GramscoMarxiaNazis will tell them to, and not what their customers want them to.

So the dear leader, who is so ronery, is now our friend. We really didn’t think he was a problem all along, of course.

So the fascist pig Mugabe, who is entirely without any redeeming features, like Mao Tse Tung was, can do what he says he wants to. It was noble, and right of him, to destroy his people’s ability to produce any food at all, for instance.

Honestly, I sometimes don’t know why we good-people carry on trying to save the world. It seems as though there is something perpetually trying to stop us.

Am I too pessimistic about the future of mankind? Discuss.

ICELAND … and RUSSIA … I’m such a cretin, why didn’t I see it coming?

David Davis

Tony Hollick will have a good go at me and will say why it’s good for the USSR Russia to counterbalance the USA or something….but….

…..honestly, I’m such a gamma-minus semi-moron sometimes. I fail to spot screaming stuff festering under my nose, which others can smell a mile off.

Of course! THAT’s why the USSR Russia, of all the unlikely stalinist nazi buggers to come to the aid of Iceland, wants to do it. (Er, primarily from Coffee House for making the intellectual leap, sorry guys! Also Christina Speight whose shrill round-robin alerted me to it a few seconds earlier.)

I mean, who’d bother to bail out  _specifically_  _Icelandic_ banks which have slightly over-reached themselves in the eternal struggle to get round socialist regulation of capital ratios, for goodness sake? Specially when the said bailer-outers (the USSR) are sitting on the West’s windpipe? Why not, if it’s money and “stability” you want, bail out, say the Royal Bank of Scotland? No?


The Stalinists Russia want wants something else.

To make sure of this: that when the USA/Canada (Canada not I think any more now, they have HRCs) and other parts of the Anglosphere coming to the aid of liberalism and self-determination and so help threatened Britain and perhaps other European nations to escape the EU and the USSR, something bad will happen. Their Merchant Navy crews and convoy escorts will _go home in body bags_ (or not, being at the bottom of the North Atlantic, joining all the other ones still down there, as is more likely.)

Why does the USSR Russia seem to think is has the need to fly its bears at us? Are we threatening it? Is Georgia threatening it and they have lost their map which was kept in Moscow? Is it trying to make a point? Is Putin’s willy too small? (I doubt it, but I have no first-hand evidence.) If there’s a point, then what? As Peter Simple used to say, “I only ask because I want to know.”

Is it angry that Reagan and Thatcher beat its ruling Enemy Class hollow while that outfit yet espoused Socialism, and does (its unelected ruling class, mostly the same buggers, but with more money) want revenge? If so, is the war over, in its eyes? Or not?

I opine that the West is having a 1919-1939 Armistice-moment. The enemy’s just the same, nothing has changed in over 200 years – it’s national socialist imperialism, just like Napoleon, like the 2nd Reich, the Third Reich, and the USSR (and of course now the “EU”.)

If NATO was worth the paper my boys could write it on, it would say (1)

(1) WE would like to be your friends, BUT………

(2) you seem not to want to be ours……….

(3) and so….

(4)…….”by the way, there will be no USSR Russian facilities in Iceland. Too sensitive for us. You would not allow us to “refuel” our SSBNs at Sevastopol or in the White Sea, so we will not allow you near a strategic island in the middle of the North Atlantic…..

….you see…’s the geography, stupid. We would need to send stuff to the people over there, if you decided to stand a bit harder on their windpipes.”

Libertarians anre often the most irritatingly neutral people, when it comes to deciding which specific “states” are “worse”, which is to say more anti-libertarian than other states. Worse, libertarians, being geeks who drink coffee all night in front of their Linux screens, often have very infantile views about foreign policy, trying as they do to find as much fault as possible with more or less pluralist-democratic Western governments – such as poor bloody George W Bush – why the W all the time? We know who he is!

The world is getting darker, and we are involutarily slipping towards the possibility of wars, the polarity of which we cannot yet predict, and the rationale for which our politicians refuse to understand, yet they may mostl likely be continuations of previous episodes – especially if the seminal contribution of socialism, as the prime enemy of the Western Civilisational Canon, is not understood and expunged, and soon.

It is almost too late, but not quite. When things like the USSR’s bid for Russia’s bid for facilities in Iceland, is not rebutted, we get more into trouble.

A society that wants to be, and more importantly, remain – libertarian – must look to its strategic requirements and to its defence. Sorry to be a 1930s Churchillian bore – it is necessary. (Oh, and I do NOT want the job when it may be offered.)

Have to go on school run now. Sorry.

This is where the Udenopticon will be

(NB! The videos refer to the populated Berneray – not the uninhabited one which was originally intended!  – Blogmaster.)

David Davis

Do you remember when I suggested what would be done with captured socialists, other similar fascist-lefty right-wing scum, bureaucrats (same thing), stalinist Wireless Tele Vision “Tycoons” and the rest of the Enemy Class who would not beg to break stones and heft bricks in our nirvana? Well, here it is. Berneray…but I changed my mind later:-

Actually, now I think about it, Berneray is too flat, too benign now, too near other islands, and has people living on it, and actually looks quite civilised. There are even roads and live buildings and quite nice houses (all of which would have to be ruined first before turning it into a prison for lefties.) I will put the buggers on St Kilda instead:-

The irony of its status as a “United Nazis Nations World Heritage Site” will not be lost on the new, albeit slightly unwilling, inhabitants:-

It’s a pity really, that it’s not further away from us than it is. I suppse we could put them on South Georgia instead (see below) but there are two issues: (1) They are too far away to have a cheap eye kept on them and be serviced with daily rations, and (2) fascist idiots like the Soviets Russian Government might try to “rescue” them while our back is turned one night.