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“”Organic” farming: this bugger may have a valid point, but I…


…want more convincing.

David Davis

I remain for now convinced that the “organic” boom was a deliberately organised socialist post-Bandung scam designed to starve people. It was also designed to appeal to “opinion-formers” in the rich West, whose populations (even the relatively poor) could just about afford the on-costs of food, collectively loaded onto their economies, without too many people noticeably starving to death inconveniently on-camera. The “green revolution” had seen to survival – the plan then was to pander to media-induced collective guilt, and to worship at the Altar of Rachel Carson.

So, for me, it is good that the infamous last pages, of the sad, shameful and ignomineous last chapter in the history of “organic food”, are even now being written.

“Organic” as applied to this stuff, was a meaningless term. All that “organic” means, in any worthwhile sense, is _”of living matter”_ . Organic chemistry was in effect founded by Wohler in 1828 when he correctly synthesised Urea from materials not otherwise dierectly derived from living creatures. The word has, like “liberal”, capitalism”, “freedom”, “democracy” and others, been hijacked by deliberately-bad-people for the purposes of de-civilisation.

But if the poor tormented farmers of places such as Africa could be left alone, even for a few seasons, and not serially macheted, kalashnikov’d, terrorised, Mugabed or UNned, then perhaps they even might be able to grow and eat (they should be so lucky) and even sell some of what comes out of the ground. They might even be able to do it without much ammonium nitrate, which might be preferable since – owing to Kyoto and the GreeNazis not listening to Bjørn Lomborg, many of them lack enough water to make it worthwhile.

If our recession ends soon enough, then they might even be able to position the stuff as “organic” – always assuming the EU lets them send it here in the first place.

MPs’ “expenses”: it gets worse and worse. Now, “non-existent mortgages”


David Davis

What fun it is, in these endarkening times, to watch members of The Enemy Class come a-cropper. Schadenfreude is not even in the race.

UPDATE1:- We gather he’s been kicked off the main part of the ZanuLieBorg hegelian-gravy-train.

Furthermore, what the f*** is an “agriculture minister” for (whether he is “ex” or not), in a First-World Mechanised Nation, in the 21st Century, for God’s sake, when we have GM crops, huge farming machinery, the ability to alter the Climate, pesticides, herbicides, hedges we can grub up and put back at will in five minutes, and a global market for foodstuffs?

States have no business getting involved in agriculture. This is the source of all our problems over food, such as artificially high prices, and starvation in Africa.

Mr Morley’s “non-existent mortgage” is small beer by contrast. All it shows is how much these people despise the rest of us. At least the Tories are trying to stick a finger in the dyke of politician-disrespect. We do actually deserve better politicians.

But the Tories’ ultimate strategy will founder on the libertarian view about politicians a priori, in thr 21st Century: are they strictly necessary at all?

Fake Charities and the British “New Labour” State; now for a real one instead.


David Davis

A couple of days ago, The Devil (bless him, and may God’s Face shine upon him with radiant mercy and goodness for all ways) brought this to all our attention. For those busy chaps who have not time to click the link, it transpires that the British State under the Stalinist Gramsco-Marxians in Westmonster is setting up what appear to be “charities”, and which are accountable under Charities Commission rules, but which use treasury money, extorted by taxation, to achieve Stalinist Gramsco-Marxian lobby-goals laid down by the Westmonster-Gramsco-Marxians themselves.

That’s the kindest and most euphemistic way I can think of, to put across what they do.

I came across this just now, and I think all us here-buggers ought to give them at least £2 each at this address. This guy is exactly not like the bastards who cream off taxpayers’ funds in quangos, shagging and being shagged by their nasty Gramsco-Marxian friends in the UN, the EU, governments and “aid agencies”. I did not realise that about £9 would feed a poor Nyasaland child, who has nothing, for about a year. So I think we all ought to help him feed these poor buggers.

It is the business of libertarians to promote the growth and scope of private charity.

You can take comfort that none of it, God willing, will go towards Mercs-4-Jerks (like the jerk Mugabe for example, or many many others, some in “aid agencies”):-

We’ll do the Lifeboat people too in a minute or tomorrow, as that’s also a proper Charity, one of the diminishing few, and we even have one (a lifeboat) here. But ours is paid for entirely out of private subs, and although credited to the RNLI does not have to be subbed by them. Hat tip to the RNLI stuff  landedunderclass.

Really, this stuff ought to put ZanuLieborg to shame.

But I guess it won’t.

ZIMBABWE “is a death camp” … Let me count the reasons!


David Davis

All praise to Guido Fawkes for yet again trying, vainly I am afraid, to highlight the plight of the poor wretched (“native” almost entirely) Southern Rhodesians.

“Zimbabwe”…is S. Rhodesia called that, like for the reasons “Mumbai” and “Beijing” and “Ho Chi Minh City” are now, in British State school “geography textbooks”, compiled by people called Jim somebody-or-other, or Fionualla something-else ???

Never mind: in the hearts and minds of all normal non-homicidal human beings who are also not Marx-crazed or Hitlerite or other Unity-type socialist maniacs, it is Southern Rhodesia. So why has the poor place gone tits-up?

(1) We ran away before we’d finished:-

Like everywhere else in Africa, a place largely of darkness in enlightenment terms, we -which is specifially to say, the British – had hardly arrived and unpacked our coaling stations, plantation kits, factories, churches, mines, laws, power stations, morals and teaching, before we were panicked out of the place by post-war leftist guilt and manufactured socialist “anti-Imperialism”. It is not necessary to mention all the actual and true colonial powers here, such as the French, the Germans, the Belgians (beneath contempt – just look at the Congo…) the Portuguese (almost as bad) etc. All the governments of these European triumphalist big-government-battleship-wielding-bureaucrat-bastards have not understood the first thing about what global exploration and improvement of the conditions of “native peoples” was for. These European “Empires” – real ones – are therefore entirely irrelevant to the ultimate fate of Africa except insofar as they have increased the distance up which that sad continent has to be pulled by true liberals and capitalists with some decent morals.

(2) We let our universities, here (and over there) get run ( = bad) and taught in ( = worse) by Gramsco-Marxians:-

I’m sorry, but this is quite unforgiveable: we ought not to forgive ourselves for falling asleep on the job – of Teaching The World How To Live. We actually allowed real people, who we knew hated what we stood for, to teach not only students here that the West was “decadent” and “capitalism” was wrong, but to teach Africans that too – and then send them back to run the bloody place!

There will come a point when Libertarians have to decide something important: to what extent ought we to prevent, by force if necessary, the enemies of freedom, liberty and humanity from doing any more harm?

At The End of All Things, even libertarians may feel that they have to exact some mild retribution for the damage done by socialism. In theory, socialists certainly would not be allowed within a given distance of children, sensible schools or those universities which are awake, if they wanted to teach their fiction. But I suppose we’d of course have to let them set up private institutions of “learning” if they were so dedicated – that would fix them.

And they can always blog if they have the stamina, and can write well: if they do, people will come to their blog. If not, then not.

(3) Western politicians:-

We allowed people in developed First-World nations to become politicians, who had been through the same mill I have just described. We allowed them to throw around other people’s money, which meant that theye didn’t evaluate its objectives well: and we allowed them to exert media influence, by letting their friends into the BBC etc. They promoted a climate of guilt, implicit in which was that everything we did in Africa was wrong, and everything Africans now do to eahc other was thus right, by induction. Their minor friends wrote geography and history text books, promulgating the same messages. (Read one: any one after the rot set truly in, in about 1990. You will be astounded.)

(4) The United International Marxist Dictators’ Subsidised Clubhouse with free prostitutes and dinners for all delegates all the time and no taxation of salaries, located in the West United Nations:-

You all know about the “United Nations”. And about the “non-aligned” (which is to say, anti-liberal) countries, and what role these play and have played in the deliberations of this clubhouse. And because of this institutionalised corruption, “peacekeeping forces” – especially those predominantly staffed by forces that don’t include the Anglosphere – can favour which side they like (as in Darfur) or run child-abuse scams (as in the Congo.) They betray their irremediable amorality by taking advantage of the very people they have supposedly been sent to “help”. The UN can also, and does, thwart real and justified attempts by the West (us, not the other Europeans, who should never have arrived in the first place) to rectify some of the damage done by our running away in under even a whole century.

(5) We did not take umbrage and react at Mugabe’s GENOCIDE against “white farmers”:-

Had we done so immediately (white people are people too, and can bleed, die and lose stuff) the butcher Mugabe would have piped down – I bet 5p – and none of this tragedy might have happened. But we could not, as the will of people here was constrained by the prevailing climate of policial and BBC discourse about “Africa” and “White Imperialism”. We had to grit our teeth and sit by and watch, while a more or less working economy, which was a net exporter of foodstuffs and other things, was systematically trashed in front of us.

I’m sure that the pig Mugabe is eating well, and has clean fresh water, the poor babe. And that his “staff” also do, plus their probably German- or Belgian-made guns. (probably more highly regarded by him that eprfectly OK and much cleaper Chinese or Russian equivalents. or maybe all his kit is South African?)

Perhaps South Africa – which could terminate that bastard today if it wanted to – is allowing all this misery to carry on, as it make the place look less bad than it really is.

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?

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