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A brand new explanation on the origin of religeon…


Peter Davis

This is totally serious and not cynical in any way, and I am really not being sarcastic…

Here it is:

http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Faith

Read it, or spend the rest of your life wondering…

For those of you lazy buggers who cannot be bothered to click on the above link, here are a few quotes:

The virus seems to have started out as the archetypal “Faith” virus “Generalis religica“; which begat “Generalis judaica“; which begat “Generalis christianica“; which begat “Generalis catholica” and it’s brethren; which begat “Generalis protestantica“; which begat “Generalis puritanica” about the time it was carried away to the Americas; and so on and so on.

Offshoots of these viruses include the more serious genus types of “Fundamentalis“; A species example being “Fundamentalis islamica“, a virus type which has recently undergone multiple population explosions.

The “Faith” virus commonly enters the human vessel via the optical and auditory systems. It is then carried via the blood to the brain where it infects the neurons of the cerebral cortex in the region of the frontal lobe.

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Council “staff” should spend 100% of their time on “face book”…a


then they can’t be spending it taxating us and tyrannising us.

David Davis

Bugger them. F*** them. Let them be on the bloody thing the whole time: they cannot then and therefore be doing stuff to us, only to their supposed “friends”.

FORCE THEM to spend 100% of their time and effort while “at work”, on it.

I am beginning to see the point of “face” “book”. It is a harmless and debilitating out-door relief-system for bureaucrats, who are concerned that they have no “friends”. Let the bastards use it how they bloody well like. It will keep them off  our effing backs.

I have 19 friends, my son has 79 (I sort of think he does actually know most of them) and some of my students have “1,891 friends” (this is non-credible. Nobody would even send Christmas Cards to that number of people, let alone be their friend, unless they wozz a bank.)

I can’t work out what the blasted site is actually for, apart from my thoughts about harmlessly employing bureaucrats without hurting people outside.

But, Ian Geldard and Jackie Danicki seem to broadcast their innermost thoughts to the world at hourly intervals. I must be a  classical liberal saddo then.

I might resign from it, but I await good advice from the commentariat.

More education stuff to throw rotting cabbages at “Ed” “Balls” for


How can one give a job, any job, where people see what one’s name is, to someone called “Ed” “Balls”, and worse,  who has a wife called “Yvette” “Balls”?

David Davis

That had to be a pan-galactic mistake, for a start. And to have both troughers in government at the same time? Talk about a kitchen cabinet….

Now we have caught them with their pants down, trying to expunge yet more British history from the “primary” “school””” “curriculum”, a multiple-tautology if ever there was one. I am not saying that the existing “curriculum”, if you can call it that, was any good as it is: but at least they did “the Egyptians”, “The Romans”, “The Saxons”, “The Normans”, “the wives of Henry VIII” (totally pointless unless you try to explain the objectives of post-medieval European statecraft, which will of course completely undermine the Gramscian part of their agenda) “slavery” (it’s our fault of course), and “children down the mines” (send them, as soon as possible please…)

Now they were planning to drop everything except two, and teach the poor little bastards about “twitter”, whatever that may be.

As it already is, the entire seven years of British Primary school education is substantively wasted: and we caught them trying to make it worse….

It is such a tragedy, that these people have been to the finest Universities that money can buy. How did they get to be the way they are?

Facebook Twitter Bebo Myspace children: Susan greenfield is of course quite right, but….


…..people have to grow up in order to use these powerful tools.

David Davis

You wouldn’t just hand a child of, say, 13, a chain-saw, simply because he/she said he could cut down a tree faster with it. You train it (the child, not the saw.) Then, since our homes are now bursting at the seams with computers and networks, you train a child about what’s important: that’s all.

Then, he does not think he needs a Facebook account. His dad’s got one, immature dude that he is.

…and we don’t even know who is watching!


David Davis

This just in, from Madcomputersolutions. I don’t know about these “social networking sites”, really, do you? I blame “celebrities” slebs myself, which means that, like everything, it’s all the fault of socialism and its inbuilt deliberate degrade-strategy, for decreeing that these person-trons ought to be created in the first place.

In a Libertarian society, as it must of course be in Heaven, everybody will of course be working so hard, for such great reward, that there will not be time for public self-preening in the way people seem to do on these places.

And, The Landed Underclass is kind enough to comment on my rantings here, about these timewasters, who think their lives are so full of self-regarding meaning that everyone else will want to know about them too.

Better to get a blog. Then, not only will nobody know much about yourself except the important bits (like opinions and philosophy) which you choose to reveal, but you can save the world at the same time.