Libertarian Alliance British Stalinist Soviet Exam Results week; demolition post No-1: “progress”

David Davis

Here’s Stephen Pollard saying stuff better and more succinctly than I can right now (chores to do).

If I live 1,000 years, Men will still say that we were right, about the deliberate de-civilisation of Britain which had to be accomplished in particular in order to bring about the Endarkenment.

And that the GrasmscoFabiaNazis did what they have done, on purpose.

If you deliberately make exams easier and more rote-learnable, and include Pornography and Perverted Science, then you will create the slaves that you desire.

There is now no practicable help to avoid GramscoStalinist dictatorship in the UK, whatever form the UK will take over the next 30-50 years. We are inside the entrance to the Tunnel of Endarkenment, and being propelled forwards and downwards, for there are now less than 500 people who understand what is going on truly and who can do anything individually – and that is not enough, I fear, to make a difference any more.

We must treasure memories, store them in any permanent way we can, whether in Libraries (vulnerable to mobs sadly CD-ROMs, caches of information and scrolls, whatever. WE must store science, engineering, history, high art (not the “progressive” kind for that is blind and cannot say the future even though it tries) pictures and plans of stuff like Salisbury Cathedral, the Humber Bridge, oil rigs, Apollo-11, the diode, the triode, the triode-ransistor, and so on. This must be so that thhose who come after us, or those from the Stars,= who find our records in the deepnesses of Space, will know that we tried and that we tried hard to be worthy of some place in the Universal Order of Things.

I once fantasised that we ought to send CDs into space on unknown trajectories: perhaps we ought to after all.

Daphnia Racing

Fred Bloggs

While studying for my upcoming Jolobial warmin,  Political correctness, Biology exams, I got so bored by the “Science”, that I decided to to do an experiment of my own.

The experiment consisted of catching some Daphnia (Water fleas to the non-scientists) and some suprised water snails (they had nothing to do with the experiment, they were just in the wrong place at the wrong time, they’d walk away from trouble, honest.) The Daphnia were the exposed to different colour LEDs, so that we could see how they reacted.

The first time they were shown /green/ light, the Daphnia immediately got as far away from it as possible, but when they were shown it again, they flocked towards it, which leads me to belive that the were quickly indoctrinated by the GreenNazis while my back was turned.

While seeing the Daphnia crowd around a white LED, I had an idea, Daphnia racing!                                   

If anyone wants to invest in this upcoming sport, please send me all your bank details, pin numbers, credit/debit cards, phone numbers, house deeds or unnecessary children, and I will be glad to invest them in your name until they’re gone. Honest.











Christopher Booker confirms what I said earlier about British State national curriculum GCSE physics papers

David Davis

He says what he says here. I had previously put these up here.

I now put up a new one here.

And here’s the answers:-

This is not physics: it is brainwashing by GramscoFabiaNazis who know precisely what they are doing, and why, to the children of the people who taught the rets of the world how to know how to recognise their snake-oil, and refuse it.

Far from “not wearing seat belts” or “not having wind turbines”, being a “crime”, this destruction of originally-held common scientific knowledge, in an entire population, is a crime of the First Order. These people ought to be…I can’t bear to say what [should be done to them]…the police will kick down my door.

Is this Poetry? … More Like Sickeningly Pretentious Twaddle

Peter Davis

Some time ago, we posted some surprisingly easy, politically correct science papers on the blog HERE, HERE , HERE and HERE.

Now, I have, very unfortunately, had to do several poems from this book called the ‘anthology’ for GCSE English, and the poems I have to do are just disgusting: just take this one, by a “Simon Armitage”:


I’d been tired, under
the weather, but the ansaphone kept screaming:
One more sick-note, mister, and you’re finished. Fired.
I thumbed a lift to where the car was parked.
A Vauxhall Astra. It was hired.

I picked him up in Leeds.
He was following the Sun to west from east
with just a toothbrush and the good earth for a bed. The truth,
he said, was blowin’ in the wind,
or round the next bend.

I let him have it
on top of the road out of Harrogate – once
with the head, then six times with the krooklok
in the face – and didn’t even swerve.
I dropped it into third

and leant across
to let him out, and saw him in the mirror
bouncing off the kerb, then dissapearing down the verge.
We were the same age, give or take a week.
He’d said he liked the breeze

to run its fingers
through his hair. It was twwlve noon.
The outlook for the day was moderate and fair.
Stitch that, I remember thinking,
you can walk from there.

How can this be accepted at poetry?

Who was the smart-arse who put this and things like this into this book? What do you suppose 14- and 15-year-olds are supposed to write about this, commeniting on “how the author uses language to convey emotion and feeling”?

More examples of terrible poems like this are:

Havisham – Carol Ann Duffy

Vultures – Chimua Achebe

And many others that I can’t be bothered to write up. You can learn about the “anthology” here.

I have more GCSE science and maths papers issued under New Labour

UPDATE1:- Teachers want a day off “for admin“….yep, you’ve guessed it – it’s the GramscoMarxiaNUT.

And here’s a comparison paper from 1957:-

(Sorry about the above – I could not separate the top item on that search from the rest of the googlepage.)

Try this here:-


David Davis

We got a pingback this morning from Whoops, about the state-denial of dumbing-down, within State-directed education syllabuses. They quoted The Devil, and I have added Obotheclown, as secondary sources of comment about whta we said.

Here are some more papers you might like to try on an intelligent, home-educated 10-year-old from China, or indeed such a person from the UK who may be the same age or just a tiny bit older – there are some.


This is the “unit 3” paper (“higher”), taken by fairly bright 16-year-olds. Not that many get this far:

And this is the “mark scheme”:-

This is a “unit 2” paper (“higher”) – probably a larger proportion of candidates would take this one:

And this is its “mark scheme”:-

I fully expect that John Band will scrag me. But he cannot deny that these papers contain facile and shallow questions, glibly skating over real science, and which are about largely non scientific material, substantially answerable without having to understand anything more than the very basic equations of Newtonian mechanics….or worse.

Maths papers for the modern British State – this one is for the smarter 16-year-olds

UPDATE”:- Here’s a link to some Americans, who also like me object to the deliberate obscuring of how to to “math”.

UPDATE1:- WE talk about the A-level maths papers here.

David Davis

This is “module 1” (you do it in bite-size, topic-related bytes now.)

And the mark scheme is…


And this is “module 3”:-

And here’s the answers as directed that you should give them:-


Do you want to see  _2  papers_  for the poor individuals who are perhaps not so smart? here it is: remember, these people are usually 16:-

Oh, I forgot: if you do rubbish in it, you can “retake” that modile as many times as you want to. (But it will of course have different questions in it the next time around.)

I will not waste time putting up the answers for these as you will all do them in about 3 minutes.

I have to say that nothing was this bad even in 2001, let alone in 1997 when the Nazis came to power here. Using text books from the 1990s spooks today’s students, even some of the brighter ones, for the books contain topics and concepts with which they are entirely unfamiliar. Like, for example, the graphs of y=sin x, y=cos x, y=tan x, and transformations of the same. The concept of angular velocity, as a property of trig functions and the units of radians, are now only dealt with in the second or third modules of A-level maths. I’m not sire they even properly understand it even then. I can do it with the bright ones, That’s merely what came to mind on the spur of the moment.

Oh and they don’t know what a logarithm is until at least halfway through their first year of A-level maths. They have no clue who computed logarithms first, or why, or which logs he calculated and on what base: they are not really told what these things are for, economically.

Those of you of 60 or over will know that we all did differentiation and integration for O-level. These are now “advanced” concepts in “AS” and “A2”.