Thursday, November 30, 2006


Fun and Games

You may have noticed the interesting discussion I had with Anonymous in the comments section of some of my earlier posts. I enjoyed it so much, it gave me an idea of something else to do - more fun than writing a blog even! I now hunt out other blogs that I vehemently disagree with, and post comments to them. Not in the same vein as Anonymous did; I prefer to use facts to back up my statements, and I always try to be polite.

The first blog I came across is this one. It's called USS Neverdock, and some of the posts are so easy to disagree and disprove that it's great fun deciding the best way to discredit it. Strangely however, I don't think I was that welcome, and it now moderates comments (and mine now don't appear). However, if you're bored, why not have a game and see how long before they can't stand the truth and block your comments?

I'll post with other sites when I find them. It's like shooting fish in a barrel.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006



I've decided I'm just going to post interesting and extra-relevent links from now on, in the hope that it will increase their Google rank in some way. Spread the good word!

This one's good...

Tuesday, November 07, 2006


Fed Up

You may have noticed that I've stopped blogging. To get straight to the point, I just find it frustrating. Not the blogging, but the constant reading of the way people in power abuse that power, or don't pay the consequences for their actions, and me knowing that my little blog isn't going to make one iota of difference to anything.

Saddams death sentence for killing 148 Shias is the final straw. Not that I think he's innocent, but our leaders false moral superiority:-

* He was found guilty by an Iraq court - that was 90% financed by America.

* He was found guilty just a few days before the American elections.

* He was probably using weapons which we sold him.

* There's a good argument that more civilians have been killed since we started the invasion than under Saddam. However, since we don't bother counting them we can't be certain.

* Just like the war itself, Saddam being executed will only make things worse. But we'll be told "it's a turning point for this fledgling democracy". Excuse me while I vomit at the latest speech which completely ignores what things are really like.

Not that our leaders will ever be held to account for any of this. Maybe the only way to feel like you can have your opinion heard is to become a terrorist.

This article sums it all up.

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