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Blog ~ Warmwell's Blog last updated September 3..... Another attempt to silence John Humphrys?".......who "leaked" the video of a speech made last June, not intended for public ears, to the Times? Why is that nauseating article written in such tones of outrage? Who is the "source close to the BBC Governors"?

Saturday 20 August 2005

London police maintain "shoot-to-kill" policy

.......Are we,(in small letters somewhere at the bottom), soon to find ourselves on a blacklist too? Dammit. I shall quote the quintessentially English John Betjeman - whose poem here would no doubt have landed him on Mr Blair's blacklist too - "Come, friendly bombs..."
Tuesday 16 August 2005

Blown Away

...... I have a mental picture of Corporal Jones rushing about,crying "Don't panic! Don't panic!" I also have a nasty feeling that we are on our own."
Monday 15th August

Britain has the most draconian terrorism laws in Europe and much good it has done.

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Special Judges, smudging and fudging

".....Mr Blair's solution to such worries? Easy. Cut the Gordian Knot of Human Rights. .."

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

"...we might not go out with a whimper after all.."

"....about something few of us know about or want to know about - but which looks set to destroy us (unless, of course, bird-flu, global warming and the die-off from Peak Oil get us first). .."

Sunday, July 31, 2005

"Half the British Establishment seems to have signed up to the League of Friends of Terrorism.."

"....important to those of us left aghast by the way the press has either allowed past events to be the gospel according to the Home Office .."

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

"...this should send a shiver down the spine of anyone who still has a spine (damn few)"

"Lord Hoffman in .A v Home Secretary [2005] 2 WLR 87: 'The real threat to the life of the nation ... comes not from terrorism but from laws like these.'.."

Tuesday, July 26, 2005


".... If the traces still visible seem to us like the 1950s this is an illusion. The vague foreboding, the sense of an invisible but unstoppable juggernaut crushing them, is just under the gentle expressions of the faces..."

Monday, July 25, 2005

Things fall apart

"The news that Mr Bremner is to write a weekly column in the New Statesman will increase that magazine's circulation by at least one ..."

Sunday, July 24, 2005

the Metropolitan Police Service regrets...

" always, when facts are missing, people will make assumptions. Assumptions can be dangerous..."

Saturday, July 23, 2005

London crosses a once-unthinkable line

"....All this raises the same question as that asked by Macduff in Macbeth (2.3.106-107). Is anyone else asking it - or has the asking of such questions become not only irritating but treasonable?"


Friday, July 22, 2005

Burying something nasty in the woodshed

"Like the Ministers themselves, few farmers would admit to something nasty in the woodshed if there were a chance of quietly burying it."


Tuesday, July 19, 2005

No,no, Comrades...what our President really said was that he'd fire anyone guilty of a CRIME

"You can only imagine the 2006 newspaper headline: "Bush Pledges to Fire anyone Proven Guilty of Genocide."