Friday, January 11, 2019

Orwellian orchestrated obfuscation...

"Don’t be fooled: this Brexit deal creates a triple lock to shackle the UK to Brussels forever", [LINK] i.e. taken down with the sinking ship. ANYBODY wanting this is patently and completely ANTI UK deal should never hold power again. It is an absolute disgrace that MPs can so openly ignore what is best for their constituents and their country.
"Whatever fudge is cooked up in Brussels to try to bolster support for her 'deal', it is very unlikely that the EU will delete the backstop. Why? Because it is a crucial element of the Withdrawal Agreement’s 'triple lock' structure designed to stop Brexit. 'Withdrawal Agreement' is an Orwellian misnomer, of course. This agreement keeps Britain in chains."

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Ose: olisbos orgasmic opus...

And now for something completely different (or not if you've read Owsblog from the beginning: any excuse to relink back to the good old days on Owsblog: orgasms, olisbos, more orgasms...)

Basically a modern robotic vibrator has been banned from the technology show CES. Actually that's a fib, with this (pictured, available later this year) there are no vibrations: "Osé doesn’t need vibrations to get you there, just completely personalized g-spot and clitoral stimulation that perfectly fits your body."

Lora DiCarlo said it had been invited to display its robotic Ose vibrator at CES, after winning an innovation award. And it's not just any old thing: Lora Haddock Founder and CEO of Lora DiCarlo writes: "You see, we’re doing something that has never been done before - we’re making the world’s first hands-free device for the holy grail of orgasms — the blended orgasm. Our almost entirely female team of engineers is developing...
" micro-robotic technology that mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner. The product even adjusts to each body's unique physiology for a personal fit that hits all the right spots, leaving the hands free for better uses. We’re talking about truly innovative robotics."
The CES (Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s biggest trade show) organiser the Consumer Technology Association, which granted the award, said it had included the device by mistake and could withdraw any immoral or obscene entry at any time...fair play you may think but 'similar' entries have been at previous shows and Ose certainly ticks the right boxes - or pushes the right buttons - to warrant its place at the event. And this year there's even a vibrating OLED TV, not quite the same pleasure and stimulation but hey-ho... 

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Outrecuidance of our ostriches...

More for Traitors' Gate. The Tower is going to be busy. Invest in spikes, pikes, pitchforks and yellow jackets. "MPs have backed measures designed to thwart preparations for a no-deal Brexit, by defeating the government in the House of Commons. 

They backed an amendment to the Finance Bill, which would limit spending on no-deal preparations unless authorised by Parliament, by 303 to 296 votes." [BBC]

Are they mad? This is obviously anti Brexit but it is in fact anti UK, cutting off their nose to spite their face, anti most of their constituents! Just who the fuck do these shitty fucking cunting MPs think they are?

Update 22:15, anti-UK Francophile Dominic Grieve et al clearly present "the gravest peacetime threat to the UK in 70 years". Their end will be slow.

Update 2, 9/1/19, feeling less aggrieved today Bernard Jenkin and Jacob Rees-Mogg putting it in real context; the latter saying that the move was 'pointless and tokenistic', while Downing Street labelled it as nothing more than an 'inconvenience' (hat-tip Jonathan Isaby, BrexitCentral). Boles, Clarke, Greening, Grieve, Letwin, Morgan, Soubry, Vaizey, Wollaston et al have certainly blotted their copybook with this blatant sabotage; if only they'd piss off and form SDP II or something.

Monday, January 07, 2019

Ocracy obfuscation or obscurantism II...

"Theresa May stoking apocalyptic fears about no-deal Brexit to win over her rebels" is the DT [Link] headline on Lord Lilley, accusing May of trying to scare MPs into backing her EU Withdrawal Agreement with an 'apocalyptic' vision of what would happen in a no deal Brexit [this is pretty much what I meant by 'outrageous', my weak-posted-when-pissed blog-post {ahem} calling her and others liars at the end of last year].

The DT writes that Lord Lilley (Peter Lilley) had published a report for Global Britain and Labour Leave [HERE- PDF] "aimed at debunking 'myths' about leaving the EU on World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms", and why "WTO offers a safer haven than the Backstop".

It is fairly easy to get through and is well worth a read if you need any more information to debunk Remainers' weak and whining excuses; I have yet to hear a SINGLE reasonable - or even half-convincing - argument for staying!

Anyhoo... Lord Lilley is of course 100% correct, as he was when he outed Brown et al back in the day, pretty much fore-telling what the disastrous HMT-BoE-FSA would lead to.
"With the removal of banking control to the Financial Services is difficult to see how and whether the Bank remains, as it surely must, responsible for ensuring the liquidity of the banking system and preventing systemic collapse."...

"...that the Government may, almost casually, have bitten off more than they can chew. The process of setting up the FSA may cause regulators to take their eye off the ball, while spivs and crooks have a field day." was demonstrated all too clearly both here and in the USA.

Wednesday, January 02, 2019

Overwhelming optimism...

Happy New Year!
'The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.' 
'I am an optimist. It does not seem too much use being anything else.' [LINK]
I really enjoyed James Delingpole's six point plan for 2019 at Breitbart London. He wasn't even too hard on the wankerati (that wonderful term he himself coined a few years back): from Truth (Trump) to Candour to Integrity to Optimism to Sexism.

I agree with every word and stand up and applaud some of it, tongue in cheek besides, what he writes is 100% true: "I’m not suggesting that the mighty, wise and funny God Emperor Trump is without flaws. (Though I can’t immediately think of any). What I am saying is that if any of his predecessors – Obama especially – had been held to the same standards by the media establishment, half of them would have been impeached and Obama would now be in Gitmo."

Anyway, in a few weeks it will be the Year of the Pig, so a third Winston Churchill quote:
"I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals."

Monday, December 31, 2018

Outstanding opportunities outweigh obedientiary overburdening...

88 days to go. "Some people would rather see Britain fail than Brexit succeed" says Liam Fox (the international trade secretary) [The Times ££]. Correct, there are thousands of them: many of whom - and the most vocal - seem to be whining, lying gibbering idiots (and we know their worst nightmare)

Fox also says that "backing May's deal will free the UK"...[face-palm].  Much of the Times interview by Caroline Wheeler (Deputy Political Editor of The Sunday Times) is about Fox telling everyone that Brexit can only happen by supporting May's [extremely bad] deal. WTF is he on? Why do they call Fox a Brexiteer?

He does get some bits right: "As far as I'm concerned, as an elected member of parliament, I’ve been given an instruction by the British people and it’s my democratic duty to do it". Yes, correct. He wishes people "would start to see the upside of Brexit", he's sick of "hearing Brexit always portrayed in terms of the potential difficulties rather than the optimistic and confident way in which I think people who voted across the country to leave the EU saw it." Good...encouraging. BUT, he also says "What you can be sure of is that if we vote for the prime minister’s deal then its 100% certain that we will leave on March 29"; knowing how overtly bad that deal has been proven to be, these are not the words of a 'passionate Brexiteer'.

Amazingly, most of the comments on that article are from Remainers who don't seem to realise Brexiteers disagree with Fox more than they do!

Anyway Mr. Fox, how are those trade deals? "Donald Trump's offer of a 'quick, massive bilateral trade deal' won't be possible if Theresa May's Brexit deal is backed by Parliament, the US ambassador to the UK has warned." [BBC]

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Outing obvious overturns...

I liked Guido's newspaper montage today: "In a sign of just how much the British media landscape has changed since the referendum, the only two papers to come out fighting for May are the Mail and the Express – both instructing restive Tory MPs to 'now just let her get on with' it." They are also the only two newspapers blatantly targeted by TPTB as essential to change the Remoaner fortunes, comparing the headlines and editorials now to a year or two ago is stunning; all it has done however is mark them as establishment has-beens and their readership in free-fall. They will try to claim they are 'Tory supporting' and that their pathetic 180 degree about-face on Brexit is only about 'stopping Corbyn'. No, wrong: it is part of the clear establishment globalist support May's treasonous deal/stop-Brexit shite-fest and they will suffer for it.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018


[LINK] Dame Cheryl Gillan is a liar; Theresa May is a liar; Alan Duncan is a liar; Liam Fox is a liar...and there are many more.   Prove me wrong you fucking lying traitors.

Update: Philip Hammond is a liar. Yes, yes, this list could go on for ages. 

Monday, December 03, 2018

Ominous outcomes...

et tu, Olly? Treason May's chief Brexit adviser, Olly Robbins, has warned her that the Northern Ireland 'backstop' in her deal is actually a "bad outcome". That could almost be repeated old news because the same thing was said back in April about a previous idea! Also there may be contempt of Parliament proceedings in the offing if she doesn't show the legal advice in full.

Even more trouble: President Trump was right, again, May’s deal with the EU would prevent a UK-US free trade agreement: a 'bombshell leak': "a confidential analysis of the Withdrawal Agreement by the House of Commons' own expert legal team comes to the same conclusion as President Trump": Brexit Central. Last week's report was leaked: The Withdrawal Agreement: Legal and Governance Aspects [PDF].

"Conservative MP Marcus Fysh... “This document identifies and explains many of the very serious legal problems for the UK that would emerge from the Prime Minister’s proposed Withdrawal Agreement"".

Indeed, not only that, "Theresa May's Brexit deal is illegal and must be stopped" [DT].

Unfortunately, other  previously decent 'Conservatives' have fallen by the wayside', Gove and Mordaunt this weekend adding to the boot-licker brigade putting party before country. The DT link was brought to my attention by Raedwald, who also has a better comment about Gove. 

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Our ocracy's oligophrenia over outcrop...

The UK government has lost the plot completely. The Olly and May horror show continues: every single EU stipulation conceded, every UK red-line surrender. Luckily, certainly with regard to the media hoo-hah over Gibraltar, the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, the Hon. Fabian Picardo QC reacted well; Mrs. may should read, understand and iterate his final paragraph:

"We will stick with Britain" press release HERE, pdf. Hat-tip Raedwald.

In a later press release, [PDF] also yesterday, Fabian Picardo gave a full statement after having talked with Treason May. He sounded reassured: "Theresa May made repeatedly clear despite clause 24 that she would negotiate to include us in the Withdrawal Agreement", but I would suggest he doesn't count his chickens: the 'Strong and stable' and 'No deal is better than a bad deal' mantras, amongst other, etc., spring to mind. Ian Duncan Smith on Sky News this morning [Guido] suggests slippery May has conceded over Gibraltar's future trading arrangements to Spain

In the same press release Picardo compared the crowing of Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez over the sovereignty of Gibraltar to 'pursuing the policy bidding of the Generalisimo [Franco] himself'. LOL.