Monthly Archives: June 2007

The most insightful of comments

“A tiny island off the coast of mainland Europe effectively ruled one third of the world for more than four centuries, 50 nations and one quarter of the worlds population came under its jursdiction. It was not found necessary to

Posted in Someone Clever Said

From the mouth of an anti-EU Terrorist

Vladimir Bukovksy, the 63-year old former Soviet dissident, fears that the European Union is on its way to becoming another Soviet Union. In a speech he delivered in Brussels last week Mr Bukovsky called the EU a “monster” that must

Posted in Politricks, Someone Clever Said, The Facts, True

Law-abiding majority 'is a myth'

The offences admitted to would be subject to various penalties More than six out of 10 people regularly commit crimes against the government, their employers or businesses, research suggests. Keele University researchers said it showed petty crime was rife among

Posted in The Facts, The Law, True

THX-1138 leaks into the history of now

A Big Party in Amsterdam: The London Underground Jubilee Line: The theatre of noise is proof of our potential: And, in the history of now: Changeable. Alterable. Mutable. Variable. Versatile. Moldable. Movable. Fluctuate. Undulate. Flicker. Flutter. Pulsate. Vibrate. Alternate. Plastic.

Posted in omw!, Told You So, True

The outrage that is ContactPoint under attack

James Meikle Friday June 22, 2007 The Guardian Misuse of an electronic database holding sensitive information on 11 million children in England could lead to millions of breaches of security each year, it is claimed today. Privacy campaigners and independent

Posted in Home Schooling, Insanity, NIR, Privacy

BLOGDIAL receives Thinking Blogger Award

We have been tapped for the Thinking Blogger Award by Dare to Know. Special thanks must go to Alun, Meau2, and all our regular contributors past and present. You really are and have been the best. Other blogs that make

Posted in Beautiful, People, Yes yes yes!

The final straw

330,000 users to have access to database on England’s children Family campaigners raise concerns over security Index is intended to avoid another Climbié case Lucy Ward, social affairs correspondent Monday June 18, 2007 The Guardian A giant electronic database containing

Posted in Home Schooling, Insanity, NIR, No no no!, Politricks