Saturday, January 24, 2009

Let's CC all our emails to Jacqui Smith

I was invited to join a Facebook group called Let's CC all our emails to Jacqui Smith Day.

"No government of any colour is to be trusted with such a roadmap to our souls": Ken McDonald, former head of the CPS.

The government has unveiled plans for a private company to run a "superdatabase" that will track all our emails, calls, texts, internet use and so on. This is an immense infringement of civil liberties, not to mention a major risk to our private data - but it won't make us any safer. The sheer amount of information that the Government intends to collect will be impossible to analyse properly and will undoubtedly turn up false positives while missing potential security threats amongst the morass of spam emails and private chat.

Read more at:

So, for one day, we should send a message to the Home Office - "you want to see our emails? OK then, here they are then!".

***Please do not ask the date as it has not been decided! You will be told as soon as I know.***

We do this by simply cc'ing or bcc'ing every email we send (and if you like, forwarding every email you receive), regardless of importance or content, to

That way Jacqui Smith and the Home Office will be able to see how difficult it will be to get on with their actual work - keeping our country safe - when they're trying to monitor every harmless private thing we say and do.

***Please invite your friends if you have joined and spread the word!***

Fantastic idea. But not just for one day. Let's do it permanently.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Good news of the week

Nothing changes. Forty years of Cultural Marxism is fighting against a million years of Evolutionary Psychology. Which one is your money on? Whenever the chips are down, it is men who step up. Everyone knows that.

A remarkable man came to the fore this week in New York. My congratulations go to him.

Great article by Anne Coulter

I saw a this today and had to bring it to your attention.

how about considering the one factor more likely to create a murderer than any other? That is the topic we're not allowed to discuss: single motherhood.

...controlling for socioeconomic status, race and place of residence, the strongest predictor of whether a person will end up in prison is that he was raised by a single parent.

However the numbers are run, single motherhood is a societal nuclear bomb...Imagine an America with 60 to 70 percent fewer juvenile delinquents, teenage births, teenage suicides and runaways, and you will appreciate what the sainted "single mothers" have accomplished.