Saturday, December 19, 2020

She Didn't Win

Hey, I'm not saying this isn't good news, but like Ace says, how did we ever get to the point that judges were required to specifically rule that people's free speech rights include the right to not participate in a mentally-ill man's Gender Cosplay Fantasies?

Who voted for that?

This is a classic case of the process being the punishment. This case has been going on since 2018. I mean, it's great that the courts finally ruled the right way, but it's not like she even got a nice trophy or a winner's rosette. She's had two years of official harassment and now she's won the right not to be harassed anymore. 

Meanwhile, who lost?

Not the professional activist weirdo who wages lawfare on his critics

Not the police officers who routinely ignore actual crimes but decided to pursue this lunacy.

Not the prosecutors who ran with a completely ludicrous interpretation of the law.

Not even the judge who acted as though she was a philosopher queen unconstrained by your Earthling laws:
In February this year radical feminist Miss Scottow, 40, was handed a two-year conditional discharge, and ordered to pay £1,000 compensation, with district judge Margaret Dodds telling her: 'Your comments contributed nothing to a debate. We teach children to be kind to each other and not to call each other names in the playground.'
At risk of stating the obvious, there's nothing in the law about being'kind' and no requirement for any comments to contribute to a debate - otherwise Owen Jones would be on Death Row. 

It's not a small thing when a judge invents an absurd standard out of thin air to close down debate. A judge who makes the law up as they go along is like an accountant with his hand in the till. If calling a fat guy in a bad wig 'he' is worth £1,000, how much should an activist judge be fined? 

Thursday, December 17, 2020

Failure Is Not An Option - It's An Opportunity.

Say, did someone say conspiracy theories keep coming true?

At this point, I'm pretty sure that if Godzilla attacked Brighton then the Covid Cultists would cite it as a reason for even tighter mask mandates. 

No, there's no reason why a giant monster should be deterred by people wearing face nappies, but at least we don't have ever-increasing numbers of monster attacks running in parallel to ever-tightening mask mandates so, you know.... wearing Anti-Monster Cloths is still more scientific than anything these Covid Cult has come up with. 

Meanwhile, back in the (increasingly less) real world, it turns out the utter failure of Boris Burkhas to achieve much of anything means we need moar burkas!
Wearing a face mask while shopping for Christmas presents may slow the spread of coronavirus scientists say. 
Current rules only require the coverings to be worn inside shops, with many quickly ripping them off as soon as they step back outside. 
But leading experts have now urged Brits to keep their masks on in crowded outdoor spaces, such as packed high streets.
'Experts' is doing a lot of work here. 

Professor Melinda Mills, a sociologist also at Oxford University, added that Briton was an outlier in insisting masks should only be worn inside - and not outside in public.
'When we looked at the data in June, there were 71 countries who required everyone in public to be masked,' she said.
It's the science of sociology, you guys. If only there was a branch of mathematics which could allow us to look at how infection rates vary between countries with different rules!

I'm sure she might have mentioned the possibility of checking this out but she had to rush off as she's got some time booked on the new 8 Trillion Watt laser in the Sociology Labs. 

Isn't that just special though? These people have spent months telling us tO lISTEN tO tHE eXPERTS. Meanwhile, when it comes to tightening the noose everyone's an expert. Hence the appeal of the Church of Covid - simply adopt their absurd mantras (as propagated by the Government, huge corporations and 90% of the media) and you too can be hailed as a fearless warrior for the public good. 

Monday, December 14, 2020

"Alexa: What Is Today's Example of An Alleged Conspiracy Theory Becoming Current Policy"

OK, technically it was last week, but still: here we go again:

Britain will remain in some form of lockdown until at least March despite the roll out of coronavirus vaccines, Professor Chris Whitty has warned. 

The chief medical officer said not enough Brits will have been inoculated against Covid-19 over the next three months to keep the most vulnerable out of hospitals.

He urged people not to let their guard down now a jab had been approved, saying it would be 'really premature' and 'absolutely the wrong thing to do'.

Who could possibly have seen that coming?

Not the MSM anyway - and not just because they were all partying with Kay Burley. 

But at least the lockdown should help, right?

People in Wales have been 'strongly advised' to not spend Christmas with family members they don't live with after infections surged by 65 per cent in three weeks.

Say, wasn't that the home of the super strict lockdown? 

Why, yes, yes it was:

.Wales is already under a stricter lockdown than England, with pubs and restaurants required to close from 6pm and a nationwide alcohol ban across all hospitality venues. 

It was a lockdown but not the right type of lockdown, apparently. 

You know, you'd have thought they'd have pointed that out at the time, not waited until the whole of Wales went through it then claimed they totes knew it would fail, you guys.

That's the thing. There should, ideally, be several differences between a senior scientist and Madame Zelda what does the astrology column in the local rag, but the big one, the key one, is that scientists are supposed to make actual, *testable* predictions. What they predict will either come true or it won't. 

Meanwhile, the common theme in our nation's descent into madness has been scientists shouting that The End Is Nigh, then after the fact explaining that we got lucky and the virus was shot by a second gunman on the grassy knoll. 

Seriously, has anyone heard any of these guys admit that, maybe, kinda, their models weren't so useful after all? Nope, it's science but the type where you don't update your theories no matter what happens.

You know, that kind of science. 

Look at the mask mandates. The rules keep tightening and the cases keep going up.... which just proves the rules need to be even tighter. There are literally no results of mask mandates that could not be used to justify further tightening: cases down, it works! Cases up? We need more rules! 

This is not science, it's the literal opposite of science. If your theory stays the same no matter what the results are, you're not actually doing science. 

Honestly, next to these guys even Creationists in Kansas look credible. I mean, have you ever seen an actual, living dinosaur?

Thursday, December 03, 2020

Cuckservatives Find A Dung Heap To Die On

Hey, I'm so old I remember when the cuck wing of the conservative movement couldn't go five minutes without talking about the vital vitalness of 'electability'. Once Fat Dave started his reign of error in 2005 there was no stopping these people from lecturing everyone on how important it was to ditch any actual conservative policies in pursuit of electoral success. Actual conservatives had to get with the program, you guys, and realise this wasn't the hill to die on (where 'this' meant any actual conservative policies whatsoever). 

Well, it turns out a funny thing happened just recently: I believe the technical term for this is an 'open goal' where are the squishes? If winning votes is your thing, deporting homicidal lunatics would seem to be just the ticket.

Hey, free clue wets: there's a reason why it's the crazy wing of the Labour Party which has taken up this cause while Sir Keir is busy hiding under the stairs. Labour could always introduce a manifesto commitment to protect the rights of Persons of Homicide but, strangely enough, they're happy to outsource it to Mr Justice Crazypants and the rest of the unelected freaks on the bench. 

Nope, the non-insane parts of the Labour Party know they're juggling nitroglycerine. Deporting felons is not just the right thing to do (duh) and also a vote winner (duh), it's also the perfect example of why people gave the Tories an eighty seat majority in the first place. Nobody voted for violent lunatics to be given an Access All Areas pass to Britain, it was just one more thing the snoot class managed to sneak into law via phony baloney, non-adversarial lawsuits between activist lawyers and pro-open borders government departments.  Now, at last, the left is being forced out of the closet and made to stand up and state openly what they've always believed ('Open Borders Uber Alles'). 

I don't think it'll go well for them... except the cucks seem desperate to let them off the hook. As Meatloaf would say, they would do anything for electability, but they won't do that. Everything else is up for grabs, but deporting killers? That's just so dreadfully suburban!