Category: Law and order
Freedom rang but did not reign
It probably goes with out saying that ‘these are very troubled times’. I stare into the abyss. Oh dear – I risk being diagnosed again! All existentialists are to be diagnosed with some mental disorder, I imagine. This is the way of the world today. And yes – mental ‘health’Read More
A fairy tale of lies
Some will become obsessed with the video below, and unearthing my supposed underlying motivations for posting it. I well know that others will invoke their own suppositions which will form their reality foisted up on me e.g. “you’re just obsessed with her.. don’t tell lies!“. I’ll leave that right there, cuzRead More
There’s a virus among us!
In case anybody thought they were gonna get a lecture with references to facts and figures, I state now – as I’ve done several times in the past – that I’m not here to spoonfeed anybody’s ass! I’ve been very silent on the COVID-19 virus until now. I’ve been watchingRead More
Wilful blindness and fear – no power except moral authority
At the outset, I shall not be spoon feed everybody’s ass (as they say in America)! Wilful blindness is exactly what the words mean. Some needing references and to ‘understand’ basic English shall start here. The concept is also known as ‘wilful ignorance’ and grew out ‘ignorance of the law’Read More
Morally lost and confused?
The President of the United States of America has been described as “morally lost and confused“. This is what Christianity Today said, calling for Donald Trump’s removal. Just to be clear (JTBC), this is their opinion. Did I say this was my opinion? I did NOT! Did I imply thisRead More
Impeachment and stupidity!
I know that I’ve touched on how intelligent people can be stupid, but today was a brand new experience in that same direction. Right – the situation was that I was sitting at lunch among ‘folk’ who I know the average intelligence quotient of the group was around 120. [GeniusRead More
The meaning and importance of privacy
In the UK the law is not only made up of Acts but by Regulations, which then drills down to quasi-legislative codes of practice. The DPA Acts deal with data and privacy relevant to individuals in two main ways. I’m not in a mood to give a lecture on thisRead More