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Katie Hopkins OFFICIAL:

OMG. Another utterly terrifying day at the Omicron coalface


I’m in the masquerade packed B&M shop this morning. As per always, except once, maybe twice, round here, the only one in whatever shop, without a MK and an arse in between (‘mask’ if you don’t get it). The store is playing Christmas music…one comes on that I hadn’t heard before, an upbeat swing, could have been Dean Martin, but wasn’t. The hook in the chorus is “It’s Christmas 1984” – I was grinning, punching the air, and almost cheering out very loudly as more lyrics poured out to the damned the situation… but it looked like not one other person in the shop clocked it. Bulging eyes, grim disposition, they just shuffled in their automaton lines around the aisles casting a steely glare as they came anywhere near me. Right now I can’t find it on line. Anyone got a link to it?


Jean Seaton 7th May 2018: Reading 1984, George Orwell’s claustrophobic fable of totalitarianism, is still a shock. First comes the start of recognition: we recognise what he describes. Doublethink (holding two contradictory thoughts at the same time), Newspeak, the Thought Police, the Ministry of Love that deals in pain, despair and annihilates any dissident, the Ministry of Peace that wages war, the novel-writing machines that pump out pornography to buy off the masses: Orwell opened our eyes to how regimes worked.

The Ministry of Truth Balanced Reporting Fuck it, the BBC:

Why Orwell’s 1984 could be about now


Andrew Lawrence:



Melbourne Awakening:

Brave Doctor does the right thing and speaks truth | Melbourne


Dollar Vigilante:

Here is Why Nearly Everyone Has Gone Covaids Insane for Christmas


No colour is this wind


James Corbett: What was the last thing you bought? A stick of gum at the convenience store? A meal out at your favourite steakhouse? A new vacuum cleaner from the department store? A new car?

And how did you pay for that purchase? If you’re like the majority of people, chances are you paid for it with a card or some form of electronic payment. Consumer card transactions surpassed cash payments for the first time in 2016 and—now that Apple Pay, Venmo and other forms of electronic payment are being used in more and more places—cashless transactions are only becoming more and more common.

How to Win the War on Cash


Awaken With JP:

How Liberals Are in Denial About What’s Going On


British Fairies: British faeries have a curious and contradictory relationship to humans’ ability to see them.

On the one hand, the faes are not infrequently associated with springs and wells that have the power of curing defects and diseases in human eyes.

Vision & Visibility in faery lore




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