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AI Wokery

18th February 2023 1

It is rumoured that AI is censored to promote woke ideas. There is a story that somebody designed an AI bot called DAN with extreme right wing views on race, homosexuality, immigration etc, which gave ‘the wrong’ answers when asked such questions as, ‘Do illegal migrants commit more crimes than legal migrants?’ ‘Are women women, or can a woman be … [Read on]

It’s no picnic being Middle Class

18th February 2023 3

It’s no picnic, being middle class. We belong to what is the most envied and despised subculture on the planet. While economists often attribute political instability to the developing world, particularly South America, to the failure of the middle class to become established, the left are inclined to blame the same people, the ‘bourgeoisie’, for all the ills of society. … [Read on]

Autism for All

16th February 2023 9

The Salisbury Review Magazine: “Opinionated, Rude, Right Wing and Wrong about Everything – but Right,” is due out in the 1st week of March. Buy the paper or digital copy and realise it is not you that is mad.  Autism for All  Between July 2021 and June 2022, the number of patients with a referral for suspected autism receiving their … [Read on]

Fifty Years On: Brexit Under Threat

31st January 2023 9

Fifty years ago, Britain joined the EEC (European Economic Community). Much was made then and since by Europhiles, who claimed Britain should have joined much earlier, and by many others that by then we had joined much too late. Of course, Britain did try to join earlier, in 1961, not long after the EEC was formed in 1957. And then … [Read on]

How the myth of a ‘free’ NHS kills.

3rd January 2023 7

Imagine a free airline that sets no limit on the number of passengers that can board an aircraft. There would be crash after crash. Would the public be content to watch a jumbo jet in flames almost every week? It is exactly what is going on in the NHS, with 500 patients dying each week for lack of attention. The … [Read on]

Whitehall’s sneering contempt for us

2nd January 2023 2

“Matthew Rycroft,” reported the Daily Telegraph on the 29.12.22,  “the most senior civil servant in the Home Office during the failure to tackle the surge in small boats crossing the English Channel has received a knighthood in the New Year Honours,” The article went on , “Mr Rycroft has overseen major backlogs in dealing with passport applications and defended the right of … [Read on]

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