Summer’s Here And The Time Is Right For … Vandalism!


Passengers trains on the Liverpool Street – Southend line will currently see a lot of the following:


As the weather gets warmer, the trees blossom and come into leaf, the birds sing in the morning time and urban dopes plan and execute a selfish and destructive form of self-expression.

What a pity one couldn’t sentence them to have the same done to their domicile, except with images they’d detest: holy icons, or excerpts from the criminal law code.

Or just to have paint spattered on their best clothes. That would be educational.

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Irish Sexual Pervert Marriage Referendum – A Plebiscite For Unreason



This man is the Prime Minister Of The Republic of Ireland. He claims to be a Catholic. He believes in an “energy or spirit [that] is around”. ” … an energy, a force, an almightiness there that is certainly beyond my reach”. ” ..I can’t see it as a person or as a being.”

He is reported as admitting that he doesn’t pray, but does go to Mass, to “communicate with that spirit”. His faith is “… my God, and my God is that energy and power that I feel”.

In other words, he is a pagan who was baptised Catholic.


This is a man, who dresses as a woman. He is a sexual pervert, who evangelises for his perversion. He is HIV positive. He promotes that which has given him a very serious disease.

He makes a poor sort of man, in the sense of being useful in a crisis.
He is a caricature o...

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Calvary – A Terrible Film


I borrowed this film from the local library. I’m glad I only spent a quid to rent it (yay inter-library loans!)

How bad is it? Let me count the ways.

Plot: Stupid. It centers on an anonymous pentitent threatening to assassinate a priest, on an appointed day. Priest goes to his bishop about what to do. Bishop says “it’s up to you”.

Dialogue: The film starts with a disgusting, insane line uttered in the confessional and continues in the same vein; unrealistic, stilted and unimaginative e.g. the local Irish make cynical and insulting remarks to a girl, in her presence, about her obvious signs of having attempted suicide. As ye do.

Costumes: No Irish priest has worn a cassock since the 1960s.

Characterisation: The cast play a strange set of foul-mouthed, cynical, urbane people somewhere besid...

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Rosary March Barracked By Pro Abortionists Stratford London E15 09-05-2015


I was walking home todat after a Breakfast Special, at Best Cafe in the Inshop in Stratford Mall, about 11.30am. I saw cop cars in the Crescent, where St. Francis’ Church is.

The police were peacekeeping at a demonstration by a small pro-life group, which was kneeling outside the Church. The rosary-reciting group were being ‘battered’ by the sonic efforts of the pro-abortion group. The latter were banging pots, blowing horns and whistles and singing pro-abortion songs. They were largely female.

Pro-lifers: singing hymns and reciting the rosary.
Pro-abortioners: trying to put them off, essentially.

Quite bizarre: women protesting to shut up people praying against Women’s Right To Kill The Life Inside Them.

On balance, who do you think, dear reader, finds favour with God?


If you don’t b...

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