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First They Came For The Falklands….

December 7, 2008 at 12:13 am

From a newspaper which used to be known as the Daily ToryGraph but now shills on a daily basis for the Labour Party, we obtain some very disturbing news. In 1982 the icebreaker HMS Endurance was withdrawn from around the Falkland Islands. Although not a front line ship its withdrawal […]

Faster Than A Speeding Tax Increase, Able To Leap Tall Campaign Promises In A Single Bound.

December 5, 2008 at 3:33 pm

The image is shamelessly acquired from Free Republic (not on my daily must-read list but I should probably drop by slightly more frequently than I do). The article sparking this post off was John Hawkin’s Before We Carve Barack Obama’s Face on Mt. Rushmore which is well worth a read. […]

Letters From a Tory – a recommendation

December 2, 2008 at 9:06 pm

It’s been surprising that I’ve not clicked on Letters From A Tory’s website before – and even more entertaining we come from the same side of the aisle we don’t agree on most things. We have grumbled in our exchange of blog posts but we are basically on the same […]

The Legacy Of Herod

November 30, 2008 at 9:32 pm

This is probably the most disgusting present you could give to anyone for Christmas, but trust me, as you’ll see from the sources, it’s genuine: an abortion. In the U.S. an organisation called Planned Parenthood, which in past years has promoted a “Choice on Earth” abortion campaign during the Christmas […]

The Royal Gibraltar Regiment in Gambia

November 30, 2008 at 2:14 pm

This post is combined from a variety of articles, posts and news articles so not my original work, but, all together, they deserve a much wider audience than just in Gibraltar. In sweltering tropical conditions members of the Gambian Armed Forces are being trained for a peacekeeping deployment to Darfur […]

Japanese Prime Minister Says It As He Sees It

November 30, 2008 at 1:43 pm

In these days of Political Correctness this story from Japan gives me a strange sense of hope. Whether he is right or wrong (and I don’t know much about Japan) we should all be pleased that someone in his elected position felt free to say something like this out loud. […]

Terror in Bombay hits close to home.

November 29, 2008 at 9:11 pm

Much has been written about the dreadful events currently unfolding in Bombay. There’s not anything I can add as an Op-Ed which hasn’t been said more eloquently elsewhere. However sometimes these things take on a personal note. Many people are good friends with some of the MEPs caught up in […]

Keep it in your trousers please.

November 29, 2008 at 1:56 pm

The Eye likes to cast its gaze over trivia as much as the burning issues of the day, hence this bit of fun. The always indispensable Croydonian often publishes polls which genuinely defy belief and he has continued this fine pattern with a survey of our Gallic neighbours “Is the […]

“Baby, It’s Cold Outside….”

November 27, 2008 at 4:55 pm

Following on from my previous comment about helping the military, I return almost at once with a disgusting tale of neglect by the MoD who, to be fair, are only puppets of their LieBour masters. HMS Glasgow was my father’s ship and is currently in Pompey rusting and awaiting being […]

Support Our Troops

November 27, 2008 at 4:05 pm

The All Seeing Eye comes from proud military stock and is always humbled by the service given by others. Hence a suggestion to my small yet loyal band of readers – please consider buying this calendar. Only GBP7.99 and every penny goes to charity*. The charities are Combat Stress (an […]