mercury increases homosexuality

Often the most potent bits of information are in those short and compact messages in mainstream newspapers, those that nobody reads, except in cases where severe boredom gets people to read over newspapers a few times.

On page 2 of today’s Daily Mirror is a message putting forward results of scientific research having found that male birds that drank water polluted with methylmercury turn gay. I think the vital ingredient is the mercury and not the methyl. Why I bother writing about his is the fact that human babies and children have immunisation jabs, which are include a preservative  substance called mercury. Humanity has seen a huge increase in homosexuality in recent decades, ever since we’ve increased immunisation programs in the western world.

Dickhead

is what I thought when I read Tony Parsons’ resume about Keith Macdonald. But the Dickhead in my view is not Keith Macdonald but Tony Parsons who takes pleasure in almost graphically describing Mr Macdonald’s reproductive organs as meat and two veg.

Again a mayor newspaper has to lower itself to belittle parents who get support from the state to raise their family. People who are the most helpless and vulnerable in our society and do nothing wrong in the eyes of the law. In fact the government likes people having children because if we all lived like some big earners then the population numbers would drastically drop.

Now to the morals. One can discuss the morals of course but its not like as if all wage earners are excellent examples in that department and are not exactly role models because they do not live model lives themselves. So what is it with Tony Parsons, why can’t he keep his mind on his own Sunday dinner instead of telling us what Keith Madcdonald has on his plate or in his pants.

Having children these days is not a question of money, as we live in a welfare state, the state subsidises those brave enough to have children without a wage but those who earn often do not want to get married and have kids and rather do other things instead. If we had a situation, in which all wage earners had 2.4 children, instead of living any which way they like themselves, I would give Tony Parsons some credit but because things as they are, I don’t.

Money is  not the law, Mr Parsons and not having a job cannot be blamed on the jobless but on the employers that don’t give them a job. We cannot force anybody to give a job to all who need it.

Mr Parsons calls all parents on benefits beady-eyed spongers and looking at his photo he is the one who is beady-eyed. I am so really fed up with the constant belittling attitude some wage earners publicly pronounce against those who have to struggle to raise their children and make the best of what they’ve got. It doesn’t give tax payers the right to rubbish parents just because they earn a wage and others don’t.

It’s just that those victims of publishers like Mr Parsons have no legal remedy available to them, that people like Mr Parsons write the most disgusting comments about struggling families and parents who have to live on very little. Is it any wonder that with such hateful attitudes in the public sphere Britain came at the bottom end of child-friendly countries in a study of the UN. See also HMRC targets tax-payers with Swiss bank accounts.

Somewhere over the rainbow

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The Sunday Mirror’s political editor Vincent Moss is going fishing in a paper boat that is about to be sunk. According to the latest ICM poll the Liberals are to expect more votes than Labour in the next general election, pushing Labour into third place.

David Cameron strikes me as someone in the middle of the road who tries to get everyone under his umbrella.

On 30 June 2009 David attended the event “Pride at the Paramount”, a celebration of gay pride, and in the Sunday Mirror we read that David Cameron is impliedly best friends with people like Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who said, according to the Sunday Mirror, homosexuality would lead to the “downfall of civilisation”. Is it a qualitative or better non qualitative trait of New Labour and reporters of Labour friendly papers that they indistinctly exaggerate to produce false impressions?

If we dig deep enough we’d find that probably even Vincent Moss once in a while says something that is unwise or not quite fit to be printed. Maybe a distant relation knows someone who had at some time something to do with some kind of crime like most of us do or knows someone who knows someone who knows someone else who is a member of an undesirable organisation.

Again and again we hear the Conservative distance themselves strongly from the BNP, to the point that even Boris Johnson said, during his election campaign that he doesn’t want any votes from BNP members and now the Sunday Mirror tries to create an impression that David Cameron wants to be best friends with Polish right-wingers.

Its’ a little bit far fetched, isn’t it!

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