Notes from a small island that's being fucked over, bigtime.

Transsexuals should cut it out (repost of censored article by Julie Burchill)


This article is by Julie Burchill, not me (Frank Fisher), and was originally posted here, before the Observer took frit at the ire directed by censorious Lefties including govt minister Lynne Featherstone, and took it down. If Ms Burchill would like me to withdraw her article from my site I shall of course do so; if the Observer would like me to, they can go piss up a rope


The brilliant writer Suzanne Moore and I go back a long way. I first met her when she was a young single mother living in a council flat; she took me out to interview me about my novel Ambition (republished by Corvus Books this spring, since you ask) for dear dead City Limits magazine. “I’ve got an entertaining budget of £12.50!” she said proudly. “Sod that, we’re having lobster and champagne at Frederick’s and I’m paying,” I told her. Half a bottle of Bolly later, she looked at me with faraway eyes: “Ooo, I could get to like this…” And so she did. Read more »

Fuck you, Shami Chakrabarti

She’s a totemic figure to many claimed liberals, and most on the Left, she even entered a loose alliance with David Davis back in his campaign against detention without trial, but ye gods Shami Chakrabarti gets on my tits. Read more »

“What happened in Captain Mainwaring’s time couldn’t happen now”

That’s a Crown Court judge, explaining that the British people need to understand that they have fewer freedoms today, than during a state of total war.

As if we weren’t already aware of this.

BBC: 18 years of screeching ‘racist murder’ can’t prejudice a jury, but one Tweet can?

Laughable hypocrisy from the BBC today, in a lather over Joey Barton (apparently he is a footballer) tweeting that John Terry (yes, another footballer) should have admitted that he called Rio Ferdinand (yes) a ‘fucking black cunt’. The issue is controversial because Terry faces trial for this. Leave aside the foul injustice of facing a criminal charge for calling people names, and focus instead on what Barton is meant to have done: assumed Terry’s guilt, and published that, potentially influencing a future jury. Read more »

The Stephen Lawrence convictions are an affront to justice

I feel like I did when Diana popped her clogs – the odd man out. The country appears to have gone crazy again. Once again, it’s an unpopular position – within minutes of posting a ‘WTF?’ comment on the Telegraph site, I got a mail telling me I was a racist prick. Well, I don’t think I am, and even if I was it wouldn’t change the facts – this is an unsupportable verdict Read more »

Mendonca vs Paxman: what the actress said to the bigot…

Christmas University Challenge has a bit of a dingdong going on; not the scraps between graduates of Warwick, UCL and a dozen other British universities, but the regular opening squabble between Warwick’s Carla Mendonca, and Jeremy Paxman. She’s an actor, says PC Jezza in his introduction, complying with the BBC’s politically correct style guide, I’m an actress, says Mendonca, star of ‘My parents are aliens’, complying with the English language. Read more »

British media controlled by alien mothership stationed beyond the Kuiper belt

That’s the only possible explanation for the consistent time lag our crap media has between reporting a ludicrous version of events that only a simpleton would believe, and finally coming around to something closer to the truth that on-the-spot witnesses and interested observers suggested at the time… Four days it seems – assuming the alien communications are bound by the speed of light limit, that puts them around 250 astronomical units out – well beyond the Kuiper belt but inside the Oort Cloud. Read more »

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Cameron’s gamble: Britain ‘isolated’ in Europe, or independent?

Stunning news from Brussels. The shock on BBC presenters faces says it all – Cameron actually did what he told us he was going to do. And a nation reels. But there are two questions…
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If you’re a juror on the Stephen Lawrence retrial, stop reading now…

That ought to do it… Being mindful of the UK’s insanely restrictive laws regarding  sub judice, and what can and cannot be published while a trial is taking place, I’ve held off writing about this, but it now appears that witnesses at the trial have covered similar ground, so I think it’s time everyone else had the same briefing… Read more »

Screeching power to truth…

Listening to the Today programme this morning, reporting on the latest trillion euro THEFT as if it was a good news story, rather than dictatorial governments stealing from their people, and their peoples’ future, to toss billions to bankers and speculators, it was apparent that the BBC’s main problem is that their leading lights are stupidRead more »

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