Monday, December 14, 2009

Recommended Reading

Here is my latest recommended reading list.

Please note, I do not necessarily agree with these posts and articles, however I found them sufficiently interesting to warrant a recommendation:

Charlotte Gore thinks we should abolish Socialism.

Prodicus says that Labour are finished, and even Joanna Lumley as leader could not save them.

The Times says the EU has granted the CIA the power to look at all of our bank accounts.

The Tap has two video's from Copenhagen one where a band of youths invade a meeting he Lord Monckton is attending and so brands them the Hitler Youth, and the other for the day after when he confronts the group the following day.

And finally, Plato has the graphs that argue the hockey-stick Michael Mann graph.  Fighting graphs with graphs it seems.


Update 11am: Amended - my fault, poor typing... as discussed in the comments


tapestry said...

Sorry Prodicus, Lord Monckton is the hero of the videos. I am safely absent from Copenhagen in the Philippines, but the intensity of Monckton's recation certainly makes you feel as if you are there alongside him.

tapestry said...

woops. daniel, I mean.

Just woke up!!

Daniel1979 said...

Sorry yes, that is poor typing on my behalf I left out the "Lord Monckton" bit, which is rather crucial to the whole point of it... I will update that line now.

Daniel1979 said...

PS - I also thought he (LM) did a good job with putting them in their place, not a pleasant set of circumstances to have been in. It goes to show, this group of youngsters are clearly well motivated (and well intentioned, if naive) - but they should themselves question what they are doing and the methods they are using.