Saturday, January 30, 2016

Adolf Eichmann and Iain Duncan Smith


Their similarities 

The banality of Evil

Giles Fraser 

Wrote this article which contained a
description of Eichmann and his justification for
the actions he carried out and why he believed 
was innocent  of any personal muderous intent. 
Just a mere functionary do his leaders bidding

 In her famous account of the trial, the philosopher Hannah Arendt described Eichmann as a small-minded functionary, more concerned with the managerial hows of his job than the moral or existential whys. According to Arendt, Eichmann wasn’t a man for asking difficult questions, he just got on with the job of managing timetables and calculating travel costs – thus her famous phrase “the banality of evil”.

 Irrespective of the accuracy of Arendt’s disputed portrait, the importance of her account was that it expanded our moral grammar of evil. She persuaded many that moral evil did not need to have all the central-casting Gothic intensity of a horror movie. Evil could be ponderous and bureaucratic. It could be the work of a desk-bound pen-pusher whose emotional range didn’t extend much towards hate and who didn’t particularly care for the sight of blood. But this estimation didn’t fit with what a lot of people wanted to find. Which is why some felt that Arendt was letting Eichmann off the hook.

Putting aside  Godwins theory can anyone deny this fits Iain
Duncan Smith like a glove . A man ? who can carry out the 
most evil deeds to his fellow citisens with no more thought 
than if they were a colony of ants.

A man who has caused and is causing the slow pain filled deaths
on many sick and vulnerable citisens  at the behest of
his party leader he will say no doubt,

In all honesty I do not imagine he gives one momentary thought 
to the evil of his handiwork

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Jackie Baillie

Our heroine 
the one the only 
Hammer of the snp
clever loyal and
the best msp at

able and more than
willing to hold the snp
liars to account.
 showing them to be the 
hypocrites they truly are
and thats why the snp
and their  cybernats
hate and despise her.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

A Bunch Of Migrants

Cameron says
problem is he thinks  the same way
about most of the people within Great Britain .

a bunch of migrants

a bunch of migrants 
a bunch of migrants

And here is where Cameron sends a bunch of migrants

a bunch of migrants 

My old bette noir (see tris  froggy speak) Alex Salmond
sometime first minister spoke on LBC down the old  smoke
about this and on this Alex was RIGHT !

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Labour risks another election 


(Mad )Frank Field says 

 Former minister echoes Michael Dugher and pollster Deobrah Mattinson’s concerns that the party has failed to learn its lessons

 Election 2020 



 The Blairite project fear proceeds ever onwards the

end of the civilised  world is certain under Corbynite rule

The Blairites ask are we willing to lose in 2020 ?

There are levels of survival we are prepared to accept. 

to get a labour party we can support and  respect