Posts tagged with ‘shame’

Updating Sites to Newer Technologies

September 1, 2017

Website Updates For some time now websites that I run have been running WordPress.  I’ve been using it since version 1.2 I think, so quite a lot has happened in this time.  It is currently at v.4.8.1 Themes Initially, themes had the appearance of user guidelines that had evolved for (say) the first decade of […]

The End of British Law – They’re All In It Together.

March 20, 2013

UK Legalises Retrospective Law Enforcement No wonder they’re all smiling In an astonishing move, HM Government has now enacted a law that allows any government (because it’s now part of case law) to sentence someone for breaking a law that didn’t exist at the time they “committed” an “offence“. Worst of all, our dear labour […]

Assange Given Ecuadorian Asylum

August 16, 2012

Assange Given Ecuadorian Asylum – but what next? This is the full text released by Ecuador for their reasons for Assange’s successful application.  See original text at the end. But What is to Happen Now? For now, Assange will have to stay in the Embassy.  Ecuador has asked for assurances about his safe passage, but […]

Laws are like sausages — it is best not to see them being made: Mercenary Guidelines for a Better World

March 4, 2011

Guidelines for a Better World Laws are like sausages — it is best not to see them being made.  Perhaps I should re-phrase this as: The Rules of Law and International Diplomacy are like sausages — it is best not to see them being made It’s a strange world out there.  Two recent political events […]

Long Live Wikileaks!

December 6, 2010

Long Live Wikileaks! These images will take you to the current IP addresses of Wikileaks. It follows on from my earlier help to the organisation here when a bunch of Swiss bankers mysteriously managed to influence “independent” judicial decisions in America. The fact that I even have to do this is an abomination on the […]