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posted by Patrick Crozier 3/18/2003 03:41:00 PM


Telegraph mole strikes

It seems that the Telegraph has a "mole". How else can one explain the following words in an editorial:

"Most of the young men who carry and use guns in Britain are consumers or dealers in drugs. In that sense, any crime in which they carry a gun is therefore "drug-related", to use the fashionable term. But it would be more accurate to say the crime is "drug law-related". If drugs were not criminalised, dealers would not need to carry guns any more than brewers or distillers would feel the need to be armed today."
posted by Patrick Crozier 1/03/2003 11:16:00 PM


CrozierVision Word of the Day

Endarkenment - comment on Samizdata.
posted by Patrick Crozier 12/15/2002 07:35:00 PM


Looks as if it might make a comeback - in the US of all places.
posted by Patrick Crozier 12/15/2002 01:43:00 AM



It seems it's not just the Americans who have a Second Amendment. We Brits do too and it goes all the way back to the Glorious Revolution. See this letter in the Telegraph
posted by Patrick Crozier 12/03/2002 06:16:00 PM


Vandalism and graffiti at Hiroshima's Peace Park

This is not a misprint. Asahi Shimbun
posted by Patrick Crozier 12/01/2002 05:40:00 PM


The fire strike - don't blame the unions

The firemen (don't expect me to use the virtue fascist term "firefighters") have kicked off an eight-day strike. The Evening Standard (and I am sure a whole host of other worthies) have chosen to single out the unions for blame.

Poppycock. It is the sole responsibility of the government to provide firefighting services. If it fails to do so then it is it (the government) and no one else who is at fault. If they find that they can't sack striking firemen then that is again their fault for either signing no-dismisal agreements or making such action illegal (I am not sure which, if any, applies in this case.)

I think (but I am damned if I can find the quote) Enoch Powell once described unions as "pure as the driven snow". He was right.

In expectation of an obvious comment... Yes, I know ultimately it is our individual responsibility to provide ourselves with fire-fighting services. I do not know if it would be legal or not to do so but the fact that the state usually provides one and taxes us for the privilege tends to crowd out the alternative.
posted by Patrick Crozier 11/22/2002 07:21:00 PM


Another instalment of holiday snaps. I always like to know what a city looks like. These were taken in Tokyo on 10 October.

posted by Patrick Crozier 11/22/2002 06:49:00 PM


Crime: what London can learn from New York

Excellent article from the Telegraph
posted by Patrick Crozier 11/21/2002 05:25:00 PM



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