Where are all the feminist protesters other than grandstanding?


I have never been “in tune” with the feminazi who have inflamed America and swarmed across the globe. From celebrities to ordinary women they have virtue signalled ad nauseum whilst ignoring the plight of billions of women, young and old typified by this little girl in Nepal. She’s just 7 years old but looks somewhere … Continue reading Where are all the feminist protesters other than grandstanding?

What I learned about blogging this month


A bit of a well worn title, especially from an “ancient blogger”, but I deliberately set out to learn something a few months back to infuse this blog with a bit more .... oomph! Blogging tips, how to improve your blog, how to get more followers are often somewhat impersonal and idiosyncratic, but this post … Continue reading What I learned about blogging this month

Is this the worst example of virtue signalling from Nepal?


Nepal has one of the worst education records in the world, poor infrastructure, an outmoded curriculum, incompetent and politicised teachers, virtually no classroom resources, hopeless school management, and parent communities who see little or no benefit in sending children to school. Factually, one third of a million children are “out of school”, {313,289}, and around … Continue reading Is this the worst example of virtue signalling from Nepal?

Oxfam are not solely to blame!


Charitable donating is an emotional activity, an act of conscience, feelings, care, hope! It is not a cognitive, rational, logical act, because logic tells us that only a minority part of our donation is used to benefit the intended recipient. We also know that the larger and more international the charity, the smaller is the … Continue reading Oxfam are not solely to blame!