https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnbiVw_1FNs This something of a Notebook Post, for now, The sheer amount of Data and analysis on the Dominic Cummings Blog is a Treasure trove and one really wonders where to start. 1https://dominiccummings.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/20170130-referendum-22-numbers.pdf People paid little attention to the renegotiation and did not really start tuning in until the last 3 months … Continue reading Going Globul, Political and Tech Ignoramuses. Bad Boys of Brexit and the Idiocy of Molly Scott Cato and the PC Academic Left. Heat is work and work’s a curse M: And all the heat in the universe M: Is gonna cool down, M: ‘Cos it can’t increase M: Then there’ll be no more work M: And there’ll be perfect peace D: Really? M: Yeah, that’s entropy, Man. #ConquestofDough #Brinononon
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Mistah Kurtz—he dead.
A penny for the Old Guy
We are the hollow men
We are the stuffed men
C) Government institutions (national and international) within which they operate, and which select people for senior positions, tend to have reliably poor performance compared with what we know humans are capable of doing. Westminster and Whitehall train people to fail, predictably and repeatedly. The EU and UN do not have the effectiveness or legitimacy we need for international cooperation.
In The Hollow Men I, I set out a long view of the failure of British elite decision-making since the 1860s. In 2014, it is particularly appropriate to consider the fact that during the entire period of 1906-1914, the British Prime Minister, Foreign Secretary, and the senior military leaders had one proper meeting (23 August 1911) to discuss the interaction of foreign and military policy, and in particular what Britain would do in various scenarios involving a German invasion of France via Belgium, and the unresolved issues from this meeting were left hanging until disaster struck in July 1914.
‘SciFoo’ 8-10 August 2014, the Googleplex, Silicon Valley, California.
On Friday 8 August, I woke up in Big Sur (the coast of Northern California), looked out over the waves breaking on the wild empty coastline, munched a delicious Mexican breakfast at Deetjen’s, then drove north on Highway 1 towards Palo Alto where a few hours later I found myself looking through the windows of Google’s HQ at a glittering sunset in Silicon Valley.
Man at the centre of Brexit TV drama is a political strategist like no other, says its writer
When Dominic Cummings found out he was to be the central character in a high-profile TV thriller about the Brexit campaign, he was suspicious. James Graham, the playwright behind the Channel 4 drama, said he “understandably had to persuade him it wasn’t a stitch-up job.”
so yeah how did Dominic coming this20:12house for knowledge of this how did he20:14completely avoid the YouTube trap so the20:17guys got a double first ask me from20:19where they opted oh okay beach or20:20something yeah and the first thing he20:22did after graduatingheads up to Chaffers.
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I am all for Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Not because he is the long-sought Messiah, but because he just might wind up causing an organised resistance to the very things that Prime Minister Boris Johnson would represent. The British disease needs to get worse before it stands any chance of getting better.
Freddie Gray (a bloke with whom I briefly worked in the Naughties, and like) opined at The Spectator this morning that, given the commanding lead Boris Johnson has after the first Conservative leadership ballot, the Party should stop faffing about and just give him the job.
I couldn’t agree less. This, of all moments in our recent history, is now the time to see democratic justice being done: Boris should keep pounding on until he has beaten every last ruse to stop him, then go on and get seven times the votes of any other candidate…
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