Someone is determined to spread a virus called Luhe.Fiha.A. That was the one in the multiple bank transfer notifications from Barclays. Then I had seven notifications that I had to appear in court, all with different case numbers and all set for 10 am tomorrow in the ‘Court of London’. All pretended to be sent by someone called L. McNamara of the Scottish Court Service, but really came from various Yahoo accounts. I’m pretty sure the courts don’t use Yahoo email. All the attachments had that virus.
Now I have six MMS notifications with a ‘picture’ attached, all with the same virus. Needless to say, I have not opened any of them.
Watch out for those though. If the idiots manage to realise that sending six or seven at a time, within a few minutes, is a dead giveaway, they might manage to get one through. Although it doesn’t really matter if they do because the antivirus quarantined all the attachments as soon as they arrived.
Okay, I’m trying to avoid saying it but here goes.
There. I said it. I will probably never say it again.
He says that the banning of smoking in private cars is ‘illiberal’. Yes, this is the same Clegg who declared that even thinking about amending the smoking ban would be like bringing back hanging. Naturally, he is being denounced by the press as a smoker and therefore quite, quite mad.
Actually it seems that his return to smoking has allowed his brain to function once more. Oh, he doesn’t care about us, he doesn’t care about illiberal laws, but he can see this law for what it is. Electoral suicide.
Incidentally, has any news source pointed out that this is a law created by Labour, the only one of the three not in government, and passed by the Lords who were not elected by anyone? It’s something I’d have thought Cameron would have mentioned. He’s supposed to be Prime Monster, not Moribund.
It’s Moribund’s activities that interest me. Why is he pushing for a police-state measure that is likely to accelerate Labour’s decline into lost-deposit land? Is he really as stupid as he looks? No, surely not. Nobody could be.
Put this together with some other observations. Apprentice barrage balloon Prescott hated the House of Lords and said he didn’t want to go there, and then he accepted a peerage. The tailed and fanged Mandelstein is in there, as are a lot of others who wanted to see it closed down. Mandelstein declared that the public would give the wrong result if we were allowed to vote on Europe. He is many things, but he is not an idiot. He must have known how that would sound.
If the House of Lords is inventing laws based on the propositions of the only party not in government, then if there were a vote tromorrow on whether we should close down the House of Lords, I think it would be a close run thing. A few more of these cases (they have yet to make up their own laws on booze and food) and there will be people calling for a vote
Maybe this is about more than smoker-bashing, although they do enjoy that.
Labour would love to get rid of the House of Lords. Are they doing it from within? It’s how they wrecked education…
But Clegg saying something sensible? I’m going to have to have a little lie down.
Bet he can’t do it again.