Greenland

Orson Welles Talks Touch of Evil, James Cagney & Jean Renoir

Anthony Hopkins Talks About Laurence Olivier

Revisiting the Brook case

single sex spaces

There is very little case law about single and separate sex services and gender identity. Only one case has been litigated since the Equality Act 2010 was enacted.

In 2014 Halifax County Court awarded £1,500 in damages to S Brook, who was refused access to the women’s toilets of a pub and then barred after complaining.

The case is what is known as a “first instance”, which means it wasn’t appealed and did not create a legal precedent (legal precedents mean that court must follow decisions of previous decisions of the same or higher court in cases that are similar in relation to the facts and the legal issues).

No transcript of the judgment by Judge Miller is available. Nevertheless it has been reported as a “landmark case”and has been influential. It is leaned on heavily by those who argue that self-declared “gender identity” gives someone the right…

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Pure Unbridled Chaos: Why Unreliable and Intermittent Wind & Solar Destabilise Power Grids

STOP THESE THINGS

The more intermittent wind and solar get added to the grid, the greater the risk that their chaotic delivery of power will wreck it. By which we mean the delivery of an entire ‘system black’ – of the kind that Australia’s wind and solar capital, South Australia became world-renowned for.

Depicted above – courtesy of Aneroid Energy – is the output delivered by Australian wind power outfits to the Eastern Grid so far this month.

Spread from Far North Queensland, across the ranges of NSW, all over Victoria, Northern Tasmania and across South Australia its entire capacity routinely delivers just a trickle of its combined notional capacity of 7,295MW.

Collapses of over 3,000 MW or more that occur over the space of a couple of hours are routine, as are rapid surges of equal magnitude, which make the grid manager’s life a living hell, and provide the perfect set up…

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Naomi Seibt’s Talk At The Heartland

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

This is the 19 year old girl that the German state is so afraid of.

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Lost on woke @JacindaArdern @AOC @Greenpeace @Greens @NZGreens

Women In Uniform Countdown

But @BernieSanders repeatedly said immigrants lower wages @AOC?

Jerry Stiller on being cast on Seinfeld

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