Category Archives: Integrity

Just Because: The Broken Souls

I’ve posted a couple of videos and articles on Muffled Vociferation while Sue’s been away but I just want to put these three videos from The Spirit of Ireland on record here as well. They need donations: a fiver, a tenner, or whatever you can spare. This speaks for all of us, not just Ireland.

The Spirit of Ireland

Ireland will not be broken, and neither shall we.


>Remembrance Sunday: For The Fallen


>Voice Of America

>Wish I’d found this for 4th July. Suck on this Britain’s Labour lefties and Sarkozy & Co:

H/t: It don’t make sense

>A Falklands Remembrance

>2 April 1982 – 14 June 1982

UPDATE: Sadly, no Ministers or Royals could spare the time to attend the official Memorial Service in Pangbourne this morning. Perhaps if Obama had been there?

>A Welcome Demise

>Bye Bye Labour Party
Tomorrow’s Sunday Telegraph has an ICM poll which shows that for the first time in 22 years Labour has polled lower than the LibDems when voters were asked who they would vote for in a General Election. Cons 40%; LibDem 25%; Labour 22% – Others 13%.

Good, I hope it’s true and not a one-off – perhaps we’re not drowning after all. Goodbye Labour, the party of international socialists, marxists and those who give ‘sordid prostitutes’ a bad name. And just wait until this comes to wider attention.
Goodbye you nasty b*stards – please don’t write.


>I just wanted to see this word once more before it’s completely forgotten and disappears from public service.
Integrity: in·teg·ri·ty play_w2(“I0177000”) (n-tgr-t)


1. Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.
2. The state of being unimpaired; soundness.
3. The quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness.

[Middle English integrite, from Old French, from Latin integrits, soundness, from integer, whole, complete; see tag- in Indo-European roots.]

>They Owe it to Us to be Trustworthy

>Well worth reading, from EU Referendum.