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BDSMTag Clip – Two Books – And The Edinburgh Riots

BDSMTag Interview

Pandora Blake  posted this week of her visit to a  German BDSM lobbyist group’s (the BVSM) conference in this post BDSMtag. At the conference she had an interview style presentation with the cooperation of LUDWIG. The interview was recorded and you can see it here. To enlarge click “Watch on YouTube” or press your Ctrl button and use your mouse scroll wheel to enlarge this blog.

(Note – The clip starts in German but English is spoken after the brief introduction)

If you can read German, more info is available at BDSM- und Fetisch-Tag.

The Spanking collection launch announced

The Spanking Writers (Abel and Haron)  have announced, in this post “The Spanking Collection” is coming soon, that the book “The Spanking Collection” will be launched on the 31st of August. It is a collection of short stories, from multiple authors and all proceeds from this book will be donated to charities, especially Cancer Research.

Erica Scott’s book is out

After several delays Erica Scott’s autobiographical book, Late Bloomer, is at last available to the public, as announced in this post This is IT, kids. It is available from Late Bloomer or Late Bloomer.

The Edinburgh riot

Unlike the English Police, who blamed social networking for the spreading of the recent riots and therefore are trying to use them as an excuse to control and censor social networking sites, The Scottish Police monitored social network sites and used information gathered to stop riots breaking out in the first place. Well done Scottish Police and major FAIL English Police. So Scotland did not see the same scale of violence and looting that was seen in England. However, as the following clip proves, Scotland did not totally escape the rioting.

Anarchy on the streets of Scotland!


8 responses »

  1. I live in Edinburgh. That rioter will be hunted down like a dog and stuffed into a haggis bag. With all those witesses walking by there must be someone who recognises him.

    I think the police said that gang leaders used stuff like Twitter to direct their followers and so they were able to stay one step ahead of the police.

    There arent any simple reasons for what happened. Most Scots (and I imagine most English were bemused by what went on) and for whatever reason there never seemed to be any prospect of rioting north of the Border. Maybe our gangs hadnt stolen enough Blackberries

    • I think that a lot of the “reasons” that I have heard on the TV, so far, are based on preconceptions of the people coming out with them. The true reasons will not become clear until proper studies of the rioters are conducted.

      One thing is clear. There was a huge potential for the riots to break out in Scottish towns and cities but this did not happen. The reasons for this need to be studied as well. Sometimes it is wise to know what went right, as well as what went wrong.


  2. Thanks much for the news of the world regarding this thing we do, but even more for that shocking display of Scottish depravity, Prefect.

    A haggis bag is too good for him, however. Defenestrate the rascal!

    Sorry. I have a lot of Scots ancestors, and we tend to be passionate.


    • OK I’ll admit that I had to Google “Defenestrate” to find it’s meaning 🙂 Yes throwing rioters out of windows might be an effective punishment for their crimes. Perhaps you should suggest it to the UK courts.


  3. Thanks for reposting the interview clip Prefectdt!

    I’m interested in the means used by Scottish police to prevent rioting… do you have a link to where you got your information from? Haven’t seen anything about it elsewhere and would appreciate the chance to learn more.

  4. Thank you so much for the shout-out, sir. 🙂


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