Peckham | Another day, another murder

30 12 2010

So with a day to go, the Capital’s yearly count of murder is now 19.  Now of course, to blame all of these atrocities on a certain section of the population would be foolish although there it does seem to affect some people and some areas more than others.

Three people are being held by police after a teenager with gunshot wounds died and two others were knifed on a London housing estate. (Sky News)

And the other 18…

:: December 25 – A 15-year-old boy is found dead in a bath at a flat in Manor Park, Newham, east London, on Christmas Day. Two people have appeared in court charged with murder. The identity of the boy has been withheld.

:: October 27 – Marvin Henry, 17, is fatally shot in the chest during a suspected gang fight in Mill Hill, north west London. Three people were later charged with murder.

:: October 23 – Samuel Adelagun, 16, is killed by a single bullet wound to the chest when he was attacked by two men wearing balaclavas in Plaistow.

:: September 7 – Promising footballer Rio McFarlane, 18, of Camberwell, is killed in a drive-by shooting in Peckham.

:: July 4 – 16-year-old Ailton Campos De Oliveira was fatally stabbed in the street in Denbigh Road, Newham, in the early hours.

:: July 2 – 15-year-old Zac Olumegbon is fatally stabbed in the chest as he is ambushed as he arrives at Park Campus School in West Norwood.

:: June 1 – The body of Samuel Ogunro, 17, is found in a burnt-out car in Jowett Street, Peckham. He had been shot.

:: May 8 – Polish builder Marcin Bilaszewski, 19, suffers fatal stab wounds outside Finsbury Park Tube station. A 33-year-old man was charged with murder.

:: May 5 – Nicholas Pearton, 16, is stabbed to death after being ambushed by a mob armed with knives, bats and sticks at a park in Sydenham, south-east London.

:: April 23 – Carpentry student Charlie Wright, 17, of Eltham, south London, dies from a gunshot wound to the face in Greenwich.

:: April 18 – Wesley Sterling, 16, known to friends as Solem, dies after being repeatedly stabbed in the chest outside a birthday party at Croydon Sports Arena.

:: April 14 Student Agnes Sina-Inakoju, 16, dies from a gunshot wound to the neck after a shooting at a fast-food takeaway in Hoxton Street, Hackney.

:: April 3 – Student Aliza Mirza, 18, of Ilford, east London, is fatally stabbed in the neck in Manor Park.

:: March 27 – Godwin Lawson, a 17-year-old aspiring footballer from Enfield, is stabbed to death in Hackney.

:: March 25 – Sofyen Belamouadden, 15, from Acton, west London, is stabbed to death by a mob after being chased into a booking office in Victoria station.

:: March 4 – Jessie Wright, 16, of Islington, north London, is found strangled to death in a derelict yard. Zakk Sackett, 19, was charged with murder.

:: February 19 – Olukorede Fajinmi, 17, is fatally stabbed outside the Showcase Cinema in Beckton, east London.

:: January 13 – Rapper Isschan Nicholls, 18, of Poplar, east London, dies after being stabbed in the stomach and leg when youths clashed in Bow.

The toll does not include the death of 12-year-old Ajit Singh-Mahal at his home in Barking, east London. His mother has been charged with murder.  (24dash.com)

Oh what a wonderful vibrant sectarian society we live in.  Who do I send my thanks to again?

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Cricket | Tribute to the Lions

30 12 2010

Even though I cannot stand the game, like to congratulate the English Cricket team with some Aussie humour from an assumed embarrassed Kevin Bloody Wilson.

Always nice to stuff the Aussies.  Friendly rivalry mind, not like the bloodbath’s that accompany other adversaries.





Merry Christmas 2010

25 12 2010

The 12 Days of Winter

(Modern Version)





Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas

25 12 2010

For something soppy (or sentimental if you prefer), click HERE

For something rude (definitely not for kids), click HERE

 





Clueless | St George the Darkie

20 12 2010

“Church leaders want to reclaim St George’s Day from the far right – with a street parade led by a black puppet of England’s patron saint.

Clergy at Manchester Cathedral believe the BNP and English Defence League have ‘hijacked’ the religious festival.

And they plan to fight back with a festival of puppets and poets on Sunday, May 8.”  Manchester Evening News

And what are they working from?  This piece of trash…

It looks nothing like a dragon!!!  More of a kangaroo.  Who painted this crap, a child???  And what is the failed asylum seeker doing, freeing the beast!?!  Dragons in Christian texts represent ‘Evil’…  is this some kind of sick twisted joke???  Or has PETA decreed it inhumane to depict the death of a mythical creature and demanding this change???

Mind boggling.

Alas, back to the abandonment of the English…  Considering that the BNP and EDL contain Britons, the former probably containing more genetic Britons than the latter, surely the BNP and EDL haven’t “hijacked” anything.

Also, seeing as anything English was abandoned by the CoE and the State, you could say St George was rescued by the ‘evil’ far-right.

Of course, seeing the enemies of their multicult dreamland appropriating a symbol that has represented Our people far longer than any King, political party or ideology is unbearable to the destroyers of Britain and so, it is only now they wish to sing the praises of St George in an effort to stem the welling of resentment.

Too little, too late.





UK | The ingredients…

16 12 2010

and how to spoil the mix

Imagine a lump of dough.  Nice, white, fluffy dough.

Now, you bake that for a lil’ while, let it raise naturally while keeping a watchful eye, and presto, you have some nice biscuits.

But what if we add some more butter to mix?  Maybe a few raisins too?

Okay, we’ll put that in the oven for a lil’ while, and mmm, we have a nice buttery and raisin cake.

But what if we put loads of butter in and hundreds of thousands of the raisins?

Sure, why not, isn’t like I’m running out of imaginary dough.  There we go, we’ll pop that in the oven, and tell you what, imaginary gas is still imaginary expensive so we’ll put em on high and take it after a few minutes instead of the lil’ while.

Now, considering that the raisins have clogged together and the loose butter have demoralised the texture that once held it altogether.

In other words, what Britain’s immigration policy has been since 1948.





Mmm | Practical solutions to fairytale problems

14 12 2010

Being unemployed I have plenty of time between bouts of begging for work and petty shoplifting for pondering life’s bigger problems.  Of course, being as poor as a Church dormouse, I haven’t the facilities to pontificate and investigate these ideas and considering I’m perhaps the worst salesman in the world, I could never prostitute myself before the Dragons on that God-awful but damn addictive Beeb show.

Enough of the waffling, down to the brass tacks.  Also, please note that my technical expertise comes from reading manuals so I’m not professing to be Einstein here, hopefully someone else can put it together.

The energy crisis.

Exercise bikes hooked onto a pulley type system which could multiply the output to run a small generator.  Imagine hundreds of thousands of these things hooked into the grid.  Possibly could be a paid scheme open to all with a 50 watts equals a penny prize.

True People Green Power that also promotes individuals to improve their health and physical well-being.

Global Warming:  Specifically, rising sea levels

Considering the success of underwater tunnelling and the very impressive man-made islands of Arabia, we already have the tools to extract large amounts of mass from the ocean floor to the surface.

So with a little modification, considering the warmists insist that sea levels will rise, why not begin a construction project of taking large tracts of the seabed?  We can then use materials gleaned from the bottom incorporating it into our raw resources.

Overpopulation, Land and Employment creation

No two-ways about it, we even start concreteing over our Green and Pleasant Land, or we start to look at technology.  And no, I’m not going to cease breeding to ‘save the planet’, in fact, the more upstanding Britons, the better, remember, we’re a Global Minority, and according to some UN reports, there are more gays in the global population than us Anglo-Saxons.

Now, I’m not suggesting we do it the Arabian way and make fancy sandy islands, oh no, we are the land of Brunel, MacIntosh, Wren, Stephenson and Bell…  we will need something much more grander.

I suggest reclaiming the coastline with vast batteries of floating habitats, offices, water treatment and purification plants and even corporate industrial complexes with their energy needs all aided by the natural bobble of these structures to power water pump turbines that sit below.

The benefits would be outnumber any detrimental effects caused by such a developement.  One of the least important reasons for this enterprise is if indeed the water-levels are raising, it would be wise to encourage some of the population to live upon the waves, just in case.  The economical reasoning behind it is if land is expensive, surely we should be doing everything to increase our ‘portfolio’, and apart from annexing Normandy (we do have a legitimate claim to it after all), employing many to construct new land would be a lot safer than conducting Operation D-Day again.

Another benefit, and this would be the unique location atop of the ocean, where it would be possible to ‘farm’ all types of seaweed efficiently for use in fuels and medicines (I’m sure an extract is used some medicines).

An environmental benefit is the cover it can provide for all manner of life, which means increased fish which means cheaper Cod.

Hope you enjoyed these ideas.  But be warned, if I ever see said projects taking shape, I’ll be expecting a dedication (and perhaps a kickback), although even a name drop of the blog would do, God knows I could do with the hits 😉