Leftarded Fallout | They cannot make up their mind

9 01 2011

With the media circus that has flared up around the issue of certain sections of society preying on defenceless children, the Left do not know where to look.  As Rod Liddle points out…

A bizarre report on the Asian child abuse court case on the BBC last night, which spent most of its time attempting to exonerate the Pakistani community as a whole, including clips of Pakistanis saying “actually, we probably shouldn’t abuse kiddies” and a white child abuse campaigner saying hey, look, it’s not Pakistanis who are the problem, etc etc.

This was broadcasting as a form of crowd control; undiluted propaganda. The fact is that some Pakistani men think it perfectly ok to abuse white girls and there are still gangs out there right now doing so. When Nick Griffin mentioned this fact, many years ago, they tried to prosecute him. When Radio Five covered the story five years ago they were eviscerated for it.

The praise the Left give towards Wikileaks verges on Sainthood, yet God damn those who expose any non-approved fact.  The indignation they display to the public to counter distasteful information stresses the concept of Controlled Media.  All this fallout amongst them shows just how vain and contradictory their ideals are.  And so, they are lashing out at anyone who might try to make political capital out of it, be racist, even the beloved Stooge of Labour, Straw Jack!

Most telling though is the one man you’d think the Controlled Media would be trying to hose down would be Nick Griffin, currently lending a hand to Derek Adams campaign in Oldham.  Instead, we have his views regurgitated, twisted and manipulated by those apologists and appeasers.

A recap of what has so upset the meeja darlings from the spectrum I’ve found are running with; Former home secretary says gangs of Pakistani men see young white girls as ‘easy meat’ (Independent);  Jack Straw, the former home secretary, has sparked a fierce row over his claim that some British Pakistani men regard white girls as “easy meat” for sexual abuse (Telegraph);  Labour MP Vaz says it is wrong for former home secretary to stereotype entire community over sexual assault case (GulfNews)

This is where I despair at all the criminologists.  The majority of crime victims, no matter what the crime, be it robbery or rape, are usually chosen for their perceived weakness and wrongs.  And the ones doing the choosing are by a large, opportunistic degenerates whose only resemblance to bravery happens when in a gang (or getting the Police or Armed Services to do it).

However, with rape and other sexual offences, it doesn’t help if the Koran advocates treating non-believers as fair-game.  Nor does if help with the constant promoted degradation of women by the Satanic Gods in the Meeja Industry (From Hollywood to Fleet Street).

It would be wrong to isolate this as an immigrant problem, yet the biggest immigration problem is that whenever they have a problem, it’ll be oppressive to point it out.

See where I’m going.  The problem is POLITICAL CORRECTNESS in a MULTICULTURAL environment.

They keep going around and around in circles asking is this the result of one thing when it is a combination of many aided by Cultural Marxism disguised as Political Correctness.

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Never forget what Harriet supports!

Never forget what Hodge was head of!

The enemy is not outside the gates no more.  They were imported here by the Enemy to divide us, making it easier to destroy Our Heritage and replace it with a New World Perversion.

Just say NO!

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Earth PLC | Whose in whose bed

5 06 2010

Considering that every class and creed of people have their own favourite watering holes, it is surely no different for the Political Class.  Like celebrities like to hang around with fellow celebrities, so do the powerbrokers.  Problem with the powerbrokers meeting under Chatham House rules means the unmentionable is not only mentioned, but discussed in such a manner to make it seem as trivial as brushing ones’ teeth.

A wonderful snippet from the Daily Wail’s Tony Blair bashing piece gives us a link between the Gaddafi clan of Libya with the Eurocratic Club in the EU along with the supervision onf their bankers.

The social web that connects the rich and powerful

Saif Gaddafi sits at the centre of a remarkable social web that has ensnared both Tony Blair and Lord Mandelson.

The men are bound together by their interests in Libyan business and their friendship with the multi-billionaire financiers of the Rothschild family.

Lord Mandelson once remarked that he was ‘intensely relaxed’ about extreme wealth, a position he has justified ever since. It was only natural that he should share an interest in networking and wealth with one of the world’s oldest banking families.

But even the Rothschilds have probably never described him as a ‘killer of a man’.

That was Saif Gaddafi’s take on the former Business Secretary. After Labour’s election defeat, Mr Gaddafi said: ‘It’s bad news for the UK that he left because he is a killer of a man. It’s a loss for the UK.’

The two men met briefly last summer at the secluded cliff top mansion compound of the Rothschild family on the holiday island of Corfu.

Curiously, their stays overlapped by one night and came only a week before the announcement-that the perpetrator of the Lockerbie bombing could be released from prison.

They ‘fleetingly’ discussed the fate of the bomber Abdelbaset Ali Al Megrahi but Lord Mandelson’s spokesman said he was ‘ completely unsighted’ on the impending release.

Last November, Lord Mandelson spent more time in the company of Saif during a shooting weekend at Waddesdon Manor, Lord Rothschild’s mini-Versailles in Buckinghamshire. Cherie Blair was also a guest.

Earlier this month, the former business secretary was seen zipping around the Swiss ski resort of Klosters in Nat Rothschild’s £250,000 Ferrari convertible.

An Anglophile, Col Gaddafi’s likely heir Saif studied for a PhD at the London School of Economics. He has a £10million London home.

The International Money-Merry-Go-Round.  I wouldn’t mind so much if I got to see some of the cash, yet nine times out of ten, it is the underclass who carry the burden.

Nothing gets in the way of business, be it Libyan dictatorships or Burmese juntas.





UK | Banana Republic

25 05 2010

When observers from 11 different commonwealth nations criticize our Nation’s abilities to hold free and fair elections and make some sensible recommendations, you’ve got to worry.  The following is taken from the Telegraph so is no Daily Wail sensationalism or Leftarded Guardian defence of the matter, this is a collection of more than a few soundbites.

Britain’s electoral system ‘corruptible and open to fraud’, say Third World observers

Britain’s voting system is “corruptible and open to fraud”, according to a group of official observers from the developing world.

By Christopher Hope, Whitehall Editor.  Published: 6:33PM BST 25 May 2010

…  “There is a ‘casual’ attitude surrounding the process that leaves it vulnerable. While the system is not corrupted it is certainly corruptible.

“Trust may have been a sufficient anchor for the system in the past but while trust is good, caution and deterrent controls are better.”

They questioned whether a culture of trust at the ballot box could give rise to opportunities for abuse. Voters were assumed to be honest about their identities, ballot papers were left unattended and election officers left alone with ballot boxes.

The postal voting system was “particularly vulnerable to abuse” because there was no verification of identity when an individual applies for a postal ballot.

They were also concerned that cross-checking of ballot papers was carried out by council officers working alone.

They raised concerns over requiring a “head of household” to register all eligible voters at an address, because it could lead to people being excluded from voting.

The report called for better identity checks when people registered to vote, and when they cast their ballot at polling stations.

Centralisation of electoral roll software could improve identification by allowing the inclusion of photographs, signatures and voter numbers to improve identification.

The report also recommended that the pencils traditionally used to mark an ‘X’ on ballot papers should be replaced by indelible ink pens.

More staff should be allocated to polling stations, and security should be improved to ensure ballot papers are not left unattended.

The observers also questioned why young people in the UK did not display the same enthusiasm for politics and voting as in other areas of the world. It called for efforts to develop public engagement in politics.

They were “impressed by the culture of trust and honesty that pervaded the entire process and the calm and civilised way in which campaigning and voting and the counting of ballots was undertaken”.

The Commonwealth team included representatives from Bangladesh, Ghana, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Guyana, Malawi, Nigeria and Sri Lanka.

They visited 63 polling stations in the days up to the day of the election on May 6.

During their tour, one of the teams had “heard about bullying and intimidation”, but they found that “the atmosphere on election day was generally calm.

Last week the Electoral Commission demanded “urgent changes” to the voting system after more than a thousand people were unable to cast their ballots on May 6.

The Commission hit out at “inadequate” planning, and criticised returning officers for not responding quickly enough when backlogs built up at polling stations.

At least 1,200 people were left queuing in 16 parliamentary constituencies when the polls officially closed at 10pm, the watchdog found.

The only pluses were “impressed by the culture of trust and honesty that pervaded the entire process and the calm and civilised way in which campaigning and voting and the counting of ballots was undertaken” and the election day atmosphere “generally calm”.

The rest would make Robert Mugabe wet the bed.





DeMOCKracy | You can’t be trusted

25 05 2010

There is talk of having democratically elected overseers of the police authorities instead of the usual Government-backed ones.  I think this is a good idea due to the fact that for too long the police have been nothing more than Draconian State Enforcers.

Yet there are once again worries from the leftarded armies of doom who fear that “the change could hamper the fight against terrorism and organised crime and boost the far-right British National Party.

God forbid the British people have a choice in their protectors, especially if the Establishment’s feared enemies have a chance.





BNP | The witch trial begins

24 05 2010

Lovely NUJ-styled headline from the Telegraph regarding Adam Walker’s hate-crime trial at the General Teaching Council’s very own kangaroo court.  BNP teacher ‘described immigrants as filth’ is a blatant misrepresentation of the individuals’ view on NuBritons more worthy of appearing in the leftarded Guardian or Mirror.

Onwards with the most important bits though:

Bradley Albuery, GTC presenting officer, alleged that the postings demonstrated views suggestive of both racial and religious intolerance.

In one posting, Mr Walker claimed the BNP had risen in popularity because “they are the only party who are making a stand and are prepared to protect the rights of citizens against the savage animals New Labour and Bliar (sic) are filling our communities with”.

In another posting on the same day, Mr Walker wrote: “By following recent media coverage of illegal animals and how they are allowed to stay here despite committing heinous crimes, I am, to say the very least, disgusted.”

Another posting claimed that some immigrants hated people who were white and had western values.

And..

Mr Albuery said: “This case is not about the BNP or whether teachers should be members of that lawful party.

“This case is about the actions and behaviour of a registered teacher, using a school property on school premises in school time.”

The defence on the other hand paint a very different picture.

The teacher, who worked at Houghton Kepier for more than six years, resigned after his head teacher asked IT staff to investigate his use of the internet.

In a statement read to the hearing, Mr Walker said that he had not communicated his political thoughts and beliefs to staff or pupils at the school.

“I have always sought to bring out the best in my pupils,” he said.

“I have certainly never discriminated against an individual on grounds of race, faith or sexuality. Part of why I became a teacher is to help people overcome social disadvantage and reach their full potential.”

Commenting on the content of his postings, Mr Walker said he had been influenced by media coverage of a female PC shot dead by two illegal immigrants and the murder of British hostage Ken Bigley in Iraq.

“Looking back now I feel that I was unduly influenced by the hostile climate the media created,” he said. “This led me to express intemperate views which lacked complexity and balance.

“I should have taken more time to think about the possible offence my words might have caused and I think I could have expressed myself more carefully and positively.

“I have never condemned all immigrants or asylum seekers. My comments relate to those I perceive as coming to our country and committing criminal offences or otherwise behaving badly.

“In many cases, I cut and pasted views from a variety of sources in order to provoke debate and these were not attributed.”

Fine and dandy for the schools to stage mock shootings yet a teacher takes five minutes out of his day to surf the internet, the full force of the GTC Thought-Cops will descend upon them.

I’ll think I’ll let the kids at St Paul’s & St Micheal’s school sing us out:

Now here are schools actively encouraging the children into supporting Dianne Abbott, wannabe leader of the Labour Party.

One rule for them, another for us.  Some equality that is.





Blighted | Condem Eunification

23 05 2010

There is a fiscal crisis on the European continent with many commentators expressing delight/concern at the prospect of the EU imploding.

This is an organisation that has managed to make trillions disappear into accounting blackholes of biblical proportions, an organisation where the trillions that didn’t vanish ended up in the bank accounts of a million and one workers, contractors, mistresses and landowners.

This is the European Parliament who asked the thoughts of the Dutch, French and Irish and when hearing the unwanted, conspire to continue the project regardless.  Even then, with the Irish Constitution being the well thought-out modern document it is insisting on a referendum on the ‘new’ treaty, proceeded to use tactics more suitable to Zimbabwe.

So instead of imploding, it is business as usual.  Another manufactured crisis to call for another manufactured solution.

In politics, nothing ever happens by accident.





Blighted | High-class corruption

22 05 2010

Like my peers always told me, if you have to do something unlawful, make sure it is worth the consequence.  £500,000,000 sounds like an awful lot so no surprise that this little beauty of a scam had more than a few members of our esteemed economic rulers.

Secretive money-man Nathaniel Rothschild, his pals Peter Mangledbum and some russian oligarch profiting from the misery of poor old Blighty.  Once again.

Mandelson, an oligarch and a £500m deal over dinner that cost 300 British jobs

By Richard Pendlebury, Daily Mail.  Last updated at 10:50 AM on 22nd May 2010

Damning questions about Lord Mandelson’s role in a controversial Russian oligarch’s £500million deal which undermined British manufacturing jobs are raised today.

The former Business Secretary was a ‘valuable extra’ as a dinner guest as billionaire Oleg Deripaska entertained American aluminium executives in Moscow.

The meeting, also attended by British-born financier Nat Rothschild, resulted in a deal to sell two of Deripaska’s giant Russian-based RUSAL factories to a U.S. firm, Alcoa.

But the 2005 agreement had grave consequences for hundreds of British jobs.

Mandelson – who was the EU Trade Commissioner – was in a position to allay ‘concerns’ over tariffs on imports from Eastern Europe.

Indeed, over the following three years, they were slashed.

This prompted the dumping of cheap aluminium on the European market, forcing at least four British factories to the wall.

Within a year of the Russian deal, Alcoa closed its South Wales aluminium rolling plant with the loss of 300 jobs.

Another Welsh plant at Rogerstone, which used to be the third largest in Europe, shut two years ago with another 400 jobs lost. Plants at Falkirk and Glasgow were also casualties.

Questions were being asked last night about what exactly Mandelson told the Americans and Russians about EU tariffs.

In the past, he has denied ever talking to Deripaska about aluminium or even meeting Deripaska before 2006. His presence at the private dinner has been confirmed to the Mail by eyewitness sources linked to both Alcoa and Rusal.

Russian sources said he had been flown from Switzerland to Moscow in a private jet belonging to Deripaska’s close adviser. Rothschild and Mandelson have been friends for years.

The trip was ‘unplanned’ and made in such haste that Mandelson had no valid visa.

A source close to Rusal said that it needed the intervention of the company’s head of security, a former senior KGB officer, to secure his entry into Russia.

‘It was a big headache,’ said the source last night. ‘But Peter Mandelson’s presence at that dinner was a very valuable extra for Deripaska.’

A source close to Alcoa said: ‘We certainly didn’t expect Mandelson at the dinner, and assumed it would just be folks from Rusal and Alcoa.

‘Nat has known Oleg a long time, and he played match-maker.’

Mandelson was reported to be back in Switzerland, as a guest of Nat Rothschild, last night.

A spokesman for Lord Mandelson declined to comment on the circumstances of his attendance at the dinner.

But he stated: ‘There was no personal intervention by Lord Mandelson in his capacity as Trade Commissioner in favor of Russian aluminum company Rusal.’

Last night a senior spokesman for the EU said: ‘All (tariff) decisions are taken in full transparency.’

But he added: ‘I am totally unaware of this meeting. I suggest your first port of call should be Lord Mandelson himself.’

The article continues with a handy little special investigation containing the following titbit:

The Rothschild family’s holiday villa is on the island, and Deripaska’s super-yacht was moored offshore. That August, Mandelson and the then Shadow Chancellor George Osborne enjoyed the hospitality of both.

The luxury jaunt had a nasty aftermath, however. Osborne and Mandelson – who had just left Brussels to become Gordon Brown’s Business Secretary – began briefing against each other about what had been said or done during the vacation.

Amid the claim and counter-claim, it became clear that the Mandelson-Deripaska association predated Corfu by several years.

But Mandelson did not want the world to know.

I’ve come to the conclusion that we haven’t elected protectors but selected our auctioneers.  Instead of Lord Mandy overseeing the sale the baton has been passed onto young Osborne, although I’m in little doubt that Oleg’s investment capabilities will be protected.

Woe’e me.