Straw Jack | Trees and Acorns

9 01 2011

Mr Straw is coming into some flack due to his utterance that Pakistanis see white infidels as easy-meat.  The Meeja are determined to muddy the waters and refuse to see the main fault.

It is the constant and willing collusion between those who proclaim themselves defenders of the truth.  The Government, the Police, the Media, even Charities were in on the act.

If they are willing to mislead us on these important issues, how on Earth can we even begin to trust them on the small issues.

Multiculturalism and the fragmentation of society into large semiautonomous groups have reverted Britain back to the tribal mentality that Pax Britannia had once stemmed.

Each new tribe has a new rulebook, each has their own outlook and it was inevitable that after being allowed to abuse British hospitality in other areas, it was only a matter of time before they pushed into other abominations.

When do we say enough?  Do we wait until we begin to experience what Congo does?  If that is too far from you, have a gander at Norway.  Should we wait until that then?

Jack Straw is from a family of  arseholes.  From his perverted brother to his dopey son, the man is a charlatan.  Slagging off the English one minute, slagging of the Joey’s next, the man has no loyalty except to his controllers.

And people vote for this shite?  They must have had a right old chuckle when they gave the plebs the vote.

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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!





Ed West and Johnny Cruddas | A love story

6 12 2010

Miss West and Miss Cruddas share a romantic meal by the Thames at the world-renowned (and cheap compared to the Ritz) Harvey Nichols restaurant atop the London skyline, with fine own brand wines loosens the lips for a tantalising political broadside.  The result of this passionate affair is a quick person-promotion piece purporting to show Labour’s Old Skool MP John Cruddas as the second coming…  yet fails spectacularly.

The man who wants to save Labour’s soul

The Church fell out with Labour under Blair. Catholic MP Jon Cruddas speaks about why the people’s party lost its faith

Considering the above is in the little known Catholic Herald, Mr West sought to promote the article via his Telegraph blog, where after reading the following section, I could punch John on the nose;

“The far-Right party has always warned that Barking and Dagenham would end up with the same demographics as neighbouring Newham or Tower Hamlets.

Funnily enough, when I suggested this would happen to Cruddas, he replied simply: “I agree.” We were talking about the effects of people being driven out of inner London by housing benefits changes, but it’s hard to deny the biggest cause of this change will be Labour’s immigration policy.

Still, at least they won’t have to worry about the BNP in Barking and Dagenham for very long.”

Yeah, sure John and Ed, the benefit changes are to be blamed for the ever-increasing White Flight…  even though White Flight is 30 years older than the not-yet-implemented Benefit Reforms and was a reaction to mass importation of anything and everything alien moving next-door…   some people have their heads shoved so far up their own rear ends, I’m surprised they can’t smell the shite they proclaim.

And the last line from Mr West;  If the borough becomes another Tower Hamlets mini-Islamic Republic, of course he won’t, he’ll be swapped for a Muslim then parachuted into another Labour Donkey safe-zone.

The comment section is well worth the read if just to reassure yourself that you’re not the only one fuming at this fawning attempt.  In fact, I think I spent more time reading well-versed retorts than I did reading Ed’s bullcrapping articles.  And to think I used to look up to you Ed?  Whoring yourself out for a little extra coin…  times must be tough.

Kudos to a fellow patriot for the head’s up.





Ouch | Good comeback if ever I’ve heard one

3 12 2010

Kudos to Maid of Albion on this gem of a video, which shockingly shows a politician, albeit an Austrian one, giving both barrels to the Turkish State.  Of course, the poor Turks will hold this up for the lack of tolerance but Ewald Stadler hits the nail on the head and I salute him for it.  And the way he puts to shame his fellow MP (sadly, didn’t catch his name).

To see the video on YouTube and leave a comment, click HERE.

For a picture of the murdered archbishop Luigi Padovse, click HERE.

And once more, let us peer into the cultural ad religious differences between the West and Islam.

…The West has by now a long tradition of secular democracy, freedom and human rights. The Islamic world is still not conversant with such concepts. It has not even ushered in to democracy; and there is no concept of secular democracy or human right in this part of the world.

Europe has undergone a long struggle against the Pope and the Church to win its right to criticize. The religion as propagated by the Church, the freedom of its press and certain other fundamental rights. There was a time when the church did not tolerate any criticism or deviation from its theology which had the status of divine injunction. Deviationists were severely punished. Even by death or by burning them at stake. Religious persecution had assumed serious proportions.

Since the West had won the rights against the Church after great sacrifices, it is not prepared to give them at any cost, and considers them almost, as sacred as the religious injunctions. It was because of this that philosophers like Bertrand Russell wrote a book like Why I am not a Christian and ridiculed in this book many doctrines propounded by the Church. Several books and articles were written attacking even Christianity and continue to be written even today. Recently a book has been published which questions even existence of Christ. The author quotes several documents to prove that Christ never existed and what church preaches is mere mythology.

Whether such a state of affairs is desirable or not is a matter of values to which one subscribes. Today in the West, especially in Europe freedom, secularism and human rights have status of what religious doctrines had in the medieval age. And in democracy these rights have to be ensured without which democracy may lose its meaning. Now it can also take extreme forms e.g., right to ridicule, right to mock at authorities, and political cartoons often make a caricature on mock at the false claims of political authorities.

Political cartoons are frequently used to ridicule political leaders. Now the question is whether cartoons can be drawn to ridicule religious leaders or not, and if so, can one draw cartoons of founders of religions who are held in high esteem by their followers? It is of course a matter of ones perspective. Many would insist that it is sacrilegious to draw such cartoons and some would insist it is part of ones fundamental rights.

Salman Rushdi too insists on his right to ridicule religious authorities, and mocks at Gabriel and Prophet’s (PBUH) wives. The West defended him saying it is part of his human rights or fundamental rights. Western culture as it has developed over the last one century, promotes even sacrilege as part of ones rights as people in the West insist sacrilege is the ultimate right in democratic culture.

It was for this reason that the West defends persons like Salman Rushdi, or Danish cartoonist who mocked at the Prophet and showed bombs in his turban. When Muslims protested more papers in European countries published these cartoons in support of the right of the cartoonist. This led to even more protests in Islamic world. Similarly Taslima Nasreen is perceived as one who is persecuted by Muslims and she is projected as a brave woman who must be accorded warm reception to appreciate her courage and fortitude.

When Muslims protest, the Western media dub it as act of “fundamentalism” and “religious fanaticism” and condemn it as unbecoming behaviour of enemies of media freedom. The West emphasizes on individual rights, and ‘individual is at the centre of all rights’. There is no concept of collective rights in the Western culture. In democracy individual enjoys all the rights available in the constitution. Also, there is concept of separation of church and state which is quite central to secular democracy.

We would now throw light on what prevails in the Islamic world today and why there is such sense of confrontation between Western values and values prevalent in the Muslim world today. The West, instead of outright condemnation of these acts, must try to understand value system of the Islamic world. This value system is undoubtedly more feudal than democratic. Individual rights are subsumed in community rights. There is no concept of full-fledged human rights.

Religion is sacred and divine and above any criticism including all its social and cultural traditions. Love and respect for tradition are universal and beyond the pale of any criticism. Often vested interests exploit this situation to their advantage and put many practices not remotely religious, also beyond pale of criticism. Even governments, declaring themselves as Islamic, try to shun criticism.

Once you declare something as ‘Islamic’, it becomes so difficult to criticize it and all sorts of vested interests, particularly the rulers, pass off their mis-governance also as ‘Islamic’. Add, to these, low levels of secular education, and the picture becomes complete. There is hardly any awareness among Muslim population of the real issues. Also there is no open society and democratic governance.

As there is no democratic governance, there is no concept of human rights. Any such concept is limited to a few intellectuals who cannot air their views publicly. In one International conference in Morocco a couple of years ago, I met several Arab intellectuals who were highly critical of many traditional practices and autocratic governance in the Arab world. It gave me great pleasure…

I’ve copied what I think is the most interesting bit but perhaps for its proper context, the beginning and more from a ‘Islamic Intellect’ (stop sniggering, Arabs did invent the zero afterall), should click HERE.  Forewarning though, it is a long read and it is hosted by the Muslim Parliament of Britain’s (how inclusive) website, yet in general, it just goes to show that friction rather than cohesion is the only possibility when two ways of life collide.





BNP | Battle of Barking

2 12 2010

An honest review from a commentator named Overlord of the ‘Battle of Barking‘ documentary by that recently aired on More4.  Found this in the comment section at the bottom of the drivel Benji Wilson sprouted.

I watched the battle for barking last night, and frankly it disgusted me.

The filmmaker obviously was trying to portray Hodge in the better light but honesty I think the BNP came off better.

It is true that they did come across as a bit thick and lonely, but they have genuiene grievances about what has been inflicted on this country. It seemed to me that most of the white people filmed seemed to support them. Hodge herself seemed to admit this, when she told her team to ask constituents whether they would go for BNP or Labour. If they admitted BNP, she said it was best to focus on other voters. Ignore the BNP voters.

Then the only campaigning we saw from Hodge was meeting ethnic groups either in their churches or mosques. Her grovelling in the mosque was sickening. She would talk to the odd white person on their doorstep, but the group diplomacy seemed to be reserved only for ethnics.The only time she met white people in any sort of a group was the multicultural street party in the photo above. And obviously there were lots of ethnics there too.

Some of the things she said to people about the BNP were very dodgy and bordered on lies or incitement. She told a group of Africans in church that the BNP would send every one of them home. She said something similar to a the mother and baby in the picture above. Then came a white man with an asian wife. There she did not say they would send her home but they would cause her trouble.

Then we saw groups of youths aggressively attacking the BNP with impunity. If not actually hitting them they would be shouting and swearing aggressively right in their faces. Calling them “white C###s”. Spitting at them again and again. Spitting is assault. Throwing fruit at them. A few punches were definitely thrown at the BNP too. Serious violence was only averted by the BNP constantly moving location. They were not free to stand where they chose. Much of this was in the build up to the fight that was reported in the news just before the election. That news report made out that the BNP were to blame. From the documentary it is clear that the youths were spitting at and goading them all day long.

To me the documentary showed that the establishment stoked a deliberate campaign of intimidation against the BNP. The BNP were demonized and dehumanized. Ethnic minorities were wound up with claims they would be deported, and it was made clear that the BNP were fair game for the youths. The BNP could not fight back as they would instantly be labelled thugs, and no doubt actually be arrested, unlike the youths.

The establishment media always make much of Griffin’s minders. They are used a proof of his thuggishness. However, as the documentary showed, if Griffin did not have security, he would likely be dead. And no doubt the police would miraculously have no leads on the suspects.

Some bloody democracy.

Too right, some bloody democracy.  All I saw was the State-sanctioned illegal actions of everyone BUT the BNP.  From the immigrant to the political whore named Hodge, I was sickened by the depths plunged by the Labour Party, although not surprised, and the Battle of Barking is a very appropriate title considering the amount of dirty tactics employed by the Red Machine.  From soliciting BIGGER donors to employing THIRD-PARTY GROUPS to denounce their opponents’ cause…  Labour’s campaign should be investigated by the Fruad Office.

Even worse is the official declaration (Kudos GV) of the “England doesn’t exist in the EU” malarkey.  We’re nothing but cattle, although don’t taste as good, can be milked all the same.

Another sore spot must e the Lord Nelson pub located in Brighton that will soon be opposite a Mosque due to the Somali influx, which will no doubt increase racial tension, yet do the council give a damn?  Do they fuck (source HERE).

And I wish I could leave you on a lighter note, except Brian Gerrish, the thorn in Common Purpose’s paw has loads (seen six so far) of speeches regarding that political Beast that can be found HERE.

Stay angry, one, it’s good for the heart rate, and two, it’ll keep you warm.  The more we’re nibbled at, the more difficult it will become to remain gentlemanly, and then the fireworks.  Just hope the riots wait til the summer cos I don’t fancy stepping out in this weather.

Damn, only good thing about snow is seeing the face of some of my newly arrived equatorial neighbours.  Damn, only good thing about my equatorial neighbours is their dress sense.  Come Sunday, it looks like a walking forest of bright-colored floral curtain-like wraparounds with contrasting heads poking out.  Jeez, some of ’em even smell of coconut, which is damn better than the usual BO encountered by supersized Africanoes, main reason I avoid public transport in the summer.





Irish independence | Didn’t last long

19 11 2010

What will probably go done as one of the shortest periods of independence ever experienced by a developed nation, Ireland will soon be lock, stock and barrel in the hands of the Eurocratic Overlords.  Just like the English bought the Scottish parliament, today it is the Eurocrats who are busying themselves buying the Republic’s Taoiseach.

And to think, there wasn’t even a united Ireland until the English turned up and subsequently turned them over.  Yet ever since the birth of Empire, Eire has done Her utmost to sever the ties with the rest of the British Isles, and to moi amazingly preferring to subjugate themselves to the pontificating activities of the Vatican.  Given another thirty years and another terrorist-appeasing Labour government, I would have been in no doubt that Ulster would have eventually ceded to the Republic.  All I see now though is a change in management.

I once looked up to the Republicans in their earlier efforts of minimising casualties with the half-hour warning to maximise the time allowed for the evacuation process.  Sure the effort was spurred on by the heavy-handed reply from the Special Forces to the previous bloodshed perpetrated by the IRA.  Of course, the response details which are most definitely sealed and will remain so for the indefinite future, What the IRA did find out was unless you have a terrorist-appeasing Labour government, blowing up innocents’ and off duty soldiers isn’t the way to conduct rebellion.

Shudder to think of the ‘threat’ today.  Shudder even more if I really do hark back at the old IRA campaigns as the glory days but things at least seemed more civilised back then, ya’know, before all the Madhammad Bombers of Doom from the Islamic quarter showed up complaining of how un-Islamic we are.

In honour of the passing of my grandmother’s homeland, a few pre-prepared Irish themed anecdotes:

Wee Irish boy crying by the side of the road. A man asks “What’s wrong?” Boy says “Me Ma is dead” “Oh bejaysus” the man says “Do you want me to get Father O’Riley ?” Wee boy replies”No thanks Mister, sex is the last ting on me moind roight now.”

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Man lost in a hot air balloon over Ireland . He looks down and sees a farmer and shouts to him, “Where am I?” The Irish farmer looks up and shouts back “You can’t kid me ya bastard, yer in that feckin basket!”

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Paddy is cleaning his rifle and accidentally shoots his wife. He dials 999. Paddy says “It’s my wife, I’ve accidentally shot her. I’ve killed her” Operator “Please calm down sir. Can you first make sure she really is dead?” CLICK,BANG Paddy “OK, done that, what next?

I’ll miss Ireland for a host of reasons, one of them not being Cork, that place reminded me of Croydon.  Sure there were fewer blacks and even lesser asylum seekers but the buildings similar and I still couldn’t understand a word spoken by a Corker, so sadly it’ll always be another Croydon for me.





IMF’s Strauss-Kahn | Ever closer union

19 11 2010

With a name that sounds like an electric guitar, Chief Strauss-Kahn of the world-renowned IMF has called on the leaders of European Nations to surrender what little autonomy they have left to the unelected Board of European Financiers so to avert future cash confidence crises.  Now remember that the IMF is an intergalactic organisation that can transfer, ahem, I mean transform Nation’s ailing economies into more productive industries so are not to be scoffed at.

Yet talk about twisting-arm politics.  Just so we’re clear, Dominique Strauss-Kahn said;

“The wheels of co-operation move too slowly. The centre must seize the initiative in all areas key to reaching the common destiny of the union, especially in financial, economic and social policy. Countries must be willing to cede more authority to the centre.”

Placing all our eggs in one basket, now isn’t there an old proverb regarding that???  Still, spiday’sThat would be a great leap forward… only we’re on the verge of the abyss” at least brought a sly smile to my mug.

No matter what democratic process you are subject to, the rule is the same.  Vote the same, get the same.