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.


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.

Labour | More financial mastery

5 06 2010

Another day and another disclosure of the previous Labour Government’s criminal mishandling of the public purse.  This time to the tune of £1.8bn being ferried to various ‘consultants’ in another extension of the money-merry-go-round.

It isn’t a rabbit hole we’re peeping into, it is an intricate, air-conditioned, Fort Knoxesque-locked, sharks with frikking laser beams attached to their heads’ moated tunnel network that makes the Vietnam era ones look like a badgers nest.

Labour ministers spent £1.8bn on consultants in ONE YEAR, public spending records reveal

By Gerri Peev, Daily Wail.  Last updated at 4:48 PM on 4th June 2010

Labour ministers spent an astonishing £1.8billion on consultants in a single year – double the amount of the previous 12 months, it was revealed today.

The figure was unveiled in the first publication of the government’s entire expenditure. For the first time ever, the Treasury released a massive database which details spending line by line.

Labour’s spendthrift habit was laid bare across the 24 million individual entries for the year 2009-10.

Sources from the incoming government said they were ‘shocked’ at how much Labour had spent on consultants, particularly at the height of the economic crisis.

The Department of Health was the biggest spender, splashing out nearly half a billion pounds – £480,420,000 in one year alone.

It was followed by the Department for International Development, which spent £288,100,000 on consultants, despite its main aim being to provide aid to the world’s poor.

The scandal-plagued Home Office hired consultants to the tune of £194,116,000.

The £1.8billion consultancy bill is the equivalent of nearly a third of the cuts that will be felt across Whitehall departments and public services this year.

In 2007/8, the 16 biggest Whitehall departments spent £909million on consultants.

The Combined Online Information System  released yesterday has the apt acronym, COINS.

But the Con-Lib government’s claim that it heralded openness was met with some scepticism, as the database is too vast and unusable for anyone but computer and data experts to decipher.

Before they were in government, the Conservatives had talked up the prospect of the database creating a £6billion private industry which would crunch and analyse the data.

The party’s manifesto said: ‘Our plans to open up government data and spending information will not only help us to cut wasteful spending, but according to new research… it will also create an estimated £6bn in additional value for the UK.’

Danny Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said it paved the way for more transparency across government.

‘For too long, the previous government acted as if the public had no right to know where their hard-earned taxes were spent.

‘Today we have lifted that veil of secrecy by releasing detailed spending figures dating back to 2008.

‘This data is complex, but this is a major step forward and shows we are delivering on our promise to make this government more open and transparent while ensuring we deliver value for money for the taxpayer.

‘I hope people will take the opportunity to scrutinise carefully how their money is being spent – as I am doing every day in preparation for the spending review.’

‘We plan to release more data in the coming months that will be easier for the general public to understand.’

The Taxpayers’ Alliance welcomed the publication of the database, and  hailed it as a victory for its campaign to unveil the public finances.

Matthew Elliott, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: ‘The publication of the COINS database is another fantastic victory for transparency.

‘The TaxPayers’ Alliance has long campaigned for this level of openness about public spending, as the public have a right to know how their taxes are being spent.

‘It is right that this data is out in the public domain, saving departments time and money responding to Freedom of Information requests.

‘The next step is for this trend to continue, so that all information about government spending is available, allowing the public to call the government to account.

‘There is an army of enthusiastic, skilled amateurs out there who will gladly explore and use this information to suggest ways in which the Government can save money and improve public services.’

Former Labour minister Jim Knight, warned that there could be privacy implications however.

He said: ‘These days, people can mesh government data with commercially available data. That can give you data right down to the level of a few houses.

‘It won’t be hard to get down virtually to the individual. Some would argue that gets pretty scary.’

Love how the politicians love to claim privacy this and privacy that when it involves anything to do with our fight against political corruption but change their tune when it is the pleb’s privacy at stake in their war on terror, drugs and violence.

The first act of any new government is to hold the old one to account.  Sadly, that will not be done for it is exactly what the ConDem’s plan to do.  Over twenty-million deluded souls voted for the Status Quo.  For the continuation of the greatest scam ever conceived, government.

We’re doomed.

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 | NuBriton ‘born’ every three minutes

27 05 2010

Provisional results from the International Passenger Survey have been released to the press.  Probably part of the disclosure deal the Establishment wings have between eachother.

Good news, more Europeans are heading back home.  Bad news, Johnny Foreigner given Passports up 59%.

Auntie Beeb sings the good news of course:  “More European migrants ‘leaving Britain’

The Telegraph however leads with the bad:  “Immigrants granted British passports once every three minutes

All our government ever sees are new National Insurance numbers.  They don’t care if they pay in or take out, so long as they are willing to be governed.

BNP | No witch-burning tonight

25 05 2010

The Enemy of the State has been cleared by a panel of three of Thought-Crime, Hate-Crime with only a few reservations regarding his conduct.  Other than that, Mr Adam Walker is free to seek employment in the teaching field, bringing to an end the dubious political persecution of a British individual.

An ironic ‘Antifa‘ mong had this to say “It cannot be right that a teacher with such far-right views as Mr Walker is allowed to teach children in our schools – he must be stopped.”

Of course, safety in numbers for the anti-democratic mobs with the unions busing in ‘20 campaigners from UAF and teaching unions organised the protest yesterday after hearing the BNP would be there in support of Mr Walker.

So I take it is fine and dandy for fellow professioanl teachers in the leftarded unions to publically show their political hatred towards the BNP?

Further reading can be had at the following:

BNP teacher cleared of ‘racism’ – UK Press Association

Noisy rally outside teacher disciplinary hearing in Birmingham – Birmingham Mail

Adam Walker Case Thrown Out! – BNP Official Site

Now consider all the money wasted in pursuing Mr Walker.  There was no victim involved, a minor misdemeanor, probably worthy of a warning not to use school time or property.  That’s it.  Not this politically motivated persecution.  The people involved in pursuing this did so either out of pure spite at worst, for a ‘brownie point’ at best.

They didn’t consider the cost of replacing Mr Walker and they gave about as much thought to the disruption caused to the education of x amount of children.

Indoctrination, indoctrination, indoctrination.  So much easier than education.

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.