Koran burning | Criminal offence I think not

28 09 2010

Burn a Koran and post the contents on a video sharing site, get arrested.  Butcher hundreds of thousands in wars of aggression, inviting the ‘enemy’ to claim asylum, bursting the damn hornet’s nest, get round the clock protection.

No wonder mental health problems arise when the world is run for the perversion of the few to the irritation of the many.

We are constantly reminded, especially when they’re burning our national flag, of how peace-loving those who follow the ways of Madhammered the murderous prophet.  Kane kicked the crap out of his brother (or was it the other way round?), Christ died on the cross to be resurrected (only to disappear again), then a few hundred years after all that feuding and self-sacrifice, Muslim’s First Holy Warrior wanders out of the desert to ‘convert’ Christian and Jewish lands into Islamic lands.

It isn’t rocket science to deduce what this conversion involved, considering that conversion by the sword was the most popular choice for tinpots at that time, be it for religious or political reasons.

So why the continual bullcrap proclaiming that everything to do with Islam is all peachy and rosy with white doves flapping around.  It isn’t and hasn’t been since it’s inception.  As I’ve stated before, Islam needs a reformation, a renaissance of her own making, if only to make them accept that tolerance is a two-way street.

Until then, why should we even bother trying to engage a mindset so besieged by prejudice?  For the love of oil?  For that warm feeling we get inside from patronising others?


State-snooping | Just maybe…

5 06 2010

News that the State Spying Machine is still in full swing.  I’m not stupid enough to believe that the Government or even Companies for that matter, wish to know your every move, and so only the most serious threats to their domination should be worried, the criminals slightly worried and the law-abiding very annoyed.

Annoyed due to the fact that your next-door neighbour who happens to be a nurse gets to gander at your progress at the wart clinic.  Annoyed as CCTV operator zooms in through your windows.  Annoyed so much in fact, that you may just bump yourself up into the two categories the Police State was meant to counter.

‘Big Brother’s’ little brother: Illegal snooping by town hall staff is up sixfold

By Jack Doyle, Daily Wail.  Last updated at 3:33 AM on 5th June 2010

More and more town hall bureaucrats have been caught snooping on private details held on a giant ‘Big Brother’ tax and benefits database.

Instances of unlawful hacking of the Customer Information System, which belongs to the Department of Work and Pensions and holds the personal records of 85 million people, have increased sixfold in a single year to more than two a week.

Council staff have looked at accounts belonging to their friends, family members, neighbours and even celebrities.

Some were dismissed as a result  –  but two thirds were let off with little more than a slap on the wrist.

Astonishingly, the DWP does not hold details of the number of its own staff caught doing the same thing.

This means the real level of unauthorised access could be much higher.

The revelations raised major questions about the number of people allowed to access the system.

In addition to workers at 445 local authorities across the UK, it is open to some 80,000 DWP employees and 60,000 workers from other government departments.

Civil liberties campaigners called for drastic cuts in those allowed to view the data.

Alex Deane, Director of Big Brother Watch, said: ‘This just goes to show that our private data is not safe with councils  –  the less they have of it, the better.’

The database holds a record of every single individual issued with a National Insurance number, including those who have died, each containing up to 9,800 pieces of information.

That includes details of their ethnicity, address, and tax status.

In addition, the system records the full income details of anyone receiving any kind of benefit, including 11.5million state pensioners, 2.65 million people on incapacity benefit and four million who claim pension credit or some kind of income support.

Freedom of Information Act requests revealed 124 security breaches by council staff last year, including those found looking at the accounts of friends, family, neighbours, or celebrities.

That is a sharp increase from just 20 in 2008/9. Of those 26 were dismissed and eight resigned during the disciplinary process. But 37 were given a written or verbal warning and 43 received no reprimand at all.

Officials at the department were so concerned about the scale of the problem that they contacted councils last year to warn of sanctions. But the scale of the problem increased regardless.

Organisations caught up in last year’s suspected breaches included London’s Islington, Barnet, Lambeth, Greenwich, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Westminster councils as well as Town Hall staff in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Sunderland, Liverpool, Bradford, Middlesbrough, Cambridge and Plymouth.

Prof Peter Sommer, an information security expert from the London School of Economics said: ‘It is bizarre and deeply unfortunate that DWP appear not to hold these essential security breach statistics.’

A spokesman for the Department for Work and Pensions said: ‘DWP thoroughly deals with the risk to CIS by the small number of employees who commit unauthorised access.

– ‘DWP works closely with local authorities to investigate suspicions of unauthorised access enabling managers to consider disciplinary action where appropriate.’

– Every Google web search could be stored for up to two years under a controversial EU proposal that has the backing of more than 300 Euro-MPs.

‘Written Declaration 29’ is intended to be used as an early warning system to stop paedophiles.

But civil liberty groups say it is ‘completely unjustifiable’ intrusion into citizens’ privacy  –  and would not be effective because most paedophiles operate in chatrooms and private communication.

Not only that though, but also the leftarded Guardian are carrying a similar story.  This one feigning shock outrage at the anti-terror Police funding number-plate recognition cameras in Birmingham’s Muslim areas.  Considering that those who carry out Jihad usually do so due to an Islamic  religious persuasion, I would say that makes sense.  I’m just pee’d off that not only do the civil Police wish to do the job on the cheap, so do our anti-terror Cops.

On a side note, love how the preacher of the British multicultural paradise (so long as they don’t have to live in them) refer to British land as ‘Muslim areas’.  Where’s the diverse neighbourhoods we dreamed about?  Why all this segregation?  Is it natural?  And if so, why do governments seek to disrupt that balance?

We have been ruled by fools since year dot.  It will never change.

Rebranding Britain | Rt Rev James Jones

22 05 2010

With the ConDem coalition speeding along at a rattling rate,the Telegraph are pulling out the big guns.  Liverpool’s very own bishop the Rt Rev James Jones is no stranger to the geo-political world, even managing a pray for God’s help against Climate Change:

The Anglican Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt Rev James Jones said, “I urge all Christians to pray for the earthing of Heaven on this day of prayer. Each day I make my own prayer with these words, ‘Holy Jesus, Son of Man, come in glory and renew the face of the earth’.”

Still, this is not about the climate, although I must say, the bishop really is an appeaser with the following apology offered to the pink community:

“I deeply regret this episode in our common life. I still believe it was unwise to try to take us to a place that evidently did not command the broad support of the Church of England but I am sorry for the way I opposed it and I am sorry too for adding to the pain and distress of Dr John and his partner.”

He called for Anglicans to “acknowledge the authoritative biblical examples of love between two people of the same gender most notably in the relationship of Jesus and his beloved [John] and David and Jonathan”.

Today’s post is about how the Rt Rev Jones perceives Blighty and the future action we should take.  If you decide to click the following link, the photo is very multicultural and sets the tone for the whole article.  Not once is poor whitey mentioned, not once.  Always us who have to make the extra effort, always us who have to please.  Argh!

Rebuilding Britain: six pillars to strengthen our society

Telegraph, published: 4:03PM BST 20 May 2010

Our culture has its foundations in historic Christian values. We must respect them as we negotiate our future, says the Rt Rev James Jones

Rebuilding Britain rests on the six pillars of family, freedom, friendship, faith, fairness and the future of the earth. These are the columns that need strengthening if the edifice of our society is to withstand the winds of change. They have their foundations in the historic Christian values of our society. We are in danger of cutting ourselves adrift. And, as Lord Hailsham once warned, “cut flowers never produce seed or fruit”.


The failure of public policy on the family is that it has focused mainly on child poverty, when the biggest problem facing children is not economic hardship but emotional deprivation. This blights children of all classes. Many children are growing up in Britain today deprived of emotional and moral nurture.

We have created an economic culture in which both parents feel forced to work outside the home. We need to restructure the tax and benefits system in favour of those parents who take responsibility for the nurture of their children. This is not about bribing people to get married. It’s a matter of justice. A household where two people are earning and where there are no dependants ought to be taxed differently from a household of three, four or five where there is only one income and one of the parents has chosen to work in the home to nurture the children.

There are still areas of material poverty in Britain today. Some children are being brought up in areas of consolidated poverty. The present strategy of Children’s Centres and Sure Start programmes is helping but not reaching the most needy parents. We must learn from countries that use “conditional cash transfers” that bring some of the most hard-to-reach into programmes that help them to become more responsible parents. Graham Greene wrote: “There’s always a moment in childhood when the door opens and lets the future in.” The doorkeeper should be the parent, not the teacher or the social worker.


From its genesis, Christianity has championed the right to freedom of speech as a fundamental value. This human right is now threatened under a welter of legislation. Governments have a duty to strike a balance between national security and personal freedom. As with a spirit level, they need to get the air bubble in the middle, but many feel that it is tilting away from freedom.

So while I applaud the intention of the Racial and Religious Hatred Act to protect good relationships between faith communities, I fear it does the opposite. It plays into the hands of zealous converts and zealous officials wanting to assert themselves on the diversity agenda. Religion should not be singled out and protected. It exercises huge power which can easily be abused in relation to women and children. Religion should not be beyond criticism or even ridicule.


Future world stability depends on good relationships between the faith communities at both local and international levels. It’s why I agreed to become patron of restoring the oldest Islamic Prayer Room in Britain, which is in Liverpool. Despite some key doctrinal differences between Islam and Christianity, I accepted the invitation to help turn it into a cultural centre for British Islam because the second great commandment is to love your neighbour as yourself. We need to cultivate friendship between the faith communities to create a peaceful Britain. We cannot turn back the clock. With the right political and religious leadership we can develop a tolerant plural society.

There is no contradiction between emphasising the rightful place of faith communities and affirming the established role of the Church of England. Looking locally, the bishop often acts as the convenor of all the faith communities; the parish church provides the cohesion in rural and urban areas abandoned by banks, post offices, schools and pubs; the Anglican bishops offer continuity to civic leadership as mayors and others come and go; the Church celebrates our common life in sorrow and in joy at local and national level. The Church of England is too modest about its achievements!


Some public bodies try to marginalise Christianity as just one religion in a plural society. This is to fly in the face of our history and constitution. It also ignores the wishes of faith communities whose leaders value the Church’s role as defender of faith in the public realm.

What is it that makes us essentially British? It is our landscape, language, literature, learning, laws and liberty. These and our monarchy are our heritage. The genius of any civilisation is the way its heritage adapts to new insights and cultural influences. We need to recognise how – from our landscape, stone-studded with 13,000 churches and cathedrals, to our literature, infused with biblical imagery – this heritage has been shaped by the Christian faith. To forget this, either wilfully or by default, will produce a cultural amnesia that leaves us without a compass as we negotiate the future.


From William Wilberforce to William Gladstone to Keir Hardie, a moral sense of justice is one of the Christian insights that has shaped our political landscape. As the nation deals with debt both personal and national, which has never been greater in our nation’s history, we all know that the future will be painful economically. Political theories of justice have in the past concentrated on how to divide up the wealth. Now the challenge will be how to share the pain fairly. I fear for our society if the brunt is felt disproportionately by the poor.

The future of the earth

There is an African proverb: “We have borrowed the present from our children”. Adam Smith warned against profligacy. The earth is not a limitless larder, so we need a renewed sense of stewardship to shape our policies and our lifestyles. We cannot rebuild Britain without realising that how we live and treat the earth is inevitably an international issue. Our future is inextricably linked with the destiny of the planet.

It was Lady Thatcher who said that we are all but tenants with a full repairing lease on the earth. Although politicians are advised not to “do God”, I believe that democracy is in safer hands when political leaders have a sense of dual accountability to the electorate below and to the Creator above.

The Rt Rev James Jones is Bishop of Liverpool.

Comes with some handy stats though, a little out of date but pleasantly surprised to be reminded of the Jedi following.

Who we are and how we live:

UK population 61m

Projected (2031) 71m

Number of UK population born abroad 6.8m (11.3%)

Household composition

1 adult : 3.6m

2 adults: 5.2m

3 or more adults: 2.1m

1 adult with children: 1.4m

2 adults, 1 child: 1.8m

2 adults, 2 children: 2.1m

2 adults, 3 or more children: 0.8m

3 or more adults with children: 1m

Retired: 6.5m

(figures for 2006-07)

UK religions

Christian: 37m

None: 7.2m

Muslim: 1.5m

Hindu: 552,000

Jedi Knight: 390,000

Sikh: 329,000

Jewish: 260,000

(2001 Census)

Church attendance

Regularly (at least once a fortnight):

Men 13% Women 13%

Never or practically never:

Men 63% Women 52%

Single mother families with dependent children 1971 7% 2007 20%

Household debt as proportion of income

1998 105%

2008 169%

The longer we let the situation fester, the worse the solution will be.  The very reason behind the doctrines of diversity and multiculturalism aided by the mass importation of peoples is a deliberate attempt to gerrymander the Western World into accepting a Penal State.  The Establishment will make us scream for safety and when we do, and we will, the freedom-loving State will oblige.

And the deluded still believe we can all unite and hold hands, all 192 various cultures and the umpteen subcultures that accompany them with the additional dreams and nightmares on the 93,000 sq miles of land England possess?

It isn’t rocket science for Christ’s sake.

BNP | McCarthy style witch-hunts

22 05 2010

I was going to report that binmen in Rotherhite had suspected the letters’ “B/P” written on the top of recycling bins meant the resident was a BNP supporter and reported this ‘orrible offence to their supervisor.  Said super has a chinwag with the occupier of the property finding out that the markings were innocent reminders of the recycling order.

And even after being told the above, the super still offers to swap the ‘offending‘ boxes to avoid further confusion which the occupier rightly refuses and categorically states that although he is not a supporter of the party, even if he were, what business is it to the council?

But alas, Simon Darby beat me to it so will instead bring you the tale of Gary Marsden I’Anson, a victim of a witch-hunt McCarthy would be proud of.  First the background with the help of an HR website, HeadOffice (23/04/2010):

A former employee of West Yorkshire Police who writes controversial right-wing songs in his spare time has brought a claim for unfair dismissal against the force.

Gary Marsden I’Anson was sacked from his job as a police imaging officer in February 2009 over alleged links with the British National Party (BNP) and for using work time to produce far-right DVDs, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports.

Mr I’Anson is a singer-songwriter who performs in front of a Union Jack and has published lyrics expressing right-wing views.

However, he has denied claims his material is racist and also told the tribunal he never used police time to work on his promotional CDs and DVDs.

The 48-year-old said: “I did not steal one minute of police time because I am not a thief.

“I have been discriminated against because I have celebrated my culture and heritage. The police didn’t like it full stop.”

David Jones, representing the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, said profits from a website run by Mr I’Anson were used to fund BNP activities.

What the above fails to mention is that Mr I’Anson was arrested for the alleged offence of being involved with the BNP.  In any other country this would be classed as political persecution would it not?

Excluding people from society because of their religious, cultural or political beliefs is immoral is it not?  Or is this an acceptable price to pay for Liberty?  Only being allowed to join the Inner Party if you are a supporter of the Centralist Establishment Parties, otherwise it is a life as a prole that beckons.

Leeds racism row singer loses unfair dismissal claim against police

Yorkshire Evening Post.  Published Date: 21 May 2010

A racism row singer fired from his day job with West Yorkshire Police has lost his claim for unfair dismissal.

Gary Marsden I’Anson, of Morley, was arrested and sacked over his alleged association with the British National Party and for using work time to compile right-wing CDs and DVDs for his rock band Anglo Saxon.

The police imaging officer of 23 years claimed West Yorkshire Police unfairly dismissed and discriminated against him.

But an employment tribunal in Leeds has ruled against Mr I’Anson.

Deputy Chief Constable David Crompton said: “This case was significantly aggravated by the fact that force computers were being used in order to generate material which was clearly supportive of the BNP and which had content that was unquestionably contrary to the aims and values of the force.”

Now jobless Mr I’Anson, 48, said: “It’s a sad day for freedom of speech, artistic expression, liberty, democracy and human rights. It is a good day for political correctness.”

Mr I’Anson denies any political links to the BNP and says he is not racist but an ‘anti-terrorist patriot.’

He said police were “talking nonsense” over claims he is associated with the BNP.

In 2007 Mr I’Anson was arrested on suspicion of possession of written material with intent to incite racial hatred. He denied any wrongdoing and no charges were brought.

After being suspended on full pay he was eventually sacked in February 2009, after a two-year investigation.

Listen hear Mr Crompton, the aims and values of the Police Force are simple, it is to deter crime and be incorruptible.  It is not to be the Government’s political enforcer.  You are paid to uphold the law, not waste two years perverting it.  Two years for Christ’s sake!?

Where were you when our Politicians were busying themselves signing away our sovereignty?  Where were you when our Thin Blue Line executed an innocent man in Stockwell?  Where were you when our grannies and our kids were being robbed, assaulted and killed?

I tell you where, you were investigating a political motivated catch-all ‘hate’ crime for two bloody years!

God.  Mad.  Funeral Pyres.

UK | The Good (Analysis), the Bad (Result) and the Ugly (Conclusion)

8 05 2010

History of UK Plc government

1945, we had Labour. 1951, Conservative. 1964, tiring of the ‘Same Old Tories’, hand the wheel back to Labour. 1970 and the new decade called for a new government, again Conservative. 1974, scratching their collective heads, the British flock back to Labour. 1979, the year of my brother’s birth saw the electorate return to Conservative control. 1997, and we were bamboozled by NuLabour.

The electorate wanted change.  Some change.

At least it is a hung parliament, the more bickering they do in the Houses of Swine, the less chance of them doing something stupid.

Although, going by the last announcements, the Political Mandarins are discussing Britain’s future behind closed doors without so much as a nod to the electorate.

Gordon Brown is making a resilient last stand (and probably selling the rest of the nations’ assets) and a form of bouquet tennis between Clegg and Cameron once more confirms that the Houses of Swine couldn’t organise a piss-up in a brewery.

The Good

We now have a hung parliament meaning in twelve months or less, we shall be heading to the polls again.  That or the final touches are applied to the One Party EU State.  But that’d be an act of war.

Closer to home, even though the British National Party didn’t make the political quake as publicised, they did however  increase their own vote share by 1.2% with the only ones topping that being the Conservatives.  The Nationalists also battled in more wards this time round with 563,743 souls opting for BNP, that divided by 338 candidates equals 1667.87 votes per ward.

the Bad

26,13,8,943 of our compatriots still have faith in the Status Quo, you know, the Establishment that for the last seventy years have steered us into every iceberg floating.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual Eunification of the British Isles.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual occupation of Afghanistan.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual thievery, corruption and lies.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual erosion of our individual liberties.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual State-sanctioned discrimination against whitey.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual globalisation.

No wonder so many TruBritons now deem themselves expatriates.  We are surrounded by the unseeing and unceasing deluded armies of drones incapable of thinking ‘outside the box’.  Can even understand how our less-knowledgable ancestors used to burn witches.

the Ugly

Mutterings from fellow bloggers have suggested that in times of uncertainty, people like to rely on the familiar and it does sound plausible.  My own thoughts are more sinister.  Like Newton stated that his own findings resulted on previous scholars breakthroughs, the same applies to powermongers.

Tyrants standing on the shoulders of past tyrants.

Over hundreds of years the magnates of power have directed, swayed and coerced the public mood using events (pre-planned or otherwise) and propaganda (news-polluting) and even education (indoctrination).  Bread and Circuses is the term for the Entertainment Wing while Police State suffices for the security end of operations.  And with the aid of technology, psychology and chemistry, the majority can be controlled with less, or as we say in the business world, more efficiently and at half the cost.

Add to that thirty odd years of deliberately gerrymandering a dependable electorate utilizing social engineering, mass immigration and accompanied by the constant promotion of a divisive multiculturalist society.  No mention of the extra interventional government that is bound to be needed to keep the peace between such a vibrant and diverse society.

Sadly, the chickens are coming home to roost for many boroughs and I doubt that Proportional Representation will solve it.  For too long we have been programmed and guided by those who know better.  Like captive birds, we are kept in our cages in a variety of ways, be it educational, economical, social, or just that I feel such a damn attachment to Blighty.

Mindless Musing

Our Government positions itself as an International Corporation.  Fact is, Corporations have no soul or conscience, only shareholders.  And if you’re not a shareholder, you’re either stock or a cost.  The only intention of Government is to Govern and the more dependents, the more need for robbing Peter to pay Paul.  Like some mad crack addict, the Government are only ever interested in issuing new Passports.  More transactions means more work and the more work, the more opportunities to have a go on the money-go-round.

Gods.  Mad.  Funeral Pyre.

Just thankful that it rains often in Blighty otherwise it would have kicked off years ago.

Islam | Southpark Jihad update

2 05 2010

Why oh why do the Muslims go mad when it comes to satire?  Do these retards see Eastenders as a documentary for Christ’s sake?  This is the culture that gave us the ‘zero’, then had the Taliban branch ban music.  Damn they’re a confused bunch.  More confused than our own Leftards, both getting the meaning of ‘progress’ wrong.

Now to save myself getting a fatwa I will let the Telegraph explain it.

Why Muslims regard images of Mohammed as blasphemous

By Gordon Rayner, Chief Reporter.  Published: 4:03PM BST 02 May 2010

Although the Koran does not specifically forbid physical depictions of the Prophet Mohammed, many Muslims follow a tradition which regards such images as blasphemous.

The Koran contains a general reference to the worshipping of idols being a “manifest error”, without referring to pictures of Mohammed, but ancient oral traditions, called Hadith, quote Allah as saying it is “unjust” to “try to create the likeness of My creation”.

Another Hadith says that “all the painters who make pictures would be in the fire of Hell”.

Islamic scholars are divided over whether it is ever permissible to depict the Prophet, though the biggest controversies in recent years have followed depictions which are mocking or disrespectful.

In 2005 a Danish newspaper caused worldwide controversy by publishing a set of cartoons depicting Mohammed, including one in which he wore a turban shaped like a bomb.

Angry protests were staged outside Danish embassies in London and elsewhere, and in 2008 police in Denmark arrested three men on suspicion of plotting to murder one of the cartoonists, Kurt Westergaard.

The cartoon show South Park, which has a history of satirising religious figures including Jesus, featured Mohammed in an episode in 2001, without provoking a major backlash.

In 2006 its creators intended to feature Mohammed in another episode, inspired by the Danish cartoon controversy, but were banned from doing so by the Comedy Central network.

The cartoonists did feature Mohammed, dressed in a bear suit, in an episode broadcast on April 14 this year, but references to him in subsequent broadcasts were heavily censored after warnings of reprisals.

Of course, in the interests of defending the Right to Offend, I mean Free Speech, Seattle cartoonist Molly Norris began (then disassociated herself with it after a few hours) to promote ‘Everybody Draw Muhammad Day‘.

Once more, over to the Telegraph.

America’s disappointing reaction to South Park censorship

By Alex Spillius in Washington.  Published: 3:07PM BST 01 May 2010

America’s failure to rise up against the intimidation of cartoonist Molly Norris and South Park animators is a sad sign, says Alex Spillius.

The trouble with terror is that it can be terrifying. Just ask Molly Norris, a cartoonist from Seattle.

As far as we know, she hasn’t been explicitly threatened by Islamic extremists, but evidently she feared she might be.

Her error was to post on her website an illustration with many different household objects with speech bubbles all claiming to be the likeness of Mohammed, including a tea cup, a domino and a box of pasta. It was part of a mock campaign to dedicate May 20 as “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!”

Ms Norris pinged her cartoon to a few bloggers and talked to local radio, saying she it was “a cartoonist’s job to be non-PC.”

Quite reasonably, the radio man asked her “are you sure you want to do this?”

Bold as you like, she replied: “Yeah, I want to water down the targets …”

Ms Norris had launched her pretend promotion in response to the treatment by Comedy Central of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park, the satirical animated show.

Its 200th anniversary episode featured a parade of celebrities and religious figures it had parodied over the years. Aware of the offence that depicting Mohammed could cause to Muslims, the show’s characters debated how to represent the prophet, eventually deciding to hide him in a bear costume.

That prompted a New York-based website, RevolutionMuslim.com, to warn Parker and Stone that “what they are doing is stupid and they will probably wind up like Theo Van Gogh”.

Lest we forget, Van Gogh was the Dutch filmmaker murdered by a fanatic, his head almost severed, for a film depicting Koranic verses on the naked female form. The website also had information about where the animators lived.

“It’s not a threat, but it really is a likely outcome,” said Zachary Chesser, a resident of Virginia who wrote the posting. “They’re going to be basically on a list in the back of the minds of a large number of Muslims. It’s just the reality.”

On the next edition of South Park, the producers placed a big “Censored” over Mohammed and beeped the utterance of his name. For good measure the channel deleted an entire segment about censorship and refused to put the show on the internet.

Norris was therefore inspired to let her own genie out of the bottle. Within a few days there were 8,000 members of a Draw Mohammed Day! group on Facebook. A counter group, Ban Draw Mohammed Day, started up. Bloggers picked up the campaign.

Thoroughly overwhelmed by the response, and realising that the ideological battleground was no place for coffee-guzzling Seattleite, Ms Norris removed the cartoon and its “campaign”.

Revealing something of her reasons, her newest cartoon is a mock advertisement: “Try the New Diet of Fear! … All you have to do is tick off a few million Muslims and you’ll be too afraid to eat!”

No one should blame Norris for withdrawing from the fray, for this kind of case throws up lingering and insidious uncertainties. Any threat could blow over quickly or endure, Rushdie-style, for decades. The row over the cartoons depicting Mohammed in the Danish paper Jyllands-Posten percolated for months before bubbling over into violent protests.

But what has been disappointing in the land that prides itself on free speech is the relatively meagre coverage given to the South Park-Norris affair. Even the new pro-drawing Facebook community now shows sign of losing heart.

Politicians and commentators here love to label objects of scorn as “un-American”. There is nothing more “un-American” than the denial of humorous free speech by the threat of violence, whether direct or indirect.

The American media has been more or less cowed into self-censorship by a jihadist group that has, according to the Anti-Defamation League’s Centre on Extremism, all of 12 members.

But, as we all know, the internet is a perfectly even playing field when it comes to incitement. Few major papers around the world have published those Danish cartoons. Who wants to look over their shoulder on the way home from work? Which editor wants a colleague maimed or killed thanks to a valiant editorial decision?

Let’s leave the last word to that other animated institution of American popular culture, The Simpsons. During the opening credits of last Sunday’s episode Bart Simpson scribbled on the blackboard: “South Park – We’d stand beside you if we weren’t so scared.”

After all that appeasement, it seems that the Madjihadistic Cultists of Death won’t be satisfied until they have tasted blood.  Religion of Peace my arse.  Once more, over to the Telegraph.

Times Square car bomb: police investigate South Park link

By Nick Allen and Gordon Rayner.  Published: 2:03PM BST 02 May 2010

Police in New York are investigating whether a car bomb in Times Square was targeted at the makers of South Park over a controversial depiction of the Prophet Mohammed.

The device, which failed to detonate, was left near the offices of Viacom, which owns the irreverent cartoon series.

I’m one for Free Speech, Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Association although even I feel this is just antagonistic.  Saying that, I’m not one for blowing shit up if I’m pissed off at a cartoon crap.  You don’t like something, complain like the rest of us by all means, but don’t go all Rambo and expect us to understand.

There is enough violence in the Muslim world without justifying more over some cartoon.

Moderate Muslims, apologies in advance but your Islaminazi Brothers are painting a really intolerable picture at the moment and if it continues, we will not see a clash of civilisations but a bloodbath.  You can blame MOSSAD all you want, but until you have an overhaul of Renascence proportions, how can we trust the Islamic herd?

I fear the end result will be a Police State for all, and all in the name of Security and Equality.

UAF | Destroying their argument

27 04 2010

UAF claim to be antifascist, yet let’s take a look at the background of the Unite Against Freedom mob.  Forget about the communistic signage and the lack of compassion shown in their message of hate.  “Smash the BNP” sounds like incitement to violence yet they get away with it time and time again.

Consisting of a Vanguard of professional students (think ‘Young Ones’ but less funny and more diverse) who happens to have been able to recruit fellow soft-hearted (and arguably soft-minded) fools that do anything to be seen as ‘radical’.

Wouldn’t surprise me if the Unions laying out the transport were also using the Blue Bus Brigade considering that opposing a democratically elected party that gained a million votes is somehow ‘defeating fascism’.

Sidenote, admittedly, not many voted at the last ballot, but can you blame the apathy felt by the helpless (or thoughtless).  With the blatant corruption shown by the Establishment, the constant fear mongering and all those media smear campaigns against the ‘alternatives’, I’m surprised we haven’t already begun sticking heads on pikes.

Back on track and it is always worthy to remember that the UAF crew are financed by the Government via the Unions who then lay out the transport, sometimes even Public Workers are allowed to leave their governmental sponsored civil duties to scream “smash the bnp”.

So in essence, our ruling Government allows State-employees to join demos that are financed by our taxes being distributed to the various Unions who organise and promote a ‘National Day of Hatred‘.

Our money being funneled into coaches, banners and cheap bottles of cider for those who will berate the Establishment’s political opponents, currently the BNP.

Hopefully the great unwashed will consider just how fascist that is before casting accusations against the British National Party.  It’s like watching the ‘Sturmabteilung‘ (SA) prepare for their ‘Kristallnacht‘ against the Nationalists.  And the biggest clue of the true purpose of the State-sponsored third-party is simply the distinct lack of opposition to the fascist nature of Eunitfication.

Even more dangerous to British Freedoms and Traditions (including our Common Laws) than the British National Party could ever be is the European Parliament, Union, whatever.  Not just ONE unelected President but THREE of the buggers!  Come on, Uzbekistan and Zimbabwe only has one, and there is no way on Earth I want to copy China’s model (no offence intended, just not for me).

Are the Masters of the Euniverse going to begin a new revolution inspired by the colour Red?  If so, a little warning would be nice so I can get some steady boots instead of the flashy Reeboks I usually buy.

Not a peep out of Britain’s clawhammer-wielding, Antifa-affiliated, anarchistic thugs and deluded beings from the Unite Against Fascism mob when it comes to TRUE FASCISM.

Islamic Law’s disregard for women rights.  The European Union pursuing a second referendum in Ireland, then piling on the pressure for voting YES to rejected yet revamped Lisbon Treaty.  Or even opposing the fake charity that once shared an office with DPM “I ate every bloody pie yet want more” Prescott called Common Purpose, whose sole objective is to train ‘future leaders to lead’.

Possibly due to the fact that both the UAF share the same objective:  An end to nation states and the beginning of a soft liberal neo-democratic supranational corporatist collective future where only Government Approved ‘political factions’ are able to voice opinion and everything is run by Tesco.

Those who scream false accusations of fascism at the British National Party, open your eyes and see that we have had a passive government since the end of the Second World War.  In that time, the Leftarded Armies of Doom began to their ‘Frankfurt School‘ magic using a technique commonly refered to as ‘Critical Theory‘.

Ever since, we have been eaten from within.

Save your Nation and vote Nationalist if you can.  The BNP are the Establishment’s worst nightmare, let’s make it a reality for em.

Latest ‘National Day of Hatred was outside the Leftarded Media Wing studios of the Establishment, the lorded yet sordid Auntie Beeb as reported in the Evening Standard.

Consider the picture below:

No faces.  Hmm, wonder why that is?  NUJ photographer, BECTU protestors maybe?