Musical Crime | Another half-truth blackout

11 01 2011

Music are sounds in emotion.  Certain styles have the power to invigorate, inspire and sooth the soul.  So if that is possible, surely the opposite can be achieved.

Now I’m not going to cast assertions on which style of rhythm is worse, for musical taste varies from person to person.  However, this pipped my interests in the local paper.

Cops are linking an increase in phone thefts with the type of band playing at a town centre’s music venues.

Lambeth police reported the “correlation” last week but remained tight-lipped on the styles of music that attract the most “organised criminality.”

I very much doubt Simon Cowell’s God awful acts are involved, although personally, every time I hear one of his tart creations I feel suicidal, but not once have I thought about robbing someone.

Now, there are two reasons the Police are keeping quiet on naming which music scene is the main culprit.  The first is definitely race relations.  It is a fact that most street robberies in South London are committed by Rudeys (nice way of saying black criminals).  The second reason is to protect the Corporates business interests from bad publicity.

So instead of the Police warning the public of hot-zones like our Home Office does to would-be Briton tourists travelling abroad, it instead muddies the water so you don’t know which scene is more prone to crime.

Worse of all, it increases assumptions instead of fact on the one hand and on the other, ignorance and thus lowers defensive instincts.  Both are as dangerous as the other.

Take the assumption recently made by the Controlled Media in relation to the leftarded wingnut who shot an Arizona politician.  This will definitely bite them on their arse soon enough, and I very much doubt even the Messiah Obama will be able to shake it.

Next, let us move to the ignorant, those that choose to not let their instinct get them the better of them and walk past a group of Rudeys ending up in their local newspapers as victims of robbery, rape or murder (sometimes all three).

Back to this matter, I lament at the stupidity of our Thick Blue Line.  It seems an uninformed public is defenceless without the facts and cannot take necessary precautions to protect themselves.  And all this just so the Police can keep protecting the Multicultural Nightmare that has exasperated tribalism and the Corporates who help pay for it.

When the law doesn’t protect you, what then?





Educational | Gangsta Patois in London

9 01 2011

Excellent rendition of Gangsta speech that infests certain sections of London from a pure and proper lass who had me fooled at first.  Still, if you’ve ever wondered what the patios rudeys were ranting about, this is the video for you.

I could close my eyes and be transported to Queen’s Road station’s platform overhearing my fellow public transport users.  Not an all too pleasant experience I can tell you.  Thank the good Lord for tools is all I will add.

PS: Dont leave any nasty-arsed remarks on her video, no need to taint the lady with guilt by association and I would much prefer it to stay up.  If you feel the need to sprew any bile, no matter how vile, all slanderous and libelous comments are welcome at this blog.  Although I may do a MTV and beep out the naughty words, depends how lazy I am of course, Labour educated.





Hiatus | Fever’d up with a dollop of nausea

14 06 2010

Been sick as a dog this last week and a bit so haven’t had the inclination to work, let alone blog.  Wish I could say I’m on the mend but still feel shitty-shitty-bang-bang.  Watching England’s fumble against the US didn’t bloody help either.  Alas, I’m fit enough to moan about a couple of things.

Firstly, over the river in Barking and the Islamic Ummah once again wish to provoke further intolerance by plastering up a British war memorial with pro-Islam messages.  And Muslims wonder why they are so distrusted?  For more on this, visit Derby Patriot.

If you hate Britain and love Islam, do us all a favour and fuck off.

Secondly, on my side of the river and the Police seem to be having trouble catching killers.  So much so in fact that they have enlisted the help of ‘orrid little Harman in the case of Sam Ogunro.  Yet the fact that 15 murderers are still walking the streets of my beloved borough doesn’t give much hope for the family of Ogunro.  Don’t fret though, the Police will add this case to the list.

If you hate eachother so much you are willing to destroy an entire family unit, do us all a favour and fuck off.

Apologies for the profanity but I am sick and tired of hearing the same old shit.  It isn’t rocket science.





Footie Finance | Palace on verge of liquidation

1 06 2010

Seems the Palace team will do anything to avoid facing my beloved Lions next season, even close up shop.  Hopefully it won’t happen as I have fond memories of the derby matches the two mighty Sarf London clubs have produced.

Crystal Palace face threat of liquidation

Crystal Palace could be liquidated unless the group trying to buy the club can seal a deal by 1500 BST on Tuesday.

BBC News.  Page last updated at 22:29 GMT, Monday, 31 May 2010 23:29 UK

Crystal Palace could be liquidated unless the group trying to buy the club can seal a deal by 1500 BST on Tuesday.

CPFC 2010 has been given the deadline by Brendan Guilfoyle, the administrator put in charge of the Eagles in January.

The group has agreed terms on a deal to buy the club but will not proceed until they secure Selhurst Park, which is being sold by Bank of Scotland.

But a statement from CPFC 2010 on the Palace website says the deal presented by the bank is “unworkable”.

Fans held a demonstration at Selhurst Park on Monday to highlight the club’s plight.

I may despise Crystal Palace due to Millwall bias, but for the love of football I hope this is just a blip for my neighbours.  The league would be a worser place without you.





Millwall | Off to Wembley

28 05 2010

I’m off to the home of football this Saturday to cheer on the mighty Lions of South London in their attempt to enter the Championship League next season.  For my American cousin, that is one division down from the Premier League.

My advice to those who live in the surrounding areas is to vacate the place, for wherever a pack of Lions appears, trouble soon follows.  Especially when I’m inebriated for which I will apologise in advance.

I went last year when we failed to achieve promotion losing 3 – 2 to Scunthorpe.  The bastards!  So fingers crossed we’ll be able to overcome Swindon this time round.

So blogging will be light if at all.  Got a pre-match BBQ tonight, early start tomorrow for the pilgrimage and then hopefully be nursing a victory hangover for the rest of this glorious Bank Holiday weekend.

Whatever you do, do it well.





Camberwell and Peckham | Patricia Knox PPC

30 04 2010

Okay, Camberwell and Peckham is Dirty Harry’s borough but I have noticed a distinct lack of Labour supporting placards adorning windowsills.  Last election and the Deluded Wing of Peckham were wearing them as sandwich boards (slight exaggeration but claiming poetic licence).  And even if my vote only helps the candidate retain their deposit, I will feel counted.

For my long-gone ancestors never had this opportunity.  Many millions around the world still do not have this right.  The ability to ask someone to represent you in the Highest Chamber on Earth.  A Nationalist at heart who would vote for the BNP tomorrow, the following may be a surprise to some.

The only independent candidate who has a website is Patricia Knox, and I am slightly impressed for what the lady stands for.  Even more impressed with her soundbite.  Main blessing though, she is an independent and isn’t Harriet Harperson.

Educated (look at the books), articulate (I could relate to her) and conservative (five kids!).  Could this be the start of the new beginning promised for Peckham?

Patricia Knox PPC.  Local Candidate for Camberwell and Peckham (website)

“The members of my party are the people of Camberwell and Peckham.  I therefore promise to speak and act solely in YOUR interests”

She also dislikes the corrupt Harman and is a REAL conservative.  So far, so good.  Her views on a variety of issues are expressed in a handy FAQ attached to the site but I’ve highlighted a few I agree with.

Immigration levels are too high.

Immigration like anything else has to be placed within workable limits – any excess and social issues are bound to arise. There is evidence to suggest that immigration has been allowed to increase without limit, no doubt due to the enlargement of the EU.

Should a new British government begin negotiations to leave the European Union?

Yes – while it has any freedom left to make up its own mind about things. We joined the EU for economic reasons but it has now become a political union. A union of trading nations is one thing – but a political union involving loss of sovereignty is quite another matter.

In the context of our constituency it can probably be said that any money received from the European Union for urban regeneration was our money in the first place!

Should British troops stay in Afghanistan as long as they are needed?

No – they should never have gone there in the first place. If terrorists want to attack us on our home territory its up to us to defend ourselves adequately, but that’s something we have failed to do in the past due to lax security. There’s no need for us to go looking for trouble in other countries. We need to put our own house in order before telling our neighbours how to live.

Is it  time to get rid of the LGBT police liaison officer?

There is no need for a lesbian or gay advisory group to advise the police and no reason to qualify crimes against the person into categories depending on race or gender. A punch in the face is painful whether you are black, white or gay and deserves the same punishment under the law. The severity of a crime should not be determined by the race, religion or gender of the victim.

Do you support the immediate withdrawal of British and NATO troops from Afghanistan?

Yes. Afghanistan is a quagmire much like Vietnam was and we are wasting the lives of our soldiers for no sensible reason. We cannot police the world’s corrupt regimes.

Do you oppose the attacks on Muslims and the growing Islamophobia in British society?

I oppose any criminality regardless of race, gender or religion.

So Mrs Knox, you may receive a Nationalists vote for the above for even though vague, you’re not Harriet Harperson.  Sadly, you may have lost it for the following.

Does Britain spend too much money on foreign aid?

There are no reliable figures to show this to be the case. What is too much for one person with a full belly is never enough for a person with an empty stomach.

Are you opposed to the renewal of Trident nuclear weapons?

Yes.

Still, either your good self or one of those Leftarded Armies of International Armchair Superheroes may get my vote.  Shiver the thought of supporting those Reds.





East London | Islamic money law

20 04 2010

One law for all?  Like heck it is, if you’re an MP, any transgression becomes a technicality and if you’re part of a “minority” group, you can always blame “evil racists””.  Give an inch and they take a mile, doesn’t matter who, white or black, male or female, once the deluded see a free ride, it would be foolish of them not to jump on.

Fresh from the news that more money has been filtered into questionable Islamic sects residing in Tower Hamlets (further reading can be had HERE), a quick glance at the Tower Hamlets Community Credit Union Ltd reveals just how far the appeasement goes.

Now it seems the pseudo-religious political theory commonly referred to as ‘Islam’ is haggling to have Sharia Law on finance imposed on Blighty.

Islamic loans

Islamic finance is an ethical, indigenous and equitable mode of finance, which derives its principles from the and tradition of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Shariah law (Islamic law), which is based on the Quran and Sunnah, governs Islamic finance.

Islamic Finance as a concept is based on themes of Community Banking, Ethical and Socially Responsible Investments and Affinity Marketing. These themes themselves are based on core ideas, which include individual responsibility, reliance on market mechanism, commitment to economic and social justice and mandatory care for the environment. In Islamic Finance Scholars say that everything is allowed except that which has been specifically forbidden. In essence the believing Muslims view of economics is based on Man’s obligation to organise his affairs in accordance to the will of God as his representative and vice regent on Earth. The goal is not equality but an avoidance of gross inequality along with an injunction that wealth should not become “a commodity between the rich among you”. Islamic Finance is firmly embedded in the commercial, real, value-producing economy.

The credit union is currently investigating the prospect of offering an Islamic type loan based on Shariah law. This has been successfully done by a few Credit Unions overseas and the option is to link this to the Islamic Saver account. At present the payment of a dividend on the saver plus account conforms to Islamic ideals since it is not an interest payment however although Credit Unions loans are not granted to make a profit but to service the operating cost and pay a return to members most Muslims are able to participate in the product. Notwithstanding a loan which incorporates the teachings and conform to traditions and law will be a valuable extension of our work and this is being aggressively considered.

Make what you will of the words, although even I admit the italic part is alluring.  Doesn’t explain the need for all the petro-dollars sought though.  And of course I am against unfair usury, who wouldn’t be, and am a firm believer that fiat money needs to be backed by something other than good faith.  But it will be a cold day in Hell before I swallow this blatant appeasement.

Consider the implications of allowing foreign based law in these lands.  It is bad enough with Law Society sponsored statutes and EU sanctioned directives without another special interest system to pander to.

Saying that, seeing as Blighty is the 24th State of Europe, surely these laws set precedence that can be used at a later date.  And seeing how ‘inclusive’ European Law proclaims to be, then if ever I am arrested on suspicion of sedition, I shall be incurring my God-given Common Law Rights, privileges granted by the Almighty that supercede any EU dictate.  I can even produce a book to prove it too.