Thursday, 28 June 2007
Wednesday, 27 June 2007
Give it a week, you won't be able to tell the difference between one c*&t and the other.
Oh well, I guess we're all Europeans now.
The removal of the right to protest
The removal of the right to a fair trial
The removal of decency, family values and British culture
The re-introduction of TB, rickets, the massive increase in AIDS and various other diseases
The introduction of gang warfare and knife culture
The introduction of segregation whilst at the same time forcing integration
The introduction of so many new taxes, airport, refuse, insurance, etc.
The doubling of council tax
The theft of millions of people's pensions
The massive unrestrained immigration
The loss of jobs to foreign competition
The introduction of tens of thousands of foreign criminals into this country (are they? Who knows, nobody carries out any checks)
The failure to prosecute or deport plane hijackers, known terrorists and the like to protect them from harm!
The huge rise in people not in work
Making putting rubbish in the wrong bin a criminal offence
The stealing of items from shops (with the accompanying threats) a cautionable offence
The downgrading of numerous offences such as mugging, assault, bag snatching
The introduction of offences such as using a mobile phone whilst driving, not having children in a booster seat, smoking in public, putting personal rubbish in a public bin etc etc
The early release of thousands of prisoners due to lack of prison space
Not building any prisons
Instructing judges and magistrates not to impose adequate sentences on offenders due to overcrowding
Reducing rubbish collections to once a fortnight
Politically motivated and malicious prosecutions against indigenous British political opponents
Ignoring the rule of law when certain groups of people protest and make public threats against their own (adopted) country
Committing our armed forces to an illegal war and then failing to provide the necessary resources required to fight it
Abandoning our boys and girls in their hour of need with failure to provide proper evacuation and dedicated medical facilities
The demonising of Christianity, the Family, hetrosexuality
The destruction of the National Health Service
The destruction of the Education System
The destruction of the British Identity
The destruction of the Union of Great Britain
The removal of democracy
..... the list is endless
Thank you Mr Blair, the nation looks forward to one day repaying you for what you have done for us all.
Sunday, 24 June 2007
So why is it that ITV think it is OK for Trevor McDonald to refer to Bernard Manning as a white Bastard? In a skit that makes fun of Bernard Manning being a racist, Trevor McDonald commits a racist act. How clever, humour and hypocrisy all rolled into one.
One of the reasons given for the removal of the contestant from the BB house was that she used a racist word which insulted all black people. Is the phrase White Bastard not offensive to all white people?
I trust the media and establishment will roundly condemn Sir Trevor's comments lest the general public start to believe that racism is treated as a one way street in this country.
What a shame that Trevor McDonald has decided wreck an otherwise distinguished career with this pathetic racist remark.
Thursday, 21 June 2007
Despite the fact that the corrupt and discredited system of awarding political honours to the chosen few has little, if any, relevance to everyday British Citizens, Britain is once again threatened with bearing the consequences of not behaving how these Muslims want.
Sami ul Haq, leader of the pro-Taliban Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam and a member of the Pakistan Parliament concisely sums up why it is all our fault:
"Europe and Western nations are intentionally pushing Muslims towards extremism by awarding a nefarious person (sic)," Haq said.
Tuesday, 19 June 2007
I was sad to hear of the death of Bernard Manning. I was born in Salford and used to hang around with friends in Moston near the famous club. We were going to watch him one evening but chickened out at the last minute because he sometimes picked on young fresh faces in the audience, and his wit could really bite!
I thought he was a fantastic guy, a funny comedian and well liked in the area. He knew who he was and was comfortable with that. He did not presume to tell anybody what to do, nor what to say. Truly a great British entertainer.
The man who thinks that Members of the British National Party should not be allowed to work in the public sector (or indeed seen in public), the man who thinks that his fellow "British" citizens should be treated as less than human, believes that the height of humour is to make tasteless jokes about our late Queen Mother.
Delivering an after dinner speech at Imperial College London's centenary ball, Phillips said:
"I was asked to escort the Queen Mother for the evening. One of the things I had to do was dance with her."The security people came a few days before to explain what I had to do."There was a clearing of throats and shuffling of feet."One of them said, 'Mr Phillips, I need to share something with you. When you're dancing with the Queen Mother you will have to lay your hands on her.'"I said, 'Yes, that's what happens in dancing. But I'm not going to grope the Queen Mother.'"He replied, 'You have to be careful about where you put your hands. You have to be careful about the colostomy bag.'"
In September last year, Mr Phillips was announced as chair of the new Commission for Equality and Human Rights which will be officially launched in October. SHAME!
Monday, 18 June 2007
Mohammad Ali Hosseini, spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry ...
for providing a shining example of tolerance and for their unstinting demonstration of how to maintain a true sense of proportion.
Following hot on the news that the "acclaimed British author" Salman Rushdie is to receive a knighthood for, according to a spokesman for the British Foreign Office, self-explanatory reasons, Mr Ijaz ul-Haq told the Pakistani Parliament in Islamabad that:
"If someone exploded a bomb on his body he would be right to do so unless the British government apologises and withdraws the 'sir' title."
A government-backed resolution condemning the author's knighthood was passed unanimously by the lower house of the Pakistani parliament amid angry protests across the country including the burning of effigies of Salman Rushdie and The Queen!
Pakistan's minister for parliamentary affairs, Sher Afgan Khan Niazi, who proposed the resolution condemning the honour, branded Rushdie a "blasphemer".
She told MPs: "The 'sir' title from Britain for blasphemer Salman Rushdie has hurt the sentiments of the Muslims across the world. Every religion should be respected. I demand the British government immediately withdraw the title as it is creating religious hatred."
Creating religious hatred eh? Hmm.
Meanwhile in Iran, Mohammad Ali Hosseini, a spokesman for Iran's foreign ministry, said the decision to honour the novelist was an orchestrated act of aggression directed against Islamic societies.
He said Rushdie was "one of the most hated figures" in the Islamic world.
"Honouring and commending an apostate and hated figure will definitely put the British officials [in a position] of confrontation with Islamic societies," Mr Hosseini said.
So there you have it, the knighting of the famous British author Salman Rushdie is seen by the Iranians as an orchestrated act of aggression directed against Islamic societies. Fortunately for us, I would suggest, Iran is not yet a nuclear power, and anyway, they have other priorities on their list of countries to settle with.
As for the Pakistan Government, well, at least they seem willing to accept an apology and then we can forget the whole thing. I wonder though, if the British Government fails to apologize, what will the outcome be.
First a Pakistan Government Minister condoning suicide bombing in Britain, what next?
Who knows, Pakistan is a nuclear power and after all you gotta .....................!
Update: Apparently Mohammed Ijaz ul-Haq didn't say or indeed mean what has been reported, he merely meant that at a time when suicide bombings are occurring, we should not give the bombers an opportunity to be able to justify their action.
Hmm, not sure that I see any real difference. Don't upset the suicide bombers or they may bomb you. Brilliant policy, do everything the terrorists say and you need not fear the terrorists. Now why didn't we think of that!