Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Government has “sleeper” ministers in various departments monitoring “gay rights”

Christian Institute
Thursday, 25 September 2008

The Government has “sleeper” ministers in various departments monitoring gay rights, Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has said.

Another Government Minister, Angela Eagle*, promised that “deeper rights” for homosexuals would be included in the Equality Bill, which is expected to place new requirements on public bodies to promote equality.

Miss Eagle also said that the decision of an employment tribunal to uphold Lillian Ladele’s right to be exempt from performing civil partnerships “does not seem to be equal access to me”.

The two ministers were speaking at a fringe meeting of the Labour Party conference, organised by LGBT Labour (a group of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Labour supporters).

Miss Harman also said that the upcoming Equality Bill could present problems for faith schools, but insisted that “cultural views” must not be allowed to cut across “absolute rights”.

The Christian Institute has raised concerns about how the Bill may impact religious liberty.

The rest of the article is here

*Angela Eagle has just “wed” her girlfriend.

“Ms Eagle, who had helped draw up the 2004 legislation that made her big day possible, originally met Ms Exall at Peckham Labour Party meetings. They have been together for 18 years.”

I wonder what her ideas about “deeper rights” for homosexuals will entail and will her “new requirements on public bodies to promote equality” mean even more anti-family/anti-childhood legislation from a Government that lives and breathes in order to destroy what was once a fairly decent society?

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Brownites, Blairites and Ruth Kelly

Two factions of our beleaguered Government are angry about Ruth Kelly’s leaked resignation – for different reasons.

The Transport Secretary told Gordon Brown in the Spring that she wanted to step down at the next Cabinet reshuffle, but somehow the news became common knowledge and at 3.15am yesterday, it was confirmed to journalists.

Critics of Brown accuse Downing Street of leaking the news of Kelly’s resignation to undermine a potential rebel.

Brown responded by saying that the “toxic timing” of news of the resignation was devised by Blairites to suggest “dirty tricks” by Number Ten.

In her speech to Conference yesterday, Ruth Kelly excused herself for departing from her script for a while and said:

“As you may have heard on the news this morning this will be my last time addressing you as a member of the Cabinet. I told Gordon before the summer of my decision to leave the Government for family reasons at the next reshuffle.”

Ruth Kelly wants to leave the Government to spend more time with her four young children, which I respect her for enormously, if this is the true reason, although she should have thought about it earlier, but better late than never I suppose.

As a member of the Roman Catholic Opus Dei, it surely must have been awful at times to have been part of a Government that cares so little about the sanctity of life.

Mary Honeyball, Labour MEP for London says on her blog:

“Ms Kelly is at last doing the decent thing and going because she cannot support the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill due to come before the House of Commons soon for its third reading. It is well known that Kelly not only opposed but forced a free vote during the second reading on three of the Bill’s most important clauses: screening embryos for diseases to allow “saviour siblings”, the creation of human-animal hybrid embryos for vital medical research and ending the requirement for a father in IVF treatment.”

I commented: “Why the heck should she if it is against her conscience? Should there not be voices in the Government to echo the feelings of the millions of others who share her view on this? As for “ending the requirement for a father in IVF treatment”. That disgusts me. To me that is child abuse, but that’s Labour’s forte thanks to mountains of anti-children and anti-family legislation.”

Ruth Kelly is right to put her children first, says Melanie Reid in the Times and adds “As Ritalin increasingly takes the place of proper parenting, let’s praise a politician with the correct priorities.”

And let’s condemn an infighting Government that doesn’t truly give a damn about children, their self-esteem, their future.

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Brown’s Conference speech reveals a man terminally trapped in his own web of deceit

Let’s be honest; Gordon Brown cannot be trusted to tell you the sum of 2+2, as amply demonstrated by the Gordon Brown Calculator, courtesy of the Taxpayers’ Alliance.

Introduced and endorsed by his wife Sarah at Labour’s Conference yesterday, the Prime Minister showed how short on ideas he is. Instead of even pretending he had solid policies that would actually benefit the country as a whole, Mr Brown concentrated on other matters, like his love for his country.

You just have to scroll down the list of articles on my website to see New Labour’s love for the people, but still Brown insists:

“The people of Britain would never forget if we failed to put them first.”

On the 10p tax debacle, Brown played for sympathy by saying: “it really hurt,” meaning it hurt him. Not financially, of course, unlike millions of others, but no doubt because it proved to be unpopular and cost votes.

The removal of the 10p tax band had been planned a long time before it was implemented, but nevertheless, Mr Brown continued with the con trick:

“We stand and we fight hard for fairness. We don’t give in, and we never will.”

He did say something that could be recognised as the truth:

“And if people say I’m too serious, quite honestly there’s a lot to be serious about.”

He just didn’t own up to the contribution his Party made.

Misquote claim

Gordon Brown was accused of misquoting shadow chancellor George Osborne when he said: “In the week that banks were collapsing the man who wants to run our economy … said ‘it’s a function of financial markets that people make loads of money out of the misery of others’.”

Speaking on Newsnight, Osborne actually said: “No one takes pleasure from people making money out of the misery of others, but that is a function of capitalist markets. The real issue is what is (sic) the causes of this problem … And the causes of the problem are an economy built on debt, a housing boom that went on for 10 years unchecked.”

Nicholas Watt


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New Labour’s New Website – game for a laugh!

Tom Harris MP posted a blog to notify us about New labour’s lovely new website, so naturally I couldn’t wait to share in his delight.

It is better designed than its predecessor for sure. I think that’s probably where the compliments end. Let’s look at what the Party is telling us.

What is immediately apparent is that New labour is “winning the fight for Britain’s future.”

Britain’s future as a third world satellite of Brussels, that is.

I’m not sure if the wee girl is about to throw herself off a cliff at the thought of her future under Labour, after all, Labour’s present is bad enough.

Don’t do it love – Labour will be kicked out very soon. (Don’t tell her about Cameron or she’ll jump just the same.)

The “How you can help” banner down the right hand side is a hoot.

The first pretty little button enables you to donate money to the Party that has taken so much from you already.

The first amount on the drop-down menu is £15. That could buy an MP a tasteful polyester tie.

There is not an option to donate £950, so please make cheques for this amount payable to Wendy Alexander.

The second button down is “Join”. Sounds like an order, but I’ll resist the temptation.

The green button is “Volunteer”. I already have done – I’m volunteering my time and money to expose New Labour.

The dark blue button can tell me about “events near me”. Now that is useful. I no longer have to buy a paper, I can just click this button and find where the latest stabbings, muggings, bankruptcies, etc. are.

The light blue button invites us to “Fundraise”. If you have already clicked the top button to donate, you can now go round your friends and neighbours asking for their money too. Be prepared to remove your head from the toilet at some stage.

The grey button can tell you where Labour is in your area, but it doesn’t give details of where you can buy pitchforks.

The “Recruit” button is next and while you’re busy with that, don’t forget to “Tell your friends”. Don’t worry: I already do!

The final button is for us to leave our comments to explain “why I’m Labour.”

Sheila Stevens has commented, “You can say what you like about Labour I know they are the only Party who’ll look out for people like me – ordinary people who work hard.”

Sheila sweetheart, they didn’t even want you to have a 10p income tax rate. I could go on ad infinitum Sheila, but I think I’d be wasting my time.

The main body of the home page has several headlines.

At the time of writing, the top headline is “Manchester welcomes Labour” and a picture of Hazel Blears.

I think the headline must be wrong.

Next up (or down) is “Fair rules, fair chances and a fair say for all” says Gordon Brown.

You missed out “fair dinkum” Gordon?

Guess what, dear unelected Prime Minister: we don’t believe a word you say.

Other headlines:

“What more can Labour do to improve your local area?”

Erm, you’ve done enough for us now thanks. Please go.

“Building Schools for the Future”

Using private money that will have to be paid back in the future. Yet again making the rich richer and the poor poorer – it’s only fair – in Gordon’s mind.

The whole website is a two-fingered salute to the truth. In that much, it delivers as expected.


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Political Animals ………

While taking things easy at the weekend, I looked through the large selection of lolcats on this site and soon started thinking about politics again. Here’s why…

Politicians are masters of cunning and deceit ….

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Politicians try and make the public fear everything ….

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Politicians always say they are listening to public opinion ….

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The ‘authorities’ really do want to hear from us ….

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More Police State ….

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How politicians react when thinking about their cunning plans ….

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Democracy is ….

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We can trust the government with the economy ….

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The rising cost of living ….

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Equality and Diversity ….

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We can trust the government with our data ….

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State edumakayshun ….

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Governments support mad scientists ….

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Manmade global warming ….

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The next President of the United States ….

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Gordon Brown ….

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Tony Blair in 1997 ….

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Politicians in general ….

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What to say when you meet a politician ….

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Royal Mail Honours Eugenicist & Nazi Sympathizer

The Labour Government has already overseen the closure of thousands of Post Offices and the culling continues. The Government and Royal Mail don’t seem to care about the social benefits of vital community services, so a new stamp honouring a eugenicist and Nazi sympathiser hardly comes as a surprise.

Paul Joseph Watson
Propaganda Matrix
Friday, September 12, 2008

Royal Mail is set to honor Marie Stopes, a feminist who opened the first birth control clinic in Britain in 1921 as well as being Nazi sympathizer and a eugenicist who advocated that non-whites and the poor be sterilized, by adopting her image for a new set of stamps.

Stopes, a racist and an anti-Semite, campaigned for selective breeding to achieve racial purity, a passion she shared with Adolf Hitler in adoring letters and poems that she sent the leader of the Third Reich.

The feminist also attended the Nazi congress on population science in Berlin in 1935, while calling for the “compulsory sterilisation of the diseased, drunkards, or simply those of bad character.” Stopes acted on her appalling theories by concentrating her abortion clinics in poor areas so as to reduce the birth rate of the lower classes.

Stopes left most of her estate to the Eugenics Society, an organization that shared her passion for racial purity and still exists today under the new name The Galton Institute. The society has included members such as Charles Galton Darwin (grandson of the evolutionist), Julian Huxley and Margaret Sanger.

Ominously, The Galton Institute website promotes its support and funding initiative for “the practical delivery of family planning facilities, especially in developing countries.” In other words, the same organization that once advocated sterilizing black people to achieve racial purity in the same vein as the Nazis is now bankrolling abortions of black babies in the third world.

Several prominent individuals have expressed their outrage that Stopes is to be included on the 50p stamp in Britain.

Chaplain to the Stock Exchange Peter Mullen, who is Rector of St Michael’s in the City of London, branded Stopes a ‘Nazi sympathiser’.

He said: ‘She campaigned to have the poor, the sick and people of mixed race sterilised.

‘Stopes extended her vile doctrines even to her own family. She cut her son Harry out of her will after he married a near- sighted woman – actually the daughter of Barnes Wallis, inventor of the bouncing bomb deployed by the Dambusters.

‘She planned to adopt a child herself-but stipulated that “the boy must be completely healthy, intelligent and uncircumcised”.

‘The managers of the Royal Mail deserve to be condemned for their honouring Marie Stopes.’

Anthony Ozimic of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children said: “Praising Marie Stopes as a woman of distinction should be as unacceptable as praising Adolf Hitler as a great leader.”

“Both promoted compulsory sterilisation and thereby the eventual elimination of society’s most vulnerable members to achieve what they called racial progress.”

Others are now campaigning to return any items of mail with the new stamp on them.

The fact that the image of Stopes was chosen by a group of female academics and historians underscores the very real foothold that eugenics-style thinking still maintains amongst 21st century elitists.

Alex Jones’ 2007 documentary End Game exposes how the origins of eugenics began not with Hitler and the Nazis, but in fact with the Anglo-American elite towards the end of the 19th century.

The rest of the article can be read here: Propaganda Matrix

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Gordon Brown’s Bizarre Email to Party Members

Today on LabourHome, I noticed someone had posted this bizarre email that the Prime Minister had sent to the Party faithful.

See what you think…

Today, at our Cabinet Meeting held in the West Midlands, I am setting out to my Cabinet colleagues the current challenges as I see them and my response to them. I also wanted to write to you personally as a Labour Party member to share the following with you.

For 10 years we’ve benefited from unprecedented growth, a rapidly expanding economy and rising living standards.  But the global credit crunch is forcing people across the country to change how they live their lives. Our world has changed.

While David Cameron’s Conservatives may be willing to let people fend for themselves – I will not let this happen.

I will not turn my back on those who need help.

The quest to ensure that power, wealth, and opportunity are in the hands of the many, not the few, is fundamental to our purpose. This is why the Labour Party exists.

People want a government that is always on their side – but at their side only when they need it. They want a government that is empowering, not overpowering.

This is not about rhetoric. It’s about fairness and unfairness.

It’s about providing support to those who played by the rules but are struggling with rising prices.  It’s about making sure that a fair chance is provided to all.

I will not pretend that there is a quick fix. It requires leadership, squaring up to hard truths, being open with the British people about the choices we face, and making tough decisions on priorities for public spending.

I know that there are people who feel that modern Britain has been unfair to them. Some of them are right. But there is nothing that is bad about Britain that cannot be overcome by what is good about Britain.

In the coming weeks, I will set out how I – and our party, and our government, and our country – must rise to conquer those challenges and ensure fairness for all.

Fairness is my purpose, my pride, my principle.

And my promise to you.


Thank you “Gordon,” I’m sure there are sanatoria where people still believe every word you say, Gordon.

There was doubt among some LabourHome posters whether Mr Brown had written the email. I suggested the following under my LabourHome pseudonym, FreedomAndTruth:

I’m sure Gordon didn’t write it. It was Enid Blyton or some fairytale writer.

To dissect just one paragraph:

“The quest to ensure that power, wealth, and opportunity are in the hands of the many, not the few, is fundamental to our purpose. This is why the Labour Party exists.”

Wrong! That’s why the original party existed. New Labour – never let it be forgotten – has increased the divide between rich and poor.

They are taking our individual power with swathes of legislation and fear-mongering.

They are throwing away our sovereign power to the EU and UN, big corporations and banking cartels.

As for “opportunity” – Brown must be thinking of how many houses he could own, like Tony, off the back of being a cunning and hopeless politician.

His email shows what a liar he is – but we all knew that.

Time restraints prevented me from demolishing the whole ridiculous email which was an insult to anyone with any intelligence or self-esteem.

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MP calls for new Dr. David Kelly death probe after latest revelations

Unfortunately and unsurprisingly, the MP in question is not a Labour one, but Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker, who has written a book on Dr Kelly, who he believes was murdered by supporters of the war, possibly exiled Iraqi dissidents.

Looking at the evidence, if he was murdered by Iraqis, they were surely given a large helping hand by UK agents.

At any rate, it seems that most Labour MPs are content to sit back and allow whitewash inquiries to settle their consciences.

Maybe they are afraid that by speaking out they too will be endangering their lives.

I keep saying we have a government of cowards and traitors.

Daily Mail
By Glen Owen
06th September 2008

David Kelly’s mysterious death should be investigated by a coroner to establish whether the weapons inspector was murdered, the Government has been told.

The demand was made in a letter to Attorney General Baroness Scotland following revelations in The Mail on Sunday that question the Hutton Inquiry’s finding of suicide.

After 59-year-old Dr Kelly’s body was discovered in woods near his Oxfordshire home in July 2003, a coroner’s inquiry into his death was controversially halted by the Government.

Lord Hutton took over the investigation and concluded the scientist slashed his left wrist and took an overdose of painkillers after being named as the source of a BBC report on the Iraq war.

But after the weapons inspector’s close friend Mai Pederson cast doubt in this newspaper last week on his ability to kill himself – she says his right hand was so weak following an accident that he would have been unable to cut himself fatally – Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker has written to the Attorney General demanding a coroner’s inquest.

Mr Baker, who has written a book on Mr Kelly, believes he was murdered by supporters of the war, with exiled Iraqi dissidents heading his list of suspects.

See also: ‘CIA helped draw up dodgy Iraq war dossier for No 10

In his letter to Baroness Scotland, Mr Baker argues that Lord Hutton’s finding of suicide would not have been endorsed by a coroner’s court because it could not be proved ‘beyond reasonable doubt’.

Since the Hutton report was published it has also been revealed that there were no fingerprints on the knife Dr Kelly is supposed to have used.

Also, he suffered from a disorder that made it hard for him to swallow pills – and when a heat-seeking search aircraft flew over the spot where his corpse was found shortly after his supposed time of death it did not pick up any sign of a body.

Some experts suggest he was killed elsewhere.

Ms Pederson, an American military linguist, has also revealed that Dr Kelly told her that he was on an Iraqi hit list and if Britain invaded the country ‘he would be found dead in the woods’.

Mr Baker writes: ‘Lord Hutton appeared to have decided that Dr Kelly had committed suicide before his inquiry had even begun, and limited the evidence given accordingly.

‘I argue, therefore, that it is clear beyond doubt that there was an insufficiency of inquiry, as a result of both the nature of the inquiry itself, but more particularly by the way Lord Hutton interpreted his role.

‘There is much more that has been uncovered, which taken together suggests very strongly that Lord Hutton’s conclusions are unsafe, and that justice demands that there be a proper inquest.’

from The Daily Mail

See also – ‘I feared I’d end up dead in the woods like Dr Kelly,’ says biological warfare expert who criticised Britain and U.S.

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“Are you a Tory?”

It’s all right, it’s not one of those quizzes that tells you which party’s views you most associate with, it was a question that was emailed to me by a visitor to my ‘truth about Labour’ website.

He added, “The Tories and Liberals would have backed up the Illegal wars on Iraq and Afghanistan. Look at the warmongering Tories who took us into War for a few contractors on the Falklands-Then Paddy Ashdown a military Buff man who would have done it too. Why keep on attacking and discrediting NLP when you don’t have resolutions your self?”

It was a fair question which I thought deserved a reply, which was as follows:


Thank you for taking the time to drop me an email. I’m certainly not a Tory, but Labour are in government and so they get the flack. I have also registered and to deal with those parties appropriately as well, time permitting.

“Why keep on attacking and discrediting NLP when you don’t have resolutions your self?”

I don’t always have the answers, especially as NL have messed things up so much. I do remind readers in some of my articles that I do not support any mainstream party – that there is a false left/right paradigm that offers the illusion of choice.

Unfortunately, like you hinted at, big corporations are really in charge – bankers, arms manufacturers, rebuilding contractors, Big Pharma, self-interest groups posing as charities, etc.

I think all the main parties are rotten because they all more-or-less go along with this while disregarding what is good and right for the people.

Examples: warmongering, globalism and political correctness.

What would I do? What can I do other than expose the corruption and try to teach people what politics is really all about and encourage them to be more proactive?

We don’t have a gun pointed at us to force us to vote for a main party, but most people are lost in a ‘them vs us’ tribal mindset when it comes to Labour and Tory. Then no matter who gets elected, the majority just tends to let them get on with messing things up for four or five years without ever confronting them about what matters to them.

This has to change now more than ever.

Thanks again for your email.

Kind regards

Stewart Cowan

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