Monthly Archives: January 2009

Red Faces

I have been unable to post anything this week due to a busy work schedule, which included sorting out my financial affairs in order to send a large chunk of my money to the Government by the end of the month to pay for abortions, wars (well, bombs and bullets, not sufficient protection for soldiers), sex-change operations, condoms and abortion pills for schoolchildren, faceless anti-British bureaucrats in Brussels, the promotion of homosexuality, bailing out the banks, politicians’ salaries and expenses and tasers as early birthday presents for the police.

Why am I complaining? If they let me keep the money, I would only waste it.

Fortunately, Leg-iron has summed up the past few days of our glorious leaders’ rule with this excellent article….

No wonder the Labour party favours red. It’s the colour of their faces.

Milkybar has managed to enrage half a continent in less time than it takes to pass out the white chocolate treats. He really should have stuck to waving toy guns and grinning with teeth that have never been tainted with chocolate. The Gorgon has had to send out Count Mandelson to smooth things over, but that left the Gorgon running things here.

Which meant that Mrs. Bucket ended up insisting on TV that there was to be a free vote while the Gorgon was calling a three line whip. When he found out he wasn’t allowed to whip opposition MPs, he called off the vote at the last minute. Then moaned that the opposition wouldn’t do as he said. The clue is in the name, Gorgon.

Peter Hain was caught with his hand in the till and ordered to apologise. That’s British justice these days; the more important you are, the lower the sentence.

MP Dawn Butler has a lovely little note signed by the Boss of America, Barack Obama, even though she can’t spell his name. He wrote it on House of Commons notepaper. Which was nice.

As for all that ‘thinking of the children’….

They’d better not believe Labour is going to get them into University.

The schools are run by Righteous who promote family and can’t see a problem with that. All those new specialist schools do well because they suck funds from other schools, so it’s no wonder children are turning to booze and drugs.

Labour: Tough on education, tough on the causes of education. What was that other slogan the Tiny Blur was so fond of? Oh yes, it was ‘Crime, crime , crime’.

Knife crime is at an all-time low, if you look at the charts upside-down as the Ripper has been doing all along. A month ago she said ‘Whoops, someone’s leaked figures showing knife crime is down’. Now, school kids wear stab vests to school because knife crime is, in fact, up by 18 per cent. Better check you have those charts the right way up before leaking them accidentally in future, Ripper.

In Scotland, the SNP justice minister has been called on to resign because he missed a summit on knife crime. In Westmonster, the Home Economics Secretary will be allowed to mumble an apology and carry on with no regard to real life, as usual. (He won’t resign. He’s a politician. They have no honour and no shame.)

The UK’s new growth industry, burglary, is showing above-inflation increases in productivity. The Ripper blames it on the government’s idiotic policies the police being hamstrung by quotas and political correctness and idiot bosses someone else. Fraud and forgery is doing so well it’ll soon be listed on the Stock Exchange. It’s certainly more profitable than the banks.

So what is all this? A late summary of 2008? No, it’s a selection of a few of the news stories over the last couple of days. Not even a week’s worth, and there are far too many to put into a single post as it is.

Anyone presiding over a company that had two or more humiliating reports in the press in the same month would be forced out of office at once. The Brown Gorgon presides over a government that has dozens of humiliating reports every day. He and his drones insist all is well and if there is anything wrong, it’s because there are still members of the public who haven’t been arrested yet.

Gorgon, here’s a suggestion, a line of wasted type because you’ve never listened to anyone and never will. Here it is anyway.

Try looking with the good eye for a while.

Well done, Leg-iron.

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Police taser 89-year-old in Llandudno

A confused elderly gentleman who walked out of his care home in north Wales on Saturday was reported to the police of having “absconded”.

The 89-year-old was found in a quiet street threatening to cut his own throat with a piece of glass.

It appears that, rather than try to calm down and comfort him, the decision was made by “specially trained officers” to shoot the old man with 50,000 volts.

Ten thousand tasers have been ordered for police forces across England and Wales.

People are going to die here as hundreds have in the USA.

As I reported in November, the Metropolitan Police do not want more tasers in case the fear generated causes divisions between the public and police.

I guess that is the whole point. Teach the proles to fear. If some officers do not have the ability to calm down an old man without tasering him and risk inducing a heart attack, how can we expect them to react appropriately to a group of protestors or even a domestic argument?

The old man’s nephew said his uncle “could recall the excruciating pain of the Taser and had said he had been very frightened.”

First, it was on-the-spot fines. Now, it is on-the-spot pain. Well done Jacqui Smith and New Labour.

Never mind; millions of people will still vote for you regardless of what you have in store for us. That is the beauty of your edukashun system – millions of people have been raised by the State to neither know nor care.

You are very sick people.


New Labour’s private army?

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Sycophants required for new Labour blog

New Labour has soft launched its new blog, LabourList.org, which is edited by Derek Draper.

Unlike ConservativeHome, which is independent of the Tory Party, this new Labour site is by the Labour Party machine and intended to be the place “Where Labour minded people come together.”

Yesterday, comments were unmoderated, although some vanished in time. I submitted an offer to write for them (in jest) as a guest blogger. This has, to date, remained on the site.

My reply to Northern Monkey, a regular contributor at LabourHome, was deleted (along with his comment).

Comment moderation has now been activated on a trial basis, so it remains to be seen if they are going to be ultra-picky in making sure that the Party is not ‘dissed’ (as it deserves to be).

It is hard to see how they can possibly expect to last if any fairly mild negative remark, like the one above, fails to be approved.

I tried many times to comment on stories on Labour’s main website, but my comments were removed, normally within a couple of hours. I didn’t swear, I made comments such as this with regard to Ken Livingstone “feeling great” while out on the street campaigning for the London Mayoral election last Spring.:

This comment was removed as was the following one, needless to say.

I see the craven cowards at New Labour are not now inviting comments on their ‘news’ stories.

You can say what you like about Tom Harris MP, but he is prepared to do what most of his scaredy-cat colleagues will not – invite and publish negative comments.

It has been suggested that Tom lost his position as Trains’ Minister because of his blog. I say he is better off out of a government of congenital liars and moral cripples.

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Labour’s new spoof website

The Labour Party registered a couple of new domain names today: davidcameronseconomicpolicy.co.uk and the dot com of the same.

Their purpose is to make a joke of the Tories’ economic policies, or lack of, and direct people to Labour’s official site.

This from the Party that has helped destroy the economy. Yeah, let’s all laugh at Cameron and forget about who has been in power for the past dozen years.

Good plan. If you’ve nothing positive to say or do, go on the offensive.

What crisis? The main item on Labour's homepage today

What crisis? The main item on Labour's homepage todayis to announce their new spoof Tory web conference.

Both the new site and the ‘proper’ Labour one have a quite hilarious* pretend ‘webcabinet‘ chat between Mr Cameron and his shadow cabinet colleagues.

Desperate stuff.

*not

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EU Launches 1984-Style Crackdown On Light Bulbs

There is an interesting parellel with ‘1984’ – the LibLabCon instruction manual – which I shall reveal shortly, but when I read in yesterday’s Daily Mail that there was panic buying of 100 watt light bulbs, I hit the shops late in the day to try and stockpile one of my favourite inventions before the treacherous government allows the EU to deny me the right to buy them forever more.

I visited the large hardware shop in town – we are fortunate still to have one – and bought the last packet of ten 100 watt bulbs, although they hardly had any 40 or 60s either. The checkout girl said there had been no mass bulb-buying exercise and was surprised by the Mail’s article. She had also not heard that the compact fluorescent bulbs which they stock of course, and that we are now expected to fill our homes with, can be dangerous.

I wrote about the dangers three months ago. The report of the hazards of broken compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and cleanup concerns from The Maine Department of Environmental Protection is frightening. Mercury is toxic and can be extremely difficult to completely remove.

The similarity with ‘1984’ concerns the shortage of razor blades in the novel. Propaganda Matrix writer Paul Joseph Watson explains:

“A startling parallel can be drawn from George Orwell’s dystopian classic, 1984, in which a black market for sharp razor blades emerged after The Party ensured that shops only provided blunt ones to prevent the proles from slashing their wrists. Now the proles of 2009 Airstrip One are busy buying up the remaining stock of the traditional light bulb.

From the book,

Everyone kept asking you for razor blades. Actually he had two unused ones which he was hoarding up. There had been a famine of them for months past. At any given moment there was some necessary article which the Party shops were unable to supply. Sometimes it was buttons, sometimes it was darning wool, sometimes it was shoelaces; at present it was razor blades. You could only get hold of them, if at all, by scrounging more or less furtively on the ‘free’ market.

‘I wanted to ask you whether you’d got any razor blades,’ he said. ‘Not one!’ said Winston with a sort of guilty haste. ‘I’ve tried all over the place. They don’t exist any longer.’

“100 watt light bulbs will cease to exist on the open market in the UK within weeks and they will be followed by all incandescent light bulbs within three years as the genius of Thomas Edison 140 years ago that marked one of mankind’s greatest achievements is made obsolete by world government regulation.”

Watson is right. The Mail article shows how the world’s governments are following the same orders basically, by banning incandescent filament bulbs all over Europe and the English-speaking world, as well as South America.

In Britain we are being increasingly told what to do by people with no right to demand anything of us. They seek to change our beliefs, make us watch what we say and get us playing silly games to pretend it helps the planet. As if the distribution of billions of disposable mercury-filled glass tubes will be good for the planet. You’re busted!

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More home PCs expected to be hacked into by the police

One of my favourite bloggers, Leg-iron, posted this today:

If someone sends you an Email with an attached virus designed to hack into your computer and send information to a remote computer, that’s illegal.

If someone breaks into your home and installs a keystroke logger into your keyboard, that’s illegal.

If someone parks outside your home and hacks in to your wireless network, that’s illegal.

Unless it’s the police doing it. Then it’s all okay.

Nothing to worry about. It’s regulated by RIPA so it’ll never be abused. Okay, you can laugh now. When you’ve finished, strengthen your firewall, replace your wireless network with a wired one and get a second USB keyboard – which you take from its hiding place, plug in and use instead of the one that’s permanently connected to your computer.

But we’re not a police state. Oooooh, no.

Posted by Leg-iron, 4th Jan, 2009

There are some interesting comments under the Times article. At the time of writing, there are 33, very few espousing the old chestnut, ‘if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear’.

I used to belong to this camp before people like Alex Jones woke me up. Now I know why it is so important for the ‘authorities’ to monitor us. It is rarely for the purpose of our safety, which most people seem to recognise at last, but rather to keep watch for dissent and ensure we are led like lambs to the slaughter into a new era of total state control.

The question which follows is: what happens to those who refuse to toe the line? There wouldn’t be any point in setting up this massive infrastructure to spy on the people if there were to be no price to pay for being caught.

But caught for what?

We have already seen such incidents as the student who was held for six days for downloading material for his studies into terrorist tactics: he had obtained a copy of the al-Qaida training manual from a US government website.

This incident may have been concocted to gauge the public’s reaction and/or to mentally prepare us for the idea that hacking into the public’s computers is vital to help fight the terrorists.

There is also the danger that if the ‘authorities’ really want you out of the way, they could plant incriminating evidence onto your hard drive.

It should certainly prove to be lot less messy than the treatment Dr David Kelly and Jean Charles de Menezes received, and once someone has been charged with possessing images of child pornography, who will care?

We have to stand up to these bullies – and that includes insisting that we leave the EU, because other police forces in Europe will be able to ask British police to hack into our computers and pass on whatever they find.

As Simon from Brentwood points out: ‘UK police will act as spies for foreign powers, spying on UK citizens’.

It makes me wonder, at what point will the Government finally be rounded up and tried for treason. Why are people afraid of them – they should be very afraid of us!

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The Year Ahead: May God help us all

I left a comment on Tom Harris MP’s blog which I thought I should reproduce here. Tom, about to turn 45, seems slightly concerned about approaching middle age but more importantly promises: “So in 2009 I will try to be a good husband, a good dad, a good friend and a good MP.”

OK, it’s a New Year resolution, which is a world away from a promise and coming from a politician obviously reduces the value of it even more (especially in the light of past New Labour performance), but it is a good sentiment and he may well turn out to be a better judge on its success or failure than anyone else.

Tom finished his piece by writing: “May God help us all,” to which I responded:

We must stop pretending we can go it alone. We truly cannot. History proves that when a society becomes reprobate, the only way is down.

The Almighty has given us the ability to do great things and we are increasingly doing not so great things. The liberal/’humanist’ agenda will relegate the UK to the league of corrupt banana republics.

People increasingly think there are no rules. They think it’s OK to rip people off, including the Government who take our taxes and throw money around like confetti. I wouldn’t mind if it wasn’t to wage unnecessary wars and pay an underclass to remain permanently that way, estranged from the rest of society by being stuck in a mindset of failure and dependency.

There seem to be few rules on a swathe of ethical issues. Our society has practically resigned itself to accept anyone’s behaviour based on their body chemistry, whether of a sexual or criminal nature.

“Free” contraception and abortions are available for the former and the diagnosis of a “disorder” and medication are routinely offered for the latter.

I’m sure things will become very hard/even harder for a lot of people in 2009, but some will start to remember that playing the Almighty’s way is the only way.

…and I was 45 in the summer. Keeping young at heart is all the matters. I couldn’t give a monkey’s about my cholesterol level; I don’t care if my demise is attributed to a surfeit of cake – and I won’t be trying to sue Mr. Kipling.

Sadly, we live in a blame culture because of the systematic neglect of encouraging responsibility. It produces a weak, feeble-minded people – just what the ones at the top of the pyramid require. The rest of us, politicians included, just cannot continue to operate this way.

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