Thursday, 31 January 2008

Northern Cock

I will return later to the reason why none of them wish to be honest with us.  First, I need to let you in on the secret being withheld from us.  We keep being reassured by the Prime Minister and his Chancellor that the assets owned by Northern Rock are high quality. The mortgages held by Northern Rock are sound, they say.  This is patently untrue and all of the above-mentioned parties are aware of this crucial fact.    Since I do not have personal access to the records of Northern Rock, how can I state this categorically? Let us look at some of the proofs which are available to us.

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If the allegations have any foundation, then we are being fed a diet of manure Cordon Labour.
It makes a change from Cordon Tory.
If I had an MP with whom I had trust, I would be demanding action. But what a waste of a postage stamp.
I have sent my MP pre-stamped envelopes, but either Royal Mail mislaid the replies, or...
Don't you just love Politician?

English Martyrs!

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Islamic extremist gang 'plotted to kidnap British Muslim soldier and behead him like a pig'

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Having spent an entire lifetime fighting terrorism - I have the right to say that these are not British. If Jesus was born in a stable was he a cow/horse/donkey/camel/goat?
Yet they want to murder soldiers!
Has the Revolution begun? Every time this subject is approached in the Media the same group of apologist are out to spin a defence. If my country is so abhorrent - leave. I like my children to be able to think for themselves, to be able to make their own mistakes, to chose their own God, their own spouse, their own time to marry and divorce. I like for them to live in the 21st century.

Another pig in the trough?

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Guido has tried to find out what punishment was meted out to Lord Hoyle yesterday. He was in trouble for getting caught taking undeclared cash-for-access from lobbyists for arms dealers to meet with the Defence Procurement Minister. The Lordship's disciplinary committee, chaired by Lord Woolf (the former Chief Justice) met in secret yesterday and we the people are not entitled to know the result. Such is our democracy...
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Does anyone remember Labour MP's implicated in the scandal of payments for introductions? Can you tell me who they were and what they are now up to?

Wednesday, 30 January 2008

World Today

The Conway Affair

Cricket in the land of the unbeatable

Canadians problems with alleged spies

Leader of South Africa's ANC under pressure from womens organisations

Pigs in the trough?

Instances as this make the archaic use of English more difficult to explain. Is this the honourable act of an Honourable Member of Parliament? Past miscreants from the Conservative Party, caught doing wrong, have been jailed and rightly so.
There Labour counterparts who have disgraced their position, treated the electorate with contempt, been incompetent in the extreme, should also face the wrath of the Courts.
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£1.5m: The extraordinary amount Tory MP Derek Conway's family earned from the taxpayer (after bonuses)

And the Daily Mail can reveal that in six years the cost to the taxpayer of Derek Conway and his family was an astonishing £1,535,716.70.

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Saturday, 26 January 2008

More defence of the indefensible!

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MPs can't distinguish right from legal

Peter Hain has made history: his is the first British ministerial scalp to have been claimed by a blogger. Kudos, as the Americans say, to Guido Fawkes, who first sighted his tomahawk at the Hain campaign 12 months ago when he posted Hain's campaign strategy. In other respects, though, this has been a traditional resignation: the minister clinging on until the last possible moment, the PM declaring "full confidence" in his man, the press piling detail on detail, none monstrous in itself, until the cumulative impression was of overwhelming tawdriness.

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When Labour lackies kowtow to the same lie that Peter Hain has only been 'incompetent', they are just adding to the general conviction that they are now as corrupt as the donkeys in the Conservative Party.
You cannot promulgate law, have the the very first sentence of the Act to instruct you to do something, then completely ignore that instruction for what ever insidious reason you, as a Parliamentarian, deems ok. That is corruption in it's most base form.
Now how about Harriet Harmon, Wendy Alexander, Peter Mandlesohn and all the other Labour grandees with selective memories?

Friday, 25 January 2008

Crime down.

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28 gun crimes committed in UK every day

Home Secretary Jacqui Smith
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Yes, down on those least able to defend themselves.
When the Home Secretary has to have an escort to go for a kebab, what about the English lady prisoner on the 20th floor of a dilapidated block of animal infested flats?

Who cares. Definitely not the Government who get state paid protection for their inadequacies.

Well done 40.

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Marines conduct first Afghan Amphibious Operation

Royal Marines conducted the first ever amphibious operation in landlocked Afghanistan last night, Sunday 6 January 2008, by crossing the reservoir at Kajaki Dam to open up a new front against the enemy.

Royal Marines from Charlie Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, training for the first amphibous assault performed in Afghanistan [Picture: LA(Phot) AJ Macleod] . Opens in a new window.

"Reconnaissance patrols both by land and water were carried out to ensure that we could get men ashore and into position, but the key to the success of the operation was, as ever, the courage and skill of the Royal Marines who took part."

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Is the MoD so desperate for recruits that it gives out such detailed tactical information as this?

Everyone knows what Bootnecks are, except the MoD and the Labour Party. Never, well not until the Falklands conflict, did embedded operators - journalists to you and me - accompany the Commandos in the field. From the footage available from Afghanistan, these interfering amateurs are a hindrance and an inconvenience to the lads doing their work. Or is that over the Governments head?

Killed in Afghanistan

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Corporal Darryl Gardiner killed in Afghanistan
Cpl Darryl Gardiner. Opens in a new window.
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It is sad that almost thirty years after the Rhodesian conflict, that the MoD seems not to have learned any of the lessons from that time, where mine hits were often but the casualty rates seem far lower then they are now. The simple methods that the Rhodesians took to defend their vehicles are not being employed today by this inept MoD. Any former Rhodesian soldier can tell you how it is done.
Sincerest commiserations to Cpl Gardiner, his family and comrades at this sad loss.

Thursday, 24 January 2008

Dithering Labour loosing it's respectability?

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Minister Peter Hain Has Resigned

How Donations Row Proved Fatal For Hain

"At best he has not been on top of what is going on in terms of fund-raising, at worst, he has been less than frank about what is going on.

The decision to refer the case to Scotland Yard follows an inquiry into £103,000 worth of donations to Mr Hain's campaign which was belatedly declared to the Electoral Commission.

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Any ordinary person in the UK declaring to the Government that they were too busy to fill in a Tax Declaration would be hastened to planet Dartmoor for about 5 years. Politicians, especially Labour ones, seem to think that their laws are for everyone else except them.
So the questions are, was it £103.000, £175.000 or more that some secret organisation procured for the Ducker and Diver in chief. Why did Ducker and Diver need more than all the other participants for a totally irrelevant post - deputy leader of the British Labour Party?
On behalf of all rugby loving players and former players I want to make one comment about the plight of Mr Hain; GOOD.

Friday, 18 January 2008

Thoughts for 2008

Ten Thoughts to Ponder for 2008

Number 10
Life is sexually transmitted.

Number 9
Good health is merely the slowest
possible rate at which one can die.

Number 8
Men have two emotions:

Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich.

Number 7
Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day, teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.

Number 6
Some people are like a Slinky
. Not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs.

Number 5
Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday,
lying in hospitals dying of nothing.

Number 4
All of us could take a lesson from the weather.
It pays no attention to Criticism.

Number 3
Why does a slight tax increase cost you £200.00 and a substantial tax cut saves you £30.00?

Number 2
In the 60's,
people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is Weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

And The Number 1 Thought For 2008:

We know exactly where one cow with Mad-cow-disease is located among millions and millions of cows in the UK but we haven't got a clue as to where millions of illegal immigrants and terrorists are located. Maybe we should put the Department of Agriculture - Defra - in charge of Immigration.

Thursday, 10 January 2008

Bombs v. Bombers

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US targets al-Qaida insurgents with massive air strikes

US soldier hunting for al-Qaida militants

The attack, involving B-1 bombers and F-16 fighters, was part of operation Phantom Phoenix, a campaign launched on Tuesday against al-Qaida insurgents who have regrouped following the "surge" around Baghdad.

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A word of warning for those who have never fought in COIN- counter-insurgency- warfare. IT DOES NOT WORK.

Whilst my heart goes out to the gun-fodder of the American GI, I cannot condone the unproven method of high altitude bombing. For every child that is injured in such operations, the recruiting sergeants for the terrorist organisations get another family of volunteers.


Why are people surprised at the latest revelation about Hain's finances?
Put dogdem and avoidem in front of twelve English men/women who have experienced the disastrous effects of Hain's stewardship, i.e. former regular soldiers who have lost their pensions, the homeless former regular soldier who is treated after illegal immigrants, ill former regular soldiers whose funds are going to pay for treatment to others who have not paid a penny towards the Welfare State,...need I go on?

Hain failed to declare £100,000 of donations

The work and pensions secretary, Peter Hain, arriving at Downing Street

The scale of the under-reporting - more than half the total income received by the Hain campaign - will shock many party members and raise questions as to how such a massive apparent oversight occurred.

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Wednesday, 9 January 2008

British Citizen.

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The dentist terrorist: British Muslim who planned to murder UK troops jailed

The haul of weapons, cash and terror handbooks he was carrying however told a much more sinister story.

Yesterday he became the first person to be convicted under tough new anti-terror laws.

However it emerged he could be out of jail in a year.

sohail qureshi
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If they are British and they plan sedition against the Crown and her Agents, why should they not be charged with treason?

Tuesday, 8 January 2008

American Compassion for its Veterans?

Neglected and Untreated, a Wounded Iraq War Veteran Dies in Barracks at Fort Knox

But instead of getting better, the brain-injured soldier from Westfield, Ind., was found dead in his barracks Sept. 21. Preliminary reports show he may have been unconscious for days and dead for hours before someone checked on him.

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For those who think the United States is Utopia for the Vets, read this article and contemplate on reality.

Mr Squeaky Clean with dirty hands?

Inquiry launched as Labour caught in new donations row

Hain failed to declare tens of thousands of pounds for his deputy leader bid

Hain volunteered that he had made omissions in his declared donations to the Electoral Commission in the wake of the David Abrahams donor scandal last month. Although he did not take any money from any of the proxies for Abrahams, he discovered that he had not declared one £5,000 donation from Jon Mendelsohn, now Gordon Brown's chief fundraiser.

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Having watched this political career blossom on vanity, pinko-liberalism, half truths and clear avoidance for the past 30 years I have a recommendation for Mr Clean. Get yourself a job with the English football coaching set-up. If you can teach the ill-educated footballers to sidestep with your dexterity, England footballers would be World Beaters instead of BLEATERS.

Government by denial?

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Students who overstay visas 'not deported'

Foreign students who overstay their visas are not being deported as they are not regarded as a high priority by the Home Office, it was reported last night.

The Border and Immigration Agency memo, obtained by the Daily Mail, was written after the agency's head intervened last month to "cancel" a student's deportation.

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No houses for some indigenous people. Water supply scarce, homes to be built in flood plains, hospitals not costed where illegal services are being provided to illegal immigrants.
Is it true that the mass majority of immigrants support Labour?
Why should their collective voice drown out the English?

Monday, 7 January 2008