The Laws, writings and theories of centuries of the planets most forward thinking and innovative scholars are being washed down the drain of multiculturalism and political correctness.
Again I say, Heathrow is still open.
A soldier who killed a comrade by shooting him in the head as he messed around with a sniper's rifle in Iraq was yesterday sent to a military detention centre but was not dismissed from the army.
"Like so many people in Britain I am ashamed at how successive governments have failed these magnificent and loyal soldiers." Joanna Lumley
Almost 1,000 Gurkha veterans - many with more than two decades of exemplary service - have been refused visa clearance by British embassies in Kathmandu, Hong Kong and Macau on the grounds that they do not have strong enough ties with the UK. The government argues that since they never lived in the UK, they have no real links with the country. It is estimated that between 7,000 and 10,000 more Gurkha veterans would settle in Britain should they win the case. Rai, who served as a drummer and machine gunner for 13 years and 81 days, asked for a settlement visa because he seeks medical treatment - unavailable in Nepal - for his physical wound and the mental scars he says still shake him. His application was refused in October 2006.
For as long as 5 years, former Royal Marine and Tank Regiment veteran Eddie Rawlinson relied on an individual caseworker to look after his intimate needs (Friday 12 September 2008). This man, one of the countless caseworkers who dedicated their own private time to look after the needs of veterans, was summarily dismissed from the ranks of Ssafa. Political machinations between an ineffectual regional office at Fulwood Barracks, and the do-er out in the community culminated in the case worker taking the so-called charity to the Crown Court and winning.
The caseworker was dissatisfied with running of Ssafa Lancashire and the complete ineffectiveness of Ssafa Central in
With sour attitudes emanating from both Fulwood Barracks and Ssafa Central Office, Ssafa Lancashire has fallen into sinecure. The only statement that Central Office could come up with was that the people in Fulwood Barracks were experienced caseworkers. The facts do not substantiate the claim when the mass majority of casework was undertaken by two individual caseworkers, and their contribution monthly possibly outdid the entire lifetime contribution of the Fulwood barracks brigade.
Had Eddie Rawlinson still had a close liaison with a Ssafa caseworker of the calibre of his
Is it not time that the Charities Commission looked into the abysmal affairs at Fulwood, and that former Royal Marine Gen Sir Robin Ross remembered that he too was also a BOOTNECK?
The plot thickens.
From the old mill town of
I am often accused of outright racism, but few delve into my background. What offends me and the mass majority of English people is that consecutive Governments have outlawed truth, to be replaced by some Politically Correct hogwash that only the simpletons of leftie Lieber and free sex with children Liberals applaud.
Just a short time after the murderer of Keith Brown, messages of support from his fellow immigrants trickle in; now other murders of an Englishman have conveniently skipped the front pages of the national press.
So, when these immigrants have been convicted of a Serious Arrestable Crime, have they been deported along with their families and supporters? Not a chance in hell! But many years ago Labour removed nationality from several Brits because they supported the Smith Regime in beautiful
They just wanted to get on with making the finest country in the world, better.
By the way, has Heathrow been closed?
Lets us now enforce Ancient English Law for the protection of English people. As from today, every Englishman must carry a cross-bow and be made to practice. This Law - or am I wrong - still exists?
A fresh upsurge of dissident republican violence in Northern Ireland was orchestrated by a new nucleus of ex-IRA members who have defected from the Provisionals. Veterans of the Provisional IRA's North Armagh brigade were behind the 24-hour wave of shootings, blast bomb attacks and riots that rocked the Craigavon area at the beginning of last week.
The violence in Craigavon means that in almost every corner of Northern Ireland there have been short outbursts of dissident terrorist activity over the last six months. In August, dissidents linked to a Continuity IRA unit in Co Fermanagh fired an improvised rocket at a mobile patrol.
Police patrols came under fire from a sniper, two blast bombs were thrown, police vehicles were attacked with petrol bombs and stones, and an SDLP assembly member was assaulted during 24 hours of disturbances in the Tullygally and Drumbeg areas of Armagh town.