Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Be careful how you choose your Airline

This scene is repeated every time someone wants to watch Scum Dancing in Blackpool and have to fly Jet2nowhere.

Sunday, 28 November 2010

Society's sick shadow life

From John O 'Groats to Lands End, political correctness has made catching these perverts almost impossible.

When a concerned adult witnesses grooming, the plying of children with cigarettes and alcohol, it is now impossible to intervene for risk of prosecution by police. This is a situation that has to be rectified, now before all the decent people abandon this society and start forming enclaves to protect their own families.

But who can blame them?

Paedophile ring smashed by police

John Barrett, James Machin and John Wrey have been convicted of sexual offences against young girls
John Barrett, James Machin and John Wrey have been convicted of sexual offences against young girls

Police have smashed a paedophile ring which repeatedly subjected two young girls to sickening sexual abuse for nearly three years, it can now be reported.

The gang leader, convicted paedophile John Barrett, had groomed the two girls with cigarettes and then passed them on to other men to be abused.

Details of the investigation can be disclosed for the first time after reporting restrictions were lifted following the conviction at Truro Crown Court of kitchen fitter James Machin, 54, another member of the gang. The father of two was found guilty of 10 sexual offences, including rape, against the two girls over a three-year period. He will be sentenced on Monday.

Read more at www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Immigrant murderer on the loose

Every victim of violence and crime will tell you that the authorities do nothing for the victims. It was the same fifty years ago and nothing has changed.

The Hell that the victims go through is never acknowledged by the law, just the sympathy for the perpetrator. What is wrong with housing the perps on Rockall until they learn how to socialize?

Amplify’d from www.telegraph.co.uk

Philip Lawrence's killer Learco Chindamo arrested over alleged robbery

Learco Chindamo, murdered headmaster Philip Lawrence and his widow Frances Lawrence
(from left) Learco Chindamo, murdered headmaster Philip Lawrence and his widow Frances Lawrence

The 30 year-old was being questioned by police last night on suspicion of
robbery and is expected to be recalled to prison for the potential breach of
his licence Last night, Mr Lawrence’s widow, Frances, told of her shock at the news, which she described as “very, very distressing on many levels”.

She told The Daily Telegraph that it felt as though the British legal system had given Chindamo “every help” while she and her family had been “hung out to dry”.

Read more at www.telegraph.co.uk

Two faces of the immigrant paedophile...

Taken from the Mail

British paedophiles

According to the Bernardo's representative on Newsnight 24th November 2010, "every town in Britain has this problem."

What he did not say it was Asians perpetrating filth on vulnerable British children. He dare not say it, but I have and will go on saying it until their aliens are repatriated back to their own countries.

Amplify’d from www.dailymail.co.uk

Asian gang of predators abused and raped up to 100 girls as young as 12

An Asian gang of 'sexual predators' cruised city streets for girls as young as 12 - usually white - who were then plied with drink and drugs and raped or abused.

Up to 100 ‘vulnerable’ girls may have been groomed, abused or supplied cocaine by married fathers Abid ­Saddique and Mohammed Liaqat, and their friends.

Guilty: Married fathers Mohammed Liaqat (left) and Abid Saddique may have abused up to 100 girls

Guilty: Married fathers Mohammed Liaqat (left) and Abid Saddique may have abused up to 100 girls

Guilty: Married fathers Mohammed Liaqat (left) and Abid Saddique may have abused up to 100 girls

Read more at www.dailymail.co.uk

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

One tax system for us...

Private Eye is well worth it's subscription, which is more than you can say for tax free Vodafone.

Amplify’d from www.private-eye.co.uk


Wrong numbers: Protests against phone giant’s tax deal
HM Revenue & Customs spent nearly a decade arguing in court over the way Vodafone funnels its gargantuan income into a tax-free Luxembourg subsidiary – and heard the court of appeal reject Vodafone’s argument that British anti-tax avoidance laws were neutered by European law. So why did they then cave in?

HMRC accepted a mere fraction of what it was due. The “deal” followed discussions earlier this year between HMRC boss Dave Hartnett, Vodafone finance director Andy Halford (a member of George Osborne’s “business forum for competitiveness and tax”) and David Cruickshank, a tax avoidance guru from Deloitte, brought in bizarrely by Hartnett to act for Vodafone.

Following the talks HMRC officials (but not those who had investigated the case or knew anything about it) were told to go away and reverse-engineer a deal with Vodafone tax boss (and ex-HMRC director) John Connors that came up with a bill of £800m. That was the figure Halford and Cruickshank wanted to pay: it bore no relation to the legal position.

Read more at www.private-eye.co.uk

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Scandal, what scandal?

With an Executive mired and manned by those culpable for stealing from us all, what chance is there to stop these foreign fraudsters from kicking our frail to death?

Amplify’d from www.dailyexpress.co.uk
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“Shameless” Illie Schian’s extravagant lifestyle funded by stolen benefits outraged public spending campaigners.

The 47-year-old immigrant even built a mansion with floor-to-ceiling marble in Romania on land bought with British taxpayers’ cash.

His fortune from fake claims for Jobseeker’s Allowance, child tax credits and housing benefit also paid for sports cars, motorcycles and quad bikes.

Read more at www.dailyexpress.co.uk

Monday, 22 November 2010

New rules for new council tenants

New Council tenants given two years and they are out. Why? To make room for the more productive immigrants like Jasmine Alibhai Brown and her clan?
The island is overcrowded and under productive. Women are still complaining that they can't get a council property but they still get pregnant. What planning and forethought that is. For half a century the politicians cackled on about building more and more council property, but surely they knew that there was neither the space nor inclination. Look over the water and there are whole towns of empty houses because the Irish never thought to count their population, or that the paradise of relentless credit would ever end.
Who is paying, here? The thrifty, the hard working. Not the mill owners who flooded the north west with cheap labour rather than invest in technology and created a sub culture who hate us that much they are prepared to kill themselves whilst committing mass murder on their hosts.
I don't blame the Bankers for all our ills. You can take a horse to water... It is the same cop out for the woman who gets pregnant without the wherewithal to care for herself never mind another human being. But there, the system will cope.
The system cannot cope. It is the system that produces an electorate too illiterate to vote, but they do, too idle to work for their booze and drugs, but they get them from the hard working few. And all we get from the CleggCam Pact are platitudes that an imbecile can see through. Except that the hordes that supported that immoral Lieber Regime for so long don't have the brains of an imbecile.

Sunday, 21 November 2010

Will Senior British Officers Stand Trial?

The three British military interrogators under investigation for war crimes are not the only service personnel who may face charges over alleged abuses in Iraq. Bruce Houlder QC, the Director of Service Prosecutions, said last week that senior officers could face charges if there is evidence they condoned or encouraged abuse.

Any charges are likely to be brought under the International Criminal Court Act 2001. At first sight, this may seem surprising. The act was passed to enable Britain to ratify the Rome treaty of 1998, which established the world's first permanent International Criminal Court (ICC). Under the legislation, suspected war criminals may be sent for trial in The Hague and convicted defendants may serve their sentences in British prisons.

So part 5 of the 2001 act creates offences of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. These are defined in the same way as the offences that might come before the ICC.

"War crimes" includes not only torture but serious violations of the laws of armed conflict. These include "committing outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating and degrading treatment".

The main culprits are sitting in Westminster or who resided at 10 Downing Street. The likelihood of Blair and Brown and those mindless morons who backed the illegal invasion of Iraq ever standing trial is zero.

Blackpool MP Gordon Marsden voted for the the insane actions and then has the audacity to mouth words of condolences to the relatives of the Brave Fallen. What hypocrisy.

Friday, 19 November 2010

Combat Stress cannot cope

Combat Stress, according to one veteran who was there last week, is closing it's doors to the older veteran. So this sad event will become common place...

Amplify’d from www.thesun.co.uk

Battle-stressed SBS hero found hanged

'How can you love someone who has killed so many people?' ... what Peter Mercer told his dad.

Peter Mercer, 39, had post-traumatic stress disorder after serving in the
Special Boat Service.

The best-selling author of Dirty Deeds Done Cheap and Not By Strength, By
Guile died after telling his father: "How can you love someone who has
killed so many people?"

Read more at www.thesun.co.uk

Thursday, 18 November 2010

MoD in need...

Labour, under the guise of the 1975 Social Security and Pensions Act destroyed the pensions of thousands of former fighting troops. Nothing changes.

Amplify’d from www.telegraph.co.uk

New leak exposes MoD fury at defence cutbacks

A single image speaks volumes about how the Armed Forces felt about the Strategic Defence and Security Review.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox (left) and Jock Stirrup (right), outgoing head of the armed forces, listen as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses military staff at at The Permanent Joint Headquarters
by James Kirkup, Political Correspondent

It was rushed and its handling "badly damaged the confidence and morale
of our personnel," the paper says.

The document, seen by The Daily Telegraph, was prepared by a board of
military officers and senior officials working for Dr Liam Fox, the Defence
Secretary, for a secret Whitehall assessment of the process.

The Prime Minister will face questions about the Strategic

Defence and Security Review (SDSR) from senior MPs On Thursday.

Read more at www.telegraph.co.uk

40 Commando memorial

Amplify’d from www.modoracle.com

Marines Unveil Monument To Their Fallen

A new memorial dedicated to members of 40 Commando Royal Marines who have given their lives for their country was unveiled this week at their base, Norton Manor Camp near Taunton.

The memorial, made of granite by a Taunton stonemason, was paid for after a groundswell of public support for the unit which has recently returned from operations in Afghanistan.

The black, globe-shaped memorial was blessed by the unit's chaplain, Andrew Rawding, at a special ceremony attended by some of the families of the 14 Marines who have died in Afghanistan, civilian fundraisers including Royal Marines Association branches, and the Mayor of Taunton, Jefferson Horsley.

Read more at www.modoracle.com

Wednesday, 17 November 2010


Not now it is not.

Amplify’d from www.dailymail.co.uk

Outrage over £30m torture hush money: 7/7 families 'sickened' by payouts to former Guantanamo inmates

Payouts of tens of millions of pounds to 16 terror suspects provoked a
public uproar on Tuesday. Relatives of those killed in the 7/7 London
attacks said the settlement was a sickening taint to the memories of the

MPs said the deal to silence men who claim to have been tortured with
the help of British spies was money for old rope and had given comfort
to our enemies.

‘The world must have gone mad when people making baseless allegations of
torture are getting more than victims of terrorism receive in
compensation,’ said Labour MP Ian Austin.

The outrage grew when it emerged that full details of the compensation
deal, which could total up to £30million, will be kept secret.

Read more at www.dailymail.co.uk

Monday, 15 November 2010

Blackpool insults serving Marines

A detachment of serving men from 40 Commando attended the Remembrance Sunday Parade at Blackpool. Not these brave unfortunate injured, but their comrades.

The powers that be at the parade in Blackpool have not the slightest idea that although the day is given over to the memory or our ancestors, we, former soldiers, always give Right of Line to Serving soldiers. Not that that useless article, Jim Houldsworth, would know anything about soldering. I spent more time in the tot queue than he spent in action.
Oh shit! The legal vultures will be out to chastise me. Not half of what I would have done to the parade organisers had I been aware of the disrespect offered to 40 Commando, and had I been there. Along with a great number of former soldiers, Blackpool cenotaph has long since been off our calender because of the appalling bad organisation.
If you want to do something Major Houldsworth, do something for the Miller family over the legal murder of former Blackpool man, Robert Michael (Andy) Miller (Oh, a veteran). Sorry! That would mean getting really involved and upsetting the perpetrators. So what has the death of a veteran got to do with you?
22 months since Andy Miller died and the Ex Servicemen Liaison Committee have not even offered commisserations to the family or assistance in correcting this insidious wrong. I bet they don't even have a Charter that says they should CARE for Ex Servicemen. If they don't, then what do we need another cabal for, least of all one headed for so long so badly?

New Device for Airport Security


Here's a solution to all the controversy over full-body scanners at the airports:

All we need to do is develop a booth that you can step into that will not X-ray you, but will detonate any explosive device you may have hidden on or in your body. The explosion will be contained within the sealed booth.

This would be a win-win for everyone. There would be none of this crap about racial profiling and the device would eliminate long and expensive trials.

This is so simple that it's brilliant. I can see it now: you're in the airport terminal and you hear a muffled explosion. Shortly thereafter an announcement comes over the PA system, "Attention, standby passengers! We now have a seat available on flight number..."

Cost cutting, where to start.

Blackpool is cutting jobs and service with no intelligent dialogue on what needs to be cut and what is waste.
In the summer we had ridiculous council employees telling the very service on which the town thrives that the chairs on the pavements were the wrong material or the tables were the wrong colour. There's one lot of Jobsworths that can go, along with the departments and whoever was stupid enough to think of them in the first place. There is a legal system in place. If someone is injured by a faulty seat there is the recourse through the courts, and, irrespective of lore and rumour, moderate settlements can go through the small claims procedures speedily and to the satisfaction of most claimants.
Simple problems need simple remedies. I often hear that the streets in Germany are far cleaner than here. Yes they are, but it not something difficult to emulate. Adopt the German rules that the householder is responsible - and here I include businesses - for the property outside their place of residence or business then you would get irate locals telling the litter louts to pick their own rubbish up. And no excuses for having a disabled neighbour, or an infirm pensioner living in your community. It becomes the responsibility of the community as a whole and means you have to make sure that your neighbour in capable of doing their civic duty. The knock on the door from the council official is very succinct. "Why is that rubbish on your street?" No excuse that it is Old Mrs Mueller's turn. If the knock became a regular event then suddenly you become the unwanted neighbour and the council has a duty of care for which you do not contribute and so can be removed.
What a simple method of eliminating two problem in one go?
There is one massive problem. Cowardice in office! There is a history of not being able of differentiating between the needy and the down right lazy. We have all seen seriously disabled persons struggling to cope with what others call menial tasks. What has gone missing is the neighbour who asks, "Do you want a hand?" I apologise to the millions of great neighbours who do all these things without asking or telling; but they are outshadowed by the filth mongers, the fly tippers, the KFC wrapper throwers.
Where the officials cover themselves with ignominy is they do not protect the vulnerable from threats or intimidation. I was raised in a generation where you had to respect the little old lady who buffed her doorstep every Saturday afternoon, who scrubbed the pavement outside her terraced house and picked up all the dross in the gutter. There was always a kid who would carry the heavy shovel round the back and dump the mess in the bin. I honestly believe we have millions of kids like that around now. What we don't have is Civic Leadership.
Having watched Mrs Fowler walk away from a group of nine year-old’s climbing all over the loo in Highfield Park and her doing nothing. I rest my case.

Saturday, 13 November 2010

Giant destroying our town centres

Channel 4 Dispatches do a 'job', and about time to, on the monster called Tesco.

Before criticising, just watch and then argue.

If the boss lady of this monolith can pay a fine of £40million for corruption in office from her petty cash, then something is wrong.
This blog is not a socialist rag which relies on envy, but having lived in countries where giant companies ruin town centres, the warning are obvious for those with eyes to see. Pure advertising has produced a company which peddles half truths, Tesco, this giant, peddles lies.

I can get around Blackpool and find a few retailer grocers/butchers that provides better quality and prices than Tesco, but if they became more popular both the council with their insidious rates system and Tesco with their loss leaders, would destroy local suppliers completely.

(No picture. I am not advertising this monster more than I have to expose their lies)

Friday, 12 November 2010

Senior citizens solutions

I sincerely hope Ms Jasmine Alibhai Brown doesn't see this epistle, or any MP I have grudge against. You see I'm an Old Bootneck and I gotta gun...heheeheheehee

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, don't criticise or arrest follows

This detestable female has made lots of money from public purses with her sour views, paid by the BBC from my forced donations and other sources.

The one thing this immigrant woman has never fathomed and that is the British sense of humour.

I found the Gareth Compton remarks hilarious. It illuminates the one sided views on freedoms of speech, freedoms of expression and freedoms of thought. The speed with which the Racist Brigade attacked Compton is a symptom of the depth that the true British identity has submerged behind a fascist, Marxist lack of reality. If Mrs Brown is so threatened in her adopted country, why did she not return to her own nation when the Blacks threw her and her kin out of East Africa?

Sticks and stones may break my bones...

I am not going to comment on what Compton wrote except to say it was funny. If Mrs Brown cannot counter this with all the resources of the BBC and the Independent behind her, perhaps she is in the wrong profession and getting paid under false pretences.

Amplify’d from www.independent.co.uk

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: He has validated the haters who think it is OK to threaten me

Nothing I said on the Nicky Campbell show was so outrageous that it should provoke such a response from a man who should know better. If I, as a citizen of this country, cannot even express an opinion about human rights and the moral authority of our politicians, what does that say about how equal we are?

Gareth Compton is not an idiot, he knew what he was saying. If I had said, "It would be a blessing if this man was stoned to death," what would happen to me as a Muslim woman in this country?

We are in a post-Jeremy Clarkson universe where men think they can only be men if they insult people; there is a masculinity associated with this rough and anti-politically correct talk. What is so manly about going on Twitter and putting this out about a journalist who is trying to do her job and giving an honest opinion?

Read more at www.independent.co.uk
Tendryakov 1 hour ago
Trouble is, our culture requires our inhabitants to be thick-skinned, robust, resilient, able to shrug off mere words and get a joke out of it at the same time. Yasmin AB comes from a thin-skinned culture, where words damage your immune system, where people shout a lot, burn flags and books, talk a lot about "honour" - whatever that is - and "respect". 13 years of NuLab government have attempted to inculcate our people with these third world ideas, and as a consequence, not only do we have a large minority of people with third world ideas, but most of our young folks have also been indoctrinated with the idea that human beings, especially brown and black ones, are delicate little tiddly-widdles, who oh-so-fragile feelings mustn't be hurt.

Remember John Betjeman:

Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough!
It isn't fit for humans now,
There isn't grass to graze a cow.
Swarm over, Death!

Come, bombs and blow to smithereens
Those air -conditioned, bright canteens,
Tinned fruit, tinned meat, tinned milk, tinned beans,
Tinned minds, tinned breath.

Mess up the mess they call a town-
A house for ninety-seven down
And once a week a half a crown
For twenty years.
. . .

He wrote that when we were grown ups. If he wrote it now, all hell would break loose because it is "hate speech" and people's feeling-weelings would be hurty-wurted, and we can't have that, can we? I mean, they might have to go to a feelings hospital, and have their feelings tenderly washed and dressed. They might even have to have feeling bandages and take anti hurt-feelings medication and then have counselling. And we would have to summon Jo Brand or another properly trained hurt feelings inspector (and predictor) to give the miscreant a good telling-off. No, it is naughty to hurt feelings.
While I'm about it, can I publicly apologise for all the times I've thoughtlessly said "Young people? Shoot the f***ers!" If the wrong person had heard me, s/he might have gone out and shot young people! I hereby apologise profoundly and sincerely. Please don't tell the coppers where I live.

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Poppy disgrace at Cetlic's hands

If the advocates of multiculturalism want a clear example of why it doesn't work, then they ought to visit Glasgow on Local Derby day.

You don't have to be a large minority to offend the masses. There are forums for dissent, many of them denied the honest people of these islands. The thieves, the rogues and outright culpable gravitate to Westminster and rob with impunity. Many of those who cast shame on the brave men and women of these island do so from the mobs of the terraced football ground and the street where the Heroes parade before the people they serve.

There is nothing brave or heroic about murdering ordinary people en mass with devices designed to cause massive injury as with their warriors in the IRA and Al Qaeda.

Disrespectful ... banner

A GROUP of Celtic fans were last night blasted for unfurling a giant anti-poppy banner during Saturday's game with Aberdeen.

The minority - known as the Green Brigade - displayed the banner claiming the poppy was "bloodstained" by military activity in Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Read more at www.thescottishsun.co.uk