Sunday, 23 January 2011

Sleeping with the enemy

It is loathsome the way American slang has put a romantic gloss on a basic human instinct.

Alan Johnson's wife has not slept with anyone. The trouble is that she has been shagging, having sexual intercourse, bonking, wrapping her thighs round someone employed for public service. Stop, stop, stop being afraid of calling sex what it is. I know hundreds of people who would love to sleep, to relax in their own beds and have comfort. Swapping body fluids is not sleeping, ask anyone suffering from PTSD.

Her trouble and our problem is that it is now public knowledge.

Alan Johnson's politics are deplorable, but to be castigated for the games of his erstwhile spouse is ludicrous. He will not be feeling well at this moment and the last thing he wants is for his wife's exploits to be thrown at him.

Alan, I wish you well.

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Alan Johnson's wife asks for divorce

Alan Johnson's wife asks for divorce
Alan Johnson, inset, separated from his wife Laura (C) last week after it emerged she had had an affair with his bodyguard, Pc Paul Rice, who also had an affair with Mr Johnson's constituency assistant, Tracy Windle (L). Pc Rice's former wife Michelle (R)

Friends of the senior Labour politician said Mrs Johnson, 47, believes her marriage is over and wants a divorce. A close friend of the couple said she did not believe there was any future for the marriage.

"It has been hell for Alan and you can see why he felt he had no choice other than to leave his job."

Pc Rice, Mr Johnson's former protection officer, had an affair with Mrs Johnson and his constituency assistant Tracy Windle, 50.


Saturday, 22 January 2011

Another wonderful Muslim family

They have benefited from the wealth of this country, now let them spend their time back home amongst their own. Deport the family en-masse and let them practise their evil ways amongst those who follow the same evil intent.

The Freedom offered in this country can no longer be sacrificed on the altar of political correctness. If you hate our laws and our traditions, LEAVE.

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Brother of Harry Potter star jailed for attacking her

 Afshan Azad

Afshan Azad, 21, who played Padma Patil, a classmate of the teenage wizard, in
the blockbuster Hollywood films based on JK Rowling's children's books,
feared for her life during the three-hour ordeal, Manchester Crown Court

She was punched, dragged around by her hair and strangled by her brother Ashraf Azad, 28, who threatened to kill her after he caught her talking on the phone to her Hindu boyfriend on May 21 last year, the court was told.

During the row at the family home in Longsight, Manchester, which also involved her mother and father, she was branded a ''slag'' and a ''prostitute'' and told: ''Marry a Muslim or you die!''


Redevelopment site

The first thing people ought to get right is the location. Will the surveyors please clarify if the site is in St Annes or Blackpool?

This is quite vexatious for the resident of New Road to the north of this site which is, according to the Post Office, Rates Office and both councils, clearly in St Annes.

One better scheme for the site would be to transform it back into a nature reserve and use the concrete slab to the east as a possible housing estate. We could then move the airport to Freckleton as the Warton aircraft factory closes and invest the savings in a decent infrastructure of a truly modern tramway system in a loop from Preston via Freckleton, Lytham, Blackpool, Fleetwood, Thornton, Poulton and Kirkham.

Now that' a touch of forethought and pre-planning.

Plan for 350 homes in Blackpool

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AN ESTATE of almost 350 homes could be set to transform Blackpool’s former Pontins site if further development is given the go-ahead.

A spokesman for the company said: “Northern Trust has recently submitted an outline planning application for Phase II of the redevelopment of the former Pontins site at Blackpool. The 6.6 hectacre area includes proposal for 73 dwellings in a range of house styles from 2 to 5 bed family homes.


Friday, 21 January 2011

The Muslim argument

Most people do not travel on public transport through my native Lancashire and listen to the conversations, now predominantly from immigrants. Yet we have to accept the unqualified observations of an immigrant Peer whilst the evidence is that the indigenous people are being side-lined by this immigrant debate.

I will start believing this propaganda when Muslim extremists are deported along with ALL THEIR FAMILY irrespective of how long they say they have been in this Christian nation.

Importing Evil into Britain

The state alliance with Muslim terrorists.

Former Italian President Francesco Cossiga, told an Italian newspaper in 2008, that the government of Italy in the 1970s agreed to allow Arab terrorist groups freedom of movement in the country in exchange for immunity from attacks. The government of Prime Minister Aldo Moro reached a "secret non-belligerence pact between the Italian state and Palestinian resistance organizations, including terrorist groups." According to the former president, it was Moro himself who designed the terms of the agreement with the foreign Arab terrorists. "The terms of the agreement were that the Palestinian organizations could even maintain armed bases of operation in the country, and they had freedom of entry and exit without being subject to normal police controls, because they were 'handled' by the secret services." As Interior Minister, Cossiga said that he learned PLO members in Italy had diplomatic immunity as representatives of the Arab League. "The Palestinian organizations could even maintain armed bases of operation in the country."

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Face of Britain today

I had for many years a partner who was adamant that one cannot live in a country where it is illegal to carry arms to protect one's self and one's family. For millennium past we, as a nation, were always told to practice our ancient skills with the crossbow so that we can protect ourselves.

Politician have made it illegal for the British even to raise the subject in public under threat of arrest from insidious Race Laws.

Where are the laws to defend and protect the victims of such heinous attacks?

I write this as a former victim of a racist attack whose injuries are far more evident than this poor girls. If I mention the Black Bastard who put forty stitches in my face I risk the threat of a charge. The only people seemingly allowed to defend themselves are the crooks and gangs of modern youth who have no respect for anything except their own misguided conceptions.

Just because these people are born here does not make them worthy of the passport many of us literally died for. Do the travel industry a favour and send them back to their native lands, probably to train as walking bombs, she has the coat for it already.

More enrichment in Plymouth

Victim and attacker
Plymouth girl's attacker 'sadistic and evil'

Monday, 17 January 2011

Vietnamese drug growers... the middle of what was a Council Estate, in a house that was built and owned by the Council...

If there is a greater indictment of Thatchers sell everything policy, this illustrates just how easy it is for foreigners to get hold of homes that British people cannot.

Just a short flight over the area with the police helicopter running its infra-red camera would instantly show these Hot Houses out. Then it would be down to simple investigation to capture the Mr Bigs. But lessons have shown how poorly the police investigate even phone tapping allegations, let alone the death of British subjects by the judiciary.

Massive drug ring smashed

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POLICE smashed a sophisticated cannabis growing operation in Blackpool which could have produced up to half a million pounds worth of drugs a year.

Officers even discovered £50,000 cash hidden down the bottom of an arm chair at an address on Bela Grove.

Details of the investigation were outlined at Preston Crown Court as a Vietnamese illegal immigrant was sentenced for her involvement in a conspiracy to produce cannabis.


Labour lying badly

The Shadow Chancellor with his knickers caught up his arse.

Thursday, 13 January 2011

Saracen's Head, Preesall

I received this email from anonymous and being a civil chap it is incumbent on me to pass the massage on. It also sparked memories of gay days in a pub that sold excellent Thwaites Ales before it became an eatery. I have seen one of the 'old' characters, Dave Thornhill and recall the larger than life Scottish person, Hugh Thomas which were a formidable drinking partnership; and wonder whatever happened to former Liverpool and Preston NE legend Peter Thompson who applied his business in Preesall?

Email reads:- John Dickinson is a former resident of Preesall, Lancashire, England. During the 1970´s he used a walking stick to help him walk. He also wore a flat black cap even in the summer. He lived near the Saracens Head pub in the small village. The concrete bust at the Saracens Head closely resembles the offensive Danish Cartoon drawing of Mohammed ( ) Please will people post any information or their recollections of John Dickinson Preesall on this blog.

He was apparently a "Smashing Old Chap".

Monday, 10 January 2011

Conference for paedophiles

Former children's boss Sharon Shoesmith

Former children's boss Sharon Shoesmith

DELEGATES gave a standing ovation to disgraced former children's boss Sharon Shoesmith as she made her first public appearance in Blackpool.

Saturday, 8 January 2011

Spineless Labour leader finally shows backbone

Jack Straw had been avoiding this issue, has he has many others, for his entire political career.
What is obvious is the Spineless Jack has eventually realised his career is over and can speak the truth.
So Spineless Jack, whilst you were Home Secretary - amongst other well reimbursed positions, did you never try to rid the country of this immigrant dross?
Oh, I forgot. They vote for you. The immigrant has kept Labour IN in Blackburn whilst the Lancastrians have moved out. So much for the sacrifices of the Lancashire Brigades of Pals now displaced by aliens from a Third World.
Why do they have a vote at all? I have lived and worked all over the world and have always been a spectator and guest in other countries. That's is all I ever was except in Rhodesia where the "indigenous" showed us the exit via the AK 47 and with the acquiescence of Westminster.
Who made this invasion welcome?

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Jack Straw criticised for 'easy meat' comments on abuse

Former Home Secretary Jack Straw has been accused of "stereotyping" after suggesting some men of Pakistani origin see white girls as "easy meat".

The Blackburn Labour MP spoke out after two Asian men who abused girls in Derby were given indeterminate jail terms.

Keith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, said it was wrong to "stereotype an entire community" and a proper inquiry was needed.

The judge in the case said the race of the victims and their abusers was "coincidental".

But, in an interview for the BBC's Newsnight programme, Mr Straw said there was a "specific problem" in some areas where Pakistani men "target vulnerable white girls".


Sunday, 2 January 2011


Fred WADDINGTON. Suddenly at home on December 27th, 2010, aged 89 years. Beloved husband of the late Joan, he was a loving father, grandfather and uncle who will be sadly missed by all his family.

Service and cremation at Carleton Crematorium on Friday January 7th 2011 at 9.30am.

Pop was a Battle of Britain veteran who never wore badges or medals, who served at Biggin Hill during the worst attacks and on some occasions with the convoys in the Atlantic.

Pop always said his war was marked with being posted to Squires Gate on enlistment – not bad for a Marton Lad. But his overriding joy was to have played alongside Sir Stanley Matthews in a wartime soccer match where he was the only non-international in the side. For many years he was a stalwart at Layton Institute.

Well, there’s a pretty mean team up there with you.

PS. One little used wheel-chair for a good home.

Queensland gripped by floods

When Britain gets to grips with its responsibilities, it will perhaps remember that these people are our kin, not the Rwanda nation, Haiti, Black Africa or even greater parts of Lancashire and Yorkshire where the treacherous threats of sedition emanate.

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Flood waters encircle Rockhampton

Laurie and Barry Moessinger sent a message to sightseers as they prepared for the Fitzroy River to peak this week. Picture: Lyndon Mechielsen

ROCKHAMPTON is cut off by road to the south and the west and hundreds of residents face being flooded this week as the Fitzroy River nears its peak.

The central Queensland city of 75,000 is accessible by road to the north, but authorities have warned inbound traffic will be restricted.


Scottish Legal Aid Board

Scottish Legal Aid Board kills off hope of reclaiming unfair bank charges in Scotland

The Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) has refused to grant civil legal aid in a leading Scottish test case on unfair UK bank charges - Sharp v. Bank of Scotland - with their decision to refuse legal aid being upheld on an internal appeal to the Board this week.

The decision effectively means that no-one in Scotland can ever obtain civil legal aid to pursue a modest bank charges claim, and further, that any complex consumer credit or consumer law complaint of a modest value is unlikely to ever qualify for legal aid in Scotland. In short, SLAB have killed-off access to justice for many tens of thousands of consumers in Scotland.

GLC's Principal Solicitor, Mike Dailly said:
"Govan Law Centre believes the Scottish Legal Aid Board has dealt a death blow to tens of thousands of people in Scotland who would like to obtain a refund of unfair bank charges. We believe that the Board has acted unlawfully, unreasonably and irrationally, and we will challenge the Board in order to protect our clients' European Community law rights. Once again the Board has demonstrated that it cannot be entrusted with the responsibility for monitoring and safeguarding access to justice in Scotland. The Board does not appear to understand access to justice in Scotland; in many respects the Board has become a major threat to vulnerable Scots securing access to justice.".