Thursday, 28 June 2012

Red Ed talking more Shi'ite


We need to know who knew what when at Barclays, and criminal prosecutions should follow against those who broke the law.

Immigration Rules

Obituary for Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense,who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:
- Knowing when to come in out of the rain;
- Why the early bird gets the worm;
- Life isn't always fair;
- And maybe it was my fault.
Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge).
His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place.
Reports of a 6-year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.
 Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children.
It declined even further when schools were required to get parental consent to administer sun lotion or an aspirin to a student; but could not inform parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.
Common Sense lost the will to live as the churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims.
Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.
 Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.
Common Sense was preceded in death,
-by his parents, Truth and Trust,
-by his wife, Discretion,
-by his daughter, Responsibility,
-and by his son, Reason.
He is survived by his 5 stepbrothers;
- I Know My Rights
- I Want It Now
- Someone Else Is To Blame
- I'm A Victim
- Pay me for Doing Nothing
Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone.
If you still remember him, pass this on. If not, join the majority and do nothing.

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Ban pubs and club who discriminate against soldiers
(sign here)

Ban Pubs and Clubs From Discriminating Against Armed Forces

Responsible department: Department for Culture, Media and Sport
"Sorry mate you can't come in if your in the Armed Forces".
Is a phrase all too common across the nightlife scene in the UK.
Our Armed Forces have fought and died for our pub landlords to enjoy the liberty of even running a business in the UK.
It is an insult to our dead and those serving today who are willing to die in order to defend the liberty of running a pub/club that our pub/club landlords enjoy so much.
Discrimination against off duty service men and women purely based on the fact that they are serving members of HM Forces should be illegal.

Sign the above petition and do something right today

Tuesday, 26 June 2012

More road congestion in Blackpool South

Residents will be pleased to know that the improvements to Highfield Road will start soon.

Work will first start in July on Watson Road. The reason that this work will start first, is that east bound traffic on Highfield Road will be diverted at the junction of Harrowside and Highfield Road on Lytham Road, either North to Watson Road or South to Squires Gate Lane. Diverted traffic will then return to Highfield Road via St Annes Road.

Work is expected to start in August on the stretch of Highfield Road from Abbey Road to Lytham Road. We are informed that the work is expected to take some 16 weeks. The reason that the work will take so long is set out as follows:
1. It is anticipated that traffic will be able to flow from East to work while all the work takes place.
2. The work will be done in short stages, in order to cause as little as possible interruption to the businesses on the Road. Business access to all the properties on Highfield Road will be treated as priority.
3. The work is to repair the road condition, and also to carry out maintenance to the traffic parking bays and upgrade the pavements.
4. This work will include deepening the parking bays on Highfield Road, in order to allow larger vehicles to pass.
5. However, a perminent speed restriction to 20 mph is to be introduced on the road. 
6. Some of the pedestrian crossings etc. will now be raised in order to slow down traffic, as required by the Ministry of Transport, when additional speeding restrictions are imposed.
7. It is anticipated that the work will be completed by the end of November.

If and when I get more information, I will let you know.

Sticks and Stones

Racist Tweeters attack the two Ashley's and the police immediately investigate!

Would they not be better occupied finding and apprehending the hundreds of Arab Britons currently learning terrorist activities in Arab lands before they can practice them in Gentle Briton?

Or perhaps arrest bogus bailiffs who kill British Veterans "in the call of Duty"?

I don't think there's a chance 'til Hell freezes over of anything worthwhile being conducted by the Fuzz until political correctness is banished to the rubbish bin, along with some of the ridiculous hate crimes.

Monday, 25 June 2012

Blackpool Council vandals planning more destruction

In the same park where there are signs up asking for "Respect", councillors and officials ignore residents and go ahead with their vandalism.

In every County and Shire throughout the country, is there a single council that actually listens to the rate payers?

This little park was once the hub of the community for the elderly.  It was also the gateway for many on their way to the shops, which are already dying because of the lack of patronage through Councillors ignorance and lack of reality.  Pensioners no long have coffee in the cafes or spend a hour in the library before doing their daily shop, nor do they talk to the shop-keepers or meet friends.  The neighbourhood is being destroyed because no-one on the council has the slightest idea what makes a community tick; least of all how to reward pensioners for over fifty years apiece of taxation, which ought to account for something in dotage.  It counts for nothing, apparently!
The only thing that does count is where dog owners can let their beasts defecate.  The sand pit in Highfield Park is ideal.

Thursday, 21 June 2012

Proposed petition against discriminating Pubs

In the wake of the recent poor treatment, an on-going exercise in treason and subversion on the behalf of some within our community, and having been asked to formulate a response and instigate a petition against organisations and individuals who defile the rank and privilege of our service personnel, I am seeking help with such wording.  Put into simple English those places that bar soldiers and such just because they are soldiers should have their licenses revoked.
Having read through a similar petition from the USA, I am remiss not go down the same avenue with a similar verbiage because of the hypocrisy of many and the ingenuous comments of others.  Not that I am averse to others opinions or views, but thoughtless actions as that which barred three young soldiers from a Ma Kelly’s dump in Blackpool, or the funeral party with some in uniform barred from a JD Wetherspoon’s in Liverpool are emotive and soundly reprehensible.  My dilemma, being born into the license trade, is that it was, until a British Government promulgates Race Laws which tied the hands of licensees, a simple statement by the landlord that he/she did not want a certain party in his/her lounge sufficient to bar anyone, but which makes constructing a serious petition decidedly difficult whilst one section of the community has privilege over the indigenous population,  a population that owes our young service personnel more than a bloody petition.  That being said I have drafted this for your perusal and comment before throwing it out for signature.

We, the people of the British Isles, demand that our Serving Personnel in all branches of Service be given an Equal and Equitable Rights alongside Rights inferred on Blacks and Immigrants.  Establishments violating these Right to be closed “for insulting behaviour” towards the uniforms (whether worn at the time or not) of HM the Queen.

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Evil stalking children

Tesco and WH Smith withdraw Habbo Hotel gift cards

Wednesday 13 June 2012
Tesco and WH Smith withdraw Habbo gift cards from sale after Channel 4 News uncovers lapses in the moderation of an online game used by teenagers, including interactions of an explicit sexual nature. (see Channel 4 report in full)
 This Channel 4 report is very harrowing.  It illustrates again why the liberal attitude towards children and their rapid acceleration into adult life should be rejected as a paedophile exercise in child exploitation.  
Leave the children alone.  
There are too many parents who abrogate responsibility to the state because of personal hormonal demands, and it is the state that has proven woefully inadequate at protecting children.  If inadequate parents keep reproducing children, then it is time that the State says enough is enough.  It is Parents responsibility to find the means to feed and educate children and not the States.  It is for the State to provide a safety net and nothing more.  It is challenges that people go through that provides society with its standard bearers.  That is why this unholy acceptance of mass immigration will and can only lead to the violence being witnessed on our television screens from Syrian, Afghanistan, Bahrain and Iraq WILL become as regular here as it is today in these medi-evil states.

Monday, 11 June 2012

Another silent witness to the great Matabeleland massacres

Commonwealth Journalists Association (CJA)
Witness to a massacre

Sir Martin Ewans ... respected diplomat
Sir Martin Ewans, British diplomat, born 14 November 1928 died 15 April 2012, aged 83

By Trevor Grundy
April 25, 2012

Sir Martin Ewans, one of Britain’s best known and most highly respected diplomats, has died at the age of 83. Between joining the Commonwealth Office in 1952 and his retirement almost four decades later, he served in eight posts, seven of them in Commonwealth countries.

Many African experts say he was one of Britain’s most outstanding representatives.

When he left the diplomatic arena, he went on to write a series of distinguished books about African and Asian issues.
Martin Kenneth Ewans was born in 1928, educated at St Paul’s School in London and later at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University.

After serving as a lieutenant in the Royal Artillery during his national service, he  joined the Commonwealth Relations Office in 1952 and  served first in Pakistan and then in Canada, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Tanzania.

In 1973 he was appointed head of the East African Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office where he served for four years before his appointment as Deputy High Commissioner in New Delhi.

These were tumultuous times in India where the still young Ewans cut his teeth as a diplomat forced to gather information about massacres in a country which was not only friendly to Britain but one essential to Britain’s economic interests.
After India, he worked for three years as a senior civilian instructor at the Royal College of Defence Studies in London.

Two further missions followed and from 1983 to 1985 he was High Commissioner in Harare and then, from 1986 to 1988, High Commissioner in Nigeria.

He had some of his toughest, and most personally painful experiences in Robert Mugabe’s three-year-old Zimbabwe, experiences which, former colleagues of his say, disturbed him for the rest of his life.

Regarded at the time by most Commonwealth leaders as a moderate man bent only on national development after seven years of war, President Mugabe had launched an ethnic and political cleansing campaign in Matabeleland called by local people Gukuruhundi.

High Commissioner Ewans and his staff were well informed about the atrocities taking place on a horrendous scale.
Years later, during a TV programme called The Price of Silence (transmitted by BBC 1 on 19 March 2002), the well-respected reporter Fergal Keane asked Sir Martin if he had protested to President Mugabe about what was going on.

“I think,“ Sir Martin replied, ”to have protested to Mugabe, or to have gone on record as not liking what was going on down there, would not have been helpful. Mugabe would have resented it very acutely. I think it might have been even counter-productive, it might have damaged the policies we were trying to follow of helping Zimbabwe to build up as a nation.”
Keane then asked the former diplomat if he personally regretted not protesting to Mugabe (reports say as many as 25,000 men, women and children were massacred between 1983-1987).

Sir Martin replied: “No, I think this business has really been rather blown up.  It wasn’t pleasant and people were being killed but as I said, I don’t think anything was to be gained by protesting to Mugabe about it.”

After his retirement, Sir Martin became a prolific author and in 2002 brought out an account of King Leopold’s atrocities in the Congo

He completed a book on his experiences in Zimbabwe between 1983 -1985 but it has yet to be published.

What Sir Martin  had to say (if anything at all) about the pressure brought on him not to antagonise Mugabe so soon after the birth of Zimbabwe in 1980 would be of great  interest to historians and journalists who remain  hungry for first-hand accounts of what went on behind the scenes during Gukuruhundi.

In the course of his long retirement, Sir Martin acted as Vice-President of the British-Nigeria Association. He was also a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and at the age of 83 enrolled for a postgraduate degree in philosophy.

In 1953 he married Mary (nee Tooke) and she and their son and daughter survive him.

World Wide phone survey-did you take part?

Last month a world-wide phone survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was:-
"Would you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?" 
The survey was a huge failure because of the following: 
1. In Eastern Europe they didn't know what "honest" meant.
2. In Western Europe they didn't know what "shortage" meant.
3. In Africa they didn't know what "food" meant.
4. In China they didn't know what "opinion" meant.
5. In the Middle East they didn't know what "solution" meant.
6. In South Africa they didn't know what "please" meant.
7. In the USA they didn't know what "the rest of the world" meant.
8. In “New Zealand and Australia”, they hung up as soon as they heard an Indian accent.

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Another sanctuary for pensioners ruined

 Sign for DOGs.  Message to the Council.  Dogs can't read!
 This was a Crown Green lawn until a few weeks ago.
Pensioner have to play high jump to get onto the bowls area.
This park is being destroyed for pensioners by apathy and willful neglect on behalf of the Council and officials.  When the Yoofs started to destroy the Crown Green lawn where pensioners played Bowls, the Council solution was to bar pensioner easy access by building a fence.  As everyone knows who is not a council worker or a politician Councillor, yoofs love nuffin more than climbing over fences and destroying fings beyond.
The council has preemptied the vandals and done their worst for them.  Now there is almost no-where for the elderly to sit in quiet contemplation of the years of hard work and payment of taxes to the state because the local officials endevour to destroy any semblance of pleasant senior citizenship.  Just wait until they all have a senior arrival.
To make matters worse, they place signs with the word RESPECT written all over it.
don not these halfwits have dictionaries?

English silenced forever

Back in 2001, Britain’s political parties signed a fantastic pledge. They agreed to say nothing to “stir up racial or religious hatred, or lead to prejudice on grounds of race, nationality or religion.”
This gag order did more than keep the parties polite. Vital issues – from massive immigration and multiculturalism to their eradicating effects on British civilization – were officially banned. Thus, such concerns became impermissible thoughts. Not that such issues weren’t already thoughtcrime, as George Orwell would have put it. But this unprecedented pledge turned “violators” into political lepers.
I thought of that elite code of cowardice this week when a London judge sentenced a 42-year-old British secretary named Jacqueline Woodhouse (above) to 21 weeks in jail. Her crime? An expletive-laden rant about immigration, multiculturalism and the disappearance of British civilization. Not in so many words. But that was the unmistakable gist of Woodhouse’s commentary one January night on the London Underground.
This same week, another London judge ordered two black girls, 18 and 19, to perform community service after a savage physical attack on two white legal secretaries. “I am satisfied what you both did, you did that night because you were fueled by alcohol,” Judge Stephen Kramer said, as though tut-tutting a child’s unknowing apple theft.
A few months ago, another London judge freed four Somali Muslim women who set upon a white couple, yelling, “Kill the white slag,” and other anti-white slurs. The gang beat the woman to the ground and ripped out a patch of her hair. Judge Robert Brown was lenient because, he ruled, as Muslims, the women were not used to being drunk.
Jacqueline Woodhouse was drunk, too, but that was no mitigating factor in her case. She harmed no one, but that was no mitigating factor, either. Judge Michael Snow invoked the “deep sense of shame” Woodhouse’s display elicited, because “our citizens … may, as a consequence, believe that it secretly represents the views of other white people.”
“Thoughtcrime is death,” as Orwell wrote in “1984.”

I found this disturbing account  (read More)  on the Net.  It would not have been so poignant had I not been physically attacked by a service person who had previously attacked a friend because he is - my friend -a BNP supporter, irrespective that he - my friend - is a disabled veteran, this hero (a thug by any name) was defending multiculturalism.  It is illustrative that irrespective of how overstretched the forces are, you must first be indoctrinated into New England and English before being taught how to march.  Ludicrous.
The above article raises so many examples that the English can now no longer boast the freedoms for which many of us fought.  All the new laws are being interpreted in such a way that the gag will soon be on every English person and every woman will be forced into marriage at 8 or shamed into wearing black sacks with a single eye-holes.  The license of this statement is as absurd as the flood of immigration for the benefit of a few Labour politicians has been.

WOW. So simple

Saturday, 2 June 2012

UN and its monstrous stupidity


Robert Mugabe dozes off during someone’s speech at a summit in Tripoli in 2010.

OTTAWA - Canada is withdrawing from the United Nations World Tourism Office, a move it said was formalized this week over the agency's recognition of Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told the Commons Thursday the appointment of Mugabe as an international tourism ambassador was what led to the withdrawal.
The UN body, however, dismissed that reasoning, pointing out that it doesn't actually have an ambassadorial program.
The UNWTO said it gave an Open Letter on Travel and Tourism to the presidents of Zimbabwe and Zambia on May 29, in recognition of a tripartite agreement with both countries on the hosting of the 20th Session of the UN General Assembly in Victoria Falls, which straddles the borders of both countries.

RBL clarify statement

Help for Heroes
Dear H4H Supporter,

Some of you may have seen leaflets that were distributed by The Royal British Legion in publications including the Telegraph, the Mail on Sunday and BBC Homes and Antiques this week. You might also have received a fundraising pack from The Royal British Legion through the post. Unfortunately, this literature was somewhat misleading in its description of the role that Help for Heroes is playing in the delivery of the Defence Recovery Capability – a partnership between the MOD, Help for Heroes and The Royal British Legion.

The Director General of The Royal British Legion was unable to prevent this literature being issued and wishes to issue the following statement. We want to reassure our supporters of the on-going strength of this partnership and our commitment to providing the very best support for our wounded, injured and sick Service personnel.

The Royal British Legion wishes to correct recent fundraising literature that it has published. The literature referred to the Personnel Recovery Centres being operated as part of a wider Defence Recovery Capability but regretably did not refer to the principal role being played by Help for Heroes and referenced the MoD contribution only in respect of the Battle Back programme of adaptive sport and adventurous training.

This was an unfortunate oversight caused by failures in the editorial controls process and we apologise for any misunderstandings caused.

The Defence Recovery Capability is an MoD-led initiative delivered in partnership with Help for Heroes and The Royal British Legion, alongside other service charities and agencies, to ensure that wounded, injured and sick armed forces personnel have access to the key services and resources needed to help them either return to duty or make a smooth transition into an appropriately skilled civilian life. Battle Back is an MoD initiative delivered in partnership with Help for Heroes and The Royal British Legion.

The Royal British Legion is pleased to set the record straight and to ensure our readers that our partnership with the MoD and Help for Heroes will continue to deliver the very best support to those who become wounded, injured or long term sick while in Service to the nation.

Chris Simpkins
Director General
The Royal British Legion

Defence Recovery Capability

Help for Heroes is proud to be a principal partner of the MOD and The Royal British Legion in the delivery of the Defence Recovery Capability, alongside other service charities and agencies, ensuring that wounded, injured and sick personnel have access to the key services and resources needed to help the either return to duty or make a smooth transition into an appropriately skilled civilian life.

Personnel Recovery Centres are a principal component of the Defence Recovery Capability, and offer residential facilities to those wounded, injured and sick personnel from across the Armed Forces undergoing recovery as well as providing facilities for day attendees.

The Army, working with Help for Heroes and The Royal British Legion are establishing Centres in or near to major garrison towns in the UK, at Edinburgh, Catterick, Colchester, Tidworth and in Germany at Sennelager, in order to take advantage of the full range of existing welfare, medical, rehabilitation, education and resettlement facilities at the garrisons.

Supported by H4H, the Royal Navy are enhancing the Naval Service Recovery Pathway (NSRP) at HMS DRAKE, Plymouth to ensure those personnel have access to multi-disciplinary assessment and treatment resources ensuring individuals achieve their maximum recovery potential.

Help for Heroes have committed to fund the £60m capital build projects at Catterick, Colchester, Tidworth and Plymouth, and have made a further commitment to fund the operating costs for the next 20 years at an estimated cost of £93m. The Royal British Legion are meeting £17m of this cost by way of an annual grant of £1.7m made to Help for Heroes for the next 10 years.

Another principal component of the Defence Recovery Capability is Battle Back, an Adaptive Sport and Adventurous Training programme for wounded, injured and sick personnel from across the Armed Forces, including mobilised reservists. It is an MOD-led programme which is delivered, funded and organised in partnership with Help for Heroes, The Royal British Legion and other Service charities. Battle Back is also available to Veterans but funded separately by Help for Heroes.

Battle Back programmes and activities can be delivered from the Personnel Recovery Centres at Tidworth, Catterick and Colchester, as well as from the Battle Back Centre Lilleshall and at specialist centres both in the UK and abroad.

Help for Heroes is acknowledged as the Founding Partner of Battle Back, and has been involved in funding Battle Back activities since the inception of the programme in 2008. To date Help for Heroes has spent over £1.3m in support of the Battle Back initiative and over 1500 WIS Personnel have participated in H4H-funded grass-roots elective activities, whilst around 80 individuals have been supported at elite level across all summer and winter Paralympic sports. Over the next ten years Help for Heroes has planned a further commitment of £5m to Battle Back. This will fund activities at the PRCs, overseas expeditions, and elite sporting events such as Warrior Games.