Sunday, 30 November 2008

Peter Hitchens?

Is Peter Hitchens losing touch?

The excellent Mail on Sunday Columnist (among other things) last week failed to mention in his column the stolen BNP list and subsequent persecution of some of those on the list.

The fact that Peter never mentioned any of this I found strange being as it could be HIM, with his outspoken right wing views who is persecuted next.

This week in his column there is surprisingly no mention of the Damian Green arrest.

Again this puzzled me as of course they could soon come for Peter, if it is deemed that he has written the wrong thing at the wrong time about the wrong person.

I might ask 'what's going on Peter?'

Idiocracy Case No1?

The controller of the BBC, Jay Hunt, yesterday described Jonathan Ross as 'a responsible broadcaster'.

Is Ms Hunt a case of idiocracy perhaps?

Saturday, 29 November 2008

British Muslim Terrorists in India?

Were British Muslims involved in the Bombay attacks?

Some claim they were.

The 'rumours' have reached as high as Gordon Brown who said it was 'too soon to speculate'.

Since Gordon said that, there has been virtual silence on the subject.
A news blackout?

Soon, I think the shit's going to hit the fan over this one.

Thursday, 27 November 2008

Bombay BBC!

The two very nice 'right on' news readers on the BBC News coverage of the Indian terrorist attacks last night, were very careful to say 'Mumbai' when talking about the city I know as Bombay (Mumbai Duck anyone?).

I laughed out loud when the BBC's India Correspondent came on (an Indian lady) and promptly refered to the city as Bombay!


The two news readers looked like they were sucking lemons!

One in the eye for the oh so very PC BBC!

Friday, 21 November 2008

BNP Persecution

Who are the most persecuted minority in Britain today?

Why BNP members of course!

Could you imagine stolen, illegal lists of say, homosexuals or Communists or Freemasons or cross dressers or sex offenders or radical Muslims being published?

No of course not.

The self same liberal left wingers who are now gleefully and illegally publishing the BNP members list and those that are gloating over it would be up in arms over the human rights violations of the above groups.

And as for Labour's Jacqui Smith smugly wondering why people should be 'ashamed of being named as BNP members', well it's not that they are ashamed, it's that in the main they fear verbal and physical attacks by Smith's party supporters!

Can you imagine the intimidation of any other minority group (including paedophiles!) being tolerated by the authorities and media in the way that has happened with the BNP story this week?

No, BNP members truly are the modern day equivalent of 16Th century Catholics in England or the Communists in America during the McCarthyism era.

The liberal fascists that rule this country have never sunk so low.

Who's next??

Tuesday, 18 November 2008


Have you seen the film Idiocracy?

For those of you who haven't I'll briefly give you the gist.

A man 'awakes' five hundred years into the future and finds that society has 'dumbed down' so much that he is now the most intelligent man alive.

Needless to say the world has gone to pot and nothing works.

Well I think that quite possibly if we continue with the current and widespread trend of promoting people within the workplace (also in the media and public office) based purely on their gender or ethnicity as opposed to their ability to do the job then this 'Idiocracy' scenario could well await us!

Don't believe me? well just take a look around you every day, in your own life and on the news for example.

Do you see many people in prime jobs - for reasons previously mentioned - who are wholly unqualified for and incompetent at the roles?

Need I say more!?

Sunday, 16 November 2008

Sir Trevor Brooking and Immigration

Sir Trevor Brooking has been talking recently of his concerns over the number of foreign players coming into the English game (football of course) and the effect this has on our own home grown players.

Brooking argues - rightly I believe - that by bringing in foreigners who are already trained to a high standard by foreign clubs our clubs no longer have to go to the time, trouble and expense of training our own youngsters.
He argues that this is obviously bad for our youngsters and bad for the English (and British) game.

Commentators in and out of the game and from Left and Right pretty much agree with him.

There are obvious differences of course but doesn't his argument obviously strike a chord in relation to wider society in general, and if - as it is - his argument is agreed by nearly all in relation to football, then why is it that the same argument applied to society in general is usually howled down?

Monday, 10 November 2008

Native American Racial Purity

Whilst watching the excellent
'Stephen Fry in America' last night on BBC1 a thought struck me.

Mr Fry was in Monument Valley, Arizona, interviewing some native americans - Navajo I think - and looking at the modern day Navajo I wondered just how many of them were pure descendants of the original Navajo.

Most of them perhaps? Or have most/many of them over the years mixed with other native American tribes or even mixed with whites/blacks.

Then I casually thought that it would be a shame if the wonderful and unique native American peoples were to mix with other races and become diluted to the extent that they died out.

But wait a minute I thought - this is racial purity type stuff worthy of white supremacists or even Hitler!

If it's important (and I think that it is) that the native Americans for example retain their 'bloodlines' for want of a better word, then surely it's just as important for all races?

Well yes, and if that's the case, then I'm talking here amongst other things about the racial purity of the white race and an end to mixed marriages!

This is controversial stuff!

I'm not against mixed marriages - people should, in my opinion be able to do what the hell they like (within the law) - but looking at the Navajo in the USA for examle I'd say to them 'don't do it!'
So where the hell does that leave me?

Confused - that's where - with some unwelcome and conflicting thoughts having entered my head!

Friday, 7 November 2008

Left Wing USA

So the USA has elected a left wing President in Barack Obama and has, as a nation, it seems 'gone left wing.'

But how left wing?

Obama says that he wants to 'hunt down and kill' Osama Bin Laden.
He's also in favour of the death penalty (for his own citizens as well I mean).

Pretty left wing kinda guy then.

Meanwhile in liberal, hippy, ultra left wing California they have just voted, in a referendum, to ban gay marriages.

Yes the good old US of A has definitely positively surged to the left!

Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Barack Obama is a Politician....

Barack Obama is a politician.

Say it slowly...

He's not the second coming of Jesus - he's a politician.

And what do we think of politicians??

Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Sophie Warne

The widely reported case of Ashan Sabri who knocked over and killed Sophie Warne has interested me in several ways over and above the 'breach of his human rights' way in which it has been mainly reported.

Firstly it was stated by Sabri's defense team (successfully appealing against his deportation to Pakistan) that because his wife is Christian she could possibly be persecuted in Pakistan.

If this is indeed true then where has the 'tolerant' Islam we hear so much about gone?

Could I get away with suggesting that a Christian might be persecuted for his/her beliefs in Pakistan?

I doubt it.

Secondly, Sabri got just three years for causing death by dangerous driving - he had no license also.

This sentence is obviously not long enough.

Thirdly, part of Sabri's defence was the fact that he has an eighteen month old daughter ('Family Life' argument), now then, if my maths is correct, eighteen months plus nine months (pregnancy) equals twenty seven, so, by my reckoning his daughter was conceived in July/August 2006.

He was, you may know, jailed for his crime in July 2005 - for three years - he shouldn't have been out in August 2006 and if he was and he then got his wife pregnant then it's obvious (fairly) why he got her pregnant and should now therefore be made inadmissible!

It all appears to have paid off for him.

Justice it seems, for Sophie Warne, has not been done.