Here: The battered and bruised face of a burglar who got on the wrong side of a 72-year-old former boxer.
Tuesday, 30 June 2009
Monday, 29 June 2009
Sunday, 28 June 2009
Now, I keep ferrets, and have a whippet dog and also a jack russell terrier and have not been adverse to a little rabbiting in the past and also even now when required a little ratting.
But, the intense cruelty that goes on in a badger dig is frankly perverse, and I think that people who partake in this activity should have bits cut off them.
Just my opinion.
Friday, 26 June 2009
She was two years old and he was fifteen. He beat her to death (sixty eight injuries including bites), and just about everybody I know says that he should hang. He'll be out before he's 30 years old.
If our society does not recognise this crime as the worst sort and the perpetrator as worthy of the ultimate sanction then we have lost our way.
Quietly, behind the scenes all the major political parties support this sort of weak pathetic sentencing.
Whatever anyone thinks of them, the BNP are the only party in Britain that would hang this scumball.
Simple, if the BNP were in power then this murderer (and many more also) would hang...
Tuesday, 23 June 2009
Roma Criminals Thrown out of Country By Northern Irish Citizens Bravely Doing The Job The Authorities Cowed By Political Correctness Were Afraid To Do
Monday, 22 June 2009
Take today for example, in the Daily Mail. 'Hotter than Tenerife' they say (It's going to be apparently). 30c they predict, beating this years previous high of almost 27c (that'll have been 26c then). Rather than 'hotter than Tenerife' they could equally have said 'colder than Russia' for temperatures of 36c have been predicted in some parts of that country this week.
The Mail then went on to somewhat rubbish their own story by showing a met office prediction of: Today Light Rain 22c, Tomorrow Dry and Sunny 24c, Wednesday Sunny 26c but by Friday heavy showers!
Where's the 30c?!
The press have been harping on non stop this summer that a hot, dry and sunny one is predicted. They seem certain on this fact because the met office actually said that they thought (guesswork) that this summer would be warmer and drier than last summer - which was one of the wettest and coolest in memory!
Bunk. My prediction for this summer - unsettled, because the weather is being dominated by westerlies so far, and this will take a lot of changing. We will of course as usual have spells of pretty hot weather (some this week) but I would be surprised if we have a 2003 or 2006 type 'scorcher'. But what do I know?
The press (and to a lesser degree the met office) predict a hot (ish) summer every year now - and a mild winter also.
They are (especially with recent summers) constantly proved wrong.
I think it's all a part of the global warming industry.
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
But I think the 'racist' attacks on the 'Romanians' in Belfast that the BBC luvvies have been weeping about today has a bit more to it than meets the eye.
The Romanians are in fact Roma Gypsies, who originate from Romania but are not liked there.
There are many of these Roma Gypsies in Italy, where they are despised.
There are quite a few also settling in southern England at the moment where I have it on good authority that they are generally considered to be workshy thieves (allegedly of course).
Now, with apologies to the good people of Belfast, but this is not a city noted for it's racial and religious tolerance.
Put all of this together and is it any wonder that the whole Roma Gypsy/Belfast thing has ended in tears?
Please nobody be surprised by this (and the only reason 'Mr Tolerant' Martin McGuinness is harping on is because he thinks that the attacks have been carried out by Loyalists).
The social engineers that rule us really must give more thought to who they put where!
PS Willam Cobbett blogs well about this subject here.
Monday, 15 June 2009
In Britain, the people, confronted by corrupt politicians vote for them! (in the Euro elections 56% of the British public who voted did so for LibLabCon).
I think we need a bit of the Iranian spirit over here!
Sunday, 14 June 2009
I'm not reviewing the film here but briefly I thought it was well shot with a good soundtrack and was very entertaining. On the negative side there were some plot holes and it was for some reason peddling a pro Islamic message (subtly).
My main beef with the film though is the simple fact that it was marketed as 'The Feelgood Film of the Year'!
What?! Feelgood film!?
When I watched it at the cinema there were parents and teenage daughters there all pop corned up and obviously ready for a 'romcom'. You should have seen their faces after just a few minutes of the film.
Entertaining it was, feelgood it wasn't.
Whoever marketed the film and used that slogan should be electrocuted, or blinded, if you get my drift...
Thursday, 11 June 2009
Tuesday, 9 June 2009
Yes I'm afraid if you physically attack a political opponent and try to deny that opponent freedom of speech and ride roughshod over the democratic process then you are pretty much in my book a Nazi.
Monday, 8 June 2009
Whatever you think of The BNP, I think fairs fair and rights right and this England football team argument is in my opinion just plain silly.
Friday, 5 June 2009
Scandalous but not surprising I'm afraid.
The only thing that people can do about it is to vote them out but judging by how many morons (only my opinion of course) voted for the mainstream parties last night that seems unlikely.
So, they steal our money, provoke our outrage and hold us in contempt but we (not me) still vote for them.