Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Terror Police Foil 'Execution' Plot

The eight people arrested by terror police in Birmingham were allegedly planning an Iraq-style kidnap and execution, Sky News has learned. Sky's Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt says the plot involved randomly snatching an individual off the streets.
The kidnappers then intended to release a video of the hostage pleading for their life and make various demands.
The suspects were detained under the Terrorism Act after a six-month surveillance operation involving officers from two forces.
More details will be given at a police briefing at 11.30am, followed by a press conference at 3pm.
Brunt said officers feared the alleged plot was "coming to fruition".
The fact it "would not have resulted in a mass casualties" suggested a "chilling new departure" in terror tactics.
The suspects had been tracked in a combined police operation led by the Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit.
They were supported by officers from the West Midlands police and the Metropolitan Police.
Officers swooped on a number of addresses in the Sparkhill and Alum Rock areas of east Birmingham at 4am.
West Midlands police said the eight were held "on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism under the Terrorism Act 2000".
Their statement added: "A number of addresses in Birmingham have been secured and sealed off and are currently being searched.
"Whilst this operation poses no specific threat to the West Midlands, as a precautionary measure we will have an enhanced police presence at these locations.
"Our message to people living in the West Midlands is to remain vigilant. Public safety is our absolute priority."
A Home Office spokesman said: "This operation is a reminder of the real and serious nature of the terrorist threat we face."
Today's arrests come after police detained a total of five people in anti-terror raids in Manchester and Halifax, West Yorkshire, last week.
As I told Paul Burgin, if I were ever abducted by terrorists, "I would never give them the satisfaction of spouting their propaganda on a videotape.... in exchange for my life. They are going to kill me anyway, so I would rather die for what I believe in as a martyr for Christ and liberty."

Quote of the Day 31.1.2007

"Liberals are rarely full-blown libertarians: we accept the individual’s freedom has, of necessity, occasionally to be curbed by government for the greater good of society. But our pre-disposition must always be to allow individuals freedom of choice over their own lives; including, crucially, the freedom to make mistakes. Yet, too often, the Lib Dems appear to be the party of party-poopers, reluctant to relinquish state power to the individual for fear they will mis-use it. Last year, we (take another bow, Don [Foster]) carped about liberalising the alcohol licensing laws. Now, apparently, we are against super-casinos even when they are wanted by local communities. The Lib Dems often invoke the two Fs as a slogan: freedom and fairness. Perhaps we should toss another F into the mix: fun. (Steady now, Lembit.) Because, on the basis of today’s statement, there’s no F in liberalism." - Stephan Tall
A classic example of this kind of contempt for indvidual autonomy is the life and crimes of the Jew-hating Stalinist "Fuzzy" Helen Watters!

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

MORE BREAKING NEWS: Blair Finally Admits The Truth (But Only To Himself In The Mirror)

"Yes Tony, you are A. B'Stard!"

Sentence increase for Joe's killer

The schoolboy killer of 11-year-old cystic fibrosis sufferer Joe Geeling has had his 12-year minimum sentence increased to 15 years by the Court of Appeal.
Three judges in London ruled that the term imposed last October in the case of 15-year-old Michael Hamer was "unduly lenient".
The decision was made by Sir Igor Judge, Mr Justice Gray and Mr Justice Henriques following recent submissions on behalf of the Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith QC, that the term - the least he must serve before he can be considered for parole - should have been longer.
Sir Igor said the Attorney General's case "succeeds" and that "in place of a 12-year minimum term, there will be substituted a period of 15 years".
Hamer was sentenced to life at Manchester Crown Court after admitting murder and the minimum term of 12 years was set by trial judge Mr Justice McCombe.
Hamer, aged 14 at the time of the killing, subjected Joe to a "sustained and savage attack" before he used a wheelie bin to dump his body in a park in Bury, Greater Manchester.
Hamer smashed Joe around the head 10 times with a frying pan and then stabbed him 16 times in a "frenzied" attack after the youngster had spurned a sexual advance.
He lured the boy, described by his parents as a "little angel", back to his home from their school in Bury.
After killing him, he hauled his body into a bin, wheeled it to a nearby park and dumped it in a tree-lined gully where it was discovered the next day, on March 2 last year.
Joe's parents, Tom and Gwen, later talked of their "grief and bitterness" over their son's death and described the 12-year tariff as "too lenient".
15 years is still too lenient for that sleazy scumbag! I hope he rots in jail for the rest of his vile life and burns in hell after he dies!!!

BREAKING NEWS: Cannibal Kills Public Schoolboy!

LONDON (Rotters) - Police were called to Conservative Central Office in London this morning after reports that a 44-year-old man had both murdered and dined on a male pupil from Eton.
Police arrested Mr. Iain Dale of 18 Doughty Street, London (pictured above) at the scene of the crime on suspicion of the murder and cannibalism of 13 3/4-year-old Master Dave Cameron, who lived in Notting Hill, London.
Police sources have suggested that this incident might have been a revenge attack against the victim for defeating a friend of Mr. Dale in a contest just over a year ago for the leadership of the Conservative party.

Ranking The Post-Second World War Prime Ministers

Inspired by The Daily Politics, Paul Linford and Iain Dale, I have compiled my own league table of post-Second World War Prime Ministers below:
1. Margaret Thatcher [1979-90]
2. Clement Atlee [1945-51]
3. John Major [1990-7]
4. Winston Churchill [1951-5]
5. Harold Macmillan [1957-63]
6. Harold Wilson [1964-70 & 1974-6]
7. Alec Douglas-Home [1963-4]
8. James Callaghan [1976-9]
9. Anthony Eden [1955-7]
10. Edward Heath [1970-4]
11. Tony Blair [1997-]

Quote of the Day 30.1.2007

"When you're attacked you have to deck your opponents" - Hillary Clinton (quote courtesy of Iain Dale's Diary)

Monday, January 29, 2007

Quote of the Day 29.1.2007

"I'm a libertarian. My view is this: The state is the worst possible parent, and almost any family is better than what is laughably called "care" of Local authorities. Therefore, suitable Gay couples should be allowed, nay encouraged to adopt, as should all other couples.
Adoption agencies will use their experience to vet those couples to ensure suitablility for so great a responsibility according to their own criteria. That is their job. In the case of religious organisations, these criteria are, in part based on the droolings of two-thousand year old paranoid schitzophrenics. For some reason, society still finds this acceptable.
Because the Governemnt is legislating where it's not wanted - personal concience - there is a conflict. Catholic agencies want to refuse to allow homosexuals to adopt because God doesn't like Gays if they act on their inclinations and stick their willies in another man's bum. Such agencies should be allowed to do so, so long as they are not the monopoly provider of kiddies.
So if you're a Gay couple wanting a sprog, don't go to the Catholic church, because they've been pretty consistent on your sexual orientation for centuries. They'll tell you to bugger off. Instead go to the local authority who'll be delighted to see you. It's called compromise. The Catholic church no longer demands that everyone obey Rome. Gay rights activists should stop creating problems by demanding those who disagree be banned, and the Government should stop bloody legislating." - Jackart

Which French Stereotype Are You?

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Saturday, January 27, 2007

A Question For The Sun Newspaper

How can John "Heinrich Himmler" Reid lose his brain when he was born brainless?

Quote of the Day 27.1.2007

"Moving to Northumberland from London was not my idea. My husband was infact the only one terribly keen on the move. When I asked my younger son what he thought, he confided: “Bears might eat me”. "There are no bears," I told him as I looked into the darkness and the growling started." - Wife in the North

North Korea denies nuclear cooperation with Iran

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea on Saturday dismissed speculation it was helping Iran develop its atomic programmes, insisting it was behaving as a responsible nuclear state.
"In a bid to mislead public opinion, some Western media recently spread the rumour that the DPRK is cooperating with Iran in nuclear development," the North's KCNA news agency quoted an unnamed Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying.
The DPRK is the official name of the communist state.
"Their assertion is nothing but a sheer lie and fabrication intended to tarnish the image of the DPRK by charging it with nuclear proliferation."
North Korea has been under sanctions since the U.N. Security Council voted to ban military supplies and weapons shipments -- sanctions already imposed by the United States -- after Pyongyang carried out its first nuclear test in October.
The Security Council also voted unanimously last year to impose sanctions on Iran's trade in sensitive nuclear materials and technology to try to stop enrichment work that could be used to make atomic weapons.
"As solemnly declared more than once by the DPRK, it will continue to sincerely honour its duty it had assumed before the international community in the field of nuclear non-proliferation as a responsible nuclear weapons state," the spokesman said.
Separately, U.S. officials will resume talks with their North Korean counterparts over U.S. financial curbs against Pyongyang on January 30 in Beijing, a Treasury Department spokeswoman said on Friday. Six-way talks aimed at luring the North to abandon its nuclear programmes are also expected to resume in early February.

Friday, January 26, 2007

Quote of the Day 26.1.2007

"If there is no exemption for faith-based adoption agencies, then the government will effectively force them to work against their consciences. Either that or the adoption agencies will have to close. At present doctors and medical staff can opt out out of involvment with abortions. Will the PC brigade now want to force these individuals to act against their consciences?" - Istanbul Tory on the issue of Catholics opposing the law on gay adoptions

A Message To Cllr Rowdy Bobby Piper

Please do yourself and everyone else a favour by following the example of your party's former deputy leader, Lord "Mad" Hattersley, as shown above?

Someone call the men in white coats?

It looks like Jo Salmon has being enjoying herself a little too much with the Nintendo Wii videogames console!

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Desert Island Games

Since Blogger does not feature an option to list one's favourite videogames, in honour of Retro Gamer's homage to the BBC Radio 4 cult favourite Desert Island Discs, here are my eight desert island gaming choices:
1. Warioland Super Mario Land 3 [Game Boy]
2. Super Mario 64 [Nintendo 64]
3. The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past Four Swords [Game Boy Advance]
4. Tetris DS [Nintendo DS]
5. Sonic 3 & Knuckles [Mega Drive]
6. Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper [Game Boy Advance]
7. Fire Pro Wrestling 2 [Game Boy Advance]
8. Missile Command [Atari 65XE]

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Obama/Clinton 2008: The Democrats' Dream Ticket

As Paul Burgin paraphrased Harold Wilson on his blog, Mars Hill, "Two years is a millennium in politics", yet it already seems clear to me that Barack Obama will win the Democrat nomination for President of the United States. However, due to his inexperience, I also believe that his likely running-mate for the Vice Presidency will be Hillary Clinton to create what is known in American politics as a balanced "dream ticket" with the African-American male Obama's youth, energy and charisma being complemented by the Caucasian female Clinton's experience and political knowledge. It also helps the Democrats that both candidates share similar "centrist" political worldviews.

The Fascist tendencies of the Liberal Democrats

In a rare piece of good posting, Labour spin-doctor Don Paskini has posted about how the Burnley Liberal Democrats have supported the election of British National Party (BNP) Councillor Sharon Wilkinson to the board of Padiham Life, which comes under the jurisdiction of the Small Towns Initiative and is backed by the North West Regional Development Association with the sum of £1m. The "Fib Dims" supported the decision despite claiming that they are "the party that people should vote for to keep the BNP out".
It is not just "Fuzzy" Helen Watters and Baroness Tonge that have fascist leanings in the party's rank-and-file membership!

Quote of the Day 24.1.2007

"In Antonia’s case she should certainly not be allowed to adopt. The depth of her anti-male sentiment and regrettably expressed views on this site:
"in a world where women are overwhelmingly more likely to be paid less, be victims of violence and have no or little political power, I’m not sure that cries of sexism against men have much weight."
say clearly to me that Antonia could not provide a balanced environment for a child of either sex." - Martyn Leman about Rose Hill Cllr Antonia Bance on Antonia's blog

My Dream Future Tory Cabinet

Here is an interesting task for all my fellow Tory bloggers to undertake; what individuals would comprise of your dream future Conservative cabinet? The only rules are that you can have only two lords sit in the cabinet (not including the Lord Chancellor and the Leader of the Lords) and that no lord may serve as Prime Minister, the Leader of the Commons and Chief Whip.
My Dream Future Tory Cabinet
The Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish Offices are to be abolished and their functions subsumed in the Office of the Leader of the Commons.
Prime Minister: William Hague
Deputy Prime Minister & First Secretary of State: Derek Laud
Chancellor of the Exchequer: Boris Johnson
Foreign Secretary: David Davis
Home Secretary: David T. C. Davies
Lord Chancellor: Lord [Michael] Howard
Leader of the Commons: Dr. Liam Fox
Leader of the Lords: Baroness [Christine] Hamilton
Trade Secretary: George Osborne
Defence Secretary: Theo Spark
Health Secretary: Cheryl Gillan
Work & Pensions Secretary: Teresa May
Environment Secretary: Lord [Nigel] Lawson
Transport Secretary: Chris Grayling
Education Secretary: C4’
Culture, Media & Sport Secretary: Iain Dale
Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster: Serf
Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Man in a Shed
Minister without Portfolio (Party Chairman): David Cameron
Chief Whip (non-Cabinet): Tim Roll-Pickering

Monday, January 22, 2007

Famous Last Words

"I’m sure Ruth Kelly is a competent minister" - Rose Hill Councillor Antonia Bance

Quote of the Day 22.1.2007

"Jade Goody is a revolting chav. She and her mermidons (none of whom look half as good without make-up as the divine Shilpa - miss England my Arse) were rude to a bollywood princess. Were Jade to be rude to me, I would take it as a compliment. Jade and her ilk do not like educated people, and lack the knowlege to interact with people from different cultures. This isn't racism - ignorance yes. It reflects badly on Jade and her appalling mother and on the UK's education system. It is inverse snobbery that creatures like Jade use to mask their fear of people they know to be far superior in every respect." - Jackart on Celebrity Big Brother

Friday, January 19, 2007

Libertarian Purity Test

I got 67. Can you better that score?

Reasons Why Fluffy Helen Is Evil Part Nine

"Did Satanism become something bad when I wasn’t looking?"
That statement pretty much sums up everything about her; a morally and intellectually bankrupt Jew-hating whore!

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Quote of the Day 18.1.2007

"It is estimated that Mao [Zedong] caused the deaths of 70 million Chinese.In his youth, Mao was fond of saying, "People like me have a duty to ourselves; we have no duty to other people." Mao must have firmly believed this. There is little else that could explain his tranquility in the face of the suffering triggered by his policies. Chinese government figures show that by 1960, the average Chinese was eating about 1,500 calories a day - a diet equivalent to that of slave-laborers at Auschwitz. Mao, like Stalin, indisputably murdered more people than Hitler. The bulk of the deaths for which Mao was responsible stemmed from the famines caused by his mad agricultural collectivization program.
In short, [Will] Hutton argues that the crimes of communist China's founder shouldn't “blind us to achievements which paved the way for its current modernisation”. By the same token, I suppose Hitler laid the foundations of modern Germany by reviving the economy, building the Autobahns and getting rid of those frightful Jews.Doctor! More Lithium here please!The Left-wing thinker- don’t you just despair?" - Istanbul Tory commenting on Will Hutton's article praising Mao Zedong in today’s Guardian newpaper

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

R.I.P. U.W.L. Conservative Society, 2002 - 2006

Today is a sad day as I have just learnt that the Conservative Society at my first university has closed due to a lack of members. In its heyday, the society was one of the strongest on campus despite regular political persecution from the corrupt students' union and the retarded Jew-hating Stalinist "Fuzzy" Helen Watters. Indeed, it was the only party political society in Lampeter, usually numbering over 20 members out of a student body over just over 1,000. There were attempts by Fuzzy and the infamous Jo Salmon with her then-lackey James Insley to set up rival groups (the Liberal Democrats and Left of Centre respectively), but these never got off the ground despite the number of left-wing dummies such Alex Staniforth and Tom O'Leary that were prominent on campus.
Unfortunately, when the old guard such as founder Andrew Rose, the jolly Oliver Owen and myself left Lampeter, the group lost its biggest assets for attracting new members and thus ran out of steam. The society had its ups and downs, but my miserable time at Lampeter would have been far worse without it. I miss Andy, Ole, Charlie Notton, Elliot Moreland and the rest. Heck, I even miss part-time member Neil Vaughan and we hate each other. Out of the old crew, I am only still in touch Andy and I still have Neil's mobile phone number and email address. I wish I could get back contact with all the others.
No doubt that obese cretin and pervert of a Pro-Vice Chancellor "Dirty" Barry Burnham is jumping for joy. I hope the Reichsmarshal chokes to death on his own blubber.

Quote of the Day 16.1.2007

"We believe there are limits to freedom of expression" - German justice minister Brigitte Zypries, demanding that Holocaust denial and the sporting of Nazi symbols be criminalised across the European Union of Soivet Socialist Republics (EUSSR).
Ya mein Fuhrer!

Monday, January 15, 2007

Has working for WWE turned Arn Anderson into a retard?

CM Punk's loss to Hardcore Holly at the 1/9 ECW show was of course, the end of his undefeated streak. Punk is currently in the doghouse and this was punishment for it. However, it is currently unknown at the moment in regards to what Punk did to deserve to be in the doghouse in the first place.
It was well known backstge that Punk disagreed with the layout for the Extreme Elimination Chamber match the Dec. To Dismember. Arn Anderson, who was the co-producer of the match along with Michael Hayes made the following remark: "After 14 years of being WWE television Holly is the bigger star."
ECW writer Dave Lagana's original plan for the 1/9 match was for Punk to be on the verge of beating Holly with the Vice, but Holly would to struggle to the ropes and win with the feet on the ropes finish for a fluke pin. However, at the agent meeting before the show, the whole room turned on Punk. Anderson said that Holly should make Punk pay his dues. Also, some of the agents believe that he's "Heyman's guy", and that's he's not really very good and his being over is a fluke that was created by Heyman. Once again, Anderson said that Punk should pay his dues before they push him and there was no need for Holly to have to cheat to beat him because he's 'the real WWE Superstar'. The idea for the clean finish in the match came from Finlay.
Also, there were people backstage getting off on Holly chopping CM Punk hard during the match.

Friday, January 12, 2007

R.I.P. Hollywood Hulk Hogan, August 11, 1953 - April 1, 2007

So why do I believe that the immortal Hulkster will die at Wrestle Mania 23 in front of a crowd of 78,000 Hulkamaniacs and a worldwide television audience of tens-of-millions? Simple, Vince and Stephanie McMahon both know that Hogan will die before he finally retires, so what would get rid of that 53-year-old egomaniac and spike the rating upwards for RAW, Smack Down and ECW more than Hogan actually dieing in a match at the hands of a man with a prior reputation for causing in-ring deaths called "The Great Khali" Dalip Singh. I have nothing against either Hogan or Khali, but I would pay Sky Box Office's asking price of £14.99 to watch Khali kill Hogan in a manner similar to that of Ivan Drago's destruction of Apollo Creed in the film Rocky IV, and so would millions of others too.
Feel free to leave your tributes to the soon-to-be late Terry Bollea in the Comments section.

The Holocaust Is No Laughing Matter

Here is a transcript detailing one of the reasons why I hate "Fuzzy" Helen Watters so much:
Lampeter Student's Union :: View topic - Schindlers List
Lampeter Student's Union
Schindlers List
Lampeter Student's Union Forum Index -> Film Club
film club
Joined: 20 Dec 2003
Posts: 51
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:48 pm
Post subject: Schindlers List
Iggy is having a Shindlers List party in his shower on friday anyone else up for it? Anyone got ideas for characters and costumes? Its fancy dress.
ps bring your own gas mask, if you don't wanna die!
small fluffy one
Joined: 18 Dec 2003
Posts: 1072
Location: Lampeter, Wales
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:51 pm
Should I have laughed at that? I feel a bit guilty now...
film club
Joined: 22 Dec 2003
Posts: 35
Location: Wherever there is injustice, I'll be there.
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:51 pm
I urged Laurence to not post this, but he insisted on landing me in shit because he's angry that I didn't like his idea of having an Irreversible night in the Extension with a Requiem for a Dream after party.
"J Edgar Hoover is one bad cat, and when two cats ain't groovin' to the same tune, somebody has to visit the man upstairs. I gotta split, there's some cats I gotta be groovin' with."-Sammy Davis Jr
film club
Joined: 20 Dec 2003
Posts: 51
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:52 pm
Post subject:
[A racist image that was only removed under pressure from the university's ACS department]
small fluffy one
Joined: 18 Dec 2003
Posts: 1072
Location: Lampeter, Wales
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:54 pm
I know where you are Laurence!!!!!!!
film club
Joined: 20 Dec 2003
Posts: 51
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:56 pm
thats creepy! where are you?
film club
Joined: 22 Dec 2003
Posts: 35
Location: Wherever there is injustice, I'll be there.
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:57 pm
This is the greates web page ever:
"J Edgar Hoover is one bad cat, and when two cats ain't groovin' to the same tune, somebody has to visit the man upstairs. I gotta split, there's some cats I gotta be groovin' with."-Sammy Davis Jr
small fluffy one
Joined: 18 Dec 2003
Posts: 1072
Location: Lampeter, Wales
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:58 pm
Hiding.. from people like you. It's obvious you're sitting in the mac lab.. cos you'd never lower your standards to that of the UCS computer room..
film club
Joined: 20 Dec 2003
Posts: 51
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 8:59 pm
ha ha wrong I am not using a daddy mac and I am not in a smelly ucs room so you will have to think again.
small fluffy one
Joined: 18 Dec 2003
Posts: 1072
Location: Lampeter, Wales
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 9:01 pm
I dunno then. You're on campus though, I know that much!!
Joined: 10 Feb 2004
Posts: 95
Location: Conservative Party office, John Richards Hall
Posted: Tue Mar 09, 2004 6:09 pm
I don't want to stur but...
those comments and the picture is extremely bad taste. Let's hope no Jewish students enter this part of the forum. Jokes about gas chambers...? I think that's bad and them fact that it's ignored here.... hmmm.
Note the banal, shameless discussion going on and the insincere apology of that vermin Watters. Hanging is too good for her.

Quote of the Day 12.1.2007

"Kill people with kindness-until they stab you in the back, and then just kill them (not literally)." - William Scott Goldberg

I'll "blargh" to that!

The Next Big Thing In Radio Comedy

Last night I listened to the first episode of BBC Radio 4's new late-night comedy show Recorded for Training Purposes. It was brilliant with its attacks on soap operas, political correctness, North Korea, the internet and the public services. I thoroughly recommend that you all tune into that show next week at 11pm.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Quotes of the Day 11.1.2007

"Can anyone explain to me why state expropriation of private property, closing down hostile media outlets and the passing of an "enabling law" (1933 anyone?) as I was predicting a couple of years ago, should be greeted with cheers from not just the lunatic fringe but the supposedly reasonable left too?"
"Is anti-americanism the only measure of morality that pinkos accept? Does anyone else feel slightly queasy at the thought of "Socialism or death"?"
"Does this mean that anyone who opposes GWB is alright, even though they're walking down a well-trodden road that historicaly has always had mass murder bordering on genocide at the end of it?" - Jackart
"Mr Chavez retorted by dubbing Mr Blair "the main ally of Hitler", a reference to Mr Bush." -
BLAIR IS HITLER MARK II (unless you believe that left-wing lesbian lunatic Jo "Davina Irving" Salmon)!

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Quote of the Day 10.1.2007

"So Gordon is not an economic Genius - hes fucked the economy right up, but a political genius. He doesn't care about the living standards of hard working families. He cares about keeping that group of evil, power-hungry, anti-British, socialist shits, the Labour party in power for as long as possible, so they can continue to take all our money and spend it to secure labour votes, to the detriment of all.
Gordon. Please move to Venezuela... you'd fit right in." - Jackart

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

We cannot be held to ransom by politically correct heath and safety nutters

So a married couple are under investigation for the heinous crime of smoking inside their own home. Do I oppose smoking and wish to see it banned in all public places? Yes, because non-smokers can still die from lung cancer due to passive smoking. Do I want smoking on private premises outlawed? No, because it causes no one any harm other than the smokers themselves.
This madness is the hallmark of Blair's Britain - a fascist surveillance state! If these lunatics want to oppress individual liberty, then I suggest we libertarian Conservative play them at their own game by reporting Jo Salmon to the police for smoking in her own home and preaching sex discrimination, or better still, perform a citizen's arrest on that bitch-witch Polly Toynbee for encouraging religious persecution. If we did those things, Toynbee and Salmon would soon change their tune.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

I Am Nostradamus!

I predict that the Royal Family will announce the engagement of Prince William to Kate Middleton on Wednesday 14 February, with the wedding taking place between April and August.

Friday, January 05, 2007

'Navy To Be Slashed To Cut Costs'

Navy bosses are said to be in uproar over reported plans to mothball nearly half of the Fleet and close a key port. Six warships - Cumberland, Chatham, Cornwall, Campbeltown, Southampton and Exeter - are considered to be under threat. According to the Daily Telegraph, cuts have been drawn up which are intended to slice £250m from the defence budget.
The paper has also claimed the Navy could lose one of its three aircraft carriers, Invincible, and that one of three major ports was under threat of closure - with Portsmouth the most vulnerable.
It quoted one senior officer as saying: "We are now no better than a coastal defence force or a fleet of dug-out canoes.
"The Dutch now have a better navy than us."
Last month, Armed Forces Minister Adam Ingram said 13 of the Royal Navy's 44 main vessels were already in a state of reduced readiness - known as mothballing - to save cash.
A decision to mothball the other ships would mean that almost half the Fleet would not be available.
The Ministry of Defence spokesman said: "We currently have no plans to cut ship numbers.
"We routinely review whether resources are allocated where our frontline forces need them most. No decisions have been taken in this case."
He pointed out that the MoD was building new destroyers, attack submarines, and support ships for the Royal Navy and planned to sign the production contract this year for two new aircraft carriers.
The spokesman branded reports that Portsmouth will close as "complete speculation", adding: "We are reviewing our bases, and have undertaken to make savings, but no decisions have been taken."

'Wanted' photos 'may breach rights'

Police have refused to release photographs of two escaped murderers, claiming it might breach their human rights.
Killers Jason Croft and Michael Nixon are among 13 inmates to have absconded from Sudbury open jail in Derbyshire in the past two months.
Despite the fact that only two have been caught - and that the killers are still on the loose - Derbyshire Police said the public do not have a right to know what the convicts look like.
A spokesman for Derbyshire Police said: "When making a decision to release any photograph, police forces must take into account numerous factors including the public interest test, whether there is a strong local policing purpose and, of course, the Human Rights and Data Protection Acts.
"Photographs of named people that are in police possession are classed as data and their release is restricted by law.
"Acpo (Association of Chief Police Officers) guidance states that releasing a 'wanted' photograph of a named person should only happen in exceptional circumstances where officers believe that the named suspect may be a danger to the public."
Croft, 28, has been missing since October 31, while Nixon, also 28, has not been seen since he failed to appear at roll call on November 2. Both are originally from Manchester.
"Unfortunately, once people abscond, it's up to us to trace their whereabouts," the spokesman added.
"The very nature of open prisons is that those people are out and about anyway on placements and some abuse the trust we have placed in them. We are left to mop it up."
More than 660 inmates have gone missing from Sudbury in the past 10 years and officials were criticised last year for spending £25,000 on a champagne party for staff as a reward for "high performance".
How dare Derbyshire Police deliberately endanger the lives of the public to appease politically correct nutcases like Polly Toynbee and Dan Paskini?
Tony Blair promised to be tough on crime, but the 1998 Human Rights Act has made a mockery of his statement. If there was ever a reason to kick New Labour out of office and repel the Human Rights Act, this episode is it.

Youngster Dies Plugging In Game Boy

A seven-year-old British boy has reportedly been electrocuted in his hotel room in Thailand while using his Game Boy. Connor O'Keefe is thought to have been killed when he plugged the handheld games console into the power socket at the Sunset Beach Resort in Phuket. He was found by his parents - David Skinner, 49 and Kathleen Curry, 45 - slumped on the floor of the room, according to local reports.
Local police and hotel management believe the youngster had plugged in his Game Boy while he was still wet after swimming in the hotel pool.
The combination of water and electricity led to an electric shock which proved fatal, they said.
But the boy's mother said he was aware of the dangers of electricity and was "definitely" not wet when he was electrocuted.
Police who have been investigating the death believe it was a tragic accident and the hotel was not to blame.
It is thought Connor's parents have now returned to the UK with his body.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Really Real? Judge For Yourselves

Shortly before the start of the Third Gulf War, someone on GameFAQs posted an open letter from the late Saddam Hussein to the American public. The letter did not receive much publicity apparently due to pressure from the White House, which is a pity because if had better publicised, it would have rendered arguments from pro-Saddam lobbyists such as the Stop The War Coalition and Sean Penn null and void because Saddam actually invites U.S. armed forces into Iraq.

Dear People of America,

My friends, it grieves me that so much misunderstanding has arisen of late between my great country and yours. Your President, Mr. George Bush Jr., has, I think, given you the wrong impression about how I feel about your wonderful country and its citizens. While it is true that some years ago our two glorious nations found themselves engaged in a great war, both fought with honour and the matter ended with no side the clear victor. All that, as your people say, is water over the bridge.

The truth is I love America very much.

How could one not love the U.S.? The physical beauty of your land is breathtaking. Someday I would like to visit your famous Grand Canyon and Mount Rushmore and gaze upon the faces of your great rulers of the past.

I would love to sit and watch one of your American baseball games as I chomp on a wiener with mustard and sauerkraut.

Your Hollywood movies are grand. I very much admire your John Wayne, certainly the manliest of men. And Tom Cruise is the finest young actor in the world. Who would not take delight in his strong, lean physique? I would relish the opportunity to personally entertain him in Baghdad. Just the other day I was watching a videotape of the dazzling movie Minority Report, which I enjoyed very much. Someday I would like to meet the director, Mr. Steven Spielberg, and have him explain it to me.

As some of you might know, I am something of a creative artist myself. I have written a few novels that have met with some critical success here. Would it not be magnificent if Mr. Spielberg and I were to collaborate on a film project, made here in beautiful Iraq? The fact that he is of the Hebrew faith is of no concern to me. Despite what you may have heard about my so-called “gassing” of the Kurds, mine is a heart free of prejudice and hate.

Your American rock music, too, is so fresh and entertaining. When we hold parties at the presidential palace I love to shake my booty, as your young people say. Those sweet-faced boys in *NSYNC are so talented. They, too, have an open invitation to visit my country – as does each and every American who reads this letter.

Perhaps when you come to my country and see the smiling faces of little Iraqi children waving the American flag, you will see there is no need for further conflict. Do not be misled by the things you may have heard. I see America as a friend, not an enemy. Let us make love, not war.


His Excellency, Saddam Hussein

Once you have finished laughing at all the unintended (?) homoerotic statements, you might be thinking that this letter is a hoax. I believe that this note is genuine because it contains some credible clues. Saddam claims to have watched Minority Report on videotape. Due to international sanctions imposed on Iraq at the time, the only way Saddam could have gained access to the film on videotape is if it was a pirated copy.

Speaking from personal experience, I can assure you that media piracy is rife throughout the Middle East with the authorities often turning a blind eye to such activities. Media piracy was only officially banned in Saudi Arabia during 1995 to very little effect; so one can imagine who much worse the problem is in Iraq even today. However, I digressed from the matter at hand which to gauge the authenticity of the letter.

I believe that the example I have mentioned and my reasons why have I am convinced that this letter from Saddam was genuine.

Quotes of the Day 4.1.2007: The 200th Post

"The problem with the description “far-right” is that it tends to imply that the likes of the odious BNP are in some sense Tories, but more so. Whilst that might be a useful political device for some sections of the left in some circumstances, it’s neither accurate nor generally helpful.
Let’s call the BNP what they are - a bunch of odious white-power racists with authoritarian tendencies who will jump on any policy bandwagon that looks like it might win them a few votes." - Sam on Antonia's blog
Here is an excellent quote from Martine Martin:

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Fools! It Was A Joke!!!

Remember when in the diary room during Big Brother 6, the only black gay in the Tory party, Derek Laud said that his fellow Afro-Caribbean housemate Science annoyed him so much that he felt like joining the British National Party (BNP)? If you do, you will most likely realise that he was joking. Unfortunately, the joke was lost on some people in the LGBT community according to Martine Martin, who discovered the existence of a Gay BNP Group.
As a individual called Chris remarked on that legwob:
"Just goes to show that being gay does not make you immune from massive out bursts of self defeating stupidity."

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

A Message To Rose Hill Cllr Antonia Bance

In the most recent post on her blog, 'Mrs. Jo Salmon' wrote the following statement regarding the infamous Prague Tory's "incredible suggestion" concerning Labour party leadership hopeful John McDonnell and the fascist British National Party (BNP):
(I assume that Prague Tory is making some subtle point, in the manner of rightwingers, about how the BNP are not really rightwing. This is usually expressed less subtly as “don’t you know that Nazi stood for national SOCIALIST German workers’ party - they’re clearly a bunch of commies!” You’ll forgive me if I don’t get exercised about the rightness or leftness of the BNP, but merely their wrongness.)
I will explain it to Cllr Bance (and Comrade Salmon) once again: Right is Right; Left is Wrong and as such, SOCIALISM IS FASCISM! Whether you realise it or not, you are a member of a fascist organisation ('New Labour') supporting fascist policies. The refusal of both your partner and yourself to recognise and acknowledge both reality and the clear evidence that Tony Blair is the second coming of Adolf Hitler makes you no better than David Irving and "Fuzzy" Helen Watters when they deny the Holocaust.

Quote of the Day 2.1.2007: Happy New Year

"As for the so-called critics who believed the 2002 launch of the Los Angeles-based film division was a 'reel' mistake, they had no choice but to recognize what World Wrestling Entertainment does better than any other organization on the planet: entertain." -
Meanwhile, in the real world....