Monday, April 30, 2007

You've Got To Be Kidding Me?!?

Vince McMahon is the new ECW Champion? McMoron continues to urinate on the legacy of Paul Heyman, Taz, Shane Douglas, Rob Van Dam, Terry Funk, Sabu and company.

A Letter To A Homonazi

Just under a year ago, I wrote a letter to the Homonazi Johann Hari, objecting to some of his remarks about patriotism and the Right. Here is what I wrote:
Dear Mr. Hari,
I am writing to you in response to your 3 August 2006 commentary in the Independent (‘Why does the right hate Britain so much?’).
I am writing to you to register my disgust at your ignorant, misleading and even libellous comments about both the Right and in particular Mr. Richard Littlejohn. To suggest as you did that Mr. Littlejohn is in someway the intellectual (and I use that word in the loosest possible sense) mentor of the utterly ghastly Nick Griffin and his abhorrent little BNP rabble is not only deeply offensive, but also unforgivable. You and your fellow left-wing brethren are shameless black propagandists living in a fantasy world with no basis in reality whatsoever. You so-called ‘liberals’ twist and manipulate both half-truths and the truth into whatever shapes that suit you. You liberals are liars who are intellectually and morally bankrupt.
Contrary to your disingenuous claims and clichéd caricatures, not all of us on the Right are lunatics, bigots and reactionaries who are either living in the past or are lusting for a previous mythical golden age of a British Eden that never existed. Most of us embrace the positive aspects of today’s multicultural British society with open arms. For anyone to suggest that we should prompt and return to some ‘fossilised’ golden age along the lines I have already mentioned is in effect conceding that our culture is incapable of evolving into something greater and more inclusive. As a graduate of History, I am well aware that cultures that fail to evolve stagnate and die and these are the reasons both Anglo-American culture and civilisation have and continue to grow and endure are down to their ability to assimilate and innovate the finest aspects of other cultures and civilisations from the Romans to the Raj. Not all of us on the Right want to deport or close our borders to genuine asylum seeking refugees because we recognise and welcome our moral obligations and civic responsibilities to those who have been forced to flee their homes by ‘illiberal liberals’ such as yourself with no concept of respect, tolerance or acceptance for our fellow humans.
What does separate us on the Right from you on the Left is our outlook on culture, society and civilisation. We on the Right realise that civilisation can both progress or regress. What we on the Right in Britain despise today in this great nation of ours is how we as a society are degenerating into savages with no informing principles, the principles of truth, justice, liberty, fair play and freedom that have nurtured the development of our nation into a living beacon of hope and aspiration to others less fortunate than ourselves. As these principles have developed our society, society in turn further developed upon these guiding principles. However, in the last century, these developments have been both stalled and then reversed by the parasitic cancer of left-wing liberalism through its countless Trojan horses such as Keynesianism and French Trotskyite political correctness. Modern day liberalism has deliberately ignored the fact that we cannot have rights without responsibilities, while also claiming that there are no such absolutes as true and false, right and wrong and good and evil, and that everything has equally legitimacy.
We on the Right are appalled by these self-destructive and hypocritical attitudes and how they have been allowed to poison the minds of our fellow citizens by liberals such as yourself. I am disgusted at your approval of binge drinking and sexual permissiveness. Society is unable to develop unless its’ citizens possess a moral centre. How can the nations’ children and young adults create a better society when they are being taught by left-wing teachers that barbarism is as legitimate as civilisation, that Adolf Hitler is as a legitimate statesman as Nelson Mandela, that Sinn Fein, Hamas and Hezbollah are just as legitimate as the Conservatives, Democrats and Republicans? Because of left-wing indoctrination, this country has and is continuing to breed generations of degenerates who refuse to recognise that rights and responsibilities are indivisible from one another. People like you Mr. Hari have supplanted common sense with political correctness and rational thoughts with irrational feelings.
We on the Right, far from hating Britain, want to both restore and develop the nation. We on the Right do not wish to return to a fictionalised heyday, but to create an ever-improving future that learns from both the mistakes and virtues of the past. We on the Right are perfectionists, we never settle for being just good enough because being good enough is simply not good enough for us. That is why you on the Left with your mongrel life philosophies hate us and hate Britain. That is why you seek to undermine the Right, British society and British history. Those of us on the Right such as the bloggers Mr. Tim Roll-Pickering, Manic Minimalist, Man in a Shed and myself will never forgive or forget what has been done and what is continuing to be done to both our nation and ourselves.
Yours truly,
C4' B.A. (Hons.)

Quote of the Day 30.4.2007

I got this exchange from Iain Dale's Diary:
This is one of the best comeback lines of all time. It is a portion of an ABC interview between a female broadcaster and General Cosgrove who was about to sponsor a Boy Scout Troop visiting his military headquarters.
FEMALE INTERVIEWER: So, General Cosgrove, what things are you going toteachthese young boys when they visit your base?
GENERAL COSGROVE: We're going to teach them climbing, canoeing, archery and shooting.
FEMALE INTERVIEWER: Shooting! That's a bit irresponsible, isn't it?
GENERAL COSGROVE: I don't see why, they'll be properly supervised on the rifle range.
FEMALE INTERVIEWER: Don't you admit that this is a terribly dangerous activity to be teaching children?
GENERAL COSGROVE: I don't see how. We will be teaching them proper rifle discipline before they even touch a firearm.
FEMALE INTERVIEWER: But you're equipping them to become violent killers.
GENERAL COSGROVE: Well, Ma'am, you're equipped to be a prostitute, but you're not one, are you?
The radio went silent and the interview ended.
Ba! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Verdicts In Fertiliser Bomb Plot Trial

A British terrorist who met two of the 7/7 suicide bombers has been convicted with four others of plotting a series of deadly bomb attacks on targets in the UK.
Omar Khyam, who also boasted of working for the number three in al Qaeda, was found guilty of conspiracy to cause explosions made from chemical fertiliser.
Khyam, 25, of Crawley, West Sussex, had denied the charge at the Old Bailey during a year-long trial.
Another four British men accused of involvement in the plot were also found guilty of conspiracy to cause explosions likely to endanger life.
They are Waheed Mahmood, 35, and Jawad Akbar, 23, from Crawley, West Sussex, Anthony Garcia, 25, of Barkingside, east London, and Salahuddin Amin, 32, of Luton, Bedfordshire.
Shujah Mahmood, 20, and Jawad Akbar, 23, also from Crawley, West Sussex, were found not guilty of conspiring to cause explosions likely to endanger life between January 1, 2003 and March 31, 2004.
Khyam and Garcia were also found guilty of possession of 600kg of ammonium nitrate fertiliser for terrorism, but Hussain was cleared.
Khyam was also found guilty of possession aluminium powder for terrorism, but Shujah Mahmood was found not guilty.
The seven defendants were arrested in March 2004 following the discovery of more than half a ton of chemical fertiliser in storage in west London.
The prosecution alleged they were involved in a plot to bomb targets in Britain, including the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent, and to hit gas and electricity supplies.
David Waters QC said not everyone involved in the plot was before the court.
The terror cell was said to have schemed with Canadian Mohammed Momin Khawaja and American Mohammed Junaid Babar.
It can now be revealed that Mohammed Sidique Khan, the ringleader of the July 7 bombers, was a close associate of Khyam, at a time when he was one of Britain's top terror targets.
The two met each other at least four times in England while Khyam was under surveillance by MI5 in the final stages of his plotting.
At one point they were even recorded by Security Service agents talking about terrorism.
Khyam also met another of the 7/7 suicide gang - Khan's right-hand man, Shehzad Tanweer - while under surveillance by MI5.
Yet despite this, neither Khan or Tanweer were classified as priority targets by the Security Service
The defendants denied there was a plot.
Some said they were only interested in sending money and supplies to fighters in Kashmir and Afghanistan. Others said they were duped.
The jury in the Old Bailey trial had been considering their verdicts since March 16 but did not sit every day. They started their 27th day today following the Easter break.

The Nature Of Fascism

I have just sent this letter to the Western Mail newspaper on the nature of fascism:
SIR - I must object to Mr. Ray Davies' claim that the BNP and other fascist organisations are right-wing. If anyone studies the manifestos of all fascist groups, they would find that these parties are predominantly left-wing in their thought processes. Mussolini was a socialist before he created fascism, the official name of the Nazis was the National Socialist German Workers' Party while the BNP and French National Front call for the introduction protectionist economic policies, high tariffs on imports and the nationalisation of private businesses. Before anyone writes in to accuse me of ignoring the capitalist elements of Fascism, I would like to inform them that Lenin, Stalin and modern-day China have all used and relied upon inward-investment from private enterprises such as Ford and AT&T to develop their internal economic and industrial infrastructure. In this regard, there is little-to-no difference between fascism and all other shades of socialism.
Yours sincerely
C4' B.A. (Hons.) - History

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Quote of the Day 28.4.2007

"When the wheel falls off, in a couple of year's time a Conservative administration will have to deal with these issues. Interest rates will be higher, we will be struggling to keep inflation under control and the economy will be shrinking, the Labour party will try to say that it was better under them. Don't fall for it. The first recession under the Tories will be unmistakably Gordon Brown's fault, and the mess he's left will take years to sort out. This is before we mention the wrecking ball, that this government has swung through the constitution - that, I fear is, permanent damage.
History will Judge these cunts very harshly indeed." - Jackart

Friday, April 27, 2007

Why Do Lesbians Always Vote Labour?

Because They All Love Cunts!
No doubt those Nulab Homonazis Bance, Hari and Salmon would brand me a 'heterosexist' for that joke, but if I did hate homosexuals, why would I have wanted Derek Laud to win Big Brother 6 or beg and plead with Iain Dale for an appearance on 18 Doughty Street.Com?
Besides, there is no such thing as lesbian sex because if God had intended for two women to have sexual intercourse with each other, he would have given one of them a dick!
Ha! I had you Homonazis wound up again. You lefties just have no sense of humour at all!

Tories lead in run-up to local elections

LONDON (Reuters) - The Conservatives are firmly ahead of the Labour Party less than a week before local elections, according to an opinion poll released on Friday.
The YouGov survey in the Daily Telegraph will make uncomfortable reading for Chancellor Gordon Brown -- widely expected to take over from Prime Minister Tony Blair in the coming months -- as it pointed to Labour's worst local election performance in 20 years, according to the newspaper.
Local council elections are due to take place next Thursday. There will also be elections to the devolved Scottish parliament and Welsh assembly.
With political parties trying to woo voters, the YouGov poll put David Cameron's Conservatives ahead of Labour for the 12th consecutive month for the first time since Margaret Thatcher was prime minister in the late 1980s, the Telegraph said.
The Conservatives were on 37 percent -- a 2 percentage point slide from last month -- while Labour was unchanged at 32 percent. The smaller opposition Liberal Democrats came in at 18 percent, an increase of 1 percentage point from March.
Asked to decide whether they would prefer a Conservative government under Cameron or a Labour government under Brown, 45 percent said they would vote Conservative -- a 1 percentage point rise from March -- compared with 35 percent for Labour -- also a 1 percentage point rise. The percentage of those who were undecided fell to 18 percent from 22.
Blair is expected to announce soon after the May 3 election that he is stepping down in the next few months.
YouGov polled 2,019 adults between April 23 and 26.

Quote of the Day 27.4.2007

"I admit that I've never been the sharpest tack in the bunch. But what I have figured out is that while nice guys may not finish last, they certainly don't finish first." - Shawn Michaels

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Robberies rise by 8 per cent

Robberies jumped 8 per cent in the last three months of 2006, Home Office figures have revealed.
It is the first time the quarterly number of robberies has risen above 26,000 since the second quarter of 2003.
According to the British Crime Survey, overall recorded crime fell by 2 per cent in England and Wales from October to December compared with the same period in the previous year.
Total violent crime was down 1 per cent but drugs offences rose 3 per cent and police recorded an 11 per cent leap in vandalism.
Meanwhile, the number of firearms offences fell 16 per cent to 9,513 in the year ending in December but gun deaths rose by four to 57.
The BCS, which questions tens of thousands of people about their experiences of crime, estimated the number of offences against adults remained stable at 11.1 million in the 12 months ending in December.
But it disclosed that more people are concerned about anti-social behaviour while public confidence in the criminal justice system has also declined.
Home Office minister Tony McNulty said: "We have cut robbery by a fifth over the past five years but any rise, however slight, reminds us there is still work to do."

Harry 'will quit over an Iraq ban'

Household Cavalry Regiment sources have warned that Harry will leave the Army if he is stopped from going to Iraq.
Military bosses are assessing the Prince's role in the Gulf after one of the bloodiest months for British forces in the war-torn country.
The MoD said his situation was under "constant consideration", as it was reported that the Army had launched an 11th-hour review of the decision to let him serve alongside his men.
The Household Cavalry source said: "This comes as a huge surprise. As of today, as far as the regiment's concerned, he is definitely, definitely going. This is what he signed up for and if he doesn't go, he will sign off and leave. He joined the Army for a bit of excitement and for him to be told he's not going would be awful."
And that sentiment would extend to his colleagues, he said, adding that Harry would get the best protection possible from his troop. "He has his troop, and the protection of his troop, and his vehicle," he said. "His troop will not just protect him but all the guys. He is just as important as the youngest guy in his troop. They are all there to do their bit."
Third in line to the throne Harry, 22, has set his heart on being a career soldier and leading his 11-strong armoured reconnaissance troop in Iraq. He has reportedly threatened to quit the Army before if he is not allowed to serve in a conflict zone.
In an interview to mark his 21st birthday, he insisted: "There's no way I'm going to put myself through Sandhurst and then sit on my a*** back home while my boys are out fighting for their country."
Royal sources maintained that the Prince would take any decision by Army chiefs like a "grown-up". The source said: "He's trained with his troop. He's responsible for the 11 of them. They're all bonded. They all want to go and do what they were trained to do. He's a grown-up and he'll take whatever the decision is, but he wants to go."
The source added: "He would be extremely disappointed but to say he would quit is way too strong."
Clarence House insisted that Harry was still on track to head out to Iraq, but declined to comment further. "It's an Army decision and always has been and always will be," a spokesman said.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Kurt Angle Does Not Suck!

Since this edition of RAW took place in late 2005, Kurt Angle and his wife have had reconciliation and a second child together.

Terror 'suspect' wins freedom bid

A Moroccan accused of being linked to an al Qaida cell and the September 11 terrorist attacks on America has won a High Court bid for freedom.
Lawyers for Farid Hilali, who has been in custody in British jails for more than two-and-a-half years, were granted a writ of habeas corpus to obtain his release.
The 36-year-old is held at Whitemoor prison, Cambridgeshire, awaiting extradition to Spain on charges of conspiracy to murder. The charges are based on accusations that he was party to a conspiracy in Spain linked to and supportive of the 9/11 outrage.
Lady Justice Smith and Mr Justice Irwin ruled at London's High Court that his detention under a European arrest warrant had become arbitrary and unjustified.
The judges ruled that his current detention "is unlawful and a writ of habeas corpus must be issued". They refused the Crown Prosecution Service and Spanish authorities leave to appeal, but the CPS are still considering petitioning the House of Lords direct because of the importance of the case.
Hilali will not be freed until the law lords have decided whether or not to hear the case. The judges also said they would not grant him bail pending any further court hearing until his immigration status has been clarified, saying they feared he might abscond and had a past history of using false documents.
Later Muddassar Arani, solicitor for Hilali, said: "The court has decided that Mr Hilali's detention under the European arrest warrant had become arbitrary and unjustified. The European arrest warrant scheme rests on trust.
"We argued that the courts in one EU country have to trust the courts of another, and this judgment demonstrates how important it is that that trust is not abused, and that courts who request extradition should act openly and in good faith.
"No explanation has been tendered, in spite of numerous requests by me and my firm, as to why the Spanish authorities have obstinately proceeded with a dud case. Why criminal proceedings have not been taken in London has never been explained.
"If the authorities have any evidence against Mr Hilali, let them charge him, and bring him before a British jury, rather than his already excessive imprisonment without trial for many months more." The US criminal justice authorities "have never sought his extradition, and do not believe there is any evidence against him".

Quote of the Day 25.4.2007

"I think Labour has castrated this country" - Actor James Dreyfus

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Quote of the Day 24.4.2007

"Well part of me wants to see France wallow in its own filth so Royale who will probably not change much. But it would be good to see Sazkozy put in all his plans in place and watching the French left squirm.
So ultimately its a win-win for me." - Andrew Ian Dodge

Prison Britain

In the British spy-spoof film Johnny English, John Malkovich’s character Pascal Sauvage schemed to become the next king so that he could turn Britain into an island prison. As ridiculous and implausible as the film’s plot seems, the fiction of Britain becoming a prison nation is getting closer to reality with each passing moment due to the continuing nightmare of New Labour (or the ‘Nulabs’ if you prefer) in high office.
Over the previous decade, the Nulabs have deliberately and gradually curtailed and stripped the civil liberties of the British people in a series of what can only be termed as salami slices. The Nulabs have reinterpreted pre-1997 legislation to be harsher than originally intended and imposed additional and further repressive measures such as biometric identity cards and the life-long retention of DNA samples from police suspects who have subsequently been cleared of any wrongdoing. The Nulabs have also targeted certain specific groups of people for repression, all on the pretext of either responding to public opinion or protecting the public from outside forces, internal malcontents and even themselves. The War on Terror has made Muslims and Arabs a premier target for the Nulabs with the introduction of greater powers of detention without trial and repressive control orders that play on the public’s otherwise understandable fears about the growth of Islamofascism. The young, like Arabs and Muslims are another easy target for the Nulabs due to the thuggery of a prominent minority, with the creation of ASBOs. Even those who have an autistic spectrum disorder such as Asperser’s Syndrome are to be treated as untrustworthy individuals who are almost genetically predisposed to be guilty of criminal conduct as is disgracefully implied by the Nulabs’ proposed new mental health legislation.
Now the elderly are the Nulabs’ latest target for increased state surveillance when the science minister argued for the old to be tagged like criminals to make it easier to find should some of them get lost outside their homes and family circles. This attitude towards our senior citizens is both arrogant and insensitive; it is in effect a call to criminalise old age and turn it into a social evil. How long will it be before the Nulabs bring in legislation to introduce compulsory euthanasia at 30 as occurred in the film Logan’s Run?
However, the biggest crime imaginable within the Nulabs’ prison nation is to have a private life. The biggest implication of the Nulabs’ assault on our civil liberties is the impending abolition of privacy. Identity cards, control orders, pre-emptive detention of autism sufferers, ABSOs and tagging the elderly are designed to allow the state to snoop in on and interfere in our lives because they both despise and cannot trust us to conform to the will of the political elite and do what they want us to do without the stick of compulsion. ASBOs are particularly repulsive because they have created another tier of criminal ‘law’ with lower, more arbitrary standards of proving guilt. Gossip is now given the same level of credibility as evidence and eyewitness testimony. The way ABSOs work is chillingly similar to how the Nazi Gestapo conducted itself during the era of the Third Reich in that the Gestapo acted primarily on the words of individuals who wanted to settle scores with a rival or adversary that they held ill will against. This and the Nulabs’ other actions against the British public are contrary to our traditions and principles such as the assumption of innocence until guilt is proved beyond reasonable doubt and the innate rights to privacy, to make our own decisions and live as we see fit so long as we are aware of the consequences of our actions.

Monday, April 23, 2007

The War Of The Machines

Kurt Angle VS RoboCop

R.I.P. Boris Yeltsin, February 1, 1931 – April 23, 2007

I have just read the news via Wikipedia that the former President of Russia Boris Yeltsin has died today from heart failure. Whatever his personal and political faults, Mr. Yeltsin understood how dangerous as well morally and economically bankrupt Soviet Stalinist-Marxism was on individual and collective lives not just within the Soviet Union, but on the international arena as well because the Evil Empire was a patron of countless evil and equally despotic regimes such as Cuba and North Korea to name but only two. Mr. Yeltsin completed what Ronald Reagan, the Blessed Margaret Thatcher and Yeltsin's old friend-turn-bitter rival Mikhail Gorbachev started by dissolving the U.S.S.R. and it's lingering threat to world stability.
Perhaps the most remarkable thing about Mr. Yeltsin's life is that he even lived as long as the seventy-six years that he enjoyed due to his infamous drink and health problems.
The most fitting epitaph for this paradox of a man should come from Mr. Gorbachev, who has stated that "I offer my deepest condolences to the family of a man on whose shoulders rested many great deeds for the good of the country and serious mistakes -- a tragic fate". The tragic fate that Mr. Gorbachev speaks of is that Mr. Yeltsin has replaced the tyranny of the Communist Party with the tyranny of the Russian Federation's current president, the Neo-Stalinist Vladimir Putin.

Persecution At University

I have just watched some footage from the videos and other media sent to NBC by the Virginia Tech Killer Cho Seung-Hui and it felt like looking into a mirror at myself. Whether Cho was correct or incorrect in his 'assessment' about the way he was treated by others, Cho clearly felt he was a victim of persecution as a result of his experiences. I can understand that feeling because I myself was persecuted at university by an unholy alliance of corrupt officials such as "Dirty" Barry Burnham and Jew-hating Stalinist gangsters; and like Cho, there were many a time where I wanted to gun down, stab and kill these people for what they did to me. However, there is one huge difference between Cho and myself; I held back from killing anyone because if I had done what Cho did, I would have become no better than those who I despised. I also held back because I wanted to create a better future for myself and if I had gone postal like Cho, I would have spent the rest of my life in jail, without a future and deservedly so.
What Cho Seung-Hui did was unforgivable and though I understand what he thought he was going through, I have no sympathy for him at all as a result of his evil actions.

Quote of the Day 23.4.2007

"If a Tory blacks up as Mandela at a fancy dress party it's secretly racist. If a comedian does it and pretends to be a drug dealer it's OK. It's a mad, mad world!" - Dizzy

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Quote of the Day 21.4.2007

"So, this toddler fighting lark. Popular is it?
Bloody shit thick amateurs, didn't even have the guile to try making some money off it..........." - The iLL Man

Touring A Scene Of Devastation

C4': Beam me back up NOW Scotty?!?

Friday, April 20, 2007

I'm Being Stalked By Guido Fawkes

Mr. Fawkes wrote this about me on Facebook:
"You dated for so long that you were practically married, and then broke up but you still get along great."
PARDON?!?

Quote of the Day 20.4.2007: The 400th Post

"Kenny Maclaren and Will Mylet for the Scottish National Party - Again just imagine how outraged Terry would be at an SNP win. I feel quite certain he'd turn a funny colour and violate a haggis on the Paisley High Street" - Clairwil about Terry Kelly on Terry Watch

Thursday, April 19, 2007

My Favourite YouTube Video

This great music video is a tribute to both the band Evanesence and the current NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Captain Charisma Christian Cage. The song is Evanesence's "My Last Breath".

Quotes of the Day 19.4.2007: A Message To Antonia Bance & Jo Salmon

"If someone believes the holocast didn't exist they are clearly bonkers, but does that mean they should be banned from articulating that view? Surely the best way to defeat such idiots is to expose their specious arguments? That's what you do in a free society." - Iain Dale
"Discussing the BNP but refusing to link to their site is in no way stifling free speech. It's their job to drum up publicity for their policies and get people interested in their website. It's not mine. Respecting free speech means letting the guy stand at Speakers' Corner and rant. It doesn't entail handing him a loudspeaker. (This is another reason why I'm against state funding of political parties.)" - Mr Eugenides

Nulab Want To Criminalise Old Age

Electronic tags should be used to keep tabs on the elderly, a Government minister has suggested.

Science minister Malcolm Wicks said devices normally used to track criminals could help families keep an eye on older relatives.

Mr Wicks said many families worried about elderly relatives or "what's happening about an 80 or 90-year-old who may have Alzheimer's", and using the technology could let them know their loved one was safe.

"Satellites currently monitor the planet in a variety of different ways," he said.

"I'm raising this as an issue for discussion. Are there other uses of technology that could benefit society?

"We've got an ageing population with many people frail and many suffering from dementia, including Alzheimer's."

He continued: "How can we get the balance right so that these people have the freedom to live their lives, to go out in the community and go shopping?"

Similar technology is used to "tag" and keep track of convicted criminals who have been released from prison.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Gunstar Super Heroes Footage

Here is some footage from Gunstar Super Heroes (also known as Gunstar Future Heroes) on the GBA. Enjoy!

I HATE The BBC!!!

Bloody lying, terrorist-loving, commie-supporting, Tory-hating, racist and atheist scumbags!

Activity seen near North Korea nuclear reactor

SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean intelligence official said on Wednesday that increased activity had been spotted at North Korea's nuclear reactor, which local media has said could suggest it is being closed down.
A U.S. official, however, said that Washington had not seen any sign North Korea had begun mothballing its Yongbyon nuclear plant -- source of weapons-grade plutonium -- as required under a February 13 disarmament agreement.
"We have seen unusual activity around the nuclear reactor so we are currently following and analysing this," said a National Intelligence Service official, who asked not to be named.
But he added the government did not conclude that this meant, as some local media reports had suggested, that Pyongyang was taking steps to finally shut down the reactor.
The Dong-A Ilbo daily earlier quoted intelligence sources as saying satellite photographs showed increased vehicle and personnel movements near the secretive state's reactor site.
The U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said news reports in South Korean media are "just not accurate ... We have seen no actions on the North Koreans' part that at this point leads us to believe they are fulfilling their part of the 60-day actions".
Under the February 13 agreement reached by the two Koreas, China, Japan, Russia and the United States, Pyongyang had until last Saturday to start the shutdown and invite back U.N. nuclear inspectors.
However, it has refused until it can access funds frozen for more than a year in a Macau bank.
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun said on Wednesday that the last-minute haggling over when North Korea will start closing the nuclear plant would be resolved.
"There were some unpredictable technical problems that have delayed implementation. Both sides are making efforts and those problems are almost resolved," Roh told a news conference.
"The delay will not nullify the agreement," he said.
South Korean officials went to Pyongyang for economic talks with the North, with Seoul indicating it could hold off on sending rice aid to its neighbour that battles chronic food shortages if Pyongyang does not start shutting the reactor.
South Korea cut off its regular food handouts after the North test fired missiles in July. The North stormed out of their last economic meeting shortly after that in anger over the aid cut.

And Now On The BBC Arabic Service....

"Derka Derka Muhammad Jihad!"

Paul Burgin In Laa Laa Land

Quote of the Day 18.4.2007

"No mention was made of major port towns like Belfast that would have nothing to do with the slave ships (which is why Peter Hain's recent apology on their behalf went down with Northern Irish people like a shit sandwich)." - Jackart on the film Amazing Grace and the abolition of the slave trade

What Do These Two Morons Have In Common With Each Other?

Please post your answers in the comments section

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

A Brief Lesson In History, Mathematics & Politics (It Is Not Boring, Trust Me!)

Fascism = Socialism
Stalinism = Soviet Fascism
The Political Centre Ground/The Middle Way/The Third Way = Fascism
Blair = Hitler
Brown = Stalin
Reid = Beria/Himmler
Alister Campbell = Martin Bormann
Mandelson = Goebbels
Prescott = Goring
Menzies Campbell = Chamberlain
Hague = Churchill

Quote of the Day 17.4.2007

"If he was a corporate CEO hiding debt off the books as he is, he would be looking at doing jail-time..." Guido Fawkes on "Mr. Recession" Comrade Gordon Stalin Brownface's mismanagement of the British Economy

Top Cat Exposes The DWP's Legal Recognition Of Polygamy

Monmouth Tory MP David Davies was astounded to discover recently that the Department for Work and Pensions recognises polygamous marriages that were conducted overseas.
In a guide to Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit, the department states that claimants in polygamous unions are entitled to "additional allowances for each additional partner".
"Polygamy is both demeaning to women and alien to this country's culture," Davies tells me.
"I find it extraordinary that the state is recognising and giving financial incentives to those marrying more than one woman.
"These payments should cease immediately and I'm tabling a series of parliamentary questions to get to the bottom of the matter.
"Foreigners who come to Britain should be prepared to fit in with British cultural attitudes - and they do not include acceptance of polygamy."
He adds: "I shouldn't think that gay civil partners from here who go to a strict Muslim country would be entitled to many privileges, so why should we go out of our way to accommodate those who come here with practices which are alien to us?"
The analogy (gay polygamy?) momentarily escapes me, but it sounds like Mr Davies is on to something.

Labour Blogger Paul Burgin Condemns Gordon Stalin Brownface's Leadership Skills

Paul Burgin of the Mars Hill blog last night condemned his friend Comrade Gordon Stalin Brownface's future success (or lack of it) as Prime Minister/Chairman of the Presidium/First Secretary on 18 Doughty Street's Blogger TV by comparing him to Traitor Edward Heath.

Big Brother!

I wrote the following piece just over a year ago, so it is a little dated. Yet, it should give you all an idea of why I idolise Kurt Angle.
Some months ago, I auditioned in Cardiff for Big Brother 7 and during the process of filling out my extended application form I was struck by one particular question. The question asked me to name just one person past or present I would like to meet and why. Although I thought of writing down Churchill, FDR and Nelson Mandela, one name was more prominent than any other in my mind and it did not take long for me to write that name – Kurt Steven Angle.
Why Kurt Angle? The answer is simple; Angle is a brave, caring, considerate and self-sacrificing family man who has done it all. There is not enough space in just a single column to do this man proper justice. Those who follow amateur freestyle wrestling and/or the crazy soap-opera world of prowrestling will know why Angle is so special. Yet as great and complete an athlete and entertainer Angle the performer is, it is Angle the man that I admire the most. During the course of his life, Angle has had to overcome personal tragedies, injuries that would have held back, crippled or even killed lesser people, false allegations and other obstacles to first conquer the world of amateur wresting, winning consecutive World and Olympic gold medals before becoming a six-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Heavyweight Champion.
No one will forget Wrestle Mania XIX, when Angle literally risked his life to wrestle Brock Lesnar in the main event, nor his Iron Man Match with Lesnar when Angle was mourning his deceased sister or his epics with Shawn Michaels and the late great Eddie Guerrero. Every time Angle wrestles, he is risking paralysis and death, but he perseveres because of his love for the business and his honest, noble desire to give the fans that made him a superstar value for money. Like all of us, Angle is not perfect and has his shortcomings, but if being stubborn about always giving your very best in your profession is wrong, who wants to be right? The world needs more Kurt Angles, but there is only one and we should all treasure him and follow his example.
Even though I have never met him, Kurt Angle is more than just a role model, he is like a big brother that I never had! That is one of the highest complements I can pay to anyone, it’s true! It’s damn true!

The pound hits two US dollars mark

The pound has hit the two US dollars mark for the first time since September 1992.
The prospect of higher interest rates in UK, following Tuesday's stronger than expected inflation figures, caused the spike.
Sterling, which has strengthened in the face of weaker growth expectations in the United States, was last at the two dollars level just before it was ejected from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992.

Inflation rise forces explanation

The cost of living has risen at its fastest rate for at least 10 years, forcing the Governor of the Bank of England to write a letter of explanation to the Chancellor for the first time.
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI), the official measure of inflation, rose to 3.1% last month, more than 1% above the Government's target for inflation.
Governor Mervyn King has to write an open letter to Gordon Brown if CPI hits more than 1% above or below the 2% target.
Tuesday's figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are higher than expected by the market and will reinforce fears of a further interest rate rise by the Bank of England next month.
The Bank's Monetary Policy Committee was widely expected to raise rates in April and economists have said borrowers were given a narrow reprieve when the bank base rate was kept on hold at 5.25%.
The rate of inflation measured by CPI has not been as high as 3.1% since records began in 1997.
The data from the ONS also showed that the Retail Prices Index (RPI), which is often seen as a more representative measure of inflation as it includes housing costs, rose by 4.8%, up from 4.6% in February - a 15-year record high.
The ONS said the CPI rate of inflation was driven up largely by the rising cost of food and non-alcoholic drinks, with milk prices soaring by more than 2% in March compared with a fall of 8% last year.
Higher petrol prices also put upward pressure on the cost of living, rising by 2.5p per litre in March as crude oil prices increased to around 64 US dollars a barrel.
The RPI, meanwhile, was pushed up by higher prices of household goods and furniture, in particular electrical appliances.
So Much For Comrade Gordon Stalin Brownface being an economic genius!

Monday, April 16, 2007

Ditch Evil European Empire constitution, says Adolf Blair

The European Union should ditch plans for a constitution, Prime Minister Tony Blair has said.
Instead, reforms to make the expanded Europe of 27 nations more effective should be included in a conventional treaty, of the kind that has been seen many times in the Union's 50-year history.
Speaking at 10 Downing Street, following talks with Dutch prime minister Jan Peter Balkenende, Mr Blair gave his backing to a Dutch proposal for an "amending treaty".
Mr Balkenende said the change might free some EU governments from the commitment they have made to hold referendums on the constitutional treaty, which was given a resounding thumbs-down by voters in France and the Netherlands in 2005.
But Mr Blair insisted that it was not simply a question of removing the word "constitution" from the document's title. An amending treaty should contain only those elements needed to make the EU work better and not measures which led to fears of a Brussels-run superstate. "It is important we go back to the idea of a conventional treaty where the idea is to make Europe more effective, work more effectively, because we now have a Europe of 27 countries rather than 15," said Mr Blair.
EU leaders gathering in Germany in June should "go back to that idea of a conventional amending treaty rather than a treaty with the characteristics of a constitution", said Mr Blair.
Some 18 countries have already ratified the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe agreed by EU political leaders in 2004. But Mr Blair suggested several of the other EU states will face difficulties securing their voters' approval for the constitution if it is revived by Germany, the current holders of the European Presidency.
It was time to end the uncertainty over the constitution which was diverting the EU's attention away from the key issues preoccupying ordinary people, such as the economy, climate change and organised crime.
"I think the important thing is that if we want to get this resolved, then we have to understand that even though there are 18 of the countries that have ratified the constitutional treaty, there are other countries that really will have a difficulty with a constitutional treaty rather than a treaty, say, in the tradition of the treaty that we negotiated in Amsterdam some 10 years ago," said Mr Blair.
Mr Blair declined to discuss precisely what elements of the constitution he would like to see retained in a new treaty, saying that this should be a matter for discussion and negotiations with fellow EU states. But Mr Balkenende suggested that an amending treaty could include measures to make clear the division of powers between Brussels and member-states, as well as strengthening the role of national parliaments and setting out the rules for further enlargement of the EU.

Nulab's mental health reforms are 'deeply flawed'

Mental health reforms could see some people with personality disorders locked up unnecessarily, campaigners have warned.
MPs are debating controversial revisions to mental health legislation in the Commons later.
Under the plans, some mentally ill people may be jailed if they are deemed a threat to society.
Campaign group Mind warned that Mental Health Bill was deeply flawed and could put patients off from seeking help.
Under the proposed laws some psychiatric patients discharged from hospital will be subject to community treatment orders (CTOs) which make care and treatment compulsory.
Those undergoing supervised community treatment will have to comply with a specified regime which campaigners say will place unnecessary restrictions on their civil liberties.
Sophie Corlett, Mind policy director, said: "The claim that supervised community treatment will help people get the treatment they need is, at best, misleading.
"People are routinely turned away from over-stretched mental health services, even when they're desperately seeking help, and no amount of legislation will change this.
"Only if the Government invested properly in mental health - in assertive outreach teams, in psychotherapists, in inpatient care, and in anti-stigma campaigns, everything that experts say is essential - might we expect people to get the help they need.
"Instead, they are ploughing ahead with a Mental Health Bill that will harm rather than help patients.
"By scaring the most vulnerable away from seeking help, this legislation risks endangering patients."

Quote of the Day 16.4.2007

"Suddenly, Mr Brown looks as if he is cut from the same cloth as the rest of this deceitful shower. But he, at least, has known all along what he wanted to achieve in office: the redistribution of wealth, not from the rich to the poor but from the people to the state, and a shift of power from the private individual to central government." - Janet Daley on Gordon Stalin Brown

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Russian police arrest 170 anti-Kremlin protesters

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian police detained at least 170 people, including chess champion Garry Kasparov, on Saturday as they snuffed out an attempt by opponents of President Vladimir Putin to protest near the Kremlin.
Activists had planned to gather at a city centre square about one km (half a mile) from the Kremlin to protest at what they say is Putin's trampling of democratic freedoms and demand a fair vote to choose a new president in 2008.
Teams of riot police, acting on a ruling from the city authorities banning the protest, pounced on protesters as they appeared in small groups near the square and swiftly loaded them into buses, Reuters witnesses said.
"The authorities are afraid of their own citizens and they do not want citizens to influence what is happening in the country," Mikhail Kasyanov, a leader of the Other Russia opposition coalition that organised the protest, told Reuters.
"On the eve of the elections ... of course the authorities are terribly scared of this and today's excessive actions by the police (are proof of that)," said Kasyanov, a former prime minister under Putin.
An aide to Kasparov, also an Other Russia leader, confirmed the former chess grandmaster was among those detained. A police source said he was likely to be charged with incitement to violence.
Later, small groups of protesters gathered at another square a few kilometres away waving Russian flags and roses and shouting "Russia without Putin." Police dispersed them and a Reuters reporter saw several being led away to police vans.
The protesters have marginal influence in Russia. The vast majority of voters back Putin, who has overseen rising incomes and political stability. But Kremlin loyalists say the protesters are dangerous extremists plotting a revolution.
The protest came a day after Russian multi-millionaire Boris Berezovsky said in a newspaper interview from his London base that he was fomenting revolution in Russia. The protest organisers distanced themselves from Berezovsky.
"Thanks to the well-co-ordinated actions of the riot police and Moscow police, we were able to prevent an illegal gathering being carried out," said Moscow police chief spokesman Viktor Biryukov.
"Police acted in a proportionate way ... and strictly in accordance with the law. As of 1:30 p.m. (0930 GMT), about 170 people have been held, these were the most aggressive participants in the unauthorised actions."
Four Reuters journalists -- two photographers and two camera crew -- were detained as they covered the clashes. All four were later released without charge.
Police said they had mobilised 9,000 officers around the centre of Moscow on Saturday to keep order.
There was a massive security presence around the square, in the shadow of a statue to poet Alexander Pushkin, where the protesters had planned to congregate.
At least a thousand police could be seen in the square and on the streets leading into it. A water cannon truck and several police trucks were stationed on the street leading from the square to the Kremlin.

A Message To The British National Party

Come and have a go if you think you are hard enough!

The Parting Of The Ways

So Prince William and Kate Middleton have parted company. To be fair to both the press and the army, William's boozing and flirting with other women probably both played their part in the break up. William's time with the army will likely help him get over this development quicker than Ms. Middleton. As for Ms. Middleton, it is better to get out of her relationship with William now before she ended up like William's late mother.

Friday, April 13, 2007

Proof Of Kurt Angle's Greatness

He'll make your ankle hurt!

Quote of the Day 13.4.2007

“Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.” - Ronald Reagan

British army in Cyprus arrests MEP

NICOSIA (Reuters) - British military authorities in Cyprus arrested a member of the European Parliament on Thursday, triggering a Cypriot government protest to Britain, its former colonial ruler.
Marios Matsakis, an MEP for Cyprus, was arrested for offences the army said he had committed on British military territory on the island last year. He refused to pay bail and was spending the night in a jail cell, witnesses said.
"The Foreign Ministry has made strong representations demanding his immediate release," said Christodoulos Pashiardis, a spokesman for the Cypriot government.
Britain has kept two military bases on Cyprus since giving the east Mediterranean island independence in 1960.
In London, a Ministry of Defence spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that a man was today arrested by police within the sovereign base area on Cyprus in connection with outstanding warrants relating to alleged acts of criminal damage."
Matsakis has refused to recognise British jurisdiction over the bases, a territory of about 98 square miles (157 km) separated into two compounds on Cyprus's southern coast.
Previous attempts to arrest Matsakis triggered riots at the British bases in 2000. Then a member of the Cypriot parliament, he was protesting against the erection of large surveillance antennae that he maintained were a health risk to local residents.
He was arrested on Thursday when he took a group of MEPs to the area.

Berezovsky says planning Russian revolution

LONDON (Reuters) - Russian billionaire Boris Berezovsky said he is planning a revolution in Russia to topple President Vladimir Putin, in comments published on Friday.
"We need to use force to change this regime," Berezovsky, who has received asylum in Britain, told the Guardian.
"It isn't possible to change this regime through democratic means. There can be no change without force, pressure."
Asked if he was fomenting a revolution, he said: "You are absolutely correct."
Berezovsky, a vocal critic of Putin, said he was in contact with members of Russia's political elite.
He said these people -- who he did not name because, he said, that would endanger their lives -- shared his opinion that Putin was eroding democratic reforms, centralising power and infringing Russia's constitution, according to the Guardian.
"There is no chance of regime change through democratic elections," Berezovsky said.
"If one part of the political elite disagrees with another part of the political elite -- that is the only way in Russia to change the regime. I try to move that."
The businessman said he was offering his "experience and ideology" to his contacts, adding: "There are also practical steps which I am doing now, and mostly it is financial."
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov condemned the comments as a criminal offence and hoped they would prompt questions about Berezovsky's refugee status in Britain, the Guardian said.
"In accordance with our legislation (his remarks are) being treated as a crime. It will cause some questions from the British authorities to Mr Berezovsky," Peskov was quoted as saying. "We want to believe that official London will never grant asylum to someone who wants to use force to change the regime in Russia."
Last month, Berezovsky met Russian investigators in London to answer questions over the killing of ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko. He has also launched a $500,000 (252,311 pounds) foundation in honour of Litvinenko who was poisoned and died in London last November.

Has BBC Journalist Alan Johnson Really Been Abducted?

Think about it?!? If I were a Middle Eastern terrorist and killer, wouldn't I have posted a video on the internet showing Mr. Johnson in captivity or being killed by now? Wouldn't I have made some demands in exchange for Mr. Johnson's life and liberty? We all ASSUME that Alan Johnson has been kidnapped based on prior experience of this soft of thing happening in the Gaza strip, but we as yet do not have proof that Mr. Johnson was kidnapped. It is quite plausible that Mr. Johnson has done a runner because he is depressed or has a secret family or lost his memory, who knows?!?

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Taz In His Prime

Beat him if you can, survive if he lets you!

Scott Steiner Is My Hook Up!

Big Poppa Pump is still a masterful orator.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

The Perfect Way To Deal With Youth Crime

We should deport our young criminals to the Middle East for some rough justice. These youngsters wouldn't be so cocky anymore after being confronted by Islamic fundamentalists and their brand of corporal punishment!

BNP Member Is Pro-Israeli SHOCKER (?!?)

I have just looked at the blog of a BNP member and was shocked to see that the idiot in question supports the State of Israel (apparently)! Considering that both Judaism and Islam share the same Supreme Being (as do Christians such as myself) and the Jews and Arab are both Semitic peoples, you can cut the hypocrisy of that particular fascist scumbag with a knife. You don't fool me Green Arrow!

Political Correctness Continues To Hamper Social Mobility

Bright pupils from poor homes achieve significantly higher grades at grammar schools than comprehensives, a study has found.
The benefits are equivalent to the average youngster turning eight Bs at GCSE into eight As.
And the effects were not just evident among the most disadvantaged.
All children in the top quarter of the ability range did better at grammars than comprehensives - boosting their results by four grades on average.
The study concluded that if social background were not a factor, a selective system would not disadvantage those who did not attend grammar schools.
Professor Paul Gregg, who led study, said: "If you could re-engineer the system so the affluent were not segregated into grammar schools and the poor into the remainder, the
grammar school system would be positive overall.
"You could achieve a situation where pupils at secondary moderns are doing no worse than their equivalents in comprehensives and the bright - and particularly the bright poor - do better."
The study, carried out by Bristol University, points to the failure of the 1960s comprehensive experiment, which abolished grammar schools in the hope of improving the prospects of working-class children.
Labour intended comprehensives to be the engines of social mobility but the research shows it is actually grammar schools which provide a sure-fire route to success for the poorest youngsters.
The study, presented at the Royal Economic Society's annual conference at Warwick University, found disadvantaged pupils had to break the middle- class stranglehold on grammars before benefiting. Poor children are only half as likely as their more affluent peers to gain places at selective schools, even if they are just as bright.
The researchers attributed the "massive under-representation" of poor children at grammars to the keenness of middle-class parents to get their children into the best schools.
The more affluent also had more cash to spend on tuition for the 11-plus exam and were more likely to put their children forward for it.
The researchers suggested the imbalance would be corrected if all bright pupils were entered into the 11-plus by their primary schools - as used to happen.
The study compared 19 local education authorities which have retained the 11-plus with similar areas relying on comprehensives.
Using Government data, they analysed pupils' results in tests at age 11 and their GCSE results five years on. The researchers found there were "significant benefits to the elite 25 per cent who attend grammar schools and a small degree of detriment to the other 75 per cent".
The findings will reignite the debate over selective education, which has been so discouraged in Britain that only 164 grammar schools remain.
Laws passed by the Government outlaw the introduction of further selection.
But the latest figures reveal existing grammars are teaching a fifth more pupils than a decade ago because of strong demand.
Brian Wills-Pope, chairman of the National Grammar Schools Association, said: "The findings should send a message to ministers that if they want to raise standards then selection should be welcomed."
He added: "Grammar schools have no bias against working-class children - they go for the brightest children.
Source: Daily Mail