Saturday, September 29, 2007

Thank You Everyone

In good news, I would like to thank everyone voted for this blog as Britain's 216th best political blog out of the top 500. I would especially like to thank FIDO The Dog, Shotgun, Prague Tory and Jackart for their words of encouragement over the past year.

To celebrate my new-found status as a top blogger, here is another music video of my hero and role model Kurt Steven Angle.

C4' To Make An Personal Annoucement Soon

I have been sitting on this news for over a week now and I will continue to be so until the middle of next week. All I will say at this point folks is that you might want to hold your nose and consider purchasing that ghastly Polly Toynbee rag, The Guardian next weekend.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

26.9.2007 - The Day We Lost The Next General Election

This statement by Iain Dale was our declaration of surrender:
As much as I despise Adolf Blair and Gordon McStalin, they cannot be blamed for this development. The real reason for this development is the rise of Communist China's economy, which is currently growing at over 11% a quarter due to cheap labour costs and massive inward investment. Let us also not forget that China is still a developing country and that the total population of that country stands at around 1.5 BILLION people compared to only the 60 million that live in developed-world Britain.
Iain Dale (whose reputation as a serious political blogger has already been damaged by his hopelessly over-optimistic predictions about Conservative success at the Earling Southall by-election, his sycophantic courting of David "Heir To Adolf Blair" Cameron The Cuntarse in return for a safe parliamentary seat at the next general election and his lack of a thick-skin when it comes to satire about himself from other bloggers) has killed his own credibility as an analyst with such a feeble and ill-researched line of attack on McStalin's economic record. Not only that, he has also in effect, held up and waved the white flag of surrender to a gloating Labour party at the next general election on behalf of the Tories. If I were David Davis and Herr Dale were still my Chief of Staff, I would sack him for his incompetence.
And to think that this man was recently voted as Britain's top right-wing blogger. Maybe the right-wing blogosphere isn't in such rude health as Herr Nice But DimsDale claims?!?

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Quote of the Day 25.9.2007

I'm Driving Terry Kelly Insane

David Mini-Blair rejects EU referendum call

Foreign Secretary David Miliband has faced down demands for a referendum on the new EU Reform Treaty and defended the importance of the European Union to Britain.
Mr Miliband was speaking at the Labour conference in Bournemouth taking place against a backdrop of increasingly insistent demands for a referendum from opposition parties and parts of the press.
He insisted the treaty agreed in Brussels in June did not contain the kind of fundamental constitutional changes which would require a national vote of the kind promised by Tony Blair on the previous Constitutional Treaty.
And he warned that any further wrangling over reform of the EU's structures would lead to years of "institutional navel-gazing" which would distract the bloc from the challenges facing it.
Mr Miliband said eight members of the Conservative shadow cabinet voted against a referendum on the Maastricht Treaty in 1992.
"The EU, for all the attacks on it, is one institution we need today," he said.
"The European Arrest Warrant snared the July 21 bomber. European commitments are leading the fight against climate change.
"Europe needs to look out, not in, to the problems beyond its borders that define insecurity within our borders. It doesn't need institutional navel-gazing and that is why the Reform Treaty abandons constitutional reform and offers clear protections for national sovereignty.
"It should be studied and passed by Parliament. And to every Tory MP we should say: There are eight members of your shadow cabinet who voted against a referendum on the Maastricht Treaty in 1992.
"Europe has divided them for 15 years and it's not going to divide us."
Just like his mentor Adolf Blair, David Mini-Blair is a shameless liar and fascist cunt.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Quote of the Day 24.9.2007

Caption Competition

Dear Alisher Usmanov

Fuck You Arsehole!!!

Elfyn Llwyd Is A Stalinist Dinosaur

Here is my most recent letter to the Western Mail newspaper:
SIR – Elfyn Llwyd showed his true authoritarian colours when he called for David Cameron to punish David Davies for expressing an opinion that Mr. Llwyd doesn’t share. It seems that this Stalinist dinosaur and his colleagues only believe in freedom of speech for those that agree with themselves. His assertion that Mr. Davies and Alun Cairns don’t regard their service in the Assembly as a privilege smacks of factual disassociation considering his own party’s One Wales coalition partners have treated Wales as their own private fiefdom for over seventy years. It is the opinion of a sizeable number of others and myself that the longer that we the Welsh persist with the cruel, failed and discredited social-political-economic ideology of socialism, the further Wales will fall behind the rest of the developed world. The attitudes of Mr. Llwyd and his supporters only vindicate Mr. Davies’ fears of Wales becoming a Neo-Soviet state.
C4' B.A. (Hons.)

Friday, September 21, 2007

Quote of the Day 21.9.2007

"[Y]ou're a bad angry man for sure, quite scary. - sometimes your wit is dazzling too." - Cllr Terry Kelly about yours truly

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Terry Kelly Declares War On The Royal Family

Quote of the Day 20.9.2007

"You describe yourself on the "Liberal" left. You aren't liberal. You're a closed-minded authoritarian lefty who thinks he's right-on because you only hang out with equally statist, unthinking consensus-minded pinkos who all agree that being rich or Conservative means you eat babies. You think that any opinons which don't fit into your limited frame of reference are automatically "wrong" and held by "right-wing" people who can all be lumped into one mass and considered evil - your refusal to discriminate between the Daily-Mail and Libertarian viewpoints is a case in point. Just because you can simultaneously accept the valid points made by the People's Front of Judea and the Judean Peoples's Front (Official) doesn't make you open minded. You need to accept that of the Romans too." - Jackart about Sunny Hundal

Terry Kelly Declares War On The Mormons

This is a bit old, but it is typical of our 'hero' Councillor Terry Kelly:
"A PAISLEY councillor has launched an astonishing attack on the Mormon religion, dubbing its members "morons" and "buffoons."
Terry Kelly also said he hopes God will "visit a plague of boils and locusts" on them.
Mr Kelly, who is the Labour Party member for Ferguslie, launched the tirade against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on his website.
He calls the US Mormon Brigham Young University "repugnant."And the councillor even attempts to crack a joke about the young Mormon missionaries often seen at work on Paisley's streets.
He writes: "What do you call two young, well dressed, crop headed Yanks walking around a Scottish housing estate?
"Quick the Mormons are in the street, shut the curtain, don't answer the door, and let the dug oot."
Mr Kelly also launches an attack on Mormon MSP Brian Adam.
He alleges: "The SNP and the fundamentalist religious dinosaurs is a story which refuses to go away ... now we find out that the SNP are up to their elbows in (it) with the repugnant Brigham Young University in Utah, USA, better known to us of course as the Mormons.
"Card carrying Mormon and SNP MSP Brian Adam has been instrumental in bringing these Moron students to work as "Interns" at Holyrood for SNP MSPs."
He adds: "The deeds that are done and the poison which is spread in the name of Christ drives me to despair.
"I say to Mr Adam and the Moron religion, gentle Jesus would not touch you with a barge pole, I hope the Lord will visit a plague of boils and locusts on the lot of you.
"If you are black and gay the Moron Church will pray to have the warmest corner of hell saved for you."
And in an apparent reference to Jesus, Mr Kelly adds: "Oh! And by the way what do these Christian buffoons reckon the chances of an acceptance to B.Y.U. would be for a 33-year-old male who still lives with his mammy and has only ever had men friends (12 of them), one called John whom he loved " I think Mr Adam and the Morons should let us know."
Douglas Yates, publicity officer for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Paisley, expressed his shock and disgust at Mr Kellyundefineds attack on his religion.
He said: "It is extremely disappointing to see Councillor Kelly's negative views of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its members on his website.
"His repeated use of offensive language to denigrate the Church and its members can be construed as religious bigotry.
"Councillor Kelly is also factually incorrect in his assertions."However, the Gospel of Jesus Christ teaches us that we should love our enemies, so we will bear no ill will towards Councillor Kelly, but hope that he will remember that he represents a section of the population where there are many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints residing, some of whom may have voted for him at the last local authority election.
"Why Councillor Kelly should have such a jaundiced view of the Church and its members only he will know, but it is worth reflecting that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been in Scotland since 1840 with its very first congregation established in Paisley in May, 1840.
"Latter-day Saints are taught to be law-abiding, community serving, alcohol and drug abstaining, productive members of their community.
"If Councillor Kelly were to have had any dealings with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints he would soon be disabused of the notions he espouses.
"When contacted by the Paisley Daily Express, Mr Kelly dismissed the comments on his website as a "joke."
He said: "It was tongue in cheek. It was meant to be funny."
But he added: "I don't like the Mormon Church and what it stands for."He added he deplored what he alleged was the church's hostility towards black people and homosexuals.
"But I would be happy to talk to Douglas Yates."
Brian Adam said he did not wish to comment on Mr Kelly's remarks.
But he added: "The public will make their own judgment about Mr Kelly's intemperate and inaccurate views.
"Since being contacted by the Paisley Daily Express about the website article, Mr Kelly added a preface to it saying that he would be removing it "shortly."
He writes: "Having spoken to colleagues I am persuaded that the way it's written could allow those whom I criticise to muddy the waters by turning the argument into a debate about my character and thereby avoid the serious issues that I raise."
He also pointed out that the views expressed were entirely his own, and not those of the Labour Party or Renfrewshire Council."
I have no love for the Mormons, but in this case they have my backing against that racist, homophobic socialist imbecile and hypocrite. I also admire the way that the Mormons declined to lower themselves to El Tel's primitive style of argument.

Memo To McStalin: Sack Harperson

The Leader of the House of Commons, Minister for Women and Deputy Leader of the Labour party Harriet "Harperson" Harman has found guilty of speeding for a second time in just two years after pleading guilty via post. When a government minister and lawmaker breaks the nation's laws, particularly when some of these laws concern public safety on the roads, then it is the duty of the offender to resign from their government office or their superiors' duty to dismiss if they will not resign of their own accord. Neither has happened in this case, which is an absolute disgrace. Far from being tough on crime and it's causes, not only do Harperson and her boss both seem to think that they are above the law, but these nasty authoritarian hypocrites also think that they have a right to penalise others more severely for identical offences. No wonder public confidence in our politicians is at an all-time low.

God sued over pestilence and terror

WASHINGTON (AFP) - A court in Nebraska is being asked to cast judgement on the ultimate judge -- God.
State lawmaker Ernie Chambers filed a lawsuit Friday against the Almighty -- acknowledging he/she goes by numerous aliases -- for causing "fearsome floods, egregious earthquakes, horrendous hurricanes, terrifying tornadoes, pestilential plagues" and other alliterative catastrophes.
The suit, Chambers vs God, asks the court for a "permanent injunction ordering defendant (God) to cease certain harmful activities and the making of terrorist threats" which affect innumerable persons, including Chambers's constituents.
It asserts that God is "the admitted perpetrator" of such acts and said that God's omnipresence gives the local Douglas County District Court jurisdiction in the suit, adding that God's omniscience eliminates the need to issue a formal notice of the lawsuit.
Chambers told local media he filed the suit to make a point about frivolous lawsuits frequently seen in US courts, citing a recent one against a judge.
He asked the court to award him an unspecified summary judgment against God, or, in the alternative, issue a permanent injunction against God engaging in the damaging acts cited in the filing.
Neither God nor his/her spokespersons could be contacted for comment.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

STFU Kerry Katonia

The last thing the McCann family needs is for some women who endangered the lives of her young girls and her unborn child with her cocaine habit to get on her moral high horse about how she would have dealt with the same situation the McCanns find themselves in if she had been in their place.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Quote of the Day 18.9.2007

"The difference between Terry [Kelly] and Henry [Crun]? One of them has authenticity and first hand experience.
The other wore a pin badge so fellow communists could recognise him in the street." - Right For Scotland about Apartheid South Africa

Monday, September 17, 2007

Adolf Blair Brings More Chaos To The Middle-East

I bet the Iranians just love him for doing their dirty work for them. Blair The Antichrist always wanted to be just like his Austrian hero Herr Hitler.

Quote of the Day 17.9.2007

"God forbid that a well-educated man govern the country instead of an illiterate, ill-educated, cloth-capped working-class socialist snob and sock-puppet such as [Gordon] Brown, [Bob] Piper, [Dave] Lambert and yourself." - C4' B.A. (Hons.) to young Master Aaron Heath (age 13)

Madeleine McCann's Killer?

Saturday, September 15, 2007

China frees New York Times reporter

BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese journalist jailed while working for the New York Times was released on Saturday, ending a controversial prison term that highlighted the country's tough media controls.
Zhao Yan, looking noticeably thinner, was greeted by a small group of family and friends, including his daughter and sister, when he emerged from prison.
"These three years I have missed my family very much, especially my maternal grandmother, who is now more than 100 years old," Zhao said in a written statement.
"For that reason, I want some time to reunite with my family. After a short time, I hope to see many other friends and members of the media," Zhao said.
He added that he planned to make a longer statement expressing his views in the near future.
Zhao, who reported on official abuses, was sentenced to three years in prison for fraud in August 2006 -- a charge he denied.
He was detained in 2004 on accusations that included leaking state secrets after the Times reported former president Jiang Zemin was likely to give up his post as chairman of the Central Military Commission, which Jiang did shortly afterwards.
Zhao was accused of telling the newspaper about claims of rivalry between Jiang and his successor Hu Jintao. The Times has said the charge was groundless.
"We have said all along that Zhao Yan is an honourable, hard-working reporter whose only offence seems to have been practising journalism," Bill Keller, executive editor of the Times, said in a statement.
"It is our expectation that Zhao Yan, having served his full three-year term, will now be able to resume his life and return to his chosen profession without restrictions."
Reporters Without Borders, a Paris-based group that campaigns against media restrictions, said on Friday Zhao should have all his rights restored, including the right to work as a journalist.
China holds 35 journalists and 51 cyber-dissidents in prison "just for exercising their right to inform", the group said.
Zhao, an ex-cop with the gruff twang of a northeast China native, joined the Times Beijing office in 2004, after working as an investigative journalist for Chinese publications, mixing exposes of corruption and rural suffering with rights advocacy.
His case became the focus of intense campaigning by international human rights groups, which said he was a victim of the ruling Communist Party's capricious use of secrecy laws to stifle news. Senior U.S. diplomats also urged his release.
That pressure may have encouraged a Beijing court to unexpectedly reject the state secrets charge against Zhao, which would have attracted a sentence of 10 years or longer.
The court did find Zhao guilty of fraud, saying he took 20,000 yuan (1,326 pounds) from a village official in 2001 on the unfulfilled promise of helping the official avoid "labour re-education" -- a form of imprisonment.
The Foreign Correspondents' Club of China urged Chinese authorities to bring the country's state secrets and national security legislation in line with international norms.
It said in a statement that Zhao's case, along with the conviction of Ching Cheong, a Hong Kong-based correspondent for Singapore's Straits Times, on espionage charges had alarmed many China-based foreign correspondents.
"Zhao's case has highlighted the problem of harassment and intimidation of journalists in China.
We hope his release will mark the beginning of the end for such practices, which are not in keeping with China's aspirations, nor the world's expectations of an Olympic host," the group said.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

English language campaigners blast public signs

LONDON (AFP) - Campaigners for the English language on Thursday attacked a growing tendency for "obvious" public information posters, such as a police sign urging people: "Don't Commit Crime."
Other examples highlighted by the Plain English Campaign -- which fights for the effective use of English -- include "Warning: Platform ends here" on the end of rail station platforms, and "May cause drowsiness" on sleeping pills.
"It's a phenomenon we noticed in recent years -- a kind of talking in a vacuum. There are so many examples," said a spokesman, citing notably packets of nuts labelled "Warning: contains nuts."
"The 'best' one I have come across was a sign reading 'Caution: water on road during rain'.
"They assume a lack of intelligence on the part of the reader. 'Do not commit crime. Pay for your fuel' is hardly a deterrent to a criminal who has every intention of driving off without paying."
Hertfordshire Police said the "Don't Commit Crime" sign was part of a campaign aimed at stopping motorists driving away from petrol stations without paying for fuel.
"If stating the obvious helps to reduce crime or has any impact at all we will do it," said a spokeswoman. "We are not saying it is going to stop hardened criminals, but it may make someone who is nervous think twice."
The Plain English Campaign cited other examples including:
-- "May irritate eyes" -- on a can of self-defence pepper spray;
-- "Do not open door while airborne except in emergency" -- on emergency exit doors in planes;
-- "Removing the wheel can influence the performance of the bicycle" -- from a Dutch bicycle manual;
-- "Do not iron clothes on body" -- from packaging on a steam iron.
Supermarket Tesco -- which also warns shoppers that cream contains milk and that salted butter contains milk and salt -- defended itself, saying it gave customers "all the possible information they should need."
The Plain English Campaign said politicians were also guilty of the trend.
"Politicians declaring 'We are taking the terrorist threat very seriously', or 'We are committed to improving the health service' is just rhetoric," he said.
He added: "Our advice would be say what you need to plainly and simply then stop. If nothing needs to be said, say nothing."
Political Correctness - Infantilise you, insulting your intelligence and stealing your freedom since 1917.
Hertfordshire Police should be ashamed of itself for such a blatant waste of taxpayers money.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Sir Alex Ferguson Assaulted By Yob At Train Station

"Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was assaulted by a random attacker at a train station on Monday.
The Scot was allegedly kicked in the shins by his assailant at Euston station in London after having travelled down to the capital to attend a function in the evening.
Following the attack, Ferguson alerted British Transport Police officers at the station who made an arrest.
The 65-year-old was not badly injured and was able to attend his function as planned.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested and charged with actual bodily harm, assault and a public order offence."
Whether you love or loath the man (I personally love him - despite his politics), there no excuse for what was a cowardly and unproved attack on a 65-year-old man, especially one as talented and respected as Sir Alex Ferguson. I'm sure that Fergie will take the attack in his stride and have his team take out his anger on the next side United play against.

Quote of the Day 12.9.2007: Terry Kelly Fact #17

"Terry Kelly coined the phrase "I could eat a horse" after he ate every last unicorn in existence!" - Steven Marwick

Police 'too afraid of criticism to solve crimes' says senior officer

LONDON (AFP) - The police have become so cautious and fearful of being criticised that they no longer use their own judgement to solve 'genuine' crimes, according to a hard-hitting report by a senior police chief.
The government-commissioned report from Ronnie Flanagan, the Chief Inspector of Constabulary, set out a wide range of proposals Wednesday to cut bureaucracy and improve neighbourhood policing in England and Wales.
In it, Flanagan said there is too much emphasis on recording and investigating minor crimes that the police fail to tackle the major crimes and deliver a good service to the local community.
The police chief urged the government and the criminal justice system to refocus on serious crime and other issues which matter to local communities.
"We risk diverting officers' priorities to recording crimes rather than getting out on the streets solving them and preventing them," he said.
"A more risk-averse society has led to a more risk-averse police service, which will at times over-record and under-deliver for fear of missing something or being vulnerable to criticism," he said.
Recommendations in the report include:
-- Allowing volunteers to become police community support officers on an unpaid basis to contribute to their communities.
-- Setting up "virtual courts" which allow offenders to be dealt with by magistrates by video link from police stations.
-- Speeding up adoption of mobile data technology such as palm-top computers.
-- Setting a target across the criminal justice system to cut red tape.
-- Encouraging Home Office agencies and other police groups to devise a set of standardised incident forms which could then be used across England and Wales.
-- Giving greater recognition to police officers who choose to stay in neighbourhood teams.
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith agreed that wide scale changes were needed to make police "more effective" at fighting crime.
"Sir Ronnie's report sets out some clear steps to cut red tape and make the job of every police officer more effective in the fight against crime.
"Freeing up police time to devote to the frontline and to neighbourhood policing will make a real difference to every community," she said.
"Just from his proposal on case file management, we could save 400,000 hours of police time - that is the equivalent of 200 officers. I accept these recommendations.
"Sir Ronnie's proposals on the use of mobile data and virtual courts show how we can push the boundaries of 21st century crime fighting" , Smith added.
[sarcasm]What a surprise![/sarcasm]
I blame Adolf Blair, Randy Jacky Straw, David Blunder, Charles Cunt, Jock Beria Reid, Polly Toynbee and the rest of the PC brigade for introducing legislation against 'thought crimes', too much red tape and paperwork and rewarding criminals at the expense of both the innocent and the victims of crime.
They have all brought the police and criminal justice system into serious disrepute with their ideological poisons and power-hungry megalomania. Cunts!

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Terry Kelly Lashes Out Again At His Many Critics

If the blogosphere had a national sport, it would probably be fisking that weasel of a man Terry Kelly. Some people may consider it cyber-bullying, but in light of his many remarks branding other bloggers racists and paedophiles for disagreeing with his views, he only brings it on himself. Here are just some of his most recent remarks:
"Remember Henry [Crun] you're not in S.A. [South Africa] now waving a whip at a cringing black child."
"I've never met a Nice South African"
When the talented Jackart accused El Tel of being "every bit as bigoted and hate-filled as those you affect to despise. It's just you hate Whitey and the Joos." The Fat Slob branded him an "angry racist" in reply.
Jim Lewis sums it all up perfectly:
"I hadn't realised until now what a pernicious racist you are Terry. Right up til this time, I'd treated you with humour. I saw you as misguided rather than vicious. That's changed now. That last comment was every bit as bad as saying to a Muslim, "You're not in Iraq now, beheading hostages."
You have whined non-stop about the way others have attacked your views. You've been called anti-semitic. I defended you on that charge. Not this time.
I hope anyone reading this who runs their own blog will spread the word. This man is no longer a sad little joke. He's a vile racist and ought to be exposed as such."
Mr. Lewis' comments mirror my own when I took him to tasking for supporting Palestinian terrorist killers, Al-Qaeda and Iran in their jihad against the U.S., Israel and the civilised world as a whole when I remarked that:
"El Tel's remarks do raise the question of whether he is one of the minority of fascist Jew-haters that believe that 9/11 attacks were carried out by a worldwide Zionist Mafia with the collusion of the neocons in Washington D.C. who run the federal government. If so, then Terry Kelly maybe far more sinister than his oaf-ish persona suggests - is he the Idi "Last King of Scotland" Amin of Renfrewshire?"
"For an elected British official to condone acts of terrorism and mass-murder against both Israel and the United States of America is disgraceful, disturbing, disgusting, horrifying and an insult to the victims of such attacks and their families. Terry Kelly should be ashamed of himself!"
"Remember folks, this is a creature that holds an elected position in local government who YOU pay for out of your own pockets. Terry Kelly has a history of racist, homophobic bullying against those who are not members of the Labour party or foreign socialist. This is a man who has also already been twice disciplined for misconduct in a public office for calling an SNP councillor a "village idiot" (oh, the irony of that remark) and threatening members of the electorate with violence by no less than the Standards Commission for Scotland.
This sad thing about this whole episode is that this cretinous moron was re-elected to his post YET AGAIN by the people of Renfrewshire on May 3 of THIS YEAR (although this was probably solely on the basis of the fact that El Tel was wearing a red rosette on polling day, rather than any innate ability or merit on his part). Are the Scottish electorate bigger fools than Terry Kelly?!?
Surely now though, there is enough evidence available in the public domain to get this arsehole legally removed from office, ala the then-Governor Gray Davis of California in 2003?

9/11 & More Politically Correct Lunacy

Sir Trevor cleared over Manning joke

Sir Trevor cleared over Manning joke
ITV has been cleared by TV watchdog Ofcom following complaints about Sir Trevor McDonald calling the late comic Bernard Manning a "fat, white bastard".
The remark, made on ITV1 show News Knight with Sir Trevor McDonald on the week Manning died, sparked 112 complaints that it was racist or inappropriate.
Sir Trevor told viewers: "Personally, I never thought of Bernard Manning as a racist comic... just a fat, white bastard..."
Ofcom said the former newsreader "clearly intended to parody" Manning's own brand of comedy "where he claimed he wasn't himself racist, but simply made 'jokes' based on racial stereotypes".
Ofcom said: "In the case of this programme, Sir Trevor McDonald obviously, and intentionally, drew on Bernard Manning's own style of humour, which frequently played on the real or apparent prejudices of his audience.
"It was in such a context that Sir Trevor McDonald could therefore state that he did not consider Manning to be a racist but then went on to say that he was '...a fat white bastard'."
The regulator said the 10pm show was broadcast an hour later than the 9pm watershed and that "it was clear from the outset that the programme, whilst a comedy, was an edgy, satirical look at the week's news and that on occasions there would be some material that risked offending some viewers".
It cleared ITV of breaching broadcasting guidelines, ruling that "any offence that may have been caused was justified by the context".
Can anyone say 'double standards'? I don't have a problem about McDonald's joke at all, but if Steve Coogan for example told a joke about McDonald being a 'big black bugger', there would be no doubt that the evil Feminazi cunt Polly Toynbee and the rest of the foul French Trotskyite PC brigade would be on his back quicker than you can say 'socialist utopia' and brand him an untouchable racist thought criminal. IS THAT FAIR?!?

Monday, September 10, 2007

Quote of the Day 10.9.2007: Paul Burgin's Life On Mars

The so-called 'Christian Socialist' Labour Blogger Paul "Nice But Dim" Burgin has never had a firm grasp of reality, but today he has excelled himself at oxymorony with this blatantly obvious lie in the latest post on his Mars Hill blog about the Islamonazi Al-Qaeda Don Usama Bin Laden:

"What amases me is that, as one BBC Correspondent put it, he is trying to influence western opinion. He stated for example, surprise that Bush was elected for a second term of office. What he seems to fail to understand is that the very people who dislike Bush loathe Bin Laden even more. No one will forget what he was responsible for and, whilst there may be differences of opinion as to how to deal with him, very few westerners believe that his actions should go unpunished."
It should as plain as day even to this Marxist Martian that the 99.7% of the Left are going out their way to appease the warmongering, homophobic, misogynistic murder Bin Laden because he is the enemy of the Left's great enemies - the 'evil' liberty-loving capitalist 'Great Satans' of George W. Bush and the United States of America.
Paul, I will always be grateful for what you have done for me and you do seem to be a decent (if a rather boring Adrian Mole-type) man, but there is an old saying; 'duty has no sweethearts' and would be failing in my Christian duty not to point out to you the absurd, even dangerous deceptions and other follies you make in your arguments.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Quote of the Day 7.9.2007

"What a cheek! If we had listened to Gordon Brown no one would have been able to buy their own council house, unions would run the country and we'd probably be speaking Russian. He is a conviction politician - convicted of robbing people's pensions, stealth taxation and failing to reform the NHS." - David Cameron

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Quote of the Day 6.9.2007

"Socialists. (Well actually only one is, and we argue for fun - my licensed fool if you will).
I've decided that after reading several examples of "argument" by so-called "left wingers", I think that the best use for such people is as fertilizer." - Jackart

Cameron plans updated national service for youngsters

LONDON (Reuters) - Conservative leader David Cameron is to call on Thursday for a modern-day national service to help foster "values of self-respect and social responsibility" among disenchanted youngsters.
He will suggest school leavers should undertake six weeks of voluntary charity work and physical training during the summer holidays to help groom them for adulthood.
He is to portray the scheme as a 21st-century equivalent to peacetime national service in the armed forces, which was used by the government between 1949 and 1960.
The move comes on the same day Prime Minister Gordon Brown confirmed a 21 billion-pound cash injection over the next three years for schools building improvements and the launch of a national debate about how children's services could be improved during the next 10 years.
The issue of anti-social behaviour and youth crime is high on the political agenda after a spate of teenage killings and growing worries about excessive drinking.
Cameron is to tell his audience in Bolton: "In the last century we had something that helped create a rite of passage, that brought people together from different backgrounds, that helped instil a sense of responsibility and that taught young people self-respect: That was national service.
"Ask anyone who did national service and they all say the same thing: 'It was something we all did together'.
"I don't want to bring back national service but I do want to bring forward a 21st-century equivalent: Not national service but National Citizen Service."
In Bristol, Brown and Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, Ed Balls, launched a national discussion called "Time to Talk."
The debate, attended by more than 50 parents, teachers, children and social care professionals was the first in a series of public events and consultation exercises that will take place during the next two months.
The ideas will go forward and help shape the government's "Children's Plan."
Balls said: "Now is the time to listen to people about what we can do better to help children achieve the best education, have a happy, healthy and safe childhood and prevent young people going off the rails and getting into trouble."
Cameron: It's about bloody time too!
Balls: The time for talking about how to deal with young thugs is over. Now it's time beat the little fuckers into line.

RAF jets intercept eight Russian bombers

LONDON (Reuters) - LONDON (Reuters) -The air force scrambled four Tornado warplanes on Thursday to intercept eight Russian long-range bombers, the Ministry of Defence said.
The ministry said the Russian aircraft had not entered British air space.
"In the early hours of this morning four RAF (Royal Air Force) Tornado F3 aircraft from RAF Leeming and RAF Waddington (bases) were launched to intercept eight Russian Bear aircraft which had not entered UK air space," it said in a statement.
The Tupolev Tu-95, codenamed "Bear" by NATO, is Russia's equivalent of the U.S. B-52 bomber and is a Cold War icon.
Russia's defence ministry published a statement earlier on Thursday which said 14 Russian strategic bombers had started long-range routine patrol operations on Wednesday evening over the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Arctic.
Relations between London and Moscow are at their worst since the Cold War. Russia's refusal to extradite Andrei Lugovoy, a former KGB bodyguard suspected of murdering emigre Alexander Litvinenko in London last year, led to tit-for-tat expulsions of diplomats from both countries.
Ties between Russia and the European Union have also deteriorated of late over issues such as energy policy, Kosovo and Moscow's treatment of European firms operating there.
The Russian statement said six planes had already returned to base and the other eight were still in the air.
"The planes flew only over neutral water and did not approach the air space of a foreign state," the statement said. "Practically all the planes were accompanied by fighters from NATO countries."
Sky News said the Russian bombers were heading towards British air space and did a U-turn when approached by the British fighters. It is at least the second time in recent months Britain has scrambled jets to intercept Russian bombers.
The sorties by Russian bombers appeared to the latest of the regular long-range patrols that President Vladimir Putin announced last month would be resumed after a gap following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Hampered by a shortage of fuel and airworthy planes, Russian bombers have for years been making only occasional patrols. But Putin said that starting on August 17, they would be in the air more or less constantly.
The Russians had better watch their step or else....

It Isn't Over 'Till The Fat Man Sings: R.I.P - Luciano Pavarotti

MODENA, Italy (Reuters) - Legendary Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti, who brought opera to the masses with his powerful voice and jovial personality, died on Thursday of pancreatic cancer, aged 71.
Although his health had been failing for a year, the death of the bearded tenor, known as "Big Luciano" because of his 127 kg (280 lb) bulk, saddened everyone from impresarios and critics of to fans who could barely afford tickets.
"There were tenors, and then there was Pavarotti," said Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli.
While past opera greats often locked themselves in a gilded, elitist world, television viewers around the world heard Pavarotti sing with pop stars such as Sting and Bono in his "Pavarotti and Friends" benefits for the needy.
"He was one of those rare artists who affected the lives of people across the globe, in all walks of life," London's Royal Opera House at Covent Garden said in a statement.
"Through his countless broadcasts, recordings and concerts, he introduced the extraordinary power of opera to people who perhaps would never have encountered opera and classical singing. In doing so, he enriched their lives. That will be his legacy."
Vienna's opera house flew a black flag to mourn "a human being who had an extraordinary impact through his art and who gave endlessly to his audience," director Ioan Holender said.
Already famous in the opera world, he leapt to superstardom when he and two other tenor greats, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras, sang at Rome's Caracalla Baths during the 1990 soccer World Cup in Italy.
"It's a great loss. He was without doubt one of the most important tenors of all time. He was a wonderful man, a charismatic person. And a good poker player," Carreras told the Swedish newspaper Expressen.
Sales of opera albums shot up after the concert. The aria "Nessun Dorma" from Puccini's Turandot, which has the famous line "At dawn I will be victorious", became as much a feature of football fever as the usual stadium chants.
Pavarotti's father was a baker who liked to sing, and his mother worked in a cigar factory. The people of Modena, a provincial town in northeast Italy, mourned a man who remained attached to his hometown even as a superstar.
Venusta Nascetti, a 71-year-old who used to serve Pavarotti coffee in a local bar when he was a teenager, remembered him as being "full of joy, he had a happy spirit".
"He always loved us just like we loved him," the frail old woman, wearing dark glasses to hide her emotion, told reporters outside Pavarotti's house, where she had paid her respects.
The funeral will take place in Modena on Saturday.
Pavarotti's big break came thanks to another Italian opera great, Giuseppe di Stefano, who dropped out of a performance of "La Boheme" at Covent Garden in 1963. The house had lined up "this large young man" as a stand-in -- and a star was born.
In 1972 he famously hit nine high C's in a row in "Daughter of the Regiment" at New York's Metropolitan Opera, which he referred to as "my home".
His last public singing performance was at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Turin in February 2006.
Pavarotti had surgery in New York for pancreatic cancer in July last year, then retreated to his villa in Modena. He had to cancel plans for a reappearance in public a few months later.
Pavarotti received two more weeks' treatment in hospital in Modena last month, and went home on August 25. He spent his final hours at home with family and friends nearby, his manager Terri Robson said, adding:
"He remained optimistic and confident that he would overcome the disease and had been determined to return to the stage to complete his Worldwide Farewell Tour."
Robson said that until just weeks before his death, Pavarotti devoted several hours a day to teaching pupils at his summer villa in Pesaro, on Italy's Adriatic Coast. Pavarotti opened an academy for young singers in Modena two years ago.
"He was also planning to complete a recording of sacred songs and unveil the next phase of the Pavarotti International Voice Competition," the statement said.
Although Pavarotti began singing in a church choir aged nine, his passion was football and he wanted to turn professional.
His mother convinced him to be a teacher, which he did for two years until realising his vocation and starting singing lessons.
In 2003, Pavarotti married Nicoletta Mantovani, an assistant 34 years his junior and younger than his three daughters, after an acrimonious divorce from Adua, his wife of 37 years.
As Nicoletta was bearing twins, the pregnancy ran into complications and their son Riccardo was stillborn. Their surviving daughter Alice is now 4 years old.
This great man will be missed!

Chinese army hackers 'target Whitehall'

The Government is remaining silent over claims that Chinese army computer hackers have broken into computer systems in Whitehall.
They have reportedly targeted the Foreign Office and caused the House of Commons computer to breakdown.
The Foreign Office has refused to discuss the claims, saying only: "We do not comment on security issues."
Andrew MacKinlay, a Labour member of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee, said it seemed clear that the cyber-attacks had the acquiescence, at least, of the Chinese authorities.
He is urging Ministers to take a more robust stance with Beijing over the claims.
Mr MacKinlay insists that the public and Parliament have a right to be told if the UK is becoming the target of a phenomenon known as "patriotic hacking" - when computer experts use their skills to attack the vital networks of perceived enemies of their nation.
He said that his attempts to prise information from the Government about the scale of the problem had been stonewalled by Ministers including former foreign secretary Jack Straw, now Justice Secretary.
Mr MacKinlay said: "I am frustrated. This is clearly an area where the Government have decided not to comment. My questions were clearly unwelcome.
"The security and intelligence services and Foreign Office did not want this to come out into the public domain.
"This is happening against a backdrop where, on a whole range of foreign policy issues, the British Government is very weak. They seek to appease the Chinese. They should be more robust and indignant.
"We do not send out the right signal on this. Beijing know about it and, at the least, they acquiesce in it."
There was clearly a political motive behind the attacks, said Mr MacKinlay, who dismissed the idea that the hackers were simply "computer nerds" acting alone.
The most plausible theories on why the Chinese authorities might choose to foster patriotic hacking were either to test its potential as a weapon for use in future conflicts or simply to send a signal to other great powers that they have the capability to do so, he said.
Alex Neill, head of the Asia Security Programme at the Royal United Services Institute, said cyber-attacks by the Chinese had been taking place for at least four years.
He said that they reflected a new PLA doctrine of "pressure point warfare" - attacking specific nodes to leave an adversary paralysed.
If these Chinese commie scum want a cyber-war, we should be prepared to play them at their own game and see how they like being hacked. The same applies to Russia.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Monday, September 03, 2007

Finally.... CM Punk Captures The ECW World Heavyweight Championship Thanks To Drug Scandal

How ironic, the clean-living Straight Edge hero CM Punk finally defeats ECW World Champion John Morrison to grab the gold after Morrison was caught up in a drug scandal along with nine of WWE athletes. I bet Punk's critics backstage such as Arn Anderson and Finlay are furious!
Well Done Punk!

North Korea says to be cut from terror list

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Monday the United States had agreed to remove it from its list of countries that support terrorism, a move Pyongyang has long sought to receive more aid and hopefully end its status as a global pariah.
The chief U.S. negotiator has hinted that Washington could remove North Korea from the list of state sponsors of terrorism before it completely gives up its nuclear arms programme.
But his government has not said it has decided to strike Pyongyang from the list, which currently also includes Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria.
North Korea said it agreed in talks at the weekend in Geneva with the United States to take "practical measures to neutralise the existing nuclear facilities in the DPRK (North Korea) within this year," its KCNA news agency quoted a Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying.
"In return for this, the U.S. decided to take such political and economic measures for compensation as delisting the DPRK as a terrorism sponsor and lifting all sanctions that have been applied according to the Trading with the Enemy Act," the unnamed spokesman was cited as saying.
U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill said in Geneva that the communist state had agreed to fully account for and disable its nuclear programme by the end of the year but he did not say what, if anything, he had offered in return for the latest pledge.
He confirmed the delegations had discussed the terms under which Washington would drop North Korea from its terrorism list.
Pyongyang was put on the U.S. terrorism list based on the confession of a North Korean agent over the mid-air explosion of a South Korean passenger jet over the sea off Myanmar in 1987.
The designation imposes a ban on arms-related sales, keeps the economically isolated country from receiving U.S. economic aid and requires the United States to oppose loans by the World Bank and other international financial institutions.
The North Korean announcement comes amid a flow of positive developments to rid it of nuclear arms.
This is in stark contrast to a year ago when the reclusive state was further isolated for a defiant missile test in July 2006 and its first nuclear test three months later, which led to U.N. sanctions and a blow to its sparse international trade.
After months of sputtering diplomacy, impoverished North Korea agreed in February at six-country talks to start winding down its nuclear programme in exchange for energy aid.
In July, it shut a Soviet-era reactor and plant that turns spent fuel into weapons-grade plutonium.
It also invited back U.N. nuclear watchdog personnel for the first time since late 2002, when Pyongyang threw them out of the country after a 1994 disarmament deal collapsed.
North Korea's already anaemic economy was dealt a heavy blow by flooding last month that killed hundreds and inflicted widespread damage to its farm and manufacturing sectors.
It would be a big mistake for the U.S. to remove the evil fascist North Korean regime from the list of terrorist states due to the way it treats it's own people.