Thursday, November 30, 2006

A visit from an MP

My local MP, Vera Baird is coming to my college tomorrow to talk about her work and politics. If I can be arsed asking the Labour MP anything what should it be?

Blog of the Month

The blog of the month this month is BNP Home.

Nanny Knows Best came a close second.

The Anti-BNP Martine Martin came third while Dr Rant Dr Rant came last having not updated his blog for more than 2 weeks.

Blair charges soldiers the privelege of risking their lives

The morale of Royal Marines serving on the front line in Afghanistan has plummeted after a £3,000 allowance was deducted from their wages following a "dreadful blunder" by Royal Navy administrators.

The revelation will come as an acute embarrassment for Tony Blair, who only last week was photographed among Royal Marines as he promoted Britain's strategy in the Taliban-ravaged country.

Politicians and Navy chiefs were so concerned over the impact of the wage cut that they sent extra human resources staff to Afghanistan to inform more than 1,000 commandos affected by the error.

The Marines had been told they could receive up to £17 extra a day as a special allowance for being on overseas operations during the six-month operation.

But they were misled and the Ministry of Defence has now refused to pay the extra £3,000 the men had been promised.

A senior Royal Navy officer said the error had been "absolutely devastating to morale".

"They are not being paid enough for what they do as it is so then to take £500 a month out of their pay is going to cause morale to plummet even further. Yes, they are incredibly dedicated people and love doing what they do out there, but this has made them incredibly unimpressed."

Is Blair trying to cripple our armed forces or is he that incompetent? Our men are over there fighting for their lives and he is charging them for the privilege of risking their lives for this country. He refuses to give them the equipment they need which could save their lives and now he is docking their pay because they don’t pay them the measly £17 bonus for being in a war zone.

I wouldn’t blame our military if they went on strike (they are banned from it) but because they are loyal to this country they won’t even think about it. It is time for Blair to be loyal to our troops.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Abortion should be made easier?

A charity has claimed that abortion should be made easier than it already is. How much easier could it get? If anything it should be made harder to get an abortion starting with having to pay the full cost for your own abortion.


Devils Kitchen has decided to take the piss out of those that want an apology for our role in the slave trade. He has made a petition against the ‘oppression’ of left handed people. Read more here.

Committing crimes for the fun of it

Street robbers often carry out their crimes for the thrill as much as for the financial gain, a report has said.

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) study interviewed 120 offenders in England and Wales.

The report said previous attempts to explain violent street crime put too much focus on the desire for gain, and not enough on the aspect of "pleasure".

What to do about this? Well now we know its not about money people can shut up about inequality.

First there should be more things for children to do. Set up free youth clubs, karate and boxing classes. Have free family trips during the summer holidays. I used to go on about 10 trips during the summer holidays. So much so that I am sick of going to Scarborough. I must have been there 50 times because it seems that’s where all the pubs take us.

Second we should give law abiding adults the right to own a gun. If anyone enters your property without permission or attacks you or your property (while you are there), you then should have a right to shoot that person. If he dies it is their own fault. Yes criminals will get guns too but criminals will anyway. Only the law abiding will ever abide by gun laws and there are more and more criminals everyday. Since Australiabanned guns they have actually seen a dramatic rise in violent crime . So you see, allowing law abiding citizens to have guns actually lowers crime because the criminals are too scared to enter homes in case they own a gun.

Incase the police get to them first these thugs should be humiliated so they won’t do it again. They should face a minor public pillory where they have rotten fruit thrown at them, hair shaven and other humiliating things as long as they don’t permanently physically harm them but if they do who cares?

Hat tip Devils Kitchen

No wonder crime is out of control

The average time taken by police to process a single arrest is now an astonishing 10 hours and six minutes, it was revealed.

Officers are spending more than their standard eight hour shift filling out dozens of forms and waiting for lawyers to arrive.

This is despite repeated pledges from ministers to cut red tape and cut back on the number of forms required for completion.

Glen Smyth, chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, which represents rank-and-file officers, said that officers found the delays 'hugely frustrating'.

Previous studies have suggested that as many as 33 forms need to be completed to process a single mugging suspect.

Senior officers say that this approach ties up policemen and women and takes them off the streets for a day at a time.

This is absolute stupidity. Much needed police officers are being taken off the streets for sometimes the whole day leaving crimes to be committed. I do agree that some forms must be filled in by the police officer who makes the arrests but I don’t think other forms need to be. If the forms can’t be scrapped then why not hire administrators to fill them out? Some of the forms that I think are needed that could be done by administrators are:

· Copying information from officer’s notebook to put on a formal record

· Strengths and weaknesses of a case

· The form listing witnesses and their addresses

· Bail forms

· Forms detailing previous convictions

· Compensation forms

· Documents for stolen or damaged property

· Expert evidence

· Summary form

I seriously don’t see why administrators can’t do all of that. Yes it will be very expensive (it would take 1 administrator per crime per day seeing as how it takes 10 hours) with more police actually doing police work and actually catching criminals.

The new administrators would come from the Quangos and other bloated civil service departments that would actually be downsized.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

French police facing guerilla warfare

Stoned, beaten and insulted, their vehicles torched by crowds of hostile youths, French police say they face an urban guerrilla war when they enter the run-down neighborhoods that ring the major cities.

"Our role is to guarantee the safety of people and property but the great difficulty today is that police are having problems ensuring their own safety," said Jerome Hanarte of the Alliance-Police Nationale union.

Bedside television interviews with officers hospitalized after beatings in "les banlieues," or suburbs, support statistics showing a 6.7 percent jump in violent crime in the 12 months to August.

Fourteen officers are hurt every day in the line of duty, unions estimate, and law and order is sure to feature prominently in next year's presidential election.

Some residents complain the move spawned constant police harassment which has only exacerbated tensions with local youths, many of whom come from ethnic minorities.

"You can see discrimination in ID controls," complained Kader Latreche, 36, an Algerian with his own photo equipment repair shop in the La Courneuve suburb.

"Why is it always people from the Maghreb or black people who are being stopped and checked? If it happens over and over again, it gets to you. People are frustrated, that's obvious."

How much those frustrations are driving the violent reaction to police is hard to gauge but Nicolas Comte, general secretary of the Syndicat General de la Police (SGP), said officers now face guerrilla warfare in the suburbs.

"The simple presence of men in uniforms in some areas is no longer a provocation but a declaration of war in the minds of some louts," he told a recent police union rally.

Guigon joined the force 10 years ago, attracted by the contact with the public and the chance to make a difference on the street with wayward youngsters. In the intervening period, society at large has done little to improve matters.

The plain clothes officer in Seine-Saint-Denis said seven colleagues were attacked recently after chasing a driver who skipped a checkpoint. Their vehicle was torched and they narrowly escaped serious injury.

"The high number of officers hurt means that police themselves don't feel safe," he said.

"That's pretty serious, because if police don't feel safe, you can imagine what the ordinary citizen feels," added the officer who asked not to be identified.

To protect themselves, police often move in large groups -- a tactic youngsters say is heavy-handed and overly aggressive.

Comte says the threat to police is so great in some neighborhoods they should exercise their "right to withdraw." That means refusing to respond to emergency calls if they judge they cannot guarantee their own safety.

"Frankly, it's not worth getting your head kicked in for an end of year bonus of 200 euros ($256.8)," said the plain clothes officer.

No comment needed. I have reported on this a few times this year. It just seems to get worse.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Being offensive to be made illegal

Police are to demand new powers to arrest protesters for causing offence through the words they chant and the slogans on their placards and even headbands.

The country's biggest force, the Metropolitan police, is to lobby the attorney general, Lord Goldsmith, because officers believe that large sections of the population have become increasingly politicised, and there is a growing sense that the current restrictions on demonstrations are too light.

The police want powers to proscribe protest chants and slogans on placards, banners and headbands.

If they make offending people illegal will we have any free speech? We still have a bit now but we won’t if this actually happens. Freedom of speech, above all is the right to offend.

Why should ‘Causing Offense’ be made a crime? It doesn’t make any sense whatsoever, but then when has this country ever made sense?

Sunday, November 26, 2006

OFFICIAL! George Galloway full of shit

A police force's plan to protect firebrand MP George Galloway on a recent visit to the North has caused a bit of a stink . . . after the operation was given the same name as a medicine for treating diarrhoea.

The outspoken politician - now a household name following his appearance in Celebrity Big Brother - says he is "shocked and angry" following suggestions that police were having a joke at his expense.

A source revealed the plan to protect Mr Galloway was codenamed Operation Kaolin. Kaolin is a type of china clay . . . but is also the name of a treatment for diarrhoea.

Scotland to become independent?

A majority of voters in both England and Scotland back the break-up of the United Kingdom, a poll has suggested.

Support for Scottish independence has reached 52% among Scots and 59% south of the border, according to the ICM survey for The Sunday Telegraph.

I would rather not see the breakup of the UK but it looks increasingly like it’s going to happen, having said that I don’t see it having a negative effect on England. Labour are only in power because of the Scottish and I think the BNP are more likely to get in power if the Scottish had their independence. We would also stop subsidising the Scottish.

So like I said I would rather the break-up of the UK not happen but I wouldn’t mind if they did. If they want independence it should be given. Everyone has the right to self determination.

I think I may have a way to stop independence though. The SNP are more represented in the highlands (or so I have heard) so you give them more than one referendum if they vote yes. If they vote yes then you split Scotland between South Scotland and North Scotland then you make the Scotland that you think will vote no to independence vote first. If they vote No then you give the same referendum to the other part of Scotland. The other part of Scotland are unlikely to vote yes if the others vote no because it would split their country up and I don’t think they want that. This is a similar strategy to what Blair used for Devolution. He knew that the Welsh would vote no if they had to vote first and the Scottish vote no if the Welsh voted no so he made the Scottish vote first because they also had the most calls for independence. The plan worked. The Welsh just barely had their referendum pass and they both got their devolution. My plan would work. The union would be saved.

I think if it comes down to it Labour will do my plan. At the moment they are relying on Scotland to keep them in power. Without Scotland they would be nothing. Gordon Brown would never become prime minister. So for the first time in my life I am going to be relying on the deviousness of Labour to keep the union intact.

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Teenager builds nuclear reactor in basement

A TEENAGER has created a working nuclear reactor in the basement of his family home.

Thiago Olson, 17, bought spare parts on eBay and persuaded manufacturers to give him discounts to create the machine.

The schoolboy took 1,000 hours over two years to build the fusion reactor, which creates energy by combining atoms.

Wow. If he can do that can terrorists do it? I don’t know much about the story but could it be possible to create something like a bomb from this? I wouldn’t have thought it would be that easy.

Top ten update

Some of you who have been tagged by me a few days ago don’t really get the top-ten-things-chain-letter-type-thing.

If you want more information head down to Prague Tory who has spent many hours following all the leads and has found there are literally dozens and dozens of links (atleast 96 links). So don’t be responsible for it ending guys. Keep it going!

Friday, November 24, 2006

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is Martine Martin’s Lebwog which is a good blog for anyone interested.

If you are a conservative-ish blogger you may want to take part in his research project.

Tough on Crime? Don't make me laugh!

Remember last month when I reported that government are going to let criminals escape to ease overcrowding? Well now it seems even putting them in prison is too much because more than half of VIOLENT offenders just receive a caution

Oh goodie! I thought labour was supposed to be ‘Tough on crime. Tough on the causes of crime’? How wrong we were. They are probably the least tough of any government we have ever had. What am I being a law abiding citizen for when I could just commit a crime and receive no jail time?

Hat tip Dark Heretic

Council tax filling Labour coffers

Ever wondered why your council tax was so high and the elderly were going to prison because they couldn’t pay while local services weren’t getting any better?

Well we now know. Guess why? If your council tax has gone up the money may have went to Labour party coffers for party propaganda. I kid you not!

Hat tip Dark Heretic.

Ten things I would never do

The ten things I would never do seems to be heading around the blogosphere like a plague and it looks like I have been tagged with it by Dark Heretic.

So here goes…

The ten things I would never do are

  1. Vote Labour
  2. Vote conservative
  3. Eat Cheese
  4. Support the EU
  5. Retake my science GCSE
  6. Smoke
  7. Live in London
  8. Finish a ‘top ten things I would never do’ list.

I tag these people to do a top ten list:

Islamanazi, BNP Home, Ranting Stan, Battle For Britain, BNP and me, and Nationalist News

HAHA. Looks like I have given you all the plague. MUAHAHAHA

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Nominate Nick! Last Chance!

You only have 1 day left to nominate Nick Griffin for Great Briton of the Year before the nominations end. So make your vote count. Nominate Nick!

Blair changes tune on Afghanistan

Remember a few days ago when we found out that Blair was lying when he said troops will get ‘whatever they need’.

Well ‘whatever they need’ has now changed to ‘we will listen carefully to any requests that are made to us’. In other words they will get fuck all to save their lives. I bet those servicemen just love risking certain death because they can’t get the armour they need to put up a decent fight.

Can we trust anything of what Blair says?

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

NHS won't be in red for long

Were you worried about the NHS? Well fear not Patricia Hewitt is going to get the NHS out of the red and into the black. She said "I have said that we will return the NHS as a whole to financial balance by the end of March next year and I take personal responsibility."

So it’s good news then. Well not really. She went onto say "some parts of the NHS in England have taken on too many doctors and nurses". Where are those hospitals? Are they the same hospitals that are responsible for 13,000 nursing posts being axed because of the NHS debt?

Well it looks like those 3000 doctors who can’t find a job better start flying abroad seeing as they will never get a job here. What about immigrant doctors? Surely they should be the first to go?

Half of border police work in office

Remember 6 days ago when it was announced that there would be an Immigration and Boarder police? I bet everyone thought that Blair was finally doing something. Well you would be wrong because just a few days later it is announced that more than half of those police will be nothing but office workers. Yes that’s right. Most won’t even leave their offices.

There are only 2100 officers to deal with 570,000 illegal immigrants in this country and that number is growing by tens of thousands every week.

Are we really surprised? We are promised more immigration police which we don’t get. Blair promised the army ‘whatever they need’ and then they don’t get anything so they can survive the constant attacks by the Taliban. This is typical Labour behaviour. All Labour do is lie and destroy this country.

Hat tip: Battle for Britain who is leaving blogging which is a sad turn of events. If you like his blog and you want to change his mind just go to his blog and persuade him to stay.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Parents of bullies to be fined £1000

Parents of bullies could be forced to attend parenting classes or face a £1,000 fine, Education Secretary Alan Johnson has warned.

His message came as campaigners said 20,000 children were skipping school every day to avoid being bullied.

Mr Johnson said he wanted to create a "zero tolerance" culture towards bullying in an effort to stamp out the "despicable" and "intolerable" phenomenon.

New powers under the Education Act would allow parenting orders to be imposed on mothers and fathers of bullies, with a £1,000 fine if they failed to comply, he said.

I don’t think the government has any clue about how to stop bullying. There is no need for parenting classes. Parents know how to deal with their children but they are banned from using the only tool that is likely to stop misbehaviour and that is smacking. I don’t mean beating the kid up especially if they are only 7 but giving them one smack that is hard enough that they will feel the pain but don’t suffer any long term damage. Here are my proposals:

1. Bring back smacking. If the parent refuses to smack their child and their child continues to bully other children and misbehave then they should be sent to parenting classes paid for by them.

2. Free education is not a right. It is a privilege. Parents should be made to realise that. If they fail to stop their children from continuously misbehaving in school the child should lose their right to a free education until the child signs a contract on their behaviour. If they breach that contract they will lose free education forever. There will be no appeals allowed. Only the Minister of Education will be allowed to overturn the ruling.

3. Once losing free education there will be no need for child benefit unless they are sent to a private school paid out of their own pocket. If they can’t afford one it is tough. Seeing as they lose child benefit the child will be allowed to find a job if they want.

4. Teachers will be allowed to hit unruly pupils if they fail to behave after being asked once.

Human shields thwart Israel

The Israelis are
far too merciful when dealing with terrorist scum. Yesterday it was reported that they called off a planned air attack on a house in Jabaliya refugee camp in Gaza after hundreds of Palestinians formed a human shield to protect the house of a terrorist leader.

Today they announced they are reviewing their advanced warnings after that incident. Good on them too. You don’t tell terrorists what you are going to do and you certainly don’t call it off when they get terror sympathisers to be human shields. You blow up their houses with all the human shields.

In the coming weeks when Israel does this kind of thing again there will be mass outrage (mainly from the BBC) because this time they won’t give any advanced warning and people will die who they weren’t targeting. Those that die will only have their own kind to blame though as it was their fault. When this mass outrage happens I will be here to point out this story again and show my readers that Israel tried to do everything to limit civilian casualties but the Palestinians forced them into it.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Political test

Just took this short political quiz and it appears I am a liberal. Who knew I was a liberal especially when I support the BNP?

The RED DOT on the Chart shows where you fit on the political map.

Your PERSONAL issues Score is 70%.
Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 20%

Hat tip: Devil’s Kitchen

Fatties to cost NHS £1.6 million

Dangerously obese children will be entitled to stomach-stapling surgery on the NHS, it was reported last night.

Procedures including stomach-stapling would be offered to children who would otherwise stand a high risk of developing cancer, diabetes or heart conditions.

The newspaper says that children with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of more than 40 would be eligible for NHS-funded operations that typically cost £8,000. A normal BMI measure is between 18 and 25.

It is thought that between 50 and 200 teenagers a year may have their stomachs stapled if the guidelines are accepted.

So the tax payer may have to dish out £1.6 million because of lazy bastards who refuse to exercise or eat healthily? Where are the parents? Why aren’t they feeding their children healthy food and giving them time limits on watching TV and playing on computers?

The parents should be responsible for their children’s health. If they get diabetes or other obesity related conditions the parents should be forced to pay for the full cost of the treatment, whether they are poor or not. It is not the business of the state to bail people out just because they can’t control their behaviour. The only things the state should do is make students over a certain BMI have to take PE for 2 hours per day everyday until they are down to a healthy weight and also have healthy alternatives at lunch. The state should not get involved in anything else.

Hat tip: A Tangled Web

Blair caught lying to troops again

Remember when
Blair said that troops in Afghanistan will get ‘whatever they need’? Well our army is being denied the armour that could save the lives of our troops.

They will also be denied 12 Challenger 2 tanks, 14 Warrior armoured vehicles and four AS90 artillery guns - plus an extra 600-strong battalion of troops. So much for getting whatever they need.

This is yet another example of the utter contempt he has for Britain. He says troops will get whatever they need but just weeks later he is caught lying. Can we trust Blair when he says anything? He is constantly lying to the British public and those that heroically fight and die for this country.


From the
BNP site:

A very unpleasant story this afternoon from our SE England Regional Organiser - a story that is typical of these debased times and one that should have the blood boiling in the veins of every true Briton!

Yet another injustice against our people.

In the BNP we are used to some horrendous stories of injustice and prejudice against the indigenous population but what follows beggars belief!

The story starts in the first week of October when there was rioting in the Dedworth area of Windsor. This was centred on a Muslim owned dairy in which, without planning consent, a section was being used as an Islamic Centre. Those using it were not only blocking the access for residents but also verbally abusing them.

With this heightened tension, the spark that ignited the rioting was when a 15-year old boy was assaulted by young adults from the centre. His sister went to remonstrate with them and she was physically assaulted and her car wrecked, over £3,000 of damage was done by Muslim males wielding iron bars and baseball bats.

By an extraordinary coincidence the mother of the brother and sister happened upon the scene as she was walking their dog. She too was assaulted!

Police reluctant to act!

Initially, the police declined to take any action at all. When pressed they condescended to take notes and report it, but not as a racially motivated incident. They informed the two females that, as they could not recognise their assailants - there was nothing they, the Police, could do!

After a period of weeks, and once the situation had calmed down, at the request of our local members we leafleted the area. There were 34 activists out, and such was our reception, that we were being stopped on the street and asked for leaflets. To date we have had over 100 enquiries and membership applications – as recently reported on by the British National Party’s Regional Voices.

Cries for help from public

However, what was particularly disturbing was that within hours our help line was receiving calls, mainly from elderly women who just wanted someone to talk to and to listen to their fears and problems. In some cases I was on the phone to individuals for over an hour reassuring them that we would be able to help if there was more trouble and just to call the number. Interestingly, none of the callers wanted to talk to their local councillors because they felt betrayed by them, that their fears were not understood and that they would be dismissed as `racist`!

Last week I received a rather strange call on the help line from a close friend of a person who had been charged with an offence under our oppressive race laws, requesting a meeting and the help of the BNP.

Ex-serviceman with disturbing tale to tell

I duly arrived at the appointed time and place and met the close friend. The person I was due to meet eventually arrived well over an hour and half late and carrying a plastic bag with some items in it.

I was then told the most strange and disturbing story:

The person I met was a male, obviously not well and aged, I thought, about 60. Three days after the assaults and after playing darts in the local pub, having had a large number of beers he was walking home and his route took him past the scene of the assaults. As he did a reporter came out of the shadows and accosted him, asking him what his feelings were about the incident. In rather robust and salty language he replied that he had fought them in Iraq and it now appeared he had to fight them in his neighbourhood.

Others came out of the shadows and promptly arrested him, kept him in a police cell and eventually charged him with a `race` crime!

As I have said, the man was obviously unwell and yet he told me that the police had denied him his medication, despite his requests for such, for a considerable period of time.

Exemplary history of service to our country

Now we come to the most appalling and disgraceful part of this story.

The man is actually aged 44, has spent 24 years in the Army and is broken by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - for which he is on constant medication. He is managing to hold down a job in security with the MoD.

His Army career included 4 tours of Northern Ireland, Kosovo and the Gulf War. The plastic bag contained a scrapbook in pristine condition, with all his discharge papers and recommendations from his CO to any prospective employers, plus his service medals - including his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.

He has an exemplary record and has never been in trouble.

By the most bizarre coincidence he also happens to be the father of the two youngsters assaulted and the estranged husband of the assaulted woman! And, as he was walking past the scene, he was thinking of what had previously happened there when he was accosted by the reporter.

Ex-soldier charged under Race Act

He has now been charged and is due to appear in Court on 20th December. He cannot even begin to think about Christmas as he is worried sick about what is going to happen to him and, as he was telling me all this, he was close to tears.

He then told me that only 5 days previously he was at the Remembrance Service standing proudly in his Sunday Best, wearing his Medals and remembering the mates he had lost. At this point he burst into tears, threw his medals across the floor, and asked why no one cared about him when he had given his life and health to the service of his country?

What could I say! I was nearly in tears myself, as I am whilst I write this.

How a person, an old soldier be treated like this? What is our country coming to?

Why did the Police not console him, take him home and make him a cup of tea?

My promise to him was that I would do all I could.

We need to publicise this nationwide.

We need to demonstrate outside the Court.

We need to make sure that those in authority responsible for this travesty are held to account!

South East England BNP may be contacted by email.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

A Christmas poem

Just got this in my email:

*PLEASE, Would you do me the kind favour of sending this to as many
people as you can?
Christmas will be coming soon and some credit is due to our service men
and women for
our being able to celebrate these festivities. Let's try in this small
way to pay a tiny bit of
what we owe.

Make people stop and think of our heroes, living and dead, who
sacrificed themselves for us.

Andy E.
*/A Different Christmas Poem/** *
The embers glowed softly, and in their dim light,
I gazed round the room and I cherished the sight.
My wife was asleep, her head on my chest,
My daughter beside me, angelic in rest.
Outside the snow fell, a blanket of white,
Transforming the yard to a winter delight.
The sparkling lights in the tree I believe,
Completed the magic that was Christmas Eve.
My eyelids were heavy, my breathing was deep,
Secure and surrounded by love I would sleep.
In perfect contentment, or so it would seem,
So I slumbered, perhaps I started to dream.

The sound wasn't loud, and it wasn't too near,
But I opened my eyes when it tickled my ear.
Perhaps just a cough, I didn't quite know, Then the
sure sound of footsteps outside in the snow.
My soul gave a tremble, I struggled to hear,
And I crept to the door just to see who was near.
Standing out in the cold and the dark of the night,
A lone figure stood, his face weary and tight.

A soldier, I puzzled, some twenty years old,
Perhaps a Marine, huddled here in the cold.
Alone in the dark, he looked up and smiled,
Standing watch over me, and my wife and my child.
"What are you doing?" I asked without fear,
"Come in this moment, it's freezing out here!
Put down your pack, brush the snow from your sleeve,
You should be at home on a cold Christmas Eve!"

For barely a moment I saw his eyes shift,
Away from the cold and the snow blown in drifts..
To the window that danced with a warm fire's light
Then he sighed and he said "Its really all right,
I'm out here by choice. I'm here every night." *
*"It's my duty to stand at the front of the line,
That separates you from the darkest of times.
No one had to ask or beg or implore me,
I'm proud to stand here like my fathers before me.
My Gramps died in France on a day in December,"
Then he sighed, "1941 That's a Christmas 'Gran always remembers."
My dad stood his watch in the Falklands one year, *
* My Mum fought away a tear that we could enjoy some Christmas cheer,
And now it is my turn and so, here I am.
Carrying out my duty with pride as a man.

Then he bent and he carefully pulled from his bag,
The red, white, and blue... the British flag.
I can live through the cold and the being alone,
Away from my family, my house and my home.
I can stand at my post through the rain and the sleet,
I can sleep in a foxhole with little to eat.
I can carry the weight of killing another,
Or lay down my life to protect my brother.
We stand at the front against any and all,
To ensure for all time that this flag will not fall."

"So go back inside," he said, "harbor no fright,
Your family is waiting and I'll be all right."
"But isn't there something I can do, at the least,
"Give you money," I asked, "or prepare you a feast?
It seems all too little for all that you do,
For being away from that you hold to be true.
Then his eye welled a tear that held no regret,
"Just tell us you love us, and never forget.
To fight for our rights back at home while we're gone,
To stand your own watch, no matter how long.
For when we come home, either standing or dead,
To know you remember we fought and we bled.
Is payment enough, and with that we will trust,
That we mattered to you as you mattered to us." *

Health nazis strike

SMOKING in public looks to be banned on June 4, 2007, a senior health insider revealed yesterday.

I am against this ban and I don’t smoke. The government has no business telling people what they can and can’t do in pubs unless they are the ones that own all the pubs in Britain. It should be left up to the owner of the pub to decide whether they want smoking in their pub.

If people don’t like other people smoking in the pub that they also drink in they can leave. They do not have to stay there. They are the ones who are putting their own health at risk by staying there. If you are about to be run over by a car you jump out of the way. That is common sense.

If you want to stop people smoking the government should try a different way like making people pay for their own healthcare if they have a smoking related illness afterall why should the public pay for problems that you caused yourself? People should be forced to take care of themselves on not rely on the state to bail them out all the time.

Dutch doing a Blair?

Dutch Muslims have criticised a government proposal to ban women from wearing the burqa or veils which cover the face in public places.

Dutch Muslim groups say a ban would make the country's one million Muslims feel victimised and alienated.

The Dutch cabinet said burqas - a full body covering that also obscures the face - disturb public order and safety.

The decision comes days ahead of elections which the ruling centre-right coalition is expected to win.

And I thought they were doing it because they actually believe in banning it but it sounds to me that they are doing a Blair and lying to us to get more votes. I would be a good thing if they did ban it but I doubt it.

Muslims should also realise that it is not their society. If they want to wear their religious dress they should go to the first savage sand kingdom that they can get to.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is BNP Home which is a blog by someone who supports the BNP and is very good.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Council tax

Why should the elderly like Richard Fitzmaurice be sent to prison for refusing to pay council tax when the elderly cannot afford it. Surely there is another way other than taxing 10.4 million pensioners into poverty?

Wouldn’t a local sales tax be much better in funding local services? Or an even better idea would be to allow the local councils to think up ideas on how to raise taxes. If they want to raise tax the young and leave the elderly or vice versa why not let them? If they want a flat income tax why not let them?

Hat tip: Ellee Seymour

Monday, November 13, 2006

Nominate Nick!

Go to this site and nominate Nick Griffin as ‘Great Briton of 2006’. If he wins it will surely be on the TV. There will be lots of publicity for the Party and a humiliation for the traitors in government.

Drug addicts get payout from government

The Government was accused of "caving in" over drugs yesterday following the disclosure that the Home Office is about to pay out tens of thousands of pounds to prisoners because they were forced to stop taking heroin or other opiates in jail.

They alleged breaches under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which bans torture and inhuman or degrading treatment; Article 8, which protects private life; and Article 14, which prohibits discrimination.

David Davis, the shadow home secretary, said the decision to settle stemmed from the Government's desire to avoid the embarrassment of being defeated by its own Human Rights Act, which incorporates the convention into English Law.

Once you commit a crime you should forfeit all your human rights. The only human right you should be allowed is the right to stay alive and that should be taken away from you if you kill or rape anyone.

The spineless cowards in government should have stood up to the criminals and told them to stuff their rights and as for the Human Rights Act it should be ripped to shreds as no foreign law should be part of British law. We should have our own constitution.

I'm back!

I have finished the part of the coursework that needs to be handed in tomorrow so I am free to start blogging again. No doubt I will have a deadline for another part of the coursework next week and the week after but hopefully I should be able to get it done at college but blogging may be infrequent for the next few weeks.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Taking a break from blogging

Sorry to regular readers. I have no choice but to take a break from blogging. I should be back on Wednesday. On Tuesday I have to hand part of my coursework in for A2 Applied Business Studies.

Tomorrow is my Birthday and it looks like I will have to work for a few hours on that day (not working on it for 10 hours on my birthday).

I have already written 35 pages and I am not even half way through yet which is weird because last year my average number of Business studies coursework pages was in the 30s. Eventhough I have to hand part of it in I still won’t be completely finished but it is unlikely I will have to work 6-10 hours per day after college like I did in my first year.

Wish me luck!

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is Nanny Knows best which is a humorous political blog about the nanny state and other issues.

I am now announcing a link share. Those who want me to link to their blog please contact me here. In return for linking to your blog I want my blog linked on your blog.

Unfortunately if you take advantage of this you will probably get put in the “General links” section.

Please give me a few days to link to your blog after you request to be linked to.

More terror attacks coming soon

Hundreds of young British Muslims are being radicalised, groomed and set on a path to mass murder, the head of MI5 said yesterday.

In a stark public warning, Dame Eliza ManninghamBuller, the Director-General of MI5, revealed that the Security Service’s caseload had risen by 80 per cent since January and now involved about 30 “Priority 1” plots.

It has identified 200 terrorist networks involving at least 1,600 people, many under the direct control of al-Qaeda leaders in Pakistan.

“More and more people are moving from passive sympathy towards active terrorism through being radicalised or indoctrinated by friends, families, in organised training events here and overseas,” she said. “Young teenagers are being groomed to be suicide bombers.”

If we know about them why aren’t our security services actively assassinating them? If I was in charge all of those 1,600 would be assassinated, bugger the lawsuits and the consequences. Protecting the public is far more important than the possibility of being sued.

The deaths would of course have to look as much like an accident as possible in case there were some terrorists we didn’t know about (they are unlikely to know more than 1 terror network) and in case their children want revenge in the future by turning to terrorism.


As most of you will know by now Nick Griffin and Mark Collett have been found innocent on all charges.

Mr Griffin, of Llanerfyl, Powys, Wales, was found not guilty on a charge of using words or behaviour intended to stir up racial hatred and an alternative charge of using words or behaviour likely to stir up racial hatred. Mr Collett was found not guilty on four similar charges.

"Something's just happened to show Tony Blair and the government toadies in the BBC that they can take our taxes, but they cannot take our hearts, they cannot take our tongues and they cannot take our freedom," Mr Griffin declared.

Mr Collett, a former Leeds University student and head of the BNP youth wing, said that the score after the retrial was "BNP 2 - BBC nil".

“They cannot take our freedom” sounds a lot like what William Wallace said in Braveheart. I don’t know if he actually said it when he was alive or it’s just something that was added into the film but like William Wallace and many others Nick is fighting for freedom. It may not be the type of freedom that Nick is fighting for but I am sure that if William Wallace was alive today he would completely support Nick and Mark.

Thursday, November 09, 2006


Tomorrow is the day when free speech is either squashed forever or it begins a new and stronger life. Tomorrow is judgement day when Nick Griffin and Mark Collett are either found guilty or innocent.

Good luck Nick and Mark. I hope everything turns out for the best and you both are found innocent.

Conservatives try conning people over immigration

DAVID Davis is to signal a major shift in Tory immigration policy by calling for a significant cut in the number of foreign workers coming to the UK.

The Shadow Home Secretary will demand an annual limit on the influx of economic migrants from outside the EU.

Mr Davis told the Daily Express: “We need to rebuild confidence in the immigration system to relieve community tension.

“This is not about appearing tough, it’s about being sensible.”

It calls for the Government to set an annual limit on migrant workers after consultations with business, local councils and other organisations.

This is the most retarded thing I have ever read. Talk about conning the electorate.

They talk about putting a limit on immigrants from outside the EU but disregard the fact that most of our immigrants come from the EU, we have 1.5 million at the moment which is set to grow another 600,000 when Romania and Bulgaria enter the EU. What is the use of setting a limit when 600,000 will enter anyway?

How is this “being sensible”?

Even if they do stick a limit on the number it will be broken by EU migrants and we can’t do anything about EU migrants unless we leave the EU.

It’s a con. Simple as that!

Most racial crime victims are WHITE

The media are finally acknowledging what the BNP have been saying for years, that most victims of racial crimes are WHITE.

The most recent analysis shows that in 2004, 87,000 people from black or minority ethnic communities (BME) said they had been a victim of a racially motivated crime. In the same period, 92,000 white people said they had also fallen victim.

Focusing on violent racial attacks, 49,000 BME were victims. Among whites, the number was 77,000.

Of those that involved wounding 4,000 were BME. Among the white population it was 20,000.

If most victims are the majority then that means minorities are committing the majority of racial crimes.

Hat tip:Battle For Britain

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Justice at last!

Justice at last for Kriss Donald. His Asian murderers have been found guilty of murdering him simply because he was white.

Kriss, 15, was stabbed 13 times and set on fire while he was still alive, on a quiet walkway behind Celtic FC's training ground in the east end of Glasgow.

I am glad that they have been sentenced to life, well I might be if life actually meant life in this country. They will probably be out in about12 years to kill yet more white people.

The only punishment they deserve is to suffer the way Kriss suffered in his final hours.

Hat tip: Battle For Britain.

Is the EU needed?

The (EU) traditional role as
Britain’s European Union’s main export market and source of overseas earnings is coming to an end, a think-tank has revealed.
For the first time, less than half of Britain’s earnings are now derived from Europe, a revelation which could trigger a sea-change in Britain’s attitude to membership of the EU.

Only 48% of Britain’s earnings from the export of goods and services, receipts of income from investments and transfer payments were derived from the 24 other EU member states last year, according to an analysis of official figures by the Global Britain think-tank. This is significantly less than the 52% seen as recently as 2003 and comes as the EU has underperformed the rest of the world economy.

Over the period 1999-2005, British earnings from outside the EU grew by almost 8% a year, 45% faster than British exports to the EU, which grew at only 5.5% per year. Taking only continental Europe – the 24 EU economies minus Ireland – the disparities in growth rates become even more striking: UK earnings from the world (including Ireland) outside continental Europe grew 67% faster than British earnings from continental EU.

The percentage of trade from the EU has decreased 4% in just 3 years and long may it continue. We should try and make the EU even more irrelevant than it is now to show the Europhiles that it is not needed.

Do we still need the EU? Did we ever need the EU?

Hat tip: Ranting Stan.

Monday, November 06, 2006

About 3 weeks ago I sent a load of freedom of information requests to different government departments – including my local council. So far I have received 2 back.

Now when you make a freedom of information request they say you have to wait 20-30 days before the information gets to you. So far the response has been excellent. In the first week I got one from my local council telling me there had infact been planning permission granted for a shop to be converted into a mosque in a place called Southbank which is about a 15 minute drive for me. They have 3 years to build the mosque before the planning permission is revoked.

Today I got an email from the Ministry of Defence about my query but it is only from the navy department. The army or RAF isn’t as efficient as my original query was split into 3 by the Ministry of Defence.

My query was on the Falklands and the above is the response I got back.

I know we have an ice patrol boat and I know it isn’t going to stay near the Falklands all the time but I just don’t see a reason for it.

Click on the picture to read it properly.

As you will read we only have 1 ship in the area of the Falklands called HMS Dumbarton Castle which is only a patrol vessel. The other ships are either en route or about to be sent off to the Falklands.

With Argentina still unhappy about the Falklands being retaken is it wise just to leave 1 vessel to patrol the Falklands especially if it is just a patrol vessel?

According to the Royal Navy’s own website HMS Dumbarton Castle is basically designed to carry out fishery protection and offshore patrols. The ship also only has a maximum of 52 crew. What exactly is that going to do if a hostile force attacked the Falklands?

Sunday, November 05, 2006

When will Iraq be liberated?

It’s not often I blog about news from Iraq but today is an exception. This post is partly on Saddam being sentenced to death but there is a much bigger reason that will become clear very soon.

Saddam was today found guilty and sentenced to hang.

When the news broke that he was sentenced to hang there were demonstrations for and against the verdict. It sounds like Iraq is finally allowing basic freedoms like freedom to protest right? Wrong! The protesters that were demonstrating against the verdict were attacked by the Iraqi army on national television. Sounds like they have a free press doesn’t it when the media can report on what is happening? Wrong! Those news channels that were showing the pro-Saddam demonstrations were shut down after Iraqi security forces raided them.

What freedoms does Iraq actually have seeing as how we liberated them? They have freedom to protest as long as they protest about what the government wants them to protest about and they have freedom of the press as long as the news broadcasts what the government wants them to broadcast.

If you want to know more then I recommend reading the Baghdad Burning blog by an Iraqi woman who is actually experiencing life in the newly liberated Iraq.

Bishop criticises Muslims

Here was me thinking that the church has surrendered to the forces of multiculturalism and then Michael Nazir-Ali, the Bishop of Rochester goes ahead and criticises Muslims.

He criticised many Muslims for their “dual psychology”, in which they desire both “victimhood and domination”.

In the most outspoken critique of Muslims by a church leader, Michael Nazir-Ali, the Bishop of Rochester, said that because of this view it would never be possible to satisfy all their demands.

“Their complaint often boils down to the position that it is always right to intervene when Muslims are victims, as in Bosnia or Kosovo, and always wrong when the Muslims are the oppressors or terrorists, as with the Taliban or in Iraq,” said Nazir-Ali.

“Given the world view that has given rise to such grievances, there can never be sufficient appeasement and new demands will continue to be made.”

What an unusual display of sincere honesty from a member of the Church. It’s just a pity he won’t be doing anything to stop it like joining a political party like the BNP.

Nick Griffin said far less than what that Bishop said and he is on trial for it. Will the bishop be put on trial?

Hat tip Archbishop Cranmer.

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Is there a lawyer in the house?

I have a few questions for those lawyer types.

At present you can only stand for election when you reach the age of 21 but recently the government has passed the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations which makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees, trainees or job seekers because of their age and ensure that all workers, regardless of age, have the same rights in terms of training and promotion.

Technically someone running to be an elected official is a job seeker so therefore if someone who was running to be an elected official was under 21 and they were banned from running it would surely mean that is illegal and that person under the age of 21 can sue the government?

Does anyone know if the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations nullifies the law on the age of candidates at elections? If not, why not?

Friday, November 03, 2006

Blog of the week

On this blog there is going to be a change on this blog to the bit you all love. I am changing the Blog of the month. Don’t worry. It’s not going anywhere, it’s just changing slightly.

From today there will be a blog of the week. At the end of the month I will decide which of the four blogs will get the honour of being blog of the month.

There are now three entries for links for this blog. Under the third links bit are those none blogs and blogs that never actually won the blog of the month because I thought it was important that I linked to them before the actual blog of the month day came up.

Now let’s get on with it…

The blog of the week for this week is Dr Rant which is 7 doctors ranting on the general state of the NHS.

I particularly like his post he made today which you can read here.

Fish to become extinct

has to protect its fishing industry, despite warnings stocks could be virtually wiped out by 2048, the UK fisheries minister has said.

Ben Bradshaw said the warning, issued by scientists on Thursday, represented the world's biggest environmental challenge after global warming.

So, Mr Bradshaw are we going to be getting out of the European Union so that we are no longer signed up to the Common Fisheries Policy which would stop foreign fisherman from coming into British waters?

Wouldn’t it be best to only allow British fisherman to fish in British waters? You know the more fishermen there is the less fish there will be in the future but you already know that don’t you?

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Veiled woman refused bus transport

A MUSLIM woman was prevented from getting on a bus in Greater Manchester because she would not remove her veil.

The 22-year-old Manchester University student from Oldham says other passengers laughed when the driver refused to let her on because he could not check her identity with her bus pass.

Now the driver's bosses at First Manchester are to meet with their trade association, the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT), to seek advice on how to deal with the problem if other passengers with photo passes refuse to lift their veils.

Why seek advice? They did exactly the right thing.

The student, who didn't want to be named, tried to board the 59 bus to Oldham.

She said: "It is understandable because the driver has his duty, although he said it in quite a rude manner. It wasn't nice and other passengers were laughing.

"Bus drivers should be told how to deal with this situation. The veil is my choice and my religious duty. I am willing to go in and help the company so everyone knows what to do."

Yes. It is your CHOICE. If you don’t want to show your face I have a compromise. Give up your bus pass so you don’t need to show your face and confirm who you are. Deal?

The intifada intensifies

Symbols of the French state French state, including policemen, firemen and postmen, are under intensified attack from disaffected youths as the country faces the worst race relations crisis in its history.

Hardly a night passes without gangs — many of them from immigrant families — attacking police cars, buses and emergency rescue teams.

Yesterday, the weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur published a confidential report drawn up by a public service trade union, the CGT, containing scores of eye-witness accounts of brutal attacks on public servants who work in the worst suburbs, or "banlieues", from gas board workers to staff from the electricity company.

Its publication follows the revelation that attacks on police have soared this year, with some 14 a day, and a growing number of incidents in which officers have been lured into ambushes.

This has prompted a warning that the day France witnesses the lynching of a policeman is not far off.

The CGT report painted a graphic picture of violence: blocks of cement dropped on paramedic crews; washing machines pushed off balconies on to fire engines; electricity company agents too scared to cut off customers who have not paid bills, after being attacked with knives, guns and fists.

Nicolas Sarkozy, the interior minister and favourite to be the Centre-Right candidate for the French presidency next year, said the violence, which left scores of businesses in ruins and nearly 10,000 cars burned, was above all "territorial". Gangs were trying to seize control of a piece of territory, "and rule it by force", Mr Sarkozy said in an interview with Le Point magazine.

If I was the leader of France and a policeman was lynched that would be an official declaration of war for me. I would blockade the areas affected then send my air force in during about 8pm when it is dark and the lights are still on and just bomb them for 2 hours. They wanted a war, they can have one then.

There would be refugees of course that would flood out because they wouldn’t want to be killed. Those that rush out would be held in holding camps indefinitely. Those that stay will have their electricity and gas cut off with nothing going in for 2 weeks so that means no food. The army would then be sent in to restore order if it needed to be restored and round up everyone still living there and taking them to the holding camps.

Those in the holding camps would be told they can leave whenever they want but cannot live in France anymore. Those that choose to live outside of France can leave. They will be taken to the airport after being quickly investigated and put on a flight.

Those that choose to stay will face a lengthy investigation to see if they had taken part in any criminal activity. If there isn’t anything found they will be let go.

That is an extreme policy but those immigrants seem to think they can do anything they want. France is not the cesspool that they or their parents came from. If they want to act like animals they should be sent to the jungle.

Family breakdowns responsible for antisocial behaviour

Britain's teenagers are among the most badly behaved in Europe, a study by a think-tank has suggested.

On every indicator of bad behaviour - drugs, drink, violence, promiscuity - the UK was at or near the top, said the Institute for Public Policy Research.

The institute looked at the results of a number of studies of adolescents conducted in recent years.

The researchers believe the country's record can be explained by a collapse in family and community life in the UK.

If the breakdown of the family is the reason then we obviously need to do something to keep the family together and build a better life around the community.

My suggestions:

1. Harder to get divorces

2. When divorces do happen no money will change hands. You will leave the marriage with as much money and assets as you entered unless it was the other partner’s fault.

3. A tax cut if you live with your children and the other parent of the child.

4. Priority council housing for families with children

5. Free youth clubs

6. Free trips organised by the local council during the summer holidays for all the family. If all the family don’t attend then they have to pay if they want to go.

I can’t think of anything else. Anyone got any suggestions?

10% of crime committed by immigrants

A tenth of all crime in some parts of Britain is now committed by eastern European immigrants, shocking new figures reveal.

Police figures for the worst-affected areas show one in ten of all those arrested have come to the UK from the eight former Soviet states which joined the EU in 2004 - sending a massive wave of 600,000 immigrants flocking to this country.

The figures emerged as a leaked Whitehall memo warned of an eastern European crime explosion on Britain's streets once Romania and Bulgaria become the latest states to join the EU in two months time.

The secret Cabinet Office paper sent to Tony Blair and senior ministers highlights the risk of a sharp rise in street violence, people-trafficking, prostitution, cash-machine thefts and fraud.

The document claims that Romanian crime gangs are behind an astonishing "80-85 per cent" of cash machine crime in Britain - even before the country joins the EU.

Romania and Bulgaria have a combined population of 30million, and it is estimated that up to 600,000 could head for Britain when they gain free movement within the EU on January 1 - including 45,000 known "undesirables" with links to crime.

I don’t have the figures for 2005 but in 2004 there were 5.6 million incidents of crime, which means that foreigners commit 560,000 crimes

According to official figures there are 1.5 million immigrants in this country. Lets say that crime decreased to 5 million and 500,000 of it was done by immigrants (to make it easier for me). This would mean that for every 3 immigrants there is a crime committed.

Are open boarders worth it when all we get is the worst people mankind can offer?

Clock change 'would save lives'

Hundreds of lives would be saved if Britain's whole time system was shifted forward an hour, say council leaders.

The Local Government Association wants winter to be GMT +1, equivalent to British Summer Time. Summer, under the proposals, would be GMT +2.

Campaigners for change believe lighter evenings would make the roads safer for children and cyclists.

But any move to change the time system would be likely to face fierce opposition in Scotland.

In Scotland there would be concern over darker mornings affecting children on their way to school.

Once again it seems our government isn’t very creative. This Scottish problem could be solved easily.

Why not let head teachers decide the hours their school runs from so if in it is going to be dark Scottish schools those head teachers could decide to start their school at 10am and finish at 5pm.

Problem solved. All that is needed is for schools to decide their own times.

If only politicians were like me, there would actually be creative policies that would solve problems.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

BNP case adjourned

The trial of Nick Griffin and Mark Collett for speaking the truth adjourned was adjourned until Friday. The usual assorted red freaks tried to disrupt the trial by trying to tamper with potential jurors by giving them leaflets about the ‘evilness’ of the BNP.

The hypocrites of ‘anti-fascist’ brigade got their students to pass the BNP lines en masse chanting. "Nazi scum - get off our streets"

I thought we were the Nazis? Aren’t the BNP the ones supposed to be telling certain people to get off the streets?