January 2007 roundup
At the end of last year I did an end of year report blogging about what had happened during the year. I liked it so much that I have decided to do a monthly one. So here goes…
At the start of the year the European
In an effort to show they care the government decided to unveil their new boarder police but they forgot to say that half of the boarder police will be desk workers.
Our ever diminishing military became smaller when the government decided to halve the size of the navy but atleast they are trying to retain soldiers by making them and their families homeless if they actually leave which is a bit dumb considering our troops are less equipped than the Estonians.
There were calls for the ‘BNP ballerina’ to be sacked for being vocal in her opinions. No one told the hacks that she became vocal only after she was outed as a BNP member.
It emerged that
Blair decided he was sick of not being able to catch criminals and put them in prison so decided to go after people that haven’t even committed crimes and punish them instead. This was all happening as prison officers were told to create a "cosy, friendly atmosphere" by letting prisoners control the prisons and paying foreign prisoners to go home if they wanted to but only 52 wanted to go home.
While we don’t have enough prison places, money that could have went towards them went to redesigning prison toilets to make them more Islam friendly.
Whites were found to be discriminated against in the education system when it was shown that none white education had an extra £178 million spent on it than white education. Is it any wonder that truancy is at its highest since 1994?
The Act of
Everyone knew the government was lying about everything so we weren’t surprised when MI6 stated the obvious.
40% of Muslims were found to be radical which was found to be no different than last year.