Thursday, May 31, 2007

Blog of the month

The blog of the month this month is Falkirk BNP with 227 votes.

In second place was UK News and Politics with 211 votes.

Third place goes to Pommygranate with 11 votes.

Last place goes to Mr Chalk with 1 vote.

Congratulations to Falkirk BNP.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Prisoners get free personal trainers

While law abiding people like you and me have to pay for our very own personal instructors it seems that overweight prisoners are being given them free.

The scheme costs £400,000 and is meant to help those prisoners that are being bullied. Well BOO HOO! If they don’t like being bullied the fatties shouldn’t commit crime. Prisons are meant to punish not act like a free spa for the scum of the earth.

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Blogger awards

James Higham of Nourishing Obscurity is considering doing a blog awards for all the blogosphere. You can read about it here.

At the moment he is asking for suggestions for award categories. Please go over and suggest one.

Innocent man must pay rent

This country wouldn’t be out of place in the twilight zone. I’m serious. According to the government the innocent must be punished more than the guilty IF the guilty are even punished at all.

Just take the case of Warren Blackwell who was sent to prison for 3 years for a rape he never committed.

He was finally found to be innocent and what does the government do? The parasites charge him £6800 for board and lodging while they don’t charge guilty criminals anything.

He was not guilty and he did not choose to be there so why on earth should he be charged anything? If anything the woman who accused him should pay the £6800.

Monday, May 28, 2007

3000 foreign criminals won't be deported

Up to 3,000 foreign criminals will be released from prison on to
Britain's streets without any attempt to deport them, Government papers have revealed.

A note sent to probation staff says as few as 250 convicts from European countries will face even preliminary deportation proceedings every year.

It pins the blame on an EU directive which rules that committing a serious crime is no longer sufficient grounds for removal.

Neither is the Government's desire to deter other foreign nationals from committing a crime in this country.

As a result, the vast bulk of the estimated 3,300 European criminals released from British jails each year - including burglars, thieves and muggers - will simply walk free.

The revelation undermines the promise made by Tony Blair to tackle the problem in the wake of the foreign prisoner scandal last year.

He said: "It is now time that anybody who is convicted of an imprisonable offence and who is a foreign national is deported."

This is yet another reason why we should get out of the EU immediately. We should be deporting these criminals and not let them wonder our streets in the hope that they won’t commit another crime. These people are not citizens and we owe them nothing. They should be deported.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Who should be blog of the month?

Which blog should be blog of the month? Should it be Falkirk BNP? Should it be UK News and Politics? Should it be Mr Chalk or should it be Pommygranate?

The poll is on the side bar.

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is Pommygranate.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Let him in!

It is not often I welcome immigration especially immigrants that will be a burden on Britain by taking medical care and tax money but I think we can make an exception for Tul Bahadur Pun who is an elderly man living in Nepal who helped this country in world war 2 so much he won the Victoria Cross in 1944 for single-handedly charging a Japanese position in Burma under heavy fire.

In an "exemplary" 18 year Army career he won 10 more medals, risking his life in Malaysia, India and Hong Kong, and served several tours of duty in Britain.

I think he should be allowed to spend his last remaining days in this country. He deserves our help. This man, who helped our country out now lives in poverty and is getting only £132 per month for risking his life for the freedom of this country. That is disgraceful.

He should be told he can spend his last years in this country as long as he promises not to bring any family with him.

Government lied to public and pope is catholic

FOUR times as many
murderers and paedophiles have been on the loose in Britain than MPs were told just four months ago.

Police minister Tony McNulty admitted yesterday that a staggering 2,198 sexual and serious offenders with foreign criminal records were not put on police records.

Home Secretary John Reid had told the Commons in January that the figure was only 540.

Blundering Home Office officials revealed in a report yesterday that they had DELIBERATELY underestimated the numbers involved.

Do you know what this means? Our government is deliberately lying to us about how incompetent they are. It’s weird how these things come out just three weeks after the council elections…

92,000 immigrants claiming benefits

ALMOST 92,000 Eastern Europeans who came to
Britain looking for work are claiming tens of millions of pounds in state handouts.

The flood of migrants cashing in on benefits is costing the taxpayer at least £102 million a year.

And the bill will rise further as figures showed yesterday that 660 Eastern Europeans – more than 4,500 a week – are coming to the UK every day.

The daily count includes 116 Romanians and Bulgarians who have flocked here since they joined the European Union in January. And in a devastating attack on Labour’s open-door policy, business leaders yesterday warned that the flood of migrants is leaving hundreds of thousands of school leavers out of work.

David Frost, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: “The Government must understand that migration is not a long-term solution to the tragic skills shortages that many young people have.

“More than half a million people aged 18 to 24 are presently out of work, yet no one seems to notice due to the number of jobs that have been filled by so many willing migrant workers.

“This is unsustainable and we are in danger of creating a two-tier society, with many going straight from school to a life on welfare.”

Meanwhile, more than a million immigrants have been given British passports since Labour came to power in 1997.

I thought we were told that immigrants were here to benefit us not take our tax money in welfare payments. Only citizens should be given any sort of welfare. If they can’t survive without benefits they should be deported immediately.

The BNP and I have been saying they were taken our jobs for years. Now it seems people are listening but because it is the young people no one is caring. You should start caring because these people can vote and do you know who these people are going to vote for when they see there is only one party that is prepared to do anything for them about the problem? They will be voting BNP when they wake up.

Monday, May 21, 2007

More protests against new BNP councillors

When Sadie Graham went to take up her seat after being elected as councillor the UAF organised a protest against her.

She is not the only new BNP councillor that had a protest staged against her. When Councillor Michael Simpkins tried to take up his rightful place in the council chamber he was mobbed by angry protesters chanting "Bad for you, bad for me, stop the racist BNP".

Home Information Packs and the EU

A last-ditch bid to halt the introduction of Home Information Packs (HIPs) takes place in the House of Lords tomorrow.

Conservative front bench spokesman Baroness Hanham will urge the Government to revoke the controversial packs which are compulsory from June 1.

From that date it will be illegal to sell a property either through an estate agent, privately, on an internet site or through a newspaper advertisement without first compiling a HIP, costing between £300 to £1,000.

Lady Hanham will urge peers on all sides to back the motion which although not "fatal," would, if passed, underline growing concerns among many industry professionals over HIPs.

An HIP must contain information about the sale including title deeds and planning searches, plus an Energy Performance certificate which will involve a home assessment by an inspector.

Unfortunately even if the House of Lords votes against the introduction of Home Information Packs it will amount to bugger all. Want to know why? Well I will tell you. It’s because it is a European Union directive and their laws are superior to our laws. We have no choice in the matter.

If you want more information you can read this Parliamentary Question Time debate on the matter from 2006:

Mr. Pickles: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Surrey Heath (Michael Gove) of 9 October 2006, Official Report, column 367W, on energy performance certificates, whether an energy performance certificate will be required before a property owner can (a) privately let a domestic dwelling and (b) renew any existing rent agreement that was signed before the implementation of EU directive 2002/91/EC. [95810]

Yvette Cooper: EU directive 2002/91/EC, the energy performance of buildings directive, requires member states to introduce measures that require energy performance certificates to be made available when buildings are constructed, sold or rented out. Private rentals are included in the scope of the directive, which must be fully implemented by January 2009.

There ya go. We cannot over rule them and if we attempt to do it we will be fined for doing so if we haven’t introduced it by 2009.

Hat tip: Speakout

Hodge: BNP is right

Looks like Labour are panicking over the rise of the BNP. Hodge has said that immigrants should be last in the housing queue, something that the BNP have been saying for years. It’s a relief to know that she is finally catching up with what the BNP have been saying even if it is many years too late.

Hat tip: Battle For Britain

Sunday, May 20, 2007

A none smoking cell please

Prisoners will have a choice of ''smoking'' and ''no smoking'' cells when the ban on smoking in public places comes in on July 1.

Cells are exempted from the ban because they are classed as an inmate's home.

Governors will have to shuffle inmates around to ensure smokers and non-smokers are kept apart and ventilation will have to be installed in cells which do not have windows that open. Officers will not be required to enter a cell if they have seen a prisoner is smoking, unless there is an emergency.

Great. The taxpayer will have to pay for this just so prisoners can be comfortable. They shouldn’t even be allowed to smoke.

I have a question. If a cell is classed as an inmate’s home then surely this means that the prison officers will have to get a warrant to search the premises? Will they be allowed to smoke marijuana in their homes?

Victim faces jail while criminals get fines

What the hell is happening to this country? Why are good people facing prison time while criminals get low fines? That is what is happening. Just ask Jacob Smyth who chased after two thugs who stole from his shop. He then got in a fight with them and is now in hospital. He faces 6 months in prison while the thieves get £80 fines even though they went back to steal more when Mr Smyth was in hospital. How is that justice?

Is it any wonder shoplifting has increased when the shoplifters don’t even face prison time for committing crime? All they face is an on the spot fine.

Pensioners treated like dirt

Once again it emerges that our pensioners are being treated like dirt by the Nu Labour regime. More 900,000 pensioners can’t even afford the necessities of living thanks to Labour. This includes heating their home. Almost 1 million are unable to do even that.

In addition, more than 800,000 pensioners lack household appliances such as refrigerators and washing machines, according to research by the retirement finance and property specialist Homewise.

When it comes to healthcare you can forget about it especially if you are disabled. Well you can if the experiences of Evelyn Beale are anything to go by. She was forced to spend the night on a park bench after she was discharged at 2.45am after being given the choice of being arrested or being discharged. She had no money and no way of getting home. She couldn’t even walk far because of her disability

"I worked from the age of 13 and paid into the NHS and this is how I'm treated. It's appalling. I thought things would get better with this Government and they just get worse.

Thankfully she won’t be voting Labour again. She can see things are becoming worse.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

MPs place themselves above the law

MPs were accused last night of putting themselves "above the law" after voting to be exempt from their own Freedom of Information (FoI) rules.

By 96 votes to 25, the Commons approved controversial plans put forward by the former Tory chief whip David Maclean to exempt Parliament from the FoI regime.

The move - backed by 78 Labour MPs and 18 Conservatives - would potentially allow them to refuse to disclose full details of their expenses claims.

Both the Labour and Tory front benches have claimed that, as essentially a "matter for Parliament", they are neutral on the issue.

This is an act of betrayal by our elected representatives. They claim they need it so that letters between constituents and MPs will not be published but they already have a law protecting that. I think the Data Protection Act is that law.

How did your MP vote? Go here and see. If your MP voted in favour of this you can punish them at the next election. My MP never even bothered to turn up for the vote. I will not forget that.

We should have every right to know what our representatives are getting up to and what they are spending OUR money on. If they don’t like being held accountable we should elect someone who does.

Friday, May 18, 2007

UAF demonstrate against democracy

The Great unwashed, those haters of democracy, the UAF decided to stage a protest against the democratic election of Sadie Graham, the newly elected councillor for Brinsley Ward.

Maybe they should go to Brinsley and protest against their democratic right to choose a representative of their choice? I am glad the UAF aren’t in charge. It’s ironic that they are called Unite Against Fascism but they are the real fascists and I am not sure that they realise it yet.

Labour destroying Post Offices

Labour was accused yesterday of masterminding the "near certain death of the village post office."

In a bitter blow, it confirmed plans to close down 2,500 post offices over the next 18 months.

It is the numerical equivalent of shutting down every single branch of Tesco, Waitrose and B&Q combined.

By the end of next year, nearly 40 per cent of all post offices open when Labour came to power will have been axed.

In 1997, there were just over 19,000. By the end of this closure programme, there will be about 11,800.

The closures will be devastating for villages where the post office is often the last remaining shop.

More than half of post offices are in rural locations, typically contained within a newsagent or small food shop.

The main Government business which has gone is the payment of pensions, child benefit, the renewal of TV licences and the E111 health insurance documents.

Where pensions were previously collected at post offices, they are now paid directly into bank accounts.

Maybe it’s time to do something else with Post offices. Even if it isn’t profitable in rural communities we should keep them open. Community welfare will always be more important than profits.

I don’t know much about the issue but it seems to me that what is killing the Post Office is competition, especially from banks. There have been a lot of complaints about banks lately, about them conning customers and over charging them for different things. Why can’t the Post Office double as a bank? People will have more choice. The Post Office will give fairer deals and the banks will have to respond to this new competition by slashing their rates and becoming fairer. If not the Post Office would become the dominant bank especially if it had branches in rural communities where banks don’t generally locate. You then solve two problems with one solution.

Like I said I don’t know much about this issue. Does anyone have any criticisms?

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is Mr Chalk

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Police urge end to target culture

(Reuters) - Frontline police urged the government on Tuesday to change its "target culture" which it said appeared to be more about number-crunching than catching serious criminals.

The Police Federation, which represents 130,000 rank-and-file officers, produced a list of arrests officers were forced to make because of a loss of discretion under pressure to meet targets.


Officers have detained a child for throwing buns at a bus and a pensioner for trimming a neighbour's hedge too vigorously.

At its annual conference in Blackpool, the federation is to warn that targets are diverting detectives from serious cases, and that judging officers purely on how many arrests, cautions or on-the-spot fines they can deliver is making a mockery of the criminal justice system.

The dossier of incidents includes:

* A man from Cheshire who was cautioned by police for being "found in possession of an egg with intent to throw".

* A child in Kent who removed a slice of cucumber from a sandwich and threw it at another youngster and was arrested because the other child's parents claimed it was assault.

More stupidity can be read here.

What we need is elected police commissioners. The only person that could give the police targets then would be elected police commissioners. The government would have no power over the police so they would be able to get on with the job of protecting society and not arresting people for stupid things.


Tax to rise to deal with immigration

COUNCIL tax could have to rise because of a massive underestimate in the number of immigrants coming to the UK, the Government was warned yesterday.

We can’t say we weren’t warned about this because we were warned last year about it and we did nothing. I am having a hard time finding any benefits to this type of immigration. Maybe the nation wreckers can show me any info?

Monday, May 14, 2007

Eco-town idea already exists

This passed week Gordon Brown came out and said that he wants to create eco towns which would be environmentally friendly. What he hasn’t told us is that it wasn’t his idea and some of the areas where he wants them have already been chosen to be eco towns before he even came up with it.

Ellee Seymour has the story.

Immigrants causing financial crisis

An invasion of Romanian gipsy orphans has left a British town facing financial crisis.

Since Romania joined the EU on January 1, nearly 90 children from the poverty-stricken country have arrived on the steps of the town hall in Slough pleading for help.

The children, from the Roma community, do not arrive with adults, though some are as young as ten. Six have come with babies of their own while seven have been pregnant.

They have apparently made the journey across Europe unaccompanied.

The council is obliged to look after under-18s - providing them with accommodation, food and schooling - and the cost of caring for them is soaring.

The borough council has so far spent £150,000 setting up an emergency team to assist the children.

Most have only a rudimentary grasp of English, meaning the council has had to employ two Roma translators.

David Munkley, the council's commissioner for education, said: "For those we are currently supporting it will cost the council around £500,000 over the full year. That includes costs such as accommodation, food and clothing."

Why don’t we send the lot back to Romania and tell Romania to take care of their own people? It wouldn’t be difficult. The EU would probably over rule our government though but I am sure we could make a case saying they were obviously kidnapped so must be returned to their own country.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Asylum seekers stay for being too violent

HUNDREDS of failed asylum seekers have been allowed to stay in
Britain because they were so rowdy that airlines refused to take them back to their own countries.

Ministers have admitted they have had to abort attempts to deport more than a thousand asylum seekers in the last two years because they became so aggressive they posed a safety threat to fellow passengers.

They had to be returned to detention in the UK and in some cases could only be successfully removed from the country when accompanied by in-flight escorts, costing the taxpayer thousands of pounds a time.

The scale of Britain's problem with "air-rage" asylum seekers emerged last night, as immigration experts revealed would-be deportees regularly scream and lash out, attack cabin crew and even strip naked on planes in a desperate bid to delay the end of their dreams of staying in the UK.

Home Office ministers have put pressure on airlines, and even drawn up plans to charter their own high-security deportation flights in recent years, to prevent anyone getting in the way of government targets to deport more asylum seekers than are allowed into the country every month.

But Home Secretary John Reid has now admitted the rate of aborted removals has reached an all-time high, with more than 10 failed asylum seekers every week dodging deportation.

Reid said: "During the past two years there have been 1,173 occasions when attempts to remove detained people have failed due to disruptive behaviour on their part. If a detainee cannot be removed due to their disruptive behaviour they are returned to detention and arrangements are made to remove them as soon as possible with in-flight escorts."

My solution: Sedate them until they reach their destination then if they have any property with them (money, watches, extra clothes) confiscate it to pay for any damage caused.

Cherie Blair opens her mouth

Cherie Blair last night made her first foray into British politics since her husband announced he was standing down as Prime Minister by attacking the Government for sending pregnant women to jail.

In what will be interpreted as Mrs Blair's first attempt to stake out her own political credo even before the couple leave Downing Street, the human-rights lawyer has warned that sending mothers to prison increases the risk of their children turning to criminality later in life.

I hope this idea is treated like the idiotic idea that it is. How many turn to crime because they know that the law is a soft touch and basically can’t do anything to them? How will this not affect the child into think that they can get away with anything like their mother did?

If you are pregnant and you do not want to go to prison the simple solution is don’t break the law. Once they have the baby in prison they can give it to the father to look after. Simple solution isn’t it? If they don’t know who the father is or they can’t find the father for whatever reason maybe the baby and society will be better off with the baby brought up in foster care.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Race crime decreases in Dagenham

Anti BNPers constantly parrot the line that whenever the BNP achieves electoral success in an area race hate crime also increases. Nationalist News has found otherwise showing that race crime is down by just over 15%.

Cameron woos the Muslim vote

It appears that Labour isn’t the only ones desperate for the Muslim vote. Cameron is too. In attempting to woo the Muslim vote Cameron has hit a new low. He has been living with a Muslim family for a few days.

He posted his account on his own blog here.

By his account you can tell that he wasn’t with a real Muslim. What were they doing in the local pub? Aren’t Muslims against alcohol?

It’s hard to over-emphasise the importance of language. I know it sounds like a side issue, but it isn’t. We are just not getting this right. Every time the BBC or a politician talks about “Islamist terrorists” they are doing immense harm (and yes I am sure I have done this too, despite trying hard to get this right.) Think of Northern Ireland – “IRA terrorist” was fine because it marked them out as part of a terrorist group, Catholic terrorists would have been a disaster. Yet that is the equivalent of what we are doing now..

I see Cameron is not aware that the IRA was not fighting on behalf of Catholicism but Islamic terrorists are fighting on behalf of Islam. If Cameron has not figured that out yet he really lacks basic judgement and should never be Prime Minister.

Hat tip: Pub Philosopher

Promote race relations or close

Schools with large numbers of white pupils may be taken over or closed if they fail to promote race relations and links between different religious groups, according to Government guidance.

Those in rural areas or leafy suburbs should be twinned with ethnically mixed schools in the inner city, it suggests.

Christian faith schools should strike up partnerships with Muslim and Jewish institutions, while other community schools should organise more trips to churches, mosques and synagogues. In a move designed to stop children drifting toward extremism, all schools will have a legal duty from September to break down barriers and promote "community cohesion".

Jim Knight, the schools minister, said yesterday the rules would be enforced by Ofsted, which has the power to sack the governing body or recommend closure if schools fail to comply.

So it doesn’t matter if schools are doing what they are meant to be doing and getting them good grades and preparing them to be productive citizens? Mixing with people from other races has suddenly become more important than education.

Why can’t the idiots in government realise that community cohesion and multiculturalism are polar opposites? Do they not realise this?

When it comes to drifting towards extremism surely white schools shouldn’t be concerned especially when it is only Muslims trying to blow us up at present?

Thursday, May 10, 2007

50,000 a month

The number of visitors from Eastern
Europe has risen by a quarter since Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU, a Government survey has revealed.

The first count taken since the beginning of the year shows there were around 50,000 arrivals each month from the two new members.

The count, at ports and airports, suggests that warnings of a new flood of immigrants could be coming true.

In the first three months of 2006 the number of visitors from Eastern Europe - the eight countries including Poland that came into the EU in April 2004 - was 540,000.

But in the first three months of this year, after Romania and Bulgaria joined, the number rose to 680,000, an increase of 25 per cent.

In March 2007 some 230,000 visitors arrived from the member countries of Eastern Europe, 57,000 more than in the same month last year.

Can the people who want mass immigration not see what damage this will do to the country? We already have a housing shortage. Getting more people to come to this country is irresponsible. We do not need them.

Mass immigration causes nothing but problems from crime to housing shortages. Anyone who thinks mass immigration is good needs mental help.

Blair announces leaving date

Blair has finally announced when he is stepping down. It took him long enough. I would have preferred assassination but this is acceptable.

Now the traitorous Labour party have to find a new Leader as Blair and 2 shags… I mean Prescott are both leaving. The odds are that Gordon Brown, the one who sold all that gold for a 20 year low price will be the leader. On the bright side I can’t imagine things getting much worse in the next few months.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is UK News and Politics.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Elected Healthcare Commissioners

The day-to-day running of the NHS should be separated from national politics to ensure its long-term future, doctors' leaders recommended today.

The British Medical Association (BMA) suggested a written constitution overseen by an independent board of governors, that would include a charter explaining what the public can expect from the NHS and what is expected of them.

The constitution would also retain the core values of the NHS while incorporating new ones such as a commitment to research.

I agree that government should have no say in the day to day running of the NHS but I don’t think it should be run by a board of governors. I think Healthcare Commissioners should be elected for the NHS. I have two options for elections:

1. Apparently there are about 700 hospitals (I worked it out myself by reading this). They would be elected by the people in the catchment area and would be responsible for not just the hospital but the healthcare system in the catchment area so this would include dentists and doctors’ surgeries.

2. Healthcare commissioners would be elected on a county basis. This would number around 86 seeing as there are 86 counties in Britain. They would be responsible the healthcare system in the county so this would include dentists and doctors’ surgeries.

Whichever way that they are elected individually they would set wage levels of NHS staff and manage the day to day running of the area that they are responsible for. It would be then split up into 4 countries. They would each go to a ‘Health Assembly’ (can’t think of a better name) in their respective countries about 6 times per year where they will discuss NHS policy and most crucially of all set the NHS tax rate and decide how much each area will get in NHS funding. That’s right. The tax for the NHS will also be taken out of the hands of government and given to these Healthcare Commissioners. They Health Assembly would also be responsible for new drugs

When the budgets are set for each hospital it will be up to each Healthcare Commissioner to stay within budget so paying NHS a lot might be a bad idea

If the Healthcare commissioners are doing a bad job the electorate will be able to hold them to account and get rid of them.

I am starting to favour option 2 as there would be less of them which would make it easier to discuss NHS matters. 700 would mean we have something like our present Parliament and when it comes to the NHS I don’t want that.

Seeing as the government won’t be running the NHS a whole heap of civil servant jobs would disappear, meaning that the NHS would save money. The only thing that the Department of Health would be concerned about is research into health so most of the employees (probably 95%) could be let go.

Seeing as the Healthcare assembly would be responsible for new drugs they will decide how they are licensed and what kind of procedures the pharmaceutical companies will have to go through which might bring down the cost of drugs if they don’t have such stringent rules as we presently do which would save even more money.

Monday, May 07, 2007

Police deal with Romanian crime wave

Police officers have been handed a special translation guide to help them deal with Romanian crime suspects, it emerged yesterday.

The initiative has been introduced to tackle a crime-wave involving East European thieves and pickpockets who are targeting London's West End.

Since Romania joined the EU in January, thefts and handbag snatches have soared as organised crime gangs and beggars trawl the streets in the hunt for cash and valuables.

When stopped by police, most Romanian suspects claim they cannot speak English - hindering investigations into their activities.

Up to date crime figures were not available last night.

However in January, there were 545 pickpocket offences committed in Westminster, compared to 454 during the corresponding period last year.

On London's Tube system, there were 544 theft offences committed in January, compared to 494 in same month last year. Of 27 people arrested for pickpocketing offences on the underground during that month, 22 were of Eastern European origin.

Last July a leaked Home Office report suggested that up to 140,000 migrants from Romania and Bulgaria would head to Britain, including 45,000 potential criminals.

I thought these people were coming to better their lives? It looks like they are but at the expense of law and order. Can anyone tell me any benefits of large scale immigration?

4000 terrorism suspects in UK

Up to 4,000 terrorism suspects and their supporters are active in
Britain, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Stevens said yesterday.

Lord Stevens said the security service MI5 had recently suggested a figure of 2,000 but the true number was "probably nearer 4,000".

Police and MI5 were "still too underfunded and undermanned to cope with the task they face in the decades to come. And that's how long this will last," he said.

The "infection" had spread out from "hot spots" such as Luton, the West Midlands and Finsbury Park in London and those involved in the fertiliser bomb plot case which finished this week were "ordinary and British".

Lord Stevens also gave warning that al-Qa'eda-linked extremists were already trying to infiltrate the police and the security services and that dozens had already been weeded out.

If the “infection” has already spread out from hot spots and it will take decades to end it is common sense to think that it will spread around the whole country. If so we should be closing our borders to anymore and deporting the illegal immigrants which we have.

Whites treated like third class citizens

LUXURY household goods are being given to council tenants free of charge - if they are in "an ethnic minority".

State-of-the-art kitchen and bathroom gadgets are being dished out to those with "housing needs that are different from the British community".

Standard electric ovens will be replaced with posh gas cookers because some religions require that food is cooked over an open flame.

And showers will be added to baths because some religions forbid followers from sitting in stale water.

The astonishing policy - all paid for by YOU the taxpayer - has been approved by the Government. Every council in England and Wales now has a £50,000 "diversity fund". But only a fraction of the UK's council tenants is eligible for the freebies.

When are white people going to be given something? It seems that whites are treated like third class citizens in this country. When it comes to jobs whites are sacked by our own government for being white. When it comes to the education system ethnic minorities have £178 million more spent on them. Immigrant groups are even allowed to sit easier exams. They are even considering promoting ethnic minority police over white police who may have worked harder but just because they are white they are discriminated against. They are even trying to do the same in the private sector by forcing supermarkets to hire ethnic minorities instead of whites.

When exactly are white people going to be treated like equals?

Friday, May 04, 2007

I lost

Sadly I have not won the election that I was contesting. I ended up with 175 votes which allowed me to beat the Conservative and Lib Dem candidates. The ward looks like it is a good area to focus to get a councillor. If all goes well maybe next time I will be councillor.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

Just voted BNP

I have just been to vote. It was a very weird experience. I went with my dad and when we got there it wasn’t what I had imagined.

First of all I got to the voting booth and there was no curtain to close so people couldn’t see how I was voting (not that I was bothered). For some reason I had always imagined a voting booth would have a curtain. I then went to vote and I had to use a pencil. I would have thought that a pen would be better as there would be a decreased chance of electoral fraud seeing as no one can rub out ink.

One the way home I asked my dad who he voted for other than me. He said he voted for me and 2 Labour candidates but he didn’t know which ones such is the Labour or die mentality of my dad.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Vote BNP

Imagine a country where we elect our leaders in free and fair elections where there is no vote fraud. Imagine these elected leaders having limited power over us because of a bill of rights, unable to impose their will on us by stripping us of our freedom.

Imagine a country where citizens have regular referendums on areas that concern citizens. Imagine if citizens were the highest legislators of the land and those elected could not over rule them.

Imagine a country where the guilty are punished and our soldiers are made to feel like heroes.

Imagine a country that puts the needs of its elderly before those coming into the country who have never lived here before.

Imagine a country where all citizens have access to free healthcare and vulnerable citizens aren’t left alone for days on end in hospital left to fend for themselves.

Imagine a country where those that have been living in the country for years get priority for housing so they can start a family and bring their children up.

Imagine a country that actually helps workers and not leave them to be exploited by wealthy businessmen whose only loyalty is to their money.

Imagine a country which hires people based on their skill and not because of their race.

Can you imagine all that? Do you want it? Vote BNP! The only chance you have of getting a country like that is by voting BNP. Tomorrow go into that voting booth and vote BNP and be proud!

Immigration estimates wrong

Local councils are to carry out their own census-style checks on immigrant numbers because of glaring underestimates in official figures.

The councils, particularly in the South East, say that they do not get enough central government help with local services because the Office for National Statistics (ONS) is incapable of providing correct numbers. Because local immigrant populations are higher than the official estimates, Whitehall grants do not meet demands for housing, transport and other services and the councils are left struggling.

The ONS is updating its methods but the councils say it still wildly underestimates arrivals, particularly those from European Union accession countries.

The official figures are already very high but if the figures are even higher we could be looking at double or even triple the official figures. We just can’t cope. There should be an end to immigration at once atleast until we are able to manage all the immigrants.

Two years on; gang warfare continues

A GANG war has left a community living in fear of violence.

And a 54-year-old father who said his three sons were involved in the 'turf war' in Nelson has told of his worries that someone will be murdered before the trouble ends.

The dad said the gang wars among Asian youths had been escalating for more than two years.

He said his three sons, aged 18, 21 and 27, were all involved, but that they refused to speak to him about what was happening or how their injuries came about.

Nelson councillor Jamil Munir called for "prompt action" from police, and for those responsible to be put in jail.

He said: "I have lived here 36 years and never known anything as serious as this.

If this has been going on for more than 2 years why haven’t the police done anything about it? Surely they should know what’s happening by now and can stop it?

There is gang warfare in my area (you wouldn’t know it from the papers) but it probably isn’t as serious and the police are doing their best to stop it. Whats different about gang warfare where I am from is that the gang warfare is based around ‘postcode wars’ where gangs from one postcode fight another gang from another postcode (eg. TS6 fights TS11). The police quickly got a hold of the situation but it was partially because one gang had their own website with ‘forthcoming events’ (fights) listed. They now do it through text message which makes it harder for the police but they are still doing well.

Immigration leads to surge in gang violence

An influx of immigrants from violent countries is contributing to gang warfare, police have warned.

Scotland Yard said that asylum seekers and other migrants who had witnessed violence in their home countries were having a "disproportionate negative impact" on other youngsters here.

The report is the first official acknowledgment that refugees from war-torn and often lawless countries are at least partly responsible for an upsurge in gang violence.

Police have identified at least 171 gangs operating in London alone.

No figures are kept on the number of murders committed by youngsters from violent countries, such as Somalia or Kosovo. The Scotland Yard report, due to be presented to the Metropolitan Police Authority this week, finally confronts the issue.

The report, written by a Met assistant commissioner, also reveals that a "significant number" of the gang members arrested for gun violence are illegal immigrants.

I just love immigration and multiculturalism. They both create lawless societies and people wonder why the BNP are against it. Any person that could think for themself would be able to see this and anyone that could see this would vote BNP but sadly we have become a nation of sheep who follow whatever the papers tell us.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Blog of the week

The blog of the week this week is Falkirk BNP.

This week was very close. It was the closest it has ever been before with 3 other blogs almost winning. These blogs were Is there more to life than shoes (UKIP supporter), Norfolk Blogger (Lib Dem supporter) and Sheffield Nationalist (BNP supporter).

Good luck for next time.