Showing posts from June, 2009

Balls Talks Bollox and Squeals Like a Piggy.


Ex Second Home Sec Evades Prosecution.

Jacqui Smith fraud case dropped Plans for a private prosecution against former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith alleging fraud over her second home expenses claims have been dropped.Anthony Weaver, from Holborn, central London, alleged Ms Smith had defrauded the public purse by claiming her main residence was her sister's London home. She said her second home was her constituency home in Worcestershire. Mr Weaver, 62, said he would not proceed as he could not afford any possible future legal costs. He wanted to prosecute Ms Smith under Section 2 (1) of the Fraud Act 2006. Ms Smith, who resigned from her post earlier this month, has insisted she "fully abided" by the rules of second home claims. In May Mr Weaver applied for a summons before a district judge in Ms Smith's Redditch constituency alleging she defrauded the public purse of between £116,000 and £200,000. The judge adjourned the case and advised the self-employed tour operator to contact the Metropolitan Poli…

The Madness Continues.

Work on the two warships - HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales - had been delayed in December but was due begin soon.

A memorandum from the lead contractors seen by the BBC suggests there will "be a fight for the programme's survival". The memo also discusses ways to cut costs, including the possibility of 400 to 500 redundancies. Nursey is going to take your toys away Gordon. I really don't think you have any concept of the depth of the shit we are all now in, courtesy of you and and your loose hold on reality.

Building Britains Future?

Go play with your Farmy-farm set Gordon. This really isn't doing you any good.

Night out at The Gay Bar.

Brunstrom's New Chair.

They're all bloody at it FFS!
Britain's most controversial police chief is under fire again for spending police funds on a bardic chair for a poetry prize.The prestigious chair for this year's Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales cost £3,450 with another £750 given as prize money for the winning poet at the festival, being held at Bala in August.OI! Brunstrom! NO!!

The Ice Cream Man Cometh.


The New World Order incorporating the Bully State

From Dick Puddlecote:
"The big message is treat alcohol like tobacco ... not as a substance that is relatively benign except for those bad alcoholics. That is not true."
Remember that they have already set up the gullible British public into believing that there is no such thing as 'benign' smoking. You smoke, you will die - that's it. So, by extension, Gilmour is advocating not just moderation, but total abstention.

It's also worth mentioning that the 'Framework' he mentions in the piece is the World Health Organisation's 'Framework for Tobacco Control'. This is a document produced by an unelected body which is being adopted to excess by another unelected body, the EU Commission.

The European Commission says the current bar on smoking in enclosed public places does not go far enough. It says non-smokers in outdoor areas are still in danger from passive smoking.

It comes after a World Health Organisation report said ...
Did you vote for any of t…

Gordonomics. Keep Dipping Into A Dry Well.

Gordon Brown wants to set up a £60bn annual fund to help poor countries deal with climate change.He hopes it will break the deadlock over who will pay developing nations to adapt to the changing climate and who will help them obtain clean technology. Countries must reach a binding global agreement on carbon emission cuts at December's Copenhagen summit, he said. The summit is seen as the last chance to negotiate a successor to the Kyoto agreement, which expires in 2012. Environment and anti-poverty campaigners welcomed Mr Brown's remarks but said he and other leaders must deliver real financial support not merely "empty rhetoric".
And Now For The Truth. Albeit with a modicum of added BBC spin.
A cabinet minister has said cuts in public spending will be unavoidable after the next general election.Environment Secretary Hilary Benn told BBC Radio 4's Any Questions ministers would face some tough decisions. Mr Benn conceded his own Department for Environment, Food and …

Banned From Being English

Guthrum spoke thus:

This morning I have resigned from the Civic group I co founded because I received an email from the Chairman, on the eve of Armed Services day. This is the salient line.

The St Georges flag had connotations of association with far-right politics and that they felt very uncomfortable about this-

They were uncomfortable on having a flagpole at all, they were equally uncomfortable with the £2000 cost would detract from the fundraising for the Christmas Lights for shoppers.

To be told that my country's flag since 1545 has far-right connotations is an utter outrage, and anybody who has read my little duels with BNP supporters will know that I am not by any stretch of the imagination far-right, though I am not ashamed either of my English heritage. The easiest way that anything can be derided by these jokers as Dolly Draper tried is just to shout racist.


Well now mister chairman, I d…

England Speaks

From Good Night Vienna:

There'll be no more red hot pokers, heated by Mandelson & Blair, inserted up my fundament by Brown. I want to take the poker out of their hands and shove it up their own backsides.

Goodnight Vienna's south-going derriere has been roasted on an open spit once too often - and that's as close as any government is going to get. I don't care if I end up a toothless, old, foraging hag dressed in rags living on nettle soup spouting Shakespearean quotes & frightening the children: no government controls my life. Shit-for-brains-Brown, Mandelson and, yes, David Cameron: prepare to repel boarders.


Lord Elvis of Paisley. "Voice of The Resistance"

Lord Elvis has an Idea:

".....If you are aware of what is really going [on] in this country, then I ask you to please join me in creating something bigger than the sum of our parts. I am proposing that right-minded bloggers (like you!) join with me and help create a new multi-user blog to be called 'Voice Of the Resistance'.

Becoming a member of the Voice of the Resistance will not require much from anyone who wishes to freely contribute. It should not detract from your own personal blog, but may actually add to it's value. All we ask is that you post the occasional message on the Voice of the Resistance as well as on your own blog.What I am proposing in essence is a mutual defence initiative for right-thinking bloggers. If one of us is attacked, then that is an attack on all of us. Divided we are weak, together we are strong."Go to his place for contact details.


Don't go into teaching.

Fraser Nelson
Brown's strategy is to think no one will try to bog him down in detail so he freely can give out his Brownies - which include, but are not restricted to, outright lies. Brown was, of course, pathologically unable to admit he got anything wrong. (Even now, in private, he won't admit that the gold sale was a mistake - something is just wired up wrongly inside his head.)

Brown cannot ever bring himself to acknowledge when he made a mistake. Even a mistake as basic as that illustrated by the above graph.

Just For GOT.

Just Saying Like.

Mister Europe.

The Power Behind The Throne.

Gordon, The Plan Is Working.

Keep following those orders Gordon.
The public are really beginning to believe you are insane.

This Won't Save You Gordon.

The Prime Minister will be interviewed in Downing Street this week by Sally Magnusson, one of the regular presenters of the BBC's popular Songs Of Praise.
When the show – during which Mr Brown will speak about courage and the people who have inspired him – is broadcast next month the chosen hymns will include Be Still My Soul, Fight the Good Fight and Psalm 23, The Lord is My Shepherd.
Subrosa has an excellent piece on this, including "Gordon's Prayer" by Clarinda, in the comments.UPDATE: Just saw THIS on Pseudepigrapha's blog. Nearly larfed me tits orft.

A Message From GOT Please Help.

G.O.T. Needs Your Help YouTube have 'taken down' the video I posted 2 days ago due to some fucktard of a 'freedom of speech fucker' or other requesting to have it removed. What could possibly be offensive about it, for fuck's sake, all I'm doing is telling it how it really is and if the righteous freedom fucking fuckwits find that the truth hurts sometimes then too fucking bad.
After all, it appeared to be highly popular. The last time I checked it was in the top 5 videos on YouTube in the news and politics category.
I'm fucked if I'm going to be jerked around and have my right to freedom of speech curtailed by the two unelected man munchers, and their sycophantic arsewipes, that run this Country. More importantly why should the majority of people, who understandably think the same as me, be denied the freedom of choice to watch what they want, when they want?
So, here's the video once again available to be viewed by anyone who wishes to view it . . . .…

You take on the bloggers at your peril

Unmasking an anonymous blogger can ruin your reputation and threaten your careerAnna Mikhailova Last week the anonymous, many-headed beast of the blogosphere was once again stirred into full fury after a High Court judge allowed the naming of Horton, the serving police constable who wrote as Night Jack. Mr Justice Eady said blogging was a “public rather than a private activity” and Horton would not automatically be guaranteed anonymity just for writing under a pseudonym. Horton, whose vivid description of the day-to-day life of a copper had won the Orwell prize for political writing earlier this year, has received a written warning from his constabulary that some of his posts fell short of the professional standards expected of police officers. The backlash on the internet against the ruling has been ferocious. That’s not to say there have not been many well argued and engaging debates on the nature of anonymity and its benefits. (Rightly so: you have only to look at the…

Tony Wanted Secret Inquiry.

Tony Blair urged Gordon Brown to hold the independent inquiry into the Iraq war in secret because he feared that he would be subjected to a "show trial" if it were opened to the public, the Observer can reveal.Now There's A Surprise!

You Aren't Fooling Anyone Gordon.

Fraser Nelson Commenting on That Guardian Interview:

"The Tories have made, for them, a cardinal mistake in that they admitted the truth - that if you take 10% off the health service or schools or policing, you've cut into the jobs, the services, the expectations. The Conservatives' mask has slipped. They cannot be a centre ground party any more, they can't talk about being mainstream. The choice has become a lot clearer." But won't everyone have to cut public spending, as governments are forced to tighten their belts to pay off debt built up during the recession? "No. It's a myth. Public spending will continue to rise. It's in our figures. We've costed it, and you're paying more in top rate tax to pay for it."

This was a supposedly frank interview, where he slips in this lie. The Wednesday before last, he read out spending totals which, adjusted for inflation, show a cut. It's not a "myth" - it's not even a matter o…

I Could Walk Away Tomorrow says Gordon.

Gordon Brown has admitted that he has been "hurt" by the personal attacks on him during the failed attempt to oust him this month, and said that he might move to teaching after he leaves office.

"To be honest, you could walk away from all of this tomorrow," he said. "I'm not interested in what accompanies being in power. I wouldn't worry if I never returned to all those places - Downing Street, Chequers ... And it would probably be good for my children."

For the first time, the prime minister conceded he wished he had imposed a tougher regulatory regime on the banking system. but said he didn't want Britain to be outside the mainstream" and had been under heavy pressure to deregulate further. He also acknowledged that he "didn't know a lot about" banks buying up sub-prime mortgages during his period as chancellor, but argued that the global nature of modern banking meant such behaviour would "continue to happen".

900 Sacked.

Nearly 900 workers at the Lindsey oil refinery have been sacked, following unofficial strike action at the plant.About 1,200 contract workers walked out last week in a dispute over 51 redundancies. They claim an agreement not to cut any jobs had been broken. Total, who own the Lincolnshire plant, say no such agreement was in place.

A Step Too Far?

Gordon may inadvertently tell the truth with all this redacting going on.

One Sign of The Death of A Nation.

In times gone by there was a thriving hub of the community-the local pub. No surprise there then! For years the pub serviced the needs of the rather large community surrounding the building, Thursday nights saw a steady trickle of newly paid workers, eager to regale each other of the weeks activities workwise-thus far. Fridays were normally a day of arduous toil for these hungover grafters.

Friday night was 'lift off' night as all habituees had been paid, drinks flowed, happiness reigned, cash tills rang constantly and 'Beryl' (identity protected) was oft seen to disappear upstairs to bury another £200 in the safe.

Saturdays was a similar story with the exception that 'Beryl would shut on time but still be open, if you see what I mean ;-) .

'Harold', 'Beryls' other half, was a mountain of a man with not a violent bone in his body but nobody messed with 'big H'. It was an unwritten law of the district, he had the total respect of the local commu…

Anonymous Iran

Anonymous Iran

Supported by The Pirate Bay

The Pong Prolonged

Pretender To The Throne.

The Dynasty Goes On

Survived Attempted Coup

Pong Dynasty Continued

Usurped, Now Second In Command.

Emperor of The Pong Dynasty

That's All Folks.

A Tip For Gordon.

Transparent Enough For You Now?

Obey Labour.

Mike Smith on Labourspissed wants to subjugate the masses if they don't vote in the correct way.
The Government needs to expand on Yvette Cooper's announcement last week and start to entrench our values and policies in law to stop a potential Tory government undoing Labour’s achievements of the last decade.

From Old Holborn: See that? VALUES. They want to make their values the law. To me, that is the same as saying if you don’t believe in Labour policies, you are a criminal. It is thought crime. It had to happen. Labour detest everyone but themselves. They are not interested in what you want. They are only ever interested in what they want. Whether you like it or not, you WILL obey the Labour laws of the land

Labour's True Colours are Showing.

Email from Harriet Harman on behalf of the Liebore Party

Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 17:40:53 +0100
Subject: Something special is starting to happen

Dear Mr XXXXX,

We were all dismayed by the recent election results but because of the dismal backdrop something special is starting to happen. Since the election results came out, there has been an exceptional increase in the number of people joining the party. Hundreds are joining for the first time but many are, like you, former members. I wanted to share with you their reasons – and ask you to rejoin today.

Brendan from Durham said he joined because:
“You can’t ride the fence when the Tories and BNP are gaining power.”

Please rejoin us in this fight -

Silke from Guildford said:
“I have re-joined because the Tories will ruin this country.”

Please rejoin us in this fight -

Kevin from London said:
“As a former member abou…

Elf n Safety Innit.

Home-baking stalls at Dundee summer events.

A rant by By Nicola Barry, Press and Journal.

Nanny Gordon Brown says we are a bunch of fat, lazy consumerists, who attempt to thrive on sugar, salt, fat, alcohol and wheeze-inducing smoke.

Nanny says that, as a nation, we eat so much we can barely get through our own front doors without a crowbar. Nanny offers a motherly combination of compassion and a scolding finger, the ubiquitous jabbing forefinger – even if the facts she keeps pointing out are somewhat obvious, such as sugar makes you fat and too many gins make you drunk.

Nanny’s rules go on and on. You shouldn’t play conkers at school. Rugby is too tough for small boys. No pictures of children must ever be taken at the school panto.

You name it, some idiot, somewhere, has outlawed it.................................

Local authority and government employees, people who say they are public servants, who are paid with our council and income taxes, seem to think they know what is best for us. A…

Transparency in Brown Land.

Gordon Brown was facing an angry backlash last night over the Government's long-awaited inquiry into the Iraq War.Families of soldiers who died in the conflict and MPs from all main parties warned the Prime Minister it would be 'completely unacceptable' to hold the probe largely in private.IS THAT CLEAR GORDON?NO MORE BROWNWASHES OKAY.The Prime Minister will attempt to reassert his battered authority and win over Labour MPs and voters who have deserted the party this week by giving the go-ahead to an inquiry. An announcement is expected as soon as today.You have no authority. You gave it up to Mandy. Or did you forget that?

Who Will Save Us?

Ken Clarke says the Tories will not reopen negotiations on the EU Treaty if the Irish back it in a new referendum.

Well Kenny baby, I don't suppose that votes really matter now. Not after Mandelson completes his coup.

You might like to have a quick look over at Con Home and the comments therein, they seem to suggest that you should wash your ears out and listen to the screams of the electorate on the subject of Eeuwrope and it's dictatorial minions.

Fuck Europe, Fuck You and Fuck Mandelson, apparently.

Update: Calling England has better and more thoughtful take on this subject here
and a wonderful piece of poetry here.

Kecks, Conflagration and Ankles.

Fraser Nelson
"In a mature, truthful debate (which Brown feels confident he will avoid) the question should be: who would cut what? So I have gone through Labour’s cuts dossier—which assumes all cuts hit frontline services—changing the wording (from "the Tories are" to "Brown is") and the figures so they correspond to Brown's planned 7 percent cuts post-2011 as opposed to the 10 percent cuts which Lansley spoke about post-2011. Everything else is the same. * Schools: Brown is planning to take £3.6 billion out of education spending, the equivalent of losing 30,891 teachers, and 24,140 teaching assistants and school support staff. • Police: Brown is planning to take £650 million out of the Home Office. Cutting police funding by the same 7 per cent as the rest of the Home office could see the loss of 10,500 police officers - exactly the number of extra police officers delivered from Labour’s record investment since 1997. That’s nearly 21 off the beat in ev…

Arrest in Expenses Fraud Inquiry

Shame the police don't react in the same way when an MP is suspected.

The head teacher of a Roman Catholic school in west London has been suspended while police investigate an allegation of expenses fraud.

Paul Patrick, 53, the head of Cardinal Wiseman School in Greenford, was arrested at his north London home. Mr Patrick must answer police bail later this month, a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said. A statement from the school said: "The school is co-operating fully with the police investigation."

The Puppetmaster has Pissed Guthrum Off.

Peter Mandelson, the European Trade Commissioner once said:

“We are now entering the post-democratic age.”

To put it more directly, an era of the totalitarian control of people by the state. We are in the grip of a narrow ruling elite, an “Ideological Caste,” that admits only those into power with the same views and expels after disgracing, any who dissent as in the public humiliation and sacking of leading scientist Dr.James Watson. The “Ideological Caste” is made up of Cultural Marxists who earn vast sums of money and live in the best areas, send their children to the best schools but impose equality on the rest of us. They are thought police but claim to be trying to correct centuries of unfairness, while in practice oppressing those with different views. They call it tolerance. They demonise their victims.

H/TGuthrum on Old Holborn's blog. Do toddle over there and read the entire post and comments.

Why Labour is Now A Fringe Party.

Mass immigration and closer EU integration have no public support, says Jeff Randall:
Of the 15.6 million people who voted, 84.3 per cent did not put a cross in Labour's box. How dare they! Who are these 13,244,063 ingrates? Right across southern England, from Penzance in Cornwall to Margate in Kent, more than 90 per cent of the electorate rejected the party of Gordon Brown. Even in Labour's redoubts of Scotland and Wales, close to 80 per cent turned away. Worse still, Ukip, the party of Nigel Farage, a booze-and-fags-loving habitué of London's clubland, was preferred to the weary collective that clings to Mr Brown's presbyterian conscience. Mr Farage is an engaging maverick who says the Prime Minister "devalued democracy" by ramming through the Lisbon Treaty. Britain's increasingly Eurosceptic voters seem to agree.

Alistair Darling, the Big Borrower, fingered his party's poor communications. "We need to explain ourselves better," he said. &q…

Hope Those Turkeys Are Proud Of Themselves.

Mail privatisation to go ahead. The government is insisting it will press ahead with the part-privatisation of Royal Mail, despite fresh demands by Labour MPs to drop the idea.

Mandy has told you that Gordon doesn't have to listen to you anymore.
You made your choice, now we have to live with it.

Well FUCK the Fucking lot of you spineless pricks.

The Turkeys Just Voted For Christmas.

A motion to dissolve Parliament and pave the way for an immediate general election has been rejected by MPs.

SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson called for an "historic, reforming election" to rebuild trust in politics in the wake of the expenses scandals. But Welsh Secretary Peter Hain said an early poll would "trigger instability".
The motion was rejected by 340 votes to 268.
Mr Robertson told the Commons that arguments against dissolution were motivated by "pure naked self preservation" on the part of the Labour Party, which performed badly in the local and European elections.

Dead Labour.

During Monday's PLP meeting Charles Clarke, a former home secretary and MPs Fiona McTaggart, Tom Harris and Siobhan McDonagh told Mr Brown he should quit but others said it was overwhelmingly supportive of the prime minister. Chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party Tony Lloyd told the BBC: "Gordon Brown is the prime minister, he will lead the Labour Party into the next general election... I can state that as a clear fact. "

Tom Harris "We Need Secret Ballot"

Dan Hannan and The Speech for The Unelected.

Dan Hannan can explain things better than anyone Gordon.
He has even simplified it for you.

Mandy's Puppet Government.

Mandy owns you now Gord.

Lord Mandelson dismissed reports of an email he wrote in January 2008, which described Mr Brown as "self conscious" and "angry", as "tittle tattle". Lord Mandelson said the email had not been hostile to the PM but had simply advised that he be himself.
Gordon, your little jokette this afternoon on Mandy being an expert with emails implies acceptance of your submissive role in his Government of no marks.Pwned Bee-ach!

Interesting Lamposts Pt 1. West Ham Town Hall.

Gordon is staging a photo op at West Ham Town Hall this afternoon, according to a begging email from Kirsty McNeill:"..He’s right and he knows that there’s a whole generation of Labour people who will do whatever it takes to keep it that way. Would you be free to join him at West Ham Town Hall, between four and six on Sunday?

He’d like to thank you in person and he wants to talk to you about what the role for this generation of Labour is going to be, because it’s time.

You can of course invite others you know, indeed please do. But I will need names for security, so if you could email me back with whether you can make it and who you’d like to bring, I’d appreciate it. I hope it’s going to be the start of something big."
It's an interesting place for lovers of architectural street furniture.
Also the statues on the building itself are of particular note as is the beautiful balcony.

West Ham Town Hall in Stratford Broadway was originally built for the West Ham Local Board of He…


For The Fallen
With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children,
England mourns for her dead across the sea.
Flesh of her flesh they were, spirit of her spirit,
Fallen in the cause of the free. Solemn the drums thrill; Death august and royal
Sings sorrow up into immortal spheres,
There is music in the midst of desolation
And a glory that shines upon our tears. They went with songs to the battle, they were young,
Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted;
They fell with their faces to the foe. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years contemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them. They mingle not with their laughing comrades again;
They sit no more at familiar tables of home;
They have no lot in our labour of the day-time;
They sleep beyond England…

Don't Come Home Gordon.


Out Of The Mouths Of Babes.


Politicians are a joke.