Saturday, 29 May 2010

Bookshelves



Ooooh ! Bookshelves !

Ikea . £29.95 * 2 .

All these books were on the settee , so now I have somewhere to loll around when shouting at BBC News .

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Labour's Not-So Hidden Agenda


From The Telegraph's blogs
1) Labour ruin economy and lose election
2) Tories win election and repair economy
3) Proletariat revolt
4) Labour win election
5) Repeat 1-4 (since 1945)

Still . What are decades of misery and deception when it comes to the forward march of "The Project" ?

Remind any of your pals thick enough to vote for these scum of these salient facts at every opportunity .

Some guys I know actually still think they're voting to keep Ravenscraig open , rather than for compulsory buggery and the Police State .

Monumental stupidity .

Friday, 21 May 2010

The Hidden Truth



Namibia knows the score !

Thursday, 20 May 2010

Everybody Draw Mohammed Day



A Tangled Web has some good stuff on this , as does Mark Steyn .



Shame I can't draw .

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

New Job ?



His Serene Highness The First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, President of the Board of Trade and Lord President of the Council appears to have taken on some new responsibilities on his last day in office .

Also stolen from Biased BBC .

Maybe I should make up my own material ? Nah !

Rejoice ! Rejoice ! (But not too much).






Stolen from Biased BBC .

Saturday, 8 May 2010

As Ithers See Us

Too bad the U.K. can't afford muddled governance. Its budget deficit will hit 12% of GDP this year, according to the European Commission, and markets are increasingly wary of governments that can't pay their bills. Britain badly needs a new burst of economic growth like the one that Margaret Thatcher's reforms sparked in the 1980s.

The Wall Street Journal's view of the hung Parliament .

Monday, 3 May 2010

Yvette Cooper

I saw her being interviewed by Paxman (in the pub , with the sound down).

Without having to listen to her I was quite taken by the way she sat with her leg cocked up , as were my fellow drunks when I pointed this out .

Well and good , you may say .

However , let us remind ourselves of the full horror of her New Labourdom .

Nice Old Lady Meets The New Left

And some folk out there still seem to think Labour is the party of the working , as opposed to chattering , classes .


The Daily Mash has the whole story .
"Meaning-wise, 'bigot' has been on shaky ground for quite some time and, like most bad things, it's entirely the fault of The Guardian.

"Guardian readers think anyone who doesn't love The Wire is a bigot. They think anyone who hasn't had an interesting experience in a two-star hotel in Ho Chi Minh City is a bigot. They think anyone who doesn't like Greco-Javanese fusion food is a bigot.

"Meanwhile, anyone who hasn't read a book about the right-wing media conspiracy against Hezbollah is the absolute worst kind of bigot and of course they now think I'm an appalling bigot for pointing that out.

"But perhaps most damning of all is that these are the sort of twisted, ruined people who will endure at least 15 minutes of The Kumars at Number 42 simply to prove that everyone else is intellectually evil."

Then it gets better
"Mrs Duffy said 'You can't say anything about immigrants... all these eastern Europeans are coming in, where are they flocking from?'. So let's just examine that one section at a time.

"Now, the first bit is factually correct. You can't say anything about immigrants and I'm fairly confident that we all understand that now.

"The second bit is a little tricky because it does seem to answer its own question - which Guardian readers have pointed out many, many, many times. But of course what she really meant was 'I'm just a normal old lady and I don't really know why any of this is happening'.

"But Guardian readers should continue to patronise her anyway because that just impresses the grade-A shite out of everyone."

Tom Logan added: "The really wonderful thing is that the original meaning of bigot was 'sanctimonious hypocrite', so in the next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary we're going to go back to our etymological roots and adjacent to the word 'bigot' it will simply say 'noun - a reader of The Guardian'.

"Fuckers."

Sunday, 2 May 2010

To The Lubyanka For Him !



Hat Tip to Constantly Furious .

Get Cameron Out !


Philip Lardner , Conservative and Unionist candidate for North Ayrshire and Arran , was last week sacked and suspended from the Party for expressing views on Sodomy which David Cameron described as "deeply offensive and unacceptable" .

Here are these views -
“I will always support the rights of homosexuals to be treated within concepts of (common-sense) equality and respect, and defend their rights to choose to live the way they want in private, but I will not accept that their behaviour is ‘normal’ or encourage children to indulge in it. The promotion of homosexuality by public bodies (as per clause 28/ Section 2a in Scotland), was correctly outlawed by Mrs Thatcher’s government.

“Toleration and understanding is one thing, but state-promotion of homosexuality is quite another. Why should Christian churches be forced by the government to employ homosexuals as ‘ministers’ against all that the Bible teaches? They are being forced by the government to betray their mission – would the Equality and Human Rights Commission be fined for refusing a job to Nick Griffin? Christians (and most of the population) believe homosexuality to be somewhere between ‘unfortunate’ and simply ‘wrong’ and they should not be penalised for politely saying so – good manners count too, of course. The current ‘law’ is wrong and must be overturned in the interests of freedom as well as Christian values.”


No mention of persecution or imprisonment for homosexuals . Only moderation .

But Cameron thinks this is "deeply offensive and unacceptable".



Peter Hitchins has some excellent things to say about Cameron's PC agenda in this article .

I assume here that my readers mostly agree with me about what this country needs. It needs its independence back, so it can make its own laws and control its own coasts and territorial seas, its armed forces, its foreign policy – like a proper nation.

It needs to regain control of its borders and end the mass immigration which is neither necessary nor good.

It needs to stop the destruction of the married family and the undermining of adult authority.

It needs to use the law to restrain the grotesque abuse of alcohol and the dangerous spread of drugs.

It needs to restore the idea that crime and disorder should be prevented by a police force patrolling on foot – and where that fails, the criminals should be punished in austere and ­disciplined prisons.

It needs schools which teach proper subjects in orderly and peaceful classrooms.

It needs to shrink and reform a grotesque, unjust welfare state which rewards sloth and neglects the truly poor.

It needs – urgently – to defeat the politically correct fundamentalist zealots, who sneer ‘Bigot!’ at anyone who dares defend the reasonable beliefs and opinions which were normal a generation ago.

Some of you may also agree with me that it needs to reassert its debt and its allegiance to the Christian religion, on which our unique civilisation of orderly freedom is based.

David Cameron pretends skilfully to agree with these positions because he knows that is what you think.

But he does not really agree with you or me. He is himself deeply politically correct (he has just sacked a parliamentary candidate for having the ‘wrong’ opinions about homo­sexuality, a fact a grovelling media have not publicised).

His supposed ‘Euroscepticism’ is bluster which collapses when it comes into contact with reality, as over the Lisbon Treaty.

On Thursday night he ‘guaranteed’ he wouldn’t enter the Euro. He once also ‘guaranteed’ a referendum on Lisbon, a commitment he slithered out of as soon as it became difficult.

These ‘guarantees’ fly from his lips whenever he needs to please a crowd, but they are less valuable than Greek Junk Bonds.

His alleged support for marriage (dragged out of him under pressure) is a token and a gimmick, as convincing and genuine as a supermarket price-cut.

His pose as the foe of immigration is profoundly dishonest. He knows that, as long as we stay inside the EU, much immigration to this country is beyond his power to control.

Readers of this column over the past few years will have seen the many detailed instances of Mr Cameron’s duplicity that I have provided.

And, because there is not space for them all here, I have compiled a full charge sheet against Mr Cameron and his party, in which I show his true aims and opinions, and those of his colleagues.

It can be found on the web at http://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk.

He is truly what he once said he was – the Heir to Blair.
If he wins, he will – as the first Tory leader to win an Election in 18 years – have the power to crush all his critics in the Tory Party.

He will be able to say that political correctness, green zealotry, a pro-EU position and a willingness to spend as much as Labour on the NHS have won the day.

He will claim (falsely) that ‘Right-wing’ policies lost the last three Elections.

Those Tory MPs who agree with you and me will be cowed and silenced for good. The power will lie with the A-list smart set, modish, rich metropolitan liberals hungry for office at all costs who would have been (and who in the case of one of the older ones actually was) in New Labour 13 years ago.
And then where will you have to turn for help as the PC, pro-EU bulldozer trundles across our landscape destroying what is good and familiar and replacing it with a country whose inhabi­tants increasingly cannot recognise it as their own?


UKIP for me !

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Thanks Be To Allah !

Simon Hughes - the Straight Choice -



Vote LibDem .

PS You only need to watch the first 30-40 seconds for the full effect .