Thursday, 31 December 2009

A message from Nick Griffin, British National Party Chairman


I want to take this opportunity to thank all the supporters, members and activists of the British National Party for their heroic efforts and dedication during 2009.

This was the year that put our great movement squarely on the political map with the election of two MEPs. This was the year that saw our membership increase enormously to new heights. This was the year that we put in place a huge new Party apparatus, with new offices, units and impressive propaganda/fundraising capabilities.

2009 was the year that has shaken the establishment to the core. They have tried everything to stop us: membership list leaks, court cases….all to no avail. The only thing that can possible stop us now is our own disunity, but, thankfully, there is absolutely no sign of that. This Party stands like a political megalith, proud, strong and unshakeable.

2010 promises to be another year of exciting challenges. We have to change our Constitution and fight a General Election. 2010 could be the year where we break onto the highest rung of British politics: Westminster.

Thank you to everyone who played their part in the British Resistance during 2009.


2010 is upon us…. LET'S SHOW THEM WHAT WE ARE MADE OF!

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What will 2010 bring the British people?

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As we wind down 2009 ready to enter 2010, I have to wonder what the next 365 days has to offer the British people.

Will it be more of the same or will people do the right thing and vote for the British National Party?

After you’ve raised your Champagne glasses at 12:00, sang Auld Lang Syne, kissed and hugged your loved ones.

Aftre you've reflected on the previous 12 months, of the friends and family you have lost and of the new additions, take a few moments to look to the future.


Not just your own future, but the future of your children, grand children, great grand children…

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Wednesday, 30 December 2009

Bullshit Telecommunications

Bullshit Telecom

OK, it’s rant time and the recipient is British Telecom.

I have been with Sky for many years and as soon as they offered ‘phone line rental and broadband I signed up. I wanted to change my ‘phone number and was told by Sky that as they only rented the lines from BT, BT were the ones that had to change my number. BT told me Sky had to change it. I spent many wasted hours going from one to the other and in the end I gave up.

When I moved house a few months ago, I cancelled all my Sky products and signed up with BT. The reason was that after nearly 20 years of using them - Sky tv - they wanted to charge me £99 to enable my new ’phone line. What a disgraceful way to treat faithful customers.

I was told by a BT engineer that BT Vision plus ‘phone line rental and broadband was excellent. I found out it was a pile of shit.

BT Vision is basically Freeview with the added option of playing back a programme whenever you want it. Well, not really because you get half way through a series and it disappears leaving you moving onto the next series and feeling totally pissed off wondering what you’ve missed.

Every time I rang BT with a problem I was put through to India to someone I couldn’t understand, so I know damn well they couldn’t understand me. It’s a regional thing with us Brits. Since when has a broad Derbyshire person spoken like they have a plumb in their mouth? A simple word like ‘our’ comes out as ‘aaaa’. There’s not a cat in hell’s chance of having a normal conversation with a foreigner trying to speak the Queen’s English, so how the hell can they sort out something technical?

I would ask for someone who spoke English and be told ‘I speak very good English’. Not to bloody me, you don’t!

Anyway, I got sick to death of redialling and thought ‘sod this, I’m going back to Sky’. At least they have British people on the other end of the ‘phone.

So, after a dozen calls a day from BT and endless letters informing me I am still tied by a contract, which incidentally I never signed, I finally got my MAC code and off I toddles back to Sky. And very welcoming they were.

However, after only two months, my connection suddenly dipped form the 6.5Mb I usually get, to only 0.4Mb from the afternoon onwards.

My friend, lippy57, has been staying with me for the past few days and she must be horrified at my language. I’ve effed and blinded for the past two days because I may as well be on dial-up. In fact yesterday I was so pissed off I turned my laptop off altogether.

Tonight I rang Sky yet again, to be told by a technician that BT have recently put a cap on Sky connect customers from the afternoon onwards.

‘But I’m not on Sky connect’ I told him, ‘I’m on unlimited’.

‘No you’re not’ he replied, ‘unlimited isn’t in your area yet. We don’t even have our own equipment at your exchange and there are no plans at the moment for it‘.

Well, that did it. I’d been on the ‘phone just short of an hour and my fuse was well and truly lit. I tried to keep calm as I knew it wasn’t the technicians fault. I asked him if I could cancel my contract. Thank fully he said yes and put me through to the appropriate customer service department. One problem, there was a 15 minute wait and I had to listen not to music, but a message repeated over and over and over again.

Finally I was through and the lady informed me that as I am still in contract I have to email my cancellation through to head office. What bloody difference does it make ffs?

Lippy passes me another fag, she can see I’m beginning to lose it.

My mobile ‘phone is on Orange so after emailing the details through to Sky, I checked online to see what they have to offer and find they actually do line rental now. And they have their own equipment at my local exchange.

Great, I thought, I’ll sign up. Not so easy, I then have to ring bloody Sky again for a MAC code.

Here we go again, I thought.

I had just about had enough. I got the usual stupid robot asking the usual stupid questions. What is your postcode? I screamed it down the ‘phone and it told me ‘Sorry, I didn’t understand that’. Lippy passes me another fag.

I decided I wasn’t playing ball any longer and found that if I screamed ‘FUCK OFF’ to every question it put me straight through to someone.

I now sort of have it sorted. I have to wait five working days, but it’s Christmas / New year so it will be more likely two weeks by the time I get my MAC code, through the post of course. Why the hell they can’t just email it is beyond me.

I hope to God Orange provides a better service otherwise there will be a part two to this story.

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Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Sorry not to join the liberal wailing: heroin traffickers deserve to die

This morning, barring an unlikely last-minute reprieve, convicted drug smuggler Akmal Shaikh was executed by firing squad, having been found guilty of trying to bring 4kg of heroin into China.

His case has prompted outrage in this country from politicians and from the trendy metropolitan elite, for whom drug use is a fashionable habit rather than serious criminal offence.

Yet for all this orchestrated wailing, is it not possible that China is right to put Shaikh to death?

Indeed, I would argue that Britain's enfeebled, self-destructive approach to narcotics has been graphically highlighted by China's ruthlessness in tackling drug pushers.

In contrast to New Labour's policy of appeasement and surrender, the Chinese Government acts vigorously to defend its people from the misery caused by the drugs trade.

My regret is not over tough action by Beijing, but the fact that we in this country do not possess the moral clarity or strength of purpose to deal ruthlessly with drug peddlers and other enemies of our society.

A bankrupt with a chequered financial history, a tangled personal life, and an obsession with easy money, Shaikh was arrested with heroin worth a cool £250,000 in his suitcase.

As the Chinese police point out, this is a big enough amount to have killed 27,000 people.

In China, the death penalty can be invoked against anyone carrying more than 50g of drugs - and that is one obvious reason why China, proportionally, has nothing like the drugs problem that we have in Britain.

Serious dealers and abusers know they could be looking down the barrel of a gun if they are caught.

It is the height of hypocrisy for the Labour government, the human rights brigade and celebrity loudmouths to lecture China when Britain's own strategy has failed so disastrously.

Thanks to the climate of institutionalised leniency, our society is awash with drugs, bringing widespread crime, violence and family breakdown in their wake.

Dealers and users conduct their business knowing they have absolutely nothing to fear from our courts. Far from condemning cannabis and cocaine, our achingly liberal youth culture glamorises their possession.

Vacuous supermodel Kate Moss was caught using cocaine by undercover reporters, most of the fashion world rallied behind her with a sense of moral indignation, protecting her lucrative contracts and behaving as though she were a victim.

In showbusiness circles there was speculation for a long time that cocaine was not Kate's only drug of choice - that she had also smoked heroin and crack cocaine.

Nor has Moss's former boyfriend, musician Pete Doherty, ever received a meaningful sentence, despite repeated convictions for misuse and other criminal behaviour.

In 2007, for instance, he was spared jail over a string of offences and was even allowed by Judge Jane McIvor, who claimed to be a fan of his music, to delay a court hearing.

Similarly, drug-addled singers Amy Winehouse and George Michael have been lionised by the music establishment.

British officialdom now adopts a simpering indulgence towards drug abuse. Politicians line up to boast how much cannabis they smoked in their youth and downgrade the criminal classification of substances.

Instead of locking up offenders, the Government wastes a fortune of taxpayers' money on non-judgmental propaganda like the useless television adverts from the £2.2million Frank campaign.

Public funds are lavished on rehabilitation schemes, all of which have failed to prevent a dramatic rise in abuse.

Unlike China with its firing squads, the only 'shooting galleries' we have in Britain are state-run needle exchanges for junkies.

Outrageously, self-inflicted drug addiction is now regarded by the welfare state as a disability, entitling claimants to generous payouts of at least £110 a week. In effect, the Government requires taxpayers to subsidise criminal drug habits. It's estimated no fewer than 267,000 serious drug users live on social security.

In contrast to China, our criminal justice system no longer treats offending seriously. Criminals walk free, community punishments are meaningless, jail sentences, even for murder, are derisory.

Ordinary citizens are constantly bullied through a plethora of bureaucratic regulations, yet violence, burglary, theft and drug abuse carry no consequences.

One key factor behind modern Britain's reluctance to uphold the law is the belief that criminals are really victims of society, motivated only by social disadvantage or mental health problems and that they need support not punishment.

We can see this clearly in the case of Akmal Shaikh. Campaigners on his behalf claim he was suffering from mental illness at the time of his visit to China and so should be let off.

Such excuse-making is absurd. His record of infidelity, sexual harassment and dubious business conduct suggest he was amoral, selfish, and irresponsible.

He was once fined £10,000 for hounding a woman he had recruited as his secretary, while it is telling that his former first wife refused to join the campaign for a reprieve.

The hysteria over Shaikh's death penalty echoes the preposterous outcry in 2002 over another British man who was executed by a foreign government.

A career thug, drug addict and alcoholic, Tracy Housel was put to death by the U.S. state of Georgia for raping and killing a woman, Jeanne Drew, whose body was so badly battered she could be identified only by dental records.

Once again, there were the interventions by the Labour Government. Once again, there were the claims of mental illness, with Housel said to be suffering from brain damage and hypoglycaemia, though this hardly explained his record of extreme violence.

Once again there was the tenuous nature of the defendant's links with Britain, which hardly justified the energy the Government spent on his case. Housel, born in Bermuda, had never actually set foot in this country.

Similarly Shaikh, born in Pakistan, spent much of his adult life in the U.S. and Poland before going on his criminal odyssey to China. Neither of these men could demonstrate any real commitment or connection to Britain.

The British government, with its prattle about human rights, likes to think a refusal to use capital punishment is a badge of a civilised society. The truth is the willingness to execute dangerous criminals is a sign of compassion. It means a government is determined to protect the vulnerable and maintain morality.

It is no coincidence Britain was at its most peaceful and crime-free in the Forties and Fifties, when we still had the death penalty.

'The gentleness of English civilisation is its most marked characteristic,' wrote George Orwell during the war, a remark that seems laughable now, though we think of ourselves morally superior.

Between 1950 and 1957, the number of murders in Britain never rose above 180. The annual average in recent years is over 900.

Overall crime has also shot up since we abolished capital punishment. Since the Fifties, the number of recorded crimes has increased more than tenfold, up from 438,000 in 1955 to 4.8 million in 2008.

This is because the removal of the death penalty has had a downward ratchet effect.

Since murderers could no longer be hanged, sentences for all other crimes had to be lowered commensurately. The result is the near-anarchy we see today, where serial offenders continually escape custody and rates of violent crime soar.

There is nothing barbaric about the death penalty. The real barbarism lies in refusing to punish criminals.

The drug-fuelled, crime-ridden, welfare-dependent, fear-filled inner city housing estate in modern Britain is far more savage than any place of execution in China for a trafficker of human misery.

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A police officer in Newport, Gwent, attempted to halt the filming of an Islamic martyr march led by the Tory Welsh Assembly member Mohammad Asghar.

Mr Asghar led the annual event — as he did last year as a Plaid Assembly member – proving that there is no difference at all between the Tory and Plaid parties (and the Labour Party, of which Mr Asghar was also previously a member). Mr Asghar recently joined the Tories after Plaid refused him permission to employ his daughter at taxpayers’ expense.

Even more disturbing than Mr “suitcase” Asghar’s political Tweedledee Tweedledum manoeuvres, was the instant positive response by a female police officer to a demand from a Muslim marcher that the public demonstration in Newport not be filmed.

As can be seen in the screenshots and video, the march was nearly at an end when a burqa-wearing Muslim woman called over a nearby white policewoman to complain about the filming of the demonstration.

The slavish politically-correct and Muslim-worshipping programming to which the police are subjected instantly paid dividends. The policewoman immediately ran up to the cameraman and told him he could not film the march.

The cameraman asked under what law he was prohibited from filming. The policewoman was then forced to admit that she had no idea why he could not film the public demonstration.

In other words, this policewoman was quite willing to carry out the orders of a Muslim who hid her face in public, against an indigenous person in the streets of Newport.

This is the inevitable result of the Islamic colonisation of Britain.

Decades of politically correct conditioning by successive Tory and Labour regimes has ingrained anti-white behaviour into the police services so that they are prepared to instantly act against the indigenous population without any legal basis whatsoever.

Furthermore, what type of insanity has created a situation where hordes of Muslims can “celebrate” the martyring of a Shia Muslim from 14 centuries ago (as was the point of the march) in Newport, Gwent?

Would any Muslim country in the world tolerate millions of Welsh people moving into those lands and forcing the public there to endure public Welsh Christian ceremonies?

It would be unthinkable.

Only the British National Party will put a halt to this Tory and Labour-induced madness.

Story and pictures taken from the British National Party site.


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Drug smuggler executed


Akmal Shaikh


I have been watching with interest the story of Akmal Shaikh, the Pakistani who smuggled 4,030 grammes of heroin into China.

Four kilos of heroin; that’s enough to cause 26,800 deaths.

This morning, Akmal was executed by lethal injection and buried immediately.

According to his family, and of course all the newspapers, Shaikh was bipolar and therefore not responsible for his actions.

If you are bipolar you suffer bouts of depression followed by bouts of elation, with normality in between. You are fully aware of your actions and this I why I support China’s decision to carry out the execution.

I would like to know if Shaikh gave the names of those who asked him to carry these drugs. If he didn’t, it proves he knew exactly what he was doing and it is one more reason for his sentence to be carried out.

According to the Chinese embassy in London, Shaikh had ‘no previous medical record’ of mental illness and that his rights and interests had been properly respected.

Davivd Milliband, the British Foreign Secretary said: ‘The UK is completely opposed to the use of the death penalty in all circumstances’

I’m sorry to tell you this, David, but you do not speak for the whole of the UK and you certainly don’t speak for me.

One look at the comments in today’s newspapers prove that. This morning’s poll showed that 63% agreed with China’s decision.

As usual, our Government can’t keep their nose out of other countries business; gormless Gordon is appalled at the outcome and leads condemnation of the execution ‘in the strongest terms‘.

Jiang Yu, the Chinese Foreign minister said:

‘Britain’s robust response risked souring diplomatic relations. No one has the right to comment on china’s judicial sovereignty.

It is the common wish of people around the world to strike against the crime of drug trafficking and we express our strong dissatisfaction and opposition to the British Governments unreasonable criticism of the case.

We urge the British to correct their mistake in order to avid harming China-UK relations.’


When are our ‘leaders’ going to learn that we have no right to tell other countries what to do?

And what was Pakistan’s stance in all this? After all, Shaikh was Pakistani, not, as the newspapers say, British.

The following is a comment from the Daily Mail which I think sums it up nicely:

Being a recovering addict I know only too well what people are prepared to do to acquire this pernicious drug. I fully understand that I am in the position I am in now as a result of my own misguided actions. Along the way I have lost a lot of friends and credibility. Thankfully my family and some friends have stood by me, (despite abusing this support on numerous occasions). I have now been clean for two and a half years and still everyday is a struggle. Now with regard to Akmal Shaikh. As a sufferer of bi-polar disorder myself, I have no sympathy for him whatsoever. He deserves to reap what he has sown and at least the 4kg of heroin was kept off the streets and hopefully some people may have been spared a lifetime of addiction and crime as a result of not being introduced to Heroin. Finally, I am also concerned that through first hand experience a lot of the drugs in this country are supplied from a certain section of the community who believe the majority are morally devoid. - Dean, Blackburn, 28/12/2009 14:27


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Monday, 28 December 2009

Christmas with the kids


Christmas - the time of year that children love. It is also a time when adults can lose the plot, especially if they have kids… or dogs!

On Christmas Eve my daughter came to stay. She brought her dog too. We spent the day shopping, talking and laughing. Our evening was planned out; we were going to the disco at my local before heading off to Midnight Mass.

As we were getting ready, I linked my laptop to the television and we took it in turns to choose songs we liked on Youtube. When we were ready, and after a bottle of rose, we headed out.

I couldn’t believe how cold it was. The ground was still covered in snow but it had now turned to ice. It was treacherous, especially when wearing high heels, and we clung onto each other.

By-the time we got there, nearly everyone was over the limit. People barged past, knocking my drink all over the place, others were coming up bear hugging me and wishing me a Merry Christmas while planting slobbering wet kisses on my face.

Nice but not Nice. Nice because I have so many wonderful friends but also not nice because I hate being pawed over. I spent the whole evening trying to dislodge someone dressed as one of Santa’s elves, who constantly told me he loved me, always loved me and always will. Needless to say, when I saw him on Boxing Day he had no recollection of it. Surprised? Nope!

Anyway, Mass starts at 11:30 - strange that, seeing as it’s called Midnight Mass - and we were supposed to be making our way to Church at 11:20. By this time the whole place was in full swing and my daughter decided she didn’t want to go. I reminded her that we had made arrangements, so we compromised. We would have ’one more drink’ - famous last words - and then head off.

Which is what we did. But we had company. I still don’t know who the guy was but he thought it would be a good idea to accompany us. Initially he thought it was a huge joke until I reminded him that if he didn’t behave I would personally kick him out through the Church doors if he misbehaved.

Of course we were half an hour late and I was embarrassed at entering halfway through the service.

Looking around, I was surprised at how many people had turned out. The Church was only a quarter full, but on reflection, the weather was really bad.

The High Church of England is not the joyous occasion you’ll get in other churches. It is a very serious and frankly quite boring place to be. The new vicar, a woman, held the worst service I have ever heard and I wished I’d gone down the road to the other Church.

Once communion and the service was over I chatted to old friends and we made our way back to the pub only to find that last orders had been rung. Blast!

We couldn’t get a taxi home and had to walk it. I have no idea what the temperature was but it was like being on an ice rink and it seemed to take forever. Once we were home, I made us a pizza, we warmed up in front of the fire and then toddled off to bed.

Christmas Day this year was spent at my parents. We all met at their place, opened our presents then went to the club from 12 - 2pm before going back for lunch.

Mother did us proud as usual. Lunch was wonderful. We ate until we burst, laughed over the ridiculous jokes inside the Christmas crackers and then entered the living room to watch the Queen’s speech.

Her speech this year was a disgrace. What happened to the usual format? The majority of this year’s speech was focused on diversity, and even God save the Queen was played out on kettle drums. It made me feel sick to think that even our Queen has been dragged into the politics of the multicultural nightmare we are in.

We headed off home not long afterwards for a relaxing evening in front of the fire. But it wasn’t relaxing, not when you have four dogs running round.

My family all head North on Boxing Day, but I didn’t want to go. I stayed home to look after the monsters. I don’t believe in locking dogs up all day, mine spend their time with me, but boy has this Christmas been hard work.

Two adult dogs and two puppies. My puppy is fine, it’s the other one. Maybe it is because she is pure white. They always say that pure white dogs are mental; it’s certainly true about this one. She won’t do a thing you tell her. She just manages to squeeze under the sofa, where she then chews the leather, and she will not come out.

Today, I had to lift up the sofa and drag her out by her tail. Don’t worry, it didn’t hurt her, I was gentle and the floor is highly polished lol

Princess has wound up the other three dogs for the past three days. She has tiddled in the living room and kitchen, done number two’s in the kitchen, eaten the surround sound remote, shredded my new slippers, started eating my door frame and ripped the telephone wires off the wall. Last night she managed to get a Christmas cracker from the tree and ‘pull’ it with her dad. He shot off into the kitchen like he’d got a rocket up his arse, but she just sat there with a silly grin on her face.

I know she will make a fabulous dog, when she finally grows up, because she is the spitting image of her father.

For now, she will be going home and I can’t wait. Normality will resume.


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Christmas with the kids

Christmas - the time of year that children love. It is also a time when adults can lose the plot, especially if they have kids… or dogs!

On Christmas Eve my daughter came to stay. She brought her dog too. We spent the day shopping, talking and laughing. Our evening was planned out; we were going to the disco at my local before heading off to Midnight Mass.

As we were getting ready, I linked my laptop to the television and we took it in turns to choose songs we liked on Youtube. When we were ready, and after a bottle of rose, we headed out.

I couldn’t believe how cold it was. The ground was still covered in snow but it had now turned to ice. It was treacherous, especially when wearing high heels, and we clung onto each other.

By-the time we got there, nearly everyone was over the limit. People barged past, knocking my drink all over the place, others were coming up bear hugging me and wishing me a Merry Christmas while planting slobbering wet kisses on my face.

Nice but not Nice. Nice because I have so many wonderful friends but also not nice because I hate being pawed over. I spent the whole evening trying to dislodge someone dressed as one of Santa’s elves, who constantly told me he loved me, always loved me and always will. Needless to say, when I saw him on Boxing Day he had no recollection of it. Surprised? Nope!

Anyway, Mass starts at 11:30 - strange that, seeing as it’s called Midnight Mass - and we were supposed to be making our way to Church at 11:20. By this time the whole place was in full swing and my daughter decided she didn’t want to go. I reminded her that we had made arrangements, so we compromised. We would have ’one more drink’ - famous last words - and then head off.

Which is what we did. But we had company. I still don’t know who the guy was but he thought it would be a good idea to accompany us. Initially he thought it was a huge joke until I reminded him that if he didn’t behave I would personally kick him out through the Church doors if he misbehaved.

Of course we were half an hour late and I was embarrassed at entering halfway through the service.

Looking around, I was surprised at how many people had turned out. The Church was only a quarter full, but on reflection, the weather was really bad.

The High Church of England is not the joyous occasion you’ll get in other churches. It is a very serious and frankly quite boring place to be. The new vicar, a woman, held the worst service I have ever heard and I wished I’d gone down the road to the other Church.

Once communion and the service was over I chatted to old friends and we made our way back to the pub only to find that last orders had been rung. Blast!

We couldn’t get a taxi home and had to walk it. I have no idea what the temperature was but it was like being on an ice rink and it seemed to take forever. Once we were home, I made us a pizza, we warmed up in front of the fire and then toddled off to bed.

Christmas Day this year was spent at my parents. We all met at their place, opened our presents then went to the club from 12 - 2pm before going back for lunch.

Mother did us proud as usual. Lunch was wonderful. We ate until we burst, laughed over the ridiculous jokes inside the Christmas crackers and then entered the living room to watch the Queen’s speech.

Her speech this year was a disgrace. What happened to the usual format? The majority of this year’s speech was focused on diversity, and even God save the Queen was played out on kettle drums. It made me feel sick to think that even our Queen has been dragged into the politics of the multicultural nightmare we are in.

We headed off home not long afterwards for a relaxing evening in front of the fire. But it wasn’t relaxing, not when you have four dogs running round.

My family all head North on Boxing Day, but I didn’t want to go. I stayed home to look after the monsters. I don’t believe in locking dogs up all day, mine spend their time with me, but boy has this Christmas been hard work.

Two adult dogs and two puppies. My puppy is fine, it’s the other one. Maybe it is because she is pure white. They always say that pure white dogs are mental; it’s certainly true about this one. She won’t do a thing you tell her. She just manages to squeeze under the sofa, where she then chews the leather, and she will not come out.

Today, I had to lift up the sofa and drag her out by her tail. Don’t worry, it didn’t hurt her, I was gentle and the floor is highly polished lol

Princess has wound up the other three dogs for the past three days. She has tiddled in the living room and kitchen, done number two’s in the kitchen, eaten the surround sound remote, shredded my new slippers, started eating my door frame and ripped the telephone wires off the wall. Last night she managed to get a Christmas cracker from the tree and ‘pull’ it with her dad. He shot off into the kitchen like he’d got a rocket up his arse, but she just sat there with a silly grin on her face.

I know she will make a fabulous dog, when she finally grows up, because she is the spitting image of her father.

For now, she will be going home and I can’t wait. Normality will resume.


Saturday, 26 December 2009

Airline terror plot

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London, England (CNN) -- Counterterrorism officers were Saturday searching the suspected London home of a man at the center of an incident aboard a U.S.-bound passenger flight that Britain's home secretary described as a "potentially serious security threat."

The search, which focused on a upscale block in the heart of London's embassy district, followed the incident on Friday in which a Nigerian man ignited a small explosive device on a flight from Amsterdam to Detroit.

The incident triggered an increase in security at UK airports and at Schiphol in Amsterdam, where the suspect in the attempted attack on a Northwest flight went through "normal security procedures," according to the security officials.

In the British capital, a spokesman for University College London confirmed they had a student named Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab enrolled in their Department of Mechanical Engineering from September 2005 to June 2008.

The name matched the identity of the suspect said by U.S. authorities to have been involved in an attempted terrorist attack.

UK Home Secretary Alan Johnson said he is following the case closely and has assured the public that police in Britain are working closely with U.S. investigators "to uncover the full background to the incident."

"We will ensure that the UK continues to have in place the most appropriate security measures to protect the public from the terrorist threat wherever it originates from," he said.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown added in a separate statement: "The security of the public must always be our primary concern.

"We have been working closely with the U.S. authorities on investigating this incident since it happened yesterday. Because of the serious potential threat posed by the incident, I have spoken to the commissioner of the Metropolitan police, whose officers have been carrying out searched of properties in London.

"We will continue to take whatever action necessary to protect passengers on airlines and the public," Brown added.

One piece of information led police to an ornate building on Mansfield Street in London, where Abdulmutallab may have once lived in a basement apartment. It wasn't clear as to what police were searching for.

U.S. security sources told CNN that Abdulmutallab flew into Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on a KLM flight from Lagos, Nigeria. A U.S. administration official said the suspect did not undergo secondary screening in Amsterdam, though Schiphol officials say all connecting passengers bound for the United States undergo secondary searches.

Schiphol officials said they boosted the secondary screening for U.S.-bound connecting passengers Saturday, doing body searches and bag checks instead of using the usual metal detectors and X-ray machines. The measures were being implemented at the request of U.S. authorities, a Schiphol spokesman said.

There was also increased security Saturday for U.S.-bound passengers in Britain, whether they were connecting through Britain or flying direct.

BAA, which operates several British airports including London's Heathrow, said all passengers on U.S.-bound flights will now be subject to the secondary screening at the gate. The screening used to happen on a random basis.

There were no reported delays from Heathrow Saturday, but passengers boarding a U.S.-bound Virgin Atlantic aircraft were told there would be no in-flight electronic entertainment in the wake of the incident.

Britain's Department for Transport said U.S. authorities requested the additional measures.

"Passengers traveling to the United States should expect their airline to carry out additional security checks prior to boarding," BAA said. "To support this important process, which will take time, we would advise passengers to leave more time to check in and limit the amount of baggage being taken on board the aircraft. If in any doubt, please contact the relevant airline for further information."

The British Department for Transport said it would assess the measures "as necessary" as the situation develops.

The incident in Detroit will now focus attention on the searching of connecting passengers, especially those going to the United States, CNN Correspondent Richard Quest said.

"Previously discretionary searches are now likely to be mandatory and, certainly in the near future, all U.S.-bound passengers should expect to be searched before boarding the aircraft," he said.

-- CNN's Per Nyberg and Simon Hooper in London, England, and Richard Quest and Erin McLaughlin in Amsterdam, Netherlands, contributed to this report.


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Friday, 25 December 2009

BNP 2009

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The British National Party believes in telling the truth, even if it is sometimes uncomfortable to hear or offensive to those who would rather bury their heads in the sand than face real problems in our society.

Video by DAISYMANONE

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Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Swine flu vaccination update

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Just over a week ago, I had to visit my doctor. As I sat waiting I couldn't help but notice the steady flow of people coming in for their swine flu jab. As soon as one had checked in, another one entered the surgery.

They were ticked off the list, given a leaflet and told to sit in the queue down the hall. After the jab they were to sit for ten minutes to make sure they were ok before they left.

A woman and her daughter came and sat next to me and I asked her if I could take a look at the leaflet.

NOWHERE on that leaflet did it mention any side effects. The woman said her daughter had to return for a second jab.

I was supposed to have that jab, but I declined. My doctor mentioned it and I said I would rather take my chances. Upon asking him if he was having it, his reply was 'no', but he didn't elaborate.

It tells you something if your own doctor won't take it, doesn't it?

My mother had her jab last week. I asked her to think carefully about it and presented her with a few facts. The next day I received a phone call from my father telling me not to mention it again as I had scared her. He said they 'didn't want to know'.

That, I said, is your problem. You don't want to know about anything, you never question anything.

I noticed in today's paper that over in Northern ireland, children are no longer receiving a double dose.

Children aged between six months and 10 years who do not suffer from underlying health problems will now be given one vaccine dose instead of two.

It is understood there has been a higher rate of fever in young children following a second injection.

The Department of Health sent a letter to GPs outlining the change almost two weeks ago.

However younger patients who have a weaker immune system and are susceptible to viral infections will continue to be given two doses of the vaccine.

Previously, a warning that the swine flu vaccine has been linked to a deadly nerve disease was sent by the UK Government to senior neurologists in a confidential letter.

The letter from the Health Protection Agency, the official body that oversees public health, was leaked, leading to demands to know why the information has not been given to the public before the vaccination of millions of people, including children, begins.

It tells the neurologists that they must be alert for an increase in a brain disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), which could be triggered by the vaccine. GBS attacks the lining of the nerves, causing paralysis and inability to breathe, and can be fatal.

The letter refers to the use of a similar swine flu vaccine in the United States in 1976 when:

  • More people died from the vaccination than from swine flu
  • The vaccine may have increased the risk of contracting GBS by eight times
  • The vaccine was withdrawn after just ten weeks when the link with GBS became clear
  • The U.S. Government was forced to pay out millions of dollars to those affected

Concerns have already been raised that the new vaccine has not been sufficiently tested and that the effects, especially on children, are unknown.

This is what Dr Mercola has to say:

In the U.K. the hysteria over swine flu led to flu drugs being offered online, without a doctor’s prescription. This is incomprehensible, considering their risk. Just a couple of weeks ago I reported on brand new study findings that the swine flu drug of choice, Tamiflu, caused one or more side effects in OVER HALF of all children who received it!

Side effects included:

  • Nausea – 29 percent

  • Stomach pain or cramps – 20 percent

  • Neuropsychiatric side effects including inability to think clearly, nightmares, and “strange behavior” – nearly 20 percent

  • Sleep problems – 12 percent

The British Medical Association’s lead expert on swine flu went on the record stating that Tamiflu is now being overused.

Keep in mind that, although the swine flu has spread across the world it appears to have decreased in severity. The vast majority of cases are very mild, requiring only a few days in bed.

In fact, the regular seasonal flu is still far worse, and more deadly, than the swine flu.

The intended effect of a vaccination is to help you build immunity to a potentially harmful organism. However, your body’s immune system is already designed to do this in response to organisms that invade your body naturally.

Most disease-causing organisms enter your body through the mucous membranes of your nose, mouth, pulmonary system or your digestive tract. These mucous membranes have their own immune system, called the IgA immune system, which fights off invading organisms at the point of entry, reducing or even eliminating the need for activation of your body’s immune system.

A vaccination, however, delivers either live or attenuated (dead) viruses directly into your tissues and blood stream through injection, completely bypassing your body’s first line of defense. And when combined with an immune adjuvant, your body’s immune system kicks into high gear in response to the vaccination. If your immune system is too weak to deal with the assault, severe side effects can occur.

Injecting organisms into your body to provoke immunity is contrary to nature, and vaccination carries enormous potential to do serious damage to your health.

To emphasize this point further, when ingested, the vaccine adjuvant squalene is actually recognized by your immune system as an oil molecule native to your body. It has antioxidant properties and is found throughout your nervous system and brain.

The difference between “good” and “bad” squalene is the route by which it enters your body. Injection is an abnormal route of entry which incites your immune system to attack all the squalene in your body, not just the vaccine adjuvant.

As a result, your immune system will attempt to destroy the molecule wherever it finds it, including in places where it occurs naturally, and where it is vital to the health of your nervous system.

For more information about squalene, and the hazards it poses when included in flu shots, please review my recent special report on the topic, if you have not already done so.

Please watch the video at the end of Dr Mercola's article, in which the advers effects of the vaccine are discussed, which can be found HERE


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The true intentions of Pakistani muslims in Britain

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Last night, we were in conversation with a muslim over on chatroll. He was saying that muslims in Britain were peaceful and that anything said otherwise was lies.


This video has been uploaded specifically for him and shows the venom that spews sraight from the mouths of third generation muslims in our British cities.

The youths in this video brag about hating whites, Jews and blacks and imagine a Britain in 20 years - their new Pakistan.

They also threaten to 'mash up' the black interviewer.

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Monday, 21 December 2009

The British National Party Christmas Lectures


Me, Nick & Roger
I would love to put the whole picture up but I have received a few threats from opposers so I'm afraid I've had to cover my face.

Yesterday I attended the British National Party’s Christmas Lectures in the West Midlands.

After a two-taxi, three-train journey I arrived at the hotel. It was 2:30pm, later than I expected and I immediately headed off to find Councillor Russ Green. I found him with the Wales team in the function room where the lecture was to take place that evening.

The room was decorated beautifully with the various area’s banners draping the walls, mingled with the decorations of a typical British Christmas. Councillor Russ Green and his team had done a fantastic job.

After a quick chat and checking out the Welsh team’s footage of little Palestine in the heart of the West Country, the Welsh team and I took my case up to the room. While two of them took a shower, Roger took me for a late lunch... good old fashioned sausages from a good old fashioned English butcher, placed in a soft cob and smothered with lashings of brown sauce. For those of you that don’t know what a cob is, you probably call it a roll or a bap.

After stuffing myself, Roger and I went up to my room. Roger had a shower while I tried to install the drivers for my new phone onto my new laptop. I had promised to take plenty of pictures and email them to Bertie so he could use them when making a video. I don’t know how others are coping but I am finding Windows 7 a pain in the arse when it comes to installing drivers and programmes.

After having no luck, I received a phone call to say some of my chatroll friends had arrived. I went downstairs to greet ScreamingMad, Indespair and IndespairsMrs. We had last met up at the Red, White and Blue in August and it was great seeing them again. There was one person missing – my very dear friend lippy. She had had an accident at work a few days earlier and wasn’t able to drive up from London.

After a catch up session, they all went to the bar for refreshment ater their long drive, while I went back upstairs to try and sort out my phone. I spent the next two and a half hours trying to marry my phone to the laptop. I couldn’t even get Bluetooth to work. It was now 6pm and I hadn’t even showered. Giving up, I emailed to say I would have to send the pictures from my pc when I got home.

I went down to the bar area at 7pm and was astounded to see so many people. The large bar was full of men in tuxedos and women in cocktail dresses. It looked more like we were attending a ball than a lecture. And the one thing I have to tell you about BNP get-togethers is how friendly they are. There is always that feeling of being with family and there is never any trouble.

After a half hour or so, the doors opened and we entered the huge function room. Rows upon rows of seats were quickly taken up. Roger, Anthony and I had to sit at the designated buffet area and a few stood at the bar. John Salvage, the Black Country fund raiser, delivered the opening speech and introduced Mr Griffin.

Nick Griffin entered the stage to a huge round of applause. He looked absolutely radiant, the best I have ever seen him - being an MEP is certainly suiting him - and commenced the lecture on climate change. Nick is an eloquent and very clever man and I love listening to him speak. I won’t go into detail about the speech because I will be putting it on my blog as soon as BNPtv release it.

When the lecture ended, comedian Frak Waller performed his routine followed by a magician. I must admit I didn’t see much of this as I was catcching up with friends. I met up with more chatroll friends, UKJamie and OneTrueGod, for the first time. I was hoping to meet kaz too but the weather up in the North was so bad, her and her husband daren’t risk the five and a half hour journey.

Later into the night, I asked the bar manager what she thought of Nick’s speech. Whereas we all know quite a lot about the climate change farce, she admitted that it went over her head, although she did enjoy the speech.

We spent the rest of the night chatting and laughing before retiring very, very late.

Getting up for breakfast was a struggle, I had hardly any sleep, but I managed to crawl downstairs at 8am to eat a hearty full English breakfast before setting out for the 10am train into Birmingham.

Six newspapers called the Black Country BNP trying to find out where the lectures were being held and six newspapers were told to get lost. The thuggish uaf couldn’t find us either. It was a huge success.

I would like to send my thanks to the hotel staff for providing us with a warm welcome and enjoyable stay and also to the Black Country team for a brilliant evening. Russ, your mum is a lovely woman.

And here I am, a taxi, four trains and a bus ride later, relaxing in front of the fire, surrounded by my dogs and reminiscing.

The worlds first political Christmas Lectures was a huge successt and I can’t wait for the next.


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Saturday, 19 December 2009

New chatroom for the Green Arrow site


Bertie Bert and myself have been testing out a superior chatroom for The Home of the Green Arrow and Friends and have found it to be an excellent piece of software to assist us during the runup to the General Election.

I will not go into all the features now and must warn you that there is a slight learning curve.

The Group/Room is now open and will be open for the rest of the day. We would like as many BNP activists and supporters to download the client palscene software from here and join us in The Home of the Green Arrow Room.

When the software is downloaded an running you find our room by Selecting "Actions" on the top menu, then select "Join a Chat Room", from the list of categories then select "Social Issues and Politics", then from the new list select "Government and Politics". Move down until you find Home of the Green Arrow and come on in. You will be able to favourite this room for the next time you visit.

You can try out some of the feautures of paltalk by using their trial "paltalk express" but after awhile of using it they will then push you into downloading "palscene" which is the client software required to run all the features. You can also get your account there.

One neat things about the software is that if you use either MSN, AIM or other messaging packages you can marry them all into one piece of software.

So please help make this room a success. It is actually much easier to do then read about. You might also be interested to know that the moslems have rooms with hundreds of members. They are organised and technically literate. Do not let them steal a march on us. Join and support us now.

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Friday, 18 December 2009

A doggy Merry Christmas

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Christmas time is renowned for people buying a puppy, only to discard it a month or so later.

I found this video on Youtube and wanted to show you what a wonderful job is being done at a dog school in Hungary.

All their dogs are trained using the Mirror Method which is explained in the video below. It is simple and effective and leads to the dog having a happy and fulfilled life.


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If more people took the time to train their dogs in at least basic commands, then there wouldn't be so many unhappy, destructive and aggressive dogs around.

Remember, a dog is for life, which in some cases can be around 16 years. Please think long and hard before buying a dog for a loved one this Christmas.

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Saturday, 12 December 2009

Parade for fallen heroes - Mansfield


Tomorrow, more than 250 Army, Navy and Royal Air Force personnel, cadets and ex-servicemen and women will march into town from the Sir John Cockle pub to commemorate the fallen of the town and celebrate the achievements of raising funds to establish a permanent memorial to their memory.

A further 250 family and friends will bolster the parade — with thousands more expected to watch along the route and show their support at an event in Mansfield Market Place.

The parade marks the end of the first stage of the Heroes Campaign and organisers are urging people to turn out in force to show their support and make a donation to the Mansfield's Heroes Memorial Fund.

The parade will be leaving the Sir John Cockle Pub on Sutton Road at approximately 11.20 and heading into town down Sutton Road. It will enter the Market Place and form a parade at around 12noon.

The crowd will be addressed by Deborah Smalley, Mansfield Mayor Tony Egginton and Lt Col Keith Seddon MBE BEM.

Nottinghamshire Police are advising people to expect delays and road closures in the town centre to accommodate the large numbers expected. Estimates vary, but organisers say they expect the Market Place to be full, with as many as 6,000 people on the route and in town.

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Friday, 11 December 2009

Liberals are mentally ill - Obama


Barack Obama was treated for mental related illnesses in the 70's and early 80's and may have been prescribed anti-psychotic medications.

Schizophrenia is the main reported diagnosis with possible case severe depression.

In his first book, Obama expresses his struggle with his identity and wanting to kill his white half, a view he shares with Malcolm X.

"Dreams From My Father" suggests that Barack Obama has a problem with white people and that is troubling because he is half white.

Barack Obama sees himself as a black man raised by his white mother and grandparents.

In his book he discusses his feelings about this matter and what seems like the depression resulting from it.

Obama suffered from depression and is a typical schizophrenic individual.

View the video HERE


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SIOE Demonstration - Harrow, London, December 13th 2009

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Stop the Islamification of Europe - Details HERE
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White trash? That's not racist, it's only banter

Boz Rahman, taken from facebook

It is not so long ago that a woman trying to post a parcel to her son in the army was turned away by the asian postmaster.

It is not so long ago that an asian working in Asda wouldn't serve a woman because she was wearing a bracelet that showed support for our troops.

And now we come to today's story...

Three weeks ago, an asian man working at Waltham abbey's Sainsbury's was suspended for saying our troops in Afghanistan got everything they deserved (while sporting an Al Qaeda scarf) and calling someone 'white trash'.

The man, who constantly throws the race card. has got away with it by stating 'it was only a bit of banter'.

This person, Boz Rahman, is due to start back at Sainsbury's on Sunday, thanks to USDAW, the union he left two years ago. USDAW said 'it was up to them if they represented him and the convenor chose to'.

USDAW donated nearly £800,000 to Labour last year. In fact, Labour rely heavily on union funding and it is estimated they received around £10million in 2008.

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Robbery? Don't worry, it happens all the time.


Robbery and violence is all too common these days and the police don't seem to give a damn about it. They are far to busy clamping down on drivers to capture real criminals. Maybe it's now in their contract not to tackle criminals for fear of getting hurt.

Two weeks ago a pub landlord in Kirkby-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, went out the back of his pub to get rid of some rubbish.

What he saw disturbed him. A youth was in the bin looking over towards a betting shop; along side the bin were a couple of holdalls.

The landord called the police but they didn't turn up for over a week.

Later the same day the betting shop was robbed by 5 weapon wielding thugs.

The police said that as 'this type of thing is happening alot in Nottinghamshire, we have no idea who they are, so we are taking no further action'.

So that's it. The raiders have got away scot free with nice sum of money for fifteen minutes work.

There is no mention of this story in any newspaper, tv or even online. I wonder why that is.

The word 'vigilante' springs up in conversations all across the country. That's the state this government has got us into.

Maybe that's what they want so they introduce marshall law.

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Thursday, 10 December 2009

This is what the Government really think of England

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This is what the traitors in Government think of England.

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Wednesday, 9 December 2009

A third of teenage criminals are ethnics


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1 in 10 living in Britain are foreign nationals


The number of immigrants living in Britain has almost doubled in less than three decades, official figures show.

More than 10 per cent of the population - 6.7million - were born abroad, the Office for National Statistics has found.

The analysis shows that the count of those born abroad - now agreed to be the best figure for measuring the rate of immigration - is two million higher than it was just eight years ago.

And the figure is nearly double the 3.38million people born abroad who were recorded as living in Britain in 1981.

The scale of immigration over the past few years was set out in a breakdown by National Statistician Jil Matheson, the recently-appointed head of the Government's Office for National Statistics.

She said that there are 689,000 migrants from Eastern Europe in Britain, an increase of 522,000 since Poland and seven other Eastern European countries joined the EU in 2004.

But these make up only one in ten of the foreign-born population of the country, Miss Matheson found.

She also endorsed the ONS projections that say that the UK population will hit the politically sensitive 70million mark in 2029.

She added the recession is likely to have only a small impact on the record levels of immigration since 2001.

The ONS report found that Eastern Europeans have begun to emigrate as well as to arrive in Britain, and overall 20,000 more Eastern Europeans came to this country than left it in 2008.

Current research, Miss Matheson added, suggests that 'a short-term period of falling immigration can be expected, before immigration levels rise again to pre-recession levels'.

She concluded: 'The current recession is likely to have a small and temporary effect on net migration.'

Her findings run counter to assurances from Gordon Brown and Immigration Minister Phil Woolas that the new Home Office points-based immigration system will curb numbers coming into the country and the 70million population mark will never be reached.

Sir Andrew Green, of the Migrationwatch think-tank, said: 'This report confirms the massive impact of immigration on our population under the present Government.

'It must be brought under control, but so far Government policies are completely inadequate for the purpose.'

However, Border and Immigration Minister Phil Woolas said: 'These population projections do not take into account the impact of future government policies or those Eastern Europeans who came here, contributed, and are now going home.

'Projections are uncertain. For instance in the 1960s they said our population would reach 76million by the year 2000, this was off target by 16million.'

He added: 'And let's be clear the category "foreign-born mothers" includes British people born overseas - such as children whose parents are in the armed forces or those who come to Britain at a very early age.'

Previous research counted the number of foreign passport holders, but with many being granted British citizenship counting those who are foreign born is now thought to give the most accurate figure.

The findings on the scale of immigration follow evidence that the arrival of large numbers of migrant workers has pushed down wages and living standards for low-paid workers.

A report last week by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation charity found that the poorest-paid working families have been getting poorer and suffering greater unemployment not since the onset of recession, but from 2004 onwards during a time of economic boom.



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British Health Service one of the worst in Europe


So, our Health Service is supposed to be the best in the world is it?

How many times do we hear ‘If it wasn’t for immigration we wouldn’t have doctors, nurses, dentists, blah, blah, blah’?

Well, according to a survey published yesterday by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, even though we have more nurses than most other countries, Britain is behind the Czech Republic and Poland in international league tables. When it comes to health we lag even further behind the wealthiest nations, such as France, Sweden and Germany.

In the past 12 years, Labour have tripled NHS spending to more than £100billion a year, but they have still failed to improve our Health Service.

Full story HERE

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Tuesday, 8 December 2009

So called 'anti'-fascists condone violence

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While the BNP and groups such as EDL are classed as Nazis by the so-called anti-fascists, it is these 'anti'-fascists are the true fascists; antifa being the main culprit.

Above you will see a video of them at work. Notice how they intimidate and attack for no reason other than the men are skinheads.

They profess to being against any form of fascism and racism, but fail to direct their attacks on a particular group in this country that openly call for the destruction of our people. A group who hate women, our rules and laws and of course our religion. A group that want to change the our land forever.

Here are a few excerpts from their founding statement:

'The use of street-level tactics against their attempts to publicly organise' and 'electoral ambitions can be defeated by the use of counter-propaganda'

'Physical confrontation is only one of our tactics'
and 'those with a ‘moral’ problem regarding this issue should be advised that this is not the group for them'


I will leave you to make up your own minds about this group, although it doesn't take a genius to see who the real fascists are.

While they are an underground illegal, violent group, that cowardly cover their faces with scarves and hoods, a legal political party, the BNP, will continue to strengthen and grow.

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Another day in the life of a terrorist


After another day of cowardly action from the Islamic community, which so far has left dozens killed and even more injured, I thought you may find a few statistics, regarding the religion of peace, very interesting.

Did you know...

More people are killed by islamists each year than in all the 350 years of the Spanish Inquisition combined.

Islamic terrorists kill more people every day than the Klu Klux Klan has in 50 years.

More civillians were killed by Muslim terrorists in 2 hours on September 11th than in the 36 years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland.

19 Muslim hijackers killed more innocents in 2 hours on September 11th than the number of American criminals executed in the last 65 years.


If you would like to check out even more statistics please visit thereligionofpeace website. You are in for quite a shock if you haven't visited before.


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Monday, 7 December 2009

Back online


Finally!

After a week of being without my laptop I am finally back.

It all started when I nipped upstairs to take a bath; my pup somehow got out of the kitchen and headed straight for my laptop which was sitting comfortably on it's stool. But not for long.

By the time I got downstairs, the laptop was on the floor and the power pack chewed.

Great! All my work ruined within 5 minutes.

I couldn't work out how he was escaping. It took me a good half hour to realise he had been squeezing between the side of the dog gate and the wall.

I spent the rest of the day putting him back behind it while trying different things to sort the problem. I blocked it with the mop bucket, but he just pushed it aside. I tried the mop bucket and the wooden step my father had made me. STILL he got out.

In the end I had the mop bucket, step, followed by the mop wedged up against the radiator cover. 'That'll stop him ', I thought. And, for the rest of the day, all was well. It was hard work getting in and out of the living room as it was like an obstacle course, but I finally I could get some peace and quiet when I needed it.

Later that day I was speaking to an old friend of mine. We grew up together and have stayed very close. He is an electronic engineer and he said he'd fix the power pack for me, no sweat. So, off he toddled with the power pack promising he'd fix it that night and push it through the letter box at 6am the next morning.

I woke up around 7am and as I walked downstairs I heard the familiar sound of the pup chewing something; the little shit had escaped again! This time he had managed to squeeze through the other side. And guess what? Just to make matters worse, he had chewed the damn power pack up. AGAIN!

I rang my friend to let him know what had happened and he dropped off something to sort the problem once and for all.

He'd made a couple of strips of meshing. It isn't the normal type of mesh. It looks like the stuff used to make supermarket trolleys. He had even gone round the edges with a grinder to make it nice and smooth so my puppy couldn't hurt himself on sharp edges.

He supplied ties so I could fix it properly. It looks very professional, it stops the pup getting out and gives me peace of mind.

But still I was laptopless.

A new power pack is £70 for my particular laptop. I also need a new battery as the one I have will no longer charge up. It's only a year old but it's had some hammer.

So, I decided I would have a new laptop. Why spend money on something outdated when you can have something better?

And here I am, back online. Eager and ready to get started.

All my work is still on the old laptop so I'm having to start again.
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