Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Birmingham Protest July 4th 2009

I came across this video today. The British people have had enough and are starting to fight back.

Savage Asian Dog Fighting On Our Soil

As an animal lover, I am always horrified to hear of animal cruelty. As if there are not enough cases of it, we now have Asian crime gangs not only involved in guns and drugs but fighting dogs.

Old-fashioned dog fighting, although thoroughly distasteful and illegal, meant the dogs weighed the same, thus ensuring a fair fight. Asian dog fighting is a different story. The dogs are deliberately mismatched meaning a far bloodier battle.

Mike Butcher, chief inspector of special operations at the RSPCA, said: “The most serious injuries I’ve seen have been from fights run by this community. You get whole faces ripped off, bottom jaws missing, eyes out, legs broken. The dogs might just be left to fight to the death.

In Pakistan, dog fighting is still legal and the bully kutta is the favoured breed. Here in Great Britain pitbulls are imported from Croatia. Up to £20,000 is wagered on a single fight, and in the last two years, 60 British-born Asians were jailed for dog fighting.

In November 2008 Liaquat Ali, 40, from Accrington, Lancashire, was jailed for six months when he became the first person prosecuted under tougher laws banning organised dog fights.

In October 2007 seven Birmingham men were imprisoned for organising one of the bloodiest and longest dog fights ever. Two animals died after suffering 124 separate injuries while fighting for hours in a makeshift pit in a kitchen showroom in Alum Rock, Birmingham.

What I find hypocritical about this group of cowards is that they are Muslims. Their ‘religion’ tells them dogs are unclean. However, they don’t mind using them for protection when drug dealing or using them as fighting machines for sick entertainment.

With multicultural diversity comes savagery and this is a prime example.


Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Why you can't think...

Take a look at this young guy. He talks so much sense for someone so young. He will go a long long way

'Rewrite British history to reflect other cultures’

According to the black Labour ‘politician’ Trevor Phillips, ‘parts of British history need to be rewritten to emphasise the roles played by other races and religions like Muslims’, adding that ‘the history of Britain did not properly reflect the contribution of other cultures’.

What bloody contribution except for an overloaded Britain, terrorist attacks, sky high knife crime, rape, gun crime, robbery, drug abuse, prostitution, child grooming, hate preaching, paedophilia…?

Apparently we should rewrite history beginning with the story of how the Muslim Turks held up the Spanish Armada (1588) so the English ships were better prepared.

I’m pretty damn sure Sir Francis Drake and Elizabeth 1st are turning in their graves.

And there’s more. He goes on to say, "Let’s rewrite that (history), so we have an ideal that brings us together so that it can bind us together in stormy times ahead in the next century."

Mr Phillips, the chairman of the new Commission for Equalities and Human Rights, also supports musician Billy Bragg’s campaign for the writing of a new constitution which will define what it means to be British in the 21st century.

A foreigner in our land should abide by our rules and regulations. They should respect our culture and embrace the country that is giving them a better life. Importing hundreds of thousands from third world countries is a recipe for disaster. They bring with them their backward ideologies and have no intention of integrating.

It wasn’t so long ago that Trevor Phillips said that multiculturalism could end up causing segregation. Now he wants to celebrate this mish-mash of different religions and cultures by changing our history to accommodate them. What made him change his mind? I wonder…

A word in Mr Phillips ear… Multiculturalism does NOT work. While we keep letting people onto our soil, in particular Muslims, while we keep bowing down to their demands, multiculturalism will never work.

We like our history the way it is.



Todays Youth

Yesterday I took a trip to our local ‘college’ which recently opened. The college offers mainly IT courses and is partly used by the DWP. They send youngsters in the hope they will learn something, take control of their lives and get off the dole.

As I entered the open-plan reception area I noticed how well it was set out. It was brightly painted and welcoming. The area was full of teenage boys who were sat spreadeagled; some were on chairs but most were on the tables. A tutor was among them and the boys were shouting at the tops of their voices. I’d walked in on an argument; the tutor being the recipient.

As I walked through the middle of them I heard one of the boys shouting that his dole money had been stopped. Why I do not know, most likely because he had not been attending, but the next thing I know was that all hell had broken loose and some of the boys trashed the place.

The teacher didn’t know what to do. He left the room and went outside for a cigarette; the boys left and went up towards the shopping centre.

Game over!

And now the reason for me writing about this incident.

I have always been a big believer in punishing our children for being naughty. Children need to be chastised, otherwise how are they to know they have done wrong?

Thanks to the rules and regulations brought in by the present government we are no longer allowed to do this. We are allowed to make the child sit on the naughty step and tell them what a naughty little child they’ve been, but a short sharp slap is no longer acceptable. Apparently it’s classed as violence and bullying.

Well let me tell you this, a short sharp slap never did me any harm. In fact it did me the world of good. It made me think twice before I did, whatever I had done, again.

The boys I saw yesterday are a prime example of everything that is wrong with this country. Unruly, ignorant children, having children. It is time the government bucked its ideas up and brought back discipline and respect.

Until they do it will only get worse.

Nick Griffin Defending BNP Policy

Sunday, 21 June 2009

The Wedding Gown That Made History

Lilly Friedman doesn't remember the last name of the woman who designed and sewed the wedding gown she wore when she walked down the aisle over 60 years ago. But the grandmother of seven does recall that when she first told her fiancé Ludwig that she had always dreamed of being married in a white gown he realized he had his work cut out for him.

For the tall, lanky 21-year-old who had survived hunger, disease and torture, this was a different kind of challenge. How was he ever going to find such a dress in the Bergen Belsen Displaced Person's camp where they felt grateful for the clothes on their backs?

Fate would intervene in the guise of a former German pilot who walked into the food distribution center where Ludwig worked, eager to make a trade for his worthless parachute. In exchange for two pounds of coffee beans and a couple of packs of cigarettes Lilly would have her wedding gown.

For two weeks, Miriam, the seamstress, worked under the curious eyes of her fellow DPs, carefully fashioning the six parachute panels into a simple, long sleeved gown with a rolled collar and a fitted waist that tied in the back with a bow. When the dress was completed she sewed the leftover material into a matching shirt for the groom.

A white wedding gown may have seemed like a frivolous request in the surreal environment of the camps, but for Lilly the dress symbolized the innocent, normal life she and her family had once led before the world descended into madness. Lilly and her siblings were raised in a Torah observant home in the small town of Zarica, Czechoslovakia where her father was a melamed, respected and well liked by the young yeshiva students he taught in nearby Irsheva.

He and his two sons were marked for extermination immediately upon arriving at Auschwitz . For Lilly and her sisters it was only their first stop on their long journey of persecution, which included Plashof, Neustadt, Gross Rosen and finally Bergen Belsen .

Four hundred people marched 15 miles in the snow to the town of Celle on January 27, 1946 to attend Lilly and Ludwig's wedding. The town synagogue, damaged and desecrated, had been lovingly renovated by the DPs with the meager materials available to them. When a Sefer Torah arrived from England they converted an old kitchen cabinet into a makeshift Aron Kodesh.

"My sisters and I lost everything - our parents, our two brothers, our homes. The most important thing was to build a new home." Six months later, Lilly's sister Ilona wore the dress when she married Max Traeger. After that came Cousin Rosie. How many brides wore Lilly's dress? "I stopped counting after 17." With the camps experiencing the highest marriage rate in the world, Lilly's gown was in great demand.

In 1948 when President Harry Truman finally permitted the 100,000 Jews who had been languishing in DP camps since the end of the war to emigrate, the gown accompanied Lilly across the ocean to America . Unable to part with her dress, it lay at the bottom of her bedroom closet for the next 50 years, "not even good enough for a garage sale. I was happy when it found such a good home."

Home was the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington , D.C. When Lilly's niece, a volunteer, told museum officials about her aunt's dress, they immediately recognized its historical significance and displayed the gown in a specially designed showcase, guaranteed to preserve it for 500 years.

But Lilly Friedman's dress had one more journey to make. Bergen Belsen, the museum, opened its doors on October 28, 2007. The German government invited Lilly and her sisters to be their guests for the grand opening. They initially declined, but finally traveled to Hanover the following year with their children, their grandchildren and extended families to view the extraordinary exhibit created for the wedding dress made from a parachute.

Lilly's family, who were all familiar with the stories about the wedding in Celle, were eager to visit the synagogue. They found the building had been completely renovated and modernized. But when they pulled aside the handsome curtain they were astounded to find that the Aron Kodesh, made from a kitchen cabinet, had remained untouched as a testament to the profound faith of the survivors. As Lilly stood on the bimah once again she beckoned to her granddaughter, Jackie, to stand beside her where she was once a kallah. "It was an emotional trip. We cried a lot."

Two weeks later, the woman who had once stood trembling before the selective eyes of the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele returned home and witnessed the marriage of her granddaughter.

The three Lax sisters - Lilly, Ilona and Eva, who together survived Auschwitz, a forced labor camp, a death march and Bergen Belsen - have remained close and today live within walking distance of each other in Brooklyn. As mere teenagers, they managed to outwit and outlive a monstrous killing machine, then went on to marry, have children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and were ultimately honored by the country that had earmarked them for extinction.

As young brides, they had stood underneath the chuppah and recited the blessings that their ancestors had been saying for thousands of years. In doing so, they chose to honor the legacy of those who had perished by choosing life.

This story was written by veteran journalist Helen Zegerman Schwimmer and initially published in The Jewish Press.

Saturday, 13 June 2009

Obama's American Dream Turns Sour

I was chatting with one of my American friends last night. She informs me that a lot of people who voted for Obama are now regretting doing so.

Americans are struggling to get a job, the economy is a mess and more and more are crossing the borders.

Here is something the media didn’t tell American people; H.R. 1388 was passed.


Obama funds $20M in tax payer dollars to immigrate Hamas Refugees to the USA.

This is the news that didn't make the headlines...

By executive order, President Barack Obama has ordered the expenditure of $20.3 million in "migration assistance" to the Palestinian refugees and "conflict victims" in Gaza .The "presidential determination", which allows hundreds of thousands of Palestinians with ties to Hamas to resettle in the United States, was signed on January 27 and appeared in the Federal Register on February 4.

Few on Capitol Hill, or in the media, took note that the order provides a free ticket replete with housing and food allowances to individuals who have displayed their overwhelming support to the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the parliamentary election of January 2006.Here is a list of some of Barack Obama's most recent actions since his inauguration:

Obama’s first call to any head of state, as president, was to Mahmoud Abbas, leader of Fatah party in the Palestinian territory.

Obama’s first one-on-one television interview with any news organization was with Al Arabia television.

Obama’s first executive order was to fund/facilitate abortion(s) not just here within the U. S. , but within the world, using U. S. tax payer funds.

Obama ordered Guantanamo Bay closed and all military trials of detainees halted.Obama ordered overseas CIA interrogation centers closed.

Obama withdrew all charges against the masterminds behind the USS Cole and the "terror attack" on 9/11.

Now we learn that Obama is allowing hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refuges to move to, and live in, the US at the American taxpayers expense.These important, and insightful, issues are being "lost" in the blinding bail-outs and "stimulation" packages.

We won't gloat and say 'we told you so'!

Thursday, 11 June 2009

One In The Eye To The Opposers

I woke up this morning three hours later than usual, feeling tired and drained; the last few weeks have taken their toll. I shuffled zombie-like into the lounge, turned on my laptop and scanned the weekly, local rags. What I saw made me smile. In fact I laughed out loud so hard, the neighbours must have wondered what on earth was going on.

We all know Mr Alan Walker, the owner of the fields where, for that past couple of years, The Red, White & Blue Festival is held.

Mr Walker has been on the receiving end of (anti) fascist activity since he first agreed to let the festival take place. His property has been vandalised by mindless morons on many occasions; his walls daubed with paint and his locks glued to name just a few. So, to see the article in the Ripley & Heanor News this morning was a breath of fresh air.

Mr Warner is considering selling his land and move on to pastures new. But, Mr Warner isn’t considering selling up to just anyone. He has been made a serious offer by a travelling community who want to turn it into a permanent site. In fact he has stated that he may look to go down that route himself and apply for permission.

I sit here drinking my coffee wondering how the local residents will take it. A few of them have certainly been loud and clear with their objections to the RWB. How are they going to take this news?

Well done, Mr Warner!


Tuesday, 9 June 2009

UAF's Martin Smith - Nutter!

The lies from the uaf never end

Monday, 8 June 2009

Tuesday, 2 June 2009


As a result of growing immigration, the racial grooming of white girls is on the rise. Very rarely are the perpetrators brought to justice.

Here, BNP leader, Nick Griffin, introduces three very disturbing videos featuring just a few of the people this disgusting crime has affected so far.




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