Monday, 14 April 2014

Quotes of the Week

On 13 April 2014, Labour's policy coordinator, Jon Cruddas, wrote this in The Sunday People:
"She's a class act and going from strength to strength. People in Westminster are starting to tip her as a potential mayor for our capital city. Now that is an interesting idea."
Cruddas was speaking of Dame Doreen Lawrence. Doreen's a 'class act?' Well, perhaps, the majority of Londoners will think so too. Seeing as how a clear majority of non-nativee's now occupy our capital city.

Pretty obviously the PC Crowd, which would include Cruddas and the totality of the Labour Party (and the Lib Dems AND the Cameronian Tories), would consider Dame Doreen as 'class act' as well.

I would not. She's spent the last 21 years sneering at the British people.

I don't consider that classy.

On 9 April 2014, Harriet Arkell informed us thus in The Daily Mail:
"The mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence has been named the most powerful woman in the country in a list compiled for Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
Home Secretary Theresa May, who was ranked second in last year's inaugural Woman's Hour Power List, said Baroness Lawrence was 'an example to us all'."

The judges were, an orthodox Jewess, a black woman, a lesbian and Boris Johnson's sister.

Now that's what I call representative!

Not of British womankind, of course, but of Ms May's Westminster Village and the PC Crowd at the Beeb.

On 13 April 2014, after Ian Drury had told us that 'satisfaction in being British has fallen to an all-time low with only one-third (35%) of people saying they are ‘very proud’ of their national identity,' The Daily Mail quoted Sunder Katwala, director of the British Future think-tank, thus:

"For the more educated and affluent there is a cultural aversion to strong patriotism...

Young people might feel that being very proud is something associated with extremist groups... Britishness is still there in the background... but the other nationalities are gaining ground."

You old timers listening to this? Do your grandchildren think you're an extremist? Just because your proud to be British?

Ask them. Ask your children. If they tell you the truth you might just wake up to what the Sunder Katwalas, together with their parliamentary and media sponsors, have been up to over the course of the last half century.

On 13 April 2003, The Daily Mail reported thus:
"That Cyril Smith was a paedophile is known. But in a devastating book... Labour MP Simon Danczuk exposes the industrial scale of his debauchery and how the Establishment, Liberal Party, police chiefs and even MI5 covered it up.

Today Danczuk, MP for Smith’s old Rochdale seat, reveals how the 29-stone monster was saved from prosecution time after time."
Danczuk adds:
"Henry Howarth had succeeded Cyril as mayor of Rochdale in 1967 and was the leader of the Rochdale Liberal Party.
During the police investigation into Cyril at the end of the 1960s, he was interviewed by Detective Sergeant Jeffrey Leach. Howarth offered some robust advice to the police regarding the prospect of charging Cyril with child abuse.

‘May I offer a personal opinion,’ he began. ‘I sincerely hope that this matter is not prosecuted before the court. In my opinion, as a Justice of the Peace, it is not court worthy. The prosecution can do no good at all and the backlash will have unfortunate repercussions for the police force and the town of Rochdale. It is no secret that Cyril and I are buddies, and not only politically.’
In other words, the leader of the local Liberal Party was threatening the police. Notes from Detective Sergeant Leach underneath this account acknowledge as much.

‘The veiled threats and innuendoes contained therein,’ he remarks, ‘reflect Howarth’s general attitude to this inquiry'."

After the Ministry of Defence turned down Sergeant Rick Clement's request to store sperm samples of soldiers on active duty (Rick lost both his legs to a Taliban landmine and cannot now have children or a sex life), he was quoted thus in the 13 April edition of The Daily Mail:

"As a result of the MoD’s decision, more soldiers will be denied the pleasure of fathering children. Many cannot afford the cost of storing their sperm privately... The MoD has enough medical facilities to incorporate a sperm bank.
I know what it is like to feel that you’re not a man any more. A guy can’t feel much worse than that, and I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. The MoD has let soldiers down in a bid to save money, it is heartless."
The MoD has a history of saving money at the expense of our soldiery, Rick. Whatever government is in power, it would rather give billions to tin pot foreign dictators, countries with the A-bomb and space programmes and the EU, than it would to a badly injured soldier.

The enemy was never the Taliban, Rick. If you hadn't been out there, they would never have had the chance, or the inclination, to do what they did.

The enemy is right here at home. The politicians who send our little lads (and lasses) out to kill and die for God knows what in faraway lands, and then ignore those who come home irretrievably damaged, that's your real enemy.

I guess you know that now.

On 12 April 2014, Labour leader, Ed Miliband, was quoted thus by The Daily Mail:
"I describe myself as a Jewish atheist... I don’t believe in God but I think faith is a really, really important thing...
In terms of faith for me, it’s a faith about how you change the world."

How Ed changes the world? Does anyone out there outside of the PC Crowd and the left wing social engineers, think we'll be happier in Ed's Brave New 'Jewish atheist' World than we would've been in the easy-going Christian world of our grandparents?

Look around you, folks. What do you see?

We're already there, aren't we?

On 11 April 2014, heralding the Channel 5 documentary, 'Gypsies on Benefits and Proud,' which would be aired later that day, The Daily Express quoted a Romanian Gipsy, Ion Lazar, thus:
"I know it’s very, very easy to take benefits in England. She’s give me home free, she’s give me money free, she’s give me everything. I need maybe forty thousand from benefits... four zero thousand pounds for my family and I think this money I can make in one years maybe two."
Slovakian Gipsy, Peter Cisarova, who moved to this country with his wife, 11 children and 11 grandchildren, and receives £430 a week in benefits, added:
“My country, I no had a job, no food, nothing. No going back, never. I like here England. 
England give me house, give me doctor, give school, benefit, England good. Thank you so much England.”

Viorel Dinu, a legless Romanian Gipsy, said:
"I come to the UK cos I don’t have a nice life there. In Romania it’s very hard with the money and everything...

In England is more better life because here... they don’t think if your gypsy or not. Every door is open here, this is the most easy."
Is all of this OK by you?

It's OK by the PC Crowd. It's OK by the global elite and their bought politicians. It's OK by European Court of Human Rights and the EU. It's OK by those who hate us.

But is it OK by you? Is it OK by the descendants of those who, in the 1950s, were saying they wanted ALL immigration stopped? Even then, as long ago as that, according to the Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, Trevor Philips, 90 per cent of the British people were saying they wanted ALL immigration stopped.

We don't live in a democracy, you know. You can vote, but who is it you're voting for? You're voting for someone who will do the bidding of those who want us gone.

You're voting for those who are wholly owned by the social engineers who couldn't have cared less what we wanted back in the 1950s.

Just as they couldn't care less what we want now.

On 10 April 2014, Steve Doughty informed us thus in The Daily Mail:
"Hundreds of thousands of Eastern European immigrants came into Britain uncounted because inspectors were at the wrong airports, officials admitted yesterday. A damning report reveals that 350,000 people arrived unnoticed because of glaring gaps in the survey relied on by the Office for National Statistics for migration estimates."
No comment necessary.

Sentencing John Bass for the manslaughter of grandfather-of-five, Mark Austin, Judge John Reddihough, was quoted thus in the 10 April edition of The Daily Mail:
"On at least 30 previous occasions this defendant has been sent to or admitted to psychiatric or similar hospitals because of his long-standing mental disorder...

Apart from the previous convictions for violence on a number of occasions he has been responsible for violence towards staff or medical staff at the hospitals where he has been a patient."
That's how it's been since LibLabCon voted to do away with the old asylums and foist 'care-in-the-community' upon an unsuspecting British public.

My uncle's niece was out shopping when she was stabbed in the back by a lunatic stranger and died. That's how close this particular bit of establishment treachery has come to me.

Hundreds, maybe thousands, have lost their loved ones in similar circumstances in recent times. And, of course, without the institutions, having to fend for themselves, huge numbers of mentally ill folk have ended their own lives as well.

You should hate those you vote for, ladies and gentlemen. You should not give them the office to kill innocent people using such well-documented and violently unpredictable behaviour as that John Bass was notorious for.

Mark is pictured immediately above and his killer above him.

On 8 April 2014, Raymond Ibrahim's article, 'They Are Slaughtering Us Like Chickens - Muslim Persecution of Christians, December, 2013' appeared at The Gatestone Institute website.

He's a snippet:
"The songs of praise to God are banned here." — Police officers to Christians, Turkmenistan.

"An increasing number of people are being incarcerated for crimes of opinion and defense of religious freedom." — Asia News.

As happens at Christmas every year throughout the Muslim world, Christians and their churches were especially targeted—from jihadi terror strikes killing worshippers, to measures by Muslim authorities restricting Christmas celebrations.

In Iraq, according to the Associated Press, 'Militants targeted Christians in three separate Christmas Day bombings in Baghdad, killing at least 37 people, officials said Wednesday. In one attack, a car bomb went off near a church in the capital's southern Dora neighborhood, killing at least 26 people and wounding 38, a police officer said. Earlier, two bombs ripped through a nearby outdoor market simultaneously in the Christian section of Athorien, killing 11 people and wounding 21'."
You know the US is secretly and not so secretly funding and training the Jihadis who kill Christians is Syria, don't you?  You know, of course you do, that, if we hadn't frightened a few back benchers into doing the right thing, we'd be caught up in another awful war right now, fighting alongside the same folk, don't you?

Do you know why? Well, apart from Syria being best pals with Iran and Russia, many of the Jihadis Are Saudi, as is most of the money funding them and the rest of the Al-Qaida types currently putting Syria through the mincer.

And we are vastly indebted to the Saudis.

Our parliamentary betters don't ask too many questions when those holding the purse strings want something.

On 7 April 2014, The Huffington Post quoted Conservative MP, Brian Binley, thus:
"I think my colleagues are putting on a brave face. They already know and privately talk about the impact that they are fearful that UKIP will have in their own patches in the coming May elections. I'm not sure how many of them have really thought through what that means in terms of a general election...

I do think however that they are aware that they could pose a very serious threat. Simply doubling their vote will be a massive blow because most of that vote, no matter what the polls say, comes from us, the Tories."
Binley's fellow Tory, David Ruffley, echoed his fears, saying:
"I think we're going to come third, I think it'll be UKIP first, Labour second and then ourselves."
Got the b*ggers worries, ladies and gents.

About time too.

In April 2014, the parliamentary standards commissioner said Culture Secretary, Maria Miller, had over-claimed for mortgage bills by £45,000.

Subsequently, the Standards Committee determined she she only pay back £5,800. After a less than half-hearted apology in the Commons, former Speaker of the House of Commons, Betty Bothroyd, had this to say on BBC Radio 4:

“I’m very disagreeably surprised Mrs Miller did not resign at the weekend when all this blew up. This was the time that I think she should have gone to the Prime Minister and said that she thought she ought to relinquish her Cabinet position, and I think the Prime Minister should have been gracious enough to accept that...
It’s not just a question of an apology… it wasn’t very fulsome… She’s taken a very, very long time to deal with the Commissioner for Standards in the most churlish way, legalistic way…

It is a matter of honour, a question of honour, quite honestly. People in the past, leading members of government, leading Members of Parliament have resigned and I think it is for Mrs Miller to have done likewise and I’m sad to say that I regard it as an error of judgement on the part of the Prime Minister that he didn’t quietly say to her: ‘I think it’s time to go, thank you for your services, but I think it’s time to go’…

She is bringing parliament into disrepute… All my life I’ve wanted to protect our parliamentary system, which I cherish, and I think that Mrs Miller is bringing it into disrepute… She should reliqiush that Cabinet post. Her constituents will deal with her at the next election…

I am annoyed, I am very angry… It is a question of honour, a matter of honour and she should go…

I haven’t much time for the parliamentary committee… They seem to be a committee that examines their own navel… We can’t have that.”
Maria Miller resigned on 9 April and was replaced as Culture Secretary by Sajid Javid. 

It isn’t immediately obvious what qualifications Rochdale’s finest has for his new role, other than being a former Wall Street banker and a multi-millionaire.

Of Pakstani Muslim ancestry.

Which, in the the world of real and unrealpolitik, means votes. Lots and lots of first and second-generation immigrant votes.

Can you hear Cameron and the Tory grandees chortling? What’s that they’re saying?

‘Two can play at New Labour’s game!’


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