Saturday, 28 February 2009

The beast in me

The great Johnny Cash singing 'The beast in me' from his 'American Recordings' album of1994.

Friday, 27 February 2009

Jack Straw: delusional Stasi cocksucker

In today's Guardian, Jack Straw, minister for the prevention of justice, tells us:

"On any objective basis, this government has done more to reinforce and strengthen liberty than any since the war." This from a government which has the DNA of over half a million innocent children stored in its criminal database, and hands over suspects for rendition to torture camps.

In order to justify his ludicrous views, he creates a straw man to knock down - namely that 'there was no golden age of liberty'. Sadly, the extent of New Labour's control-freakism makes the1980s under Thatcher, or indeed any preceding time, look like a golden age.

You're not kidding anyone, Jack, so take your ID card, DNA database and warrantless searches and fuck off.

The final push for world government

Great little YouTube vid from Aenfroy87 - Much Respect, brother.

Thursday, 26 February 2009

An unschooler speaks

As we used to say in my old school: "Fight! Fight! Fight!"

In this case between a defender of home schooling (good) against a bootlicking, state-worshipping school teacher (evil) who wants to regulate parents, in order, one surmises, to drag home-schooled children down to the cesspit-level of the bog-standard comprehensive.

Bishop Hill has done a good job picking through the deranged thinking of the evil David Semple, but the garland must go to one commenter, 'Unschooler', on the thread who says:

"Without corporal punishment teachers must resort to more underhand methods of manipulation and punishment to create the semblance of learning. This is making them depressed and angry. I would be upset too if I were systematically ignoring the human rights of those in my care. Like freedom of thought, freedom of association… and all the while pretending to myself that I’m doing the right thing.

School education is unwanted. It doesn’t work. It never did. It cannot be fixed. Neither can any other form of coercion in learning.

Home educating families are creating the future. So hands off! Leave them alone! OK?"

Well said, Unschooler. (Hat tip: Devil's Kitchen)

The one human right you NEVER hear about

...that being: the right to defend yourself. So, no surprises that a truck driver who was attacked while he was sleeping by a gang of robbers, and defended himself by stabbing three of them, is being held on 'suspicion of murder'.

Murder requiring premeditation, perhaps a lawyer can explain to me how a sleeping man can premeditate a killing?

Now, the details are sketchy at this point in time, but if the facts are as represented above, this man should get a medal for ridding the world of somebody who had it coming. Instead, the Law is likely to come down heavy, because the one thing the oligarchy hate is a man who defends himself. They want us all passive slaves, begging for protection from the state.

My message to Worcestershire Police: Let him go you bastards, he hasn't done anything wrong. You're supposed to be on our side, not the side of the criminals.

Andrew Jackson: wise words of warning

It is one of the serious evils of our present system of banking that it enables one class of society--and that by no means a numerous one--by its control over the currency, to act injuriously upon the interests of all the others and to exercise more than its just proportion of influence in political affairs. The agricultural, the mechanical, and the laboring classes have little or no share in the direction of the great moneyed corporations, and from their habits and the nature of their pursuits they are incapable of forming extensive combinations to act together with united force [...] But with overwhelming numbers and wealth on their side they are in constant danger of losing their fair influence in the Government, and with difficulty maintain their just rights against the incessant efforts daily made to encroach upon them. The mischief springs from the power which the moneyed interest derives from a paper currency which they are able to control, from the multitude of corporations with exclusive privileges which they have succeeded in obtaining in the different States, and which are employed altogether for their benefit; and unless you become more watchful in your States and check this spirit of monopoly and thirst for exclusive privileges you will in the end find that the most important powers of Government have been given or bartered away, and the control over your dearest interests has passed into the hands of these corporations.

Taken from Andrew Jackson's farewell address


Power tripping

"Essentially what the Cabinet minister is doing is substituting his or her judgment for that of the tribunal."

Jack Straw, minister for the perversion of justice, explaining to our ceremonial parliament why he is refusing to publish the cabinet documents relating to the Labour government's decision to kill hundreds of thousands of Iraqis based on a lie.

Wednesday, 25 February 2009

More scientists challenge global warming cult

From The Register:

"Japanese scientists have made a dramatic break with the UN and Western-backed hypothesis of climate change in a new report from its Energy Commission.

Three of the five researchers disagree with the UN's IPCC view that recent warming is primarily the consequence of man-made industrial emissions of greenhouse gases. Remarkably, the subtle and nuanced language typical in such reports has been set aside.

One of the five contributors compares computer climate modelling to ancient astrology. Others castigate the paucity of the US ground temperature data set used to support the hypothesis, and declare that the unambiguous warming trend from the mid-part of the 20th Century has ceased."

Big Brother's creepy sidekick

Sir David Omand not only looks like a ferret, he has similar pastimes - namely crawling around in other people's underpants. He'd like us to believe this is to defend us from those nasty terrorists, but he and his ilk are the far worse threat.

Lost cause

Another tune from one of my favourite singers (before it gets kiboshed off YouTube).

Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Jack Straw: the thief of liberty

To understand the relentless vileness of the UK regime, exemplified by Minister of Justice (sic) Jack Straw, consider these two stories:

In the first one, Straw blocks the people from learning what was discussed in Cabinet prior to launching the unprovoked war on Iraq. His reason - excuse me while I spit out the bile - it would 'harm democracy'. No, Straw, you cunt. It would harm you and your stinking party.

In the second one, Straw does a soft-shoe-shuffle on one aspect of the regime's total control grid, contained in the Coroners and Justice Bill. According to the report; "he has asked officials to draw up plans to tighten the provisions in an attempt to allay fears about a drift towards a “surveillance society”, and thus win public confidence in the measure."

Drift indeed. It's never been a drift - it's been full steam ahead towards the Orwellian Nightmare State for as long as Labour have been in power, because they are dirty, little control-freak voyeurs, who would be masturbating in the bushes outside a nurses hall of esidence if they weren't in government.

(Pic: Reuters)

Go it alone

Here's a rotoscope vid from Ryan Guimond's YouTube channel with Beck's 'Go it alone' from the album Guero, which I stumbled across and like.

Monday, 23 February 2009

GM food experiments on children

The biotech company Syngenta, the Rockefeller Foundation and the charitable foundation set up by Bill Gates have been experimenting on children, feeding them genetically-doctored rice which can have harmful toxic effects including causing birth defects.

The tests breach a code dating back to the Nuremburg Trials, and has led to protests from a number of scientists.

Friday, 20 February 2009

Remember Bush

Here's Lew Rockwell interviewing Russ Baker, journalist and author of 'Family Of Secrets', an exposé of the criminal Bush family.

The arrogance of the secret state

The public bodies that are supposed to protect the public from the state remind me of the courts in Zimbabwe; often handing down lawful judgements, which are completely ignored by the thugs of ZanuPF.

So, yet again the 'Information Tribunal' has ruled against the government, telling it to disclose the secret reports which no doubt reveal the huge cost and contemptible nature of its Identity (theft) Card. What's the betting that the government will just ignore the ruling?

Thursday, 19 February 2009

No one to buy or sell...

Tim Yeo has, with his comments on imposing a 'carbon ration card' upon the country, shown beyond any doubt that the vile tories offer nothing to the people of Britain.

These trashy politicians, who dare lecture us on our lifestyles, while they fraudulently line their own pockets with fiddled expenses, do nothing but think up new ways to steal our money for their own enrichment and that of their corporate string-pullers.

I'd sooner put the whole stinking lot up against a wall than vote Labour, Tory or Lib Dem. Fuck them all.

Tuesday, 17 February 2009

The scientific inquisition

The vendetta to destroy Dr Andrew Wakefield, the researcher who questioned the safety of the MMR vaccine, continues unabated in this weekend's Times, which firstly sneers at the fact he's got a job in America, and secondly an editorial by David Aaronovitch calls for his head for daring to go against the establishment dogma.

What none of his critics ever want to do is attempt what he attempted, and find the cause of the massive increase in autism. The handling of the MMR dispute showed the government at its most authoritarian, taking steps to strike off doctors who offered single vaccines and attempting to stop the single vaccines coming into the country, trying and failing to browbeat parents into do what they were told. As the article indicates the government failed.

The fate of Andrew Wakefield is mirrored time and again in the lives of respected scientists and doctors who step out of line by publishing evidence and research that goes against what the priests of orthodoxy want. Such inquisitional behaviour represents an attack on progress, by making it virtually possible to raise controversial issues without losing one's job.

A harvest of tyranny

One of the key aspects of fascism is the combination of state and corporate power. One of the greatest enemies of today's would-be tyrants is the freedom of the internet. Hence the UK regime's continual offensive against the free circulation of information, using the muscle of BT and the other big players to 'harvest' data from the smaller ISPs. According to Chris Williams in the Register:

"The government will call on BT and other big communications firms to monitor small ISPs' customers and keep private information on them under European data retention rules, the Home Office has revealed...

A Home Office spokeswoman confirmed the laws mean higher tier providers, including BT, will be called on to act as the government's collectors, pooling pivate communications data from dozens of small reseller networks."

Elsewhere the government über-voyeurs push on with the integration of our health records into their control grid, the perfect programme for increasing their power over us as individuals and handing trunk-loads of our money to their corporate accomplices.

More war

No surprises to see the Obama administration presiding over an expansion of the war in Afghanistan. Obama, back on the campaign trail, called for attacks on Pakistan, and his earlier opposition to the war in Iraq, and promises to bring the troops home have been quietly disposed of.

One of the effects of a victory for the Democrats has been to 'de-politicise' the wars of Bush, enabling their continuance far into the future. The question remains as to whether Obama's brainwashed worshippers will notice the bait-and-switch.

Sunday, 15 February 2009

More NWO scene-setting

From Agence France-Presse:

Italy's finance minister called for a "new world economic order" as he wrapped up the crisis meeting of finance leaders from the Group of Seven leading economies

"A new world economic order might seem rhetorical," he said. "But it is a true goal we should be aiming towards... today right here in Rome we've embarked on a very significant journey, both technical and ethical."

Thursday, 12 February 2009

From one who should know

"I am not a fool as to believe that war is a thing of the past. I know the people do not want war, but there is no use in saying we cannot be pushed into another war.

Looking back, Woodrow Wilson was re-elected president in 1916 on a platform that he had "kept us out of war" and on the implied promise that he would "keep us out of war." Yet, five months later he asked Congress to declare war on Germany.

In that five-month interval the people had not been asked whether they had changed their minds. The 4,000,000 young men who put on uniforms and marched or sailed away were not asked whether they wanted to go forth to suffer and die.

Then what caused our government to change its mind so suddenly?


An allied commission, it may be recalled, came over shortly before the war declaration and called on the President. The President summoned a group of advisers. The head of the commission spoke. Stripped of its diplomatic language, this is what he told the President and his group:

"There is no use kidding ourselves any longer. The cause of the allies is lost. We now owe you (American bankers, American munitions makers, American manufacturers, American speculators, American exporters) five or six billion dollars.

If we lose (and without the help of the United States we must lose) we, England, France and Italy, cannot pay back this money . . . and Germany won't.

So . . . "

Had secrecy been outlawed as far as war negotiations were concerned, and had the press been invited to be present at that conference, or had radio been available to broadcast the proceedings, America never would have entered the World War. But this conference, like all war discussions, was shrouded in utmost secrecy. When our boys were sent off to war they were told it was a "war to make the world safe for democracy" and a "war to end all wars."

General Smedley Butler; from chapter five of 'War is a racket' 1936


"For really I thinke that the poorest hee that is in England hath a life to live, as the greatest hee, and therefore Truly Sr I thinke itt clear, that every Man that is to live undr a Government ought first by his own Consent to put himself under that Government; and I do think that the poorest man in England is not at all bound in a strict sense to that Government that he hath not had a voice to put Himself under"

Thomas Rainsborough during the Putney Debates, July 1647

A dark tale of religious persecution

A five-year-old girl reprimanded for talking about God. Her mother, an employee of the school, threatened with the sack for asking for prayers...

Is this the Soviet Union fifty years ago?

What dirty snitch passed a private email from a church prayer group to the headmaster?

And why does the Telegraph choose that photo?

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Yeah, thanks Mervyn - now how about shutting your fucking mouth?

Reported in the Daily Mail et al:

"Governor Mervyn King said it will take a long time to recover and the slump will become even worse if the Government fails to restore the health of the banking system.

He said the Bank may have to start printing money within weeks in a desperate attempt to pull the country out of its economic dive."

Did you hear that, folks? The governor of the Bank of England just threatened hyperinflation. Maybe it's got something to do with this story, from the London Telegraph of January 16th 2009:

"The Government is set to throw out the 165-year old law that obliges the Bank to publish a weekly account of its balance sheet – a move that will allow it theoretically to embark covertly on so-called quantitative easing. The Banking Bill, which is currently passing through Parliament, abolishes a key section of the law laid down by Robert Peel’s Government in 1844 which originally granted the Bank the sole right to print UK money."


Fiat justice

A pox on this judge, his stinking court of appeal, the nazi social workers and the arrogant doctors who took three children from their parents for no good reason and now refuse to allow them to return. Can there be any better example of the bankruptcy of British justice?

Serge fest

Here's Monsieur Gainsbourg burning a 500F note in protest at high taxes. Bien fait, mon legionnaire...

and again, giving a piano lesson to little Charlotte, la petite ange...

'New York USA' de 1964...

et enfin, 'Elisa' de 1969. Ça suffit.

Monday, 9 February 2009

More Orwellian shit

Hardly a day goes by without the announcement of some new twist of the fascist screw. Now political opponents of the government are to be targeted by a new cadre of secret police - 'the Confidential Intelligence Unit.
According to the Daily Mail:

"The Confidential Intelligence Unit (CIU) has the power to operate across the UK and will mount surveillance and run informers on ‘domestic extremists’."

In other words, a bunch of paid-for voyeurs and agents provateurs. Textbook police state tactics, no doubt, and not new. Back in the day, groups like the Communist Party could never have survived without their SIS subs.

The article continues:

"The unit also aims to identify the ring-leaders behind violent demonstrations such as the recent anti-Israel protests in London."

Perhaps they'd like to start with the man causing trouble when George W Bush was last in town. It won't be hard to track him down, seeing as he was a copper.

(Pic: Ebenezer)

Sunday, 8 February 2009

NWO updates

"Asia central banks call for New World financial Order" - Reuters India.

"New World Order" - Time.

"Gordon Brown as brutal midwife to a New Global Order" - Telegraph.

"New Global Financial Order" - Korea Herald.

Saturday, 7 February 2009

UK surveillance state eroding free society...

... according to a House of Lords committee:

"The expansion in the use of surveillance represents one of the most significant changes in the life of the nation since the end of the Second World War. Mass surveillance has the potential to erode privacy. As privacy is an essential pre-requisite to the exercise of individual freedom, its erosion weakens the constitutional foundations on which democracy and good governance have traditionally been based in this country."

The recommendations of the committee, such as a review of the much-vaunted crime-fighting capabilities of CCTV and limitations on RIPA, the Act which allows local councils to use anti-terror laws against you if you're late returning a library book, would certainly be a step in the right direction, but it's not going to influence the sick, voyeuristic control-freaks who comprise the government - surveillance, control and power over the citizens is what they live for, it is the reason they got into government.

KRS One in Austin

More from the hip hop legend, talking to Alex Jones on a recent visit to Austin, Texas.

Financial Coup d'Etat

Catherine Austin Fitts puts the pieces together:

In the fall of 2001 I attended a private investment conference in London to give a paper, The Myth of the Rule of Law or How the Money Works: The Destruction of Hamilton Securities Group.

The presentation documented my experience with a Washington-Wall Street partnership that had:

  • Engineered a fraudulent housing and debt bubble;
  • Illegally shifted vast amounts of capital out of the U.S.;
  • Used “privitization” as form or piracy - a pretext to move government assets to private investors at below-market prices and then shift private liabilities back to government at no cost to the private liability holder.

Other presenters at the conference included distinguished reporters covering privatization in Eastern Europe and Russia. As the portraits of British ancestors stared down upon us, we listened to story after story of global privatization throughout the 1990s in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

Slowly, as the pieces fit together, we shared a horrifying epiphany: the banks, corporations and investors acting in each global region were the exact same players. They were a relatively small group that reappeared again and again in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Asia accompanied by the same well-known accounting firms and law firms.

Clearly, there was a global financial coup d’etat underway.

The magnitude of what was happening was overwhelming. In the 1990’s, millions of people in Russia had woken up to find their bank accounts and pension funds simply gone – eradicated by a falling currency or stolen by mobsters who laundered money back into big New York Fed member banks for reinvestment to fuel the debt bubble.

Reports of politicians, government officials, academics, and intelligence agencies facilitating the racketeering and theft were compelling. One lawyer in Russia, living without electricity and growing food to prevent starvation, was quoted as saying, “We are being de-modernized.”

Read the article

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

BBC echoes Porritt's call for population cull

According to John Feeney at the BBC website:

"It's the great taboo of environmentalism: the size and growth of the human population. It has a profound impact on all life on Earth, yet for decades it has been conspicuously absent from public debate."

Feeney admits to past mistakes in population control, but doesn't give details. Maybe he's thinking of such cases as those that documented by The Native American Woman's Health Education Resource Center.

"A study by the Government Accounting Office during the 1970s found widespread sterilization abuse in four areas served by the IHS. In 1975 alone, some 25,000 Native American women were permanently sterilized--many after being coerced, misinformed, or threatened."

In this paper on the subject, Michael Sullivan DeFine states:

"The purpose of this article is to trace the historical influence of governmentally funded sterilization from the beginning of the eugenics movement in the 19th century to see how this effects Native American women today. This topic will investigate the social prejudices and rationalizations for sterilization of the "less-talented" members of society advocated by the most influential social and biological scientists in American history. "

Notwithstanding any supposed taboo, population control has been extensively practiced in the last few decades., and was implemented by the kind of eminent scientists Feeney wants us to listen to now, so remember when they talk about population control, you are part of the population and the control they seek is over you.

(Image) (Hat tip: Infowars)

Canadian minister calls for New World Order

"Canada’s position at the upcoming meeting of Group of Seven finance ministers will be that each country must get its own financial system in order, but that an international body is also urgently needed to restore confidence, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Wednesday."

(Hat tip: Infowars)

Sunday, 1 February 2009

China is the model for the nouveau malthusians

As reported in the Times:

"Jonathon Porritt, who chairs the government’s Sustainable Development Commission, says curbing population growth through contraception and abortion must be at the heart of policies to fight global warming. He says political leaders and green campaigners should stop dodging the issue of environmental harm caused by an expanding population.

A report by the commission, to be published next month, will say that governments must reduce population growth through better family planning... Porritt, a former chairman of the Green party, says the government must improve family planning, even if it means shifting money from curing illness to increasing contraception and abortion."

The real agenda behind the faux-environmentalist cult is profoundly anti-humanist, and has always been. Population reduction is the underlying goal. However, the one true method of reducing population growth (where it exists at all) will not be on offer.

Economic development and increasing the educational standards of women reduces the number of children born, but the malthusian devotees of Gaia are hell-bent on preventing the Third World from developping. Instead they pursue other strategies, such as forced sterilisation, for killing off the so-called useless eaters. According to Porritt:

"...we still have relatively high levels of pregnancies going to birth, often among women who are not convinced they want to become mothers."

Porritt thinks he knows the mind of pregnant women better than they do, and advocates abortion by default it seems.