Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Follow the money

"Dr. James S. Robertson, England’s leading bioengineer of flu viruses for the vaccine industry, and avid promoter of U.S. Government funding for lucrative “biodefense” contracts, along with collaborators at the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), helped Novavax, Inc., in Bethesda, Maryland, produce genetically-modified recombinants of the avian, swine, and Spanish flu viruses, H5N1 and H1N1, nearly identical to the unprecedented Mexican virus that has now spread to the United States. The outbreak was precisely timed to promote the company’s new research and huge vaccine stockpiling contracts, according to Dr. Horowitz"

Read on...

Read Dr Robertson justifying the recreation of the most deadly virus in history here in which he says:

"Many influenza virologists remain nervous about creating and experimenting with a reconstructed 1918 Spanish flu virus, an extremely dangerous virus which disappeared from the world long ago. However, it cannot be denied that the information that has been derived from this experiment is exciting and represents an important milestone in understanding the severity of these highly pathogenic types of influenza viruses."

"Exciting"? This sick motherfucker must be cockahoop right now.

Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Hannan: I agree, but your party doesn't


Watch Daniel Hannan Speech in News | View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com

Hat tip to DK for posting this up. Daniel Hannan speaks a whole lot of sense and makes the key arguments against the EU's slo-mo coup d'état. Unfortunately, as DK observes, the tory leadership is just as complicit in the 'grand projet' as the other major parties, and, although I have no doubt Hannan represents the rank-and-file tories, there will be no change of direction if Cameron sweeps into Downing Street at the next election, and the more likely that becomes, the less Cameron will be promising. Sure, we'll get the usual 're-negotiation' flannel, which anyone who knows knows that means nothing.

Monday, 27 April 2009

Chances are...

... this flu is straight out of a laboratory.

Sunday, 26 April 2009

Amazing new strategy to beat Somali pirates

It seems someone's come up with a great idea for preventing pirates from seizing your ship: you fire back. Of course, a little preparation is necessary, you have to actually have some weapons on board to begin with.

You don't need to be Einstein or Sherlock Holmes really, do you? It's common fucking sense.

Gurkhas told no room at the inn

The shabby treatment routinely meted out to ex-servicemen is a shame on this nation, especially at the hands of a government that is so willing to send them into harm's way.

As reported by AFP:

"Immigration Minister Phil Woolas denied campaigners' claims that the British government had betrayed the Gurkhas."What we've done today is to allow even more people in without setting a precedent that would create a massive pressure in my view on the immigration service, which I don't think the public would want me to grant," he told BBC television."

Utter rot.

It is indeed the case that the public are not generally keen on large-scale immigration, but I am certain that this does not apply in the case of the Gurkhas, who have long been held in high regard for their service to the country's armed forces. The public's view, I am sure is this:

You've let in hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world, including convicted criminals, people-traffickers, and hardcore fundamentalists - what the fuck's you're problem with the Gurkhas?

Let them in, you shameful bunch of wankers.

Short of cash? Why not become a police informant?

A disturbing report in the Guardian exposes the activities of the police with regard to climate protesters 'Plane Stupid', into which HM's Constabulary are inserting stipended informants. Much as intelligence gathering is a legitimate act, when wads of money start changing hands, lines become very blurred. For a start, informants will be pressurised to 'come up with the goods,' to tell the cops what they think they want to hear, or even to play the part of agents provocateurs. So participants beware! That fired-up young activist may be paying off his debts with your arse in a sling.

In the past, drug smugglers have enjoyed virtual immunity from prosecution by subsidising their stock-in-trade with setting up fall guys for the customs men. Indeed, although I cannot recall the source, I remember reading that if the police and customs had arrested their informants, they would have shut down about 90% of the heroin imports to the UK!

Saturday, 25 April 2009

Pour mon amie royaliste

My recent arguments here and chez elle put me in mind of this cartoon from James Gilray: 'The Tree of Liberty - with the Devil tempting John Bull'. According to Wikimedia:

"Round a bare and decayed oak tree is twined a serpent with the head of [Whig leader Charles James] Fox; he holds a damaged apple inscribed "reform" to John Bull, who is fat and his pockets bulge with golden apples. The trunk of the tree is "opposition"; its roots are: envy, ambition, disappointment. Each rotten apple has an inscription: democracy, treason, slavery, etc.

In the background is an oak in full leaf: its trunk is "Justice", the roots Commons, King, Lords, the branches Laws and Religion. From it hangs a crown surrounded by apples, some inscribed Freedom, Happiness, Security."

Don't watch this

Once upon a time...



A clip from one of my favourite movies, and undoubtedly a classic - Emir Kusturica's 'Underground', a parable of Yugoslavia, full of humour, tragedy and great soundtrack.

Friday, 24 April 2009

St George's Day... or not

It has lately become a tradition to use the annual occurrence of St George's Day to navel-gaze about English identity and debate whether an additional public holiday should be instituted. This came up at the end of Thursday's Question Time on the BBC - with historian David Starkey getting himself into the papers for deriding the Scots, Welsh and Irish as 'petty nations' and causing a flurry of complaints from literally dozens of thin-skinned Celts. The other panel responses covered the predictable ground, with Vince Cable going for the usual pro-British/'shut up about England' tosh and John Denham by contrast welcoming the new NF-free English consciousness.

Firstly, as for David Starkey, he is quite wrong to suggest that national days are an indicator of a 'petty nation'. I am certain that virtually all countries have one, including the USA and Russia, neither of which can be described as 'petty'. Moreover, St. George's Day has never been an exclusively English event, as St. George is patron saint of many places, including Catalonia, Genoa, Turkey, Georgia. In Barcelona, the custom is for the women to be given flowers and the men to be given books; a charming tradition that I'd far rather import to this country than 'trick or treat'.

Secondly, Vince Cable's view, which is that he is proud to be British, and that this is the acceptable and preferable way for English people to feel, is fine for him, but I don't share it. I do not feel proud to be British, I don't care about Britain. I was born in England, I live in England, I speak English. I am English, and that's enough for me.

I am an English nationalist. What that means, in part at least, is that I am a nationalist who happens to be English. My view of the nation state is bound to my belief in democracy and popular sovereignty. As I've said before, without national sovereignty there can be no democracy, because there will be nothing for the demos (δῆμος) to rule.

My nationalism is also linked to my views on the economy and opposition to globalism, the force which has tried and very largely succeeded in destroying national sovereignty the world over. A propaganda war has been waged for almost a century to deride nationalism as a reactionary and dangerous creed. We have been told that nations alone cannot solve the problems they face, and, as sovereignty is continually stripped away from nation states, this becomes ever truer, but this is not inevitable, rather the consequence of policy, driven by the IMF, the WTO, the EU, NATO, the OECD etc - the pillars of the post-1945 World Order - with the international corporate banking elite smiling benignly in the shadows.

What must be understood is that acquiescence in this globalist agenda means the extinguishing of democracy. This country (England or Britain, take your pick) has never truly been a democracy, but what meagre serving we had is fast disappearing. If that MP we elect can no longer influence the laws that govern us, and if our government is no longer answerable to the people, but rather to international institutions, which can dictate policy no matter what the people of the country cry out for, and no matter what party is in power, then democracy has flown the nest.

Back in 1951 at the birth of the European Coal and Steel Community (cromagnon man to the EU homo sapien) Minister Herbert Morrison turned down an invitation for Britain to join with the famous comment 'the Durham miners won't stand for it'. Today's government can disregard the wrath of Durham's miners; the question they must ask is whether the IMF, the EU and the WTO will stand for whatever policy they are considering.

To return to the original issue, that of St George's Day and whether it should be celebrated with a public holiday, the simple answer is; of course! Going to work is shit. The more public holidays the better (within reason I suppose), and screw those statistics which allege a bank holiday costs the nation £6 Billion or whatever (who cares anymore? That's probably the amount the national debt has grown whilst I've been writing this post). The only reasonable argument against it would be it's timing in relation to other public holidays, and that it would be better to have a day off in summer, say the 1st July, which is fine with me, and an opportunity to push my particular innovation;

Robin Hood Day.

Just think about it... happy people, smiling in the sunshine, archery contests on the green, drunken mobs laying seige to tax offices... A celebration of Englishness.

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Nazional Sozialworkerism

Social workers have abducted an old woman, being cared for by her daughter, with the assistance and complicity of the police and the local beak. The daughter had recently rescued her mother from their clutches, but, according to ITN:

'They obtained an emergency warrant from magistrates under the Mental Health Act on the grounds that a "person believed to be suffering from a mental disorder is being ill treated and neglected".'

Another monstrous usurpation of natural justice by the brown-shirted social workers.

Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Max Keiser: Back by popular demand



Here's an interesting debate on the global food crisis, concerning the role of the international commodity markets, seed monopolists like Monsanto etc. Wise words from Vandava Shiva, and Max is always on the money.

Sucking our blood

Will the government ever run out of new ways to fuck us over and rob our money? The Mail reports:

"Ministers are considering plans to allow police to stop motorists deemed to be distracted and hand out £60 on-the-spot fines.

And this month in Manchester, smart cars fitted with 'spy cameras' started operations to pinpoint 'distracted' motorists.

Guilty drivers receive a fine in the post without even knowing they have been photographed.

The scheme is expected to be expanded to other areas including Havering, East London, and Brentwood, Essex. Earlier this year, a mother was fined £60 and given three points for eating a chicken sandwich at the wheel. "

Ediri Tsekiri, 36, a researcher, was stopped by police near her home in Liverpool for not being in proper control of her vehicle.

Last month, Gary Saunders was stopped by police in the same city - for laughing while driving.

And Northumbria Police used video evidence from a helicopter and car to prove the case in 2005 against nursery nurse Sarah McCaffery, 23, who was fined £60 for holding an apple while driving.

Caroline Flint: Breathtaking arrogance

As reported in the Telegraph:

"Caroline Flint, the Minister for Europe, has admitted that she has not read the Lisbon Treaty*, the controversial document which codifies the rules of the European Union."

*The treaty over which the Labour government promised to hold a referendum and then betrayed the promise, and this cunt, the Minister for Europe no less, can't be bothered to read it.

Hat tip: 'Is there more to life than shoes?'

"We have no idea"

Much as the global warming scam to introduce taxes on carbon dioxide continues unabated, the lying propagandists of the BBC have to somehow deal with the reality that solar activity is the main driving force in climate.

So we get this report, in which at least one thing is accurate; that the experts have 'no idea' when solar activity will increase from it's current low level. Nevertheless the unceasing bullshit continues.

Ad hystericum



This is quite funny too.

Monday, 20 April 2009

Protect the banks



"The banks are not the country, they are not the economy, the banks are just a number of corporations, run by a certain number of individuals that I know Geithner and Summers are friends with, and not just friends..."

From the Young Turks channel.

Sunday, 19 April 2009

Saturday, 18 April 2009

Or this

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Obama legitimises the Nuremburg Defence

The Obama Whitehouse has released various memos (news to no one who follows the real AKA 'alternative' media) , showing the Bush regime's use of torture, which, to the casual observer, may appear to be a break with the past, but no one is likely to be held accountable, especially as Obama has excused anyone involved who was 'only obeying orders'. According to Attorney General Holder:

“It would be unfair to prosecute dedicated men and women working to protect America for conduct that was sanctioned in advance by the Justice Department."

Such a defence is no defence. We are all responsible for what we do. Claiming that somebody told you to commit felonious crimes does not excuse you of guilt. The abuses of the Bush regime will continue under the new management team.

Friday, 17 April 2009

Up the Deutschers!

Germany banned Monsanto's genetically engineered (GE) maize MON810. Ilse Aigner, Minister for Food, said:

"I have come to the conclusion that there are legitimate grounds to accept that genetically modified corn from the MON810 strain constitutes a danger to the environment."

Good news.

Corporate victory over web pirates

Pirate Bay's crew have taken a lashing of porridge from the Swedish courts, although they may yet escape. The corporazis will celebrate, as their plan to strangle the free internet by infernal copyright law advances a step further.

Thursday, 16 April 2009

More stuff from the Annals

"God, when He created matter and endued it with a principle of mobility, established certain rules for the perpetual direction of that motion — so, when He created man and endued him with free-will to conduct himself in all parts of life, He laid down certain immutable laws of human nature whereby that free-will is in some degree regulated and restrained, and gave him also the faculty of reason to discover the purport of those laws."


Seen in 'Common Law: Roots & Fruits', an essay by Francis Nigel Lee.

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Slogan

This is...



Augustus Pablo, playing 'Java' live at Japansplash with Soul Syndicate Band.

Thanks to Rasorder.

Population Control Freak of the Week

The winner, of course, is David Attenborough, a man who has spent his entire adult life doing voice-overs to films of animals fucking, all around the world - good for him, nice life, nice safari pants, but when it comes to hysterical rants in favour of one child policies we part company.

Incident in Boston Harbor: three views

"It's also worth remembering that the Boston Tea party wasn't a complaint about high taxes but a complaint about reducing the import duty on tea to almost zero. That meant that the tea-smugglers couldn't compete with the legitimate importer (the East India Company) which is why the smugglers staged their raid and tipped the tea overboard."

Commenter Dearieme showing his/her woeful ignorance at Freeborn John's.

"To save the failing British East India Company, [Parliament] passed the Tea Act, giving the company a monopoly on the sale of tea to the colonies, cutting out our honest American merchants and smugglers alike. The enraged colonists retaliated by refusing to allow the tea to be off-loaded in American ports.

On December 16, 1773, 150 men dressed as Mohawks boarded three British chips in Boston Harbor and,, as thousands watched, dumped the cargo of tea overboard."

Patrick J Buchanan - The Great Betrayal, 1998

"The East India company, who till that time had never sent a pound of tea to America on their own account, step forth on that occasion the asserters of parliamentary right, and send hither many ship loads of that obnoxious commodity. The masters of their several vessels however, on their arrival in America, wisely attended to admonition, and returned with their cargoes. In the province of New England alone the remonstrances of the people were disregarded, and a compliance, after being many days waited for, was flatly refused. Whether in this the master of the vessel was governed by his obstinacy or his instructions, let those who know, say. There are extraordinary situations which require extraordinary interposition. An exasperated people, who feel that they possess power, are not easily restrained within limits strictly regular. A number of them assembled in the town of Boston, threw the tea into the ocean and dispersed without doing any other act of violence. If in this they did wrong, they were known, and were amenable to the laws of the land, against which it could not be objected that they had ever in any instance been obstructed or diverted from their regular course in favor of popular offenders. They should therefore not have been distrusted on this occasion. But that illfated colony had formerly been bold in their enmities against the house of Stuart, and were now devoted to ruin by that unseen hand which governs the momentous affairs of this great empire. On the partial representations of a few worthless ministerial dependants, whose constant office it has been to keep that government embroiled, and who by their treacheries hope to obtain the dignity of the British knighthood, without calling for a party accused, without asking a proof, without attempting a distinction between the guilty and the innocent, the whole of that antient and wealthy town is in a moment reduced from opulence to beggary."

Thomas Jefferson - A Summary View of the Rights of British America, July 1774

Natural Law

IF men within themselves would be govern'd by reason, and not generally give up thir understanding to a double tyrannie, of Custom from without, and blind affections within, they would discerne better, what it is to favour and uphold the Tyrant of a Nation.

But being slaves within doors, no wonder that they strive so much to have the public State conformably govern'd to the inward vitious rule, by which they govern themselves. For indeed none can love freedom heartilie, but good men; the rest love not freedom, but licence; which never hath more scope or more indulgence then under Tyrants.

Hence is it that Tyrants are not oft offended, nor stand much in doubt of bad men, as being all naturally servile; but in whom vertue and true worth most is eminent, them they feare in earnest, as by right thir Maisters, against them lies all thir hatred and suspicion. Consequentlie neither doe bad men hate Tyrants, but have been alwayes readiest with the falsifi'd names of Loyalty, and Obedience, to colour over thir base compliances.

John Milton, the opening of 'The tenure of kings and magistrates', written in 1650.

Monday, 13 April 2009

Gordo's cross of iron



"Gordon Brown has vowed to make every young person do 50 hours of voluntary work by the time they reach the age of 19."

What a good idea.

Wanker!

Sunday, 12 April 2009

Arrest the racketeering bankster bosses



From Bill Moyers PBS show:

"The financial industry brought the economy to its knees, but how did they get away with it? With the nation wondering how to hold the bankers accountable, Bill Moyers sits down with Bill Black, the former senior regulator who cracked down on banks during the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s. Black offers his analysis of what went wrong and his critique of the bailout."

(Hat tip: John Perry Online)

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Max Keiser talks economy on Alex Jones



This is part 1 of 6. Find the rest on Youtube.

Saturday, 4 April 2009

The incoherence of evil



Hell is round the corner. World government under the bankers.