Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Goldman in the dock

The current court action against Goldman Sachs is the equivalent of going after Dr Mengele for an unpaid parking ticket. GS are at the heart of the syndicate running the financial crisis. Whatever stone you pick up, be it AIG, the Greek situation or any boom and bust bubble you will find a Goldman snake slithering off.

So maybe the top guys will let one of their underlings get burned, but there's a bigger game being played here.

About as good as it gets

I've just read the Libertarian Party Manifesto, and although I could pick a few holes in it, it is something I would be proud to support. Unfortunately I won't be able to vote for a Libertarian candidate in the coming elections, but I guess I only have myself to blame - if I'd known earlier it was only £500 I might have been tempted to have a go myself. I'm too old to get into many professions, but still a callow youth in the world of politics.

I might even join the Party, help chisle off those last few rough edges.

Are you a bigot?

This simple quiz well help you discover the truth:

1 Are you working class?
2 Are you concerned, in any way, about the state of the nation? (e.g. level of debt, immigration etc)
3 Have you ever voted Labour?

If you have answered yes to any two of these questions, you probably are a bigot, at least as far as the New Labour Party is concerned.

They still want your vote, mind.

Monday, 26 April 2010

The book Brown never read

At the end of Book IV of Adam Smith's 'Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations', after discussing the various counter-productive measures of interference practiced by mercantilist nations, and making a point, echoed much later by Hayek (inter alia) in 'The Road to Serfdom', that economic interractions between millions of people are too complex to be managed and directed by a central power, Smith gives a succinct definition of the sovereign's duties, which is worth quoting:

"All systems either of preference or of restraint, therefore, being thus completely taken away, the obvious and simple system of natural liberty establishes itself of its own accord. Every man, as long as he does not violate the laws of justice, is left perfectly free to pursue his own interest his own way, and to bring both his industry and capital into competition with those of any other man, or order of men.

The sovereign is completely discharged from a duty, in the attempting to perform which he must always be exposed to innumerable delusions, and for the proper performance of which no human wisdom or knowledge could ever be sufficient; the duty of superintending the industry of private people, and of directing it towards the employments most suitable to the interest of the society.

According to the system of natural liberty, the sovereign has only three duties to attend to; three duties of great importance, indeed, but plain and intelligible to common understandings: first, the duty of protecting the society from the violence and invasion of other independent societies; secondly, the duty of protecting, as far as possible, every member of the society from the injustice or oppression of every other member of it, or the duty of establishing an exact administration of justice; and, thirdly, the duty of erecting and maintaining certain publick works and certain publick institutions, which it can never be for the interest of any individual, or small number of individuals, to erect and maintain; because the profit could never repay the expence to any individual or small number of individuals, though it may frequently do much more than repay it to a great society."

Adam Smith, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Book IV, Chapter IX

Sunday, 25 April 2010

A lone voice crying in the wilderness



With the drums beating for an attack on Iran, it's left to Ron Paul to hold the line against yet another needless, bloody adventure.

'If it takes a hundred arrows to bring down an elephant...'



Pat Condell right on the money about this coming election. I will be acting in accord with this. There is no way I will support the LibLabCon, but although my chosen candidate will not win, there will be, I expect, a lot of attention paid to overall numbers of votes in this election, not least because of the possibility that New Labour will come third but have more seats than anyone. Who knows where this election will lead? If there is no straight winner, there's a chance of another election not far down the road, perhaps under a different voting system, and although such a new system will be designed to benefit the main parties, it may still enable new alignments to come into being.

As readers may be able to work out, I consider myself a libertarian, a conservative and a nationalist. As such, the ideal political party would incorporate elements of all these things.

(Hat tip: Muffled Vociferation)

'They create the crisis, then they offer the solution'



Alex Jones on RT, breaking down the IMF offensive against economic sovereignty.

Saturday, 24 April 2010

New Labour's war on freedom

Freedom of speech is one of the most fundamental of our natural rights. For this reason it is the subject of the First Amendment to the US Constitution, but that doesn't help you much if you're living in Airstrip 1 under the fabian jackboots of New Labour, and godless as the fabians undoubtedly are, they're not averse to burning one of their co-irreligionists, for the greater good.

Hence we learn of an atheist convicted of the absurd non-crime of putting anti-Christian and anti-Islam leaflets in a 'prayer room' in Liverpool Airport. We can safely assume that the authorities would have let the anti-Christian stuff pass, especially as 'prayer rooms' are for muslims. This is deemed to be "causing religiously aggravated harassment". Aw, diddums.

The Secular Society is up in arms, for good reason, but as usual they will blame religious people, but it wasn't religious people who brought in all these ludicrous laws, it was your pals the fabians in government. The aim is not to shield the religious, but to stifle free speech.

Goodbye blue sky

Some days I noted how blue the sky was, since the planes were stopped from flying, thus preventing the covert geoengineering project to create artificial cloud cover. That moment has now passed, and the Dr Strangeloves are back in command. Everywhere above our heads, the sky is covered with plane trails.

My only hope is that a few more people will have taken note.

Friday, 23 April 2010

Long live England

Happy Saint George's Day to all my fellow Englishmen and women, and my Catalan friends, Portuguese, Genoese, lepers, souldiers and everyone else for whom Saint George is a patron.

I know there are many living among us who hate the English and all we stand for, who like to tell us what English means, to insult us, call us racist, xenophobes etc just because we love our own country. Keep it up, you scum. Keep prodding the placid English dog, but woe betide you when he finally has had enough.

Thursday, 22 April 2010

Know the feeling



Banging tune from Plan B's new album 'The Defamation of Strickland Banks'.

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Ken Clarke: "vote in the tories or my pals in Bilderberg will stage a coup"

I may be paraphrasing slightly, but Ken 'Bilderberg shitbag' Clarke can fuck off with his IMF take-over. According to Ken:

"If the British don't decide to put in a government with a working majority, and the markets think that we can't tackle our debt and deficit problems, then the IMF will have to do it for us."

But, seeing as all three main parties have fallen over themselves to welcome the IMF's plans to set itself up as some kind of global central bank, what difference does it make? Is it because Clegg, unlike Brown, Mandelson, Balls, Osborne and your slug-like self, hasn't been given the nod of approval from your controllers? Don't worry, he'll toe the line.

We all know the country's finances are down the shitter. And some of us know that the IMF is run by the very same criminal cartel that made that happen - and own your miserable soul, Ken.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

New World Order steams ahead with IMF plans

The goal: to set up a world government run by and for the banksters.

The problem: a world financial crisis engineered by the banksters.

The solution: "Banks and other financial institutions face paying two new taxes to fund future bail-outs, the BBC has learned."

Under the "radical" (monstrous, diabolical) plans; "all institutions would pay a bank levy - initially at a flat-rate - and also face a further tax on profits and pay."

All institutions, huh? And where are the institutions going to find the extra cash needed? Where do you think? From us. So these plans mean that we are going to pay a tax to the IMF, that they will use to further enslave us. Sure, the low level players will object, and some of the top dogs will play 'please don't throw me in the briar patch', but make no mistake what this signifies: another step on the road to tyranny.

Remembering Waco (and OKC)



On Monday 19th April, 1993 86 people were murdered in a church in Waco, Texas by elements within the US government. May they rest in peace, and may the truth be told. Two years later these same cold-blooded killers blew up the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City and blamed it on the militia movement, killing 168 people. Now, fifteen years later, Bill Clinton, amongst others, who surely knows a lot more about both events than he would care to divulge, is sowing the seeds for something similar. Are they planning another false flag attack to demonise the patriots who love America?

Monday, 19 April 2010

"60 years of cooperation"?

I missed it, but according to David Miliband, Cameron said something inflamatory about China in the recent debate. The Mail reports:

"Today Mr Miliband said that Mr Cameron's comments showed that the Tories were 'trying to overturn 60 years of cooperation with China.'"

60 years? Interesting. According to the son of a red, that period would cover the very worst of Mao's reign of terror, estimated to have killed anything up to 80 million people. Any 'cooperation' given to the worst mass-murderer of the century is hardly something to brag about.

CPS admit defeat in prosecution of clearly innocent man

Aw, poor old Crown Prosecution Service, they've had to abandon their fictitious murder charge against hero Amari Roberts, who defended himself against two burglars, one of whom ended up dead.

Never mind, I'm sure the year they took dragging it out will have made an innocent man suffer somewhat. The only 'evidence' these legal chumps had was what the other burglar (a serial criminal, despite his tender years) said, whose account they readily believed over the word of Roberts.

The politicians keep telling us that we have a right to defend ourselves and our property - not that we should need to be told something so axiomatic to English liberty - but could somebody tell the CPS, cos this is getting tedious.

Saturday, 17 April 2010

Politics and bad language



Various lefties have been trying to make hay over Libertarian Party leader Chris Mounsey's recent and brief appearance on Andrew Neill's show, where he was criticised for some of the nasty things he'd written at the Devil's Kitchen. Let us not allow the left any claim to moral highground in this, or any area. Much as they may present a sanitised view for the public, 'The Thick of It' is based on real people behind the facade of the Labour government.

Clear skies for a change

Leaving aside economic issues and personal difficulties, the grounding of aeroplanes by the volcano has meant that for once I don't have to look up at a sky disfigured by plane exhaust trails. As I point out to anyone who'll listen, and many who won't, there is something very strange going on up there. When I was young, there were vapour trails, very high up following a plane and disappearing very quickly. There were not the plane trails that I see now, which do not disappear, but spread out into a milky haze, creating artificial cloud cover and thereby manipulating the weather - geoengineering as it is called.

Few people I speak to seem to grasp that this may be a problem. I suppose, as the BBC doesn't report it, they will ignore it, and they're certainly not minded to study the manifold scientific papers which discuss geoengineering using aerosols, the patents that attest to the technology required for 'solar radiation management'.

So I shall enjoy these few sunny days until the programme starts up again.

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Random thoughts on DK and blogging.

The DK business brings up the issue of anonymous blogging, one's working life and open political action, and how these things can rub against each other.

I write under a nom de plume, and have done so to keep a separation between my blogging views and my working life. Using a pseudonym has a long and honourable tradition in political writing, and there is a certain freedom or licence that the mask of anonymity allows that no doubt influences how I write. I have always been aware that the government/police/SIS could track me down in a matter of seconds if they wished to.

However, there is a big step from the blogging world to actual involvement in political action, and whereas denouncing liberal judges as scat-munching paedo-enablers is run-of-the-mill round these parts, I fear that it may be a barrier to doing what really needs doing, which is engaging in the necessary action to drive such judges from their positions of power and attempting to institute the reforms of the law that this country, which I love, requires.

As 1 Corinthians 13 says;

"When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things."

Also Matthew 5:30;

"And if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell."

These quotes remind me that there is a time to move on, and that we can become too attached to things, not in themselves bad, but to the extent that the attachment becomes a barrier to what we really ought be doing, and perhaps DK has made a decision along these lines.

I ask myself; are there things I regret writing in these pages, or perceive could come back to haunt me? I reckon not. Although sometimes my language leaves something to be desired, the targets of my most vociferous outpourings have all deserved it, I think.

So maybe the issue that people such as DK must grapple with is; how to keep hold of this great weapon of ours - the bloggosphere - keep it pointed at the enemy without recoiling in our faces, and how to develop other tools and weapons alongside it that can push forward the political agenda that libertarians believe in. Leg-Iron is right: we must never apologise. Take a step back and compare a little bad language with some of the felonies that have been committed by the political establishment. Suddenly, calling Justice Collins a 'fucking piece of rancid shit' disappears into dust, when you consider the use of depleted uranium, secret torture facilities, the looting of public finances etc.

The political establishment would love to destroy the bloggosphere, because they cannot control it. They want to belittle it and pose on some moral highground, as if they don't have foul-mouthed writers and comedians of their own, to peddle their world view. It is not the language or the passion that they object to, but the underlying message.

If some kind of firewall is needed to separate the franc-tireurs of the blogging world from other political activity, so be it. We need the latter, blogging ain't enough, but this, the bloggosphere, is our manor, and we'd be crazy to throw it away.

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Iceland: the People vindicated

The investigation into the collapse of Iceland's banking sector is revealing where the money went. What a surprise! The main owners siphoned it all off. The people of Iceland stood up to the crooked bankster blackmail, led by Gordon Brown (Bilderberg stooge and twisted fabian monster, currently residing at 10 Downing Street), who attempted to extort the disappeared lucre out of them, and I supported them and support them still. It turns out Gordon doesn't need to travel too far to find the money - a couple of miles east to Mystery Babylon AKA the City of London is where that money lies.

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Finishing touches to Labour's manifesto


Justify FullI think this re-worked slogan really captures the essence of a Labour victory in the coming election.

Monday, 12 April 2010

The Digital Economy Act and how it exposes the fake conservatives

Blocking Mandelson's Digital Economy Act would have been simple for the Tories. It was in the 'wash-up', it was far-reaching and complex, for this reason alone it was wrong to push it through with minimal debate. But the Tories parked their oh-so principled objections and waved it through, on the basis that they can amend it once they win the election, perhaps. You ain't there yet, you Tory turds.

The Tories and Labour are the same. Fuck Cameron and his air-brushed message.

Friday, 9 April 2010

Thursday, 8 April 2010

Tractor Production Up; chocolate ration sure to rise

Collectivist Praxis of the Oligarchical Kind.

"We are going to lie and say that you actually have a say in matters, we are all going to put forward slightly different points of policy, that will brainwash you into thinking that you actually make a difference, whilst all the while sucking up to our EU overlords and making sure you don't find out, because otherwise we might end up on a gibbet swinging by our necks and in the meantime we are going to make all the other parties look like extremists so that our status quo is maintained as a rubber stamp operation for the EU Laws made by the unelected oligarchs in Brussels influenced by the Bilderberg overlords."

Words stolen from Henry North London. N.B. The reality's even worse! (HT Eugenides)

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Pavlovian term of the day: 'radical'

Radical is good - if you're a naif lefty. So no surprise that the red-tinged wing of the LibLabCon is calling for a 'radical fourth term'. This made me scoff - 'I bet they were calling for a "radical third term" last time', and sure enough, minimal research turns up numerous references from around the time of the last election, such as Ed Balls, calling for a 'radical third term', back in 2004, building on their record :

"Britain needs a radical and united Labour government elected for a third term. We are the only political party that understands the challenges of globalisation and that Britain's future is part of a reformed Europe. We are the only party that is committed to investing and reforming our public services and which can combine enterprise and social justice with a reformed welfare state."

"And no Labour government has ever had the opportunity we now have. Because every other Labour government at this stage in its history was already grappling with economic crises."

Ed need not have been concerned with regard to his latter point. The inevitable economic crisis arrived during the Labour third term.

Saturday, 3 April 2010

British politicians; take heed, your master is calling you

Herman; politician or cure for insomnia?
Herman 'damp rag' Rompuy, our beloved President (all hail his Imperial Majesty) has spoken, and British politicians should listen up and do what they're told:

"It is the job of British politicians to convince their population... People are keen to believe in something and hope. Of course, you can always invent 30 arguments to demolish all this, but when I talk to people [and] … speak in the language of hope, stressing not just the problems and challenges but also what we have achieved, then there is relief."

Well, Mr President, firstly it is not the job of British politicians to convince me of anything, and they couldn't if they tried. Their job is to do what we want, or get kicked the fuck out of power. Secondly, I don't have to invent arguments, I just have to hold up a photograph of your face and ask punters 'who is this man?', followed by 'do you realise he's your President?', to establish that you have NO MANDATE to do anything this side of the Channel, and thirdly the only relief I derive from your speeches is when you shut the fuck up at the end of them.

(pic: Geoff Pugh)

Tony Blair: neighbour from Hell

All you idiot lefties should take a look at Tony Blair and realise how you were scammed. This man claimed to represent the poor and the down-trodden, and you supported him and are getting ready to support his disgusting party again in the coming election. Meanwhile he's become a multi-millionaire, getting paid back for being a good little Bilderberger when he was in power.

And yet, for all his millions, we the taxpayers are still expected to pay his security bill, some £6 Million per year! Here's my suggestion for cutting that bill whilst still keeping him secure - put the fucker in jail. Take your pick of crimes; the lies about weapons of mass destruction, complicity in Dr Kelly's murder, selling peerages etc.

The unbearable cuntness of our nazified school system

Via Corrugated Soundbite, the execrable Diane Abbot rap, pausing at the Express story on politicising the school curriculum, I come to the diabolical 'Education for Citizenship' website, a monstrous, hitlerian programme for indoctrinating school children into the New World Order's vision of the future. I recommend readers to browse amongst the pages to understand how deeply propagandised every facet of the school curriculum has become.

Children are no longer expected to learn even how to add up or subtract without a brain-washing subtext:

"Mainstreaming antidiscrimination in the maths curriculum can address the needs of all pupils by helping them to question values, have a truer understanding of the worldwide sources and application of maths and gain true equality of access to the curriculum."

They can't do PE without the Commissars stamping their mark:

"Gender equality is an important issue in PE. The subject can provide opportunities for pupils to learn about and discuss issues of discrimination in sport both locally and nationally."

Science is fucked:

"Biology as a subject can help pupils explore these rights through the Human Genome Project which was set out to safeguard human rights."

History is reduced to the Holocaust, the slave trade and the suffragettes. Geography is just another platform for the UN;

"Human rights are the rights we all hold in common as expressed in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Geography as a subject can encourage investigations on issues relevant to the exploration of human rights issues. Looking at population movements in developing countries is one way of doing this."

It goes on and on. This is not just deluded, left-wing scum in Scotland. The same agenda is to be found throughout the world, and is linked to Unicef and Agenda 21. That is why it should be seen in a global context. The enemies of free humanity are very clear in what they intend to do, and they're doing it. Until further notice, parents must try to get their kids out of these political indoctrination prison stations (or state schools as they're more usually called), and if they can't do that for whatever reason, they must take steps to neutralise the brain-washing. Otherwise, don't be surprised when your kids turn on you and denounce you, because that's what has always happened in the past when the same methods have been employed.

This blog just keeps getting bigger


I don't like to blow my own trumpet, but this blog has recently seen its number of subscribed followers literally double.

You're both very welcome. (pic)

Labour poster: epic fail?


I've got to say, although perhaps I should leave them to make their mistakes, Labour's campaign poster, designed by one of the people (or more precisely one of the cuntish, stupid people who support Labour), is surely a mistake. I look at this and think, 'hmm, nice motor, nice suit, geezer looks pretty relaxed, what's the message?', which is not the intended point at all.

The parties seem all to have realised that using the image of their opponents is safer than using images of their own leaders, due to the inevitable spoofing that will occur, and the lack of appeal all the leaders have. Nevertheless, I reckon Labour will blow a hole in their foot with this one. I don't actually know who the fictional TV character they are using is (apparently some guy from 'Ashes to Ashes'), but they should take stock of the popularity of the show 'Life on Mars', which brought on a wave of nostalgia for the good old days, when coppers knew how to deal with wrong 'uns, and didn't give a flying fuck about political correctness.

Of course, Labour needn't concern itself with winning my vote. They've more chance of raising the Titanic with a fishing rod.