Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Executions during Katrina?

Disturbing information from Presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney regarding possible extra-judicial executions during Hurricane Katrina. I won't hold my breath for an investigation of these allegations.

The Mary Poppins Party

Dear oh dear. If anyone expects a Tory government to reduce the nannying state, you should check out Michael Gove on Radio 4's Today Programme this morning.

Apparently if you vote Tory, Michael will come tuck you in and read you a bedtime story.

Bullhorning Bilderberg

'The answer to 1984 is 1776'.

Alex Jones

Monday, 29 September 2008

The spectre of fluoridation rises in Lancashire

Citizens in East Lancashire will soon be drinking water laced with the poison fluoride, if the director of the local gauleiters get their way. Water fluoridation, a form of mass medication, is illegal in many countries. Fluoride has been linked to rises in bone cancer, and is a known neuro-toxin. The Nazis put it in the water at concentration camps, because it dumbs people down and makes them passive.

Hopefully the people of East Lancashire will rise up against this.

(Hat tip: Infowars)

Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Labour minister hails fingerprinting six-year-olds

Nothing makes a loyal labourite drool more than the prospect of getting hold of your children, tagging them, brainwashing them, fingerprinting them and adding them to a database.

This is because they are sick control-freaks.

Monday, 22 September 2008

9/11: Still an inside job

The 9/11 Truth Movement ain't gonna disappear any time soon. The new documentary from Jason Bermas keeps up the good fight.

The EU tyranny of tomorrow

Via The Register, I come across this report from Statewatch into the ever-growing matrix of oppression that is being put in place across Europe. Read it for yourself. By the time anyone thinks of dissenting they'll already have done it. As ever, the twin bogeymen of crime and terrorism are evoked to justify the slow suffocation of liberty, but it is us, the common people who are the real enemy and the true target of these measures.

Saturday, 20 September 2008

Now everybody's talking about the New World Order

For a long time, referring to the New World Order (unless you were Gordon Brown or George Bush etc) got you the instant label of 'conspiracy theorist', a knee-jerk response, conditioned into us all, to prevent us thinking too deeply about what's really going on in the upper echelons of power. Far safer to focus on the soap opera of warring egos, petty corruption and adultery that comprises 'politics' in this and every nation.

Now however the term is creeping in all over the mainstream media. The switch has been flipped from total denial to total abject acceptance in the bat of an eye.

Wednesday, 10 September 2008

More academic bullshit

The idea of 'simplifying' the English written language has been hawked about by a deluded few, ever since any kind of standardisation in spelling was introduced. Very often the proponents hail from the stuffy world of academia, and use the fallacious argument that it will help children learn to read.

The latest call comes from Professor John Wells of the campaigning group The Spelling Society. He will say at their centenary speech:

"It seems to be a great pity that English-speaking countries are holding back children in this way. In Finnish, once you have learned the letters, you know how to spell, so it would be ludicrous to hold spelling tests."

Well, the spelling may be simpler but, according to Wikipedia:

"Finnish has fifteen noun cases: four grammatical cases, six locative cases, two essive cases (three in some Eastern dialects) and three marginal cases. Notice that the word in a given locative case modifies the verb, not a noun."

So it seems the main reason they scrimp on the spelling tests is that they're too busy working on the grammar.

Hopefully, the obvious lunacy of rewriting the English language to the lowest common denominator will fall on deaf ears, as ever. Changing the spelling so it is more phonetic completely ignores the broad differences in pronunciation, and this is but one reason against such an utter waste of time and energy.

Saturday, 6 September 2008

Jesse Ventura kicking ass at the Rally for the Republic

This is part two of his speech. Part one is here, and Part three is here.

Surely even the Stasi didn't recruit eight-year-olds?

The descent into tyranny continues apace with news that local councils are recruiting children as young as eight to act as informants. Such is the fascist mindset that prevails amongst these townhall tinpots, such schemes are supposed to " help (children) learn new skills and in a wider context, about citizenship".

You got that? Being a good citizen means serving the state by snooping around and snitching on your neighbours in the hope of getting paid for the information. Sieg heil you fucking cocksuckers.

Hat tip: David Davis at the Libertarian Alliance Blog

Friday, 5 September 2008

Minority Report is here: activists at RNC charged before crimes committed

America's slide into police state nightmare continues apace, with the arrest and charging of eight peaceful political activists with trumped up 'terrorism' charges, the only evidence being the word of paid agent provocateurs.

Thursday, 4 September 2008

News from EUtopia

Via Open Europe:

'EU Commission Vice President Margot Wallstrom said, "I was encouraged and impressed by the determined action taken by the French Presidency but can not help thinking that with a new treaty it would have been easier to have a better coordinated response, faster and with greater authority." (Wallstrom blog, 3 September)'

Wallstrom, if you think the Russians paused for one second and wondered 'but what will Brussels say?' you're deluding yourself.

Deaths in police custody a 'new syndrome'

According to this Reuters report:

"Young men who die suddenly after being arrested by the police may be victims of a new syndrome similar to one that kills some wild animals when they are captured, Spanish researchers said on Tuesday.

"Manuel Martinez Selles of Madrid's Hospital Gregorio Maranon reached the conclusion after investigating 60 cases of sudden unexplained deaths in Spain following police detention."

Right... so nothing to do with the tazers, choke holds, savage beatings etc?

Wednesday, 3 September 2008

EU admits defeat, but remember, it's a sore loser

It was the bloggers wot won the Irish referendum, according to a secret Brussels document leaked to the Irish Times and reported in the Telegraph. I may be over-egging the pudding, but - what the hell - the report certainly recognises how there has been a shift away from top-down dissemination of (dis/mis-) information to the common herd communicating with each other - and it scares the shit out of them.

That right Brussels, you can buy off the political class, but out here in the market of ideas, your shit won't sell - that's why "blog activity remains overwhelmingly negative". Even amongst the broadly pro-EU bloggers you find many of them actually want root and branch reform of the 'project'. What makes them 'pro' is that they entertain the delusion that this is a possibility, and many are no happier with the reality of the EU project than its opponents.

Hat tips to Longrider, The Landed Underclass & Old Holborn for flagging this up. Old Holborn is no doubt correct when he says:

"The next battle between them and us, establishment and anti-establishment, official and unofficial is only a matter of time. What are they going to do about it? Is the EU ready? Are you ready?"

My faith is in God, and my powder is dry. I'm ready.

Tuesday, 2 September 2008

Last night I dreamt I was president

As any good statistician knows, deaths from legally prescribed drugs far outstrip those from illegal ones. Not that John McCain's favourite pill - Ambien - has been linked with deaths, only hallucinations and somnambulism:

"Ambien is the sleep aid that was at the center of a class action lawsuit after users noticed bizarre side effects, like getting up in the middle of the night and cooking huge meals, then leaving the burners at full blast and going back to bed. I remember reading one man’s account. He said he heard sounds from the kitchen and found his wife tearing open a package of hamburger buns, "like a grizzly bear."

So maybe McCain is the man for the job - a sleepwalking president for a sleepwalking nation.

Monday, 1 September 2008

Uh-oh! Global warming is off. Get ready for the new Ice Age

Although the astronomers are quibbling over one little spec on the 21st, according to many, there were no sun spots throughout the month of August, the first time in almost 100 years that the sun has been so placid.

Such periods are associated with global cooling, although there are some (followers of Saint Al, patron saint of hypocrits) who dismiss any connection between the earth's climate and that huge fiery orb that rises every morning. Time will tell.

(Hat tip: Infowars , pic and story: Daily Tech )

Dr Kelly was murdered: more evidence stacks up

Dr David Kelly was murdered. By whom and for what reason is not yet clear, nor is it clear exactly why the government covered it up. If the inquest had been allowed to proceed to its conclusion, it would have almost certainly ruled it was an unlawful killing, but the government managed to halt the inquest with the ridiculous charade of the Hutton 'Inquiry'.

The official explanation of his cause of death is not supported by the forensic evidence or the witnesses, nor is it plausible in the light of physical state.

Oh well, it's only murder I suppose, not nearly as important as Britney's new bikini.