Sunday 29 November 2009

UN climate panel respond to Climategate

Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the IPCC, said:

"Look into my eyes. Count backwards from ten... very sleepy... there was no leak... nothing has changed... the naughty hackers must be punished..."

Cheer the place up

Lorenzo Lotto's Saint Catherine. Found here.

Enter my vortex

Sandals - Changed - Label: Open Toe Records, London Records

KRS One - Rappaz RN Danja

Excerpts from Climategate

"So, at this stage I would argue that the Medieval Warm Period was probably a global extra-tropical event, at the very least, with warmth that was persistent and probably comparable to much of what we have experienced in the 20th century. However, I would not claim (and nor would Jan) that it exceeded the warmth of the late 20th century. We simply do not have the precision or the proxy replication to say that yet. This being said, I do find the dismissal of the Medieval Warm Period as a meaningful global event to be grossly premature and probably wrong. Kind of like Mark Twain's commment that accounts of his death were greatly exaggerated. "

Later that day...

"I am not saying that Tom's results are wrong. And, I am certainly not saying that Broecker is right. I merely described the results of a new analysis of a somewhat new set of long tree-ring records from the extra-tropics. My statement that the MWP appeared to be comparable to the 20th century does not imply, nor was it meant to imply, that somehow the 20th century temperature is not truly anomalous and being driven by greenhouse gases. To quote from my email, "I would not claim (and nor would Jan) that it exceeded the warmth of the late 20th century. We simply do not have the precision or the proxy replication to say that yet." Note the use of the word "precision". This clearly relates to the issue of error variance and confidence intervals, a point that you clearly emphasize in describing your series. Also note the emphasis on "late 20th century". I think that most researchers in global change research would agree that the emergence of a clear greenhouse forcing signal has really only occurred since after 1970. I am not debating this point, although I do think that there still exists a signficant uncertainty as to the relative contributions of natural and greenhouse forcing to warming during the past 20-30 years at least. "

Dr. Edward R. Cook, Doherty Senior Scholar, Tree-Ring Laboratory, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, from 2nd May, 2001

Climategate: The Naked Lunch

William S. Burroughs described the meaning of his book's title thus:

"NAKED Lunch - a frozen moment when everyone sees what is on the end of every fork."

Climategate is such a moment. Now we can see amongst the corporate media which ones see their job as informing the public, so that we can make up our own minds, and those which follow the party line, pushing a PR message, giving us a 'narrative'.


The BBC is one of the most influential corporate media entities in the world. It poses as the dispassionate, high-minded, liberal voice. But the BBC is no watchdog for truth. Rather it plays the part of a crooked gatekeeper. To this crooked gatekeeper many messengers come, but only some of them can gain entrance.

Of this matter in question - Climategate (a term, I dare say, from which the Beeb's hacks would recoil in horror) - it is true that the BBC has reported the story - but what have they reported?

Exhibit A: The house 'Environment Analyst' uses an 'inside sources at CRU' line and shills to the mighty heavens in their favour.

Exhibit B: An enquiry into the circumstances of the leak is announced. Apparently:

"BBC News understands that senior individuals at UEA have acknowledged the potential damage to the university's reputation from the CRU affair and are anxious to clear the institution's name."

So, this is what they've reported:

the existence of a news story, but not the news story itself.

A newsworthy event has taken place, and the BBC acknowledges this, by reporting some of the reaction to this event; specifically the reaction of insiders at the CRU - those most implicated in the event, and the reaction of the CRU's higher authorities - also implicated.

But it won't cover the story. It won't sift through the thousands of pages, and it won't report what others have found whilst sifting, and the reason is clear why it doesn't:

Because it doesn't fit with the PR narrative the BBC is selling. It thinks its got all the middle classes worrying about recycling and wittering over their carbon footprint - WHY THROW THAT ALL AWAY by telling the people anything that could induce thought thereby shattering the pretty picture?

Saturday 28 November 2009

One from the vault

A brief summary of what Climategate reveals

In which the intrepid Dorothy visits the Climate Research Unit's computer modelling facility.

Lord Monckton on Alex Jones

Here's the first part of Christopher Monckton's interview from Friday's Alex Jones show, discussing Climategate and the crooked Church of Climatology.

See the rest here.

Check Monckton's website, the Science and Public Policy Institute.

Thursday 26 November 2009

Government covering up Iraq War?

That surprises you, Clegg? The First World War's still classified!

Wednesday 25 November 2009

Speaking as a republican...

... reading this story sends me reeling between derisive laughter and impotent rage.

Firstly, there is the question of whether the royal succession laws are 'outdated'.


It's an hereditary monarchy. What the fuck do you expect? You want an hereditary monarchy that's fit for the 21st Century? That's what I'd call an oxymoron.

Back in January 1066, Harold Godwinson became King of England: elected by the Witenagemot. Not exactly direct democracy, but a damned sight better than hereditary succession. Almost a thousand years has passed and we're still in a state of regression.

But as I read on I discover that this little matter is not something we, in this country, can do anything about. Apparently we would need approval from the Commonwealth, before any such change could be made. What a cheek! Our Head of State, and it's nothing that we can change without others' approval. What a great system, eh?

If only Robert Blake had lived a little longer...

Reaching out

James Corbett speaks to the real environmentalists.

Hat tip: Infowars (which has a transcript of the piece)

Tuesday 24 November 2009

Hey guys, didn't you get the memo?

'Global warming science alarming, say climate experts' screams the BBC headline. Obviously, these self-proclaimed experts are hoping you haven't seen the news that your 'science' has been exposed to be of the Piltdown Man variety.

Boy, I'd love to read these guys emails...

Monbiot admits damage from Climategate

Chief cheer-leader of the Climatology Cult George Monbiot has admitted that the Climategate documents are a 'major blow'. He writes:

"The emails extracted by a hacker from the climatic research unit at the University of East Anglia could scarcely be more damaging. I am now convinced that they are genuine, and I'm dismayed and deeply shaken by them.

Yes, the messages were obtained illegally. Yes, all of us say things in emails that would be excruciating if made public. Yes, some of the comments have been taken out of context. But there are some messages that require no spin to make them look bad. There appears to be evidence here of attempts to prevent scientific data from being released, and even to destroy material that was subject to a freedom of information request.

Worse still, some of the emails suggest efforts to prevent the publication of work by climate sceptics, or to keep it out of a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. I believe that the head of the unit, Phil Jones, should now resign. Some of the data discussed in the emails should be re-analysed."

Wow. Have the scales fallen from his eyes? Not quite. He then goes into a bizarre, laboured parody of the Protocols of Zion, to bolster up his faith, on the basis that, as he has seen no evidence of a conspiracy along such lines, all is well. Climate Gate only damages "the credibility of three or four scientists," he spins. But George, these are the very highest of priests in your cult! The CRU is your Vatican, and Phil Jones is your Pope!

Monday 23 November 2009

The church of Climatology: an acolyte writes..

George Marshall at the Guardian is doing his bit to patch up the damage to the myth of man-made global warming armageddon. Peering down from the monastery, he writes:

"The lay public, when presented with confusing data and competing arguments about climate change, deploy the mental shortcut of believing the people they most trust. Trust in the communicator is therefore crucial."

'The lay public'? For a moment that raised my hackles, 'arrogant twit' I thought, then I realised he means it literally! The Church of Climatology is a religion now, so we really are the lay public.

(BTW, I've never seen so many comments deleted by the moderator. I wonder what we're missing?)

Sunday 22 November 2009

Business as usual for the Climate Cult

Professor Bob 'walking carbon sink' Watson

Act natural! That's the key for the crooked pseudo-scientists of the Climate Cult. So we have 'Professor' Bob Watson holding the perforated line, trying to convince the public to sit down and let the experts sort everything out, (and please don't read the leaked emails where we say it's all a fucking lie, and how we've tried to blacklist scientists who won't toe the line).

Watson and the friendly Guardian hack go through the obfuscation playbook. He blames the sceptics (you know the real scientists, not those lying frauds Watson cites), he blames the oil companies (like BP, I suppose, whose boss helped design the 'cap and trade' system) and they drag in GW Bush for a bit of guilt by association. But you know what? It ain't working, buddy. We know you're a bunch of liars because we have your own documents now, so fuck you, Watson.

Every team needs a left-winger

"As a minister, I experienced the power of industrialists and bankers to get their way by use of the crudest form of economic pressure, even blackmail, against a Labour Government. Compared to this, the pressure brought to bear in industrial disputes is minuscule. This power was revealed even more clearly in 1976 when the IMF secured cuts in our public expenditure.

These lessons led me to the conclusion that the UK is only superficially governed by MPs and the voters who elect them. Parliamentary democracy is, in truth, little more than a means of securing a periodical change in the management team, which is then allowed to preside over a system that remains in essence intact. If the British people were ever to ask themselves what power they truly enjoyed under our political system they would be amazed to discover how little it is, and some new Chartist agitation might be born and might quickly gather momentum."

Tony Benn; 'Out of the Wilderness: Diaries 1963-7', Introduction

(I may not agree with all his solutions, but damn it! He sees the problem clear enough.)

Bang to rights: priests of the anti-science climate cult exposed

“I can’t see either of these papers being in the next IPCC report,” Jones writes. “Kevin and I will keep them out somehow — even if we have to redefine what the peer-review literature is!”

Phil Jones, Director of the Climate Research Unit of the University of East Anglia, discussing scientific papers that contradict the Climate Cult, from an email leaked by hackers (quoted in the Washington Post).

Get the shot, moron

"After 200 years, with our many advances in science and medicine, you would think that someone could develop a method to protect babies and adults from infectious disease other than injecting them with animal cells, stray viruses, heavy metals and toxic chemicals."

Sherri Tenpenny, MD

Daniel Hannan: swap one sovereignty-crushing force for another

Daniel Hannan's fight against the EU is all very well, but if he supports the WTO's 'Free Trade' system what the fuck is the point? What is his problem with the EU? Obviously not the destruction of national sovereignty. Just the usual right-wing winge about socialism, as if it's any better to have the 'socialists' out and the corporate cabal in. It's a false dichotomy, both factions are working towards the same endgame. The only difference is which individuals will sit at the big table.

'Free Trade' is a utopian fantasy, based on the premise that when there is perfect free trade, everyone will be happy and have enough. This ain't gonna happen, because as soon as the 'benefits of free trade' trickle down to the mass of the people, the 'free trade' will o' the wisp will depart to where the labour costs and the workers' rights are lower. So jobs move from Canada to the USA, then down to Mexico, then across to China, and if the Chinese ever ask for Sunday off, the factories will move on again.

'Free Trade' (and I use inverted commas, because it is a label, not a description) is the most common error in the minds of libertarian thinkers, grasped for like a glass of gin and tonic at the end of a hard day's work. Unfortunately, it's bullshit. It means, and has meant, the de-industrialisation of the West and the increasing enslavement of the populations to corporate interests. So much as I am happy to join Hannan as he battles the Beast of Brussels, we will be fighting for different objectives; his being to hand over the re-patriated power to another gang of crooked bureaucrats in the WTO, and mine being to keep these powers under democratic superintendance in this country.


I haven't put any music up for a while but I heard this dude being interviewed on the Alex Jones show, and this ain't bad - Clutch: '50,000 unstoppable watts'.

Saturday 21 November 2009

Empire of the Senseless

Herman I

Climate Cult lies exposed by hackers

Ho ho ho. From the Guardian:

"Hundreds of private emails and documents allegedly exchanged between some of the world's leading climate scientists during the past 13 years have been stolen by hackers and leaked online, it emerged today.

The computer files were apparently accessed earlier this week from servers at the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit a world-renowned centre focused on the study of natural and anthropogenic climate change.

Climate change sceptics who have studied the emails allege they provide "smoking gun" evidence that some of the climatologists colluded in manipulating data to support the widely held view that climate change is real, and is being largely caused by the actions of mankind."

Peter Mandelson and the corporate slave state

Peter Mandelson, the crooked kingpin of the collapsing Labour junta, despised and hated by the people, has more than a few tricks left to play; not least the vile and tyrannical "(Destroy freedom and the) Digital Economy Bill". As with so many of the laws from this detestable Labour reich, it is an Enabling Act, the legislative equivalent of a blank cheque signed by the craven, cowardly half-wits of Parliament with the details filled in later by the government - in the form of Baron Peter of Foy (one of the many titles Mandelson wears, like the gold braid and self-awarded medals on a tin-pot dictator's uniform).

As reported in Boing Boing:

"Secretary of State Peter Mandelson is planning to introduce changes to the Digital Economy Bill now under debate in Parliament. These changes will give the Secretary of State (Mandelson -- or his successor in the next government) the power to make "secondary legislation" (legislation that is passed without debate) to amend the provisions of Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (1988).

What that means is that an unelected official would have the power to do anything without Parliamentary oversight or debate, provided it was done in the name of protecting copyright."

From the Register:

"Claims from minister Stephen Timms this morning that the Digital Economy Bill has widespread support have been thrown into question, after the Internet Service Providers Association insisted it is strongly opposed to aspects of the legislation. Mandelson's bill gives him power to change copyright laws as he sees fit, using a statutory instrument rather than a pesky old debate in Parliament. The law will force internet service providers to write to customers accused of infringing copyright on peer-to-peer networks by rights holders like the BPI. ISPs must also hand over address information if rights holders wish to take court action. Alongside this, Ofcom will begin using deep packet inspection to see what impact the dark lord's actions are having on file sharing."

Mandelson embodies everything that is vile and hateful in this Labour government. Forced out of high office twice due to corruption scandals, now he's back, as an unelected 'Lord', insulated from the people's wrath by the fur-fringed fancy dress (see above) and the personal wealth he has purloined from the public purse.

Friday 20 November 2009

All hail our new President!

Yeah? Piss off. You don't preside over me. You don't represent me. You're nothing but a free-loading, scum-sucking tapeworm.

Herman, go fuck yourself. It's nothing personal, it's just you're an enemy of my country.

Thursday 19 November 2009

James Goldsmith: a warning from the past

James Goldsmith lays out the perils of globalisation, heralded by GATT and the World Trade Organisation.

Wednesday 18 November 2009

The Albion Alliance: pledging my support

James Higham is to be applauded for getting the Albion Alliance off the ground. As someone who believes in national sovereignty and democratically-accountable government, I am still in a state of outrage at the cynical betrayal of the people perpetrated by this government when it reneged on its manifesto promise to hold a referendum on the EU Constitution AKA the Lisbon Treaty. It was the first and to date only time I had ever contacted my MP, only to be fed the party lie, an insult to my intelligence or indeed the intelligence of anyone who can read English and has more than a goldfish-level memory.

In killing the referendum, this government destroyed its legitimacy. Without making a promise to hold a referendum, Labour could well have lost the last election, as the clear choice between Labour and no referendum or Tory and a referendum would have pushed a number of people to vote Tory, quite possibly enough to swing the election. Do not forget Enoch Powell famously voted Labour in 1974 on this same issue.

Things have moved on. The EU has got its treaty ratified and has no intention of letting the people interfere with its plans. Like Ceausescu on the balcony, they will not listen until we force them to listen. Now is the time to make that happen.

EU: tragedy and farce

Right now there are elections taking place for the EU President - the most important political job in the post-Lisbon, post-democratic EU. Not one of the many millions of citizens of the countries comprising the EU is voting. In the EU, elections take place behind closed doors.

Surely the day is rushing towards us, when the EU will sink beneath the weight of its own hypocrisy, greed and hatred of freedom. It has no legitimacy, and no purpose other than to perpetuate itself at the expense of the people.

My contempt knows no bounds.

Tuesday 17 November 2009

A man of little principle

Quite a funny story here - a Labour foot soldier gets forced into a humiliating apology after an anti-royal outburst. In response to tory MP Andrew Rosindale's call for a holiday in 2012 for ERII's Diamond Jubilee, prospective labour councillor Peter White wrote:

'What is the point of celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of someone who is born into a position of privilege? She is a parasite and milks this country for everything she can. She has more front than Margate asking for extra money from the civil list. Maybe she should sell a couple of her properties. Maybe if she wants Buckingham Palace to maintained from public funds she should open it to the public. Don't get me wrong, I have no problem with a public holiday but let's have one that means something, rather than celebrating vermin....'

"Mutating to the extremes"

Michael Tomasky writes a fabulous piece in the Graun, paraphrased as: 'you don't have to be racist to be against Obama, but you probably are.'

Therein we learn that:

"The president's critics are not all prejudiced but the crowd is mutating to the extremes"

This dude must be on acid.

An apology

Taking my cue from Kevin Rudd, the Australian PM, I would like to apologise on behalf of Western Christendom for our failure to come to the aid of Constantinople back in 1453. There were other things happening, us and the French weren't getting on too well, which kind of took our eye off the ball vis a vis Johnny Turk, but... for what it's worth... sorry.

Holy shit! Please tell me this is savage irony

I'm hoping that I've been suckered by a parody, but I fear this crude propaganda weapon, aimed point-blank at young children is all too real. These vile pharma-whores will stoop to anything to sell their poisons.

The state: a subtle blend of evil and incompetence

I was going to comment on this puff piece for the sick, twisted Fabian control freaks' ID Card scheme, and make the point that, amongst other reasons, the state cannot be trusted with our data, but then the state makes the point so much better than I could, by losing thousands of people's confidential data. Not as bad as last time, eh chaps? You know, when you lost the personal data of every child in the country.

Sunday 15 November 2009

Quotes of the day

'There is no idiocy the Guardian would not advance if only slotted into their banal template of "X-ism giving offence to the X community."'

From 'The Last Ditch', who also posts an excellent interview with Patrick McGoohan today.

"This is the disgraceful state of affairs brought about by the obsessive and paranoid database state. Is this not the very thing that those of us opposed to the creeping surveillance state warned about?"

Longrider, commenting on a recent example of the Fabian hell of scientific dictatorship we are now living in.

Climate Cult stalls, but watch for the bait and switch

To the sound of wailing and gnashing of teeth amongst the eco-loons, Obama has spoken, and his very words leave the Copenhagen summit hopes in tatters. This is indeed welcome, due to the demoralisation it will cause to the lemming legions, but we shouldn't celebrate too long. This may mean only that the deals will be made behind closed doors with little fanfare over a few more weeks and months, while everyone who opposes them is standing down.

Saturday 14 November 2009

Italian MEP draws attention to Bilderberg/Trilateral influence

Mario Borghezio calls for more openness in the nomination process for the top EU positions. Don't hold your breath, Mario. Openness to the EU is like sunlight to vampires.

Hat tip: Infowars

Max on the edge

See the rest at

Gerald Celente versus the oligopoly

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente lays it out.

Hat tip: Infowars

The climate cult circle-jerk in operation

Consider this lead-in from the Guardian:

"World leaders cannot use the global recession as an excuse to delay action on climate change, according to leading economists."

Leading economists, huh? I wonder who they might be? In fact, the reference is to a report from the 'ESRC Centre for Climate Change and Economic Policy'. No, I've not heard of them either. I wonder who funds them? That's right - WE DO, via a slush fund at the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (sic).

So, in summary, the government hands our money to their academic chums, who then call upon the government to take action that the government wanted to do all along, and their media pals can spin it as if the pressure is coming from independent experts.

Westminster: you're fired

There was no better indication that MPs didn't understand the public anger at their petty thievery than when they elected John Bercow as the new speaker.

Bercow is the embodiment of all that is hateful in the lower ranks of the political world: bereft of conviction, aware that he will never rise to a position of importance, he is content to fill his boots and feather his bed, laughing in the face of the common people who are made to pay for his venal greed.

'Experts' wrong? Not exactly 'man bites dog', is it?

Here's a story that illustrates well why only an idiot would follow what government 'experts' say. They're a bunch of rent-seeking morons with their own private agendas (this is never clearer when it comes to the religion of climate change).

Vaccine roulette

"Paris - A young woman was diagnosed with a crippling illness possibly linked to the vaccine being used protect the French public against swine flu, the health ministry said late Thursday.

The woman, who was only identified as a health worker, came down with Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) six days after receiving her swine flu vaccination."

The annihilation of justice: part 94

If you find a shotgun in your back garden, don't do what this guy did and hand it in to the police. In the upside-down world of the Law, finding a gun is a criminal offence with a mandatory five-year jail sentence.

I would say more, but words fail me.

(Hat tip: commenter at Ambush Predator)

Wednesday 11 November 2009

Better late than never

It's nice of the Guardian to bring up the health problems of the 9/11 first responders. Until now, the only people I know of who have tried to get justice for the first responders are from the 9/11 truth movement, who've organised many benefit events to help pay medical bills and alleviate the grave financial difficulties of the first responders. The authorities in New York and the Federal authorities have done fuck all. The treatment of the fire fighters and cops is one of the many inconvenient truths concerning that day that we are supposed to ignore.

Gordon, you racist!

Gordon to curb immigration. What a racist... oh, no. Sorry. He's allowed to talk about it, he's Labour. It's only everyone else who are racists if they talk about it. Unsurprisingly, Brown will be lying through his teeth, as him and his stinking government aren't in control of such matters as immigration, agriculture, trade etc.

Labour's very own Goebbels

'Lord' Mandelson tipped for 'Minister for Information'? Call it what it is: Propaganda Minister. Zieg Heil, you fucking rat.

In three years time...

... a child will probably be abducted and raped, thanks to our paedo-loving judges. Should we be thankful for small mercies? At least this time the judge locked the vile criminal up for a short while, unlike the last time when Judge Adrian Smith patted him on the head and set him free to rape again.

If I let a crocodile or a polar bear loose and it attacked somebody, could I say "I had no idea. The crocodile didn't attack anyone when he was in the cage. I did a risk assessment and everything..."? Naturally, I would be held responsible, on the grounds that such creatures are known to be dangerous, so releasing one would be utterly reckless. Yet our judges do the equivalent every day and are never held to account. A young child was kidnapped and raped because Judge Adrian Smith considered his primary duty to endulge a dangerous predatory child-rapist, rather than to protect the public or give justice to the victim. If he had a shred of decency, he'd have resigned. But he hasn't. He's a judge.

Burning my bridges

Sometimes I write more on other people's blogs than on my own. Below is my final contribution at one of the pro-EU blogs that I have kept a periodic eye on, but since the theft of our referendum, there's very little to say to Europhiles. It seems futile to argue over the game, now they've picked up the ball and gone off home. But as I don't deign to continue the dispute, I will reproduce my parting shot, for the pleasure of my readers (yes, both of you!):

"... killing democracy is not an accusation, but a stone-cold fact. The government was elected on a promise to hold a referendum. They did not hold that referendum, because they feared the result, so I see their original promise as a cynical ploy to deny me my democratic voice, until it was too late to stop their agenda. Now they laugh at the tories for promising to renegotiate what is non-negotiable. This makes me angry, and I cannot possibly see anything that the EU does as legitimate. What could I say, had the referendum been held and the people had voted for the treaty? Very little. As it is, I have a righteous indignation against the EU, which has occasionally manifested itself in the comment threads of this blog, due to its pro-EU stance. But I will not bother you in future. I will voluntarily take myself off.

As for the case in point, I don’t care what the media says either way. It’s inaccurate in both directions, but without any democratic process, what difference does it make? Public opinion may be swayed one way or the other, but so what? The public doesn’t get a chance to express its opinion. The EU is going to have a President representing millions of people and not one of them will have voted for him.

I’m a libertarian and a nationalist, and I’m under no illusion of speaking for a majority of anyone. If I wanted a political party that endorsed my views, I’d have to start it myself. I am only one man, but in a democratic country at least I have a chance to argue the case one way or another, to call for the repeal a law I oppose, or the institution of a law I support, for more taxes or less taxes, for nationalisation or privatisation, to vote for the people I think will represent my views the best. Now, even this modicum of participation is being removed, replaced by something no more accountable than the Byzantine Empire."

To this, comes a response:

"I always find it intriguing that those who are pushing for referenda on the EU always make excuses when it’s suggested referenda are used more in UK politics for other matters, such as the UK becoming a republic, the voting system, our membership of NATO, greater devolution of power to local authorities, directly elected prime ministers, etc.

It always seems to be *then* that they bang on about Parliament being the right forum to decide *those* matters rather than consulting the people. Pure hypocrisy."

This from someone who categorised me as 'hysterical' and 'rightwing'. I admitted the charge of hysteria, at least I may come across this way sometimes, but refuted the label of rightwing, which I am not. Nor have I ever made excuses with regard to holding referenda on other issues, such as the ones mentioned here, indeed I would welcome any or all of them. The problem in this country is certainly not one of having too much democracy.

This response bears out my view that there is nothing worth discussing with the pro-EU crowd. They cannot defend their position from the charge of being anti-democratic, because it's true and they know it, so they don't even try. It hurts their delusional self-image to realise how their chosen political system has - by their own professed 'liberal', 'progressive' values - not a shred of legitimacy .

Don't stand in line, folks, make your own flu shot

Hat tip: Fausty

Tuesday 10 November 2009

What is the matter with these police?

At the risk of offending one of my few readers, what has happened to the police in this country? Bursting into the house of a 67-year-old man at 5.30 in the morning, dragging him off, violating his rights, all because he said the f word to some prick from the local council a few days ago.

As usual, the police defend their actions. They seem to have totally lost sight of what they exist for.

Another nail driven into the coffin of freedom by the Stasi Labour Scat-munchers

And it's only going to get worse. Is there any limitation that this stinking pit of shit government would accept on their own powers? Answer: No. They want to finger-print you, photograph your naked body, read all your emails, listen to all your conversations, and if you don't like this, you're an extremist.

More secret world government shit

From the Register:

"The negotiations surround the Anti-Counterfeit Trade Agreement (ACTA). This is a trade treaty being negotiated outside of the usual channels such as the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and World Trade Organisation (WTO). Countries including the US, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Canada and New Zealand, as well as the European Union, have got together to hammer out a plan.

That the proposal is not a part of an existing structure means that the usual rules of transparency and reporting don't apply. Up to a point that is the right of those doing the negotiating, but it does make people suspicious, and it does allow speculation to grow unchecked."

The Register's take is that the secrecy has allowed speculation to grow to a feverish level. But what really ought to be the issue is that there are these secret negotiations in the first place. Still, I guess I'm one of those old-fashioned democrats, not yet adapted to the tyrannical New World Order of the near future.

Monday 9 November 2009

More Zieg Heil Labour shit from the enviro-nazi cocksuckers

'Lord' Chris Smith is pimping the Fabian hell of scientific dictatorship over every aspect of everyone's life - all to save the planet. In order to throw the ordinary people off the scent, one of the Enviro-Jugend claims that 'it will probably only be bankers and those on extravagant lifestyles who would lose out.' But this is a complete fucking lie.

Saturday 7 November 2009

The shot is the pandemic

Don't ask questions - just get in the cattle truck

Don't be a flu shot lemming like some of these people, especially the prick at the end who thinks the journalist shouldn't ask questions.

Thursday 5 November 2009

Nourishing hope

James Higham is trying to rally the Eurosceptic centre right into a political coalition against Labour and the Tory leadership in time for the coming election.

Anything that attempts to remove the treacherous, rotten politicians and parties that currently dominate us should be considered. It's obviously something of a mountain to climb, but, politically speaking at least, have we got any choice? Have we got anything better to do?

My suggested method would be to put forth a reassertion of national sovereignty and a clear programme of constitutional and legal reform to limit the power of government, reaffirm our individual rights, and return our justice system to repute. This in the form of a Grand Petition, which we demand parliamentary candidates support.

The soft underbelly of the political system is its need to hold General Elections, and for one day everything is up for grabs, not just in theory, but actually in reality. The chance is tiny, but exists no less.

The Grand Petition

This Parliament has grown offensive to the people. It serves neither our will nor our interests. Our individual rights have been encroached upon by a government that sees no limitations on its power. Our criminal law no longer delivers justice for victims, punishment to wrong-doers, nor protection for the public. The nation’s sovereignty has been sold, bartered and given away for nothing in a thousand treaties, not least of which the infamous Lisbon Treaty, for which we were promised a referendum by each of the three main parties, and each one in its turn, betrayed that promise.

What does it matter who we elect to a Parliament which has given away its right to change the laws which govern us?

Did they think, these politicians, that we would not notice? Do they also think they are so far above us in judgement, that they need pay no heed to our wishes or views? Which do they claim, that matters like sovereignty and justice are of such importance, the common people’s voice must be excluded, or that these are trifling matters we should leave in their good care? In either case we must protest. What evidence can they produce to justify their superiority in brain power? What examples can they offer of their good stewardship? Can we not assert the contrary with many examples of our own?

This can go on no longer. We don't need them and we gain nothing from having them prance and pontificate on the political stage. We must use this coming General Election to demand of all those seeking our votes that the necessary changes, detailed below, will be made...

To be continued.