Monday, 22 August 2011

Must Have Childrens Gifts

Only If you live in Tottenham of some other place where by you think it good to smash your own town up !!!

Keeps the kids entertained and teaches them valuable social skills so when they grow up they will be correct and proper people to be part of society !!!!!!!!!!

Friday, 19 August 2011

Return of Big Brother ...............F&*%£" !!

So Sally "The Alley" Bercow has final arrived into the Big Brother house.

Couple of things spring to mind here.

1. Anyone who systematically watches this program needs certified under the mental health act.

2. What a absolute disgrace of a female she is. Infact what an absolute disgrace of a pair she and her husband make.

We all remember here this little piece about Ms Alley (yes that was her nick name and there is a good reason for that).

In normal times no man can be held responsible for the conduct of his wife, but in this case we are happy to make an exception. With John Bercow, this pair between them have made a major contribution to the destruction of the majesty and gravitas of parliament, helping to make it the tawdry joke that it has become.

This article says she aims to "stick it to the establishment" during the programme, heedless of the fact that she is part of the establishment, living in a grace and favour apartment which has cost us £20 Grand to refurb for him and the fact that Mr Speaker also trousered £146,780 in expenses, which includes £1390.64, for a satellite TV system, to save the pair the trouble of looting the local branch of Dixons.

One has to admit that this pair have got it made – having been able to delegate the parliamentary authorities to do their looting for them – and they certainly deserve each other. The question is whether we deserve such low grade personalities, a question which scarcely needs an answer.

As a voting public, the people of Buckingham are a disgrace. You voted him in and brought Mrs Speaker with him.

And remember you only get the politicians you deserve .............. you all forget 1 simple fact.

They WORK FOR YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Maternal Instincts

Is anything stronger than that natural, loving bond between a mother and her young offspring ?

At the river ....

In the ocean.....

In India ....

In Africa ....

And in the Lidl carpark in Easterhouse, Glasgow....

Book Me A Seat ................. I Fancy a Trip

An Airline sex scandal has broken out !!

Hong Kong (CNN) — (and excuse the pun) A sex scandal that recently put Cathay Pacific into a tailspin is now causing more turmoil for the Hong Kong-based airline.

The carrier launched an investigation last week after explicit photos, purportedly showing a sex act involving a male and female employee in a plane’s cockpit, were published in newspapers and online.

The embarrassing episode has now affected Cathay’s newest phase of its "People and Service" marketing campaign, which uses the catchphrase ...........
"the team who go the extra mile to make you feel special."

"We are thinking of holding the campaign back for a little while because the timing doesn’t suit us at the moment," Cathay Pacific spokeswoman Carolyn Leung told CNN.

Bwahahahahahahahahahaha ............. YA THINK?

More info here

This is the picture found all over the web!!!!

Friday, 12 August 2011

A new style of Parliamentary reporting

I propose a new version of 'Hansard' to report on MPs' debates on the looting and criminality of the lower orders. It would go something like this;

Gerald Kaufman (£43,564 expenses including 4 grapefruit bowls at £540) I condemn the naked greed of these criminals and their taking advantage of their pampered and privileged opportunities ..

David Wilshire (£160,532 expenses including £100k on a flat 15 miles from main home) My honourable friend has hit the nail on the head. This is not about ideology, it's sheer naked greed

John Healey (£84,562 expenses including £6,194 for renovating his kitchen)
We should understand a little less and condemn a little more, Mr Speaker; only tough action against these feral youths will ...

And the guy I just love most of all ........ John Bercow Mr Speaker (£146,780 expenses) Order! Order! Members must set an example to young people!

Somehow I don't think they'll go for it.

H/T Raedweld

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Army on the Street .............. NO!!!

Despite the fact that he died around 620 BC, Draco the Lawgiver must be spinning with excitement in his grave.

We have witnessed some horrific scenes over the last few days. Acts of violence and theft committed by pure scum. There is no nobility in their actions. There is no honour. There was no need for this scandalous criminality.

I doubt that I can add any more words to a story that will play out over the next days, weeks and months.

What I would like to do though, is ask normally level-headed people to chill out. If I had a quid for every time I saw words like this, I would be a wealthy man:

"Send the army in!"

"Shoot them all!"

"Bring back hanging!"

And so on and so forth.

We pay billions of £££'s every year to ensure that police officers have the very best protective equipment, and that they receive the very best training for exactly this kind of civil disturbance. On this very blog we have looked at the police, live and in full colour, beating the bejesus out of protesters. Last night though, instead of kettling and righteous clubbing from the cops, I saw this:

I saw it time after time after time.

These boys in blue were happy to kettle young students, anti-war protesters, and other "soft" groups. But when it came to violent thugs, they stood by, claiming that "there are not enough of us". (Bear that in mind for what comes later.)

Send the army in? It is a very tiny mind that comes to that conclusion. The police have not yet fully deployed and they have not yet exhausted all methods of crowd control at their disposal. CS gas has not been used. Snatch Teams (to my knowledge) have not been used. Tasers have not been used. For legal reasons water cannon can not be used. So it is far too early to even think about deploying troops. Besides which, it is not their job. They should never be asked to control riots. Never. If you want to see how badly it can go wrong when squaddies are deployed, look south to Tunisia and Libya, look east to Syria and Bahrain. It goes pear-shaped very, very quickly. I am stunned that some empty-heads were screeching for martial law. FFS!

Enough of this. I'm reasonably sure you have read similar elsewhere.

I think we learnt at least two lessons from all this:

1. We are about to lose some liberties.
2. It doesn't take much to take over the streets.

That thin blue line is anorexic. My timing may well be all the way off, but the last few days have demonstrated much better than my words ever have that we are many and they are few. Imagine, if you can, just 500 people in every town and major city demanding full restoration of those rights which the government willingly (and unlawfully) gave away to Europe? Peaceful action by a significant number of people would ensure a complete takeover of the country in a matter of hours or days. Remember this the next time you try to convince yourself that we cannot bring about change if we were determined to.

Just in case you conclude that I am having a pop at the cops: I am not. I actually think they should have gone in hard, faster. With violent thieves, and they are no more or less than that, a spanking is all they understand. A solid teak baton around the napper would have stopped dozens of them cold. And when their cohorts see the claret fly, it concentrates the mind. This is probably the first and last time you will see me condone tough action from the police. The rioters broke my only law: do no harm. I would expect exactly the same harsh treatment if it was me doing the violence and the thieving.

We have been rewarding our thugs for 20 years. Warm, comfy cells, complete with PS3's, laptops and High Def tellies. When they are released, after serving a fraction of their sentence, we send them on their way with a hug. I believe, firmly, that most of this was Labour's doing. I just hope someone tells them that, repeatedly.

No martial law, no troops on the streets, no hanging. Got that?

I refuse to hand over any more of my liberties because a couple of hundred light-fingered bastards couldn't control themselves.

Punish those half-wits by all means.

But leave me the fuck alone.

You already stole too many of my rights. I want them back.

Stolen without shame and with a hat tip to the Capt here!!

Clapham Junction Clean Up

Well here is something you dont see every day ...... his video was taken this am as the local community in Clapham organised there own clean up of the area.

However it got me thinking ................. viewing this video here ....... and any piece of video of the last few nights ............. there is 1 very big difference.

No I am not talking about theft, burning, violence, pain, grief and misery ............ anyone want to have a guess what that is ??????????

Catch A Looter

Guido points us in the direction of this dainty wee web site here.

So go on "Catch a Looter"

I am particularly impressed with this young lady

What a beauty she is !!!!!!!!!!!


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