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calendar   Thursday - February 25, 2010

A Hole In The Clouds

Weather update - it’s been snowing here for more than 12 hours. It’s been snowing pretty hard for most of that time. Yet we have almost no accumulation. We had 1/2” of slushy slop early this morning, then the snow turned drier. But the ground is still warm, and I guess the temps were right at, or just above, freezing all day long. So while we had flakes in the air, nothing stuck to the ground. Nor to the roofs. Not even to the trees and bushes. A little cover on the grass, that’s it.

Now that the sun is down it’s several degrees colder, and the flakes are starting to add up. But they’re very fine right now. We’re up to a whopping great 1/4” at this point. Other areas not too far north or east or us have at least 8” of fresh yuck on the ground.

I guess it’s our turn now. The storm is still predicted to last at least another 12 hours. Rats.

Update: 10:30pm - and now the wind has arrived. Here we go!


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/25/2010 at 08:13 PM   
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US sports presenter suspended for calling colleague’s clothes ‘horrifying’

She’s 47 going on 16 looks like.

Oh good grief.  Political correctness alive and well in the USA.  Make a dumb comment or even one that’s right on the mark but still maybe dumb and ur toast.
Jeesh.  There’s a photo of the lady he was referring to at the link.  I think she she looks ridiculous as well. Pretty bad cloths sense. IMHO. So why should he be sidelined for venturing an opinion?  She didn’t complain and I don’t think he should have said sorry coz he was damn sure right.
But as always you can make up your own minds, I’m just sayin is all.  It certainly looks like a heads up the butt award for a PC,USA.

A popular US sports presenter has been suspended after calling a woman colleague’s clothes “horrifying” and saying she “dressed too young”.

By Nick Allen in Los Angeles
Published: 10:34PM GMT 25 Feb 2010

Tony Kornheiser, 61, said television anchor Hannah Storm, 47, was wearing a shirt that was too tight and she looked “like she has sausage casing wrapping around her upper body”.
He said: “She’s got on red go-go boots and a Catholic school plaid skirt – way too short for somebody in her 40s or maybe early 50s.”

Both presenters front shows for the ESPN sports network. Mr Kornheiser has been suspended for two weeks from his show Pardon the Interruption. Miss Storm co-hosts the SportsCenter show.
Mr Kornheiser said he had personally apologised to Miss Storm who is said to have laughed off his comments.

He said: “If you put a live microphone in front of somebody, eventually that person will say something wrong. As result of this, I have been sent to the sidelines for a while.”
He added: “I’m a troll, look at me. I have no right to insult what anybody looks like or what anybody wears.”

Discussing her wardrobe in 2008 Miss Storm said she liked “fitted and feminine” clothes.
She said: “I think you can look age appropriate but still don’t have to sacrifice style.”
John Skipper, ESPN’s vice president for content, said: “Hurtful and personal comments such as these are not acceptable and have significant consequences.”

(right you are John. And welcome to the American extension of the PC, UK)

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/25/2010 at 05:57 PM   
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WHOA HO --- I’M IN LOVE. I JUST STUMBLED UPON THIS …. AIN’T SHE NEAT?

I LOVE the look of her ... gosh I’d like to get my hands on one of these. 

I’m no mechanic or any kind of expert on cars.  I only know I have always been car mad though.  I am familiar with bankrupt and cars however. It was my habit (more then 40 yrs ago) to keep buying cars sometimes more then one at a time. No money of course but Calif. a car friendly state and credit was soooooooooooooooooo easssssyyyyy!  And I was sooooooooo stupid!  But I really couldn’t help it.  Wasn’t till I met my wife and got housebroken, er trained, no. Whatever, she got me out of that kind of insanity.  Cept once.  Coming out of a Mrs. Winners breakfast place one morning I saw a beautiful blue Caddy. This was in Nashville.  What I took at first to be a parking lot was in fact a section owned by the dealer who parked cars there when extra space needed. No matter.  I saw this car and bought it at once. I didn’t even drive it. I was in LOVE.
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But looking at this today, well.  It doesn’t look the same way to me that it did all those years ago.  And frankly, given a choice I’d always rather have the antique car below.  Much sexier don’t ya think? 


Sexier than a Bentley, and so well made that it bankrupted the company.


By Andrew English
Daily Telegraph

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This rakishly low-slung sports car came about as a result of Oliver Lyle (of sugar giant Tate and Lyle) looking for a car for his wife, who couldn’t change gear.
He gave his considerable financial backing to Captain (later Sir) Noel Macklin, who set up Invicta at his home in Cobham, Surrey, where the house and plant were powered by a single gas engine – this was a very different sort of car company.

Using nickel/chrome, high-strength steels in the ladder chassis and a cast aluminium bulkhead gave great resistance to twisting on bumpy roads, as well as decent roadholding.

The Meadows engine was powerful, reliable and delivered so much torque the car’s brochure boasted that the gearbox was “only for emergency use”.
S-types were also known as “low chassis” models because the chassis curves under the rear axle for better weight distribution, at the cost of ground clearance.
The quality of an Invicta is astounding, with a dashboard so full of instruments it would look more at home in an aeroplane.

Great performance is assured – on a good one, the driving experience is unsurpassed, even by a contemporary Bentley. The Invicta also looks sexier. Of the 77 built, 68 survive.

Why you want one

One of the best looking pre-Second World War sports cars. Build quality so good it bankrupted the company. Modern supercar owners will park around the back if you turn up in one of these.

Why you don’t
It’s the price of a Home Counties semi-detached and has an undeserved reputation for being tricky at the limit after “Sammy” Davis crashed one at Brooklands in 1931.

You might not know The Invicta is named after the White Knight in Spenser’s The Faerie Queene. In the hands of Donald Healey, the S-Type won the Monte Carlo rally in 1931.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/25/2010 at 02:31 PM   
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Greek deputy PM’s extraordinary attack on Germany over debt crisis. It’s the Nazis fault.

I guess it isn’t funny and some are saying that the euro could fall if Germany doesn’t help to prop up the Greeks and see em through this disaster.

I haven’t done a lot of reading on this and don’t know what all the ramifications would be.  It’s surely nothing to bother the US, or might it?

Anyone with knowledge on this topic, welcome please.  I’d really like to understand it better. I find things like this quite interesting, especially living so close to things. 

You might want to see the comments at the end of the article at the MAIL.  Very interesting.  Also, I happen to think while reading this earlier today, isn’t it nice for a change, going from it’s Bush fault to , It’s the Nazis fault.


‘The Nazis took our gold, they should at least thank us’: Greek deputy PM’s extraordinary attack on Germany over debt crisis

By MAIL FOREIGN SERVICE

Nazi theft of Greek gold during the Second World War is to blame for the country’s faltering finances, Athens claimed yesterday.

It came as new protests about the economy turned violent.

Greece said the real culprit for its problems were the Nazis, whose occupation lasted from 1941 to 1945.

‘They took away the Greek gold that was at the Bank of Greece, they took away the Greek money and they never gave it back,’ said Deputy prime minister Theodoros Pangalos.

‘I don’t say they have to give back the money necessarily but they have at least to say “thanks”.’

Germany had failed to offer enough compensation for the economic impact of the Nazi occupation, he added.

Germany swiftly rejected the accusation, saying it paid £50million in compensation by 1960 and more to forced labourers of the Nazi regime.

The economy was crippled, as foreign trade was suspended, agricultural output ground to a halt, and the treasury had to loan Germany money.

The EU has asked Greece to explain reports that it engaged in derivatives trades with U.S. investment banks that may have allowed it to mask the size of its debt and deficit from authorities ahead of its entry into the euro zone.

But Mr Pangalos said Italy did more than Greece to mask the state of its finances to secure euro zone entry.

ARTICLE AND PHOTOS HERE


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/25/2010 at 01:27 PM   
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RULES ON TRAVELLERS RESTRICT US, SAYS CITY COUNCIL

There is no link to the story that I could find, and so I am only copying the relevent things from the article.

It highlights, you might say, the problems posed by a people called Travelers.  I posted something on the subject yesterday, but this appeared in a local weekly paper today and concerns itself with news from our county, which is Hampshire. In terms of ID for those of you reading this in America, Hampshire could be thought of as a state. In actual fact though, in England it’s a shire. A large one and not a cheap one either.
The photo here is taken from the web and was taken in the eastern part of Hampshire called The Meon Valley.  A place of great beauty and many villages I could be happy in for a short time.  It really is a choice spot so I guess bad as they are, travelers have some amount of taste. Or at least appreciation for pretty countrysides.  (re the spelling. Travelers apparently is spelled two ways and both accepted. )

The headline read as follows:

RULES ON TRAVELLERS RESTRICT US, SAYS COUNCIL
Hampshire Chronicle
Feb. 25, 2010

SHORTFALLS in the law are hampering the city council’s ability to move on travellers, members have been told.
Winchester City Council viewed a list of all known camps in the district - legal or not - at a meeting last Thursday.

There were seven illegal plots that were all in The Meon Valley.
The city council is frustrated because it doesn’t have the appropreiate powers to deal with illegal sites. “It’s not because of inadequacies among the officers, but inadequacies in the law.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/25/2010 at 10:08 AM   
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This is getting old

Another Winter Blast For The North East




Here we go again. 6"-12" expected, some places may see up to 30”. Winter just will not let go this season. It’s already been snowing for a full day up in New England, and now the storm has worked it’s way down to us.

I should be grateful that we had our little break this past week. It was warm enough to melt off most of the old snow, even letting the grass peek out in several places. Which attracted hundreds of Canada geese, who came and ate it all. So now the lawn is mostly just dirt and goose poop. Great.

Anyway, the local schools are already closed, offices are deciding to shut down, so on and so forth. The roads are still clear right now, but the weather wienies say it’s going to snow for the next 36 hours. Maybe more. I blame Al Gore.

ALBANY, N.Y.—A day after a storm dumped more than a foot of snow, causing tens of thousands of people to lose power and stalling air and rail traffic, weather-weary Northeast residents braced for a repeat—a second storm packing potentially damaging wind gusts up to 50 mph and possibly more than another foot of snow.

The second part of the two-day, 1-2 winter punch was expected Thursday, and the National Weather Service said the storm would be “significant and long-lasting.”

As much as a foot of snow was expected in Philadelphia, which has had its snowiest winter with more than 70 inches and is still digging out from back-to-back storms around the beginning of this month. The Albany area, which was pounded by Wednesday’s weather, can expect more of the same for a second day, and the western Catskills could get up to 20 inches of snow.

Even before a flake fell, the impending storm set off some sharp exchanges among competing forecasters, with one warning of a “snowicane.”

The National Weather Service criticized State College, Pa.-based Accuweather Inc. for referring to the storm that way and for saying it would be “hurricane-like” and a “monster.” NWS meteorologist Craig Evanego said the terminology was “almost inciting the public, inciting panic.”

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A major snowstorm is once again targeting the Northeast beginning Thursday, continuing into Friday.  Here is what you need to know to prepare for this high-impact storm:

THURSDAY AFTERNOON/NIGHT
The storm will reach its peak intensity during this time.

Travel impacts will be major, as the storm intensifies rapidly and sweeps toward New England. Major airport delays are likely in Boston (despite a wind-driven rain), New York, and Philadelphia.  Delays will also likely “ripple” to Baltimore and Washington, D.C., despite lighter total accumulations expected there.

High winds will spread up the New England coast, so expect downed limbs, wires, and power outages to become more widespread as the evening wears on.

Winds will intensify on the “backside” of this deepening cyclone from northern New England through Upstate New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, northern Virginia, and West Virginia.

Road travel will become dangerous, if not locally impossible Thursday night in these areas due to heavy, wind-driven snow.

“Inciting the public to panic” much? I guess I’d better run to the store this morning - and this time I’ll remember the toilet paper!


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/25/2010 at 07:59 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - February 24, 2010

Catch me I’m gonna faint

Crappy Nappy: Ft. Hood shooter - this was terrorism




Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has become the first Obama Administration official to publicly describe last year’s deadly shootings at Ft. Hood, Tex., as a terrorist act, according to a search of news clips and transcripts.

“Violent Islamic terrorism ... was part and parcel of the Ft. Hood killings,” Napolitano told the Senate Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday morning. “There is violent Islamic terrorism, be it Al Qaeda in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen or anywhere else, [and] that is indeed a major focus of this department and its efforts.”

During the Senate hearing on Wednesday morning, Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), the Homeland Security Committee’s chairman, called the administration’s “reluctance” to use terms such as “Islamist extremism” or “Muslim terrorist” a “pet peeve of mine.”

He said his “concern” about the issue was “aroused again” when an internal Pentagon review of the events leading up to the attack by Army Maj. Nidal Hasan on Nov. 5, 2009, never used such terms.

Lieberman asked Napolitano: “Has the administration made a decision to avoid any public reference to ‘violent Islamist extremism’ or ‘Muslim terrorists’?”

Napolitano denied any such move.

“There has been no such decision,” she said. “The [phrase] that you refer to, ‘violent Islamic terrorism,’ is something that we fight and deal with every day at the Department of Homeland Security. There is no doubt about that. It was the motivation [for the failed Christmas Day bombing], it was part and parcel of the Ft. Hood killings and other incidents we have seen this year within the United States.

Emphasis mine. “Other incidents we have seen this year within the United States”?????? Care to elaborate there, Janet baby?

Shame those in charge had to wait until their whitewash was entirely worn off before they had the moxie to admit the truth. Only took them 3 1/2 months.



Hmm, now I’m wondering ... if pisslamic terrorism can be defined in terms of violence done against anyone because of religious beliefs that influence behavior, then isn’t the Almaleki case a form of terrorism? And isn’t terrorism a capital offense?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/24/2010 at 04:40 PM   
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Another Double Standard

AZ DA won’t seek death penalty in clear-cut, admitted case of premeditated murder



Because it’s an “honor killing”. And this has nothing to do with the guy being Muslim! Nothing to see here, move along.



A Glendale man accused of slaying his daughter in an “honor killing” will not face the death penalty.

After sparring with the suspect’s defense attorney over its death penalty review process, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has said it will not seek death for Faleh Almaleki, 49.

The Iraqi immigrant is accused of slaying his daughter, 20-year-old Noor Almaleki, for being “too Westernized.”

Police say he used his Jeep Cherokee to run down his daughter and another woman in a Peoria parking lot Oct. 20. Noor Almaleki later died of her injuries.

Almaleki is charged with first-degree murder, aggravated assault and two counts of leaving the scene of a serious accident. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Really? Not guilty? Cuz I could have sworn he admitted to the whole thing. Yup, he did:

Prosecutors said Almaleki has admitted killing his daughter because she disgraced the family by not following traditional Iraqi or Muslim values.

But why no death penalty? (and why rule it out before the trial even begins?) Because ...

The decision not to seek the death penalty comes after Almaleki’s attorney, Billy Little, a public defender, asked a judge to take special precautions to ensure the County Attorney’s Office wouldn’t wrongly seek the death penalty because Almaleki is a Muslim.

So it’s fine for this guy to kill his daughter in cold blood, planned out ahead of time (and cripple her friend as well) because she “wasn’t muslim enough”. Sharia law, and he gets to be judge, jury, and exectutioner. But to punish this guy according to our laws, using a punishment frequently found in Sharia, albeit for different offenses, is wrong, because that might smack of religious extremism. What a load of crap.

Special kid-gloves treatment. Fuckin dhimmi on the bench. Fire the judge for even allowing such an argument to be made. Then disbar the lawyer. This is a hideous precedent.
What’s next? “You can’t prosecute my client because he’s black. That would be raaaaaacist!!”? Horse turds. Hang the bastard because he killed his own child on purpose. Don’t care why, don’t care how, don’t care what his color or nationality or religious affiliation or sexual orientation is. He planned the crime with the intent to kill her, then did it. Murder in the first degree. Maybe it began with religion, but end it in hemp. “one small drop for a man, one great leap for law and order”

Naturally, Pamela was all over this story a couple days ago.

We are so doomed.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/24/2010 at 04:17 PM   
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Newspeak

“fundamental transformation” = massive downsizing due to lack of market share




ABC News to shrink staff. Media bias = fewer viewers = less ad revenue = job cuts

ABC News said Tuesday that it plans to substantially cut its staff as part of a “fundamental transformation” of the news division at the Walt Disney-owned US television network.

ABC News president David Westin, in an email to ABC News employees, said all news department staffers would receive buyout offers in the next few days.

“The response to this voluntary program will determine the extent to which we will need to make further reductions,” he said.

Westin did not say how many jobs the company was seeking to eliminate but he said the restructuring of the news operation to take advantage of digital technology will result in “substantially fewer” people on staff at ABC News.

The Los Angeles Times, citing unidentified newsroom employees, said the network was looking to cut as many as 300 jobs, or around 20 percent of its total staff of around 1,400. The New York Times put the figure at up to 400.

“We anticipate that between now and the end of the year ABC News will undergo a fundamental transformation that will ultimately affect every corner of the enterprise,” Westin said.

Like other US television news operations, ABC News has been suffering from the weak advertising market and is looking to cut down on the costs associated with deploying a traditional two- or three-person crew for news assignments.

At the network level, ABC cut 31 of the 575 jobs from its Broadcast Operations & Engineering group in January. As many as 40 more may be cut before the end of the year. 

And it couldn’t happen to a nicer, more honest bunch of people. Another nail in the coffin for Old Media.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/24/2010 at 04:10 PM   
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Good Dog!

Bomb Dog Awarded Top Medal



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Treo the Labrador was awarded the doggy equivalent of the Victoria Cross



The life-saving skills of a black Labrador have earned him a top medal in the British Army, Sky News reported Wednesday.

Nine-year-old Treo’s job is to sniff out roadside bombs in Afghanistan for soldiers, and he has proved rather good at it.

In August, 2008, while working as a forward detection dog in Sangin, Treo found a “daisy chain” improvised explosive device (IED) - made of two or more explosives wired together - that had been carefully modified and concealed by the Taliban at the side of a path.

A month later, his actions saved another platoon from guaranteed casualties, again by finding a daisy chain IED.

Now he is being rewarded with the Dickin Medal - the animal equivalent of a Victoria Cross - the highest accolade for a military animal.

Treo retired and is now enjoying life with handler Sergeant Dave Heyhoe back at 104 Military Working Dogs Support Unit, in North Luffenham, Rutland.


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Treo and Heyhoe on the job in Afghanistan last year



The search dog twice saved soldiers and civilians from catastrophe while out on patrol in Helmand province by sniffing out explosives which had been wired together in a daisy chain and hidden in the path.

Princess Alexandra will award the dog with the Dickin Medal at a ceremony at the Imperial War Museum on February 24. [ although another ceremony seems to have been held on January 2nd ]

The medal was created by leading veterinary charity the PDSA and is recognised as the highest award an animal can receive for conspicuous gallantry or devotion to duty while serving in military conflict.



And muzzies think dogs are yucky and unclean. That shows you right there that their culture is bereft.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/24/2010 at 11:42 AM   
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OKAY .. SO IS THIS WHY CALLS TO THE AMERICAN EMBASSY COST $2 A MINUTE?

I’m outta here for the night.

Take a look at the ones that were rejected.  And yeah.  Calls made from here to our embassy go thru a line that is similar to a 900 number at home. That is, not only is it not a free call, you will pay extra which the embassy gets to keep.

Bldg. starts in 2013 and is expected to finish in 2017.


Revealed: The new $1billion high-security U.S. London embassy… complete with moat

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

The new U.S. Embassy in London will be a $1billion modernist glass cube protected from attack by an earth bank, a semi-circular lake and bomb-resistant glazing, it was revealed yesterday.

The embassy must move from its current central London location because the 1950s building is too small, outdated and hard to defend from security threats, U.S. Ambassador to Britain Louis Susman said.

Its new neighbours in Wandsworth, south London, will include the disused Battersea Power Station and Britain’s biggest fruit and vegetable market.

Mr Susman said: ‘We will replace our current embassy, which has become overcrowded, does not meet modern office needs and required security standards - and, after 50 years, is showing signs of wear and tear.

‘This effort has special significance in that we are creating a new home and focal point for one of our most cherished and bilateral relationships.’

The new 12-storey building, which will be able to house 1,000 staff, covers 45,000 square metres.

Acclaimed American architect firm Kieran Timberlake was selected to design the carbon-neutral structure.

James Timberlake, of Kieran Timberlake, said: ‘It meets and exceeds all the security requirements. We are using elements of landscaping that have been around for centuries and centuries.image

ALL THE REST IS HERE Including protesting muzzie slime.  I wonder if they have to dis-infect the streets where those vermin sit.
Lice ridden scum.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/24/2010 at 11:36 AM   
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Treason plus Immigration have changed the face of Britain. Another left wing stab in the back.

I have done some editing so read it all at the link.  This could well be the plot for a good movie, but it is honest to gosh all true. No urban myth, right wing political smear of the left here.  The left did it to themselves.  This really is a case of a govt., in the holy names of diversity and multi culture, attacking the state they are supposed to be protecting.  In any other age but ours, this would be (as I understand it) treason.


At last we know the truth: Labour despises anyone who loves Britain, its values and its history

By MELANIE PHILLIPS
24th February 2010

Of all the issues of concern to the public, immigration is possibly the most explosive - and the one about which the most lies are continuing to be told.

During the period that Labour has been in office, mass immigration has simply changed the face of Britain. The total number of immigrants since 1997 is pushing three million.

Ministers claim that immigration policy has been driven principally to help the economy. They have always denied that they actually set out deliberately to change the ethnic composition of the country.

Well, now we know for a certainty that this is not true. The Government embarked on a policy of mass immigration to change Britain into a multicultural society - and they kept this momentous aim secret from the people whose votes they sought.

Worse still, they did this knowing that it ran directly counter to the wishes of those voters, whose concerns about immigration they dismissed as racist; and they further concealed official warnings that large-scale immigration would bring about significant increases in crime.

The truth about this scandal was first blurted out last October by Andrew Neather, a former Labour Party speechwriter.

He wrote that until the new points-based system limiting foreign workers was introduced in 2008 - in response to increasing public uproar - government policy for the previous eight years had been aimed at promoting mass immigration.

The ‘driving political purpose’ of this policy, wrote Neather, was ‘to make the UK truly multicultural’ - and one subsidiary motivation was ‘to rub the Right’s nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date’.

The implications of this covert policy are quite staggering. Ministers deliberately set out to change the cultural and ethnic identity of this country in secret.

They did this mainly because they hated what Britain was, a largely homogeneous society rooted in 1,000 years of history. They therefore set out to replace it by a totally new kind of multicultural society - and one in which the vast majority of newcomers could be expected to vote Labour.

They set out to destroy the right of the British people to live in a society defined by a common history, religion, law, language and traditions. They set out to destroy for ever what it means to be culturally British and to put another ‘multicultural’ identity in its place.

And they then had the gall to declare that to have love for or pride in that authentic British identity, and to want to protect and uphold it, was racist.

There could hardly be a more worthy issue for the Conservative Party to leap upon. Yet their response is muted through their own visceral terror of appearing racist.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/24/2010 at 10:40 AM   
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Vehicle stolen but kops can not retrieve it. Why? The curse of the Travelers.  Gypsies. RCOB!

Whatever name they go by they are a curse that the world would be well rid of.  Wherever they settle, bad times follow. Since the west decided that genocide is a no-no their numbers of course have increased.  Their numbers should be eliminated but nobody will do that, so I predict the problem will worsen with nothing constructive being done about this virus.

Time and time again these folks have caused major problems everywhere they go.  They are now declared a race and bad things said against them is, yeah. racism.  Woo-Fuckin-Hoo. I don’t much care what label the bleeding hearts attach to thoughts like mine. I merely react to the facts alone and the facts are, those ppl are a menace.  They are professional thieves, they overrun property that often isn’t theirs, and when it is, they very often do not have permission to build on or tear up areas of green belt.  But they do because firstly, they don’t give a damn, and secondly they are often allowed to get away with things the rest of the population wouldn’t dare.  But just saying that makes it a ‘racist’ statement.  Cool huh?  It’s win, win for them every time.

You might note that although they are active in some parts of the USA and we hear about em from time to time, in the USA they do not (as far as I know) pull the same stunts they do over here.  Gotta be a reason for that. Ya think?


Police tell car theft victim: ‘We’ve found your van… but it’s too dangerous to get it back from traveller camp’

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

When a market trader was told by police his stolen Mercedes van had been found, he was overjoyed.

But Christopher Sims was amazed when an officer said it had been located in a ‘no-go’ on a notorious travellers caravan site.

A police officer explained they were unable to retrieve his £1,000 vehicle - which had £1,000 worth of goods inside - because it would mean a major operation which would put officers’ lives at risk.

One officer accidentally let slip that the van is on a travellers site, The Willows, at Sandhurst, near Gloucester.

The father-of-three said: ‘She told me it is a very dangerous and volatile place for the police to go.

‘She said they would have to mount a huge operation with armed officers, dogs and helicopters and it would never be authorised by senior officers for the sake of a van worth £1,000 with another £1,000 worth of contents inside it.

‘I think it’s disgusting. It’s one law for them and one for us. I feel so frustrated and angry.’

THERE’S MORE HERE


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/24/2010 at 09:31 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - February 23, 2010

LOST

Psycho Claire (Rousseau II?) to captive black guy: “Don’t make me axe you again!”

This, the final season, is supposed to answer all the questions. Really? How, by coming up with several hundred new ones? And just why can’t black people survive on this show? Sure, sure, Rose. You mean dying of cancer Rose, who along with Bernie is probably the ‘Adam and Eve’ skeletons in the cave? I rest my case.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/23/2010 at 10:25 PM   
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The Real Stuff
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