Sarah Palin is the “other” whom Yoda spoke about.

calendar   Monday - October 04, 2010

that’s entertainment?  or just exhibition? entertaining exhibition?

Not a lot I’ll add to this except to say, if anyone wonders just what the heck the culture has come to, and this isn’t new btw, well here’s your answer.

That awesomely wonderful talent, Yoko Ono (pardon while I fro-up) and lady gaga the newest talent sweeping the world.

Here’s gag and lady puke (yoko) who wouldn’t know talent if she tripped over it, in a clinch on a piano on stage in LA.  Hey, ever since Brittany and Madonna did it standing up at an awards show, it’s accepted as talented entertainment.  It’s “edgy” which is all the excuse ya need when you lack any real musical talent.
Oh and hey, when you can’t think of anything really intelligent or witty, flash the V sign with two fingers ala Churchill. That’ll connect with your fan base of the tone deaf. 

Just my opinion, not worth anything to anyone but meself. But as I see things, the more grossed out the world of what passes for entertainment has become, the easier it’s become to see decadence as a normal and hoped for thing.  And if it’s normal, then folks doing the bitching are the faulty ones.  Not two women, one old enuff to be a grandmother, in a clinch, on stage and passing it off as, ‘entertainment.’ Which in a way I suppose it is to the feeble minded and easily entertained.  Like a baby you can shake a rattle at and get his/her attention and make em happy for a bit. 
I’m sure between the “artists” and the director and the producer a lot of thought went into this. Like oh, maybe minutes if not seconds.

Never mind that Yoko has been eternally ugly.  And this is a pretty good photo of the old bag. She’s delusional in her supposed talent. And btw .. how much effort
went into this pose?  What ever happened to the show in show biz?  Or is this the show? If it is, it’s a poor one. And Sting sure doesn’t look any better then the Jap.
More like disgusting I think.  I’m sure things will get worse as the next generation looks for the next envelope to get edgy about.  They’ll look at today and say, Oh heck. We can get nastier then that old stuff. And so they will.



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crime and punishment … or light as usual or none as the case may be.

I was wondering just why I spend so damn much time with stories like these. Answering myself I guess it’s because they bother me a lot.  I don’t understand them or the system that allows it.  I have no faith in or respect for what is laughingly referred to as the, ‘justice’ system.  What justice? Where?  It can’t cause any wonderment that the bad guys don’t take it too seriously either. Who can blame them? Why the heck should they?  Where’s the incentive to worry about the law?

The following story actually had some humor in it only due to the stupidity of the bad guy.  The fellow has a record, he’s been arrested before and has done the same again.  What got to me was reading the terms of jail, or in another case no jail, for the criminals.  And the victims?  Who? Oh, the victims. Yeah, well, ya see....  oh. Right. The victims. Ah ... what about em?

His last burglary was in 2004.
This one is almost close to being a victimless crime. There is someone who was the recipient of his burglary but on a scale of 1 to 5 this one doesn’t rate very hight at all.  It’s the jail time compared to something else that got my attention.

The dumbest burglar in Britain? Crook caught after stealing neighbour’s net curtains… and hanging them in his own window

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 3:13 PM on 4th October 2010

Criminal, 38, behind ‘not very sophisticated’ crime has 28 convictions


A burglar who stole his next door neighbour’s net curtains was caught when he put them up in his own window, a court was told.

Jason Williams was jailed for two years and five months after admitting his fourth house burglary.

The 38-year-old was rumbled when the neighbours went to his home and asked him why he had got their net curtains.  The crime was described as ‘not very sophisticated’ by the defendant’s own barrister.

Elizabeth Lowe, prosecuting, told the court the neighbour had moved out of the property and left only a few items inside.

Williams broke down boarding on the home in Slough, Berkshire, and stole the net curtains, tools, two glass ashtrays and some lamb steaks from the freezer.

‘The person at the address had moved out because of an earlier burglary which was nothing to do with this defendant at all,’ Miss Lowe said.

‘They had boards up as a result of having left some items inside of not very much value.  ‘They had last checked on May 6 and on May 8 a neighbour had said it looked to him that the boards had been disturbed.

‘In the next door flat they noticed that their net curtains were hanging there.’ However, the defendant denied that it was anything to do with him - but could not say how he got the net curtains, a judge at Reading Crown Court was told.  He later confessed to the crime in police interviews and admitted burglary when he appeared before magistrates court.

Alastair Smith, defending, said that it had merely been an ‘opportunistic’ crime.

‘The fact that this defendant went on to place the curtains in his own window shows a lack of sophistication and realisation of the seriousness of the offence,’ he said.

‘If he realised it could lead to three years in custody he might have taken more time to consider his actions.’

The defendant, who has battled alcoholism and drug addiction, has 28 previous convictions for 76 offences dating back to 1985, the court was told.

Judge Gordon Risius jailed Williams for two years and five months under the ‘three strikes’ rule because it was his fourth burglary of a dwelling.


So our rocket scientist burglar gets two years, not much considering his long record but okay.  He may be better off. Three squares a day bed and board. Not exactly a holiday but I bet better then the way he’d been living judging by the mug shot.

No link and not a long article but just a blurb about the former financial director of the London Philharmonic. From 2007 to 2009, he defrauded the orchestra
of about a million dollars.
He got four years jail time.  He deserves it and I think more but it isn’t up to me. ok.
What does bother me though, is that people can go to jail for four years for fraud ...  a burglar with a long,long record will get two years ....
Regular viewers of BMEWS already are aware of the problems caused by travelers/gypsies setting up illegal camps with NO penalties, NO fines and certainly NO jail time.  But it just seems as though you can beat,stab,shoot and create all sorts of mayhem I read about every day, and not get a lot more time then these fellas have.  Maybe 6 to 8 years in many cases.  Even judges have complained that they’d give longer terms but their hands are tied.
And this all brings me down to this sad story. And the lack of any kind of retribution.  The victim here can communicate only by blinking his eyes. But the perp is a fair youth is too young to be ID’d.  What nonsense that is.

Teenager who paralysed man in drunken attack walks free because jail term not ‘useful’

A teenager who left a man severely paralysed and able to communicate only by blinking has been spared jail after a judge ruled it would not be “useful”.

By John Bingham

The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, left Nicholas Butt, a 26-year-old market analyst, in a coma after the drunken, unprovoked attack in Nottingham on May 16.

Mr Butt, who worked for an internet clothing company, was out celebrating scoring the winning goal with his football team when he was set upon outside a sandwich bar.

Nottingham Crown Court heard that the boy, who was then aged 15, was “steaming drunk” and “looking for a fight”, having already been involved in two other disturbances earlier that night. Mr Butt was knocked to the ground, cracking his skull on the pavement, leaving him unconscious.  The court heard that surgeons had to cut open the top of his skull to deal with swelling to his brain.

He remained in a coma for months and is now in rehabilitation.

The boy, who has a troubled background and history of violence, pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm yesterday.

As a juvenile the maximum term he could receive for the offence is two years but because of his guilty plea, his remorse and other mitigating factors the term would be reduced to only eight months, the court heard.

He has already spent four months in custody, reducing any jail term further. Recorder Sean Smith QC told the court that such a sentence would have seen the boy, from Nottingham, released in only a few months without any further formal supervision.  Instead he imposed a two year supervision order, banned him from all licensed premises. He is also subject to a six month curfew and must report to police regularly.

“In no way shape or form would it be useful to anyone if I sent you back home after serving a short sentence with no supervision,” the judge said.

Handing the boy a photograph of his victim, he told him: “Here is a picture of a young man without the top of his head. Unlike you he is not going to live a normal life.

“It is not only Mr Butt but also his family who are going to have to live with the consequence of what you did for the rest of their lives.” Angela Burrell, Mr Butt’s aunt, accepted the decision but said her family had been devastated by the attack.

“[The judge] has to address the fact that the young man has personal problems but that does very little to address our problems,” she said.

“Nicholas is unlikely to talk or walk ever again.

“It has changed his life forever and that of his family and many friends.”



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the west continues to see no evil as Wilders goes on trial, meanwhile we have a high alert in effect

Hells bells I guess this case may never end as the bed wetting , muslim appeasement, we love our muzzies , Dutch pc authorities continue to go after Mr Wilders.
And of course they should.  Who the heck does Mr. Wilders think he is, spouting off and being critical of members of the ROP. Where did he suddenly get the idea that free speech and voicing opinions or even reporting on what he sees, could be done without first getting co-operation and permission from muslims, on whose good graces Dutch freedom now depends.  And guess what?  With the present govt. accepting the new laws that were passed by the previous leftist govt. with regard to what ppl can and can not say without being sued or charged with harassment, folks here may as well learn to speak Dutch. Or Arabic. Or both.

Dutch politicians revolt over burka ban
Christian Democrats are in revolt against their party leaders over plans to ban the burka as part of a deal to create a Dutch liberal-conservative coalition government with the support of Geert Wilders, a far-Right leader.

By Bruno Waterfield


Stupid Fuckin Idiots!  Jeeze I see red when I see this kind of thing. 

Anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders on trial for inciting racial hatred

Geert Wilders, the Dutch anti-Islam MP who will become a shadow partner in the next Dutch government, has gone on trial accused of inciting racial hatred against Muslims.

The controversial politician risks up to a year in jail or a 7,600-euro (£6,600) fine for calling Islam “fascist” and likening the Koran to Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
Wilders, 47, is charged with five counts of giving religious offence to Muslims and inciting hatred and discrimination against Muslims and people of non-Western immigrant origin, particularly Moroccans.
In comments made between October 2006 and March 2008 in Dutch newspapers and on internet forums, prosecutors say that Wilders described Islam as “the sick ideology of Allah and Mohammed” and its holy book as “the Mein Kampf of a religion that seeks to eliminate others”.
Among the exhibits is Wilders’ 17-minute film, “Fitna”, alleged to depict Islam as a force bent on destroying the West and whose screening in the Netherlands in 2008 prompted protests in much of the Muslim world.
Wilders arrived at the Amsterdam district court minutes before the start of the hearing.


Mr. Wilders doesn’t have to say or do anything to inspire fear and or hatred or both as concerns this particular murderous group of sub humans.

I just can not imagine what has got into Mr. WIlder’s mind.  Gee, could it be things like:

Our threat level remains at severe - meaning that an attack is highly likely.

Or maybe things like this:

Indonesian women caned for selling food during Muslim festival of Ramadan

This is the moment two women were publicly caned in Indonesia’s staunchly Muslim Aceh province on Friday for selling food.



Well gosh.  I just don’t understand why the man is so hateful and critical of a religion that is so merciful and so understanding and so peaceful.
Can you? 

Foreign Office warns of high terror threat in France and Germany

Britain followed the US in upgrading its travel advice for Europe today following a series of terror alerts.

The Foreign Office warned that there was a ‘’high threat’’ of attacks in countries including France and Germany, rather than the ‘’general threat’’ previously identified.

The move came shortly after the State Department issued guidance urging Americans to be vigilant when visiting Europe, highlighting the ‘’potential for terrorists to attack public transportation systems and other tourist infrastructure’’.

“Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places frequented by expatriates and foreign travellers.”
The warnings have been heightened after intelligence officials in Britain intercepted a credible al Qaida-linked terror plot last week.

The planned attack would reportedly have been similar to the deadly commando-style raids in Mumbai, India, two years ago, with other European cities, in France and Germany, also targeted.

“US citizens should take every precaution to be aware of their surroundings and to adopt appropriate safety measures to protect themselves when travelling,” the department said.


Hey, I take that last bit personally. In fact, I take all of it personally. 


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/04/2010 at 05:26 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - October 03, 2010

Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed part a 3,400-year-old statue of the pharaoh Amenhotep III.

WOW!  Rechecked the Sunday Mail and found this. 

Statue of King Tut’s grandfather unearthed in Egypt: 3,400-year-old antiquity discovered near Luxor temple

By Daily Mail Reporter

Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed part a 3,400-year-old statue of the pharaoh Amenhotep III, believed to be the grandfather of the young King Tutankhamun, antiquities chief Zahi Hawass said on Saturday.

‘The statue was found near the northern entrance of Amenhotep III’s temple and depicts the king sitting down on a throne with Amun,’ the chief deity, Hawass said.

The 4ft by 3ft statue of Amenhotep III in Kom el-Hittan was discovered at the site of the pharaoh’s mortuary temple in the southern city of Luxor, Egypt’s Ministry of Culture said.

The temple is one of the largest on the west bank of the Nile in Luxor.

The statue portrays Amenhotep III wearing the double crown of Egypt, which is decorated with a uraeus, and seated on a throne next to the Theban god Amun.

He ruled in the 14th century B.C. at the height of Egypt’s New Kingdom and presided over a vast empire stretching from Nubia in the south to Syria in the north.

The pharaoh’s temple was largely destroyed, possibly by floods, and little remains of its walls.

But archaeologists have been able to unearth a wealth of artifacts and statuary in the buried ruins, including two statues of Amenhotep made of black granite found at the site in March 2009.

Hawass said there is an ‘overwhelming amount of statuary’ depicting the ruler, who was the father of Amenhotep IV, better known as Akhenaten. There may be other statues of him at the site, according to the council’s statement.

Amenhotep III was the ninth king of the 18th dynasty was the son of Thutmose IV and Queen Mutemwiya.

He married Tiy, daughter of Yuya, who was a chancellor of the north and was a priest of Hermonthis and Amon.

Egypt was enjoying a peaceful time during Amenhotep’s reign, thus allowing him to concentrate on more artistic renewals.


See the link for lots more ....



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eye candy

Emma Rigby celebrates 21st .....

Heck, I never heard of her but .... I think she looks very nice ..... Really very nice!

I’m not even supposed to be online tonight. Just shows ya what a pretty face and figure can do to plans.



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good for a laff ….

Booted late to check mail and found this.  It reads familiar, I think I heard it once long ago. Not sure though. When I read it, it caused a laugh as tho I’d never read it before.
So maybe it could be new to you. Or maybe a variation.

Anyway ....  a good laugh on a rainy (here) cold early evening.

A farmer drove to a neighbor’s farmhouse and knocked on his door.  A small boy, aged about 9, opened the door.

Is you dad home, asked the farmer.
No. He isn’t. He went to town.
Well, is your mother in?
No, she went to town with dad.
How about your brother Howard? Is he here?
No, he went to town with mom and dad.
The farmer stood there for awhile, shifting from foot to foot and mumbling to himself.
Is there anything I can do for you? I know where the tools are if you want to borrow one or I can give dad a message.
Well, said the farmer uncomfortable. I really wanted to talk to your dad.  It’s about your brother getting my daughter Susie pregnant.

The boy thought for a moment.
You would have to talk to dad about that.  I know he charges $500 for the bull and $50 for pig, but I don’t know how much he charges for Howard.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/03/2010 at 11:16 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - October 02, 2010


Nothing like high finance and eye candy combined.
Hey, have we found a new category?

I have no comments ... she speaks for herself.

Michelle Mone is an example of a woman who is not afraid to go after her dream. At 37 years old, she is the founder and co-owner of MJM International Ltd, a privately owned company, which she formed in November 1996 with her husband Michael Mone.

As a publicity stunt, it was eye-catching. After all, it’s not every boss who’s willing to strip down to their undies in a bid to generate sales.
But this week, Michelle Mone, the 39-year-old head of the £50 million lingerie empire Ultimo — and widely regarded as one of the most successful businesswomen in the country — did exactly that, posing in her company’s wares for a racy advertising campaign.
Whatever the wisdom of her ploy, the pictures are surely enough to quicken the pulse of most middle-aged men. Except one, it seems. Back home, it turns out that Mone’s husband Michael is not remotely amused by his wife’s daring stunt.





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the eu court says, working fathers in Spain are entitled to take ‘breastfeeding leave.

You just know the world is a very mad place with stuff like this accepted as a matter of normal course. And of course as Spain is an EU member and the rocket scientists at the EU know all things .... well it just follows that what the EU says, Spain must follow.

I mentioned this the other day but didn’t post the story as other things got in the way ....

Remember when I thought I found the Moonbat Award for the whole year believing nothing could be dumber then Sense of humour failure: Council slaps ban on mother-in-law jokes for being ‘offensively sexist’
I was sure that took the prize.  Well not so fast there P.  This one might trump that earlier entry, although that one still deserves to be remembered as Moonbat stupid.  But take a look at this one.


Spanish fathers entitled to breastfeeding leave

Europe’s top court has declared that working fathers in Spain are entitled to take ‘breastfeeding leave’ everyday, even if the mother of the child is not employed.

By Barney Henderson

The new legislation means that both the mother and father are allowed to leave work for an hour during the day or reduce their working day by half an hour during the first nine months following the birth of a child.

The European Union Court of Justice in Luxembourg ruled on Thursday that the Spanish law caused an “unjustified discrimination on grounds of sex” because fathers do not have the same rights as mothers.

Fathers are currently only allowed to apply for breastfeeding leave if the mother is employed full time.
The Spanish man who challenged the law, Pedro Manuel Roca Alvarez, said his request to take breastfeeding leave from his job in Galicia was rejected because the mother of his child was self-employed.

The top court said such a refusal could have the effect of forcing self-employed mothers to limit their work because the father cannot share the burden.
Not giving dads the same right as mums in this case “is liable to ... keep men in a role subsidiary to that of women in relation to the exercise of their parental duties,” the court ruled.

Breastfeeding leave should now be considered as “time purely devoted to the child” in order to reconcile family life and work after maternity leave.



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This will appeal perhaps more to and understood more by our many UK visitors to BMEWS.  Which is not to say there isn’t something here for Americans as well, humor being a subjective thing. I read the scripts that were printed full page and found them entirely entertaining and yes, funny as well.
Take a break and lay your ears on this.  I think you might enjoy it.  Nothing like listening to what diplomats really think.  And say in private.

Matthew Parris returns with more revealing despatches from Foreign Office archives in a new series celebrating diplomacy’s least diplomatic tradition.
Until 2006, a British ambassador departing a foreign capital would write a valedictory despatch, a candid and often very funny report summing up their time at the post. Ambassadors heading into retirement would reflect back on their whole career; an elegant formal equivalent of the unguarded speeches one sometimes hears at office leaving-dos.

During a stint as a desk officer in the diplomatic service in the 1970s, one of Matthew Parris’ duties was to copy the most celebrated despatches and - to those with the appropriate security clearance - circulate them across Whitehall.

As classified documents these reports were never intended for prying eyes, but by returning to the Freedom of Information process and to the National Archives the programme team have unearthed a fresh treasure trove of this glorious tradition of indiscretion.

In this programme, foreigners are once more the butt of the jokes, as ambassadors cast an unsparing eye over the national characteristics of their unwitting overseas hosts.

Also in this episode, we look at how diplomats in years gone by paid tribute in their valedictories to their wives - the famous ‘trailing spouse’ who sacrifices her own career to act as unpaid cook, cleaner and hotel manager in embassy residences from Cairo to Kathmandu.

Producer: Andrew Bryson.

This link will only be good up to Tuesday.


There’s lots more of interest here and various subjects



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No Pressure

The whack-job greenies have finally come out of hiding, and shown their true colors.

And those colors are red black and white, because they are nazis. Eco-nazis.


Agree with them or be killed.

“Oh get a life, this is funny” they say “it’s a joke to raise awareness.”


Looks to me like they’ve used heavy artillery to shoot themselves in the foot with. And now they don’t have a leg left to stand on.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/02/2010 at 11:15 AM   
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The Never Ending Post

You Know You Have Too Much Government When ...

Science Kit Makers Battle Feds Over Safety Tests on Paper Clips

Federal regulators are hard at work making the world a safer place for kids—starting with the threat posed by toxic paper clips.

Never heard of a toxic paper clip? Neither have the manufacturers of science kits for classrooms across the country.

But they’re now locked in a debate with federal officials, who just moved a step closer to requiring costly new safety tests on the components of those kits.

The dispute emerged in the middle of the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s work implementing a 2008 law that requires lead and other chemical tests on children’s products. As part of that process, the commission Wednesday issued guidelines over what qualifies as a children’s product—at the same time, the panel rejected a request from science kit makers to exempt the above components.

Toxic paper clip testing could be next.

Not every bell and whistle in the kits will have to undergo testing. But some of them could, depending on how the kit is marketed and other factors. The companies argue that the regulation subjects their products to a double standard—paper clips bought at the local convenience store would not be subject to any testing, but once they find their way into a child’s lab kit they might have to be certified.

“They miraculously become a children’s product when our clients pick those products up and put them in a science kit,” said Ed Krenik, a lobbyist for HandsOn Science, a network of manufacturers.


run for your life, we’re all gonna die!!!


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a designers masked ball and ur invited. ya’ll come ya hear?

Got up thinking it was Sunday ....
Here’s something I couldn’t resist because of the silliness. I’m sure those involved took it more seriously but look. Most of these folks are supposed to be the
hoi polloi of the fashion world.  I know it’s a masked ball of some kind. But what fashion is on exhibit here. It really seems like most fashion has gone as far as it can. How many different ways can you design a shoe or a dress that women (or men?) can actually wear?  So they got rather bizarre which is also rather funny.
And we all enjoy the laugh.  But some of these ppl take themselves very seriously.  See the link.


OK I confess. I LOVE Kate Moss but you have to understand.  Before I knew she was known as Cocaine Kate and was the girl friend of a permanently stoned rocker named Pete, I’d see her photo everywhere.  When you walk down our high street (main street, laid out by the Romans btw) which is somewhat narrow and there are all these shop windows, and everywhere you go you see this model in different attire and often nighties or underwear, WELL!  And that extraordinary face.  WELL! Once again.  Hard not to fall in love with the image. And when she’s in a bikini ....  It was later that I started seeing other less flattering photos of her and really felt sorry for her.  All that beauty will evaporate not so much with age but abuse.  But heck.  I still love her. 
I cut her husband out of the photos cos he isn’t as pretty as she is. 

So now .... here are a couple of I don’t know whats.  Lets see. Cloths designers, a masked ball, and this is what these folks come up with.
I don’t get it but that doesn’t make it wrong or even bad.  Just me. You will see it differently perhaps.

image image

ok BMEWS, you’re all invited to the ball right here


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calendar   Friday - October 01, 2010

with apologies as usual to muslims. again. and again. why not just carry a sign saying sorry.

Oh for gosh sake what’s this all about?  Our side seems to spend an awful lot of time saying sorry when actually, there isn’t a thing to be sorry for.

I guess you can see why we’re on the losing side of things, when we keep bending over backwards to accommodate the tender feelings of muslims.

Nobody consulted the residents, it says here. Oh boo-freekin hoo.  Why in the world would the cops want to give their hand away by doing that?  Wouldn’t that negate the cameras? And these ‘human rights’ groups.  Tell you again and will keep saying so.  They are the enemy. They are the enablers. They are the ones giving aid and comfort to the enemy who all the while are planning and waiting for the opportunity to attack us. 

Makes one sick.


London: British police on Thursday apologized for installing surveillance cameras in predominantly Muslim neighbourhoods as part of a counter terrorism program. Though the cameras were never switched on, the action brought distrust and caused anger to the community said police officials.

More than 200 cameras were installed in parts of Birmingham after a series of terrorist plots were uncovered.

Residents complained that no one consulted them about the cameras. Human rights groups protested that the measures were heavy-handed and led to the police’s decision of not using the cameras.

A total of 218 cameras in all, were placed in two mostly Muslim residential neighborhoods in Birmingham that had been associated in the past with Islamic extremism.

The West Midlands Police constable, Chris Sims, said that the authorities had made a mistake in not considering the impact of the cameras’ intrusion into people’s privacy.

Birmingham city was the site of the first arrest of a terror suspect, Moinul Abedin in England, who authorities claim was inspired by Al Qaeda.
Police and intelligence agencies also uncovered a plot in the same city in 2006 to kidnap and behead a British soldier, by Parviz Khan the ringleader who was later convicted and sentenced to life in prison.

MyNews source


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Kick the Hippies To The Curb


For lumberjacks who have to deal with tree huggers, sure. This is a great solution. And the higher the tree, the more spectacular the results.

But for blogs a chainsaw doesn’t work. Instead we have the banning button.

Which I have been forced to press. First time in 4 years. And I so hope it to be the last time.

You can disagree with the bloggers here all you want. You can express that disagreement in some pretty strong terms. We can deal with it; we aren’t children. But if you don’t have the common sense to realize that in all things there is a line that should not be crossed, and that extraordinary comment flames are one of those things, then we don’t need you around. And we will use the digital chainsaw. No, you don’t get a warning, just like real life. Step on the mine, boom. Game over.

Accusations of treason based solely on a blogger’s location or ex-pat status are intolerable. That is not stepping on a mine, It’s dropping a cement mixer on a whole field of them and then bouncing it up and down, daring one to go off. And one did.

Hit the road hippie. And take your stinky old bong with you.


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The Brownshirts: Partie Deux; These aare the Muscle We've Been Waiting For
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meaningless marching orders for a thousand travellers ... strife ahead ..
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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