Sarah Palin's image already appears on the newer nickels.

calendar   Thursday - July 11, 2013

Men and women are unequal? Who knew?

For biological reasons, men and women are inherently unequal when it comes to their roles in becoming parents. To be exact, women become pregnant and give birth and men don’t, and those differences are likely to remain into the foreseeable future.

I like that: “likely to remain into the foreseeable future.” Ya think?

I’m sure Obama will force Harry Reid to nullify such difference through legislation.

Read the full post here


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 07/11/2013 at 10:51 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - July 10, 2013

Knighty Nightie

OMG. As an antidote to Peiper’s eye bleach post below, here’s The Girl With 100 Names showing off the latest in durable breezy summer wear.

I guess her days as a redhead are over, and she’s gone natural blond-ish. Still works just fine for me. Heck, she can make chain mail look good, so how could I complain? Clicky piccy, fer shure.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/10/2013 at 11:39 AM   
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red head left wing eye candy

Isn’t she cute?  Say ... I bet you’ll be up all night dreaming of her. LOL.

NIGHTMARE ....  (cue Artie Shaw audio, Nightmare) it fits.

This lovely is Karie Murphy, she was referred to as a “radical trade unionist” and called Lady Thatcher “a bitch.”
Said she would celebrate Thatcher’s death.  Nice lady this huh?  Well she’s way left of center so we’d expect that.

She was in the news recently, and you can Google her if you want to.  Endorsed by ‘Red Len’ McCluskey’, the leader of Unite. Who btw believes unions need more power.  It was union money that put Mr. Milliband in office as head of the Labour Party. Mr. Milliband’s daddy was a Marxist Professor, so now you know what has influenced his thinking.  Since Mr Miliband won the Labour leadership – thanks to union block votes – in September 2010, Unite has given £7.5million to the Labour Party and is its biggest paymaster.

The union is seeking to get a stranglehold on Labour by training activists as future MPs and seeking to flood the party with 15,000 new members from the union.
Ms. Murphy here was apparently one one of the many, but the press caught up with them and exposed the plan. So she withdrew. That’s the short version of things.

I’m just interested in the eye candy aspect of this posting.

This is Ed Milliband, head of the Labour Party.  LyndonB of bmews doesn’t think much of him. Oh well, actually he does but most won’t be printable here.


Now here’s our girl of the hour ....  my candidate for left wing radical eye candy.  And she’s a red head too.  Drew take note. 



So then, watcha think?



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/10/2013 at 10:21 AM   
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stabs and beats ex wife over dog loss and walks free

Well having had a rant of sorts with regard to the european court of human rights and the latest war of words and policy on that front, it’s time to return to things in English courts to show that justice isn’t in much evidence here either, and some judges here should perhaps sit on the euro court since they seem to have as little sense of justice as do the euro socialist do gooders. Case in point.
Take a look at this outrage.

‘I’ve given her face a good kicking… she’ll need plastic surgery’: What estranged husband said after stabbing former wife in the head but he is still SPARED prison

Martin Clarkson, 59, attacked Sarah Dowse, 34, in the street in Redcar
Given a 15-month suspended sentence after admitting inflicting GBH
Clarkson’s sentence has been branded ‘inadequate’ by victim

By Kerry Mcdermott

A man who stabbed his estranged wife in the head because she was given custody of their dogs following their split has walked free from court.

After attacking Sarah Dowse in the street with a pocket knife as she walked the terriers near her home in Redcar, Martin Clarkson, 59, was heard to say: ‘I’ve given her face a good kicking… she’ll need plastic surgery.’

Police initially treated the incident as attempted murder, but Clarkson was given a 15-month suspended sentence after admitting inflicting grievous bodily harm.

Ms Dowse, 34, last night told of her shock that her former husband was not jailed for the incident on January 24, which saw Clarkson repeatedly stab his ex in the head and fracture her cheekbone before he was overpowered by a passerby.

Teesside Crown Court heard he fled to the home of another former wife following the attack and asked: ‘Have the police been?’, before describing how he had given Ms Dowse’s face ‘a good kicking’.

Passing sentence, Judge Peter Moorhouse imposed a five-year restraining order preventing Clarkson from contacting his ex, but Ms Dowse has since said the ban ‘won’t stop me feeling in fear of him every day’.

‘I expected him to get a prison sentence, and I feel what he received was inadequate for the suffering he caused me,’ she said.

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Is there an old saying about coming between a man and his dog? 

Maybe there should be if not.  In any case, justice was surely denied here.  Oh come on.  A what? A restraining order?  Yeah. We also know how effective those are.  The lady maybe needs to find a gun and keep it close.  Screw the law.  She should make every effort to try and find one somehow, some way. Failing that, carry travel size hair spray.  I’ve read that some woman do carry those.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/10/2013 at 09:15 AM   
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brit anger at European Court of Human Rights

I have read in the papers that Obama either has already or is about to, sign a multi billion dollar (or is it only million dollar) trade deal with the EU.
SO then closer ties with that officialdom I guess.  Lets hope it doesn’t eventually involve those euro-ass-wipes meddling in USA affairs.  Can’t help but wonder if there were any concessions made to the EU that might impinge on our sovereignty. Just asking.  Because at this moment, many Brits pretty angry at latest decision by the ..... hell.

See it for yourselves.  This really is unbelievable but it’s happening right now.  I think the Brits may pull themselves out of the tangles of this court.

Here’s just another serious reason why.

What about the victims’ rights? Meddling European judges rule that even Britain’s most evil killers have human right to seek freedom

Prisoners serving whole life terms win the right to seek parole in Strasbourg

European Court of Human Rights rules sentence ‘inhumane and degrading’

Convicted killers Jeremy Bamber, Peter Moore and Douglas Vinter appealed

Minister Chris Grayling describes ruling as ‘a terrible day for British justice’

By Jack Doyle, James Slack and James Tozer

Victims’ families reacted with fury last night after European judges ruled serial killers must be given the right to seek parole.

In a hugely provocative decision, Strasbourg said murderers and rapists condemned to die behind bars must now be given a chance of freedom.

The families said the idea of the killers walking Britain’s streets again was a ‘horrendous prospect’ and ‘life must mean life’.

The whole-life tariff applies to 48 men and one woman – Rose West – whose crimes courts regard as so heinous they must never be let out.

But three of them – Jeremy Bamber, Douglas Vinter and Peter Moore – appealed to Europe, saying their sentences ‘undermined human dignity and destroyed the human spirit’. Vinter and Bamber even claimed their time in jail had left them ‘depressed and in despair’.

Yesterday the highest body of the European Court of Human Rights, the Grand Chamber, agreed with them.

It said refusing the 49 any prospect of release amounted to inhuman and degrading treatment in a breach of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

All the killers must now be allowed a review – with the prospect of release if they have been ‘rehabilitated’ and are deemed harmless.

Tory MPs said the ruling was an attack on democracy that exposed the court’s ‘warped moral compass’. Justice Secretary Chris Grayling spoke of ‘a terrible day for British justice’.

Ministers are already in a stand-off with the court over its demand to lift the ban on prisoners voting and are furious over its decisions in favour of terrorists and criminals.

Writing in today’s Mail, Mr Grayling threatened to withdraw from the court’s control after the next election, and accused the judges of being ‘misguided’ and trying to act like a ‘Supreme Court of Europe’.

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I will not mention by name here but this has a personal (in a minor way) meaning for us.  One of the 49 killers had done his evil on the family of someone we know very well.  A close personal friend who a few years ago told us the entire sorry tale including things not mentioned in the papers.
The court is soooooo concerned about the rights of these evil, murderous bastards.  How about the victim’s rights? 

A few examples out of the 49.

49 monsters given hope of freedom by the European Court of Human Rights: They’re the UK’s most notorious killers… now they can seek parole

By James Slack

ROSE WEST: With her husband murdered 10 young women in their house which became known as the house of horrors.
They even murdered their own daughter.  Husband Fred killed himself in prison.

JEREMY BAMBER: Murdered his adoptive parents, sister and her twin boys age six.

PETER MOORE: Murdered and mutilated four men. He did it, just for fun.

DENNIS NILSEN:Murdered 16 and was caught because his disposal of human entrails blocked his drains.

DOUGLAS VINTER: Stabbed his wife four times before finally strangling her to death.  Now here’s a case of how dumb can a woman be. She met him while he was in prison for a previous killing in 1996.  But like a few others on this list of rotters, he killed and then was let off in 2005 and then killed his wife in ‘08. 
Oh sure, allow these guys out as a human right. They aren’t dangerous anymore.
Wanna bet?

Don’t be lazy dear readers.  Read the entire list of 49.  It’s insane that there are some who had maimed and killed and got out only to do it all over again.
Here’s a link. Read it please.




Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/10/2013 at 07:59 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - July 09, 2013

Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend

I’m going to have to start up a low fat/low cholesterol/high fiber/low calorie diet real soon. Until I learn which spices to use to make the boring into a taste explosion, it will be a tad dull.

But in the meantime, I’ve got to put some things aside. This is one of them. Bad stuff. So good, but so bad.


Habbersett’s Scrapple. Philadelphia’s Favorite®. Same recipe since 1863. Made from all the best things. Plus the pork skins, ears, snouts, tails, hooves, tongues, hearts, livers, ... , and probably even the squeal. Plus a whole bunch of fat and salt. It’s so bad ... but so good. There are brands of scrapple out there that taste dog-awful. Not this one. Get it fresh, get it frozen, and it’s the perfect balance of pork, fat, spice, and salt. Heaven. Greatest stuff ever to sneak into Thanksgiving stuffing too.

Fry 3/8” thick slices up in a pan until well browned on one side and medium brown on the other. Serve it up on a plate with runny eggs and hash browns for breakfast, or top each slice with a bit of American cheese and some medium hot sauce on the side for dinner. A one pound package sells for less than $3.

They SAY that a pound is 8 servings, but that’s a lie just for the calorie counter thing. A proper serving is about 12 ounces worth for a hungry scrapple eatin’ man, or about half that if served with other things for breakfast or dinner.

It’s better than bacon.

There. I said it. But it’s true.

And, like a condemned man, I’ve had my last meal of it, and now we come to a parting of the ways. Goodbye Habbersett’s. Goodbye my old friend.

Until I can figure out how to manage, and manage to be satisfied???, by just half a slice or less. I don’t know if that’s possible. Half the bliss is from eating a whole pile of it, along with 3-4 fried eggs and a bunch of toast and jam.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/09/2013 at 06:49 PM   
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Well Hello India And So Forth

I’ve got simultaneous visitors from New Delhi, Mumbai, and Coimbatore. Very cool.

I have no idea what’s here to interest folks from India, but they’re more than welcome to visit and have a look around.

And now a visitor from Belo Horizonte Brasil. And one from Boras Sweden. Super. And Saint Petersburg Russia. Holy cow. It must be International Day or something.

And Ottawa Canada. But I think he’s here all the time. But still, one more nation heard from, all in a 3 minute span.

And now Pearce, Arizona. Hey wait a second, that’s a ghost town!! Oh noes, my blog is being haunted!!!!!11!!


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/09/2013 at 01:47 PM   
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Ladder, shovel, flashlight, spray

Oh the things I’m willing to do for money.

“Drew? This is Gabriella. Can you come down to the office and locate a bad smell for us? Something smells like a dead animal in the storefront by the door. Maybe up in the ceiling? It’s only inside but I can’t find it. Thanks.”

Meh, what the heck. I had to deliver a bill there anyway. May as well rewrite it and tack on some extra.

Good thing it’s a doctor’s office ... they have lots of those disposable gloves.

Eww ... dead critters in the false ceiling. Got to be worth at least $30, right? $50?

Looks like another job for D-128.  Better pack the bug spray too, just in case.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/09/2013 at 09:11 AM   
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calendar   Monday - July 08, 2013

Health Care Costs

Well, it’s official. Not that there was any real doubt. Good the blood tests back today ... ta da ... I have Lyme Disease.

Caught it from a tick bite right outside my door on my own back porch, before I had a chance to spray. Sodding little bastige scunner got me good. Crivens.

Well, no surprise; I had all the symptoms, including the dead tick to show people. Alas, nobody wanted to see my dead bug. But I had the unexplained rash, I had the 5” diameter red welt that felt like I was hit with a red hot sledgehammer, I had the severe headache/flu-like symptoms and I was so exhausted I slept for a week. That was 10 days or so ago. I’m on a good strong antibiotic, and I’ve got another 11 days of pills to take. I should be fine. ”Welcome to Hunterdon County.” says the nurse. Gee, thanks.

But while I was there, since I rarely ever go to a doctor, I signed myself up for a physical. Oy. And got some tests for some other things. So, no cancer. No prostate issues. No hepatitis. No thyroid problems. Heart is fine. Elevated cholesterol and I need to lose the beer gut ASAP. And all those years of smoking didn’t do me a bit of good; I’m borderline COPD and that will probably never improve. Much.

So I picked up a whole bag full of prescriptions, and the bill was extreme. Horry Clap, I think I bought a car once for less than the total. But I’ve got a whole collection of nifty inhaler thingies. Hoo. Ray.

This sucks. And now I go on the low chol/low fat/low calorie diet, with added exercise. Until I lose 75lb or so. Good bye pizza, good bye beer, good bye french fries. Oh, this really does suck.

Go to see the eye doctor Friday. Got to find a dentist too. And there’s still that colonoscopy to take, when I find out about what kind of assistance I can get. It can wait, though not forever.

Crap. Getting  old  middle-aged sucks.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/08/2013 at 05:40 PM   
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Silly Season Indeed


Tropical Storm CHANTAL Heading For US

Newly formed Tropical Storm Chantal is taking aim at the Caribbean this week.

The Atlantic Basin has been void of a tropical depression or storm since mid-June, until Sunday evening that is.

Tropical Storm Chantal has developed in the Atlantic Ocean and is currently 550 miles east-southeast of Barbados.

Currently Chantal is east of Barbados, a bit off the coast of Suriname in South America.

If Chantal really heats up, she could become a hurricane.

What will we do? How can we save ourselves? Looks like another chance for superhero B-Rock to rescue all’n us! (except for the 52% that are his enemies, natch!)

Go on, have at it. You know you want to.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/08/2013 at 12:02 PM   
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well, this is now officially the silly season, innit?

wow, talk about a bit ott.

Do we live in a silly world or just a sick one?  How about both. Sick and silly.  What kind of thinking brings people to this sort of dumb thing? Yeah dumb thinking. I know. But what preceded that?  What brought them to this level?
Never mind.
Maybe I’m better off not knowing.

Take a look.

‘In sickness and when we are well’: Couple due to marry in civil ceremony were told traditional vow was too religious and must be rewritten

Gary and Louise Lidington were told their chosen vows were ‘too religious’
Registrar called Mrs Lidington, 33, day before and told her to rewrite them
Couple picked civil wedding at Wilton’s Music Hall in London’s East End
The1949 Marriage Act simply says ‘no religious service will be used’
Tower Hamlets Council says officials feared vows breached rules

By Paul Bentley

A registrar ruled the words ‘to have and to hold, in sickness and in health’ were too religious for their civil ceremony.

The 39-year-old and her new husband Gary, 43, had instead to say ‘hold and have’ and ‘in sickness and when we are well’.

They were told the traditional vows were too Christian because of their roots in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. Yet a minor tweak of the wording satisfied the officials.

Mrs Lidington found the process so ridiculous she burst into a fit of giggles during the ceremony at Wilton’s Music Hall, a historic Victorian theatre in the East End of London. Her husband, who is a barrister, stumbled over his new lines.

‘The vows are so important,’ said Mrs Lidington. ‘They have just stood the test of time, they sound like poetry, they flow beautifully and they are just the form of words that you expect at a wedding. Ever since I was 11 I just imagined that they would be the words I would use when I married my husband.

‘It just seems ridiculous that words which don’t mention religion could be so problematic.’

There is much confusion surrounding the law on civil weddings. The 1949 Marriage Act states that ‘no religious service shall be used at any marriage solemnised in the presence of a superintendent registrar’.

Eight years ago, however, the rules were relaxed to allow a limited amount of material that makes reference to religion

It is now for register offices to interpret the law as they see fit.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/08/2013 at 11:05 AM   
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Another Watergate. Seriously??

My goodness, I’m sure the media will be all over this one, like white on rice. And stick with it until the last rock is overturned and all the worms brought into the light. Yeah right.

The Most AMAZING Coincidence

Break In At Whistleblower’s Lawyer’s Office

Only Computers Stolen

Fox Has Security Cam Video, Ha Ha!

The offices of a Dallas law firm representing a high-profile State Department whistleblower were broken into last weekend. Burglars stole three computers and broke into the firm’s file cabinets. But silver bars, video equipment and other valuables were left untouched, according to local Fox affiliate KDFW, which aired security camera footage of the suspected burglars entering and leaving the offices around the time of the incident.

Samizdat Networking: Go To Zippers, or Go To Fool’s. or Go To Dallas Fox for the video.

The firm Schulman & Mathias represents Aurelia Fedenisn, a former investigator at the State Department’s Office of the Inspector General. In recent weeks, she raised a slew of explosive allegations against the department and its contractors ranging from illicit drug use, soliciting sexual favors from minors and prostitutes and sexual harassment.

“It’s a crazy, strange and suspicious situation,” attorney Cary Schulman told The Cable. “It’s clear to me that it was somebody looking for information and not money. My most high-profile case right now is the Aurelia Fedenisn case, and I can’t think of any other case where someone would go to these great lengths to get our information.”

According to the KDFW report, the firm was the only suite burglarized in the high-rise office building and an unlocked office adjacent was left untouched.

Obama’s War On Whistleblowers continues. Run by underlings, minions, and volunteer crazy leftists ... plausible deniability ... no direct orders, just a wink and a nod and something akin to “Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest?” Meanwhile, the White House just spews lies non-stop.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/08/2013 at 09:25 AM   
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an outrageous judgement. actually, an outrageous lack of it.

Reading something like this convinces me that the system here is so totally broken, so corrupt, so completely staffed by incompetent judges, that there is no way back.  I do not believe it will ever be fixed and it will never work.  The public I think is pretty well aware and certainly the victims are, but nothing changes.

I can’t find any additional words.

Take a look.

Woman who scarred mother-of-two for life by biting her face ‘like a rabid animal’ in unprovoked street attack is SPARED prison

Nicola Hoyes, 32, was attacked by Francesa Raby in Salford

Bitten after greeting Raby’s boyfriend in the street last July

By Jill Reilly

A crazed woman who scarred a mother-of-two for life by biting her face ‘like a rabid animal’ has been spared jail.

Nicola Hoyes, 32, was punched to the floor and pinned down by Francesa Raby in Salford Greater, Manchester, after she greeted Raby’s boyfriend.

Raby, 22, sunk her teeth into Miss Hoyes’ right cheek, leaving her with blood pouring down her face and her injuries were so severe, other friends at first thought she had been bitten by a dog.

She suffered a 5cm wound and now has a scar across her face which she will have to cover with make-up for the rest of life following the attack.

Miss Hoyes was given blood tests and injections in case Raby’s bite had infected her with a virus.

At Manchester magistrates court, mother-of-one Raby, who has a previous conviction for torturing another woman pleaded guilty along with her boyfriend Carl Kelly, 25, who also took part in the attack to assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

But both were given two year supervision orders with Raby ordered to attend a ‘woman’s activity programme.

Kelly, from Swinton, Salford, was ordered to attend an anger management programme and complete 60 hours unpaid work.

Both were ordered pay compensation of £500 each- but they will only have to pay it at the rate of £5 per week because they are jobless meaning they will pay it off in two years time.

And it isn’t as though the verminous slut who did this doesn’t have a violent record.

The court heard Raby had been sentenced to 40 months in a young offenders’ institution in 2008 for being part of a gang that tortured a teenage girl.

In that incident she stabbed, battered and burned the 19-year old victim before locking her in a cupboard.

So the judge slaps the criminal on the wrist and says she must pay money in compensation to her victim. Like that will happen.
Oh right. This punishment will put the fear of the law in her ok. 
What a very bad joke this system is.



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/08/2013 at 09:23 AM   
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another screwing of the brit public by court of human rights. never ends.

Isn’t it amazing how these vermin arrive in a country armed with a knowledge of the law. Or enough of it to use to their advantage.
Of course, that would not be possible in a world where logic played an important part.  To give them their due, even with their problems, the French manage to side step some of the more idiot regulations and laws and do not so far as I am aware, recognize the law under which Brits are ruled and are forced to obey.
Even when common sense dictate another solution. Like immediate deportation. No, can’t do that.
So damn sick of this crap. It never seems to end.

London riots looter from Congo blocks deportation because it would ‘breach his rights to family life’ - even though he is childless and unmarried

Derrick Kinsasi jailed for 18 months for burglary and theft in 2011 riots
But he argued against deportation saying ‘he has a good life here’
He said he had ‘no-one to go back to’ in home country
The ruling allowing him to stay means Kinsasi will remain here indefinitely

By Amanda Williams

A foreign criminal who was jailed for his part in the London riots has used human rights laws to overturn attempts to deport him.

Derrick Kinsasi was jailed for 18 months for burglary and theft from a branch of Comet during the August 2011 riots.


But his lawyers have successfully argued that sending the criminal, who has no wife and no children, back to the Democratic Republic of Congo would ‘breach his rights to family life’ under the Human Rights Act.

The Daily Telegraph reports that senior immigration judge Nathan Goldstein said the 21 year-old could stay in Britain, because to remove him had ‘echoes of exile’.

Kinsasi told the Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber that he came to Britain with his brother in 2002 to claim asylum.

He was refused, but was granted ‘exceptional leave to remain’ in 2006.

In October 2011 Kinsasi was jailed for 18 months, for his part in the London riots.

According to court papers, Kinsasi - who currently lives with his mother and two brothers - was caught by police as he tried to break into a branch of the electrical good store Comet to take ‘high value portable desirable items’.

Under government rules all foreign national jailed for 12 months or more should be sent back to their home countries.

In November 2011, officials told Kinsasi that he was liable for automatic deportation.

The right to ‘Family life’ under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights is enshrined in British law in the Human Rights Act and argues that everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence.

Officials said that Kinsasi was not entitled to argue the right as he had no evidence of dependency ‘beyond normal emotional ties’.

He appealed to the lower immigration tribunal, but it upheld the Home Secretary’s decision to deport him.

But he then launched another appeal in the Upper Tribunal, in which he told Judges he had ‘no one to go back to’ in the Democratic Republic of Congo and had a ‘good life here’.

Judge Goldstein reversed the previous ruling, allowing the appeal.

The judge said: ‘The consequence of his removal to the DRC would amount to a splitting of the family unit.’’I find that removing him to the DRC has echoes of ‘exile’ rather than exclusion and it is unlikely to be proportionate.’

The ruling means Kinsasi will be able to remain here indefinitely.

A Home Office spokesman said: ‘We are disappointed with this judgment. This kind of case is precisely why we are looking to change the law in the new Immigration Bill which will be introduced later this year.

‘We want to ensure the courts properly reflect Parliament’s view that serious criminals should be deported unless there are very exceptional circumstances.’


So bongo, bongo, bongo he do want to leave the congo
Oh yes yes yes yes
Bingle, bangle, bungle he no happy de the jungle he refuse to go

Bingo Bango bongo he so happy in the UK he refuse to go
Him know de law you bet ...
He say ..
I’ve got my spear
I’ll stay right here
On ben-e-fits
ha ha ha ha
I think I’ll stay where I “om”


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/08/2013 at 08:37 AM   
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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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