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calendar   Saturday - December 14, 2013

Static Soliton

A soliton is a standing wave. Defined in Wiki as

a self-reinforcing solitary wave (a wave packet or pulse) that maintains its shape while it travels at constant speed. Solitons are caused by a cancellation of nonlinear and dispersive effects in the medium. (The term “dispersive effects” refers to a property of certain systems where the speed of the waves vary according to frequency.) Solitons arise as the solutions of a widespread class of weakly nonlinear dispersive partial differential equations describing physical systems.

these things are actually quite common.

It’s not just waves in water, or radio waves on an oscilloscope. You see them on the highway frequently, especially during rush hour when there is heavy traffic. Somebody jams on the brakes for some reason, and all the cars behind him have to brake as well. And so on, and so on: if there is sufficient traffic, half an hour later the cars are still jumping on the brakes at that spot, for no reason other than that the cars in front of them are doing it too. That’s a soliton.

I didn’t realize that they can also live in parking lots, but they do! Somebody parks stupidly in a busy lot, and the next person to park next to them has to park the same way, and so on, and so on. Hours after the first vehicle has left!

We’re having snow storm, round 3. So the white stuff is coming down. Plus it’s Saturday afternoon. So everyone is going to the grocery store “just in case”, right? And you know how people are ... they’ll drive their big SUVs around and around the parking lot for 10 minutes, time after time, until they get a “premier” spot right in front so that they don’t have to spend an extra 30 seconds walking.

So I turn into the lot, cruise down the front row, and see two cars backing out in front of me. Sweet. My choice of two decent spots, and nobody coming the other way. You know I’m going for the one closer to the entrance. So would you. So I get to that spot, and it’s between two massive mega-things, both parked halfway over the adjoining spot at an angle. But I can mostly squeeze in between, though that puts me at an angle across the parking spot lines myself. Whatever, I’m just running in for a couple things. I’ll be back before they’re gone.

Ok, zoom into the store, cheap steak, onion, masala sauce ... gonna make curried beef tonight. Hit the express lane, and I’m out. In the store 5, maybe 8 minutes tops. Get out to the parking lot - which is usually an abode of monster trucks, major SUVs, and full size mommy vans - and find 3 small cars parked closely in around my little red skateboard, all nice and straight. A Prius and two of those micro Honda things.

And a smarmy note on my windshield.  “Stellar parking, bro”.

Eh! Soliton, dude!! 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/14/2013 at 01:08 PM   
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calendar   Friday - December 13, 2013

More Waste in Shitholitstan

Air Force Wastes HALF A BILLION (or lots more!) In Afghanistan

Buys Planes Nobody Wants, That Don’t Fly, No Parts, No Pilots


Why are we buying Afghanistan an air force? Even if it’s a transport force. If they want one, let them buy it. Besides, they’ll only use it to ship heroin and bomb each other.

Somehow I’m feeling a fuckup like this is no accident. What do you think, Yossarian?

Probe launched over $500M spent on Afghanistan planes now sitting idle

The U.S. military spent nearly a half-billion dollars on providing refurbished aircraft to the Afghan Air Force, only to abandon the contract and leave the planes collecting dust on airfields in Kabul and Germany.

With the planes potentially heading for the trash heap of the Afghanistan war, the chief military watchdog overseeing Afghanistan spending is launching a review into the terminated program.

“I’m very troubled with the fact we may have wasted a half-billion dollars on planes that don’t work, will never be flown and will probably be scrapped,” Special Inspector General John F. Sopko told in a statement. “We intend to get to the bottom of this and hold people accountable.”


He recently reopened an investigation into a $34 million military facility in southwestern Afghanistan that he’s described as entirely unnecessary.

The story of the G222 aircraft program bares similar themes.

According to the inspector general’s office, the Defense Department in 2008 launched a program to give 20 G222s (C-27A)—military transport aircraft built in Italy—to the Afghans. The department contracted with Alenia Aermacchi North America.

But despite spending at least $486 million on the program, officials determined that those in charge did a poor job getting the spare parts needed to keep the planes working.

Further, a Pentagon watchdog reported that the planes flew only 234 of the 4,500 “required hours” between January and September of last year, and another $200 million potentially would be needed to buy the outstanding spare parts. Some of those parts were described as “unavailable.”

In December 2012, the Air Force ended the contract. Several months later, officials ended the program altogether and opted to go with an “alternate aircraft” in the long term.

Funny that the Air Force would do such a thing. They themselves flew this plan in South America in the 90s, doing drug interdiction and aid delivery, and then dumped the plane because of maintenance and parts availability issues. So it seems pretty odd they’d get behind a plan to spend tons of money to buy these dogs for somebody else, just 8 years after their own decade long negative experience ended.

The C-27a/G222 was originally a contender for the Air Force’s push to replace the smaller, slower C-7 Caribou of the Vietnam era with something that could fly twice as fast with twice the cargo, yet fit the same physical footprint and use the same short, rough, back country runways.  No surprise: most of the specs could be met, but they couldn’t fly STOL with a plane of double the mass and the same wing size. So, FAIL. But it was a decent little airplane under regular circumstances, so I guess a bunch got bought anyway.

Also, it’s a bit interesting that a probe is being opened now: the program started up in 2007 or earlier, $348 million was spent back in 2008, 5 years ago, to buy the planes. When the program was canceled back in January it appeared that a dozen planes had been reconfigured and sent to Afghanistan, including 2 rigged up as VIP craft (gotta spoil the tinpot dictators, right?), when the Air Force only had requirements for 6. Of course, that same article says $600 million had been spent (nearly a year ago), $114 million more than this new investigation is looking at, yet even then, another $60 million was needed to keep things running smoothly.

Around $600 million has now been spent on the program, and the industry official believes that spending another $60 million would ensure the type’s continued operation. This would cost less than introducing a new type such as the C-130, according to the industry official, who says such a move would require the retraining of personnel on a more complex system.
The NATO Training Mission and the Air Force will suspend C-27A flight operations in Afghanistan in the coming weeks, but no decision has been made on the final disposition of the aircraft and the associated support equipment and spare parts.

Let’s just pour out a billion to give a cargo air force to a bunch of primitive nomad dope smugglers. Or 3/4 billion. Whatever. Who cares? It’s only taxpayer’s money. It’s not like the military or the administration is accountable, no matter who is at the helm.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/13/2013 at 12:16 PM   
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politically correct school removes certain books to win race equality award. not a joke.

Happened on this a few days ago and just now getting to it to post.  Just shows what spineless frackin idiots are at work and play being all kinds of diverse and liberal , blah,blah so on and so forth. Libtards.  Hate the swine. No wait. That’s us. Conservatives are more liberal than the ones called that if you think about it. I haven’t heard of any conservative calling for any sort of book ban cos some words are ... no longer in favor or might be misunderstood or might cause offense to one person. Or even a group. But I especially can not envision our side doing this just to win,
you hafta get ready for this.

To win a race equality award

Think it’s a joke?  I might have 25 years ago but ... take a look at this.

A PRIMARY school has banned Enid Blyton books so that it qualified for a race equality award.

The much-loved children’s classics were cleared from shelves because they contain ‘inappropriate racial stereotypes’.
Action was taken so that Huncoat Primary School near Accrington, Lancashire, would gain a Race Equality Mark from the local authority prior to opening a new library, officials said.

Headteacher Sean Crosier said: ‘We checked all our books. Some contained references that reflected outdated attitudes.’
These included mention of gipsies and golliwogs, a source said.

Blyton, who died in 1968, wrote some 800 books. They have been translated into nearly 90 languages and sold more than 600million copies worldwide.

One of her best-known characters is Noddy, although her greatest output involved adventure books such as The Famous Five and The Secret Seven.
Many contained references that were commonplace at the time but were later deemed racist, sexist or anti-Semitic and subsequently cut or altered. Despite this, Blyton’s books sold nearly eight million copies between 2000 and 2010 and she was voted Britain’s best-loved author in the 2008 Costa Book Awards.

Huncoat deputy head Phil Clarke said some of the books that had been taken from the school library had been replaced with updated versions.

‘It’s about making sure children have a fair representation of different ethnic groups,’ he said.

Well what they did was slightly different in that they removed the ones that were not politically correct and replaced what they could with “updated” versions that reflect our times.
In other words ... mealy mouthed pc bullshit and all done for the kiddies so they can grow up perfect smug know it all lefties who will seek out things to be offended by on behalf of people they have never met and do not know. 

Yeah ... carbon copies of their teachers.

oh yeah. And god forbid a book should “mention gypsies” even though those vermin are in the news daily these days. And not for reasons that will make anyone happy.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/13/2013 at 08:35 AM   
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if this is civilized then I want no part of civilization … what a farce

Well heck. Isn’t it nice that the authorities must allow this evil and calculation duo to communicate and live (almost) as if everything is sort of okay. That is, they still have freedom of sorts. Not the kind of freedom we would look forward to but, I don’t understand any system that can allow ppl like this to continue breathing.  So okay, if the DP is out of the question, and it is for the foreseeable future, why oh why must prison authorities put in place things that make their miserable lives easier?  No different in the states either.
It’s as Wardmama says in one of her comments on another posted subject.

Another aspect of civilization that will be taken away from America if the commie/socialist utopian morons on the left have their way

Reality really and truly eludes these people and it scares me to death that they are in charge of so many aspects of the lives of others.

Who but the hand wringing left could put anything like this in place? For example, I have just read about a fellow with a record of multiple violent rapes in prison on a life sentence. BUT .... he was allowed out on day release. Any guesses at what he did while out?


The Sun reports that friends of Williams said he knew Shuttleworth had ‘always been the one for him’ since they met as youngsters in children’s homes.

Williams was ordered to serve a minimum of 29 years of a life sentence for the ‘chilling, casual and calculated’ killings of Yvonne Walsh and her son Harrison.

Described by a judge yesterday as ‘clearly evil’, Williams posted a message on the social networking site after he carried out the double murder saying: ‘Sometimes we just have to do things we shouldn’t.’

He also wrote ‘I am sorry it had to come to this’ on his victim’s Facebook page, and changed his relationship status to ‘single’.

Mr Justice MacDuff branded the 29-year-old as a man ‘dangerous beyond measure’ who had ‘executed’ a defenceless infant and his mother. He then ordered guards to ‘take this evil man down’.

Prosecutors said the pair’s relationship crumbled after 25-year- old Miss Walsh spurned Williams’s proposal of marriage.

He had been released from prison on licence four months before the murders after serving a five-year term for attacking his sister’s ex-partner with a hammer. But the licence had expired by the time he killed the mother and son.

Williams pleaded guilty last week at Birmingham Crown Court to murdering the pair.

After his sentencing yesterday, reporting restrictions barring any mention of his link with his former girlfriend who murdered her two-year-old son were lifted.

Rebecca Shuttleworth, 25, was jailed for life in June at the same court after battering to death her son Keanu Williams, under the noses of Birmingham social workers.

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calendar   Thursday - December 12, 2013

deyfon he be trying to get into house thru winow but boom go de home owner bye defon

H/T Raffs for sending this to me. I have just been able to check inbox, which as usual is overloaded.

Well done Eddie and thanks.

So now Texas is short one dark criminal. Lots of others waiting in line.

The guy did the shooting is coming into some heat from the family of course. This is Raff’s take on the story which says it all.


“That’s certainly true, Lakesha. He could also have invited him in and given him a beer, then helped him cart the TV out to the curb.

“Unfortunately for Deyfon, Texas is a Castle Doctrine state, and the homeowner chose to shoot Deyfon, as is right and proper to do in Texas.

“For that matter, Lakesha, you could have warned Deyfon.

Why didn’t YOU tell him: ‘Deyfon, yo’ needs to quit breakin’ into those peoples’ houses and stealin’ they shit. Someone is goins to pop a cap in yo’ ass.’”

God must love stupid people; He made so many.


A homeowner fatally shot a man as he climbed through a window and into his home Monday afternoon, Dallas police say.

The shooting took place at a home on the 2200 block of Morrell Avenue at about 4:15 p.m.

Police said the homeowner heard a noise inside his residence and shot a man, later identified as 33-year-old Deyfon Pipkins, aka BJ, as he climbed through the window.

“The homeowner heard a noise. He came around the corner, saw the individual trying to climb into the window and according to the law, the castle doctrine, he used deadly force,” said Sgt. Calvin Johnson, with the Dallas Police Department.

According to police, the homeowner then called 911. When police arrived, officer’s found Pipkins’ body lying lifeless in the window.

Pipkins mother, Catherine, said she had been called to the scene by her daughter-in-law and said the crime sounded like something her son would do.

“Yeah, it’s something he would do ... Somebody called me and said my son got shot that’s the reason I’m standing here,” said Catherine Pipkins. “Somebody called her [her daughter-in-law] and told her he had got shot. She said, ‘Momma you need to sit down, they said BJ just got killed.’ That’s the reason I’m here.”

The woman said her son did not live at the home.

Pipkins had a lengthy criminal history in Dallas that included numerous charges for theft, trespassing and possession of a controlled substance.

Police said the shooting is a Castle Doctrine case and the Dallas County Grand Jury will decide whether or not the homeowner faces any charges.



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Such Security

Hey, is it just me, or is your first reaction to this “man, the Secret Service must really suck!”?

I mean, come on, as much as I despise the rat bastard, Obama is the POTUS. And the Secret Service (not to mention any South African security, or that of other nations) let this obvious mad man get that close to him? Or did Mr. Fake Sign get a pass because he’s black? This is pretty inexcusable IMO.

Sign language interpreter for Mandela memorial says he was hallucinating, often becomes ‘violent’


A man being criticized by sign language experts for providing fake interpretations while standing close to President Obama and other heads of state at Nelson Mandela’s memorial says he becomes violent “a lot” and was hallucinating during the event.

Thamsanqa Jantjie did not describe his qualifications for being a sign language interpreter, but told The Star he works for an interpreting company that paid him $85 for working Tuesday’s event, according to The Associated Press. He told Radio 702 on Thursday he’s receiving treatment for schizophrenia and had an episode while on stage at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.

“What happened that day, I see angels come to the stadium ... I start realizing that the problem is here. And the problem, I don’t know the attack of this problem, how will it come. Sometimes I get violent on that place. Sometimes I will see things chasing me,” Jantjie said in an interview with The Associated Press.

A South African deputy Cabinet minister said “a mistake happened” when Jantjie was hired for the event.

Deputy Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu said Thursday that government officials have tried to track down the company that provided Jantjie, SA Interpreters, but that its co-owners “have vanished into thin air.”


She said an investigation is under way to determine how Jantjie received a security clearance.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/12/2013 at 03:28 PM   
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curtain up, Q the orch.

It always happens to me or almost always. I boot for specific reason or reasons. I need to find something lost. I see an email waiting for me from a friend in music, and naturally whatever it was I was originally looking for drops down a slot as I discovered my friend has found something I lost long ago and so sent me a link. Well, what would you do?  I had to go to the link and now my original plan is number three in the que.  In another 30 seconds I forget what my plan or search was for and so abandon all hope of finding my way back. 

At about that point my wife comes through for her morning tea and I stop her and tell her to look at the inside page of one of our papers.  Take a look at London I tell her.  Paper says flights cancelled or diverted and the air lanes are a mess. Late and missed flights etc. All due to London fog.  Ah ha.  That’s where I was when I started.  London fog. I thought the photo and article fairly interesting especially since I could combine the story with music.  ( I was going to post Sinatra’s “Foggy Day in London Town” but on reflection decided I really didn’t like that version much. ) So back on track, right?  Well, not so fast P.
Cos while I grabbed a photo and scrolling for the story I wanted to copy here, hold the phone.  What’s this?  Woo-Hoo and CRIVENS I never saw Dianna Rigg like this before.  I had a major crush on her once.  I think I’m still in love with the memory.
So I got sidetracked again because hey people …. this is a love story. Mine. I had to see what this was about.  So my original story now recalled, once again got put in second place but hey at least it’s back in the game.

It feels like a million years since I saw a stage play.  I rather enjoyed the odd two or three I saw and especially was thrilled many years ago seeing Walter Matthau on stage in DC, in “The Odd Couple.” It later became a TV series.  Now if you looked that up you’d see how long ago it was.  I always had a somewhat passing interest in reading about theaters and plays etc. and read reviews even though I don’t attend.

But this caught my eye and attention.


Not the greatest or smartest looking photo I’ve seen but she’s still a beauty here, even among the weird looking .... what?  Are they dancers? Whatever they were supposed to be. I don’t think I’d have cared to be in the audience.
Anyway .... this is the next part that came with the photo.  I think I might want the book.

Not all right on the night

In his research for a new book, The National Theatre Story, Daniel Rosenthal found that even star-studded shows don’t go without a hitch. He recalls the mishaps that almost brought the curtain down on the likes of John Gielgud and Diana Rigg.

Stage managers are a phlegmatic breed and, if the house style of their nightly show reports at the National Theatre is anything to go by, their sense of humour is bone-dry.

Since 1963, National Theatre actors have given tens of thousands of performances at the Old Vic and on the South Bank, but, with just one performance per run audio or video recorded for archive purposes, only a tiny fraction of these shows endure. For all the rest, the most tangible records are the reports typed up by the stage manager soon after curtain-down, and stored in the NT Archive.

These pro-forma, A4 sheets ( A4 is Brit speak for 8x10) give basic information, including start and finish times for each act, length of interval, details of any absentees and who covered their roles. Sometimes a performance is momentarily brought to life by the section headed “Remarks” or, latterly, “Comments”. Here, stage managers always hope to write “Full house. Clean show. Standing ovation”, and, far more often than not, no problems are noted. But in live theatre it will never be all right every night…

Jumpers (Old Vic, 1972–73)

Stage manager: Jackie Harvey. Cast included Diana Rigg, and a mechanical prop tortoise
Wednesday 23 February 1972 “Fluff from Miss Rigg’s gown caught in her throat early in Act 1 and remained until interval: very painful; affected her voice.”

Tuesday 29 February 1972 “Tortoise head fell off during Act 1. This is the third time that this has happened. Please could the design be changed.”


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/12/2013 at 11:24 AM   
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thousands disrupted as London fog rules

So where was I when I was interrupted by myself?  Hard to say cos too much extra noise and stuff going on around me. Mostly outside.
Gee, even in this foul (not quite that bad but) weather, farm work and it machinery must go on. Lots of activity across the street. Farm field.  I think they’re dumping more soil on the place.  No rain but still very out outside and neighbor just has to vacuum up fallen leaves. Makes 2wtice in the last five days. Noisy damn things.  Then trash pick ups. Yeah, plural.  One monster truck for recycles and the other truck for garden waste. So where was I?

Oh yeah. Take a look.

UK weather: thick fog causes travel disruption as flights cancelled at Heathrow Airport

The Telegraph

More than 100 last count says 170 flights at Heathrow and City airports cancelled, with ferry services affected, as visibility drops to less than 50 metres in places

And not just Heathrow btw.

Thick fog has caused another day of flight chaos for air passengers and also affected ferry services.

The poor visibility, predicted by the Met Office to be less than 50 metres in places led to 80 flights being cancelled at Heathrow airport in west London.

At London City Airport in London’s Docklands nearly every early-morning service was either delayed or cancelled. At least 20 departing flights were cancelled and almost 40 arrivals were either cancelled, delayed or diverted.


Another paper reported, “thousands of airline passengers will wake up to find themselves in the wrong place this morning”.
Two hundred flights to and from Europe’s busiest airport were cancelled and hundreds more were delayed.  British Air alone cancelled more than 100 flights.  Other airline were also affected.  It was a mess and I’m happy we weren’t flying anywhere this month.  Not that we could anyway with health issues.


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just a side trip on my way to another article. got sidetracked again but worth the look

As usual I was headed somewhere else and came across this and fell in love again.

Why do I have to see beautiful places I can never afford when I’m not even looking for them?

So anyway I saw this. There are lots more photos. I really like the gardens here too.  Bet the landscaping would be as costly as the running of the house.
I think they may still refer to places like this as, a pile.  Whatever.  I’d also bet the panels date to the original.
But the bathroom tubs would have to be replaced by regular showers, cos when you’re a certain age, it isn’t certain you’ll be able to climb out of these.

Whoops ... I just noticed.  It isn’t the entire building. Is it?  Lyndon?  Nah. Not for that price and especially NOT in Cumbria which has to be one of the most beautiful places on the planet.  You live there and you have money.

10 bedroom detached house for sale Guide price £1,475,000 ( $ 2,417,806.70 )

Longtown, Carlisle, Cumbria CA6





Go here for all the other pix.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/12/2013 at 08:18 AM   
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unintended consequences?

I don’t think they planned it quite this way.  Do you?  But someone snapped the shutter release and someone decided to print and ... Bingo!



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/12/2013 at 07:58 AM   
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Japanese on right track, execute 2 lice posing as human, left has knickers in a twist

OK it may be scary if you start think about the possibility of someone actually being innocent.

BUT .... but ....

I believe the Japanese should first round up all those weepy eyed hand wringers like Amnasty Intl, and ALL other groups of like nature, and hang them too.

F*** the rights groups.  Funny things about civil and human rights. Well not really funny haha but, where are the tears for victims and victim rights?
Hear any voices except those from the right?  Course not. And you won’t.

And another thing.  Confession to my bmews friends .... the story comes from a liberal paper.
Notice they avoid the word, ‘execute’ in some places. They like to say ‘killed’ instead, as though the scummy bastards don’t deserve what they’re getting. In fact, with the nature of the crimes here, I’d say hanging was giving them a mercy they don’t deserve.

Here’s a really good idea.  Instead of hanging the human rights idiots, execute the shits in the very same manner the victims had to endure. The same pain and the same fright and the same feeling of being totally helpless and alone.  Let those fucks feel all of that.  If only.


standard of the Japanese Prime Minister, the lefties so hate.  He has to be a very good man if the left don’t like like him.  And from what I have read, he cares somewhat more about his country and what happens there, than he does about the opinions of the commies and bed wetters of the left. 

Two men hanged by government in Japan in latest ‘secret executions’

Human rights groups slam practice in which inmates are told they will die just hours beforehand

Two men have been hanged in Japan as part of a campaign of “secret executions” carried out by the government, according to reports from the AFP news agency.

Eight prisoners have now been rushed through the country’s capital punishment system since the right-wing nationalist Shinzo Abe became prime minister a year ago.

Japan is the only major democratic country other than the US to execute its people. International human rights groups say the practice is particularly cruel because inmates are held for years and then only told about their impending death a few hours beforehand.

Amnesty International Japan was quoted as saying that “the high-paced executions under the Abe administration stand squarely against repeated international calls for abolition of death penalty”.

Despite this, capital punishment continues to attract widespread public support in the country. Though no one was executed in the whole of 2011 – the first time this had happened in two decade – hangings resumed in March 2012, and seven people were killed legally executed.

Announcing the latest round of executions, which happened today, Justice Minister Sadakazu Tanigaki said: “There are various criticisms of the death penalty… but Japanese law allows for it and I believe we have people’s support in principle.”

Media reports say one of those killed legally executed was Ryoji Kagayama, 63, who stabbed to death a student from China after robbing her in 2000 and was also convicted of knifing a man to death in 2008 in a failed robbery attempt.

The other prisoner was Akira Morinaga, 55, who drowned a relative of his former wife in a bath in 1986 and murdered one of her acquaintances days later.

Only lefties would wring their oily hands over this slime. 



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/12/2013 at 07:04 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - December 11, 2013

it was faked

I think I’ll post this as humor. 

I’m not posting much of the article, if you’re interested there’s a link below.

Cheers and good evening to all. 


An interpreter who was seen by millions of television viewers worldwide translating Nelson Mandela’s memorial service into sign language was a ‘fake’, according to South Africa’s deaf federation.

The unidentified man, who was broadcast standing alongside world leaders including US President Barack Obama, was making up his own signs, according to the Deaf Federation of South Africa.

With the eyes of the world watching the FNB stadium in Johannesburg, the interpreter was ‘moving his hands around but there was no meaning in what he used his hands for,’ claimed Bruno Druchen, the federation’s national director.

The embarrassing claim comes after yesterday’s ceremony which saw crowds in the third empty stadium boo the country’s president Jacob Zuma.



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they’re back and in time for Christmas shopping. and more on the way next month.

Well what a darn huge surprise.  And just in time for Christmas shopping for those brave enough, in London and every major city in the country by the time it’s all over.  And of course the scum will stay.  Because this country does NOT have full control of its own borders anymore.

Back in time for the Christmas rush: ‘Aggressive’ Roma gypsies return to Marble Arch to beg from wealthy tourists and shoppers

Travellers reportedly targeting wealthy tourists and shoppers for money
They were evicted in July - with some even give free flight home
But now they’re back and council chiefs say there’s very little they can do

What defeatist talk. Nothing they can do?  Nothing? OK. Here’s a solution.  You round the vermin up in large vans and lock the doors from outside.
Then flip a switch that brings the gas into the van where they’re locked inside.  Dump bodies in pre dug hole in wasteland someplace, go back for another load of passengers. Or ... quicker way is napalm on a group of the lice.  The rest will be more than happy to leave while they can still breathe.
But no, authorities will wring their hands and claim there is nothing they can do when in fact, there is much they can do.  Beginning with facing the menace head on and using extreme measures to correct the problem.  Although I don’t see deleting this sub species as anything extreme really.


Romanian gypsies who were evicted from Marble Arch in July have returned and are targeting Christmas shoppers in London’s West End.

The travellers are reportedly ‘aggressively begging’ wealthy tourists for money, in some cases even marching them to cashpoints and waiting as they withdraw cash.

Over the summer Westminster City Council obtained an order evicting the gypsies from their makeshift camp and even paid for some to return home to Romania.

But now they are back and council chiefs say there is very little they can do about it.

They have called for a change in the law to give them a ‘modern set of tools for a modern set of problems.’

Police recognised that people are feeling ‘frustrated’, but UK and EU laws mean attempts to permanently move the group on have failed.

The schmucks haven’t figured out that making them dead is a permanent solution.

Their return has caused outrage among local businesses, who say the group are aggressively begging and stealing from shops and stalls along Oxford Street.

Abdul Mohammed, who works at a souvenir stall a short distance from the arch said they had been harassing his customers.

He said: ‘The other day a woman was buying something from me when one of the gypsies came up to her and started asking her for money.

‘She tried to ignore her but the woman didn’t stop, she was grabbing her arm and pointing at the money in my customer’s wallet.

‘When my customer left the gypsy followed her, she was about to give in and give the woman some money so I shouted to her not to give her any.

‘When I did that the gypsy came running back to me and shouted ‘f*** you’ - they have learned how to say that now.

Mr Mohammed said that the gypsies had been targeting the West End’s wealthy foreign visitors.

He explained: ‘They go up to a lot of Arab men and women because they know they have a lot of money.

‘They will point right at the money as they count it out and ask for it. Then they take all the cash they have collected to the Western Union nearby, I see them doing it every day.’

A huge operation in July saw the council and police move in to break up a camp set up on the central reservation of Park Lane, one of London’s most exclusive streets.

But now the group have been living in unsanitary conditions on the narrow strip of grass between two war memorials opposite the Dorchester Hotel.

According to one worker the police and council staff move the travellers off their squat every morning, marching them up to the junction of Park lane and Oxford Street.

They take their bedding, mattresses and other possessions in trollies with them before settling down in the square beneath the arch.

One worker, who mans a tour bus company’s stall complained that once the travellers have been moved up to the monument they were left unchecked for most of the day.

He said: ‘No one seems to care what they are doing after about eight o’clock in the morning.

‘Why is it when you have hundreds of policemen out and about looking for cyclists you can’t have some cracking down on this?’

On Tuesday a team of police and border officials were seen checking travel documents belonging to the travellers.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/11/2013 at 11:26 AM   
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the enemy within

So why post something three years old. Cos nothin’ has changed.  In fact, I’m wondering if anything has gorren any better since this was made.
This year, a traitor gave away secret govt. docs. and is currently living in Russia.  He stole so much that some things are still being published by lefty press and not a few conservative ones too.
I think it’s called the enemy within.

The video however deals with that other enemy, pisslam’s followers who live among us. Some of you may have seen this. It’s still worth being reminded. For those who missed it, I doubt you’ll be surprised but even so, it’s worth the time.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/11/2013 at 11:10 AM   
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