When Sarah Palin booked a flight to Europe, the French immediately surrendered.

calendar   Friday - February 28, 2014

7 up the hard way

We won all 7 at Fun League tonight. Don’t ask me how. We didn’t bowl all that well. Well, not too badly. I guess the other team just did worse. That’s how it goes sometimes.


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the burden that never ends

It’s the burden that has no end and I really doubt it ever will.

This time .... it’s Spain. For now. For today. But I would be surprised if many of this scum didn’t show up here.


If this video doesn’t look like an invasion of ants, or some other form of unwanted crawling pest, I don’t know what does.
But then, they really and truly are insects. Aren’t they?

Take a look at this video.  Naturally, the vermin have a civil, human (?) and even a god given right to the country.

Lots more pix at link.  Wanna discuss unprotected borders?

If the authorities would only relent and use their heads and start shooting a few hundred as they come ashore, others might not follow. The logic of that escapes them along with the liberal hand wringers and bed wetters.
Won’t take too long for countries that were once happy and white to be anything but.  Damn sad.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/28/2014 at 02:49 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - February 27, 2014

son kills innocent man, mom says it was accident and no big deal, asks why the fuss.

Saw this in morning paper and knew I had to boot and get this out of my system, in a manner of speaking.

On Tuesday I posted an article about some poor guy who was punched, fell to the ground, hit his head on the pavement and died.  It could have been an unintended consequence but there was no reason at all, for the mud person to hit the fellow to begin with.  In fact if you look at the photos, the victim was glancing away from the killer when he struck. But no matter. Two things that matter are, 1) the thug’s mother who has said, “It’s no big deal” and asks, “why all the fuss?”

The hand that rocks the cradle indeed. 
Not that it excuses the murderous piece of filth we are encouraged to view as human, and cautioned about using language that may offend him because it’s always seen as racist to do so.

The second thing that matters and I think it matters a lot, is the judge in Winchester who sentenced the killer to four years.
Well … here’s a bit of judgy background on him.

He is the self same idiot judge who called for silence in court to commemorate the death of a gang member shot by police. This was the shooting of Mark Duggan which was the excuse used to riot and burn a few cities over the course of a week. 

Killing a man? ‘It’s no big deal’: A sneer from mother of thug who punched Asperger’s sufferer, as Attorney General is deluged with calls to increase sentence

· Andrew Young, 40, died in hospital after he was punched by Lewis Gill
· Mr Young had become involved in an argument with Gill’s friend
· Gill pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was jailed for four-and-a-half years
· Now his mother has said she did not know ‘what all the fuss was about’

By Rebecca Evans and Jack Doyle

The mother of a thug who killed an autistic man dismissed his crime as ‘no big deal’ last night.

In a display of callous indifference, Sherron O’Hagan said she did not know ‘what all the fuss was about’.


Her son Lewis Gill killed Andrew Young with a single punch in an unprovoked attack captured on CCTV.
He was given just four years but a public outcry may lead to a longer sentence.
The Attorney General says he will examine whether the jail term was too short.

Dominic Grieve’s office was deluged with more than 110 complaints within hours of the case becoming public.
Mr Young’s mother Pamela has dismissed the sentence as an ‘absolute joke’ – Gill could even be free within two years.

But Mrs O’Hagan, speaking from her home in Sutton, South London, yesterday insisted her son was a ‘good kid’. 

The 41-year-old mother of three told the Mail: ‘It was just an accident. It’s not a big deal. This will all be forgotten tomorrow. He’s my son, what do you want me to say? He didn’t mean to kill him and that’s that.’

Mrs O’Hagan, who was not married to Gill’s father Richard McKenzie, added: ‘This story will be the lining of chips tomorrow. I just don’t understand what all the fuss is about.’

Gill, a convicted robber, punched 40-year-old Mr Young to the ground on a busy Bournemouth street on November 6 last year.
Shocking CCTV footage shows him calmly walking forward to deliver the deadly punch after Mr Young reprimanded his friend for cycling on the pavement.

But Judge stays silent over short sentence

The judge who sent Lewis Gill to prison for just four years did not respond to criticism of what has been called an ‘extremely lenient’ sentence.
Keith Cutler, 63, refused to discuss the case yesterday at Winchester Crown Court where he spent the day hearing a trial into an alleged conspiracy to commit blackmail.

The judge has however previously spoken about his approach to sentencing.

He has said in an interview: ‘Every offence has its different features, every mitigation has its own strengths and all those elements are brought into sentencing.’
He added: ‘Some cases get to you. When I come out of court, I say “That’s it. I’ve made my decision.  If I am wrong the Court of Appeal will deal with it”.’
The father of two, who is a lay canon at Salisbury Cathedral, has also defended his sometimes controversial approach to the legal process.

This was most notable in his handling of the inquest into the shooting of Mark Duggan, where he held a 20-second silence to commemorate the gangster’s death.
The judge admits that he enjoys having the power to show leniency but he reacted angrily to ministerial criticism of ‘soft’ sentencing back in 2006 when he was secretary of the Council of Circuit Judges.

In October 2004, he handed teenager Louis Moroncini an 18-month supervision order for striking Beverley Brennan round the head with a 4ft wooden pole during a robbery.

Judge Cutler told the defendant: ‘You know, and I know, that you richly deserve custody and you would have got three years. But you must know that if you fail me and go wrong on this order, you will be back before the courts.’

In September 2004, Abdel Atif Gholam, 29, an Afghan refugee who had no licence or insurance when he veered on to the wrong side of the road and killed a motorcyclist, was jailed by Judge Cutler for just two years.

The judge lives in a sprawling six-bedroom detached house in the heart of the English countryside.
Situated off a quiet lane, the £1million property offers picturesque views and has a well-tended garden packed with tall trees and ancient woodland.


Sure hope the cemetery poor Mr. Young is buried in, is as well tended as that garden mentioned above.  Were there a view that Young could see, I’m sure the view below would not make for anything “picturesque”. 
But it’s no big deal.

The so called justice system appears to have very little of that about it.


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calendar   Wednesday - February 26, 2014

An interesting development

So I’m perusing and come across this headline:

"Forgive me, Father, for I have’s been a week since my last confession...I was checking out your wife during Mass again”

Wait a minute. Father, Mass, Wife? Did something change? Apparently it is starting to…

ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – Pope Francis has given permission for a St. Louis deacon, who is married, to be ordained into the priesthood.

Deacon Wissam Akiki will be ordained this week at St. Raymond’s Maronite Cathedral. He will be the first married man to be ordained into priesthood under the U.S. Maronite Catholic Church, according to Eparchy of our Lady of Lebanon Deacon Louis Peters.

Deacon Akiki previously attended the Holy Spirit University in Lebanon, Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Seminary and the Aquinas Institute of Theology.

Deacon Akiki will be ordained Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

I’m assuming that’s their daughter in front.


Must say I approve. There is no Scriptural justification for the Catholic celibacy rule. In fact, that rule contributed to the Catholic homosexual pedophile priest scandal. While advocating marriage as Scriptural for laymen, they forbade it to the clergy. A situation just ripe for abuse.

Almost forgot to post my source: Story here.


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 02/26/2014 at 07:59 PM   
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Safest Winter Olympic Sport

This from the The Washington Post, who seem more concerned about the fashion police than injuries:

Curlers may be sporting the wildest pants of any event at the Olympic Games. But they are at risk for more than being flagged by the fashion police.

Having noticed that, do you notice anything about this graph the WP printed?


Is the sport with the lowest injury rate also the only one that involves… firearms? Sure looks like it.

To quote Random Nuclear Strikes, (H/T to RNS also);

So for heavens sake, ban snowboards and skis!


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 02/26/2014 at 05:26 PM   
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TThose crazy Russkis

Weirdest warship ever built?


A circular warship? You must be joking. Cue Billy Preston.

From 1872 to 1874, Russia built on the Black Sea one of the strangest-looking warships the world had ever seen. Andrei Alexandrovich Popov, the naval officer responsible for the design, wanted an ironclad monitor, which was a common naval design concept. But Popov built one had a circular hull. The Novgorod weighed 2,490 tons and had a diameter of 101 feet. It carried 2 12-inch guns that retracted into an armored turret. The guns sat on a turntable that could move 35 degrees in either direction. The ship had 6 engines, each of which powered 1 propeller. …

… Popov’s ships had a rare design premise—and for good reason. They often floundered even in calm water and rivers, let alone the open sea. Worse, when idling, Novogord and Popov tended to spin in circles. The Czar, however, was fond of the design and ordered the construction of the Livadia, a circular royal yacht. Historian Stanley Sandler jokes that this must have been because the Czar “presumably suffered more from seasickness than dizziness.”

H/T: Vilmar


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A Little Amish Eyecandy.

Breaking Amish star, 23, turns her back on church to embark on modeling career in New York City (and her bishop father isn’t very happy about it)


See More Below The Fold


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A Good Day to Die?

Gonna get some of your jack-booted thugs killed doing this.



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Isn’t This Where We Came In?

Obama Wants $300+$600=$900 BILLION To Fix Infastructure

Wants To Repair And Update Roads And Railways

Will Create Thousands Of “Shovel Ready” Jobs?


Please tell me he isn’t going to try and call this a stimulus bill. Again.

[ Feb 12 2014 ] President Barack Obama is asking Congress for $300 billion to update the nation’s roads and railways.

Obama plans to make the proposal Wednesday at the Union Depot rail and bus station in St. Paul, Minn.

The Highway Trust Fund finances federal highway and transit programs but is forecast to go broke as early as August.

The fund needs $100 billion over the next six years just to maintain current spending levels. But Obama and Congress don’t want to raise gas taxes to make up the gap.

Obama is proposing that half the $302 billion he’s proposing come from an overhaul of corporate taxes, but he says he’s open to other ideas.

He also plans to announce a $600 million competition for federal grants to fund infrastructure projects that create jobs.


Yup, that’s the one. Teh Won! Tens of thousands of “Shovel Ready Jobs” were going to be “created or saved”, right? Rebuild America, right? So we gave him $1.7 TRILLION and suddenly damn near all the money went to Solyndra and other BS pocket liner “green” fail-projects run by his main campaign contributors ... NOW stepped in and said all those workman jobs were sexist ... all the other jackals in DC swooped in with their knives ... and I think we wound up with one or two trucks full of asphalt patching holes somewhere in the boonies of Idaho?
And all that stimulus was going to keep unemployment waaay down, and kick-start the economy, and all things wonderful? After all, Chicago Jesus promised us “This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.” right? So let’s do it again.

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Just 2

What a difference a day makes!

Same end of the alley, same weather, very similar temperatures (low 20s), but tonight my gang at Greed League couldn’t find a strike with a GPS and a laser pointer. Yet the other team sure could. We got hammered. Not one of us threw even a 500 series all night. Ouch. 150-160 point games. Holy cow. But we were so close. Ringing 10s and 7s, spinning 9s; oh we were within a shadow’s thickness of endless strikes. But no. Instead we found Split City, leaving some of the ugliest pin combos ever.

Finally the other guys just got tired of throwing strikes, or else the strangeness started to effect them as well. We rallied a bit and managed a win, a big one by over 130 pins, in the last game. Not enough to win total wood, so we went 2-5 for the night and are still in last place by 9 points. 


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a future clash of civilizations ?  do you really think it will be allowed?

Don’t hear from too many of these folks, and when we do, it isn’t too often.
So I thought it would be worth sharing here.

I know from what I read and also from some correspondence as well as the comments made here at bmews, that my home country (USA) is not free from the curse of this group. However .... you’d have to live for awhile on this side of the water to fully appreciate how much bending of the knee to them is done, and what problems a small but growing number have caused.  And btw ... they are not the only ones.

Sadly, this country is awash with folks who come here from places many here had never known existed.  They come here with their unpronounceable and impossible to spell names and the natives are somehow required to do the adapting, the accommodation, and smile while doing so least one be thought of as some sort of racist phobic.  Gone are the days when it was of the utmost importance for immigrants to learn the language of their host country.
As well, this country has open borders in ways that America does not. 

On Thursday, 27 February, the European Parliament will vote on whether the United Arab Emirates should join the Schengen Agreement, which would provide their citizens with visa-free travel throughout European Union member states.

Thank whatever god you pray to or believe in, that America isn’t officially signed up with that god awful agreement, that has seen thousands from turd world countries who don’t speak the language or have a clue with regard to the host country culture and traditions and religion(s) and who, furthermore, do not give a damn.

H/T Gatestone Institute

Who Is to Blame for “Islamophobia” in the UK?

by Mudar Zahran

If you look at the London Tube Bombing of 7/7; the Madrid Train Bombing; two attacks on the World Trade Center; the murders of Lee Rigby, Theo Van Gogh, Daniel Pearl, Nick Berg, Ilan Halimi, and countless other attack and threats, how can we honestly expect people not to be “Islamophobic”? It would appear we have no one to blame but ourselves.

If we Muslims are actually opposed to these Islamist hate preachers, why are we failing to take a unanimous public stance against them, to disown and isolate them from our community?

After the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby by Islamic extremists in London last May, The Guardian reported a surge in the number of anti-Muslim offenses.

Also, last May, a poll by the British research firm, YouGov, showed that nearly two-thirds of Britons believe there will be a “clash of civilizations” between British Muslims and white Britons, and 34% believe that Muslims pose a serious threat to democracy.

As a Muslim living in the UK, I wonder, who is to blame for the increase in anti-Muslim feelings in the U.K.? Or is the problem “Islamophobia”?

If one dispassionately examines facts, it seems possible that if “Islamophobia” exists in the U.K., then perhaps we Muslims are to blame for it.

For a start, let us look at the murder of soldier Lee Rigby, who was butchered in Woolwich, near his army barracks, on May 22, 2013 by two British Muslim converts.

The murderers, Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale were both 29 and born to Christian families. Both are reported by the Daily Mail to have been inspired by the British Muslim cleric Anjem Choudary. Therefore, can we Muslims blame the British public if they fear for their young men and women, and would prefer them not to associate with us and possibly become Islamically radicalized?

Anjem Choudary—the Muslim cleric who “inspired” Rigby’s murderers—has a lavish history of inciting Islamic fundamentalism and hatred against Britain. He refused, for example, to condemn the July 7, 2005 London bombings and even spoke favorably about the “black flag of Sharia flying over Downing Street [the Prime Ministers’ office] by 2020”.

In an interview on April 11, 2013 Choudhry said, “As Muslims, we reject democracy, we reject secularism, and freedom, and human rights. We reject all of the things that you espouse as being ideals ... There is nothing called a republic in Islam. When we talk about the sharia, we are talking about only the sharia. We are talking about rejecting the U.N., the IMF, and the World Bank.”

So, why then, if Choudhry and other Islamist fundamentalists so oppose the British values of democracy and human rights, do they choose to stay in the UK? No one is keeping them here against their will.

Also, if we Muslims in the UK disagree with what Choudhry and his like-minded associates are saying, why do we never speak out against it? If we are actually opposed these Islamist hate preachers, why are we failing to take a unanimous public stance to disown and isolate them from our community?

The non-Muslims must be also asking themselves the same questions, and logically assuming from our silence that we agree.

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One final item as long as the subject happens to be the ROP.  From another part of the world but never far removed from Western civilization, news from
Nigeria this morning and no doubt making news where you are.

Islamic extremists murdered 59 students at a school dormitory in a dawn attack. They locked the doors and fire to the building, then cut the throats of those who managed to escape the inferno.

Just your average freedom fighter at war with civilization. 


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calendar   Tuesday - February 25, 2014

a doin’ what comes naturally …. being the white man’s burden

Just another nigger doing the usual thing. 

I wonder now if the mother of the dead white guy, will be made a Baroness. Oh wait. Can’t do that. She be white so wrong color.
No title for her.

Meanwhile the black baroness skank (doreen lawrence) whose son was killed many years ago, can continue telling us she has to keep her bag closed when entering stores cos the white security guys be all racist and if her hand bag or whatever bag the bitch is carrying be open, dem racist guards be thinkin she be shoplifting, “when everyone knows it’s da whites doing the thieving.” And the” po-leece are institutionally racist even after all these years.” So when she shop she keep bag zipped closed so no one think she be stealing things.

She has nothing to do with this story but I happen to see her comments in print earlier today.  So it set me off.

Killed with single punch by friend of a man he told-off for cycling on the pavement - his killer was jailed for just four and a half years

Andrew Young, 40, died in hospital after he was punched by Lewis Gill
Mr Young had become involved in an argument with Gill’s friend
CCTV footage shows Mr Young falling backwards and striking his head
Gill pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was jailed for four-and-a-half years
Mr Young’s mother Pamela has described the sentence as a ‘joke’

By James Rush


a pedestrian was killed by a single punch after he got into a row about cycling on the pavement.

Andrew Young, 40, became involved in an argument with cyclist Victor Ibitoye after he told him that cycling on the pavement was dangerous.

The cyclist rode off but moments later his friend, Lewis Gill, approached Mr Young, who suffered from Asperger’s Syndrome, and punched him in the face without provocation.

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He was rushed to hospital where he died the following day from head injuries with his mother at his bedside.

Gill pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter and was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

After the hearing, Mr Young’s mother Pamela described the sentence as a ‘joke’. 


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twelve and a half

We took 12 1/2 points out of 16 last night at Late League. Pretty good. It was yet another position round, so we played M’s team yet again. And this is why I object to position rounds: they just force stratification on small leagues. This league only has 8 teams, and a 35 week season? Come on. So we played M’s 3 for the millionth time. Pretty much straight up; I think we had a 4 pin net handicap. With a 187 average in this league I gave M 1 pin in individual handicap, then threw a 204 in Game 1. But that wasn’t enough to beat her, as she came out with a 211, plus the 1. And both teams tied that game with a 633 raw score, so it was 1/2 point each for that. A split on the individuals made it 1 1/2 for us, 2 1/2 for them. I made a small adjustment in Game 2 and got into a groove, throwing 5 X to open the game and finishing with a 218. Hey, 31 over, right, so I’m happy. And that beat her hands down. So one point for me. I was having a good time, and for once I read the lanes properly as they broke down, so I was able to gradually move one board left in tiny increments on the right lane the whole night, but I had to move 2 1/2 boards left on the left lane. And I just threw down in Game 3, rolling a 256. Slam!! So we won Game 2, Game 3, took all the individuals for Game 3, took all the series for the night, and got wood. Go team!

And altogether, I threw a 678, which I think is the best series I’ve ever thrown. Yay me. 117 over average. Still not at the 700 line I daydream about, but that’s a goal I’m getting closer to every week.


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Don’t Cross The Streams

Sad. Director, film star, prolific screenplay writer, and all around funny guy

Harold Ramis

(Ghostbusters, SCTV, et al) died yesterday at only 69 years old.

Ramis, a longtime North Shore resident, was surrounded by family when he died at 12:53 a.m. from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels, his wife Erica Mann Ramis said. He was 69. …
Ramis leaves behind a formidable body of work, with writing credits on such enduring comedies as “National Lampoon’s Animal House” (which upon its 1978 release catapulted the film career of John Belushi, with whom Ramis acted at Second City), “Stripes” (1981) and “Ghostbusters” (in which Ramis also co-starred) plus such directing efforts as “Caddyshack” (1980), “National Lampoon’s Vacation” (1983), “Groundhog Day” and “Analyze This”.


Aykroyd, Murray, and Ramis in a still from Ghostbusters

“Well, for me, it’s the relationship between comedy and life - that’s the edge I live on, and maybe it’s my protection against looking at the tragedy of it all. It’s seeing life in balance. Comedy and tragedy co-exist. You can’t have one without the other. I’m of the school that anything can be funny, if seen from a comedic point of view.”


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