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calendar   Friday - April 16, 2010

Mayor makes public apology for comparing illegal immigrants to sperm on Facebook.

Booting way earlier then normal for me but felt compelled to share this bit of bullshit.  I can’t believe anyone would want to make some sort of big deal out of this, and it just shows you all how far down this path humans (at least here in the UK) have fallen.  How much more pol. correct and how many more apologies must be made before someone with some sense say, that’s enough, damn it.  Sorry folks, but this sort of thing just gets the old dander up. RCOB.
Yeah I know, compared to lots of other things going on, so on and so forth.  Still, doesn’t mean this isn’t maddening. Stupid too.

Maybe if I had taken the time to grab that morning coffee first. Nahhh. I’d still be PO’d.

A mayor has made a public apology after posting a joke online comparing illegal immigrants to sperm.

By Laura Roberts
Published: 7:30AM BST 16 Apr 2010

Sue Mills, mayor of Great Torrington market town in Devon, made the posting on her Facebook page.

The 50 year-old wrote: “Illegal immigrants are like sperm - millions of them come in but only one works.”

The mayor said her comments were made in a private capacity and could only be seen by the 380 “friends” on the site.

She said: “I accept the comments on my page were out of character and never intended to cause offence.

“It was intended as a bit of fun and not designed to upset anyone. I wish to publicly apologise for this mistake and deeply regret any upset I mayhave caused.”

Michael Tyghe, the town clerk, said: “We are having a meeting to discuss the situation. There may be a comment from the council then. I have known Sue for sometime now and one thing she is not is racist. This is just a regrettable mistake in my opinion.”

Cllr Mills has been on Great Torrington Town Council for seven years and became the deputy mayor in 2007 before becoming mayor in May 2009.

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I thought that was damn funny btw.  It was nothing to say sorry over. And it was not a mistake damn it. It was a funny line and true or not people can’t run around apologizing for every word said on the chance that one line or one word will offend.  If anyone takes offense at her line, then they have too much time on their hands to become offended and aren’t working. More likely receiving benefits in the form of council houses and weekly out of work cash benefits etc.
And for the town clerk to announce a “meeting to discuss the situation,” also shows how stupid ppl have become and how much they have bowed to PC.
Notice how easily the association to race is made here as well. That’s interesting.  She referred to ‘illegal immigrants’ not anyone in particular of any one racial group.  Illegals also come from countries with large white populations. So where exactly does a defense of racial attitudes come into this?
Even if she had referred directly to illegals coming from Jamaica or Africa, or some muslim countries where her comment would more then likely be right on the money, she still would have required NO defense based on race.  Jeesh. A simple funny joke and a town council has to have a freekin meeting. JERKS!

For her part, she makes things worse by saying sorry. That implies she did or said something wrong.
The world is a mad fuckin place and doesn’t show signs of getting better.  Not with this kind of thinking it doesn’t. 
I need my coffee.

Oh ,,, I haven’t taken the milk and eggs in from the front porch yet.
See? told ya I booted early.


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calendar   Tuesday - March 23, 2010

WITH APOLOGIES TO MY BRIT FRIENDS BUT, WHEN IT COMES TO THIS SORT OF CRAP …..

If this sort of total bullshit isn’t stopped pretty damn soon, you really are well and truly doomed.
I am beyond anger or frustration with this kind of thing.  On the other hand, to give em left handed credit, the mus-slimes did carry signs saying to hell with freedom and hell to freedom of speech.  Which at that time they were themselves enjoying. Of course, THEY define what is and isn’t to be free I guess.

Imagine being “quizzed by the fuzz for saying this. But damn it, it is true.  I’m not upset with the police who after all must by the shit-ridden laws passed by the commie-sars in charge here, respond to complaints.  The fault isn’t theirs.  As for these hand wringing asswipes who wrap themselves in a flag of Human Rights, every single one with NO exceptions should be taken out.  It’s wet work sure but there are lots of patriots I’m sure who would be happy to volunteer to do the GOOD deed that needed doing.

Oh .. I almost forgot but this story just reminded me.  I have some good news to pass on. It’s a week old but better late then ....

A human rights lawyer was stabbed at his home about ten days ago. He bled to death.  I for one am very happy about that.  When I heard the story I couldn’t help but think, YES!  MORE-MORE.  ENCORE!

Some may regard that as somewhat extreme.  If you do, then you haven’t learned to hate enough. These slime are having a field day and have for years and look where its brought us.  I say we are all much better off with ALL of them graveyard dead.  If not all, then enough to discourage their followers. Alas, the west has no fist of steel. And no stomach for the job and the other side knows that.  That is why they are winning.

Please note, I am speaking strictly for myself. That’s my personal take on our world and the way I see it headed. All politically correct and social engineered and run by civil/human rights leftist bastards who enjoy the power and telling others how and what to think. Well screw em!

MP quizzed by police after saying ‘wearing burkha was like having paper bag over your head’

By Daily Mail Reporter

An MP was investigated by police for inciting racial hatred over controversial comments about the burkha following complaints from a human rights association.

Conservative MP Philip Hollobone said wearing the garment was the religious equivalent of ‘going round with a paper bag over your head’.

During a parliamentary debate last month he urged the House of Commons to ‘seriously consider’ banning the garment.

Now it has emerged police received a complaint about the Kettering MP a few days after his comments from the Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council (NREC).

Officers rang Mr Hollobone to say a complaint had been made but the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case a few days later as there were no grounds for prosecution.

Debates in Westminster are protected by parliamentary privilege but Mr Hollobone said the complaint could have related to comments made inside or outside the Commons.

He criticised the ‘hypocritical and ‘patronising’ NREC today for championing freedom of speech while attempting to have him prosecuted.

Last month the organisation sent the outspoken MP a letter criticising his stance on Muslim women who chose to wear the burkha in public.

Mr Hollobone said: ‘It’s complete hypocrisy. They talk on one hand about freedom of speech and expression and then without even making contact try to get me prosecuted.

‘In this country you should be able to have a debate about controversial subjects without the threat of police action. That’s how democracy works.

‘I am not going to be silenced by the threat of prosecution when all I am doing is speaking out about the concerns of my constituents.

‘If this had gone to court I would have defended myself.

‘I don’t blame the police at all, they are obliged to investigate reports of crime. That’s their job. But I am disgusted that the NREC should seek an MP’s prosecution.

‘I have been in correspondence with them and offered to meet representatives of local Muslim groups but that invitation is still outstanding.

‘The issue here is the covering of ones face in public. The nihab and the burkha are not legal requirements.

‘There are large numbers if immigrant women who will not be able to integrate into the British way of life if they cover themselves up.’

On March 11 Mr Hollobone used another Commons’ debate to mark International Women’s Day to reiterate his views on the burkha.

He said: ‘This is Britain. We are not a Muslim country. Covering your face in public is strange and to many people both intimidating and offensive.’ Burkhas are worn by an estimated 100,000 of the 2.4million Muslims in the UK.

Northamptonshire Police said the complaints related to comments made at the beginning of February in Parliament, although he also expanded on them in a local newspaper.

A police spokesman said: ‘It was brought to our attention and we looked into it but the CPS decided there was no case to answer here.’

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 03/23/2010 at 01:27 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - March 18, 2010

A bungling nurse who hardly speaks the language and police forced into political correctness

Oh boy oh boy. What a fine mess these folks have got the public in.

England’s troubles aren’t feudalism (as one person may have suggested.? ) or the monarchy. (in decline?) Nope.
The problems are ones like this.

BUNGLING and DANGEROUS NURSE. READS LIKE A CARRY ON MOVIE.


Bungling foreign nurse can KEEP his job… despite barely any English and ‘worrying’ lack of competence

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 4:17 PM on 18th March 2010

A bungling Indian nurse who could barely understand English and refused to learn the language can keep his job, a tribunal ruled today.

Biju John, 38, from Cambridge, has been declared fit to work even though the chairman of the Nursing and Midwifery Council panel said he displayed a ‘worrying’ lack of competence.

The hearing had been told staff felt they were ‘carrying’ him and did not feel safe leaving patients in his care.

He had even written to the NMC insisting he could understand instructions, stating ‘I never be confused at all (sic).’


The tribunal was told the Indian nurse had a limited knowledge of basic nursing skills and did nothing when a patient was struggling to breathe.

The NMC heard John, who did not attend the hearing, should have started basic airway management as the man gasped for breath after coming round from an operation.

John was this week found guilty of seven charges relating to his lack of competency when he worked at the hospital between July 2003 and December 2004.

These include failing to complete basic skills required of a nurse, not demonstrating his English was sufficient to communicate with colleagues effectively, which gave rise to the incident with the latex gloves, and failing to take appropriate action when a patient’s oxygen levels dropped.

However, the panel ruled John could keep his job subject to a number of conditions.

NMC chair David Kyle said his lack of competence was ‘worrying’ but ‘not irremediable’.

‘Other nurses felt they were carrying him. Anaesthetists were nervous about leaving their patients in his care and adopted a practice of returning to check on their patients because they were concerned about them.

So then, how much time should be allowed to bring this guy up to speed?  How many more chances should he have to perhaps kill someone?

And then there is this bit of fluff and nonsense as well.  No, the problem isn’t a non existent order that ended long ago. It’s PC and all it stands for.

Police banned from asking for someone’s ‘Christian’ name because it might offend those of other faiths
By REBECCA CAMBER

Police officers have been banned from asking for ‘Christian’ names for fear of offending other religions.

Officers taking down a suspect’s particulars must now refer to their ‘personal’ or ‘family name’ as the word ‘Christian’ could offend Muslims, Sikhs and other faiths, according to new diversity guidelines.

They are also warned not to use terms like afternoon or evening as it could confuse people of ‘different cultural backgrounds’ about the time of day.

The 62-page ‘Faith and Culture Resource’ booklet produced by the force’s diversity support group sets out customs and practices in a number of religions and beliefs including paganism and rastafarianism.

In it, officers are told to offer to remove their shoes on entering people’s homes as some religions frown upon shoes being worn inside the home.

Other handy tips for police include wiping their feet to get rid of mud when entering a gypsy’s trailer and not to put a cup of proffered tea on the floor as this could offend their standards of cleanliness.

Another guide also warns against the phrases ‘manning the phones’, ‘layman’s terms’ and ‘the tax man’, as it ‘makes women invisible’.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 03/18/2010 at 02:02 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - March 09, 2010

Harperson on the march again. Vegans to get discrimination rights along with teatotalers & atheists

I had no idea, not even a clue, that this particular grouping of people had problems of discrimination.  Vegetarians? Tea drinkers? Atheists? What next?
Naval ship’s captains? Jeesh.

One commenter in The Times wrote, Vegan...an old Native American word meaning poor hunter. LOL

batbatbat I’m just guessing here but I’d say Ms Harperson deserves a few bats to add to the colony she already has in her belfry. 

Gee and to think. All those many youthful years and I was the victim of discrimination without ever knowing I was.  Who do I sue?  Says here that it’s unlawful for example to have ladies nights where they save money but men do not.  So I’m a past victim.  You too. Oh what a hard life and oh how unfair. Hey, how about we men demand restitution for all the extra money we spent while the ladies got into clubs for free. There ya go. We demand money and oh yeah. A sincere and heartfelt apology from all women.  Oh boy. This should be fun. 

From The Sunday Times

Don’t mock my lentils: vegans to get discrimination rights

Marie Woolf, Whitehall Editor

VEGANS and teetotalers are to be given the same protection against discrimination as religious groups, under legislation championed by Harriet Harman, the equalities minister.

Members of cults and “new religions” such as Scientology, whose supporters include the film stars Tom Cruise and John Travolta, would also be offered protection, as would atheists.

A code of practice explaining the legal implications of the equality bill states that religions need not be mainstream or well known for their adherents to gain protection. “A belief need not include faith or worship of a god or gods, but must affect how a person lives their life or perceives the world.”

The code, drawn up by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, singles out vegans, who do not eat any animal products or wear leather, as meriting protection from religious discrimination. It says: “A person who is a vegan chooses not to use or consume animal products of any kind. That person eschews the exploitation of animals for food, clothing, accessories or any other purpose and does so out of an ethical commitment to animal welfare.”

A spokesman from the commission explained: “This is about someone for whom being vegan or vegetarian is central to who they are. This is not something ‘thought up by the commission’. Parliament makes the law, the courts interpret it and the commission offers factual and proportionate guidance to organisations where necessary. We are providing guidance on the implications of the equality bill.”

The legislation also covers “any religious belief or philosophical belief” and even “a lack of belief”.

Philosophical beliefs to be protected could include humanism and pacifism, but a spokesman for Harman said scientific or political beliefs such as Marxism and fascism would not be covered. The commission added that the recently founded International Church of Jediism, with 500,000 followers worldwide who base their philosophy on the Star Wars films, would not qualify. Beliefs had to be heartfelt.

The watchdog also warns that advertisements giving preferential treatment to men or women could be illegal. This could mean the end of “ladies’ nights” at clubs, when women receive cut-price drinks or free entrance but men pay full price.

People for whom abstention from alcohol was a way of life would also be protected. Conversely, the bill would make it unlawful for a shopkeeper to refuse to sell cigarettes to a woman because she was pregnant.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 03/09/2010 at 09:49 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - March 02, 2010

from the, I guess it had to happen dept.  A newspaper apologizes for muslim hurt feelings

Thing of it is, betcha the ones making the fuss to begin with were just making all that supposed outrage up.  Just another excuse and we all know it.

I meant to post this days ago. Got caught up in things elsewhere.  Shows ya how small those vermin are making our world tho.


Danish paper apologises for printing Muhammad cartoon

A Danish newspaper has apologised for any offence caused when it reprinted a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb-shaped turban in 2008.

Politiken said it was apologising as part of a settlement with Muslim groups in the Middle East and Australia.

Other Danish newspapers criticised Politiken for its move.

Twelve cartoons of Muhammad were initially published in 2006, sparking widespread protests by Muslims in various countries.

Politiken - and other papers - republished one in 2008 when police uncovered an alleged plot to kill cartoonist Kurt Westergaard.

Editor-in-chief Toeger Seidenfaden said on Friday: “We apologise to anyone who was offended by our decision to reprint the cartoon drawing.”

He told the Associated Press (AP) news agency that the paper still had the right to publish.
“We have the right to print Kurt Westergaard’s drawings, we have the right to print the original 12 drawings, we have the right to print all the caricatures in the world,” he said.

“We apologise for the offence which the reprint has caused. That is what we apologise for.”

this is from another newspaper in Denmark, the one that originally published the cartoons.

Politiken’s pathetic prostrating before a Saudi lawyer takes the first prize in stupidity
Joern Mikkelse
Editor-in-chief of Jyllands-Posten

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 03/02/2010 at 02:42 PM   
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calendar   Monday - March 01, 2010

justified killing of British troops in Iraq, believes al Qaeda is a “myth. not a problem lets talk

Up until a couple of years ago, or was it only last year? I forgot. No matter because the then top dog at the MET, the metropolitan police, was a man who claimed to be quite “proud” of being “politically correct.” When the new consrv. mayor of London took over after ousting a self confessed communist mayor, he threw the bum out. Hmm. Wait. This is England and generally they are somewhat more polite. The new mayor didn’t throw out Sir Ian Blair but he did allow him to quit the post.  That man was probably the very worst thing that has ever happened to the police of this country, and they still have not recovered.
When I took the morning papers off the chair on the front porch, about the first story that caught my eye today was this.

Sir Ian Blair signed a formal agreement with an Islamic extremist to treat him as the Metropolitan Police’s “principal” representative of the Muslim community, it can be disclosed.

By Andrew Gilligan

The activist, Azad Ali, was accepted by the Met as a trusted interlocutor. The force also agreed to give him information on forthcoming anti-terror raids. – Mr Ali has previously justified the killing of British troops in Iraq, believes al Qaeda is a “myth,” and has praised a key mentor of Osama bin Laden.

Mr Ali signed the deal, a copy of which has been seen by the Daily Telegraph, in his capacity as the then chairman of the Muslim Safety Forum – a body closely linked to the fundamentalist Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE).

The Muslim Safety Forum was set up, in its own words, to challenge the “unfair focus on the Muslim community when it came to policing activities and enforcement of anti- terror policing legislation.”

It was accepted by the police as a legitimate body. The agreement, dated December 2006 and personally signed by Mr Ali and Sir Ian, who was Commissioner of the Met at the time, states: “The Commissioner will recognise the MSF as the principal body in relation to Muslim community safety and security.”

Sir Ian or his deputy committed to meet Mr Ali and the MSF at least twice a year and to hold monthly meetings with the MSF at “New Scotland Yard or other suitable premises.”

The agreement says that the Met and MSF will “use the MSF as a consultation body to help formulate policy or practice.” and “progress an annual plan of work through agreed priority workstreams,” jointly led by Met and MSF representatives.

The Met also agreed to set up a four-strong panel with the MSF to offer the Muslim community a chance to comment on whether the information police had on a suspect was too flimsy and the consequences of a raid for community relations.

Mr Ali, one of the panel members, said at the time: “This will allow independent scrutiny of intelligence.”

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 03/01/2010 at 02:48 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - February 25, 2010

US sports presenter suspended for calling colleague’s clothes ‘horrifying’

She’s 47 going on 16 looks like.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/25/2010 at 05:57 PM   
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