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calendar   Wednesday - August 12, 2015

Is It Grant Proposal Time Again Already?

Secret Tomb of Nefertiti Found At Last?


Nefertiti, the original babe

This story is all over the online news to a greater or lesser extent. Like those famous Russian nesting dolls, called matryoshka, the latest theory based on ultra-high resolution topographic photography, is that her tomb lies hidden inside Tut’s tomb. A few nearly invisible lines in the plaster on the walls may be hiding secret doorways, and his being buried there (she may have been his mother??) explains why this one pharaoh was entombed in a shrine merely good enough for a queen. Basically, they just tossed him in the ante-room with a pile of stuff and a few buckets of beer and said good enough.

The answer to one of Egyptology’s most enduring mysteries may have been lying in plain view the whole time, an archaeologist has claimed.

According to new research, the long-sought final resting place of Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti may lie beyond two hidden doorways inside the tomb of King Tutankhamun.

The discovery was made by Nicholas Reeves, an English archaeologist at the University of Arizona, after poring over high-resolution digital scans of the walls of Tutankhamun’s grave complex in the Valley of the Kings.

In a research paper published online, Dr Reeves claims to have found a bricked-up and hitherto unnoticed portal leading out of the celebrated king’s burial chamber.

“The implications are extraordinary, if digital appearance translates into physical reality,” he wrote. “Within these uncharted depths an earlier royal interment – that of Nefertiti herself.”

Archaeologists have long searched for the lost burial place of the slender-necked queen, who was the chief consort of the pharaoh Akhenaten in the 14th Century BC. The apparent gravity of the new research underscores the role that modern technology can play in bringing new discoveries to light.

In the research paper, Dr Reeves praises the work of Factum Arte, the Madrid-based group whose open source mapping of the site made the discovery of Nefertiti’s apparent “ghosts” possible.

“Conservators anywhere in the world are now able with ease to scrutinise and consider the paintings: every crack, blemish, and technical feature,” he wrote.

Naysayers poo-poo this theory because, as Akhenaten’s queen (Amenhotep IV, “the abomination” who invented monotheism and nearly caused a civil war by tossing out all the other gods) she lived in his new capital city of Amarna, and thus was cut off from Luxor and the Valley of the Kings. But her face and name have been found on stelae and grave inscriptions all over this very Egypt.


Alas, the mystery is likely to continue for a good while yet. The sensitivity of the site and its cramped conditions make examining the tomb in situ especially challenging.

“I think by using modern seismic X-ray technology it should be possible to look through the walls and see if there are significant anomalies or indeed gaps in the bedrock behind those walls,” says Wilkinson.

“That sort of ground penetration radar is well developed. It’s been used in the Valley of the Kings and other places in Egypt,” he says.

Even if this portal is found to exist and leads to a hidden chamber inside Tut’s tomb, Wilkinson maintains such a discovery would lead to an even longer debate about how best to excavate the site without causing damage to the existing monument.

“We may get to the point within a few years of knowing whether there is a chamber behind (those walls), but I think it will be quite a while before we can peek inside any chamber that might be there,” he says.

“But it’s very tantalizing and it would be nice to think that in a few years’ time we might have the final answer.”

Tutankamun’s tomb is no longer open to the public because all the visitors and their moist breath were aging the frescoes. Instead, a tremendously accurate facsimile tomb has been built nearby for visitors. In size, shape, depth, condition, and detail it is accurate to the very millimeter, scratch, and paint shade.  Even the story of making the fake one is pretty interesting, so here’s a link to it.


Keep this picture in mind when you click over to the super high resolution photographs that were the cause of this ruckus. The display tool takes a minute to figure out, but by clicking at the grey edges when not in super zoom mode it will switch between the artwork around Tut’s sarcophagus and the 3-D topography of the plastered wall beneath the paintings. See if you can find your own hidden doorways and secret bits. This is a fantastic link. I really encourage you to click and have a visit. Click on the main sign (#62) to get things started, then click again to access the controls.


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calendar   Thursday - August 06, 2015

the west just hasn’t the stomach to end this, by killing all of them including their enablers

H/T Breitbart News

I think I mentioned this without posting the whole story. Does have some interest though and so posting now.

I have banged on for a very long time about the (mostly white) enablers, the 5th column and organized anarchists.  Not because I had any greater insight than any of our readers.  It’s just that living here I read what those enablers and traitors themselves say out loud.  And I know I’ve said it before and more than once but it’s worth hammering home again.  Those miserable creeps are at work in the USA as well as over here, and often they are based in Europe to begin with.  And they find useful idiots in America to go along with their ruinous program.

see photo and see if you can spot the enablers. this’ll be a hard one cos they all look alike. right?

btw .... nigrants are also changing tactics over last few days by trying to crowd the ferries.

Now migrants target ferries to the UK: Hundreds cause mile-long traffic jam before riot police surround Jungle and block access to the terminal

Migrants caused traffic jam after trying to jump on lorries boarding ferries
Riot police surrounded ‘Jungle’ camp and blocked off entrance to terminal
Marks change for migrants, who have focused efforts on Channel Tunnel

By Emily Kent Smith In Calais For The Daily Mail

Hundreds of migrants caused a huge traffic jam outside the port of Calais yesterday after trying to jump on to lorries boarding ferries bound for Britain.

French riot police responded by surrounding the makeshift camp in the town known as the Jungle and blocking off parts of the motorway to the terminal.

Hundreds of cars and lorries were forced to queue for more than a mile as they waited to board boats back to the UK.

An hour before the chaos near the port, migrants could be seen walking alongside a Eurotunnel train having successfully made it through fences blocking the tracks. Despite new cameras installed above them, they were not intercepted.

A spokesman for the port of Calais said strikes by MyFerryLink workers meant that traffic had built up on the roads as services were delayed or cancelled, adding that the migrants had used this as an opportunity to try to jump on to slow-moving lorries.


Posters Tell Migrants to Say They Are Gay to Claim Asylum

by Donna Rachel Edmunds


Posters advising migrants to pretend to be gay in order to claim asylum in the UK have sprung up at the Calais migrant camp known as The Jungle. The extensive, detailed advice is written in both English and Arabic. It is not known who posted it.

According to the Daily Mail, the posters have been attached to a caravan at the entrance to The Jungle. It suggests that migrants chose a “category” which proves their life would be endangered if they returned to their homeland. Among the options listed are “race and religion” and “being gay in some countries.”

Migrants are urged to “prepare their story well from the beginning”, and to take into account whether their “story fits well with them,” (the UK government) suggesting that a credible story be concocted.

When facing asylum interviews, the migrants are advised to “try and remember” all the details of “what happened”, and to take written notes in with them. Some information on what sort of questions are likely to be asked is also included.

So far none of the organisations working at The Jungle has claimed responsibility for the posters, and no individuals have stepped forward. It could have been posted by any one of a number of organisations working there, many of whom show solidarity toward the immigrants.

One such group as No Borders, lists remarkably similar advice on its website in a range of languages. The advice on the website asserts “Asylum is a right guaranteed for everyone under international law,” but highlights the need to convince the authorities of the danger of being returned home.

It lists categories for claiming asylum including “race; religion; nationality; political opinion; or membership of a particular social group (such as being a woman, gay and so on),” adding: “Think carefully about which of the above categories applies to you and how your story fits in with them. But even if your political asylum is refused, there might be other reasons (called humanitarian grounds) that may allow you to stay in the UK, such as discrimination, family life and so on. Ask about that!”

No Borders hold regular workshops in The Jungle on how to gain asylum in Britain. Over the weekend, members of No Borders erected a wooden plaque promising to provide migrants with all “they n/ever wanted to know about asylum in the UK.”

The group have declared that it is “bored of borders” and that there should be “no global borders”. Group members live in The Jungle with the migrants, and carry out protests alongside the migrants.

Another poster in the camp lists guidelines for migrants, telling them what to do if UK border police stop them. They are told not to answer any questions, or give their name or address.

In the year to March Britain received 31,945 asylum applications, around 44 per cent of which were accepted. However this year’s tally is likely to be much higher as the whole of Europe has been experiencing a huge influx of migrants in the last few months.

Germany, which has the highest number of applications of asylum seekers of any European country, registered nearly 74,000 migrants between January and April, followed by 79,000 in July alone.

There are some 5,000 migrants camped outside Calais at the moment hoping to catch a ride on lorries or through the channel tunnel. Around 3,500 of those are expected to be successful. It has been estimated that numbers in Calais may rise to 10,000 by the end of the summer.

source, breitbart


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calendar   Wednesday - August 05, 2015

columnist questioned by police for comparing migrants to ‘cockroaches’ , which they are!

This country is through, it’s finished,.
In fact …. this country may be dead, but nobody has thought to bury the stinking and decaying corpse.

And to think …. I’ve been saying much the same on bmews for a long time.  She could have been reading me here at bmews. 

I guess I could be next.

The lady in question here, is perhaps the least politically correct person in the country, myself aside.

Take a look readers. 

It’s now come to this.

Katie Hopkins questioned by police for ‘inciting racial hatred’ with migrants column

Controversial columnist attends central London police station under caution over piece in The Sun comparing migrants to ‘cockroaches’

Katie Hopkins, the outspoken newspaper columnist, has been questioned by police over allegations she incited racial hatred with an article about migrants.

The controversial media personality was criticised for a piece in The Sun in April in which she compared asylum seekers to “cockroaches”.

Hopkins, 40, also said she would use “gunships” to halt boats from crossing the Mediterranean just a day after hundreds of migrants were killed off the Sicilian coast.

The Metropolitan Police confirmed it received allegations of incitement of racial hatred following an article published on April 17.

A spokesman confirmed a 40-year-old woman was interviewed under caution at a central London police station, but was not arrested.
The column is alleged to have dehumanised migrants by labelling them “feral” and describing them as “spreading like norovirus”.

Well shiver me timbers.  She calls em as she sees em and what’s more, she is correct. Oh, and speaking of feral, a French policeman was slashed across the face and ear by one of these unspeakably filthy cockroaches this week, and required hospitalization.

And … some very good news to report. I love this.  It’s reported minutes ago on BBC news, that possibly 700 migrants may have drowned and there are even exciting photos that lifted my spirits. Google migrant boat capsizes. Sorry the number isn’t much higher.  And as for Miss Hopkins inciting hatred.  Bullshit!  People just have to see the news and see what chaos this invasion is causing.  Seeing the daily news is inciting all by itself.  You folks reading this, don’t see all that people on this side of the water see everyday. It would be very surprising indeed if nobody was incited to view these migrants as a curse and with some great amount of dislike. And even hate. Why should feeling hate and saying so, be an action that has to be answered to?

The bad news?  Some 400 were saved.

Hopkins’ piece was reported to police by Peter Herbert, the Chair Society of Black Lawyers. He earlier claimed it included “some of the most offensive, xenophobic and racist comments I have read in a British newspaper for some years”.
The column also prompted the UN high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, to denounce Hopkins for using racist language and comparing her comments to pro-genocide propaganda.

Hopkins, who appeared on Celebrity Big Brother, prides herself on never having apologised for anything she has said.
But, speaking last month, she said: “There’s some things about that column, there are some words which in hindsight you’d probably look to pull out of there.
“But I think overall my message isn’t about the idea that we want to see migrants and people suffering, it’s an idea that we need to find solutions to problems.”
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “The Metropolitan Police Service received allegations of incitement of racial hatred following an article published on 17th April.
“The Special Enquiry Team of the Homicide and Major Crime Command are investigating.

Source, The Telegraph


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calendar   Sunday - August 02, 2015


Anyone surprised? Why wouldn’t the free loading mud people want to come here? 

Say what you will about the French, but from what I hear, they are not so generous.
Anyway ....  these insects have rights. Really.  Rights to your money being the least of it.

Some (lefty) jerks have made a big deal over the death of as few as 11 who have fallen under trucks or fallen off the tops.
Too bad the figure is so low.  1100 would give me much joy.

Any they keep on coming.


Hundreds of migrants who have smuggled themselves into Britain from Calais are being put up in hotels at taxpayers’ expense.

Stowaways who have illegally entered the country on lorries or trains through the Channel Tunnel are being transported across England and given their own hotel room, three cooked meals a day and a cash allowance of £35 a week – all within days of entering the UK.

They are being accommodated in hotels boasting pools, gyms and spas even before claiming asylum, because official reception centres cannot cope with the recent surge in illegal arrivals.

But their presence has angered paying British guests, who have taken to posting reviews on TripAdvisor warning other holidaymakers that otherwise reputable hotels all over the UK have been turned into impromptu ‘refugee camps’.

After a week of chaos in Calais that has seen thousands of migrants trying to sneak into Britain – and hundreds succeeding – critics said the decision to house new arrivals in hotels was further evidence that Ministers have lost control.

The Government pays private companies £150 million to accommodate would-be asylum seekers after they have been caught by the police entering the country illegally.

But private contractor Serco has admitted that 100 recent immigrants are staying in hotels as an emergency measure because the country’s six dedicated immigration centres, built to accommodate 1,200 people, are already full.

Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke said: ‘It is outrageous that asylum seekers are being put up in hotel rooms at public expense. It’s this sort of soft touch that makes this country so attractive to migrants. The message should go out that they will be detained in disused military camps.’

In other developments last night:

The Home Office rushed out plans to strip failed asylum-seeking families of their benefits, in a bid to stop Britain being seen as a soft touch.



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calendar   Friday - July 31, 2015

now the word “swarm” is offensive as brit pm is hounded by left for using it

I was listening to a report on BBC radio with regard to the show Top Gear, and a couple of guys debating if Clarkson and his pals who are to be signed by Amazon’s TV project, will be a success.  I could care less cos I never followed the show altho I did like Clarkson’s sense of humor sometimes. Well, the thrust of this is that one of the guys reporting from America, said that some of Clarkson’s remarks might not go down well in ….  “ The land of the politically correct”. Whoa.

I don’t doubt for a second that we do have those idiots in the USA.  But hold the phone guy ….  Clarkson was stitched up any number of times for remarks that had no racial bias, by people who insisted everything he said pointed to race hate crimes.  But this sorry story has to top any pc idiot bs we have in the US.

The Prime Minister here referred to the term swarm , to describe the events in Calais and the Channel Tunnel. Naturally, the left swung into action with their speech police ethic, and accused him of referring to the verminous sub humans as insects just by using that word.  I doubt very much that the conservative (lite) PM of this country would use that word in that context. 

But I would and I am. 

Calais migrant crisis: David Cameron branded ‘disgraceful’ for Mediterranean ‘swarm’ remark

By Ian Silvera

David Cameron has been attacked for his “disgraceful” language after the British prime minister blamed the ongoing Channel Tunnel crisis on a “swarm” of migrants from the Mediterranean. The Conservative leader made the comments after 1,500 people tried to gain access to the UK from France through the network, resulting in the death of one young Sudanese man.

Cameron, speaking in Vietnam as part of his South East Asia trade tour, told ITV News: “This is very testing, I accept that, because you have got a swarm of people coming across the Mediterranean seeking a better life, wanting to come to Britain because Britain has got jobs; it’s got a growing economy, it’s an incredible place to live. But we need to protect our borders by working hand in glove with our neighbours the French, and that is exactly what we are doing.”

The use of the term invoked anger from Labour leadership hopeful Andy Burnham, who blasted the PM. “Cameron calling Calais migrants a ‘swarm’ is nothing short of disgraceful. [It] confirms there’s no dog-whistle these Bullingdon Boys won’t blow,” he told followers on Twitter.

More than 3,000 migrants have reportedly attempted to use the Channel Tunnel to get through to the UK. Lorry drivers travelling between the continent and Britain have also been targeted by the migrants in a bid to get to the UK.

read more, source

Now if that isn’t the height of pc I don’t know what is.


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calendar   Tuesday - July 21, 2015

We are all going to hell in a handcart.

I didn’t think I’d need to post the entire story and link.


I first heard this from a workman next door when we got here in 2004. 

But things have changed.  They got worse.  Much worse.  Two muslim scum were arrested today while planning to kill an American serviceman, any American serviceman, in a copycat attack like the Rigby murder two yrs ago, when a Brit soldier was run down by a car and while disabled, butchered in the street in broad daylight.  The guys were in court today laughing.  And there’s this. Not on the same level but gives you an idea of what membership in the EU can mean.

Call the midwife? No, call immigration… RICHARD LITTLEJOHN asks why migrant who gave birth near Marble Arch was ever in the UK in the first place

By Richard Littlejohn for the Daily Mail

Here’s a story you may have missed, since it didn’t get much coverage in the newspapers and appears to have been ignored by the broadcast media.

I only stumbled across it when I was trying to catch up with what had been going on while I was taking a short break.

Very little, from what I can gather. But this one parable of our times grabbed my attention.

It languished at the bottom of Page 11 of last Thursday’s London Evening Standard and although it was followed up in a couple of other publications, I can’t help feeling it deserves a wider audience.

‘Three police officers had to step in to deliver a baby in front of shocked commuters and tourists in the morning rush hour at Marble Arch.

‘The officers ran to help the woman after being alerted by passers-by. Ambulance staff provided instructions over the phone and she gave birth shortly after 8am.

‘One witness said: “We could not believe what we were seeing in a tourist spot in London in broad daylight. The woman was obviously in distress and the officers were brilliant at calming her down. They are real heroes.” ’

On one level you could argue that this is a heart-warming human drama, a precious new life safely delivered into the world by our versatile and compassionate British bobbies.

But we’re not talking Away In A Manger here. This is a real ‘Oi, Doris!’ eye-opener, which only serves to underline the insanity of our open borders immigration policy.

We are not told much about the woman involved. She is variously described as ‘homeless’ or a ‘rough sleeper’ as if she is the unwitting victim of cruel circumstances.

Her identity has not been forthcoming from either the Metropolitan Police or University College Hospital, where mother and baby were taken.

A couple of the reports do say she is a ‘migrant’ and point out that Marble Arch has become a magnet for Eastern European vagrants — although obviously they don’t use the word ‘vagrant’, which could be considered judgmental, probably racist and most certainly offensive towards a vulnerable minority.

So I think it’s fair to assume that she’s one of the many Eastern European gypsies camped out around Hyde Park, who do so much to enrich the diversity of our capital city, bringing with them their traditional skills such as aggressive begging and pickpocketing.

A group of these valuable and talented folk recently decided to make their home at the memorial to all those slaughtered by Islamist suicide bombers on the London Transport network ten years ago.

They had converted the memorial plaque into a dinner table, and were using the nearby bushes as a toilet.

From time to time, the authorities make a half-hearted attempt to move them on, by offering to pay for air fares back home, which is usually Romania. But even those who take up the offer come back again.

While this country remains part of the EU, there’s nothing we can do to stop them, either. Even in the unlikely event of a referendum vote to pull out, this particular woman is now the mother of a British citizen and will never be deported. And, presumably, now she has a baby, we will be expected to provide her with suitable accommodation and the full panoply of welfare benefits.

She may well become a useful and integrated part of British society and her child may grow up to discover a cure for cancer. Or not, as the case may be.

But, honestly, what was she doing here in the first place? What special gifts do she and her fellow ‘rough-sleepers’ bring with them?

Do any of those responsible for promoting ‘diversity’ and open borders really believe that it’s a good idea to invite itinerant people with no job and no home; with whom we have nothing in common and no duty towards; and who have no intention of contributing anything positive to our society; to travel across a continent and establish an open-air gypsy camp in one of our world-famous royal parks?

Could anyone have envisaged that one of London’s best-known monuments would one day become a makeshift maternity ward, with three coppers playing Call The Midwife?

We are all going to hell in a handcart.

richard littlejohn


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calendar   Friday - July 17, 2015

so, is this a good idea? or the usual political vote hunt?  gosh, lets see.

I am certain there are any number of young people, of teens, who are pretty savvy and read more than the latest celeb. rags.
But I also very much doubt that’s true of a majority. One thing they do have in common is idealism in the same foolish was many of us did as teens.
I don’t know about you but when I was 15 I already knew everything and most ancients of 30 years had it all wrong.
Overall tho, I was more interested in baseball and especially the farm teams locally.  The Htfd. Chiefs (?) were the training grounds for the Boston Braves, and we had one other team I just can’t recall at the moment.  It’s been so long ago.
But that was far more interesting than boring politics and income tax, which we didn’t pay anyway.
I guess times and attitudes have changed but not too sure todays crop is overall any more qualified than we were.
I could be wrong.

What I do believe is that the folks who are hot to stay in the EU, are counting on the very young who do travel and do have exposure to Europe, will be more prone to vote to stay in, if they are allowed to vote in that referendum in another couple of years.

Votes for 16 and 17-year-olds has been given a boost

By Greg Dawson Newsbeat politics reporter

The campaign to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in elections has been given a small boost.

Liberal Democrat and Labour politicians have approved a measure in the House of Lords to lower the voting age for local council elections in England and Wales.

The plan is likely be defeated by the Conservative government in the House of Commons.
David Cameron is against lowering the voting age from 18.

However, pressure to change the rules has grown since 16-year-olds were allowed to vote in the Scottish Independence referendum in 2014. In June, 16 year-olds were given the right to vote in all Scottish and local government elections.

The Lords vote adds further pressure to the campaign to allow votes at 16 in future general elections and the forthcoming referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union.



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calendar   Friday - June 26, 2015


Another very good article from Littlejohn of the Mail.

Some years ago a plane was hi-jacked by some Afghans, who asked for and got asylum.
There hasn’t been as far as I’m aware, any updates on what they are now doing. I guess they are among the many who have melted into the population.

Fifteen years ago, after a hijacked Afghan airliner was diverted to Stansted, I invented a spoof game show called Asylum! It’s been doing the rounds on the internet ever since. Here are the edited highlights:

By Richard Littlejohn

Good morning and welcome to a brand new edition of ASYLUM!

We’ve already given away hundreds of millions of pounds and thousands of dream homes, courtesy of the British taxpayer.


It’s the fastest-growing game on the planet. Anyone can play, provided they don’t already hold a valid British passport. You only need one word of English:


The competition is open to everyone buying a ticket or stowing away on one of our partner airlines, ferry companies or Eurostar. No application ever refused, reasonable or unreasonable. All you have to do is destroy your papers and remember the magic password:


Only this week 140 members of the Taliban family from Afghanistan were flown Goat Class from Kabul to our international gateway at Stansted. They join tens of thousands of other lucky winners already in Britain.
Our most popular destinations include the world-famous Toddington Services Area in historic Bedfordshire . . .
If you still don’t understand the rules, there’s no need to phone a friend or ask the audience, just apply for legal aid.
Hundreds of lawyers, social workers and counsellors are waiting to help. It won’t cost you a penny. So play today. It could change your life for ever.
Iraqi terrorists, Afghan dissidents, Albanian gangsters, Kosovan drug-smugglers, Tamil Tigers, bogus Bosnians, Rwandan mass murderers, Somali guerillas.


Get along to the airport. Get along to the lorry park. Get along to the ferry terminal. Don’t stop in Germany or France. Go straight to Britain.
You are guaranteed to be one of tens of thousands of lucky winners in the softest game on Earth. Roll up, roll up my friends, for the game that never ends. Everyone’s a winner, when they play:



We keep being told that the current ‘refugee’ crisis is a direct result of our involvement in the American-led invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and Britain’s meddling in foreign civil wars, such as the bombing of Libya.
But I wrote Asylum! in February 2000, a full 18 months before 9/11. In the U.S., George W. Bush wasn’t even the official Republican candidate, let alone President. The Afghan and Iraq wars weren’t so much as a twinkle on the Pentagon’s radar. Back then, Tony Blair was too busy bombing the Balkans.

The Sangatte departure lounge opened as long ago as 1999, to accommodate immigrants trying to enter Britain illegally. There were riots at the camp in 2001 and 2002, before it was closed.
So please don’t try to kid us that the mayhem at Calais is a new phenomenon. This all dates back to what Peter Mandelson called Labour’s deliberate decision to ‘scour the world’ for migrants, so they could ‘rub the Right’s noses in diversity’.
Once the Blair government made it plain that everyone was welcome, however they entered this country — and thanks to the newly-adopted Yuman Rites Act would never be sent home — it’s hardly surprising the world beat a path to our door.
Who can forget the sight of the then Home Secretary, Jolly Jack Straw, scuttling down to Dover to welcome in person a lorry load of immigrants from Sangatte, like an obsequious package holiday rep? He should have worn a red coat and a pair of white strides.
This madness was compounded by our membership of the EU, which meant that anyone who managed to set foot in Europe could make straight for the French coast bound for England.
Our island location and our opt-out from the Schengen open-borders treaty was never going to protect us. When our politicians were so keen to expand the EU to embrace former Communist countries in Eastern Europe, did they envisage that, say, Hungary, would become the first port of call for London-bound immigrants from Africa and the Middle East?
Of course they didn’t. No one ever thinks anything through. Plenty of British politicians, including Winston Churchill wannabe Boris Johnson, are lobbying for Turkey to be admitted to the EU.
That would be Turkey, gateway to Islamic State. And, as we all know, gates swing both ways.
Already, known Islamist terrorists, hell-bent on attacking infidel targets in Europe, are stowing away among the migrants being picked up in the Mediterranean and deposited in Italy.
At least 90 per cent of these ‘asylum seekers’ are young, able-bodied men in their late teens/early 20s, wearing the latest designer sportswear. If they were genuinely in fear of their lives and fleeing real persecution, wouldn’t they have brought their female relatives with them?
But no, it’s women and children last when it comes to crossing the Med. We’re not talking the dance band on the Titanic here.
Of course, it’s ‘racist’ to point any of this out. Which is why broadcasters and Left-wing journalists seize on any unfortunate woman with a child they manage to find among the overwhelmingly male multitude.
European ‘leaders’ met yesterday to agree a common response to the crisis. Fat hope of that. France’s idea of a ‘solution’ is shovelling all the migrants massed at Calais across the Channel.
And forget about international law, which demands that refugees apply for asylum in the first ‘safe’ country they arrive in. Europe’s open borders have made a nonsense of that requirement.
Typically, Britain’s response has been pathetic. Fining lorry drivers and sending a few more sniffer dogs isn’t going to work.
Looking back on my Asylum! spoof, I notice that I mentioned the ‘world-famous Toddington Service Area, in Bedfordshire’.
Toddington is still one of the most popular drop-off points today. A local farmer this week revealed that he spends as much time rounding up illegal immigrants as tending his turnips.
You couldn’t make it up.

Fifteen years ago, Asylum! was the world’s fastest-growing game show. Fifteen years from now it’ll be the longest-running.

And those Afghan hijackers are still here, just as I predicted.

Roll up, roll up my friends, for the game that never ends . . .



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 06/26/2015 at 01:59 PM   
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calendar   Monday - June 01, 2015

they’re just dyin to get here and I wish more of em would.

Oh F*****g joy.  Like we don’t have enough of these vermin now.

There are 7 pix altogether.  Take a look.

It would soooo easy to simply shoot the bastards. 

Well, ok.  It is not all bad news this day and I must be thankful for the good news..  Which is.

400 more of the sub human insects went to meet Davy Jones. Ha. Good.  There were even photos of upturned boats with a notation that many of those shown are not accounted for.  The bad news tho was that 50 were saved.  Gloom.
Unfortunately, there are thousands who have been rescued and wanna guess where the scum are?

Two dozen UK-bound migrants injured in huge brawl between rival African gangs clashing over routes to access ferries heading for England

The brawl broke out between rival African gangs from Sudan and Eritrea
Clashed over routes used to get on England-bound ferries in port town
Fight also saw weapons used including knives, metal bars and truncheons
Police source said some sustained injuries to their head, chests, and legs

By Peter Allen In Paris for MailOnline

Two dozen UK-bound migrants were seriously injured during a mass fight between rival African gangs in Calais today.

A brawl broke out just before midnight on Sunday as Eritreans and Sudanese fell out over the routes they use to get on to England-bound ferries.

It was still raging in the early hours, as knives, metal bars and wooden truncheons were used by the aggressors.


Two units of CRS riot police rushed to the scene, close to the Jules Ferry Centre, where a vast illegal camp stretches across sand dunes in the French port town.

‘The fighting was extremely serious, with those involved suffering flesh wounds to the head, chest and legs,’ said a police source.

‘Dozens of people were involved in the initial fight, and then smaller ones broke out all over the area.’

Makeshift tents were set on fire during the fighting, leading to many of the migrants - including women and children - to flee in panic.

The source said that people smugglers who organise passages to Britain for cash were present when the brawl first started.

Around 15 people were treated for injuries at the scene, said the source, while some ten more were taken to nearby hospitals.

There was a similar disturbance last Thursday night, after an Eritrean migrant was shot in the leg as he walked along a road near the camp.

The camp near the Jules Ferry Centre has been nicknamed ‘The New Jungle’, after another notorious camp which was razed to the ground in 2009.

The French authorities have pledged to get rid of them all, but as soon as one is destroyed, another takes its place.

Last week it emerged that British lorry drivers are boycotting Calais because they fear ‘somebody will be killed’ by illegal immigrants desperate to get into the UK.

Drivers from Maru International haulage company are avoiding the French port, where thousands have set up make-shift homes since last year.

One lorry driver who uses the cross-channel routes said he is ‘frightened for his life’ by migrants, who he saw breaking into the truck in front of him with a crowbar.

Michael Pearson, a driver for the Yorkshire-based company, said: ‘A group of maybe 20 or 30 people, crowbar in hand, broke the padlock off the truck in front, broke the security seal and opened the doors.



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 06/01/2015 at 12:44 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - May 28, 2015

the eu courts and brit sovereignty

Many months ago, or was it late last year, I was getting ready to either update my old Dell desk top or replace it with new. Kept trying to weight pros and cons and dithered a lot, in the end did nothing as things here overwhelmed me. Wife’s health, which ain’t good hate to say, my own which is nothing to brag about, but overriding all of that are home improvements. Things moved room to room, clean ups after workers leave. Not that they were sloppy.  But you know, you always find debris of one sort or another nobody else can see.  Then more ppl coming in to measure for other things.

We’re trying to do a couple of rooms but can not do all at once.  Some things involve slipcovers for some old furniture, which doesn’t look like that should be some kind of ordeal. And it wasn’t. Exactly. It’s that every little thing takes so damn much time.

And oh yeah, carpets, too which we haven’t even picked out yet and lights that need changing. I don’t mean bulbs. Fixtures.  One project will be done and finished on June 17.  We want to get one room completed before Xmas.  You’d think we had plenty of time.  It’s just a hassle getting the right folks together and also the money. We can only get so much into our account here before we run into legal problems and so things will move slower but we think (hope) better. 

I think we will be replacing our front door also but that’s for next year’s project. I think. Hmmmm. Not certain.  Well back to computer thing, I think I’d prefer a laptop at the end of the day.  I don’t need this space using desktop and all it’s wires.
I’m not a gamer and no time for that anyway with all the other things I have to attend to on a daily basis. 
Do they make business laptops as well as desktops? 

OK so anyway I sit here and read all about it and hear all about how …. this country harbours people who are chipping away from the inside and one day there just won’t be an England anymore. 

There has been an election here, and some things I understand cos LyndonB kindly and quickly answered my questions. 

The conservative ( I spell it with a small ‘c’) party won, so we can kiss that lousy
coalition between them and the Lib/Dems (liberal democrats) bye, bye, and hope and pray for those who really think that will do any good, that with the cons in charge maybe just maybe things will get better.  Most especially the war with Europe. OK, I mean the EU.

The Prime Minster and others have insisted that Britain must ditch the Human Rights act in favor of a British Bill of Rights.  The human rights I refer to are set in stone laws issued by the court in Strasbourg, France.  This will get confusing .

is the capital city of the Alsace region in northeastern France. It’s the seat of the European Parliament.  But wait …. there’s this other place and it’s called,

Brussels is Belgium’s capital and home to the headquarters of the European Union.

And every year all the high and mighty go at huge expense along with all the followers and all aids and personal assistants, they all travel from Brussels to Strasbourg and then back again.  I don’t know why they do it that way, I have heard complaints but never thought to ask Lyndon why they do it that way.

So then … The human rights issue overrides (as I understand it) the rules and current laws here in the UK.  I am not certain to what extent but it is a big issue and it is a very serious one indeed.

Prior to this past election and all during the campaign, Cameron said he was going to introduce a bill to do away with the human rights act as written by the left wing lovvies and replace it with British Bill of Rights. 

For too many years now, foreign criminals and home grown ones as well, and illegal immigrants included, have used the EU’s rights law as a shield and have been very successful. 

Well folks, NOT this year and maybe not next and most likely not in my lifetime either.  Today’s papers report that while the PM has gotten one of his promises thru, we’ll just have to wait on a Brit bill of rights to replace EU court version of what “rights” mean.

The human rights charter as seen through the eyes and manoeuvres of Strasbourg, are still in place and live on. Not the best thing for England of course but hey … why would anyone care about that?

This is just a short bit I took from one paper to give you some idea. 

From the Daily Mail:

Cameron buys off the Tory rebels on Human Rights but says public should be ‘in no doubt’ of commitment to ripping up the Act

From iNews

The difficulty is not so much drawing up a new Bill of Rights but working out how this interacts with Britain’s obligations under the Convention of Human Rights and through it the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
The previous Tory policy had suggested that the new law would “break the formal link” between the UK and the ECHR. But that is almost certainly impossible without withdrawing from the Convention completely – something a large number of Tories don’t want and would badly damage Britain’s standing in the world.
And btw …. the libs want to give 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote on any possible future referendum on Britain staying in or getting out of the European Union.
The long promised referendum is now promised for 2017, although there are voices crying out for it to be held sooner.  Libtards want to remain in the EU and they have lots of cons on their side with this issue.

Oliver Wright, iNews


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 05/28/2015 at 08:01 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - May 09, 2015

Another MSM Unexpected Result

95 times out of 100 I see news items which make me want to write the UK off as dead and buried. Then something like this comes along and delivers two grains of hope.

Major Conservative Victory For Cameron And UK

Seats won in Parliament House of Commons - 636 out of 650:
Conservative: 322
Labour Party: 227
Scottish National: 56
Assorted commies, fascists, crazies, and nanny-staters: 31

But, but, but gosh, the exit polls said things were too close to call, and that Labour maybe could pull off a win??

British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Tory party scored a decisive victory over the opposing Labour Party, left far-left and far-right parties in the dust and defied pre-election polls with a resounding election triumph he called “the sweetest victory of all.”

Aided by the Scottish National Party’s rout of Labour in Scotland, Cameron and the Tories left opponents on the right and left in tatters. The Labour Party lost 24 seats in Parliament according to early returns, and party leader Ed Miliband resigned from his role. Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg resigned after acknowledging a “cruel and punishing defeat,” in which his left-of-center part suffered its worst-ever defeat - dropping from 57 seats to just 8. On the right, UK Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage, a thorn in Cameron’s side, failed to win a seat and resigned as party leader.

What what? Crivens, no seats for UKIP?  Or just new ones, as it appears that 14 seats either weren’t up for grabs or aren’t accounted for yet. I don’t know what that means, but I think it just might kill the “UK out of EU” movement? Or not - half the Torys want out as well I hear. This is all too confusing for a mere Yank, but seeing Labour get a well deserved beating looks pretty sweet.

The resounding victory left Cameron and his party with a slim majority in the 650-seat House of Commons, meaning he won’t need to form a coalition government and now has a mandate to implement the party’s full agenda of cutting government, entitlements and taxes. With 643 constituencies counted, the Conservatives had 326 seats to Labour’s 230.
Cameron went to Buckingham Palace Friday to inform Queen Elizabeth II that he had enough support to form a government. It would be the first time the Conservatives had won a parliamentary majority since 1992. Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister to win re-election since Margaret Thatcher..
“I think this is the sweetest victory of all,” Cameron said.



More election fun from across the pond:


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 05/09/2015 at 11:41 AM   
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calendar   Monday - May 04, 2015

Hep Hep Hurrah Again

Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge


London 1:15pm (CNN) And the princess has a name!

The newest UK royal, a girl born on Saturday, has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

The middle names, of course, hark to her great-grandmother, the current queen, and her paternal grandmother, Princess Diana, who died in 1997.

Charlotte, a feminine form of Charles, is likely a nod to her grandfather, Prince Charles.

Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is fourth in line to the throne—after Prince Charles; her father, Prince William; and her brother, Prince George.

She will be called Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Her mother is Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Now, is that name pronounced “Car Lot te”, or “Shar Let”? 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 05/04/2015 at 02:14 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - May 02, 2015

hep hep hoo rah

Ooh Baby


It’s a princess!

That was the happy news on Saturday morning, after the Duchess of Cambridge—the British royal also known as Catherine—gave birth to her second child.

The little girl came into the world at 8:34 a.m. (3:34 a.m. ET) Saturday at London’s St. Mary’s Hospital, Kensington Palace announced. She weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces.

“Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well,” the palace tweeted.

That’s really great. Good for them.

Now the English can get busy and start betting on the name to be chosen.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 05/02/2015 at 03:16 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - April 09, 2015

NHS Still Wasting Millions

UK’S NHS: No Cancer Treatment, No Cataract Surgery For You

But Here’s A Prescription For Toothpaste And Another For Handcream

£13million NHS bill for suncream: Millions also wasted on prescriptions for toothpaste, Yakult and Calpol

NHS gave out 404,500 prescriptions for suncream at a cost of £13m in 2014
Also handed out 4.7million prescriptions for indigestion pills costing £29m
Other items routinely prescribed include vitamins, Vaseline and toothpaste
Critics branded prescriptions ‘ludicrous’ at time of financial crisis for NHS

The NHS is spending millions on prescriptions for suncream and toothpaste, a damning analysis has found.

Some patients are even being given hangover tablets and Yakult yogurt drinks. Critics said it was ‘ludicrous’ that such items were being handed out when the NHS was rationing routine treatments.

It has prompted concern that patients are abusing the system by demanding prescriptions for household essentials which are cheaply available at their local chemist.

The figures came on the day that Britain was ranked only 27th in the world for health and wellness – below Slovenia, Spain and Portugal – and 111th out of 133 countries for obesity.

In 2014, the NHS handed out 404,500 prescriptions for suncream at a cost of £13million. Another 4.7million prescriptions for indigestion pills cost £29million, while 1.4million were written out for multi-vitamins, at £4.2million.

Other bathroom cabinet items routinely being prescribed by GPs include Calpol, Vaseline, Strepsils and toothpaste, according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

Roger Goss of Patient Concern said: ‘This is ludicrous. Every week we hear of patients being denied another cancer treatment or refused cataracts while others are being prescribed toothpaste. Whoever is prescribing this or authorising it must have completely lost their mind.’

I think government jobsworths are the same everywhere. The rat pushes the button and gets his cheese. The rat pushes the button and gets his cheese. The rat pushes his button and gets his cheese.  And that’s all he can do. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 04/09/2015 at 09:28 AM   
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