Thursday, 26 June 2008

Europe is ANGRY

Whoooo....now I'm scared. It seems that the exhaulted members of the Reich Nouvelle are not happy bunnies at the pig eyed Micks telling them to stuff their Lisbon treaty up their flanders poppy arses

I quote Mr Sarkozy

"They [the Irish] are bloody fools. They have been stuffing their faces at Europe's expense for years and now they dump us in the shit."



http://www.openeurope.org.uk/research/irelandbriefing.pdf

I will be in France shortly. I intend to let them know my thoughts by setting fire to a French farmer

BASTARDS

Whoops a daisy..



More from our masters
"The Lisbon Treaty is not dead... It is imperative that they vote again." - Valery Giscard d'Estaing, former French President and author of the EU Constitution (RTL, 19 June)

"I don't think you can say the treaty of Lisbon is dead even if the ratification process will be delayed." - Jean-Pierre Jouyet, French Europe Minister (Reuters, 16 June)

"I am convinced that we need this Treaty. Therefore we are sticking with our goal for it to come into force. The ratification process must continue." - Frank-Walter Steinmeier, German Foreign Minister (Reuters, 14 June)

"Of course we have to take the Irish referendum seriously. But a few million Irish cannot decide on behalf of 495 million Europeans." - Wolfgang Schaeuble, German Interior Minister (Deutsche Welle, 15 June)

"We think it is a real cheek that the country that has benefited most from the EU should do this. There is no other Europe than this treaty. With all respect for the Irish vote, we cannot allow the huge majority of Europe to be duped by a minority of a minority of a minority." - Axel Schäfer, SPD leader in the German Bundestag (Irish Times, 14 June)

The Treaty "will be applied, albeit a few months late." - Lopez Garrido, Spanish Europe Minister (Forbes, 15 June)

"The Treaty is not dead. The Treaty is alive, and we will try to work to find a solution." - Jose Barroso, European Commission President (Press Conference, 14 June)

Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Europe tells us all to FUCK OFF

With a hat tip to England Expects blog

http://englandexpects.blogspot.com/2008/06/so-now-you-know.html

Wonderful Stuff. Televised Totalitarianism.

Social Mobility - New ZNL "initiative"




High Supreme Chancellor McSnot has issued new orders for poor people to be given more of our money and has indeed declared it to be "the great test of our time". You see, no matter how much of our cash he has thrown at poor people, they stay poor. They aren't snapping up all the opportunities for "betterment" that the Party has lain at their feet for the last ten years. In fact, the opposite is happening. The poor are getting poorer, no matter how much boiling water Herr Brown pours into the broken ice bucket to fix it.


Kids are to be rewarded in hard cash for eating properly. £200 each in some of England's most deprived areas. Yup, ZNL is actually going to use my money to give to the parents of poor kids to eat apples and not stuff their fat faces with KFC and blue fizzy drinks. Anybody care to guess where that £200 will go? Straight down the newsagents for a fist full of scratchcards, methinks.


Because that is the truth, isn't it? Britain (and every other society, ever) is a meritocracy. You get out what you put in. Granted, there are anomalies like priviledge that buck the trend but in general, the harder and smarter you work, the richer you will be.


ZNL cannot understand this basic principle. People are poor in the UK because they are lazy, uneducated, welfare supported mongs. Not because they are underpaid by unscrupulous bosses or exploited by gangmasters.


When I was young, my father warned me that if I didn't work hard at school, get O & A levels, or had a criminal record, a life of poverty awaited me. He used to drive me around council estates to show how the filth lived. Abandoned cars, dreary, pointless lives wasted on tat. No purpose other than eating, watching ITV and shitting out retarded kids every year. It worked. He showed me that we are not all equal. He showed me that most people are stupid. He showed me that most people are lazy and he showed me that most people just didn't take life seriously. Their OWN lives. They were just floating along, getting by and eventually were carted off in boxes with NANNA written in plastic flowers on the side.


Gordon Brown has bitten off a very very big lump of unchewable shite if he thinks he can change human nature. He has created not a welfare net but a hammock. People choose not to work or take responsibility because the State, with it's slithering tentacles has assumed full responsibility for their lives. Skint? Go on the social. Bored? Here, bread and circuses.


What he categorically fails to understand is that you can take the person out of the slums but you cannot take the slum out of the person. If you build the poor 6 bed executive houses, ply them with free plasma TV's and pick up their booze and fag bills, they will STILL sit on the Sofa all day whilst a dilapidated Transit van sits outside in the garden jacked up on bricks.


Teach people to work. Make it so unattractive to be idle that only the hardcore lazy will bother (anyone remember Andy Capp cartoons? We are now a nation of Andy Capps) to be lazy. Working will be easier than a life of ducking and diving on the dole. As it should be if I am expected to finance your idleness. Bring back the work ethic, bring back "poor but honest", abolish the Lottery (the only chance any of them have of aspiring to a lifestyle of their heroe's, Posh and Becks) and bring back a fear of poverty, a fear of social failure and a reason to have ambition. Stop dumbing down and start smartening up. Make success something everyone wants, failure a damning inditement of your lack of effort.


Either that or gas the fuckers.

Saturday, 21 June 2008

My name is Mohammed - I LOVE the EU

Hello, peace be upon you
I have a plan to turn the EU into a Muslim Caliphate. That is what Mohammed requires. A global Ummah. We would be doing his work.
There are 20 million of us in the EU. We have EU passports, meaning we can live and work wherever we please (thank you Brussels).
So, the population of Luxembourg is half a million infidels. I suggest that we move a mere one million of us to Luxembourg. They are duty bound to house us, give us benefits and protect us and our rights. At the next election, we will have a proper Muslim party and you will vote for your brother.
One day later, we will control Luxembourg. Completely. Mosque building and the teaching of Islam in schools can commence.
Now I need my brothers to do the same in Holland. Once Holland has fallen (under this strange democracy thing), Luxembourg will leave the EU, become an Islamic State and fuck the kuffir.
Holland will issue EU passports to any Muslim, worldwide, who wants one )and it is your duty). Belgium will fall next, then Austria, then Denmark and Sweden. One by one, we will take these countries out of the EU (ah, the will of the people) and become Islamic States. The worship of any other religion will be forbidden, as is our right as Muslims. Sharia Law will be introduced immediately. There are 1.2 BILLION of us and all Muslims worldwide shall possess an EU passport and full voting rights.
Remember, vote ISLAM. The EU has made this possible. Piss be Upon Them.

Friday, 20 June 2008

Expense Allowance Abuse by MEPs

You may just think it is the UK where the citizens are exasperated by the lengths that our "representatives" will go to in Brussels to stuff their fat fucking faces in the expenses trough.

Not so. I present to my diserning readership a little show made by RTL of Krautland who used the EU Press secretarys promise that they could film anything anywhere to film everything everywhere.

You will witness that classic Friday stunt, arrive early at Parliament, sign the attendance register and then get your 2nd class train home immediately claiming your allownace of a first class flight and full days pay.

Wonderful stuff.

Enjoy

Thursday, 19 June 2008

18 people in the UK vote for Lisbon

Whilst the Downing St petition against Lisbon continues to put on weight faster than Jo Brand at a finger buffet, the Yes to Lsibon treaty appears to be faultering.

18 people have voted for it so far
I have found a photo of the 18 people concerned



No doubt our one eyed Supreme Chancellor has made a "large" donation to the Loyalist Red Hand Variety Club Sunshine Coach Party, "Dunshootin'", Shankill Road, Belfast for their undying support

Saturday, 14 June 2008

Grab a CHICKEN


Various blogs out there are requesting that all of send Snotty McBean a white feather in honour of his cowardice in:
  • Giving us a referendum on the EU treaty (100% of people asked so far have said Fuck OFF"

  • Not putting up a candidate against David Davis

  • Not telling America to stick a pineapple up it's arse when it demands British people have DNA/Biometric passports

I intend to send him a whole white live chicken.

Gordon Brown

10, Downing St

London

Bastard.

Friday, 13 June 2008

David Davis - Hero?


Yesterday, I announced my intention to resign from the House of Commons, which I have served as an MP for 21 years, and also as shadow home secretary, a position I have held for almost five years, in order to fight a by-election in my constituency of Haltemprice and Howden. Why?

On Wednesday, we witnessed a severe blow to liberal democracy in this country. On the one hand, Gordon Brown extended the maximum period of pre-charge detention to 42 days, sacrificing one of the most fundamental freedoms of every British citizen - the right not to be held in prolonged police detention without being told the charges against you. He sacrificed a fundamental liberty without a shred of evidence that it was necessary. And he did so against the advice of many security experts who warned that it may fuel the very extremism we are trying to defeat.


On the other hand, in pawning off one of the crown jewels of our democracy, the Prime Minister stooped to the lowest level, with widespread reports that he threatened and bought off just enough voices of dissent within his own party to sneak this measure through. Despite the frenetic excitement around Westminster, this was a sad day for the mother of parliaments.


We already had the longest period of detention without charge in the free world. Now it has been further increased - by half - just as we approach the anniversary of the Magna Carta, which has guaranteed the freedom of the individual from arbitrary detention for nearly 800 years. David Cameron will continue to lead our steadfast opposition to 42 days - which will now continue in the Lords - and I look forward to campaigning with him in Haltemprice and Howden. But this week we crossed a line. And I feel duty bound to take a personal stand to resist this sustained assault on the fundamental freedoms that millions in this country died defending.

For one thing, having secured 42 days based on the most generic of security arguments - technology, complexity, unpredictability - this Government will be tempted by the politics of terror to keep coming back for 56, then 70, then 90 days. That is why I believe we must draw a line now.


The truth is that, while 42 days marks a watershed, it is only the latest in the steady, insidious and relentless erosion of our freedoms over the past decade.
We will soon have the most intrusive ID card system in the world. There is a CCTV camera for every 14 citizens - despite growing evidence of their ineffectiveness as deployed. We have the largest DNA database in the world, larger than any dictatorship, with thousands of innocent children and millions of innocent citizens on it.
The Government has attacked the jury system, that historic bulwark against unfair law and the arbitrary abuse of state power. Shortcuts with our legal system have left British justice less firm and less fair. The Government hoards masses of personal data on insecure databases, opening up our private lives to the prying eyes of official snoopers, but also exposing personal data to careless civil servants and criminal hackers.
The state has security powers that clamp down on peaceful protest, and so-called hate laws that stifle legitimate debate - while those inciting violence get off scot-free. A 15-year-old boy was recently charged on the spot for holding a banner describing scientology as a "dangerous cult", but extremists such as Abu Hamza are left free for years to incite violence and vitriol against this country.
There are now 266 state powers allowing officials to force their way into the home. Six hundred public bodies have the authority to bug phones and emails and intercept the post. Forget the security services: councils and quangos conduct 1,000 surveillance operations every month, using powers that ought to be the preserve of law enforcement agencies. Officials in Poole spied for weeks on a family taking their children to school, to check that they lived inside the catchment area. Even our rubbish can now be examined by neighbourhood spooks.


None of this has made us any safer. Violent crime has doubled in 10 years, and the Government continually briefs blood-curdling assessments of the terrorist threat. It is a myth to believe that we can defend our security by sacrificing our fundamental freedoms - one I intend to puncture over the next few weeks.

I am fighting this by-election as the Conservative candidate, but on vital national issues that transcend party politics. I hope to attract support from across the political spectrum, and the country at large. I look forward to taking on those who say the British public do not care about liberty - this campaign will be about leading a national debate, not pandering to polls. At stake is my own career as a Member of Parliament, but more fundamentally a long overdue debate on the preservation of liberty in this great country.
There will be those that cast aspersions on this endeavour, and those who try to suggest divisions within the Conservative Party. Yesterday, Westminster was foaming with speculation about a rift between me and David Cameron. It is nonsense. We have been united from start to finish on 42 days and wider security policy. We agreed that a Conservative government would immediately repeal 42 days, in the absence of the most compelling new evidence. And I am fully committed to David Cameron's fine leadership of the Conservative Party, including the excellent appointment of Dominic Grieve, one of my closest friends, as shadow home secretary.


So, as I return to Haltemprice and Howden, I lay down this challenge to Gordon Brown and his Government. Labour must put up a candidate to debate and defend their draconian track record. Anything else would demonstrate supreme political cowardice and contempt for public opinion.


I challenge the Prime Minister and any other member of his Cabinet with the courage of their convictions. I will debate with any one of them - any time, anywhere - what Gordon Brown euphemistically referred to as the "next chapter of British liberty".

V for Vendetta Televised Speech

Thursday, 12 June 2008

Arm Yourselves


800 years of liberty, thrown away.


I am so fucking angry, I cannot write.

So I will have to quote Devils Kitchen

"I can't believe you passed it, you fucking fucking fucking fucking bunch
of authoritarian, illiberal, corrupt CUNTS!You fucking bunch of totalitarian
arseholes.You fucks, you fucks, you fucking fucks.May you fucking rot in
hell without trial, you evil fucking bastards."


I am now going to lie down.

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