"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 28 March 2010

Sunday Round-up

Two more whoring Labour MPs
"Adam Ingram, the former armed forces minister, said he could draw on a pool of out-of-work ministers who could be used to harness their government contacts.
Richard Caborn, the former sports minister, said he may be in line for a peerage that would boost his chances of extracting valuable information from the corridors of Westminster."
Details of MPs' expenses suppressed until after GE
NotW backs the Conservatives
More Labour MPs to stand down
Bishops & educationalists speak out on Christianity and sex in schools
The Osborne-bashing continues
What does Hoon know about Dr David Kelly?
More from Moran - "Keith Vaz owes me one"
Lab and Con back GMT change - more EU 'harmonisation'
Mandelson's hubris: pride comes before a fall
Stuart Wheeler to stand in Bexhill
Softly, softly on Islamic extremism doesn't work
Prescott for the Lords?
Unite bosses on the razzle in Bangkok, courtesy of union members
Lane-Fox advocates internet access for Lags-online
One rule for the Generals, one for MPs
A nation of wussies

The 'special relationship' that never was*
The genocide of white farmers in SA
Saudi Arabia implicated in funding Balkan Muslims
Corruption, desertion & drug abuse within Afghan Police
The US and China: protectionism goes global

*The make-up of the FAC - 8 Lab; 4 Con; 2 LibDems
 
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2 comments:

  1. GV that Saudi angle is significant. As I've mentioned on several occassions when the BIG PHEKKIN'CUTS turn up we, you and me, will be left begging in the rain. However charity money from those with real wealth will be pouring in to selected communities in UKplc. Just watch.

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  2. Yes, they already donate to universities, mosques and so on, so no surprises. There's no room for complacency in the UK and the govt isn't helping matters. People need to wake up to the threat.

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