"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."

Friday, 22 February 2013

Bearing In Mind...

...that I'm stuffed to the gills with removal men quotes, sorting out banks, the vet, the GP, the hairdresser, the monkey, the organ grinder and am up to my ears in boxes and bubble wrap yet again, I thought I'd post this. And... breathe:

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

This Is Ethnic Cleansing

With permission, I re-print a comment:
"What I do find laughable is the immigrants they speak to who say they don't want anymore immigrants. Oh the irony and the hypocrisy. Notice they never found a 'cockney' to say it? RT is still a controlled media source, regardless of what people may think. The UK is irreversibly fucked.
You will not be able to stop the complete demolition of (what's left) of the indigenous cultures of the Scots, English, Irish and Welsh. In fact there are no Scots, English, Irish and Welsh anymore, for they no longer practice their indigenous cultures. They are globalists.
In fact we are all globalists, many ignorantly and wilfully. "The only way that the UK could ever be saved would be creating a fourth Reich. It would mean doing what Hitler did. He saw the dangers of immigration and the destruction wrought upon Germany by the Jews and thus created a powerful state to enforce German indigenous culture and remove those who posed a direct threat to German society. Can you really see the UK doing the same, even though not doing it will mean the inevitable destruction of whites in the UK?
This is what makes me laugh. Speak to any white human being and they will of course disagree in the genocide of blacks or asians and colonisation of their lands by non blacks and/or asians. However, they will happily allow the genocide of their own people by blacks and asian migration and attack anyone as a 'racist' who opposes them.
Therefore GV, this is why I have no interest anymore in saving the UK, because in a nutshell, the lemming-globalist-previous-indigenous-Brits are simply not worth saving. I will always be me and live by the culture of my people, wherever I am. That can never be taken away from me. If it means living as a recluse, a hermit in the wilds then so be it, but this is my life, I own it and no one will ever control it but I."
This comment might sound provocative to some but I agree, wholeheartedly, with it: we're going down-river on a one-way stream. Variations are seen every day in the comments section of every online newspaper, from the Guardian to the Telegraph. The msm continue to be reporters of press releases. We neither want them nor need them: what we need are investigative reporters with the guts to print the facts rather than kowtow to government. When that day happens, I'll know I live in a free society.

I can't recall any British Government that has had the interest of the Nation at heart (viz education): only we can force change.

If nothing else, bear this in mind:

I will always be me and live by the culture of my people, wherever I am. That can never be taken away from me. If it means living as a recluse, a hermit in the wilds then so be it, but this is my life, I own it and no one will ever control it but I."

My thanks to Harbinger for allowing me to re-print his comment.

Sunday, 17 February 2013

Sunday Reflection

Something slightly different this week:

Migrant Migraine: From 1066 to 2066

A recent news report from Russia Today:  "Demographers say that if immigration continues on a similar scale the white British population throughout the country will become a minority after 2066 but with less than half of Londoners describing themselves as White British some say that a quiet and irreversible revolution has already taken place in Britain."

Anjem Choudhury says publicly what those who've looked into it have known for years:  Jihad Seekers’ Allowance .  It's just adding insult to injury.

And, if you want to get a flavour of how angry some people are, read the comments here:  IDS on welfare payments for immigrants

Saturday, 16 February 2013


Since we all now know what's happening I think I'll just confine myself to posting snippets of good music and poetry; after all, there's only so much political detestation one girl can take.

The following image may not contribute much to political debate in our country but, for me, it says it all:

I've used it before and no doubt I'll use it again because I think it's the ultimate expression of where we're going.

On the bright side, I could be down in Torquay as early as April; the tenants will be leaving at the end of this month and, with one more (final, I hope) blood test in the middle of this month, I'll be off. Seagulls, beaches, palm trees, the smell of sun-soaked seaweed and a 'new' life beckon.

That isn't to say I'll forget our corrupted politics: as a Wise Man almost said to a questioning traveller: 'If you found the last set of politicians corrupt you will surely find the ones in the next village also'.

Blogging will continue to be light and, more than ever, you may have to get used to reading between the lines of music and poetry:  I haven't thought to spell it out before but 'Your baby,' in this instance, is your sovereignty.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Nat Jackley

Tightening The Screws

Since globalisation (aka fascism not capitalism) everything seems to be going to the dogs for the vast majority of us. The system is configured to benefit multi-nationals and governments and we're just work units to be fed whatever they think we'll swallow.

Cameron was photographed today eating hand-made pies from a specialist English producer in an effort to convince us that all is well and he'd eat horse but I bet he wouldn't risk eating an Everyday Value type of pie; neither would Paterson.  The politicians are conflating different issues in an effort to diffuse the argument and media coverage.

One other thing occurs to me in all this talk of false labelling, criminal conspiracy or contamination and that is the suffering of the slaughtered animals.  The end doesn't justify the means.  Like many aspects of our political system, animal welfare demands a radical solution; we shouldn't turn a blind eye to the suffering that goes on in order to put a meal on our plates; the shoes on our feet; the cosmetics on our lips, and the medicines for our pains.

England, and Great Britain in total, is becoming a very claustrophobic country with its disregard for the fundamentals of life while giving precedence to petty regulation: something radical is needed before the screws are tightened so much that we can no longer breathe.  The European Parliament is already debating whether political parties with whose views they disagree (ie those that don't support the EU project) should be funded.

I occasionally feel envious of those mediaeval, disenfranchised serfs whose huts were torched by villainous overlords: at least the serfs were allowed weapons and so could defend themselves. We, on the other hand, have 'progressed' and so have one vote every five years with a choice between the Marx Brothers or the Crazy Gang.

For a brief second, one day in 2010, I thought Cameron and Hague might be part of a Trojan Horse intent on bringing down the EU from within but nothing I've seen since has persuaded me from my original thinking.  We have placemen, not government, they're just following orders and they're fully signed up to the NWO.  The strange thing is, I'm pretty sure the Nuremberg Trials said 'just following orders' was no defence.

Nevertheless, those in power makes the rules.

I look at the lack of protest in our country and I wonder what happened to the Poll Tax rioters: whither has it gone, their glory and their dream? (apols to Wordsworth).  I guess the answer is that they've gone into local government, quangos, trades unions, ngos, charities and central government.

Stock up and arm yourselves with cricket bats or take to the streets of SW1 is my advice.

Saturday, 9 February 2013

Once More Into The Breach

Once upon a time, if I said or did something my mum and dad disapproved of, they'd say to me: 'One day, you'll be old enough to have a sofa of your own and then you'll know better'. Well, Good Morning, Starshine.

I know zilch when it comes to computers but when it comes to wetting my finger & spitting in the wind, trawling the blogs and journos, I'm bang on.

I dislike many things: an early frost; a cloudy night; petty regulation; over-weening governance; cold toes; spiders; running out of the wherewithal to make a cup of tea.

I hate: foreigners who live in England who don't know our history and who blame 'England' for having a colonial past; how the UK Parliament at Westminster has been and is still being used as shorthand for 'England'.

What makes me sad? The usual: cruelty; the general lack of involvement in politics; a personal lack of foresight; Bobo being buried in Spain; Jazz dying without feeling the sunshine on his back again.

What makes me angry? MPs being whipped to follow a Party line and being chosen by Head Office; people believing everything they're told; journos unable to decide whether they write to inform or write to report; the slavish obeisance at the alter of the BBC, the NHS and the media; lack of accountability.

What makes me happy? People standing up for themselves against bureaucracy and over-weening government; reading other blogs and knowing that many others feel the same; open sky; grass; handfuls of earth...

In short, I'm everything against harmonisation and all for the individual. I don't want a tag, a tattoo or an implant; I won't be herded, corralled or penned; I won't have ten local authority-approved recycling bins; I will not have a wind turbine in my back yard because govt says so; I won't fill in any forms. In other words: I won't 'come along quietly.'

All I ask of life is that the State leaves me alone to live in peace and not take more more in taxation than the pig I can afford.  If the State wants more, it should ask my permission to grab another pig.  According to some pundits the state already takes seventy pigs out of every hundred we tend and nurture  - so the current system can't hold.

England: Over-populated; crime-ridden; ghettos; no-go areas for the police in major cities and a government that presents an increase of GBR contributions to the EU budget as a reason to celebrate.  No-one asked me if I wanted this.

I can't believe how Cameron & Co are getting away with it: it's more than the Labour Party creating a trick phrase that's taken up by the whole nation ('bedroom tax') and I'm so despondent to think that they might be returned to government in 2015.

Where the hell did they go - those movers, shakers and dreamers of the 60s and 70s?  Surely, not into the trades unions and government *sarc*.  If today's reality was their dream then it's my nightmare and I know I'm not alone.  We need to wake up: things must change and only we can change it.

We're all living in fairyland: we're clean out of pigs and the way things are going, dissenters are headed for the gallows.

LGBT's don't have all the fun: the disenfranchised also need to sing out loud :)

In Limbo

While I'm transferring EU files, blogs/journo bookmarks and so on, and making the pc's screen resolutions fit the tv, have these freakaroos on me:


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Friday, 8 February 2013

The Adult Learning Centre

Winter Classes for Women at THE ADULT LEARNING CENTRE REGISTRATION MUST BE COMPLETED By Friday, January 18th, 2013


Class 1
Up in Winter, Down in Summer - How to Adjust a Thermostat Step by Step, with Slide Presentation.
Meets 4 weeks, Monday and Wednesday for 2 hrs beginning at 7:00 PM.

Class 2
Which Takes More Energy - Putting the Toilet Seat Down, or Bitching About It for 3 Hours?
Round Table Discussion. Meets 2 weeks, Saturday 12:00 for 2 hours.

Class 3
Is It Possible To Drive Past Marks & Spencer Without Stopping?
Group Debate. Meets 4 weeks, Saturday 10:00 PM for 2 hours.

Class 4
Fundamental Differences Between a Handbag and a Suitcase--Pictures and Explanatory Graphics.
Meets Saturdays at 2:00 PM for 3 weeks.

Class 5
Curling Tongs--Can They Levitate and Fly Into The Bathroom Cabinet? Examples on Video.
Meets 4 weeks, Tuesday and Thursday for 2 hours beginning At 7:00 PM

Class 6
How to Ask Questions During Commercials and Be Quiet During the Programme.
Help Line Support and Support Groups. Meets 4 Weeks, Friday and Sunday 7:00 PM

Class 7
Can a Bath Be Taken Without 14 Different Kinds of Soaps and Shampoos?
Open Forum. Monday at 8:00 PM, 2 hours.

Class 8
Health Watch -They Make Medicine for PMT - and How To Use It!
Three nights; Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7:00 PM for 2 hours.

Class 9
I Was Wrong and He Was Right!--Real Life Testimonials.
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM Location to be determined.

Class 10
How to Parallel Park In Less Than 20 Minutes Without an Insurance Claim.  Driving Simulations.
4 weeks, Saturday's noon, 2 hours.

Class 11
Learning to Live - How to Apply Brakes Without Throwing Passengers Through the Windshield.
Tuesdays at 7:00 PM, location to be determined

Class 12
How to Shop by Yourself.
Meets 4 weeks, Tuesday and Thursday for 2 hours beginning at 7:00 PM.

Upon completion of ANY of the above courses, diplomas will be issued to the survivors.


I'm still fiddling around with the new pc, transferring files and changing passwords, so have a Friday Funny on me until things are back to normal.

Thursday, 7 February 2013

Test 2


My new pc was delivered this afternoon - greater capacity so not prone to crash and burn.  Set up and installation was easy but, for the life of me, I can't remember passwords: everyone wants a different password for every online application so I'm stuffed for hushmail, twitter and the rest at the moment.

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

LiveLeak.com - Third generation UK Muslim interview.

It's not looking good:

LiveLeak.com - Third generation UK Muslim interview.

Farage: Two new videos - War & Immigration

Two new videos from Nigel Farage here.

In the first: "I do not want the United Kingdom to be part of a militaristic, war-like European Union and that's the speech that I've heard, both from you, President Hollande, and from most people in this Chamber today."

In this second video he takes an early swipe at Guy Verhofstadt and talks of David "piggy in the middle" Cameron's futile efforts in the EU budget debate.

He focuses on employment and immigration, particularly regarding the expected influx of Bulgarians and Romanians.

"The debate in Britain has changed and now it is about immigration... people in Britain are shocked... It is unacceptable that we should open our doors to them unconditionally... and if Mr Cameron does not get a substantial re-negotiation of the free movement of peoples then Britain will leave this Union."

PMQs: Summary + Videos

Problems this week with a crashing pc so it's just the bare bones and as much info as I could get. The good news is that I have a new one being delivered on Friday - and it's a monster.

Miliband led on the so-called 'bedroom tax' and there was a great deal of to-ing and fro-ing about welfare costs and public spending.

Did Your Party Toad speak?

Christopher Chope, Con, Christchurch; James Arbuthnot, Con, Hampshire North East; Geraint Davis, Lab Co-op, Swansea West; Sir James Paice, Con, South East Cambridgeshire; Julie Hilling, Lab, Bolton West; Jane Ellison, Con, Battersea; Michael McCann, Lab, East Kilbride, Strathaven & Lesmahagow; Ian Swales, LibDem, Redcar; Jeffrey Donaldson, DUP, Lagan Valley; Neil Parrish, Con, Tiverton & Honiton; Tom Blenkinsop, Lab, Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland; Charlie Elphicke, Con, Dover; Jim Shannon, DUP, Strangford; John Leech, LibDem, Manchester Withington; Thomas Docherty, Lab, Dunfermline & West Fife; Henry Bellingham, Con, Norfolk North West; Paul Flynn, Lab, Newport West; Loreley Burt, LibDem, Solihull; Gregg McClymont, Lab, Cumbernauld, Kilsyth & Kirkintilloch East; Zac Goldsmith, Con, Richmond Park; Diane Abbott, Lab, Hackney North; Andrew Percy, Con, Brigg & Goole; Debbie Abrahams, Lab, Oldham East & Saddleworth; Brooks Newmark, Con, Braintree; Helen Goodman, Lab, Bishop Auckland.

Matters raised:

Civil Partnerships for heterosexual couples; Defence Review budget; Bankers/'the poor'/OBR; EU budget/CAP; bedroom tax; UN Day against FGM; ATOS/Richard III fit for work; HMRC/loss of public sector jobs in the Tees Valley; N.Ireland & the Union; commitment to increased NHS spending; deficit & George Osborne; investment in the NHS; rising suicide rates; Manchester City Council/closure of libraries/spending on Alisha Keys (?) concert; 'cuts' to child tax credit; Somalian government & peace process; tackling drugs; raising tax threshold to £10k; bedroom tax; airport policy; same-sex marriage;  pupil funding in the East Riding of Yorkshire; NHS watchdog; economy 'turning the corner'; bedroom tax.

Monday, 4 February 2013


(Pic courtesy of Max Farquar)

For the best coverage of today's events regarding Chris Huhne you could do worse than go to Guido. As usual, he has all the nuts and bolts of the saga without the media spin.

For The Record

At last Wednesday's PMQs a sartorially-challenged young chap asked a patsy question on the economy. I didn't have a clue who he was at the time but, thanks to today's Daily Politics, I do now.  It's Alun Cairns, Conservative MP for the Vale of Glamorgan.  How do I know?  Believe it or not, he was wearing almost exactly the same combination of checkered shirt and red spotted tie; perhaps he has a wardrobe full of them:

Sunday, 3 February 2013

The Wages Of Sin

... is a face like this:

Not A Time To Take Time Out

 I'm conflicted aka tearing my hair out here: I still need time to recover and grow stronger yet I feel an enormous surge of the greatest antipathy towards our government shills. They're abso-flipping-lutely pathetic; so much so that they couldn't find a port in a storm.

"Oh, I say, is that a rock?" "My word, I do believe it is. Never mind, let's continue." "I daresay you're right; I'm sure the passengers won't notice."

For years I've laughed at them and thought they'd come to their senses, all the while sensing that it was hope against hope. Let's face reality: the MPs we elect truly are thick. David Cameron is the most perfect example of a European Union technocrat and, believe it or not, I think Great Britain, being the country to bring down, was the first country to ever have one. Major? Blair? Brown? Cameron? Shills all.

Cameron, however, deserves a special mention. Against the odds he was parachuted into the leadership of the Conservative Party and from nowhere he went into No.10 in a vote that surprised many but seemed legitimate at the time.  He's perfect for the role - almost born to it one could say - no thoughts of his own, no original ideas that would truly benefit this country, nothing radical, just a milksop centre-ground Communitarian third way in line with the UN.  If he wants to be taken seriously he'd invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - but he thinks we don't know so he won't.

We want Open Primaries for all; we want the power of recall if our MP fails to live up to the manifesto; we want pledges to be honourable in law. In short, we want to get what we vote for, not time-servers, time-wasters or careerists who see it as a fast-track to fame and fortune. We want honourable people who have integrity, not these waste of space numpties who can't even be arsed to get acquainted with government treaties, let alone turn up for debates and votes. We want MPs who do what WE say, not follow the whipped Party line once they're elected. We've had enough of their - aargh! expletive deleted - crap.

Time and time again it happens. When the heck are we, as a people and powerful in our numbers, going to wake up and get out on the streets - because that is what I think it will take. I hope we do it before we go a la continental, aka more tasers, water cannon, an armed domestic police force and an EU Army get into gear. We've already seen a hint of things to come with the opening up of top Police ranks to foreigners.  It's spun as getting in the best man for the job from America, Australia or Canada but it won't be: it will be top police chiefs coming in from European Union countries.

I've really had enough of all the lies from government. Total losers, one and all. Angry, frustated, disgusted, dismayed? You bet your sweet bippy I am.

PS: Look, laugh and fight back: The EU's 'Troll Patrol'
The European Parliament is to spend almost £2 million on press monitoring and trawling Eurosceptic debates on the internet for "trolls" with whom to debate in the run-up and during euro-elections next year amid fears that hostility to the EU is growing.
I guess that's our taxes being spunked up against the wall again.

Condell: The Gathering Storm

Pat Condell, as angry as I've ever seen him. It's a shame he isn't an MP - we could do with more speeches like this one.

Friday, 1 February 2013

As Above, So Below

It's all bubbling nicely along in line with the UN's global experiment in social engineering, the mobility of labour and wealth distribution.

Woman doused in acid by woman in a niqab Naomi Oni was walking home after work, minding her own business, when, according to the article, she was the victim of an acid attack by a woman in a niqab. This was in Dagenham.

Pic follows so scroll down quickly if you don't want to see what happened to this young woman on a London street on 30th December 2012.

My first thought was: 'My God, this is London, England'. My second was: 'Who's to say it was a woman in a niqab, might it not have been a man?' My third is unpublishable because it refers to the politicians and the electorate: the suckered MPs; the corrupt government, and the sh!t-for-brains electorate who keep voting for more of the same.

If you check world news from time to time you'll see that what we're experiencing here in Great Britain is also being experienced in other parts of the world.

The importation of foreigners was the first step, swiftly followed by Agenda21 with 'political correctness' and 'sustainability'; Health & Safety, the rise of NGOs, govt-appointed quangos and lobbying groups.  All of them have a louder voice than the Man on the Clapham Omnibus.  It's a career for them but life and death for us.

The Man on the Clapham Omnibus - lower deck (no spitting, please) or top smoking - travels on the route and glances out of the window. He sees a landscape of dying industry, derelict asylums turned into multi-million pound housing developments and placards.  He squirms in his seat and feels uneasy; something's happening but he's not sure what it is.

This man continues on his journey and sees his words being changed and taken away from him; his responsibility and self-regard seem to be as nothing; his culture is side-lined and derided, often vilified.   When the Man on the Clapham Omnibus is nearing his destination he repeatedly presses the bell: 'Stop, Stop!' But the driver just pushes the pedal to the metal and races on regardless.

In his dream the Man on the Clapham Omnibus jumps up from his seat and wallops the driver over the head while a random passenger - say, Woman on the 137 - steers the bus to the safety of the lay-by of common sense.

Multi-culturalism (aka Third Way, Communitariasm, Agenda 21) in a small island doesn't work and conflict is bound to follow.  No sensible politician would import millions of non-indigenous people  It's been engineered purposefully; we, in Great Britain and particularly in England, have been singled out for this experimentation.

The MoTCO sees it isn't working.  England's flag is derided; England is the nation under threat and on England's streets a woman has acid thrown over her body.

With acid attacks, knife/gun attacks, sharia/beth din laws being approved in the High Court, with Muslims being let off because, having been educated at an Islamic faith school, they didn't know better, this isn't England any more. England is the burning ground.

UPDATE:  An excellent blog-post  from Durotrigan: Hijab for a Day

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