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Sunday, 25 June 2017

What a world we live in.

Bit of a rant. Sorry!

We learn today that one of the killers of guardsman, Lee Rigby is brainwashing fellow inmates with Islam and the prison officers are struggling to cope with it, despite the £1500 per week bill to the tax payer. We also learn that 400 violent prisoners cannot be deported, using tax payer funded legal aid to claim their human rights. It appears that the human rights of the victims and their families count for nought. Why hasn't this scandalous anomaly been corrected. Left wing, human rights lawyers and the European Court of Justice might have something to do with it.

The shadow chancellor, McDowell, has described the deaths of over seventy people in the tower block inferno last week as murder. In a calculated bid to keep the heat on the Government, he and his Labour party on the loony left are stepping up the rhetoric in a bid to bring anarchy to the streets of London, focussing on the July 1st march of chaos. The students will be at a loose end then, frightened by scaremongering over the cost of university education most of them don't need. The unions are being exhorted to join the revolution because that is what is being planned. This at a time when the Nation, leaving the flawed EU, faces talks with 27 other nations, needing support and goodwill instead of internal strife and obstruction that could be construed as giving comfort to an enemy, tantamount to treachery in fact.

Glastonbury is on. Who the hell are the acts? I've never heard of them and judging by the white noise emanating from the stage I now know why. Strangely the youngsters in the fields seem to know them because they are all mouthing the lyrics and waving things. I don't know them, the youngsters I mean. I was young once; I know, difficult to believe, I went to university, a very good one in fact, but I never felt compelled to camp out to listen to degenerate looking bunch of so called musicians. Nor did I feel compelled to sport a tattoo, take drugs or pierce my skin, let alone go unshaved. Is it any wonder I feel totally alien to the young of today.

These are the people being recruited to Corbyn's crusade against the values upon which the country was built and prospered. He is looking to this pool of wisdom to guide the country's future. This and a legal system that gives succour to the guilty and betrays the victims leaves me in despair. What a ridiculous, topsy-turvy world we live in.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Invasive species

A man from south Wales has been arrested for driving his hired van at a crowd of worshippers exiting the Finsbury Park mosque, killing one and injuring a dozen others. It was reported that he shouted out that he wanted to kill all Muslims but his family said later that although he had 'issues' he was not a racist. What was going through his mind? Could it have been frustration that whilst his personal situation, he was an unemployed father of four, was not being properly addressed, immigrants, particularly those from war torn zones, were being offered state or tax payers' handouts.

As I write, steps are being taken to protect native British wildlife from foreign invaders. Prominent among them are the red squirrel (grey squirrel), the crayfish (US Signal Crayfish) and water voles (mink). The list is not confined to fauna as the Japanese knotweed is an  invasive species of plant that has takns over from massive swathes of native flora throughout the country.
However, when it comes to the indigenous British People, the opposite effect is happening. Rather than protect the British and their way of life, politicians have allowed other peoples to enter the nation, propogate and in places supplant the natives. The reason is simple, grey squirrels, signal crayfish and mink don't vote but immigrants do and Labour politicians in particular want their votes.
Now the British are a tolerant welcoming people but they know when they are being taken advantage of. A rule of thumb is that conquering peoples like the Romans and Normans make the rules but immigrants should follow the culture and norms of their hosts. After all it's only polite. The trouble is that in the UK the expanding Muslim immigrant population is assuming the posture of conquerors, introducing their own sharia law where possible and spreading the religion of Islam as the native Christian Church shrinks. We should not be surprised because the Muslims have previous for this in North Africa, Iberia, southern France and huge swathes of Asia giving a lie to the notion that Islam is a religion of peace. Their aim is world domination, a global caliphate.
Comparing animals and plants with people may seem inappropriate, even insulting, but I believe that it opens a window on the consequences of laissez faire.
Diversity is good for us, we're told by the human rights brigade but at what cost? The UK, Germany and Sweden have seen the devestating effects of this mass immigration of mainly young men, as girls and women are routinely molested and raped, their lives ruined. When are the politicians going to own up to this treachery?
Could it be that the man from south Wales felt this injustice more keenly than some. Could it be that the politicians ARE taking the British population for granted. They are very quick with their platitudes when appropriate but mightily slow to show favour for the silent majority.
When are they going to look after the indigenous population of the UK as they should; defend and protect them as their principal duty before it is too late?

Saturday, 17 June 2017

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Saturday, 10 June 2017

Manifesto of Hope

Well, the General Election is over with a shock result; shock that is for Theresa May and her team. The Prime Minister's campaign was as bad as could be suggesting too much complacency and too much reliance on those who advised her that she was unassailable.
I suggested earlier ( that a Labour Party in such dire circumstances would try desperate things but their answer was more subtle than I imagined; they came up with the manifesto of hope. Not the hope of the people for a better way of life, but hope for Corbyn that they could, after all and against the odds, pull something out of the bag.
It was simple because they had nothing to lose; the polls predicted a Tory landslide. The manifesto, in short, gave the people what they wanted; socialist heaven on earth. Lower tax for the workers, guaranteed work and higher pay, more workers' rights. More money for the NHS and care agencies, abolition of higher education fees, more policemen, firemen etc and repeal of all trade union legislation. There was something for everyone as long as you didn't earn too much. It was, Corbyn insisted, carefully costed, with promises paid for by soaking the rich and higher taxes for business and enterprise. In effect it was a giveaway, a Santa Clause wish list, promised with the sure knowledge there was absolutely no chance of it having to be enacted. Brilliant! This coupled with a low cost campaign concentrated on Corbyn's left wing hot spots gave the impression of an evangelical crusade; that Corbyn was on the side of the righteous fighting the forces of evil as epitomised by the 'nasty' Tories. It worked; the students, in particular, were galvanised into voting. They didn't want common sense, they had no ears for Corbyn and McDonnells reputation for sympathy with terrorist organisations, or their attraction to the economics of Venezuela, remember the last Labour government left the treasury empty; no they were following the pied piper, they were infused with 'hope'.  It worked, the gullible voting population took leave of their senses and voted for the Country's bankruptcy. It was as if they had decided on a policy of collective treachery as the rest of the world decided after the exit poll, selling sterling by the bucket full. What a world we live in!

Sunday, 28 May 2017

Jihadists aren't true Muslims?

Following the atrocity at the Manchester Arena apologists for the Muslim community, hoping to shift the blame, have been quick to point out that the Jihadists aren't true Muslims. This is a lie; they are.
The difficulty the imams have is that in admitting that the perpetrators of these cowardly attacks are followers of Islam they must also admit that the Qur'an is open to misinterpretation; that not all the religious book promotes peace and that the sacred texts cannot, therefore, have been the direct word of Allah. This is unimaginable and they must therefore attempt to distance themselves from these radical murderers. It won't work, except amongst the gullible, much as it won't work in explaining the schism between the Shia and Sunni practices, each of which has varying texts incorporated into their respected Hadiths. Nobody can explain why Allah has not interceded with an update to save the loss of so much intertribal blood because to do so would be to question God and thereby commit blasphemy. The same could be said of politely enquiring why an omnipotent deity would require men (and women) to do his dirty work. Why do these killers presume to do God's work?
In the 21st century, this really isn't good enough. Nor is it good enough to deny outright that the goal of all true Islamists is to convert the whole globe to their faith and introduce 7th century sharia law throughout. For most the end justifies the means and if this means the slaughter of hundreds and thousands of innocent children then so be it. We really must put a stop to the Abrahamic religions before they put a stop to us.

You'd be stupid not to vote Labour

Corbyn's the man. As the polls demonstrate a closing gap, the British people are becoming aware of a new reality; Labour is the way forward. If they win the election we can look forward to a cabinet redolent with the wisdom of the likes of Diane Abbott and Emily Thornbury, reassured by the patriotism of John McDonnell, blessed with the policies forwarded by paymaster Len McCluskey of the Unite Union. There will be frequent discussions concerning foreign policy with the UK's greatest allies, the IRA and Hamas whilst relations with the US deteriorate as quickly as the dissolution of the monarchy. Oh yes, so much to look forward to. And then there's the manifesto; promising all things to all people. More money in the pay packet, better pensions, heavy borrowing to pay for fevered expansion to the public sector, now bloated with the arrival of the newly nationalised industries. But hey, where's the money coming from for all this? Don't worry we'll soak the rich, just you see. You'd be stupid not to vote Labour in the 2017 General Election!!!!!

Friday, 26 May 2017

Hedge Funds

My understanding of hedge funds is that they invest money on behalf of clients in a bag of financial products aimed at maximising their profits. Some work very well and some don't which leads to attempts to make the system work better for the money men. improve the certainty.
Let me be clear here, I believe that such funds don't really earn their money; they do no real work, create anything or exploit minerals etc. They manufacture nothing, obtaining money earned by others using algorithms or other such computational devices to exploit the money market at the expense of the real wealth creators. They are, in effect, parasites.
Now, it seems to me that these funds are turning more proactive; actively involving themselves in the corporate world to fashion a market they can rig in their favour. They are coercing senior Company managers to acquiesce to, for instance, mergers or take overs that suit no one but the funds and their managers. These people have access to huge amounts of money, often greater than the GDP of many nations. They can buy influence to move the markets in their favour often, I'm sure, by dirty tricks.
This polarization of wealth is not healthy; it distorts markets causing massive and widespread disorder the consequence of which has the potential to be dire. Sadly the funds also 'own' many politicians in every country of the globe so not many speak up against this trend and those that do can expect to be slapped down. Maybe its time for the hedge funds to be closed down and the assets seized before they hold the world to ransom and put in place measures that stop the growth of these financial carcinomas.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017


The so called 'Moors' murderer, Brady has died in prison of cancer. A policeman on the TV admitted that although he was against Capital Punishment he would have made an exception of psychopath Brady. That said, Brady never revealed the burial place on Saddleworth moor of one of his victims, perhaps thereby protecting his right to life at the expense of the long suffering victim's family. It was yet another example of his calculating cruelty.
At the end he was confined in a suite of rooms, attended by a palliative care doctor and two nurses. Where in the outside world do normal people get given this level of care? Is the treatment of Brady a measure of our humanity or our stupidity?

Friday, 12 May 2017

GE 2017. Update 3. Chatham House speech

The leader of the opposition has spoken at Chatham House, the Royal Institute, on his policies for International affairs. His dream was for a peaceful world, untroubled by conflict, harmony abounding. It all sounded so peaceful, so idyllic, as if there was never any disagreement amongst the Nations let alone military aggression. In a Corbyn world you can always talk your way out of a situation.
His total approach to the Nation's security is to assume the rationality of a likely adversary as if they are always ready to comply with the resolutions of the United Nations. Oh yeah!
What about Kim Jung Un and the more militant followers of Islam? Neither are rational or likely to follow the dictates of the UN.
Corbyn spoke of his pedigree, how his parents fought for the International Brigade against Franco, relishing his description of the eventual winners as fascists supported by Hitler. These stupid people were supporting the Communists and yes the Monarchists ran a hard Country for the few, but imagine where they'd be now following the socialist agenda of Marx, Trotsky and Lenin. And let's not forget that when Hitler asked for Franco's support in the Second World war the Spaniard insisted on neutrality.
Corbyn stated that he'd not fight the upgrade for Trident but fell short of committing himself to use the weapon, thereby negating its deterrence factor. The British Army, a supreme, highly trained fighting force he suggested would best be used in peacekeeping rolls or in conflict resolution where human rights and white flag waving take precedence.
Throughout the speech, I heard not one word on Islam, the single most inflammatory factor in world conflict. Not one word on ISIS or Al Caeda. These people are not interested in following UN resolutions, only on destroying the West, its values, and setting up a world-wide Caliphate under Sharia Law. Tackling them is like tackling an out of control wild bushfire. You put it out in one place only for it to spring up elsewhere and then back again. These people are not open to dialogue; they die to achieve their aims but Corbyn has no answers other than to talk to people like Hamas. Is it a coincidence then that he introduced, at the beginning, the Somalian ambassador to the UN. Why? The one thing, however, he doesn't want to talk about are these Islamic issues because, I believe. he is after the Muslim vote, pure and simple, an object lesson in hypocrisy or lying by omission.

Thursday, 11 May 2017

GE2017. Update 2. Labour manifesto

The Labour manifesto for the 2017 General Election has been leaked. That it has a marked socialist agenda is no real surprise given Corbyn's pedigree but will it lead the Labour party into the political wildness for decades?
Principal measure is the nationalisation of the railways, the mail and the energy industry, an echo of the Brexit mantra of regaining control; the bringing back into public ownership of key, strategic industries that shouldn't be entrusted to private, including foreign, ownership. I have sympathy with the idea but at what cost? Apart from compensating the Companies, all the employees will become public servants with all the benefits that brings; guaranteed employment, generous, unaffordable pensions. Then they will be compelled to become unionised and therefore at the mercy of McCluskey's Unite agenda of strikes and industrial chaos. Indeed, as Labour's paymasters, the Government will dance to the Union's tune of previously failed Socialist dogma. It's the politics of envy, the lowering of all standards in the need to subjugate the population into the lowest state of social existence.
This program is illustrated by the call for better equality. Now, I'm not suggesting, that this is necessarily a bad thing; there are some circumstances in which bosses have earnings that bear no relationship to the work they do, but there must be room for ambition, building businesses that employ, creating prosperity for all with rewards for the risk takers. Banks must be better regulated for instance but at the first whiff of a Labour Government in the exit polls, trillions of pounds and dollars will drain from the British economy. All the big companies will relocate leaving the UK a shell. It's almost as if the Labour Party wants to lose. Somebody suggested that Corbyn is a Tory plant, much as I thought of Tony Benn, doing all he can to ensure victory for the opposition. I suppose, the only surprise is that even with this manifesto for disaster, twenty percent of the population will vote for the Lemming party.