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Sunday, November 23, 2008

EU 2025: crippled by bickering and that citizens don't want it

Quite a few people have reported on this Global Trends 2025 document by the US, which amongst other things has some pretty interesting stuff about the EU in there. Loved that image by the way whoever did that, very much along the lines of my own thinking.

"EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - By 2025, the European Union will be a "hobbled giant" crippled by internal bickering and a eurosceptic citizenry. Eastern European organised crime could dominate one or more member state governments, and the bloc will likely be kowtowing to Moscow after having failed at all attempts to wean itself from Russian energy supplies."

It talks about the 'European public being alienated by a perceived democratic deficit' Nothing merely perceived about it of course.

read more here... or the report itself.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

The BNP List affair

Whatever one thinks of the BNP, and whoever leaked this membership list for whatever reason (seems to be some internal warfare with an ex-employee), this act is an a pretty outrageous attempt to inflict damage on a political party.

Equally outrageous and utterly unacceptable is people already being sacked or threatened to be so from their jobs or close enough over this, including as I understand it police officers. Why on earth are they banned from belonging to the BNP ? It all just illustrates the perverse and extremely dangerous culture of politically correct witch hunts we now live in). Others in trouble include a teacher and radio host.

But this episode fits with the underlying trend, that can barely be concealed in the BBC's own reporting, to delegitimise people's political inclinations that don't fit the current sinister shape of endlessly and pointless trying to reinforce inclusivity and equality over anything else and brandishing those things not as virtuous ideals but as appalling weapons against the population itself.

And that situation is utterly wrong and far more a negative reflection of those doing the applauding, or those doing the sacking than anybody on this list who have every right to support the political party they choose.

If you want to publish and damn a list of distorted lunatics who have done incredible damage to the UK please publish the entire Labour Party membership for the last 12 years, along with lists of supine civil servants, cretinous council commissars and worthless gutter cowards in the press cheer leading it all on.

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"Al-Qaeda vows to hurt Obama's US "

The second-in-command of Islamic militant network al-Qaeda has called on Muslims to harm "criminal" America. In a message purportedly from Ayman al-Zawahiri, the al-Qaeda deputy accused US President-elect Barack Obama of betraying his Muslim roots.

He likened him to a "house slave" - who had chosen to align himself with the "enemies" of Islam. Mr Obama has said stamping out al-Qaeda "once and for all" will be a top priority during his administration.

On Sunday, he said capturing or killing Osama Bin Laden was "critical" to US security. He has also promised to bolster the US presence in Afghanistan - a policy that would fail, said the al-Qaeda deputy.

The US said the message did not signal any increased threat against America.

[...] The audio message, which ran with photographic stills and some video footage, appeared on militant websites.


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Monday, November 17, 2008

Melanie Phillips: The liberals who did so much to destroy the family must share the blame for Baby P

Daily Mail: "The more we learn about the behaviour of Haringey Council, which failed so grossly in the horrific case of Baby P, the more apparent it becomes that our so-called welfare state has turned into something truly monstrous.

First, we heard from its children's department head Sharon Shoesmith that neither she nor any of her staff accepted any responsibility for what had happened. This was despite the fact that it seems not one of them had noticed that, over a period of several months, this baby was being systematically neglected, attacked, tortured, mutilated and finally left to die - all on their watch.

Then we read that during this very period the department was receiving a glowing accolade by Ofsted inspectors, who awarded it top marks for its general performance.

And then we learned of the treatment meted out to former Haringey social worker Nevres Kemal, who sent seven letters to government departments and the Commission for Social Care Inspection warning that Haringey's child protection department was out of control.

The result was that she herself became the target of a witch-hunt, subjected to entirely trumped up allegations of child abuse - for having warned that the department was failing in its duty to protect children from abuse.

Ms Kemal called this behaviour fascism. It is actually more akin to the Kafka-esque abuses of power under Stalinism. It is certainly the kind of behaviour one associates with totalitarian regimes.

Of course, we must not lose sight of the fact that the people who actually caused the suffering and death of Baby P were his mother, her boyfriend and their lodger. But what this whole sickening story tells us is something much bigger and profoundly disturbing about the state of our society.

Baby P's mother herself has shown no signs of remorse or shame. Instead, all three of these child-killers displayed a chilling absence of the most basic humanity. They treated this baby as a kind of inanimate object to be literally pulled apart and broken - an attitude which can be described only as psychopathic.

Nor is this a one-off. Last week, we also read of the case of two babies killed by their mentally ill mother.

These cases are not aberrations. They are the outcome of a process that has been going on for the past three decades and more, in which the fundamental values of civilised society have been systematically trashed and up-ended.

They are the result of the doctrine that all lifestyles must be considered equal and that no one has right to pass judgment on anyone else. Thus, women had a God-given right to bear babies out of wedlock. Stigma and shame were considered an affront to individual rights; disapproval of adultery or elective lone parenthood were dismissed as 'Old Testament fundamentalism'.

Government policy, egged on by activist judges who deliberately voided family law of 'moral judgments' on the basis that there was no right or wrong in family life because it was always just too complicated to untangle, accordingly penalised marriage, rewarded adultery, further incentivised lone parenthood and systematically normalised irregular relationships.

The outcome is a shattered social landscape of lost and abandoned children, raised in households of gross emotional chaos and physical and moral squalor. Such is the breakdown of the basics of civilised life that some of these children have never used a knife and fork by the time they enrol at school; their earliest words are obscenities, and aggression and violence are their instinctive response whenever they are thwarted.

Neglect is routine; love, responsibility and discipline wholly absent; under-age sex or sex with relatives or step-relatives commonplace; drug abuse, crime and systematic dishonesty a way of life. And these massively damaged children grow up into massively damaged parents.

Baby P's household lifts a curtain on this underworld - a home reportedly littered with dead animals, where another child was regularly savaged by a Rottweiler as part of the dog's 'training', and one of those convicted of Baby P's death had previously tortured his own grandmother to make her change her will to his benefit.

Ignoring the fact that this underclass has become detached from the most basic values of civilised life, the so-called progressive intelligentsia declares that its only problem is 'poverty'. Accordingly, it has supplied lone mothers with benefits on the basis that they were most in need.

The result has been financial incentives for unmarried women to have multiple children - whose primary need was to have a committed father and stable family life, the very need government policy ensured would never be met.

Those who warned of the individual harm and social catastrophe that would result were vilified as bigots. The only judgment to be permitted was that judgment of anyone's lifestyle was wrong.

Under this monumental pressure, academic research into family life was systematically corrupted to claim falsely that no serious harm was done to children from the fracturing of the family.

The truth about family life was deliberately concealed. Research shows a vastly greater risk of violence and abuse by boyfriends or stepfathers than biological parents or married spouses. A recent American study says a child is 50 times more likely to be abused by a non-biological parent.

In Britain, however, official statistics years ago stopped distinguishing between married and unmarried households, so it became impossible to identify the risks from unmarried relationships. Instead, 'progressives' claimed falsely that husbands and fathers posed the greatest risk to women and children.

This was part of the attempt to destroy marriage and all norms of sexual behaviour by the Left-wing intelligentsia: self-regarding social commentators and corrupted academics, feminist zealots and spineless male child psychologists and psychiatrists and sociologists who all connived at the Big Lie.

Not only that, they refused to publish research that told the truth or hounded out those few brave and honest researchers who managed to do so. This fearsome political correctness not only silenced informed debate but also made it impossible for social workers to apply basic common sense to situations crying out for action.

And while bending over backwards not to pass judgments on those who were demonstrably incapable of looking after a child, that same social work establishment refused to place children for adoption with ordinary middle-class families.

Since the death of Maria Colwell in 1973, inquiry has followed inquiry into social work failings - only to be followed by one shocking case of abuse after another.

Social work is plagued by low-calibre recruits, whose training is more akin to indoctrination in political correctness, working in a culture which intimidates any dissent and turns morality and common sense inside out.

Of course, the book should be thrown at Haringey Council, Ofsted, the Social Care Inspectorate and the assorted professionals who displayed incompetence and worse that led to the death of Baby P.

But the people who really have blood on their hands are the progressive intelligentsia who have simply written orderly, married, normative family life out of the script, enforced the doctrines of multi-culturalism and nonjudgmentalism with the zealotry of the fanatic, and caused Britain to descend into an age of barbarism"

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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Littlejohn: "Britain, land of the rising scum"

LittlejohnFrom yesterday's Daily Mail, I meant to post it yesterday:

"The first time it properly dawned on me that the game was indeed up was about 20 years ago in Blackpool, where I was covering the Labour Party conference.

As I made my way from the Clifton Hotel, opposite the main pier, past Yates’s Wine Lodge towards the Winter Gardens, at approximately 9.30am, I had to step into the road to avoid a family walking four-abreast on the pavement in the direction of the sea front.

They were all breakfasting on fish and chips from polystyrene containers, washed down with what I seem to remember was Irn-Bru, in the case of the children, and Special Brew, for the parents.

The whole family — mum, dad, son, daughter — was dressed in matching turquoise shell-suits and imitation designer-label trainers. They all had earrings. Each wore a baseball cap.

The father’s cap was distinguished by a plastic dog turd stuck to the peak, beneath a logo which proclaimed: ‘S***head.’

I can remember thinking to myself, as I watched them window-shopping at the pork butcher’s: ‘What chance have these kids got?’

The other thought which occurred to me was, given that the children were aged, at a guess, eight and six, and this was late September: why weren’t they at school?

Now I know what some of you are thinking. Don’t rush to judgment, Rich. They could have been a blameless, sophisticated couple, who had taken their children out of their fee-paying convent school for the day to treat them to a field trip to study the varied marine life to be found in the Irish Sea off Blackpool, and had decided to dress down for the occasion.

Feeding them fish and chips for breakfast was simply a way of giving them an authentic working-class day-trip experience to broaden their horizons and drum home the message that not everyone starts the day with organic muesli from Waitrose.

The novelty baseball cap could have been an ironic, post-modern take on the nature of unbridled consumerism or a witty protest about societal stereotyping.

Then again, they could just have been scum.

You know what? I’ve just thought about it again. I’m going with scum. Sorry, but there’s no other word for it.

For all I know, those children could have grown up to become brain-surgeons.

My guess, though, is that they’re both living on benefits in some scruffy council garret, halfway up a burned-out tower block, surrounded by raggedy children who look pretty much like they used to on their jolly outing to Blackpool.

Only the fake designer labels have changed.

We’re now on to second- and third-generation scum, sustained by a patronising and non-judgmental welfare juggernaut. We’ve always had what sociologists prefer to call an underclass. But not on this scale and never so visible.

A quick glance at the news is all it takes to confirm the worst. In Haringey, North London, the child of a dysfunctional ‘family’ is tortured to death under the noses of social services. When the tragic Victoria Climbie died in similar circumstances on the same manor, we were assured it would never happen again. I wrote at the time that it could and it would. It has.

The £100,000-a-year, hatchet-faced harridan in charge of the social services washes her hands of the death, refuses to resign and boasts of providing a ‘three star’ service,
backed by pie charts, graphs and a perfect paper trail of criminal incompetence and wilful neglect.

Somewhere out there, there’s a baseball cap with her name on it.

Frankly, I can’t bring myself to read the details of this horrific case, other than to note that the father was an SS freak and the mother spent all day in pornographic chat rooms on the internet, when she wasn’t smoking in the street. What did they do for money? What do you think?

In Yorkshire, a ghastly-looking woman and her gormless boyfriend’s uncle are on trial for abducting her daughter and attempting to extract a reward for her safe return. They
look as if they have stepped straight out of Little Britain, in which Matt Lucas and David Walliams’s Burberried chavs captured perfectly the gruesome reality of so much of our modern landscape.

This week, a court heard of the conditions imposed on poor Shannon Matthews while she was in captivity. She was allowed to watch TV and play computer games provided she didn’t look out of the window. Sounds pretty much like her everyday life — and that of thousands of children her age, I would imagine.

The Guardianistas railed against Little Britain’s portrait of the underclass, accusing it of cruelty and making fun of a ‘vulnerable’ section of society. The truth is, the Leftist bien pensants have built a land fit for Vicky Pollards.

This was life imitating comedy. In Little Britain, Vicky Pollard swapped her baby for a Westlife CD.

Meanwhile, in Manchester, a three-year-old child and a three-month-old toddler are stabbed to death allegedly by their mother.

Outside the house, neighbours are interviewed by TV reporters. Not so long ago, they’d have looked like Les Dawson and Peter Butterworth’s doughty Northern battle-axes.

Of the two women I saw, one was wearing a grey hoodie and the other had her hair pulled back in a Croydon facelift, a stud through her nose and so many earrings in her left lobe it looked like a curtain rail. Both appeared old beyond their years, a legacy no doubt of cheap cigarettes and super-strength lager.

In Hackney, East London, a teenage girl is gang-raped for not showing sufficient ‘respect’ to a local yobbo. It barely makes the newspapers.

Britain seems to have cornered the market in welfare layabouts, drug addicts, feral gangs of obese children and hideous, drunken scrubbers, littering the gutters of even our more genteel suburbs.

The women are the worst of the lot, giving birth to a procession of bay-bees by different, transient fathers and expecting — nay, being encouraged by — the state to pay for their upbringing.

The Government’s preferred solution is to keep on throwing money at the problem, hiring legions of social workers and ‘parenting skills advisers’ to keep the scum in check, while importing hundreds of thousands of immigrants to do the jobs our indigenous idle are paid not to do.

It doesn’t work and things aren’t going to get any better. It’s at least 20 years too late.

The game’s up."

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Friday, November 14, 2008

Celente: America on way to becoming 'underdeveloped nation' food riots, tax revolts, Revolution

Very interesting article by Paul Watson posted by our great friends on Blogdial. This article is about someone I hadn't heard of called Gerald Celente, the CEO of Trends Research Institute, and he's got some rather chilling predictions about America.

Celente says 'that by 2012 America will become an undeveloped nation, that there will be a revolution marked by food riots, squatter rebellions, tax revolts and job marches, and that holidays will be more about obtaining food, not gifts.'

Well worth a read...

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Blair's advice to Obama: "Clash of Civilizations"

Blair Obama

"Tony Blair has urged Barack Obama to take the initiative on issues from climate change to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a way to heal the divisions between America and Europe.

In an interview with the Guardian during a visit to Rwanda, the former prime minister said Obama's election as US president opened up "an era of real possibility". (Let's hope not -j)

"I think he can say to Europe, look I'm going to champion a global deal on climate change, I'm going to take the Middle East peace process seriously, I'm going to make sure that poverty in Africa is right at the top of the agenda, I'm going to listen to your concerns and get a shared agenda with you" ("Shared agenda" who remembers 'shared global values'?)

[...] Obama faces inflated expectations, as Blair did in 1997 — in part born out of antipathy to the outgoing administration — that the president-elect's staff are already trying to dampen.

"There's enormous expectation," said Blair. "But I think he's a very smart guy and the only thing you can do in these circumstances is to try and meet the reasonable expectations.

"I personally think that one of the essential things both for the next American president and for the world is to regard this region [the Middle East], and broader than this region, as one problem because you face the same issue everywhere, which is a battle between those who want a modern and progressive future and those who are reactionary extreme," he said.

"Whether it's in Iraq or in Palestine or what's happening in all the different parts of Afghanistan or Pakistan, it's the same issue.

And it's just outrageous. Blair who obviously has no interest in regret or understanding and who has apparently willfully learned absolutely nothing since leaving office earns enormous sums of money giving these after dinner speeches presumably filled with exactly this kind of shocking crap. It's just amazing.

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Friday, November 07, 2008

Obama mania

Give Obama his credit, he seems on the surface pretty likable, a very charismatic speaker, he did tremendously well with his campaign. But I saw a bit of Question Time tonight, and it underlined how Obama mania is out of control, and actually quite reminiscent of when Labour and Tony Blair came to power promising their 'Third Way' back in 1997. Anyone remember ? Even satirical things like Rory Bremner at the time presented a loving poem lavishly dedicated to Labour winning the election. All this stuff, and talk of a 'huge mandate' and 'change' is very dangerous of course, and Americans may not be prepared for what that could mean.

I also caught a bit of This Week with Andrew Neil, unsurprisingly dedicated to more of the same and he had on Clarence Jones who (co-?) wrote the "I had a Dream" speech for Martin Luther King. They were talking about how non Obama-voters will 'adapt' to Obama and he let slip a little thing about 'The White Mind'.

We'll see what happens.


Thursday, November 06, 2008

Obama must declare the War on Terror over

It's been a while. How you guys doing ?

John Steele in the Guardian:

"While his instincts are cautious and pragmaticc, he has not repudiated the war on terror. Rather, he insists that by focusing excessively on Iraq, the Bush administration "took its eye off the ball". The real target must be Afghanistan and if Osama bin Laden is spotted in Pakistan, bombing must be used there too.

This is a cul-de-sac. If the most important single thing that Obama should do quickly is to announce the immediate closure of Guantánamo Bay, the corollary has to be a declaration that the war on terror is over. Accept that terrorism is a technique. It is not an ideology. The west faces no global enemy, no worldwide Islamofascist conspiracy. Foreign crises should be treated on a case-by-case basis. Their roots lie in the complex interplay of local tensions, social grievances, economic inequalities, unemployment, food and water shortages and cultural prejudice that plagues so many countries."

And various actions and atrocities inflicted or supported by instigators and proponents of the 'War on Terror' -j.

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