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Slavering Hoon

There’s no disguising the fact that I think very little of this man. If his overall demeanor isn’t enough to turn you off then think about the separate ongoing investigations into making a false declaration  of expenses at the 2010 General Election ( “I have full confidence that my agent declared my election expenses correctly.” )  and evading motoring charges – and I’m sure we can all remember forking out to buy him a packet of chocolate hob-nobs  and the general up-keep of his designated second home as well.

This disgusting waste of space, this ‘man’, this holier-than-though sanctimonious preacher of do as I say, not as I do, is actually attacking elements of the Tories for being too right-wing. Now, right-wing these days means everything and anything to all men, but Huhne compares them to America’s Tea Party, as if that were somehow a ‘Bad Thing’.  The Tea Party is ordinary Americans fighting against  Third Way/Communitarian/Agenda21 politics and there’s nothing wrong with that.  What Huhne’s saying is that those who disagree with his beliefs are nutjobs and fascists.

I really do despise this man who is so smug, so sure in his own beliefs that he entertains no contrary opinion. He should have been drowned at birth.  He’s the one man who makes me puke more than Gordon Brown – even his Wikipedia page has been heavily doctored.

Breakdown of SOME of his 2007/8 expenses:

Incidental expenses:

£65 for accommodation on an extended trip, but has blanked out the information saying where he was visiting.
£50.17 to clear blocked drains
£418 for car travel, although again there are no details of where the trips were from or to.
£1,302 on landline and mobile phone charges
£138 on teabags, coffee and other “office requisites”, although a 58p entry on a receipt for doughnuts was crossed off.
£420.50 on train travel, although there are no details of where and when trips were made
£164.50 to his party for placing two adverts in Lib Dem News hunting for an office manager and researcher
£70.57 on the office fax bill
£8,502 on office rent

Additional allowance expenses:

£135.50 TV licence
£384.12 building and contents insurance
£155.56 phone bills
£177.85 electricity bills
£81.50 water bills
£720.24 cleaning
£1577.18 council tax
£149.24 gardening
£257.49 maintenance (bleeding radiators, making up a bedside cabinet, changing an outside light, fixing extractor fan and dimmer switch).

Tories: “Slavering over tax cuts for the rich”

“The danger if you don’t compromise is now clear from America.

“There the markets looked over the brink when the mad-cap Republican right in Congress would not compromise with the President.

“Let that be a warning to the Conservative right here – we need no Tea Party Tendency in Britain.

“If you fail to compromise, if you fail to seek the common ground that unites us, if you insist that only you have the answers, if you keep beating the anti-European drum, if you slaver over tax cuts for the rich, then you will put in peril the most crucial achievement of this Government.”

He’s a fine one to talk about not listening to opposing views or compromise, he with his wind farms and hot air energy policies that have seen costs  to the consumer rise inexorably in this country   On the continent they manage to keep energy prices down and it’s becoming apparent that the price is low for French and German consumers to the detriment of the British.  But that’s alright, because we’re all one harmonious people now; we’re all European; there is no such thing as French, German, Italian or British nationality anymore, according to Huhne the Hoon.

He was educated at Westminster, the Sorbonne and Oxford, was an MEP for six years (pension alert!) and is of indeterminate heritage but his father is/was German – that much I do remember. The more this sort of thing goes on, this re-writing and air-brushing of history, the more we will have to take screen grabs of info as and when it arises. Blogging just got tougher.

What a duplicitous, two-faced b@st@rd  of a weasely nasty piece of work Huhne is.  Give me a village green, stocks and I’ll grow my own rotten tomatoes – then give me Huhne.

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Slavering Hoon

There’s no disguising the fact that I think very little of this man. If his overall demeanor isn’t enough to turn you off then think about the separate ongoing investigations into making a false declaration  of expenses at the 2010 General Election ( “I have full confidence that my agent declared my election expenses correctly.” )  and evading motoring charges – and I’m sure we can all remember forking out to buy him a packet of chocolate hob-nobs  and the general up-keep of his designated second home as well.

This disgusting waste of space, this ‘man’, this holier-than-though sanctimonious preacher of do as I say, not as I do, is actually attacking elements of the Tories for being too right-wing. Now, right-wing these days means everything and anything to all men, but Huhne compares them to America’s Tea Party, as if that were somehow a ‘Bad Thing’.  The Tea Party is ordinary Americans fighting against  Third Way/Communitarian/Agenda21 politics and there’s nothing wrong with that.  What Huhne’s saying is that those who disagree with his beliefs are nutjobs and fascists.

I really do despise this man who is so smug, so sure in his own beliefs that he entertains no contrary opinion. He should have been drowned at birth.  He’s the one man who makes me puke more than Gordon Brown – even his Wikipedia page has been heavily doctored.

Breakdown of SOME of his 2007/8 expenses:

Incidental expenses:

£65 for accommodation on an extended trip, but has blanked out the information saying where he was visiting.
£50.17 to clear blocked drains
£418 for car travel, although again there are no details of where the trips were from or to.
£1,302 on landline and mobile phone charges
£138 on teabags, coffee and other “office requisites”, although a 58p entry on a receipt for doughnuts was crossed off.
£420.50 on train travel, although there are no details of where and when trips were made
£164.50 to his party for placing two adverts in Lib Dem News hunting for an office manager and researcher
£70.57 on the office fax bill
£8,502 on office rent

Additional allowance expenses:

£135.50 TV licence
£384.12 building and contents insurance
£155.56 phone bills
£177.85 electricity bills
£81.50 water bills
£720.24 cleaning
£1577.18 council tax
£149.24 gardening
£257.49 maintenance (bleeding radiators, making up a bedside cabinet, changing an outside light, fixing extractor fan and dimmer switch).

Tories: “Slavering over tax cuts for the rich”

“The danger if you don’t compromise is now clear from America.

“There the markets looked over the brink when the mad-cap Republican right in Congress would not compromise with the President.

“Let that be a warning to the Conservative right here – we need no Tea Party Tendency in Britain.

“If you fail to compromise, if you fail to seek the common ground that unites us, if you insist that only you have the answers, if you keep beating the anti-European drum, if you slaver over tax cuts for the rich, then you will put in peril the most crucial achievement of this Government.”

He’s a fine one to talk about not listening to opposing views or compromise, he with his wind farms and hot air energy policies that have seen costs  to the consumer rise inexorably in this country   On the continent they manage to keep energy prices down and it’s becoming apparent that the price is low for French and German consumers to the detriment of the British.  But that’s alright, because we’re all one harmonious people now; we’re all European; there is no such thing as French, German, Italian or British nationality anymore, according to Huhne the Hoon.

He was educated at Westminster, the Sorbonne and Oxford, was an MEP for six years (pension alert!) and  is of indeterminate heritage but his father is/was German – that much I do remember.  The more this sort of thing goes on, this re-writing and air-brushing of history, the more we will have to take screen grabs of info as and when it arises.  Blogging just got tougher.

What a duplicitous, two-faced b@st@rd  of a weasely nasty piece of work Huhne is.  Give me a village green, stocks and I’ll grow my own rotten tomatoes – then give me Huhne.

What they didn’t say

Jaded but not resigned:

JADED, adj: made dull, apathetic or cynical by experience.
RESIGNED, trans.verb: to give (oneself) over without resistance

Here’s a rather good example of the use of the word “jaded’ which seems quite relevant today:

“Oh, yes, mate, they’re all jaded here now – their last gasps of innocence sucked out of them by Olympic pharaohs who at first played a blatant game of bait-and-switch with Games tickets, furtively putting aside vast quantities of the best seats to sell to fat cats at higher prices.” Gary Smith, Sports Illustrated, 11 Sep. 2000

Any country that wants to host the Olympics needs its head examining given the amount of corruption that goes on.

Cameron says that Human Rights Laws have had a “chilling effect on society”. He fails to address the point that it’s the interpretation of the Human Rights Act by our own judiciary that has done this. It’s all tied up with the UN, the Council of Europe, the EU and our own justice system. Cameron can rest his newly-acquired paunch on the Despatch Box and speak as many conciliatory words as he likes but the fact remains that he can’t change anything without addressing fundamental issues – issues which he chooses to ignore. The review he’s set up to look into it will be able to do very little that’s meaningful and it will end up costing a great deal of money for little of value.

Miliband is just as bad. His wheedling voice, which the adenoid op for ‘sleep apnoea’ doesn’t seem to have improved, beseeches us to understand what lay behind the rioting and looting (not fourteen years of Labour policies, obviously). It’s the poverty, the deprivation, the lack of integration and Maggie Thatcher.

Neither of them spoke of the last forty years of state education, of encouraging a compliant media or a soporific electorate; they haven’t spoken of the politicisation of the Met under Blair & Blair nor of the re-defining of parents and a family.  Neither of them dared speak of the role of the EU or the ECHR.  In another world they’d be strung up for their lies and evasions but I’ll settle for voted out.

How many Common Purpose graduates, legal and EU advisers are employed by central and local government? ‘More than enough’ is the answer. Common Purpose, the Third Way, Communitarianism, Agenda 21/Health & Safety (a conceit of the UN) and let’s not forget our very own EU – the trial-by-fire experiment of the UN/NWO. Forget conspiracy theory: it’s real and present, now. Somewhere on the blog is a post about ‘Cameron’s’ National Civilian Service for youngsters (but I’ve no idea where it is now) with links to show that, as with his Big Society, it isn’t his idea at all but has been fed down from the UN and the EU.

Speaking of Common Purpose, I wonder if Recorder Farook Ahmed has been on one of their ‘Leading Beyond Authority’ courses.

What They Didn’t Say

Jaded but not resigned:

JADED, adj: made dull, apathetic or cynical by experience.
RESIGNED, trans.verb: to give (oneself) over without resistance

Here’s a rather good example of the use of the word “jaded’ which seems quite relevant today:

“Oh, yes, mate, they’re all jaded here now – their last gasps of innocence sucked out of them by Olympic pharaohs who at first played a blatant game of bait-and-switch with Games tickets, furtively putting aside vast quantities of the best seats to sell to fat cats at higher prices.” Gary Smith, Sports Illustrated, 11 Sep. 2000

Any country that wants to host the Olympics needs its head examining given the amount of corruption that goes on.

Cameron says that Human Rights Laws have had a “chilling effect on society”. He fails to address the point that it’s the interpretation of the Human Rights Act by our own judiciary that has done this. It’s all tied up with the UN, the Council of Europe, the EU and our own justice system. Cameron can rest his newly-acquired paunch on the Despatch Box and speak as many conciliatory words as he likes but the fact remains that he can’t change anything without addressing fundamental issues – issues which he chooses to ignore. The review he’s set up to look into it will be able to do very little that’s meaningful and it will end up costing a great deal of money for little of value.

Miliband is just as bad. His wheedling voice, which the adenoid op for ‘sleep apnoea’ doesn’t seem to have improved, beseeches us to understand what lay behind the rioting and looting (not fourteen years of Labour policies, obviously). It’s the poverty, the deprivation, the lack of integration and Maggie Thatcher.

Neither of them spoke of the last forty years of state education, of encouraging a compliant media or a soporific electorate; they haven’t spoken of the politicisation of the Met under Blair & Blair nor of the re-defining of parents and a family.  Neither of them dared speak of the role of the EU or the ECHR.  In another world they’d be strung up for their lies and evasions but I’ll settle for voted out.

How many Common Purpose graduates, legal and EU advisers are employed by central and local government? ‘More than enough’ is the answer. Common Purpose, the Third Way, Communitarianism, Agenda 21/Health & Safety (a conceit of the UN) and let’s not forget our very own EU – the trial-by-fire experiment of the UN/NWO. Forget conspiracy theory: it’s real and present, now. Somewhere on the blog is a post about ‘Cameron’s’ National Civilian Service for youngsters (but I’ve no idea where it is now) with links to show that, as with his Big Society, it isn’t his idea at all but has been fed down from the UN and the EU.

Speaking of Common Purpose, I wonder if Recorder Farook Ahmed has been on one of their ‘Leading Beyond Authority’ courses.

Sunday Round-up

A third of rioters were already on parole or subject to a community or youth rehabilitation order.
Orde slams Cameron’s decision to appoint Bratton as advisor. He maintains it’s better to look to the European model rather than American.

Calls for referendum on the EU intensify. Pressure increases after Cameron & Osborne back strong fiscal union within EU.
EuNavFor seeks “pirate cultural advisor”. If you have a wooden leg and a parrot the EU has just the job for you.

The most powerful man in Britain Sir Gus O’Donnell, Head of the Civil Service refuses to release info on abuse of government procurement card.
The witch-hunt against Starkey continues and Nick Griffin is amongst those stoking the fire.
John Redwood: Check your change JR advises British tourists to dump Greek euro notes.
12 Atos Healthcare doctors could be struck off GMC investigates allegations of improper conduct involving disability benefit claimants.
War Memorial given protective cage after being defaced by vandals who scrawled ‘Kill the Brits’. “This area has a lot of Asian young people so in a sense you would expect that.” Really?
New Libyan Ambassador says Blair can’t be trusted Ties to Gadaffi dent any credibility he might have had.
Osborne paves the way for axing 50p tax rate. Claims it’s “counter-productive”.
Pipe-bomb in Londonderry Violence flares again in Northern Ireland.
75,000 new homes destined for Green Belt Shake-up of planning regs allow local authorities to redraw boundaries.
Hitchens says ‘I told you so’ The Left are finally forced to confront the abject failure of the policies they created.
Senior NHS staff in the spotlight Conflict of interest row brews about acceptance of freebies from drug companies – and we’re not talking about a pen and a desk diary.

One-liners:
No more Silly Season
QE exacerbates gap between haves and have-nots
The price we pay for abandoning the Gold Standard
CCTV captures first flight of osprey chick
Inspiration – the WI are doing it for themselves
An activity less ordinary

RIP Robert Robinson 1927 – 2011

England are No.1

LATE ADDITION: American gang culture fuelled the riots. An article that vindicates David Starkey’s views.

“In Birmingham, a reporter took a drive through the contested turf of its working-class west side, a hodgepodge of cramped red-brick rowhouses and gray-concrete 1960s tower blocks where rival Caribbean and Indo-Pakistani gangs long have been at odds. Their feuds have sparked at least four riots since the 1980s.”

Hooray for Harbinger

I don’t know why Harbinger closed his blog but I miss it. He’s still around though; I stumbled upon a comment from him in response to a post by Autonomous Mind and I hope he doesn’t mind that I re-print it in full here:

>>“It is only the political class that keeps us shackled by the bonds of Brussels. If the politicians actually represented us as they are supposed to, they would have already sought our opinion and allowed us to decide if we wish to remain members and acted on our wishes. But the political class acts in its own interest, not ours. They are the modern fifth column.”<<

“This is the problem. The new political class are nothing but lobbyists for the mega corporations and puppets of the elites who seek a one world government. How long has this been going on, that is puppet politicians? Who knows? We most certainly know that we can go back to Heath, maybe even all the way back to Cromwell, but one thing’s for certain, while we have politicians in power the majority will continue in this MSM enduced coma, daydreaming in an unreal world, while the man behind the curtain pushes all the buttons.

“The only freedom that the people of this country and this world have is the complete removal of not just the political class, but the bankers, big business and of course the elites who are pushing all of the buttons and have been for a very long time.

“It’s a game of toss the coin – heads they win, tails we lose. The game is rigged and nobody cared because they’re all kept as far away as humanely possible from the truth. Oh how the elites have played a brilliant strategy. Every base is loaded and the final hitter is about to step up, with a bat the size of Jupiter to an underarm 5 year old pitcher. The only thing that can save humanity would be a crowd invasion as playing by the rules means instant victory.

“There are many within the truth movement who think that victory can easily be achieved yet they forget that the victory is in their minds and their minds only. Many know but still choose to ignore that our society has been utterly brainwashed by the elites, our foods poisoned, given rogue vaccinations, infected with cancers and diseases, being sprayed daily with alluminium and barium, our sperm rate smashed via Bisphenol A poisoning and manipulation of the water supply, our women turned into rampant, anti male/family feminists and our boys walking women with peni. Then there’s the smashing of our indigenous culture where regardless, everyone’s really quite happy being a globalist, part of the group and oblivious to individuality. In other words, although the elite haven’t won yet, technically they have when it comes to complete subversion and control of the overwhelming majority.

“Those who want freedom will have to make huge sacrifices and expect horrendous retaliation by the elites. This battle will never be won on a level playing field ever. TPTB will hold onto power and control because they truly believe they are better than everyone else. They’re psychopaths and will never relinquish their hold over society.”

I find it hard to disagree with most of that and you’ll find those words echoed around this corner of the blogosphere in one form or another but they bear repeating, endlessly, until the message gets through.  Attempts to regulate the internet and blogs, particularly political ones, are well in hand and we need to make the most of whatever time remains.  One possibility being touted is the licensing of blogs – can you imagine paying any government a yearly licence fee?  No, me neither.

As an example of the petty restrictions we’re being conditioned to accept I doubt you’d have to go far to find something else like this: Landlady fined for displaying home-made sign.  She didn’t follow the diktat to display the regulation sign so she’s been fined – note the use of the words “decree” and “violated” in the article.

If we continue to accept  this sort of nonsense, or attempt to laugh it off, then, as Harbinger says, we are a people conquered by our own political class.

When is enough enough?

I’ve no idea – I think that point has come and gone. Here’s another nail: Herman the haiku-writer has put his foot in it at the dinner summit in Brussels to discuss the economic problems in Greece. He passed around a brochure (which apparently cost 100,000 euros to produce) for the new 240m euro office building for the European Council.

Look on my works ye mighty and despair. And I do, I do.

Herman’s eyes light up as he examines the blueprints for yet another vanity project