Friday, 29 May 2015

Expertise? What expertise?

On 26 May 2015, Richard Littlejohn said this in The Daily Mail:
"The refusal of those in a position of authority not only to take any responsibility for their failures but also the way in which they expect to be rewarded for their incompetence is mind-boggling. In the latest case, a blundering child protection chief has walked off with a six-figure redundancy payment and strolled straight back into a lucrative consultancy in the same Government department.  
At the end of April, Sue Berelowitz was allowed to take voluntary redundancy from her £99,333-a-year role as Deputy Children's Commissioner. She received a golden goodbye of £134,000. Miss Berelowitz had been roundly condemned for writing a report which denied there was a disproportionate problem with gangs of British Asians grooming young girls for sex.  
As numerous recent court cases have illustrated alarmingly, this was seriously at odds with the true picture. But the day after she resigned, she was immediately rehired as a £960-a-day consultant to lead an inquiry into child abuse, which is exactly what she had been doing in her old job...  
Oliver Berman, from the Office of the Children's Commissioner, said she had been reappointed because of her 'particular expertise'. What expertise? This is the same woman who was criticised for her 'highly emotional' conclusions about grooming by predominantly Pakistani predators, crimes for which dozens of men from all over the country have subsequently been convicted." 
Here's what Sue Berelowitz was saying before the Jay report and Rotherham (but NOT before decades of patriotic truth and warning).

Those who perpetrate these crimes come from every community and every level in society!

Margaret Hodge, MP, was the boss of Islington council from 1982-1992.

Children were greatly abused in the Islington care home system at this time.

Tony Blair created the post of Children's Minister in 2003. Despite Hodge's softly-softly, do-absolutely-nothing-about-it approach to paedophilia in Islington, he appointed her as his very first Minister in this department. Wikipedia tells us this:
"Privacy International awarded Margaret Hodge the 2004 Big Brother Award for 'Worst Public Servant' for her backing of controversial initiatives including the Universal Child Database. At a keynote speech to the Institute for Public Policy Research on 26 November 2004, Hodge strongly defended the idea of greater state regulation of individuals' choices, stating that 'some may call it the nanny state but I call it a force for good!'
She added:
"For me it's not a question of whether we should intrude in family life, but how and when."
Big, let-paedos-get-on-with-it Sister knows best, eh?

Margaret Hodge is an Egyptian immigrant. 

Born Margaret Oppenheimer, she is a multi-millionaire and Jewish.

Sue Berelowitz is also Jewish.

I'm not sure whether Oliver Berman, the gentleman who praised Berelowitz's 'particular expertise,' is a Jew but Berman is a common Jewish name.

Just saying.

CNN, Goldman Sachs and the Zionist Matrix

Monday, 18 May 2015

Jack Sen at the London Forum

Jack Sen is an angry young man. 

A little while before he was due to stand as a UKIP candidate against Rosie Cooper in West Lancashire, the BBC got in touch and told him that he'd been suspended by the party. It was the first he'd heard of it.

The 3 May edition of The Liverpool Echo takes up the story:
"Jack Sen, UKIP candidate for West Lancashire, has been suspended...
UKIP said that they suspended Mr Sen over messages directed at Liverpool Wavertree MP Luciana Berger.

Mr Sen... denied they were either racist or anti-Semitic and said he only found out about his suspension through the media.

In messages Ms Berger deemed 'clearly anti-Semitic,' Mr Sen reportedly wrote:

'You’re about authentic Labour as Ed Miliband. Protect child benefits? If you had it your way you’d send the £ to Poland/Israel.'

Another tweet reportedly from Mr Sen said:

'Britain’s youngest Jewish MP, Luciana Berger, is facing criticism over her record of.... loyalties.'

Mr Sen also reportedly said that South Africa was being 'ethnically cleansed' of people of European origin and that other governments are not doing enough to stop it.

UKIP party leader Nigel Farage apologised for the comments attributed to Mr Sen, while in a statement, the party said Mr Sen 'has expressed views that in no way reflect the views of the party... in the light of these and other comments, Mr Sen has been suspended from UKIP with immediate effect.'

Despite his party’s actions, Mr Sen has said that he will still be representing UKIP in Thursday’s General Election. He said...

'While party elite confirm that one of my volunteers, a former Labour supporter running my Twitter account, made the Tweet, I am still representing UKIP on the ballot. The person who made the tweet has assured me she meant no harm and I stand by her right to voice her opinion...

I am disappointed at how UKIP has handled this issue... When the Tweet was made I was in fact speaking to 6th Form students in Ormskirk at a scheduled event. That’s why I only found out about my suspension from the BBC...

This is yet another example of the London elite throwing the north of England under a bus so they can kowtow to their financiers and special interest groups in the southern part of the country'."
At Twitter, along with the above video of Jack at the London Forum, I posted the following tweets:
"UKIP hijacked by Friends of Israel? Jack Sen speaks! Is UKIP controlled opposition or genuine Nationalism?"
"Jack thinks UKIP Friends of Israel wonk, @ShneurOdze (UKIP EU election candidate), & @lucianaberger may be behind recent troubles."
"I guess I always knew that having Jewish porn king, Richard Desmond, (owner Express & Star) as your top donor would be a problem."
"When Nigel began using that infamously botwag meme "Judaeo-Christian," in respect of our culture & religion, I knew then."
"Kept backing them because, whatever UKIP is up top, the vast majority are British patriots & it had to be better than #LibLabCon."
"Now, ALL truths will be told. I advise UKIP faithful to investigate. And then tell it ALL also."
 GoodnightVienna ‏@CallingEngland responded thus:
"Like so many others at the moment, Jack Sen is a disaffected former member of #UKIP. He's recently been booted out."
I replied:
"Disaffected, it would seem, for very good reason. Angry young men can do established order a deal of harm. Go for it, Jack."
Regarding the Judaeo-Christian 'botwag meme,' @spanner5232, wanted to know:
"How in yr opinion shd he hv described the community he was referring to?"
I replied:
Check out a little of Jack Sen's South African reality here.

Look's like Jack and his pals have been telling a little too much of the unvarnished truth about the way things really work at the top of democracy's undemocratic tree, doesn't it?

Pity about the UKIP bigwigs. I've backed them to the hilt over the course of the last couple of years. As I say in the tweet, they appear to be much better than the alternative. But if characters similar to those cited below are still in charge if and when a UKIP government assumes power, how much better off would we really be?

Now ask yourselves this: 

Why would 80 percent of the Conservative Party and 50 percent of the Lib Dems and Labour parliamentarians choose to cuddle up to such an unwholesome bunch of moral degenerates as these?

Why would the UKIP hierarchy do so? Expediency? Realpolitik? In politics, you have to deal with the reality, (the one they never tell us about) and the reality is - Jews rule?

Well, yes, I get it. But here's something I, and perhaps Jack now gets, that his UKIP superiors do not.

Jews shouldn't rule. They should not control our lives. Even decent folks like those below should not be in charge. Helping out maybe, but not in charge. Those who lead a nation should be OF the nation, not detached from, or superior to, it. And certainly not inclined to favour another over their own.

Just to even up the score then (no anti-Semite me, I just don't like horrible people), here are the thoughts of a few Jewish worthies that, I hope, might fit in rather more with those of most of humanity.

Finally, let's take a look at what one non-Jew said back in 1920.

Honestly, folks, what is laid out before you here really ought to make you wonder why those we elect to serve OUR interests have not only never warned the British people about any of this, but also seek to curry favour with those who have done (and are still doing) such terrible things.

The fact that our politicians do their damnedest to ensure the status quo remains forever as they and those who own them require it, ought to cause you to regret the way you cast your vote earlier this month. If it doesn't, and you're not bought-and-paid-for yourself, you really do need your head examined.

P.S. The aforementioned big anti-Jack cheese, Schneur Odze, isn't about to compromise his Orthodox Jewish beliefs for something as prosaic as party advantage. Check out why the gentleman below refused to shake hands with half the electorate here.

P.P.S. Suspended or no, it was too late for UKIP to replace Jack as the UKIP candidate in the West Lancashire constituency and he carried on campaigning. His efforts won him 6,058 votes, 12.2 percent of the turnout and an 8.5 percent improvement on UKIP's previous General Election effort.

This result was well ahead of that of the Greens with 1,582 votes and the Lib Dems with just 1,298.

If you wish to have words, encouraging or otherwise, with Jack Sen, here is his Twitter handle:


If you wish to have words with me, here's mine:


If you wish to have words with Schneur Odze or Luciana Berger, see above.

Thursday, 14 May 2015

47 years of military occupation, grave violations of international law

On 11 May 2015, The European Eminent Persons Group on Middle East issues sent the following letter to Federica Mogherini, EU Foreign Policy chief and Vice-President of the European Commission.
"Europe has yet to find an effective way of holding Israel to account for the way it maintains the occupation. It is time now to demonstrate to both parties how seriously European public opinion takes contraventions of international law, the perpetration of atrocities and the denial of established rights... 
If this means recognition of a Palestine government-in-waiting for the territories within the pre-1967 borders, or the setting of a deadline for the negotiation of a two-state solution, the EU should be united in support'... 
We are convinced in our own minds that (Netanyahu) has little intention of negotiating seriously for a two-state solution...

We also have low confidence that the US government will be in a position to take a lead on fresh negotiations with the vigour and the impartiality that a two-state outcome demands. Yet the situation on the ground grows steadily more dangerous...

Conditions in the occupied territories remain high on the list of the world’s worst crises in terms... of the denial of international justice, human rights and humanitarian standards...
The current financial and political assistance given by Europe and America to the Palestinian Authority achieves little more than the preservation of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and imprisonment of Gaza... 
Standards of living and human rights in both territories have sunk shockingly low. It is no longer possible for the EU to allow these conditions to continue without grave risk to its international reputation... 
Hiding behind American leadership on the politics of the dispute is unedifying and unproductive. The apparently more urgent crises in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen are little excuse either... 
 We seem to forget that the context in Palestine is one of 47 years of military occupation, characterised by grave violations of international law...

Europe has yet to find an effective way of holding Israel to account for the way it maintains the occupation.
It is time now to demonstrate to both parties how seriously European public opinion takes contraventions of international law, the perpetration of atrocities and the denial of established rights...
The EU and its Member States have been held back from a more proactive stance on Israel/Palestine by... their reluctance to get out in front of the United States in an area where Washington has always insisted on prime ownership...
The eroding international legitimacy of the Israeli approach and the instability of the wider region, requires a fresh examination of EU policy.
The fact that American efforts over more than two decades have achieved virtually nothing by way of justice for the Palestinians or long-term security for Israel means that European interests have also suffered."
"47 years of military occupation, characterised by grave violations of international law.”

Strong stuff! Pity it's taken them so long to speak out.

Does this powerful intervention excuse 67 years of existential compliance with a bestial status quo?


But it's a start.

The following 'eminent persons' signed the above letter:

Jeremy Greenstock, Ambassador of the UK to the UN (1998-2003)
Mary Robinson, President of Ireland (1990-1997)
John Bruton, Prime Minister of Ireland (1994-1997)
Javier Solana, NATO Secretary-General (1995-1999)
Michel Rocard, Prime Minister of France (1988-1991)
Andreas van Agt, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (1977-1982)
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst, Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands (2005-2006)
Lena Hjelm-Wallén, Swedish Foreign Minister (1994-1998) and Deputy Prime Minister (1995-2002)
Elisabeth Guigou, French Minister of European Affairs (1990-1993); Justice Minister (1997-2000)
Hubert Védrine, Foreign Minister of France (1997-2002)
Roland Dumas, Foreign Minister of France (1988-1993)
Hans van den Broek, Foreign Minister of the Netherlands (1982-1993)
Frans Andriessen, Vice-President of the European Commission (1985-1993)
Benita Ferrero-Waldner, Foreign Minister of Austria (2000-2004)
Miguel Moratinos, Foreign Minister of Spain (2004-2010)
Teresa Patrício de Gouveia, Foreign Minister of Portugal (2003-2004)
Ruprecht Polenz, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Germany (2005-2013)
Wolfgang Ischinger, Deputy Foreign Minister of Germany (1998-2001)
Peter Sutherland, Director-General of the World Trade Organization (1993-1995)

Better the top folk find their b***ocks late than not at all, eh?

Saturday, 9 May 2015

If you always do what you always did...

During the course of the 2010 General Election, David Cameron promised faithfully to reduce immigration to 'the tens of thousands.'

He lied.

Around 600,000 people came here to settle every year between 2010 and 2015. Immigration was much the same as it had been during the latter half of New Labour's time in power.

So, two of the things that those who ushered David Cameron into power can be said to have voted for were 1) mass immigration, and 2) a Prime Ministerial liar.

Those who voted for the Lib Dems, in power alongside the Tories between 2010 and 2015, could, likewise, be said to have voted for mass immigration and a Deputy Prime Ministerial liar. Nick Clegg (and every single LibDem MP) pledged not to raise student tuition fees.

They did so.

As for those who voted for the Labour Party, they voted for a party that set the enormous levels of immigration that we now must endure in train. Deliberately.

So, it can be said that anyone who voted for any of the three mainstream parties voted for mass immigration because that is what we have been subjected to by all of them.

As none of the three main parties wish to leave the EU, and most of our laws these days are drawn up by that organisation, those who voted for them also voted to remain subject to the rule of unelected bureaucrats in Brussels.

New Labour, the Tories and the Lib Dems made war upon Afghanistan. New Labour and the Tories signed up for the war with Iraq. All three were up for regime change in Libya. Most Conservative and Lib Dem MPs voted for the same thing in Syria.

Despite Israel's ongoing ill-treatment of the Palestinians, 80 percent of Tory MPs and approximately half of the rest belong to the various 'Friends of Israel' groupings.

The latter day wars, Israel's cavalier behaviour and the uncritical acceptance of it by the Western powers have destabilised the Middle East, led to the emergence of ISIS and bred up anger, resentment and sympathy for those prepared to retaliate in the Muslim communities now embedded in the West.

Despite most insisting that they didn't want the government donating £12 billion of British taxpayer's cash to a variety of often unproductive and inefficient projects in the third world, they also voted for this parasitical drain on our reserves to continue, as none of the three main political parties suggested that they would curtail this expenditure.

Anyway, despite the fact that almost all British people wanted an end to mass migration, that most didn't want to make war on countries that were not threatening us, that a clear majority did not care for the EU or foreign aid, and they were well aware that politicians lie to them routinely, they voted for all of these things in 2015 when they opted for Lib, Lab and/or Con. In placing their trust, yet again, in the political establishment, the British people also gave the thumbs up to gay marriage and turned a blind eye to homosexual paedophiles in Westminster and the mass rape and prostitution of England's little girls by the heterosexual equivalent in the Muslim community.

Here are a few of the other things that, in 2015, the British people decided would not deter them from voting the way they always had:

Homeless ex-servicemen; asylum seekers put to the head of the council housing queue for almost 50 years; immigrant benefit scroungers living in mansions; the proliferation of mosques; Sharia law; ‘honour’ crime, polygamy, child marriage, genital mutilation; brutality in children’s homes; paedophile priests; on-line grooming/porn; child porn; government-funded groups teaching 5-year-olds ‘the pleasures of gay sex;’ ‘shag bands’ in schools; childhood obesity; sexting; the imposition of gay marriage; cyber crime; white flight; terrorism; no-go areas; riots; race law; anti-social behaviour; mugging; knife and gun crime; gangs; gang-rape; prostitution; trafficking; criminals indulged, victims ignored; hard drugs; legal highs; mass medication; teenage suicide; self-harm; mass truancy; violence in schools; dumbing-down; student debt; tuition fees; playing fields sold; cohesion; multiculturalism; enrichment; diversity; political correctness; positive discrimination; health-and-safety; compensation culture: GCHQ spies; Thought Police; 4.5 million CCTV cameras; promotion of the ‘mixed-race ideal;’ homelessness; care-in-the-community; MRSA; ADHD; hospital death rates; patients dying of thirst and starvation; Liverpool Care Pathway; c-difficile, asthma; infection of thousands with Hepatitis-C and HIV from contaminated NHS blood; organ theft; Mad Cow Disease; faulty breast implants; post code lottery; care home scandals;  pollution; foot-and-mouth disease; contempt for patriotism, heritage, culture, traditions and Christianity; call centres based in India; no EU referendum; ‘human rights' law; rule from Brussels; spin; Fat Cat non-doms paying little or no tax; cash for questions, cab-for-hire cabinet ministers; cash for peerages, expenses; postal vote fraud; privatisation; the destruction of British industry; pit closures; pub and post office closures; fishermen and farmers forced out of business; the Big Bang; Black Wednesday; the ‘prudent Chancellor’s’ sale of gold at rock bottom prices and the disastrous raid upon our pension funds; Blair/Brown cuddling up to international financiers; sub prime; the credit crunch, world-wide recession; national debt in the trillions; bankers’ bonuses; pay-day loan companies; globalisation; reliance on Russia and France for energy; the power of Murdoch’s media; the influence of the Jewish lobby in Westminster; hackgate; $12bn in international aid every year as ‘cold weather death toll’ in Britain ‘expected to top 40,000;’  armaments (chemical weapons et al) to dictators and the never-ending Chilcot inquiry into Iraq following other inquiries that whitewashed the guilty.

A recent ComRes opinion poll told us that:

60 percent of the British people believe we should hold an immediate referendum on whether or not the UK should be a member of the European Union. 72 percent believe we should introduce a new system of control for immigration using an equivalent of the Australian points-based system. 81 percent of believe we should commit an additional £3billion of annual spending on the NHS in England and Wales. 70 percent believe we should cut the amount spent by the Government on overseas aid. 74 percent believe we should ensure people on the national minimum wage do not have to pay income tax.

On 7 May 2015, 78 percent of the British people voted, in the main, for policies they did not believe in. For example, all but 14 percent did not vote for this:
And thus, despite the fact that, in a system based on proportional representation, UKIP would have been represented in parliament by 83 MPs, just one was elected.

As the wise man said:
"If you always do what you always did,
You'll always get what you always got."
Only worse.

78 percent of the British people deserve everything they get as a result of the way they voted in 2015.

Their children and grandchildren do not.

P.S. I tweeted thus on 9 May:

The graphics below were entered alongside the above Tweet:

I also entered this Tweet:
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The electors of Rotherham, Rochdale and a host of other working-class, Labour supporting constituencies voted for a status quo that had seen the powers-that-be in England cover-up the mass rape and prostitution of their own daughters and granddaughters by, for the most part, alien paedophiles.

You cannot cater for such blank-minded disinterest in the health and happiness of their own most vulnerable kith and kin. Forgiveness of the terrible crimes committed by the foreigner, the civil servants that turned a blind eye and the politicians whose policies convinced the civil servants to do as they did, is beyond immoral. It is beyond cowardice or self-service.

In voting for the same old uncaring ideologues who set this evil in train, the adult population of these towns KNOWINGLY aided and abetted the betrayal. NO ONE in these towns could have failed to notice the recent damning revelations.

When we take back our world we will tell the victims of the Muslim paedophile what their parents and grandparents did and did not do. 

If they, subsequently, come to despise their own elders, such contempt will be richly deserved.