Wednesday, 30 April 2008

Australia Calling

Reported by Derrick MacThomas


In Australia's capital, Canberra, thousands of Chinese immigrants used violence and intimidation to counter a peaceful protest by Tibetan refugees during the Olympic torch relay. What do you think these Chinese will do if or when Australia is in conflict with China? Their loyalty has been made clear.

The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas for this week which features this story and more form down under can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
Here: Australia Calling Latest Edition.

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Monday, 28 April 2008

India in multiple satellite launch

India (The same India our Prime Minister thinks it is worth squandering £825 million of British taxpayers money in aid upon) has successfully launched 10 satellites in a single mission, boosting its capabilities in space.

India has one of the oldest space programmes dating back over 45 years.

The rocket was carrying an Indian remote-sensing satellite and nine smaller ones, eight of them foreign.

The launch, from the Sriharikota space centre off India's east coast, is being described as a milestone for the country's 45-year-old space programme. Observers say it is a sign that India is emerging as a major player in the multi-billion dollar space market. "The mission was perfect," said G Madhavan Nair, chairman of the state-run Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro).

"It is a historic moment for us because it is the first time that we have launched 10 satellites in a single mission."
Last year, Russia launched a rocket carrying 16 satellites - but with a smaller payload, the Press Trust of India reported.

While British pensioners die from hypothermia and children die on hospital trolleys from incurable infections in cash strapped and moribund NHS hospitals, the British government squanders our tax money on aid to a country that has one of the oldest and most advanced space programmes in the world. Makes you proud to be British 'dunnit guvnor'.

Full story with a multiplicity of links concerning the Indian Space Program here..

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Sunday, 27 April 2008

eBay now tracking your computer

Under the guise of "Protecting sellers and buyers from identity theft", from 21st April 2008 internet auction site eBay will now not only track users but the users computers as well by tagging and identifying (and permanently logging) them. Since websites like eBay already do log browser header information and have done for years, such as the following:

Accept: text/xml,application/xml,application/xhtml+xml,text/html;q=0.9,text/plain;q=0.8,image/png,*/*;q=0.5
Accept-Language: en-us,en;q=0.5
Connection: keep-alive
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv: Gecko/20080208 Mandriva/PCLinuxOS/ (2007) Firefox/
Cookie: perm=q3ovpscvsc11b; temp=rv2an3sd5zhwp
Content-Length: 30
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate
Accept-Charset: ISO-8859-1,utf-8;q=0.7,*;q=0.7
Keep-Alive: 23000
Session: td2mbmk5rqo3h

One wonders what else they will be logging and why....

They say :

"We'd like to let you know about some new steps we're taking to help prevent fraudulent unauthorised activity on eBay accounts.

From today, we'll start noting the computers you regularly use when buying and selling on eBay. We'll use a combination of cookies and Flash objects to link your user ID with the computer you're using. This data is encrypted and can only be read by eBay. It doesn't include any contact information or details of eBay transactions.

So, if it doesn't include contact information how will they tie it to your account?. And if it doesn't include details of transactions how will they know what you are listing or bidding on?. In other words how will they know if your account is being accessed fraudulently or not?.

They continue :

Later this year, we'll begin checking the computer you use to list an item to see whether it's one of the computers you regularly use. To confirm that it's really you when you list an item using a different computer (e.g. at a friend's house, in a hotel, at the library), we'll lead you through a simple automated process where we call a phone number on your account. We might also prompt you to verify your identity in other ways".

"We'd like to let you know about some new steps we're taking to help prevent fraudulent unauthorised activity on eBay accounts".

If you believe that I have some nice Parkland real estate in Berkshire for sale.

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If you will not fight........

"If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not so costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance for survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no chance of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves." Quote: Winston Churchill

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UK C.Diff deaths epidemic

There are 10 times more deaths across the UK from the superbug clostridium difficile among over 65-year-olds than in any other country in the world, figures suggest.

The equivalent of one person dies every hour in our hospitals from this deadly superbug.

It contributes to the deaths of four times as many people as MRSA. It's mutating, getting even stronger and showing signs of resistance to one of only two drugs able to combat it.
Professor Richard James, who runs a leading centre in Nottingham University to investigate hospital infections, said: "The figures for c.difficile show that more than 50 per cent of hospital trusts in the UK have a rate of infection that's more than 10 times that of any other country.

"If you look at the over 65s, which are the group where there are more deaths, then we have more cases there, and therefore more deaths in that age-group than any country in the world by a factor of 10."

His remarks are based on a draft report to the Department of Health from the influential steering group on healthcare-associated infection, which is currently out for consultation.

While the figures are based on English acute NHS trusts, Professor James said they were relevant to the whole of the UK. Professor Brendan Wren, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, told Panorama: "The deaths of 6,500 people a year is the equivalent of one person dying every hour in our hospitals."

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Tuesday, 22 April 2008

Father fined for overfilling bin

A father-of-four has been left with a criminal record for overfilling his wheelie bin by four inches.

Gareth Corkhill, 26, of Whitehaven, Cumbria, received a £110 fixed penalty notice after Copeland Council staff photographed his raised bin lid. When he refused to pay he was taken to court where magistrates added a further £115 to the fixed penalty. Copeland Council has defended its actions and pledged to continue to take action against overfilled wheelie bins.

Mr Corkhill, said: "First I heard of it was from a neighbour who said someone had taken a picture of my wheelie bin, but I thought nothing of it. "Two days later two enforcement officers turn up on my doorstep wearing stab vests, read my rights and then issued me with an on-the-spot fine. "I recycle and all my boxes are always full."

Mr Corkhill, who shares a house with his partner and three children and also has a child from a previous relationship, said the authority recently switched from weekly to fortnightly refuse collections, but added that the supplied bins were not big enough to cope.

He added: "I could not believe I had been fined for putting rubbish in a bin. "I tell my kids not to throw rubbish away and always use a bin." Whitehaven magistrates convicted Mr Corkhill in his absence of overfilling a receptacle used for waste.

In a statement the council said: "Copeland Borough Council will continue to crack down on the problem of overflowing bins, which cause problems for local residents and in the battle to reduce waste.

"It is important that we all reduce the amount of waste we send to landfill. "We can do this by recycling more of what is in our bins, and we would advise anyone who has a problem with too much waste to look at what can be recycled."


If it were me Mr Corkhill I would be making strident efforts to identify them. I would ensure they never forgot the day they fucked with me.

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Sunday, 20 April 2008

CNN Reporter Arrested in Central Park

For some reason, though news outlets did report the odd happenings in NYC Friday morning when CNN's resident arse tunneller Richard Quest was officially arrested for loitering and drug possession, from what I can tell, only the New York Post included the "kinky" elements in its article Saturday

Liverpool born CNN personality Richard Quest was busted in Central Park early yesterday with some drugs in his pocket, a rope around his neck that was tied to his genitals, and a sex toy in his boot, law-enforcement sources said.

Quest was initially busted for loitering, the source said. Aside from the oddly configured rope, the search also turned up a sex toy inside of his boot, and a small bag of methamphetamine in his left jacket pocket.

He was charged with loitering and criminal possession of a controlled substance. His unusual get-up didn't lead to a lewdness charge because he wasn't exposing himself, the police source said.

Now, take a look for reports by the New York Times, the Associated Press, Reuters, the New York Daily News, and the Seattle Times. See if you can find any reference to the rope or the sex toy.

None there, correct?

And this despite the following claims by CNN in his official bio:

Richard Quest is one of the most instantly recognizable members of the CNN team; covering an extensive range of breaking news and business stories, as well as feature programming, he has become one of the network’s highest profile presenters.

In fact, this month CNN is featuring Quest traveling the globe to meet some of the world's most honored women:

Join CNN's Richard Quest this month as he meets the most famous dames of them all in his "Quest for an Honour." Let's hope he leaves the rope home.

That said, why did news agencies other than the Post boycott the rope and the sex toy? And, will this be covered by television news agencies in the coming days?

Link to full Story..

Thanks to Gabrielle at NNN for the tip off on this story..

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Monday, 14 April 2008

Fewer updates

It may appear that I have been remiss in updating regularly but this is due to all my spare time and more besides being completely given over to helping with the local BNP election campaign hereabouts. So far we have leafleted the whole ward and now we must begin again with the election addresses then canvassing prior to the big day.

Quite frankly I am knackered already. I didn't realise how much is involved but ultimately I know it will have been worth it.

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Thursday, 10 April 2008

Bear this in mind...

Whether or not our children have a TOMORROW depends on what YOU have the GUTS to do TODAY.

Vote BNP on May 1st

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Australia Calling

Reported by Derrick MacThomas


A meeting of state and federal attorneys-general has set in motion a plan to ban what they call 'race hate' web sites. Of course, this is anything that promotes the survival of white people. Already some Australian Internet users have reported that their service providers have blocked access to sites such as Stormfront.

The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas for this week which features this story and more form down under can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
Here: Australia Calling Latest Edition.

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Wednesday, 9 April 2008

Soldier killed on the 26th March was SAS trooper

Right again. The British soldier reported killed on March 26th was a member of an active SAS unit.

A BBC article confirms what was reported here on March 26th regarding the announcement by the MoD.

"BBC Quote: A British soldier killed in Iraq two weeks ago turned out to be an SAS man. What does it say about British special forces in Iraq, and the Anglo-American coalition's chances of defeating insurgency?

The press release said simply: "It is with deep regret that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of a British soldier in Iraq today, 26 March 2008. The soldier died as a result of gunshot wounds sustained during a firefight in the early hours of this morning."

The soldier was from the SAS. The firefight also left four other SAS troopers injured. Two insurgents were killed but as many as nine civilians also died, including a four-month-old baby.

The engagement ended with an airstrike. The full story reveals a lot about the way the coalition is fighting the counter-insurgency war in Iraq - and the chances for eventual success.

MoD "sources" said the SAS man had died not in Basra, where most of the British troops in Iraq are based, but in Baghdad. In fact, this was untrue.

The soldier was killed further north, in a heavily Sunni area where a sizeable contingent of the SAS has been working in secret alongside American special forces.

The MoD has asked us (the BBC) not to give exact details of the location, so as not to compromise future missions, but it is clear that UK special forces have been operating far more extensively in Iraq than previously known.

Full BBC story...

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Monday, 7 April 2008

British Department for Work and Pensions Says Bigamy Is Okay

Not 'New News' but an article with links from and American website which covers and comments upon the recent revelation that the DWP has given the green light to additional benefit payments to polygamous islamic marriages despite bigamy being a criminal offence punishable by up to seven years in prison. The obvious question as to whether the DWP is complicit in the commission of an criminal offence notwithstanding. Who says crime doesn't pay?.

"If this report doesn't make you think you've just stepped into a pile of dog leavings (shite), probably nothing will.

Disregarding the fact that bigamy is punishable by seven years in prison, the British Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has ruled that multiple wives will be rewarded with extra benefits.

* Although bigamy is a crime in the UK, if polygamous marriages -- usually by Muslims -- take place in countries where such arrangements are legal, they are allowed here.
* And now men in such relationships can claim an extra £33.65 in income support for each additional wife -- on top of the weekly £92.80 payment made to traditional couples.There is also the reward of being eligible for additional housing benefit and council tax benefit to reflect the larger property needed for his family.

There is also the reward of being eligible for additional housing benefit and council tax benefit to reflect the larger property needed for his family.

Although nobody knows how many polygamous marriages exist in Britain, somebody guessed there may be as many as a thousand. Uh -- guess again, Karnak. I'd wager that the DWP just opened Pandora's Box.
And, while a married man cannot obtain a spouse visa to bring a second wife into Britain, some multiple partners may be able to enter the country via other legal routes such as tourist visas, student visas or work permits.

Opponents of the ruling claim the benefits system is now unacceptably treating people in different ways. It's also believed that the decision will put additional pressure on British lawmakers to bend over for every cultural norm that rides immigrants to the country.

I think it's de facto legalization of bigamous marriages, and I wonder if the British brain trusts thought about the fact that some cultures allow hundreds or more wives per husband, not just four as is with the Muslims.

By the way, polygamy reward program comes on the heels of the scandalous report that two-thirds of all Brits getting disability benefits are scamming the system. Just ducky".

Author: Mike Pechar

From the Interested Participant. Companion post at The Jawa Report. Also, see an article in The Sun.

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Sunday, 6 April 2008

UK Premiership to move....Overseas !!

England’s soccer Premiership has gone off the deep end. Not content with the minor lunacy of allowing a large number of foreigners into the game and the major lunacy of reducing indigenous English players to a minority in their own league, it is now frothing at the mouth, rolling its eyes, and howling at the moon with its latest piece of globalist insanity – a proposal to start playing Premiership games overseas! This is all driven, of course, by the frenzied desire to rake in yet more TV millions, push ‘the brand’ in faraway countries, and enjoy 5-star trips to the fleshpots of the East.

The proposal – that Premiership teams should play an extra game in an exotic overseas location – is clearly the thin end of the wedge, as Michel Platini, the President of UEFA and one of the plan’s staunchest critics pointed out: “In England, you already have no English coach, no English players and maybe now you will have no clubs playing in England,” he told reporters.

At present, each Premiership side plays one home and one away game against the other 19 teams in the league, giving a total of 38 games a season. The proposal calls for an extra 39th game to be played overseas, starting in season 2010-11. This would mean that teams would play one of their Premiership rivals three times in a season, while playing the others only twice. Such asymmetry creates an obvious flaw that could only be corrected by later expanding the roster of overseas games. This is apparently the long-term objective, and would amount to the final severing of the ‘English’ Premiership from its local English roots.

Despite downplaying the long term agenda, the Premiership’s proposal has attracted a firestorm of criticism, not only from UEFA and FIFA, the sport’s European and World governing bodies who have long viewed with horror the globalist tendencies of the English Premiership, but also from the British sports media and many players and managers.

Harry Redknapp, the manager of Portsmouth, mocked the proposal.
“Clubs could become like the Harlem Globetrotters,” he told reporters. “It will start with one game, and then next year or the year after, until eventually I can see us playing quite a few games in different parts of the world.”

Manchester United’s boss, Sir Alex Ferguson was scathing about the way in which the proposals were broached. “What disappoints me is (United chief executive) David Gill phoned me and said ‘keep this quiet, we are going to discuss it,’ and then it’s all over the papers this morning,” he complained. “They can’t keep their mouth shut down there. I think if they are going to do these things, they should have been enquiring and having discussions with managers and players before they come out with all this stuff and make an issue of it.”

Wigan’s manager, Steve Bruce, a former player under Sir Alex Ferguson also wondered about the proposal’s effect on his old boss: “It’s quite unbelievable, it gets everywhere, so I wouldn't be surprised,” he said. “Although there will be a few irate people. Can you imagine going to Fergie (Sir Alex Ferguson) and telling him, ‘by the way, you're not playing at home this week, you are playing in Japan’? I’d like to see it!”

While a lot of criticism of the proposal is generated by the added difficulties it will cause players and managers, some complaints are caused by the fact that the Premiership will, in effect, be stepping on the toes of other football associations and damaging local leagues in the target countries.

The Japan Football Association, which already protects its indigenous game by limiting the number of foreign players in team squads (three foreign players, or up to five including amateurs), was unenthusiastic. “It sounds problematic,” vice president Junji Ogura said. “We are, in principle, opposed to having Premier League games in Japan as we have to protect our league and clubs. In Japan, we don't allow anyone to play a match that involves only foreign clubs and no Japanese clubs.”

But despite the waves of criticism and centers of opposition, there is no guarantee that the madcap scheme will be defeated. Premiership games are broadcast to over 600 million homes in 202 countries worldwide. An estimated 1 billion people watched a game between Arsenal and Manchester United in November 2007. The Premiership’s income from the sale of overseas TV rights has increased from £178 million ($336 million) in 2001 to £625 million ($1,250 million) for the current deal running until 2010. Broadcaster NowTV even paid £100 million for the rights to Hong Kong alone.

The main salesman of the proposal, Richard Scudamore, the CEO of the Premiership, has also declared that he has already received a “torrent of offers” from cities keen to stage games.

FIFA, the international governing body will consider the matter at the next meeting of its Executive Committee on 14 March in Zurich, and recent comments by President FIFA Sepp Blatter apparently leave little room for compromise. “This will never happen, at least as long as I am the president of FIFA,” he told the BBC recently.

But with this kind of money on the table, rules can be bent, jurisdictions outflanked, and governing bodies challenged in court or by government. This is something that Scudamore has already hinted at, stating that approval by the English Football Association would be sufficient to make the proposal a reality.

Blatter’s attempts to mobilize opposition both within the FA, by stating that the proposal would harm England’s plans to host the 2018 World Cup, and among English fans, suggest his position may ultimately be weaker than he would like. Furthermore, much that looks like criticism and opposition now might actually look like holding out for a payoff or a slice of the cake later on.

So, in the not so distant future, English soccer fans may well have to get used to watching games on TV at unusual hours, played by teams called ‘Manchester United,’ ‘Chelsea,’ or ‘Wigan,’ with the foreign faces in the stands matching the foreign ones on the field.

Article source...

I highlight this story not because I am a football fan, I am not. I do so because it yet one more symptomatic example of our overall National decline.

Personally I don't care if they play on the moon. Anyone over the age of majority who finds it necessary to play running, jumping, kicking games or any other sporting pursuit, excluding shooting or fishing, into adulthood is suffering from arrested development. If one were to run about the street playing chuff chuffs or making engine noises and emulating driving a car or holding ones arms outstretched pretending to be an airplane one would quite rightly be locked up. Throw a ball in and for some reason it is all now regarded as normal adult behaviour ????????..

But, what really 'grinds my gears' is the obscene amounts of money these inept work shy arse tunnellers are paid for essentially doing nothing of any worth whatsoever, whilst ordinary decent British men and women work themselves into an early grave just to place food on the family table.

Premiership to move overseas?. Fuck off then........ and take your stinking foreign menagerie with you.

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Immigration creating unemployment amongst our young

An article in today’s Sunday Telegraph confirms something the BNP news team already knows. Anecdotal evidence from our correspondents - from Somerset to Tyneside and from Kent to Ulster - has suggested for several years now that our fellow citizens, particularly our youngsters and women seeking part-time employment, are finding it increasingly difficult to get jobs. In addition, when they do find employment wages are seldom much above the national minimum wage. All of which is excellent news for captains of industry and commerce and for their shareholders – but extremely bad news for our fellow citizens seeking work and taxpayers in general, who fund the benefits system!

The Sunday Telegraph article begins:-

“Since 2004, when citizens of eight central and eastern European countries were given the right to work in Britain, the number of UK-born people working here has fallen by 500,000, from 24.4 million to 23.9 million.

Over the period, the number of migrants in work, including people born abroad but now naturalised as British citizens, rose by 1.1 million - to 3.3 million. They now make up one in eight of the workforce.

The figures, from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), provide the strongest evidence yet that Britons have lost their jobs to immigrants, says a leading expert on immigration.

Robert Rowthorn, a Cambridge University professor who uncovered the findings, said: “It seems hard to deny that immigration from the new EU member states has had a negative impact on the employment of UK natives.”


“The percentage of working-age, UK-born Britons in work fell from a peak of 75.7 in 2003, the year before European Union enlargement, to 75.2 in 2007. Part of the fall could be attributed to employers directly replacing British workers with migrants, particularly in agriculture, factories and low-skilled service-sector jobs.

However, Prof Rowthorn said the most likely victims were British-born school-leavers who had never had a job, having failed to find the kind of casual work they might have walked into a few years ago.”

There is of course another facet of immigration that affects our young people in particular. Young couples are finding it increasingly difficult to either rent or buy a home of their own. Such is the scale of immigration that demand is pushing both rents and mortgages out of the reach of the young - a problem compounded by migrant fuelled low wages and unemployment!

Immigration – what is it good for? Very little – unless you happen to be an unscrupulous employer or leader of one or other of the Establishment parties, ever more dependent upon the migrant vote!

Full story.......

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Tuesday, 1 April 2008

Australia Calling

Reported by Derrick MacThomas


One in nine of the African refugees imported by the Australian Government is committing a crime each year. The next criminally inclined racial group is the Lebanese, among whom one in 20 is convicted of a crime each year.

The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas for this week which features this story and more form down under can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
Here: Australia Calling Latest Edition.

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Lieutenant John Thornton and Marine David Marsh killed in Afghanistan

Two brave British soldiers sacrificed to global zionism.

Marine David 'Dave' Marsh

Lieutenant John 'JT' Thornton RM

It is with deep sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the deaths of Lieutenant John Thornton and Marine David Marsh, both of 40 Commando Royal Marines, in southern Afghanistan on Sunday 30 March 2008.

Just after 1653 hours local time, the Marines were conducting a patrol in the vicinity of Kajaki, Helmand province, when the vehicle they were travelling in was caught in an explosion. Medical treatment was provided prior to both being evacuated to the field hospital at Camp Bastion. Despite the best efforts of the medical team, both sadly died as a result of their wounds.

"Marine Dave Marsh or 'Comedy Dave' was an outstanding character and a true 'Bootneck'. Committed to his family and work, socially he was always there to lift spirits when times were hard. An all round hoofing Bootneck it has been an honour to work with him and call him a friend. His tragic death is a huge loss to everyone who had the pleasure to know him." Quote: Sergeant Darren 'Daz' Joyce, Fire Support Group Troop Sergeant, Charlie Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines.

"Describing Lieutenant John Thornton, 'JT' as an 'awesome bloke' is a gross understatement. If he could help in any way, he would, no matter the request. I remember during training he worked out that our Survival Exercise was going to be near his house and using true Commando initiative he and a select few managed a shower and BBQ at his house. "'JT' was an incredible young man who was an exceptional Royal Marine Officer and an unforgettable friend. He will be sorely missed." Quote: Lieutenant Alex Nixon RM, 40 Commando Royal Marines.

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