Monday, 31 August 2009

News from the agricultural district

Farewell:- Paul Peccioli

Arise:- Paul Tarrant

My good friend The General relates to me gossip from the agricultural district that disgraced former district councilor Paul Peccioli who was convicted of holding a woman prisoner in her own home and then pursuing her in a high speed car chase after she tried to escape is now to be found, if so desired, lurking behind his new name of Paul Tarrant. report.

My November 2008 post.

Thanks for the heads up General..

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Congratulations Hal Turner

Hal Turner receiving his FBI long service award.

Attorney: FBI trained NJ blogger to incite others.


A New Jersey blogger facing charges in two states for allegedly making threats against lawmakers and judges was trained by the FBI on how to be deliberately provocative, his attorney said Tuesday.

Hal Turner worked for the FBI from 2002 to 2007 as an "agent provocateur" and was taught by the agency "what he could say that wouldn't be crossing the line," defense attorney Michael Orozco said.

"His job was basically to publish information which would cause other parties to act in a manner which would lead to their arrest," Orozco said.

Prosecutors have acknowledged that Turner was an informant who spied on radical right-wing organizations, but the defense has said Turner was not working for the FBI when he allegedly made threats against Connecticut legislators and wrote that three federal judges in Illinois deserved to die.

"But if you compare anything that he did say when he was operating, there was no difference. No difference whatsoever," Orozco said.

Special Agent Ross Rice, a spokesman for the FBI in Chicago, said he would not comment on or even confirm Turner's relationship with the FBI.

Orozco spoke to reporters after a court hearing in Hartford on Tuesday. Turner, 47, of North Bergen, N.J., did not appear, because he is in federal custody in Illinois. His arraignment on the Connecticut charges was rescheduled to Oct. 19.

In June, Turner urged his readers to "take up arms" against Connecticut lawmakers and suggested government officials should "obey the Constitution or die," because he was angry over legislation _ later withdrawn _ that would have given lay members of Roman Catholic churches more control over their parish's finances.

He wrote in Internet postings the same month that the Illinois federal appeals judges "deserve to be killed" because they issued a ruling that upheld ordinances in Chicago and suburban Oak Park banning handguns. He included their photos and the room numbers of their chambers at the courthouse.

Orozco officially joined Turner's defense team in the Connecticut case on Tuesday, with approval from Superior Court Judge David Gold. Orozco said his Newark, N.J.-based firm has been representing Turner for the past five years, including during his FBI informant years.

Turner's Connecticut attorney, Matthew R. Potter, said it's too early to tell which trial will move forward first. Orozco said he plans First Amendment defenses in both cases.

Randall Samborn, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office in Chicago, said the office would not comment on Orozco's statements.

See my January 2008 post 'Is Hal Turner a Fed'.

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Irish blood, English heart, this I'm made of
There is no-one on earth I'm afraid of
And no regime can buy or sell me

I've been dreaming of a time when
To be English is not to be baneful
To be standing by the flag not feeling
Shameful, racist or partial

Irish blood, English heart, this I'm made of
There is no-one on earth I'm afraid of
And I will die with both my hands untied

I've been dreaming of a time when
The English are sick to death of Labour
And Tories, and spit upon the name of Oliver Cromwell
And denounce this royal line that still salute him
And will salute him forever

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Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Entire Town in Romania Lives off UK Benefit Fraud

Story by BNP News Team

Soft touch Britain, created by successive Tory and Labour regimes, has generated so many foreign scroungers that an entire town in Romania lives off benefit fraud, an investigation has revealed.

According to a report in The Times newspaper, an estimated £1 billion a year is defrauded from the benefits and tax credits system, with tens of millions of pounds lost to organised crime.

There is, according to the newspaper, “mounting concern about the high proportion of fraudulent claims orchestrated by traffickers which are being rubber-stamped after only the most basic checks.”

The investigation revealed that many of the suspects behind this fraud can be traced to Tandarei, a town of 15,000 people in eastern Romania which includes a 2,000-strong gypsy population.

“Over the past five years, previously rundown neighbourhoods have inexplicably prospered,” reports The Times.

According to the paper, the “minor economic boom has seen 100 imposing new homes built, valued at about £20 million. BMWs and Land Rovers with British number plates cruise the dusty streets.”

According to British police sources, this new-found wealth is the proceeds of crime sent back from the UK, Spain and Italy. The source of this money is human trafficking, street crime and benefit fraud.

It is easy for scroungers to tap into the benefits system in Britain, as claims can be made by the self-employed who have National Insurance numbers and by those who have worked in the country for 12 months.

As Britain is signed up to the freedom of movement EU legislation, and was the only country not to impose restrictions on the movement of new EU member citizens into Britain, tens of thousands of Gypsies have been able to move freely into this country.

According to The Times, these gangs use a variety of forged documents to “prove” adults are eligible for benefits and then bring in street children from Gypsy camps in Romania to boost their benefit claims.

Child benefit and tax credits for children can be claimed even if the children are not in the country, but the presence of a trafficked child means extra housing benefits and additional tax credits.

“Many of the families who have had their claims rubber-stamped by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and HM Revenue & Customs have never worked in this country and are not entitled to benefits,” reported The Times.

“The Metropolitan police began an investigation because of concern about the increase in crime involving Romanians after the country’s accession to the EU — more than 1,000 offences were recorded in the first six months of 2007, compared with 168 in the whole of 2006,” continued that paper.

“In January 2008, police made well-publicised raids on 16 addresses used by the traffickers, discovering homes crammed with young children who had been trained in street crime.”

This crime will continue until Britain’s benefits system is overhauled to prevent the sort of abuse which has developed due to decades of liberal Tory and Labour misrule.

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Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Australia Calling

Reported by Derrick MacThomas


A plan to give power companies the ability and authority to turn power to your home off and on at their whim has been exposed. This is the government's plan for how to deal with the consequences of lack of investment in infrastructure.

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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The shape of things to come in Britain?.

LACounty $48 Million Monthly Anchor Baby Tab

Taxpayers in America's most populous county dished out nearly $50 million in a single month to cover only the welfare costs of illegal immigrants, representing a whopping $10 million increase over the same one-month period two years ago.

In June 2009 alone Los Angeles County spent $48 million ($26 million in food stamps and $22 million in welfare) to provide just two of numerous free public services to the children of illegal aliens, which will translate into an annual tab of nearly $600 million for the cash-strapped county.
The figure doesn’t even include the exorbitant cost of educating, medically treating or incarcerating illegal aliens in the sprawling county of about 10 million residents. Los Angeles County annually spends more than $1 billion for those combined services, including $400 million for healthcare and $350 million for public safety.

The recent single-month welfare figure was obtained from the county’s Department of Social Services and made public by a county supervisor (Michael Antonovich) who assures illegal immigration continues to have a “catastrophic impact on Los Angeles County taxpayers.” The veteran lawmaker points out that 24% of the county’s total allotment of welfare and food stamp benefits goes directly to the children of illegal aliens—known as anchor babies—born in the United States.

A former fifth-grade history teacher who has served on the county’s board for nearly three decades, Antonovich has repeatedly come under fire for publicizing statistics that confirm the devastation illegal immigration has had on the region. Antonovich represents a portion of the county that is roughly twice the size of Rhode Island and has about 2 million residents.

Numerous other reports have documented the enormous cost of illegal immigration on a national level. Just last year a renowned economist, who has thoroughly researched the impact of illegal immigration, published a book breaking down the country’s $346 billion annual cost to educate, jail, medically treat and incarcerate illegal aliens throughout the U.S.

Full Story..

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Monday, 10 August 2009