23.5.06

The PC Crowd cont.

On 25 June 2007, the journalist and broadcaster, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, who arrived here from Uganda in 1972, said this in The Independent:

"For many years, those who should have held him back from his impulses and excesses were too in awe of his powerful image, too grateful to him personally for the New Labour victory, too susceptible to the charm he turned on with such alarming ease. And we - black and Asian Britons - genuflected even more humbly before this messiah come to deliver us from the horrid Tories. I confess I was one of them."

"We black and Asian Britons genuflected even more humbly before this messiah come to deliver us from the horrid NATIVE BRITS".

That’s what you meant, isn’t it, Yazzer?

"When Blair came into power, Britons seemed to be at ease with racial difference."

Not me and most of the rest, Yaz. We never wanted you here and, to be perfectly frank, if you all f***ed off tomorrow, we'd blow you racially different types a kiss on the way out.

"And, believe it or not, with immigration."

Nope, don’t believe it, Yazzer. You’re a liar, or you’re stark raving bonkers if you think we Brits ever fell for the "immigration is good for you", PC b***ocks. Anybody who ever wanted a bunch of jumped-up Brit-loathers like you piling into their country, sneering at us, ethnically cleansing us out of our own ancient stamping grounds and taking all the top and bottom jobs, is an immigrant themselves, as nuts and nasty as you, a slithery-up-the-greasy-pole jobsworth or a suicidal lemming.

"Britishness itself was finally changing and opening up to its many-hued citizens, too long kept at the fringes."

“Kept at the fringes” like you, Diane Abbot, Oona King, Trevor Philips and all the pop stars, newsreaders and football players you mean?

"The Stephen Lawrence inquiry (one of a few admirable New Labour race initiatives) made white Britain wake up to the evil of racism."

Ah the Brit-bash knobkerry par excellence. Here’s a bit of factual “evil” for you, Yazzer. If you were to extrapolate the stats in the 2001 Census with those in the 2005 British Crime Survey, you would find that, in Britain, an individual black person is 110 times more likely to murder an individual white person than the other way around. An individual Asian is 20.5 times more likely. And the facts and figures in the 2005 BCS were compiled before one black man and three Asians blew up 52 people in London.

I think you would have to agree that these British dead would not be figuring in your “admirable New Labour race initiatives” equation, now would they, Yazzer?

"The BNP was moribund, and an NOP survey I had commissioned for the Institute for Public Policy Research, and another larger poll by Mori, found immigration and race were low on the list of anxieties for the electorate."

It wasn’t "low on the list of anxieties" for this elector, Yaz.

I admit things have been revving up in recent times but when millions of unwanted foreigners flood into your country and start taking everything your ancestors willed to you, you are liable to start looking for electoral alternatives, you know.

"After the first term, our society shifted into… dangerous fragmentation and unwarranted paranoia."

We started fragmenting as soon as the Windrush arrived in 1948. In fact we started fragmenting in 1941 when the Yanks started sha**ing everything in a dress whilst we were away fighting on behalf of Big Business and the New World Order. By the time of the Nottingham and Notting Hill riots, we were well jigsawed.

As for the “unwarranted paranoia”. ‘Scuse me, Yaz, but I get paranoid every time you say things like “I want them (white men) to be the lost species in a hundred years”.

Whether such paranoia is unwarranted, well, if you knew that we Brit Nats were planning to genocide your lot, wouldn’t you be a tad concerned?

"The Leader promoted imperial fantasies while embracing reassuring black people such as Trevor Phillips."

Yeah, I loathe him for the imperial fantasies and Trevor-up-the-bum bit, too, Yaz.

"Coalitions of activists disintegrated, and with encouragement from politicians, each sub-group now competed to be the most oppressed, Muslims in particular. Before Blair there was no Islamophobia, only racism."

I’m going to whisper this, Yazzer. IT’S THE JEWS. They don’t like it when a golden horde of Jew-haters start acting up in their direction. Even when it was, in large part, their own anti-Brit antics that got the hordes over here in the first place.

You don't ever want to p*** off a Jew like Desmond or a Zionist like Murdoch if you want to stay healthy in Brit-Bash Land, Yaz. And you've got to admit, the Abduls haven't exactly been playing ball in this area in recent times, now have they?

"The left supported immigration and abhorred the victimisation of incomers."

But, interestingly, they never seemed to abhor the "victimisation" of the indigenous. You know, all those old, white ladies who kept on getting mugged by the black types and all those young, white girls who kept getting drugged up, raped and turned to prostitution by the black and brown types.

"Now these comrades became the enemies of migration."

What, you mean like the Billy Bragg, UAF, Love Music, Hate Racism lot?

Nah. Honestly, Yaz, you aren't half full of sh**e sometimes.

"The alchemist Blair mixed right-wing populism with left-wing platitudes; rabid capitalism with moral purpose; illiberalism with patriotic posturing, religious fervour with global politics, expediency with ethics...

Blair presents himself as a noble, steadfast leader, too good for his people and the feral press, a tragic Christian figure whose one unpopular decision wiped away the extraordinary record he leaves which one day we will truly appreciate. He stoops to conquer our misgivings and cynicism. Don't let him. He has broken up our nation."

Good. Just goes to show, even a genocidal immigrant like Yazzer can get it right once in a while.

"Under his tent we squabble and terrorise each other."

Er, under his tent WE squabble and YOU terrorise, actually, Yaz.

"The divisions have deepened between black and white Britons; between peoples of various faiths, between them and atheists, the rich and poor, devolved nations, settled folk and migrants, children and society, the powerful and powerless citizens, town and country, the EU and us, the Middle East and us.

The major reason for this becoming so noticeable now is because it’s happening in the leafy suburbs and not just the no-account tenements."

When you’ve got 22 Rumanian Gypos living on one side of you, 50 Pakistani postal voters living on the other side and a bejewelled Jamaican Yardie living across the street, even the dimmest “I’m not racist but” is liable to go looking for a bit of real, Stormfront-type truth once in a while.

Thus, when the unknown reality is emerging elsewhere anyway, the media is forced to climb aboard the bandwagon. This, in turn, ratchets up the division that has, in fact, been there all along.

PC destroyers like you could get away with the pretense that everything was happy-clappy in La-La land as long as brute, immigrant behaviour remained in the inner cities. Now that it's everywhere, well, those with cash and clout always squeal the loudest, don't they?

You've been rumbled, I'm afraid, but not for the reasons you cite. Although I must admit, when you go a-slaughtering innocent Abduls in the East on behalf of sinister Jewish Neocons in the West, the Abduls in your own back yard are liable to want to revenge themselves upon the odd, innocent Brit. And when they do, in an age when leafy suburbia is waking up to the threat to themselves, the powers-that-be were always going to get stuck in on behalf of their own, weren't they?

Leafy suburbian anxiety + Iraq? Sorry Yaz, when the elephant in the room is, actually, standing on upper crust bunions, the quiet bit of the secret war is over, I'm afraid.

"And then there is Iraq, our undying shame."

Iraq is the "undying shame" of certain media darlings. Tony B, New Labour and the Tories, actually, Yazzer. Oh, and the sheeple voters that maintain these in power. All shades of British Nationalism were totally against the war.

"The impenitent PM claims the illegal adventure would have been another jewel in his crown if only the post-war chaos had been better managed by the US. He claimed he had no choice. But he did. European nations did, and most chose to do the right thing. More than 700,000 Iraqis so far have been killed because our divinely inspired PM worships the US, had to punish Arabs - any Arabs - for the acts of 11 September, and still believes the massacred innocents on the killing fields of Iraq die for the best cause ever. That position has lost this country any moral authority in world affairs."

For a Ugandan-Asian a***hole, that was remarkably well put, Yazzer.

"And left us looking deceitful and corrupt."

There you go again, Yazzer! All that sh** left Tony and the Cronies looking deceitful and corrupt, NOT US"

"Even in the build-up to the fight against British imperialism, when subject nations knew the perfidious cunning of Albion, the reputation of this country was upheld by its most vocal detractors."

Hmm. Our top turds have always been creepy but at least as much of their creepiness was aimed at the poor and working-class over here as it was against the fuzzy-wuzzy, the whirling dervish and the eastern potentate types, that’s for sure.

"Blair has taken us as low as we can go. Brown let him. Now the new PM expects to break from the ignoble decade and raise us up with resonant words. The desperate nation is once more vulnerable to the bringer of good hope. Careful now, hold back, stay alert and don't be swept away this time. Blair never learnt any lessons, but we must."

We must, Yazzer, we must. However, as the lessons WE must learn are rather different to the ones the PC Crowd would be interested in, I'll let the newcomers to this blog check out how one high profile journalist, a former board member of the Brit-loathing Runnymede Trust no less, has expressed her gratitude to those who gave her sanctuary over the years:

"There is an underlying assumption that says white is right. There is a white panic every time one part of their world seems to be passing over to anyone else. But it's foolish to panic about it. So what if we do become a majority? What difference does it make? The empire strikes back really.

There was this extraordinary assumption that white people could go and destroy peoples and it would have no consequence. It astounds me."

"The making and remaking of any nation is not an easy task, and you need real guts and conviction to press on with it. This country has never appreciated the extraordinary contributions of immigrants... the need to make a new social contract between all the citizens and the state so that we know what we stand for".

"Hundreds of thousands of true sons and daughters of this great nation stormed into London to sound off about how deprived they are and how they feel victims of prejudice so bad that, according to the Prince of Wales, they are even worse off than blacks and gays. How intolerable! My heart breaks at the thought of those poor, flushed apple cheeks of country Brits as they watch us blacks and those queers overtaking them in the gallop to privilege...

Oh I hear you yelping all right... Are those who object to my thinking absolutely sure that the Countryside Alliance really would like multiracial Britain to invade its pure little village? Would they welcome a beautiful temple or mosque to stand with the small church spires if a substantial number of us did manage to sneak in by cheating estate agents?... Most shameful of all have been the recent outbursts over asylum centres in countryside locations."

"Bit by bit, the very essence of Britishness is being transformed... I will... spend my life helping to make a more inclusive and dynamic new nation, instead of making do with the decaying remnants of a long gone past."

"Xenophobia and imperial arrogance lurk inside most white Britons".

"Until the people of this country can apologise for their imperial past, none of us can move on".

"Jack Straw... has said something that one can almost agree with... On GMTV last Sunday, Mr Straw asserted that much of the disgraceful behaviour of English hooligans abroad came out of a distorted sense of patriotism bound up with the 'baggage of empire'."

"Once, I'd have applauded anybody who publicly humiliated the English. Now, I feel more disquiet than wicked delight".

"The numbers of refugees coming to Britain has been going down substantially since 1997." (As of 2005, during the previous six years, Britain had taken in an average of 157,000 known immigrants every year. This does not include around 350,000 foreign "students" or the illegal immigrants that we don't know about)

"We must never underestimate the power of racism and xenophobia to influence resentful whites left behind in this bright, new, zappy digital age."

And yet, the lady can admit to this:

"Rightly or wrongly quite a lot of us (Asian women) believe that in order to fulfil our lives it just won't be possible if we marry an Asian man who however egalitarian before marriage very often becomes extremely sexist afterwards... More and more black and Asian and Chinese people will be marrying whites and each other. There is no stopping this, it seems to me."

After this acknowledgement of the merit of "whites", she goes on to say:

"I hope it makes this country become more comfortable with its hybridity as a national characteristic."

In other words: "Bring on the melting-pot, sister. Let's get those Anglo-Saxon coils shuffled off!"

And then there was this:

"If I were a white pensioner living on a street in Bradford where Asian men, braggarts and brawlers, pimps and dealers, had taken over, of course I would reach out for the meanest part of me and hate the whole lot of them.

The endless stories of Albanian and Turkish warring gangs; of black men and gun crimes; of hideously deformed mullahs who think they have the right to incite, in the house of God, young Muslim men to hate; and Algerians accused of making poisons and killing policemen, have created a new anger and hostility to our presence across British society".

Finally, during the 4th of June, 2006, edition of Dateline London, Gavin Essler posed this question:

"What's wrong with white guys, by the way?"

To which Alibhai-Brown replied:

"I don't like them. I want them to be the lost species in 100 years".

Alibhai-Brown is pictured below alongside one of her books which features a black Queen on the front cover.



Alibhai-Brown was awarded an MBE in 2001 "for services to journalism".


Billy Bragg insists he is an Englishman.

(I Am An Englishman - http://harpmagazine.com/articles/det...rticle_id=1683)

And yet, he tells us that "my mother’s father was born in Italy, and my wife’s father was born in Spain".

And, with that great, long conk of his, it does make one wonder whetherhis mam'sancestors originated somewhere other than Italy, doesn't it?


In the 18th of June, 2006, edition of Sunday AM, Andrew Marraskedthis Englishman, at the time of the World Cup, which flag was "fluttering above his house".

Bragg replied:

"Above my house is the Trinidad and Tobago flag. My wife was born in Trinidad, my son is supporting Trinidad and Tobago…

Nobody complains if we sometimes change our loyalties".


Hmm. Anyone out there agree with this?

Anyone white Brits out there want an Italian Englishman, whose familysupport Trinidad and Tobago and "change their loyalties" once in a while, living next door to them?

Didn't think so.


Actually, seeing as Bragg lives in urban Dorset, I shouldn't think he's too keen on being swamped by aliens either.

That's stuff'sfor another kind of Englishman.

One who's not the least bit like him.

Pictured belowis a very modern kind of Englishman:




Here are the lyrics of the Billy Bragg song, Take Down The Union Jack:

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with the sunset
And put it in the attic
With the Emperor’s old clothes
When did it fall apart ?
Sometime in the 80’s
When the good and the great
Gave way to the greedy and the mean

Britain isn’t cool you know
And it’s really not that great
It’s not a proper country
It doesn’t even have a patron saint
It’s just an economic union
That’s past its sell-by date
Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with the sunset

And ask our Scottish neighbours
If independence looks any good
‘Cos they just might understand
How to take an abstract notion
Of personal identity
And turn it into nationhood
Is this the 19th Century
That I’m watching on TV ?
The dear old Queen of England
Handing out those MBE’s
Member of the British Empire
That doesn’t sound too good to me

Gilbert and George
Are taking the piss aren’t they ?
Gilbert and George are taking the piss
What could be more British than
"Here's a picture of me bum"
Gilbert and George are taking the piss
Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with the sunset

And pile up all those history books
But don’t throw them away
‘Cos they just might have a clue
About what it really means
To be an Anglo hyphen Saxon
In England-dot-Co-dot-UK
To be an Anglo hyphen Saxon
In England-dot-Co-dot-UK


If you want to know what an Englishman who thinks Billy Bragg is about as English as your average long-nosed Anglo-Italian with a West Indian wife, who doesn't like us much, go here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/





Tony Blair was considering Chris Bryant for a Cabinet position when, just like Ron Davies, his unnatural inclinations got the better of his career prospects.

He advertised himself on the cruising website Gaydar.co.uk wearing only a pair of underpants.


"I’d love to meet for a good long f**k," he said.

"I’m sorry this has happened," Bryant said after his want of roger became public knowledge. He added, somewhat unfortunately:

"I will not myself be distracted from standing up for the people of the Rhondda."

Presumably, Bryant thinks a bloke like himself would make a great parent.

I wonder what little Julian would think of "mummy" if they discovered his gaydar ad and photo in the knicker drawer.

By that time, I guess they'd, probably, think mummy's nob hunger was normal.

Or wicked at least.

On the 25th of January 2006, The Independent reported thus:

"The Government will bring forward proposals to resolve the dispute over adoption by gay couples next week, Prime Minister Tony Blair said today.

Reports today suggested that Mr Blair had 'caved in' to Cabinet colleagues who do not want to see any exemption for Catholic adoption agencies from new regulations which will require them to offer babies to same-sex couples... Blair said...

'I have always personally been in favour of the right of gay couples to adopt. Our priority will always be the welfare of the child... How do we protect the principle of ending discrimination against gay people and at the same time protect those vulnerable children who at the present time are being placed through, and after-care provided by, Catholic agencies'...

The leader of Roman Catholics in England and Wales Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, backed by his Scottish bishops and Church of England leaders, has called for Catholic adoption agencies to be granted an exemption.

He was accused of blackmail after warning that the agencies, which handle around a third of voluntary sector adoptions, could be forced to close because they would refuse to hand over babies to homosexual couples.

Mr Blair and community Secretary Ruth Kelly were reported to back the exemption but have faced public resistance to it from cabinet colleagues including Lord Falconer, Peter Hain and Alan Johnson.

Unconfirmed reports suggested last night that the opponents of a Catholic exemption had secured agreement from Mr Blair that the church agencies would instead be offered a limited transition period before being required to comply with the anti-discrimination law. Mr Blair's official spokesman this morning declined to say whether such a compromise had been reached.

The issue was not discussed at Cabinet this morning, he added.

The spokesman said that a key issue in discussions was the aftercare provided by Catholic agencies to adoptive parents to help them deal with the demands of raising disabled or disturbed children.

That care did not cease after a matter of weeks but continued for some time, and the Prime Minister was eager to ensure that it was not suddenly cut off by any change in the law, explained the spokesman.

"When you are dealing with hard-case kids, you do need to ensure that the aftercare continues," he said. "There is a body of expertise which has been built up which the Prime Minister is very, very keen not to see dissipated."

The spokesman declined to comment on whether the PM had "caved in" to opponents within the cabinet.

He added: "He hopes that we achieve consensus which achieves the two objectives we have set out - that we get an end to discrimination and that these children get the help they need."






CHRIS BRYANT







This is David Lammy:




After arriving in parliament via a by-election, David Lammy, the New Labour MP for Tottenham was promoted with such indecent haste by Tony Blair that he only had time to sign 27 Early Day Motions.

When you consider that some backbench MPs have signed over 10,000 such EDMs without ever having had a sniff of a ministerial job, you can see how keen Our Dear Leader was to have a black bloke ascend the greasy pole as quickly as his good offices would allow.

Indeed, in July, 2000, the month after Lammy arrived in Westminster, Tony Blair said this at a meeting ofnon-indigenous business leaders:

"One day, yes, one day, there will be a black Prime Minister."

Unfortunately, as soon as Lammy got to the dispatch box his ineptitude was embarassingly obvious and he has been shuffled throughout various departments without being able to get much of a toehold anywhere.

Still, last time I checked he was a Parliamentary Secretary at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport so TB has obviouly not given up completely on his brown-eyed boy.

One can serve as a PPS, by the way,without having to pretend to thesemblance of adequacy on the floor of the House that is generally thought necessary.

Anyway, 27 EDMs isn't much to go on, if you want to figure out whose side this fellow is on.

However, within the various Motions that Lammy did sign, he managed to get the obligatoryreference to Stephen Lawrence in the frame.

He also told us that he wanted to "promote the abundance of talent from within the UK's ethnic minority communities".

He also wantedus plebsto beware of those who "seek to incite or encourage, blatantly or covertly, racial hatred, prejudice and discrimination" and he alsowanted us to be careful not to "caused hurt and distress to many residents from all cultures and backgrounds".

He also said that he wanted prospectivecandidates for election to"to observe the Commission for Racial Equality's Compact".

The Commission for Racial Equalityis headed byTrevor Philips, who is also black.

Phillips is not a lonely ethnic at the CRE, itis peopled by all manner of non-indigenous types. Their self-designated role in life, it sems, is to shuffle off the mortal coil of ye olde British dinosaur, who, just a few short years back, gave them and their forbears sanctuary here, as quickly as possible.

Anyway, it's pretty obvious where Tony B's golden brown boy is coming from, don't you think?

As regards his voting record, he has NEVER voted against the wishes of his Lord and Master.

Thus, in January, 2006, he voted several times to introduce yet another race and religion law designed, supposedly, to protect the Muslims from nastiness. In reality, however, it's just another legislative device to stifle free speech and bash those Brits who don't take the hint.

Telling too much of the truth that New Labour and the PC crowd want kept hidden is a criminal offence these days.

So, what do we know about David Lammy?

We know that the few EDMs that he signed signify thathe is as on-message as any other tinted parliamentarian when it comes to pro-immigrant, anti-British stuff. We know that, in January, 2006, he voted for a new bunch of race/religion law designed to bear down even more of the native inhabitants of this country. We know thathe signed an EDM mentioning Stephen Lawrence and we also know that hemanaged to get a reference into the murder of Damilola Taylorwhilst he was doing his minor ministerial bit on the floor of theHouse of Commons.


Here a few things that Lammy never bothered to mention in parliament or register his disapproval of in an EDM:


On the 11th of August, 2004, Tottenham resident, Bernard Hegarty, was stabbed repeatedly in a "frenzied" street attack and died in the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, 5 days later.

Bernard had made the mistake of resisting an armed mugger whilst he was out on his lunch break.

Career criminal and drug addict, Christopher Olokun, who killed Bernard, is black.


In September, 2004, father-of-two, Kevin Molloy, was stabbed to death in a random attack in Tottenham.

24-year-old immigrant, Daniel Gonzales, murdered four other British people without reason or provocationin September, 2004.


On the 2nd of December, 2003, a failed asylum-seeker who arrived in England from the Congo in 1999, with his wife and two children, was jailed for raping a mother-of-three in Tottnham.

Linkoy Muhuri was HIV-positive at this time.

The woman he attacked was counselling him regarding his HIV status at the time of the rape.

The AIDS counsellor said:

"He was like an animal. I could not believe he would do this to me after what we had been talking about".

At Muhuri's trial, the judge imprisonedhim for 10 years and recommended that he be deported to the Congo on his release. However, as therewill bevery little in the way ofmedical treatment for AIDS available for him in the Congo,British law will insist that he isnot removed from Britain after he has served his sentence.

His family has been allowed to stay here on compassionate grounds so they can visit him.


What follows is a selection of commonplace criminality that the citzens of Tottenham have, nowadays,to cope with on aregular basis.

David Lammy has never mentioned any of the following incidentsin parliament. Nor has he mentioned thousands of similar crimes committed in his constituency since he became an MP.

In October, 1996, a 21-year-old man was walking along the Tottenham High road when a six-strong gang of black teenagers attacked him from behind and stabbed him in the head, back and arm.

What did they want?

His sheepskin jacket.

In December, 1997, "The Woman in Black" attacked a 76-year-old woman in Tottenham High Road.

The pensioner was left with a broken hip and arm and bruises to her head.

The Woman in Black is, wouldn't you just know it, black.

In February, 1998, two men were slashed with an 18in machete in the Seven Sisters Snooker Centre in Tottenham.

The two attackers then ransacked the club and stole the takings.

Both of them were black.

In July, 1998, a man was discovered in Tottenham with a 24-inch kebab blade embedded in his back.

Two black men and one of "Mediterranean appearance" were responsible for the attack upon this man.

In December, 1998, a pizza delivery man was stabbed and very seriously injured by a woman he was having an argument with in Tottenham.

On the 12th of January, 1999, 70-year-old Ada Newland was hit from behind, knocked to the ground and mugged of her pension just yards from her own front door in Tottenham.

Ada had to have all but one of her teeth removed and a plate put into her jaw to keep it in place.

Her assailant was black.

In September, 1999, a 71-year-old pensioner was threatened with violence and stabbed by a woman of Mediterranean appearance.

In November, 1999, an 87-year-old pensioner was pulled to the ground and mugged by a black man in Tottenham.

She was left with a dislocated shoulder

In December, 1999, a 66-year-old pensioner was punched, kicked to the ground and robbed of £150 by two black men in Tottenham.

His wrist was broken in the attack.

In December, 1999, 78-year-old Violet Collis was punched in the back by a black man and landed face first on her concrete doorstep.

She was then jumped upon by her attacker who made off with her handbag which contained £6.

In February, 2000, a 66-year-old woman was mugged by 3 black girls and a teenage boy in Tottenham.

Just prior to the attack they had been following her and cracking jokes at her expense.

On the 7th of March, 2000, an 84-year-old pensioner was pushed her to the ground by a black youth who, then, ran off with her handbag.

She was still in hospital with head injuries two weeks later.

In November, 2000, a man was walking through the park near Tottenham Hale, when two black men grabbed hold of him and slashed him across the throat with a Stanley knife.

He was slashed again as they forced him to give them his credit card and PIN number.

In February, 2001, an 18-year-old was stabbed in the chest in Northumberland Park, Tottenham, by two black men.

On the 2nd of May, 2002, a 70-year-old man was attacked in Tottenham by two black men who stole his wallet containing £10.

He was slashed across the face with a knife during the attack.

On the 30th of May, 2004, a man was shot in the head at close range with a shot gun.

He had dared to complain when 5 black hoodies had commandeered his parking space.

If you add the black-on-black killings, the drug deals and the gang-rapes to the incidents described above, you will have a realistic snapshot ofTottenham as it is today.

The parliamentary recordsuggests that this is a snapshotthatDavid Lammy MPdoes wantbrought to the attention of the British people.











On 21 May 2007, The Daily Mail reported thus:

"Behind his large mahogany desk decked with the blue-and-yellow flag of the European Union, the mayor of the Romanian town of Tandarei gives a weary sigh as he is shown a Daily Mail picture of 21 newcomers to Britain.

'Yes, I know most of them,' says Vasile Sava after scrutinising the photograph taken 1,500 miles away in Slough, Berkshire.

'They are the Demitrie... Of course, they are with you now. Six hundred people have left our town and more will go to your country… When these people get rich they send their relatives money to build fancy homes here with your English pounds…

Tandarei is in decline. One in every eight men is without a job and many of those are the gypsies. Their eyes turn towards other countries. HERE THEY GET £5 A MONTH IN CHILD BENEFIT AND NOTHING MORE. IN YOUR COUNTRY THEY GET MORE HELP FROM THE STATE AND THAT IS WHY THEY GO THERE.'

The streets are neat and free of litter, but they turn quickly into dusty lanes where gypsies have made their homes for 300 years. The exodus to Britain from Romania and Bulgaria began on January 1, when the two former Communist nations became EU members and won the right for their citizens to live in the UK.

The Romanian government reported last week that 200,000 from the two countries have left this year - 50,000 a month - enough to set up a new city the size of Southampton. NO ONE - INCLUDING THE GOVERNMENT - REALLY KNOWS HOW MANY THOUSANDS MORE MIGRANTS FROM THE EX-SOVIET BLOC ARE IN BRITAIN BECAUSE THE OFFICIAL WHITEHALL TALLY IGNORES THE JOBLESS, THE SELF-EMPLOYED AND THOSE WORKING IN THE BLACK MARKET.

The result is that councils all over the country are struggling to cope. Hospitals are overburdened, schools are teaching hundreds of pupils with little English and housing departments say they are running out of money.

Slough, where 100 OF THE DEMETRIE FAMILY FROM TANDAREI HAVE ARRIVED SINCE JANUARY, is no exception.

By the beginning of May, 88 Romanian gipsy children, apparently without parents, had turned up at the civic centre.

Some are only ten, others in their early teens are pregnant or holding babies. Under British laws all unaccompanied minors - wherever they are from - have to be cared for by the council and given state benefits. To date, this has cost Slough £200,000. By the end of the year it will be nearer £1million. And that's if not a single further child turns up.

But this is as likely as a piece of heather making a wish come true, according to 39-year-old Marin Octavious, who lives in Tandarei with his wife and ten children. The oldest is 22 and the youngest was born just before Christmas.

Jobless and - he says - penniless, Marin is one of the elders of the gipsy community and in a perfect position to explain why so many are heading for Britain, because he has tried life in London himself.

In 2002, he smuggled himself and his family in a freight train across Europe, a journey he says which meant hiding in darkness in a crate for nearly a week.

'Even my little children had to stay quiet until we arrived in Tottenham,' he says. He would have stayed, claiming political asylum - citing racial discrimination in Eastern Europe because he is a gipsy - but his claim was rejected.

'I liked life in your country… YOUR GOVERNMENT GAVE MY FAMILY A FLAT AND £720 A MONTH IN BENEFITS. THEY WERE GOOD TIMES… LIKE OTHER GIPSY FAMILIES LIVING THERE, MY FAMILY EARNED EXTRA MONEY BY BEGGING IN OXFORD STREET.'

However, he did bring back some money. He now has a new motorbike and a house in Tandarei.

'OF COURSE, THAT'S WHAT OUR PEOPLE DO WHEN THEY GO TO YOUR COUNTRY… ONE DAY I WOULD LIKE TO GO BACK.'

If he does he will not be alone. No one knows that better than Dan Cristescu. He is a trade union president in Romania and was sent to study at Ruskin College, Oxford, by his union. For six years, on his return to Bucharest, he ran a committee to help Roma families go to school, train for work and stop begging on the streets…

'But it is only fair to say THEY HAVE BEEN A PROBLEM FOR US AND NOW IT IS YOUR PROBLEM… OF COURSE, THEY WILL BE AWARE OF YOUR GENEROUS BENEFITS SYSTEM. SINCE THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY WHEN THEY CAME TO EUROPE FROM INDIA, THEY HAVE LIVED BY ASKING OTHERS FOR MONEY… MOSTLY THEY LIKE TO LIVE BY BEGGING. IT IS THEIR TRADITION AND SOME ARE VERY RICH PEOPLE.

Fathers, maybe only 45, have ten children. Those children will have dozens more children. There are rumours that beggars in London are getting £250 a day. If you have 50 members of an extended family with outstretched hands, just count that up.'

Cristescu's words are harsh yet they ring true. Only last month there were police reports of organised gangs of Roma boys, some only ten and wearing primary school sweaters, begging in Walthamstow, East London. They were accompanied by pregnant women and watched over by male minders who collected the takings.

On the rutted streets in Tandarei this would come as no shock to Katerina, a grandmother, and one of the few members of the extended Demetrie family left in the town. I find her in a bungalow in the heart of the gipsy community. It is unlikely she will be here for long. Only recently she was living in Slough with her daughter and son-in-law and has returned for a funeral…

'I lived with my relatives and there were 15 in our house. Of course, those that have been there longer or those with young children did get money from the council or the government'…

Katerina will return to Slough when she can afford the £100 fare with a company called Atlasib, which runs two coaches carrying 90 Romanians a week from Bucharest to London. Most of the travellers, says the company, buy a one-way ticket… As for Katerina, she asks me if I can help finance her return to England. When I decline, her mood changes swiftly.

'Go away,' she snarls, 'I never want to talk to you again.'

Up the street there is a warmer welcome from a man who gives his name as Mr Rada, standing outside an extraordinary house. It is just the kind of 'monstrosity' that the mayor would like to tear down. The neighbours say the four storey house… was built with 'English money'.

'I call it my English castle,' says Mr Rada, who lives there with his wife and ten sons…

Carmen Petcu, 30, plans to join Chivu, the father of her one-year-old baby, Darius, next month in Manchester… the pretty redhead explains:

'My partner's parents retired and went to live in England six years ago. They were given benefits and a council house'."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=456530&in_page_id=1770

Here are the Demetries:



Above are just 21 of an extended Romanian Gypsy family of 80+, now living in council accomodation and claiming benefits in Slough, Berkshire.

It is war, ladies and gentlemen.

Our own politicans are at war with us.

In May 2005, Fiona MacTaggart, Tony Blair’s new Labour candidate in Slough received 17,517 votes in the General Election, 5,200 less than she had in 2001.

Nevertheless 17,517 Slough citizens voted for what New Labour was doing to England in 2005.

Most of thesevoters will have been native English folk. The article above precisely describes whatthey were voting for.

On 8 July 2004, Fiona Mactaggart said this in the House of Commons:

The Government's paper "Strength in Diversity"... poses 13 questions... It organises them in categories: inclusive citizenship, identity in belonging, eradicating racism and extremism… and building cohesive communities… we need to ensure that our ambitions are turned into reality with straightforward practical measures, ranging from uniforms that allow police officers to wear a turban or a hijab, to prayer rooms in prisons. Such measures are at the heart of providing a genuinely equal society...

The Government recognise that Muslim communities, particularly those in our inner cities, have experienced more discrimination and disadvantage than other groups…

We need to ensure that work across Government is informed by our commitment to eradicate racism and Islamophobia...

I join the hon. Gentleman in his condemnation of the extremism of the British National party. "Strength in Diversity" makes a connection in this context. The threat is a dangerous one… The worst and most dangerous extremists in Britain today seem to me to be those associated with the British National Party".

The British National Party did not murder 52 Londoners, just one year after Mactaggart made this speech.

Members of the Muslim community, whom she is seen sympathising with here, murdered them.

Fiona MacTaggart is the daughter of Sir Ian Mactaggart Bt,a multimillionaire Glasgow property developer and former Tory candidate.

Mactaggart’s mother Rosemary was the daughter of Sir Herbert Williams Bt, a Tory MP for 27 years.

MacTaggart worked as a primary school teacher in Peckham before becoming an education lecturer. She used to chair civil rights campaign group Liberty and takes a particular interest in immigration and asylum issues. She said the voucher system for asylum seekers encouraged racism.

In parliament, Mactaggart voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviourwas "racially" or "religiously" aggravated. In fact she was one of the MPs who brought the bill forward. She said this of the bill during the parliamentary debate:

Mactaggart describes her proudest achievement in Parliament thus:

"I secured a clause in the Immigration and Asylum Act retaining the right of appeal against deportation for people who have lived here for more than seven years."

Here are some of the other things Mactaggart has said:

"So Tony Blair is going… I admire him. He has been a brilliant Prime Minister".

"When I was a Minister I committed Britain to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade".

"The Bill before Parliament creates an offence of abusing others with the intent of causing hatred on the basis of their religion… What would this bill mean? It would mean that our laws would protect Muslims from fascist campaigns to demonise their religion in the same way Nazis sought to demonise the Jews. It would create a legal outlet to prosecute those who use religion as an excuse to encourage hatred of immigrants. It would be a simple protection against discrimination and hatred."

"I am shocked that this paper is printing anonymous letters, which claim, wrongly, that I ignore racial attacks when the victim is white".

Mactaggart certainly ignored them in parliament.

Although shementioned Stephen Lawrence and the phrase ‘institutionalised racism’ in the House of Commons and signedan EDM commemorating Stephen, she has never mentioned or signed an EDM on behalf of any of her own constituentswhen theywere murdered or otherwise harmed by immigrants. In fact, she has never bothered to cite any indigenous Briton murdered by a foreigner in Britain since the death of Stephen Lawrence.

"The fact that more individuals from minority ethnic groups have needed support is I am afraid a reflection of the fact that they are more likely to be victims of this hate crime".

This is a downright lie.


If you were to extrapolate the stats in the 2001 census with those in the 2005 British Crime Survey, you would find that, in Britain, an individual black person is 110 times more likely to murder an individual white person than the other way around. An individual Asian is 20.5 times more likely.

The facts and figures in the 2005 BCS were compiled before one black man and three Asians blew up 52 people in London.



"We've recently enjoyed the great Muslim and Hindu festivals of Eid and Divali, and Christmas is not too far away. This week is the birthday of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith. I don’t follow a faith".

"Today, most of us enjoy the benefits of living in a diverse, highly-tolerant, multicultural world in which there is a greater understanding and acceptance of different views and ideas".

"The outrage expressed by so many viewers at racist bullying of Shilpa Shetty on Big Brother is just one expression of our commitment to decent behaviour".

Jade Goody, the pig-ignorant, media-promotedmulti-millionairess who was the prime mover in the bullying of Shilpa Shetty, is the daughter of a black, Jamaican career criminal anddrug dealer who died of a drugs overdose in a gentleman's toilet.

Her mother is a Lesbian.



On May 4 1997, The Independent on Sunday reported thus:

"The rioting between Muslims and Sikhs in Slough recently is the result of conflict over the Sikh wish to set up a state for themselves, called Khalistan, in the Punjab. The Sikhs accuse Pakistan of abandoning them. 100 Sikhs from Southall, in London, attacked Muslim homes in Slough, a few days ago, smashing windows, shops, and cars. It’s nothing but Khalistan versus Pakistan' said one Pakistani.

‘The Sikhs think we didn’t help them in their war of liberation, and they want revenge’. One Slough Muslim said:

‘It was the most horrific sight I’ve ever seen in England. I saw a mob of 100 Sikhs, dressed in black. All we could hear was breaking glass and abuse.’

Retaliation is expected, with an attack on Southall, and probable escalation of an Asian war imported deliberately into Britain by white politicians."

Mactaggart never mentioned the riots in parliament.

Nor did she mention 25-year-old Santa Gunga, whowas murdered whilst queuing for DSS benefits in Slough.


Arguments between Seewoosager Gunga and his wife culminated in a severe beating after which Santa left him and found refuge in a safe house.

For months her husband plagued her with phone calls and threats before, eventually, he tracked her down to the DSS office where he stabbed her three times.

Gunga was found guilty on a majority verdict only.

Obviously, someone in the jury didn't think the crime was all that bad.

I wonder what kind of a person would have ignored the fact that so many people witnessed Santa's death, all of whom said the killing was deliberate and premeditated. I wonder what kind of a person would have ignored the fact that Seewoosager Gunga bought a new knife especially for the job and had told a pal a few days before Santa's death that if he couldn't have her nobody would.

I think the person who could ignore these things was probably the kind of person who thinks that it's OK for an Asian husband to kill an Asian wife if she leaves him. I don't think such people should serve on British juries.

But then, unlike Fiona Mactaggart,I don't think such people should be here at all.

Want to know what Seewoosager Gunga was doing for a living whilst he was planning his wife's death?

He was a care assistant working in the psychiatric department of Slough's Wexham Park Hospital.


Martin McDonagh died in the Wenham Park Hospital in Slough, Berkshire.

Martin had been stabbed in the chest during an argument on the Poyle Industrial Estate. Mohammed Rasul and his brother-in-law, Shahab Ahmed were later charged with his murder.

Rasul and Ahmed were due to pay the McDonagh family £4,500 for a consignment of smuggled tobacco but, after trying to talk the previously agreed price down, an argument took place and Rasul stabbed Martin twice with his ceremonial dagger.

Martin's son, Thomas, was also stabbed by Ahmed.

Rasul, a former magistrate, was jailed for just five years.

Mactaggart did not mention Martin or the man who killed him in parliament.


Daniel Higgins was murdered in Burnham, Slough.

A masked gang broke in, tortured and then executed him. Detective Chief Inspector Steve Tolmie said:

"Daniel's killing was particularly brutal".

In November 2004, Majad Khan was found guilty of murdering 18-year-old Daniel and sentenced to life imprisonment. Mohammed Sohail Ashraf was found guilty of assisting an offender and sentenced to 7 years.

Two others were jailed for 5 and 4 years respectively.

Mohammed Omar Akbar and Zahir Hussain were both arrested in 2004 but were given bail and absconded. They fled to Paris along with Rupinder Gill, Akbar's lover, two days after Daniel's death. Akbar and Hussain were arrested in Barcelona in March 2005, having been on the run for 16 months.

In 2006, Akbar was also found guilty of Daniel's murder. Rupinder Gill was found guilty of assisting an offender with Zahir Hussain. She broke down in tears as the jury convicted her.

She might well cry. Jail time is no picnic for the likes of her. You see, at the time she was assisting a murderer to escape from the country, Gill was a police officer!

Mactaggart did not mention Daniel or those who tortured and murdered him in parliament.


84-year-old Anne Mendel was murdered in Golders Green, London.

Kemi Adeyoola, the daughter of a millionaire, was 17 years old when she stabbed Anne 14 times.

After a teenage life of prolific petty crime Adeyola had been sentenced to spend six months in Bulwood Hall Young Offenders unit. In October 2004, five months before she killed Anne, Bullwood Hall staff conducted a search of Adeyola's cell and discovered an 18-page murder and robbery manual written in her own hand.

It determined that the best kind of victim "must be wealthy, quite elderly and defenceless." A way to gain their confidence might be to "do a survey and visit them disguised as an A-level student". Once inside:

"Run lightly and silently behind her and cover her mouth with a gloved hand… Keep calm, composed and silent. Walk her through the door and close it and lock it… Make her so scared she co-operates... Show the knife to her, then place it against her throat… Place handcuffs on arms and ankles and secure to such as radiator. Inject her with a tranquilliser. Remove her credit cards and house keys... Get her to write an ‘I’m leaving letter’… With your butcher’s knife, remove her head. Detach each limb one by one. When you have completed the task, put her body pieces in black bags".

After finding the murder manual in her cell she was quizzed by a forensic psychologist. Lydia Sear said:

"She would not explain herself… She was defensive, arrogant and assertive. She was asked 'Is this something you are going to do?' I asked whether she had considered what the intention was before writing the book. She refused to answer. She left the room."

"Once her supervision was completed, there was no mechanism for stopping her re-offending", said a spokesman for Barnet Youth Offending Team.

Despite the manual and the "arrogant and assertive" refusal to indicate what was in her mind when she wrote it, the former public schoolgirl was released after just three months of her six month sentence.

Upon release, her manual was passed to Barnet Youth Team and the police. They kept an eye on her for 3 months but as soon as they stopped Anne was killed.

Adeyola's father, Bola, a committed Christian and property tycoon who left when she was eleven, said:

"She is no longer my daughter. I don't even like her."

After Adeyola left Bullwood, where do you think Adeyola and her reprobate pal were housed?

You guessed it folks,the creepy pairwere given a flat in Slough,put to the head of the list in front of all the decent Brits.

Putting criminals like Adeyola in front of thelaw-abidinghas been the preferred behaviour of all shades of British governments more more than 40 years now.


Despite all Mactaggart's bleeding-heart anti-Brit thoughts, doings and sayings on behalf of Britain's immigrant and would-be immigrant communities, she voted to go to slaughter the poor Iraqis on18 March 2003.

She also voted to gowar in Afghanistan and forthe widespread bombing of Iraq in 1998.

This is Fiona Mactaggart:








On 21 May 2007, The Daily Mail reported thus:

"Behind his large mahogany desk decked with the blue-and-yellow flag of the European Union, the mayor of the Romanian town of Tandarei gives a weary sigh as he is shown a Daily Mail picture of 21 newcomers to Britain.

'Yes, I know most of them,' says Vasile Sava after scrutinising the photograph taken 1,500 miles away in Slough, Berkshire.

'They are the Demitrie... Of course, they are with you now. Six hundred people have left our town and more will go to your country… When these people get rich they send their relatives money to build fancy homes here with your English pounds…

Tandarei is in decline. One in every eight men is without a job and many of those are the gypsies. Their eyes turn towards other countries. HERE THEY GET £5 A MONTH IN CHILD BENEFIT AND NOTHING MORE. IN YOUR COUNTRY THEY GET MORE HELP FROM THE STATE AND THAT IS WHY THEY GO THERE.'

The streets are neat and free of litter, but they turn quickly into dusty lanes where gypsies have made their homes for 300 years. The exodus to Britain from Romania and Bulgaria began on January 1, when the two former Communist nations became EU members and won the right for their citizens to live in the UK.

The Romanian government reported last week that 200,000 from the two countries have left this year - 50,000 a month - enough to set up a new city the size of Southampton. NO ONE - INCLUDING THE GOVERNMENT - REALLY KNOWS HOW MANY THOUSANDS MORE MIGRANTS FROM THE EX-SOVIET BLOC ARE IN BRITAIN BECAUSE THE OFFICIAL WHITEHALL TALLY IGNORES THE JOBLESS, THE SELF-EMPLOYED AND THOSE WORKING IN THE BLACK MARKET.

The result is that councils all over the country are struggling to cope. Hospitals are overburdened, schools are teaching hundreds of pupils with little English and housing departments say they are running out of money.

Slough, where 100 OF THE DEMETRIE FAMILY FROM TANDAREI HAVE ARRIVED SINCE JANUARY, is no exception.

By the beginning of May, 88 Romanian gipsy children, apparently without parents, had turned up at the civic centre.

Some are only ten, others in their early teens are pregnant or holding babies. Under British laws all unaccompanied minors - wherever they are from - have to be cared for by the council and given state benefits. To date, this has cost Slough £200,000. By the end of the year it will be nearer £1million. And that's if not a single further child turns up.

But this is as likely as a piece of heather making a wish come true, according to 39-year-old Marin Octavious, who lives in Tandarei with his wife and ten children. The oldest is 22 and the youngest was born just before Christmas.

Jobless and - he says - penniless, Marin is one of the elders of the gipsy community and in a perfect position to explain why so many are heading for Britain, because he has tried life in London himself.

In 2002, he smuggled himself and his family in a freight train across Europe, a journey he says which meant hiding in darkness in a crate for nearly a week.

'Even my little children had to stay quiet until we arrived in Tottenham,' he says. He would have stayed, claiming political asylum - citing racial discrimination in Eastern Europe because he is a gipsy - but his claim was rejected.

'I liked life in your country… YOUR GOVERNMENT GAVE MY FAMILY A FLAT AND £720 A MONTH IN BENEFITS. THEY WERE GOOD TIMES… LIKE OTHER GIPSY FAMILIES LIVING THERE, MY FAMILY EARNED EXTRA MONEY BY BEGGING IN OXFORD STREET.'

However, he did bring back some money. He now has a new motorbike and a house in Tandarei.

'OF COURSE, THAT'S WHAT OUR PEOPLE DO WHEN THEY GO TO YOUR COUNTRY… ONE DAY I WOULD LIKE TO GO BACK.'

If he does he will not be alone. No one knows that better than Dan Cristescu. He is a trade union president in Romania and was sent to study at Ruskin College, Oxford, by his union. For six years, on his return to Bucharest, he ran a committee to help Roma families go to school, train for work and stop begging on the streets…

'But it is only fair to say THEY HAVE BEEN A PROBLEM FOR US AND NOW IT IS YOUR PROBLEM… OF COURSE, THEY WILL BE AWARE OF YOUR GENEROUS BENEFITS SYSTEM. SINCE THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY WHEN THEY CAME TO EUROPE FROM INDIA, THEY HAVE LIVED BY ASKING OTHERS FOR MONEY… MOSTLY THEY LIKE TO LIVE BY BEGGING. IT IS THEIR TRADITION AND SOME ARE VERY RICH PEOPLE.

Fathers, maybe only 45, have ten children. Those children will have dozens more children. There are rumours that beggars in London are getting £250 a day. If you have 50 members of an extended family with outstretched hands, just count that up.'

Cristescu's words are harsh yet they ring true. Only last month there were police reports of organised gangs of Roma boys, some only ten and wearing primary school sweaters, begging in Walthamstow, East London. They were accompanied by pregnant women and watched over by male minders who collected the takings.

On the rutted streets in Tandarei this would come as no shock to Katerina, a grandmother, and one of the few members of the extended Demetrie family left in the town. I find her in a bungalow in the heart of the gipsy community. It is unlikely she will be here for long. Only recently she was living in Slough with her daughter and son-in-law and has returned for a funeral…

'I lived with my relatives and there were 15 in our house. Of course, those that have been there longer or those with young children did get money from the council or the government'…

Katerina will return to Slough when she can afford the £100 fare with a company called Atlasib, which runs two coaches carrying 90 Romanians a week from Bucharest to London. Most of the travellers, says the company, buy a one-way ticket… As for Katerina, she asks me if I can help finance her return to England. When I decline, her mood changes swiftly.

'Go away,' she snarls, 'I never want to talk to you again.'

Up the street there is a warmer welcome from a man who gives his name as Mr Rada, standing outside an extraordinary house. It is just the kind of 'monstrosity' that the mayor would like to tear down. The neighbours say the four storey house… was built with 'English money'.

'I call it my English castle,' says Mr Rada, who lives there with his wife and ten sons…

Carmen Petcu, 30, plans to join Chivu, the father of her one-year-old baby, Darius, next month in Manchester… the pretty redhead explains:

'My partner's parents retired and went to live in England six years ago. They were given benefits and a council house'."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=456530&in_page_id=1770

Here are the Demetries:



Above are just 21 of an extended Romanian Gypsy family of 80+, now living in council accomodation and claiming benefits in Slough, Berkshire.

It is war, ladies and gentlemen.

Our own politicans are at war with us.

In May 2005, Fiona MacTaggart, Tony Blair’s new Labour candidate in Slough received 17,517 votes in the General Election, 5,200 less than she had in 2001.

Nevertheless 17,517 Slough citizens voted for what New Labour was doing to England in 2005.

Most of thesevoters will have been native English folk. The article above precisely describes whatthey were voting for.

On 8 July 2004, Fiona Mactaggart said this in the House of Commons:

The Government's paper "Strength in Diversity"... poses 13 questions... It organises them in categories: inclusive citizenship, identity in belonging, eradicating racism and extremism… and building cohesive communities… we need to ensure that our ambitions are turned into reality with straightforward practical measures, ranging from uniforms that allow police officers to wear a turban or a hijab, to prayer rooms in prisons. Such measures are at the heart of providing a genuinely equal society...

The Government recognise that Muslim communities, particularly those in our inner cities, have experienced more discrimination and disadvantage than other groups…

We need to ensure that work across Government is informed by our commitment to eradicate racism and Islamophobia...

I join the hon. Gentleman in his condemnation of the extremism of the British National party. "Strength in Diversity" makes a connection in this context. The threat is a dangerous one… The worst and most dangerous extremists in Britain today seem to me to be those associated with the British National Party".

The British National Party did not murder 52 Londoners, just one year after Mactaggart made this speech.

Members of the Muslim community, whom she is seen sympathising with here, murdered them.

Fiona MacTaggart is the daughter of Sir Ian Mactaggart Bt,a multimillionaire Glasgow property developer and former Tory candidate.

Mactaggart’s mother Rosemary was the daughter of Sir Herbert Williams Bt, a Tory MP for 27 years.

MacTaggart worked as a primary school teacher in Peckham before becoming an education lecturer. She used to chair civil rights campaign group Liberty and takes a particular interest in immigration and asylum issues. She said the voucher system for asylum seekers encouraged racism.

In parliament, Mactaggart voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviourwas "racially" or "religiously" aggravated. In fact she was one of the MPs who brought the bill forward. She said this of the bill during the parliamentary debate:

Mactaggart describes her proudest achievement in Parliament thus:

"I secured a clause in the Immigration and Asylum Act retaining the right of appeal against deportation for people who have lived here for more than seven years."

Here are some of the other things Mactaggart has said:

"So Tony Blair is going… I admire him. He has been a brilliant Prime Minister".

"When I was a Minister I committed Britain to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade".

"The Bill before Parliament creates an offence of abusing others with the intent of causing hatred on the basis of their religion… What would this bill mean? It would mean that our laws would protect Muslims from fascist campaigns to demonise their religion in the same way Nazis sought to demonise the Jews. It would create a legal outlet to prosecute those who use religion as an excuse to encourage hatred of immigrants. It would be a simple protection against discrimination and hatred."

"I am shocked that this paper is printing anonymous letters, which claim, wrongly, that I ignore racial attacks when the victim is white".

Mactaggart certainly ignored them in parliament.

Although shementioned Stephen Lawrence and the phrase ‘institutionalised racism’ in the House of Commons and signedan EDM commemorating Stephen, she has never mentioned or signed an EDM on behalf of any of her own constituentswhen theywere murdered or otherwise harmed by immigrants. In fact, she has never bothered to cite any indigenous Briton murdered by a foreigner in Britain since the death of Stephen Lawrence.

"The fact that more individuals from minority ethnic groups have needed support is I am afraid a reflection of the fact that they are more likely to be victims of this hate crime".

This is a downright lie.


If you were to extrapolate the stats in the 2001 census with those in the 2005 British Crime Survey, you would find that, in Britain, an individual black person is 110 times more likely to murder an individual white person than the other way around. An individual Asian is 20.5 times more likely.

The facts and figures in the 2005 BCS were compiled before one black man and three Asians blew up 52 people in London.



"We've recently enjoyed the great Muslim and Hindu festivals of Eid and Divali, and Christmas is not too far away. This week is the birthday of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith. I don’t follow a faith".

"Today, most of us enjoy the benefits of living in a diverse, highly-tolerant, multicultural world in which there is a greater understanding and acceptance of different views and ideas".

"The outrage expressed by so many viewers at racist bullying of Shilpa Shetty on Big Brother is just one expression of our commitment to decent behaviour".

Jade Goody, the pig-ignorant, media-promotedmulti-millionairess who was the prime mover in the bullying of Shilpa Shetty, is the daughter of a black, Jamaican career criminal anddrug dealer who died of a drugs overdose in a gentleman's toilet.

Her mother is a Lesbian.



On May 4 1997, The Independent on Sunday reported thus:

"The rioting between Muslims and Sikhs in Slough recently is the result of conflict over the Sikh wish to set up a state for themselves, called Khalistan, in the Punjab. The Sikhs accuse Pakistan of abandoning them. 100 Sikhs from Southall, in London, attacked Muslim homes in Slough, a few days ago, smashing windows, shops, and cars. It’s nothing but Khalistan versus Pakistan' said one Pakistani.

‘The Sikhs think we didn’t help them in their war of liberation, and they want revenge’. One Slough Muslim said:

‘It was the most horrific sight I’ve ever seen in England. I saw a mob of 100 Sikhs, dressed in black. All we could hear was breaking glass and abuse.’

Retaliation is expected, with an attack on Southall, and probable escalation of an Asian war imported deliberately into Britain by white politicians."

Mactaggart never mentioned the riots in parliament.

Nor did she mention 25-year-old Santa Gunga, whowas murdered whilst queuing for DSS benefits in Slough.


Arguments between Seewoosager Gunga and his wife culminated in a severe beating after which Santa left him and found refuge in a safe house.

For months her husband plagued her with phone calls and threats before, eventually, he tracked her down to the DSS office where he stabbed her three times.

Gunga was found guilty on a majority verdict only.

Obviously, someone in the jury didn't think the crime was all that bad.

I wonder what kind of a person would have ignored the fact that so many people witnessed Santa's death, all of whom said the killing was deliberate and premeditated. I wonder what kind of a person would have ignored the fact that Seewoosager Gunga bought a new knife especially for the job and had told a pal a few days before Santa's death that if he couldn't have her nobody would.

I think the person who could ignore these things was probably the kind of person who thinks that it's OK for an Asian husband to kill an Asian wife if she leaves him. I don't think such people should serve on British juries.

But then, unlike Fiona Mactaggart,I don't think such people should be here at all.

Want to know what Seewoosager Gunga was doing for a living whilst he was planning his wife's death?

He was a care assistant working in the psychiatric department of Slough's Wexham Park Hospital.


Martin McDonagh died in the Wenham Park Hospital in Slough, Berkshire.

Martin had been stabbed in the chest during an argument on the Poyle Industrial Estate. Mohammed Rasul and his brother-in-law, Shahab Ahmed were later charged with his murder.

Rasul and Ahmed were due to pay the McDonagh family £4,500 for a consignment of smuggled tobacco but, after trying to talk the previously agreed price down, an argument took place and Rasul stabbed Martin twice with his ceremonial dagger.

Martin's son, Thomas, was also stabbed by Ahmed.

Rasul, a former magistrate, was jailed for just five years.

Mactaggart did not mention Martin or the man who killed him in parliament.


Daniel Higgins was murdered in Burnham, Slough.

A masked gang broke in, tortured and then executed him. Detective Chief Inspector Steve Tolmie said:

"Daniel's killing was particularly brutal".

In November 2004, Majad Khan was found guilty of murdering 18-year-old Daniel and sentenced to life imprisonment. Mohammed Sohail Ashraf was found guilty of assisting an offender and sentenced to 7 years.

Two others were jailed for 5 and 4 years respectively.

Mohammed Omar Akbar and Zahir Hussain were both arrested in 2004 but were given bail and absconded. They fled to Paris along with Rupinder Gill, Akbar's lover, two days after Daniel's death. Akbar and Hussain were arrested in Barcelona in March 2005, having been on the run for 16 months.

In 2006, Akbar was also found guilty of Daniel's murder. Rupinder Gill was found guilty of assisting an offender with Zahir Hussain. She broke down in tears as the jury convicted her.

She might well cry. Jail time is no picnic for the likes of her. You see, at the time she was assisting a murderer to escape from the country, Gill was a police officer!

Mactaggart did not mention Daniel or those who tortured and murdered him in parliament.


84-year-old Anne Mendel was murdered in Golders Green, London.

Kemi Adeyoola, the daughter of a millionaire, was 17 years old when she stabbed Anne 14 times.

After a teenage life of prolific petty crime Adeyola had been sentenced to spend six months in Bulwood Hall Young Offenders unit. In October 2004, five months before she killed Anne, Bullwood Hall staff conducted a search of Adeyola's cell and discovered an 18-page murder and robbery manual written in her own hand.

It determined that the best kind of victim "must be wealthy, quite elderly and defenceless." A way to gain their confidence might be to "do a survey and visit them disguised as an A-level student". Once inside:

"Run lightly and silently behind her and cover her mouth with a gloved hand… Keep calm, composed and silent. Walk her through the door and close it and lock it… Make her so scared she co-operates... Show the knife to her, then place it against her throat… Place handcuffs on arms and ankles and secure to such as radiator. Inject her with a tranquilliser. Remove her credit cards and house keys... Get her to write an ‘I’m leaving letter’… With your butcher’s knife, remove her head. Detach each limb one by one. When you have completed the task, put her body pieces in black bags".

After finding the murder manual in her cell she was quizzed by a forensic psychologist. Lydia Sear said:

"She would not explain herself… She was defensive, arrogant and assertive. She was asked 'Is this something you are going to do?' I asked whether she had considered what the intention was before writing the book. She refused to answer. She left the room."

"Once her supervision was completed, there was no mechanism for stopping her re-offending", said a spokesman for Barnet Youth Offending Team.

Despite the manual and the "arrogant and assertive" refusal to indicate what was in her mind when she wrote it, the former public schoolgirl was released after just three months of her six month sentence.

Upon release, her manual was passed to Barnet Youth Team and the police. They kept an eye on her for 3 months but as soon as they stopped Anne was killed.

Adeyola's father, Bola, a committed Christian and property tycoon who left when she was eleven, said:

"She is no longer my daughter. I don't even like her."

After Adeyola left Bullwood, where do you think Adeyola and her reprobate pal were housed?

You guessed it folks,the creepy pairwere given a flat in Slough,put to the head of the list in front of all the decent Brits.

Putting criminals like Adeyola in front of thelaw-abidinghas been the preferred behaviour of all shades of British governments more more than 40 years now.


Despite all Mactaggart's bleeding-heart anti-Brit thoughts, doings and sayings on behalf of Britain's immigrant and would-be immigrant communities, she voted to go to slaughter the poor Iraqis on18 March 2003.

She also voted to gowar in Afghanistan and forthe widespread bombing of Iraq in 1998.

This is Fiona Mactaggart:










John Heppel, New Labour MP for Nottingham East, voted to downgrade the illegality of cannabis.

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also signed many EDMs which mentioned "racism", "immigrants", "asylum-seekers" and the like.

He also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

He also signed three EDMs which mentioned Rolan Adams, one of which offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey.

He signed two EDMs mentioning Rohit Duggal and one each sympathising with Joy Gardner and Omasese Lumumba.

He also signed three EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence, one of which mentioned his parents, Neville and Doreen.


However,Heppel did not mention the death of Nottingham resident, 18-year-old Wayne Jowett, nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating him.

Waynedied in the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham as a result of the gross negligence of Dr. Feda Mulhem, a Syrian immigrant who received an eight month sentence for ending the life of an English teenager.



Graham Allen, New Labour MP for Nottingham North, voted to decriminalise cannabis.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also mentioned Joy Gardner, who died whilst being restrained by immigration officers, on 4 occasions.

He also voted to introduce a Bill into Parliament which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also signed an EDM proposing that the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did he sign an EDM that proposed that a statue which recognised "the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country", and called upon "the Mayor of London's Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square".

He also introduced an EDM commemorating asylum-seeker, Omasese Lamumba.

He signed an EDM sympathetic with Quaddus Ali, which remembered "all those tragically killed by racists in Britain".

He signed two EDMs commemorating Rolan Adams and Rohit Duggal and three EDMs mentiong Stephen Lawrence.


However,Allen did not mention the death of Nottingham resident, Wayne Jowett, in the House of Commons. Nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating him.





This is Iain Coleman:




Iain Coleman, MP for Hammersmith & Fulham, voted to decriminalise cannabis usage and possession.

He also ordered a Bill to be brought into Parliament which sought to remove all the restrictions on “nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown”.

In effect, the introduction of this bill would further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also signed a great many Early Day Motions specifically supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants. He did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, however, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

He signed another EDM noting the death of Roger Sylvester.

He also signed an EDM proposing that a statue of Mary Seacole, a black woman who nursed British soldiers during the Crimean war, should be placed upon the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the same plinth.

Nor did he sign the EDM which recognised “the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country”, and called upon “the Mayor of London’s Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square”.

He also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as “institutionally racist”, and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

He alsovoted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be “racially” or “religiously” aggravated.

He was also happy to mention Stephen Lawrence in the House of Commons and he signed 3 Early Day Motions commemorating him.


However,Coleman never signed an EDM commemorating MarcLane-Martin, who was killed in Coleman's constituency.

Nor did he ever mention him in parliament and he never called for those whoresponsible for his deathto be “punished with more severity” because of the racist nature of the crime they committed.

Marc was stabbedby one member of a gang of black muggers and died later in hospital.

Nor didColeman mention the murder of his constituent, Sinead Healy. Nor did he sign an EDM commemorating her.

Sinead was murdered by her black boyfriend. He was on day release from prison at the time.

Coleman never mentioned the murder of his constituent, Katerina Koneva, or any of the other girls that the police suspect illegal immigrant, Andrezej Kunowski of raping and/or murdering either.

Kunowski was dubbed The Beast of Poland in his homeland.

Nor did he mention the death of his constituent, Tom Dawson, in China, or sign an EDM commemorating him.

In fact, Coleman has never, in Parliament, mentioned any of the many British nationals murdered by first and second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence’s death, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.


Coleman ceased to be an MP in 2005.







Joan Ruddock, Jim Dowd and Bridget prentice are pictured below:




Joan Ruddock, New Labour MP for Lewisham Deptford, voted for cannabis to be decriminalised and also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

She also mentioned Michael Menson's death in the House of Commons, albeit his murderers were not British.

She also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

She has also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of the Asian, Ricky Reel, even though the police have nver been able to conclude anything other than that Ricky, who was intoxicated, fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

And, although Ruddock has signed a good many Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, she did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

She also signed an EDM proposing that a statue of Nelson Mandela occupy the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.

However, she did not sign an EDM that proposed that the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom should be commemorated by a statue erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did she sign an EDM which recognised "the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country", and called upon "the Mayor of London's Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square".

She also signed 2 EDMs criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

She signed an EDM sympathetic with Quaddus Ali, which remembered "all those tragically killed by racists in Britain".

She also signed an EDM commemorating Rolan Adams and Rohit Duggal.

Ruddock has also mentioned the phrase "institutionalised racism" on a number of occasions and has mentioned Stephen Lawrence many times in Parliament. She has also signed 6 EDMs commemorating him.


Ruddock named all of the black teenagers who died in the 1981, New Cross Fire, in parliament.

She has, relentlessly, over many years, waged a campaign of vilification against those responsible for their deaths, always implying that "white racists" were to blame.

The Brixton riots followed just three months after the New Cross Fire and the aggressive denunciation of all things white and British by politically-correct agitators like Ruddock which followed. The Brixton calamity were closely followed by the Toxteth riots in July.

More than twenty years after the first enquiry, a second exhaustive enquiry concluded, as did the first, that the fire had started within the building where fifty or so black teenagers were having a party, and that one or more of them had started the fire.

Whilst being interviewed on Radio 4's Today programme, Ruddock finally admitted, 23 years too late, that the New Cross fire must have started within the house. However, she has never apologised for her massively destructive decades-long, anti-British, campaign of misplaced condemnation and neither has she ever apologised for stirring up racial hatred in the hearts and minds of the immigrant communities against the wholly innocent white community of New Cross and beyond.


In stark contrast to her tireless crusades on behalf of the immigrant communities, Ruddock never bothered to mention her own constituent, Fred Carter, in the House of Commons, nor did she ever sign an EDM commemorating him.

In July, 1993, 64-year-old Fred, died in Lewisham hospital. He had beenattacked in a lift by Junior Samuel and two other black youths. He bravely tried to fight back but they knocked him down, stamped on him and jumped on his head. Samuel was sentenced to just 7 years for killing Fred, but, after serving only 3, he was released on parole. Almost immediately, he committed a series of armed muggings, including two on pregnant women.

Ruddock did not mention the death of her constituent, Anthony O'Brien, at the hands of a black man either. Nor did she sign an EDM commemorating him.


Bridget Prentice, New Labour MP for Lewisham East, and Jim Dowd, New Labour MP for Lewisham West, both voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis.

They alsovoted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

Prentice also signed four EDMs sympathising with Stephen Lawrence and one that mentioned his parents.

She also signed an EDM mentioning the attack upon Muktar Ahmed and sympathised with Krishna Maharaj, who was on death Row in America.

She also signed an EDM which mentioned the death of illegal immigrant, Joy Gardner, and another which mentioned the death in jail of asylum seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

Dowd signed two EDMs sympathising with Stephen Lawrence and signed EDMs mentioning the deaths of black man, Rolan Adams, (twice) and Asian, Rohit Duggal.

In one of these EDMs he also mentioned Roland's parents by name.

He also signed the EDM sypathising with Muktar Ahmed.

However, neither of them bothered to mention the death of Fred Carter nor did they call for those who killedhim to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the attack upon him.


None of the three MPs above ever bother to mention the deaths of Scott Anthony Osbourne, who was murdered by a gang of black youths; the murder of 75 year old Ted Howell, who was stabbed five times by a 15-year-old black mugger and George Napier, who was stabbed through the heart by Duaine Daniels, who had just been released from a 10 year sentence for beating up an elderly lady during a burglary.

They were all murdered in, and two of them were residents of, Lewisham, the town which sent all three of these MPsto parliament.

In fact, as far as I know, not oneof these Lewisham MPs has ever mentioned the death or injury of a white, British person at the hands of a first or second-generation immigrant on the floor of the house or in an EDM.







This is Keith Vaz:




Keith Vaz, New Labour MP for Leicester East, is an African Asian.

And yet, interestingly, Tony Blair made this manhis first Europe minister.

Now what do you think about that?

It's just not possible that Keith Vaz would be more likely to know what the people of Britain might want out of Europe than an ethnic, British MP, now is it?

Admittedly, the average British MP doesn't give much of damn aboutus either, but at least he would be aware that his ancestors would, probably, not appreciateany anti-British behaviour, which might tweak his conscience now and again. Whereas Vaz's ancestors would probably applaud their descendant if he were to give the Brits a bit of a kicking.

Anyway, Tony B and the New World Order crowd, who saw him slither up the greasy pole to power in the first place, thought it would be a wizard wheeze to send an African Asian off to represent us in Europe.


Whilst he was doing his bit for the global villagers in Europe,Vaz voted to decriminalise cannabis.

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee, which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatred legislation in January, 2006.

This legislation is intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain. Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet, Vaz voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

This, if we ever dare to wave a placard or two asking for the Muslims to stop blowing us up and threatening to behead us, one presumes.

Vazalso voted for a Bill which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population. Vaz ordered the bill to be brought in, along with Andrew Dismore, who's bill it was, and 10 others.

Vaz mentioned the death of Asian, Ricky Reel, in Parliament.

Vaz also mentioned the "rape" of women from the Karen minority in Burma, by the Burmese army.

However, he has never mentioned the mass rape of white women and girls by black and Asian men in this country. Nor did he ever mention the Evening Standard article of the 14th of January, 2004, which stated that, in London:

"A hard core of violent muggers is behind a surge in gang rapes in London... there has been one group sex attack for every day of the last year. Two thirds of the suspects had convictions for theft and robbery and half had been involved in street crime in the last 12 months... a disproportionately high number of black and Asian men were involved in the attacks. Around 49 per cent of suspects were described as Afro-Caribbean and 13 per cent as Indian or Pakistani... White women accounted for 59 per cent of the victims".

Vaz signed an EDM noting the death of Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

He also signed an EDM proposing that a statue of Nelson Mandela occupy the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did he sign an EDM that proposed that a statue which recognised "the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country", and called upon "the Mayor of London's Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square".

He also signed a good few Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants.

However, he did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, of the Welfare Centre, Manchester, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

He also signed an EDM criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

He also signed an EDM condemning the "lack of care" of Christopher Clunis, a violent, black schizophrenic, "with a known history of violence and non-attendance of out-patient appointments, who stabbed and killed Jonathan Zito in an unprovoked attack".

He signed an EDM sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

He also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Asian, Quaddus Ali.

He signed another EDM which mentioned black youth, Rolan Adams, which also offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey.

Vaz also mentioned Stephen Lawrence several times in the Commons, signed various EDMs commemorating him.

However, he never mentioned the death of Samantha Tuff's little boy, nor did he sign an EDM commemorating him.

Neither did he ever mentioned PCs Andrew Munn and Bryan Moore, nor did he ever suggest that the black man who killed them should be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime he committed.

Nor did Vaz ever mention the murder in his constituency of 72 year old Wilfred Marchant and the attempted murder of Brian Geeson and his son Daniel, nor did he ever suggestthat the black schitzophrenic who killed them should be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes he committed.

In fact, Vaz has never mentioned any of the British people murdered by first and second-generation immigrants, since the time of Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.

However, Vaz has mentioned the death of a British man who lost his life at the hands of an immigrant hit-and-run driver, in parliament, and must be commended for this.

For a glimpse into the mindset of those who would impose the multicutural global village upon all of us, you could do worse than to check out one of the speeches that Vaz made whilst he was Europe Minister.

If this interests you, go here.








Nick Bourne, Mid and West Wales AM, and Tory leader in the Welsh Assembly, is a happy, clappy Cameronian kind of Conservative.

For example, he is on record as saying:

"There is no place in a modern, decent, tolerant society for the politics of hate and discrimination… Welsh Conservatives believe that everyone has a right to live in dignity, find work, and access services regardless of… race, religion… or sexual orientation."

He has also described the BNP as a “nasty, mean, distasteful and grubby bunch of sub-human flotsam and jetsam” on his personal blog.

And, when he received a great many criticisms of such a personalised attack, he refused to apologise, saying:

"I have no intention of withdrawing any of the comments I made about the British National Party and its membership. Nor will I apologise for making them. The BNP is a divisive, dangerous organisation which exists to spread fear, hatred and bigotry. There is no place in a civilised society for their views and people from all political parties and none should stand together against them."

Bourne has also said this:

"The growth in votes for the BNP is worrying. The message of racial division, which they put forward anti-immigrant, anti-Semitic, and anti those Britains who are of immigrant descent, is rightly something which the four main parties abhor and condemned on Equality Day during the election campaign…

Any political party that bases its appeal on division and hatred of people based on the colour of their skin or their racial origins is destined ultimately to fail…

We must make sure the BNP does not get a foothold in Welsh or British politics."

As far as I know no British Nationalist organisation “bases its appeal on division and hatred of people based on the colour of their skin or their racial origins”, and Bourne will know this.

The BNP et al would put those who made this a country that everyone else on the planet wants to come to in first place, not last.

The Bournes, of course, as is amply evidenced by the behaviours of the three main parties since the end of WWII, couldn’t give a damn what the British people want or deserve. They could not care less whether party policy shuffles the working-class Brit to the back of the queue for everything his immediate forbears willed to him.

Those whom the British Nationalist truly despise can be found inside Westminster, the Stock Exchange, the media and the anti-British PC Crowd. The only person that he could, perhaps, be portrayed as “hating” within the immigrant communities, is the immigrant criminal. You know, that man or woman who begs and pleads to be allowed in and then, once established, puts two fingers up at British society and takes that society for everything he or she can.

Nick Bourne is seen here with Oliver Letwin, a second-generation “Semitic” immigrant he obviously admires.


After one of Bourne’s anti-BNP outbursts, Phil Edwards, a party spokesman, said:

"Ithink he should be put in the stocks, tarred and feathered and driven out of town."

Which, compared to Bourne's “nasty, mean, distasteful… grubby bunch of sub-human flotsam and jetsam” outburst, isn’t exactly what you might call “over the top”.

Now is it?








The report prepared by The Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain was released in October, 2000, and was warmly welcomed byNew Labour.
It was, as previously stated, based upon an enquiry set up in 1997 by our part-Jewish Home Secretary, Jack Straw.

Here are a few of the things it said:
"Britishness and Englishness are racially coded terms with a Whites-only connotation...

A rethinking of the nation's self-image is needed...

Britishness, as much as Englishness, has systematic, largely unspoken, racist connotations... it is widely understood that Englishness, and therefore by extension Britishness, is racially coded. The unstated assumption is that Britishness and whiteness go together like roast beef and Yorkshire pudding...

To be English, as the term is used, is to be white...

The absence from the national curriculum of a rewritten history of Britain as an imperial force, involving dominance in Ireland, Africa, the Caribbean and Asia, is proving to be an unmitigated disaster...

There ain't no black in the Union Jack".

The report also stated:

"Hostility to the Jews is entirely one-sided, in the sense that it is unreciprocated and functions independently of its object; it is not the result of any particular objective factor or kind of behaviour on the part of Jewish people."

Which is rubbish.

Ask the Palestinians if you don't believe me. For that matter, ask anyone who has ever overtly supported the cause of the British people in this country. The violent protests against Mosley's blackshirts in the thirties were organised and largely carried out by Jewish elements.

Latterly, the Anti-Nazi League have, for the last thirty years, systematically denounced as Nazi, Fascist, racist et al. all those who dared to register their pro-British, anti-immigrant feelings too loudly. The Anti-Nazi League was set up in 1976 by the Socialist Workers Party and the Board of Deputies of British Jews.

The founder of the Socialist Workers Party was a gentleman by the name of Tony Cliff, whose real name is Ygael Gluckstein. Gluckstein is, as you might imagine, a Jew.
One of the many recommendations made by Runnymede's report was that there should be:

"Race equality and cultural diversity inspections in schools".

Do you get that, Mr. England?

If your kid chances to say something the least bit non-PC when the "Diversity Inspectors" come round, well, it's a stern dressing-down and the dunce's cap for him and a visit from the Thought Police for his dad!


When the Runnymede report was released,Nicky Gavron, vice-Chairman of the Runnymede Trust, remarked that the Royal Family should take the lead in promoting racial integration.

She was quoted in The Telegraph, thus:

"It would have been great if Prince Charles had been told to marry someone black. Imagine what message that would have sent out... We don't need them but they're fun for tourists to look at."

Gavron said the Royals sent out the wrong message about Britain today.

"They're a symbol of our unmeritocratic tendency and, of course, they're all white. It is part of a very unattractive hierarchy."

She had a similar complaint about the aristocracy in general, which she believes is:

"... too Anglo-Saxon... The problem with the Empire was the inequality of power. It was something we did to the Indians and Africans, not with them... We should keep the name Trafalgar Square. If you got rid of everything associated with anything bad you'd have nothing at all. A lot of street names coincided with the height of the Victorian empire and the peak of our colonial power, but we can't scrap all of them."

Gavron also said:

"We need to rethink our relationship with other peoples of the world, especially those with whom we have been linked for centuries as a result of our imperial past. We also need to rethink our internal relationships, not only between and within different communities but between religious communities, regions and countries."

As regards much loved British hymns such as Jerusalem and I Vow To Thee My Country, Gavron said:

"I am embarrassed by the words."

She also complained that the Runnymede Trust had received a stream of offensive telephone calls since its report was published.

"We've had non-stop hate mail. We had to turn the telephones off, there were so many racist calls. One started: 'Dear creeps, why don't you go and live abroad? Why not France, they're a bunch of bastards there as well'."

Until Ken Livingston's New Labour rehabilitation, thewoman who made these commentswas to be New Labour's official candidate for the post of Mayor of London.

Gavronis married to the mega-richformer publisherRobert Gavron.

Gavron was, until March, 2000, the Chairman of the Guardian Media Group, which owns The Guardian newspaper. He is a Governor of the London School of Economics, along with Cherie Blair and Lord Puttnam.

In 1996, he donated £500,000 to the Labour Party and, in June, 1999, he donated £500,000 more.

In that same month Tony Blair ennobled him.

Gavronalso gave £500,000 to Tony Blair's private office fund before the 1997 election.

Robert Gavron is also a member of the Runnymede Trust.

He and his wife, who are pictured below,are both Jewish.








This is Rudi Vis:




Rudi Vis, New Labour MP for Finchley and Golders Green, voted for the deregulation of cannabis.

He also voted a Bill into Parliament which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

He signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel, even though the police said that they believed Ricky, who was intoxicated, had fallen into the Thames whilst urinating.

He also signed two EDMs noting the death of black man, Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

He signed another EDM noting the death of the black man, Roger Sylvester, in prison custody.

He also signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza. Both of these boys were killed by feral gangs of first and second-generation immigrant youths but the EDM that Vis signed didn't bother to mention it.

Vis also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

He also signed an EDM commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan".

He also signed an EDM in 2004, commemorating black man, Christopher Alder, and calling for a public enquiry into his death in a Hull police station in 1992.

Vis was also happy to sign 7 out of the 8 EDMs mentioning Stephen Lawrence that were introduced since New Labour came to power.

However, Vis never saw fit to mention his constituent, Elizabeth Amlot, in the House of Commons, nor did he ever sign an EDM mentioning her.

Elizabeth was returning from a New Year's party at St Barnabus Church when Sertan Balci, an unemployed Kurdish asylum seeker, dragged her into an alley, punched her to the ground, kicked her repeatedly, sexually assaulted and robbed her. She died three days later in Barnet General hospital.

Nor did Vis ever mention his constituent, 79-year-old Leonard Harris, who was murdered by black career criminal, Michael Weir.

Weir spent less than two years in jail for committing this crime, because of a mistake made by the judges at the appeal court. Vis didn't kick up a fuss about this either.

Nor did Vis ever bother to mention his constituent, Elizabeth Stacey, in the House of Commons.

Elizabeth was murdered by the creepy, Scots oddball, Stephen Reid. He wanted her to be with him in heaven after he committed suicide, so he killed Elizabeth and then changed his mind about taking his own life.

Nor did Vis ever mention his constituent, Gary Osbourne, who was murdered by the West Indian drug trafficker, Kristian Maher, just one month after he had been released from a prison sentence in St Lucia.

Vis never signed an EDM commemorating any of the English people cited above either.

In fact, as far as I'm aware, he has never an EDM commemorating a British person who died at the hands of a first or second-generation immigrant and he never mentioned any of them on the floor of the House of Commons.


Rudi Vis is Dutch.





On18 September 2005, 31-year-old Lee Pygott was the victim of a savage and unprovoked attack in Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire.

On30 September 2005, the Spenboroughtoday.co.uk website reported thus:

"Lee Pygott was walking home after visiting a friend when he was jumped from behind in High Street, Heckmondwike. Just three hours earlier a 25-year-old man had been attacked, just around the corner in Lobley Street.

Police believe the assaults were carried out by the same gang of teenage thugs... Details have only just been released by the police. Lee said:

'I was coming up to the pelican crossing on High Street when I got jumped on. I don't remember much about it, I was knocked to the floor and lost consciousness. The next thing I knew the police were there and I was being taken to hospital.'

He lost three teeth and suffered two black eyes and bruising to the back of his head where he was kicked and punched...

Mr Pygott did not see the people who attacked him but other witnesses told police they saw three Asian men in the area at the time. The descriptions given were similar to those from the earlier attack."

Nothing was stolen from Lee or either of the other white victims of the September 16 attacks.

The Asians who launched these three unprovoked assaults did what they did because they felt like it. They knew that, in the politically correct climate of the times, they could do as they did with impunity. Lee's attackers knew that there would be no Paliamentary questions asked, no media circus and they also knew that the police and local politicians would do their bit to stifle any negative reaction from the indigenous population.

Most of all, those who did this knew that any sanction or censure from the Asian community would be kept in-house.

They would not be given up by their own.

Shahid Malik, New Labour MP for Dewsbury and a Minister in the Department for International Development,has only been an MP since May 2005 and yet he has already built up an impressive PC portfolio.

Hesigned several Early Day Motions mentioning words and phrases such as "stigma" and"discrimination", whichcalled for vigilance and/or action against"racism", "fascism" and the "dangerous, fascist and racist threat posed by the BNP".


He signed an EDMcongratulating the "Hope not Hate tour" of the ultra-PC Red,Billy Bragg; Love Music Hate Racism; Unite Against Fascism andSearchlight.



He signed another EDM congratulating "the anti-racist group, Show Racism the Red Card, on celebrating its 10th anniversary". The EDM"lookedforward to the day when racismis confined to the history books".

He signed another EDM which stated that:

"This House is heartened by the profound sense of unity in the UK since the terrible events of 7th July 2005...and urges the Government to do everything in its power to ensure that... NOTHING IMPERILS THE DIVERSE AND MULTICULTURAL CHARACTER OF THE UK."

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatred legislation in January, 2006.

This was intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain. Thus, at a time when Muslims were blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who dared to criticise the prophet,Malik voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the tolerant, kind and much put-upon native, white population of these islands.

Malik made his maiden speech during the debate leading up to this latest race law being imposed. On21 June 2005, he informed the House that other great Lancastrians (just like him one presumes) had"crossed the Pennines to do missionary work in Yorkshire".

Look out, people, here comes the British-born Muslim to do "missionary work" in the dinosaur area of Dewsbury, where the unreconstructed Yorkshire folk (racists) live!

Malik then went on to describe how "Dewsbury has produced men who have changed the course of human history". Implying, perhaps, thatthis New Dewsbury fellow seeshimself asa "man" whois going to"change the course ofhuman history".

Headded:

"I stand here today, the first British-born Muslim MP, but representing a seat with the highest BNP vote in the country... As a former member of the Commission for Racial Equality and as the only commissioner from Great Britain on the Northern Ireland Equality Commission, I have spent a lot of time and much of my working life fighting sectarianism, bigotry and hatred".

In other words, he's never had a proper job.

He went on:

"The world has changed, however, and PARLIAMENT MUST BE RECEPTIVE AND REFLECT HE NEW REALITY. Now, when I receive anonymous hate mail or the family car is firebombed in the middle of the night, or when abuse is hurled from cars that whisk by, or I am surrounded by a gang of 20 thugs from Combat 18 telling me that I am going to die, it is because I am a Muslim."

If "20 thugs from Combat 18" toldMalik he was going to die becausehe is a Muslim, how come he is alive to tell the tale?

Did he fight them off? Did he reason with them?Did they all, suddenly, see the light andgo home to their mams singing the praises of Allah?

I think Malik is fibbing here, don't you? He was never surrounded by 20 thugs from Combat-18 threatening to kill him. He is exaggerating for maximum effect.

In other words, he's being a politician.

"I have challenged the poison of Nick Griffin and the BNP", he added.

Hmm.

I don't know about liars Shahid. I mean, if you compare theBNPwith the inveterate liars in Westminster, ("Weapons of Mass Destruction", "Saddam can bomb us in 45 minutes" etc.)they come across as a bunch of monks alongside that lot, don't you think?

Malik continued:

"A modern Britain has no place for extremism of any order. We often talk of our pride in the British tradition of tolerance, but I ADVISEHONOURABLE MEMBERS TO THROW TOLERANCE IN THE BIN… TOLERANCE IS FICKLE AND... MEANINGLESS!...

We need to move to a society that goes beyond tolerance, and which moves towards acceptance."

Wow!

Acceptance of what, we wonder.

Acceptance of what the majority don't want? Acceptance of whateverMalik decides is good for us? Acceptance of what he and THEY want to stuff down our throats?

Hey, Shahid, would you mind if we Brits took you at your word and threw tolerance in the bin?

Would you mind awfully if we didn't tolerate jumped up toerags like you telling us what to be, think and do and, for once, put ourselves first?

I don't think that's what you meant, is it? I think you're preaching intolerance for the immigrant and the PCpolitician and race laws and imprisonment for poor whitey if he dares to speak up for himself.

Am I right?

Malik then said this:

"In constituencies such as mine... there is severe segregation. It is ignorance of other cultures and other faiths that breeds fear: it is fear that breeds hatred, and hatred that breeds ignorance.

IT IS OUR JOB, AS POLITICIANS... TOPUSH FOR EVEN GREATER INTEGRATION...

At this point, I feel that I would be failing in my duty if I did not mention how abhorrent I found the Conservatives' general election campaign, which ruthlessly exploited voters' insecurity about issues of immigration. It was profoundly depressing and served only to give the FAR-RIGHT FASCISTS credibility."

So, Malik seems to be implying that, any Brit, who feels "insecure" about immigration is a "far-right fascist.

Good, eh?

He added:

"On a positive note, we have never before had such a diverse Parliament… it is right that we celebrate our diversity… Britain is proud to be a diverse society."

Is it?

Does Malik really believe that every working-class, white Briton is proud of the waytheir know-better, do-gooder, bleeding-heartpoliticians ignoredthem in the 1950s, whenthey saidthey wanted ALL immigration stopped and, every time an opinion poll was conducted on the subject, 90 percent or more of those who voiced a preference said NO MORE IMMIGRANTS, PLEASE!

Are you "proud" of the fact that even now, after fifty long years of remorseless PC propaganda, and mass murder in London committed by those they allowed in against our express wishes, the politiciancontinues to ignore what the vast majority of the indigenous population really want?

"The Bill that we are debating today... sends out a very powerful signal of WHAT IS AND WHAT IS NOT ACCEPTIBLE in our modern-day society," said Malik. "It still sets out the parameters of decency that we expect from citizens in a cohesive, forward-looking Britain."

I guess Malik forgot to add, "a cohesive, forward-looking Britain RUN BY PEOPLE LIKE ME"!

In 2005, Shahid Malik won the "House Magazine Best Maiden Speech" award, beating 117 new MPs in the process, with theclaptrap cited above.

So, who are the racists and the fascists that Malik, so casually, denigrantes in his thoughts and speeches?

An article in 30th of June, 2002, edition of The Observer gives us a clue:

Malik was in hospital at that time, after he was beaten up (allegedly) by the police. They suspected him of having taken part in the Burnley riots and had treated him accordingly. Malik insisted that they were wrong to think this and he had been trying to calm the situation when he was set upon.

Anyway, at first, Malik trots out the usual PC stuff.

To whit:

"There is a need to assimilate all cultures into a new as yet undefined and ever evolving British culture...

Integration of course is part of the solution… If we are serious in terms of education then our curriculum, materials, teachers and senior management need to reflect the local community in all its diversity, and help develop a common set of core values... The biggest obstacle to racial harmony in this country is the pervasive institutional racism that exists...

During the Burnley and Oldham riots… the local media was at best over-zealous in putting to print the malignant voices of right wing discontent…

We have not created an environment where people are happy allow public funds to go to deprived areas - irrespective of the ethnic origin of its inhabitants. The issue here is not one of preferential treatment or positive discrimination or political correctness…. It is about creating a society that accepts that public funds should prioritise those in greatest need (Asians) and that, when we successfully do so, we all benefit".

Then he says this

"If we are to defeat the far-right then our leaders must challenge them at every opportunity… The message must be simple - we need to create a society where people have only two options:

EITHER YOU'RE RACIST OR ANTI-RACIST. In other words, IF YOU FAIL TO CONDEMN...YOU WITTINGLY CONDONE"!

In other words, folks, you are with us or you are against us.

You are a politically correct, pro-immigrant, mind-moulding,world-changing "anti-racist"like Malik, or you are a "racist". Who should be dealt with, one presumes.

So, Mr. England, are you a "racist", according to Malik's definition of the word?

If you are not on his side, I'm afraid that this former Commissioner on the Commission for Racial Equality,has determined that that is, indeed, what you are. And you are, probably, a fascist, a little-Englander, a neo-Nazi, a white supremacist and a redneck to boot, in the minds of all the Maliks who seem to control our worldthese days.

Gratitude, eh?

You give them sanctuary and then, within the same generation that they are allowed in, they are saying that you "have only two options: either you're racist or anti-racist... if you fail to condemn... you 'wittingly' condone."

That's us, then.

The second-generation immigrant Muslim MP has spoken.

Anyway folks,I have aset of truths to tell that Malik will never apprise you of.

Everything you read at this website is, as far as one lone Englishman has been able to determine, accurate.

And yet Malik would not applaud me for telling the truth, he would condemn me for it.

So, here's the thing that both Shahid Malik and myself would like to know,

Whose side are you are on?

His

Or mine.

In Shahid Malik's maiden speech he also told the House this:

"I was beaten to a pulp by a gang of skinheads on my first day at high school... In those days we were all seen as 'Pakis' and we were all fair game."

Which experience, if it's true,should have given Malik a special sense of empathy with all of those who get beaten up by racists. But this doesn't appear to be the case, I'm afraid.

You see, Shaid Malik never bothered to mention the racist attack upon his constituent,Lee Pygott, in parliament.

Lee is pictured below, alongside an MP who doesn't seem to be interested in the kind of racism that he was subjected to.







This is Simon Hughes:



Simon Hughes, New Labour MP for North Southwark and Bermondsey, voted to decriminalise cannabis usage and possession.

He has also mentioned the phrase "institutionalised racism" several times in the House of Commons.

And, although Hughes also signed a good Many Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, he did not see fit to sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

Hughes also condemned footballer,Jonathan Woodgate, for having beaten up an Asian man, in what seems to have been a fair fight, but he has never criticised any black soccer players for doing the same.

Nor has he ever brought to the public's attention any of those cases where black footballers have committed rape and/or have "roasted" underage girls.

He signed an EDM criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

He also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

He also signed two EDMs which mentioned Rolan Adams and one commemorating Rohit Duggal.

He also signed an EDM sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

He also signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

Hughes has also mentioned Stephen Lawrence many times in Parliament and has signed 4 EDMs which mentioned his name.

However, Hughes did not bother to mention the murder of his constituent, Michael Jones, or sign an EDM commemorating him.

Michael was shot dead as he answered the door to two black men in balaclavas.

Nor did he mention the murder of his constituent, Rod Hall, who was killed by Usman Durrani, or sign an EDM commemorating him.

Rod wanted to break up with Durrani, a Muslim father-of-two with whom he was having a sado-masochistic relationship, but Duranni persuaded him to have one last romp. After hetied Rob to the bed, he stabbed him 28 times.

Nor did Hughes ever mention the murder of his constituent, Michael Leahy, who was killed by one or more members of a black gang, or sign an EDM commemorating him.

Nor did Hughes ever mention the death of 24-year-old Irishman, Anthony O'Brien, who wasstabbed to death by a black mannear the George IV pub in Walworth.

Illegal immigrant, Curtis Clarke, was accused of stabbing Anthony to death three weeks after entering Britain.

Despite the fact that Clarke's girlfriend, Fiona Fleming, identified him as the killer, despite the fact that he went disappeared immediately after Anthony's death, despite the fact that the police and the DPP were so sure of their case that they had Clarke extradited from Jamaica, after 11 hours deliberation an Old Bailey jury found him not guilty of murder and manslaughter.

You would have thought that this would have been an ideal "miscarriage of justice case" for a shiny-eyed "idealist" like Hughes to get his teeth into wouldn't you?

Unfortunately for Anthony, he was white andClarke was an immigrant black

As for the ethnic make up of the jury that found Clarke not guilty, I'm not sure.

But, if I had been an MP representing the area where Anthony died, I would have found out, and, if the ethnic origins of the jury had had a bearing on the case, I would have called an urgent debate in parliament.

We know this is happening in Britain, the colour of the jury has been having an effect on the verdict for decades now.

As far as I know, the matter has never been debated in parliament.


As I write this, Hughes, the President of the Liberal Democrats, is a candidate for the leadership of the party.

After denyingit on several occasions, he finally admitted that he was homosexual in January, 2006.

It is interesting to note that Hughes entered parliament more than two decades before, at a by-electionin the Labour stronghold of Bermondsey. He ran a very muscular campaign against the youthful, Australian candidate put up by the Labour Party.

Hughes' opponent, who was trounced because of his overt homosexuality, was the notorious gay activist, Peter Tatchell.







Joan Ryan, New Labour MP for Enfield North, voted to downgrade the illegality of cannabis in the October, 2003 division, such that possession will no longer be an arrestable offence in most cases.

She also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated. This legislation, in common with all the other race law placed upon the statute book in the last forty years, only ever seems to be used against the indigenous population.

She was also happy to sign an EDM commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However, she did not care to sign an EDM commemorating her constituent, 25-year-old Gary Willmer, who was stabbed to deathinEnfield, inthe same year that Stephen died, by the Turkish Cypriot brothers, Onur and Ugar Oguzca and an illegal immigrant named Mustapha. These three men alsoattacked one ofGary's friends with an iron bar and threatened the rest with firearms.

Ryan did not call for theforeigners who murderedGary to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of his murder.

Nor did she ever mention the name of Enfield resident, Peter King, or sign an EDM commemorating him, or call for theforeigners who murdered him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of his murder.

In fact, Ryan has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first and second generation immigrants since the time of Stephen Lawrence's death in Parliament, nor has she ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.


Stephen Twigg,was the New Labour MP for Enfield Southgate until he was voted out of parliament in May, 2005.

As regards Twigg's homosexuality, he voted on two occasions to lower the homosexual age of consent to 16.

He voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples and voted against an amendment which would have allowed parents a greater say over the content of sex education in the schools that their children attend.

He also voted against an amendment which sought to retain Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality.


Twigg made many remarks, in an out of parliament, along the lines of this one:

"It is a privilege to represent such a diverse multicultural constituency."

However, Twigg, a London MP, has never made the statistics known which were contained in an Evening Standard article of the 14th of January, 2004, which said::

"A hard core of violent muggers is behind a surge in gang rapes in London… there has been one group sex attack for every day of the last year. Two thirds of the suspects had convictions for theft and robbery and half had been involved in street crime in the last 12 months. The study found a disproportionately high number of black and Asian men were involved in the attacks. Around 49 per cent of suspects were described as Afro-Caribbean and 13 per cent as Indian or Pakistani… White women accounted for 59 per cent of the victims."

Twigg has also said this:

"I work closely with the Jewish community and was Chair of Labour Friends of Israel".

Whilst Twigg was an MP he signed many Early Day Motions congratulating and eulogising Israel and the wider Jewish community.

However, he never signed an EDM which condemned the Israeli Army for the deliberate shooting of 21-year-old Englishman, Tom Hurndall, "whilst helping Palestinian children escape gunfire from an Israeli army watchtower". Nor did he sign an EDM which condemned the killing of Englishman, "Iain Hook, an UN worker, by the Israeli army", and the shooting of Irishwoman, Caoimhe Butterly.

In fact he never signed an EDM critical of Israel whilst he was an MP.

However, Twigg did vote to go to war against Iraq after the final and most important debate on the 18th of March, 2003.

He also voted for war on all five occasions in the 2002-2003 series of Commons divisions that led to the invasion of Iraq and voted against an amendment which sought to prevent the invasion of Afghanistan.

He also voted for the military action which led to led to the widespread bombing of Iraq in 1998.


Twigg was happy to vote for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

And, during the lifetime of the New Labour government, Twigg signed quite a few EDMs concerned with the situation of foreigners in prison overseas. However, he didn't bother to sign anyof thoseEDMsconcerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned in other countries.

And, although Twigg signed a good few Early Day Motions sympathetic to and supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants since New Labour came to power, he did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

Twigg also mentioned Michael Menson in the House of Commons. Menson, a black musician, was accosted by three men in Edmonton and set alight.

The media and unscrupulous politicians alike have tried to manoeuvre the facts of this case in such a way that the British public are left with the impression that this was a white on black "racist" crime.

However, those who murdered Michael Menson were not British. Ozgay Cevat and Charalambous Constantinou are Cypriots, Mario Pereira is Asian. Husseyin Abdullah, who was found guilty of perverting the course of justice, having lied to the police on the murderers' behalf, is also Asian.

Twigg also signed an EDM sympathising with Asian, Satpal Ram, who, when drunk, repeatedly stabbed an unarmed Englishman who had been minding his own business. Clarke Pearce died as a result of his injuries.

He has also used the phrase "institutionalised racism" on more than one occasion, has mentioned the name of Stephen Lawrence several times in the House of Commons, has also signed an EDM mentioning him.


However, Twigg did not see fit to mention did not mention Enfield resident, Gary Willmer, in House of Commons, nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating him.


Gary, an indigenous Briton, was, as I have already mentioned, murdered by two Turkish Cypriots and an illegal immigrant.

Nor didTwigg call for these threeforeigners to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of Gary's murder.

Nor did he ever mention Enfield resident, Peter King, or sign an EDM commemorating him, or call for the men who murdered him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of his murder.

In fact, Twigg has never mentioned any indigenous Briton killed by first and second-generation immigrants in Britain since Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.

No MPever mentioned Gary Willmer in the House of Commons or bothered to sign an EDM commemorating him.







On the 28th of February, 2001, Keith Vaz, Tony Blair's Europe Minster, who is of African-Asian origin, gave the keynote speech at a conference on "Citizenship, Identity and Ethnicity in Europe" at the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna.

The seminar was organised by the Institute for Human Sciences in co-operation with the British Embassy, the British Council and Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

"The great diversity of cultures within the EU has enriched our countries immeasurably... Britain is without doubt a multicultural society... Switch on the television and you will see ethnic minority newsreaders, political commentators and writers... Watch any arts programme and you will increasingly find that much of contemporary British culture is a hybrid".

That which Vaz eulogises here has its downside, as all the multiculturalists know. When our world is filled up with ethnic minority "newsreaders, political commentators and writers", sportsmen, pop stars, actors, celebs and icons of every race and hue, this, by definition, is fine for those who are, thus, elevated. But is it so wonderful for those whose places they take?

How can the ethnic, British man, whose prospects of a good job are diminished by the encouragement of everything non-native, possibly feel good about it? How does the lad who never gets his chance because the Keith Vazzes of this world are busy positively discriminating against him and promoting everything black, brown and different beyond the level of their talents?

More than 90,000 British corner shops, paper shops and general stores are, at this moment in time, owned by Asian shopkeepers in this country. Why on earth should those working-class British people who would have inherited this step up the ladder, had the immigrant been kept out, feel that Vaz's "multicultural society" has worked for them when it hasn't?

The elite gangsters who forced this alien world upon the native Briton always knew this stuff. They were always aware that the indigenous working-class communities would suffer any negative consequences of the New World Order's multicultural game plan. Most didn't care. Some actively relished the demotion and humiliation of the poor British in their own land.

The tone of Vaz's speech suggests to me that he is one of the latter. He continues:

"The British Government's policies on multiculturalism are clear. We see strength and enrichment in diversity. And we believe that one of the greatest responsibilities we have is to try to make Britain a... society which makes a celebration out of the fact that we are multi-cultural, multi-religious and multi-racial; one which... celebrates people's differences.

In the last couple of years, as in many other EU partner countries, the number of people coming to live in Britain has risen considerably... we must continue to meet our obligations under the Geneva Convention to protect these individuals and to offer them sanctuary...

We are also making changes to the immigration system. These improvements include a review of work permit provision, to make it easier for British companies to fill skill shortages with overseas workers... and a strategy to attract more international students...

Our immigration policy has to change with this to meet these new needs and expectations. My Home Office colleague, Barbara Roche, opened a welcome public debate last Autumn about the economic and social benefits of migration".

We know that the British people who died on 7/7 experienced something other than the "social benefits of migration", as, presumably, have all of those who loved them.

We know that more than 200,000 British people are leaving the country every year because they can't stand it any more.

In London alone, in the period 1993-2002, 726,000 immigrants are KNOWN to have arrived, whilst, during the same period, 606,000 Londoners are KNOWN to have left.

When those Londoners left their homes, I guess the "social benefits of migration" were not uppermost in their thoughts.

Why has the "white flight" of the English from their own capital city always been ignored by the MPs that the Londoner elected to represent him? Why do their hearts always bleed for Jenny and Johnny-come-lately whey they never bleed at all for their own?

Is the word traitor too harsh, do you think? You wouldn't think it was if you knew what I knew.

Of course, Vaz is no traitor. He is a successful colonist. He arrived, he saw what he wanted and he took it. He did not ask our permission. He did not wait in line. He did not pay his dues. And, now, he is in a position to tell us, whose ancestors are all buried in this land, what to do, be and think.

When the subject of "white flight" is mentioned in parliamentary circles, you can be sure that Keith Vaz will not be overly concerned.

He went on to say:

"There has been quite a bit of debate in Britain about just what it means to be British... For some, it is a narrow term suggesting white, English... The term British is not a static one but one that has to take account of the changes in our society over the last thirty years".

So, if you are white and English, and not too keen on having the homogeneous and stable society that you built altered to suit the tastes of those who created a world so dreadful that they wished to escape from it, your point of view is "narrow". And you really must, henceforward, "take account of the changes" that have been imposed upon your society "over the last thirty years" by such escapees.

People like Keith Vaz, for instance.

And then, of course, there was the obligatory mention of Stephen Lawrence.

"Stephen Lawrence was a black teenager stabbed to death by a group of white youths while waiting for a bus with a friend in April 1993... One of the first acts of the Labour government when it came to power in 1997 was to establish an inquiry into Stephen's death... The report was heavily critical of the performance of the London Police, especially for the refusal of several police officers to treat the crime as a racist incident".

Funny isn't it, how New Labour only ever seems to be interested in establishing enquiries into black and brown deaths?

Can you think of any kind of an enquiry that has been launched over the last nine years of New Labour government which asked why the first and second-generation immigrant is killing the indigenous inhabitant of this country are a far greater rate than the reverse? Can you bring to mind any enquiry ever set up to investigate the extraordinary levels of rape that the women and young girls of Britain have had to endure at the hands of the alien man?

You cannot, because such an enquiry has never taken place.

Double standards? The phrase is nowhere near powerful enough to describe the methodical deception of a great nation by those who wished the multicultural experiment to prosper. Stephen Lawrence's name has been mentioned more than a thousand times in parliament, whereas the vast majority of the eight hundred or so British people murdered by foreigners in this country since his death have never been mentioned once.

Stephen has also been the subject of 14 parliamentary Early Day Motions. Not one EDM has ever been introduced, since his death, commemorating a native Briton murdered by an Asian or a black person in this country. Vaz continues:

"There are still not enough people from ethnic minorities in our parliament or in the civil service... We have already made considerable progress in promoting racial equality in central government, where departments have announced targets for recruitment, retention and career progression of ethnic minority staff. The Foreign Office, my own government department, has made particular progress on this issue. Britain also has an independent body, the Commission for Racial Equality, to champion the cause of tackling racism".

So, as far as Vaz is concerned, "there are still not enough people from ethnic minorities in our parliament or in the civil service".

And yet, in June, 2002, Vaz, himself, introduced an EDM into parliament which said:

"This House congratulates David Calvert-Smith QC, the Director of Public Prosecutions, on his being awarded a knighthood in the Jubilee Honours List; notes his strong commitment to diversity and welcomes the fact that since his appointment as DPP in 1998 the percentage of ethnic minority staff at the CPS has increased from 8.4 per cent. to 11.6 per cent. in 2002, a higher figure than most government departments; and asks him to continue to pursue the diversity agenda at the CPS with vigour."

So in this area, at least, we see that, as the ethnic minorities represent about 7 percent of the country, since 1998, they have been over-represented in the department of the DDP.

And, not only have they been over-represented all that time, the unfairness of the situation is getting worse! And Vaz applauds this increasing unfairness, asking the DPP to "continue to pursue" the unfair representation at the DPP "with vigour"!

So, we can see that over-representation of ethnic minorities and under representation of the native, British population is of no concern for Vaz at all.

The following MPs signed the EDM cited above:

Conservatives: Peter Bottomley.

New Labour: Vera Baird, Ann Cryer, Angela Eagle, Jeff Ennis, Win Griffiths, John McDonnell, Julie Morgan, Alan Simpson, Rudi Vis, Betty Williams.

Liberal Democrats: Norman Baker, Andrew George, Matthew Green and Nigel Jones.

Liberal Democrats: Norman Baker, Andrew George, Matthew Green and Nigel Jones.

We voted for these, ladies and gentlemen.

Are you happy that they demonstrate such discriminatory concern for the employment and promotion of the recent immigrant, and yet, show no concern at all at the disenfranchisement of the native Briton?

On the 21st of January, 2003, The Cambridgeshire News reported thus:
"Figures show that the Home Office, the immigration service and probation service have already exceeded their own 2009 targets for recruitment of black or Asian officials. Nearly one in three of all Home Office staff is now from a minority-ethnic group".
Which means that, less than two years after Vaz complained that there weren't "enough people from ethnic minorities in our parliament or in the civil service", there was more than four times as many ethnic minority staff employed within the Home Office, than there ought to have been. If a strictly proportional representation of their incidence in the general population had been the criteria for selection, that is.

All of this in the government department that determines what we Brits must put up with now and in the future.

There are only two possible answers for this. Either, during the last year or so, New Labour has gone stark raving bonkers and has been hiring ethnic minority staff at a rate many, many times more than they ought to have done if they were the least bit interested in being strictly fair to the native, British stock. Or, when Vaz insisted that ethnic minorities were not being properly represented in parliament in February, 2001, he was lying.

Of course, both of these things could also be true.

I'll tell you one thing that will never happen. Vaz, the creatures who signed his 2002 EDM, and all those like them in the New Labour movement, will never point out, in a major European speech, that the indigenous population of this country are now vastly under-represented in some, if not all areas of government.

Finally Vaz was moved to say:

"Racism and xenophobia must be tackled at the European level too... The unanimous and speedy agreement of the Race Directive last June demonstrated the consensus that exists amongst Member States on the need to tackle the menace of racism... We need... to take effective action to stamp out racism in our Member States."

I know whom Tony and his cronies, all of the politically correct, most of the rest of Westminster, one or two recent immigrants and Keith Vaz would rather stamp out, but the British people, themselves? Who do you think they would rather stamp out?

Who do you think your granddad would rather stamp his steel toe-capped pit boots on, Mr. England?

Keith Vaz or me?

Anyway, ladies and gentlemen, that is what Tony Blair's African-Asian Europe Minister, Keith Vaz, had planned for us in 2001.

Room 101. That's what me and my pal, Georgie Orwell, would call it.

It's what Tony Blair and Keith Vaz would triumphantly describe as a Brave, New World.

Huxley would turn in his grave.

On the 20th of March, 2001, The Guardian described Vaz thus:
"Early in his Commons career he called for Salman Rushdie's novel, Satanic Verses, to be withdrawn while defending the right of minorities to have their say. Later this once arch-Eurosceptic denounced those in his party critical of the European Union. And in 2001 he appeared to survive the controversy over his role in passport applications by two Indian businessmen, the Hinduja brothers, being cleared of wrongdoing by the Hammond report... even as he came under heavy fire for failing to co-operate fully with an inquiry by the parliamentary commissioner for standards, Elizabeth Filkin.

Mr Vaz is a Goanese Catholic born in 1956 in Aden... The family moved to Twickenham when he was nine. He went from Latymer upper school in Hammersmith to Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he was a contemporary of the prime minister's spin doctor, Alastair Campbell, the BBC's political editor Andrew Marr... He secured first class honours in law, going on to study at the College of Law before practising first as a solicitor and then, from 1991, as a barrister. He also grew up with politics. His widowed mother, Merlyn Lobo, is now a councillor in Leicester and his BBC presenter sister, Valerie Vaz, has frequently sought Labour candidacies as a leftwinger.

It was no surprise that Keith Vaz should follow the same route, at first unsuccessfully, coming a poor third in 1983 as Labour's candidate for hopeless Richmond and Barnes, a year later losing Surrey West by 50,000 votes. These disappointments made him an outspoken advocate of 'black sections' within the Labour party, then a real cause of controversy. The stance may have helped him win selection for Leicester East, a seat with some 16,000 non-white voters, mostly Gujaratis, but if it did, his supporters must have been disappointed when he turned against black sections on entering parliament...

He became a parliamentary private secretary serving Tony Blair's close friend Derry Irvine. Then came the magic endorsement: Lord Irvine said his PPS was... 'the most incredible networker I have ever met'.

This backing from so well connected a source must have assisted Mr Vaz's rapid ministerial promotion, from parliamentary secretary in Lord Irvine's Lord Chancellor's department to minister for Europe at the Foreign Office."

On the 17th of March, 2001, the BBC website reported thus:
"The Home Secretary Jack Straw has said many Asians believe the embattled Europe minister Keith Vaz is a victim of a 'witchhunt' because of his race. Mr Vaz has been under intense pressure to resign. He faced 18 separate allegations of wrongdoing, ranging from soliciting money to failing to declare links with businessmen.

One charge was upheld, nine were rejected, but consideration of eight more was not completed because Mr Vaz did not answer questions put to him by the parliamentary commissioner for standards, Elizabeth Filkin.

Mr Straw said he was struck by the number of Asian Britons who felt media criticism of Keith Vaz was motivated by racism.

'On Thursday evening, when I was at a dinner, a lot of Asian people there were coming up to me and making exactly the same point. I think the papers need to bear that in mind', he told the BBC Radio 4's Today programme...

He said Mr Vaz was a 'very good MP and a good minister'.

Mr Vaz's Leicester East constituency Labour Party also came out in strong support of him... The constituency party was accused by MPs on the Parliamentary Standards Committee of being unhelpful and not providing information for the inquiry into the minister's conduct. The Leicester East party said in a statement that members had acted to preserve the integrity of the local party'."

Vaz once described himself as "a leading member, if not THE leading member, of the Asian community in this country."
In 2000, he threatened to hound Eurosceptics out of New Labour. In a leaked letter, he wrote:

"We know who you Eurosceptics are and we're coming to get you in your constituencies."

In February 1990, he wrote an article in The Guardian urging Salman Rushdie not to publish The Satanic Verses in paperback because "there is no such thing as absolute freedom of speech".

That same month, he suggested that an IRA bomb in Leicester might have been planted by the British army.

The Parliamentary Standards Committee Report discovered that he had failed to declare a financial link to someone he had recommended for an honour.

He resigned as Europe Minister after New Labour's 2001 general election victory.

And we all heaved a huge sigh of relief.

Until the Blairite toady, Dennis MacShane, took his place and began to say and do much the same thing as his predecessor.

A co-chairman of the nine-strong board of trustees of the Institute for Human Sciences, which hosted the "Citizenship, Identity and Ethnicity in Europe", at which Keith Vaz spoke, is none other than Lord Weidenfeld,
Establishment insider, Weidenfeld, is the Chairman of Ben Gurion University in Israel and was none other than Chaim Weizmann's Cabinet Secretary at one time. Weizmann who, probably, did more than any other to create the Israeli state, was that country's first President.

Weidenfeld acted as liaison between Harold Wilson and leading figures in the Israeli governing classes in the 60s and 70s. He was also the first to inform the Israeli Government that Madeline Albright was Jewish, may years before the rest of the world found out.

He is also a close friend of and adviser to Peter Mandelson, and was once, the boyfriend of Barbara Amiel, the Telegraph journalist, who was twenty-three years his junior at the time.

Amiel's parents were divorced when she was eight-years-old and her mother kicked her out of the family home when she was 14, saying:

"Your stepfather and I just can't deal with you any more, so you have to move out".

Her natural father committed suicide when she was fifteen, she was a drug addict during her teenage years. And, at twenty-four, she had an abortion at five months.

Amiel said of this incident:

"I couldn't wait the extra four months and then, if the child was 'inconvenient' for me, put it up for adoption. I chose murder instead".

Amiel once described herself thus:

"I have been a bitch all my life and did not need the authority of money to be one. My detractors were calling me a fascist bitch long before I had a penny. I am a North London Jew who has read a bit of history. That means I know this: in a century that has seen the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian, British and Soviet Empires, reversal of fortune is this rich bitch's reality. One might as well keep walking and have the family's Vuitton suitcases packed".

Amiel is also on Telegraphic record as having said:

"This conflict in the Middle East is not amenable to a peaceful solution and can only be solved by the total victory of one side. This means the Arabs annihilating the Israelis or the Israelis being forced to use every means, not excluding nuclear power, to defend themselves. If you are a nation of under six million people surrounded by 70 million enemies who don't accept your existence, the only option is to fight to the death".

It was Lord Weidenfeld who introduced Amiel to the Zionist, Conrad Black, infamous former proprietor of The Telegraph and the owner of The Jerusalem Post, whom she married in 1992.

In December, 2003, an EDM was introduced into parliament which noted that Black: "has admitted that, whilst Chief Executive of the media conglomerate Hollinger International, which publishes The Telegraph newspapers, he and other executives received unauthorised secret payments of £19 million; and considers that although he is unlikely to face judicial process or penal sanctions, he should be regarded as a person unsuitable to sit in the House of Lords."

Hollinger's "other executives" included Amiel herself, and the mega-murky Jews, Henry Kissinger and Richard Perle.

Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, was also once on the board. The former President of France was the leading light behind the European Constitution that, until Ruperth Murdoch wagged his finger, Tony Blair was so keen to foist upon the rest of us.

Lord Peter Carrington was also a member of the Hollinger board. Carrington has been the co-Chairman, with Kissinger, of the Bilderberger organisation for some time now. This secretive organisation is basically, a collection of immensely powerful elder statesmen, financiers and multinational corporation owners who get together once a year to meet and vet the up and comers, and plan the way forward for the World Order in the short and long term.

Margaret Thatcher also acted as an advisory member of the Hollinger board at one time.

Another less well known character that we could have, at one time, found on the Hollinger board was one Paul Reichmann, a Hungarian-born Canadian real estate entrepreneur. Reichmann is the business partner in Quantum Realty, a $525-million real estate investment fund, of his fellow Hungarian Jew, the billionaire financier, Georgi Soros,

Interestingly, Soros can also be found, with Lord Weidenfeld, on the board of trustees of the Institute for Human Sciences.

It was Soros who, in 1992, brought about Black Wednesday in Britain, when UK Chancellor, Norman Lamont, was forced to devalue the British pound after promising many times that he wouldn't.

In 1992, John Major was forced by currency speculators led by Soros, to abandon the European Exchange Rate Mechanism. The Conservatives' reputation for economic competence was destroyed and they have been consigned to the political rubbish bin ever since.

Chairman Blair, Peter Mandelson, Alistair Campbell and all the other New Labour self-luvvies have claimed, ad nauseam, that it was Our Dear Leader's charisma that won New Labour its landslide in 1997. However, the Tories were stuck in precisely the same lowly position in the polls on the day of the election that they had occupied immediately after Black Wednesday, and their unpopularity never wavered in the interim.

In 1987, Nigel Lawson had begun to shadow the Deutschmark. John Major, who succeeded Lawson as chancellor in 1989, took the pound into the ERM. The pound went in at a rate of 2.95 marks, which most economists thought was too high. The inflationary effects of the post-unification boom caused the German Bundesbank to raise interest rates sharply at this time and they inflated to a record 8.75 percent in mid-1992. Britain, shadowing the German currency, had, thus, to keep her own interest rates high. This, added to the fact that the economy was already paying the price of the predictably unsustainable "Lawson boom" of the late 1980s, proved disastrous.

In 1992, Major and Lamont were categoric in their assertions that the pound would stay in the ERM. They asked Bundesbank chief Helmut Schlesinger to help out by cutting German rates. He refused.

The government put up interest rates to 10 to 12 and then to 15 percent to defend the pound, but as Lamont well knew, it was never going to work. In the end the government threw in the towel and left the ERM. The amount of money spent defending the pound has never been fully revealed but Lamont acknowleged that many billions of pounds, a big chunk of the country's foreign exchange reserves, had been wasted.

The pound fell 15 percent against the mark and Georgi Soros nicked a billion or two off the British without raising a sweat. Many British businesses failed as a result of the rise in interest rates and thousands of British workers were made redundant.

In 1997, Soros led the charge against the Asian Tiger economies and many, including Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamed, blamed him for the economic collapse of their system. Once again, Soros made pots of money from his speculations, once again the markets failed and, this time, millions of workers were affected.

Later that year, the New Labour Chancellor, Gordon Brown, handed responsibility for interest rates to Eddie George and the Bank of England.

On April 17th 2000, in a remarkably frank article, Georgi Soros was quoted in The Guardian:
"The phenomenal rise of Vladimir Putin out of nowhere bore an eerie resemblance to the feat of political engineering that got Boris Yeltsin re-elected in 1996. From long experience with Boris Berezovsky, I saw his hand in both operations.

I first met the Russian financier and industrialist at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 1996. The Communist candidate for the presidency of Russia, Gennadi Zyuganov, had been well received by the business community at Davos. I told Berezovsky that if Zyuganov was elected, he would not be safe in Russia...

According to his own public statements, my warning about his safety concentrated his mind. He got together with the other leading Russian businessmen who were attending the Davos conference and they formed a syndicate to work for Yeltsin's re-election. That is how they became the oligarchs."

In a 1996 article, Forbes Magazine, the most respected business magazine in America, stated that Boris Berezovsky was the head of the Russian Mafia.

Berezovsky's fellow oligarch, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, is the CEO and major shareholder in Yukos, the world's fourth-largest oil company. On October 25th 2003, Vladimir Putin ordered his arrest. He faces embezzlement, theft and tax evasion charges.

Soros is thought to be a significant shareholder in Yukos and its satellite companies.

One month before Khodorkovsky was arrested, Tony Blair's government granted political asylum to Boris Berezovsky.

In another example of unusual Semitic openness, Soros once said this:
"There is a resurgence of anti-Semitism in Europe. The policies of the Bush administration and the Sharon administration contribute to that...

I'm also very concerned about my own role because the new anti-Semitism holds that the Jews rule the world. As an unintended consequence of my actions I also contribute to that image."

Which says it all, really, except for the fact that Soros is cannily implying that, although he contributes to an IMAGE of Jewish rule, it is only a new-fangled kind of anti-Semitism that has produced it.

Jewish rule, alongside the worst of the Gentiles, has been up front and in your face for many decades now. Jewish rule behind the scenes has been a factor, on and off, in our little lives for thousands of years.


Soros was a close friend and confidant of the dreadful corporate raider, James Goldsmith.

Goldsmith, whose father was Jewish, was the founder of the Referendum Party and, along with Lord Weidenfeld, advised Harold Wilson in the sixties and seventies.

Another of the nine board trustees of the Institute for Human Sciences is a Gentleman by the name of Ralf Gustav Dahrendorf.
Dahrendorf was once a member of the German Parliament and a German Foreign Office Minister. In 1970, he became a Commissioner of the European Commission. From 1974 to 1984, he was the Director of the London School of Economics, no less.

Having adopted British nationality in 1988, John Major granted Dahrendorf a life peerage in 1993. Thereafter, this left-wing Kraut became Baron Dahrendorf.

The new Baron's dad was a member of the German Parliament before WWII, who became the Deputy Chairman of the East German Social Democratic Party after the war.

The new Baron's wife chairs the UK board of the New Israel Fund.

These are the types who are entirely happy to give a well-funded platform for such as Keith Vaz to intone his multicultural bollocks.

If you wish to check out the Board of Patrons, The Board of Trustees and the "Permanent Fellows" etc. of the Institute for Human Sciences, these may be found at:
http://www.iwm.at/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=43&Itemid=290
Anyway, Vaz adequately demonstrated his New World Order, multicultural credentials in his 2001 speech before the Institute for Human Sciences.
Interestingly, he was one of three Asian MPs who voted for war with Iraq in 2003. Just two Asian MPs voted against it. Whilst were on the subject, here's the PC low-down on that infamous vote for all you politically correct types to ponder.

6 warm and wonderful black/mixed-race MPs voted for the war, just one voted against it.

20 wise, wonderful and one hundred percent non-violent Jewish MPs voted for the war, just 3 voted against it. Peter Mandelson, whose father was Jewish, Jack Straw and Barbara Follett, who both have a deal of Jewish blood close up in their pedigree, voted for it as well.

11 pink and fluffy homosexual MPs also voted for war. Just 2 voted against it. Four or five others, of the bisexual Portillo type, also voted for the war.

All of these characters would, doubtless, describe me as a fascist or a Nazi. And yet, on the day of the great debate, I emailed George Galloway and Glenda Jackson with information that I, naively, thought might help them win the vote and stop TB Liar in his tracks.

I also sent Tam Dalyell, the father of the house, an 80-page "dossier" on the Neoconservative/Israeli/Tony Blair relationship a few days later.

I also tried hard to get the media to pay attention to the damning information I had gathered.

All to no avail, I'm afraid.

I did not want British boys to die in an unjust war that only the bad guys really wanted. I did not want the long-suffering Iraqi people to die either.

Who is the least of these, ladies and gentlemen?

The homosexual, the Jew, the Black and the Asian who voted for another, pyrrhic war with a nigh on defenceless third-world state, or the English "racist" who tried to get it stopped?

Just a thought.






This is Trevor Phillips:



The report prepared by The Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain was released in October, 2000, and was warmly welcomed byNew Labour.
It was based upon an enquiry set up in 1997 byHome Secretary, Jack Straw.

Here are a few of the things it said:
"Britishness and Englishness are racially coded terms with a Whites-only connotation...

A rethinking of the nation's self-image is needed...

Britishness, as much as Englishness, has systematic, largely unspoken, racist connotations... it is widely understood that Englishness, and therefore by extension Britishness, is racially coded. The unstated assumption is that Britishness and whiteness go together like roast beef and Yorkshire pudding...

To be English, as the term is used, is to be white...

The absence from the national curriculum of a rewritten history of Britain as an imperial force, involving dominance in Ireland, Africa, the Caribbean and Asia, is proving to be an unmitigated disaster...

There ain't no black in the Union Jack".

One of the many recommendations made by Runnymede's report was that there should be:

"Race equality and cultural diversity inspections in schools".

Do you get that, Mr. England?

If your kid chances to say something the least bit non-PC when the "Diversity Inspectors" come round, well, it's a stern dressing-down and the dunce's cap for him and a visit from the Thought Police for his dad!

When a flurry of pro-British criticism greeted the release of the October, 2000, report, Trevor Phillips, theChairman of the Greater London Assembly at the time, dismissed the dissent as:

"The knee-jerk reactions of little Englanders." He also said:

"Should Macpherson (the Chairman of the Stephen Lawrence enquiry) have recommended that the law be extended to forbid racist speech in other than public places? Actually, yes, he should."

Here are a few more things that Phillips, who is now the Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, has said:

"Most liberal-minded folk would like to think that... racism is a disease of the uneducated, unenlightened and socially backward, football hooligans, British National Party supporters, policemen."

Thus every British person who has ever expressed distaste for a bloke like Trevor Phillips is "socially backward."

"We regard the danger from the extremists of the right as clear and present."

"If we continue still heading in the wrong direction, the CRE will be compelled to consider using its enforcement powers under the Race Relations Act to make police forces deliver on the commitments they have already made."

"20 to 25 London Labour MPs should be black."

"We are entering a zone of zero tolerance - the time for chat is over."

In other words, if you, the tolerant British majority, don't shape up and behave precisely as we, the intolerant minorities, wish you to behave, we will be forced to deal with you.


In October, 2003, the residents of Firle, East Sussex set fire to a caravan with effigies of gypsies inside it at a village bonfire party.

Villagers chose the effigies in celebration of the fact that some troublesome outsiders had been evicted from the area.

Phillips said the organisers of the bonfire should be prosecuted.

This was how he put it.

"This is clearly an example of incitement to racial hatred. You couldn't really get more provocative than this. The police have to take it seriously. If we are asked at the CRE, we will say this case should be pursued and the people involved should be punished, which can lead to seven years in prison. The idea that you can carry out an act like this and then apologise and get away with it, is exactly what produces a culture that says racism and discrimination and victimisation of people, because of what they are, is OK."

Peter Mandelson and Trevor Phillips are close friends.

Mandelson was best man at Phillips' wedding.






On the 16th of November 2006, the article, Trevor Phillips, Witchfinder General,was filed by BNP news team at their web site.

This is it:


"BNP supporters have been treated extremely badly by the enemies of the British people; some employees have been sacked, some have been wrongly imprisoned, many have been denied business opportunities, some have been vilified wrongly by the media, some have been dragged through lengthy court ordeals. Now it seems there is no place in heaven for BNP supporters. The pace with which the Establishment is working itself into a fury against the rapidly growing force for British renaissance and survival shows they are growing scared of losing their positions of influence and handsome material rewards.

The latest ludicrous outburst comes from the 21st century equivalent of the WitchFinder General. Trevor Phillips earns a very nice crust from the British taxpayer as Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality and has called upon British church leaders to deny BNP supporters a place in their own churches.

Referring to BNP leader Nick Griffin's acquittal last week on charges of inciting racial hatred, Phillips said the church should have framed its own response.

'If ever there was a moment for hellfire and damnation, this is it. At the very least, every pulpit this Sunday should have been ringing with denunciation, ministers and priests crying 'Not in our name' ... the far right should not be able to claim Christ to their cause. But they will do if we let them.'

He added that church leaders faced a choice.

'Will the churches support any priest or minister who says I will not administer the sacrament to someone who blatantly rejects Christ's teachings? Are we ready to use weapons of faith to turn these people into pariahs and outsiders?'

The wheels of the multicultural cart fell off years ago, communities across Britain are not living in the ethnic harmony the multicultis expected. In Birmingham rival gangs of Asians and Afro-Caribbeans are slugging it out for control of organised crime, drug peddling and pimping. In North London rival gangs of Turkish and Iraqi Kurds are doing likewise and adding to people trafficking to the list of benefits from such ethnic and cultural diversity. In West Yorkshire and East Lancashire gangs of predatory Muslim paedophiles drive around grooming white, Hindu and Sikh girls as young as twelve.

So before Trev dons his big boots and black cape and is let loose with a box of matches and a cartload of kindling to start the bonfires to burn BNP supporters at the stake, those more honest voices in Westminster and beyond should ask themselves does a man like Phillips really speak for each one of them or is he, himself, a man possessed?"


In 1997,an enquiry was set up in byNew Labour's Home Secretary, thepart-Jewish, Jack Straw.

In October 2000,thereport based upon this enquirywas released by the Runnymede Trust.
Here are a few of the things that The Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain said:
"Britishness and Englishness are racially coded terms with a Whites-only connotation...

A rethinking of the nation's self-image is needed...

Britishness, as much as Englishness, has systematic, largely unspoken, racist connotations... it is widely understood that Englishness, and therefore by extension Britishness, is racially coded. The unstated assumption is that Britishness and whiteness go together like roast beef and Yorkshire pudding...

To be English, as the term is used, is to be white...

The absence from the national curriculum of a rewritten history of Britain as an imperial force, involving dominance in Ireland, Africa, the Caribbean and Asia, is proving to be an unmitigated disaster...

There ain't no black in the Union Jack".

The report also stated:

"Hostility to the Jews is entirely one-sided, in the sense that it is unreciprocated and functions independently of its object; it is not the result of any particular objective factor or kind of behaviour on the part of Jewish people."

Which is rubbish.

Ask the Palestinians if you don't believe me. For that matter, ask anyone who has ever overtly supported the cause of the British people in this country. The violent protests against Mosley's blackshirts in the thirties were organised and largely carried out by Jewish elements.

Latterly, the Anti-Nazi League have, for the last thirty years, systematically denounced as Nazi, Fascist, racist et al. all those who dared to register their pro-British, anti-immigrant feelings too loudly.

The Anti-Nazi League was set up in 1976 by the Socialist Workers Party and the Board of Deputies of British Jews. The founder of the Socialist Workers Party was a gentleman by the name of Tony Cliff, whose real name is Ygael Gluckstein. Gluckstein is, as you might imagine, a Jew.
And was it not hostile to have been instrumental in the introduction of an enormous body of legislation designed to subjugate and criminalise the indigenous, white population of Britain if they protested too loudly against the colonisation of their country by hordes of people who were not the least bit like them, as the Jewish Board of British Deputies have admitted to?

Isn't it hostile to have introduced a system so repressive that free speech no longer exists in the Home of the Brave and, if the truth conflicts with the "incitement to racial hatred" mantra, then the truth is no longer a defence in a British court?

Was it not hostile to have overseen the introduction of a system that would describe those as racist who would try to keep the African with AIDS, TB, hepatitis and a variety of non-native diseases out of the country, along with those Asian Mullahs who preach hatred of everything non-Islamic?

Was it not hostile to promote and encourage everything alien within Western society, disparaging, at the same time, everything home-grown, in the magazines and newspapers, on television, in the Hollywood film and the recording industry, to the youngest and most gullible members of Western society for almost a century now?

Whoever gave you, a tiny Asiatic minority within the much larger North-European tribe, the right to determine what the opinions and mindset of the general population would be, through your vast over-representation within the media and entertainment industry?

If the mass of the British population was ever made aware of who was behind the constant drip, drip, drip of anti-British, pro-immigrant propaganda that overtook this country in the second half of the twentieth century, I don't think they would agree with Runnymede's assertion that "hostility to the Jews is entirely one-sided".

One of the many recommendations made by Runnymede's report was that there should be:

"Race equality and cultural diversity inspections in schools".

Do you get that, Mr. England?

If your kid chances to say something the least bit non-PC when the "Diversity Inspectors" come round, well, it's a stern dressing-down and the dunce's cap for him and a visit from the Thought Police for his dad!


Trevor Phillips has a long history of Brit-bashing and was at it way before Tony Blair's New Labour government gave him the top, multi-cult race job in the country.

When a flurry of pro-British criticism greeted the release of the October, 2000, report, Trevor Phillips, theChairman of the Greater London Assembly at the time, and a member of the Runnymede Trust who composed the report, dismissed the dissent as:

"The knee-jerk reactions of little Englanders." He also said:

"Should Macpherson (the Chairman of the Stephen Lawrence enquiry) have recommended that the law be extended to forbid racist speech in other than public places? Actually, yes, he should."

Here are a few more things that the presentChairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, has said over the years:

"Most liberal-minded folk would like to think that... racism is a disease of the uneducated, unenlightened and socially backward, football hooligans, British National Party supporters, policemen."

"We regard the danger from the extremists of the right as clear and present."

"If we continue still heading in the wrong direction, the CRE will be compelled to consider using its enforcement powers under the Race Relations Act to make police forces deliver on the commitments they have already made."

"20 to 25 London Labour MPs should be black."

"We are entering a zone of zero tolerance - the time for chat is over."

In other words, if you, the tolerant British majority, don't shape up and behave precisely as we, the intolerant minorities, wish you to behave, "we" will be forced to deal with you.


In October, 2003, the residents of Firle, East Sussex set fire to a caravan with effigies of gypsies inside it at a village bonfire party.


Villagers chose the effigies in celebration of the fact that some troublesome outsiders had been evicted from the area. Phillips said the organisers of the bonfire should be prosecuted.

This was how he put it:

"This is clearly an example of incitement to racial hatred. You couldn't really get more provocative than this. The police have to take it seriously. If we are asked at the CRE, we will say this case should be pursued and the people involved should be punished, which can lead to seven years in prison. The idea that you can carry out an act like this and then apologise and get away with it, is exactly what produces a culture that says racism and discrimination and victimisation of people, because of what they are, is OK."


On the 27th of November 2006, Philips said this to a two-day race conference in London:

"The secret of good race relations is face-to-face contact".

I don't thinkMaster Philipscould have been thinking of the kind of "good relations" that those who had "face-to-face contact" with the differently raced types found in the Rape and Murder sections at this site, do you?

In the last two years quite a lot of recently deceased British folk have experienced murderous "face-to-face contact" with "different races."

These would be a few of them:

Christopher Yates, John Monckton, Mandy Skedd, Mervyn Fletcher, Kimberley Ipek, Ernest Meads, Claire White, Colin Winstone, Seph Lawrance, Jason Ripley, Kylee Dibble, Colette Lynch, Anne Mendel, Paul Tanner, Desmond Noonan, Daniel Pater, Tommy Slattery, Wayne Martin Reid, Mary-Ann Leneghan, Mary Davis, Inga Losiene, Roger Hendra, Steven Doyle, Hayley Richards, Glyn Edwards, Dean Pike, Christopher Maxfield, Rachel Linder, Tracy Cullum, David Henkel, Richard Whelan, Simon Pearse, Mark Conway, Ray Gange, Lynn Savery, Kynan Eldridge, Westley Odger, Clare Bernal, Stuart Grant, Tracy McCormick, Michael Hanley, Daniel McGann, Nicholas Shepherd, Kimberley Fuller, Iain Cain, Sharon Beshenvinski, Gemma Newman, George Giblett, Richard Holmes, Trevor Owens, Billy Gregory, Anthony May, Barbara Smith, Martin Rankin, Jason Mayze, Thomas ap Rhys Price, Christopher Davis, Zelia Harrison, Aaron Stokes, Matthew Smith, Thomas Winston, Karen Hartshorne, Leyla Djemal-Northcott, Scott Poll, Frederick Goodman, John McFadden, Catherine Grosstephan, Gary Painter, Michael Chapman, Kally Gilligan, Malcolm Barnett, Stephen Keen, John Cooper-Taylor, Melanie and Kerrie Edwards, Steven Jeeves, John Curran, Julian Knight, Lisa Bamford, Peter Woodhams, Anthony Williams, Nathan Williams, Daniel Easterbrook, David Cockerill, David Lees, Sarah Maskell, Mark Dietrich and 52 people in London on 7/7/2005.

And as for those who've been manslaughtered, slashed, stabbed, mugged, beaten up, pimped, burgled, drugged up, defrauded, threatened and bullied, well we'd be in the hundreds of thousands here I reckon.

Face-to-face, eh?

No thanks, Trev.

Your back is the bit of you I want to see.

This is Trevor Phillips:



The homosexual New Labour politician, Peter Mandelson, whose father was the editor of The Jewish Chronicle no less,and Trevor Phillipsare close friends.


Mandelson was best man at Phillips' wedding.


Within the same Guardian article that Phillips expounded his "turn these people (those who would dare to vote for the BNP) into pariahs and outsiders", recommendations,the Reverend Joel Taylor, Director General of the Evangelical Alliance no less,said this:

"There is always room to intensify and increase our voice in this area... People who make racist comments cannot reasonably claim to be part of a fellowship with God".

The Reverend Joel is pictured below:







In the article, Fighting Back Against Racism, found at the BBC web siteon 30 May 2007, Abraham Eshetu,a Community Race Development Officer Working with the Norwich and Norfolk Racial Equality Council, said this:

"When I came to Norfolk I found it very white. I found myself isolated and very depressed… I thought I should fight back… We are not just working for ethnic minority people but also for ethnic majority people… Lack of knowledge and information is an evil… What we do is what's right… My goal is eventually that we won't need the NNREC because Norfolk would be a great place to live."

TheBBC article tells us:

"Abraham has felt a reluctance in some quarters to admit that inequality still exists in Norfolk... Abraham emphasises that he has met lots of white people in Norfolk who are committed to making things better".

You heard it here, Norfolk, black activists like Abraham get depressed because Norfolk is "very white".

Well, he's "fighting back" and with the help of Tony Blair's government, the NNREC and "lots of white people in Norfolk who are committed to making things better", he's going to make sure you do "what's right" and make Norfolk "a great place to live."

For people like him.

They're coming, Norfolk.

You shut your eyes to what was happening to everyone else and, somehow, you managed to convince yourself that it was never going to happen to you.

But now you're going to get it as well.

Oh yes.

The Abrahams are coming.

Correction:

They're already here.

This is Abraham Eshetu:



At the Norfolk Black History Month web site we are told that the Norwich and Norfolk Racial Equality Council are holding the 2nd Annual "Kick It Out" (racism) Cup.

To whit:

"This 5-a-side football tournament is open to boys and girls between the ages of 15 & 19. The winning team will be awarded tickets to the match that afternoon between Norwich City FC & Cardiff City FC. We have invited talent scouts from the club to attend the tournament so bring your best skills! There will be a limited number of teams entered so book early to avoid disappointment."

The picture below shows the Kick-it-Outers promoting the Kick-it-Out-Cup.



40 years ago the reaction of the white population of England toa bunch ofsullenfashionistas marching for non-white rights, in their almost wholly white neck of the woods, would have been similar to that of the unimpressed Norwich City football supporters seen here.

After 40 years of unrelenting, PC social and psychological engineering, many of the non-Norfolk English would now be marching with them.






At the Old Bailey, an Iranian immigrant faced charges of dishonesty, perverting the course of justice, corruption, consorting with prostitutes, using cocaine, taking bribes, wasting police time and making fraudulent expense claims.
At work, the man in question had irritated many in his unseemly choice of outfit, choosing to wear sunglasses, cowboy boots and a trendy Versace belt. He also drove an expensive BMW and did not socialise with his co-workers, preferring instead to frequent the Roof Gardens club in central London, for which he had taken out a £400-a-year membership.

In one interview, he had said that his car had been damaged by the police. Later, however, he was forced to admit that he had lied. It transpired that he had driven his car to a point close to a police station so that suspicion would fall upon the force.

This wasn't all. Even though his wealthy parents had given him a fine education, such that he was in possession of doctorate in law, even though he was a trained barrister and was regularly seen in the company of Iranian diplomats, the court heard him subject a girlfriend, who had just broken up with him, to an intimidating series of juvenile, low-life threats.

Mandy had discovered that, even though he was a married father-of-three, she was just one of a string of six girlfriends that he was thought to be maintaining at that time.

A tape of a telephone conversation was played in court where, after insisting that he would have Mandy and her mother killed, the man, whose wife has since left him, said:

"I will take such revenge on you that, like a dog, you will be sorry. You will never treat me like this again. Mandy, I am going to declare war on you and I have declared it as of now. See what I will do to you. From now on, you are dead. You think it's a bluff. I give you an hour and see what I will do to you."

In a second call, he said:

"You are not safe. I am going to come and catch you."

And, in a third phone call, he was heard to say:

"You want war, bitch, you're going to get war. First I will start with your family, then I come to you and your reputation. I will spread all over London that you are a prostitute."

The tapes were given to the police by Mandy's mother, who told them that her daughter's abuser, aSERVING POLICE OFFICER no less, had taken a bribe from a motorist on a drink-drive charge.


However, in April, 2003, afterthis Iranian policeman claimed in court that the police investigation into his behaviour was conducted by racist officers out to block his progress, Ali Dizaei was acquitted of most of the charges that had been brought against him.

This, despite the threats to harm Mandy and her mother, and a surveillance operation and trial which is rumoured to have cost the Metropolitan Policeat least£7,000,000,

In September, 2003, Dizaei was acquitted of the remaining charges,awarded £80,000 in compensation and is now working as a policeman once again.

He has since been promoted.


Dizaei was born in Tehran, in 1962, and came to Britain at the age of 10.

His grandfather and father were both deputy commissioners in Tehran's police force.

After studying at a public school in Sussex and the South West London College of Business Education, he gained a law degree at City University in 1982, and studied to become a barrister.

He joined Thames Valley police in 1986. By 1996 he was a chief inspector in Oxford. He subsequently gained a masters degree in law from Brunel University and in 1998 he gained a doctorate in law.

By 1998, Dizaei was one of the top officers in the Black Police Association. He was being taken seriously by the movers and shakers in governmental and media circles and the BPA's members knew that they should see him if they wanted something done. He said:

"This networking forum quickly became mobilised and people like me who were legally qualified got almost daily referrals. People didn't want a shoulder to cry on, they wanted help in suing the force... The whole issue of diversity and race relations within policing came on the blind side of the police force".

He was soon seconded to the Home Office as vice chairman and legal adviser to the BPA, with special responsibility to the home secretary, Jack Straw.

In March, 1999, Dizaei joined the Met as a Superintendent and was frequently cited as the person most likely to be Britain's first non-white police chief. It was even suggested that he might become the first black officer to head the Metropolitan Police.

He hit the headlines when he said that procedures used to pick senior ranks were "culturally biased", and he also dared to criticise the Home Secretary for reinstating a PC who called a teenager a "black bastard" during a struggle to arrest him. Nevertheless, Jack Straw awarded him a certificate of commendation for his BPA work and he was also invited to attend a Downing Street seminar on Britishness which Tony Blair attended.

However, in August, 1999, his bosses began investigating his behaviour and, in January, 2001, he was suspended, just prior to his taking the Strategic Command course, which was almost obligatory if an officer wanted to get to the very top in Britain's Police Force.


In The Guardian, Dizaei once stated that black officers tend to be better qualified than their white peers, citing this as a reason why so many black officers resort to the courts.

"I suppose I've been a market leader in it," he said, "which may explain why the police administrators hate me. You deprive me of my right and I will sue you and I will win...

I'm not going to let a handful of bigots stop me."


In August, 2005, after the murder of Anthony Walkerin LIVERPOOL, Dizaei, a LONDON police officer, was one many to jump aboard the PC bandwagon.

He told the BBC's Today programme that Anthony's death was:

"An unequivocal indication that the cancer of racism is still here, 10 years after the Lawrence inquiry... We will not tolerate these abhorrent acts of racism on young, innocent people".

As far as I know,LONDON cop, Ali Dizaei, has never mentioned the "abhorrent act" of black-on-white"racism",that"young, innocent" LONDONER, Richard Whelan, who was murdered in LONDON on the same day as Anthony, suffered, to the BBC.

In a world where fairness and equity still applied you might have thought that a killing in London might have concerned a Metropolitan Police officer rather more than one in Liverpool. But then, fairness and equity are not exactly the favourite buzz-words of such as Ali Dizaei, are they?

Chief Superintendant Dizaei seems to prefer an entirely different kind of language, to whit:

"I will take such revenge... like a dog, you will be sorry... I am going to declare war on you... See what I will do to you... you are dead... You are not safe. I am going to come and catch you... You want war, bitch, you're going to get war. First I will start with your family, then I... will spread all over London that you are a prostitute."


In December, 2005, Dizaei went up to Scotland to tell the Scottish cops where they were going wrong. He was among the speakers at the conference on "A Force for Change" organised by the PC crowd, Semper Scotland.

After telling his hosts that racism within Aberdeen's force was making it harder to combat terrorist threats, Dizaei suggested that positive discrimination in favour of ethnic minorities was the way forward. He stated:

"Gaining proper representation is more important now than ever after the events in London… We have a police service in Scotland which doesn't look like the community they are representing. It will take 70 years under the current procedures for that to happen. The conventional methods of recruiting have failed."

Finally, he added:

"We need the consent of communities to fight all sorts of crime, including terrorism."

In other words, according to Dizaei, the Scottish cops could only combat terrorist crime if the "communities" from which the terrorists emerged, gave their consent.

Which may have always been the way it works in Iran but, until recent times, was never the way it worked here.


As of June, 2006, Dizaei is back in the running for the top cop's job when the dreadful PC jobsworth, Iain Blair, is given the push.

If he doesn't get it, just about the only other candidate a Prime Minister like Tony B would consider is the dope smoking, Brixton fondling fairy, Brian Paddick.

Not much of a choice, is it.




Between 1987 and 1990, PC Albert Bernard and PC Ali Dizaei were beat bobbies together.

To this day, Albert, who did not have positive discrimination, affirmative action, "fast-tracking", Jack Straw, Downing Street or well-to-doparents to help him, is still a police constable.


This is the face of an Iranian immigrant whom some are still touting for the top job in British policing:





Ann Cryer, New Labour MP forKeighley,is pictured below:




The Early Day Motion is a device which provides publicity for and draws attention to the most heartfelt views and causes to which individual Members of Parliament adhere, and, depending upon the number of signatures attached to the member's EDM, can demonstrate the extent of support for such views and causes among back bench MPs.

If such support is demonstrably strong, pressure can then be applied to the government to make time for a debate on the particular subject discussed in the EDM.

As such, the EDM is a great way to determine what Westminster's lesser lights really feel and think and an analysis of the EDMs an individual member of parliament tables, signs and doesn't sign, is just about the most effective way to determine if an MP is really going to do what he promised at the hustings and represent the views and concerns of the ordinary voter in parliament.

Or whether, once he has been elected, the MP in question is more likely to undermine those views and concerns.


Ann Cryer, New Labour MP for Keighley, signed several EDMs lobbying for a change in the legal status of the drug, cannabis.

This pressure eventually paid off as a bill was put before Parliament in October, 2003, which sought to downgrade its illegality.


On the 31st of March, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:

"Men who smoke cannabis could be damaging their fertility, research carried out by Queen's University Belfast has suggested. The study by the university's Reproductive Medicine Research Group examined the direct effects on sperm function of THC, the active ingredient in cannabis.

The group found that THC made sperm less likely to reach the egg to fertilise it.

They also discovered that the presence of cannabis impaired another crucial function of sperm - the ability to digest the egg's protective coat with enzymes to aid its penetration.

The government reclassified cannabis to a class C drug in January, putting it on a par with tranquilisers.

Dr Sheena Lewis, from the university's Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, said...

'The need to determine its effects on male fertility is even greater, so that men can make an informed choice about smoking the drug based on its risks to their health'...

The idea for the study came after researchers looking at the lifestyle habits of infertile men noticed that many men attending infertility clinics at Belfast's Royal Maternity Hospital were regular cannabis users.

Dr Lewis told delegates at the British Fertility Society's annual meeting in Cheltenham that recent experiments... suggested that cannabis may be a major cause of infertility...

One in six couples in the UK are affected by infertility, with 40% of these cases due to problems with sperm... Dr Lewis said:

'These experiments on human sperm tell the same story... It is estimated that 3.2m people in Britain smoke cannabis, and that figure may now increase. Add the two together and we may find that the use of recreational drugs will exacerbate male fertility problems'".


On the 24th of January, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:

"Former drugs czar Keith Hellawell has said reclassifying cannabis could 'encourage' young people to use drugs. Mr. Hellawell said he believed Home Secretary David Blunkett would 'live to regret' downgrading cannabis from a class B to a class C drug next week. He said...

'Why change it, why cause a problem, why cause confusion, and why, I am sad to say, encourage in some respect greater drug taking, particularly by young people, who don't know where they stand'....

The move would 'do this generation and the future generation an enormous disservice', he said...

'...every medical institution is saying 'we are worried about the dangers, we don't know sufficient about it, and we believe the dangers are even greater than we perceive them to be at the moment''.

Doctors have warned cannabis has been linked to greater risk of heart disease, lung cancer, bronchitis and emphysema, as well as mental health problems".

Let me reiterate:

"Doctors have warned cannabis has been linked to greater risk of heart disease, lung cancer, bronchitis and emphysema, as well as mental health problems".

"Every medical institution is saying 'we are worried about the dangers... and we believe the dangers are even greater than we perceive them to be at the moment".

"Men who smoke cannabis could be damaging their fertility".


As of the end of February, 2005, Ann Cryer had signed about 40 EDMs, since New Labour came to power, sympathising with the plight of asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants and the like.

As of September, 2004, Ann Cryer had signed more than 40 EDMs since New Labour came to power, concerned with the situation of foreigners or non-indigenous Britons imprisoned overseas etc.
Whereas, she signedjust 8 EDMs concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.
Cryer signed an EDM commemorating PC Kalawant Sidhu, who was killed whilst chasing a criminal across rooftops on the 24th of October, 1999.
However, she has never signed a similar EDM commemorating the more than 80 white, British policemen killed in the line of duty since New Labour came to power.

Cryer also signed an EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist," damning Feltham's staff for "failing in their duty of care toward prisoners," and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek, who was beaten to death by his white 'racist' cellmate.

Cryer also signed 6 of the 8 Early Day Motions, introduced since New Labour came to power, which mentioned Stephen Lawrence.

She also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel, although police investigations have never been able to conclude anything other than that Reel fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

She also signed an EDM noting the death of Roger Sylvester, a black man who died in custody "following restraint by police officers."

She also signed an EDM which expressed outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza. This EDM suggested that their deaths were general British "problems of violence and anti-social behaviour" and not specific black on black crime. In fact, Damilola and Abdi were stabbed to death by two different gangs of murderous, black teenagers.

Cryer also signed an EDM commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan." Abatan died after a Friday night confrontation outside a nightclub.

There were 3 "victims," and just 2 "attackers." There were no weapons involved. Manslaughter charges were brought but soon dropped. The "attackers" were white, reason enough for a politically correct MP to sign an EDM condemning them.

Cryer also signed a January, 2000, Early Day Motion which sympathised with Satpal Ram, who, when drunk, repeatedly stabbed an unarmed Englishman who had been minding his own business. Clarke Pearce died as a result of his injuries.

However, Cryer has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first and second generation immigrants since the time of Stephen Lawrence's death.
Cryer signed several EDMs which sympathised with the 5,000 or so individuals in Britain who were

"... born with the wrong gender", stating that "we have to approach their circumstances with compassion and care", which looked forward to "legal recognition for trans-men and trans-women" being "enshrined in British law".


Cryer voted on two occasions to lower the homosexual age of consent to 16.

She also voted to repeal Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality.

She also voted to allow homosexual couples to 'marry' if they wish, voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples and voted against an amendment which would have allowed parents a greater say over the content of sex education in the schools that their children attend.

She also signed an EDM welcoming the appointment of the homosexual Jeffrey John as the Bishop of Reading, hoping thereby that "the Church of England be inspired by Canon John and move forward to a tolerant and inclusive 21st century".


Consider this EDM:

"This House notes the recent upsurge in inflammatory media coverage depicting asylum seekers as disease carriers and terrorists, notes how damaging such reports can be to people who have come to this country, in search of a safe haven and freedom from political persecution but also have HIV; believes that such media attention only fuels racism and stigma which is wholly counterproductive to the necessity to treat such individuals with respect and compassion; and urges the Government not to succumb to this media pressure".

Now, it seems to me, that a politician whose first instinct would put the welfare of a would be HIV-positive immigrant before any thought of the dire consequences that the importation of such diseases might have upon his constituents, poses an enormous threat to the wellbeing of those who elected him or her.

Such sympathies surely place the health and happiness of the native born population at tremendous risk.

Cryer was content to put the welfare of the poor immigrant with AIDS before that of the indigenous Briton to whom some of the infected immigrants would, almost certainly, pass the virus in due course.

The indigenous population should consider when, if ever, their politicians were as keen to act with such charity towards the British themselves.


In January, 2004, Cryer did NOT sign the following EDM:

"This House notes... the statement from Dr Edward Green, that... 'having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics'; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote 'abstinence and faithfulness' which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that 'increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence' and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men 'remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV'; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases; further notes that the sexually transmitted infections epidemic has followed the intense promotion of free contraceptives and the morning-after pill among teenagers; further notes and congratulates the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health for her admission at Oral Questions on 20th January, Official Report, column 1206, that 'the best way to avoid STDs is to abstain from sexual activity'; and calls on the Government to follow the Ugandan example in promoting abstinence and faithfulness among the young in its teenage pregnancy strategy".


She did not sign this November, 2003, EDM either:

"Around one in 10 sexually active young women are currently infected with chlamydia... syphilis rates have increased by 500 per cent. in the last six years... gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period... National Health Service sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand... the Health Select Committee's report on sexual health and its assessment that the present sexual health crisis has resulted from inadequate political pressure and leadership over recent years... insufficient central guidance emphasising the importance of sexual health and a severe lack of performance management... the Committee's recommendation urging a strong commitment to making sexual health a priority and to improving the way in which young people are educated about relationships and sex in order to prevent the situation confronting the next generation of young people from becoming worse still".


In 2004, two EDMs were introduced which were concerned with the plight of Czech "Roma". One of these stated:

"This House notes that news stories, featured in the Daily Express in particular, concerning large numbers of Roma arriving in the UK from EU accession countries have been characterised by the Minister of State for Europe as a 'rancid hate campaign'... deplores attempts to incite racial hatred against one of the poorest and more marginalised communities in Europe; and urges the Government to make clear its abhorrence and take measures to address this deep-seated prejudice".

Which is code for "send us all your gypsies".

Do you think this is a wonderful idea?

Cryer signed both of these EDMs.


Two EDMs were introduced since New Labour came to power, suggesting that the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.

Another EDM suggested that a statue of Mary Seacole, a black woman who made her way to the Crimea in order to minister to the troops during the mid-nineteenth century war, might be placed atop the same plinth.

Cryer signed all three of these EDMs.

Another EDM, which I would have signed, suggested that a statue of a British seafarer should be placed atop the plinth.

Cryer did not see the point of signing this.


From the time New Labour came to power in 1997 up to February, 2005, Ann Cryer signed around 60 EDMs which mentioned the words 'cruel' and/or 'cruelty' with reference to the treatment of animals.

However, when it came to signing EDMs which mentioned the words 'cruel' and/or 'cruelty' with reference to the treatment of children, Cryer signed just 6 EDMs. That's 60 or so for animals, 6 for children.

For example, she didn't sign the following EDM, introduced on the 26th of November, 2003.

"This House is concerned that over 200 children under the age of two are killed or seriously injured each year by their parents or carers, but that only approximately a quarter of these cases are followed by successful prosecutions and then not for murder or manslaughter, but for lesser offences such as cruelty, which carry only a light sentence; notes that the main reason for this failure is joint enterprise, meaning that it is not possible to prove which member of a couple was responsible, leading to the failure of the attempt to prosecute for more serious charges; and calls on the Government to incorporate in legislation at the earliest opportunity measures to facilitate successful prosecution of those responsible for killing small children on charges which reflect the gravity of the act".


Ann Cryer voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and signed almost all of the most important EDMs introduced since New Labour came to power, which signalled abhorrence of the practice.

However, she did not sign a November, 2003, EDM which criticised 'the profound suffering caused to many millions of animals every year by slaughter without prestunning'.

This EDM informed MPs that over 90% of animals slaughtered for consumption by the Muslim community are now prestunned, which implies that the majority of the cruelty associated with ritual slaughter in the UK, now occurs because of the custom and practice of Jewish orthodoxy.


Cryer signed most of the Early Day Motions which eulogised and commended "Holocaust Memorial Day".

She also signed another EDM which expressed:

"... disappointment that Cardinal Jozef Glemp did not attend the ceremony at which the President of Poland, Aleksander Kwasniewski, apologised for the killing by Poles of the entire Jewish population... of Jedwabne in July 1941; also expresses its contempt for the local priest... who dismissed the apology as 'holocaust business'; and strongly hopes that the stand taken by the Polish President will help Poland finally to rid itself of its anti-Semitic obsessions and prejudices which made it that much easier for the Nazis to carry out their own atrocities involving the murder of millions".

However, she did not sign an EDM which acknowledged that:

"In 1932-33 the Soviet regime under Stalin employed genocide to destroy opposition in Ukraine... seven million Ukrainians were starved to death as a result... the United Kingdom Government was aware of the scale of genocide and famine in Ukraine in 1932-33, yet chose to remain silent on the issue... information about the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33 was suppressed, distorted, or wiped out by the Soviet authorities... presses (the government) to direct a comprehensive review of the UK National Curriculum in schools in all matters concerning the Stalin era, especially with regard to the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33... the forced famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine was an act of genocide against the Ukrainian nation".

What those MPs who were decent enough to sign the above EDM dared not tell the British people was that the man most responsible for the Ukrainian genocide, Lazar Kaganovich, was a Jew.


In May, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House deplores the acceptance by New Labour of a £100,000 donation from porn publisher Mr Richard Desmond; believes it is no coincidence that this followed Government approval for Mr Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers; notes with surprise and disappointment the remarks by the honourable Member for Hamilton North & Bellshill that New Labour does not exercise 'moral judgement' over prospective donors; believes that Mr Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and further notes the academic research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Richard Desmond and return this donation."

Richard Desmond is Jewish.


In March, 2001, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House condemns the Saatchi Gallery's I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children and supports the campaign led by the News of the World newspaper, parents and police chiefs to highlight the dangers that this 'art exhibition' has to the well being and safety of children in this country; deplores reports that the FreshPetals paedophile website has directed its visitors to the BBC News website to view the pictures online; and believes that as child welfare issues and the real dangers posed by paedophiles to children in this country have never been greater an 'exhibition' of this nature is unacceptable and should be closed".

Lord Saatchi is Jewish.


In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House recognises that the Barnett Formula was instituted as a temporary measure to offset calls for devolution under the Callaghan government... it remains unfair and to the detriment of the English regions and to the advantage of Scotland and Wales; and ought to be replaced forthwith by a fairer distribution of funds throughout the United Kingdom".

Lord Barnett, who figured out this anti-English formula, is Jewish.


In July, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes with regret the decision of the BBC to cut the sung version of Rule Britannia from its programme for the Last Night of the Proms; and calls upon the BBC to reconsider its decision".

And the conductor who decided to cut the favourite moment of most of those who frequent the Promenade Concerts from that years programme, because of its patriotic and nationalistic tone?

Leonard Slatkin, an American Jew.
In March, 2004, Cryer signed an EDM which stated that:

"This House notes that the 60,000 sentenced prisoners in England and Wales are barred from voting under the Forfeiture Act 1870... is concerned that it impedes the rehabilitative objectives of the Prison Service by failing to encourage prisoners to be active responsible citizens on release; notes, in particular, that the Government has embarked on an ambitious programme of civic renewal to improve community cohesion and... undermines this agenda by excluding those who are already on the margins of society... therefore calls upon Her Majesty's Government to review the merits of the ban".

In other words, Cryer is entirely happy to have the murderers, rapists, pimps, child-molesters and drug dealers vote because lovely, fluffy types like them are more likely to vote for lovely, fluffy types like Cryer than the decent citizen is.


Cryer signed several EDMs which called for the Church of England to be disestablished, such that it would no longer be considered as the national church of England.

Here are a few more EDMs the prolific EDM-signer did not sign:


In July, 1999, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes that Labour councillor, Lorraine Monk, elected in May 1998, resigned her seat due to a police investigation, following allegations of her being fraudulently entered on the electoral register; regrets the fact that the police terminated their investigations when Councillor Monk resigned; and calls upon Special Branch to re-open the investigation to ensure that any electoral fraud is firmly dealt with".

Lorraine Monk is black.


In November, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes the conclusions of the latest independent inquiry into the Government's handling of the foot and mouth crisis which accuses ministers of 'ineptitude', unpardonable delays in decision making' and 'massive dereliction of duty'; and believes that the Government's devastating mixture of confusion, incompetence and incoherence is damaging the interests of farmers throughout the United Kingdom".


In April, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House looks forward to celebrating St. George's Day on 23rd April; notes that England's Patron Saint Day is an ideal opportunity for all English people to celebrate their country's heritage and traditions".


In July, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House expresses its grave concern that Brendon Fearon, one of the burglars who broke into Tony Martin's house, is now suing for civil damages in respect of the injuries that he sustained during his criminal acts, including his loss of sexual enjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; expresses further concern that Brendon Fearon's case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board despite the willingness of his solicitor to take the case on a no win-no fee contingency basis; urges the Government to look urgently at changing the law so that criminals who break into properties leave all their civil rights outside that property; urges the Government to reform the rules governing legal aid so that it cannot be claimed in such cases; and further urges the Government to note that 83 per cent of those surveyed by the Freedom Association believe that an intruder should have no case against a homeowner who takes direct action against them".


In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes that the proposed EU Constitution in its current form would fundamentally alter the relationship between the EU and its member states; and therefore calls upon the Government to hold a referendum before ratification of such a constitution can take place".


In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House expresses its deep concern at the deteriorating situation in Zimbabwe; further notes with concern that the policy of quiet diplomacy has failed and that human rights abuses now abound in that country".


In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate; notes that the Brazilian Amazon covers 5.2 million square kilometres, more than 60 per cent. of the country; further notes that the Brazilian Amazon contains about a third of the world's rainforest and 30 per cent. of the world's biodiversity; expresses concern that the number of trees felled in the Amazon region has risen by 40 per cent. in the past year with almost 10,000 square miles of virgin rainforest being cut down; deplores the fact that the Government is cutting its programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq; warns that this will have a detrimental effect on the global environment and the lives of the indigenous Amazonian people; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its decision".


In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House regrets that the European Commission has floated the idea of abolishing the Made in Britain label in order to replace it with a label saying Made in Europe".


In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes the alarming rate of CFC leakage from end-of-life fridges; recognises the hugely detrimental effect of these gases on the environment; deplores the Government's inability to provide figures for the quantity of CFCs recovered from these fridges; notes that figures from Wales suggest a leakage rate of over 50 per cent.; and calls on the Government to publish figures for the whole of the UK as soon as possible, and to take action to reduce the rate of leakage as soon as possible".


In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House... supports the stance taken by sacked GCHQ employee Katharine Gun in exposing spying on the UN missions of six countries, as part of the failed US/UK effort to secure a resolution authorising war in Iraq, which is illegal under... the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations; believes that it is a charge of the utmost seriousness that agencies acting under the instruction and authority of the UK Government engaged in unlawful wiretapping of the Secretary-General of the United Nations; and calls on the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate those who carried out and instructed these illegal activities".


In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes the Government's recent announcement of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emission levels in 2003; is extremely disappointed to note that carbon emissions have increased by 1.5 per cent. since 2002; further notes that in 1997, 152.9 million tonnes of carbon were emitted and 152.5 million tonnes were emitted in 2003; and therefore calls on the Government to explain why, despite so much being said by the Government on this subject, so little has been done to reduce this figure further".


In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House is disappointed to note that there are no laws ensuring that newsagents only display and sell adult titles from a top shelf out of reach of minors; and... urges the Government to consider introducing such a law as soon as reasonably practicable".



However, here is an EDM that the New Labour MP for Keighley was happy to sign:

"This House congratulates David Calvert-Smith QC, the Director of Public Prosecutions, on his being awarded a knighthood in the Jubilee Honours List; notes his strong commitment to diversity and welcomes the fact that since his appointment as DPP in 1998 the percentage of ethnic minority staff at the CPS has increased from 8.4 per cent. to 11.6 per cent. in 2002, a higher figure than most government departments; and asks him to continue to pursue the diversity agenda at the CPS with vigour."
So, bearing in mind that the ethnic population comprises about 8 per cent of the total, what we have here is an MP congratulating the DPP on discriminating unfairly against the native British in favour of the first and second-generation immigrant, and encouraging him to behave with EVEN MORE UNFAIRNESS!

In the 23rd of June, 2002, edtion of The Sunday Times, Sir David Calvert-Smith was reported as saying:

"It is my firm belief that British society is institutionally racist within the Macpherson definition from the Lawrence inquiry. A great deal has got to be done across the whole spectrum of British society, so I come to this with the idea that the whole of society has a problem."


David Calvert Smith was the Director of Public Prosecutions between 1998 and 2003.

This means that he was theman who repeatedly refused to prosecute Abu Hamza, the militant Imam of the Finsbury Park mosque, citing "insufficient evidence", even though the police repeatedly put all manner of damning information before him as regards the militant Muslim cleric.


Three ofAbu Hamza's followers took part in the 7/7 bombings in London.

Mohammad Sidique Khan and Shehzad Tanweer actually lived in the Finsbury Park Mosque for a time and Jermaine Lindsay is known to have attended Hamza's sermons.

Perhaps they heard him state the following and took it heart:

"You don't have to travel thousands and thousands of miles to become a shaheed. (Martyr/witness) You can be shaheed right on your own doorstep. May Allah open our eyes for what's good for us, so we don't waste our Muslim blood far away."


On the 9th of February, 2006, This is Local London reported thus:

"Former home secretary David Blunkett has revealed that the police, Crown Prosecution Service and MI5 were reluctant to prosecute radical cleric Abu Hamza earlier.

He wrote in his column in The Sun that there was a 'deep reluctance' among law enforcers to 'act on the information coming out of Abu Hamza's own mouth'.

Hamza, who preached at North London's Finsbury Park Mosque, was jailed on Tuesday for seven years for inciting murder and racial hatred.

'So much for those in the security services who told me I was exaggerating the threat, and that closure of the Finsbury Park Mosque would be a massive over-reaction… Some in the police and Security Services did not want to believe how serious it all was. Time and time again members of all parties suggested that our overreaction would be detrimental to faith and community relations and we should soft-pedal.'

Following the sentencing, police and the CPS defended themselves for not prosecuting Hamza sooner.

Police said they had investigated Hamza since 1999 and had made submissions to the CPS, but no charges were brought against the radical cleric until 2004.

A CPS spokesman said there had been 'insufficient evidence' to prosecute earlier."


AndAnn Cryer was happy to "congratulate David Calvert-Smith... on his being awarded a knighthood".

This despite the fact that he was theDPP who had the ultimate say at the Crown Prosecution Service, when Abu Hamza andmany otherradicalMuslim clerics were left alone to preach their hatred on the streets of Britain.

Is this OK by you, Mr England?

Do you think that this MP is on your side?

Or someone else's entirely?

You decide.

On the 22nd of August, 2003, Channel 4 informed us that Asian men and youths were picking up English girls as young as eleven in Keighley, taking them home and introducing them to alcohol, drugs and sex.

C4 suggested that the girls who were subjected to this treatment often found themselves addicted and were likely to become involved in prostitution. We were also told that the mothers of the girls were threatened when they complained and that the police felt powerless to intervene.

A very ordinary story in Britain today.


On the 26th of August, 2003, the This is Bradford website reported thus:

"The disturbing documentary, Edge Of The City, which depicts the sexual grooming of girls as young as 11 in Keighley, has shocked not only veteran police and social workers but also the programme-makers.

Two years ago police and social services launched an in-depth probe into the sexual exploitation and abuse of young girls in the town by groups of overwhelmingly-Asian men.

Many of those involved were astonished by the extent of the practice. One social services office was dealing with 70 separate complaints. One 13-year-old girl had had more than 100 sexual partners...

Speaking exclusively to the Telegraph & Argus, Bradford's director of social services Alison O'Sullivan... said what was happening in Keighley was typical of what was happening elsewhere in the country.

'It's not unique to Keighley,' she said.

'It's not unique to Bradford. And it's not unique nationally. All parts of the country are coping with child-protection concerns involving young people being groomed for sexual exploitation'...

Ms O'Sullivan said there were about 250 children on the child-protection register in the Bradford area, which she said was 'about average for a city of this size'. She said the figure varied between 220 and 300.

Another key figure in unmasking the predatory groups of men in Keighley is the town's MP Ann Cryer who began examining the issue of abuse more than two years ago.

'It wasn't an easy subject to approach,' she said. 'It could give a way of attacking the Asian community. But I was horrified. People said this had been going on for years'."

And you didn't know?

That's incompetence.

Or did you not want to know?

That's treason.


On the 26th of August, 2003, the This is Bradford website reported thus:

"Keighley MP Ann Cryer has called on members of the town's Asian community to work together against alleged criminal activity involving some young men in the area.

Police and social services have launched an inquiry after parents reported concerns about the welfare of their daughters in the town.

It is claimed more than 30 white girls, some said to be as young as 11 or 12, have been raped, abused and prostituted by Asian men in their late teens and twenties over the last 18 months.

Mrs Cryer, who has appeared on TV and in newspapers detailing the alleged problems, today said she stood by her claims.

'My hope is that this adverse publicity will embarrass these young men into more appropriate behaviour,' she said.

Mrs Cryer said police action against the suspects might stop the problem long-term, but would not help in the short-term.

'The Asian community, particularly the women, could get involved and persuade the young men of the error of their ways,' she said.

'I'm not suggesting they should set up a lynch mob or take the law into their own hands, but it is a very close-knit community and they will know the people involved.'

Khadim Hussain, chief executive of Keighley's Sangat Community Centre, said he heard of the problems after talking to youth workers in the town.

'I was appalled and dismayed that if the problem was going on and social services and the police were involved, at no stage did they decide to involve the very community members who are being accused.'

Mr Hussain said that Mrs Cryer's comments had brought disrepute on the whole of Bradford's Mirpuri population. He claimed those allegedly involved represented a very small minority of the district's Asian community.

Police, social services and other agencies have set up a support network for parents and families affected, and urged young women to come forward with allegations of abuse...

A 25-year-old man from the Lawkholme area of Keighley has been charged with two counts of rape on a 13-year-old girl. And a 17-year-old from Keighley was arrested on August 12 on suspicion of outraging public decency and released on police bail pending further inquiries."


So, Keighley MP, Anne Cryer's hope is that:

'... adverse publicity will embarrass these young men into more appropriate behaviour."

Wow!

That'll put the fear of God into these Asian gang-bangers!

That'll make 'em hide under the beds!

Such a dire threat from the MP for Keighley is bound to make these Asian paedophiles get down on their knees and beg God for forgiveness before our Annie comes round and makes them all blush.

Embarrass the naughty Asians into behaving themselves!

What do you think, England?


On the 22nd of August, 2003, C4 reported thus:

"Channel 4 News has uncovered details of an 18 month police and social services investigation into allegations that young men are targeting under-age girls for sex, drugs and prostitution in the West Yorkshire town of Keighley.

But what's explosive about the allegations is that all the young men are Asian, and all the girls are white.

The local MP, Anne Cryer, says the men's cultural background of arranged marriages is the key to understanding the problem...

'I believe there is a very strong cultural reason, it's nothing to do with the religion lets make it quite clear, its to do with the Asian culture, which wants these young men to marry these very young girls from their village, usually in Mayapore, and as with any other young men, they are seeking relationships elsewhere, and the sophisticated white woman wouldn't have anything to do with them because they understand that at the end of the day, they are just seeking sex not genuine relationships and therefore the only outlet left to them is to look for very young girls through this organised sex ring that we are seeing in Keighley'."

What do you think, England?


Supt Mark Whyman of the West Yorkshire Police said:

"Early last year we received a variety of reports that young Asian men by young I mean in their teens to their twenties were targeting young vulnerable school girls for sex and were actually leading to prostitution in some cases... the police investigation - which lasted a year and a half, has lead to just one prosecution for a serious sexual offence, a rape...

What I want to do with them as a police officer and a father is arrest people who abuse children who are paedophiles and who engage in that behaviour...

According to the two mothers we've spoken to sometimes this goes far beyond consensual sex within relationships. Both say their daughters have been gang raped, one at the age of 13...

The mothers we've spoken to say their daughters have been raped, sometimes gang-raped, these are incredibly serious offences are they not, surely there's something the police can do if there widespread allegations of this kind of behaviour? The difficulty is these are allegations, the evidence is rather thin on the ground... some of these men are criminals, they are actually known to us anyway they are engaging in other criminal activity and there's things we can do with them in relation to enforcing the law, perhaps in relation to the misuse of drugs act and in other areas which will help."


Kath Tunstall of Bradford Social Services said:

"As far as the police and social services are concerned this is a child protection matterm they say race is not an issue. Yet... most schoolgirls in the town will tell you that cars full of Asian men waiting at the school gates have become just another fact of school life...

This is a problem of young men exploiting young girls. Regardless of what the minority background is... This is a child protection issue that we are all working together to tackle."

Mandy, the mother of one of the young girls featured in the programme said:

"At the age of 13 she was regularly taken to Bradford to a flat. At this flat she was introduced to Es to speed and GHB. On 5 occasions I had a phone call in the middle of the night.

'I'm on a street corner mum I don't know where I am. I don't feel too well tonight.'

We regard this as, they're paedophiles. It's a grooming. There's a grooming process. Paedophiles -- a paedophile is a man that likes having sex with a child'...

On the fourth or fifth time of them going cruising and having a drink, her and a friend were taken to a flat, the flat door's locked, sat down drinking, the drink is spiced with GHB. All 4 men, my daughter is taken by all four men in turn. Her whole body was shaking and she couldn't stop shaking from the effects of the drugs that she were given. My daughter said:

'You know what will happen mum, if we go to the police, you know what will happen'. And I do know because I've had Asian men on the phone to me saying that if I send police to their house one more time then they will petrol bomb my house'."


Khadim Hussain, an Asian Community Leader said:

"The statistics show at the moment that its the Asian men and white girls, but the problem isn't just confined to that group, there are other groups as well. My own information is there are Asian on Asian and white on white not being picked up and we are having discussions with the authorities to actually look at the broader picture and wider picture and try to address the issue as a problem which is not just confined to Asian...

I don't think so that culture has anything to do with it'."

What do you think, England?


Channel 4's
spokesperson within the programme said:

"Sixteen per cent of the Yorkshire town's 70,000 population is Asian. And the allegation is that what is happening here in Keighley is that Asian men are seducing young white girls...

We've spoken to two mothers whose daughters became involved with these men. The mothers are afraid of what might happen to them if it's known they've spoken out.

They say they've tried to warn their daughters of the dangers these men pose but they believe the men are deliberately targeting impressionable girls some as young as 11 and 12.

It is claimed the men meet the girls outside the school and offer them cigarettes, drink and drugs, trying to establish a relationship...

The mothers say there's no question what the men really want -- they want sex.

The mothers have given police a list of 57 Asian men who their daughters say are involved...

In the police investigation all the men the girls were naming were Asian men. I mean, is there some reason, a cultural reason maybe, why Asian men would seek out girls in this way?"


I say:

Yes, there is a cultural reason.

This is it.

Asians just love to take the piss out of the English. Our customs, our laws, our sense of morality, our culture, our community. They can do with with impunity because MPs like Ann Cryer have, over the years, condemned, marginalised and then criminalised those within the indigenous population who would take the fight to such reprehensible creatures as the Keighley paedophile.

I think whoever is playing the paedophile with pre-pubescent British girls on a regular basis should be sorted out.

And sent back to culture they came from, along with their parents, their aunts, uncles, sisters, brothers, cousins, best friends and everyone else who ever played a part in covering up the mass rape of little girls in this country.

Which means that every MP in Westminster would have to be deported too.

No great loss there, then.


On the 27th of August, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:

"A documentary which police feared could incite racial violence was broadcast by Channel 4 on Thursday. Edge of the City was originally due to be aired on on 20 May, but was withdrawn hours before transmission. It featured claims that Asian men in Bradford groomed white girls as young as 11 for sex and drug abuse...

The documentary was initially postponed on the advice of West Yorkshire Police, who said they were concerned it could lead to inter-racial violence in the city...

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said there was 'never an issue of censorship'. He added:

'West Yorkshire Police had concerns regarding the timing of the broadcast in relation to a number of factors, including the European and local elections. We never had any intention of preventing it from being shown at some stage.'

The documentary, which followed the work of Bradford Social Services over the course of a year, showed social workers raising fears over the grooming of young white girls by older, predominantly Asian, men in Keighley.

It is alleged the girls are showered with gifts then given heroin or crack cocaine. Some are allegedly subjected to rape.

The BNP election broadcast featured an actress voicing the words of a mother who claimed her young teenage daughter had been drugged by her Asian boyfriend and gang-raped by his friends.

In a joint statement, West Yorkshire Police and Bradford Council said they had spent the past two years investigating the allegations, but had found 'no evidence of systematic exploitation'.

In July 2001, Bradford was the scene of some of the worst race riots Britain has seen for 20 years."

"Never an issue of censorship."

Right.

"West Yorkshire Police had concerns regarding the timing of the broadcast in relation to... the European and local elections."

Right.


Some would call it vote-rigging.

Some would call it fixing the result.

I would call it TREASON.


On the 25th of August, 2004, The Bradford Telegraph & Argus website reported thus:

"Since last August nine men and a woman have been charged with offences connected with exploitation of young girls stemming from Operation Parsonage, a major inquiry by police and Bradford Social Services. The charges include rape, indecent assault, witness intimidation, abduction and death threats.

Two cases of indecent assault have been dealt with by the courts with one Keighley man receiving a 15-month jail sentence.

Tomorrow, the exploitation features in Edge Of The City, the Channel 4 documentary postponed following pressure from West Yorkshire's Chief Constable, Colin Cramphorn. It was scheduled for May, before the local council elections, but Mr Cramphorn felt the timing could contribute to community unrest...

The documentary closely follows a year in the lives of two mothers, revealing the reality of life on Keighley's streets. One of the women has more than one daughter being targeted for sex.

In one sequence, the mothers drive up to bleak moorland above Keighley at night, searching for their children and discover three vehicles parked up.

'Seeing cars parked there makes you feel sick,' she says.

The film features a 13-year-old who has had more than 100 sexual partners. It explains how 11, 12 and 13-year-old girls are targeted by young men driving around past school gates.

One 14-year-old girl describes how she gets into a car with Asian men.

'A lot of them have a way with words to make you feel you're gorgeous,' she says. 'He told me he loved me and how beautiful I was. I thought I loved him.'

The documentary shows how men home in on girls with low self-esteem and begin to groom them for sex... One girl, who received presents from a man, said:

'I was thinking he's the most important thing in my life.' She adds:

'They introduce you to their friends, brothers, cousins and they all end up knowing you. Sometimes they would park up in dark alleyways and country lanes. We'd have sex in the car or in fields.'

The film shows how Bradford Social Services ran an 18-month investigation into under-age sex and how one office was investigating 50 suspected cases as well as 20 established ones.

A social worker says some girls claim to have been locked up and raped. Some were given a date rape drug.

Ginny Wilkinson, of children's charity Barnardos, which has been working for a decade in Bradford to curb sexual abuse, says that the organisation deals with 100 girls in the district every year. She warns that, if girls don't turn up to meet the men, they are targeted:

'We are talking about many, many scores of adult males feeling they can do this to 13 and 14-year-old girls'...

Ms Hall said the 18 months she spent researching and filming the programme had been emotional and sometimes 'horrendous'. I was shocked that this was happening in Britain,' she said.

'Personally, I was horrified at the level of abuse that was going on. I felt the desperation the mothers felt and that impacted hugely. Here were two mothers trying to bring up their kids the best they could and bringing up teenagers is hard. I thought this was a very difficult situation. It was very dramatic for all of us.

The stories that the mothers and girls told me shocked me. The abuse was very blatant and it shocked me that it could be so overt. It's a very, very difficult concept to try to describe to people. It's not about girls who are standing on street corners.'

Ms Hall said she had requested permission from Keighley police to film the investigation but they declined...

She believed the level of abuse was even higher than the figures showed, although Keighley was no worse than anywhere else.

'It's going on everywhere,' she said.

Ms Hall said it was important to identify why few cases came to court."

Politically correct, Marxist genocide, Ms Hall.

The destruction of the English by those elected to serve them. That'd just about cover it.

Wake up, England.


On the 28th of August, 2003, The This is Bradford website reported thus:

"A senior police officer has expressed his frustration at the lack of evidence linking claims that Asian men are involved in illegal sex with white girls in their early teens. Keighley Police divisional commander Superintendent Mark Whyman said few girls had come forward with evidence despite interviewing 27 of them.

The investigation was sparked by reports from mothers that their daughters - aged between 13 and 15 and under the age of sexual consent - were being used for sex by Asian men.

The alleged offences included rape, unlawful sexual intercourse and enticing the girls into a life of prostitution...

He stressed he did not see the problem confined to the Asian community and that grooming girls for sex was endemic.

And leading members of Keighley's Asian community agreed the issue affected all parts of society.

Mohhamed Amin, of the Sangat Community Centre, said:

'This is part of the law and order breakdown that has taken part in Keighley over the last 12 months.'

Saireen Khanum, founder of The Asian Link UK (TALUK) and Our Voice organisations, which campaign around the problem of forced marriages, said:

'The problem is men tend to pick up young girls outside schools for sex because young girls are naive. That's why we have teenage pregnancies, and this happens in all races. I don't agree these men go only for white girls. They also target young Asian girls. I went to school in London and this used to happen there with all races. It's just a man thing.

In my experience most Asian men who have relationships with white women end up settling down with these women. They may not marry them but they maintain very strong links with them'."

So that's alright then.

By the way, Superintendent Mark Whyman, Mohhamed Amin and Saireen Khanum are all lying.

The under-age girls being targeted for sex in Keighley are white and those targeting them are Asian.

Fact.


On the 28th of May, 2004, Lester Holloway wrote this at the website of Black Information Link:

"Last week Channel 4 axed their documentary 'Edge of the City' after a howl of protests from Muslim and Black community leaders, and the intervention of a top cop. West Yorkshire chief constable Colin Cramphorn warned C4's chief executive Mark Thompson that the screening could provoke 'a risk to community safety.'

The documentary featured a two-year police investigation into allegations of Asian men targeting and 'grooming' vulnerable young white girls for sex - some as young as eleven. There are also allegations of rape, abduction and threats to kill made against white girls who attempt to break free from their 'relationships' with the men.

The portrayal of Muslim Asian men as child abusers and paedophiles outraged community leaders, some who feared it would become a 'recruiting sergeant' for the BNP. After C4 axed the screening, which was due to go out on 20 May, Griffin attempted to hijack the documentary's content for his election campaign.

Unite Against Fascism are organising protests outside the BBC's West London Television Centre, and BBC offices in Cardiff and Manchester in protest at the Beeb's decision to show the BNP's propaganda.

Weyman Bennett, joint secretary for Unite, said:

'The BNP are not a legitimate party, they are a fascist party who stir up racial hatred. As far as the BBC is concerned, we are demonstrating because we don't see why we should be paying to see people who celebrated the murder of Stephen Lawrence.'

It is understood the five-minute BNP broadcast submitted to C5 featured the mother of a teenage girl who claimed her daughter was drugged and gang-raped by Asian men in Keighley, West Yorkshire.

The broadcast featured an actress voicing the words of the mother, 'Donna', who claimed her 13-year-old daughter was one of the victims, being drugged by her Asian boyfriend and gang-raped by his friends. A police investigation in Bradford is believed to have found evidence that Asian men were grooming and targeting white girls as young as 11 for sex and drug abuse."


So, West Yorkshire chief constable Colin Cramphorn saw to it that Edge of the City was not shown as he thought it might provoke "a risk to community safety."

Bit late for that Cramphorn, old sport. The under-age white girls of the "community" are being forced into sex and prostitution.

Nothing safe about that.

They and the white mothers of the Keighley "community" are being threatened with violence and death if they speak out.

Nothing safe about that.

Thing is, when TWATS like you allow such a dreadful situation to arise, the only thing that will stop it is if the "community" of young Asians who are responsible for the "grooming" and threats of violence ARE put at "risk".

If the shit was kicked out of these creatures they, and others who wished to follow suit, would not be likely to behave as reprehensibly as they do.

And you thought it best to prevent such reasonable retribution.

For the sake of the young Asian male.

Not for the sake of the under-age white girls of Keighley

Or their parents.


On the 6th of February, 2004, The Bradford Telegraph & Argus website reported thus:

"A group of parents whose under-age daughters fell prey to a sex ring are to step up their fight for justice. The group, which has been quietly campaigning for more than 18 months, is now 'going public'.

Next week Families Against Sexual Exploitation, will meet in Keighley with the aim of helping others whose daughters have been abused...

Keighley MP Ann Cryer claimed that a sex ring of Asian men were grooming girls, some as young as 11 and 12 to have sex with them. According to her office it has a list of 60 men, who are alleged to have lured young girls into the ring.

The group stresses it is non-political, but is determined to lobby Parliament, councillors, the police or whoever it takes to make sure any necessary changes in law are made to protect vulnerable young women... One of the organisers said:

'It makes us sick to think that so far only one of the men involved has been brought to court. We need to see the change in the law so that we as parents can take action. Young girls are being abused and passed around like pieces of meat.'

Four years ago her own daughter -- who is still not 16-years-old -- was snared and was subjected to rape and assault."


So, on the 22nd of August, 2003, Channel 4 informed us that Asian men and youths were picking up English girls as young as eleven in Keighley, taking them home and introducing them to alcohol, drugs and sex.

C4 suggested that the girls often found themselves addicted and were likely to become involved in prostitution. We were also told that their mothers were threatened when they complained and that the police felt powerless to intervene.


This is what Ann Cryer, Keighley's MP, had to say about it:

"I believe there is a very strong cultural reason, it's nothing to do with the religion, let's make it quite clear, it's to do with the Asian culture, which wants these young men to marry these very young girls from their village, usually in Mayapore, and as with any other young men, they are seeking relationships elsewhere, and the sophisticated white woman wouldn't have anything to do with them because they understand that, at the end of the day, they are just seeking sex not genuine relationships and therefore the only outlet left to them is to look for very young girls through this organised sex ring that we are seeing in Keighley".

Poor Mohammed and Sanjay, "the only outlet left to them is to look for very young girls".

Does Cryer really expect us to sympathise? She goes on to say:

"I tried hard to get the local community to deal with the problem, but all I got was a slap in the face... I have been told that I have brought the Myrapore community into disrepute... I'm not doing it... In Keighley, the view is don't talk about things to do with Asians. I'm not after these young lads going to prison".

Why not, for goodness sake?

"Some of these men, they are born and raised in Britain, but expect to behave like they come from a rural village in Pakistan... some Imams I believe demonise white girls, and these are the repercussions".

Curiously truthful here, Ms. Cryer.


In respect of the Bradford riots, in the 29th of August, 2003, edition ofThe Tribune, Cryer is on record as having said:

"My view is that the riots were led by a criminal minority responding to fascist taunts. Do they and many other young Asian males in Bradford feel that they have little, if any, stake in the United Kingdom's growing prosperity... Do those young men feel disaffected, disenfranchised and let down by their country of birth? Do they ask why all the qualifications, good jobs, nice houses and powerful cars seem to go to the whites?"

So, according to Cryer, the Bradford riots, and presumably all the other Asian riots seen in Britain in 2001 and 2002, were actually the fault of "fascists", who were white and British, I suppose.

Oh, and the riots were also the fault of the British establishment, which is, of course true, but hardly because they have been seeking to ensure that "Asian males in Bradford feel that they have little, if any, stake in the United Kingdom's growing prosperity".

Cryer obviously feels that the authorities should do more for all those poor Asian youngsters who "feel disaffected, disenfranchised and let down by their country of birth". Perhaps the riots were actually a cry for help from a downtrodden minority who only wanted to know "why all the qualifications, good jobs, nice houses and powerful cars seem to go to the whites".

Two simple questions to the "white" people of Keighley and Bradford:

Do all the "whites" in Keighley and Bradford have a good job, a nice house and a powerful car?

Have those who don't ever rioted?


In the same article Cryer informs us that:

"The advantages of integration will be easier to achieve when... whites and Asians recognise that there can be gain only from all sides living together in peace and understanding. The alternative is a Belfast-like situation in which we will all be the losers".


The Keighley electorate elect someone to, hopefully, represent their interests in Parliament.

The person they elect then tells them that they, who did not riot, "will be the losers" if they don't make an effort to live together "in peace and understanding" with those who did. She also tells us that, if the "whites" do not accept this state of affairs, the only other alternative is "a Belfast-like situation".

That's, Belfast at the height of the troubles, I suppose.

I don't know about you, but that sounds like a threat to me.

A threat from an MP who doesn't appear to be altogether supportive of those whose ancestors are all buried here.

On the 24th of January, 2003, after Adrian Marsden had won a council seat for the BNP, Cryer said this:

"These are ugly human beings dressed in nice new suits. They cause division and peddle hurtful policies. The Labour Party will fight them".

Four days after he was elected, Adrian Marsden was parking his car when he was brutally attacked by several men. His attackers have never been found.


On the 24th of January, 2003, BBC News reported Cryer as saying:

"They [the BNP] like to prey on people's fears, they attempt to whip up division against other people. These people dress in nice smart suits but underneath them they are the same ugly human beings trying to bring division wherever they go".


I've had a look at the British National Party website and one thing they do, which infuriates the Ann Cryers of this world, is to tell the truths that such as she want kept hidden.

Now, if the politicians and the media routinely leave out those bits of universal jigsaw that would enable the rest of us to see the whole picture, it strikes me that such as the BNP are to be commended for trying to fill in the gaps.
Over the years, the deliberate governmental suppression of any information which might offend, for example, the Asian community in Keighley, has allowed the depraved behaviours of the worst within Keighley's Asian community to go unchallenged. The price is being paid by the youngest and most vulnerable within Keighley's indigenous, white community.
The BNP see it as their duty to tell the British people about situations like that happening in Keighley when the media and the government won't. Ann Cryer and co. seem to see it as their establishment duty to castigate them for doing so.
In September, 2004, Ann Cryerwas of the opinionthat the three mainstream parties should work together against Angela Clarke, the BNP candidate, whom the voters of Keighley's Guardhouse ward seemed to be favouring.
As a result, an all-party candidate was put up against her. The voters didn't care for these political shenanigans, however, andMrs. Clarkewon the seat for the BNP.
Cryer, subsequently,denounced the Guardhousevoters thus:
"I'm ashamed of them. They are very thick and don't know what they are voting for."
Wake up, Keighley.




In the booklet, Celebrating Diversity, an instruction manual prepared for the students of Bolton Sixth Form College in January, 2002, Brian Iddon, MP for Bolton South East, said this:

"I am pleased to support the publication of this information which informs all staff and students of Bolton Sixth Form College on the area of cultural awareness. I have represented substantial numbers of Bolton’s minority communities since 1977, when I was first elected to Bolton Council, and do so now as one of the town’s MP’s…

Over many decades, the citizens of Bolton have welcomed people from all around the world; from Eire, Ukraine, Poland, the Caribbean, China, the African nations and, more recently, from South Asia- Bangladesh, India, Kashmir and Pakistan. Each new influx of immigrants has brought to Bolton the diversity of culture that we enjoy today. All have contributed to the economy of our town in different ways…

Ignorance is what causes most tension between communities, as we have seen in our neighbouring towns, and the best way to eliminate it is through education."

Iddon is not talking about the ignorance of the outsiders flooding into Bolton, my God no, he's far too PC to criticise anyone from the Black or Asian communities.

No, Bolton South-East's finest is talking about the recalcitrant Brit who doesn't fancy hordes of people, not the least bit like him, flooding into his neighbourhood and making him feel like a stranger in his native land.

According to Celebrating Diversity, the total population of Bolton in the 1991 census (the most recent for which figures are available) was as follows:
Ethnicity Population % of population

White and other: 237,196 91.7

Indian: 13,356 5.2

Pakistani:4,2401.6

Black: 1,5460.6

Chinese: 439 0.2

Bangladeshi: 216 0.1

Other groups: 1,591 0.6

Total: 258,584

In the academic year 2000-01, the ethnic background of the students of Bolton Sixth Form College was as follows:
Bangladeshi - 1% - 10 times their representation in the 1991 census.

Black - 1% - 1.66 times their representation in the 1991 census.

Chinese - 1.2% - 6 times their representation in the 1991 census.

Indian - 29.9% - 5.75 times their representation in the 1991 census.

Pakistani - 15.8% - 9.9 times their representation in the 1991 census.

White -45.1% - Less than half what it was in 1991.


According to the religious affiliations on the enrolment form, 42% of the students for the academic year 2001-2002, at Bolton Sixth Form College stated that Islam was their preferred religion.
In 1991 we can reasonably presume that the 1. 6% of Pakistani origin and 0.1% of Bangladeshi origin in Bolton would state that Islam was their preferred religion.

We may guess that as many as 0.3% of the 1.0% black people might have stated that Islam was their preferred religion.

We may guess that, of all the rest, very few would have stated that Islam was their preferred religion. For the sake of argument, let's say that 0.2% might have stated that Islam was their preferred religion.

Thus, in 1991, the percentage of those in Bolton who might have said that Islam was their preferred religion could have been as high as 2.2%. And yet, just ten years later, 42% of those attending Bolton Sixth Form College stated that Islam was their preferred religion.

In just ten years almost twenty times more Muslims now attend Bolton Sixth Form College as would have done so in 1991.


I say that the politicians who have overseen this stunning development in Bolton did not have the best interests of the indigenous people of the town at heart.

I believe that any politician who could describe such an influx of people with a vastly dissimilar culture into the existing population as a positive thing is, at best, politically correct at a level way beyond everyday New Labour spin, and, at worst, a traitor to his tribe.

In the Foreword to Celebrating Diversity, Brian Iddon says:
"Over many decades, the citizens of Bolton have welcomed people from all around the world; from Eire, Ukraine, Poland, the Caribbean, China, the African nations and, more recently, from South Asia- Bangladesh, India, Kashmir and Pakistan."

The actual effects of immigration into this country have always been, as the ordinary citizen knows, competition for jobs and housing that wasn’t there before, an increase in crime and ethnic tension, new laws on the statute books to protect the immigrant and criminalise the indigenous population and a governmental sensitivity to the requirements and aspirations of the immigrant that was never shown to the original population.

Iddon adds:

"Each new influx of immigrants has brought to Bolton the diversity of culture that we enjoy today."

Do the original inhabitants of Bolton, those whose ancestors are buried here, "enjoy" the way things are now? Or would they prefer things to return to the way things were, I wonder?

Iddon continues:

"Ignorance is what causes most tension between communities, as we have seen in our neighbouring towns, and the best way to eliminate it is through education."

I'd be surprised if Iddonever hadany sympathy for the disenfranchised white students of Bolton who responded in an "ignorant" way to the "tension between communities" when there was no longer any room for them at their local college.

The Principal of Bolton Sixth Form College, a Mr. R. Whittle, says this in Celebrating Diversity:
"The College recognises that students will need help and information in working to achieve a situation where ethnic diversity is celebrated…

Since the 1991 Census it has become apparent that Hindu families are leaving Bolton and that the number of people of Pakistani origin living in the town has increased. In total, Bolton has a greater ethnic minority population than Greater Manchester.

Bolton Sixth Form College is proud of the fact that it is a multi-racial and multi-cultural college…

All students indicate any religious affiliations on their enrolment form. Results are as follows for academic year 2001-2002.

Religion % of students

Islam 42%

Christianity 30%

No religious affiliation 16%

Hindu 8%

Don’t want to say 1%

Judaism 1%

Sikh 1%

Unknown 1%…

With its multicultural student population the college is a very multilingual environment. Many of the students speak a language other than English. College members speak many different languages and dialects…

There are aspects of the behaviour of Asian and African Caribbean youths that may be misrepresented or misunderstood. There has been misunderstanding as to why young Asian or African Caribbean males tend to hang around or walk in groups. The general myth is that they are up to no good, 'there's going to be a fight', etc. In fact this represents unity and security, and it is a social norm. Another form of body contact which also emphasises the notion of brotherhood is the shaking of hands or touching of clinched fists…

In the Caribbean it is customary for most mothers to have exclusive responsibility for bringing up children, normally helped by older female relatives. This system is based primarily around the matriarchal family structure. In the majority of families the role of the male was somewhat diminished as the mother and her female relatives took on the responsibilities that are traditionally seen in European culture. This customary practice of the family in the Caribbean evolved from the economic necessity for males to search for work abroad.

Now it is actually the British-born generation, rather than the migrants themselves, who are increasingly adopting the custom of mother and child living separately from the child's father. One of the features of life in the Caribbean community is rate of marriage. However, of those who have married, a number have divorced or are separated. The low rate of partnerships and high rate of single parenthood means that a high number of children born to Caribbean parents only live with one parent, normally their mother. In British society this has economic and social consequences.

One of the most striking aspects of the Caribbean family structure in the millennium is the large number of men who live without a partner, or whose partner is white. Whilst most people seem to be accepting of these relationships, there are reservations among some members of the black community about the consequences of this growing trend."


Thus today’s British headmaster excuses the grotesque irresponsibility of the Black, Caribbean male who shirks his duty to his wife, children, and society at large.


The headmaster continues:

"The perceived structure of a white, British family could be seen as based on the 1950s middle class stereotype of father, mother, two kids (preferable one male, one female). The actual statistics worked out at 2.4 children, a term that has stuck to identify the average family.

The structure was patriarchal, Dad being the breadwinner, Mum staying at home to ‘bring up the kids.’ The sign of a successful family was that the children would become independent and move out of the family home before finding their own partners for marriage and settling down to start the processes all over again. Now, with three out of five marriages ending in divorce and 31% of children being born outside of legal marriages, the 'traditional' pattern of white British families is becoming less of a norm. Step parenting, or at least one adult carer of a child not being a blood relative, is becoming more common.

So while aspects of the 1950's stereotype still exist we may need to question some long held assumptions e.g.

· a young person will have the same surname as his/her parents

· a person called ‘mum’ or ‘dad’ is a blood relative or has parental authority

· single parenthood is a result of a divorce or a failed relationship, it may be an active choice

· children living in the same household are related by blood

· single parenting or step-parenting is a ‘second best’ situation to having two ‘blood’ parents caring for a child

· some young people now have two parents of who are of the same sex."


Now, if the original inhabitants of Bolton look forward to having their children taught by a school principal such as Mr. R. Whittle, well, I’m minded to agree with the statement that a second-generation Irish friend of mine once came out with at 1.00 o’clock in the morning, after seven pints of lager:

"The English no longer exist", he said.


If your grandma or your granddad are still alive, ask them to read the above and then ask them what they think of Iddon and Whittle.

If they are no longer with us, try and imagine what they might have thought.

If you truly believe that the ideas and attitudes of the college headmaster and the local MP are more worthy than those of your immediate ancestors, answer this question:

"Are you a better person than your grandparents?"

Brian Iddon, New Labour MP for Bolton South East, voted to decriminalise cannabis usage and possession and signed every Early Day Motion since New Labour came to power advocating the drug’s decriminalisation.


He also voted for a Bill which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.


He signed an EDM criticising the proposed deportation of asylum-seeker, Edneth Gotora.


He also signed both EDMs proposing that the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth. Neither did he sign an EDM which called "upon the Mayor of London’s Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square as a fitting recognition of their great contribution to this country".

Iddon also signed an EDM which expressed outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

This EDM did not bother to point out that both Damilola and Abdi were murdered by gangs of feral, black teenagers.


Iddon signed another EDM which condemned Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek who was killed by a white "racist".


He also signed an EDM mentioning the name of Stephen Lawrence and voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviour is ‘racially’ or ‘religiously’ aggravated.

However, he did not mention his constituent, Craig Wolfenden, in the House of Commons. Nor did he sign an EDM commemorating him. Craig was killed by Alkash Patel outside his home, after Patel had come round to the block of flats with a prostitute.

Nor did Iddon mention the death of Bolton resident, 9-year-old Ellese Gore, who was knocked down and killed by hit-and-run-driver, Mouishen Ismal Ahmed. Iddon did not bother to introduce or sign an EDM commemorating Elese either.


Interestingly, Iddon did sign two EDMs which mentioned the deaths of Amy Houston and Scott Young, two white, British children.

However, thee EDM that mentioned Amy did not inform the reader that 12-year-old was killed by a Kurdish asylum-seeker who did not bother to stop after he knocked her down.

On the day that Amy died, Aso Mohammed Ibrahim was driving a car he had bought that day, he had no insurance, no licence and no test certificate, he was disqualified from driving, and was out on bail.

In the two years that Ibrahim had been in the country, he had been to court on 5 separate occasions for driving offences. Nevertheless, he was only sentenced to 4 months in prison for killing Amy Houston.


Yannick Etutu was cruising through Romford with Joseph Ogwang and Roland Monie, who was driving.

They were looking for someone to pick on and 14-year-old Scott Young and his friends seemed like easy meat.

Etutu and Ogwang jumped out of their car and ran towards the younger boys. Etutu, who already had convictions for robbery, began hassling Scott and his friend for money and, when none was forthcoming, he punched Scott full in the face.

Scott stumbled into the road from the force of the blow and was hit by two oncoming vehicles.

He suffered serious injuries and was rushed to Oldchurch hospital but was pronounced dead a little while later.

At the Old Bailey, Etutu was convicted of manslaughter for the unprovoked assault upon Scott and jailed for just three years.

Ogwang was cleared and Monie was never charged.

All were black.

The EDM that Brian Iddon signed never mentioned that Scott's killer was black.

No EDM has ever been introduced into parliament, in the last 16 years, which informed the reader that a first or second-generation immigrant was responsible for the death of an indigenous, British person.
The booklet, Celebrating Diversity may be found, in its entirety, here: http://www.bolton-sfc.ac.uk/equal_opps/resources/cd/celebrating_diversity.htm





This is David Winnick:




David Winnick, New Labour MP for Walsall North, voted to decriminalise cannabis.

He alsovoted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He alsovoted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

He signed an EDM sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

He also voted for a Bill which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also signed an EDM "dismayed" at the proposed deportation of Edneth Gotora.

He also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

He also signed three EDMs which mentioned black youth, Rolan Adams, one of which offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey, and two EDMs commemorating Rohit Duggal.

Winnick also signeda good manyEarly Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, since New Labour came to power.

However, he did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, of the Welfare Centre, Manchester, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

He also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

Although Winnick signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu, since New Labour came to power in 1997, he has never signed an EDM which named any of the 80 or so other police officers of ethnic British origin who were killed in the line of duty.

Winninck was also happy to mention Stephen Lawrence several times in Parliament nd signed 7 EDMs commemorating him.


However,Winnick never mentioned the death ofTrinity Reynolds, a new-born baby, in the House of Commons.


Nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating her.

On the 1st of July, 2004, The Walsall Chronicle Online informed us thus:

"Three senior doctors accused of making grave mistakes which led to the death of Wolverhampton baby Trinity Reynolds are being reported to the General Medical Council...

The medics involved are accused of a variety of failures including neglect of duty, serious professional misconduct and a severe breach of professional competence surrounding the birth of Trinity last year.

All work in obstetrics and gynaecology and are today named as senior consultant Jagbir Singh Samra, specialist woman registrar Deepali Sinha and locum Khawam Yousif, who is believed to have since left the country.

The delivery suite was damned by the Healthcare Commission. Staff blunders and training failures were blamed for the deaths of three healthy babies within eight weeks in early 2003".

A probe by West Midlands Perinatal Institute into around 20 random baby deaths from 2000-2003 found that more than half the infants could have survived had there been different management.

Nor did Winnick ever mention theexecutioin of 15-year-old gypsy, Gary McDonagh, by his brother William.

Gary and his younger brother, Christopher,were attacked with machetes, baseball bats and a variety of knives and, when William and Noreen McDonagh had finished, Gary was dead and the elder McDonaghs believed Chistopher was dead as well.

Nor did Winnick mention, 65-year-old Walsall pensioner, Donald "Docker" Hill, who was walking home from the pub when he was attacked by two Asian men who left him lying in a pool of blood with serious head injuries.

Ansar Sadiq and Alim Uddin were later charged with Donald's manslaughter.

The charge against Sadiq was, subsequently, dropped.

Nor did Winnick mention the attempted murder of special constable Michael Gee by schizophrenic, Darvinder Garcha.

Nor did Winnick ever comment on the blatant breach of the "incitement to racial hatred" lawcommitted by Shaja, a British born Pakistani living in the Burchill's area of Walsall, who was seen saying the following in the Channel 4 programme, Who You Calling A Nigger?

"For years it was a no-go zone for white people, black people, anyone, man... If you ain't a Paki, you ain't comin' in Burchills' man. You come fuck with us, you're dead, man...

20 years ago, there was no Pakis 'ere, noone was doin' nothin'. But now the Pakis have made a stamp, man.

Now, think 20 years ahead, fuck knows, man, this is going to be Pakistan, not England, Pakistan! They're all fucking shipping over, know what I mean, man, fake passports...

I don't like Jews. If I had the chance, I'd do one over, I'd break 'im, man. Jews are my enemies. Israel, man, the motherfucker! Why do we hate Jews? Jews smell, the motherfuckers!"

So, why did David Winnick, who is Jewish, himself, not take issue with the above?

Because the race laws were designed, purely and simply, to keep the British working-classes in their box, whilst a few thousandtreacherous MPs and PC activists like Winnick, and a few million hate-filled immigrants like Shaja, took whatlittle they had from them.


In the House of Commons,Winnick has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first or second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence's death.

Nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.


This is Bruce George:




Bruce George, New Labour MP for Walsall South, voted to decriminalise cannabis.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He alsovoted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

He also signed quite a few Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, since New Labour came to power.

However, he did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, of the Welfare Centre, Manchester, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

He also signed several EDMs sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

He also signed an EDM mentioning Stephen Lawrence


However,George never signed an EDM commemorating Trinity Reynolds.
(See above)

Nor didGeorge ever mention theexecution of Gary McDonagh. (See above)

Nor didGeorge mention the killing of Walsall pensioner, DonaldHill, by Alim Uddin. (See above)

Nor didGeorge mention the attempted murder of special constable Michael Gee by schizophrenic, Darvinder Garcha.

Nor did Winnick ever mentionthe British born Pakistani who said what he said onWho You Calling A Nigger?


In the House of Commons, George has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first or second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence's death.

Nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.








Fabian Hamilton, New Labour MP for the Leeds North East constituency.


One of the simplest ways one can gain an insight into the attitudes and beliefs of our parliamentarians is to study their use of the Early Day Motion. (EDM)

The Early Day Motion is a device which provides publicity for and draws attention to the most heartfelt views and causes to which individual Members of Parliament adhere. As such, the EDM is a great way to determine what Westminster's lesser lights really feel and think, and a close analysis of this device is just about the most effective way of determining if he is really going to do what he promised at the hustings and represent the views and concerns of the ordinary voter in parliament. Or whether, once he has been elected, the MP in question is more likely to undermine those views and concerns.

Much of what follows will concentrate on Hamilton's use and non-use of the EDM.


Just beforeHamilton arrived in the Commons a private prosecution was brought against him alleging breaches in the Companies Act in connection with his printing business.

The prosecution was lost.

The son of a Judge, Hamilton was a Leeds city councillor for ten years before he entered parliament in 1997.

He was a Blairite replacement for a deselected Old Labour left-winger.

In parliament,Hamilton is a member of the New Labour Friends of Israel grouping and a Vice-Chairman of the All-Party Inter-Parliamentary Council against Antisemitism.

Hamilton has signed a good many Early Day Motions which mentioned the words ‘cruel’ and/or ‘cruelty’ with reference to the treatment of animals.

He also voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and signedfive of the most important EDMs introduced since New Labour came to power, which signalled abhorrence of the practice.

However, he did not sign an EDM which criticised "the profound suffering caused to many millions of animals every year by slaughter without prestunning".

This EDM informed MPs that over 90% of animals slaughtered for consumption by the Muslim community are now pre-stunned, which implies that the majority of the cruelty associated with ritual slaughter in the UK, now occurs because of the custom and practice of Jewish orthodoxy.

Hamilton signed Most of the Early Day Motions eulogising and commending Holocaust Memorial Day.

However, he did not sign an EDM which acknowledged that:

"In 1932-33 the Soviet regime under Stalin employed genocide to destroy opposition in Ukraine… Seven million Ukrainians were starved to death as a result… The United Kingdom Government was aware of the scale of genocide and famine in Ukraine in 1932-33, yet chose to remain silent on the issue… Information about the Ukrainian famine and genocide was suppressed, distorted, or wiped out by the Soviets… The forced famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine was an act of genocide against the Ukrainian nation."

What those MPs who were decent enough to sign the above EDM dared not tell the British people was that the man most responsible for the Ukranian genocide, Lazar Kaganovich, was Jewish.

Hamilton did not even sign an EDM acknowledging "the extermination of one million Armenians by the Ottoman empire in 1915", a genocide which, unlike the Ukrainian holocaust, has not been erased from the history books.

Neither did Hamilton sign an EDM which condemned the Israeli Army for the deliberate shooting of 21-year-old Englishman, Tom Hurndall, "whilst helping Palestinian children escape gunfire from an Israeli army watchtower".

Nor did he sign an EDM which condemned the killing of Englishman, "Iain Hook, an UN worker, by the Israeli army", and the shooting of Irishwoman, Caoimhe Butterly, noting that this was "yet another example of the indiscriminate use of force by the Israeli army and that proper access to medical services was once again denied".

Nor did he sign any of the EDMs which mentioned the murder of US peace activist, Rachel Corrie, who was deliberately "run over by an armoured bulldozer driven by a member of the Israeli security services… whilst she was protesting at the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza".

He did, however, sign an EDM recognising "the State of Israel on its 50th Anniversary" and applauding Israel as "a vibrant, diverse and democratic society" and applauding "its achievements in 50 years".

Hamilton, a Labour MP, did not sign any of the seven EDMs which condemned the former Tory leader of Westminster Council, Dame Shirley Porter, twho was guilty of "deliberate, blatant and dishonest abuse of public power" amounting to "political corruption", according to the Law Lords’ judgement of 2001.

Nor did he sign any of the four EDMs which were both specifically and indirectly critical of Hackney Councillors Isaac Leibowitz and Zev Lieberman, who were "found guilty of forgery and conspiracy to defraud" in one of the "worst cases of vote-rigging ever to take place in Britain."

Porter, Leibowitz and Lieberman are all Jewish, as is Hamilton.


Hamilton voted for the military action which led to led to the widespread bombing of Iraq in 1998.

A great many EDMs were introduced into Parliament, since New Labour came to power, which were critical of the government's use and sale of cluster bombs, land mines and artillery shells containing depleted uranium.

Hamilton signed none of them.

At great many EDMs were introduced into Parliament,during the same period,which sympathised with Armed Forces personnel who have been seriously damaged by: deliberate exposure to radiation at nuclear test sites; chemical and nerve gas experimentation at Porton Down on unsuspecting volunteers; Gulf War Syndrome; and other wholly preventable illnesses.

Hamilton signed none of them.


Hamilton voted to lower the age of consent for homosexual sex to 16.

He voted to repeal Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality.

He voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples.

He voted against an amendment which would have allowed parents a greater say over the content of sex education in the schools that their children attend.


Hamiltonvoted against the motion of 8th June, 1998, which opposed government plans to cut student funding.

Hamilton voted for the government’s higher education bill which introduced "top-up" fees for university students in England, having, previously, signed 3 EDMs criticising their intended introduction.


Hamilton voted for the establishment of Foundation hospitals.


Hamiltonsigned both Early Day Motions which encouraged the extended use of fluoride in the national water supply.

Fluoride is known to be an extremely dangerous and poisonous chemical and was once considered to be a hazardous industrial waste.


Of the many EDMs introduced since New Labour came to power, which were explicitly critical of the Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe, Hamiltonhasn't signedany.


During the lifetime of the New Labour government Hamilton signed a good few EDMs sympathetic to the situation of Asian and black people imprisoned abroad.

During the same period Hamilton signed hardly any concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.

For example:

Hamilton signed an EDM sympathising with the black American death row inmate, Mumia Abu-Jamal, who had mrdered a police officer. In the EDM he expressed his concern thatAbu-Jamal's "civil rights" might have been "violated"

He signed another EDM concerned the "treatment of Sakchai Makao, in his arrest and subsequent detention in Durham maximum security prison"

Makao had expressed his gratitude to a Shetland community that had taken him in by committing a major arson when he was drunk and fed up. The EDM that Hamilton signed urged the government to "rescind the deportation order and release Mr Makao".

The government must have been listening because they released him early and he was not deported.

Hamilton also signed several EDMs sympathising with "dissidents" in Eritrea, "prisoners of conscience" in Tibet, a jailed Tibetan woman;and Aung San Suu Kyi, who is under house arrest in Burma.

However, he never signed the EDM which expressed concern for the Britons Alexander Mitchell, William Sampson, James Lee, James Cottle, Les Walker, Peter Brandon and Glen Ballard and the Asian Raj Schyver, who were imprisoned and tortured in Saudi Arabian gaols.

This EDM noted that they had been, "suspended upside down for hours with their hands and feet bound", the y had been subjected to "sleep deprivation for up to 10 days" and had been regularly beaten".

The men listed above wereNOT GUILTY OF ANY CRIME.

And the British and Saudi governments KNEW IT.

It is likely that Hamilton will have known they were innocent as well. But it did not prompt him to sign the EDM introduced on their behalf.

Nor did Hamilton sign the EDMs sympathising with Kevan Sloan, Dr Lesley McCulloch, Andrew McClintock, Allan Davis, Dr David Lowry and David Chell, all of whom were imprisoned abroad UNJUSTLY at the time he was signing the EDMs sympathising with the foreigners listed above.

David Chell still languishes under a death sentence in Malaysia having been dubiously convicted of drug smuggling.


In the October, 2003 division, Hamilton voted to downgrade the illegality of cannabis usage and possession.

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also signed a goodmany Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants.

However, he did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

Hamiltonalso signed an EDM noting the death of Rocky Bennett, a black man who died in mental hospital custody.

He also signed a parliamentary EDM commemorating Stephen Lawrence and sympathising with his parents, Neville and Doreen.

However, he never bothered to sign an EDM commemorating his own constituent, John Luper, nor did he ever called for the black men who murdered him, in his own home, to be "punished with more severity" for the crime they committed.

In fact, Hamilton has never mentioned any of the many Britons murdered by first and second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating them.



Now, let’s take a look at 20 EDMs that, I'm sure, most decent British folk would have signed if they had been an MP.

July, 1999:

"This House notes that Labour councillor, Lorraine Monk, elected in May 1998, resigned her seat due to a police investigation, following allegations of her being fraudulently entered on the electoral register; regrets the fact that the police terminated their investigations when Councillor Monk resigned; and calls upon Special Branch to re-open the investigation to ensure that any electoral fraud is firmly dealt with".

Lorraine Monk is black.

March, 2001:

"This House condemns the Saatchi Gallery’s I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children and supports the campaign led by the News of the World newspaper, parents and police chiefs to highlight the dangers that this ‘art exhibition’ has to the well being and safety of children in this country; deplores reports that the FreshPetals paedophile website has directed its visitors to the BBC News website to view the pictures online; and believes that as child welfare issues and the real dangers posed by paedophiles to children in this country have never been greater an ‘exhibition’ of this nature is unacceptable and should be closed".

Lord Saatchi is Jewish.

May, 2002:

"This House deplores the acceptance by New Labour of a £100,000 donation from porn publisher Mr Richard Desmond; believes it is no coincidence that this followed Government approval for Mr Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers; notes with surprise and disappointment the remarks by the honourable Member for Hamilton North & Bellshill that New Labour does not exercise 'moral judgement' over prospective donors; believes that Mr Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and further notes the academic research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Richard Desmond and return this donation."

Richard Desmond is Jewish.

July, 2002:

"This House notes with regret the decision of the BBC to cut the sung version of Rule Britannia from its programme for the Last Night of the Proms; and calls upon the BBC to reconsider its decision".

The conductor who decided to cut the favourite moment of most of those who frequent the Promenade Concerts from that years programme was the American conductor Leonard Slatkin.

Gerald Kaufman, MP, is also on record as wanting Rule Brittannia removed from the Proms.

Kaufman and Slatkin are alsoJewish.

November, 2002:

"This House notes the conclusions of the latest independent inquiry into the Government’s handling of the foot and mouth crisis which accuses ministers of ‘ineptitude’, unpardonable delays in decision making’ and ‘massive dereliction of duty’; and believes that the Government’s devastating mixture of confusion, incompetence and incoherence is damaging the interests of farmers throughout the United Kingdom".

April, 2003:

"This House looks forward to celebrating St. George’s Day on 23rd April; notes that England’s Patron Saint Day is an ideal opportunity for all English people to celebrate their country’s heritage and traditions".

July, 2003:

"This House expresses its grave concern that Brendon Fearon, one of the burglars who broke into Tony Martin’s house, is now suing for civil damages in respect of the injuries that he sustained during his criminal acts, including his loss of sexual enjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; expresses further concern that Brendon Fearon’s case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board despite the willingness of his solicitor to take the case on a no win-no fee contingency basis; urges the Government to look urgently at changing the law so that criminals who break into properties leave all their civil rights outside that property; urges the Government to reform the rules governing legal aid so that it cannot be claimed in such cases; and further urges the Government to note that 83 per cent of those surveyed by the Freedom Association believe that an intruder should have no case against a homeowner who takes direct action against them".

November, 2003:

"This House notes that the proposed EU Constitution in its current form would fundamentally alter the relationship between the EU and its member states; and therefore calls upon the Government to hold a referendum before ratification of such a constitution can take place".

November, 2003:

"Around one in 10 sexually active young women are currently infected with chlamydia… syphilis rates have increased by 500 per cent. in the last six years… gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period… National Health Service sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand… the Health Select Committee’s report on sexual health and its assessment that the present sexual health crisis has resulted from inadequate political pressure and leadership over recent years… insufficient central guidance emphasising the importance of sexual health and a severe lack of performance management… the Committee’s recommendation urging a strong commitment to making sexual health a priority and to improving the way in which young people are educated about relationships and sex in order to prevent the situation confronting the next generation of young people from becoming worse still".

November, 2003:

"This House expresses its deep concern at the deteriorating situation in Zimbabwe; further notes with concern that the policy of quiet diplomacy has failed and that human rights abuses now abound in that country".

November, 2003:

"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate; notes that the Brazilian Amazon covers 5.2 million square kilometres, more than 60 percent of the country; further notes that the Brazilian Amazon contains about a third of the world’s rainforest and 30 per cent. of the world’s biodiversity; expresses concern that the number of trees felled in the Amazon region has risen by 40 per cent. in the past year with almost 10,000 square miles of virgin rainforest being cut down; deplores the fact that the Government is cutting its programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq; warns that this will have a detrimental effect on the global environment and the lives of the indigenous Amazonian people; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its decision".

January, 2004:

"This House regrets that the European Commission has floated the idea of abolishing the Made in Britain label in order to replace it with a label saying Made in Europe".

January, 2004:

"This House notes… the statement from Dr Edward Green, that… ‘having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics’; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote ‘abstinence and faithfulness’ which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that ‘increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence’ and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men ‘remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV’; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases; further notes that the sexually transmitted infections epidemic has followed the intense promotion of free contraceptives and the morning-after pill among teenagers; further notes and congratulates the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health for her admission at Oral Questions on 20th January, Official Report, column 1206, that ‘the best way to avoid STDs is to abstain from sexual activity’; and calls on the Government to follow the Ugandan example in promoting abstinence and faithfulness among the young in its teenage pregnancy strategy".

January, 2004:

"This House notes the alarming rate of CFC leakage from end-of-life fridges; recognises the hugely detrimental effect of these gases on the environment; deplores the Government’s inability to provide figures for the quantity of CFCs recovered from these fridges; notes that figures from Wales suggest a leakage rate of over 50 per cent.; and calls on the Government to publish figures for the whole of the UK as soon as possible, and to take action to reduce the rate of leakage as soon as possible".

March, 2004:

"This House… supports the stance taken by sacked GCHQ employee Katharine Gun in exposing spying on the UN missions of six countries, as part of the failed US/UK effort to secure a resolution authorising war in Iraq, which is illegal under… the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations; believes that it is a charge of the utmost seriousness that agencies acting under the instruction and authority of the UK Government engaged in unlawful wiretapping of the Secretary-General of the United Nations; and calls on the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate those who carried out and instructed these illegal activities".

March, 2004:

"This House recognises that the Barnett Formula was instituted as a temporary measure to offset calls for devolution under the Callaghan government… it remains unfair and to the detriment of the English regions and to the advantage of Scotland and Wales; and ought to be replaced forthwith by a fairer distribution of funds throughout the United Kingdom".

Lord Barnett, who figured out this anti-English formula, is Jewish.

March, 2004:

"This House notes the Government’s recent announcement of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emission levels in 2003; is extremely disappointed to note that carbon emissions have increased by 1.5 per cent. since 2002; further notes that in 1997, 152.9 million tonnes of carbon were emitted and 152.5 million tonnes were emitted in 2003; and therefore calls on the Government to explain why, despite so much being said by the Government on this subject, so little has been done to reduce this figure further".

March, 2004:

"This House is disappointed to note that there are no laws ensuring that newsagents only display and sell adult titles from a top shelf out of reach of minors; and… urges the Government to consider introducing such a law as soon as reasonably practicable".

April, 2004:

"This House notes the increasing enthusiasm amongst the people of England to celebrate St. George’s Day as demonstrated throughout the country on Friday, 23rd April; believes that the celebration of St. George’s Day encourages national pride and unity amongst all the peoples of England; and, in this spirit of encouraging the celebration of what is England’s national day, calls upon Her Majesty’s Government to establish St George’s Day as an annual public holiday, giving everyone the chance to celebrate in future years".

Ladies and gentlemen, Fabian Hamilton signed none of the above EDMs.

In fact, of all the 350+ backbench New Labour MPs who could have signed the above EDMs, only Rudi Vis, (3) Syd Rapson, (3) Adrian Bailey, (2) Jim Dobbin, (2) Lindsay Hoyle, (2) Rob Marris, (2) Janet Dean, Tony Clarke, Hugh Edwards, John Mann, Peter Kilfoyle, Helen Jones, Roger Godsiff, Gerry Steinberg, Helen Clark, Alan Meale, Fraser Kemp, Jane Griffiths, Phil Woolas and Mike Wood, (1) ever did.

By the way, I’m no Tory, I’d boil Margaret Thatcher in the same cauldron as Tony Blair if I was the boss.



Nor am I a wishy-washy, immigrant-hugging Liberal.


Here's an EDM that Fabian Hamilton was happy to sign.

"This House notes the leading role which Britain played in the transatlantic slave trade and that millions of enslaved persons passed through the ports of Bristol, Liverpool and London; further notes that a large proportion of Britain's black community are descendants of enslaved Africans; recognises that slavery is a crime against humanity; notes that many people of all communities in Britain want to learn about the history of slavery; calls on the Government to make the teaching of the slave trade and plantation slavery, mandatory as part of the national curriculum; commends the national museums and galleries on Merseyside for promoting National Memorial Slavery Day; and further calls upon the Government to initiate a National Memorial Slavery Day so that people throughout the country will learn about and remember the horrors of slavery".

The EDM above was introduced by Louise Ellman, who is also Jewish.

In 1830, just after slavery had been abolished throughought the British Empire,the wage of an agricultural labourer was nine shillings.

In the following years the wage was reduced to eight shillings, and then to seven. In 1834, the workers were faced with the prospect their wages might be reduced to six shillings. It was against this background that George Loveless started up a Friendly Society of Agricultural Labourers.

In March, 1834, the six men who came to be known as The Tolpuddle Martyrs were arrested and George and his companions were sentenced to seven years transportation, "not for anything they had done, but as an example to others".

However, in March, 1836, after much popular pressure, Lord John Russell, who had just taken over from Lord Melbourne as the Prime Minister, announced to Parliament that free pardons had been granted to all six men.

George did not get back to England until the 13th of June, 1837. James Loveless, James Brine and Thomas and John Stanfield came home on the 16th of March, 1838 and James Hammett some time in August, 1839.

George Loveless, then, can be seen as a Titan in the affairs of the working-class men and women of England.

A little while after his return from Australia in 1837, he said this to a gathering of fellow labourers:

"England has for many years been lifting her voice against the abominable practice of negro slavery. Numbers of great men have talked, have laboured and have struggled until at length emancipation has been granted to the black slaves in the West Indies. When will they dream of advocating the cause of England's white slaves?"


Richard Oastler was the leader of the Ten Hours Movement, which aimed to reduce the working day of factory children to 10 hours.

Here is a letter this gentlemen wrote to The Leeds Mercury in 1830:

"Thousands of our fellow creatures are existing in a state of slavery more horrid than are the victims of that hellish system, colonial slavery... The very streets which receive the droppings of the Anti-Slavery Society are every morning wet by the tears of innocent victims at the accursed shrine of avarice, who are compelled, not by the cart whip of the negro slave driver, but by the equally appalling thong or strap of the overlooker, to hasten, half-dressed, but NOT half-fed, to those magazines of British infantile slavery - the worsted mills in the town of Bradford."


A few years after the Civil War was won and the slaves of America freed, Horace Greeley, the founder of The New York Tribune, said this:

"We have stricken the shackles from four million human beings and brought all laborers to a common level not so much by the elevation of former slaves as by practically reducing the whole working population, white and black, to a condition of serfdom. While boasting of our noble deeds, we are careful to conceal the ugly fact that by an iniquitous money system we have nationalized a system of oppression which, though more refined, is not less cruel than the old system of chattel slavery."


William Cobbett was an English journalist and political reformer.

He fought relentlessly for the working-class and was not averse to a launching broadside or two against the political and financial elite, indeed, he was sent to prison for doing just this.

In 1802, Cobbett began publishing The Political Register.

In 1816 Cobbett began publishing The Political Register as a pamphlet. The government had raised the taxes on newspapers to 4d a copy, and this meant that the information contained in them was out of bounds to all but the most wealthy.

However, publishing The Register as a pamphlet meant that Cobbett could broadcast what he knew to the common weal, as he was able to sell it for only 2d. As a result, the pamphlet soon had a circulation of over 40,000 copies and his views became well known and very popular.

Cobbett's output was required reading for the educated working-classes of the day and no one was more widely read by this section of British society. Cobbett was, thus, considered a threat by the establishment and, when he heard that he was going to be arrested once more, (he had been arrested and imprisoned for two years in 1809) he fled to the United States.

In 1821, Cobbett started his famous tour of Britain on horseback. Each evening he recorded his observations on what he had seen and heard that day. This work was published in 1830 and Rural Rides is his most well known and enduring work.

He was elected as MP for Oldham in 1933 and continued his attacks upon the government from his parliamentary platform. Luckily for the powers-that-be, he died in 1835.

So, what did Cobbett have to say about the English poor in his day? Well, in 1823, he sentthis letter to William Wilberforce, the most famous of the anti-slavery campaigners:

"You seem to have great affection for the negroes... I feel for the hard-pinched, the ill-treated, the beaten down labouring classes of England, Scotland and Ireland, to whom you do all the mischief that it is in your power to do; because you describe their situation as good, and because you do, in some degree, at any rate, draw the public attention away from their sufferings."

When Richard Oastler's Ten Hours Movement argued for a reduction in the working day for children, the government opposed the move, saying that it would be detrimental to trade. Cobbet commented thus upon the Establishment position:

"A most surprising discovery has been made, namely, that all our greatness and prosperity, that our superiority over other nations, is owing to 30,000 little girls in Lancashire. If these little girls work two hours less in a day than they do now, it would occasion the ruin of the country."


For the little girls of Lancashire, for the bent and crippled children of England's mills and mines, there was never a Wilberforce, and no anti-slavery pamphlets were ever circulated.

Now do we think that Louise Ellman, Michael Clapham, Jeff Ennis and Eric Illsleywillbe including the little girls of Lancashire in the National Slavery Day curriculum that our kids will be required to study?

We don't think so, do we?

Theywon't want a parallel drawn between the kind of lives plantation slaves were required to lead, for two hundred and fifty years or so, with the kind of lives poor, working-class Brits were required to lead down the mines, up the chimneys and inside the factories for three and fifty hundred years or so.

It's true, I should think, that the miners and the chimney sweeps and the factory workers, probably, didn't think of themselves as slaves, but, if you've ever read Dickens, you'll know that, from cradle to grave, the lives of most were owned and cruelly exploited by the bosses.

One more thing, do you think Louise Ellman and Fabian Hamilton will want the enormous rolethattheir own Jewish brethren played in black slavery to be exposed?

Do we thinkthey will want that little bit of hidden history laid bare for all to consider?

I just can't see it, folks.

I just cannot seea Jewish MP like Ellman, who has never once signed an Early Day Motion critical of Jewish behaviour, or a Jewish MP like Hamilton who has only ever signed one, ever wanting such a thing known.

Ellman and Hamilton want the Slavery bill introduced so that they can inculcate even more guilt and multicultural obeisance into our children than they have manged to instil so far.

Such as these are not interested in being fair. They're are not interested in having you know the whole story, warts and all. They are only interested in screwing the coffin lid down as tight as possible.

They are at war with us, ladies and gentlemen, it's as simple as that.

Our own parliamentarians are at war with us.


On the 15th of January, 1998, Hamilton said this in the House of Commons:

"The United Kingdom has excellent legislation, the Race Relations Act 1976. Indeed, we have led the way internationally in showing how legislation can overcome discrimination, especially against people from different racial backgrounds. We have a model set of laws, which have gone a long way in fighting racial discrimination. However, there is still enormous discrimination against Muslims. (The new law) could help to block the appalling material that is appearing on the internet, especially some of the 250 or so websites about holocaust denial".

Hamilton was one of 12 MPs who attempted to bring a bill before the House of Commons which sought to ‘introduce a national day to learn about and remember the Holocaust’.

He has used the phrase "holocaust denial" in the House of Commons in respect of those who argue that the six million Jewish dead in WWII figure is an exaggeration.

A study of the memorial gravestones positioned and then replaced at Auschwitz from 1948 onwards have determined categorically that no more than three milion could have died in the Holocaust.

And yet, the Jewish elite and the politicians of the Western world have colluded for many years to maintain thismonstrous deception.

Hamilton is one such politician.







In December, 2005, on BBC Radio 4's The World at One, the Conservative Party's Chairman, Francis Maude, said this:

"Immigration has been… fantastically good for this country... It’s been good economically, and has contributed to us being a much enriched country culturally".


At the Nationalist Alliance website: http://www.allnationalist.com/index.htm Merlin Jim comments thus on Maude's declaration:

"'Fantastically good for the UK?' Let's take a look at what immigration has actually brought to the UK:

Racial tension; social fragmentation; racial prejudice; religious fragmentation; race relations quangos costing the country billions; interracial strife; racial mongrelisation; urban ghettos; over-population, totally destroying the whole structure, industry, economics and ecosystem of the country; fabricated job titles costing the country billions; uncontrolled drug crime; uncontrolled gun crime; loss of racial identity and pride; repression and exploitation of indigents to favour aliens; race riots, looting and burning; Muslim terrorists and suicide bombers!

So, exactly what are all these 'fantastic' things that immigrants have done?"


On the 4th of January, The Conservative Leader, David Cameron, gave a speech to the independent charitable foundation, the King's Fund.

In this speech, he said:

"As well as increasing the supply of healthcare, we need to reduce the demand… Government has a responsibility to promote public health… Modern marketing techniques can be used to great effect to tackle the root causes of preventable ill-health just as irresponsible marketing techniques can have the opposite effect…

As Britain faces an obesity crisis, why does WH Smith's promote half-price chocolate oranges at its checkouts?

So many consumer businesses could do more to promote healthy diets and lifestyles… Good health is good business. Today, almost one in three children aged between two and ten are overweight and the figures are growing faster than anywhere else in Western Europe."


Since February, 2006, Francis Maude has been the Chairman of the Mission Marketing Group, an ad agency whose clients include Virgin Cola, Walkers Crisps and Carlsberg.

Which products don't exactly "promote healthy diets and lifestyles" or help out in the non-obesity stakes, now do they?

The Mission Marketing Group owns Big Communications whose client list includes the alcopop, WKD. The ads for WKD have been cited by campaigners as some of the most concerning regarding underage and binge drinking.

In September 2006, a WKD ad was one of the first two ever to be banned by the Advertising Standards Authority. The ASA said that the adverts breached regulations by being likely to have a strong appeal to minors.

In February, 2004, The Evening Standard reported thus:


"Former Conservative minister Francis Maude is to chair one of the City's top spin doctors. He will work five days a month and be paid £80,000 a year as head of the board at Incepta, owner of Citigate Dewe Rogerson - one of the biggest gainers from the Tories' privatisations.

Maude, 50, candidly admitted today:

'My relationship with the firm goes back some way to when Dewe Rogerson, as it was then, did most of the public relations work on the big privatisations… Probably the biggest piece of work they were involved in directly for me was the sale of the Government's second tranche of shares in British Telecom in 1991 when I was Financial Secretary to the Treasury.'

That sale raised more than £5bn for the Government and Dewe Rogerson was paid a six-figure fee.

Maude lost his seat in the 1992 General Election and moved into investment banking, first with Salomon and then Morgan Stanley. At this point he dealt with Citigate's Jonathan Clare, who was advising HSBC on its takeover of Midland Bank."


A list of this top Tory turd's directorships can be found here:

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/perso...,-3429,00.html









Sayeeda Warsi, pictured above, is a 34-year-old second-generation, Pakistani immigrant who, after responding generously to his comments on positive discrimination at the Absolutely Equal women’s conference, was headhunted by the then Shadow Chancellor, Oliver Letwin.

Soon after this she became Michael Howard's "advisor" on racial issues.

Interestingly, considering the fact that Warsi is "practising" Muslim, both Howard and Letwin are Jewish.

Howard and co. thought so much of their youthful, Muslim lawyer that they chose her to stand as the Conservative candidate in the Dewsbury constituency at the 2005 General Election.

Thus, in 2005, the Conservative and New Labour Parties offered the Dewsbury constituency, which is, even now, 75 percent British-white, a choice of two second-generation Pakistani Muslims.


Since her election defeat, Ms Warsi has been rewarded by the Tories for her efforts on their behalf.

She is now one of the four Vice-Chairpersons of the Conservative Party and is a high ranking member of David Cameron's A-list. This latter fact means that some long-time Tory activist will lost their opportunity to stand for his or her own constituency's safe seat when it becomes available.

In favour of a New Tory luvvie of the Muslim persuasion.

Whose ancestors are all buried elsewhere on the planet.


On Monday, the 6th of February, 2006, Sayeeda Warsi was seen in an edition of Newsnight.

The segment in which she appeared was debating the relative demerits of the Danish cartoons and the placards that had been paraded through the streets of London by a large group of angry Muslims as a consequence.

Warsi didn't seem to bothered overmuch by the placard-carrying Asiatic types and played down their behaviours thus:

"I think we need to engage in dialogue… I think if you saw some of the placards… I thought they were very interesting… They said 'We want to engage in debate; we want to engage in dialogue; we just don't want to be insulted'."


I'm afraid the Tory Vice-Chairperson wasn't being entirely honest in her assessment of the placard wielders.

Far from wanting a dialogue, they didn't seem to be the least bit interested in having a nice chat with us Brits at all.

In fact, the following slogan was chanted repeatedly during the protest.

"UK, You will pay, Bin Laden is on his way!"

And the placards weren't quite as inoffensive as Warsi was implying either.

Indeed, they said things like:

"Behead those who insult Islam!"

"Exterminate those who slander Islam!"

"Kill those who insult Islam!"

"Europe, you'll come crawling when the Mujihadeen come roaring!"

"Europe, remember 9/11!"

And:

"Europe is the cancer, Islam is the answer".

There also happened to be an Asian drug dealer, paroled from prison early, who thought he would use his newly won free time usefully by joining the parade and dressing up as a suicide bomber. Which wasn't exactly the most sensitive behaviour for a Muslim chappie to be indulging in after 7/7, I think you'll agree.


Anyway, despite all of this, Sayeeda Warsi preferred to reserve most of her criticism for the Danish cartoonists and condemned them thus:

"I am a practising Muslim and I felt that those cartoons were very offensive… They, actually, attacked at the very heart of what is crucial and so sacred in the Muslim faith and politicians in this country were right to condemn and criticise them".

At this point she remembered that some of the Tories watching Newsnight might think twice about voting for her in the future if she carried on in this vein and added:

"Just as they were right to condemn some of those offensive placards".


Changing her line of attack at this point, Warsi said:

"We will have extremists, we heard Nick Griffin earlier, I think people like Nick Griffin, and, unfortunately, people like Abu Hamza and Omar Bakri, I say they are all the same, they're peas in one pod, they all preach hate, they all divide society and they all pedal there own agendas."


And, then, she added this:

"I think that the best thing for all of them would be TO STOP ABUSING OUR FLAG AND TO GET OFF OUR ISLAND!

TO GET OFF OUR ISLAND"!



That's right, folks, the lady was so insistent that people "like Nick Griffin", US in other words, should stop abusing HER flag and get off HER island that she said "GET OFF OUR ISLAND" twice!

Oh, and UNFORTUNATELY Hamza and Bakri will have to leave as well.


So, this particular Tory doesn't just want those who incite murder deported, (three of the 7/7 bombers had attended Abu Hamza's lectures at the Finsbury Park Mosque and two of them had, actually, lived there), she wants the British who don't agree with her deported as well!


Anyway, you heard it here, folks.

The deputy chair of the David Cameron's Tory party seems to want all of us uppity, white British types, who might have expressed a little too much sympathy for the views of the Nick Griffins of this world in lieu of 7/7, booted off her island!

The island in question being the one where all of OUR ancestors are buried.


Now, what do you closet PC types think of that?

Would you all ride happily off into the sunset if Sayeeda Warsi gave you your galloping orders?

Silly question, really, she's never going to demand that her best friends bugger off, now is she?


How about you, Mr Undecided?

Are you happy with A.N.Other second-generation immigrant's expression of Pakistani ingratitude?

OR NOT!


Sayeeda Warsi was a political activist in her teens.

She studied law at Leeds University and became Vice President of the Student Union.

She, subsequently, qualified as a solicitor and one of her first jobs after leaving university was with the Crown Prosecution Service.

After leaving them she set up her own practice which specialised in race equality work.

She has served on the boards of Kirkless Race Equality Council and the "racial justice" committee for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

In other words, she has never had a proper job in her life.




On the 5th of June, 2006, the BBC reported thus:

"In a speech to the CBI in London, Gordon Brown stressed that economic patriotism by European countries means they are failing to create a single market.

He sees the fact that some European countries have blocked recent cross-border corporate takeovers as a sign that such patriotism is growing.

Mr Brown went on to warn that the European Single Market was being undermined by 'economic patriot policies' being pursued by some EU members.

Europe needed to 'wake up to the costs of agricultural protectionism… we have got to prevent the retreat into protectionism,' he said."


In 1791 a centralised banking system, owned and run by private wealth,was imposed upon America.

In Final Warning: A History of the New World Order, David Allen Rivera tells us:

"When Thomas Jefferson became President, he opposed the bank as being unconstitutional, and when the 20 year charter came up for renewal in 1811, it was denied.

Nathan Rothschild, head of the Bank of England… supported the Bank of the United States (and) threatened:

'Either the application for renewal of the Charter is granted, or the United States will find itself in a most disastrous war'; he then ordered British troops to:

'Teach these impudent Americans a lesson. Bring them back to Colonial status.'

This brought on the War of 1812, our second war with England, which facilitated the re-chartering of the Bank of the United States. The war raised our national debt from $45 million to $127 million."


In 1815, Jefferson wrote a letter to James Monroe, who was soon to become the fifth US President, saying:

"The dominion which the banking institutions have obtained over the minds of our citizens...must be broken, or it will break us."

The following year, Jefferson wrote to John Tyler, another future President, and said:

"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation, and then by deflation, the banks and the corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their father's conquered...I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies...

The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the Government, to whom it properly belongs."


Immediately after New Labour election victory in 1997, Gordon Brown ceded responsibility for the setting of interest rates to the Bank of England even though there had been no mention of the plan in Labour’s manifesto.

The 8th of May, 1997 edition of The Spectator told us why:

"Mr Brown’s decision to surrender a power which previous chancellors relied upon abusing was, it seems, planned months ago. It was discussed with Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Bank’s American counterpart, the Federal Reserve, during a recent trip to the United States."


Alan Greenspan, who was knighted in 2002, in recognition of his "contribution to global economic stability," was head of the Federal Reserve in the US from 1987 to 2006.

He, now, acts as an advisor to both the Bank of England and Gordon Brown "on issues relating to global economic change".

He is Jewish.

As was Nathan Rothschild.

As are all of these:

The London Rothschilds; the Berlin Rothschilds; Italy's Israel Sieff; Paris's Lazard Brothers; Germany's Kuhn-Loeb company; Amsterdam's Warburg family; Hamburg's Warburg family; New York's Lehmann Bothers; New York's Goldmann & Sachs company.

Who are described in Peter Kershaw'srevelatory book, Economic Solutions, as being nine of the top ten leading shareholders in the Federal Reserve system.

The tenth shareholder isNew York's Rockefeller family.

Who have been describedas"secret Jews", "hidden Jews", "crypto-Jewish", "part-Jewish" and Marranos in many places onthe world wide web.

So, who would you rather have taking care of your 10-year-old's pocket money?

The top ten at the Fed Res?

Greenspan, Brownand Nathan Rothschild?



Or would you rather have the third President of the United States shepherdinghis worldly wealth?








On21 September 2001, 17 year-old Ross Parker, was murdered in Peterborough.
Ross, who was known as "half-pint" to his friends because he was so small, was making his way home with his girlfriend from the Solstice pub, where he had a part-time job, when, out of the blue, he was attacked by between eight and twelve Asian youths and men and stabbed to death.
Only four of them, Shaied Nazier, Ziaraff Mahrad, Sarfraz Ali and Ahmed Ali Awan were ever brought to court.
Staff at the Solstice pub said that Ross "… was nice-natured. A lovely lad".

His parents said:
"We often go into Ross’ room and just sit ... but in our hearts we know that he’ll never be coming home".
This is what The Peterborough Evening Telegraph had to say on the 6th of January, 2003:
"Ross Parker’s girlfriend Nicola Foot has today spoken for the first time about the night the teenager was murdered in a racist attack… Nicola reveals:
How Ross had squeezed her hand to reassure her as they were confronted by his murderers.
How she fled to get help and heard him scream out as he was attacked.
How she fought to save Ross’s life as he lay in a pool of blood…
On the fateful night they were both due to finish work at 2am, but the pub closed early because it had been a quiet evening. They were due to stay with a friend of Nicola, who lives in Bourges Boulevard, and Nicola suggested they walk there to save money…
They strolled along Broadway, before taking a right onto Westgate and then cutting across the Brewery Tap pub car park and on to the cycle path in Bourges Boulevard…
As they rounded a corner… Nicola heard the chilling words:
‘Better start running’ from someone standing to her right. She said:
‘Ross squeezed my hand to reassure me that everything was going to be all right. He told me to move out of their way and I kept hold of his hand… Just as they got in front of us, one of them sprayed Ross in the face. He put his hand to his eyes and then the person who had sprayed him punched him in the stomach.
That made him double over and then fall over. He pulled his hand away from mine so he could use it to protect himself. I was scared but I just couldn’t comprehend what was going on, so I just stood there in shock.’
Powerless to help and rigid with shock, Nicola stood on the path for what she believes was about 30 seconds before deciding to run for help…
Nicola ran to the nearby Esso garage, on Bourges Boulevard, where she saw two men filling their car. She screamed at them that Ross was getting beaten up by a gang, and one of the men gave her a mobile phone to call police. She said:
‘When I was on the phone at the garage I heard Ross cry out a couple of times. It sounded like he was in pain. I knew he had broken his leg twice before and it was quite weak, so I was a bit concerned that he might end up with a broken leg. That was the worst I thought might happen.’
By chance, she then spotted a police car being driven along Bourges Boulevard by PC Kate Brown. Nicola, now frantic with worry, got into the car and led the officer to where she had left Ross.
Nicola Foot and PC Kate Brown were faced with an horrific sight when they came across Ross Parker’s crumpled body. Nicola said:
‘I went running over to him. I was hysterical. You could tell just by looking that he wasn’t conscious. I checked for a pulse on his neck and couldn’t find one, and assumed I was doing it wrong. I leaned over and tried to listen for breathing or feel his breath on my cheek. I put my hand on his chest, and that’s when I felt the blood on his shirt.’
Then, to her horror, she saw Ross had been stabbed in the neck. PC Brown tried to drag Nicola away, but she insisted on staying. She said:
‘I wanted to stay with him because I still didn’t believe completely that he could be dead I hadn’t been gone that long… There was a policeman stood with me, and I remember saying to him ‘He’s dead, isn’t he?’. He said he didn’t know. I was thinking Ross couldn’t be dead. There were lots of things going through my mind and I was thinking I must tell Leanne (Ross’s sister).
Deep down I knew what was happening, but I dealt with it by acting as if it wasn’t happening to me. It was like an episode of Eastenders and I was watching it. It was as if it had happened to someone else and not myself.’
As detectives arrived, stunned Nicola was taken to Thorpe Wood police station where she was comforted by officers and where several hours later she was told her boyfriend was dead".
When the attack on Ross beganhe was sprayed with mace.

After this he was kicked repeatedly, stabbed three times with an eighteen inch hunting knife and, before his attackers were done, they smashed in his skull with a panel beater’s hammer.

During the trial, Asian immigrant, Ahmed Ali Awan, was variously described as "Mr Big" "the big man", and a "gangster" who had a "fantasy for knives", who thought of himself as "something special".

The court heard that "the big man", whostabbed Ross to "show his superiority as managing director of the gang", had bragged to a fellow inmate of the events of that evening whilst he was being held on remand.

However, thisparticular gangsterwas also apolice informer.
Adeel Rehman, who turned queen’s evidence, said that after the attack, Awan held the murder weapon up to him and said: "cherish the blood". He also told police that Awan owned a collection of Samurai swords, knives and replica guns.
Shaied Nazir, the third of nine children, whose father came to England from Pakistan in 1965, had his first brush with the law in March, 1999, when he was cautioned at King’s Lynn police station for using threatening behaviour.

In court, Sarfraz Ali said that Awan had "wound" him up like a "clock-work mouse" and this was the reason that he had lied to police on Awan’s behalf.

The deputy mayor of Peterborough, Councillor Raja Akhtar, providedAli, whose father plays a major role at a city mosque, with a character reference.

Councillor Mohammed Choudhary added:
"I have always found Sarfraz to be honest and trustworthy and not a troublemaker".

However, the court was told that Ali’s wife had left him in the middle of the trial because she was afraid of him and his family.
Ziaraff Mahrad was found not guilty of murder and freed.
The other members of the gang were never brought to court.
Here is a question for you.
What would you do with the four members of the Asian gang who murdered Ross between the time of their arrest and their trial?
You would hold them on remand, right?
You wouldn’t release them on bail, would you?
Guess what was done?
You couldn’t make it up.
When Ross’s parents, Tony and Davina, realised that those who killed their son were to be released into the community pending their trial, they were so incensed they felt compelled to write to the Home Office and complain.
The Home Office said:
"The decision to release people on bail is entirely up to a judge, and it’s not for the Home Secretary to intervene".


Helen Clark, who was booted out of parliament in 2005 by the Peterborough electorate, was the only MP who ever raised the question of Ross Parker’s death in Parliament.
However, she never told the House that the men who murdered him were Asian. She also told the House that Ross was murdered "by three young men", when in fact he was attacked by an eight-strong gang and, for those who might be aware of the racist nature of Ross’s murder, she couldn’t resist attaching an on-message platitude to the end of her commiserations when she posed the question:
"Will Ministers also join me in congratulating the Peterborough community in general, the police and the Jack Hunt school led by Chris Hilliard, where Ross was a student, on the tremendous way in which they have worked together to overcome the divisive effects of that tragic incident?"
The sentiment in this last statement is very interesting.

She is commending the various organisations cited for playing down Ross’s murder in order that as little outrage as possible be communicated to the wider community. However, Clark has no such inhibitions herself when it comes to expressing outrage in Parliament on behalf of the immigrant community.
Check this out:
Helen Clark voted to decriminalise cannabis usage and possession.

She also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be ‘racially’ or ‘religiously’ aggravated.

She signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza. This EDM implied that the British system was to blame, whereas both boys were murdered by gangs of first and second-generation immigrant teenagers.
She also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel. The police are not so surethat Ricky's death was "suspicous". They believe hefell into the Thames whilst urinating.

Clark alsosigned another noting the death of black man, Roger Sylvester, who died in custody and two EDMs sympathisng with another black man, Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.
She has also spoken extensively about Rocky Bennett’s case in the House of Commons.
She signed another EDM sympathising with black men, Shiji Lapite, Ibrahim Sey and Brian Douglas.
She also signed an EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.
She also signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu but, since New Labour came to power in 1997, sheneversaw fit to signan EDM which named any of the 80 or so other police officers of ethnic British origin who were killed, some by immigrants,in the line of duty.

She also signeda good manyEarly Day Motions specifically sympathetic to asylum seekers and immigrants but she did not signan EDM, critical of Abdullah Azad of the Welfare Centre, Manchester, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.
Shealso mentioned the phrase "institutional racism" several times on the floor of the House.

She also signed five EDMs sympathising with the death of Stephen Lawrence.

However, Clark never thought fit to sign an EDM commemorating her constituent, Ross Parker.

And shenever called for the Asians who murdered him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime they committed.

As you can see, in complete contrast with the way she thought news of the circumstances of Ross’s death ought to be handled, whilst she was an MP, Clarkwas at pains to broadcast as damning a picture as possible of thenative, white"racist" inhabitants of this country.

Indeed, if youhad only Clark's parliamentary contributions to go on, you could be forgiven for believing that the British people hadbehaved withroutine brutishness towards the lovely, fluffy foreigners, over the last fifty years or so. Whereas, of course, theimmigrant hadalways shown the host population due deference, respect and good fellowship.

Like they did on 7/7.

Like they do within the Rape and Murder sections at this website.
Helen Clark doesn't demonstrate toomuch concern for the possible "divisive effects"that her constantcriticism of the indigenous, white population might cause, does she?

Ms Clark doesn't seem to be all that interested in playing down the deaths of the non-white people featured in the EDMs she signed. She doesn't seem to be interested in hushing these things up to "work together to overcome" the possible "diversive effects" of these "tragic" incidents.

Do you never wonder why so many British parliamentarians seem to be entirely happy to stoke up resentment in the heart of the immigrant against the indigenous population, when there is the slightest hint of a White on Black crime, and yet their response to Black on White aggression is precisely the opposite?
Helen Clark is not the least bit unusual in this regard.

Stephen Lawrence has been mentioned over a thousand times in the Houses of Parliament and almost 350 backbench MPs have signed at least one of thethirteen Early Day Motions commemorating his death.
Once upon a time such anti-British behaviour would have been described as treason and the traitor who committed that treason would have been executed.
Nowadays, he who would try to alert the general public to the actual state of affairs in this country is the enemy and such a man can be criminalised and imprisoned for seven years under existing legislation.
Simply for telling the truth.

It is interesting to note that those who signed the EDM which mentions Zahid Mubarek are not shy of revealing the name of the white "racist" who killed him.
This contrasts markedly with the fact that, of all of those many hundreds of British people whose lives have been ended violently by foreigners since Stephen Lawrence’s death, I have only ever come acrossa couple whose alien status was acknowledged by an MP in Parliament and none have ever been cited in any EDM introduced since Tony Blair became Prime Minister.

John Denham, New Labour MP for Southampton Itchen, also mentioned Ross Parker in the House of Commons.

He, as with Helen Clark, applauded those who saw to it that news of Ross’s death was hushed up. Thus:
"I pay tribute to Ross’s parents for their clear commitment to ensuring that that tragic event should not prove to be a divisive event in Peterborough… A huge effort has been made in Peterborough to prevent that event from being even more damaging".

No other MP has ever mentioned Ross Parker in the House of Commons, none of them ever signed an EDM commemorating him and no MP ever called for the Asians who murdered him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime they committed.
This is Ross:




This is Ahmed Ali Awan,Ziaraff Mahrad,Shaied Nazir andSarfraz Ali, the animals that killed him:




For those who are interested, here is a little more of the low-down on Helen Clark:

She signed about 40 EDMs which mentioned the words ‘cruel’ and/or ‘cruelty’ with reference to the treatment of animals since New Labour came to power.

She signed just 4 which mentioned the words ‘cruel’ and/or ‘cruelty’ with reference to the treatment of children.

Shesigned an EDM recognising "the State of Israel on its 50th Anniversary" and applauding Israel as "a vibrant, diverse and democratic society" and applauding "its achievements in 50 years".
However, she did not sign an EDM which condemned the Israeli Army for the deliberate shooting of 21-year-old Englishman, Tom Hurndall, "whilst helping Palestinian children escape gunfire from an Israeli army watchtower".
Nor did she sign an EDM mentioning the deliberate killing "of Iain Hook, a UN worker, by the Israeli army… and the shooting of Caoimhe Butterly", who is Irish.
Clark voted on two occasions to lower the homosexual age of consent to 16 andvoted to repeal Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality.
She also voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples andvoted against an amendment which would have allowed parents a greater say over the content of sex education in the schools that their children attend.
She also signed an EDM welcoming the appointment of the homosexual Jeffrey John as the Bishop of Reading, hoping thereby that "the Church of England be inspired by Canon John and move forward to a tolerant and inclusive 21st century."
She voted for the establishment of Foundation hospitals in all four of the most important Commons divisions.
Of the many EDMs, (and their amendments) introduced since New Labour came to power, which were explicitly or implicitly critical of the Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe, Clark signed none of them.
Here are someof the otherEDMs Clark did not bother to sign whicha decent personwould have done:
"This House notes that Labour councillor, Lorraine Monk, elected in May 1998, resigned her seat due to a police investigation, following allegations of her being fraudulently entered on the electoral register; regrets the fact that the police terminated their investigations when Councillor Monk resigned; and calls upon Special Branch to re-open the investigation to ensure that any electoral fraud is firmly dealt with".
Lorraine Monk is black.
"This House condemns the Saatchi Gallery’s I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children and supports the campaign led by the News of the World newspaper, parents and police chiefs to highlight the dangers that this ‘art exhibition’ has to the well being and safety of children in this country; deplores reports that the FreshPetals paedophile website has directed its visitors to the BBC News website to view the pictures online; and believes that as child welfare issues and the real dangers posed by paedophiles to children in this country have never been greater an ‘exhibition’ of this nature is unacceptable and should be closed".
Lord Saatchi is Jewish.
"This House deplores the acceptance by New Labour of a £100,000 donation from porn publisher Mr Richard Desmond; believes it is no coincidence that this followed Government approval for Mr Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers; notes with surprise and disappointment the remarks by the honourable Member for Hamilton North & Bellshill that New Labour does not exercise 'moral judgement' over prospective donors; believes that Mr Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and further notes the academic research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Richard Desmond and return this donation."
What the MPs who signed the above EDM dared not mention was the fact that Desmond is Jewish.

Jews are enormously over-represented at all levels in the British media, from outright ownership to hack journalist. For Tony Blair to allow Jewish control of the British media to be further augmented by such a dreadful sleaze as Desmond is as corrupt and despicable a governmental decision as can be imagined.
Clark did not sign this EDM either:

"This House notes with regret the decision of the BBC to cut the sung version of Rule Britannia from its programme for the Last Night of the Proms; and calls upon the BBC to reconsider its decision".

The conductor who decided to cut the favourite moment of most of those who frequent the Promenade Concerts from that years programme was Leonard Slatkin.

Slatkin is an American Jew.

Nor did Clarksign this EDM:

"This House recognises that the Barnett Formula was instituted as a temporary measure to offset calls for devolution under the Callaghan government… it remains unfair and to the detriment of the English regions and to the advantage of Scotland and Wales; and ought to be replaced forthwith by a fairer distribution of funds throughout the United Kingdom".
Lord Barnett, who figured out this anti-English formula, is Jewish.

Nor didClark sign these EDMs:
"This House notes the conclusions of the latest independent inquiry into the Government’s handling of the foot and mouth crisis which accuses ministers of ‘ineptitude’, unpardonable delays in decision making’ and ‘massive dereliction of duty’; and believes that the Government’s devastating mixture of confusion, incompetence and incoherence is damaging the interests of farmers throughout the United Kingdom".

"This House looks forward to celebrating St. George’s Day on 23rd April; notes that England’s Patron Saint Day is an ideal opportunity for all English people to celebrate their country’s heritage and traditions".

"This House expresses its grave concern that Brendon Fearon, one of the burglars who broke into Tony Martin’s house, is now suing for civil damages in respect of the injuries that he sustained during his criminal acts, including his loss of sexual enjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; expresses further concern that Brendon Fearon’s case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board despite the willingness of his solicitor to take the case on a no win-no fee contingency basis; urges the Government to look urgently at changing the law so that criminals who break into properties leave all their civil rights outside that property; urges the Government to reform the rules governing legal aid so that it cannot be claimed in such cases; and further urges the Government to note that 83 per cent of those surveyed by the Freedom Association believe that an intruder should have no case against a homeowner who takes direct action against them".
Brendon Fearon is a Gypsy.

Clark did not sign any of the followingreasonable EDMs either:

"This House notes that the proposed EU Constitution in its current form would fundamentally alter the relationship between the EU and its member states; and therefore calls upon the Government to hold a referendum before ratification of such a constitution can take place".
"Around one in 10 sexually active young women are currently infected with chlamydia… Syphilis rates have increased by 500 per cent. in the last six years… gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period… National Health Service sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand…

"The Health Select Committee’s report on sexual health and its assessment that the present sexual health crisis has resulted from inadequate political pressure and leadership over recent years… insufficient central guidance emphasising the importance of sexual health and a severe lack of performance management… The Committee’s recommendation urging a strong commitment to making sexual health a priority and to improving the way in which young people are educated about relationships and sex in order to prevent the situation confronting the next generation of young people from becoming worse still".
"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate; notes that the Brazilian Amazon covers 5.2 million square kilometres, more than 60 per cent. of the country; further notes that the Brazilian Amazon contains about a third of the world’s rainforest and 30 per cent. of the world’s biodiversity; expresses concern that the number of trees felled in the Amazon region has risen by 40 per cent. in the past year with almost 10,000 square miles of virgin rainforest being cut down; deplores the fact that the Government is cutting its programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq; warns that this will have a detrimental effect on the global environment and the lives of the indigenous Amazonian people; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its decision".
"This House regrets that the European Commission has floated the idea of abolishing the Made in Britain label in order to replace it with a label saying Made in Europe".
"This House notes… the statement from Dr Edward Green, that… ‘having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics’; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote ‘abstinence and faithfulness’ which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that ‘increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence’ and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men ‘remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV’; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases".
"This House notes the alarming rate of CFC leakage from end-of-life fridges; recognises the hugely detrimental effect of these gases on the environment; deplores the Government’s inability to provide figures for the quantity of CFCs recovered from these fridges; notes that figures from Wales suggest a leakage rate of over 50 per cent.; and calls on the Government to publish figures for the whole of the UK as soon as possible, and to take action to reduce the rate of leakage as soon as possible".
"This House is disappointed to note that there are no laws ensuring that newsagents only display and sell adult titles from a top shelf out of reach of minors; and… urges the Government to consider introducing such a law as soon as reasonably practicable".
"The excellent work carried out by the Royal British Legion through the Poppy Appeal; acknowledges the importance of the Poppy Appeal in recognising the sacrifice made by million of people who lost their lives during war on our behalf… and calls on everyone to support the Poppy Appeal in remembering the sacrifices that have been made".

So, what do think, England?

Is this MP on your side?

Or someone else's entirely?

Perhaps this will help you make up your mind.

Helen Clark is seen in the video that the following link will take you to, drunk, self-pityiing, hysterical and abusive.


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve_63FTN_GUO

One or twoof you may feel sorry for her.

I don't.

The information published above demontrates that she has betrayed the British people at the highest level.Whilst she was a parliamentarian, Helen Clark, routinely, put the foreigner before the indigenous Briton.

I find her behaviour in the video just as one might expect from someone so deeply uncaring of the welfare of the people of these islands.

After losing her Peterborough seatin the 2005 General Election, the New Labour MP pictured belowdefected to the Tories.








On the 27th of January, 2006, the BBC ran an article titled:

Met Commissioner accuses media of "institutional racism".

This is it:

"Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair has accused the media of 'institutional racism' over the way it reports killings. He cited the cases of two London men, one Asian and one white, who died on the same day.

But newspapers have argued against this saying the actual number of stories printed on the two victims were similar.

Peter Horrocks, head of the BBC's television news, said he did not see a racist slant in coverage of the murders but a wider range of killings needed to be considered to find any pattern.

The BBC News website wrote seven articles on Tom ap Rhys Pryce and four on Balbir Matharu."


I can't begin to tell you how monumentally perverse Blair's accusation is.


Anthony Walker, who was black, and Richard Whelan, who was white, were murdered on the same day in July, 2005. Since then thousands of inches of newsprint and many, many hours of TV time has been devoted to Anthony. Why? Because the killers of this black youth were white.

Richard, on the other hand, was a white man who was killed gratuitously by a black man and, though this dreadful incident was fairly commented upon in London, compared to Anthony, his death must have been drawn to the public's attention at least 20 times less in the British media as a whole.

Ian Blair has never mentioned this media disparity.

If you would care to take a look at an in depth commentary upon the killings of Anthony Walker and Richard Whelan, go here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?page=7&iCategoryId=217&iParentId=209


Then we have Stephen Lawrence.

His death, allegedly at the hands of a white gang, has been mentioned more times in the British media than all of those many hundreds of white, British people, who have perished at the hands of first and second-generation immigrants since Stephen died, added together.

Ian Blair has never commented upon this grotesque misrepresentation of white/black violence in this country, other than to applaud the status quo.


Then there are Damilola Taylor and Zahid Mubarek and many, many others whose names and faces the media and the politicians have ensured we do not forget.

Most of the white victims of black crime in this country go unnoticed because of governmental and media cover-up and yet we still have a New World Orderwagtail at the top of the cop shop in Britain doing his best to pretend the minorities are the ones who are suffering disproportionately because of "institutional racism".

As for the Soham murders, it must be obvious to all but the most brainwashed lemming as to why this dreadful crime occupied the attention of the media for so long.

Ian Huntley, the pervert who murdered Jessica and Holly was a creepy, white pervert.

If he'd been a creepy black or Asian pervert, do you think the case would have received the attention that it did?

Of course it wouldn't.

Here is the bottom line.

If the murder of Asians and Blacks in this country was reported in all its gory detail, the multicultural, "immigrants are wonderful and necessary" project would be in deep, deep trouble. The British people would be able to see, close up, how murderous, nasty and unlike us so many of them are, because almost all of the killing of Asians and Blacks is done, wouldn't you just know it, by Asians and Blacks.

It would be much more difficult for Tony Blair and co. to insist that mass immigration is a good thing if the general public was properly informed as to the true levels of of immigrant brutality and violence in this country.

I don't know what Ian Blair is up to.

If he's trying to pile yet another layer of "institutionally racist" shame on top of the British people by attacking those who have been complicit, along with the politicians, the judiciary and the police themselves, in keeping the truth hidden, he must be stark, raving bonkers. If he upsets the press, the unholy alliance that has maintained this vast deceit might fracture and some members of the "insititutionally racist" media might just give jobsworth number one precisely what he seems to be asking for.

"In all its gory detail".

And if that happens, the British people get to see just how profoundlyNew Word Order boyslike Ian Blair have betrayed them.

This is PC jobsworth number one:







This is John Austin:




One of the simplest ways one can gain an insight into the attitudes and beliefs of our parliamentarians is to study their use of the Early Day Motion.
The Early Day Motion is a device which provides publicity for and draws attention to the most heartfelt views and causes to which individual Members of Parliament adhere, and, depending upon the number of signatures attached to the member’s EDM, can demonstrate the extent of support for such views and causes among back bench MPs. If such support is demonstrably strong, pressure can then be applied to the government to make time for a debate on the particular subject discussed in the EDM.
As such, the EDM is a great way to determine what Westminster’s lesser lights really feel and think and an analysis of the EDMs an individual member of parliament tables, signs and doesn’t sign, is just about the most effective way to determine if an MP is really going to do what he promised at the hustings and represent the views and concerns of the ordinary voter in parliament.
Or whether, once he has been elected, the MP in question is more likely to undermine those views and concerns.
Bearing this in mind:

As of the end of February, 2005, John Austin, New Labour MP for Erith and Thamesmead, had signed a shade less than 40 EDMs, since New Labour came to power, sympathising with the plight of asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants and the like.
As of September, 2004, Austin had signed more than 50 EDMs since New Labour came to power, concerned with the situation of foreigners or non-indigenous Britons imprisoned overseas etc.
He had signed just 4 EDMs concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.
Austin did not sign the following EDMs:

On the 31st of January, 2002, he did not sign an EDM which stated:
"This House notes the recent widespread reporting of the use of torture in Saudi Arabian jails, particularly against a number of British nationals accused of participation in bombings in Saudi Arabia".
On the 14th On the 31st of January, 2002, he did not sign an EDM which stated:
"This House notes with extreme concern reports that the authorities in Indonesia have subjected British academic, Doctor Lesley McCulloch, to beatings, sexual harassment and long interrogations while in custody on suspicion of visa violations; and calls on Her Majesty's Government to do all that it can to bring about improvements in the conditions under which she is being held and to secure her release from custody".
Nor did he sign an EDM introduced on the 14th of January, 2002, which said:
"This House notes with concern the situation of James Andrew McLintock, who was arrested in Pakistan on Christmas Eve; notes that no official information has been received as to why he was arrested, where he is being held and on what, if any, charges he is being held; and calls upon the Government to make urgent and strong representations to the government of Pakistan for information on these points ."

Grotesquely, Austin was prepared to sign a 17th of November, 1999, EDM, appealing for clemency for the convicted drug-courier Sandra Gregory.
To whit:
"Sandra Gregory, who pleaded guilty in 1993 to trying to export 88 grams of heroin and was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment, which was subsequently reduced in a royal amnesty to 21 years and 10 and a half months, who served three years of her sentence in Bangkok, and continues to be held in a high security prison in the United Kingdom where there is growing support for her release on the grounds that she was a first time offender not a drugs baron; deeply regrets her offence and wishes to warn others of the dangers of drugs… is a model prisoner who presents no threat to society and has secured widespread public support, including politicians of all parties, all the major churches and national, regional and local media, all factors in mitigation of the offence that would certainly commend themselves to the Thai authorities, especially if the case for clemency were endorsed by the British Government".
Austin voted to downgrade the illegality of cannabis and also signed an EDM suggesting that this be done.
However, on the 31st of March, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:
"Men who smoke cannabis could be damaging their fertility, research carried out by Queen’s University Belfast has suggested. The study by the university’s Reproductive Medicine Research Group examined the direct effects on sperm function of THC, the active ingredient in cannabis.
The group found that THC made sperm less likely to reach the egg to fertilise it.
They also discovered that the presence of cannabis impaired another crucial function of sperm - the ability to digest the egg’s protective coat with enzymes to aid its penetration.
The government reclassified cannabis to a class C drug in January, putting it on a par with tranquilisers.
Dr Sheena Lewis, from the university’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, said…
‘The need to determine its effects on male fertility is even greater, so that men can make an informed choice about smoking the drug based on its risks to their health’…
The idea for the study came after researchers looking at the lifestyle habits of infertile men noticed that many men attending infertility clinics at Belfast’s Royal Maternity Hospital were regular cannabis users.
Dr Lewis told delegates at the British Fertility Society’s annual meeting in Cheltenham that recent experiments… suggested that cannabis may be a major cause of infertility…
One in six couples in the UK are affected by infertility, with 40% of these cases due to problems with sperm… Dr Lewis said:
‘These experiments on human sperm tell the same story… It is estimated that 3.2m people in Britain smoke cannabis, and that figure may now increase. Add the two together and we may find that the use of recreational drugs will exacerbate male fertility problems’".
On the 24th of January, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:
"Former drugs czar Keith Hellawell has said reclassifying cannabis could ‘encourage’ young people to use drugs. Mr. Hellawell said he believed Home Secretary David Blunkett would ‘live to regret’ downgrading cannabis from a class B to a class C drug next week. He said…
‘Why change it, why cause a problem, why cause confusion, and why, I am sad to say, encourage in some respect greater drug taking, particularly by young people, who don’t know where they stand’.…
The move would ‘do this generation and the future generation an enormous disservice’, he said…
‘…every medical institution is saying ‘we are worried about the dangers, we don’t know sufficient about it, and we believe the dangers are even greater than we perceive them to be at the moment’’.
Doctors have warned cannabis has been linked to greater risk of heart disease, lung cancer, bronchitis and emphysema, as well as mental health problems".
Let me reiterate:
"Doctors have warned cannabis has been linked to greater risk of heart disease, lung cancer, bronchitis and emphysema, as well as mental health problems".
"Every medical institution is saying ‘we are worried about the dangers… and we believe the dangers are even greater than we perceive them to be at the moment".
"Men who smoke cannabis could be damaging their fertility".
In 2004, two EDMs were introduced which were concerned with the plight of Czech "Roma".
One of these stated:
"This House notes that news stories, featured in the Daily Express in particular, concerning large numbers of Roma arriving in the UK from EU accession countries have been characterised by the Minister of State for Europe as a ‘rancid hate campaign’… deplores attempts to incite racial hatred against one of the poorest and more marginalised communities in Europe; and urges the Government to make clear its abhorrence and take measures to address this deep-seated prejudice".
Which is code for "send us all your gypsies".
Two EDMs were introduced since New Labour came to power, suggesting that the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.
Austin signed one of these.
He also signed another EDM suggested that a statue of Mary Seacole, a black woman who made her way to the Crimea in order to minister to the troops during the mid-nineteenth century war, might be placed atop the same plinth.
However, he did not care to sign another EDM which suggested that a statue of "the Manual Working Class" ought to be erected on the same spot.
From the time New Labour came to power in 1997 up to February, 2005, John Austin signed more than 40 EDMs which mentioned the words "cruel" and/or "cruelty" with reference to the treatment of animals.
However, when it came to signing EDMs which mentioned the words ‘cruel’ and/or ‘cruelty’ with reference to the treatment of children, Austin, Davis and Corbyn signed just 4 of these EDMs.
For example, he did not sign the following EDM, introduced on the 26th of November, 2003:
"This House is concerned that over 200 children under the age of two are killed or seriously injured each year by their parents or carers, but that only approximately a quarter of these cases are followed by successful prosecutions and then not for murder or manslaughter, but for lesser offences such as cruelty, which carry only a light sentence; notes that the main reason for this failure is joint enterprise, meaning that it is not possible to prove which member of a couple was responsible, leading to the failure of the attempt to prosecute for more serious charges; and calls on the Government to incorporate in legislation at the earliest opportunity measures to facilitate successful prosecution of those responsible for killing small children on charges which reflect the gravity of the act".

John Austin voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and signed almost all of the EDMs introduced since New Labour came to power, which signalled abhorrence of the practice.
However, he did not sign a November, 2003, EDM which criticised "the profound suffering caused to many millions of animals every year by slaughter without prestunning".
This EDM informed MPs that over 90% of animals slaughtered for consumption by the Muslim community are now prestunned, which implies that the majority of the cruelty associated with ritual slaughter in the UK, now occurs because of the custom and practice of Jewish orthodoxy.
Austin signed several of the Early Day Motions which eulogised and commended "Holocaust Memorial Day".
However, he did not sign an EDM which acknowledged that:
"In 1932-33 the Soviet regime under Stalin employed genocide to destroy opposition in Ukraine… seven million Ukrainians were starved to death as a result… the United Kingdom Government was aware of the scale of genocide and famine in Ukraine in 1932-33, yet chose to remain silent on the issue… information about the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33 was suppressed, distorted, or wiped out by the Soviet authorities… presses (the government) to direct a comprehensive review of the UK National Curriculum in schools in all matters concerning the Stalin era, especially with regard to the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33… the forced famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine was an act of genocide against the Ukrainian nation".
What those MPs who were decent enough to sign the above EDM dared not tell the British people was that the man most responsible for the Ukranian genocide, Lazar Kaganovich, was a Jew.
Austin did not sign the EDM which condemned the Israeli Army for the deliberate shooting of Tom Hurndall either.

In March, 2001, Austin did NOT sign this EDM:
"This House condemns the Saatchi Gallery’s I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children and supports the campaign led by the News of the World newspaper, parents and police chiefs to highlight the dangers that this ‘art exhibition’ has to the well being and safety of children in this country; deplores reports that the FreshPetals paedophile website has directed its visitors to the BBC News website to view the pictures online; and believes that as child welfare issues and the real dangers posed by paedophiles to children in this country have never been greater an ‘exhibition’ of this nature is unacceptable and should be closed".
Lord Saatchi is Jewish.
In July, 2002, he did NOT sign this EDM either:
"This House notes with regret the decision of the BBC to cut the sung version of Rule Britannia from its programme for the Last Night of the Proms; and calls upon the BBC to reconsider its decision".
The conductor who decided to cut the favourite moment of most of those who frequent the Promenade Concerts from that years programme was Leonard Slatkin.

Slatkin is an American Jew.
In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House recognises that the Barnett Formula was instituted as a temporary measure to offset calls for devolution under the Callaghan government… it remains unfair and to the detriment of the English regions and to the advantage of Scotland and Wales; and ought to be replaced forthwith by a fairer distribution of funds throughout the United Kingdom".
Lord Barnett, who figured out this anti-English formula, is Jewish.

In May, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House deplores the acceptance by New Labour of a £100,000 donation from porn publisher Mr Richard Desmond; believes it is no coincidence that this followed Government approval for Mr Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers; notes with surprise and disappointment the remarks by the honourable Member for Hamilton North & Bellshill that New Labour does not exercise 'moral judgement' over prospective donors; believes that Mr Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and further notes the academic research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Richard Desmond and return this donation."
Richard Desmond is Jewish.
Austin signed most of the EDMs which sympathised with the 5,000 or so individuals in Britain who were:
"… born with the wrong gender", stating that "we have to approach their circumstances with compassion and care", which looked forward to "legal recognition for trans-men and trans-women" being "enshrined in British law".
Austin voted to lower the age of consent for homosexual sex to 16.
He also voted to repeal Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality. He also voted to allow homosexual couples to ‘marry’ if they wish and voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples.
However, he did not sign the January, 2004, EDM which stated:
"This House notes… the statement from Dr Edward Green, that… ‘having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics’; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote ‘abstinence and faithfulness’ which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that ‘increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence’ and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men ‘remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV’; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases; further notes that the sexually transmitted infections epidemic has followed the intense promotion of free contraceptives and the morning-after pill among teenagers; further notes and congratulates the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health for her admission at Oral Questions on 20th January, Official Report, column 1206, that ‘the best way to avoid STDs is to abstain from sexual activity’; and calls on the Government to follow the Ugandan example in promoting abstinence and faithfulness among the young in its teenage pregnancy strategy".
Nor did she sign the November, 2003, EDM which stated:
"Around one in 10 sexually active young women are currently infected with chlamydia… syphilis rates have increased by 500 per cent. in the last six years… gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period… National Health Service sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand… the Health Select Committee’s report on sexual health and its assessment that the present sexual health crisis has resulted from inadequate political pressure and leadership over recent years… insufficient central guidance emphasising the importance of sexual health and a severe lack of performance management… the Committee’s recommendation urging a strong commitment to making sexual health a priority and to improving the way in which young people are educated about relationships and sex in order to prevent the situation confronting the next generation of young people from becoming worse still".
Austin signed all 6 of the EDMs which called for the Church of England to be disestablished, such that it would no longer be considered as the national church of England.
Austin introduced 5 of these EDMs himself.
He also signed most of the Early Day Motions sympathetic to Irish Catholic causes.
In March, 2004, Austin signed an EDM which stated that:
"This House notes that the 60,000 sentenced prisoners in England and Wales are barred from voting under the Forfeiture Act 1870… is concerned that it impedes the rehabilitative objectives of the Prison Service by failing to encourage prisoners to be active responsible citizens on release; notes, in particular, that the Government has embarked on an ambitious programme of civic renewal to improve community cohesion and… undermines this agenda by excluding those who are already on the margins of society… therefore calls upon Her Majesty’s Government to review the merits of the ban".
In other words, let the murderers, rapists, pimps, child-molesters and drug dealers vote because lovely, fluffy folk them are more likely to vote for lovely, fluffy chaps like Austin than the decent citizen is.
Now, let’s take a look at a few more EDMs this prolific EDM-signer did not bother to sign which I, and, I'm sure, most of you, would have done..

In July, 1999, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House notes that Labour councillor, Lorraine Monk, elected in May 1998, resigned her seat due to a police investigation, following allegations of her being fraudulently entered on the electoral register; regrets the fact that the police terminated their investigations when Councillor Monk resigned; and calls upon Special Branch to re-open the investigation to ensure that any electoral fraud is firmly dealt with".
Lorraine Monk is black.
In October, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"The excellent work carried out by the Royal British Legion through the Poppy Appeal; acknowledges the importance of the Poppy Appeal in recognising the sacrifice made by million of people who lost their lives during war on our behalf… and calls on everyone to support the Poppy Appeal in remembering the sacrifices that have been made".
In November, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House notes the conclusions of the latest independent inquiry into the Government’s handling of the foot and mouth crisis which accuses ministers of ‘ineptitude’, unpardonable delays in decision making’ and ‘massive dereliction of duty’; and believes that the Government’s devastating mixture of confusion, incompetence and incoherence is damaging the interests of farmers throughout the United Kingdom".
In April, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House looks forward to celebrating St. George’s Day on 23rd April; notes that England’s Patron Saint Day is an ideal opportunity for all English people to celebrate their country’s heritage and traditions".
In July, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House expresses its grave concern that Brendon Fearon, one of the burglars who broke into Tony Martin’s house, is now suing for civil damages in respect of the injuries that he sustained during his criminal acts, including his loss of sexual enjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; expresses further concern that Brendon Fearon’s case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board despite the willingness of his solicitor to take the case on a no win-no fee contingency basis; urges the Government to look urgently at changing the law so that criminals who break into properties leave all their civil rights outside that property; urges the Government to reform the rules governing legal aid so that it cannot be claimed in such cases; and further urges the Government to note that 83 per cent of those surveyed by the Freedom Association believe that an intruder should have no case against a homeowner who takes direct action against them".

Fearon is a Gypsy.
In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House notes that the proposed EU Constitution in its current form would fundamentally alter the relationship between the EU and its member states; and therefore calls upon the Government to hold a referendum before ratification of such a constitution can take place".
In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House expresses its deep concern at the deteriorating situation in Zimbabwe; further notes with concern that the policy of quiet diplomacy has failed and that human rights abuses now abound in that country".
In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate; notes that the Brazilian Amazon covers 5.2 million square kilometres, more than 60 per cent. of the country; further notes that the Brazilian Amazon contains about a third of the world’s rainforest and 30 per cent. of the world’s biodiversity; expresses concern that the number of trees felled in the Amazon region has risen by 40 per cent. in the past year with almost 10,000 square miles of virgin rainforest being cut down; deplores the fact that the Government is cutting its programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq; warns that this will have a detrimental effect on the global environment and the lives of the indigenous Amazonian people; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its decision".
In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House regrets that the European Commission has floated the idea of abolishing the Made in Britain label in order to replace it with a label saying Made in Europe".
In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House notes the alarming rate of CFC leakage from end-of-life fridges; recognises the hugely detrimental effect of these gases on the environment; deplores the Government’s inability to provide figures for the quantity of CFCs recovered from these fridges; notes that figures from Wales suggest a leakage rate of over 50 per cent.; and calls on the Government to publish figures for the whole of the UK as soon as possible, and to take action to reduce the rate of leakage as soon as possible".
In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House… supports the stance taken by sacked GCHQ employee Katharine Gun in exposing spying on the UN missions of six countries, as part of the failed US/UK effort to secure a resolution authorising war in Iraq, which is illegal under… the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations; believes that it is a charge of the utmost seriousness that agencies acting under the instruction and authority of the UK Government engaged in unlawful wiretapping of the Secretary-General of the United Nations; and calls on the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate those who carried out and instructed these illegal activities".
In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House notes the Government’s recent announcement of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emission levels in 2003; is extremely disappointed to note that carbon emissions have increased by 1.5 per cent. since 2002; further notes that in 1997, 152.9 million tonnes of carbon were emitted and 152.5 million tonnes were emitted in 2003; and therefore calls on the Government to explain why, despite so much being said by the Government on this subject, so little has been done to reduce this figure further".
In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:
"This House is disappointed to note that there are no laws ensuring that newsagents only display and sell adult titles from a top shelf out of reach of minors; and… urges the Government to consider introducing such a law as soon as reasonably practicable".
On the 20th August, 2001, 20-year-old Clare Drummond was murdered in Plumstead, South London.


Clare, a horticultural student, worked with Rafael Lopez a former boyfriend, at the Fleet Cars mini-cab office in Edmonton, at the weekends. Lopez and Clare had spent the day in Kent and had then gone back to his flat.
During the evening, they got into an argument, as a result of which 45-year-old Lopez strangled her, tied her hands and feet together, wrapped her body in a bed sheet and stuffed it under the bed.
At his trial, the court heard that a row broke out over Clare’s relationship with a gentleman by the name of Rabih Malaki.

Prosecutor, Peter Kyte QC, said:
"A neighbour heard a high-pitched woman’s scream coming from upstairs. It went on and on, it was interspersed with loud thumping noises. At the end of the loudest thump of the lot, the whole floor shook and the screaming instantaneously stopped".
The following day Lopez collected Miss Drummond’s wages.
For two weeks, Lopez tried to ignore Clare’s body and set about getting a passport to visit his mother in Spain but on the day he was due to fly out to see her, he was arrested.
In court Lopez denied murder. He said he had been depressed as his mother was ill.
He told police:
"I have been under a lot of pressure... All of a sudden, I just went mad and I just strangled her".
Now that’s what I call an entirely reasonable explanation.
Here’s another:

Rafael Lopez andRabih Malaki.
Rabih might be a very nice chap.
However, once upon a time a lovely, young girl named Clare thought a Spanish twat old enough to be her dad was a very nice chap too.
Now she’s dead.
Wake up, you Clares.

John Austin voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis and had, previously, signed most of the Early Day Motions advocating this.
He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".
He also mentioned Rolan Adams and Orville Blair, who were black and Rohit Duggal, who was Asian, in Parliament and has used the phrase "institutionalised racism" several times.
He also mentioned Kenneth Severin 6 times, Alton Manning twice and Dennis Stephens, who were all black and died in prison.
He also signed two EDMs noting the death of Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.
He signed another EDM noting the death of Roger Sylvester and several condemning the police and sympathising with Shiji Lapite, Ibrahim Sey and Brian Douglas.
He also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel.
He also signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.
He also signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu, however, since New Labour came to power in 1997, Austin has never signed an EDM which named any of the 80 or so police officers of ethnic British origin who were killed in the line of duty.
Austin also voted to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.
Since New Labour came to power, Austin has also signed more than 40 Early Day Motions specifically sympathetic to asylum seekers and immigrants.
Austin also signed an EDM sympathising with Satpal Ram who, when drunk, murdered an unarmed Englishman who was minding his own business.

Although Austin is to be congratulated for daring to mention in the House of Commons the rape of Palestinian women by the Israeli Defence Forces, he has never mentioned the mass rape of British womankind by black and Asian men over the past several decades.
Nor has Austin, a London MP, ever brought to light the facts quoted in the following Evening Standard article of the 14th of January, 2004:
"A hard core of violent muggers is behind a surge in gang rapes in London… there has been one group sex attack for every day of the last year. Two thirds of the suspects had convictions for theft and robbery and half had been involved in street crime in the last 12 months. The study found a disproportionately high number of black and Asian men were involved in the attacks. Around 49 per cent of suspects were described as Afro-Caribbean and 13 per cent as Indian or Pakistani… White women accounted for 59 per cent of the victims".

Austin also mentioned Stephen Lawrence in Parliament and signed12 out of the13 EDMs commemorating him.
He alsovoted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be ‘racially’ or ‘religiously’ aggravated.
However, he has never mentioned the death of Clare Drummond in his own constituency, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating her, or called for the man who murdered her to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime he committed.




On the 29th of March, 1999, John Austin said the following in the Commons:
"The Macpherson report has identified colossal and unbelievable incompetence on the part of the Metropolitan Police… which clearly must be dealt with. However, those failings should not deflect our attention from the need to tackle the insidious evil of racism… in society as a whole..
The Police Federation’s briefing to hon. Members… declines to accept the report’s definition of institutional racism…
When the institution in which we operate is racist, we have a choice consciously to challenge that racism and that discrimination…
In our part of south London, we have had more than our fair share of racist murders and attacks. I live a few hundred yards from the spot on which Rolan Adams was murdered; I used to live a street away from the Lawrence’s family home. Rohit Dugal was brutally slain near the spot where Stephen Lawrence died… racism is an issue that affects us all.
Racism is an issue across London, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield and Leeds. It is also an issue in Harrogate, Cheltenham, Tunbridge Wells, Sutton Coldfield, Folkestone and Hythe, Ryedale, and, yes, in Penrith…
In May, 1993, a month after Stephen Lawrence’s death, in a debate on racial violence, my hon. Friend the Member for Hackney North and Stoke Newington (Diane Abbott) and I called for action by the Government. Regrettably, those calls fell on deaf ears. In that debate, I drew the attention of the then Home Secretary to the recommendations of the Commission for Racial Equality, in its review of the Race Relation Act 1976, for an independent review of the law on incitement to racial hatred.
The CRE, my hon. Friend the Member for Hackney North and Stoke Newington and I had urged the Home Secretary to make racial harassment a specific criminal offence, to make racial harassment a ground for eviction, to place public authorities under a statutory duty to monitor complaints of racial harassment, to establish a separate tort of racial harassment, and specifically to consider criminalising racial violence…
On 24 June 1997, shortly after the general election, my hon. Friend the Member for Tottenham (Mr. Grant) and I accompanied the Lawrence family and their advisers to see the Home Secretary. The fact that he had assembled the whole of his ministerial team indicated the seriousness with which he viewed the situation. After the meeting, and after having had a discussion with Neville and Doreen Lawrence, the Home Secretary (Jack Straw) was deeply moved and welcomed the opportunity of discussing not only the tragic circumstances of their son’s death, but broader issues on racially motivated crime and the relationship between police and minority ethnic communities…
Some will recall the hopes that were engendered by Lord Scarman’s inquiry into the Brixton uprising in 1981, which were followed by such disillusion.
I believe that there were essentially two problems with Scarman. The first was his total failure to recognise or accept the existence of institutional racism. Without that acceptance, any attempts to tackle racism in our society will fail. Secondly, the Scarman report failed to live up to expectations because there was no comprehensive national coordinated programme of action with timetabled outcomes. We are not going to make the same mistake again…
Prior to publication of the report, I wrote to the Home Secretary, asking him to reconsider the position of the Commissioner in view of his comments that he did not believe that there was institutional racism in the Met.
The Commissioner has now accepted the report’s definition of institutional racism…

My hon. Friend the Member for Bethnal Green and Bow (Oona King) and the right hon. Member for Berwick-upon-Tweed (Alan Beith) have mentioned the contentious area of stop-and-search powers…

The inquiry report reaches a clear conclusion that the perception and experience of minority communities is that discrimination is a major element in stop-and-search problems. Black people are more likely to be stopped and searched and to be arrested than their white counterparts…
I hope that my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary will bring proposals to the House to strengthen race equality legislation…

I raised the issue in the debate on the Queen’s Speech in November, 1994".
Almost all of those who have fallen foul of all the voluminous race legislation introduced since 1965, have been the kind of British men and women whose ancestors are all buried in this land.
In our country, if black or brown people riot they get a Scarman report, if one of them gets killed by a white man, MPs like Austin ensure they get a McPherson report and subsequent changes in the law, which make it even harder for the indigenous community to function ordinarily.
Here’s a question you already know the answer to:

What have the Austins of this world ever done for the white, British folk who have been killed by the first or second-generation immigrant? When did they ever vent their moral indignation on their behalf?
An enormous number ofBritish girls have been raped in and around Austin's constituency by black and Asian menand the area has seen a good few immigrant-upon-white murders since Stephen Lawrence was killed, yet he has never mentioned any of this in Parliament.
I say this dreadful creature is no friend of the British people.
What do you say?

Before he became an MP, Austin was the Director of Bexley Council for Racial Equality.






On the 13th of August, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:
"They're called ‘miracle babies’ and for some childless couples in Britain, they're a dream come true. But doctors and Church of England officials are worried the babies aren't miracles at all, but either a shortcut adoption process or a baby-trafficking scheme…
The Nyekos are the latest couple who claim to have had a miracle conception. Members of one of Britain's fastest-growing churches - the Gilbert Deya Ministries - they say their three-week old son is a ‘miracle from God.’
But the Church of England and Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology are calling for an investigation into the so-called ‘miracle babies’ being born to British women.
A BBC investigation looked into the births and discovered that the church's leader, Kenyan-born Gilbert Deya, prays over the childless women, and they are pronounced pregnant by Jesus.
The women then travel to Kenya where they apparently give birth in what are described as backstreet clinics in Nairobi.
Radio 4's Face the Facts discovered that one of the ‘miracle babies’ has been taken into care after tests revealed that its DNA did not match either of its parents. Later, it was discovered the child's Kenyan birth certificate was a forgery.
‘I believe in miracles, but I don't believe that people can have babies miraculously that have totally different DNA,’ says Dominic Walker, the Bishop of Monmouth.
‘I think it's very difficult when people are claiming something's a miracle when perhaps it's a criminal activity.’
But Archbishop Deya - whose group has more than 36,000 members in Britain and which is building a £1 million church in south London - told the BBC that there was no explanation for the miracle babies. He said he wasn't surprised their DNA wasn't the same as their parents, as they came from God.
The Archbishop said he's seen post-menopausal women give birth, including a 56-year-old who has had 13 miracle babies over the past three years.
‘The 'miracle babies' which are happening now in our ministry is beyond a human imagination, but it's not something that... I can explain because they are of God and things of God cannot be explained by human beings,’ Archbishop Deya said.
‘Unless somebody's blind, how can you say the woman is not pregnant?" he added.
"We witness they are pregnant, they went to Kenya and they came with the babies, so we believe that where the tummy was big the baby has come out.’
The ministry has 14 branches in Britain, as well as locations in Africa, Asia, and other parts of Europe, and Archbishop Deya has attracted the attention of authorities in the past.
He was investigated by the Church of England after conducting exorcisms on young children, but no action was taken.
The Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology echoes the Church of England's concerns, saying it's possible vulnerable people are being taken advantage of.
‘Childless couples were very vulnerable and desperate that they would believe virtually anything,’ says consultant Patrick O'Brien, noting that medical evidence proved the women were not pregnant before the births.
‘These are not miracle children, but someone else's children, and the authorities should find out whose.’
But Charles Nyeko says the birth of his son, Daniel, is simply a gift from God.
‘Now we have the proof - a miracle from God,’ he tells the programme.
‘We don't understand how it has happened. We are just grateful that it has. We have the son we so longed for and I am convinced that it is a miracle, a miracle I never thought I'd see in my lifetime.’
But the couple is unsure that they'll be able to bring Daniel to Britain, as the Kenyan authorities are insisting on DNA testing to determine if he is the biological child of the Nyekos.
Along with the Metropolitan Police, the United Nations Children's Fund told Face the Facts that it will be launching an investigation into child exploitation and baby trafficking in Kenya in an attempt to get to the bottom of how babies born in Africa are being passed to foreign mothers."

On the 3rd of September, 2004, The Evening Standard told us more about the "miracle babies".

"An ‘archbishop’ accused of baby-smuggling once met the Queen. Gilbert Deya, who runs a church in Peckham, is wanted by Kenyan police over an alleged racket in which babies are "miraculously born" to sterile women and then transported back to Britain.
Deya, a former beggar boy who is now a millionaire, claims the babies are a ‘gift from God’. Today Kenyan authorities began extradition proceedings to make him face court over the allegations.
Meanwhile, an Evening Standard investigation has found how:
At least 22 children have been caught up in the scandal.
The "miracle babies" have been used to bring in thousands of pounds in revenue for Deya's church.
London business people have agreed to send money to Kenya to become ‘godparents’ to the children.
Today Buckingham Palace distanced itself from Deya's attempts to link himself to the royal family.
The photographs with royalty - which Deya uses on his website and in promotional material - were taken during an official engagement at a theatre in Catford in 2002.
A spokeswoman for the Palace said it was ‘unfortunate’ if Deya suggested he had any link to the Queen. He is accused of being part of a child-smuggling racket operating across Britain, Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda and Kenya.
It is feared that babies have been snatched from Nairobi's Pumwani Maternity Hospital - which is under investigation following the disappearance of dozens of infants - before being trafficked elsewhere.
Deya, 52, is also facing a Charity Commission investigation into his church, Gilbert Deya Ministries, which was registered as a charity in Britain in 1996. It faces the threat of being closed down or having its bank accounts frozen.
Deya's link to the alleged child-smuggling conspiracy first emerged in 1999 when his wife Mary said she had ‘reanimated’ a foetus lost in the womb of a post-menopausal woman for 14 years. That woman, Eddah Odera, 56, married to Michael, went on to ‘give birth’ to a further 10 children at Kenyan hospitals.
The claims helped Deya expand his following in Britain to more than 34,000 people - with churches in London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Nottingham as well as Kenya, India and Zimbabwe.
His son, Amos, is a pastor at the Birmingham branch. As the church expanded it produced merchandise based around the ‘miracles’, including magazines and DVDs, which have been sold on to churchgoers.
Followers are told to hand over ‘tithes’ worth 10 per cent of their income, and London businesspeople have been persuaded to send money to the socalled miracle children.
One believer, Islington-based businessman Siaw Fripong, sent £100 a month to Kenya after being persuaded to part with the money. Today he said:
‘Occasionally I do send money to Mr Odera to help with the upkeep of the children, as their godfather. The babies were not stolen, they were an act of God. When these miracles came to our attention four years ago, no one came forward to say the babies belonged to anyone else.’
Deya has also exhibited the children on his website and at religious rallies in Kenya - filmed for use in his DVDs - to excite crowds of thousands drawn by his reputation as a miracle worker. At the mass prayer sessions Deya tells how women have become pregnant "by the grace of God" under his ministry, and boasts that the mothers had been sterile, postmenopausal or the subject of negative antenatal scans.
Persuaded by such rhetoric, at least three British women have travelled to Kenya to have ‘miracle babies’ - and a further two claim they are expecting following Deya's intervention. One ‘miracle’ child returned here has already been taken into care by British authorities after tests revealed its DNA did not match that of either alleged parent.
Deya's fame has, meanwhile, allowed him to amass three homes, a private jet, an impressive wardrobe of sharp suits and a armoured Mercedes with personalised number plates.
His church has bought a £1 million headquarters in Peckham and an impressive disused church in Liverpool. He also has his own large house in the Mountain View area of Nairobi.
But his empire may now crumble. Five defendants - including Mrs Deya, 45 - appeared in court in Nairobi on Monday facing charges over the alleged child-trafficking ring. They were bailed to return to court in November.
All 11 of Odera's children have been taken into care by Kenyan police, a further nine were seized at the Deyas' Kenyan home, and another baby is understood to have been confiscated from British citizen Miriam Nyeko.
One of the children used by Deya, a four-year-old boy, has already been reunited with his real parents. And Mrs Deya's children are also caught up in the scandal. Documents seen by the Evening Standard show how she claims to have given birth to three children - including a set of twins - despite being told by London hospitals that she was not pregnant with them.
Mrs Deya went to Mayday Hospital in Croydon in 1999, where a consultant examined her and told her she was not pregnant.
A week later she went to Kenya and ‘gave birth’ to a son within a week. Last year, after a scan at Blackheath Hospital revealed no sign of pregnancy, Mrs Deya claims to have given birth to twins within two months.
It is alleged Mrs Deya took at least one child from Pumwani on 5 February this year and has since passed her off as one of the ‘miracle twins’.
Deya maintains all the children are miracle births, irrespective of DNA results, and accuses those who doubt him of ‘wickedness’. Attempts to reach him for comment failed but the managing director of his church, Chris Meregini, said:
‘Just because people do not understand how these babies could have been born does not mean anything wrong has been done. These babies are miracles born through God’."
All these miracle babies from God that end up in England, how many of them do you think will turn out to be just like Jesus Christ?
Or a mugger,
Or a thief,
Or a religious fraudster,
Or a pimp,
Or a drug dealer,
Or a rapist,
Or a gang-rapist,
Or a murderer,
Or Kenneth Erskine.
And you all know who Kenneth Erskine was, don't you?
No?
In 1986, a black bloke buggered and killed at least eleven, white,old-age pensioners in London?
Still not heard of him?
Can't say I'm surprised.
Wake up, England.






This is Mohammad Sarwar:




Mohammad Sarwar, New Labour MP for Glasgow Govan, voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatred law in January, 2006.

This legislation is intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain, of which faith Sawar is a member.

Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet, Sarwar voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

Sarwar also signed an EDM which said:

"This House notes the recent upsurge in inflammatory media coverage depicting asylum seekers as disease carriers and terrorists, notes how damaging such reports can be to people who have come to this country, in search of a safe haven and freedom from political persecution but also have HIV; believes that such media attention only fuels racism and stigma which is wholly counterproductive to the necessity to treat such individuals with respect and compassion; and urges the Government not to succumb to this media pressure".

Now, it seems to me that a politician whose first instinct would put the welfare of a would-be immigrant who is HIV-positive before any thought of the dire consequences that the importation of such diseases might have upon his constituents, poses an enormous threat to the wellbeing of those who elected him.

The unthinking sympathies of such people place the health and happiness of the native born population at tremendous risk. If the British electorate would protect themselves and their children from the blinkered generosity ofapolitically correct bleeding heartlike Sarwar, such one-sided generosity should not be tolerated.

The people of Britain should consider when, if ever, their politicians were as keen to act with such charity towards the British themselves.

Sarwar also signed an EDM sympathising with and commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan".

He also signed an EDM noting the death of black man, Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

He also signed a good many Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants. He did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, however, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

He was also happy to sign several EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However,Sarwar never mentioned the dreadful death of Kriss Donald at the hands of an Asian gang in the House of Commons.

Nor did heever sign an EDM commemoratingKriss and he has never called for his killers to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime they committed.

In fact, Sarwar has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons killed by first and second-generation immigrants in Britain since Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.







Piara Khabra and Stephen Pound are pictured below:




Piara Khabra, New Labour MP for Ealing Southall, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatred legislation in January, 2006.

This legislation is intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain. Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet, Khabra voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

This, if we ever dare to wave a placard or two asking for the Muslims to stop blowing us up and threatening to behead us, one presumes.

He signed an EDM condemning the "lack of care" of Christopher Clunis, a brutal, black schizophrenic, "with a known history of violence and non-attendance of out-patient appointments, who stabbed and killed Jonathan Zito in an unprovoked attack".

He signed an EDM criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

He also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

He also signed three EDMs which mentioned black youth, Rolan Adams, one of which offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey, and two EDMs commemorating Rohit Duggal.

He signed an EDM sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

Khabra signed an EDM proposing that the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did he sign an EDM that proposed that a statue which recognised "the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country", and called upon "the Mayor of London's Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square".

He also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel.

He also signed an EDM noting the death of black man, Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

He also signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of black boys, Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza, who both died at hands of gangs of murderous fits and second-generation adolescents. (Which was not made clear in the EDM)

He also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

Khabra also used the phrase "institutionalised racism" in the House of Commons, he also mentioned Stephen Lawrence and signed 6 EDMs commemorating him.

However, he never mentioned the death of Ealing resident, Dorothy Stokes, in parliament.

Nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating her and he never called for the Asians who killed her to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes they committed.

Nor did he mention the killing of Gary Alsop in his own constituency, nor did he sign an EDM commemorating him

Gary was stabbed to death by an Asian man in a road rage attack and, when two separate juries found Abdul Janjirker innocent of murder, then manslaughter and freed him, he never called for a public enquiry into the outrageous behaviour of the juries in question.

Nor did he mention Ealing resident, David Sheehan, in parliament or sign an EDM commemorating him. Nor did he ever call for the black man who killed him to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes he committed.

Nor did he mention Ealing resident, Paul Goodman, in parliament or sign an EDM commemorating him. Nor did he ever call for the Brazilian who killed Paul to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes he committed.

In fact, Khabra has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons killed by first and second-generation immigrants, since Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.


Piara Khabra, who has represented Ealing Southall since 1992, is not averse to making the odd politically incorrect statement and threatening "racist" reprisals when it suits him.

In September, 2002, in a Radio 4 interview, Khabra told the BBC that his Asian constituents believed Somali youths were to blame for a rise in street robberies in Southall and he warned listeners that Asian residents of his constituency would take the law into their own hands if necessary. His exact words were:

"There's a perception in the community that crime is being committed by the Somalis... particularly, I have been told, the youngsters... I think the community has every right to organise to protect themselves. There are ways and means to do that".

A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman replied:

"These comments are highly irresponsible and unhelpful. There is no evidence that Somalis are committing all street crime, and nor are racial tensions on the rise. Mr. Khabra's comments are based on nothing apart from anecdotal evidence. There is street crime in Southall, but all sorts of people are responsible for it".

You will notice that this police officer makes no mention of "incitement to racial hatred".

If the BNP had made such a remark, the Commission for Racial Equality and the Met would have had a field day.

Khabra is also an advocate of controlled euthanasia.

If he's not thinking of young, black Somali criminals, he must be thinking of old, white, unnecessary Brits, I reckon.

He can't be advocating such a final solution for elderly Asians.

He is the oldest MP in parliament.


Stephen Pound, New Labour MP for Ealing North, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis.

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

Pound also voted a Bill into Parliament which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population. Pound ordered the bill to be brought in, along with 11 others.

And, although he alsoa goodfew Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants since New Labour came to power, he did not sign an EDM which was critical of Abdullah Azad who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

However, he never mentioned the death of Ealing resident, Dorothy Stokes, in parliament, he never signed an EDM commemorating her and he never called for the Asians who killed Dorothy to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes they committed.

Nor did he mention Ealing resident, David Sheehan, in parliament an EDM commemorating him.

Nor did he ever call for the black man who killed him to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes he committed.

Nor did he mention Ealing resident, Paul Goodman, in parliament or sign an EDM commemorating him.

Nor did he ever call for the Brazilian who killed Paul to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crimes he committed.


In December, 2003, listeners to BBC Radio 4's Today programme were asked to suggest a piece of legislation to improve life in Britain, with the promise that an MP would then attempt to get it onto the statute books.

26,007 votes later, the winning proposal of Today's, Listeners' Law poll, which received 37% of the votes, turned out to be a plan to allow homeowners "to use any means to defend their home from intruders", a prospect that could see householders free to kill burglars, without question.

The "Tony Martin Bill", as it came to be called, was then denounced as a "ludicrous, brutal, unworkable, blood-stained piece of legislation" by Stephen Pound, the very MP who had, originally, promised to try to get it on to the statute books.

"This bill is unworkable", he said, as it "endorses the slaughter of 16-year-old kids". Pound later attacked the proposals as a "knee-jerk" reaction, which would create more problems than it would solve.

He said such a wide interpretation of self-defence would mean the "law enforcement of Dodge City".

He added:

"The people have spoken, the bastards".

Later, Pound stated:

"We are going to have to re-evaluate the listenership of Radio 4. I would have expected this result if there had been a poll in The Sun".

Pound said it was "the sort of idea somebody comes up with in a bar on a Saturday night between 'string 'em all up' and 'send 'em all home'."

When an MP came forward who was prepared to present the Bill to Parliament, Pound said that he hoped it would fail.







In a September, 2002, Radio 4 interview, a gentleman by the name of Piara Khabra said that the Asian community in the east London district of Southall believed that Somali youths were to blame for a rise in street robberies and he warned listeners that they would take the law into their own hands if necessary.
His exact words were:
"There’s a perception in the community that crime is being committed by the Somalis… particularly, I have been told, the youngsters… I think the community has every right to organise to protect themselves. There are ways and means to do that".
A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman replied:
"These comments are highly irresponsible and unhelpful. There is no evidence that Somalis are committing all street crime, and nor are racial tensions on the rise. Mr. Khabra’s comments are based on nothing apart from anecdotal evidence. There is street crime in Southall, but all sorts of people are responsible for it".
You will notice that this police officer makes no mention of "incitement to racial hatred". If the BNP had made such a remark, the Commission for Racial Equality and the Met would have had a field day.
Piara Khabra is also an advocate of controlled euthanasia.
If he's not thinking of young, black Somali criminals, he must be thinking of old, white, unnecessary Brits, I reckon.
He can’t be advocating such a final solution for elderly Asians.
As well as being Asian himself, he is the oldest MP in the House Commons.





This is Sean Woodward:




In July, 1999, the black man, Harold "Errol" McGowan, was found dead.
He was hanging by the neck, suspended from a doorknob in his Telford flat.
The inquest into his death concluded that he had taken his own life.
Six months later on New Year’s Day, 2000, Errol’s nephew, Jason McGowan was discovered hanging by his belt from 5ft-high railings by a busy road in the Shropshire town,
The inquest into his death returned an open verdict after a senior detective had, originally, assumed suicide.
The McGowan family criticised the police handling of the investigations into the deaths and claimed that both had suffered racial harassment and death threats before they died. They alleged West Mercia Police, who later reopened their inquiries with the help of race "experts" from the Metropolitan force, were too quick to assume suicide.
Peter Herbert, the family’s barrister and deputy chairman of the Metropolitan police authority, said:
"Institutional racism is alive and well and living here in West Mercia".
However, Robert King, the father of Jason McGowan, has since said that his son took his own life and urged an end to "lies and rumours" that he was killed by racists.


Sean Woodward, MP, mentioned both the McGowans in the House of Commons describing them as having died "in highly suspicious circumstances".
He might be right.

He might also be wrong.

To give you a bit of an idea what the ordinary people of this country are up against, check out the following.

Woodward said the following in March, 2000, during the debate leading up to the introduction of the latest raft of Brit-bashing race relations legislation.
"In March last year, during the debate on the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, the hon. Member for Aldershot (Gerald Howarth) told the House:
‘It is fair to say that some unpalatable truths have to be faced, one of which is the fact that no Government have ever received a mandate to turn the United Kingdom into a multiracial society’. What a great excuse for indifference… As the hon. Member for Aldershot told the House last year, he regretted:
‘… that some people who have come here freely and others who have sought refuge in this country appear no longer content to learn and accept our native customs and traditions, but wish to assert their own’.
He told the House of his fears when he described:
‘… the threat of indoctrination in our schools to make children ‘value cultural diversity’.

His views are not unique; they are shared by noble Lords, such as Lord Tebbit, who fears that multiculturalism will divide our society.
The hon. Member for Aldershot is not alone even in this place. He justifies his views by saying that minorities represent only 6 per cent. of the population. His advice is that they need to be more understanding of us and our centuries-old culture…
That is wrong, wrong, wrong.
Such divisiveness and the acceptance of the existence of two nations should not be tolerated. I am glad to say that it is not acceptable to the new Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, who is determined to root out such attitudes, not only among the police, but among those who claim to support the police.
During 18 years of Conservative government, very little legislative progress was made towards better race relations. Twice the Commission for Racial Equality submitted reviews arguing that public bodies should be included in the scope of the Race Relations Act 1976, and twice that recommendation was rejected… it has taken the death of Stephen Lawrence and the inquiry into the police investigation following his death to achieve those demands…
The Bill will ensure that public bodies, the police and the Prison Service will fall within the scope of our laws to beat discrimination. The amendments to bring indirect discrimination within the compass of the Bill are crucial, as are those to promote racial equality".
And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, a major reason why so much was made of the Stephen Lawrence case, a major reason why his death was the subject of a judicial enquiry, was to grease the wheels of yet another piece of punitive legislation designed to promote the outsider at the expense of the original ethnic inhabitants of this country.
Spin the need for, and the value of, the immigrant for all your worth and criminalise the British.

Why on earth would you want to vote for such people?
Later in his speech, Woodward also mentions:
"Michael Menson, a young musician with mental health problems, who was stopped by three men in Edmonton outside a telephone box and turned into a human torch…

Ricky Reel, who left home one day and did not come back, and whose body was found in a river… (and) Errol and Jason McGowan, an uncle and nephew who were both found dead within months in highly suspicious circumstances".

And it was those dreadful, white Anglos who killed these recent immigrants, right?


Well, no, actually, it wasn’t.

Police investigations into the death of Ricky Reel have never been able to conclude anything other than that Ricky, who had been drinking, fell into the Thames whilst urinating.
Those who murdered Michael Menson were Mario Pereira, Ozgay Cevat and Charalambous Constantinou. Cevat and Constantinou are Cypriots, Pereira is Asian. Oh, and Husseyin Abdullah was found guilty of perverting the course of justice, having lied to the police on the murderers’ behalf. He is also Asian.
As for Errol and Jason McGowan, according to the police, they hanged themselves. They were certainly found that way. No charges have ever been brought against anyone in relation to their death.
Now, at first, the police presumed wrongly that Michael Menson had set light to himself. They were wrong. Eventually they put this mistake right.
There was no murder investigation in Ricky Reel’s case. An inquest later recorded an open verdict.
Perhaps thecops deserve some criticism here, regarding the original lax investigation in the Menson case. As for the others, I don’t know, and neither does the MP who seems to be implying some kind ofcover-up.
That wasn’t the only thing this MP was implying, of course, he was endeavouring to get a wider audience to associate the deaths of these unfortunate individuals with "racists".

That's you and me. Nasty, white British types. Dangerous folk. So dangerous that Sean Woodward saw it as his duty to insinuate that we are somehow responsible for the aberrant behaviour of others.
Thus, do so many of our own parliamentarians, whom we elected in the hope that they would represent us, create the laws they think necessary to further criminalise us for things we never did.
Let’s have a little look at Seann Woodward.
In 1982, he became a researcher for That’s Life! with Esther Rantzen, who is Jewish.She is now a close friend. He made several documentaries with her during the next few years and Rantzen invited him to be a presenter on the That’s Family Life series of programmes which were aired in 1984.

In 1989 he returned to That’s Life! as the programme’s editor.
In 1991 he was asked to become Director of Communications of the Conservative Party and he devised the "Labour Tax Bombshell" posters, with Saatchi & Saatchi, (the Saatchi brothers are also Jewish) which helped swing the 1992 election in John Major’s favour.
In 1993, Woodward became the Deputy Chairman of Rantzen’s Childline and held that position until 1997.
He is a Director of the Marine Stewardship Council, which, at his website, Woodward states "works to promote international sustainable fishing in our oceans". In other words, it is an organisation which is content to oversee the disappearance of the British fishing industry.

In 1997, he succeeded Douglas Hurd in the safe Tory seat of Witney.
In 1999, he became the Tory’s opposition spokesperson on London. Later that year, however, Woodward resigned from the Conservative Party because of its "right wing direction and extremist values". He felt that his party’s attitude to homosexuals wasn’t liberal enough. He then crossed the floor of the House and joined New Labour where Tony Blair welcomed him with open arms.

At the time Blair said:
"I am delighted to welcome Shaun Woodward into the Labour Party. Delighted… because our party has gained a politician of courage, principle and judgement".
Tony B found him a nice, safe Old-Labour seat in the 2001 election and Woodward is now the MP for St Helens South.
Upon returning to Parliament, he was appointed to the Select Committee on Human Rights from which platform he is an ardent campaigner for an "end to discrimination wherever it is found".

Woodwardis married to Camilla Sainsbury, daughter of the former Conservative MP, Tim Sainsbury,who is a cousin of Lord Sainsbury, owner of the supermarket chain, major shareholder in various Genetic Engineering (Frankenstein food) companies, New Labour’s leading monetary donor, (more than £12 million the last time I looked) and Tony Blair’s Science Minister.
The Sainsburies are also Jewish.
Let’s have a look at Woodward’s record in the House of Commons:
Woodward voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and signed an important EDM, introduced since New Labour came to power, which signalled abhorrence of the practice.
However, he did not sign an EDM which criticised "the profound suffering caused to many millions of animals every year by slaughter without prestunning". This EDM informed MPs that over 90% of animals slaughtered for consumption by the Muslim community are now prestunned, which implies that the majority of the cruelty associated with ritual slaughter in the UK is now, overwhelmingly, a Jewish indulgence.
Woodward signed an EDM congratulating Everton, Liverpool, Tranmere, Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle, Leeds and Watford for promoting Holocaust Memorial Day. However, he did not sign an EDM which acknowledged that:
"In 1932-33 the Soviet regime under Stalin employed genocide to destroy opposition in Ukraine… seven million Ukrainians were starved to death as a result… presses (the government) to direct a comprehensive review of the UK National Curriculum in schools in all matters concerning the Stalin era, especially with regard to the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33… the forced famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine was an act of genocide against the Ukrainian nation".
The man most responsible for the Ukranian genocide was, as stated elsewhere in this essay, Lazar Kaganovich, who was Jewish.
Woodward did not even sign an EDM acknowledging "the extermination of one million Armenians by the Ottoman empire in 1915", a genocide which, unlike the Ukranian holocaust, has not been erased from the history books.
Nor did he sign an EDM which condemned the Israeli Army for the deliberate shooting of 21-year-old Englishman, Tom Hurndall "whilst helping Palestinian children escape gunfire from an Israeli army watchtower".
Nor did he sign an EDM which condemned the killing of the English UN worker, Iain Hook,by the Israeli army, and the shooting of Irishwoman, Caoimhe Butterly, noting that this was "yet another example of the indiscriminate use of force by the Israeli army and that proper access to medical services was once again denied".
Nor did he sign any of the 4 EDMs which mentioned the murder of US peace activist, Rachel Corrie, who was deliberately "run over by an armoured bulldozer driven by a member of the Israeli security services… whilst she was protesting at the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza".
Nor did he sign an EDM criticising the Israeli Defence Forces for the murder of British television cameraman, James Miller, who was unarmed, clearly highlighted with media representative markings as non-combatant, waving a white flag and posing no threat at the time he was shot.
In fact, no British MP ever signed this EDM because no such EDM was ever tabled!
Suffice it to say that Woodward did not sign any of the many EDMs/amendments, introduced since New Labour came to power, which were critical of Israel and/or its leaders.
Nor did he sign any of the 7 EDMs which condemned Dame Shirley Porter, the former leader of Westminster Council, who was guilty of "deliberate, blatant and dishonest abuse of public power" amounting to "political corruption", according to the Law Lords’ judgement of 2001.
Nor did he sign any of the 4 EDMs which were both specifically and indirectly critical of Hackney Councillors Isaac Leibowitz and Zev Lieberman, who were "found guilty of forgery and conspiracy to defraud" in one of the "worst cases of vote-rigging ever to take place in Britain".
Porter, Leibowitz and Lieberman are all Jewish.

Woodward voted to go to war against Iraq after the final and most important debate on the 18th of March, 2003.
He also voted for the military action which led to led to the widespread bombing of Iraq in 1998.
However, he did not sign the 1997 EDM which sought an official pardon for the 307 British soldiers who were, for the most part, unjustly executed during WW1.
He did not sign any of the twenty-odd EDMs were introduced into Parliament since New Labour came to power which were critical of the government’s use and sale of cluster bombs, land mines and artillery shells containing depleted uranium.
Nor did he sign any of the sixteen EDMs were introduced into Parliament, since New Labour came to power, which sympathised with Armed Forces personnel who have been seriously damaged by: deliberate exposure to radiation at nuclear test sites; chemical and nerve gas experimentation at Porton Down on unsuspecting volunteers; Gulf War Syndrome and other wholly preventable illnesses.
Nor did he sign the 2002 EDM which asked "everyone to support the Poppy Appeal in remembering the sacrifices that have been made" by the British military over the years.
Woodward signed two of the three most important EDMs signalling his commitment to the Euro.
On the other hand, henever signed any EDM requesting that the UK be allowed a referendum on the proposed European constitution, even though EDM 1249 of May, 2003, suggested that "84% of British voters would wish to have a referendum on the issue".
Woodward voted to lower the age of consent for homosexual sex to 16.

He also voted to repeal Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality.
He also voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples and he also voted against an amendment which would have allowed parents a greater say over the content of sex education in the schools that their children attend.
On January 27th 2004, Woodward voted for a second reading of the government’s higher education bill which would introduce "top-up" fees for university students in England.
This would require the English student to pay anything up to £3,000 for their course in the future, as opposed to the "capped" £1,125 required at the time.
The Department of Education has said the proposed Bill would not automatically affect Northern Ireland, and, though, it would ask for similar changes in Wales, responsibility for passing it will be left to the Welsh Assembly. MPs in the Scottish Parliament have already voted against these measures.
Thus, it is possible that students in England will be the only ones who have to pay "top-up" fees.
Woodward voted for the establishment of Foundation hospitals in all four of the most important Commons divisions, knowing that the establishment of Foundation hospitals would lead, inevitably, to a two tier NHS.
Since New Labour came to power in 1997, almost 50 EDMs have been introduced into parliament which mentioned the word asbestos, demonstrated sympathy for those who have suffered as a result of asbestos related illnesses, and criticised those who have irresponsibly exposed so many to this harmful material.
Woodward signed none of them.
During the lifetime of the New Labour government around 40 EDMs were introduced into Parliament which were suspicious and/or critical of GM "Frankenstein food" technology, in which technology his relation by marriage, Lord Sainsbury, is deeply implicated.
Woodward signed none of them.
In an October, 2003 division, Woodward voted to downgrade the illegality of cannabis usage and possession, such that possession will no longer be an arrestable offence in most cases.
Of the many EDMs, (and their amendments) introduced since New Labour came to power, which were explicitly or implicitly critical of the Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe, Woodward signed none of them.
Nine EDMs were introduced into Parliament since New Labour came to power, concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.
Woodward signed none of them. However, he did sign an EDM which sympathised with "British" subjects of Asian origin detained in Guantanamo Bay.
Woodward mentioned Stephen Lawrence several times and has used the phrase "institutionalised racism" in Parliament.
He also mentioned, as previously stated, the Asian, Ricky Reel, and Michael Menson, who was black.
However, he has never mentioned any of the many indigenous, British people murdered byBlacks andAsians since Stephen Lawrence’s death.
On the 9th of March, 2000 Woodward said this in the House ofCommons:
"Our culture must change… what must these people’s frustrations be?… When they know that… that their children are four or five times more likely to be excluded from our schools…
Most crime is random and could happen to anyone. Racist crime is different… ethnic minorities may make up only 6 per cent. of the population, but their members constituted one in six of all homicides in the past three years… (Woodward does not bother to point out that the vast majority of these homicides were committed by the "ethnic minorities" themselves)
Black people may constitute only 6 per cent. of our society, but one in six of those stopped and searched are from ethnic minorities… (First and second-generation immigrants commit far more than 1/6 of all the "street" and violent crimein this country)
Multiculturalism does not have to be feared; we have to desire it".

Is that an order, do you think?
"You must desire multiculturalism! Vee haf vays of makink you multicultural!
On the 10th March, 2003, Woodward said:
"Those of us who thought that section 28 was a bad measure... if we wanted it to be repealed, it apparently followed that we wanted homosexuality to be promoted… I do not want the promotion of homosexuality or heterosexuality…
The hon. Member for Cotswold referred to the word "clitoris". I have an 11-year-old daughter, a nine-year-old daughter and a six-year-old daughter. I am not ashamed that that word is contained in guidance to teachers…
The crucial issue is the love that can be provided by one or two people, whether they are of different sexes or the homosexual, for a child. That must be reflected in the school environment, local authorities and everywhere else where a child is brought up… this issue is not about political correctness… it is about a moral judgment… it will be a very good thing that we do tonight. Section 28 is a dreadful measure, and we should get rid of it".
On May 13th 2002, The Guardian said this about Woodward:
"Shaun Woodward must be Britain’s most despised MP. There is no aspect of his life or person that has escaped ridicule over the past year. He has been attacked for having married into the filthy-rich Sainsbury family; for having a butler; for denying he has a butler; for never asking questions in the House of Commons; for representing working class St Helens; or not living in St Helen’s while owning a terraced house there; for being lord of the manor of his multi-million pound Oxfordshire estate while not being true landed gentry… for being lazy; for being invisible… More than anything, the former Tory has been ridiculed for having crossed the floor to Labour in 1999 and, two years later, parachuting into the safe Labour seat of St Helens…
He’s a big lad and slightly camp…
Both Woodward’s brothers left school at 15. Shaun who had gone to Bristol Grammar but drifted into the bottom stream, surprised his teachers by passing a few O-levels…
After university he worked as a researcher for the BBC, mainly on the TV series That’s Life with Esther Rantzen…
He says Rantzen taught him so much…
‘Is it by chance that Esther has remained one of my very, very closest friends who has seen me through everything in the past 20 years?’…
So why did a man who had spent his working life devoted to victims end up a Thatcher supporter, a director of communications for John Major, and eventually an MP for William Hague?…
Actually, I’m not sure he knows how he ended up batting for the Tories. Perhaps he tossed a coin.
‘For a lot of people looking at my political career... inevitably it looks odd’…
It was the Conservative determination to defend clause 28, which famously banned the ‘promotion’ of homosexuality in schools that finally did for Woodward...
He didn’t help matters by denying he employed a butler. So why didn’t he just tell the truth?…
‘I have a private life and I am entitled to a private life. And who I employ and don’t employ is my business and nobody else’s. Which is what he should have said at the time.
Things got even worse when he invited Peter Mandelson and his boyfriend Reinaldo and pet dogs Bobby and Jack to stay chez Woodward when they were stuck for lodgings. This time the papers imaginatively hinted at a ménage à trois with Mrs Woodward left uncomfortably on the outside…
You must have known that the papers would have a field day with you and Mandy…
He did make his maiden speech a couple of weeks ago as a Labour MP (about asylum)…
He said he’s been impressed by the government’s bravery but it’s going to have to be braver yet, and he cites the bill to allow unmarried couples to adopt by way of an example.
‘A progressive political party has to constantly change. The next stage is same-sex couples being able to adopt’."
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the MP for St Helens South.
Oh, I almost forgot, Woodward’s brother Lesley?
He had a sex change and is now his sister Leslie.


Is all of this OK by you, Mr England?

Do you think that this MP is on your side?

Or someone else's entirely?

You decide.






On the 10th of December 2006 The Observer reported thus:

"A Bishop is facing calls for his resignation after he allegedly spent a drunken night out and then claimed to parishioners that a head injury he suffered as a result was caused by a mugger.

The Right Reverend Tom Butler, Bishop of Southwark, reportedly staggered home from an embassy function and climbed into the back of a stranger's Mercedes, where he started throwing an infant's toys. He was pulled out but toppled over and suffered several head wounds. Asked to explain himself, he is claimed to have said:

'I'm the Bishop of Southwark. It's what I do.'

He then disappeared into the night but left in the car personal belongings including a cross, personal organiser and correspondence with the Home Office.

Butler, 66, tried to make light of the incident the following day when he began a ceremony at All Saints Church in south London by apologising to the 300-strong congregation for not wearing his mitre, explaining that it no longer fitted his bruised head because he had 'apparently been mugged'.

It is not known whether he repeated the mugging claim when he reported the loss of his possessions to the police. His spokeswoman said the bishop could not remember what happened and had no recollection of being as 'drunk as a skunk'.

Butler, a regular broadcaster on Radio 4, is now fighting to save his job amid accusations of inappropriate behaviour.

'If it's true he was drunk then he ought to resign immediately,' said Alan Craig, leader of the Christian Peoples Alliance group on Newham council in east London.

'He can be forgiven, but he can't carry on as bishop. He's supposed to be a role model and being drunk in a gutter he can't be a good example.'...

The incident took place on Tuesday night as Butler made his way from an embassy in central London to Streatham. The Mercedes's alarm went off outside the Suchard bar near Southwark Cathedral. Nicola Sumpter, who owns the car, told the Daily Mirror yesterday:

'My boyfriend and his pal raced outside and were stunned to see a grey-haired man in the back seat. He was throwing my one-year-old son's toys everywhere. He wouldn't get out so they could pull him away. He couldn't stand up straight and fell over, banging his head.'

Sumpter said she found a bag containing Butler's possessions in the back of the car. Scotland Yard said that it had received a report about Butler's missing possessions and inquiries were continuing. Its data did not suggest Butler had alleged a mugging, and there was no question of him having wasted police time."

The Holy Joe below isn't just a drunken liar.



Oh no.

Tom Butler very definitely has major league form on other matters.

Check this out:

On the 13th of March, 1999, the Bishop of Southwark, the Rt. Rev Dr Tom Butler, gave this address:

"Like sin, racism can penetrate into the structures of any society. Following the publication of the report on the murder of Stephen Lawrence the term 'institutionalised racism', a term which the report uses about the Metropolitan Police has been much discussed. Indeed the same term was used about the educational system in a report published this week.

Now, not surprisingly, people working within an organisation accused of suffering from institutionalised racism get upset by what they regard as a slur upon their integrity. 'I'm not racist' the cry goes up, 'and neither are any of my colleagues'. I'm afraid that this is rather missing the point. The point of institutionalised racism is that whether or not the organisation is made up of good people without a tinge of individual racism, the total result is that the organisation works to the disadvantage of people from the ethnic minorities.

So whether or not the police are intentionally racist, the facts are that black people in general and black young men in particular are five times more likely to be stopped and searched by the police than those from the white population, they are more likely to be charged, less likely to be given bail, more likely to be convicted and if convicted, to be given a custodial sentence. Not surprisingly it is a commonly held view amongst black people that the criminal justice system does not treat them fairly".

"Black young men" may well be "five times more likely to be stopped and searched by the police than those from the white population" but black people are between eight and twelve times more likely to commit crime than white people in this country!

If individual members of the black population were being "stopped and searched" etc. at only five times the rate that white people were, well the discrepancy definitely favours the black law-breaker, wouldn't you say?

Now, either the Bishop is so incredibly obtuse and unworldly that he was unaware that black people commit a great deal more crime, particularly violent crime, than any other section of the community, or he was being deliberately disingenuous

The Bishop continued:

"A black teenager, Stephen Lawrence, has been murdered in cold blood in one of the streets in our diocese. Sadly there's nothing too surprising about that, we live in violent times and cities are increasingly violent places, and black young men are often the victims of violent crime".

Again, the Bishop was being nastily deceitful.

Black, young men are indeed "often the victims of violent crime", but the vast majority of that crime is not committed by the white population. The greater part of the violent crime committed against black people in this country is committed by other black people.

The Bishop continued:

"I believe that we are now seeing a Stephen Lawrence effect. Its not just that his racist murder is shocking and makes us ask questions about our society, it's that, perhaps for the first time white British people like myself, are able to look out through the eyes of black British people.

And we can thank two people in particular for that insight, Doreen and Neville Lawrence, Stephen's parents. Doreen's angry persistence in demanding to know the facts of Stephen's death and refusing to be side-tracked, patronised, or stopped has brought every detail of the events of that shocking night and its aftermath to public scrutiny. Whilst Neville's quiet painful dignity has meant that every parent black or white has been able to empathise with him as he aches in pain for the loss of a beloved son...

Through Stephen Lawrence's death and the dignity of his Methodist parents, whether or not we knew before of how the criminal justice system can discriminate against black people, we know now.

Now I haven't been one of those calling for the resignation of Sir Paul Condon following the Macpherson Report... When he returned as Commissioner of the Met in 1993, the very year that Stephen Lawrence died, many people including myself breathed a sigh of satisfaction because nobody could have come with a greater determination to stamp out racism throughout the force. The fact that so little progress has been made in six years demonstrates, I believe the difficulty of the task. But now there is an opportunity for a new start. I believe that the shock of the Lawrence report will now be used by those who are determined to see a more just criminal justice system particularly here in London...

Our police service to a large measure reflects the attitudes of society in which its set, and the truth is that none of our institutions can bear too much scrutiny, they all suffer from institutional racism. Bishops are frequently called to give prizes at school speech days. From my experience of such occasions in multi-cultural schools, the prizes go to mostly to white and Asian boys and girls and Afro Caribbean girls. Afro Caribbean boys do not do well in British schools; they are far more likely to be excluded from school, and they emerge with fewer qualifications.

I was recently at a university graduation. Graduate nurses were receiving their degrees, almost all white young women, and yet our hospitals are staffed by large numbers of talented black nurses. Why aren't they finding their way through to the higher qualifications which will further their career?

And then there's the Church.

Are we any better? No we are not, and yet there are two reasons why we should be even more concerned about institutionalised racism than other organisations. First because our base commandments tell us to love God with all our hearts and mind and soul and love our neighbour as ourselves - it doesn't mention whether that love should be of a different quality depending upon the colour of our neighbour's skin or eyes...

I believe that wherever Christians might be living, it is their duty to challenge the bigotry and discrimination of the major race or tribe in that place, particularly if they belong to it themselves. It is their duty to hold before the complacent and powerful the claims of a holy God who ultimately fills the hungry with good things, who sends the rich empty away, who puts down the mighty from their seat and exalts the humble and meek whatever their race or tribe...

And for those of us who are white and British, I believe that our particular calling is to recognise racism within ourselves and challenge it wherever it appears in church or nation, for we are the majority tribe and the majority race in this land and minority ethnic groups here need our support.

So, firstly we're concerned about racism in our own structures and the structures of our society because such concern flows out of our faith. Then, secondly we're concerned because we are, in fact, a multi-ethnic church. The Church of England indeed has more black members than any other denomination in this land, and to my delight, many of them are worshipping here in the Diocese of Southwark...

Afro Caribbean Christians, like Bishop Wilfred, arrived in Britain in the 50s 60s to make a new life for themselves in the factories, hospitals & transport systems of Britain. Mostly Christian, mostly Anglican, they naturally expected a welcome from mother church, and to our shame it didn't happen. I was there, a teenager worshipping at St Hilda's Warley Woods, in the white highlands of Smethwick in the Midlands. And I saw how these interesting though unsophisticated newcomers were politely frozen out from a respectable church like mine.

Then came Enoch Powell representing the neighbouring constituency of Wolverhampton and his "Rivers of Blood" speech and a young brash parliamentary candidate stood for election in my home constituency. His views were similar to those of Enoch Powell; his supporters went further. Their slogan was, "If you want a nigger for a neighbour vote Labour". I was there. The sitting MP, Patrick Gordon Walker, a shadow minister, ignored all of this. He floated about above it. He refused to engage with such squalid sentiments and he lost his seat.

A new vicar was then appointed to St Hilda's and he took on the views of our new MP tooth and nail. He denounced them from the pulpit and shamed those who supported such sentiments. And the good people of S Hilda's supported their vicar and at next election the MP was out. From that teenage experience I learned that the Church can be in the forefront of racism, or the Church can be in the forefront of the fight against racism.

But I'm not proud of what my church did here in Britain in the 50s and 60s, freezing out good, faithful, loving pious Anglicans, from their home church so that, of course, many of them formed their own churches where they could worship and serve and pray and live. That was a shameful episode in our history, and I was there.

But now forty years later you and I are in the Diocese of Southwark, and our gracious God has given us a second chance for, in congregation after congregation, particularly in the urban areas, there are large groups of black and Asian worshippers, sometimes a strong minority, often the majority of worshippers in that church. Who are they? Some are the remnant of those who refused to be frozen out of their church. They knew themselves to be Anglican, often third or fourth generation Anglican and they weren't going anywhere else. And here they are still, now with their children and grandchildren. We don't deserve them but God bless them for their persistence and faith.

Their numbers have been swelled ten fold by more recent arrivals from Africa, India, the Caribbean and Asia. People who didn't have the experience of being frozen out in the fifties, who in more recent times just showed up in their parish church and thankfully found a welcoming congregation. For things have changed.

We're a black church in terms of our congregations, but we're not a black church in terms of our ministry and decision making structures. The number of black ordained men and women serving in the diocese, the number of black Christians serving on diocesan and deanery synods, councils and committees do not in any way represent the proportion of black Anglicans in our congregations. Now if this is true for a Diocese like Southwark which prides itself on being in the forefront on issues of social justice, then it is probably true for every diocese.

Stephen Lawrence was murdered on our patch, and we, I believe must now be in the forefront of putting our church in order. And if, as seems obvious, the normal processes have not achieved the necessary levels of participation then we need to think creatively and act decisively to redress the balance.

The Area Bishops and myself have decided to initiate a rigorous independent inquiry into the structures of the Diocese of Southwark. We intend to invite the Diocesan Board of Finance to meet the cost of this, and would report back to the Synod through the Board for Church in Society and the Bishop's Council. We have already been in touch with Sir Herman Ouseley, the chair of the Commission for Racial Equality and in principle he has agreed to work with us in establishing this inquiry...

I am asking the Diocesan Secretary to examine with me the composition of every Diocesan Board, Council and Committee and where there is no membership from black Anglicans to enable co-options to take place to ensure representation, and where co-options are not available under the present constitution, to draft changes to that constitution.

I will be arranging training in race awareness for every member of my senior staff and would then wish to see such training become part and parcel of every level of diocesan life.

If this kind of action is initiated immediately, then the diocese will be better placed to respond swiftly to any recommendations proposed by the external inquiry team. I believe that the report of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry is a 'kairos' moment, a moment when history shakes and new possibilities open".

Thus did a holy turd intone the mantra:

"Black legs good, white legs bad".

Anyway, now you know why a Ugandan (Sentamu) is the Archbishop of York and a Pakistani (Nazir Ali) almost got to be the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Keeping count, you Bishops.

The British are keeping count.




On the 14th of October, 1999, the BBC reported thus:
"UK Prosecutors 'easier on ethnic minorities. White defendants are 'treated more harshly'.

Black and Asian defendants are often treated more favourably than their white counterparts by the Crown Prosecution Service, a study suggests. Criminologist Dr Bonny Mhlanga of the University of Hull examined 5,000 cases of young people coming in front of criminal courts. He found that while defendants from different backgrounds and different parts of the country were treated differently, there was no evidence of unfair discrimination against ethnic minorities. And in some cases, black and Asian defendants appeared to receive more favourable treatment than white defendants.

The research suggests that black and Asian defendants were more likely to have their case dismissed, or be acquitted, at magistrates' courts.

'Evidence published to date often suggests that ethnic minorities receive harsher treatment from the police and the courts,' said Dr Mhlanga.

'We have seen that, at the CPS level of the criminal justice system, Asian, black and other minority defendants have often received more favourable outcomes from CPS lawyers' decisions than their white counterparts.'

The report finds that the CPS is acting independently of the police - as it is meant to - in choosing appropriate cases for prosecution, and downgrading or rejecting cases where the police have brought inappropriate charges against minorities.

It adds that, if anything, the CPS may be discriminating in favour of ethnic minorities. The study covered 13 CPS areas in England and Wales and a total of 6,144 young defendants whose cases finished between 1 September and 31 October 1996.

Within each CPS area, the study covered the 22 branches with the highest proportion of residents from ethnic minorities.

The Director of Public Prosecutions, David Calvert-Smith, said:

'The CPS welcomes this study and we are pleased that it shows we seem to be exercising our independent and impartial role'."

So, criminologist, Dr. Bonny Mhlanga, who is black, discovers that the Crown Prosecution Service "may be discriminating in favour of ethnic minorities".

Meanwhile,the Director of Public Prosecutions, the notoriously politically correct Blairite jobsworth, David Calvert-Smith, interprets this information as, " it shows we seem to be exercising our independent and impartial role".

Wake up, England.

Mhlanga is now a Senior Research Officer in the Home Office Research Development and Statistics Directorate, in London.

On the 23rd of June, 2002, Calvert-Smith said this in The Sunday Times:

"It is my firm belief that British society is institutionally racist... A great deal has got to be done across the whole spectrum of British society... I come to this with the idea that the whole of society has a problem."

On the 26th of June, 2002, the ghastly Keith Vaz, Tony Blair's former Afro-Asian Europe Minister, whose inappropriate behaviours were investigated by the parliamentary Commissioner, Elizabeth Filkin, introduced an EDM into parliament eulogising David Calvert-Smith thus:

"This House congratulates David Calvert-Smith QC, the Director of Public Prosecutions, on his being awarded a knighthood in the Jubilee Honours List; notes his strong commitment to diversity and welcomes the fact that since his appointment as DPP in 1998 the percentage of ethnic minority staff at the CPS has increased from 8.4 per cent. to 11.6 per cent. in 2002, a higher figure than most government departments; and asks him to continue to pursue the diversity agenda at the CPS with vigour."

Apart from Vaz, those who signed this EDM were:

For New Labour: Andrew George, Win Griffiths, Vera Baird,Ann Cryer, Jeff Ennis, John McDonnell, Nigel Jones, Alan Simpson, Angela Eagle, Rudi Vis, Julie Morgan, Betty Williams,

For the Lib Dems: Matthew Green and Norman Baker.

For the Tories: Peter Bottomley.

Trevor Phillips, thechairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, said this of Calvert-Smith:

"Following the findings of the Macpherson Inquiry he was the first head of a national public authority to speak out and say that he believed his organisation to be institutionally racist and, since that time, he has fought hard to weed out racial discrimination within the CPS.

Above all, he practised what he preached on race and by the time he left the organisation there were ethnic minorities in all ranks at the CPS including many in senior positions."

Tony Blair went to the most prestigious public school in Scotland, Fettes College.

Calvert-Smith went the most prestigious public school in England, Eton College.

Blair went to Oxford.

Calvert-Smith went to Cambridge.

Whilst at college, Blair played guitar and lead vocal in the group, The Ugly Rumours.

Whilst at college, Calvert-Smith played guitar andlead vocal in the group, The Four Squares.

They both studied law and became barristers.

Tony Blair's father was a solicitor.

Calvert-Smith's father and grandfather were solicitors, his son is a barrister.

Calvert-Smith's wife is Greek and his son is married to a Swedish woman.

Calvert-Smith's father and mother met while helping to care for Jewish refugees in Oxford.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is about as New World Order, anti-white, anti-British, anti-working-class top-bloke as it gets, without being an international financier, a multinational corporation owner, a 33rd degree freemason, a media Baron or a Neoconservative American Jew.

Or a mixture of all of the above.

One last thing.

In the years that lead up to the suicide bombings in London on the 7th of July, 2005,a good manyhate-mongering Islamic clerics villified and condemned, in the most "inciteful" terms imaginable,a society that had offered them, not onlya welter of Social Security benefits whilst they carried out their venomous campaign, but also sanctuary from those who would shut them up in their own country and protection from those who would shut them up in ours.

The situation got so bad in England's capital that, on the continent, London became known as Londonistan.

David Calvert-Smith was the Director of Public Prosecutions when his organisation routinely refused to investigate or prosecuteany of member of the Muslim clergyunder the "incitement to racial hatred", laws, despite a wealth of damning evidence that was put before the CPS by the police.

Abu Hamza, the hook-handed Imam of the Finsbury Park mosque, was the most notorious of those who remained untouched during Calvert-Smiths period of service at the CPS.

Three of the foursuicide bombers who wreaked such murderous havoc on the 7th of July, 2005, are known to have attended Abu Hamza's sermons in the Finsbury Park mosque.

Two of these, actually, lived in the mosque for a time.


In February, 2006, well after Calvert-Smith's departure from the CPS, Abu Hamza was found guilty of 6 charges of soliciting to murder, 3 charges related to "stirring up racial hatred", 1 charge of owning recordings related to "stirring up racial hatred" and a further charge of possessing a "terrorist encyclopaedia".

Following Hamza's arrest, a search of Finsbury Park Mosque led to the discovery of forged passports, CS gas, knives, guns, tents and thousands of cassettes of inflammatory material.



This is David Calvert-Smith:





On 3 March 2007, The Western Mail reported thus:

"A Welsh Christian group is calling for the traditional Welsh dragon flag to be replaced by the cross of St David. The Welsh Christian Party says having a red dragon - an animal it believes symbolises the devil - on the national flag is at odds with Wales' position as a Christian nation. It is calling for the flag which has officially been in place since 1959, to be replaced with the black and gold cross of St David.

The party's leader, the Rev George Hargreaves, said,

‘We will not allow this evil symbol of the devil to reign over Wales for another moment. Wales is the only country in history to have a red dragon on its national flag. This is the very symbol of the devil described in The Book of Revelation 12:3. This is nothing less than the sign of Satan, the devil, Lucifer that ancient serpent who deceived Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.

No other nation has had this red dragon as its ruling symbol. Wales has been under demonic oppression and under many curses because of this unwise choice. This symbol was only introduced in 1959 and is not the historic symbol of Wales’...

But historians and politicians yesterday said the symbol of the dragon had a long tradition in Wales and was a source of pride. Welsh historian John Davies said:

‘It's been part of our tradition for more than 1,500 years, while the flag of St David has a much more specific remit. There are a large number of flags that are tricolour and so they don't stand out. But when you see the Welsh flag you know what it is’…

According to Mr Davies, the dragon pre-dates the Christian era, dating back 1,500 years. Widely used by the Romans, the first reference to dragons in Wales is in the History Brittonum in the eighth century.

During the Tudor era the symbol was used by Henry Tudor at the battle of Bosworth to represent his Welsh ancestry. According to Mr Davies, Wales may have adopted the symbol in an attempt to draw an association between the Welsh royal houses and the might of the Roman empire."

And the leader of the Welsh Christian Party who wants to scrap one of Britain's National symbols is?


The Reverend George Hargreaves


On 6 June 2004, Scotland on Sunday reported thus:

"The sinful, hedonistic realm of pop music may seem a million miles away from the austere, forbidding world of Christian fundamentalism. But Scotland on Sunday can reveal that an anti-abortion group contesting every UK seat in the European elections is being directly funded by royalties from Sinitta’s 1980s disco classic ‘So Macho’. The song reached number two in 1985, sold over a million copies and still generates around £10,000 a month for the man who wrote it, the Rev George Hargreaves, a songwriter and promoter turned Christian.

Hargreaves, who hopes to become a Scottish MEP, is ploughing the cash from ‘So Macho’ into his radical party, Operation Christian Vote. On June 10, Hargreaves hopes to win the support of thousands of Scots voters so he can go to Brussels. His party is a call to arms for God-fearing Christians and opposes abortion, human embryo research and euthanasia.

Hargreaves, who discovered Sinitta and a string of similar acts such as Yazz and Five Star, admits he lived life to the full in the rock and roll industry before finding God, and is unabashed about using Mammon to reach heaven... Hargreaves introduced Sinitta to pop promoter Simon Cowell, who made her the Beyonce of her day and dated her before finding his own fame as Pop Idol’s Mr Nasty. Sinitta had a string of hits including ‘Toy Boy’, ‘GTO’ and ‘Cross My Broken Heart’. Hargreaves continued to work with new music acts and wrote for the charts and television. His earnings eventually hit the six-figure mark. He admitted:

'I was a hedonistic sinner. I was Jack the lad. But there came a point when I looked at myself. I was calling myself a Christian but not living the Christian life. I read a Bible from cover to cover and I changed my life.'

Ironically, he says he penned ‘So Macho’ not just for women but in a deliberate attempt to appeal to gay men’s sense of humour. The inspiration for the song came from another of his proteges, a singer called Princess...

'I heard Princess sing those words and I thought: that’s my next song. I wrote it that same evening. It was a caricature of the medallion man... It was for women to dance round their handbags to and for the gay scene to go mad to on poppers,' he admits. Despite this, Hargreaves does not accept the idea that his new vocation, which involves preaching on the sin of homosexuality, is hypocritical. He added:

'I was never gay, but I had a lot of lovely friends in the gay scene.'

He says many of them have since died of Aids.

'Never in my life have I had a homophobic persuasion. I love the sinner, whatever the sin is. If you trawled through Scotland you would find some women in Edinburgh or Glasgow I was with in my pop days. I talk freely about these things because I am not ashamed... I’ve done all the things people want to do, that they aspire to, and I’ve seen the futility in it," he said.

‘So Macho’ continues to earn a fortune for Hargreaves because of regular radio play, retro compilations of 80s hits and public performances...

Hargreaves admits he supports the controversial UK Life League, a radical anti-abortion group which has staged frightening protests outside family planning clinics, brandishing coloured posters of aborted foetuses".

http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com...m?id=643822004



Well, Hargreaves, old Hutu, I don't know about "gay men’s sense of humour" but you just made me laugh!




This is Tony Banks:




Tony Banks, who was the New Labour MP for West Ham until he retired in 2005, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis and signed several EDMs calling for the drugs legalisation.

He also signed an EDM condemning those who were critical of the homosexual policeman, Brian Paddick, who, whilst he was the top cop in Brixton, pioneered the "softly, softly", approach to policing the possession and usage of cannabis.

Banks also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, “would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence” and voted for another bill which sought to have criminal behaviour punished with more severity if that behaviour was “racially” or “religiously” aggravated.

He also signed a good few EDMs concerned with immigrants, asylum seekers and the like.

Banks also signed both EDMs proposing that a statue of Nelson Mandela be placed upon the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. He also signed another recommending that a statue of Mary Seacole, a black woman who nursed British soldiers during the Crimean war, be placed upon it.

However, he did not see fit to sign an EDM proposing that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did he sign the EDM which recognised “the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country”, and called upon “the Mayor of London’s Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the plinth.

He also signed a good many EDMs concerned with the welfare of foreigners imprisoned overseas. However, he didn't sign any concerned similarly with indigenous British subjects.

He also signed an EDM which mentioned the death in jail of asylum seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

He also signed two EDMs commemorating the deaths of Rolan Adams and Rohit Duggal.

He also signed an EDM which mentioned the death of Leon Patterson in police custody and another mentioning an attack upon the Asian teenager, Muktar Ahmed.

He also signed an EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence.


Incredibly, Banks never mentioned the death, in his constituency, of PC Nina Mackay.

Ninawasstabbed to deathby Magdi Elgizouli, an illegal immigrant from Somalia,who was receiving mental health treatment under the Care in the Community scheme.

Nor did he ever mention the death of Newham resident, Bryan Bennett, at the hands of a black psychopath.

Nor did he mention the death of Steven Morgan-Rodrigo.

Nor did he mention the death of teenager Ashley Hedger in his constituency.

Ashley was run down by a gang of Asians and stabbed repeatedly by Mohammed Hai,who had, incidentally,just emerged from a mosque.

Hai used aceremonial dagger to kill Ashley.

Nor did Banks ever mention the death, in his constituency, of Louie Wade, who was also murdered by a gang of Asians.

Banks never signed an EDM commemorating any of the Britishvictimscited here either.


Banks was the major force behind the ban on foxhunting etc. which has placed tens of thousands of rural, British jobs in jeopardy and yet he didn't sign several EDMs calling for the banning of Schechita slaughter (Jewish manner of bleeding animals to death with no pre-stunning, which takes several minutes)


QUOTES:

“I am Jewish by background… some people are British and some are slightly less British.”

“I really don’t like people… as a species… I really can’t stand people. I can’t wait for nature to call an end to it all… People are repugnant, horrible.” (Interview with Guto Hari. My Politics, October, 19th October, 2003.)

“Notorious Sports Minister Tony Banks, who tried to ban the Union Jack and National Anthem recently, was booed and called ‘Judas’ by fans at last week’s England football match against Moldova. A shaken Banks said that it was not a pleasant experience.” - Daily Star, September 13th 1995


Tony Banks, who was Jewish,was ennobled by Tony Blair in 2005 and became Lord Stratford.

Lord Stratford was on holiday in Florida when he suffered a stroke and died in January, 2006.







This is Alice Mahon:




Alice Mahon voted to decriminalise cannabis.

She also signed several EDMs lobbying for a change in the legal status of the drug, cannabis.

She also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviour is "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.
And, although Mahon was happy to sign a great many Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, she never thought to sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

She also signed an EDM criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

She also signed an EDM condemning the "lack of care" of Christopher Clunis, a violent, black schizophrenic, "with a known history of violence and non-attendance of out-patient appointments, who stabbed and killed Jonathan Zito in an unprovoked attack".

She also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

She also signed an EDM which mentioned Rolan Adams, one of which offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey.

She also signed an EDM sympathising with illegal immigrant, Joy Gardner.

She also signed EDMs sympathising with Muktar Ahmed and Rolan Adams.

She also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel and signed another noting the death of Roger Sylvester.

She also signed an EDM in 2004, commemorating Christopher Alder, and calling for a public enquiry into his death in a Hull police station in 1992.

She also signed both EDMs proposing that the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.

However, she did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did she sign an EDM which called "upon the Mayor of London's Advisory Group to recommend the erection a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square as a fitting recognition of their great contribution to this country".

She also signed an EDM commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan".

She also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

She also signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu.

However, since Stephen's death, Mahon has never signed an EDM which named any of the many other police officers of ethnic British origin who were killed in the line of duty.

She also signed an EDM sympathising with Asian, Satpal Ram, who, when drunk, repeatedly stabbed an unarmed Englishman who had been minding his own business.

Clarke Pearce died as a result of his injuries.

As of September, 2004, Mahon had signed more than 40 EDMs since New Labour came to power, concerned with the situation of foreigners or non-indigenous Britons imprisoned overseas.

However, she had signed just 5 EDMs concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.

For example, she did not sign an EDM introduced on the 14th of January, 2002, which said:

"… this House notes with concern the situation of James Andrew McLintock, who was arrested in Pakistan on Christmas Eve; notes that no official information has been received as to why he was arrested, where he is being held and on what, if any, charges he is being held; and calls upon the Government to make urgent and strong representations to the government of Pakistan for information on these points ."

Nor did she sign an EDM introduced on the 12th of July, 2000, which stated:


"… this House notes with serious concern the mandatory death sentence imposed on David Chell, a 57 year old United Kingdom citizen found guilty of drug trafficking in Penang, Malaysia on 3rd July; further notes the serious inconsistencies in the prosecution evidence in this case; and calls on Her Majesty's Government to make strong and urgent representations to the Malaysian authorities."

Nor did she sign an EDM introduced on the 16th of December, 1998, which stated:

"… this House is deeply concerned that, despite assurances by the Government that they would act if the human rights of a British subject were infringed overseas, including the infringement of the right to a fair trial under Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Rights, it has been decided not to give official support for the application of a pardon for Allan John Davies, a British subject serving life imprisonment for alleged drug offences in Thailand; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its position and support a citizen who has been subjected to unfair judicial proceedings overseas".

Grotesquely, Mahon was prepared to sign a 17th of November, 1999, EDM, appealing for clemency for the convicted drug-courier Sandra Gregory. To whit:

"… Sandra Gregory, who pleaded guilty in 1993 to trying to export 88 grams of heroin and was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment, which was subsequently reduced in a royal amnesty to 21 years and 10 and a half months, who served three years of her sentence in Bangkok, and continues to be held in a high security prison in the United Kingdom where there is growing support for her release on the grounds that she was a first time offender not a drugs baron; deeply regrets her offence and wishes to warn others of the dangers of drugs… is a model prisoner who presents no threat to society and has secured widespread public support, including politicians of all parties, all the major churches and national, regional and local media, all factors in mitigation of the offence that would certainly commend themselves to the Thai authorities, especially if the case for clemency were endorsed by the British Government".

Mahon signed one of the two EDMs introduced in 2004 concerned with the plight of Czech "Roma". One of these stated:

"… this House notes that news stories, featured in the Daily Express in particular, concerning large numbers of Roma arriving in the UK from EU accession countries have been characterised by the Minister of State for Europe as a ‘rancid hate campaign’… deplores attempts to incite racial hatred against one of the poorest and more marginalised communities in Europe; and urges the Government to make clear its abhorrence and take measures to address this deep-seated prejudice".

Which is code for "send us all your gypsies".


She also mentioned Stephen Lawrence in the House of Commons and signed 7 out of 8 EDMs commemorating him since New Labour came to power.

However, she never mentioned her constituent, Kevin Jackson, in the House of Commons.

Kevin was stabbed to death after he confronted 3 Asians who were trying to steal his father-in-laws car.

Nor did sheever sign an EDM commemorating him and she never called for Asians who murdered him to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist attack upon him.

Nor did she ever mention the deaths of her constituents, Karina Turner, her mother Joan, and Karina's five-year-old daughter, Shaunnah, who were three of the six British tourists murdered by Egypt's largest Islamic terrorist group, Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya, at the Hatshepsut Temple in Luxor, Egypt, in 1997.

Nor did she ever sign an EDM commemorating them.

Nor did she mention the attack upon 71-year-old Michael Ingwell, who was stabbed14 timesas he confronted Asad Abbasin his Halifax Presbytery.



One of the simplest ways one can gain an insight into the attitudes and beliefs of our parliamentarians is to study their use of the Early Day Motion.

The Early Day Motion is a device which provides publicity for and draws attention to the most heartfelt views and causes to which individual Members of Parliament adhere, and, depending upon the number of signatures attached to the member’s EDM, can demonstrate the extent of support for such views and causes among back bench MPs. If such support is demonstrably strong, pressure can then be applied to the government to make time for a debate on the particular subject discussed in the EDM.

As such, the EDM is a great way to determine what Westminster’s lesser lights really feel and think and an analysis of the EDMs an individual member of parliament tables, signs and doesn’t sign, is just about the most effective way to determine if an MP is really going to do what he promised at the hustings and represent the views and concerns of the ordinary voter in parliament.

Or whether, once he has been elected, the MP in question is more likely to undermine those views and concerns.


Bearing this in mind:

From the time New Labour came to power in 1997 up to February, 2005, Mahon signed more than 30 EDMs which mentioned the words ‘cruel’ and/or ‘cruelty’ with reference to the treatment of animals.

However, when it came to signing EDMs which mentioned the words ‘cruel’ and/or ‘cruelty’ with reference to the treatment of children, Mahon signed just 3 of these.

For example Mahon did not sign the following EDM, introduced on the 26th of November, 2003.

"This House is concerned that over 200 children under the age of two are killed or seriously injured each year by their parents or carers, but that only approximately a quarter of these cases are followed by successful prosecutions and then not for murder or manslaughter, but for lesser offences such as cruelty, which carry only a light sentence; notes that the main reason for this failure is joint enterprise, meaning that it is not possible to prove which member of a couple was responsible, leading to the failure of the attempt to prosecute for more serious charges; and calls on the Government to incorporate in legislation at the earliest opportunity measures to facilitate successful prosecution of those responsible for killing small children on charges which reflect the gravity of the act".


Mahon voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and signed almost all of the most important EDMs introduced since New Labour came to power, which signalled abhorrence of the practice.

However, she did not sign a November, 2003, EDM which criticised ‘the profound suffering caused to many millions of animals every year by slaughter without prestunning’.

This EDM informed MPs that over 90% of animals slaughtered for consumption by the Muslim community are now prestunned, which implies that the majority of the cruelty associated with ritual slaughter in the UK, now occurs because of the custom and practice of Jewish orthodoxy.


Mahon signed an Early Day Motion eulogising and commending "Holocaust Memorial Day
".

However, she did not sign an EDM which acknowledged that:

"In 1932-33 the Soviet regime under Stalin employed genocide to destroy opposition in Ukraine… seven million Ukrainians were starved to death as a result… the United Kingdom Government was aware of the scale of genocide and famine in Ukraine in 1932-33, yet chose to remain silent on the issue… information about the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33 was suppressed, distorted, or wiped out by the Soviet authorities… presses (the government) to direct a comprehensive review of the UK National Curriculum in schools in all matters concerning the Stalin era, especially with regard to the Ukrainian famine and genocide of 1932-33… the forced famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine was an act of genocide against the Ukrainian nation".

What those MPs who were decent enough to sign the above EDM dared not tell the British people was that the man most responsible for the Ukranian genocide, Lazar Kaganovich, was a Jew.

She did not even sign an EDM acknowledging "the extermination of one million Armenians by the Ottoman empire in 1915", a genocide which, unlike the Ukranian holocaust, has not been erased from the history books.

Mahonsigned another EDM which expressed:

"… disappointment that Cardinal Jozef Glemp did not attend the ceremony at which the President of Poland, Aleksander Kwasniewski, apologised for the killing by Poles of the entire Jewish population… of Jedwabne in July 1941; also expresses its contempt for the local priest... who dismissed the apology as ‘holocaust business’; and strongly hopes that the stand taken by the Polish President will help Poland finally to rid itself of its anti-Semitic obsessions and prejudices which made it that much easier for the Nazis to carry out their own atrocities involving the murder of millions".

However, she did not sign any of the 4 EDMs which condemned the Israeli Army for the murder of US citizen, Rachel Corrie, who was deliberately

"… run over by an armoured bulldozer driven by a member of the Israeli security services… whilst she was protesting at the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza".

In March, 2001, Mahon did NOT sign this EDM:

"…this House condemns the Saatchi Gallery’s I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children and supports the campaign led by the News of the World newspaper, parents and police chiefs to highlight the dangers that this ‘art exhibition’ has to the well being and safety of children in this country; deplores reports that the FreshPetals paedophile website has directed its visitors to the BBC News website to view the pictures online; and believes that as child welfare issues and the real dangers posed by paedophiles to children in this country have never been greater an ‘exhibition’ of this nature is unacceptable and should be closed".

Lord Saatchi is Jewish.

In July, 2002, Mahon did NOT sign this EDM:

"…this House notes with regret the decision of the BBC to cut the sung version of Rule Britannia from its programme for the Last Night of the Proms; and calls upon the BBC to reconsider its decision".

The conductor who decided to cut the favourite moment of most of those who frequent the Promenade Concerts from that years programme was Leonard Slatkin, who is an American Jew.

In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"… this House recognises that the Barnett Formula was instituted as a temporary measure to offset calls for devolution under the Callaghan government… it remains unfair and to the detriment of the English regions and to the advantage of Scotland and Wales; and ought to be replaced forthwith by a fairer distribution of funds throughout the United Kingdom".

Lord Barnett, who figured out this anti-English formula, is Jewish.

In May, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"… this House deplores the acceptance by New Labour of a £100,000 donation from porn publisher Mr Richard Desmond; believes it is no coincidence that this followed Government approval for Mr Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers; notes with surprise and disappointment the remarks by the honourable Member for Hamilton North & Bellshill that New Labour does not exercise 'moral judgement' over prospective donors; believes that Mr Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and further notes the academic research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Richard Desmond and return this donation."

Richard Desmond is Jewish.


Alice Mahon voted for all 7 pro-homosexual bills introduced in Parliament since New Labour came to power.

However, she did not sign the January, 2004, EDM which stated:

"This House notes… the statement from Dr Edward Green, that… ‘having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics’; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote ‘abstinence and faithfulness’ which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that ‘increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence’ and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men ‘remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV’; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases; further notes that the sexually transmitted infections epidemic has followed the intense promotion of free contraceptives and the morning-after pill among teenagers; further notes and congratulates the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health for her admission at Oral Questions on 20th January, Official Report, column 1206, that ‘the best way to avoid STDs is to abstain from sexual activity’; and calls on the Government to follow the Ugandan example in promoting abstinence and faithfulness among the young in its teenage pregnancy strategy".


Nor did she sign the November, 2003, EDM which stated:

"Around one in 10 sexually active young women are currently infected with chlamydia… syphilis rates have increased by 500 per cent. in the last six years… gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period… National Health Service sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand… the Health Select Committee’s report on sexual health and its assessment that the present sexual health crisis has resulted from inadequate political pressure and leadership over recent years… insufficient central guidance emphasising the importance of sexual health and a severe lack of performance management… the Committee’s recommendation urging a strong commitment to making sexual health a priority and to improving the way in which young people are educated about relationships and sex in order to prevent the situation confronting the next generation of young people from becoming worse still".


In March, 2004, Mahon signed an EDM which stated that:

"This House notes that the 60,000 sentenced prisoners in England and Wales are barred from voting under the Forfeiture Act 1870… is concerned that it impedes the rehabilitative objectives of the Prison Service by failing to encourage prisoners to be active responsible citizens on release; notes, in particular, that the Government has embarked on an ambitious programme of civic renewal to improve community cohesion and… undermines this agenda by excluding those who are already on the margins of society… therefore calls upon Her Majesty’s Government to review the merits of the ban".

In other words, let the murderers, rapists, pimps, child-molesters and drug dealers vote because lovely, fluffy folks like them are more likely to vote for lovely, fluffy people like Mahon than the decent citizen is.


Mahon signed several EDMs which called for the Church of England to be disestablished, such that it would no longer be considered as the national church of England.


Mahon signed several EDMs lobbying for a change in the legal status of the drug, cannabis.

This pressure eventually paid off as a bill was put before Parliament in October, 2003, which sought to downgrade the illegality of cannabis usage and possession.

On the 31st of March, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:

"Men who smoke cannabis could be damaging their fertility, research carried out by Queen’s University Belfast has suggested. The study by the university’s Reproductive Medicine Research Group examined the direct effects on sperm function of THC, the active ingredient in cannabis.

The group found that THC made sperm less likely to reach the egg to fertilise it.

They also discovered that the presence of cannabis impaired another crucial function of sperm - the ability to digest the egg’s protective coat with enzymes to aid its penetration.

The government reclassified cannabis to a class C drug in January, putting it on a par with tranquilisers.

Dr Sheena Lewis, from the university’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, said…

‘The need to determine its effects on male fertility is even greater, so that men can make an informed choice about smoking the drug based on its risks to their health’…

The idea for the study came after researchers looking at the lifestyle habits of infertile men noticed that many men attending infertility clinics at Belfast’s Royal Maternity Hospital were regular cannabis users.

Dr Lewis told delegates at the British Fertility Society’s annual meeting in Cheltenham that recent experiments… suggested that cannabis may be a major cause of infertility…

One in six couples in the UK are affected by infertility, with 40% of these cases due to problems with sperm… Dr Lewis said:

‘These experiments on human sperm tell the same story… It is estimated that 3.2m people in Britain smoke cannabis, and that figure may now increase. Add the two together and we may find that the use of recreational drugs will exacerbate male fertility problems’."

On the 24th of January, 2004, the BBC website reported thus:

"Former drugs czar Keith Hellawell has said reclassifying cannabis could ‘encourage’ young people to use drugs. Mr. Hellawell said he believed Home Secretary David Blunkett would ‘live to regret’ downgrading cannabis from a class B to a class C drug next week. He said…

‘Why change it, why cause a problem, why cause confusion, and why, I am sad to say, encourage in some respect greater drug taking, particularly by young people, who don’t know where they stand’.…

The move would ‘do this generation and the future generation an enormous disservice’, he said…

‘…every medical institution is saying ‘we are worried about the dangers, we don’t know sufficient about it, and we believe the dangers are even greater than we perceive them to be at the moment’’.

Doctors have warned cannabis has been linked to greater risk of heart disease, lung cancer, bronchitis and emphysema, as well as mental health problems".

Let me reiterate:

"Doctors have warned cannabis has been linked to greater risk of heart disease, lung cancer, bronchitis and emphysema, as well as mental health problems".

"Every medical institution is saying ‘we are worried about the dangers… and we believe the dangers are even greater than we perceive them to be at the moment".

"Men who smoke cannabis could be damaging their fertility".


In July, 1999, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes that Labour councillor, Lorraine Monk, elected in May 1998, resigned her seat due to a police investigation, following allegations of her being fraudulently entered on the electoral register; regrets the fact that the police terminated their investigations when Councillor Monk resigned; and calls upon Special Branch to re-open the investigation to ensure that any electoral fraud is firmly dealt with".

Lorraine Monk is black.


In October, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"…the excellent work carried out by the Royal British Legion through the Poppy Appeal; acknowledges the importance of the Poppy Appeal in recognising the sacrifice made by million of people who lost their lives during war on our behalf… and calls on everyone to support the Poppy Appeal in remembering the sacrifices that have been made".


In November, 2002, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes the conclusions of the latest independent inquiry into the Government’s handling of the foot and mouth crisis which accuses ministers of ‘ineptitude’, unpardonable delays in decision making’ and ‘massive dereliction of duty’; and believes that the Government’s devastating mixture of confusion, incompetence and incoherence is damaging the interests of farmers throughout the United Kingdom".

In April, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"… this House looks forward to celebrating St. George’s Day on 23rd April; notes that England’s Patron Saint Day is an ideal opportunity for all English people to celebrate their country’s heritage and traditions".

In July, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"… this House expresses its grave concern that Brendon Fearon, one of the burglars who broke into Tony Martin’s house, is now suing for civil damages in respect of the injuries that he sustained during his criminal acts, including his loss of sexual enjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; expresses further concern that Brendon Fearon’s case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board despite the willingness of his solicitor to take the case on a no win-no fee contingency basis; urges the Government to look urgently at changing the law so that criminals who break into properties leave all their civil rights outside that property; urges the Government to reform the rules governing legal aid so that it cannot be claimed in such cases; and further urges the Government to note that 83 per cent of those surveyed by the Freedom Association believe that an intruder should have no case against a homeowner who takes direct action against them".


In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"… this House notes that the proposed EU Constitution in its current form would fundamentally alter the relationship between the EU and its member states; and therefore calls upon the Government to hold a referendum before ratification of such a constitution can take place".


In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House expresses its deep concern at the deteriorating situation in Zimbabwe; further notes with concern that the policy of quiet diplomacy has failed and that human rights abuses now abound in that country".


In November, 2003, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate; notes that the Brazilian Amazon covers 5.2 million square kilometres, more than 60 per cent. of the country; further notes that the Brazilian Amazon contains about a third of the world’s rainforest and 30 per cent. of the world’s biodiversity; expresses concern that the number of trees felled in the Amazon region has risen by 40 per cent. in the past year with almost 10,000 square miles of virgin rainforest being cut down; deplores the fact that the Government is cutting its programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq; warns that this will have a detrimental effect on the global environment and the lives of the indigenous Amazonian people; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its decision".


In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House regrets that the European Commission has floated the idea of abolishing the Made in Britain label in order to replace it with a label saying Made in Europe".

In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes… the statement from Dr Edward Green, that… ‘having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics’; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote ‘abstinence and faithfulness’ which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that ‘increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence’ and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men ‘remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV’; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases; further notes that the sexually transmitted infections epidemic has followed the intense promotion of free contraceptives and the morning-after pill among teenagers; further notes and congratulates the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health for her admission at Oral Questions on 20th January, Official Report, column 1206, that ‘the best way to avoid STDs is to abstain from sexual activity’; and calls on the Government to follow the Ugandan example in promoting abstinence and faithfulness among the young in its teenage pregnancy strategy".

In January, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House notes the alarming rate of CFC leakage from end-of-life fridges; recognises the hugely detrimental effect of these gases on the environment; deplores the Government’s inability to provide figures for the quantity of CFCs recovered from these fridges; notes that figures from Wales suggest a leakage rate of over 50 per cent.; and calls on the Government to publish figures for the whole of the UK as soon as possible, and to take action to reduce the rate of leakage as soon as possible".

In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House… supports the stance taken by sacked GCHQ employee Katharine Gun in exposing spying on the UN missions of six countries, as part of the failed US/UK effort to secure a resolution authorising war in Iraq, which is illegal under… the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations; believes that it is a charge of the utmost seriousness that agencies acting under the instruction and authority of the UK Government engaged in unlawful wiretapping of the Secretary-General of the United Nations; and calls on the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate those who carried out and instructed these illegal activities".


In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"…this House notes the Government’s recent announcement of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emission levels in 2003; is extremely disappointed to note that carbon emissions have increased by 1.5 per cent. since 2002; further notes that in 1997, 152.9 million tonnes of carbon were emitted and 152.5 million tonnes were emitted in 2003; and therefore calls on the Government to explain why, despite so much being said by the Government on this subject, so little has been done to reduce this figure further".


In March, 2004, the following EDM was left unsigned:

"This House is disappointed to note that there are no laws ensuring that newsagents only display and sell adult titles from a top shelf out of reach of minors; and… urges the Government to consider introducing such a law as soon as reasonably practicable".


On the 10th of February, 1999, Alice Mahon said this in the House of Commons:

"In Pakistan… Zina-bil-jahr, the clause dealing with rape, states that four male Muslims of good character must have witnessed the crime of rape. That makes it almost impossible for any woman to bring charges… the Pakistan Government… still allow it…

The Pakistan commission on the status of women… submitted a report. Its findings were clear. It said:

‘… the average rural woman in Pakistan is born in near slavery, leads a life of drudgery and dies invariably in oblivion’. The United Nations 1994 human rights development report said:

‘Pakistani women’s participation in education, health, labour and politics is lower than many countries in the region, reflecting a major crisis in civil society’…

I believe that anyone who saw the BBC ‘Correspondent’ programme, ‘Murder in Purdah’, shown in January, will realise that it is vital that all the nations of the civilised world speak out. The testimony of the 15-year-old girl, given 24 hours before she died from the horrible burns that she had received from her husband or his relatives, will haunt those who saw it for a long time…

The 15-year-old had been virtually sold by her father to an older man, who will probably never be punished. The film repeatedly showed how the men are allowed virtually to sell their daughters. The husbands abuse them. Quite often, if the marriage breaks down, the women end up in prison or their children are taken from them. The men who have committed the crimes walk free; they bragged about it on the documentary. A man who had shot his wife kept the gun as a trophy, and bribed his way out of prison…

I want to mention Zoora Shah, a Bradford woman, who for 20 years was beaten and raped and made to sleep with other men by Mohammed Azam, the brother of Sher Azam, former head of the city’s council for mosques. When that evil man tried to abuse her daughters, she poisoned him; but, because she was too ashamed, for cultural reasons, to defend herself properly, she was given a life sentence.

A few streets away in the same city, Shabir Hussain killed his sister-in-law, Tasleem Begum, in an ‘honour killing’, because her arranged marriage had failed and she wanted to run her own life. He ran her down three times in his car and was sentenced to life for murder, but on appeal had his sentence reduced to one for manslaughter. Passing judgment, Judge Hodson said:

‘I accept there has been considerable pressure on you for the last few years. Something blew up in your head that caused you a complete and sudden loss of control’. That judgment was outrageous. The double standards applied in those two cases are mind-blowing--the result of the conspiracy of silence surrounding anything to do with basic human rights for Asian women. We are in danger of importing the principles of Zina and the Huddood ordinances into the streets and cities of this country.

My hon. Friend the Member for Keighley and I intend to campaign for an end to gender apartheid… Lest there be accusations of racism, let me say that, like my hon. Friend, (Ann Cryer) I have black grandchildren who are the absolute joy of my life".

Don’t you just find it extraordinary that Mahon does not seem be the least bit ashamed of the fact that the immigrant communities that they have spent there lives promoting, encouraging and defending, are regularly engaged in such barbaric, un-English behaviour?

Whatever they think of the average British racist, it wasn’t him who imported those they complain of here and gave them succour. It was the cynical, sneering, melting-pot Marxist who eased the way for such obnoxious behaviour to take root in our society.

It was the Alice Mahons of this world.

The British people have always made it quite clear to politicians like them that such people were not wanted here. But such as she always knew so much better.

Her anti-white, anti-British attitudes and instincts were always so much finer and more worthy than those who said time after time after time:

"No more! We don’t want any more of these people coming into our country"!

But Mahon was determined to stamp down hard on those who wished to preserve a culture, society and way of life that didn’t want people like Mohammed Azam entering a society whose moral codes were so different to his own.

The working-class Briton figured out pretty early on that it would be him who would be forced to coincide with the aliens at the sharp end, it would be he who would lose his job, he who would be ethnically cleansed, he who would lose his security and peace of mind.

It would be him who would eventually lose his daughters to the immigrant. It would be him who would live to see his grandchildren grow up resembling no one else in the family album.




Mahon, who is a member of the "Unite Against Fascism" group which condoned the verbal and physical threats made by a large mob on Nick Griffin of the BNP and Jean-Marie Le Pen, leader of the French National Front, has several black grandchildren.







Ann Beasley


On 2 March 2007, Richard Littlejohnwrote an article titledRacism and a Very Stupid White Womanin The Daily Mail.

This is what he said:

"Just as well the Government doesn't run the Daily Mail, or I'd be out on my ear. Too white, too British. This column would be relocated to Oldham and handed over to a Somali woman.
In Labour's multiculti la-la land, being white and British is now officially a sacking offence. That's the fate which has befallen 80 staff working for the prison service in Corby, Northants. They have been told their office is being closed and operations transferred to Leicester, home to a far greater number of people from the ethnic minorities.

Ann Beasley, director of finance for prisons at the Home Office, wrote explaining the decision. Under the heading 'key influencing factors', her letter cites:

‘Our ability to attract a more diverse workforce - 93.7 per cent of the population of Corby are white British, compared to 59.6 per cent in Leicester.’

So, despite Corby being one of the most depressed towns in Britain, another 80 people are being thrown on the dole, simply for being the wrong colour. Miss Beasley also expects to recruit a better class of employee, pointing out that there are almost twice as many graduates in Leicester as there are in Corby. In other words, Corby is full of thick chavs, who are too stupid to hold down a clerical job with the prison service.

Can you imagine this kind of outrageous racism in reverse? Think of the outcry if the Government decided to close an office in, say, Brixton, and relocate it to Guildford on the grounds that Afro-Caribbeans were over-represented and the staff didn't have a decent degree between them. They'd be filling milk bottles with four-star on the Nelson Mandela estate and the clown responsible for the decision would be lucky to escape with his life, let alone his job.

Yet it is perfectly respectable to discriminate against whites in the name of ‘diversity’. Does Miss Beasley have any idea how offensive her remarks are to the people of Corby, a town battered by the closure of its steelworks and ‘rationalisation’ at the Golden Wonder crisp factory? Of course not, she's one of those typical, smug, metropolitan Guardianistas, who despise the white working class.

I don't suppose for a minute it has occurred to her that most of the population of Corby is descended from an earlier wave of immigrants - mainly Scots and Irish, who moved there during the Great Depression to find work in the steel industry. Or that this kind of crass, insensitive stupidity drives people in despair into the pernicious embrace of the Far Right… The BNP couldn't hope for a better recruiting sergeant than a stupid, white woman like Ann Beasley."

So, what matters to a Brit-hating stupid white woman is:

"Our ability to attract a more diverse workforce - 93.7 per cent of the population of Corby are white British, compared to 59.6 per cent in Leicester."

It's what is known as positive discrimination/affirmative action.

Of course, the stupid white women never bother to tell the long-suffering majority that whenever THEY discriminate positively on behalf of a minority, THEY discriminate negatively towards those that remain.

You know, the poor, white folk who made this a nation that everyone else on the planet wants to come to.

US.

The British people.

Here are some of the other things that a stupid white woman has said along the way:

"I feel in my small way, what I do makes a difference to people’s lives".

What you do sure does, Ann. What PC types like you do makes a hell of a lot of difference to the poor, white folk of Corby types, that's for sure. Come to think of it, with the prison service stuffed full of your immigrant chums, you'll probably have a bit of a detrimental effect on the poor, white folk of Leicester types as well.

Ann Beasley adds:

"I go out to prisons regularly and every time I meet someone who is inspirational."

Would these inspirational types be inside or outside the cells, we wonder?

If the white women of the Chairman Blair, Brit-hate babe variety get their way, I guess the answer to this question would be both.






On the 14th of January, 2004, The Evening Standard informed us that:
"A hard core of violent muggers is behind a surge in gang-rapes in London, police believe. New figures reveal there has been one group sex attack for every day of the last year. Two thirds of the suspects had convictions for theft and robbery and half had been involved in street crime in the last 12 months.
The Scotland Yard study was carried out amid mounting concern over the number of gang-rapes of young women in the past few years. Most of the attacks take place in inner-city boroughs in the capital which have large ethnic minority populations.

The study found a disproportionately high number of black and Asian men were involved in the attacks. Around 49 per cent of suspects were described as Afro-Caribbean and 13 per cent as Indian or Pakistani in appearance. White women accounted for 59 per cent of the victims... More than half of the attacks involved three or more suspects".

Commander John Yates, the head of the Met's Operation Sapphire unit, whichinvestigates sex crime, offered us this helpful little titbit on Radio 4's Today programme:

"It is not the ethnicity that counts here, it's the way we treat the victim. We feel the ethnicity issue is a societal issue, it's about family upbringing, code of morals etc."

Get it?

It's not because they're black or Asian that 62% of the gang-rapes in London were committed by blacks and Asians.

It's not because they're black or Asian that 62% of the gang-rapists committed their gang-rapes against white girls 59% of the time.

No, you fools!

"It's the way we treat the victim!"

And, by God, if any of those victims ever dare to think ill of the black and Asian people just because they got raped by a gang of them, we'll have her up on a charge as soon as you can say Night Stalker!

Or Stockwell Strangler,

Or Putney Rapist,

Or Mayfair Rapist,

Who were all black.

Who had "codes of morals" that were just a teensy weensy bit different to ours, that's all.

I reckon Commander John Yates is angling for a promotion.

"It is not the ethnicity that counts here".

It's not because they're black or Asian that black and Asian men gang-raped more than 260 white girls and women in London in 2003, the problem is "family upbringing" and/or lack of a "code of morals".

Excuse me, Commander Yates,

Who bred and raised these black and Asian gang-rapists?

Was it black and Asian people, perhaps?

Whose culture was it that produced their "code of morals"?

Was it black culture?

Was it Asian culture?

Or was it, perhaps, the indigenous white, "institutionally racist" culture that somehow encouraged these poor, misunderstood, gang-rapists to rape our daughters?

What is certain is this:

There would be a very great deal less hurt and damage done to our own young women and girlsif the politicians had and put a stop to the mass invasion of this country by those whose culture and morals is so different to that of the British people.

If the politicians had ever bothered to listen to indigenous majority, if they had ever been concerned to put the wishes, feelings and interests of those who elected them first, an annual toll of more than 250 British women and girls would not have had to suffer so terribly, in the capital of the English people.

As for Roboplod Yates, (pictured below)

Big England is watching you, Plod.




Despite the statistics brought to light by the Evening Standard, in the 30th of March, 2003, edition of The Observer, Frances Crook, director of the Howard League for Penal Reform, felt obliged to say:

"There is a growing perception that street crime is a black people's crime, when it may simply be that they are more visible to the police and the courts.

The courts are picking up on low-level antisocial behaviour on the streets because young black men have nowhere else to go either because they are poor or because it's part of the culture to be on the streets.

Direct racism has been replaced by code. 'Young men with their hoods up' often means young black men and 'street crime' simply means 'black crime'."

On another occasion, Crook was moved to say:

"There is no evidence that people from ethnic minority groups are more likely to commit crimes than white people".

Which is flat, nonsensical and wholly proveable lie.

Do-gooding, heart-bleeding, PC creatures like Frances Crook are absolutely responsible for a world in which young black men feel able to gang-rape white girls with impunity.

Tell you what, Frances, why don't you stand up in front of a thousand or so white victims of black gang-rape and their parents and give them a lecture on how "young black men have nowhere else to go" and "it's part of the culture to be on the streets".

And, if you have a daughter, when she comes home one night in a terrible state having just been gang-raped by a gang of black twats, why don't you just take her in your arms and tell her that it was all just a "perception" and, hey, if she had been blind, why, she wouldn't have even noticed what colour they werebecause their blackness wouldn't have been the least bit "visible"?

Remember the name.

Crook.

It fits the bill.

There will come a time whenBig Englanddeals with all the crooks.

Better remember the face too.







In July, 2003,the BBC conducted the most wide ranging opinion poll ever, (discounting general elections) to determine what the British people thought about immigration policy.

You The Judge asked the viewers to phone a given number giving their opinion on whether four separate asylum seekers should be allowed to stay in Britain.

Every one of the four tales told was a harrowing one. Nevertheless the results were conclusive.

Overall, 64 percentof those who voted wanted immigration into this country brought to a halt, no matter what the circumstances of the applicant.

This despite the fact that the four cases put to them were as emotionally loaded as could be, despite fifty years of ubiquitous anti-fascist, happy-clappy, "they enrich our society", media and parliamentary propaganda, despite the politically correct and the professional bleeding hearts forever lecturing us on how we must be, feel, act and think and despite the fact that around 10 percentof those who voted in You The Judge could have been first, second or third-generation immigrants themselves.


The wishes of90,000 people living in Britain, not all of whom were British, were, thus,canvassed and logged in July, 2003.

In November of the same year, David Blunkett, the Home Secretary, said that he thought 200,000 immigrants should enter Britain legally every year.

He also said that he saw no reason why Britain could not tolerate this level of immigration indefinitely.

Yep, on the 13th of November, 2003,David Blunkett, the Home Secretary no less, said this on BBC Television:

"It is a crowded island, we’ve always been a crowded, vigorous island… A net icrease of 200,000 people per year is permanently sustainable."


In Tony Blair’s first 24-strong Cabinet, there were only five people who could have been described as Englishmen.

One had been brought up, for the most part, in Scotland. He was also homosexual. As was one of the other four. One of these other two homosexuals was an "Englishman" of the part-Jewish variety, as was one of the three heterosexual "Englishmen". One of these was an Englishman, much of whose pedigree was Scottish.

The only English men who weren’t puffs, part Jewish or part Scots were Frank Dobson and David Blunkett.

Both of these were the leaders of what the press accurately described as "Loony Left" councils before they became members of parliament.

Oh, and David Blunkett is blind.


So what, you say, why shouldn’t a blind Bolshevik be Education Secretary?

Which is what TB decided he should be in 1997.

No reason at all, if you don’t know your Bolshevik history.

Unless, of course, the blind Bolshevik in question is a bit thick.

Personally, I wouldn’t foist a doughnutupon the nation’s children. I wouldn't have my child taught how to think, act, be and behave by an intellectual amoeba. It’s doesn’t set the right kind of an example. Come to think of it, I wouldn’t have an idiotin charge of the Home Office either, which was the promotion that Blunkett got after a few years at Education.

A numbskull in charge of the national affairs of the British people? Not a good idea. He might just say something as ridiculous as Britain needs another 200,000 legal immigrants every year to come and help us out.

Indefinitely.


Blunkett took part in a performance of Celebrity Mastermind on Boxing Day, 2003.

In the long history of this programme, he scored just about the lowest ever total in the general knowledge section of the show.

He got just two questions right.


Perhaps, when Blunkett said we needed all thosefabulous foreigners to come and help us out, he thought we were all as thick as him.


Perhaps he didn't realise that there were intelligent, able-bodied British men and womenout there crying out for the work that he was sodetermined to give to 200,000 legal immigrants.

Nah, he knew what he wasdoing, all right.

He may be stupid but he knows how to kick a majority opinion in the teeth.


Chairman Blair knew what he was doing as well.

When our dear Scots-Irish leader decided to promote a disabled doughnut to high office as one of the only two Anglo-Saxon Englishmen in the cabinet who didn’t deviate from the sexual norm, he wasn’t making a mistake.

He was taking the piss.


Another ofTB's governmental preferences, the fantastically uninspiring and gormless Richard Caborn, installed as Minister for Sport in 2001, accepted an invitation to take part in aradio quiz where his sporting knowledge was put to the test.

He was asked 10 pretty easy questions and he failed to answer any of them correctly.


And then, there was Stephen "Lyers" Byers.

In January, 1998, when a Radio Five Live presenter sprung a difficult andunscheduled question on the poor,
unrehearsed clot,Byers, who was Schools Standards Minister at the time, declared that 8 x 7 equalled 54!


And then, in March, 2005,the former pornographer and Tony B's favourite bouncer, Alistair Campbell, appeared alongside his paramour Fiona Millar in a celebrity version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

The £2,000 question was:

"Which country launched the Skylab space station in 1973?"

The options were: Great Britain, France, the USA and Russia.

They got it wrong, and, though the charity they nominated must've been a bit peeved,

When anarrogant, bullyboyBlairite left the show with a just a grand,

The sound of mirth and merriment was heard throughout the land!

And we all went bed that nightknowing that there is a God after all

USA was the right answer by the way, France was the answer our bonehead betters gave.


Oh yes, Our Dear Leader was taking the piss, alright.

Either that or, glib and greasily articulate as the Mekon in Downing Street is, he's just plain dim himself.

Which is a distinct possibility.

You see, on the 23rd of February, 2006, when it became known that Neil Kinnock, the former leader of the Labour Party believed that the UK should ditch the mile and replace it with the kilometre, Tony Blair was put on the spot.

A journalist at his monthly press conference asked him if he knew how many kilometres there were in 50 miles.

He had no idea and didn't even try to answer the question. In fact he asked the journalist to tell him what the answer was.


This is elementary stuff.

It is extraordinary that the most powerful man in the UK, with the power of life and death over us, would not know the answer to this question.

And couldn't even hazard an intelligent guess.

1kilometre = 5/8 of a mile, thus50 miles= 80 km.


I was born into the working classes.

My father was a soldier in wartime and miner and a factory worker in time of peace.My mother stayed home and brought up her only child until he was ten and then went to work in the glass bulbs factory where her mother and sister worked.

These wonderful people equipped me with such aprofound love of learning that, by the time I first sat down at a desk in primary school,I hadhappily absorbed the entire contents ofan adult encyclopaedia.

Except for the maths section.

Neither of my parents could explain the gobbledygook squiggles and symbols to me and they didn't know anyone else who could either.

The powers-that-be never thought it necessary to teach the lower orders such unproductive stuff, you see.


Anyway, the kind ofdoctrinal orderthatwould facilitate the meteoric rise of aBlair, a Campbell and aBlunkettisnever going to produce many children like the child my mother and father thought it was their duty to produce.

Indeed, such an order would not want to.

Asystem that hadNOT spent the last forty years dumbing down the British would have sorted out a bunch of nasty, Machiavelian dimwits like these long before they got the chance toscrew withtheBritish people.

Pictured below are Caborn, Campbell, Byers,Blunkett and Tony Blair.





Dennis Turner, Rob Marris and Ken Purchase are pictured below:



Dennis Turner, New Labour MP for Wolverhampton South East, voted to decriminalise cannabis.

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviour is "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen "Lyers"Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He was also quite happy to sign a good few Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants.

He did not care to sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, however, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

He also signed an EDM criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

He also signed two EDMs expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

He signed an EDM sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

He signed an EDM commemorating the death of black man, Kenneth Severin.

He also signed an EDM noting the death of black man, Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

He also signed 3 EDMs which mentioned black youth, Rolan Adams, one of which offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey, and signed two EDMs mentioning Rohit Duggal.

He also signed an EDM sympathising with Muktah Ahmed.

He also signed an EDM commemorating asylum-seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

He also voted for a bill which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown". In effect, this bill further disadvantages the native born Briton by making many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also signed an EDM proposing that the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by a statue of Nelson Mandela.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

Nor did he sign an EDM that proposed that a statue which recognised "the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country", and called upon "the Mayor of London's Advisory Group to recommend the erection of a statue to the manual working class on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square".

He also signed 3 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However, he never mentioned the death of Wolverhampton resident, Paul Chambers, who was shot dead by Santino and Carlo Sellick.

Nor did he ever sign mention his constituent, Ian Jenkins, who was murdered by a black man

Nor did hemention Wolverhampton resident, Kenneth Pritchard in the House of Commons.

84-year-old Kenneth had a heart attack after he was hit on the head as he tried to protect his wife when she confronted two Irish gypsys who had conned their way into the Pritchard's home.

Nor did he mention the rape spree ofAIDS infected Fitzroy Kaisley, a Jamaican immigrant living in Wolverhampton.

Turner never signed an EDM commemorating those who suffered at the hands these first and second-generation immigrants either.


Robert Marris, New Labour MP for Wolverhampton South West,voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviour is "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also voted a bill into Parliament which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also signed a good few Early Day Motions sympathetic to and supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK, since he became an MP in 2001.

However, he never signed an EDM commemorating Wolverhampton resident, Paul Chambers, who was shot dead by Santino and Carlo Sellick, nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating him.

Nor did hemention Wolverhamptonr resident, Kenneth Pritchard in the House of Commons.

84-year-old Kenneth had a heart attack after he was hit on the head as he tried to protect his wife when she confronted two Irish gypsys who had conned their way into the Pritchard's home.

Purchasedid not mention the death of Wolverhampton resident, Paul Chambers, either. Paul was shot dead by Santino and Carlo Sellick.

Nor did he mention the rape spree ofAIDS infected Fitzroy Kaisley, a Jamaican immigrant living in Wolverhampton.


Ken Purchase, New Labour MP for Wolverhampton North East,voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviour is 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He also voted a bill into Parliament which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

In effect, he voted to further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

However, he did not mention his constituent, Kenneth Pritchard in the House of Commons.

84-year-old Kenneth had a heart attack after he was hit on the head as he tried to protect his wife when she confronted two Irish gypsys who had conned their way into the Pritchard's home.

Purchasedid not mention the death of Wolverhampton resident, Paul Chambers, either.

Paul was shot dead by Santino and Carlo Sellick.

Nor did he mention the rape spree ofAIDS infected Fitzroy Kaisley, a Jamaican immigrant living in Wolverhampton.


On the 8th of July, 1996, Horrett Campbell entered the playground of St Luke’s infants’ school in Blakenhall, Wolverhampton, armed with a machete and attacked everyone he came into contact with.

This is how a BBC report of the 5th of December, 1996, described the events of that day:

“Lisa Potts, who was still a teenager when Horrett Campbell struck at St Luke’s infants’ school in Blakenhall, Wolverhampton, on July 8, described the panic as he attacked during a teddy bears’ picnic in the playground.

‘His teeth were gritted with anger, as if in a laugh. It was crazy. The children were hanging on to my skirt and some of them went underneath the skirt, they were so frightened. He just struck right down, going for my head and I put my arm up to protect’...

Miss Potts...received the most severe injuries of all as she tried to push the children, aged 3.5 to 4.5, to safety under a rain of blows from the machete’s 16in blade… Mr. Wakerley said:

‘You may well be astonished by the courage of that young girl… but for her action this tragedy could have been so much worse’... Miss Potts described how Campbell had first hit two mothers who were waiting in the playground...

‘I was clearing up and putting things into a basket and saw a man running from the corner of the fence... He was carrying a machete. He came to the mum and basically belted her over the head. She was lying on the floor and then I heard Miss Halles say: ‘Quick, grab some of the children’. I started running with them. The man leapt over the fence and attacked one of the other mums, Surinder Chopra...

It was crazy from then on. Children were holding on to my skirt and some of them went underneath. They were hiding with fright. I started running with the children to try and get into the nursery door, but before I knew it the man came at me with the machete. As I started to run in, he lashed out at Francesca - straight across the face. Her face just opened.

I was just running for the door and had two children under my arm. I got inside the nursery and dropped the children and as I went to shut the door his foot was in it and he was inside. I pushed one of the children into the dressing-up area behind the door and put my arms around the others as he attacked me again. He came again with the machete and started attacking my back. I think he hit me twice.

I realised as I turned round that he was going for the little boy. The other children had run off to the outside door.

He went for Ahmed across the head. I went to pick him up and he cut my arm again. There was another blow to Ahmed on the arm as he fell to the floor.... I ran around the side of the water tray in the nursery and I then felt the blow on the head'...

It was only when the children were safe that she realised she was covered in blood. Miss Potts was sliced six times in all, including the blow to her head which chipped the skull”.


On the 7th of February, 2001, Roger Godsiff, MP, introduced an EDMwhich stated in part:

"This House regards the recently announced compensation award of £49,000 to Ms Lisa Potts by the Criminal Compensation Authority as wholly inadequate; remembers that Ms Potts was a 21 year old nursery nurse who in 1996 shielded children from a machete attacker during a picnic at school and sustained horrific injuries as a result; further recalls that after this attack, Ms Potts was awarded the George Medal for her bravery and subsequently has suffered from post traumatic stress disorder and has been unable to work full-time; believes that the tariff scheme used by the Criminal Compensation Authority to calculate awards has failed to adequately reflect the nature and consequences of the injuries sustained by Ms Potts; calls on the Criminal Compensation Authority to revaluate this award as a priority".

Which, I think, is an EDM that most of us would have signed, don't you think?

In the light of the fact that Lisa Potts' bravery undoubtedly saved lives that day?

Why do you think, then, that no Wolverhampton MP could be bothered to sign this EDM?

I mean Lisa's heroic behaviour took place in Wolverhampton. The machete man went stark, raving bonkers at a nursery school inDennis Turner's constiuency, for goodness sake!

Why was he not moved to sign this EDM?

Rob Marris was not an MP when this EDM was introduced and so cannot be blamed for not signing it but Turner and Purchase?

What a pair of toerags!

None of these three MPs ever mentioned Lisa Potts on the floorof the House of Commons either.

What was not made the least bit evident by Roger Godsiff's welcome EDM was the fact that the man who tried to chop up the children of St Luke’s infants’ school in Blakenhall, was black.

Horrett Campbell is a black man.

And you haven't heard his name mentioned anywhere near as often as you've heard Stephen Lawrence's, now have you?


In January, 2005, 12-year-old Jamie Mason was knocked down and killed in Wednesfield, Wolverhampton.

In contrast to the preceding EDM, Ken Purchase is to be congratulated for introducing the following EDM and Dennis Turner and Rob Marris are to be congratulated for signing it.

"This House expresses its deepest sympathy with the parents, relatives and school friends of Jamie Mason, aged 12, who was tragically killed by the vehicle of an unlicensed driver; is dismayed by and deplores the derisory sentence of two months' imprisonment given by the Wolverhampton Magistrates' Court; and calls on the Government to review the sentencing policy which allows those driving without a licence to take a life and not pay an appropriate penalty."

However, all three of these politically correct MPs should be castigated for not informing the wider public that Aaron Chisango, a Zambian national, who was still in this country despite being refused British citizenship four times, was responsible for Jamie's death.

Don't you think that we ought to have been told that this black African manhad no licence and was uninsured when his car hit Jamie?

Don't you think we had a right to know that he was alsoextremely drunk, being 5.5 times over the drink drive limit when he killed a 12-year-old English boy?

If you don't thinkwe should be told things like this, because it might hurt the feelings of drunken, Zambian, asylum-seeking child killers, well, you are, obviously, one of THEM.

And every bit as much an enemy of the British people as Aaron Chisango proved himself to be.






On 2 March 2007, The Barking & Dagenham Recorder carried this article:

"Dean Ryan, of Hackney Respect, believes it wrong that BNP Chairman, Nick Griffin, was acquitted on an incitement to racial hatred charge while, as he puts it, 'a young Muslim who was essentially protesting against an illegal war and Islamophobia has been jailed for carrying an offensive placard'. (Letters, Gazette, February 8.)

Anyone who has been following the news may want to challenge this account. The ‘young Muslim’ was in fact a 31-year-old father-of-five who had been cheerleading a baying mob of hardliners (by chanting: ‘Bin Laden is on his way’ at them) at a protest march that he himself had helped organise on the Danish embassy last year. Many of the marchers carried placards on which there were threats to kill, behead, exterminate, butcher and massacre those unbelievers who insulted the Prophet and Islam.

If these placards were just ‘offensive’, I can only wonder what Dean would regard as, say, threatening.

By contrast, Nick Griffin did not threaten anyone. The incitement to racial hatred charge arose from a 2004 speech made at a private BNP meeting which was filmed secretly and shown on BBC1, without permission. In his speech, Mr Griffin warned against the possibility of a future Islamic terrorist attack and he has since been acquitted - not least because, as it turned out, his predictions were almost 100 per cent accurate.

The Respect party ought to condemn violence and terrorist threats, instead of pandering to the worst excesses of the Islamic radicals.

Jeffrey Marshall,

Fieldgate Mansions,

Myrdle Street, Whitechapel."

Well done to Jeffrey Marshall for submitting this piece and very well done to The Recorder for printing it!

Dean Ryan, who was a Respect party candidate in the 2005 General Election, is pictured below:



Apart from George Galloway and Dean Ryan, the 24 others Respect Members who stood in the last General Election are listed at the Respect website.


Here are some of these: a Dr Naseem, Umit Yildiz, Raja Gul Raiz, Abdul Kaliq Mian, Mohammed Ilyas, Oliur Rahman, Jazz Khan, Ali J Zaidi, Nadia Fazal and Janet Alder, who is black.

Salma Yaqoob was also a candidate.

She was the Muslim with the speech impediment who caused the - I WILL FRIGHTEN YOUR CHILDREN BY WEARING MY BURQA IN SCHOOL - rumpus.

This is her:


Yvonne Ridley also stood for Respect.

Ridley’s that white, British journalist who converted to Islam after she was kidnapped by a bunch of charming, respect-for-women Mohammedans.

This is her:


There was also a candidate with a German name, a candidate by the name of German and a Ms. Paulette North.

Ostensibly, Ms. North is “white” but, if you see what I see in the photo below, a little whiff of the Orient, perhaps, suggests itself?


Anyway, it doesn't appear that all that many white, Christian Brits stood for the Respect Party at the last General Election.


Can't imagine why.

Can you?

A short biography and pictures of most of these would-be parliamentarians can be seen here:

http://www.respectcoalition.org/elect/cand.php




This is Glenda Jackson:




Glenda Jackson, New Labour MP for Hampstead & Highgate, voted to decriminalise cannabis.

She also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

She also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

She also signed an EDM condemning the "lack of care" of Christopher Clunis, a violent, black schizophrenic, "with a known history of violence and non-attendance of out-patient appointments, who stabbed and killed Jonathan Zito in an unprovoked attack".

She signed three EDMs which mentioned black youth, Rolan Adams, one of which offered sympathy to his parents, Richard and Audrey, and signed two EDMs mentioning Rohit Duggal.

She also signed an EDM criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf.

Ogunwobi was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

Jacksonalso signed two EDMs expressing sympathy for Asian youth, Quaddus Ali.

She also signed an EDM noting the death of black man, Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

She also signed a good many Early Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants.

However, she did not sign an EDM critical of Abdullah Azad, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

She has also mentioned the phrase "institutional racism" and the need to tackle this in the Metropolitan Police Authority.

She was alsohappy to sign five EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However, Jackson has never mentioned the death of her constituent, Alan Holmes, in the House of Commons,nor did she call for the black man who murdered him to be "punished with more severity" if he is ever caught, because of the racist nature of the crime.

Nor did Jackson mention the murder of Thomas Scott, in her constituency, nor did she call for the Asians who killed him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime.

Nor has she ever mentioned the death of Clare Drummond in her constituency, nor did she call for the foreigner who killed her to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime.

Nor did she mention the murder of her constituent Daniel Keats, nor did she call for the black manwho killed him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime.

Nor has she ever mentioned Hazel Prager, who worked in her constituency, in the House of Commons. Nor did she call for the Asian who killed her to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime.

Nor has she ever mentioned the death of her constituent, Debbie Williams, in the Commons.

Nor has she ever mentioned the death of her constituents, Derek and Jean Robinson, in the House of Commons, and she never called for the immigrant who killed them to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime.

Jackson never introduced or signed an EDM commemorating any of the British people cited above either.

In fact, Jackson has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first and second-generation immigrants in parliament. Nor has she ever signed an EDM commemorating any of th







On the 23rd of February, 2004, The Evening Standard reported thus:
"A Labour woman MP… has been dumped by the party amid feuding and charges of sexism. Jane Griffiths was dropped as candidate after she fell out with other MPs and complained of bullying by male officials in her local party.

She will be replaced in Reading East by councillor Tony Page, who has two convictions relating to picking up men for gay sex in public places.

Mr Page was backed by Martin Salter, MP for neighbouring Reading West, whose long-running feud with Ms Griffiths is legendary at Westminster.

She was feted by Labour after winning her marginal seat from the Tories in the landslide victory of 1997. But the relationship soon turned sour.

Ms Griffiths, 49, called the party 'institutionally sexist' and said of Labour men:
'They treat me and others like a girl who should not be playing big boys' games.' A self-confident politician, she compares herself-to the Iron Lady on her website, declaring:
'I am the first woman MP for Reading. That can never be taken away - just as it can never be taken away from Margaret Thatcher that she was the first woman prime minister.'

At a selection meeting in Reading last night, local party members voted to replace her as the candidate at the next election. She is expected to carry on as an MP until then.

Mr Page, 50, is a former adviser to ex-Cabinet minister Jack Cunningham and Labour MP Gerald Kaufman. His two convictions, in 1989 and 1995, both resulted in conditional discharges. They involved 'cottaging' and might no longer be against the law following changes introduced since Labour came to power.

On the first occasion he was arrested following an encounter with a man in a public car park. The second incident took place in a lavatory cubicle at Reading train station. A Labour spokesman said:
'These particular offences may not even be offences any more under changes in law that have happened since. They are not major convictions'."

At the General Election in May, 2005, the fairy managed to turn a New Labour majority of 5,588 in Reading East into a New Labour deficit of 475 and the Tories won the seat.

On the 29th of September, 2005, Jane Griffiths was arrested after a non-appearance at a court hearing on the 19th of September.
Griffiths admitted that she had failed to co-operate with the Insolvency Service and told Judge Christopher Darbyshire:
"I didn't intend wilfully not to co-operate I simply failed to and I can only apologise for that."

When asked why, she replied:
"I can only say that I have had a lot of difficulty coming to terms with the situation I have been in and I think that is probably the best explanation I can offer you."

Griffiths is suspected of having failed to pay a tax bill of £29,000.
So, would you want a New Labour bottom robber to babysit your kids?
Would you trust a Blair babe with your bank account?
If you would, you are, probably, one of THEM.





Some Issues in Human Sexuality: A Guide to the Debate was subsequently published in June, 2003.

Dr. Peter Forster, the Bishop of Chester, was one of the co-authors of this report.

After the report was released, Forster, who opposes the ordination of gay bishops, was interviewed by The Chester Chronicle.


During this interview he made the following statement:

"Some people who are primarily homosexual can [reorient] themselves. I would encourage them to consider that as an option, but I would not set myself up as a medical specialist on the subject, that's in the area of psychiatric health. We want to help them, but I don't offer it as a panacea. I am about giving honour to marriage."

What do you think of the Bishop's remarks?

I reckon that the vast majority of apolitical adults would be far more likely to "honour" the kind of old-fashioned marriage, that Bishop Forster is hinting at, than the happy-clappy New Labour variety on offer in late December, 2005.

I also think the vast majority of the parents in this country would be all for having their sons and daughters "reorient" themselves, if this was an option.

This IS a possibility by the way. It's not just some insensitive, redneck fantasy.

At various times in my life I have had loving relationships with women who considered themselves to be "gay" or "bisexual". I wouldn't go so far as to say that I "changed" any of them but they ALL enjoyed my masculine attentions and some of them of them were genuinely bewildered, at the outset of the affair, that sex with a bloke could be such fun.

I wasn't especially considerate, tender, gentle or patient with any of them either. I was at least as vigorous and laddish with them as I was with all the other girls I've loved and lusted after.

Anyway, there were some who werea lot less impressedwith Dr. Forster's remarksthan I was.

Manchester Online went so far as to say that the Bishop might have committed a "hate crime" and Peter Fahey, the Chief Constable of Cheshire no less, who is a leading spokesman on race matters for the Association of Chief Police Officers,launched an immediate investigation. Fahey told the BBC that the Bishop's remarks were "totally unacceptable" in "a civilised society."

He also said that his police force deals severely with "offences" generated by "hate and prejudice" against members of minority communities.

The report that Bishop Forster co-authored suggested that homosexuals, bisexuals, and "transgendered" people within the Church of England fold should be extended "understanding, support, and unconditional love."

Something that is conspicuously lacking, it would seem, in the heart, mind and upwardly mobile soul ofa top copon the make.

On the 2nd of December, 2005, the enormity of the propaganda war that we have been subjected to over the last 50 years was evidenced for all to see.


The Radio 5 Live presenter, Jane Garvey, asked this extraordinary question of the aforementioned Chief Constable Peter Fahey:

"Has there ever been a white victim of a racist murder in this country?"

If she wasn't being ironic, and I've no reason to suppose she was,for a journalist, whose business ought to be the dissemination of factual information, to ask such a grotesquely disingenuous question demonstrates how bought-and-paid-for most of the media is.

We are taught, from day one, to revere the opinions of such people as these.

We are also taught to respect the officer of the law.

The officer of the law who was asked the question did not bother to put Garvey straight.

Chief Constable Fahey was, as you might have guessed, very careful to keep those who might have tuned in that day as ill-informed as ever.

By the time the listener had switched off, I reckon that they may well have been confirmed in their belief that the nasty, white, British person was many, many more times more likely to kill a poor, black person in this country than the other way around.

Whereas, if you were to do the maths, extrapolating from the 2003 British Crime Survey and the 2001 Census, a black person is 68 times more likely to murder a white person, in this country, than the reverse.

Now what do you think of the politicians, the PC activists, the constabulary jobsworths and the media darlings who would have you believe that the exact opposite of the statistical actuality?


They have been lying to us on this scale, ladies and gentlemen since the start of the First World War.

Do you remember what they said to our little lads then?

They said:

"It will be over by Christmas".


It wasn't.

It was over 31 years later when 12 million soldiers had died inWWI and 55 million people, most of whom were non-combatant and innocent of any crime, has perished in WWII.

And those who forced these wars upon us had consolidated their murderous grip on the truth and set in train the perpetual war that will see the whole of thewhite world browned before WWIII is over.





On the 3rd of July 2006, the Guardian journalist Joseph Harker(pictured above) said this:

"When the head of the crown prosecution service said he believed almost all British people were racist, he was roundly condemned. It was a moment of political correctness gone mad, commentators said. But one thing no one seems to have paused to consider was the possibility that he was right. In fact, what about: all white people are racist...

Every day the white power structure - be it global, national or local - makes decisions which impinge on the lives of black people...

The actions of those in power create a constant drip of negative images which seep into the national consciousness...

Despite changes since the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, with black faces now regularly seen on TV in adverts and as presenters, the negative imagery still persists...

It is naive to believe that the long history of racial distortion - which goes back to the days of slavery and colonialism - has not had a lasting effect on the individual subconscious...

White people need to accept that, no matter how many anti-racist demos they've marched on, they inevitably make assumptions, however subconscious, which are influenced by a racist society and which help to form their views and opinions. To refute this is to be in complete denial...

Institutional racism is now an accepted term, but it's not the inanimate 'institutions' which are racist; it's their staff who perpetuate the overall inequalities by their actions. The acknowledgement of personal racism is simply a prerequisite before anyone can begin to eradicate its pernicious effects.

As a black man, I admit I am bound to suffer from prejudices of my own. I cannot be racist, however, because in the global order I do not belong to the dominant group. If I were to mistreat a white person, no matter how low in social status, the weight of this country's white power structure would come down against me. As Stephen Lawrence's parents found, this force does not come to the aid of black people.

And how could I be racist anyway? I assure you, some of my best friends are white."

You know those best friends of yours, Harker. They'll, probably, applaud you for writing what you've just written. And precisely the same white types would, almost certainly,vilify me for any criticism I happened to level at you.

Quote:

All white people are racist.
If all white people are racist how come there are all these laws to stop us behaving normally?


Quote:
I cannot be racist.
If you cannot be racist, Harker old horse, you can certainly be a black man who has benefited tremendously from political correctness.

I mean look at you. Look at the job you've got! Do you think it was your talent as a writer and thinker that got you where you are? We don't think so, do we?

You got the job because you're black. And we don't get the jobs any more because were white.

And British.

I'll tell you something you are good at, Harker.

You're good at sneering. You're good at pointing the finger. You're good at blaming others for your own inadequacies and you're good at demonstrating a complete lack of gratitude for what you've ended up with because of the white man's tolerance and generosity.

You're also very good at ignoring the poor white types who have never been a part of any "dominant group". You know, those who spent a lifetime down the dark, damp mines when one or two of you were picking cotton in the summer sun for a fortnight or so every year.

And then there's the other stuff.

The robbing, the raping, the killing.

You, Harker, are 110 times more likely to kill me than the other way around - that's what the latest crime stats say.

In this country where all my ancestors are buried.

Here's a question for you, Harker.

If we're all such racists, why do you choose to live amongst us? Why don't you go live in Rwanda or Haiti or South Africa even? It's been so wonderful out there since Saint Nelson got to be President, hasn't it? I mean, it's not still the rape and murder capital of the world since that lovely, fluffy, black OAP came to power, is it?

But you won't do that will you Harker?

You much rather live alongside us soft, white, amenable, easy-going, racist types than have to hang out with a lot of people who think, act and behave just like you.

F*** you, Harker.

I don't like you. Does that make me racist?

I don't like Tony Blair either and he's not black.

Nah.

I don't like you because your a tw*t. A tw*t who gets to patronise a whole world of white folk just because, in these fabulously indecent times,

You're black.




Pictured below are the MPs, Michael Clapham, Eric Illsley and Jeff Ennis.




Michael Clapham, New Labour MP for Barnsley West & Penistone, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen "Lyers"Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated, and signed 8 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence, one of which mentioned his parents by name.

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatredlaw in January, 2006.

This legislation is intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain. Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet, Clapham voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

This, if we British folk ever speak up too vociferously in our own defence, one presumes.

Clapham also voted for a Bill which sought to remove all the restrictions on "nationality which apply to persons employed or holding office in any civil capacity under the Crown".

This law would further disadvantage the native born Briton by making a great many more good jobs available to the foreigner within this country, which were once the exclusive preserve of the indigenous population.

He also signed an EDM condemning the "lack of care" of Christopher Clunis, violent, black schizophrenic, "with a known history of violence and non-attendance of out-patient appointments, who stabbed and killed Jonathan Zito in an unprovoked attack".

He also signed 2 EDMs criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family. Ogunwobi is still here 12 years after the first EDM was introduced on his behalf. He was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

He signed an EDM sympathising with the British Sikh community, urging the government to amend legislation "so that British Sikhs may continue to work in all non-construction employment whilst wearing turbans". (One law for them, another for us)

He signed an EDM sympathetic with the Asian youth, Quaddus Ali, which remembered "all those tragically killed by racists in Britain".

He also signed EDMs commemorating the deaths of black men, Roger Sylvester and Kenneth Severin.

He signed another sympathising with Muktar Ahmed.

He signed two EDMs commemorating black youth, Rolan Adams, one of which mentioned his parents by name, and one EDM sympathisiing with Asian, Rohit Duggal.

He also signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

He also signed an EDM in 2004, commemorating black man, Christopher Alder, and calling for a public enquiry into his death in a Hull police station in 1992.

He also signedone EDM proposing that a statue of Nelson Mandela and another recommending that a statue of Mary Seacole, a black woman who nursed British soldiers during the Crimean war, should be placed upon the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.

However, he did not sign an EDM that proposed that a statue recognising the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom be erected upon the empty plinth.

He also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

He also signed countless Early Day Motions sympathetic to and supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK.

However, this Barnsley MP never signed an EDM commemorating the death of Barnsley resident, Alan Clarke.

Alan was murderedby Sarwat Al-Assaf, a deaf,Egyptian nutcase, who had progressed from stark, raving bonkers to homicidal, drool -flecked psycho via a candy floss care system and an English wife who had finally ditched him after yearsof strange behaviour and control freakery.

Al-Assaf, in turn, hadmarried the English wife who left himafter he had ditchedthe one who, in marrying him, had enabled him to live here in the first place.

Claphamdid notsign an EDM commemorating Alan either.

Nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating his constituent, 14-year-old Bradley Miller, who died as a result of the gross negligence of anaesthetist, Prabhakar Shridhar Gadgil.

Gadgil's misbehaviour was so serious that he was jailed for manslaughter.

In fact, Clapham has never signed an EDM commemorating any of the many indigenous Britons whose deaths have been caused by first and second-generation immigrants, since Stephen Lawrence's death.

The words rag and toe do come to mind, don't they ladies and gentlemen?


Eric Illsley, New Labour MP for Barnsley Central, voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

He also voted for an amendment to a bill which, according to Stephen Byers, who was a member of the Select Committee which tabled the new clause, "would create a new specific offence of racially motivated violence".

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatredlaw in January, 2006.

This legislation is intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain. Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet,Illsley voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

He also signed an EDM condemning the "lack of care" of Christopher Clunis, violent, black schizophrenic, "with a known history of violence and non-attendance of out-patient appointments, who stabbed and killed Jonathan Zito in an unprovoked attack".

He also signed an EDM commemorating the death of Kenneth Severin.

He also signed EDMs commemorating Omasese Lamumba and Alton Manning.

He signed two EDMs sympathetic with Quaddus Ali, which remembered "all those tragically killed by racists in Britain".

He signed three EDMs commemorating Rolan Adams, one of which mentioned his parents by name, and two EDMs sympathisiing with Rohit Duggal.

He also signed an EDM in 2004, commemorating Christopher Alder, and calling for a public enquiry into his death in a Hull police station in 1992.

He also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel, and signed another condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

He also signed an EDM noting the death of Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

He also signed a good many Early Day Motions sympathetic to and supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK, since New Labour came to power.

He was also happy to sign 8 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However,Illsley never bothered to mention Barnsley resident, Alan Clarke, who was murdered by Sarwat Al-Assaf, a deaf,Egyptian nutcase.

Nor didhe ever sign an EDM commemorating his constituent, 14-year-old Bradley Miller, who died as a result of the gross negligence of anaesthetist, Prabhakar Shridhar Gadgil.

In fact,Illsley has never signed an EDM commemorating any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by Blacks and Asians since Stephen Lawrence's death.


Jeff Ennis, New Labour MP for Barnsley East & Mexborough, voted to decriminalise cannabis usage and possession.

He also voted to introduce another raft of racial and religious hatredlaw in January, 2006.

This legislation is intended to further protect the Muslim population of Britain. Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet,Ennis voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

He also signedquite a lot ofEarly Day Motions sympathetic to and supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK, since New Labour came to power.

However, he did not sign AN EDM, which was critical of Abdullah Azad, of the Welfare Centre, Manchester, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

Ennis was also prepared to sign an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

He also signed an EDM commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However, he was not prepared to sign an EDM commemorating Alan Clarke'smurder by an Egyptian psycho or Bradley Miller's death at the hands of a thoughtless and incompetent Asian doctor.

In fact, Ennis has never signed an EDM commemorating any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first and second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence's death.


Now, let’s take a look at 20 EDMs that, I'm sure, most decent British folk would have signed if they had been an MP.

July, 1999:

"This House notes that Labour councillor, Lorraine Monk, elected in May 1998, resigned her seat due to a police investigation, following allegations of her being fraudulently entered on the electoral register; regrets the fact that the police terminated their investigations when Councillor Monk resigned; and calls upon Special Branch to re-open the investigation to ensure that any electoral fraud is firmly dealt with".

Lorraine Monk is black.

March, 2001:

"This House condemns the Saatchi Gallery’s I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children and supports the campaign led by the News of the World newspaper, parents and police chiefs to highlight the dangers that this ‘art exhibition’ has to the well being and safety of children in this country; deplores reports that the FreshPetals paedophile website has directed its visitors to the BBC News website to view the pictures online; and believes that as child welfare issues and the real dangers posed by paedophiles to children in this country have never been greater an ‘exhibition’ of this nature is unacceptable and should be closed".

Lord Saatchi is Jewish.

May, 2002:

"This House deplores the acceptance by New Labour of a £100,000 donation from porn publisher Mr Richard Desmond; believes it is no coincidence that this followed Government approval for Mr Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers; notes with surprise and disappointment the remarks by the honourable Member for Hamilton North & Bellshill that New Labour does not exercise 'moral judgement' over prospective donors; believes that Mr Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and further notes the academic research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Richard Desmond and return this donation."

Richard Desmond is Jewish.

July, 2002:

"This House notes with regret the decision of the BBC to cut the sung version of Rule Britannia from its programme for the Last Night of the Proms; and calls upon the BBC to reconsider its decision".

The conductor who decided to cut the favourite moment of most of those who frequent the Promenade Concerts from that years programme was the American conductor Leonard Slatkin.

Gerald Kaufman, MP, is also on record as wanting Rule Brittannia removed from the Proms.

Kaufman and Slatkin are alsoJewish.

November, 2002:

"This House notes the conclusions of the latest independent inquiry into the Government’s handling of the foot and mouth crisis which accuses ministers of ‘ineptitude’, unpardonable delays in decision making’ and ‘massive dereliction of duty’; and believes that the Government’s devastating mixture of confusion, incompetence and incoherence is damaging the interests of farmers throughout the United Kingdom".

April, 2003:

"This House looks forward to celebrating St. George’s Day on 23rd April; notes that England’s Patron Saint Day is an ideal opportunity for all English people to celebrate their country’s heritage and traditions".

July, 2003:

"This House expresses its grave concern that Brendon Fearon, one of the burglars who broke into Tony Martin’s house, is now suing for civil damages in respect of the injuries that he sustained during his criminal acts, including his loss of sexual enjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; expresses further concern that Brendon Fearon’s case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board despite the willingness of his solicitor to take the case on a no win-no fee contingency basis; urges the Government to look urgently at changing the law so that criminals who break into properties leave all their civil rights outside that property; urges the Government to reform the rules governing legal aid so that it cannot be claimed in such cases; and further urges the Government to note that 83 per cent of those surveyed by the Freedom Association believe that an intruder should have no case against a homeowner who takes direct action against them".

November, 2003:

"This House notes that the proposed EU Constitution in its current form would fundamentally alter the relationship between the EU and its member states; and therefore calls upon the Government to hold a referendum before ratification of such a constitution can take place".

November, 2003:

"Around one in 10 sexually active young women are currently infected with chlamydia… syphilis rates have increased by 500 per cent. in the last six years… gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period… National Health Service sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand… the Health Select Committee’s report on sexual health and its assessment that the present sexual health crisis has resulted from inadequate political pressure and leadership over recent years… insufficient central guidance emphasising the importance of sexual health and a severe lack of performance management… the Committee’s recommendation urging a strong commitment to making sexual health a priority and to improving the way in which young people are educated about relationships and sex in order to prevent the situation confronting the next generation of young people from becoming worse still".

November, 2003:

"This House expresses its deep concern at the deteriorating situation in Zimbabwe; further notes with concern that the policy of quiet diplomacy has failed and that human rights abuses now abound in that country".

November, 2003:

"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate; notes that the Brazilian Amazon covers 5.2 million square kilometres, more than 60 percent of the country; further notes that the Brazilian Amazon contains about a third of the world’s rainforest and 30 per cent. of the world’s biodiversity; expresses concern that the number of trees felled in the Amazon region has risen by 40 per cent. in the past year with almost 10,000 square miles of virgin rainforest being cut down; deplores the fact that the Government is cutting its programme aimed at saving the Amazon rainforest and preserving the culture of its people in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq; warns that this will have a detrimental effect on the global environment and the lives of the indigenous Amazonian people; and calls upon the Government to reconsider its decision".

January, 2004:

"This House regrets that the European Commission has floated the idea of abolishing the Made in Britain label in order to replace it with a label saying Made in Europe".

January, 2004:

"This House notes… the statement from Dr Edward Green, that… ‘having multiple sexual partners drives AIDS epidemics’; further notes that the research highlighted the experience of Uganda, where all sex education programmes promote ‘abstinence and faithfulness’ which has been followed by a 75 per cent. decline in HIV rates among 15 to 19 year olds, making it the leading country in the world in successfully reducing the AIDS pandemic; further notes that the 2003 Annual Report of the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency states that ‘increases in high-risk sexual behaviour may be driving increases in STI...and HIV incidence’ and that in 2002 homo/bisexual men ‘remained at greatest risk of acquiring HIV’; also notes that the same Report states that one in 10 sexually active young women in England and Wales are infected with chlamydia, this same group accounting for 66 per cent. of gonorrhoea cases and 62 per cent. of syphilis cases; further notes that the sexually transmitted infections epidemic has followed the intense promotion of free contraceptives and the morning-after pill among teenagers; further notes and congratulates the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health for her admission at Oral Questions on 20th January, Official Report, column 1206, that ‘the best way to avoid STDs is to abstain from sexual activity’; and calls on the Government to follow the Ugandan example in promoting abstinence and faithfulness among the young in its teenage pregnancy strategy".

January, 2004:

"This House notes the alarming rate of CFC leakage from end-of-life fridges; recognises the hugely detrimental effect of these gases on the environment; deplores the Government’s inability to provide figures for the quantity of CFCs recovered from these fridges; notes that figures from Wales suggest a leakage rate of over 50 per cent.; and calls on the Government to publish figures for the whole of the UK as soon as possible, and to take action to reduce the rate of leakage as soon as possible".

March, 2004:

"This House… supports the stance taken by sacked GCHQ employee Katharine Gun in exposing spying on the UN missions of six countries, as part of the failed US/UK effort to secure a resolution authorising war in Iraq, which is illegal under… the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations; believes that it is a charge of the utmost seriousness that agencies acting under the instruction and authority of the UK Government engaged in unlawful wiretapping of the Secretary-General of the United Nations; and calls on the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate those who carried out and instructed these illegal activities".

March, 2004:

"This House recognises that the Barnett Formula was instituted as a temporary measure to offset calls for devolution under the Callaghan government… it remains unfair and to the detriment of the English regions and to the advantage of Scotland and Wales; and ought to be replaced forthwith by a fairer distribution of funds throughout the United Kingdom".

Lord Barnett, who figured out this anti-English formula, is Jewish.

March, 2004:

"This House notes the Government’s recent announcement of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emission levels in 2003; is extremely disappointed to note that carbon emissions have increased by 1.5 per cent. since 2002; further notes that in 1997, 152.9 million tonnes of carbon were emitted and 152.5 million tonnes were emitted in 2003; and therefore calls on the Government to explain why, despite so much being said by the Government on this subject, so little has been done to reduce this figure further".

March, 2004:

"This House is disappointed to note that there are no laws ensuring that newsagents only display and sell adult titles from a top shelf out of reach of minors; and… urges the Government to consider introducing such a law as soon as reasonably practicable".

April, 2004:

"This House notes the increasing enthusiasm amongst the people of England to celebrate St. George’s Day as demonstrated throughout the country on Friday, 23rd April; believes that the celebration of St. George’s Day encourages national pride and unity amongst all the peoples of England; and, in this spirit of encouraging the celebration of what is England’s national day, calls upon Her Majesty’s Government to establish St George’s Day as an annual public holiday, giving everyone the chance to celebrate in future years".

Ladies and gentlemen,Clapham, Ennis andIllsleysigned none of the above EDMs.

In fact, of all the 350+ backbench New Labour MPs who could have signed the above EDMs, only Rudi Vis, (3) Syd Rapson, (3) Adrian Bailey, (2) Jim Dobbin, (2) Lindsay Hoyle, (2) Rob Marris, (2) Janet Dean, Tony Clarke, Hugh Edwards, John Mann, Peter Kilfoyle, Helen Jones, Roger Godsiff, Gerry Steinberg, Helen Clark, Alan Meale, Fraser Kemp, Jane Griffiths, Phil Woolas and Mike Wood, (1) ever did.

By the way, I’m no Tory, I’d boil Margaret Thatcher in the same cauldron as Tony Blair if I was the boss.

Nor am I a wishy-washy, immigrant-hugging Liberal.

I'm just an English manwho loves his own people a hell of a lot more than the politically correct traitors listed above seem to do.

Here's an EDM that Clapham, Ennis andIllsleywere allhappy to sign.

"This House notes the leading role which Britain played in the transatlantic slave trade and that millions of enslaved persons passed through the ports of Bristol, Liverpool and London; further notes that a large proportion of Britain's black community are descendants of enslaved Africans; recognises that slavery is a crime against humanity; notes that many people of all communities in Britain want to learn about the history of slavery; calls on the Government to make the teaching of the slave trade and plantation slavery, mandatory as part of the national curriculum; commends the national museums and galleries on Merseyside for promoting National Memorial Slavery Day; and further calls upon the Government to initiate a National Memorial Slavery Day so that people throughout the country will learn about and remember the horrors of slavery".

The EDM above was introduced by Louise Ellman, who is Jewish.

In 1830, just after slavery had been abolished throughought the British Empire,the wage of an agricultural labourer was nine shillings.

In the following years the wage was reduced to eight shillings, and then to seven. In 1834, the workers were faced with the prospect their wages might be reduced to six shillings. It was against this background that George Loveless started up a Friendly Society of Agricultural Labourers.


In March, 1834, the six men who came to be known as The Tolpuddle Martyrs were arrested and George and his companions were sentenced to seven years transportation, "not for anything they had done, but as an example to others".

However, in March, 1836, after much popular pressure, Lord John Russell, who had just taken over from Lord Melbourne as the Prime Minister, announced to Parliament that free pardons had been granted to all six men.

George did not get back to England until the 13th of June, 1837. James Loveless, James Brine and Thomas and John Stanfield came home on the 16th of March, 1838 and James Hammett some time in August, 1839.

George Loveless, then, can be seen as a Titan in the affairs of the working-class men and women of England.

A little while after his return from Australia in 1837, he said this to a gathering of fellow labourers:

"England has for many years been lifting her voice against the abominable practice of negro slavery. Numbers of great men have talked, have laboured and have struggled until at length emancipation has been granted to the black slaves in the West Indies. When will they dream of advocating the cause of England's white slaves?"


Richard Oastler was the leader of the Ten Hours Movement, which aimed to reduce the working day of factory children to 10 hours.

Here is a letter this gentlemen wrote to The Leeds Mercury in 1830:

"Thousands of our fellow creatures are existing in a state of slavery more horrid than are the victims of that hellish system, colonial slavery... The very streets which receive the droppings of the Anti-Slavery Society are every morning wet by the tears of innocent victims at the accursed shrine of avarice, who are compelled, not by the cart whip of the negro slave driver, but by the equally appalling thong or strap of the overlooker, to hasten, half-dressed, but NOT half-fed, to those magazines of British infantile slavery - the worsted mills in the town of Bradford."


A few years after the Civil War was won and the slaves of America freed, Horace Greeley, the founder of The New York Tribune, said this:

"We have stricken the shackles from four million human beings and brought all laborers to a common level not so much by the elevation of former slaves as by practically reducing the whole working population, white and black, to a condition of serfdom. While boasting of our noble deeds, we are careful to conceal the ugly fact that by an iniquitous money system we have nationalized a system of oppression which, though more refined, is not less cruel than the old system of chattel slavery."


William Cobbett was an English journalist and political reformer.

He fought relentlessly for the working-class and was not averse to a launching broadside or two against the political and financial elite, indeed, he was sent to prison for doing just this.

In 1802, Cobbett began publishing The Political Register.

In 1816 Cobbett began publishing The Political Register as a pamphlet. The government had raised the taxes on newspapers to 4d a copy, and this meant that the information contained in them was out of bounds to all but the most wealthy.

However, publishing The Register as a pamphlet meant that Cobbett could broadcast what he knew to the common weal, as he was able to sell it for only 2d. As a result, the pamphlet soon had a circulation of over 40,000 copies and his views became well known and very popular.

Cobbett's output was required reading for the educated working-classes of the day and no one was more widely read by this section of British society. Cobbett was, thus, considered a threat by the establishment and, when he heard that he was going to be arrested once more, (he had been arrested and imprisoned for two years in 1809) he fled to the United States.

In 1821, Cobbett started his famous tour of Britain on horseback. Each evening he recorded his observations on what he had seen and heard that day. This work was published in 1830 and Rural Rides is his most well known and enduring work.

He was elected as MP for Oldham in 1933 and continued his attacks upon the government from his parliamentary platform. Luckily for the powers-that-be, he died in 1835.

So, what did Cobbett have to say about the English poor in his day? Well, in 1823, he sentthis letter to William Wilberforce, the most famous of the anti-slavery campaigners:

"You seem to have great affection for the negroes... I feel for the hard-pinched, the ill-treated, the beaten down labouring classes of England, Scotland and Ireland, to whom you do all the mischief that it is in your power to do; because you describe their situation as good, and because you do, in some degree, at any rate, draw the public attention away from their sufferings."

When Richard Oastler's Ten Hours Movement argued for a reduction in the working day for children, the government opposed the move, saying that it would be detrimental to trade. Cobbet commented thus upon the Establishment position:

"A most surprising discovery has been made, namely, that all our greatness and prosperity, that our superiority over other nations, is owing to 30,000 little girls in Lancashire. If these little girls work two hours less in a day than they do now, it would occasion the ruin of the country."


For the little girls of Lancashire, for the bent and crippled children of England's mills and mines, there was never a Wilberforce, and no anti-slavery pamphlets were ever circulated.

Now do we think that Louise Ellman, Michael Clapham, Jeff Ennis and Eric Illsleywillbe including the little girls of Lancashire in the National Slavery Day curriculum that our kids will be required to study?

We don't think so, do we?

Theywon't want a parallel drawn between the kind of lives plantation slaves were required to lead, for two hundred and fifty years or so, with the kind of lives poor, working-class Brits were required to lead down the mines, up the chimneys and inside the factories for three and fifty hundred years or so.

It's true, I should think, that the miners and the chimney sweeps and the factory workers, probably, didn't think of themselves as slaves, but, if you've ever read Dickens, you'll know that, from cradle to grave, the lives of most were owned and cruelly exploited by the bosses.

One more thing, do you think Louise Ellman will want the enormous rolethat her own Jewish brethren played in black slavery to be exposed?

Do we think she will want that little bit of hidden history laid bare for all to consider?

I just can't see it, folks.

I just cannot see a Jewish MP, who has never once signed an Early Day Motion critical of Jewish behaviour, ever wanting such a thing known.

Ellman, Clapham, Ennis and Illsley want the Slavery Bill introduced so that they can inculcate even more guilt and multicultural obeisance into our children than they have manged to instil so far.

Such as these are not interested in being fair. They're are not interested in having you know the whole story, warts and all. They are only interested in screwing the coffin lid down as tight as possible.

They are at war with us, ladies and gentlemen, it's as simple as that.

Our own parliamentarians are at war with us.






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Cllr. Mohammed Abdus Salique

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Cllr. Abdul Aziz Sardar

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Cllr. Sirajul Islam

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Cllr. Salim Ullah

Cllr. Ahmed Omer

Cllr. Ahmed Omer

Anwara

Cllr. Anwara Ali

Ohid

Cllr. Ohid Ahmed

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Cllr. Shiria Khatun

Shahid

Cllr. Mohammed Shahid Ali

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Cllr. Motin Uz-Zaman

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Cllr. Rofique U. Ahmed

Alibor

Cllr. Alibor Choudhury

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Shafiq

Cllr. Shafiqul Haque

Abbas

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Cllr. Lutfur Rahman

Cllr. Abdul Asad

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Waiseul Islam

Cllr. Waiseul Islam

As ofJanuary 2008,18 of the27 New Labour Councillors in Tower Hamlets were Asian.

The Mayoress of Tower Hamlets, Cllr. Ann Jackson, is pictured below.

Ann

On Holocaust Memorial Day 2008, the Mayoress used the occasion to bang the drum for her party and denigrate another.

From a synagogue pulpit she encouragedeast London's Jewish, Anglican, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Baha'i leaders to mobilise their communities for May's London elections thus:

"This is not a political arena, but I have to bring up politics. We have to be vigilant with the London elections coming up.

Proportional representation on the Greater London Authority may mean we end up with the BNP getting some seats. They only need five per cent. Then they would be part of London's ruling body. Imagine how awful that would be for us and the world.

Make your communities aware they musty vote for their preferred candidate to lower the BNP percentage and make it hard for them to gain seats."

Ann Jackson'scivic role is supposed to bar her from party politicking.

At least that's the way it used to work.

WhenBritain belonged to us.

On the same day that Jackson was warning against the dangers ofindigenous representation in our capital city a large group of Jewish visitors were stoned in Whitechapel.

An eye-witness said:

"Stones started to come down on us and some in the group were scared and ducked. I looked over the fence and saw four Asian youths throwing stones. They were laughing, then ran away."

Asians?

What, like two-thirds of the councillors in Tower Hamlets? Wasn't that eye witness being racist when they came out with that grotesquely insensitive remark? Oh, wait a minute. That witness was Jewish, right? Ah. Excuse me. Jews can't be racist, can they?

You won't accuse me of racism for suggesting that a Jew might be racist, will you?

Mayoress Ann Jackson had something to say about the stoning of the Jewish folk by Asian youths.

"It's horrifying this could happen in the East End in this day and age, on Holocaust Memorial Day of all days.

We must mediate between the narrow religious views of some in the Bangladeshi community. There is narrow mindedness in all communities. Everyone must realise ours is a tolerant society," she said.

Tolerant?

The behaviour of the Asian stone throwers was indicative of a "tolerant" society?

It's not us that are tolerant of this kind of behaviour Ann, it's you. You and the rest of the PC Crowd are tolerant of just about anything that the immigrant does. I mean, even whenyour Asian pets aren't attacking no-account white folk, your languageis hardly condemnatory, is it?

Here'sthe thing: don't you think your language would have been a bit different iffour BNP members had thrown those stones? For that matter, how would you have put it if the stone throwers had been local white lads?

A bit differently, methinks.

Ladies and gentlemen, I have a question for you.

Who would you rather live next door to:

Four Asians who might throw stones at you for a laugh?

A BNP member who would stop them?

Or a New Labour Mayoresswho would, probably, prosecute him for doing so?









On the 9th of September, 2004, theMarxist comedian, Jeremy Hardy, said this on the Radio 4 show Speaks to the Nation:

"In some areas of the country the British National Party has been doing quite well electorally…

The BNP are Nazis...

If you just took everyone from the BNP, and everyone who votes for them, and shot them in the back of the head, there would be a brighter future for us all."



Hardy was not vilified, warned, cautioned or threatened with prosecution for making these remarks.

This is Jeremy Hardy:



The favoured method of execution of the Che-ka (the organisation that later became known as the KGB) in Bolshevik Russia was to shoot the victim in the back of the head.

Aleksandr Sozhenitsyn says that the Cheka was two thirds Jewish. Dr. Richard Pipes, Professor of History at Harvard University, who is Jewish himself, said the Jewish presence in the Che-ka death squads was even more prevalent. On pages 823-824 of The Unknown Lenin, Pipes tell us this:

"The worst bestialities were committed by some of the provincial Chekas, which operated at a distance from the eyes of the central organs and had no fear of being reported on by foreign diplomats or journalists. There exists a detailed description of the operations of the Kiev Cheka in 1919 by one of its staff, I. Belerosov, a former law student and Tsarist officer, which he gave to General Denikin's investigators.

According to Belerosov, at first the Kiev Cheka went on a, 'continuous spree' of looting, extortion and rape.

Three-quarters of the staff were Jews, many of them riffraff incapable of any other work, cut off from the Jewish community although careful to spare fellow Jews".

On page 117 of Jewish Nationalism and Soviet Politics. The Jewish Sections of the CPU, 1917-1930, Jewish scholar, Zvi Gitelman confirms the above:

"The high visibility of Jews in the Bolshevik regime was dramatized by the large numbers of Jews in the Cheka...
From the Jewish point of view it was no doubt the lure of immediate physical power which attracted many Jewish youths...

Whatever the reasons, Jews were heavily represented in the secret police... Since the Cheka was the most hated and feared organ of the Bolshevik government, anti-Jewish feelings increased in direct proportion to Cheka terror".

And, as Felix Dzerzhinsky, founder of the Cheka, stated in the 1918 pamphlet, Novaia Zhizn:

"The Cheka is not a court. We stand for organized terror, this should be frankly admitted. Terror is an absolute necessity during times of revolution... We judge quickly. In most cases only a day passes between the apprehension of the criminal and his sentence".

Anyway, the Cheka did away with millions of innocent people between the October Revolution and the start of the Second World War. Most of those doing away with the innocent were Jewish and the gunshot in the back of the head or neck was a common method of execution.

I should think that Jeremy Hardy probably knows this.

I've a sneaking suspicion that he, too,might just beJewish.







On the 25th of May, 2006, the BBC quoted Oldham's Equalities and Cohesion manager, Uspar Miah, thus:

"What we found is the Asian families require larger homes but larger homes tend to be in what are considered 'non-traditional areas' for Asian families, very strong indigenous white areas. And some of the smaller houses were in the Asian areas. So obviously that balance was something we had to redress…

In the last financial year we supported more than 140 families moving into what are classed as non-traditional areas."

Ethnically cleanse the responsible white people, who don't breed like flies, from their lovely, big houses so that Uspar Miah's irresponsible Asian brethren, who do breed like flies, can move in.

Yep, that would be fair in today's multi-racial wonderland, Uspar old sport.

That would, very definitely, be something that Tony Blair and co. could describe as very, very fair indeed.

On the 25th of May, 2006, the BBC reported thus:

"Divisions between communities are still 'entrenched' in Oldham five years after riots, even though residents feel race relations are improving, a report says.

Report author Ted Cantle led the first Home Office inquiry into the riots in the Greater Manchester town in 2001.

The riots were initially blamed on segregation of whites and Asians...

Divisions are most acute in housing and schools, Professor Cantle believes. And 'the seeming reluctance of many sections of the community to embrace positive change', was commented on.

'Such attitudes are completely untenable as a basis upon which to build cohesive communities,' the report said".

On the 23rd of April, 2006, The Times had, previously reported thus:

"Professor Ted Cantle, who wrote the report on the 2001 riots in Bradford and Oldham, suggested people from ethnic minorities in some parts of the Midlands might not feel 'safe and secure' living near predominantly white communities…

In an apparent reference to Heanor, a predominantly white town in the Amber Valley area of Derbyshire, Cantle said he was concerned about the strength of support for the far-right British National party in some parts of the East Midlands.

In his 2001 report on the riots in Bradford, Burnley and Oldham, Cantle identified communities living 'parallel lives' and highlighted the polarisation of communities with different schools, estates and social lives. He said schools should change their catchment areas to attract a broader mix.

At the time one in four primary schools in Bradford were more than 70% Asian while half were totally white…

Cantle’s remarks go further by describing parts of the country as 'UNHEALHILY' white, a phrase that critics said this weekend appeared to place the blame for ethnic tensions on the white community."

The exact wording that Cantle used was this:

"Some of the neighbouring areas of Notts and Derbyshire do seem to be UNHEALTHILY ALL-WHITE."

Do you really not get it, Mr. England?

Ted Cantle, Tony Blair's senior race relations adviser,thinks that we indigenous, English folk, who live in an areawhere there are no non-native inhabitants, are living our livesUNHEALTHILY!

Wake up, England.

For God's sake, wake up!






On the 8th of November 2006,the BBC's Home Editor, Mark Easton, was interviewed along with Kelvin McKenzie and Lee Jasper on Newsnight.

They were discussing the race murder of Kriss Donald and related matters. During the interview McKenzie was good enough to admit (many years too late):

"It's utterly disgraceful, television, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, it doesn't matter who it is, national newspapers, including my own, The Sun, radio national bulletins, none of them have covered that disgraceful crime in Glasgow… If that had been the other way around… if a you black lad who'd been pulled off the streets knifed and then burned alive it would have been a huge story, correctly. Why doesn't it happen the other way around?

There is no doubt that… If you believe you're a victim of an ethnic minority and you're white there is nowhere to go. Editors are so liberal that they are scared to be seen that they're moving to the right of their paper so that when something happens to somebody white well that's over there but they report a black victim."

Lee Jasper interposed at this point and said:

"I think that's slightly naïve… what interesting about the victims you had there is that they were all prosecuted they were all convicted they were all put away If you contrast that with Jay Abatan in Brighton or Singh Shoka… their murderers walked away and have not been prosecuted, there has been no successful prosecution."

If you want to check out a very different slant on the Jay Abatan killing to that which Jasper,(both black and Jewish)and co. have been trumpeting for the last seven years, go here:

http://iamanenglishman.com/page.php?...&iParentId=392

After it was pointed out that Nationalists had been reporting those deaths in the white, British community at the hands of the ethnic minorities, when the mainstream media had never bothered, Jasper also said: "those cases are hijacked... they have been hijacked".

Mark Easton put it this way:

"Among the white community many of those people feel that this is a subject that just never gets discussed by the media and that Into that vacuum the FAR RIGHT has moved and often tried to sign up for their own cause. One is Ross Parker… who was murdered in 2001…by an Asian gang. The judge said it was a racist murder…

His family were approached by one FAR RIGHT GROUP and told them to GET LOST but they still feel very strongly that because their son was white the crime didn't cause nearly as much stir as it would have done if he'd been black."

Later on, Easton managed to find his stride and got down to the serious business of Brit-Bashing.

This was how he put it:

"The NATIONAL FRONT Front has a really DISGUSTING WEBSITE (raising his voice and sneering) described as THE FALLEN LIST which is their great long list of people THEY CLAIM (raising his voice and sneering) were victims of killings by black and ethnic minority people…

This was the case with Ross Parker's parents… the last thing they want is for their relative to become a POLITICAL FOOTBALL and I think that there is a concern that if we don't talk about this… white people who feel that they have been the victim of race crime, it will allow the RIGHT WING to come in".

Easton then heaped contempt upon the Nationalists' attempts to publish what was really happening in this country over the years.

This despite admitting earlier in the interview that, according to the British Crime Survey, serious racial attacks upon white people, which involved wounding, were 5 times higher than they were upon Black and Asian. He then excused the figures to some extent by saying:

"We have to be so careful with the figures. Because 90% of the population is white actually, the risk of being a victim of racial crime is higher in black and minority ethnic groups".

Which is a creative way of putting it.

A less creative way of putting it might have had Easton point out that a similar extrapolation from the same British Crime Survey suggests that an individual black person is 110 times more likely to kill an individual white person than the other way around, an Asian being over 20 times more likely.

During this Newsnight segment Ross Parker's mother, Davinia, also said this:

"Because we are white, English, we didn't get the coverage… and that's what makes us angry. It's just as if we (the media) don't care any more, we don't care. I mean what was Ross's life worth, nothing because nobody seems to bother".

Now then, I don't know if Mark Easton was lying, exaggerating or telling it straight when he said that the Parkers told the FAR RIGHT "to get lost".

If he was telling the truth, it's a shame that Ross's parents didn't show some appreciation of a committed group of British lads who cared enough to tell their son's story and keep his memory alive when the media big shots were not the least bit interested in doing so themselves.

Quite a few sneering epithets were used throughout the Newsnight piece to describe those who have been prepared to point out homicidal black-on-white crime over the years. Funny isn't it? For almost the first time, the BBC decided to talk about anti-white criminality in some depth and, when they do so, it's perfectly OK. However, regarding the efforts of the FAR RIGHT to fill in a forty-odd year BBC gap, well, that not OK at all. They were only trying to "sign up for their own cause" unwary relatives of the various deceased who, most often would tell them "to GET LOST".

Figuring out who has always told the uncomfortable truth and who has always tried to prevent it becoming known is much easier when you have all the evidence in front of you.

If anyone who reads this essayis unaware of the "claims" that The Fallen List has made over the years, why don't take a look for yourself at the National Front's "disgusting website".

The briefest of internet checks will alert you as to who is the most truthful; a Brit-Nat bashing media darling called Mark Easton or a bunch of "political footballers" like the National Front.

One thing we can definitely say, no matter how they put it, what the British Nationalist has been telling the indigenous population of this country for more than 50 years now is, all of a sudden, becoming acceptable in the mainstream. I reckon the snide attempts to discredit those who dared to do their job, when they would not, will not gain the Mark Eastons of this world too many brownie points.

They've been at it too long. Their form is in the book. Or should I say, their form is NOT in the book.

The Fallen List may be found here:

http://www.drypool.net/cgi-bin/system.pl?id=nfflist

If you want to check out a bunch of media-protected first and second- generation immigrants, go here:

http://iamanenglishman.com/rogues_gallery.php

This is Mark Easton, the BBC's Home Editor:






On the 8th of November 2006,the BBC's Home Editor, Mark Easton, was interviewed along with Kelvin McKenzie and Lee Jasper on Newsnight.

They were discussing the race murder of Kriss Donald and related matters. During the interview McKenzie was good enough to admit (many years too late):

"It's utterly disgraceful, television, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, it doesn't matter who it is, national newspapers, including my own, The Sun, radio national bulletins, none of them have covered that disgraceful crime in Glasgow… If that had been the other way around… if a you black lad who'd been pulled off the streets knifed and then burned alive it would have been a huge story, correctly. Why doesn't it happen the other way around?

There is no doubt that… If you believe you're a victim of an ethnic minority and you're white there is nowhere to go. Editors are so liberal that they are scared to be seen that they're moving to the right of their paper so that when something happens to somebody white well that's over there but they report a black victim."

Lee Jasper interposed at this point and said:

"I think that's slightly naïve… what interesting about the victims you had there is that they were all prosecuted they were all convicted they were all put away If you contrast that with Jay Abatan in Brighton or Singh Shoka… their murderers walked away and have not been prosecuted, there has been no successful prosecution."

If you want to check out a very different slant on the Jay Abatan killing to that which Jasper,(both black and Jewish)and co. have been trumpeting for the last seven years, go here:

http://iamanenglishman.com/page.php?...&iParentId=392

After it was pointed out that Nationalists had been reporting those deaths in the white, British community at the hands of the ethnic minorities, when the mainstream media had never bothered, Jasper also said: "those cases are hijacked... they have been hijacked".

Mark Easton put it this way:

"Among the white community many of those people feel that this is a subject that just never gets discussed by the media and that Into that vacuum the FAR RIGHT has moved and often tried to sign up for their own cause. One is Ross Parker… who was murdered in 2001…by an Asian gang. The judge said it was a racist murder…

His family were approached by one FAR RIGHT GROUP and told them to GET LOST but they still feel very strongly that because their son was white the crime didn't cause nearly as much stir as it would have done if he'd been black."

Later on, Easton managed to find his stride and got down to the serious business of Brit-Bashing.

This was how he put it:

"The NATIONAL FRONT Front has a really DISGUSTING WEBSITE (raising his voice and sneering) described as THE FALLEN LIST which is their great long list of people THEY CLAIM (raising his voice and sneering) were victims of killings by black and ethnic minority people…

This was the case with Ross Parker's parents… the last thing they want is for their relative to become a POLITICAL FOOTBALL and I think that there is a concern that if we don't talk about this… white people who feel that they have been the victim of race crime, it will allow the RIGHT WING to come in".

Easton then heaped contempt upon the Nationalists' attempts to publish what was really happening in this country over the years.

This despite admitting earlier in the interview that, according to the British Crime Survey, serious racial attacks upon white people, which involved wounding, were 5 times higher than they were upon Black and Asian. He then excused the figures to some extent by saying:

"We have to be so careful with the figures. Because 90% of the population is white actually, the risk of being a victim of racial crime is higher in black and minority ethnic groups".

Which is a creative way of putting it.

A less creative way of putting it might have had Easton point out that a similar extrapolation from the same British Crime Survey suggests that an individual black person is 110 times more likely to kill an individual white person than the other way around, an Asian being over 20 times more likely.

During this Newsnight segment Ross Parker's mother, Davinia, also said this:

"Because we are white, English, we didn't get the coverage… and that's what makes us angry. It's just as if we (the media) don't care any more, we don't care. I mean what was Ross's life worth, nothing because nobody seems to bother".

Now then, I don't know if Mark Easton was lying, exaggerating or telling it straight when he said that the Parkers told the FAR RIGHT "to get lost".

If he was telling the truth, it's a shame that Ross's parents didn't show some appreciation of a committed group of British lads who cared enough to tell their son's story and keep his memory alive when the media big shots were not the least bit interested in doing so themselves.

Quite a few sneering epithets were used throughout the Newsnight piece to describe those who have been prepared to point out homicidal black-on-white crime over the years. Funny isn't it? For almost the first time, the BBC decided to talk about anti-white criminality in some depth and, when they do so, it's perfectly OK. However, regarding the efforts of the FAR RIGHT to fill in a forty-odd year BBC gap, well, that not OK at all. They were only trying to "sign up for their own cause" unwary relatives of the various deceased who, most often would tell them "to GET LOST".

Figuring out who has always told the uncomfortable truth and who has always tried to prevent it becoming known is much easier when you have all the evidence in front of you.

If anyone who reads this essayis unaware of the "claims" that The Fallen List has made over the years, why don't take a look for yourself at the National Front's "disgusting website".

The briefest of internet checks will alert you as to who is the most truthful; a Brit-Nat bashing media darling called Mark Easton or a bunch of "political footballers" like the National Front.

One thing we can definitely say, no matter how they put it, what the British Nationalist has been telling the indigenous population of this country for more than 50 years now is, all of a sudden, becoming acceptable in the mainstream. I reckon the snide attempts to discredit those who dared to do their job, when they would not, will not gain the Mark Eastons of this world too many brownie points.

They've been at it too long. Their form is in the book. Or should I say, their form is NOT in the book.

The Fallen List may be found here:

http://www.drypool.net/cgi-bin/system.pl?id=nfflist

If you want to check out a bunch of media-protected first and second- generation immigrants, go here:

http://iamanenglishman.com/rogues_gallery.php

This is Mark Easton, the BBC's Home Editor:








On the 17th of February 2007, the Stop the Fascist BNP National Conference was held at the TUC Conference Centre in Great Russell St, London.

Amongst those attending were:

Brendan Barber, TUC General Secretary; Jerry Dammers, ex-pop star;Lethal Bizzle, of the rap group, Grime Star; Peter Hain MP; Jeremy Corbyn MP; Mary Senior, STUC Assistant General Secretary; Drew McConnell, of the Babyshambles pop group; Billy Hayes, CWU General Secretary; Paul Mackney, UCU Joint General Secretary, Keith Sonnet Unison Dep General Secretary; Gemma Tumelty, NUS President; Dr Mohammed Abdul Bari, MCB General Secretary; Alan Wardle, a Stonewall Director, Henry Guterman MBE, a refugee from the Holocaust; Dr. Edie Friedman, theDirector of theJewish Council For Racial Equality; Maleiha Malik of Kings College, London; Glyn Ford, MEP; Representatives of Imaan, the Muslim LGBT support group; a representative of NUS LGBT Campaign; Ian Pace, a classical pianist; Hardkaur, the UK's first Asian female rapper; Sam Duckworth, aka Get Cape Wear Cape Fly; Kirsten Hearn, adisability rights campaigner; Martin Smith ofLove Music Hate Racism; Lee Jasper, theNational Assembly Against Racism Secretary; Mohammed Azam, ofNorth West Unite Against Fascism; andSabby Dhalu and Weyman Bennett ofUnite Against Fascism.


Edie Friedman, Director of Jewish Council for Racial Equality, who is, of course, Jewish,said:

"UAF must bring together all communities so that we will be more effective in combating racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism. This is critical if we are to stop the BNP making further gains."


Alan Wardle Stonewall Director of Parliamentary & Public Affairs, who is gay,said:

"The BNP routinely incites hatred towards lesbian, gay and bisexual people, as well as targeting people on racial and religious grounds. We welcome this conference as an opportunity to... challenge the politics of hatred."


Weyman Bennett, Joint Secretary of Unite Against Fascism, who is black,said:

"The BNP remains a Nazi organisation; its members are involved in violent racist attacks. It craves respectability to extend this terrorism to the whole of society; it remains a clear and present danger to a democratic society".

This is Weyman Bennett:




On the the day of the great anti-BNP bash, The Daily Mail offered up the article Opponents Unite to Plot Against the BNP.

This is what was said:

"Celebrities, politicians, trade unions and leaders of religious and ethnic groups are among those gathering to campaign against the British National Party.
The Unite Against Fascism conference in central London will see former Specials musician Jerry Dammers and the Babyshambles join Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain, Muslim and Jewish leaders, students and gay rights campaigners to discuss how to combat the far right organisation.
Delegates will discuss why communities should unite against the BNP, as well as strategies to stop the party gaining votes. Other themes will include how to defend multiculturalism, challenge homophobia and prevent the BNP gaining a platform in the media and education.
Mr Hain said:

'Progressives have a moral duty to fight fascism wherever it rears its ugly head. The Anti-Nazi League played a leading role in helping end the evil of the National Front. Now we must unite to combat the BNP racists and their ideology of hate - that is why it is important that we build Unite Against Fascism today'...

Also attending the conference are: Keith Sonnet, deputy general secretary of Unison; TUC general secretary Brendan Barber; and Dr Mohammed Abdul Bari, secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain.
They will be joined by, among others, Gemma Tumelty, president of the National Union of Students, musicians, disability rights campaigners and Holocaust survivor Henry Guterman."

I thought you might be interested in checking out the characters mentioned in the article aboveso here are their mugshots:

This is what Peter Hain looked like when hefirst came over here from South Africa.



A little while afterHain arrived he became the first leader of the Anti-Nazi League, an organisation that was founded by the Socialist workers party and the Board of Deputies of British Jews.

Interestingly, the SWP was also founded by a Jewish gentleman.

Here is another Jewish gentleman, "Holocaust Survivor", Henry Guterman sharing a jolly jest with some twit:



My father survived WWII as well. He was one of the first out of the boat on D-Day.

He isn't surviving any more, unfortunately.

Unlike Henry Guterman and so many of those who "survived" the "Holocaust".


This is Mohammed Abdul Bari, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain:



Thisis whatDr Bari, Secretary General of Muslim Council of Britain, thinks:

"The increasing electoral gain of the BNP... demonstrates the mounting problem of fascism in UK politics... This xenophobic climate in which victims are portrayed as perpetrators and perpetrators are dignified must be challenged and arrested by those that understand all too clearly the threat fascism poses to our democracy."

Oh, were the Muslims who blew up 56 people, including themselves, and injured 900 more in London on 7/7/2005just "victims" who were portrayed as "perpetrators",Mohammed?

Were those who so carelessly got themselves blown up the real "perpetrators", I wonder?

Or maybe Nick Griffin was the bad guy? Ah yes, he would be someone who "poses a threat to OUR democracy".

After all, he did predict 7/7 the year before it occurred. And was then brought to trial for having issued that warning. A warning which, if heeded, would have saved the lives of so many innocents.

Maybe he gave your lot the original idea.

Hmm, I guess we'll all have to have a little think about that one Abdul.


Jerry Dammers, formerly of The Specials & Special AKA, said:

"The BNP are like the Daleks; no matter how many times they're defeated they don't get the message...We can't be complacent and relax the struggle against them... Everyone should do everything they can to counteract them."

Actually Jerry, contary to what folks like you wouldlike people to believe, the BNP don'tgo round saying, "
"exterminate, exterminate". On the other hand, the Marxist comedian, Jeremy Hardy,a bloke whose philosophy wouldn't be a million miles from yours,did once saythis on the Radio 4 show Speaks to the Nation:

"In some areas of the country the British National Party has been doing quite well electorally… The BNP are Nazis... If you just took everyone from the BNP, and everyone who votes for them, and shot them in the back of the head, there would be a brighter future for us all."

Which wasn't very nice now was it?

Jerry Dammers,who once wrote a song called, Free Nelson Mandela, is pictured below:



If you want to check out a slightly different take on Mr Mandela than the one Jerry Dammers would point you to, check out Nelson Mandela and the Rainbow Nation here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=128&iParentId=19


Here are another bunch of pop stars of the Babyshambles variety.

Drew McConnell of UAF, an Irish chap who was brought up in Spain, is the chap in the hat second from the right.



Keith Sonnet, UNISON Deputy General Secretary said:

"Trade unions must stand together against the racist threat. The BNP's presence throws a shadow over our democracy. It masquerades as a legitimate political party, but it preys on fear and ignorance and promotes hate... The fascists and their parties have to be stopped in their tracks. As a nation, we should be ashamed of the growth of far right politics... It is an absolute duty for unions to fight racism in our society, the spawning ground of ultra right wing politics. We must pledge to step up our campaign against racism and fascism. UNISON will fight racism wherever it rears its ugly head."


Brendan Barber, TUC General Secretary said:

"It is important that everyone who believes in democracy and equal rights for all unites to show extremists that there is no place in our society for those that seek to stir up tensions between our many diverse communities...

We will ensure that the attempts of those on the far right to create hatred and division in towns and cities across the UK will never succeed."


Gemma Tumelty, President of the National Union of Students said:

"The fascist BNP are targeting students with the aim of recruiting young people to their politics of hatred... The NUS has a proud history of preventing fascism from gaining a foothold within the student movement. We will be doing everything in our power to ensure that the student vote is fully mobilised to help stop the BNP from making further gains"

Keith Sonnet, Deputy General Secretary of Unison; Brendan Barber,General Secretary of the TUC and Gemma Tumelty, President of the National Union of Students are pictured below:



In the 1950s, according to the ubiquitous anti-Brit, Trevor Phillips, Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, 90 percent of the British people wanted all immigration stopped.

In the programme You the Judge, seen on British television just a few years ago, 64 percent of the 90,000 people who contacted the programme within the hour it was on were still saying that they wanted all immigration stopped. This despite the fact that the four asylum-seeking cases presented to them were the most harrowing imaginable.

It's funny how many Union leaders, who are supposed to stick up for what their members want, have been just as busy as the politicians giving their members preciselyWHAT THEY DIDN'T WANT over the years, don't you think?







In May 2007,the Centre for Crime and Justice Studiessuggested thatthe age of criminal responsibility should be raised from 10 to 18.

The report they produced also suggests that children should no longer be sent to prison.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main...questid=978828

Rebecca Palmer, of the Children and Young People's Unit at the Greater London Authority, said:

"The negative perception of young people as 'hoodie-wearing yobs' should be concertedly challenged. The age of criminal responsibility should be raised to 18 and Asbos should be abolished".

My father was feeding his family when he was six.

I was making Sunday dinners for my working parents when I was ten and I knew right from wrong a long time before that. The PC creatures who dream up these commonsenseless directives have, almost always, never had a proper job in their lives. There is one idea and one only behind this latest nonsense. This is it: how do we drive down the black crime statistics? (To make it appear to the truly dim as though there is next to no black criminality)

Enver Solomon, the deputy director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, said this:

"We are publishing this because we believe the current age of criminal responsibility is too low and there needs to be an urgent rethink... We think the new Ministry of Justice should make it a priority to look again at the age of criminal responsibility".

I would suggest that Mr Solomon go back to the land where most of his ancestors are buried and try out his ideas on the current inhabitants.

I don't think those who shoot the little boys that throw stones at their tanks would be too impressed with Enver's philosophy.



Enver Solomon




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