23.5.06

The PC Crowd

This is Alan Simpson:





Alan Simpson, the New Labour MP for Nottingham South,voted to decriminalise cannabis and signed all of the EDMs promoting the drug's decriminalisation which led up to the vote.


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".

Simpson must be heartily congratulated for signing eight EDMs introduced into Parliament, during the lifetime of the New Labour government, concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.

However, he also signed an EDM, which showed concern for Sandra Gregory, a drug courier who was caught trying to smuggle 88 grams of heroin out of Thailand back to the UK.

The efforts of Simpson et al. facilitated her early transfer from Thailand to a British prison where she was allowed to serve the remainder of her already commuted sentence.

Whilst he was signing the 8 welcome EDMs on behalf of British men and women unjustly imprisoned abroad, Simpson signedaround80! That's 80EDMs concerned with the situation of foreigners in prison overseas, most of whom had committed the crimes which they had been accused of.

Simpson 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.

He signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel, although police investigations have never been able to conclude anything other than that Reel fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

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.

Ogunwobi was, last time I looked, a Hackney Councillor helping other immigrants to get into Britain and, once here, to stay.

Simpsonalso 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 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.

Simpson also signed an EDM sympathising with Asian teenager, Muktar Ahmed.

He also 3 EDMs mentioning black teenager, Rolan Adams and 2 mentioning Asian, Rohit Duggal

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

He signed an EDM condemning the police and sympathising with and 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.

Simpsonalso 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.

Simpson signed a simply enormous amount of Early Day Motions sympathetic to and supportive of asylum-seekers, refugees and immigrants since he became an MP.

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.

Simpson also signed 10 out of the 13 EDMs which mentioned Stephen Lawrence, two of which also sympathised with his parents.

He also signed the EDM which called for the release of Satpal Ram, a violent Asian drunkard, who stabbed an unarmed Englishman to death whilst he was eating out with friends.

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

He signed EDMs noting the deaths of Roger Sylvester, Brian Douglas, Shiji Lapite, Wayne Douglas,and Ibrahim Sey all of whom died in police custody, "following restraint by police officers".

He also signed two EDMs sympathising with black woman, Joy Gardner, who died in the custody of immigration service officials.

Simpson 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.

However, Simpson never bothered to sign any EDMs commemorating the deaths of Nottingham lads, Darren Bennett, Stephen Kirby and Andrew Blacknell, who hanged themselves in Nottingham Jail in 2003.

In fact, Simpson has only ever signed one EDM commemorating a white, English boy who died in custody. At just 15-years of age, he was the youngest ever to commit suicide in a British jail.

How many of you know this boy's name?

You would not think it, given the levels of pro-immigrant, anti-British propaganda put out by PC types like Simpson, but many, many more white, British men, boys, women and girls have died in custody than Blacks or Asians.

Since New Labour took power, Simpson signed at least 5 EDMs sympathising with foreign women who had been raped overseas. However, Simpson has never bothered to demontrate any sympathy for the hundreds of thousands of British women and girls who have been raped by first and second-generation immigrants in this country over the last fifty years or so.

Nor did he ever bother to inform us of 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".

Nor did Simpson sign either of the following EDMs, which were concerned with paedophilia in Britain:

"This House notes the concern expressed by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children on the novel, The End of Alice, about a pervert who rapes a 12 year-old girl before stabbing her 64 times; fears that the novel could encourage paedophiles to believe their activities are acceptable".

"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... 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".

Nor did Simpson mention any of the following incidents in parliament, nor did he or sign or introduce any EDM sympathising with the plight of the victims, all of whom were attacked in Nottingham, where Simpson is an MP.

On the 29th of October, 1994, a 16-year-old girl was raped in Nottingham by Asif Massod.

In October, 2001, Phillip Kambeta, an illegal immigrant from Malawi, was found guilty of raping a woman who had a mental age of two. He was working in a residential home in Nottingham at the time.

In October, 2001, a 19-year-old student, who was a virgin at the time, was raped six times in Nottingham by Akhtar Naseem, who abducted her and held her prisoner for 42 hours.

On the 4th of August, 2002, Ali Merbhian raped a 24-year-old Nottingham woman after she hailed his cab in the city.

On the 4th of March, 2004, a woman was pushing a pram in Nottingham when she was accosted and raped by a "dark-skinned man" in front of her child.

In May, 2004, failed Iranian asylum seeker, Omid Samipour, from Radford Road, Nottingham, was charged with rape. He failed to appear for trial after being bailed.

On the 18th of February, 2005, the BBC website told us that, Mohammed Sha Shabaz, an Iraqi refugee, had been jailed for five years for raping a woman at a party in Nottingham.


Simpson never saw fit to sign an EDM commemorating the son of Samantha Tuff who was murdered in Nottingham on the 17th of February, 1999, by her black boyfriend, Gary Davis.

Davis, a father of five, subjected the four-year-old and his brother to extreme levels of abuse. He beat them with sticks and a cricket bat. The ill treatment came to a head after the four-year-old spent the night in a cupboard as punishment for not being able to sleep. Davis made the boy jog on the spot fully clothed in front of a gas fire on full power, hitting his feet with a cricket bat if he did not lift them high enough. He then dumped the boy in a bath full of freezing cold water. Davis repeated the process twice more before the little boy feinted. A short afterwards he lapsed into a coma.

He died in hospital later that day. A post mortem revealed that he had more than 60 injuries on his body, including a ruptured liver.

Neither did Simpson sign an EDM mentioning the August, 2000, Nottingham murder of Mark Barlow by Ariah Mollet.

Nor did he sign an EDM commemorating 18-year-old Wayne Jowett, who died in the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham in February, 2001.Dr Feda Mulhem ordered a highly dangerous drug to be injected in Wayne's spine instead of a vein. This procedure proved fatal.

In court, the jury heard that Mulhem had not taken any notice of what was written on the patient's haematology chart, had failed to check which drug should have been administered and had also failed to check the route of administration which would have told him that the drug should have been injected into a vein.Mulhem came to work in Britain in 1998, after qualifying in Syria.

Over 50% ofcases such as thisinvolve doctors and nurses from the third world.

Nor did Simpsonsign an EDM commemorating Nottinghamshire lad, Thomas Scott, who was the victim of an unprovoked assault in Kentish Town, London in 2002.

Thomas and his brother were attacked by four Asian youths. Thomas was left with a fractured skull and died in hospital after his life support machine was switched off.

Mohamed Ahmed was sentenced to two years. One 17-year-old and two 16-year-olds were given 18-month detention and training orders.

Nor did Simpson sign an EDM commemorating Nottingham resident, Mandy Skedd, who was stabbed to death by Mark Odeyemi at her home in November, 2004, as she was babysitting two small children.

Nor did Simpson sign an EDM sympathising with Gareth Wilshaw, who was subjected to a murderous assault by three black teenagers.

Simpson has, in fact, never signed an EDM commemorating any of the many indigenous Britons who have been violently attacked by a first or second-generation immigrant since he became an MP.


And if you haven't got the picture quite yet, on the 28th of June, 2001, in the House of Commons, Simpson said:

"We intend to... build the unified, cohesive, inclusive and multiracial communities in which I hope most of us want to live".

Simpson is well aware that 200,000 or so mostly British people leave this country every year because they can't stand it any more. He is well aware of the terms "white flight" and "ethnic cleansing" and how those terms pertain to this country much more than they ever did in the former Yugoslavia.

He is well aware of the opinion polls, carried out over the last 50 years, which have demonstrated time and time again that the indigenous community wanted immigration stopped.

Simpson knows full well that most of us do not want to live in his non-existent happy, clappy-land.

Simpson is the absolute epitome of the bleeding heart whose heart does not bleed for us.


Let's take a look at some of the other EDMs Simpson has signed.

"This House believes that encouraging international students to study in the UK is good... welcomes the Prime Minister's initiative to... provide easier access to UK education for international students... welcomes the initiative to provide more scholarships for international students; and calls on business and education to work with Government to... attract international students."


About 400,000 "international students" enter this country every year.

The last time I looked the government did not keep a check on whether any of them were leaving when their "studies" had been completed.

I bet there aren't many of you knew that.

160,000 immigrants that the government is prepared to admit it knows about entering the country every year, God knows how many it doesn't know about and then, on top of all that, 400,000 people who may or may not have come here to learn.


It's called War in the real world, ladies and gentlemen.

In the make-believe world that Simpson and co. inhabit, it's called happy-clappy land.


Simpson has said this in the House of Commons:

"In respect of the education of refugee children... they add enormously to the quality of education in schools... They have a hunger to learn and an enthusiasm to integrate... acquisition of English will be most rapid if new pupils engage and work with other children in the class...

The host children are central to this solution... can we reflect on the importance of integration in mainstream schools rather than on the creation of separate schools in accommodation centres?"

And, on the 16th of June, 1999, he also said this:

"I spent more than a dozen years working in race relations and on anti-racist issues... if we are genuinely committed to an inclusive society, we must start with the inclusion of all children, irrespective of race, ethnic origin and the status with which they arrived in this country".


Yep, we must include all of those kiddies who speak no English in the classrooms with our own.

Our kids may be bored, unchallenged and frustrated whilst teacher is concentrating on the new arrivals, but at least they'll learn from an early age who their future bosses will be.


Simpson has also signed an EDM which states:

"This House... welcomes Her Majesty's Government's recognition of Kosovars as refugees and expects Her Majesty's Government to extend this status to those awaiting a decision and to new arrivals... expects Her Majesty's Government to waive visa requirements, suspend carrier sanctions and safe third country removals for Kosovars who arrive in the United Kingdom individually."


Most people in this country will be unaware of the fact the Kosovo Liberation Army deliberately provoked the war in Kosovo.

The systematic rape of Serbian women and girls and the casual murder of a number of the innocent Serbian minority, eventually provoked Belgrade to retaliate. Most of those who live in Kosovo are of Albanian origin.

75 per cent. of all the prostitution in London is now controlled by Albanians.


Simpsonalso signed a great many EDMs which mentioned the words "cruel" and/or "cruelty" with reference to the treatment of animals and voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and has signed almost all of the most important EDMs which signalled abhorrence of the practice.

However, he signed just 3 EDMs which mentioned the words "cruel" and/or "cruelty" with reference to the treatment of children.

And he never bothered to sign an EDM which criticised 'the profound suffering caused to many millions of animals every year by slaughter without pre-stunning'.

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 is now, overwhelmingly, a Jewish indulgence.


Simpson signed all four of the Early Day Motions, introduced since New Labour came to power, which eulogised and commended "Holocaust Memorial Day".

He signed another EDM which expressed "its 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", and "also expresses its contempt for the local priest... who dismissed the apology as 'holocaust business'."

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 was Stalin's right-hand man, Lazar Kaganovich, was a Jew.


Simpson didn't 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" either.


Bleeding heart Simpson's heart was obviously not bleeding when he decided not to 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.


Simpsonvoted on two occasions to lower the homosexual age of consent 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 signed two of the three of the Early Day Motions sympathetic to individuals who have had a sex change.

He 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".


Simpson also signed an Early Day Motion titled: "Humane Treatment for Migrants with HIV".

This EDM 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 of these politically correct bleeding hearts, 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.


The following 73 MPs signed Neil Gerrard's EDM:

Neil Gerrard, Jenny Tonge, Andrew George, Martyn Smyth, Ronnie Campbell, Kevin McNamara, Paul Holmes, Lynne Jones, Terry Davis, Ann Cryer, Martin Caton, Glenda Jackson, Terry Lewis, Harold Best, Harry Barnes, Sylvia Hermon, Win Griffiths, Edward Davey, Vincent Cable, Alan Meale, Greg Pope, Paul Tyler, Karen Buck, Jim Dobbin, Simon Thomas, Helen Clark, Syd Rapson, Eobert Wareing, Janet Dean, Chris Smith, Kelvin Hopkins, Betty Williams, Rudi Vis, Peter Bottomley, Andrew Dismore, Ian Gibson, Elfyn Llwyd, Paul Stinchcombe, Paul Daisley, (deceased) John Barrett, Desmond Turner, Tony Clarke, Roy Beggs, Julia Drown, David Hamilton, Nigel Jones, Jim Cousins, Rob Marris, Mohammad Sarwar, Norman Lamb, Doug Naysmith, Jeremy Corbyn, Michael Clapham; David Borrow; Sandra Gidley; Joan Ruddock; John McDonnell; Julie Morgan; Sue Doughty; John Robertson; Harry Cohen; Mike Wood; Gavin Strang; Paul Marsden; Patsy Calton; Nick Harvey; Chris McCafferty; Michael Moore; Andrew Stunell; Bill Etherington; Hywel Williams; Alan Simpson and David Lepper.


At this moment in time, in some parts of sub-Saharan Africa as many as 1 in3 of all adults are infected with the AIDS virus.

If the true extent of the sexual irresponsibility of the many black, African men, who have brought the AIDS virus with them into this country, were to become known, the stark culpability of those who signed the EDM above would be obvious.

I say that those who knowingly infect others with the AIDS virus, in the certain knowledge that the lives of those they infect will be shortened considerably, have committed premeditated murder in the real world and manslaughter at least, even in the Gospel according to St. Tony.

I may say that, if 500 men like myself were voted into parliament, those who put their name to the aforementioned EDM would be tried for the same crime.

You may rest assured that the government's eraser has been working overtime on this one and many, manymore British women will have been infected than those mentioned at this website.


After the terrible tragedy that occurred in London on the 7th of July, 2005, you might have expected some of the most PC in parliament to rein in their horns a little, wouldn't you?

After all, it is their encouragement and promotion of everything alien that led directly to the deaths of the 52 people who died and the 700 or so others who were injured.

However, in the days that followed the terrorist bombings, I was only able to find one EDM that was in any way critical of the government's immigration policy.

This EDM said:

"This House, following the recent statement of the Prime Minister that several hundred individuals had left the UK to train in terrorist camps abroad and had then been allowed back into this country, calls upon the Government to take swift action to prevent such individuals being able to return to the UK and continue to go about their business as free agents in society."


On the other hand, there was a plethora of EDMs, introduced in the fortnight following the bombings.

These demonstrated concern for the "minority communities", "ethnic minorities" "the Asian community", "asylum and immigration", "refugees", "refugee families" "Race Relations", "foreign students", "discrimination", "inclusiveness and diversity" and "the diverse and multicultural character of the UK".


One of these EDMs said this:

"This House is concerned at the proposal... to end the practice of granting indefinite leave to remain in the UK... it is a retrograde step since it reverses the policy of granting indefinite leave... without any evidence either that problems have arisen as a result of the current policy".

Do you get that?

"Without any evidence either that problems have arisen as a result of the current policy".

52 people were dead, seven hundred more lay terribly injured, and the hideously immoral, self-serving simpletons in Westminster were still insisting, less than a week after the bombings, that our asylum system is perfectly OK and shouldn't be amended in any way.

No matter how many people have to die we must not hurt the feelings of the immigrant under any circumstances, even if they are preaching hatred and mass murder in the mosques.


Another EDM said:

"This House... notes... the reports of over 100 separate racial attacks against members of the British Asian community since 7th July; and urges the Government to do everything in its power to ensure that those responsible are dealt with immediately so that nothing imperils the diverse and multicultural character of the UK."

Yep, we should definitely do everything in our power to catch those who call the non-white with the knapsack naughty names, all right!

We don't want such darling types rushing off back to Pakistan or Jamaica in tears, now do we? I mean, if they did, it might just "imperil the diverse and multicultural character of the UK!"


Another EDM said:

"This House fully supports the 120 vice-chancellors of UK universities in their objection to the plans to tighten visa rules for foreign students".

Yep, those foreign students bring a bit of dosh and intelligence into the country, don't they?

And the fact that they bring a lot of other stuff, which might not be quite so nice, well, who cares? It's only the racists and the Nazis who are bothered about bombs and diseases and rape and murder and ethnic cleansing anyway.


Another EDM said:

"This House... following the London bombings on 7th July, condemns all the subsequent attacks on minority communities... recalls and condemns the several attacks suffered... by minority communities following the New York atrocity of 11th September 2001; and so urges the Home Secretary, chief constables and local authorities to take very seriously... any such attacks".

Well, I don't disagree with this.

It's pretty obvious stuff. If someone behaves unpleasantly towards someone else, sort 'em out! That's what is supposed to happen. Why bother making a meal of it?

Instead of stating the bleeding obvious, you PC types who signed this EDM, why did you not bother to criticise those who had justdisintegrated 52 people whom they'd never even met?

Why didn't you have a go at them for once in your life?


Thing is folks, you might expect, at this time, when certain members of the immigrant community have expressed their hatred of the native population in the most extreme way possible, that the PC crowd might show a little compassion for us for a change.

You might imagine that some of those who signed these latter four EDMs might just have been tempted to sign the one that called "upon the Government to take action to prevent" the bad guys from returning to the UK and continuing "their business as free agents in society".

Well, one or two of them did but most did not.


Alan Simpson, the New Labour MP for Nottingham South, for instance, did not.

He signed all four of the pro-immigrant EDMs cited above but he didn't think it fitting to sign the one that was just a little bit safety conscious and asked that those who had "left the UK to train in terrorist camps abroad"be preventedfrom "being able to return to the UK".

Only the ghastly, New Labour and old Tory PC bumwags,Neil Gerrardand Peter Bottomley, did whatSimpson did in the wake of the 7/7 bombings.


For those of you who care about the terrible things our MPs are prepared to do, think and say on behalf of everyone else on the planet but us,here is a list of all those MPs who signed any of the last four EDMs quoted, who did not sign the first one.

The figure in brackets denotes the number of EDMs signed.

Conservative Party:

Peter Bottomley, (4) Peter Luff, (2) John Randall (1).

New Labour Party:

Diane Abbott, (2) Clive Betts, (1) David Borrow, (2) Richard Burden, (2) Martin Caton, (3) Michael Clapham, (3) David Clelland, (1) Harry Cohen, (1) Jeremy Corbyn, (3) Jon Cruddas, (1) David Drew, (2) Clive Efford, (3) Louise Ellman, (1) Helen Goodman, (1) Neil Gerrard, (4) David Hamilton, (1) David Heyes, (1) Jimmy Hood, (1) Eric Illsley, (1) Glenda Jackson, (3) Piara Khabra, (1) Sadiq Khan, (1) Mark Lazarowicz, (1) David Lepper, (1) Tony Lloyd, (1) Andrew Love, (2) Khalid Mahmood, (1) Shahid Malik, (1) Rob Marris, (3) Robert Marshall Andrews, (1) Chris McCafferty, (2) Ann McKechin, (1) John McDonnell, (3) Alan Meale, (1) Julie Morgan, (3) Sandra Osborne, (1) Greg Pope, (1) Joan Ruddock, (3) Mohammed Sarwar, (1) Alan Simpson, (4) John P Smith, (2) Peter Soulsby, (2) Desmond Turner, (1) Keith Vaz, (2) Betty Williams. (2)

Liberal Democrats:

John Barrett, (1) Tom Brake, (2) Annette Brooke, (3) Vincent Cable, (3) Sandra Gidley, (2) Nick Harvey, (2) Paul Holmes, (3) David Howarth, (1) Simon Hughes, (2) John Leech, (3) Greg Mulholland, (1) Paul Rowen, (1) Andrew Stunell, (3) Jo Swinson, (1) Sarah Teather, (3) Mark Williams, (1) Stephen Williams. (2)

Social Democratic and Labour Party:

Mark Durcan. (2)

Plaid Cymru:

Elfyn Llwyd, Hywel Williams. (2)

Respect:

George Galloway. (1)

Scottish National Party:

Mike Weir. (1)

Ulster Unionist Party:

Sylvia Hermon. (1)


To reiterate:

Neil Gerrard, Alan Simpson and Peter Bottomley were quite happy to sign all four immigrant-fondling EDMs that were introduced in the wake of the mass murder that took place in London on 7/7.

And yet, they were not moved to sign an EDM which might have made it a bit more difficult for those who had "left the UK to train in terrorist camps" to get back into the UK.


I say these creeps are traitors to their tribe.

What do you say?


Alan Simpson was a social worker before he became an MP.

Between 1979 and 1992, he was a research officer for the Nottingham Racial Equality Council.


For more of the unbelievablelow-down on this quintessentially PC member of parliament, go here







On June 28, 2001, Alan Simpson, New Labour MP for Nottingham South, said this in the House of Commons:

"We (New Labour) intend to... build the unified, cohesive, inclusive and multiracial communities in which I hope most of us want to live."


In the 1950s, opinion polls demonstrated time and time again that the British people wanted all immigration stopped.

Trevor Phillips, the Head of the Commission for Racial Equality, himself, admits that 90 per cent of the British were dead set against immigration at this time.


In 2003, the TV programme, You the Judge, featured four of the most harrowing asylum cases imaginable.

After each one had been shown, the presenter asked the viewer to ring up and state whether they believed that the asylum seeker in question should be allowed to stay in England.

64 per cent. of the 90,000 people who telephoned the programme said that NONE of them should be allowed to stay. Thus, even after 40 years of remorseless PC propaganda, two thirds of the British people want ALL immigration brought to a halt, no matter how terrible the situation of the claimant.


In February, 2005, a YouGov poll asked those taking part if immigration was having a positive effect on the quality of life in Britain.

Only 19 per cent. agreed with this proposition.

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.

Why is the "white flight" of the English from their own capital city always ignored by the Alan Simpsons of this world? Why do their hearts always bleed for Jenny and Johnny-come-lately whey they never bleed at all for their own?

Alan Simpson knows what the polls have always said and he knows what the actual statistics are. He knew full well in June, 2001, that most of the British people did NOT want to live in the "inclusive and multiracial communities" that he spoke of. And yet he said it, as they all do.

The Marxist politician is taught that, if he tells a lie often enough, it will, eventually, come to be believed. This technique has come to be known as brainwashing.

The truth is, it's only the PC politico, the global villager, the media darling and the first and second-generation immigrants themselves who ever wanted to turn Britain into an "inclusive and multiracial community".

Throughout all human history, wherever unassimilable immigration has occurred, tension and chaos have resulted. No indigenous population has ever wanted to be colonised by another, let alone many others as the British have been. Human beings, along with the rest of the animal kingdom, want to live amongst their own kind, with those whose behaviour they recognise and understand, they don't wish to live alongside those they do not know or care for. That is an absolute lesson of history.

The dishonest nonsense that the Orwellian mindbenders keep on churning out just doesn't work down here on the streets. Ask the millions of Brits who have been ethnically cleansed out of their own neighbourhoods over the last fifty years if you don't believe me. They know it, you know it, even Alan Simpson knows it. He's just not about to say it.


Immigration Minister, Barabara Roche, a second-generation Jewish immigrant herself, was the first to say that we need another 150,000 LEGAL immigrants coming here every year.

In June, 2002, Tony B Liar insisted that we needed this same number, "to look after us in our old age." And then, in November, 2003, David Blunkett, the Home Secretary at the time, said:

"It is a crowded island, we've always been a crowded island... A net increase of 200,000 people per year is permanently sustainable."

This statement was made shortly after the results of You The Judge had informed the politicians, for the umpteenth time, what the British people really craved.


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. For example:


Since New Labour took power, Simpson signed at least 5 EDMs sympathising with foreign women who had been raped overseas.

These told us that:

"This House notes that between 1931 and 1945 Japan systematically rounded up over 200,000 girls and young women in occupied territories and forced them to work as sex slaves for the Japanese military".

"This House is appalled by the enslavement of over 5,000 people in Ghana... notes that most of the slaves are unpaid female farm labourers working for the shrine priests, and are often raped and abused."

"This House... believes that the violence and traumatic rape of Ms Rose Najjemba by Ugandan soldiers is not just 'simple and dreadful lust'; and further believes that the decision to refuse her asylum should be overturned and she should be granted asylum or... protection from expulsion from the United Kingdom".

"This House is appalled by the continued violations of human rights committed by the State Peace and Development Council in Burma... believes that the... systematic use of rape as a weapon of war and countless violations of human rights against the Karen, Karenni and Shan people constitute genocide".

"This House notes the Human Rights Watch report 'We'll Kill You if You Cry' and commends the organisation for revealing the extent of the problem of rape in contemporary civil wars; further notes that thousands of people were brutally raped in the 1991 to 2000 civil war in Sierra Leone... and calls on Her Majesty's Government... to ensure that... rehabilitation services are made available to victims of rape".


However, Simpson did not sign either of the following EDMs, which were concerned with paedophilia in Britain:

"This House notes the concern expressed by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children on the novel, The End of Alice, about a pervert who rapes a 12 year-old girl before stabbing her 64 times; fears that the novel could encourage paedophiles to believe their activities are acceptable".

"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... 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".


Nor did Simpson mention any of the following incidents in parliament, nor did he or sign or introduce any EDM sympathising with the plight of the victims:

On the 29th of October, 1994, a 16-year-old girl was raped in Nottingham by Asif Massod.

In October, 2001, Phillip Kambeta, an illegal immigrant from Malawi, was found guilty of raping a woman who had a mental age of two. He was working in a residential home in Nottingham at the time.

In October, 2001, a 19-year-old student, who was a virgin at the time, was raped six times in Nottingham by Akhtar Naseem, who abducted her and held her prisoner for 42 hours.

On the 4th of August, 2002, Ali Merbhian raped a 24-year-old Nottingham woman after she hailed his cab in the city.

On the 4th of March, 2004, a woman was pushing a pram in Nottingham when she was accosted and raped by a "dark-skinned man" in front of her child.

In May, 2004, failed Iranian asylum seeker, Omid Samipour, from Radford Road, Nottingham, was charged with rape. He failed to appear for trial after being bailed.

In December, 2004, and January, 2005, the Kelly brothers, Orlando and Martin, who are of mixed race, raped two women, one of whom was 83-years-old, in separate attacks, one in Nottingham, one in Leicester.

On the 18th of February, 2005, the BBC website told us that, Mohammed Sha Shabaz, an Iraqi refugee, had been jailed for five years for raping a woman at a party in Nottingham.

If I had been the MP for Nottingham South I would have introduced EDMs into parliament mentioning all of the rapes mentioned above.

Political correctness would not have silenced me.


So why was Nottingham MP, Alan Simpson, so concerned with plight of those who were raped thousands of miles away that he was prepared to sign five separate Early Day Motions expressing his sympathy for them, when he was not prepared to do the same for those Nottingham girls and women who were raped by foreigners in the city where they live and Alan Simpson is a serving MP?

When confronted with information like this and asked such a question, the Simpsons of this world have always said: "Oh, but we mustn't offend the poor immigrant, they aren't all like that".

At the same time as they are saying such things, they know that, if Black on White violence is compared to White on Black, Black and Asian violence upon the native Briton is far more savage and prevalent than the other way around. But they have never warned us. Instead, they have done their utmost to keep such information hidden and, indeed, they have always tried to deceive us into believing that the opposite was true.

For example, if you were to look up Stephen Lawrence (the black youth who was murdered in Eltham in 1993) in Hansard, you would find he has been mentioned in the Commons more than 1,000 times.

If you were to try to find the names of those 800 or so British people who have been murdered by first and second-generation immigrants since Stephen was killed, you would find that all 800 hundred of them had been mentioned less than 200 times! For many years now, Alan Simpson and his ilk have been deliberately hyping up any hint of white on black violence, whilst they have been deliberately suppressing the reverse.

Alan Simpson, himself,has never signed an EDM commemorating any of the many indigenous Britons who have been violently attacked by a first or second-generation immigrant since he became an MP.

Nor has he ever introduced an EDM which drew attention to the sky high levels of Black on Black violence and murder in Nottingham in particular and Britain in general.


As of February, 2005, Simpson, had signed at least 60 EDMs, since New Labour came to power, sympathising with the plight of asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants and the like.

However, he was never prepared to criticise immigrant behaviour. Thus, when an EDM was introduced which condemned the "activities of Abdullah Azad", a welfare worker who "offered to supply forged United Kingdom passports for the payment of a fee and urged persons whose immigration status was in question to apply for asylum", Simpson did not sign it.


Simpson also signed more than 70 EDMs concerned with the situation of foreigners in prison overseas, almost all of whom had committed the crimes which they had been accused of.

He signed less than 10 sympathising with British men and women unjustly imprisoned abroad.

For example he signed an EDM sympathising with the situation of Charles Singleton, a black, American paranoid schizophrenic, who stabbed Mary Lou York to death after robbing her grocery store in 1979.

However, he did not sign an EDM which expressed its concern for Scottish lad, 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".


Simpson also signed just about all of the EDMs ever introduced which mentioned the words and phrases "racism", "racial hatred", "multicultural" etc.

Here are a few examples:

"This House is committed to multiculturalism and... supports the Government's determination to stamp out incitement to racial hatred; is concerned that extreme right-wing organisations are continuing to publish and distribute material inciting racism and anti-Semitism; and urges Government to act rigorously to take legal action against the producers of such material."

"This House accepts the fact that the United Kingdom is a multi-racial society".

"This House welcomes the... support that the Race Relations Bill has received throughout its passage in... Parliament; and calls on all public authorities - the police, central and local government, the NHS and others, all of whose functions will be covered by the amended Race Relations Act 1976, to seize the opportunity provided by this legislation to tackle all forms of racial discrimination."

Simpson is not the least bit unusual in his preference for all things alien.

Integration, managed migration, pluralism, multiculture, diversity, respect for difference, interdependency, globalism, these are the buzz words and phrases of hundreds of on-message Westminster MPs so much worthier than we.


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

This kind of legislation, which, incidentally, has almost always been introduced into law at the behest of the Jewish Board of British Deputies, is almost NEVER used to prosecute anyone other than the native Briton.

If any of you are finding it hard to believe that the Jews would deliberately set out to criminalise those who had given so many of them sanctuary such a few short years before, well, here is a statement that the British Board of Jewish Deputies released on the 17th of December, 1998:

"The Board played a fundamental part in urging upon government the first Race Relations Act which was based, in part, on reports prepared for the Board by Professor Geoffrey Bindman and Lord Lester of Herne Hill. Subsequently the Board has provided written and oral evidence to enquiries which preceded the passage of the Public Order Act 1986, the Criminal Justice Act 1994 and the Crime and Disorder Act 1998...

We are also shortly to respond to the Government's request that it might consider introducing specific legislation to outlaw Holocaust Denial, as occurs in most other European countries".

Bindman and Lester are both Jews.

In fact, the Home Secretary who oversaw the first race law onto the statute books in 1965, Frank Soskice, was a Russian Jew.

Now, is that remarkable, or is it not?

What follows in NOT a digression:

In October, 1991, 16 years ago, the UK Department Of Health issued an internal document for the attention of port Medical Inspectors, titled: HIV infection and AIDS in passengers seeking to enter the United Kingdom.

It said:

"HIV infection is not... justification for a recommendation on public health grounds to withhold leave to enter the UK".

Sure enough, that same year an illegal immigrant from Brazil, Jose Tadeo dos Santos, came to Britain on a visitor's visa, but, when the authorities tried to expel him 3 years later, they found that they could not do so because of a rule which deemed him unfit to travel.

It was found that dos Santos had AIDS, TB, and secondary syphilis. Between spells in hospital, dos Santos lived in a council flat, where he paid no rent. He had a free pass to travel on the Underground.

He has already cost the NHS and ratepayers £250,000. He arrived originally with drugs hidden in his hair, but was allowed in after an Englishwoman wrote a letter to officials saying she would be responsible for him. All the government departments involved in his case deny any blame. How many people he has infected is not known.

On July 11th 1997, The Associated Press reported thus:


"An American rap artist was sentenced to 14 years in prison Thursday on 17 counts of attempted manslaughter by infecting Finnish women with the AIDS virus. Stephen Thomas, 36, of New York City, was arrested in January on charges of endangering the women by having unprotected sex with them without warning them he had HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Five of 17 women involved in the case have since tested HIV-positive… According to the court and investigators, Thomas learned that he was HIV-positive in 1993". Steven Thomas was black.


In 1998, Reuters News Agency informed us thus:


"Eighty worried Swedish women had been tested for the AIDS virus by Friday as police hunted a promiscuous carrier of the disease who is believed to have had sex with more than 100 women. Police were focusing their search for the suspect, who they said was probably an Iranian citizen living under a false identity in Stockholm… Hundreds of women were horrified when police broke the strict Swedish privacy law and published the name and photograph of an HIV-positive man... This was after police found an address book belonging to the man, wanted on a rape charge, in a raid on his Stockholm apartment. The notebook contained the names of about 200 Swedish women aged around 20 with ratings of their sexual performance. Police said the man, who had lived in Sweden since 1992, was probably a 25-year-old Iranian… The Iranian was wanted in the United States for fraud and receiving stolen goods. He emigrated to Sweden because he had a Swedish girlfriend and obtained permits to stay."

On the 17th of July, 2002, a 50-year-old East Ham woman opened her door to a man who was a complete stranger to her.

Robert Ochieng, a Kenyan immigrant said:

"I want to have sex with you".

At Snaresbrook Crown Court, Mark Seymour, prosecuting, said:

"He grabbed her round the neck and tried to take off her clothes. She screamed 'no, no'... He took her into the kitchen and removed her clothes. He carried her into the living room... She was shouting at him to stop. He carried her into the bedroom. He put his hand over her mouth, picked up a pair of scissors and held them up as if he would strike her. He then raped her and passed out."

The victim grabbed her clothes and fled out of the house just as police arrived.

Ochieng was taken to Forest Gate police station where he admitted the offences. He also confirmed that he was HIV positive. Moments before the rape, 6ft. 4in Ochieng had run out into the street stark naked and wrapped his arms around another terrified woman."

On the 30th of July, 2002, the BBC website reported thus:


"A baby girl just a week-old has been raped in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, police say… She is the youngest recorded victim of sexual abuse in a country where there is a widespread belief that sex with a virgin cures Aids… South Africa has the highest number of Aids sufferers in the world. Traditional healers, or witchdoctors, are often blamed for spreading this idea, and encouraging child rape. Last Friday, a 23-year-old man, David Potse, was sentenced to life imprisonment after being found guilty of raping a nine-month-old baby… Rapes of babies have triggered protests across the country and left South Africans reeling... About 21,000 cases of child rape were reported to police in South Africa last year. Children under 11 are the victims in 15% of all rapes in South Africa, according to police statistics. Convictions are secured in just 9% of all rape cases".


On the 30th of November, 2002, the BBC website reported thus:

"The number of people newly diagnosed with HIV in the UK has risen by 25% over the last year, latest figures suggest...

The figures suggest about 41,000 people in the UK now have HIV and more people have been infected this year than in any comparable period since records began...

Black people are... suffering a particularly high rate of infection. And there is a significant increase in the number of heterosexuals being infected abroad, especially in Africa.

Other sexually transmitted infections have also been rising sharply. Syphilis infection has risen by 400% since 1995... some now feel the government is ignoring one major part of the rise in HIV, the number of cases, 'imported', in the form of students, workers and asylum seekers, many of them from Africa... the government isn't tackling that, isn't doing anything about it".


On the 25th of January, 2003, Anthony Browne reported thus, in The Spectator:

"Tony Blair said on Tuesday that it was inevitable that Al Qaeda would try to launch a terrorist attack on the United Kingdom; but immigrant terrorists are by no means the most potent threat to British lives. It is not by allowing in terrorists that the Government's policy of mass immigration, especially from the Third World, will claim most lives. It is through letting in too many germs... HIV infection, tuberculosis and hepatitis. And the diseases that mass immigration is bringing to Britain will probably claim more.

Infected immigrants arriving in Britain each year are doubling the rate of HIV, trebling the rate of TB and increasing twentyfold the rate of hepatitis B. All of these are life threatening diseases which could be... passed onto the host community. Between them they claim six million lives a year worldwide. TB can be cured, but HIV infection and hepatitis B can only be treated at huge expense to the NHS...

Britain's new epidemics are the direct result of Labour policy. The Government is not only importing epidemics, but is also failing to tackle them and indeed is trying to hide what is happening from the public... The Government is culpable. These are Blair's epidemics. The refugee lobby has stopped the Government from combating abuse of the asylum system. While almost every other European country has slashed the number of asylum-seekers, the number coming to Britain grows rapidly...

On top of this, the Government wants to attract at least 150,000 settlers a year. It has more than quadrupled the number of work permits, most of which can lead to a passport from 41,000 in 1996 to a target of 175,000 this year, with people from the Third World making up almost all the increase. In addition, the number of student visas has risen to more than 339,000 last year with two-thirds coming from the developing nations...

Clearly the Government is determined the immigration system must be run in the interests of immigrants and not the British public. New Labour has made it official policy that carrying a lethal contagious disease is grounds for immigrants being allowed to remain in Britain once they are here...

By applying its beloved Human Rights Act to everyone who sets foot in Britain, the Labour Government has decided that if treatment is unavailable in their home country, anyone with a life threatening condition, such as HIV infection, hepatitis B or TB, has a right to stay in the Britain and be treated on the NHS...

Britain is rapidly becoming one of the world's most diseased countries. Last year, African immigration overtook gay sex as the main cause of HIV in Britain, and a quarter of all those being treated by the NHS for HIV are now, African immigrants... HIV... is now spreading to the resident population, so that contracting HIV from heterosexual sex with infected immigrants has overtaken both injecting drugs and mother-to-baby transfer as a source of infection.

6,300 hepatitis B infections were imported in each of the past four years, compared with fewer than 300 domestically acquired cases. In other words, a staggering 95 per cent of cases of this incurable liver disease - one of the world's worst killers - are imported."


On the 15th of June, 2003, The Sunday Telegraph informed us thus:

"Hospital consultants reveal today that the NHS is being overwhelmed by hundreds of Aids sufferers from abroad, who account for up to two thirds of all new HIV patients in Britain... The cost of treating infected foreigners - about £15,000 a year each - is putting hospitals into debt and threatening to halt routine operations for other patients...

The consultants said that the surge in people arriving with HIV accounted for most of the recent rise in infection rates, and reported that there was evidence that they were infecting Britons by engaging in unsafe sex."

Trevor Phillips, Head of the Commission for Racial Equality, told us this in the same edition of The Sunday Telegraph:

"Every patient should be treated equally. I can't imagine any British doctor would suggest that patients should be treated differently based on their origin".


In November, 2003, Mohammed Dica, a Somalian immigrant who came to Britain on a Kenyan passport and claimed asylum in 1992, was imprisoned.

Dica knowingly infected at least one British woman, and probably many more, with the AIDS virus. A friend revealed that Dica had slept with at least 13 women since being diagnosed with the condition.

Abdi Said, Dica's cousin, claimed that he regularly trawled a central Croydon night-club for sex and had multiple heterosexual and homosexual partners during the five years that they socialised together...

Dica has been granted indefinite leave to stay in Britain when his sentence has been served and taxpayers face a bill of £15,000 per year for his treatment until he dies."


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.

Linkoy Muhuri, who was due to be deported, is HIV-positive. Whilst his asylum case was being dealt with Muhuri moved to North London, had a child with a woman who was not his wife, and had a string of girlfriends.

The jury at the Old Bailey heard that Muhuri and his victim, An AIDS counsellor no less, chatted for two hours about HIV and Aids at her home before he attacked her.

The jury at the Old Bailey heard that Muhuri and his victim, An AIDS counsellor no less, chatted for two hours about HIV and AIDS at her home before he attacked her.

The judge recommended that Muhuri be deported. However, Muhuri's lawyer claimed that, as there would be no medical treatment available for him in the Congo, he should be allowed to stay in Britain when he is released. His family has been allowed to stay here on compassionate grounds so they can visit him.


On the 9th of January, 2004, a South African asylum-seeker pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to inflicting unlawful and malicious bodily harm.

Kouassi Adaye, who was, originally, from the Ivory Coast, came to England in 1999. At the time of his arrival he had HIV. Since then, Adaye knowingly infected at least one woman with the virus. John McDermott QC, prosecuting, told the court Adaye had unprotected sex with her just eight days after he was informed he might be HIV positive.

He said that Adaye had left his South African wife, who is also known to be HIV positive, and daughter in 1999, and had claimed asylum in the UK on the grounds of religious persecution. His claim was refused, but following an administrative error, Adaye's claim was held in abeyance and was still being considered by the Home Office when he was arrested.

Adaye, had obtained a false passport, a false driving licence, and had set himself up a false national insurance number. The prosecution said:

"He deceived a number of different authorities, saying that he was a single parent looking after two children. He said he was living in a cramped flat with the electricity cut off. He was given crisis loans, grants, housing benefit and clothes".

At a previous appearance at Liverpool Crown Court, the court was told that that Adaye admitted to 20 counts of deception and had illegally claimed benefits worth more than £12,300. Adaye is known to have had sex with other women, one of whom, a 57-year-old widow, he had married bigamously after claiming his South African wife was dead. Another was a 17-year-old girl to whom he got engaged."


On the 9th of March, 2004, the BBC reported thus:

"The number of people world-wide infected with HIV/Aids is now more than 40 million, of whom nearly two-thirds live in sub-Saharan Africa where... HIV is almost 40 percent".

Whatever efforts that the politicians have made to inform the country of these dire statistics have been treacherously slight.

The truth is this: if the British indulge in unprotected sex with someone who originates from this part of Africa they are putting themselves at tremendous risk, and yet no one in government has warned us of the dangers.
Indeed, anyone who tried to so warn their fellows might find that they had contravened some "incitement to racial hatred" legislation or other and could well find themselves in court.


On the 7th of April, 2002, The Sunday Express carried a full-page report headed: Got AIDS? Welcome to Britain.

It stated:

"Asylum-seekers with AIDS, TB and other killer diseases are gaining permanent entry to Britain by exploiting a dangerous loophole in the law. The loophole, discovered by a Tanzanian woman and her lawyers, relates to an article in the European Convention of Human Rights. All that needs to be proven is that the asylum-seeker is suffering from a life-threatening disease and that health care in their country of origin is not up to first world standards.

Hindu Mwakitosi was about to be deported back to Tanzania until she appealed under the Human Rights Act relating to "medical grounds". She produced a certificate stating that she is HIV-positive and claimed her life was in danger in Tanzania because that country's medical facilities were inadequate. An adjudicator found in her favour. Mwakitosi has since found employment at a London law firm, advising other asylum-seekers. She told The Sunday Express:

'I am HIV-positive, I am HIV-positive, yes I am, most definitely! I told my boss and everyone and I have a certificate to prove it, and I now have the right to stay in this country'. The Sunday Express commented:

'Now it appears they only have to set foot on British soil and they have the right to stay until cured. Viruses like HIV are never removed from the body - so that means for life. The cost of retrovirus drug treatment to stop HIV turning into full-blown AIDS is nearly £15,000 a year. But many asylum-seekers have already started to develop the disease and for them the cost of treatment can be ten times higher...

A spokeswoman for the Home Office was quoted as saying:

'We have an obligation under the Human Rights Act which deals with applications on medical grounds. It says people can stay if there is an imminent fear of death if deported... if you come from a country where facilities are poor, a serious viral illness could be considered as an exceptional, compassionate and compelling argument to stay'."


On the 6th of May, 2004, the BBC reported thus:

"A British diplomat paid for his gay African lover to travel to England and claim asylum....

High Commission attaché Christopher Henderson met Feston Konzani while he was on government business in Malawi. The revelation came during the trial of Mr. Konzani, 28, who denies causing grievous bodily harm to four women by inflicting them with the HIV virus... Mr Konzani is accused of infecting the four women by having unprotected sex with them...

The court was told that Mr. Henderson, who worked as a political attaché for the High Commission in Malawi, had unprotected sex with Mr. Konzani after giving him a job as a trainee houseboy at his official residence...

After returning to England, the government official kept in touch with Mr. Konzani through a mutual friend in Malawi to the point where he sent money to cover his airfare to England. The court was told the diplomat also faxed immigration advice, which included the line, ‘Destroy this once you have read it’… The women include three English women…


A teenage girl was kept captive by a musician who infected her with the HIV virus when he had unprotected sex with her at the age of 15, a court heard... The girl told Teesside Crown Court Mr. Konzani took her virginity and had sex with her on a daily basis during which he kept her locked inside their house… She told the court… she eventually escaped by climbing through a window while he was out".


Two of Konzani’s victims have since given birth to his children.


And then,On the 10th of September, 2005, The Guardian reported thus:

"Before 1996, only around 50 cases of heterosexual infection were diagnosed in Britain a year - most HIV cases were among gay men. But for the past five years, according to government figures published this summer, more heterosexuals have been diagnosed in the UK with HIV than gay or bisexual men. Only 28% of last year's record 7,000 new HIV cases originated in the gay population…

More than 75% of the heterosexuals diagnosed with HIV in the UK last year were infected abroad or by partners who were infected abroad, with 68% of them having been exposed to HIV in Africa. Although black Africans living in Britain represent barely 1% of the population, last year they accounted for 42% of new HIV diagnoses. If you are black, African and living here, you are 50 times more likely to be HIV positive than any other ethnic group."


And here's the payoff, ladies and gentlemen:

On the 4th of February, 2003, when most of the information listed above was already known, Alan Simpson and 72 other British Parliamentarians signed the EDM: Humane Treatment for Migrants with HIV, which stated:


"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 counterproductive to the necessity to treat such individuals with respect and compassion; and urges the Government to continue to demonstrate the international leadership towards the epidemic".



Now, I don’t know about you, but 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.

If the British electorate would protect themselves and their children from the blinkered generosity of politically correct bleeding-hearts like Simpson, such "generosity" should not be tolerated.


I say that those who knowingly infect others with the AIDS virus should be put on trial for manslaughter at least. I also say that if 400 independent candidates like myself were voted into parliament, Simpson and the 72 other MPs who put their names to the aforementioned EDM would be tried for the same crime.

If the PC politician knew that there was such a sanction waiting for them every time a British girl's life was endangered by such dreadful immigrant behaviour as that described above,genocidally irresponsible, immigrant-licking MPs like Simpson, mightnot be so inclined to behave as unthinkingly as theyare wont todo.


What does the MP for Nottingham South think of the homosexual community?

Well, he signed just about every pro-homosexual EDM that it was possible for him to sign, including this one:

"This House considers that homophobic discrimination… is as unacceptable… as is the expression of racial or religious hatred… and accordingly applauds the Government's decision to amend the law so that homophobic discrimination… is treated on the same basis… as racial or religious discrimination…thereby recognising homophobia as a hate crime".



Simpson 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".

Simpson also voted on two occasions to lower the homosexual age of consent 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 and he also signed several EDMs along the lines of this one:


"This House welcomes the judgement of the European Court of Human Rights in favour of Christine Goodwin's… right to marry and to found a family in relation to her status as a transsexual person… and looks forward to full rights and legal recognition for trans-men and trans-women being enshrined in British law in the near future."


On the 7th of April, 2003, before the New Labour government brought in the bill to decriminalise cannabis, the BBC website reported thus:


"An expert on the health effects of cannabis says that there is growing evidence that the drug is responsible for mental health problems. Professor John Henry, a consultant in toxicology from St Mary's Hospital in London, told the BBC that studies from Sweden and elsewhere pointed to an increase in schizophrenia among regular cannabis smokers… Dr Henry (says) that it appears likely that some cases of schizophrenia are attributable to the consumption of cannabis, rather than the alternative explanation that patients prone to mental illness are more likely to be drawn to use the drug.


Dr Henry says that the strength of cannabis on sale now far outstrips the strength of the drug sold during the 'flower power' era of the 1960s and 1970s. He told the BBC: "You've got the fact that regular cannabis smokers develop mental illness. There's a fourfold increase in schizophrenia and a fourfold increase in major depression… There's a lot of epidemiological evidence from as far apart as Sweden and New Zealand that cannabis actually causes these problems’…


Chief Executive of the British Lung Foundation, Dame Helena Shovelton, chief executive of the British Lung Foundation, described smoking cannabis as a health time bomb’. She said: ‘Over 3 million regular users in the UK could end up with chronic lung failure. It is vital that the public know the damage smoking cannabis can cause’."


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… 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… to aid its penetration…


Dr. Sheena Lewis, from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology… 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… Dr Lewis said:‘These experiments on human sperm tell the same story… It is estimated that 3.2m people in Britain smoke cannabis … we may find that the use of recreational drugs will exacerbate male fertility problem’."


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… 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".



In 2004, Professor Robin Murray, a leading expert on psychosis, said that about 80 percent what of all new patients suffering from psychosis had reported a history of cannabis use.


In March, 2005, the Home Secretary, Charles Clarke, suggested that, in the light of "new" evidence, cannabis declassification might have to be re-thought.

However, in June, 2000, Alan Simpson, MP, who knew better one presumes, put his name to this EDM:


"This House recognises that the cannabis battle in the war against drugs is being lost; that cannabis is neither more damaging than tobacco, nor more addictive than alcohol, and that it is no more the portal to harder drugs than a half of bitter to rampant alcoholism".

Then, on the 2nd of February, 2001, Simpson said this in the House of Commons:

"Anyone who works with drugs will say that one of the most helpful steps would be to decriminalise cannabis. Those hon. Members who warn about the slippery slope towards serious drug addiction base their arguments on nil evidence… No study has shown that cannabis use leads to dependency on hard drugs".


In June, 2002, Simpson signed the following EDMs which stated, in part:


"This House congratulates the Home Secretary on his decision to accept the advice of… the Advisory Committee on Drug Misuse, and the Home Affairs Select Committee to re-classify cannabis".

"This House congratulates the Daily Mail for its… recognition that the use of cannabis is an everyday fact of life and that making it illegal has failed to discourage its use."


"This House congratulates The Evening Standard for its editorial comment of 6th August 2001 that 'Sooner or later Tony Blair will have to reconsider his absolute refusal to consider changes to the drugs laws… recognises that the relaxation of cannabis laws were widely supported by those interviewed in Brixton."


As far as I know, Simpson put his name to every EDM that ever advocated the decriminalisation of cannabis since he became an MP, and, when a bill reclassifying the drug was introduced into the House of Commons, he voted for a it.


From the time New Labour came to power in 1997 up to February, 2005, Simpson 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 children, Simpson signed very few.

The following EDM, introduced on the 26th of November, 2003, is just one of the EDMs Simpson did not sign.

"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… the main reason for this failure is joint enterprise, meaning that it is not possible to prove which member of a couple was responsible… 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".


Simpson 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 pre-stunning’.

The Muslim community sometimes slaughter their livestock without pre-stunning them, the orthodox Jewish community always do. Simpson was never going to criticise either of these for being cruel to animals.


Simpson was consistent in her obeisance to all things Jewish in that he signed all 7 of the Early Day Motions, introduced since New Labour came to power, which eulogised and commended "Holocaust Memorial Day".

He also signed this one:


"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 he did not sign the following EDMs:


"This House welcomes the forthcoming release of Dr Mordechai Vanunu, the Israeli whistleblower and voice for peace, in April 2004, after 17 1/2 years in prison, 12 of which were, regrettably, spent in solitary confinement… and calls upon

Israel… to follow the example of the Libyan President and renounce its dependence on nuclear weapons".


"This House learns with horror of the aggressive re-arrest of Mordechai Vanunu from within the cathedral compound by the Israeli authorities… and recalls that since he was released after spending 18 years in prison he has been denied the right to a normal life as a free man"


"This House notes with concern the election of Ariel Sharon as Prime Minister of Israel; recalls his record of involvement in war crimes going back as far as the 1950s and in particular the crimes committed during the invasion of Lebanon in 1982, an invasion which reduced an Arab capital to ruins amidst the ashes of napalm, phosphorous and fragmentation weaponry… Sharon (was) … responsible for the massacres in the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camps in Beirut between 16th and 18th September 1982 in which almost 3,000 people were butchered".


As has already been noted, Simpson did not sign the EDM which was critical of the Saatchi Gallery’s I Am A Camera, photographic exhibition of naked children.


The Saatchi brothers are Jewish.


He did not sign these EDMs either:


"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 by a fairer distribution of funds".

Lord Barnett is Jewish.



"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 most eagerly anticipated moment of the Promenade Concerts from the programme, because of its patriotic, nationalistic overtones, was Leonard Slatkin, a New York Jew.



"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 Desmond's controversial purchase of Express Newspapers … believes that Desmond's titles are demeaning and degrading to women; and notes the research showing a link between pornography and violence against women; and calls on New Labour to end its relationship with Desmond".


Richard Desmond is also 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 our press to be further augmented by such a dreadful sleaze as Desmond is as corrupt and despicable as can be imagined. However, as a Jew, Desmond knows that he can say whatever he likes and, unlike us Anglo-Saxons, will not be condemned for it. Thus, when his papers criticise asylum seekers, no one but a few PC MPs like Simpson ever complain.

Thus, Simpson signed several EDMs similar to this one:


"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… address this deep-seated prejudice".


Which is code for "send us all your gypsies".


In March, 2004, Simpson 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… the Government… undermines this agenda by excluding those who are already on the margins of society… Her Majesty’s Government (should) review the merits of the ban".


In other words, let the murderers, rapists, pimps, child-molesters and drug dealers vote because creeps like them are more likely to vote for creeps like Simpson than the decent citizen is.


Bleeding-heart Simpson’s heart was obviously not bleeding when he decided not to 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.


Here are a few more EDMs that I would have signed which Simpson did not.


"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".

Lorraine Monk is black.


"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 sexualenjoyment and an ability to practice martial arts; Brendon Fearon’s case is now being funded by the Legal Aid Board".

Fearon is a Gypsy.



"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 notes that only 30 per cent of apples sold in supermarkets in the UK are British-grown… and calls on the United Kingdom supermarket chains to support British produce."


"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".


"This House is alarmed that under the CFP negotiations in December 2002, draconian cuts to the British fishing industry were agreed by the British Government… while Holland and Denmark's industrial fishing practices which led to the mass destruction of immature white fish was virtually untouched, Spain increased its hake quota and can continue its state aid for fishing-boat construction until 2004, France and Spain received no cut in fishing in the Alantic".


"This House notes with concern the serious increase in crime… in the last five years; (as of 2003) notes in particular the fact that violent crime has risen by two-thirds and that gun crime has doubled; recognises that detection rates for crime have fallen to less than one in four; believes that the Government has not been tough on crime."


"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".


"This House expresses concern that so many of those that occupy the front benches of this House would not necessarily be there had their entry to the elite universities which trained them been inhibited by a need to start their careers carrying debt burdens of up to £30,000…, to cover the costs of their education."


"This House expresses concern that the Government's proposals for higher education funding will have a negative impact on first-time homebuyers in the UK".


"This House welcomes the work of the Depression Alliance… which highlights the plight of the increasing numbers of children and teenagers who are affected by depression; one in five children are reported needing help for depression during childhood… reports indicate that 28 per cent. of young people have thought seriously about suicide".


"This House recognises the importance of tropical rainforests in the balance of the global climate… 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… in order to fund its reconstruction effort in Iraq".


"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… so little has been done to reduce this figure further".

"This House congratulates the decision of 30 members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union to march over 400 miles between Scotland and London to campaign for the renationalisation of the railways; notes that… the current Government is spending up to three times more in subsidy than the sums received by the old British Rail; and believes that public money invested in rail transport should be invested in the network and not pocketed by shareholders".


"This House notes with concern the number of Falklands War veterans who have committed suicide since the end of the conflict in 1982; recognises that the number of suicides amongst veterans is now double the number of those killed during the conflict; and calls on the Government to… ensure that they receive all the advice, support and help they need".


"This House welcomes the recognition of the important role played by the Merchant Navy in peacetime and in war with a designated Merchant Navy day ".


"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 believes that the Government pursued a campaign to influence and intimidate BBC editors and journalists over their reporting of the war in Iraq… the need to maintain the cherished independence and integrity of the BBC is not compatible with the Prime Minister's powers of patronage in appointing the Chairman and Board of Governors."


"This House recalls that between 1967 and 1973 and at the behest of the UK Government under its colonial powers, more than 1,500 Diego Garcia islanders were removed from their homelands following a request from the US to lease the islands chain for military purposes; is aware one of the main reasons given at the time was that the islands were unfit for human habitation, precarious and unable to sustain human life; notes that currently 1,500 US and UK military personnel, together with over 2,000 civilian contractors reside on the islands, which were described in recent US Navy recruitment literature as being one of the world's best kept secrets, boasting unbelievable recreational facilities, exquisite natural beauty and outstanding living conditions; and calls on Her Majesty's Government to… protect the rights and wellbeing of indigenous Diego Gacians and immediately to take whatever steps necessary to ensure their right of return."



At precisely the same time that the governments of Harold Wilson and Edward Heath were behaving with such ruthless, unfeeling brutality towards the people of Diego Garcia they were lecturing us anxious Brits in the business of not offending the poor, downtrodden Ugandan and Kenyan Asians who were flooding into this country.


The politically correct revolution that would be used against the kind, tolerant, fair-minded British every time they raised an objection to the "swamping" of their country with alien peoples was begun under the same Wilson government that secretly began the dispossession of the Diego Garcians from their homes to a ramshackle, roofless ghetto on Mauritius, without support, amenities or reasonable explanation.

As far as I know, not one governmental do-gooder kicked up a fuss at the time.

When a deputation from those who survived the transportation came to Britain in 2004, Tony Blair, as New World Order and "inclusive" a Prime Minister as it's possible to get, did not care to include these dispossessed in his World Order ministry. He booted them back to Mauritius with sweet FA in the way of compensation.


Here's an EDM that Simpson 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.


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."


AndAlan Simpsonwas happy to "congratulate David Calvert-Smith", 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,"on his being awarded a knighthood".


This OK by you, Mr England?

Is this MP on your side?

Or someone else's entirely?

You decide.


On the 2nd of March, 2000, The Guardian reported thus:


"One of the biggest anti-drug agencies in the country was in disarray last night after a former manager admitted being in possession of half a kilo of heroin with intent to supply and was jailed for seven years. Addaction… had investigated complaints that Dave Francis, 37, who ran their crack awareness team in Nottingham, was an active professional dealer.


They disciplined staff who complained about his behaviour and attacked The Guardian which exposed Francis as a dealer in May, 1997… Francis was dealing under cover of the agency for nearly four years, and continued to deal on a city-wide scale after The Guardian forced him to resign in 1997. While Francis managed the crack awareness team, posing as a crusader against drugs, he organised regular supplies of crack cocaine and heroin to addicts in the city, including those who had come to the team for help… He employed a second dealer, Henry Warner, as his deputy…


In the summer of 1996, a group of Francis’s colleagues made written complaints to the agency about his activity. Twenty other professionals in the city expressed anxieties about him… The then head of the city’s major crimes unit said publicly that he was 100% certain that Francis was an active dealer. But when the parent agency, Addaction, finally held an internal inquiry, they concluded in March 1997 that there was no evidence against him.


‘He’s a good guy as far as we’re concerned’, the agency’s then chairman, Sir Geoffrey Errington, said at the time. ‘These things were rumours. There was no hard evidence.’

Addaction, which still receives annually £3.5m of public and charitable funds, continues to claim that there is no evidence that he committed any offence while he worked for them. Since Francis was exposed, the agency, which includes the wife of the former home secretary, Michael Howard, on its board, has won new home office contracts to work with drug users… Nottingham police set up a ‘total surveillance operation’, codenamed Odin, which was of such unprecedented scale that finally it not only arrested Dave Francis but took out 134 of his alleged associates and dealers. Detectives say that Francis’s role in the crack awareness team directly assisted his rise to power. According to one detective: ‘It gave him a perfect excuse if he was ever caught with drugs or with people in possession of drugs. It also made it much more difficult for us to hassle him, because he had political connections in the city’…


Before he was hired by Addaction, he had headed a team of armed robbers from the Meadows estate and he had already been convicted of more than 30 offences involving burglary, theft, firearms, unlawful sexual intercourse and possession of drugs. He told Addaction that he had become a Christian and he was given access to some of the most vulnerable people in the city and a budget of more than £170,000 of public money. He attended planning meetings with senior police and was invited to give evidence to a parliamentary select committee.


In the autumn of 1995, five current and former staff filed written allegations, accusing Francis of dealing in heroin and cocaine, of trading in firearms and supplying women for prostitution… Addaction produced a report which exonerated Francis, and threatened leading witnesses with legal action if they repeated their allegations. One staff member who complained was suspended for supposed racism…

It was only when The Guardian exposed Francis and the local health and social services withdrew their funding that Addaction was forced to withdraw from its schemes in the city. Addaction’s chief executive, Peter Martin, told The Guardian that: ‘ any allegation that APA or Addaction knew of, approved or condoned in any way any such inappropriate behaviour by David Francis while he was at APA or that we neglected our duty of care is categorically denied’…


Francis organised the supply: sometimes through his Nigerian contacts in London, sometimes through a Midlands gypsy who has become a millionaire from armed robbery and drug deals, sometimes through delivery ‘mules’ whom he escorted to Jamaica.

In a six-week period just before his arrest, Francis moved seven kilos of heroin into Nottingham. Finally, on February 23 last year, detectives heard Francis discussing the sale of a load of heroin that was due from London that night. They sent one surveillance team to follow the London suppliers as they drove up the motorway, and another team to Francis’s flat in the city centre. With the key players all in place, the detectives took the door off its hinges and found their target with a carrier bag containing half a kilo of 67% pure heroin."


Issue 1204 of the FINAL CONFLICT NEWS Email of the 2nd of March, 2000, told us more:


"David ‘Diamonds’ Francis built a multi-million pound drug-dealing empire while being paid to wean kids off crack. He duped police chiefs, MPs, and church ministers as the respected team leader of the Crack Awareness Team, set up to lure youngsters away from drugs. Francis had worked for a year as an adviser to prostitutes before landing the Home Office-funded anti-drugs job… He used boys as young as 12 to ferry drugs on mountain bikes round the tough council estates of Nottingham. Police arrested 132 street dealers linked to Francis.


Francis owned a plush £200,000 detached house in a suburb of Nottingham and ran a fleet of supercars including a Porsche and a £50,000 Mercedes 320SL. Francis spent six weeks at a time holidaying at five-star hotels in Jamaica, yet still claimed the Job Seekers Allowance. Notts Police Assistant Chief Constable Robin Searle, local MP, Alan Simpson, and the Rev Pat Brown, whose crack-addicted daughter was one of Francis’s clients, all fell for Francis’ deception… A Notts police insider said:


'He has been a thorn in our side for 20 years. He knew who all the addicts were and where they lived. We suspected he had been a major dealer for many years, but he moved in influential political circles and appeared a credible character to the authorities. He was arrogant - but then he began to make mistakes'.


Despite a history of crime from the age of 14, Francis built up his status as the ‘Saint of the Streets’, a reformed crook helping others… One of Francis’s anti-drugs co- workers even blew the whistle three years ago, Tony Herbert, who quit over the anti-addiction association’s lack of action, told an investigation: 'I was told by people well established in the commercial side of illegal drugs that David was involved in heroin and crack cocaine coming from London and Birmingham. I have also been told that David was known to be involved in the supply of firearms and the availability of women for prostitution'."


20 other workers told similar stories. But the association cleared Francis. Francis wrote to the association claiming:

"I feel I am regarded as nothing more than a black gangster". A police insider said: "He managed to get away with it for so long because anytime anyone went near him he cried racism. Fellow workers were told that their allegations were defamatory, and one person was suspended and accused of racial harassment".



How many youngsters in Nottingham, do you think, became addicted to hard drugs because of David Francis?

How many were introduced to prostitution since 1995, when "five current and former staff filed written allegations, accusing Francis of dealing in heroin and cocaine, of trading in firearms and supplying women for prostitution"?


How many were introduced to hard drugs and prostitution since Tony Herbert and "20 other workers" blew the whistle on Francis having been told "by people well established in the commercial side of illegal drugs that David was involved in heroin and crack cocaine coming from London and Birmingham"?


How many were introduced to hard drugs and prostitution since Alan Simpson, New Labour MP for Nottingham South; Police Assistant Chief Constable Robin Searle; Sir Geoffrey Errington; the wife of the leader of the Conservative party, Michael Howard; the Rev. Pat Brown and the Home Office were all taken in by a seedy low-life.


How many have died because of the obscenely uncritical political correctness of such wagtail traitors as these?



Alan Simpson, MP, is one of those oh, so sensitive, misty-eyed, caring types for whom the foreigner can do no wrong.


However, in my mind’s eye, I can just see that lip-curling, side of the eyes PC sneer sneering at a regular British bloke for daring to criticise his pet "Association for the Prevention of Addiction" manager.


Simpson is well aware that a quarter a million or so mostly British people leave this country every year because they can’t stand it any more. He is well aware of the terms "white flight" and "ethnic cleansing" he is well aware of all the opinion polls which have been carried out over the last 50 years which have demonstrated time and time again that the indigenous community wanted immigration stopped, and those who misbehaved sent back where they came from. But he couldn't care less about any of that. Simpson is the absolute epitome of the bleeding heart whose heart will never bleed for us.



Judge Bennett sentenced Francis to justseven years in prison, which means he’ll be out now.

Bennett doesn’t seem to have seen too much wrong with a bloke who’s been involved in drug dealing and prostitution for over 20 years either.


Question:

What sound is made when you slap a creep like Simpson hard across the face?

Answer:

TWAAAT!!!

Question:

Which of these adjectives and nouns do you think best describes Alan Simpson, MP; Police Assistant Chief Constable Robin Searle; Sir Geoffrey Errington; the wife of the leader of the Conservative party, Michael Howard; the Reverend Pat Brown; the Home Office and Judge Dudley Bennett?

Just, kind, fair, wise, courageous, decent, moral, honourable, magnificent, admirable, trustworthy, selfless, brilliant, beautiful, beloved, bountiful, detestable, treacherous, traitorous, twisted.

Saints, angels, champions, heroes, t - - ts.

Thought so.

David Francis – looks like someone you could trust, doesn’t he?



Alan Simpson – looks like somebody you could trust, doesn’t he?




PS. Alan Simpson has signed several EDMs calling for the disestablishment of the Church of England.


Wake up, England.







This is Andrew Dismore:




Andrew Dismore, New Labour MP for Hendon, voted to decriminalise cannabis usage and possession.

Dismore also presented a Bill to 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 was seeking 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.

Dismore signed a great 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 also signed an EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist" and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek. This EDM also mentioned Zahid's killer, Robert Stewart, by name, something almost unheard of when a foreigner kills a native Briton.

Dismore also signed an EDM which expressed outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

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

He also signed 4 EDMs which mentioned Stephen Lawrence and voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that criminal behaviour is 'racially' or 'religiously' aggravated.


However, Dismore never bothered to mention the attack upon his constituent, Nicholas Scott and the murder of his brother, Tommy, by a gang of Asian youths.

Nor did he mention the attack on betting shop manageress, Maureen Dunne, by two black robbers.

Maureen was left partially blinded as a result of having ammonia squirted in her face.

Nor did he mention the cold-blooded execution of Giles Van Colle by his former employee, Iranian immigrant, Ali Amelzadeh.

Nor did he mention the death of 94-year-old Maud Lever, who was found with severe hypothermia at an old folks' home. Maud died as a result of Chandradeo Seeratun's negligence.

Dismoredid not sign any Early Day Motions sympathisingwith any of the above either.


Dismore is a leading member of the New Labour Friends of Israel parliamentary focus group and, although he has signed many EDM eulogising Israel and the wider Jewish community, he has never signed any that were critical.

This means that he didn't think it necessary to sign Early Day Motions which condemned, for example, those members of the Israeli Defence Force who murdered the British men, Tom Hurndall and Iain Hook.

It seems to me that the British electorate should be extremely wary of an MP who puts their obeisance to a foreign power before the lives ofBritish citizens.

Dismore and Tony Blair have a lot in common then.







This is Barbara Roche:




Barabara Roche, New Labour MP for Hornsey and Wood Green, voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

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 signed many EDMs sympathising with immigrants, asylum-seekers and the like.

She also mentioned the death of illegal immigrant, Joy Gardner, several times in Parliament and signed an EDM commemorating her.

She also signed two 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 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 an EDM criticising the proposed deportation of asylum-seeker, Edneth Gotora.

She also signed several EDMs mentioning Rohit Duggal and Rolan Adams and signed another sympathising with Quaddus Ali.

She was also happy to mention Stephen Lawrence in Parliament and signed several EDMs commemorating him. One of these EDMs also mentioned his parents, Neville and Doreen.

However she never mentioned her constituent, Troy Hurst, in the House of Commons, nor did she ever suggest that his killer be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime committed, nor did she ever sign an EDM commemorating Troy.

Neither did she ever mention the hit-and-run killing in 2003, of her constituent, Elaine Duckett, by a black man driving a stolen car, who ran off after he knocked her down.

Nor did she ever mention her constituent, Simon Breed, who was killed by a Greek schizophrenic.

Nor did she ever mention her constituent, Anthony Pearson, who was murdered by a Czech immigrant.

In fact, Roche has never mentioned the name of any of the many indigenous Britons killed in Britain by first and second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence’s death.


Barabara Roche was the Immigration Minister who first put the idea forward that "managed migration" was a good idea.

She eventually settled for a figure of 150,000 legal immigrants every year as being a number that would be beneficial for Britain.

This is what The Telegraph had to say, on the 12th of September, 2000:

"Roche said skills shortages, especially in information technology, and demographic changes made a rethink of immigration essential. There have been suggestions that the Government planned to open the door to 100,000 new immigrants a year. Furthermore, it has intended to introduce an American ‘green card’ settlement system, which allows a recipient to stay for life and even bring in family without qualifying for citizenship or voting rights".

The Independent of the 24th of June, 2003 stated:

"Tony Blair should promote the benefits of legal immigration to Britain, and ‘not back off’ from plans to create a super equalities commission, Barbara Roche, the former equalities minister, has urged.

Ms Roche… said the Government could reconnect with Labour voters upset by the war on Iraq by championing a radical agenda on behalf of ethnic minorities, gays and lesbians, the disabled, older people and women. The party could create ‘clear water’ between it and the Opposition by speaking up for legal migrants and introducing legislation to end discrimination.

Ms Roche… also said ministers should not be frightened of tackling discrimination and should create a single equalities body to protect and promote the rights of ethnic groups, homosexuals, religious groups, the disabled and older people.

Ms Roche said she was proud to be the first Immigration Minister to talk of the merits of inward migration, a political gamble that nevertheless led to an extension of work permits for skilled migrants.

As Equalities Minister, she steered through Whitehall new regulations outlawing homophobic and religious discrimination by employers and drew up plans for civil partnerships for homosexuals…. She also produced a little noticed but far-reaching report on how to get people from ethnic minorities into the jobs and careers they deserved...

As Immigration Minister she urged the relaxation of controls on foreign workers in favour of ‘managed migration’ to meet skills shortages…

The child of a Polish-Russian Ashkenazi father and a Sephardic Spanish-Portuguese mother, Ms Roche has reason for her feelings on immigration.

‘My being Jewish informs me totally, informs my politics. I understand the otherness of ethnic groups’".


I don’t know about that, Babs, you don’t seem to understand the "otherness" of the indigenous British "ethnic group" at all.


What, you think we were kidding when we said: "No more immigrants, please" in 1948, when the Windrush arrived?

You think we were kidding in 1958 when the Notting Hill riots occurred?

You think we were kidding in 1964 when Peter Griffiths won a famous victory over the sitting MP, Patrick Gordon-Walker, in Smethwick?

Gordon-Walker had been Wilson’s Foreign Secretary-in-waiting and was quite open about his positive attitude to the Commonwealth immigrant. Indeed, in 1961, he had opposed the Government’s Commonwealth Immigration Bill, denouncing it as:

"… bare-faced open race discrimination, serving only to keep non-whites out".

Griffiths, along with the vast majority of the British people, did not take kindly to such liberal sentiments, and the use by his supporters of the slogan:

"If you want a nigger for a neighbour, vote Labour" struck a resounding chord with the voters of Smethwick.

Griffiths achieved the most massive votive swing seen in any British constituency during the 1964 election, at a time when the national trend was heading in the opposite direction.

The objections of the British people to mass immigration were, as ever, completely ignored by the ruling party, and, just one year after the British people had spoken so categorically in Smethwick, the Home Sectretary of the day, Frank Soskice, who happened to be Jewish just like you Babs, put the first Race Relations bill before Parliament in order to quell those opinions that were so insolently evidenced in Smethwick.

And Babs, do you think we were kidding in 1976, when, after listeners cast their votes, Enoch Powell was named BBC Radio’s Man of the Year?

And Babs, do you think we were kidding in July, 2003, when 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% of 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 feel, act and think and despite the fact that around 10% of those who voted in You The Judge could have been first, second or third-generation immigrants themselves, and, thus, somewhat more inclined to have voted as you would have done.

More than 90,000 votes were cast during the show. By any standards, this was a major survey of British opinion.

We’re not kidding, Babs.

We’re not making it up.

But you know that already, don’t you?

Thought so.


In May, 2005,thevoters of theWood Green and Hornsey constituency voted to rid themselves of the former Immigration Minister, Barbara Roche.

She is now an ex-MP.


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On13 August 2000, Abdi Hamza, a 12-year-old Somalian refugee was chased by a gang of youths from a music festival in Holloway, northLondon,and stabbed six times.
He died at the scene.

The My Shoreditch.co.uk website informed us thus on the 14th of January, 2002:

"Abdirizak Hamza tried to get away after being stabbed in the heart and liver, but collapsed in on a road near his home. Four youths pleaded guilty to offences related to the vicious attack…

Two 17-year-olds had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm. Another 17-year-old and 20-year-old Errol Tobiere, of Lever Street, Shoreditch, pleaded guilty to violent disorder. The Crown dropped charges of murder against the three juveniles because it was accepted none of them had the knife.

A 16-year-old youth will be tried for the killing at a later date. The juveniles cannot be named for legal reasons.

Stephen Kramer QC, prosecuting, said Abdirizak was spotted at a street festival in August, 2000, at the Elthorne Park estate, Holloway, north London, where he lived with his family. He had been attacked in retaliation for a knife attack on one of the group by his elder brother two months before. Mr. Kramer said:

‘The defendants, the 16-year-old and most likely others chased the deceased across a road and into the estate. He was stabbed. He tried to get away but he fell and collapsed in a nearby road’."

Kay Jason Martin fled to his home in Monserrat after the killing but was extradited and tried for Abdi’s murder.

On the 12th of March, 2002, he was found guilty of murder at the Central Criminal Court and was made the subject of a Hospital Order. He was found unfitfor trialas he had the intellectual capacity of a child and would have been unable to give intelligent or coherent evidence.

Tyrone Lindo pleaded guilty to violent disorder and was sentenced to a 12-month Detention and Training Order; Errol Tobiere pleaded guilty to violent disorder and was sentenced to 2 years’ detention in a Young Offender Institution. Ali Moses and Osbert Ponde pleaded guilty to conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm and were each sentenced to 3 years 4 months’ detention in a Young Offender Institution.

Abdi was mentioned in parliament by Jeremy Corbyn, who also introduced an EDM commemorating him.

In this EDM, Corbyn did not point out thatAbdi had beenkilled by a gang of murderous, West Indian teenagers. Nor did he point out thatthey went after him in revenge for a previous knife-attack by his own brother upon a member of the gang (Lindo)that killed him.

Those who signed Corbyn’s EDM, apart from himself, included:


For the Tories: Peter Bottomley and Julian Lewis.

For New Labour: Diane Abbott; John Austin; Tony Banks; Harry Barnes; Harold Best; Russell Brown; Martin Caton; Michael Clapham; Tony Clarke; Helen Clark; Tom Cox; David Crausby; Ann Cryer; John Cummings; Terry Davis; Janet Dean; Andrew Dismore; Jim Dobbin; David Drew; Huw Edwards; Jeff Ennis; George Galloway; Ian Gibson; Norman Godman; Win Griffiths; Kelvin Hopkins; Lindsay Hoyle; Brian Iddon; Jenny Jones; Piara Khabra; Ashok Kumar; Lynne Jones; Stephen Ladyman; Andrew Love; Judy Mallaber; Paul Marsden; John McDonnell; Kevin McNamara; John McWilliam; Alan Meale; Edward O’Hara; Syd Rapson; Chris Ruane; Phil Sawford; Alan Simpson; Dennis Skinner; David Taylor; Jon Trickett; Desmond Turner; Bill Tynan and Rudi Vis.

For the Lib Dems: Paul Burstow; Brian Cotter; Andrew George; Donald Gorrie: Mike Hancock; Nick Harvey; Simon Hughes; Paul Keetch; Bob Russell and Paul Tyler.

For Plaid Cymru: Elfyn Llwyd and Simon Thomas.

For the Ulster Unionists: Roy Beggs and John D Taylor.

Interestingly, although Corbyn was happy to sign 12 of the 13 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence, an EDM concerning Abdi and Damilola Taylor, an EDM sympathising with Quaddus Ali, several EDMs mentioning Rohit Duggal and Rolan Adams, and EDMs noting the deaths of Kenneth Severin, Roger Sylvester, Muktar Ahmed, Brian Douglas, Omasese Lumumba, Shiji Lapite, Ibrahim Sey, Zahid Mubarek, Jay Abatan and Joy Gardner, since the death of Stephen Lawrence, he has only ever bothered to sign one EDM commemorating the death of a white youngster murdered by first or second-generation immigrants.

Scott Davies was stabbed to death in Reading by a vicious thug called Kevin Alvarado and Jane Griffiths, MP, introduced an EDM sympathising with Scott. However, there is more to this, the one immigrant-killing-Brit EDM that Corbyn was prepared to sign, than meets the eye.

Firstly, Scott’s murderer is never named, so anyone giving the EDM a casual look would never know of his murderer’salien pedigree.

Secondly, Alvarado is white, so, if you cankeep the immigrant bit out of the equation, thiswould come across asa purely white-on-white killing.

Thirdly, Murray Lewis, a Reading mini-cab driver,stopped at the scene of the stabbing and called upon Alvarado and his friends to stop attacking Scott. Mr. Lewis was black and the Corbyns of this world seize every opportunity to publicise the immigrant when he has done a good deed.

Fourthly, and most importantly, Scott’s murder was the first to be caught on CCTV camera and Jane Griffiths, MP,used his death to call for the widespread introduction of this technology. She mentions Scott twice in the EDM, she mentions CCTV on four occasions.

What’s wrong with CCTV you may ask?

Well, if you knew what I know, you’d be pretty confident in asserting that the imposition of CCTV throughout the country had at least as much to do with the New World Order’s desire to keep an eye on us, the law abiding majority, as it ever had to do with the police keeping an eye on the criminals.

Jeremy Corbyn signed this EDM, not because he gave a toss about the death of a young, English lad at the hands of a thuggish, second-generation immigrant, but because he is on the side of those who wished to introduce this Brit-controlling spyware.

It’s us, the decent, much put-upon solid citizens of Britain thatthetop lot areafraid of, the Kevin Alvarados of this world merely comprise the cutting edge of Big Brother’s brownshirt army.









On7 July 2005, shortly after the London bombings, the Deputy Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Brian Paddick, said:

"We are content that the security level was appropriate".

Which, you have to admit, was a pretty stupid thing to say.

The day after four Islamic chaps slaughtered52 people and injured hundreds more,Paddick said something even more stupid.

"Islam and terrorism don't go together," he said.

So says the bloke three from the top of the cop shop in London.

This is what's protecting us from the bad guys.

DuringPaddick's adolescence he was bullied by other children when they figured out he was gay, which wasn't too difficult as he is a biton the"camp" side.

He is one of the new breed of university educated, new world order boys that populate the upper echelons of British law enforcement these days:

He's the bloke who, infamously, pioneered a "softly, softly" approach to cannabis usage in Brixton.

He is on record as saying:

"My view is that there are a whole range of people who buy drugs - not just cannabis but even cocaine and Ecstasy... It has no adverse effect on the rest of the people that they are with, whether this is the people they socialise with or the rest of the community. In terms of prioritisation, they are low down on my priority list."

And:

"Cannabis does not appear to damage the community like alcohol, crack and heroine... I have never know anyone to commit crime in order to fund a cannabis habit".

Which, if you know about these things, is not just a politically correct thing to say, it's insanely dishonestas well. Especially when the words are spoken by a copper who has to deal with theresults of cannabis usage all the time.

As regards his sexuality, la Paddick says:

"I've been open and honest".

Which,according to a November, 2002, letter, sent to him by the Metropolitan Police Authority, isn't strictly accurate.

Paddickhad denied the claims made byformer lover, James Renolleau,that he had smoked at least 100 spliffs with policeman P. He did, however, admit that Renolleau had usedcannabis in theirLondon flat. His lover was on police bail at this time, having previously been arrested forfraud.

The MPA's lettercriticisedPaddick for having "demonstrated lack of judgement". It alsoadmonished him for failing to inform his superiors that he wascohabiting with afraudster who was out on bail.

All of which doesn't exactly inspire confidence in his "openness and honesty", now does it?

And then he wasn't all that open and honest whenhe pledged himself tohis former wife. I mean, getting wed just tocover uphis homosexuality wasn't a very nicetrick to play on a trusting, young bride, now was it?

And before thathe got engaged toTWO other girls!

It's not whatmost of us wouldcall "open and honest", Paddick, old perv.

La Paddick also thinks"anarchy" is "appealing".

It saysso on his website.

That's anarchy.

You know, lawlessness, might is right, take what you want, society's a drag sort of stuff.

Here are a few more pearls of Paddickian wisdom:

"I am an ordinary gay man and I do things that ordinary gay men do."

"There is a wonderful mix of people here... You can be yourself in Lambeth and it's not a problem. You can be what you want to be... I've been open and honest about... the number of robberies occurring the area, about the fact they're more by young black guys as opposed to young white guys." (Theclumsy syntax isPaddick's not mine)

"I demonstrate I understand the local community by not employing tactics like dog-sniffing down at the underground station... I won't use Section 60, which gives the police the power to be stopped and searched."

Before we leave this "ordinary gay man" to "do things that ordinary gay men do",I ought to admit that he does have his admirers.

Apart from the legalise cannabis crowd, Red Ken Livingston thinks he's great as well.

Yep, when Paddick was moved to a desk job when his private life was being investigated,Red Ken said he was the victim of an "orchestrated campaign" which was "highly homophobic, intrusive and personal".

He also released a statement which read:

"There can be little doubt that Commander Paddick would not now be in the position he finds himself were it not for his sexuality. Those who have waged a campaign against this police officer are the real obstacles to the fight against crime."

Really, Ken?

It was the politically INCORRECT types who invitedall this criminality into Britain, was it? I mean, you have to admit thatit was the non-PC types who wanted the immigrant kept out of Britain.

You know, the immigrant?

Those who blew us up on 7/7? Those who mug us and kill us and rape us and ethnically cleanse us out of our own ancient stamping grounds?

Wasn't it people like you, Ken, who always put the foreigner first, who imported all the first and second-generation immigrant crime and hatred of thedear, old Britinto this country?

Wasn't it you and the PC crowd who did your best to make the indigenous feel guilty about things they never did whilst, at the same time, relentlessly promoting the newcomer and covering upthe terrible effects that his criminality was having upon the rest of us?

No?

It was all the fault of us law-abiding, white types, was it?

Who should bugger off to Spain and die quietly, I suppose.

Right.

Anyway, Red Ken thinks la Paddick is fab.

As does Lee Jasper, one of Red Ken's most senior advisors.

I'm going to list some of the jobs and committees this well connected fellow sits on. Don't hold your breath whatever you do.

Member of the Mayor's Advisory Cabinet,responsible for political advice regarding race relations in London; senior Policy Advisor on Equalities for the Mayor of Greater London responsible for the development, enactment and promotion of equalities policies for the GLA; National Secretary of the National Assembly against Racism; Senior Policy Advisor to the Inner London Education Authority; ex-board member of the Royal Commonwealth Society;President of the National Black Students Alliance; Deputy Representative of the UK on the European Council's European National Anti Racist Network; council member of Charter 88; advisorwithinthe Home Secretary's Race Relations Forum; Chairman of the National Black Alliance, the National Black Caucus, Operation Black Vote and the Lambeth Police Consultative Group;Chairman of Scotland Yard Operation Trident Lay Advisory Group; former Director of the 1990 Trust; Director of Development, the Mangrove Trust; Chair of Mangrove Community Association; Secretary, Notting Hill Carnival; founder and board member of the Jubilee 2000 Campaign;sits on the board of theCriminal Justice Consultative Race Sub Group;member of Trident Lambeth Independent Advisory Group;co-Chairman of Communities on Line; Press and Publicity Officer, Interval Housing Project and the Rainer Foundation and school Governor of St Andrew's School, Brixton.

Oh, and he's a board member of theBlack Jewish Forum as well.

Not bad for a bloke who built a career out ofpressure groups and political agitation, who's never been down a mine, fought for his country or done a 12-hour stint on the factory floor, eh?

Anyway, Jasper thinks Paddick is fab, too.

"He understands the necessity to have a listening ear, and to be genuinely transparent and honest", says Jasper.

"He trusted the community and they trusted him... He's a strongly extrovert character (like Danny la Rue and Elton John) and that can often lead him to speaking without thinking and that can get him into trouble."

What?

How does a man whospeaks "without thinking", andfinds himselfin trouble because of it, get to be number three at the Met?

Jasper also said this at the time of the Met's investigation into Paddick's behaviour with James Renolleau:

"Brian Paddick has revolutionised the face of police and community relations."

Well, yes. I think we'd all agree with that, Jasper, old sport. But did he revolutionise things for the better, that's the thing?

Jasper added:

"He is a tremendously effective officer, which is why we want a speedy conclusion to this investigation. He's admitted his errors. He should be reinstated."

In March 2002, at a time when those who were investigatingPaddick were beingpressured to exonerate him, Jon Owen Jones, MP, weighed in on his behalf with a heavyweight Early Day Motion.

This EDM said:

"That this House deplores the witch-hunt currently underway against Brian Paddick, until recently the Commander of the Lambeth Police Force; deplores the homophobic nature of many of the smears and innuendoes directed against him; finds it extraordinary the Metropolitan Police has taken action against him on the basis of a previous boyfriend once having committed acts the Home Office has now decided are no more serious than a parking offence; and congratulates Commander Paddick for having the integrity and bravery to speak his mind on policing issues and hopes this episode will not discourage other policemen from doing the same in the future."

Those, apart from Jon Owen Jones, who signed this for New Labour were:

John Austin, Vera Baird, Tony Banks, Harold Best, David Borrow, Russell Brown, Chris Bryant, Karen Buck, Martin Caton, Tony Colman, Jeremy Corbyn, Ann Cryer, Ian Davidson, Terry Davis, Clive Efford, Paul Flynn, Brian Iddon, Glenda Jackson, Lynne Jones, Ian Lucas, Alice Mahon, Rob Marris, Chris McCafferty, Edward O'Hara, James Plaskitt, Greg Pope, Gordon Prentice, Martin Salter, Alan Simpson, Chris Smith, Paul Stinchcombe and Rudi Vis..

John Barrett, Alistair Carmichael, Andrew George, Matthew Green, Nick Harvey, Paul Holmes, Nigel Jones and Jenny Tonge signedthe EDMfor the Lib Dems and Adam Price signed it for Plaid Cymru.



At least four of the above MPs are, themselves, gay and all of them are as PC as the powers-behind-the-throne require them to be.

Anyway, here's one last Paddickian pearl of wisdom before we pass on:

"Lambeth people tend to be more forward thinking. There is a lot younger population than in other parts of the country."

So, young, black people, who do seem to committhe majorityof the crime in the most "anarchic" and violent neck of the woods in Britain, are, according to this pink and fluffy policeman,"more forward thinking" thanthe rest of us.

That's us, the white, British law-abidingtypes,who, in comparison to the youthful, black Brixton type, come across asrather backward thinking.

In the PC world of Paddick, that is.

What do you think of that, you dinosaurs?

I think that, not only doesBrian bat for the other side, if you asked him, Red Ken and Lee Jasper whose side theywanted to be on when it really, really mattered, they wouldn't be the least bitinterested in batting for an England as it used to be before they came along.

On3 August 2007, the Lib Dems released this statement:

“We have been in talks with Brian Paddick, among others. We hope and expect him to go forward for the nomination as part of a full and open selection process which will begin shortly.”

This is Brian Paddick:



Ken Livingstone and Lee Jasper are pictured below:








This is Chris Smith:




Chris Smith, who was theNew Labour MP for Islington South and Finsbury until 2005, signed an EDM condemning "inflammatory media coverage depicting asylum seekers as disease carriers".

This EDM went on to say"how damaging such reports can be to people who have come to this country, in search of a safe haven and... also have HIV", and addedthat "such media attention only fuels racism and stigma which is wholly counterproductive to the necessity to treat such individuals with respect and compassion".


Now, it seems to me thata 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 politicians place the health and happiness of the native born population at tremendous risk. The British people should consider when, if ever, a politically correct bleeding-heart, like Chris Smith, was as keen to act with such charity towards them.


Smith also signed an EDM which applauded "the Government's decision to amend the law so that homophobic discrimination, abuse or violence is treated on the same basis of law as racial or religious discrimination, abuse or violence, thereby recognising homophobia in law as a hate crime".

Smith also signed an EDM encouraging the government to legislate on behalf of "transsexual peoples' rights".


Since he signed the three EDMs cited above, Smith, who is homosexual, has admitted that he has been infected with the AIDS virus for many years.


AlthoughSmith was happy to signa good fewEarly Day Motions supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, 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.

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


However, he never signed an EDM commemorating his constituent, Emmanuel Hand, nor did he ever call for the black man whomurdered him to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime he committed.

Nor did Smith evercall forMoroccan immigrant, Ibrahim Aderdour,who murderedVivien Trant, John Trant, their daughter Sophie Trant and her 16 month old daughter, in their Islington home, to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime he committed.

Nor did he evercall for the black man who murdered his constituent, 82-year-old Violetta Vella, to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of the crime he committed.

Nor did he ever give a parliamentary mentionto Gavin McGrath, who was murdered by a man of Maltese origin in Smith'sconstituency.

Nor did he mention the death of Graham Thomas at the hands of a gang of mostly immigrant stock inhisconstituency.

In fact, Smith has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons killed by first and second-generation immigrants in Parliament,nor has he ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.







This is Diane Abbott:




Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North & Stoke Newington,was the first parliamentarian to mention the phrase "institutional racism" when she used it in a House of Commons debate on the 9th of June, 1992, 6 years before the phrase was used in the McPherson report.

She got it from Stokely Carmichael, the US black-power revolutionary, who used the phrase in the 1960s. Carmichael's own philosophy can beneatly summed inthis uncompromising statement of intent:


"Black people should and must fight back… Those of us who advocate Black Power are quite clear in our minds that a ‘non-violent’ approach to civil rights is an approach black people cannot afford and a luxury white people do not deserve." (Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America. 1967)

Before she became such an establishment icon, Abbott would, probably, have been as proud to identify with this Carmichaelian sentiment as she was with his "institutional racism" remark.

A measure of the depths of hypocrisy and dishonesty to which this new breed of PC politician is prepared to descend would be neatly summed up by Abbott's relationship to private education. Before shesent her own child to a posh fee-paying school, rather than to Comprehensive in her own borough, she had a very long, very vocal, very outraged history of criticism of those who would educate their children privately. New Labour luvvies, Tony Blair and Harriet Harman, had both been rightly criticised by the Marxist prima donnabeforeshe chose to ditch her inconvenient principlesandfollow suit.

In the House of Commons, Abbott voted to downgrade the illegality of cannabis usage and possession, such that possession will no longer be an arrestable offence in most cases.

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 mentioned Rolan Adams, Orville Murray, who were black, and the Asians Ricky Reel, Firsat Yildiz and Rohit Duggal on the floor of the House of Commons.

She also signed an EDM censuring Justice Henriques "for imposing a token sentence on the convicted violent criminal, Jonathan Woodgate". (Woodgater is a white, English soccer player) Abbott was "incredulous that Justice Henriques should have let off Woodgate... on the grounds that he had 'suffered agonies', when the so-called agonies he suffered pale into insignificance compared with the genuine agonies and mental trauma suffered by Woodgate's victim, Safraz Najeib".

However, Abbot never signed an EDM bringing the many crimes carried out by her own constituent, the black footballer Clive Henry, to the public's attention, and the "genuine agonies and mental trauma" suffered bya 68-year-old white victim of Henry's sexual brutality.

She has also signed a great many Early Day Motions specifically sympathetic to asylum seekers and immigrants since New Labour came to power.

She also signed an EDM mentioning the deaths of Ibrahima Sey, Joy Gardner, Brian Douglas, Shiji Lapite and Wayne Douglas in police custody.

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 also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

She 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)

She signed an EDM commemorating the death of Kenneth Severin.

She also signed an EDM commemorating the death of Ruhullah Aramesh.

Abbott has also signed an EDM eulogising Asian policeman, PC Kalawant Sidhu, she has never signed an EDM which named any of the many police officers of ethnic British origin who were killed in the line of duty, since New Labour came to power in 1997.

She also signed 3 EDMs which mentioned 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 proposing that by a statue of Nelson Mandela occupy the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. 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 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 has also signed EDMs commemorating the deaths of Roger Sylvester and Ricky Reel.

She also signed several EDMs commemorating the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza and signed 10 out of the 13 EDMs in Parliament commemorating Stephen Lawrence. She has also mentioned his name many times in the House of Commons.


However,Diane Abbottnever bothered to mention the death of her constituent, Catherine Wrenn, in the House of Commons.

85-year-old Catherine was attacked outside her homeand died in Homerton Hospital three days later. She had been grabbed from behind and knocked to the ground by a black youth.


Nor did Abbot ever mention "The Strangler" or his victims in the House of Commons.

Between November, 1994, and May, 1996, at least 6 women in their twenties were brutally attacked in and around Abbott's constituency. Illegal immigrant, Sotiris Mehmet, whom the mediachristened, "the Strangler", strangled the women to the point of unconsciousness before raping most of them.

Nor did Abbott ever mention the 25th of July, 2000, incident in which a white, 52-year-old Hackney woman, who was trapped under her car after a crash, was deliberately run over several times "in an apparent bid to kill her" by a young, black man.

She never mentioned 26-year-old Douglas McPherson, who was attacked in Hackney by a gang of black men and died in hospital four days later.

She never mentioned the October, 2003, arson attack in Stoke Newington, which claimed the lives of three innocent people. Turkish immigrant, Yilmaz Gumus, set the blaze which killed them because he suspected that his Polish mistress, Monika Pawlowska, was seeing another man. Monika, herself, was unhurt.

Nor did Abbottmention the brutal behaviour of 50-strong "Lords of Stratford Crew" who rampaged across London on trains, buses and the Underground, terrorising anyone in their path. Many of the crimes this, hugeblack gang committed were committed in Abbott's constituency.

Abbot didn't see fit tomention the death of her constituent, David Kellam, in the House of Commons. David was stabbed to death at a Croydon party by an unknown Asian.

Nor did Abbott ever mention the many black and Asian upon white gang-rapes that have taken place in her constituency and elsewhere in London, in the House of Commons. Nor has she ever bothered to inform us of the facts quoted in the following 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".



Abbot never signed an EDM commemorating the ordeal that the victims of the crimes described above had to endure either. She never signedany because not one of those parliamentarians, whom we elected to serve our needs and protect our interests, thought these incidents merited such an EDM.

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











On 20 May 2008, Leo McKinstry reported thus in The Daily Mail:

"Political ideologues live in a permanent state of denial, refusing to accept any evidence that contradicts them. A classic example of this pattern lies in family policy. For decades, feminist zealots have told us that family structure is irrelevant, fathers are unnecessary for child-rearing and marriage is outdated.

These views have had a disastrous influence, encouraging the state to preside over the breakdown in the traditional family. The results are everywhere - in crime, in benefits dependency, poverty and the rising costs to public services.

Yet, amid all this wreckage, hardliners still cling to their dogma. And none is more hardline than the High Priestess of British Feminism, Harriet Harman. In an extraordinary interview published yesterday, she declared marriage was 'irrelevant' to public policy and described high rates of separation as a 'positive development', as it reflected 'greater choice' for couples - never mind the children.

If nothing else, Harman can be credited with consistency. Neither the facts nor the passage of time have changed her mind. She was preaching this dangerous gospel of feminist fascism when she was first elected to Parliament in 1982.

When I came to work for her as a parliamentary aide in the early Nineties, Harman was questioning whether fathers were necessary at all. In her 26 years as MP, she appears to have learnt nothing from representing the poor South London constituency of Camberwell and Peckham. It not only has one of the highest rates of lone parenthood in the country, but is also one of the most deprived and crimeridden areas in Britain. Yet in Harriet Harman's mind, these two points are not connected.

As a naive young Ulsterman, hailing from a middle-class, two-parent home in Belfast, I was shocked at the complete absence of responsible fathers in the big housing estates that dominated the constituency.

Yet this wilful creation of fractured society in her own midst did not bother Harriet.

'Families come in all shapes and sizes', has long been one of the favourite mantras of the Left.

Research studies have shown, however, that children do better when raised in married families... Research, concluded that a stable background means you are less likely to be out of work, live off the State, become single parents or even smoke. Children of married parents do better in exams, according to other studies, and are less likely to have mental difficulties.

The Commons Home Affairs Committee has shown that levels of family breakdown among the black community are propelling teenagers into a life of crime. This was all too evident in Peckham's phenomenal caseload, arising from an army of constituents who were reliant on the state for all their needs, which meant I found working for Harriet an extremely demanding job.

When I first took up the post, many friends in the Labour party told me I was an idiot to do so. She had a tyrannical reputation, notorious for her unreasonable demands and hectoring manner... There was often an air of chaos about her management - she often struggled to remain on top of her paperwork. And for someone in the frontline of politics, Harman could be strangely ill-informed about current affairs and I would have to brief her strenuously for appearances on BBC Question Time, trying to ensure, for instance, that she remembered the names of key players in the Middle East peace process.

She could also be odd about money. At one stage she decided to employ a media negotiator to enhance her earnings from routine broadcast appearances - unheard of in Whitehall. It was a tactic that backfired when an outraged ITV company leaked to the Press her substantial demand for a fee...

I can now see what aggravates so many people about her: the politically correct condescension; smug self-certainty despite a record of incompetence; the whiff of born-to-rule arrogance; the attachment to the shibboleths of multi-culturalism and feminism. Harman is the embodiment of so much that is wrong with New Labour. Born into affluent privilege herself, Harman is that classic socialist type that regards the robust British working class with suspicion. But Harriet's greatest vice - and there are many - is her hypocrisy. She is now the Deputy Leader of a party that, in its latest by-election campaign in Crewe, has descended into the gutter of class warfare, deriding its opponents as 'toffs'.

Yet few figures in modern politics have enjoyed greater privilege than Harman. Her father was a Harley Street surgeon, her uncle the Earl of Longford. She was educated at the exclusive St Paul's Girls' School, before going on to York University and legal training. And like so many of the New Labour elite, she has never had a real job... Before she entered Parliament, she worked as the legal officer for the radical pressure group, the National Council for Civil Liberties.

Further hypocrisy comes in the way she is raising her family - Harman's attachment to the socialist ideal of comprehensive education clearly does not extend to her own life. She sent one of her sons to a grant-maintained school, another to a selective grammar, reinforcing the belief that too many Labour politicians refuse to practise what they preach.

Living in the leafy enclave of Dulwich, Harman's detachment from her constituents' lives was further reflected when she wore a stab-proof vest for a tour of Peckham, even though she was escorted by three police officers...

In 11 years of Labour rule she has no significant achievements to her name. She was sacked from the Cabinet by Blair in 1998 for making a hash of the policy of welfare reform. Since then she has used a succession of jobs, first Solicitor-General and now Minister for Equalities and Leader of the Commons as a platform to propound her dated brand of feminism.

Her mix of incompetence and cash problems was again demonstrated when she was embroiled in the Donorgate row recently, having accepted money for her Deputy Leadership bid without checking the source and then failing to make a proper declaration to the Electoral Commission...

Harman is fond of talking about equality, but her policies move in precisely theopposite direction.

So she has called for the introduction of US-style positive discrimination for job candidates, where female and ethnic minority candidates are favoured over white males. This is in direct contradiction of equal opportunities. Nothing could be more unjust, patronising or discriminatory than awarding jobs on the basis of skin colour or gender. The same is true of her scheme to promote all-black shortlists in elections to increase the number of non-white MPs.

But then Harman has never had time for the British public, preferring to patronise rather than listen. She wants to shape society instead of serving its genuine needs.

Her entire career, based on the elitist belief that she knows best, represents a betrayal of the traditional working class - the very people Labour was founded to represent."

Harman has a deal of form in the marriage-wrecking, absent-dad-is-best book.

As long ago as 1990, she co-authored a report entitled The Family Way, which criticised the family unit and mothers who stay at home. In fact the booklet went so far as to wonder whether:

"... the presence of fathers in families is necessarily a means to social harmony and cohesion".

Erin Pizzey described the work as a:

"... staggering attack on men and their role in modern life".

So, "why does Harriet Harman hate marriage"?

Perhaps because she is a member of a New World Order elite that despises the British working-classes and wants them gone?

Lord Longford was Harman's uncle and the writers Thomas Pakenham, Rachel Billington and Lady Antonia Fraser are her cousins. Fraser is married to the Jewish playwright, Harold Pinter.

Harman is great-granddaughter of Arthur Chamberlain and Louisa Kenrick.

Arthur was the brother of Joseph who served under Gladstone and Salisbury. Louisa's cousin, Harriet, married Joseph and they were the parents of Austen, Chancellor of the Exchequer and Foreign Secretary. Louisa's sister Florence married him after Harriet's death. They were the parents of Neville, Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940.

Another Harman great-grandfather was a wealthy paper merchant.

Harman’s sister, Sarah, was caught passing confidential papers to her when she was Solicitor General.

Sarah Harman was, subsequently, found guilty of "conduct unbefitting a solicitor" and forced to resign.

Wikipedia has this to say about Harman:

"Between 1978 and 1982 she was legal officer for the National Council for Civil Liberties, before becoming MP for Peckham in a by-election in 1982. She became Labour's front-bench spokesman for Social Services in 1984, and then Health in 1987. After the 1992 general election she was elected to the Shadow Cabinet and became shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, then Shadow Secretary of State for Health.

After the 1992 general election she was elected to the Shadow Cabinet and became shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, then Shadow Secretary of State for Health...

Whilst holding this post she was involved in a media controversy when she sent her eldest son to a grant maintained school, then her younger son to a grammar school. Labour policy opposed these forms of education, but she retained high office with the support of the Labour leader, Tony Blair. (Tony Blair has also sent his children to top Grammar schools)

After Labour's victory in the 1997 general election, she became Secretary of State for Social Security...

During this period Harman became regarded as an over-promoted New Labour apparatchik.

Harman was sacked in 1998".

Of Harman's decision to send her son to the grant-maintained London Oratory, (where Tony Blair sent his sons) the black MP, Diane Abbot, said this:

"She made the Labour Party look as though we say one thing and do another".

Abbot would later refrain from sending her own son to the local Comprehensive, preferring instead to enrol him at an elite Grammar, some way away from all the nasty gun-toters.

Wikipedia continued:

"She made a return to the front bench in 2001 with her appointment to the office of Solicitor General, thus becoming the first female Solicitor General ever".

In 2003,our Solicitor Generalwas fined £400 and banned from driving for seven days after being convicted of driving at 99 mph.

It was reported in January 2004 thatthe Solicitor General'sson, in his first year at the University of Warwick, had been caught smoking marijuana, but not been expelled from his halls of residence in accordance with the university's policy.

The media contrasted his treatment with that of another fellow first-year, who had died on the way home after suffering the usual punishment, getting lost, and wandering on to some train tracks.

In 2007,Harman was issued with a £60 fixed penalty notice and given three penalty points on her license for driving at 50 mph on a stretch of road with a 40 mph limit.

The Jewish property developer and major New Labour donor, David Abrahams, gave £5,000 to Harman's bid to become the New Labour Party's Deputy Leader.

When Harman was interviewed on the BBC Radio 4 PM programme on 27 November 2007, she was evasive when asked to confirm or deny that her campaign team had contacted Abrahams' secretary soliciting money.

Harman is now the Deputy Leader ofNew Labour.

Harman is married to Jack Dromey, Trade Union Leader and former Labour Party Treasurer.

Heis on record as having said:

"Our economy needs migrant labour, they are essential. It would be impracticable but also immoral to deport half a million people. Who would clean? Who would cook? The time has come for a debate around amnesty for those workers".

"We will act as the champion of migrant workers, they enrich our life. Migrant workers should be organised and not marginalised. We will confront the cancer of racism in the workplace. We will ensure action in parliament. We will combat racism in the community. The brain-dead boot boys of the BNP will never have a place in the T&G."

Dromey saidsomething similarin a speech at the TUC conference on 15 September 2004:

"I love living in Herne Hill/Brixton, with its thriving Afro-Caribbean culture. Next door is Peckham with the largest African community in Britain. I know of no more decent and hard-working peoples. Give me the Peckham African community any day to the brain-dead BNP boot boys of Burnley…

Our task is not to fear migrant workers, BUT INSTEAD TO WELCOME THEM TO OUR SHORES".

Dromey's Irish father was "welcomed to our shores" in 1938.

He, too, became a trades union leader.

In 20 June 2007, The Christian Voice told us this:

"Before she became an MP, Harriet Harman was the legal officer in the late 1970s for the National Council for Civil Liberties. When Miss Harman joined NCCL in 1978, PIE, THE PAEDOPHILE INFORMATION EXCHANGE, had already been affiliated for three years. ANOTHER GROUP, PAEDOPHILE ACTION FOR LIBERATION, a Gay Liberation Front offshoot, HAD ALSO BEEN AFFILIATED TO NCCL UNTIL IT WAS ABSORBED BY PIE. PIE, WHICH CAMPAIGNED FOR ADULTS TO HAVE SEX LEGALLY WITH CHILDREN, ONLY BROKE OFF ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH NCCL WHEN IT WENT UNDERCOVER IN 1982, the same year that Harriet Harman left her NCCL post to become Member of Parliament for Peckham.

NCCL PEOPLE WERE EARLIER INVOLVED IN KEEPING THE NAME OF AN NCCL COUNCIL-MEMBER, JONATHAN WALTERS, OUT OF THE PEOPLE NEWSPAPER WHEN IT RAN AN EXPOSÉ OF PAEDOPHILE ACTION FOR LIBERATION, OF WHICH HE WAS SECRETARY, IN 1975. The People still ran the story, but Walters was not named.

Even more extraordinary is the fact that A CURRENT CABINET MINISTER WAS RUNNING THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CIVIL LIBERTIES AT THE TIME ALL THIS WAS GOING ON.

The Rt Hon PATRICIA HEWITT MP, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR HEALTH, BECAME GENERAL SECRETARY OF NCCL IN 1974. THE VERY NEXT YEAR, 1975, NCCL INVITED THE PAEDOPHILE INFORMATION EXCHANGE AND PAEDOPHILE ACTION FOR LIBERATION TO AFFILIATE.

In the year after, 1976, the now-notorious paedophile Tom O'Carroll was invited to address the NCCL conference, which promptly voted to 'deplore' the use of chemical castration treatments for paedophiles.

Also in 1975, Patricia Hewitt joined the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, as a 'straight', in the same year that Keith Hose of the Paedophile Information Exchange addressed its second annual conference.

Hose moved a motion of censure on the conference organising committee for 'relegating paedophilia to ancillary status in conference.' The motion was seconded by Trevor Locke, who just happened to be a member of the Executive Council of the NCCL.

'AN AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE SEXUALITY OF CHILDREN IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THE LIBERATION OF THE YOUNG HOMOSEXUAL,' the motion went on.

It was duly passed.

Jack Dromey, whom Harriet Harman married in 1982, and who is now Treasurer of the Labour Party, was also involved with the NCCL. HE SERVED ON ITS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FROM 1970 TO 1979, SO HE WAS THERE WHEN THE DECISION TO INVITE THE TWO PAEDOPHILE GROUPS TO AFFILIATE WAS MADE.

NCCL also set up a gay rights sub-committee at the same time, MEMBERS OF WHICH INCLUDED PROMINENT PAEDOPHILES PETER BREMNER (ALIAS ROGER NASH), MICHAEL BURBIDGE, KEITH HOSE AND TOM O'CARROLL. And of course Walters and Locke were on the Executive.
Stephen Green, National Director of Christian Voice, commented:

'It is timely that the ghosts of the 1970's past should come back to haunt these three leading Labour Party politicians. Harriet Harman, Jack Dromey and Patricia Hewitt were in their mid- or late-twenties at the time, but that cannot really excuse the way NCCL came to regard paedophiles as an oppressed minority whose civil liberties needed to be fought for.

'All three of them really need to explain WHY THEY WERE SO FRIENDLY TOWARD SO MANY… HOMOSEXUAL PAEDOPHILES IN THEIR YOUTH. WHY DID THEY ALLOW THE NCCL GAY RIGHTS SUB-COMMITTEE TO BE STUFFED WITH THEM? WHY WERE THEY HAPPY TO WORK WITH PAEDOPHILIA SUPPORTERS ON THE NCCL EXECUTIVE?

It cannot have been sympathy with child-molestation, so was it a complete lack of judgment or was it moral cowardice?

'NCCL has now been rebranded as 'Liberty' and is doing great work standing up to the Government to defend the civil liberties of us all. But thirty years ago some rather peculiar things went on, and I think we should be told why’.”

http://www.christianvoice.org.uk/Press/press041.html

Harriet Harman, MP for Camberwell and Peckham, voted for war with Iraq.

She did not vote for an amendment which sought to prevent the invasion of Afghanistan. She also voted for the military action which led to led to the widespread bombing of Iraq in 1998.

Twenty two 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.

Harman signed none of them.

At least 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.

Harman signed none of them.

She voted to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples and to lower age of consent for gay sex to 16.

She voted against the motion which opposed government plans to cut student funding and voted for student top-up fees.

She voted for the establishment of Foundation hospitals (privatisation by the back door) in all four of the most important Commons divisions

Of the seventeen EDMs (and their amendments) which were explicitly or implicitly critical of the Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe, Harman signed none of them.

During the lifetime of the New Labour government, Harman has had plenty of opportunity to sign some of the many EDMs introduced into Parliament which were suspicious and/or critical of GM "Frankenstein food" technology.

She didn't sign any.

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 signed an EDM, introduced by the black Jew, Oona King, welcoming:

"... all-party support that the Race Relations Bill has received throughout its passage in both Houses of Parliament; and calls on all public authorities - the police, central and local government, the NHS and others, all of whose functions will be covered by the amended Race Relations Act 1976, to seize the opportunity provided by this legislation to tackle all forms of racial discrimination".

When Harman signed this pernicious EDM, she will have known that it was designed to bear down upon the native, white population of Britain only.

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

She also mentioned the murder of Damilola Taylor many times in the House of Commons. She also mentioned the death in prison custody of the black man, Alton Manning. She also signed an EDM commemorating Stephen Lawrence.

However, Harman never mentioned the murder of her constituent, Leslie Watkinson. Leslie, a 66-year-old former Salvation Army Major, was knocked to the ground just yards from his home by three black youths who stole his pension. Nor did Harman mention the murder of Hilda Ashdown, who was killed by two black men. Nor did she mention the murder of Angela Demetriou, who was killed by her black neighbour.

In fact, Harman has never brought a black/Asian-upon-white murder to the attention of the British people in the House of Commons. Nor has she ever signed an EDM commemorating any of the many British dead who have been murdered by first and second-generation immigrants.

The monstrous, aristocraticanti-Brit pictured below is now the Deputy Leader of a political party that was set up to represent the British working-classes.

I met Harriet Harman and Jack Dromey in a late night drinking den once.

She was thrusting her bosom out, hands on hips and posing coquettishly. I remember her insisting that my pal and I DID know who she was. (I knew who she was alright but I was pretending not to)

Dromey, squirt-like, was trying to hide under the table and, very definitely, did not like his wife sharing herself with two proper chaps. After a while he got brave enough to cheep something along the lines of:

"We should be getting home now".

Which, I have to admit, is exactly what I think now.

They, along with a good many others, should be on their way.










Harry Cohen, New Labour MP for Leyton and Wanstead, voted for the decriminalisation 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 signed two EDMs criticising the decision to deport Nigerian immigrant, Sunday Ogunwobi, and his family.

Ogunwobi is still here 14 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".

Cohen also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel.

Despite the "suspicious" description Cohen and others ascribed to Ricky death in this EDM, the police have never been able to conclude anything other than that Ricky, who was intoxicated at the time of his death, had fallen into the Thames whilst urinating.

Cohen also signed an EDM expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

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

He signed three EDMs sympathising with illegal immigrant,Joy Gardner, and one commemorating asylum-seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

He also signed EDMs sympathisng with the deaths, in police custody, of Ibrahima Sey, Brian Douglas, Shiji Lapite and Wayne Douglas.

He also signed EDMs sympathising with Alton Manning, Muktar Ahmed and Leon Patterson.

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

He also mentioned the deaths of Roger Sylvester, Damilola Taylor and Rocky Bennett several times in Parliament. They were all black.

He also signed an enormous amount of Early Day Motions specifically supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants. However, 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 also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek.

Cohen also read out a list, in Parliament, of all the black people who had lost their lives in police custody since 1987, which, Cohen stated, the Institute of Race Relations and the campaigning organisation, Inquest, described as giving some cause for concern. These were:

Akhtar Moghul, Clinton McCurbin, Ahmed Katangole, Rai Jasbir Singh, Nenneh Jalloh, Mohammed Parkit, Anachu Anozie Osita, Tunay Hassan, Terence Brown, Anthony Mahon, Mark Ventour, Joseph Palombella, Samuel Carew, Femi Adelaja, Armando Belonia, Bahader Singh, Oakley Ramsey, Kelroy Briscoe, Joseph Watts, Sajjan Singh Atwal, Derek Stephen Buchanan, Martin Richmond, Wayne Tobison, David `Duke' Daley, Nicholas Bramble, Vincent Graham, Jamie Stewart, Edwin Carr, Mr. Romany, Siho Iyugiven, Germain Alexander, Kimpua Nsimba, Oliver Pryce, Aslam Khan, Edwin Robinson, Delroy McKnight, Vandana Patel, Ian Gordon, Arthur Allison, Leon Patterson, Sohan Sanghera, Joy Gardner, Kwanele Eldah Siziba, Mark Harris, Joseph Nnalue, Oluwashiji Shiji Lapite, Tyrone Wilson, David Ewin, John Ryan, Kwaku Andrew Ohene, Omasase Lumumba, Melita Crawford, Errol Commock, James Segawa, Ian Francis, Donna Awadat, Nadeem Younus, Warren Jones, Adejare Paul Akinbiyi, Turan Pekoz, Carl Owens, Oluwafeyisola Akinbobola, Norman Washington Manning, Anthony Lloyd Powell, Orville Blackwood, Mark Fletcher, Munir Usef Mojothi, Jerome Scott and Rupert Marshall.

In 1981, he also mentioned Winston Rose, who died in 1981, and Nicholas Ofusi, who died in 1983, on the floor of the House of Commons. He mentioned Joy Gardner twice in Parliament, Shiji Lapite 8 times, and Clinton McCurbin and Winston Rose once more.

He also mentioned the death of black youth, Stephen Lawrence, several times in the House of Commons, and signed 11 of the 13 Early Day Motions commemorating him. He also mentioned Stephen's parents, Neville and Doreen, in two EDMs.

Cohen used the phrase "institutionalised racism" several times in the House and voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.

However, Cohen never mentioned the murder of his constituent Sandra Poole in the House of Commons, he never signed an EDM commemorating her and he never called for the black man who raped and murdered her to be to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime committed.

Nor did he ever mention the death of his constituent, 82-year-old Ursula Craddock, at the hands of a black man, or sign an EDM commemorating her.

Nor did he ever mention the death in his constituency of 22-year-old Keely Donovan, at the hands of her foreign boyfriend,or sign an EDM commemorating her.

Nor did he ever mention the murder of his constituent, Derek Nolan, by a black man, or sign an EDM commemorating him.

Nor did he ever mention the murder of his constituent, Mary Davis, by a black man or sign an EDM commemorating her.
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In fact, Cohen has never signed an EDM commemorating any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first and second-generation immigrants, since New Labour came to power.

Harry Cohen has never ever mentioned any of the many British women and girls who have been raped by first and second-generation immigrants in his constituency either.

In fact, as far as I know,he has never mentioned anyone who has been raped by a first or second-generation immigarnt in this country,since he became anMP.

Most specifically, this London MP never bothered to inform his London constituents of the information conained 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".


In 1994, during yet another Commons debate, which had been contrivedto facilitate the introductionof even morerace relations legislation into law,Harry Cohensaid this:

"In 1985, I introduced the Racial Harassment Bill under the ten-minute rule. It was the first Bill presented to Parliament to make racial attack a criminal offence...

The state, especially, must make its anti-racist position absolutely clear in the law… One other reason for such a law is the rise of the British National Party… It is a threat to democracy and I would not be opposed to banning it. Neo-Nazi organisations have been banned in Germany, for example. If the Government say that there would be civil liberties problems in banning the BNP, they need to make its activities illegal… That is why a new law is so important… racial attacks in this country or the holocaust of Nazi Germany, racism equals death. It is in multicultural, multiracial societies where people live together that one has harmony; those societies equal life. We need a law ; we need the state to come out firmly to say that racism will not be tolerated."

Apart from his desire to have an organisation banned which is entirely legal, above board, does not commit mass murder on London buses or withinthe Underground system,has never marched unhindered throught the streets of England waving placards calling the faithful to murder and behead, and, in its ethnic composition, happens to be entirely British, Cohen preposterously asserts that:


"… in multicultural, multiracial societies where people live together that one has harmony".

Now, strange as it may seem, MPs generally make a concerted effort not to lie.

Instead they will do their damnedest not to give a precise answer to the trickier questions. They will give a partial response, they will answer a different question to the one posed, they will plead ignorance, the need for state secrecy and they will suggest, imply and insinuate that things are very different to the way they really are without being categoric or specific. In Tony Blair’s time, this behaviour has come to be known as spin.


Cohen, however, was, obviously, so bound up in his vision of a multicultural Utopia that his enthusiasm for the subject would appear to have affected that part of his brain that governs the spinning mechanism. The facts are these: in all history, whenever unassimilable immigration has occurred tension and chaos have resulted. No indigenous population has ever wanted to be colonised by another, let alone many others as the British have been. Human beings, along with the rest of the animal kingdom, want to live amongst their own kind, with those whose behaviour they recognise and understand, they don’t wish to live alongside those they do not know or care for. That is an absolute lesson of history.

Harry Cohen was not "spinning" on that day in 1994, he was telling a flat, nonsensical and wholly proveable lie.




In an article in The Guardian, published in late 1994, Mike Bennett, Chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, complained of:

"... a growing feeling in the police force that white, heterosexual officers are an endangered species".

On the 5th of February, 1996, Cohen responded tartly to Mike Bennett's comment in the House of Commons,saying:

"Such attitudes need to be tackled".


Between the 1st of January, 1993 and the 31st of December, 2003, there was 1801 deaths in police and prison custody.

182 of these unfortunate folk wereblack.

As has already been shown, Cohen mentioned many of these in parliament.

However,he accorded the samerespect tono more than acouple of the 1600 or so white, British people who died similarly and he only ever signed one EDM commemorating any of them.


Wake up, England.







This is Jack Straw:




Jack Straw, New Labour MP for Blackburn, and Tony Blair's first Home Secretary, 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 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. Thus, at a time when Muslims are blowing people up in Britain and waving placards threatening to behead those who criticise the prophet, this creep voted for yet another law intended to bear down upon the native, white population of these islands.

Straw has mentioned the phrase "institutionalised racism" a good many times.

He has also mentioned Zahid Mubarek, Ricky Reel. Quddas Ali, Muktar Ahmed and Damilola Taylor in the House of Commons.

He also mentioned Stephen Lawrence more than EIGHTY times!

He also eulogised Stephen Lawrence's parents on four occasions.

However, he has never mentioned his own constituent, Amy Houston, in the House of Commons.

12-year-old Amy was knocked down by Kurdish asylum seeker, Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, who, instead of stopping to help her, fled the scene.

Amy died a few hours later.

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 he was out on bail.

Nor did Straw see fit to mention toddler, Jake McGeough, who died because of a black nurse's ineptitude and carelessness.

Nor did he ever mention the gratuitous and savage attack upon his constituent, Wayne Hoole, who was chased down by a 10-strong gang of Asians and stabbed.

Nor did Straw ever mention his constituent, 16-year-old Laura Page, who was shot in the head by one member of a gang of Asian teenagers when she was minding her own business.


When New Labour came to power in 1997, Jack Straw was the man Tony Blair chose to mould British society into the multicultural, multi-ethnic shape that the globalists and the New World Order required.

As Home Secretary, Straw was the man chosen to overseethe creation and implementation of the laws that would take us forward into a new golden age.

Interesting, then, that Britain's top lawman should have a brother who has been arrested for child molestation and a son who has been arrested for dealing drugs.

Don't you think?

Of course, in comparitive terms, this is no big deal.

Lord Irvine, Tony Blair's former tutor and mentor,wasthe man Blair chose as his first Lord Chancellor, and thus,the most powerful Judge in the country.Irvine's son was arrested in the USA for stalking a former girlfriend, threatening to kill her and waving a loaded gun around in a public place.


In the BBC Radio 4 documentary, Brits, Jack Straw said this:

"The English are… potentially very aggressive, very violent".

Straw also said we English had a "propensity to violence", and offered his sympathy to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, thus:

"I think what you have within the UK is three small nations who've been over the centuries under the cosh of the English."

So, let's get the English, hey, Jack?

Let's get the English because these centuries-old bully-boys deserve to be got!

Straw came out with this sly, schismatic crap whilst he was Home Secretary.








This is Jeremy Corbyn:




Jeremy Corbyn, New Labour MP for Islington North, 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".

Although he signed at least 40 EDMs supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK, 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.

He also mentioned the death of illegal immigrant, Joy Gardner, in parliament and signed an EDM sympathising with her.

Corbyn also mentioned the death of illegal immigrant, Kwanele Siziba, and signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

He also signed an EDM which mentioned the death in jail of asylum seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

Corbyn also signed one EDM noting the death of Roger Sylvester and two more sympathising with the death of Rocky Bennett. They were both black.

He also signed an EDM condemning the police and sympathising with Asians Shiji Lapite and Ibrahim Sey and black man Brian Douglas.

He also signed an EDM commemorating the death of Ruhullah Aramesh.

He also mentioned black man, Leon Patterson, who died in police custody and signed and EDM sympathising with him.

Corbyn also signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu, who fell to his death while chasing a criminal over rooftops in 1999. However, he has never signed an EDM which named any of the many police officers of ethnic British origin killed in the line of duty since New Labour came to power.

Corbyn was also happy to sign an EDM commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan", who were black/Asian.

He 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 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 also signed an EDM mentioning an attack upon the Asian teenager, Muktar Ahmed.

He also signed an EDM mentioning the death of African asylum seeker, Ruhullah Aramesh.

He also signed three EDMs commemorating the death of Rolan Adams, one of which mentioned his parents Richard and Audrey, and two EDMs sympathising with Rohit Duggal.

Corbyn was also happy to mention Stephen Lawrence on several occasions in the Commons, and he signed 12 of the 13 EDMs commemorating him, one of which also mentioned his parents.

However, he did not mention the death of Islington resident, Emmanuel Hand, in the House of Commons.

Jamaican immigrant, Warren Mathurin, had been insulting and behaving threateningly towardsthe bar staff at the Holloway Tavern, which Emmanuel managed, and he was asked to leave. He did so, but later returned with a knife.

Thus emboldened, Mathurin challenged Emmanuel to step outside. Not knowing he was armed, Emmanuel did so, and Mathurin stabbed him three times in the heart as a result.

Nor did Corbyn mention his constituents, Sophie, Amina, John and Vivian Trant, who were all murdered in their own home by Morrocan immigrant, Ibrahim Aderdour.

Nor did he mention the death of his constituent, Ricky Smith, who was stabbed without warning by a black man, as he and his wife Anita were strolling home.

Nor did he mention his constituent, Ian Roach, who was stabbed to death by a black man.

Nor did he mention Nicky Boyd, a 42-year-old taxi driver who was stabbed to death by his neighbour, 19-year-old psychiatric patient, Tolga Kurter.

Nor did he mention Police Constable William Morrison, who was shot by a black man in his constituency.

Corbyn did not introduce or sign any EDMs on behalf of these white victims of first and second-generation immigrant violence either.

In fact, in contrast with his caring andcompassionate treatment of the non-native peoples of these islands,Corbynhas NEVER signedan EDM sympathising with any white, British victim of racial violence in Britain.


Now, let's take a look at 20 EDMs that, I'm sure, most of us would have signed, thatCorbyn ignored..

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 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 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 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".

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.

Gerald Kaufman, MP, is also on record as wanting Rule Brittannia removed from the Proms.

Kaufman, also, is Jewish.

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:

"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 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 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 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".

In April, 2004, the following EDM was also left unsigned:

"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".

In fact, ladies and gentlemen, it isn't just Corbyn.

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.

As for the Liberals, well, ask yourselves this, how much of what you find out here did they ever tell you?



If you want to check out another short essay where this MP's PC profile looms large, go here







This is John McDonnell:




John McDonnell, New Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis and signed several EDMs calling for its legalisation.

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

He also signed an EDM proposing that a statue of Nelson Mandela occupy the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square and signed an enormous number of EDMs supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK, since New Labour came to power.

He also signed an EDM expressing outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza. This EDM never mentioned the fact that both boys were killed by two different gangs of murderous,immigrant teenagers.

McDonnell also signedan EDM commemorating the deaths of black men, Roger Sylvester and Rocky Bennett, who died in police and mental health custody.

He also signed an EDM condemning the police and sympathising with Asians Shiji Lapite and Ibrahim Sey, and black man, Brian Douglas.

He also signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu, who fell to his death while chasing a criminal over rooftops in 1999. However, he has never signed an EDM which named any of the many police officers of ethnic British origin killed in the line of duty since New Labour came to power.

He was also happy to sign an EDM commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan", who were all black men.

He also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel, although police investigations have never been able to conclude anything other than that he fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

He also introduced and signed an EDM sympathising with Asian, Satpal Ram, who, when drunk, repeatedly stabbed to death an unarmed Englishman.

McDonnell also signed 7 of the 8 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence introduced since New Labour came to power..


However, he did not mention the death of his own constituent, Leslie Cook,in the House of Commons.

Lesliewasstabbed and kicked in the headby Sydney Lee McFarlane, who was black.

McDonnell didn't sign an EDM commemorating Leslie either.

Nor did he mention Stephen Best, in the House of Commons, nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating him.

Stephen was murdered by Brian Dean, adrug dealer whom I suspect was black.


If you wish toperuse an in-depth review of McDonnell's PC behaviour in parliament, go here.








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:

On the 19th of July, 2002, Stephen Best was murdered in Hayes, West London.

On the morning of his death, Stephen, who managed to make a living as a busker even though he had mental health problems, had been to a building society to collect some cash for an acquaintance, Brian Dean.

When he returned, Dean, who was a drug dealer, accused Stephen of pocketing £9 and attacked him.

Slashing Stephen with a knife, Dean seemed to have a change of heart and offered to clean him up. Whereupon, he escorted him into his house and killed him.

Dean told a neighbour that he had to finish Stephen off because:

"He will grass me up otherwise. I have to finish him."

Stephen’s corpse was discovered on the 1st of August. It was badly decomposed and half eaten by insects. Police found it after neighbours complained about the smell.

Michael Orsulik, defending, said:

"The defendant is… not normally a violent man… He comes from a drug related background but not the kind of aggravated violence associated with groups such as the Jamaican yardies… The defendant was clearly under the influence of class A drugs before, during and after the incident.

The whole incident has brought the defendant back to reality."

So that’s alright then.

Dean was sentenced to life for Stephen’s murder.

John McDonnell, New Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis and signed several EDMs calling for its legalisation.

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

He also signed an EDM proposing that a statue of Nelson Mandela occupy the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square and signed at least 50 EDMs supportive of asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, within and/or seeking to gain entry to the UK, since New Labour came to power.

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

This EDM never mentioned the fact that both boys were killed by two different gangs of murderous, black teenagers.

McDonnell also signed an EDM commemorating the death of black men, Roger Sylvester and Rocky Bennett.

He also signed an EDM condemning the police and sympathising with Asians Shiji Lapite and Ibrahim Sey and black man Brian Douglas.

He also signed an EDM which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu, who fell to his death while chasing a criminal over rooftops in 1999. However, he has never signed an EDM which named any of the many police officers of ethnic British origin killed in the line of duty since New Labour came to power.

He was also happy to sign an EDM commenting on the "injury to Michael Abatan and Lloyd Jeffers and to the death of Jay Abatan", who were all black men.

He also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel, although police investigations have never been able to conclude anything other than that he fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

He also introduced and signed an EDM sympathising with Asian, Satpal Ram, who, when drunk, repeatedly stabbed to death an unarmed Englishman who had been minding his own business.

McDonnell also signed 7 of the 8 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence introduced since New Labour came to power.

However, he did not mention the death of his own constituent, Stephen Best, in the House of Commons, nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating him.

An EDM which McDonnell tabled and signed in January, 2000, stated:

"That this House calls for the release of Mr. Satpal Ram who has now served 13 years in prison for killing in self-defence a racist who, with five accomplices, attacked Mr. Ram, stabbing him twice and who died because he refused medical treatment; and further calls for an inquiry into the investigation and trial which resulted in this miscarriage of justice".

Let’s dissect this Early Day Motion.

1) Satpal Ram killed in self-defence.

Not according to the 12 jury members who found Ram guilty of murder in just eighty five minutes, he didn’t. Not according to the eye witness testimony of the "five accomplices", he didn’t.

The testimony of Ram’s girlfriend, Evelyn Schneider, his friend, Narvinder Shinji, and the Asian staff at the restaurant where Ram and his victim, Clarke Pearce, were eating, does not suggest that Clarke attacked Ram either.

And the two most deadly wounds that Ram inflicted, according to the autopsy, were to be found in Clarke’s back.

This is what the Court of Appeal, in its 1995 judgement had to say about the backstabbing:

"Self-defence could not be argued... The evidence of the weapon used by the appellant and the stab wounds in the back were quite inconsistent with self-defence as was the evidence of his aggressive behaviour and words".

2) Clarke Pearce was a racist.

Well, to be perfectly honest, anyone whom the anti-racist lobby says is a racist these days, is a racist. Say the word and that’s it. That’s what you are.

What is known is that the "racist" mentioned in McDonnell’s EDM regularly dined in the restaurant where he met his death and was never considered to be a problem by the Asian staff. Would he have been welcome if his racist behaviour was anywhere near as offensive as McDonnell is implying?

In McDonnell’s world, undoubtedly. In the real world, no.

3) A racist with five accomplices attacked Satpal Ram.

Once again, the testimony in court of the five people deemed to be "accomplices" refutes McDonnell’s claim. Once again, the testimony of Ram’s girlfriend, friend, and the Asian staff at the restaurant dismisses this claim also. It was, according to all the testimony in court and statements taken beforehand, a strictly one on one affair.

McDonnell is outright lying, end of story.

4) If someone said to you, Satpal Ram was attacked by a racist along with five accomplices, what springs to mind when you think of these accomplices?

Me, I’d think of five great big, red-faced, boozed-up football hooligans intent on creating bully-boy mayhem, that’s what I’d think, and that’s precisely what this deceitful MP wants me to think.

In fact, the five accomplices were: Clarke’s girlfriend; Clarke’s elder sister and her husband; and another couple who were dining with them that night.

The day after Clarke was killed, Detective Superintendant, Michael Murphy, was quoted thus, in The Birmingham Evening Mail:

"This was the senseless killing of a young man enjoying an evening out with his fiancee and family".

So, "a young man enjoying an evening out with his fiancée and family", or: "a racist, with 5 accomplices".

You decide.

6) The racist "attacked Mr. Ram, stabbing him twice".

This statement implies that both protagonists were armed.

Ram insists he only had a "little pen-knife"; the courts, the media and Clarke’s family agreed that a flick-knife was the murder weapon. Interestingly, the autopsy report stated that one of the wounds Ram inflicted "penetrated the lung to a depth of 50 mm", which would suggest that the blade of Ram’s weapon must have been at least 3 inches long. Hardly a pen knife.

The autopsy report lists two major stab wounds to Clarke’s body, a major slash wound to the throat, and "numerous" other cuts, scratches and nicks upon his face and body.

Because of the "frenzied" nature of Ram’s attack upon Clarke the defence team decided not to go for self-defence, preferring to give "provocation" a whirl. This defence tried to get the jury to believe that Clarke had come at Ram with a glass, although this was denied by Clarke’s friends and family.

At any rate, Ram did take himself off to hospital later in the evening where, according to a contemporary press report "he was so drunk and abusive that doctors could not attend to his injury". He also gave a false name to the registrar, not the action of a chap who is altogether certain of his innocence.

However, before he left the hospital, the nursing staff had managed to insert three stitches in a facial cut. His wrist had also, apparently, suffered a little damage, for which stitches were not needed.

Not exactly conclusive evidence of McDonnell’s stabbing him twice statement, I think you’ll agree.

7) The racist died because he refused medical treatment.

There is some truth in this but not in the way that McDonnell is suggesting. Here are the facts of the matter:

Clarke was taken to Birmingham General Hospital by ambulance after the stabbing. He was sometimes conscious, sometimes not, at this time.

According to the Free Satpal Campaign, Dr. Jeanne McGivern said:

"He was shouting at the top of his voice, thrashing around the trolley, and was being held down by a porter, some ambulance men and some nurses. On closer assessment the patient appeared alert, although he smelled of alcohol and was extremely uncooperative…

I made the decision that the patient must go to the theatre urgently for a thoraco-laparotomy. He was therefore transferred up to the operating theatre.

By the time I arrived in the operating theatre the patient was on the operating table and had been intubated with an endotracheal tube. Apparently he had pulled his lines out on the way up to the theatre, and by the time he was on the table he had once again become profoundly shocked, and had an unrecordable pulse and blood pressure".

It seems to me that the most important phrase in the "Free Satpal" doctor’s statement is not this one:

"Was extremely uncooperative… he had pulled his lines out on the way up to the theatre",

It is this one:

"By the time he was on the table he had once again become profoundly shocked".

"Once again".

Get it?

The "Free Satpal" doctor is suggesting that Clarke was lapsing in and out of a state of "shock", which is hardly surprising given the amount of blood he must have lost by the time he arrived in theatre.

It should be pretty obvious to any unbiased student of the various testimony on offer that Clarke was in a delirious state and was in no position whatsoever to consciously "refuse treatment".

His sister was disgusted at this attempt to blame her brother for his own death and she has said that the Court of Appeal was similarly peeved.

Let’s have a little look at John McDonnell.

McDonnell is a second-generation Irish Catholic. He has been the Chairman of the All Parliament Parliamentary Group "Punjabis in Britain". He was the Deputy Leader of the GLC under Ken Livingstone. He is on record as saying:

"It’s about time we started honouring those people involved in the armed struggle. It was the bombs and bullets and sacrifice made by the likes of Bobby Sands that brought Britain to the negotiating table. The peace we have now is due to the action of the IRA". (At a gathering to commemorate the IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands. The Guardian, 30th of May, 2003)

And:

"Because of the bravery of the IRA and people like Bobby Sands we now have a peace process". (Statement to the Sun newspaper)

I don’t believe that these sentiments would be generally appreciated by the majority of the British people who voted for McDonnell.

Do you?

As of the end of February, 2005, John McDonnell had signed at least 50 EDMs, since New Labour came to power, sympathising with the plight of asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants and the like.

As of September, 2004, McDonnell had signed more than 70 EDMs, since New Labour came to power, concerned with the situation of foreigners or non-indigenous Britons imprisoned overseas etc. He had signed just 5 EDMs concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.

McDonnell signed an EDM in 2004 concerned with the plight of Czech "Roma".

It 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? Do you think it’s a wonderful idea in light of the fact that London’s Albanian community has, in the last few years, managed to bring 75 per cent of the prostitution in England’s capital under its control, overtaking the Yardies, no less, in the process?

The rest of the former Eastern Bloc has long considered those we went to war for in Kosovo, the bandit community of Europe.

Most of McDonnell’s "marginalised" Roma are from this part of the world.

From the time New Labour came to power in 1997 up to February, 2005, John McDonnell signed about 50 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, McDonnell signed just 4 EDMs. That’s 50 or so for animals, 4 for children.

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 McDonnell 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, 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.

John McDonnell was consistent in her obeisance to all things Jewish in that he signed all of the Early Day Motions which eulogised and commended "Holocaust Memoria l 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 Ukrainian genocide, Lazar Kaganovich, was a Jew.

McDonnell even signed an EDM which said:

"Pensions (paid to ‘holocaust survivors’) have been reduced by eighteen and a half per cent. because of the decline in the value of the euro… considers that this is an unfair burden and worry for Holocaust survivors; and believes that there is a strong case for such pensions to be paid to UK residents and to residents in other nations in their national currencies".

This in the year 2000, when almost all of those who lived through the horror that was WWII were dead.

McDonnell chose not to sign the EDM which condemned the Israeli Army for the deliberate, targeted shooting of English peace activist, Tom Hurndall, as he bravely tried to shepherd Palestinian children away from danger.

The English cameraman and documentary maker, James Miller, was also targeted and shot dead by the Israeli army whilst he was waving a white flag and wearing fluorescent, non-combatant coveralls.

McDonnell did not sign an EDM commemorating James because not one British MP ever introduced one.

Is all of this OK by you?

McDonnell also 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".

John McDonnell also voted for all 7 pro-homosexual bills that have been introduced into Parliament since New Labour came to power.

These included the bill to lower the homosexual age of consent to 16 from 18; the repeal of Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality; the bill to allow homosexual couples to ‘marry’ if they wish; the bill to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples and a bill which prevented parents from having a greater say over the content of the sexual education in the schools that their children attend.

He 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".

McDonnell, a second-generation Irish Catholic, also signed all of the EDMs which called for the protestant Church of England to be disestablished, such that it would no longer be considered as the national church of England.

McDonnell also 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.

There is an enormous amount of medical information available concerning the debilitating effects of cannabis on long-term users. This is not a matter for debate or conjecture. The wagtails who forced this Bill through parliament did so because pandering to the wishes of the minority immigrant communities it is more important to them than the health of the community as a whole.

Now, let’s take a look at some of the EDMs McDonnell was not minded to 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 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 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 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".

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.

Gerald Kaufman, MP, is also on record as wanting Rule Brittannia removed from the Proms.

Kaufman, also, is Jewish.

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:

"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 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 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 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".

In April, 2004, the following EDM was also left unsigned:

"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".

In fact, ladies and gentlemen, it isn't just McDonnell.

Of all the 350+ backbench New Labour MPs who could have signed the20 EDMs cited above, 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.

As for the Liberals, well,ask yourselves this, how much of what you found out here did they ever tell you?

As for John McDonnell, whose best interests did he ever have at heart, would you say?

Not yours, Mr England, that's for sure.

Not even if you were one of his constituents.


















On 15 April 2008, London's Mayor, Ken Livingstone, launched his community relations manifesto, saying:

"I regard one of my greatest achievements of my administration ... (as) the way it has pursued policies that have consciously promoted... the policy of multiculturalism."

On the same day, the BBC describedLivingstone's manisfesto thus:

"London mayor Ken Livingstone has vowed to put multiculturalism at the heart of his bid to be re-elected to office. He said he would boost numbers of black and Asian police officers, promote cultural events and set diversity targets on boards he appoints. He said ending multi-culturalism could mean a return to 1980s race riots."


The RISE Anti-Racist Festival is a free event organised by Ken Livingstone, Mayor of Londonand Chairman of Unite Against Fascism.

Introducing his pet project in 2006, Red Ken said:

"London is built on the diversity of its population and this anti-racist festival… sends a very clear message that racism is not welcome in this city… There will be no let-up in celebrating London’s real character as a diverse and open city.

Each successive generation that has come to London has helped to shape the city we live in, bringing new ideas, skills and cultures... From the great racist crimes in history to bullying in the school playground and vicious tabloid news coverage, racist ideas have to be opposed because they disfigure our society... Policies to combat racism and celebrate our diversity are a permanent part of the work of London government."

At the following year’s festival, the Mayor was in even better form.

On 15 July 2007, Livingstone said this:

"London's fortunes are tied up with our stand against racism and prejudice... Fighting racism is a daily fight and a political priority for our city and the Rise: London United festival is a clear statement of that fact."

Regarding theteenage violence that had plagued London in 2007, Tim Donovan put these questions to the Mayor:

"Are you worried about this recent spate of teenage violence is it something new and alarming?... Tony Blair said, not long ago, that this was a black, cultural thing, do you agree?"

To which he replied:

"There is an element of that, particularly around the drug trade but NO! IT’S A LOT OF WHITE KIDS STABBING OTHER WHITE KIDS!"

Now that is as big a lie, if not bigger, than any Tony B Liarever told.

In the year to 15 July 2007, when Livingstone said what he said, 16 teenagers had been murdered in London.

Ten of the dead teenagers were black boys, three were black girls, one was mixed race and the other two dead children were white. At the time of Livingstone’s great lie, ALL OF THE KNOWN KILLERS AND THOSE SUSPECTED OF THE KILLINGS WERE BLACK.

Red Ken's casual dishonesty has been captured in the video below:



The murder most proximate to Livingstone’s categoric assertion that "white kids" were "stabbing other white kids", was that of 14-year-old Martin Dinnegan, who was stabbed to death on 26 June.


Two youths aged 15 and 16, Sean Clark, 18, and Rene Baptiste, 20, had been charged with his murder.

Martin, the youngest London teenager murdered in 2007, was white and his killers were black.

Do you think Livingstone was unaware of his ethnicity, or that of his killers? Don’t you think he will have known all about this particular murder as it had taken place so recently? Don’t you also think that he will have been informed of the pedigrees of the other 2007 victims and killers?

Livingstone lied.

Why do you think he told such a bare-faced and wholly disproveable porkie?

Well, the London Mayor is an old school Marxist, a died-in-the-wool PC propagandist who will say whatever he has to say in order to get the result he wants. The ends justify the means as far as Red Ken is concerned.

And the ending that Ken Livingstone wants is one where all but the tamest, on-message, immigrant-hugging Brits have been ethnically cleansed from their own capital city.

To effect this demographic upheaval, the harsh truths must be kept hidden and the great lie substituted. The fact that the lies can be so easily disproved is neither here nor there. The brainwashing is so all-pervasive and the politicians and the media so bought-and-paid-for that, when a lie as extraordinary as the one Livingstone told on 15 July 2007 gets told, almost no one outside the Nationalist community will pick up on it. Indeed, as far as I’m aware, no mainstream newspaper, no one at the BBC and no parliamentarian has ever mentioned it.

Now that really ought to give you a bit of a clue as to the Orwellian nature of the society in which we are living.

If you want another clue, check out the 27 dead teens on this web page:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7117749.stm

There's just one thing wrong with this comprehensive BBC list.

It’s not comprehensive.

TheBeeb has missed someone out.

You will note that the page was introduced on 11 December 2007, before the deaths of the mixed race Turk, David Nowak on 15 December and the black 16-year-old, Nassirudeen Osawe, on 27 December.

So the original page has, obviously, been updated.

Why, do you think, would the death of a 14-year-old boy have been missed out?

He was stabbed in Chigwell on 30 November, he fought for his life for two days and died in the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, on 2 December. He wasn’t in the original listing and this omission was not rectified when the updates were being introduced. Is this a mere oversight do we think?

Well, maybe.

I don’t suppose the fact that 14-year-old Jack Large was a white boy who was murdered by two teenage blacks would have anything to do with it.

However, the youngest teenager to have been murdered in London in 2007 was 14-year-old Martin Dinnegan. Call me a cynic but I wonder if someone at the oh-so-PC BBC was a bit worried thatthe viewers might come to a conclusion outside the PC tent if they noticed that the two youngest murder victims murdered in London last year were both white. Two white boys is twice as bad as one, you see. Especially when they were both murdered by blacks.

There is something else about Jack’s death that I reckon the PC Crowd would not have wanted you to know. One of his two black killers was the same age as him. Which would make him the youngest of London’s 2007 killers, if it wasn't for one thing.

The other black teenager, arrested for the murder of Jack Large, was just thirteen years old.

Making him the youngest killer.

The BBC, it would appear, just like Red Ken Livingstone, do want us to know the reality of the situation in England’s capital city. The politically correct within that establishment would rather we were not kept abreast of statistics like those that applied to the death of Jack Large.

Here’s another little piece of the puzzle that the Brave New World types would rather you were not made aware of:

The last teenager killed in London in 2007 was 16-year-old Nassirudeen Osawe, who was stabbed to death in Islington on 27 December. On 30 December, ITN News reported his death thus:

"Officers arrested a 17-year-old boy at his home in north London… The arrest comes after an 18-year-old man, who was arrested earlier, was bailed to report back to a police station in mid-January and a 17-year-old was released without charge over the stabbing of 16-year-old Nassirudeen Osawe.

The schoolboy was shopping with two friends on Upper Street, Islington, north London, on Thursday afternoon when they got into a row with a man at a bus stop. The teenager and a 17-year-old friend were both stabbed in the confrontation…

His family said they were ‘extremely shocked, sad and heartbroken’ at their loss. They called the public to help ‘to get the people who are responsible for the murder of our son and brother off the street’.

Nassirudeen, the youngest of five children, was a talented artist who was studying A-level art at St Charles Catholic Sixth Form School in North Kensington… His family said:

‘Nass was a young man just beginning to make his way in the world and had never been in any kind of trouble.

He was taken away from his family and friends by a needless and senseless act of violence’."

http://itn.co.uk/news/d9b368812aa97b8332f82f884a39e583.html

On 4 January 2008, Roisin Gadelrab And Peter Gruner of The Islington Tribune also reported thus:

"A youth centre was forced to open its doors to cope with the wave of grief in the aftermath of the tragic death of teenager Nassirudeen Osawe.

Shocked friends of 16-year-old Nassirudeen, stabbed to death in broad daylight in Upper Street last Thursday, were given emergency grief counselling at nearby St Mary’s Church…

Parents of the distraught teenagers asked youth worker Nick Adams to open the centre on Friday to provide a sanctuary where grieving friends were summoned by text. Mr Adams said:

‘We all went up to where Nass died with a big bouquet and someone read Psalm 23. It was an impressive sight to see at least 30 young people walking up Upper Street. I let them back in to play football and basketball just to let off steam… In the discussions it became clear that there was shock and grief. There wasn’t any desire for vengeance. The young people have acted maturely. It’s been a huge blow for them. Islington has a lot of tremendous young people and sadly one of them has died.’

Nassirudeen’s family last week paid tribute to the ‘exceptional’ art student whose ambition was to work in the computer games industry. A family member said:

‘He was the youngest of five children, a kind, loving and principled son and sensitive brother, with a great sense of humour’…

Omar Burton, 13, said:

‘He was a really close friend. I’m sad for his family. He was well-mannered and didn’t get into fights.’

His friend Kieran Tonner added:

‘He wasn’t a troublemaker. I didn’t know him too well but I knew he was a good person. He always had a smile on his face. He was polite, not one to make trouble. You hear someone got stabbed and he would be the last person that comes to mind’."

http://www.thecnj.co.uk/islington/2008/010408/news010408_01.html

However, on 29 December 2007, The Sun had told this somewhat different tale:

"The latest victim of Britain’s gun and knife crimewave was killed after he and a rival gang member stared at each other on a bus... Yesterday a sick tribute to Nassirudeen, known as Nass, was made by gang members who called him a "true soldier" on the website, Gonetoosoon.

It is thought Nass... was with two pals on a bus in nearby Islington when they saw an ‘enemy posse’ member looking at them from another bus. THE FOUR GOT OFF IN UPPER STREET, AND WITNESSES SAID THE THREE PALS BATTERED THE ‘RIVAL’ WITH CHAIRS FROM A PUB. The youth pulled out a knife, stabbed Nass then wounded one of his pals, aged 17, in the stomach before walking away.

In a statement Nass family’s described him as ‘kind, loving and principled’."

"Kind, loving and principled"?

Are we talking about the gang member who got of a bus with two others to attack someone they didn’t like?

Right.

"Shopping with two friends"

"A talented artist".

"Studying A-level art".

"Had never been in any kind of trouble."

"A needless and senseless act of violence."

"There wasn’t any desire for vengeance."

"The young people have acted maturely".

"Islington has a lot of tremendous young people".

"Exceptional art student"

"A kind, loving and principled son and sensitive brother, with a great sense of humour".

"He was well-mannered and didn’t get into fights."

"He wasn’t a troublemaker."

"He was a good person."

"He always had a smile on his face."

"He was polite, not one to make trouble."

Right.

He wasn’t a nasty gang-member at all. The journalist who wrote the article for The Sun was lying when he said:

"Nass… was with two pals… when they saw an ‘enemy posse’ member looking at them from another bus. THE FOUR GOT OFF IN UPPER STREET AND WITNESSES SAID THE THREE PALS BATTERED THE ‘RIVAL’ WITH CHAIRS FROM A PUB."

Right.

I bet Red Ken would just love Roisin Gadelrab And Peter Gruner of The Islington Tribune and the ITN journalist who penned the article above.

I bet he would have loved them even more if they had somehow managed to imply that the kind, loving, principled, sensitive and talented artist had lost his life at the hands of a bunch of white racists. In fact, I think Red Ken would have been entirely happy if they had come right out and said IT’S A LOT OF WHITE KIDS STABBING OTHER WHITE KIDS!

Oh yes, as far as Red Kenneth is concerned it’s us white types who are always to blame for everything that goes wrong in his multicultural Utopia. And, in an Orwellian age that favours spin and propaganda over the facts of the matter, those who are prepared to go with the PC flow and point a crooked finger at the innocent white are much more likely to be rewarded than those who would dare to tell the truth about the guilty black.

Now, ladies and gentlemen, tell me this: would you really like to have Ken Livingstone serve another term?

Would you really be content to have a white-loathing liar in such a position? I mean, if this is what you want, what kind of person would that make you? If you are a white Briton and you are still perfectly happy to cast your vote for this man, after everything you’ve just learned, well, I guess you deserve to live in a London where the only Londoners left inside it are Londoners like you.

And that wouldn’t be somewhere that I’d want to live, that’s for sure. For that matter, I’d bet my bottom dollar that your children and your ancestors wouldn’t want to live there either.


On6 September 2005, The BBC reported thus:

"Families of the 7 July suicide bombers should be allowed to attend the national memorial service for the victims, according to London's mayor. Ken Livingstone said they should not be turned away from the 1 November mass at St Paul's Cathedral for the 52 victims...Speaking at his weekly press conference at City Hall, Mr Livingstone said:

'They have to decide if they want to come and share the grief of Londoners and celebrate the lives of those that were killed on the day. It would, I think, be particularly offensive to turn people away'."

How much more offensive would it have been to have had the mothers of the mass murderers sitting next to the mothers of those they murdered, do you think?

If any politically uncommitted reader, who doesn't realise by now what manner of men have been ruling our lives for the last fifty years, look no further than thisMuslim-hugging directive from Red Ken Livingstone.

In my world, the real one, where the blood of red-blooded British men still boils, such dreadful creatures as this obscenely dishonestanti-Brit are loathed just as much as those who killed so many in July 2005.


On 2 April 2003, Livingstone said this:


"It was ten years ago that the election of a BNP councillor in Millwall in Tower Hamlets was followed by a 300 per cent rise in racist attacks. Around the same time, in the space of 18 months, there were five racist murders including that of Stephen Lawrence in South East London, around the area where the BNP had a bookshop. When asked what they like most about London, Londoners overwhelmingly site its cultural diversity. The BNP has no place in London."

Five racist murders?

What, ethnic folk being unjustly killed by white racists? Or is our Ken talking about the indigenous British being unjustly killed by black and brown racists?

We don’t think so do we? I’m afraid people like Red Ken don’t think that the term "racism" applies to alien-on-Brit nastiness. So I doubt that London’s Mayor would have been thinking of the following Londoners, who all died within Ken’s cited "space of 18 months".

On 2 April 1993, 72-year-old Constance Brown was attacked and robbed in Streatham, South London and died in hospital a few days later.

Constance had been violently mugged by 18 year old Anthony Small. He knocked her to the ground, smashing her head against the pavement, and made off with the contents of her handbag. He was sentenced to just five years in jail and was released after less than three.

In June 1997, he was again sentenced to five years in jail for supplying heroin.

In 1996, Small's mother was awarded £110,000 compensation for false arrest, relating to an incident in 1991, in which she attempted to obstruct the police whilst they were arresting her son.

On 13 July 1993, 64-year-old New Cross resident, Fred Carter, died in Lewisham hospital.

Fred was assaulted in a lift by Junior Samuel and two other blacks. He bravely tried to fight back but they knocked him down, stamped on him and jumped on his head. Fred was, subsequently, taken to hospital and put on a ventilator in the intensive care ward. A week later he was dead.

Samuel was sentenced to seven years, but, after serving only three, he was released on parole. Almost immediately, he committed a series of armed muggings, including two on pregnant women.

He is now serving a life sentence.


This is Fred:


On 22 August 1993, 71-year-old Billy Bryan and 74-year-old Annie Castle were killed in Bethnal green, London.

Several black men broke into Annie's flat the night of her death and, after tying her and Billy up, tore the rings from her fingers. As a result, she had a heart attack and died. Billy was found dead the next day. He also had had a heart attack.

Those responsible for their deaths have never been found.

Annie and Billy are pictured below:




On 20 October 1993, PC Patrick Dunne was murdered in Clapham, London.


As Patrick sought to calm a domestic disturbance, he heard the sound of gunfire from across the road. Nightclub doorman, Kwame Danso, was being executed. He was shot six times and died at the scene.

Patrick went to investigate and was also shot dead. Three black men were seen laughing and firing their guns into the air immediately afterwards.

Gary "Tyson" Nelson, was arrested soon after this and, although one of the guns used in the murder of a black drug dealer was found buried just yards from where Nelson's mother lived, police didn't have enough evidence to charge him and he was freed.

In 1994, Nelson shot at police in Highbury as they attempted to apprehend him for shooting at the occupants of a van in a road rage attack. He was jailed for eight years for this crime. Wiithin ten days of starting his sentence, he was given another six months for attacking three prison officers in Belmarsh prison.

In 1999, he was released, after serving just four years.

On 30 January 2004, Nelson was jailed for life, having been caught in possession of an automatic pistol, silencer and ammunition. Finally, in February 2005, Nelson was found guilty of Patrick Dunne's murder and received a further life sentence.

After the verdict, the jury was told that Nelson had convictions for firearms offences before he took the lives of Patrick Dunne and William Danso.

This is Patrick alongside the man who killed him:



On 15 May 1994, Emmanuel Hand, the landlord of the Holloway Tavern, was murdered.

Emmanuel asked Jamaican immigrant, Warren Mathurin, to leave the Holloway Tavern as he had been insulting the bar staff and threatening them He did so, but later returned with a knife. Thus emboldened, Mathurin challenged Emmanuel to step outside. Not knowing he was armed, Emmanuel did so, and Mathurin stabbed him three times in the heart.

On 27 July 1994, Newham grandfather, Bryan Bennett, was murdered at a day care centre in Stratford, London.

Stephen Laudat, a black schitzophrenic who had previously been imprisoned for armed robbery, stabbed Bryan 82 times.

Laudat had been released from Kneesworth psychiatric hospital in December 1993. In the October and November prior to his release, the ward manager warned in writing that Laudat was a: "potential threat of violence to both males and females".

He was discharged into bed and breakfast accommodation in 1994 without medication. Neither of the doctors who were supposed to be responsible for him attended the discharge meeting and no date was set for a review of the after-care plan.

Kim Bennett, Bryan's daughter has said:

"Care in the community is not working. How many more murders do we have to hear about? How many more families will have to suffer?"

Stephen Laudat ispictured below:



On 13 August 1994, 15-year-old Richard Everitt was stabbed to death in Somerstown, London.

Richard was murdered by one member of a ten strong gang of Bangladeshi youths who picked on him because "their blood was up and any white boy would serve as a target".

This is how Court of Appeal case no: 95/7551/X4 described the events of that day during the Appeal hearing of Badrul Miah and Showkat Akhbar on the 9th of December, 1996:

"A gang of about 10 young Asians set off from Euston to the adjacent area of Somers Town to find Liam Coyle and to cause him grievous bodily harm… Having got as far as Somers Town this aggressive gang was... a danger to any vulnerable white youth that they happened to encounter.

Their first encounter was with Mark Andrew, aged 16, near to Cecil Rhodes House... Mark Andrew, who had been walking with his cousins Alan and Kim Nash, and with a friend Angela Dowle, was surrounded by the gang, and asked in an intimidating way whether he knew Liam. When he said he did not, he was punched and fell over a wall. He then ran off and someone tried to stab him in the back... He did suffer a cut lip, abrasions and small knife wound in the back. When the girls who had been with him tried to intervene they were told to 'fuck off'.

The gang which pursued him ended up outside Cecil Rhodes House, where one of them was heard to call out 'Oy, you cunt, you're going to die'. At that house there were three witnesses who identified Showkat Akhbar as one of the gang…

Tony Colouras also saw one of the gang, not Showkat Akhbar, with a knife, the blade of which was twelve inches long...

A little further to the east a group of three white boys reached Brill Place by walking up Midland Road.

They had been playing football, and had then gone to buy some food, which they were carrying in a white plastic bag. Paul Parascandalo, aged 14, was small, and the other two were Mark Fogarty, aged 17 and Richard Everitt, aged 15, a chubby fair-haired boy, described by Paul as well-known, and well liked, very kind, and someone who would do anything for anybody.

The three boys saw the gang walking away along Brill Place, but one of the gang saw the boys, and the whole gang then turned round and came back. Mark Fogarty was asked, by someone who put his face right up against him... whether he knew Liam, and when he said that he did not he was head-butted, and told he was lying. Mark and Paul then managed to run off, but Richard Everitt was not so lucky. He was stabbed in the back and died as a result of that injury...

Badrul Miah returned from Brill Place to the Euston Area, and there met two girls - Joanne Sherriff and Emma Aubyn. They saw him eating pot noodles which, the prosecution contended, the dead boy had bought, and according to Joanne he said:

'We've just had a fight with some white boys in Somers Town. We've just stabbed one of them... we head-butted one of them and let the little one go'.

According to Emma another boy asked Badrul Miah what the victim of the stabbing looked like, and he said 'chubby and blond'.

Showkat Akhbar and Badrul Miah and his friends were asked to go to the police station to assist with enquiries. They went, and Badrul Miah gave false particulars. He said that was before he knew of Richard's death, but the police evidence was to the contrary. He was observed to have blood on his jeans and trainers and scientific examination linked that blood with the dead boy".

Most of those involved in Richard's death were arrested soon afterwards because, as the case above demonstrates, they couldn't resist bragging about what they'd done to the "chubby, blonde", white boy.

Nevertheless, the police bailed most of the youths involved and their families spirited them out of the country back to Bangladesh as a result. Most of these have never been apprehended.

Badrul Miah, however, was not bailed and he was subsequently, tried and jailed for life. The judge recommended that he should serve at least twelve years in prison.

Showkat Akbar was convicted of violent disorder and was jailed for three years.

The judge ordered that a third youth, who had been charged with murder along with Miah, should be acquitted, even though it was known he had been with the gang that day.

Two years before Badrul Miah completed the twelve-year tariff recommended by the trial judge, he was allowed four days unsupervised home leave to attend his sister's wedding.

Richard's mother, Mandy, said:

"This makes a joke of what a life sentence should mean. I feel totally betrayed. Miah is still a young man who’ll obviously soon be free to enjoy the rest of his life. We have the real life sentence of being without Richard. My son wasn’t able to go to his sister’s wedding, he was in his grave. Miah has never even acknowledged his guilt, yet he still gets privileges like this."

A Prison Service spokesman said of Miah’s visit:

"Public protection is our absolute priority and rehabilitation of offenders a vital part of this process. Release on temporary licence is predominantly used to maintain and develop prisoners’ contact with their families and prepare them for eventual release."

Princess Diana asked to be taken to the place where Richard died and, once there, laid flowers in his memory.

That she was forced to do this in secret is deeply instructive.

Richard is pictured below alongside a rehabilitatedAsian who got to see his sister get married.



Eight months before his death Richard was surrounded by a gang of Bangladeshi youths in the canteen of his school.

One punched him in the face, another tried to stab him, but, on this occasion, did not succeed. A teacher witnessed the incident.

Nothing was done.

On 9 December 1994, 66-year-old former Salvation Army Major, Leslie Watkinson, was attacked just yards from his home in Peckham, London.

He was knocked to the ground by three youths who stole his pension. One of the three was heard to exclaim, "I bust his head, I bust his head", as he made his escape.

Leslie was pronounced dead on arrival at Kings College Hospital.

Although 27 suspects were, subsequently, no one was ever charged with Leslie's murder.

His killers were black.

WhenLivingstone was an MP, he never mentioned Constance, Fred, Annie, Billy, Patrick, Emmanuel, Bryan, Richard or Leslie in parliament.

One or two MPs showed their sympathy for PC Patrick Dunne and Bryan Bennett but the vast majority of our parliamentarians never thought it necessary to commemorate these British dead in any way.

Just like Red Ken.

Gerald Howarth, the Conservative MP for Aldershot, was the only MP who ever mentioned Richard Everitt in the House of Commons.

He got sneered at for doing so.

Neither Livingstone or any other MP ever deigned to sign an Early Day Motion (EDM) sympathising with any of the above.

In stark contrast to this, Livingstone signed EDMs on behalf of Oluwashiji Lapite, Brian Douglas, Wayne Douglas, Ibrahima Sey, Joy Gardner, Kenneth Severin, Leon Patterson, Alton Manning, Omasese Lumumba, Quddus Ali, Muktar Ahmed, Rolan Adams, Ruhullah Aramesh, Rohit Duggal and Zahid Mubarek.

All of the above, with the exception of Quddus Ali and Muktar Ahmed, who survived being attacked by white youths, lost their lives in unfortunate circumstances, mostly in police or similar custody.


London’s Mayor only ever signed one EDM that mentioned an immigrant-upon-Brit killing. It was one murder that the politicians and their chums in themedia were not able to suppress.

When headmaster Philip Lawrence was stabbed to death by Learco Chindamo, trying to protect a black youth, the whole world got to know about it. So it wouldn’t have been very clever if Livingstone hadn’t signed that particular EDM. Interestingly, it was suspended under the sub judice rule and can now no longer be seen at the parliamentary web site.

Chindamo, a Philipino immigrant, has since been released from prison and has won a legal battle against deportation, and the black 14-year-old, whom Philip lost his life trying to save, has been jailed for carrying a gun.

Philip Lawrence is seen below,alongside the Asian immigrant who killed him:



Go here for a more in depth look at the Philip Lawrence murder and the lawless behaviour of Chindamo's immigrant gang:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?page=1&iCategoryId=474&iParentId=392

Stephen Lawrence has been mentioned in parliament more than a thousand times by around 350 MPs.

He has also been the subject of 15 separate EDMs and was commemorated in these by a similar number of parliamentarians.

Livingstone, himself, signed six of these EDMs.
The thousand or so white Britons, who have been murdered by first or second-generation immigrants since Stephen was killed, have been mentioned in the Commons less than 250 times all told.

Which, mathematically speaking, makes Stephen Lawrence around 4,000 times more important than your average black-murdered Brit in the eyes of those we vote for.


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 that 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.

Let’s look at some of the EDMs Ken Livingstone did and did not sign.


Livingstone signed at least fourteen Early Day Motions that mentioned the rape of foreign folk by foreigners in foreign lands.

However, he only once sympathised with one British woman who was raped by a first or second-generation immigrant in the UK. To whit:

"This House acknowledges the courage of Merlyn Nuttall, the victim of a brutal rape who suffered horrific injuries and was left for dead by her attacker; notes that she has waived her right to anonymity to campaign for better treatment for rape victims".

This EDM never mentioned Merlyn’s rapist, Anthony Ferreira, or that the rape and attempted murder took place in the blackest area in Britain, Brixton.

The Red Ken type made sure of that.

Merlyn was on her way to work one morning when she was taken at knifepoint to a Brixton squat and raped. Ferreira then garrotted her with cheese wire, hacked at her neck with a broken bottle until the bone was exposed and left her to die naked and bleeding, in a room he had set alight.

Miraculously, she escaped.

"When I made it out of the house, I saw people standing at a bus stop," she said.

"But nobody wanted to help. By the time a fireman arrived I'd lost half my blood - he held my neck and my life together before I got to hospital"

Superintendent John Jones said of Merlyn's injuries:

"The only time I've seen injuries approaching the gravity of these particular ones have been on people who were dead."

Ferreira was sentenced to 20 years for attempted murder, eight for sexual assault and five for kidnapping, to be served concurrently.

This is the lovely Merlyn:

Merlyn Nuttall, image copyright Geoff Sheilds

In a survey of answers given in confidence by 6,944 women, The British Crime Survey, produced by the Home Office in 2000, estimated that, in Britain, between 660,000 and 849,000 women may have been raped in adulthood. (At 16 and above)

As The Telegraph put it, on 24 July 2002:

"The analysis of the most recent British Crime Survey claims one woman in 20 has been raped."

On 18 February 2000, the BBC website reported thus:

"Police recorded 6,000 rapes and almost 18,000 indecent assaults in 1996. But Home Office researchers say up to 300,000 women could actually be affected. It is thought many women are too frightened to report attacks to the police."

A London Metropolitan University report stated that, in England and Wales, 11,766 allegations of rape were made to the police in 2002.

Of these, only 655 cases resulted in a conviction. However, the report went on to say that their analysis of all the data suggested that as many 47,000 rapes were actually being committed every year in England and Wales.
Actually, if the police think that only one in five rapes is reported, as they did in 2002, 5 x 11,766 = 58,830. So, though it would appear that they would rather we believe that 47,000 was the actual number of rapes occurring in England and Wales in 2002, their own stated beliefs put this figure around 12,000 shy of the mark.

And, if the Worcestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre, a member of the Rape Crisis Federation, believes that only one in eight women is reporting rape to the police, and this figure is at all typical of England and Wales as a whole, then in the region of 94,128 rapes were being carried out annually in these two countries at this time.

On 14 January 2004, The Evening Standard reported thus:

"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."

If similar ratios of black on white rape hold good throughout Britain, we may infer the following:

As the year 2000 British Crime Survey report suggests, between 660,000 and 849,000 adult women had been "forced to have sexual intercourse" against their will in Britain, around 390,000 to 510,000 of these adult women would have been white and between 240,000 and 370,000 of those "forcing" them to have sexual intercourse would be black or Asian.

If 300,000 women, as "Home Office research" suggests, were actually affected by rape or indecent assault in 1996, almost 180,000 of these would have been white and more than 111,000 of these would have been "affected" adversely by black or Asian men.

If, as the London Metropolitan University report tells us, there were 11,766 alleged instances of rape reported to the police in England and Wales in 2002, then around 4,250 of these allegations would involve a black or Asian perpetrator and a white victim.

If, in 2002, as many as 47,000 rapes were actually being committed every year in England and Wales, as the London Metropolitan University researchers also suggest, then around 17,000 of these would involve a black or Asian rapist and a white victim.

If the incidence of rape was much closer to the 1996 statistic recorded by the police and only 24,000 rapes and other sexual assaults had actually taken place in Britain, approximately 14,400 of these attacks would have been perpetrated upon native, British women and approximately 8,700 would have been committed by black or Asian men.
Here's the thing, do the politically correct amongst you think the lowest Black/Asian upon white rape statistics demonstrated above are within the bounds of acceptability?

If the figures reproduced here are anywhere near accurate, do you think it's reasonable for those whose ancestors are buried elsewhere on the planet, to express themselves in such a criminally ungrateful way once they are allowed into Britain? Do you really think it's OK for British women to be suffering sexual violence at this kind of level at the hands of the alien man?

And do you really think it's right, when people like myself try to warn the women and young girls of this country of the reality of the situation, that people like you always criticise us for doing so?

As for the higher levels of sexual violence suggested by the BCS report, well, I'm sure the PC crowd would be happy to believe the stats just as long as it was a regular man on woman thing. But the moment the "racist", the "fascist" or the "white supremacist" begins do the maths and works out the black-on-white reality, well, it's goodbye, sweet reason, hello you race laws.

If anyone out there resents the fact that such a document as this has been compiled, why don't you tell us how keeping such information secret could ever have proved beneficial for those British girls and women who have had to endure the brute depredations of the criminals exposed here?

Why have Red Ken Livingstones ceaselessly encouraged such people to enter our country, when the malign effects of mass immigration, upon those who would have to live alongside them, wereknown to those who always had the figures at their disposal?

And why would so many Livingstonian hearts bleed, quite rightly, for the foreign woman raped by foreigners overseas, when the same bleeding hearts have, for more than fifty years, preferred to cover up the evidence of similar foreigner-upon-Brit criminality here?

Incidentally, Livingstone chose NOT to sign the following EDM:

"This House regrets the admittance of Mike Tyson, a convicted rapist, into the United Kingdom; is concerned that his presence will signal that rape and violence towards women is less important than commercial gain."


Livingstone signed at least twenty four Early Day Motions which mentioned the phrase "ethnic cleansing".

Thus we can see that he gives a considerable damn for the dispossessed and rootless elsewhere on the planet. However he has never signed an EDM mentioning the ethnic cleansing of the native British from their ancient stamping grounds by those the Livingstones have been encouraging to come colonise our lands.

That’s because there hasn’t ever beensuch anEDM to sign. Not one British MP ever bothered to signal his concern at the way the indigenous population were having to up sticks and move on in the face of the many aggressive incursions into their territory by a variety of alien horde in recent times.

On 22 June 1948, the Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury with 492 unwanted Jamaican immigrants.

By 1958, 125,000 more West Indians had arrived. In his autobiographical history, The Windrush, Trevor Phillips, the Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, tells us that, in the 1950s, 90 percent of the British people wanted all immigration stopped.

Unfortunately, Philips, Red Ken, the PC politician and millions upon millions of immigrants never gave a damn what the British people wanted.

According to Phil Rees, Professor of Human Geography at Leeds University, the white population of Britain grew by only 0.4 per cent between 1981 and 1991, and by 0.2 per cent from 1991 to 2001.

At the same time, the black population grew by 30 per cent between 1981and 1991, and by 40 per cent in 1991-2001.

If you do the maths, what these figures demonstrate is this: the black population of Britain grew 75 times faster than the white population between 1981 and 1991, and 200 times faster than the white population between 1991 and 2001.

On 3 December 2003, The Independent told us this:

"Children from ethnic minorities will be in the majority in London's schools within a few years as accelerating population shifts transform the composition of the capital. Figures released yesterday show that the proportion of whites living in London fell by almost 8 per cent during the 1990s because of an influx of new residents.

In a decade of unprecedented population change, large numbers of Africans, Bangladeshis and Sri Lankans arrived in the fastest-growing city in Western Europe. The city's overall population rose by 282,000 to 7.17 million in 2001, straining public services and the transport network. The number of people from ethnic minorities rose from 1.3 million to more than two million, or 28.8 per cent. Over the same period, the trend of "white flight" appeared to gather pace, with the white population dropping by 390,000.

In Newham and Brent, ethnic minority groups outnumber white people. Whites comprise 90 per cent or more of the population in four of London's 33 boroughs - Havering, Bromley, Bexley and Richmond upon Thames.

The demographic shift is most pronounced in younger age groups, with 47 per cent of children in London schools from ethnic minorities…

One of the most striking trends has been the doubling of the capital's black African community to 370,000, with large increases in the numbers of people born in such countries as Nigeria, Somalia, Ghana and Kenya. The trend indicates that black Africans will shortly pass Indians (437,000) as the most numerous ethnic group in the city.

Over the period the number of Bangladeshis rose by nearly three-quarters and Pakistanis by more than half, while the much smaller South American community trebled…

The population trends pose serious problems for the capital's planners. Investment in housing, transport and other services has struggled to keep pace with the arrival of immigrants, and property prices and office rents have soared…

The findings add to mounting evidence that London is experiencing a form of 'white flight,' a phenomenon that hit many U.S cities in the 1960s and 70s. Research suggests middle class people - including well-off ethnic minorities - are fleeing to the shires, while many new-comers are recent immigrants to Britain.

Fear of crime, poor schools and chaotic transport are believed to be prompting families to move to the Home Counties or further afield…

Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, said the city's diversity was a source of economic and cultural dynamism.

‘London's prosperity is totally dependent upon the international flow of goods, services and people. That is why its population is increasingly diverse. Our polls show that nearly eight out of 10 Londoners think the city's cultural diversity is one of its most attractive features…

Other UK cities like Birmingham and Manchester are almost equally diverse and I hope to work with them to promote the celebration of diversity as a positive alternative to the racism and xenophobia which have unfortunately taken root in some other parts of Europe’."

On 30 April 2004, The Sun reported thus:

"Nearly 700,000 eastern Europeans arrived in Britain last year… And that was before the EU floodgates open to new entrants tomorrow".


According to a Times article written in May 2004:

"You are unlikely to hear the phrase "white flight" pass a politician’s lips, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t happening…

According to the 2001 Census, 20 towns and cities in the UK have neighbourhoods where whites are in a minority. Out of a total of 8,850 electoral wards in England and Wales, whites are a minority in 116, as well as in two whole London boroughs, Newham and Brent.

London, Birmingham, Blackburn and Leicester all have wards where whites make up less than 20 per cent of the population. In Southall Broadway, West London, just 11.9 per cent of the population is white. It is simply implausible that whites would have become such small minorities if they hadn’t either left the area, or avoided moving there in the first place. There appears to be white flight from London as a whole, with the number of ethnic minorities rising from 1.3 million in 1991 to more than two million in 2001, while the white population actually dropped by 390,000 as record numbers moved out.

A study commissioned by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and called Development of a Migration Model found that the more ethnic minorities there were in an area, the more likely people were to move out. It concluded:

‘The higher proportion of out-migration from places with the greater presence of non-white people conforms to the much reported push factor as white flight’…

Schooling is an important factor. A study by Bristol University found that when parents had choice, they usually wanted to educate their children with other children of the same race. The result was that many schools, particularly in inner cities, were becoming monoracial.

The housing market also plays a role… In some parts of northern cities, such as Bradford, fear of white flight has become a self-fulfilling prophecy. The arrival of ethnic minorities in a white area is associated with falling house prices, so the residents rush for the exit before they lose too much money, sparking the very house price fall they worried about.

Unlike the US, in Britain the very existence of white flight is still controversial. When the Plaid Cymru politician Dafydd Iwan was denounced last year for saying that white English people were moving to Wales to avoid immigrants, he replied simply:

‘That is the truth of it . . . ask them’…

Trevor Phillips wrote before he became the chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality:

‘How should Asian families integrate when the first reaction to their arrival in a ‘white’ area is a forest of For Sale signs? And how do they prevent their neighbourhood state schools becoming all-Asian when white parents withdraw their children, on the bizarre ground that they don’t want their kids to be in a minority? I’ve heard nothing in this debate that addresses the white flight which is the fundamental cause of segregation in the UK.’

Racial segregation has become so profound in Bradford that the local education authority has started the 'Linking Project', bussing children from all-Asian schools to all-white schools."

And that’s the future for us if you can’t afford to buy your way out.

The laws are already being framed that will insist we stay put and cuddle up to those we never wanted here in the first place.

According to a June 2004, Sunday Times article:


"50,000 muggings in London are carried out every year by the under 18s."

The Sunday Times concluded:

"White flight is the flight of responsible middle-class parents from feral, violent illiterate schoolchildren who will terrorise their own children and wreck their education."

On 1 December 2006, the writer, George Walden, said this:

"At a conference on race organised by the Commission for Racial Equality… Trevor Phillips spoke of a crisis as white minorities bolt from ethnic areas, and warned of the emergence of separate and isolated communities...

Appalled at having to confront such truths, and at not being the main man, Ken Livingstone boycotted the conference… Watching Livingstone deliver his increasingly neurotic pronouncements on race and immigration, or consorting with atavistic imams, does nothing to persuade the country to be alert to discrimination; it brings the entire anti-racist movement into disrepute."

On 22 August 2007, The Guardian, the media outlet that, more than any other, has put the foreigner first over the last four decades, informed us thus:

"A QUARTER OF BABIES BORN IN THE UK NOW HAVE A FOREIGN MOTHER OR FATHER, official figures revealed today.

THE PROPORTION OF BABIES WITH AT LEAST ONE PARENT BORN OVERSEAS ROSE FROM A FIFTH TO A QUARTER BETWEEN JULY 2001 AND 2006, according to the Office for National Statistics… A spokesman said:

'We have figures for the contribution of mothers and fathers born abroad, and that has risen slightly, from under 20% in 2001 to slightly over 25% now. That reflects the cumulative effect of immigration over the last 40 years.'

The overall population rose by 349,000 (0.6%) to 60,587,000 between mid-2005 and mid-2006, the figures indicated…

THE FLOW OF MIGRANTS INTO THE UK IN THE YEAR TO MID-2006 WAS 574,000, 25,000 lower than in the previous year.

But A RECORD 385,000 PEOPLE MIGRATED FROM THE UK LAST YEAR - THE HIGHEST NUMBER SINCE CURRENT COUNTING METHODS WERE INTRODUCED IN 1991 AND 49,000 MORE PEOPLE THAN IN THE PREVIOUS YEAR…

Record numbers of people were aged over 85 after a 6% increase to 1,243,000. The number of people of retirement age also rose by 1% to 11,344,000."

As of September 2007, Britain's foreign workforce had increased by 50 per cent in the previous 10 years.

Over the same period, the percentage of British workers in employment had risen by just three per cent. The 1,800,000 employed aliens now employed outnumber the 1.65 million people on unemployment benefits.

Official forecasts were now suggesting that 190,000 new immigrants would arrive here every year, a 30 per cent increase on two years before. (The forecast did not include illegal immigrants and the 400,000-plus students coming into our country every year)

As these foreigners have been encouraged to enter our country by this treacherous government, the number of our own youngsters neither working nor in education stands at 1.26 million, one-in-five households is now entirely dependent on benefits and, in parts of England, only in ten schoolchildren comes from a white, British family.

On 14 September 2007, The Daily Mail reported thus:


"Britain faces being swamped by a wave of new migrants after EU chiefs announced yesterday they want to let in an extra 20 MILLION workers from Asia and Africa...

The workers could apply to stay permanently after five consecutive years in any EU state... Once they gain citizenship of another EU country they are entitled to free movement throughout the 27 member states... The EU wants the UK to take more immigrants - despite the recent Eastern European influx."

83 per cent of the UK's current population growth is already down to immigration.


This is what happens when the politicians, the liberal intellectuals, the media darlings and the PC Crowd put the welfare of the foreigner before the wants and needs of the indigenous population.

On 28 September 2007, The Daily Telegraph informed us thus:

"White British children are now a minority in almost a fifth of education authorities in England, official figures have shown. They are outnumbered at primary and secondary schools in 29 of the 150 local education authority areas, including Birmingham, Leicester, Luton, Slough and most London boroughs. In some parts of the capital, children from ethnic minority families account for more than nine in 10 school places.

The figures were released on the day Government statistics showed it has been underestimating by a third the number of immigrants expected to come to Britain. Some 190,000 are now expected to arrive every year, an increase of 45,000 a year, fuelled by a surge in people from eastern Europe...

Figures from the Department for Children, Schools and Families showed that last year saw the biggest year-on-year increase in pupils from ethnic minorities. Across the country, they account for almost 22 per cent of pupils at primary school compared to 20.6 per cent last year. At secondary level, numbers rose at a similar rate, to 17.7 per cent.

In all, about one in eight pupils, some 800,000, do not speak English as a first language and numbers are thought to have doubled in the past decade."

On the Today Programme of 15 January 2008, Trevor Philips reiterated his concern, saying:

"There are areas in which there is no contact or very little contact between different ethnic and cultural groups. White flight is accelerating, schools are becoming more segregated. I think that the Bishop of Rochester was right to raise this."

On 16 January 2008, Jan Moir reported thus in The Daily Telegraph:

"Trevor Phillips, the chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, has pointed out that 'white flight is accelerating' as Britain becomes increasingly polarised along ethnic lines...

Following the controversy started by the Bishop of Rochester, who said that some Muslim enclaves were 'no-go areas' for Christians, it all seems to suggest a country that is becoming increasingly fragmented; a patchwork of rigidly delineated little pockets of race and religion, knots of unyielding humanity who just can't rub along with each other.

The middle class are fleeing from inner London... Last year, nearly a quarter of a million decent, law-abiding citizens packed their bags and left the capital for good... What is going to happen to those of us left to live here if youths across the city continue to feel quite comfortable and confident in running amok? That's before you even factor in the older, more professional criminal gangs from more than 25 countries, who operate prosperous drug trafficking, people smuggling, prostitution, money laundering and fraud rackets on the capital's streets.

Somewhere in the city, a great termite nest of law-breaking and corruption grows by the day, nourished by immigrants, some of them illegal, from Algeria, Nigeria, Jamaica and Pakistan, among others.

Is it racist to point that out?"

In Moir's article, the beating, gang-rape and torture of a 16-year-old schoolgirl is highlighted.

After the rape, drain-cleaning caustic soda was poured on the victim's body in the belief that this would destroy DNA evidence. Ms Moir then, apologetically, informs us of the ethnicity of the savages who committed this crime:

"I'm almost embarrassed to say that the attackers have been described as 'five black youths', in case you think I'm being racist in highlighting this crime."

I wonder why Ms Moir was embarrassed to tell the British people that those who committed this crime were black?

We all know what the Marxist philosophy of political correctness has done to our country. You can say what you like about the native Brit but you can't tell the truth about the immigrant. Whenever, that truth is negative, that is. But now, when the British people are fleeing their own capital in such numbers?

When crimes like this are being carried out daily on London's streets, shouldn't the media be enthusiastic in its defence of the indigenous population? Shouldn't the British journalist ache to expose the treachery of the political classes as, for more than 40 years, they betrayed the native majority with such cavalier vigour and certainty?

The trouble is, the media darlings have been right there at the centre of this awfulness for all that time. When the British journalist should have been protecting his or her kinfolk against the depredations of the fat cat wallet-stuffers and PC world-changers, there they were, backing the bad guys up to the hilt.

These BLACK savages are not the least bit unique as far as non-indigenous nastiness goes. Quite apart from 7/7 2005, when 52 Londoners got blown up by four lovely, fluffy Muslims, there has, in recent times, been an ocean of brutality dished out to the working-class Briton by the alien. And it is still, even now, being covered up by those most responsible for encouraging that alien to come here in the first place.

Who would be the same people that promoted him beyond the level of his talents and desserts when he arrived, at the expense of the lowliest Brit. And the media’s finest just sat back, watched and applauded.

"Embarassed", Jan?

"Ashamed" would have been a more appropriate word to use.

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.



Whyhas the Mayor of Londonalways ignoredthe "white flight" of the English from their own capital city?

Why does his heart always bleed for Jenny and Johnny-come-lately wheyit never bleeds at all for the indigenous Londoner?

Throughout all human history, wherever unassimilable immigration has occurred, tension and chaos have resulted.

No indigenous population has ever wanted to be colonised by another, let alone many others as the British have been. Human beings, along with the rest of the animal kingdom, want to live amongst their own kind, with those whose behaviour they recognise and understand, they don't wish to live alongside those they do not know or care for. That is an absolute lesson of history.

In the 17 years of parliamentary debate that are available online, there are many references to "ethic cleansing" elsewhere on the planet but there are NONE AT ALL warning the British people of the ethnic cleansing that has been taking place in their own country.

Thus do the Red Kens pretend that all is well whilst the British are being dispossessed and done for.


Livingstone signed these two EDMs:


"This House is appalled at the disgraceful and jaundiced attack on the character and achievement of Nelson Mandela by broadcaster Brian Walden in a BBC TV programme… and believes that the vast majority of people in the United Kingdom consider that President Mandela is one of the great figures of the 20th century."

"This House welcomes the visit to Parliament by the President of the Republic of South Africa, Nelson Mandela; recalls that he spent many years in prison, suffering mental and physical torture before leading his people to freedom; recalls also that among the many honours and awards that have been bestowed upon him he was the recipient of the European Parliament's Sukharov Prize for freedom of thought."

Nelson Mandela has been eulogised at an almighty level by the media darlings and the political classes in this country.

More than one serving MP has said that they believe Mandela is the greatest living human being and the "the greatest statesman of the twentieth century". As for London's Mayor, well, this is what he thinks of South Africa's top bloke:

"Nelson Mandela's statue should be placed on Trafalgar Square as a symbol of our respect for this great leader...

There is clear support for the statue across the world, recognising Mandela's significance in world history... It is wholly appropriate that the statue of Nelson Mandela be placed in a prominent position in Trafalgar Square. By granting planning permission, Westminster Council will join the rest of us in honouring one of the greatest statesmen of our time."

And yet, in the 1960s, the former "freedom fighter" ordered bombs to be planted which killed innocent men, women and children, Johannesburg is the murder and rape capital of the world and aboutone infive of all black, South African adults have AIDS. Indeed, Mandela's own son died of this disease.

Red Ken never told you any of this, now did he?

Whilst Mandela was the President of South Africa, from May 1994 until June 1999, there was around 3,000 attacks on isolated white-owned farmsteads and almost 600 members of South Africa's white farming community were slaughtered by rampaging, black gangs.

Why didn't St. Nelson do something about this? Why did he allow this to continue on his watch? Why, when we saw him on television, was he always wreathed in smiles, as though he didn't have a care in the world? Why didn't this "honest" communist tell us in the West what was really happening in his country?

More to the point, why did our own politicians keep all of this hidden? Why is this bloke beyond criticism, as far as our betters are concerned, when, under him, South Africa degenerated, so quickly, into genocide and brutality?


As for South Africa’s economic performance under ANC rule, well, in 1994, South Africa had 85,000 commercial farmers on about 6% of the entire land service was producing crops. As of now there are less than 10,000 commercial farmers, producing permanent crops on just 0.76% of the land.


Check outRed Ken’s hero singing a Death to Whitey type song here:

http://www.africancrisis.org/Movies/...on_Mandela.wmv

Go here for a biography of "the outstanding man of our times" that Red Ken would definitely not want you to read:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=128&iParentId=19

London’s Mayor agitated long and hard for a statue of his hero to be placed atop the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square.

"Nelson Mandela's statue should be placed on Trafalgar Square as a symbol of our respect for this great leader", he said. "There is clear support for the statue across the world, recognising Mandela's significance in world history... It is wholly appropriate that the statue of Nelson Mandela be placed in a prominent position in Trafalgar Square. By granting planning permission, Westminster Council will join the rest of us in honouring one of the greatest statesmen of our time".

It wasn’t just London's Mayor who wanted a statue of his fellow communist erected across the way from Horatio. Many backbench MPs had signed EDMs calling for the once empty plinth to be adorned with a likeness of the old chap as well.

Why do you think the statue of a thalidomide victim was put up in Trafalgar Square on the aforementioned empty plinth? It was erected, ladies and gentlemen, to rub our noses in it, to make sure we get the message and to prepare us for the new Nelson. After Ms Lepper’s discomfiting likeness was foist upon us, the Thought Police estimated that we would be over the moon if we were offered a cuddly, old black chap.

Amazingly, the Lepper statue was by far the best of the choices we were given. One of the "works of art" was a rustbucket of a car covered in bird s**t, for goodness sake.


Anyway, Red Ken and the PC crowd miscalculated and a Mandelalian likeness was only erected in Parliament Square. Second division but still worth having if you want to send a great big, black-is-beautiful and best message to poor, inadequate whitey and the perfidious bunch he voted for.

A few months before he left office, Mandela said this:

"I step down with a clear conscience because I have contributed in a small way to what has happened in this country… We have become a miracle nation".


Well, Mandela most certainly did contribute "to what has happened" in South Africa. However, the country has only "become a miracle nation" for those members of the ANC who have been promoted way beyond their talents, it has not "become a miracle nation" for most of the rest.

Anyway, Ken Livingstone saw to it thatSt Nelson'sstatuewas erected in Parliament Square.

St Nelson and likeness are seen here:





However, as he chose NOT to sign the following EDMs, we may presume that he wasn’t too keen on having a statue of these erected similarly:

"This House, in recognition of the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom and the contribution to national prosperity made in peace time by merchant seamen, urges Her Majesty's Government to… achieve the provision of a fitting statue of a British seafarers on the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square."

"This House notes the Report by Sir John Mortimer's Advisory Group on The Future of the Vacant Plinth in Trafalgar Square… and requests the Government to provide a statue to commemorate the role women played in World War II either in Trafalgar Square or elsewhere in a prominent position."


Livingstone signed this EDM:

"This House notes that 1997 marks the 25th anniversary of the arrival of Ugandan Asians in Britain following their expulsion from Uganda by Idi Amin in 1972; further notes that most of them arrived from Uganda with no possessions; congratulates them in light of this on their achievement in building up a thriving and successful community that has become a great asset to Britain in economic, social and cultural terms; and welcomes their contribution towards the creation of an enriched multicultural Britain."

Here are some of the things that Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, herself a Ugandan Asian immigrant, has said about those who gave her sanctuary:

"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."

"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."

"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?"

"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".

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

During the 4 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 A HUNDRED YEARS!"

Anyone out there want to "welcome" Alibhai-Brown’s "contribution towards the creation of an enriched multicultural Britain"?

This is Alibhai-Brown:
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown


Ken Livingstone introduced this reasonable-sounding EDM himself:
"This House expresses its profound condolences to the family of Richard, Mark and Jason Quinn and its total abhorrence of this brutal murder; condemns the wave of sectarian violence, intimidation, harassment, arson attacks on Catholic homes, schools and churches and assaults on security forces throughout Northern Ireland which have followed the Orange Order's defiance of the law at Drumcree… urges the Orange Order to call off its illegal siege at Drumcree; and believes that where the majority of local residents object to an Orange Order parade through their area, frequently because they fear sectarian harassment or abuse."


He also signed one marking the 150th anniversary of theIrish famine and several calling for another enquiry into the events of Bloody Sunday:

He also signed a humanitarianEDM which called for the "Home Secretary to transfer (the IRA prisoners) Patrick Kelly and Michael O'Brien from Whitemoor Prison to prisons in either Northern Ireland or the Irish Republic".

However, Livingstone chose NOT to sign the following reasonable-sounding EDM:

"This House condemns without reservation the brutal, sickening and entirely cynical IRA murders of Constables Graham and Johnston in Lurgan on 16th June as a deliberate effort to destroy efforts to reach political accommodation; endorses the view of the British Prime Minister that 'it is difficult to interpret this latest attack as anything but a signal that Sinn Fein and the IRA are not interested in peace and democracy and prefer violence".

In fact, as far as I’m aware, Livingstone never signed any of the many EDMs that were explicitly critical of the IRA.


On 16 February 2007, Livingstone said this in The Guardian:

"The British National Party now receives the highest votes for a fascist party in British history. So where is the media outcry about the fact that in some parts of Britain fascists are getting large votes and gaining access to seats on local councils?

This is a political party with a long record of racist activity, peddling hatred and mistrust in order to gain access not just to seats on local councils but - more insidiously - access to mainstream debate."

Well we don't want that, do we?

We don't want the British people getting a chance to put their views across in the mainsteam, by God!

Livingstone continued:

"At the 2006 local elections the British National party polled over 238,000 votes compared to 3,000 votes in 2000, increasing their number of councillors from 19 to 49. In the last six years the BNP vote has increased more than 75-fold…

In the London elections next year I will make sure that my campaign puts the issue of defeating the BNP up front as a key message. The problem we have at present is that not only is the rise of a fascist party not being given adequate attention, but its agenda is being capitulated to and fed from the mainstream.

The daily diet of attacks on Muslims (those lovely, fluffy types that blew us up in 2005) based on lurid headlines and without thought to the impact on community relations is dangerous and counterproductive and feeds the BNP. The stigmatisation of legitimate political engagement by Muslims and their community organisations such as the Muslim Council of Britain, the hysterical debate on the veil, and so on, are doing the BNP's work for them. Muslims are being singled out for attack!"

Hey, Kenny!

If you take a look in the Rogues Gallery at this site, you’ll find a lot of Muslims in there who have singled us out for attack! Livingstone added:

"The fascist right sees the demonisation of Muslims as one of its chief weapons in sowing the seeds of division. Hatred and fear of Muslims is key to the BNP's rhetoric, and its purpose is not to have a sensitive debate about multiculturalism in modern Britain but to whip up racism and discrimination".

Racism and discrimination = speaking out against against Muslim aggression in Red Ken’s book.

"Too little attention is paid by politicians and the media to the threat posed by the BNP,"asserted the Mayor.

"The BNP's aim is an eventual national breakthrough on the same scale as its European counterparts who have just formed a caucus in European parliament, where - it is worth noting - there are more fascist MEPs than there are black MEPs."

Fascist = native, white Briton in Kenland.

He continues:

"Since the last local elections, BNP councillors and activists have been found guilty of violent crimes. David Enderby, BNP councillor for Redditch, was found guilty of three counts of assault. His election agent Kevin Hughes was jailed (unjustly – on the word of a twice faied asylum seeker) for racially aggravated common assault.

In January, BNP activist Mark Bulman was sentenced to five years for attempting to firebomb a local mosque. David Copeland - the London nailbomber - was a former BNP member. Such incidents are the consequence of fascist ideology."

What kind of ideology produced the 7/7 bombers, who murdered 52 people?

What kind of ideology produces the Asian paedophile who attempts to seduce (with a good deal of success) and introduce drugs to little, white girls as young as eleven? What kind of ideology ethnically cleanses vast numbers of British inhabitants out of their own ancient stamping grounds without so much as a by-your-leave?

"Falling for the trick that the BNP should have freedom of speech to promote racist hatred only aids it making further gains", said Livingstone.

So we should not allow some to have free speech?

Would these be those whom the red Kens select? You know, the indigenous, white, British types who aren’t prepared to fall in line withhis PC dictat? He added:

"The BNP is not a legitimate political party but a conspiracy against Britain's black and Asian communities".

Nah, Kenny.

It’s a conspiracy against the traitor. You know, the treacherous type who sold us down the river in recent times? It’s a conspiracy, if you must user such perjorative terms, against creeps like you, pal. Livingstone continues:

"Unlike many European countries, we have the opportunity to stop the BNP before it makes a major breakthrough but it requires more serious attention, a serious campaign and the correct leadership in challenging the racism that is currently allowing the BNP to grow."

I wonder which leader Ken was thinking of when he tells us that what we need is "the correct leadership"?

I bet he wasn’t thinking of your ordinary Brit-type leader. You know, someone from the indigenous majority? If he was thinking of a "white bloke", I should think he would thinking of someone like himself. Someone with a little bit of immigrant close up in his pedigree.

Livingstone, himself, introduced this Early Day Motion:

"This House congratulates the Daily Star, whose American sources have exposed the disturbing fact that part of the money from a Ku Klux Klan organised US bank robbery in which £2 million was stolen, has been offered to the British National Party and Combat 18, following the visit of Ku Klux Klan officials to the BNP last year; fears that the use of this money will lead to a further increase in racial attacks; and calls on the Government to prevent the stolen funds reaching British fascists."

If any money was offered you can be sure it was NOT taken.

The BNPis not in the business of offering such hostages to fortune. Livingstone is implying something that was never true here.

He also introduced this EDM:

"This House commends the Labour Party for its timely action in seeking a court injunction to ban the circulation of British National Party election material that constituted an incitement to racial hatred; concurs with the National Assembly against Racism, Jewish Council for Racial Equality, Stonewall and others which argued that the British National Party should not have been given free election broadcasts during the European elections… believes that parties whose programmes incite racial hatred and violence should not be entitled to free election broadcasts, free circulation of their election material through the mail, or any other advantage of Britain's democratic electoral laws; and calls upon the Royal Mail to drop all disciplinary action immediately against postal workers who have refused to deliver BNP election material."

Here Livingstone condones illegal interference with the Royal Mail and the censorship of free speech, as long as that illegality and censorship is directed at those who would put the British first in their own homeland.

Livingstone signed at least four more Early Day Motions that castigated the BNP in some way.

However, he did not sign any of the following:

"This House welcomes the Remembrance Day Service held at the Cenotaph in Whitehall this year where the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prime Minister and other dignitaries laid wreaths to the memory of those killed in Britain's military campaigns; further welcomes the participation of the Bevin Boys, who marched in the parade for the first time this year; and notes that the Women's Land Army were not represented in the parade down Whitehall but hopes that measures will be taken to ensure that they can march in the ceremony of remembrance in future years."


"This House deplores the decision of the management of the Coates Viyella shirt factory in Londonderry to send home four employees for wearing Remembrance Day poppies; regards the acceptance of this decision… as an abuse of this influence and an attempt to deprive the people of Northern Ireland of the right to express their grief at the loss the nation suffered in the defence of freedom and democracy and their pride in those who made the supreme sacrifice; recalls that the sums raised are used for the relief of hardship of dependants and the easing of suffering of those who were maimed, crippled and blinded in the dreadful conflicts of the two World Wars."


"This House is concerned to learn that the Catering Committee has designated 23rd April as a suitable day to celebrate Turkish National Day in Bellamy's Restaurant; and calls upon the Committee to honour St. George's Day instead".

"This House welcomes the proposed national Fleet Air Arm Memorial in honour of more than 6,000 men and women who gave their lives in service with the Royal Naval Air Service and the Fleet Air Arm from 1914 to 1918 and since 1938, respectively… and believes that the unveiling of the Memorial in June 2000, in Victoria Embankment Gardens outside the Ministry of Defence, will be a fitting tribute to those who have died and an inspiration to future generations."


Livingstone signed this EDM:

"This House welcomes the statement of the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Trade and Industry which reaffirmed Labour's manifesto commitment to 'end unjustifiable discrimination wherever it exists'; recognises that such discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation has yet to be ruled completely unlawful; and calls upon the Government to bring forward proposals to do so."

He also signed this one:

"That this House believes that, in the interests of social justice, the Government should order a wide-ranging review of the law as it affects gay men and lesbians; calls for particular attention to be paid to the age of consent, immigration rights, employment in the armed forces and pension rights for couples.


But he did not sign this one:

"This House notes that… Sir Keith Waterhouse in his report into child abuse in North Wales warned Parliament of the risks posed to boys by lowering the age of consent."


Livingstone signed this EDM:

"This House is horrified that the Rwandan government has announced that they will execute by firing squad on Friday 24th April 33 prisoners convicted of genocide in Kigali."

So Red Ken reckons it’s horrifying if those who took part in the random slaughter of around 800,000 defenceless folk, most of whom were their near neighbours, get their just desserts, does he?

Well, as a prime candidate for the firing squad himself, I guess he would say that.


Here Livingstone signs up for the asylum claims of the east European Gypsy:

"That this House notes the view of the UNHCR and other reputable human rights bodies, that 'Slovak Roma may well be able to substantiate refugee claims based on severe discrimination on ethnic grounds… further notes that the imposition of a visa requirement on Slovakian citizens seeking asylum will prevent those Roma fleeing persecution and discrimination from ever reaching these shores, let alone successfully claiming asylum; and urges the Government to reconsider the recent imposition of a visa requirement."

Anyone out there fancy living next to a family of Rumanian Gypsies?

Hmm. I can’t see anyone with their hand up. I wonder why not. Ken obviously thinks they’re fab.



Thetwenty one relatives pictured above are justa part of an extended family of more than eighty Romanian Gypsies now living in council accomodation and claiming benefits in Slough, Berkshire.

Read about them here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=777&iParentId=690


Livingstone signed this EDM:

"That this House welcomes the priority which the Government has given to incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into domestic law."

This is the anti-British law that prevents us deporting so many of the foreign criminals who come here to take advantage of the laxness of our laws.

The law also, of course, sees to it that the criminal gets treated a very great deal better than his victim on almost every occasion.


Livingstone signed this EDM:

"This House notes with great concern that church leader Sunday Ogunwobi and his family have now been living in sanctuary in Downs Baptist Church, Hackney, for over 1,000 days under threat of deportation to Nigeria… understands that Mr Ogunwobi has lived in the United Kingdom since 1981 and his wife since 1984; believes that the deportation of this family would have a detrimental effect on the health and education of the Ogunwobi children; and therefore asks the Home Secretary to… grant the Ogunwobi family indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom."


Sunday Ogunwobi is still here twelve years later.


He has been a local councillor in Hackney specialising in the rights of immigrants andhas beenordained a Baptist Minister. He is now the Pastor of Dalston Baptist Church.


Livingstone also signed this EDM:

"This House calls for the disestablishment of the Church of England."


You get this, you Protestant Brits?

Red Ken wants the rights of the Church of England done away with!

On 14 September 2005, The Daly Telegraph reported thus:

"An Islamic scholar who has been accused of supporting suicide bombers was likened by Ken Livingstone, the London mayor, yesterday to Pope John XXIII…

Of all the Muslim leaders in the world today, Sheikh Qaradawi is the most powerfully progressive force for change and for engaging Islam with western values, Mr Livingstone told the Commons home affairs select committee.

‘I think his is very similar to the position of Pope John XXIII’…

His visit to London last year, AT MR LIVINGSTONE'S INVITATION, triggered protests from gay rights groups and Jewish leaders… The mayor conceded that HE DID NOT CONDEMN ‘AND MAY BE PREPARED TO ENDORSE’ SUICIDE BOMBINGS IN ISRAEL because the Palestinians ‘only have their bodies’ as weapons. HIS VIEWS WERE SHARED BY A MAJORITY OF MUSLIMS, SAID MR LIVINGSTONE."



So that’s alright then.

Anyway, according to the EDM he signed, London’s Mayor doesn’t want the established Church of England to reign supreme any more.

I wonder if he’d prefer us Protestant Brits to give theMuslim gentpictured below a go?




Livingstone signed this EDM:

"This House notes that each year in the United Kingdom deaths attributable to drug use are, cannabis 0, heroin 100, alcohol 25,000 and tobacco 110,000 and that society jails cannabis users while spending £100 million plus annually advertising and encouraging tobacco use; and calls for a Royal Commission to investigate drug use."

Ah, right.

Let’s set all the cannabis dealers free then, eh, Ken?

In 1972 a study of US servicemen found widespread cannabis smoking contributed to a five-fold increase in schizophrenia between 1968-1971.


In 1974, researchers found cannabis could trigger latent schizophrenia, intensify symptoms and cause the condition even where it would not otherwise occur.

In 1981, a study of 16-year olds in Sweden found that heavy users were three times as likely to have mental-health problems by the time they were 27 years old.

In 1986, a US National Institute for Drug Abuse found that schizophrenics who smoked cannabis had worse symptoms, more relapses, need more help and were less responsive to treatment.

In 1987, a study of 45,000 swedish military conscripts found that those who smoked cannabis 50 times or more by age 18 were six times more likely to suffer schizophrenia later.

In 2002, a 26-year study by King's College London shows that people who began smoking it in early teens faced four-fold increase in risk of schizophrenia as adults and established that the drug directly triggered the disease.

In 2003, US scientists showed that those using cannabis before the age of 17 were up to five times more likely to have drug and alcohol problems later in life.

In 2005, an Institute of Psychiatry study found that one in four cannabis users were genetically predisposed to suffer mental illness due to the drug.

In the same year, researchers found almost 50% of cannabis users who suffer a drug-induced psychotic episode go on to develop long-term schozophrenia.

In 2007, the Institute of Psychiatry found that cannabis' most powerful active ingredient reduced activity in a part of the brain which helps to keep people sane.

In the same year, a study by the universities of Cardiff, Bristol, Cambridge and Imperial College London found that heavy users of cannabis are more than twice as likely to suffer mental illness.

On 5 February 2008, the BBC reported thus:

"Skunk now accounts for between 70% and 80% of samples seized by police, compared with 15% six years ago. It is three times stronger than other types.

Senior police officers are urging the government to reclassify cannabis as a Class B drug...

The Association of Chief Police Officers said...

'Our professional concerns (are) about the potency of some of that cannabis, and the effect on some people's mental health'...

David Blunkett, who downgraded the drug when he was home secretary, said...

'Rather than affecting practice on the ground, classifying cannabis back to class B now would simply cause confusion'."

Anyway, if Ken Livingstone says it’sOK and David Blunkett thinks we'll get all confused,hell,go ahead and smoke all the weed you want, man.


Livingstone also signed the following EDM:

"That this House recognises the need for asylum seekers to enjoy the rights of family union; supports the case of the Alevi Kurds, most of whom arrived in Britain in 1989, who are demanding that their families join them; salutes the 20 hunger strikers outside the Home Office; and demands that the Home Secretary allow their families to join them in safety in Britain."

Yep, there was Red Ken saluting 20 Kurds who were demanding thatloads more were given the right to join them over here.

By hunger striking outside the Home Office.

Now if it had been been me I would’ve just asked the hungry Kurdish chaps if they were REALLY missing their families. And when they all signalled their fervent desire to be with their loved ones again, I would’ve scraped them all up and put them on the first flight back to Kurd Town.


Livingstone signed a huge number of EDMs mentioning asylum seekers, refugees, racism, multiculturalism and racial matters.

Here are a few of them:

"This House congratulates the Refugee Council for its work in providing assistance to asylum seekers".

"This House… congratulates the Commission for Racial Equality on its initiative which calls upon all leaders in the public, private and voluntary sectors to promote… racial equality and leadership; is greatly encouraged by the active and public support of the leading figures… who recognise that racial equality is good for business, good for the community and good for Britain."

"This House accepts the fact that the United Kingdom is a multi-racial society; reasserts the right of all individuals to enjoy equal rights irrespective of their race, colour or creed; deplores the fact that racial discrimination continues to blight the lives of many British citizens, and many other ethnic minorities who live in the United Kingdom; and urges the Home Secretary to fully accept the recommendations by the Commission for Racial Equality and reform the Race Relations Act 1976."

"This House is committed to multiculturalism and combatting racism; supports the Government's determination to stamp out incitement to racial hatred; is concerned that extreme right-wing organisations are continuing to publish and distribute inflammatory material inciting racism and anti-Semitism; and urges the Government to act rigorously to take legal action".

"This House notes with concern the Metropolitan Police's failure to properly resolve complaints of racial discrimination and harassment by black, Asian and other ethnic minority officers and staff; recommends that equal opportunities training be given regularly to serving officers; suggests that officers complaining of racial discrimination or harassment are able to obtain independent advice and assistance; and calls for an independent body to review every accusation of racism."


"That this House deplores the decision of the Home Office to reject the appeal against deportation of Dr Bayo Omoyiola who has been a legal resident of the United Kingdom since 1989, is employed as a housing officer with the Liverpool City Council."

"This House reaffirms its support for the award winning Kick Racism Out of Football campaign launched by the Commission for Racial Equality."

"This House is alarmed by reports that the Home Secretary proposes to further restrict the right of asylum seekers."


"This House congratulates the TUC on its initiative in organising the March Against Racism."

"That this House congratulates Charlton Athletic FC and Greenwich Council on their successful Red, White and Black day at the Valley on 28th February."


Here are some of the EDMs Livingstone did NOT bother to sign:

Although heticked several EDMs critical of the behaviours of Robert Maxwell, he did not sign any of the four that were correspondingly critical of New Labour MP, Geoffrey Robinson.

Robinsonis thePaymaster General and MP for Coventry North West referred to in the cited EDMs below:

"This House notes with concern the article in the February 1998 edition of Business Age about the financial affairs of the Paymaster General and is disturbed at its claims that Robert Maxwell, having stolen £450 million from 30,000 Mirror and Maxwell company pensioners, arranged for the honourable Member for Coventry North West to receive £6.25 million for companies 'which were virtually worthless', that, immediately after this deal, the honourable Member 'began transferring monies to an offshore trust in Bermuda' by moving 2,445 shares from his Latchuster Property Company to his Bermuda Trust Company, that the honourable Member has channeled monies into five more offshore trusts he has set up... that Mr Maxwell gave the honourable Member £1 million in cash and a controlling interest in one of his companies… accordingly calls upon the Paymaster General to state if there is any truth in these charges."

"This House notes with concern the Guardian article of 5 December which stated that the Paymaster General 'was not rich' at the start of his business dealings with Robert Maxwell; notes that the Sunday Express of 29 November stated that Maxwell and the Paymaster General sold two companiesfrom Hollis Industries plc when the Paymaster General was Chairman, for £2.93 million to a Maxwell company which sold them on the same day for £4.05 million to another company controlled jointly by the Paymaster General and Robert Maxwell; notes that according to the Sunday Telegraph of 6 December Lock and PSS were worth £40 million; notes that according to the Sunday Times of 6 December, six months later Hollis Industries plc went into administration owing £41 million including £16 million due to AGB International Limited; notes that AGB Internation, where the Paymaster General had been a director, itself then went into administration owing £164 million including £1.7 million to the Maxwell pensioners and £490,285 to the Inland Revenue; notes that the effect of those transactions was to remove £37 million from the Maxwell empire at a time when Robert Maxwell was using £300 million of pensioners' money to support his businesses; notes that the financing of the £37 million of value removed came from creditors of the Maxwell empire which included 33,000 Maxwell pensioners; and calls upon the Paymaster General to repay the £37 million to the Maxwell pension funds".

So, when Tony Blair’s Paymaster General is stuffing his wallet full of Maxwell’s fivers, the bouncing Czech is a poor, misunderstood trough-guzzler who wasn’t as bad as the Mirror pensioners tend to make out.

Yes, Kenny, we know what you mean.

This is Tony Blair's extremely wealthy former Paymaster General:

Geofrey Robinson MP

Livingstone didn't bother to sign this EDM either:

"This House deplores the claims of Betty Maxwell, widow of Robert Maxwell, to a pension of over £300,000 a year and, given the anguish suffered by Maxwell pensioners as a result of Robert Maxwell's actions, finds this claim insulting and deeply provocative."


Livingstone didn't sign any of the following EDMs:

"This House recognises that malnutrition in the United Kingdom is a serious public health problem; notes that up to 5,000 people in each parliamentary constituency may be malnourished."

"This House regrets that British and American forces continue to fire over 100 missiles a month at targets inside Iraq and have done so throughout the whole of the last year; questions the moral and military value of this approach and of the £4.5 million per month which it costs the United Kingdom to pursue it; and urges the Government to end the bombing, lift the sanctions and re-direct expenditure towards the tragedy of child mortality in Iraq which has doubled in the nine years since sanctions were imposed."

"This House notes the first attendance figures for the Millennium Dome, which show visitor numbers below break-even levels, and the low level of visitors from outwith London and the South East, with a mere 4.2 per cent. of visitors coming from Scotland… and believes that the people who bear responsibility for the Dome's failure should be the politicians, including the Prime Minister and the Right honourable Member for Hartlepool, who forged ahead with a project that increasingly resembles the condition of the Government itself, all glitter on the outside, but a vacuum on the inside."


"This House congratulates John Pilger on his distressing but riveting TV programme exposing the real effects of UN sanctions on Iraq, which have led to the deaths of thousands of Iraqi children, and intense suffering for others who cannot get adequate treatment, nourishment or pain relief… further notes that the woman doctor who explained the children's problems was exceedingly upset by what she saw day by day, knew that most of the children in her ward would die and said it was like seeing her own children dying".

"This House notes that Cardiff Council leader, Russell Goodway, receives £58,000 per annum and is Britain's highest paid council leader; deplores the news that eight Labour councillors are to be suspended from the Labour group for refusing to vote in favour of the huge increase in Russell Goodway's salary; further notes that Cardiff council tax payers will be receiving a 10.2 per cent increase in their council".

"This House welcomes the Government's intention to make kerb crawling an arrestable offence; further welcomes the Government's review of the law on sexual offences and its commitment to protect the vulnerable from the abuse and exploitation associated with prostitution; and urges the Government to introduce legislation making kerb crawling an arrestable offence within the lifetime of this Parliament."


"This House regrets that Labour Party members in Wales have had their democratic wishes to have the honourable Member for Cardiff West as the leader of the Wales Labour Party thwarted by the use of the trade union block vote and the Millbank-inspired rigged electoral college… and congratulates the Panorama programme of 16th February for exposing the undemocratic way in which the leadership of the Labour Party is putting the interests of the Labour Party before that of the people."


"The Right honourable Member for Hartlepool was allowed to represent the Prime Minister at a meeting with a Minister from Germany, despite his recent resignation caused by his failure to disclose a serious conflict of interest between his role as Secretary of State and as a debtor of the former Paymaster-General; further notes the Prime Minister's alleged commitment to high standards in Government; and is astonished by his decision to allow the United Kingdom to be represented by a disgraced ex-Minister."

"This House notes that the British television newsmen Malcolm Rennie and Brian Peters were murdered, with three other Australian-based newsmen, at Balibo, East Timor, on 16th October 1975, to prevent them from informing the world that Indonesia had begin its invasion of East Timor."

"This House congratulates The Observer newspaper on its willingness to investigate the ethical standards of government in Britain, irrespective of that government's political colour; is gravely disappointed at the poor response of Her Majesty's Government to the activities revealed by The Observer; believes that when the British people voted for change last year, they did not expect to see Labour Party activists exploiting their contacts with the new Labour Government for large lobbying fees."

"That this House notes with disgust reports that payments of £50,000 have been given to Mary Bell, a child killer convicted in 1968 of murdering two children… believes that this payment is deeply offensive to the general population and to the parents of the victims, as Mary Bell should not be permitted to profit from these tragedies".

"This House notes the recent Gallup poll showing that only 2 per cent. of people want National Lottery money spent on the Millennium Dome, that 73 per cent. regard it as a waste of public money and that 84 per cent. would prefer it to be spent on the NHS or schools and universities; regards the project, as it has developed, as ill-considered, shambolic and a tasteless national humiliation."

"This House notes the surprise resignation of one of the Lambeth Labour Group councillors, Councillor Charlie Fairbank, just two months before polling day; notes the current investigation into his financial affairs by Lambeth's Corporate Anti-Fraud Team; and urges Labour to take proper and immediate action to stamp out fraud in the Lambeth Labour Group."


"That this House calls for a full investigation into the conduct of the Labour leadership of Liverpool City Council, who have sought to use public money to secure the election of Labour condidates."


"This House is deeply concerned about the reported misuse of the drug Rohypnol; is shocked by reports that hundreds of women each year are victims of sex attacks whilst under the influence of Rohypnol which is administered without their consent."

"This House is appalled that there is currently no control over the potentially lethal rape drug gamma hydroxy butyrate; is concerned that estimates show that 30 per cent. of drug rapes are committed using GHB; notes that over 1,000 women have reported drug rape in the United Kingdom; recognises that this figure is undoubtedly higher as the crime of rape is frequently not reported by victims."

"This House congratulates the National Executive Commitee of the Labour Party led by the Prime Minister for expelling a number of councillors in Hackney for wrong doing, amongst whom was Councillor Gerry Ross who now leads a corrupt and discredited new political party; notes that prior to expelling 16 councillors the National Executive Committee had previously suspended six councillors for serious wrong doing and corrupting the council's disciplinary processes".


"This House is shocked by the decision of the BBC to allow a self-confessed paedophile to appear on a day-time entertainment show; rejects the defence that a public entertainment programme is a suitable forum to give the public an insight into a paedophile's psyche."

"This House notes the concern expressed by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children on the novel The End of Alice about a pervert who rapes a 12 year-old girl before stabbing her 64 times; fears that the novel could encourage paedophiles to believe their activities are acceptable and to claim that children collude with their abusers in that they somehow seduce innocent adults".


The government sponsored Office for National Statistics tells us this:

"In 2004 an estimated 223,000 more people migrated to the UK than migrated abroad. This estimated net inflow is 72,000 higher than the previous year and is the highest since the present method of estimation began in 1991.

The estimated number of people arriving to live in the UK for at least a year increased from 513,000 in 2003 to a record 582,000 in 2004. The estimate of people leaving the UK to live elsewhere was 360,000. This is similar to those levels seen in the last two years.

There was a record estimate for the net outflow of British citizens. There were 120,000 more British citizens migrating abroad than were migrating to the UK.

The number of British citizens leaving the UK to live elsewhere increased to 208,000 in 2004. This is the highest estimated annual outflow of British citizens.

There was a record estimate for the net inflow of non-British citizens. There were 342,000 more non-British citizens migrating to the UK than migrating abroad."

Let me reiterate:

208,000 Brits out - 342,000 foreigners in

THAT THEY KNOW ABOUT!

In the year mid-2005 to mid-2006, the Office for National Statistics tells us that 385,000 people, almost all of them British, left the UK forever.

In the year to mid-2006, 574,000 people, all of them of non-British origin, came to the UK to stay.

The 574,000 figures does not include the foreign students and the illegal immigrants. The government is, at this moment, considering whether to give an amnesty to more than 500,000 of these illegals.

Ken Livingstone has been at the heart of this movement to ethnically cleanse our capital and country of their original inhabitants since before he first became London’s Mayor.

Why he would despise those who made this a country that everyone else on the planet wants to come to?

I don’t know buthe does.

If you have been paying attention, you will, now, be as aware of this as I am.


One last thing:

On 11 June 2004, Livingstone was quoted thus at the Totally Jewish web site:

"My broad view is that the entire modern humanist, liberal, progressive culture of today has its intellectual and historical origins in Judaism and the work of Jewish scholars and rabbis going back more than 2,000 years...

The contribution of generation after generation of Jewish people and communities across all fields of human achievement, the sciences, political thought, arts and culture is simply astounding. In London one of our first debts is to the role played by the Jewish community in the East End in confronting and defeating Moseley's Blackshirts in the 1930s...

Jewish Londoners have been around longer than virtually any other community and are inseparable from London's history and its prosperity. I'm very proud to have such a community in this city".

http://www.somethingjewish.co.uk/art...stone_inte.htm

I wonder whether our Ken will be informing his Muslim pals of his Totally Jewish opinions?

Shouldn't think so.

Livingstone also said this to the TJ reporter:

"There’s no evidence of where my maternal grandmother came from. She was called Zona. And I remember a couple of times when I was a kid, she would say to me, 'Don’t let anyone ever tell you you’re Jewish'.

Which made me think we must be, otherwise why would she raise this? And I remember chatting to Greville Janner (Jewish ex-MP reparations merchant and alleged paedophile) about this, saying it sounds like a middle European name. So I might be Jewish…. because it runs through the maternal line, if it turned out to be true, I could go and stand for the Knesset, couldn’t I? In Israel I could be elected, no problem…

We know my grandmother was born in 1888 in London, which was the exactly the time that vast numbers of refugees were coming in from the Tzar."

Grandma Zona's grandson has beenthe Mayor of London for the lasteight years.

He wants to carry on beingtop dog foreight more.

If the old lady was, indeed, Jewish, I reckon she would have been proud of her daughter'scraftybrat.

Hehas fooled a lot of people in his time.

Hopefully, after seeing him lie so easily in the video cited at the beginning of this essay, he won't be fooling so manythis time around.

As Abraham Lincoln once said:

"You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time."

Call me racist, but I won't be voting for this 25 percent immigrant in May 2008.

Iguess the Grandma Zonas might. Along with the rest of thealien hordes.

As for those of you who haven't been ethnically cleansed yet,try hard not to proveMr Lincoln wrong.


On 7 April 2008, the headline, Ken Livingstone fathered two children in weeks, was seen in
The Telegraph.

The article told us this:

"London Mayor Ken Livingstone enjoyed a relationship with three women at the same time, making two of them pregnant within weeks of each other...

One of the mothers of his five children was yesterday named as Janet Woolf... Ms Woolf, 58, is reported to have had a relationship with Mr Livingstone during the early 1990s, when he was Labour MP for Brent East and she was a local Labour Party activist...

Another of Mr Livingstone's lovers had given birth to his daughter at the same hospital two months earlier, just over two years after she gave birth to his first daughter.

All this time the maverick politician was in a long-term relationship with Kate Allen, the UK director of Amnesty International... Livingstone subsequently took up with his office manager Emma Beal.

The couple have two children".

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/04/05/nken205.xml

Ms Woolf,a "Director of mental health charities",left thefather's nameblank on her son's birth certificate.

This is her:


Woolf is a common Jewish name.

If you type the surname Woolf and the adjective Jewish into Google, you get 766,000 hits.

Livingstone is seen here celebrating Hanukkahat City Hall in December 2005:

Ken celebrated Jewish Hannukah

He said he intended this to be an annual occurrence.


Here are a few more bits and pieces:

On 8 April 2008, The Daily Telegraph reported thus:

One Million (Foreigners) Join Electoral Register in 2 Years!


Martin Bright's Channel 4 expose of London'd mayor may be see in these YouTube videos:

THE COURT OF KEN - 1
THE COURT OF KEN - 2
THE COURT OF KEN - 3
THE COURT OF KEN - 4
THE COURT OF KEN - 5


Lee Jasper, the Mayor's director of equalities and policing, is at the centre of a network of companies which have received large sums of public money from Livingstone.

Some of hisbehaviours are dealt with in this essay:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=898&iParentId=889

Lee Jasper's doings are also featured in the following articles:

Ken's Aide and Lost Millions!
Former Street Hustler at Heart of Livingstone Empire
A Vibrant Hub for Criminals and Race Adviser's Cronies

Rosemary Emodi, deputy to Lee Jasper, quit her £100,000-a-year post after taking a free trip to a £200-a-night beach resort.

Read about it here:

Livingstone's Lying Black Aide Quits


Atma Singh, Red Ken's former crony, tells all in the following essay:

Why I Blew the Whistle on the Mayor!

Here are a few more whistleblowing articles:

I NOW BELIEVE KEN IS A DISGRACE TO HIS OFFICE
Ken Livingstone Used to Experiment on Animals
My 10am Tots are Medicinal, says Whisky-Swilling Ken
Jowell and Livingstone Ignored Warnings


On 15 April 2008, the BBC reported thus:

"London mayor Ken Livingstone has vowed to put multiculturalism at the heart of his bid to be re-elected to office. He said he would boost numbers of black and Asian police officers, promote cultural events and set diversity targets on boards he appoints.

He said ending multi-culturalism could mean a return to 1980s race riots."

On 4 May 1999, the BBC had quoted Livingstone thus:

"We can't ignore the fascists in the hope that they will go away. We must defeat them by using all the powers of the state."

Nine years later, after the penalty for the catch-all crime "incitement to racial hatred" had been raised from two to seven years, huge numbers of second-generation immigrants had been born and millions more unwanted aliens had been encouraged to colonise our land, we are still here.

TheBritishhave not gone away.

We are ready to face Livingstone's threatened race riots. All the powers of the state andthe spite and treachery of London's New Labour Mayor have not defeated us.

As my pal, Bulldog, says:

"This is my land and I ain’t going nowhere"!


If you wish to peruse a short biography of the Lib Dem candidate for Mayor, Brian Paddick, that he would not wish you to see, go here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=693&iParentId=689








When the part-Jewish Jack Straw, the Home Secretary responsible for the introduction of the above, stood at the dispatch box to explain to the Commons why even more laws were needed to bash the Brit in his own homeland, he commented thus uponthe contribution to the cause of one of his Jewish kinfolk:

"It would be appropriate to place on record not only my thanks, but the thanks of a huge number of people, for the work of Lord Lester of Herne Hill, who over the years has made probably a greater, more singular, contribution to the development of race relations legislation than anyone else in this country.

It was he who… was the architect of the Race Relations Act 1965, the Race Relations Act 1968 and the Race Relations Act 1976. I have no hesitation in saying that I have listened very carefully to the advice that he has offered."

This is Jack Straw:




Lord Lester has been active on many anti-indigenous fronts over the years.

In a lecture given on the 23rd of October, 2003, he explained his involvement in the massive immigrant putsch of the African Asian, in the 60s and 70s, thus:

"Thirty three years ago I was co-counsel for the applicants before the European Commission of Human Rights in what is known as the East African Asians’ case. The case led to a dramatic improvement in the position of the 200,000 British Asian nationals who were being made refugees by the racist policies of the rulers in East Africa…

It was a test case involving a challenge to the compatibility of section 1 of the Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1968 with the European Convention on Human Rights…

It was the enactment of that law in 1968 that prompted me to call, later that year, for the enactment of a British Bill of Rights to protect the constitutional rights of the individual and of minorities against what John Stuart Mill described as ‘the tyranny of the majority’.


In the introduction to a book on Race and Law, written in collaboration with Geoffrey Bindman and published thirty years ago, I asked optimistically whether the East African Asians Case, then pending before the European Human Rights Commission, might ‘eventually prompt our legislators to bring the whole of the law into harmony not only with the spirit of the Race Relations Act but also with the growing body of International Conventions and Covenants on human rights’.

It was the plight of the British Asians… that continued to inspire me during my thirty year campaign for what became the Human Rights Act 1998…

Much remains to be achieved. The Government has shilly-shallied for the past six years about whether they will ratify the additional Protocols to the European Convention, and the right to complain to the UN Human Rights Committee and the UN Committee Against Racial Discrimination…

And they have threatened to introduce legislation to cut down legal protection for the human rights of asylum-seekers… What was done to British citizens of Asian descent in 1968 is not a remote chapter of history. In times of populist hysteria, racism and xenophobia, it could happen again".

Lester was also responsible for converting Derry Irvine, Tony Blair's mentor and his first Lord Chancellor, to the merits of the European Convention on Human Rights.

This set of pernicious laws enabled Europe to over-ride common sense decisions made by British courts regarding, for example, the deportation of foreign criminals to their own homelands.

Thisbecause their "human rights" might be violated if such deportations were carried out.

Derry Irvine, himself, easily persuaded Tony Blair tointroduce theHuman Rights law into the 1997 New Labour Manifesto.

So, according to Jack Straw, Lord Anthony Lester "has made probably a greater, more singular, contribution to the development of race relations legislation than anyone else".

He was also involved, at the highest level, in the enforcedcolonisation of Britain by hundreds of thousands of unwanted Kenyan and Ugandan immigrants andthe primacy of EuropeanHuman Rights law within the British legal system can be traced directly to him.

He also co-founded the Brit-loathing construct, The Runnymede Trust.

Bit of a quadruple whammy there, I'd say.

Not exactly what I would call a bloke who has the best interests of the indigenous people of these islands at heart.

Lester, who is pictured below, is, of course, Jewish.

As is, interestingly, is David Miliband,Tony Blair's 2006 Environment Secretary, who, in 1997, was the bright young thing behind the creation of the New Labour Manifesto that Lord Lester had such asingular influence upon.







This isLouise Ellman:




Louise Ellman, New Labour MP for Liverpool Riverside, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis.

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

She 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, Timms 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.

Ellman alsovoted a Bill to 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.

She alsosigned an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Asian, Ricky Reel

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

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, however, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

She also signed an EDM 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 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".

She also signeda good manyEarly 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, she 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.

She also signed 3 EDMs which mentioned Stephen Lawrence.

However, she has never signed an EDM sympathising with her constituent, the woman that we know Kouassi Adaye infected with AIDS.

Nor has she ever suggested that Adaye ought to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of some of his murderously irresponsible actions.

In fact, Ellman has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons infected with AIDS by first and second-generation immigrants, or attacked or murdered by the same, since Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has she ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.


If you wish to acqaint yourself with a little more of Ellman's PC profile, go here.

If you wish to peruse the long, historical essay, Ellman, Phillips and Hamas, go here.

If you wish to view thehistorical essay, Louise Ellman and the Slave Trade, go here.







Louise Ellman, who is pictured below, is the MP for Liverpool Riverside.

She isthe Chair of theNew Labour Friends of Israel grouping, the Vice-Chairman of the All-Party Inter-Parliamentary Council against Antisemitism and a Member of the Britain-Israel All-Party Parliamentary Group.


In the House of Commons, Ellman signed an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Gillian Shephard, Chairman of the Conservative Friends of Israel, which stated in part:
"This House congratulates the State of Israel on its 50th Anniversary; recognises Israel is a vibrant, diverse and democratic society (and) applauds its achievements in 50 years." (66 signers)
She did not sign an EDM which stated in part:
"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; calls upon Her Majesty's Government to mark the occasion by instructing all Government departments, agencies and other public bodies to fly the Cross of St. George from their buildings on this day; encourages all local authorities, schools, organisations and businesses also to fly the English flag; and further calls upon all honourable Members to wear the Red Rose of England on 23rd April with pride." (17 signers)
Ellman, herself, introduced an EDM, which stated in part:
"This House notes that Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January, which is the day the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated… remembers all those who lost their lives in the Holocaust and… commends those organisations such as the Holocaust Educational Trust for their work towards this day; and encourages all honourable Members to be involved in a day that not only helps to ensure that the Holocaust is never forgotten but also warns of the dangers of all forms of discrimination today." (98 signers)
She also introduced the following, which stated in part:
"This House congratulates, Everton, Liverpool, Tranmere, Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle, Leeds and Watford for promoting Holocaust Memorial Day; recognises these clubs were ably supported by the Holocaust Education Trust, ran initiatives such as tannoy and big screen announcements and articles in their match-day programmes that asked fans to remember the victims of the Holocaust… commends the clubs for warning where the dangers of anti-semitism, racism and prejudice can lead… supports Michael Dunford, Chief Executive of Everton who declared that the 'two great Merseyside rivals are putting footballing differences aside to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day and are working together to ensure that our fans, local schools and players never forget the Holocaust'… and urges more professional football clubs, next year, to be involved in the promotion of National Holocaust Memorial Day." (46 signers)
However, Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated in part:
"This House remembers the 1948 massacre at the Palestinian village of Deir Yassin acknowledges the great significance of this tragic event for Palestinians since it marked the beginning of the depopulation of over 400 Arab villages and cities and the expulsion of over 700,000 Palestinians." (28 signers)
Nor did she sign the following EDM, which was introduced into Parliament more than two years before the Jewish lobby in Washington and New York pushed Bush and Blair into another war on Israel’s behalf.
"This House notes with concern the election of Ariel Sharon as Prime Minister of Israel; recalls his record of involvement in war crimes going back as far as the 1950s and in particular the crimes committed during the invasion of Lebanon in 1982, an invasion which reduced an Arab capital to ruins amidst the ashes of napalm, phosphorous and fragmentation weaponry, and which culminated in an Israeli inquiry finding Sharon 'personally indirectly responsible' for the massacres in the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camps in Beirut between 16th and 18th September, 1982 in which almost 3,000 people were butchered… notes further the implacable refusal by General Sharon to acknowledge the solemn and binding agreements signed by his country during the Oslo process which he has declared dead… (and) expresses the fear that the election of General Sharon may lead to a state of war in the Middle East." (16 signers)
Ellman’s sympathy for Israel is signified precisely by the fact that shehas not signed any of the many EDMs, introduced since New Labour came to power, which were critical of Israel and/or its leaders.
With this in mind, it is, perhaps interesting to note that she did not sign any of the following EDMs either:
"This House notes 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 millions of people who lost their lives during war on our behalf and… further notes the essential work the Royal British Legion do in raising much needed funds to support ex-servicemen and their families; and calls on everyone to support the Poppy Appeal in remembering the sacrifices that have been made across the globe." (101 signers)
"This House welcomes the ruling by the Pensions Appeal Tribunal that Tom Duggan, a nuclear test veteran who served in the armed forces during the UK's first A bomb programme on Christmas Island in 1958, contracted Lymphatic Cancer following exposure to radiation; notes that the tribunal's decision could finally prove to be the decisive case which overturns decades of claims by successive UK governments that the Christmas Island explosions could not have harmed UK servicemen." (73 signers)
"This House notes that members of the armed forces, including Mr Deans of Stapleford, Broxtowe, who had volunteered to help in research on colds, were in the 1950's subjected unknowingly to mustard gas and nerve gas by Porton Down researchers… expresses its horror that experiments of this type, previously known only in wartime Japan and Germany, could have been conducted in Britain on unwitting servants of the Crown; and urges that the conclusion of the police inquiries be succeeded if necessary by a public inquiry to establish who was responsible, and at what level the experiments were authorised." (44 signers)
"This House notes that Gulf veterans report more ill health than other servicemen; further notes that a number of servicemen have now died due to illness apparently acquired following service during the Gulf War… and calls upon the Government to launch a full public inquiry into Gulf War illnesses in order to ensure that 11 years of uncertainty and confusion for Gulf War veterans is finally brought to an end and to guarantee that existing servicemen and women are not exposed to similar risks in the future." (66 signers)
In fact Ellman never signed any of the EDMs which were critical of the UK government for using armed forces personnel as guinea pigs in scientific experiments almost guaranteed to damage their health. Nor did she sign any of the EDMs which called for an enquiry into Gulf War syndrome, a disease contracted whilst British servicemen and women were fighting a war as much for oil and Israel as they were fighting for the liberation of Kuwait.
Ellman, herself, introduced an EDM, which stated in part:
"This House condemns the suicide bombers as the enemies of peace… (and) notes that since 1994, 422 Israelis have been murdered by suicide and car bombers." (48 signers)
However, she did not sign an amendment to the above EDM which stated in part:
"Over 1,500 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since October, 2000." (30 signers)
Nor did she sign an EDM which stated in part:
"This House condemns the killing of Iain Hook, a UN worker, by the Israeli army in Jenin on Friday 22nd November, and the shooting of Caoimhe Butterly… notes that this is yet another example of the indiscriminate use of force by the Israeli army and that proper access to medical services was once again denied." (72 signers)
Nor did she sign an EDM which stated in part:
"This House notes the shooting of 21-year-old Tom Hurndall whilst helping Palestinian children escape gunfire from an Israel army watchtower in Rafah, Gaza… supports the calls from Tom Hurndall's family for the Israeli military advocate-general to start a prosecution against the Israeli commander who fired the bullet; and sends its support to the family of Tom, who is in a coma at the Royal Free Hospital from where he is not expected to recover." (31 signers – No Tories)
Nor did she sign an EDM which stated in part:
"This House welcomes the call by US congressman Jim McDermott on 18th March for a full inquiry into the death of an unarmed US citizen, Rachel Corrie, who was run over by an armoured bulldozer driven by a member of the Israeli security services on 16th March whilst she was protesting at the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza; and agrees with Congressman McDermott who said 'What we must find out is important: how could a brightly dressed women with a bullhorn have failed to be seen by the bulldozer driver?’" (64 signers – No Tories)
However, Ellman was happy to sign an Early Day Motion, which stated in part:
"This House welcomes to Parliament the families of the three Israeli servicemen, Benjamin Avraham 21, Adi Avital 22 and Omar Sawaid 27… together with the family of abducted businessman Elhanan Tanenbaum… notes that they were kidnapped from the Israeli side of the UN-recognised Israeli-Lebanon border while Mr Tanenbaum was snatched while working in Switzerland in October 2000; deeply sympathises with the awful pain and torment for these suffering families who have been denied any information on the welfare of their loved ones or even if they are still alive seven months after being abducted; further notes that the three Israeli servicemen were abducted by Hizbullah." (13 signers)
However, Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated in part:
"This House deplores the action of the Israeli Government in continuing… to detain in prison in Israel… young Lebanese totalling 21 in all, for periods long after the expiry of their sentence, in some cases for many years; fears that these young men are in reality held as hostages." (17 signers)
On the 9th of January, 2004, a South African asylum-seeker pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to inflicting unlawful and malicious bodily harm.

Kouassi Adaye, who was, originally, from the Ivory Coast, came to England in 1999. At the time of his arrival he had HIV. Since then, Adaye knowingly infected at least one woman with the virus.
Judge David Lynch called Adaye "despicable" and "a danger to women", and jailed him for 6 years.
John McDermott QC, prosecuting, told the court Adaye had unprotected sex with her just eight days after he was informed he might be HIV positive.
He said that Adaye had left his South African wife, who is also known to be HIV positive, and daughter in 1999, and had claimed asylum in the UK on the grounds of religious persecution.
His claim was refused, but following an administrative error, Adaye’s claim was held in abeyance and was still being considered by the Home Office when he was arrested.
Adaye obtained a false passport, a false driving licence, and had set himself up a false national insurance number. Despite not being allowed to work while his asylum bid was being processed, he got a job at the Kingdom of Leather furniture store, then as a meter reader for Scottish Power. The court also heard how he would often pretend to be a French barrister.
The prosecution said:
"He deceived a number of different authorities, saying that he was a single parent looking after two children. He said he was living in a cramped flat with the electricity cut off. He was given crisis loans, grants, housing benefit and clothes for children".
At a previous appearance at Liverpool Crown Court, the court was told that Toxteth resident, Adaye, who entered the country in December, 1999, admitted to 20 counts of deception and had illegally claimed benefits worth more than £12,300.
The prosecution counsel said:
"Enquiries in South Africa led to his general practitioner. He had attended her clinic on no less than six occasions, on each for sexually transmitted diseases. She diagnosed him to have various sexual infections and in September, 1997, sent him to be tested for HIV. He did not attend. She asserts that each time she saw him she told him that if he was not already HIV positive, he soon would be".
Adaye is also known to have had sex with other women, one of whom, a 57-year-old widow, he married bigamously after claiming his South African wife was dead. Another was a 17-year-old girl to whom he got engaged. Judge David Lynch said:
"You went on and had unprotected sexual intercourse with this lady and you knew it was highly likely, if not certain, that you were HIV positive… I cannot imagine a greater degree of grievous bodily harm than infecting a person with a virus of this nature".
Adaye is currently seeking to avoid deportation when his sentence is completed. His case is based upon his HIV status.

Louise Ellman voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis and signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel.

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

She also signed an EDM noting the death of 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, however, who had offered to sell UK passports to those whose immigration status was in question.

Ellman voted a Bill to 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, she 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.


She also signed an EDM 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 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".

She also voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated, and signed 3 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence.
However, she has never signed an EDM sympathising with her constituent, the woman whom Kouassi Adaye infected with AIDS. Nor did she sign an EDM sympathising with her. Nor has she ever suggested that Adaye ought to be "punished with more severity" for the racist nature of some of his murderously irresponsible actions.
Ellman never mentioned her constituents, Valerie, Adrian and MakadaWeaver, in Parliament.
Valerie was shot 4 times by a black stranger who broke into her home. Nor didEllman mention Valerie's children, Adrian and six-year-old Makada.
The children both saw their mother being shot and, then, were both shot themselves, just because they were there.

No MP ever bothered to introducean EDM sympathising with this whitefamily.
Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated in part:

"That this House warmly applauds the Nuclear-Free Future Foundation International Resistance Award made in absentia to Mordecai Vanunu, the brave nuclear whistleblower… recognises Mr Vanunu as a true international citizen… in a selfless and courageous act of ethical obedience to a power higher than the State; notes the citation on his award, made in his absence in jail in Israel, where he has been for 16 years, many in solitary confinement, states that while working as a technician at Israel's Dimona nuclear complex from 1976 to 1985, Mordecai Vanunu learned of his country's covert production of plutonium for nuclear weapons; further notes that Mr Vanunu believed it was his responsibility to inform the citizens of Israel as well as the rest of the world that nuclear weapons are being built and stockpiled in his land… (He) spent the first 11 years of his incarceration in solitary confinement… Mr Vanunu should have been applauded for his actions, not incarcerated; now notes that Mr Vanunu comes up for parole on 29th October; and calls upon Her Majesty's Government to make all efforts, directly to the Israeli Government, in support of this application from a brave man." (59 votes – No Tories)


However, Ellman did sign an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by the homosexual, Stephen Twigg, Chairman of the Labour Friends of Israel, which stated in part:

"This House looks forward to the visit of the Iranian Foreign Minister; welcomes the current trend towards a more progressive society in that country but deplores its continued and expanded support for terrorist organisations and activities which aim to derail the Middle East peace process; notes that Iran continues to finance, equip and providetraining locations to the most lethal terrorist organisations in the Middle East notably Hamas, Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, and… expresses concern that Christian, Jewish and particularly the Bahai' communities have been the targets of specific campaigns of harassment and abuse including the arrest of 13 Jews on trumped up charges of espionage; is concerned that Iran remains one of the most active countries seeking to acquire weapons of mass destruction; is aware that this will have the detrimental effect of destabilising the balance of power." (48 votes)

Ellman signed another Early Day Motion, introduced by Twigg, which stated in part:

"This House notes the recent surge of anti-semitism in Russia involving a series of attacks on Rabbis and synagogues; condemns the anti-semitic outbursts by a member of the Russian parliament, Albert Makashov; condemns those 121 members of the Russian Communist Party who failed to vote for a motion censuring Makashov's harsh abusive statements and incitement to racism; and calls for Her Majesty's Government to put political pressure on the leadership of Russia to denounce any form of racial hatred and to take appropriate action towards Makashov." (57 votes)

However, having signed the two EDMs above, which dealt with matters outside the jurisdiction of the UK Parliament, Ellman chose not to sign the following EDMs which dealt with corruption much closer to home:

"This House calls on the Tory and Liberal Democrat parties to uphold the integrity of local government by following the example of the Labour Party in suspending councillors when they are charged with serious criminal offences; regrets that this was not done in the cases of Tory Councillor Isaac Leibowitz and Liberal Democrat Councillor Zev Lieberman in Hackney; and believes that the leaders of the Tory and Liberal Democrat parties should explain why they were prepared to allow their councillors to continue acting in the name of their parties when they were charged with forgery and conspiracy to defraud, offences which went to the heart of the democratic system." (10 votes)

"In December 2001 the Law Lords delivered a unanimous judgement that Dame Shirley Porter and David Weeks, two Conservative ex-leaders of Westminster City Council, (who) were guilty of 'deliberate, blatant and dishonest abuse of public power' amounting to 'political corruption’… on 30th May 2003 the European Court of Human Rights rejected Dame Shirley Porter's appeal as 'manifestly ill-founded' and 'inadmissible'… she is liable for a surcharge which, with interest, totals in excess of £37 million towards which she has so far contributed £3,000 and a gold-plated toilet seat." (42 votes – No Tories)


Ellman signed an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Lorna Fitzsimmons, which stated:

"This House notes that the 10th World AIDS Day is on 1st December and urges all… to wear the Red Ribbon at this time in support of those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS; and recognises the work of the National Aids Trust, Red Ribbon International and other voluntary organisations who work to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS." (89 votes)

Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated in part:

"This House welcomes the publication of the report by the Health Select Committee into sexual health… is extremely concerned that the UK is suffering a public health crisis as a result of which 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, and gonorrhoea rates have doubled over the same period; is further concerned that since NHS sexual health clinics are clearly unable to cope with the current demand the situation seems certain to worsen." (34 votes – only 1 New Labour vote)


Ellman signed the following two Early Day Motions, both of which were introduced into Parliament by Oona King, who is both Jewish and Black:

"This House accepts the fact that the United Kingdom is a multi-racial society… and urges the Home Secretary to implement the recommendations by the Commission for Racial Equality and reform the Race Relations Act 1976." (204 votes)

And:

"This House welcomes the positive all-party support that the Race Relations Bill has received throughout its passage in both Houses of Parliament; and calls on all public authorities - the police, central and local government, the NHS and others - all of whose functions will be covered by the amended Race Relations Act 1976, to seize the opportunity provided by this legislation to tackle all forms of racial discrimination, and, as urged by the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry, to examine their policies and the outcome of their policies and practices to guard against disadvantaging any section of our communities." (188 votes)

However, Ellman did not sign either of the following EDMs which stated in part:

"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." (10 votes. The conductor who cut Rule Brittania was Leonard Slatkin, a New York Jew)

And:

"This House congratulates the Doctor Patient Partnership for launching its Suicide: Helping Men Cope Campaign which helps raise awareness of the high rate of suicide among young men and encourages them to seek help; notes that 75 per cent of suicides are by males, that the suicide rate for 15 to 24 year old males in England and Wales increased by more than 80 per cent. between 1980 and 1992, that suicide rates in Scotland between 1994 and 1996 were 50 per cent. higher than the rest of the United Kingdom and that suicide is the second most common cause of death in young men; realises that the reluctance of men to seek support when distressed adds to their vulnerability and that unemployment is strongly associated with suicide." (64 votes – No Tories)


Ellman was happy to sign an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Ann Clwyd, which stated:

"he vast majority of people in the United Kingdom consider that President Mandela is one of the great figures of the 20th century and that admiration for his courage and statesmanship is shared throughout the world." (101 votes – No Tories)

But she did not sign an EDM which stated in part:

"This House believes that the honorary knighthood awarded to President Mugabe in 1994 should be withdrawn." (99 votes)


Ellman did not sign any 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.


Ellman signed another Early Day Motion eulogising Nelson Mandela, introduced into Parliament by Diane Abbot, which stated in part:

"This House notes the improvements to Trafalgar Square… further notes the proposal for a statue of Nelson Mandela to be placed on the north terrace overlooking the Square… recognises the widespread international backing for the siting of a statue of Dr Mandela in this position, including the personal endorsement of Dr Mandela himself; and urges that planning permission for a statue of this great international statesman on this site to be given swiftly in order to expedite this honour from the people of Britain." (124 votes)

However, she chose not to sign an EDM which stated:

"This House recognises the important and historic contribution made by the manual working class workers of this country; further recognises the wealth they have created and the role they have played during times of war; notes that as many manual workers have died through workplace accidents and diseases as in war; further notes that the significant historic figures are already widely celebrated; and calls 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." (32 votes – No Tories)

Nor did Ellman sign an EDM which stated:

"This House, in recognition of the service and sacrifice of British seafarers in defence of the United Kingdom and the contribution to national prosperity made in peace time by merchant seamen, urges Her Majesty's Government to harness the enthusiasm and talents of the Deputy Prime Minister and Lord Sterling of Plaistow, Executive Chairman of Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company to achieve the provision of a fitting statue of a British seafarers on the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square." (51 votes)


Ellman signed another Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Diane Abbot, which stated in part:

"This House… notes with concern… that seafarers working on United Kingdom flagged ships and United Kingdom waters are currently excluded from the provisions of the Race Relations Act; believes that such discrimination is morally indefensible in the 21st Century and therefore welcomes the proposals contained in the Home Office consultation document 'Equality and Diversity The Way Ahead' to include seafarers in the provisions of the Act." (110 votes)


Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated:

"This House is alarmed that under the CFP negotiations in December 2002, draconian cuts to the British fishing industry were agreed by the British Government including a 45 per cent. cut in cod catches, a 50 per cent. cut in haddock catches, a 60 per cent. cut in whiting catches and a 15 day fishing limit each month applying to all British boats over 10 metres, while Holland and Denmark's industrial fishing practices which led to the mass destruction of immature white fish was virtually untouched, Spain increased its hake quota and can continue its state aid for fishing-boat construction until 2004, France and Spain received no cut in fishing in the Atlantic with no reduction in time at sea and the Belgian plaice quota was reduced by only five per cent.; and calls on the British Government to drop European CFP controls in favour of national controls in order to conserve our fish stocks and sustain our fishing and fishing-dependent industries and communities." (7 votes)


Ellman signed an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Fiona MacTaggart, which stated:

"This House notes that Mrs Manjit Basuta, a British citizen, has been convicted in the United States and sentenced to 25 years imprisonment… further notes… the judge's apparent greater concern for expediency than fairness; and supports Manjit Basuta's lawyers' and Fair Trials Abroad's call for an immediate retrial." (84 votes)

However, she did not sign an EDM which stated:

"This House is concerned about the ongoing plight of Alexander Mitchell, William Sampson, Raj Schyver, James Lee, James Cottle, Les Walker, Peter Brandon and Glen Ballard who are currently being detained in Saudi Arabian gaols; notes that at their trials and subsequent appeals, lawyers outlined to judges detailed evidence of confessions obtained under severe distress conducted by Saudi officials, which included them being suspended upside down for hours with their hands and feet bound, sleep deprivation for up to 10 days and regular beatings and torture on their persons; and calls upon the Government to insist upon their release, an immediate end to their incarceration and a full inquiry into their cases." (38 votes – only 1 Tory)


Nor did Ellman sign any of the following EDMs:

"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."

"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."

"This House expresses grave concern that Kevan Sloan has now served over 18 months of a two and half year sentence in Tenerife as a result of seriously flawed legal proceedings; and calls on the Prime Minister to draw Kevan's case to the attention of his Spanish opposite number with a view to securing his early release."

"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."


Ellman signed an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Lynne Jones, which stated in part:

"This House supports the statement from the Refugee Council… Asylum Rights Campaign… Migrant Helpline… Refugee Action and Refugee Arrivals Project (that) … in-country applicants… represent two-thirds of those applying for asylum… refugees are often unable to claim asylum at ports of entry for… lack of knowledge of the UK asylum process, language difficulties and trauma; further notes that… 65 per cent. of all successful claims, including exceptional leave to remain, are made by in-country applicants; regrets that the Government focus on deterrence of people seeking asylum has seen a more punitive philosophy take hold of government policy." (56 votes)

However, Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated:

"This House condemns the reported activities of Mr Abdullah Azad of the Welfare Centre in Manchester as set out in The ‘Observer’ of 22nd November, which alleges that Mr Azad offered to supply forged United Kingdom passports for the payment of a fee and urged persons whose immigration status was in question to apply for asylum, thereby lengthening the queue for legitimate applicants; believes in the absence of any indication from Mr Azad that he intends to sue for defamation, that the newspaper report is true; calls on the police to investigate the matter fully with a view to bringing charges; considers that immigration and asylum advisers and solicitors who act unlawfully should be brought to book; and urges the Government to take urgent action to regulate immigration advisers." (47 votes – No Tories)


Ellman signed an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by the disgraced former cabinet minster, Ron Davies, which stated in part:

"That This House urges the Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis to release to the public the Police Complaints Authority report into the suspicious death of the Asian teenager Lakhvinder 'Ricky' Reel, in line with the recommendations of the MacPherson inquiry into the murder of Stephen Lawrence, which called for greater openness and transparency." (84 votes)

Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated:

"This House notes with concern the number of Falklands War veterans who have committed suicide since the end of the conflict in 1982; recognises that the number of suicides amongst veterans is now double the number of those killed during the conflict; and calls on the Government to mark the 20th anniversary of the Falklands War by supporting and assisting Falklands veterans and the organisations working on their behalf to ensure that they receive all the advice, support and help they need in order to reduce the incidence of suicides." (58 votes)


Ellman signed an Early Day Motion, introduced into Parliament by Stephen Twigg, which stated in part:

"t is important that the right to free political expression, especially in elections, is not abused in the competition for popular votes; believes that those seeking elected office should not cause or exploit prejudice and discrimination on grounds of race or nationality; opposes those engaged in the democratic process who seek to incite or encourage, blatantly or covertly, racial hatred, prejudice and discrimination between others; and calls upon those seeking elected office in any forthcoming election to This House to observe the Commission for Racial Equality's Compact." (96 votes)

Ellman did not sign an EDM which stated:

"This House notes with concern that research by scientists at Newcastle University has shown that DNA from genetically-modified foods has been able to transfer into the human gut; recognises that the potential for transferring antibiotic resistance, used as marker genes in GM crops, could then seriously compromise natural resistance and immune systems; and calls for the immediate suspension of use of all GM Crops and products currently using antibiotic resistant marker genes." (30 votes – No Tories)

In fact, Ellman did not sign any of the thirty-six EDMs which were introduced into Parliament which were suspicious and/or critical of GM "Frankenstein food" technology.


If Ellman is included, the EDMs listed above, which were signed by her, were all introduced by women, with the exception of those introduced by Stephen Twigg and Ron Davies, who are both homosexual.

Two of the women who introduced the EDMs that Ellman signed are black, two are Jewish and two are Welsh.
Twigg and Davies are homosexual of the English and Welsh variety.

All of the EDMs Ellman did not sign were introduced by British men, none of whom are homosexual.


Those who introduced the EDMs that Ellman signed, apart from herself, were:

Lynne Jones.

Jones is a politically correct ‘bleeding heart’ who introduced all three of the Early Day Motions into Parliament sympathetic to and encouraging of individuals who have had a sex change.

Diane Abbott.

Abbott’s child attends a private school. She has scolded her New Labour colleagues on many occasions in the past for sending their children to such a school. She is black.

Lorna Fitzsimmons:

Fitzsimmonsis a former president of the NUS, who voted with the government and its plans to cut student funding.

Oona King:

King’s father was a black American draft dodger who is now a professor of politics. Bill Clinton formally pardoned him before he left office. King’s grandfather founded the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People in the US, an organisation that has been unofficially run by Jews since its inception.

One uncle, CB King, stood against Jimmy Carter in the Presidential primaries, another uncle was once sectioned as insane.

She is married to an Italian media executive whom she met when they were both researchers in the European parliament. Her mother is the media celebrity, Miriam Stoppard, is King’s aunt.

King is both black and Jewish.

Gillian Shephard:

Shephardis the Chairman of the Conservative Friends of Israel and has never signed an EDM critical of Israel in particular or Jewish behaviour in general. She was in John Major’s cabinet and was a junior minister in Margaret Thatcher’s government.

Ann Clwyd:

Clwydis anotherProfessional bleeding-heart whose heart has bled most profusely on behalf of the Kurdish people of Iraq.

In 1991, after George Bush had given the Kurds the green light to attack Saddam Hussein’s forces in Northern Iraq, they began to slaughter the Sunni Muslim population. Clwyd never mentions this when her heart is bleeding on their behalf.

Nor has she ever mentioned in her speeches eulogising the Kurds, that the PPK, a Kurdish terrorist organisation operating in Turkey, was responsible for the deaths of at least 30,000 innocent Turkish people in 1990s.

Nor has she ever mentioned any of the heinous crimes committed by Kurdish people in this country in the House of Commons..

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

In 1998, more than 3 years before the September 11th 2001 destruction of the World Trade Centre, she voted for the military action which led to led to the widespread bombing of Iraq.

Stephen Twigg:

Twigg, who ishomosexual,is no longer an MP, having lost his seat in 2005.

He is a former Chairman of the New Labour Friend’s of Israel and has never signed an EDM critical of Israel in particular or Jewish behaviour in general. He was the Chief Whip of the archetypal loony left Islington Council in the nineties.

He was the first openly gay president of the NUS.

He was, at the time the voters booted him out of his Enfield Southgate constituency, a high ranking minister in Tony Blair’s Education department.

Ron Davies:

Davies is the former Secretary of State for Wales who, whilst serving in this capacity in Tony Blair’s "inclusive" New Labour government, went for an unaccompanied, thrill seeking walk on Clapham common.

He was, subsequently, "abducted" from the Common by a Rastafarian whom he had approached for casual sex.

Since this knowledge became known, and Davies was elected to the Welsh assembly, he has been arrested by the police whilst for "looking for badgers" with another complete stranger.


All of the above voted to go to war against Iraq with the exception, to their credit, of Jones and Abbot.


If you wish to peruse the long, historical essay, Ellman, Phillips and Hamas, go here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=68&iParentId=66

If you wish to view thehistorical essay, Louise Ellman and the Slave Trade, go here:

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/page.php?iCategoryId=77&iParentId=66







Thisis Lynne Jones:




Lynne Jones, New Labour MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, voted to decriminalise cannabis and signed every Early Day Motion, since New Labour came to power, advocating its decriminalisation.

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 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.

Jones also signed a great 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.

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 two EDMs noting the death of Rocky Bennett, who died in mental hospital custody.

She also signedall threeEDMs proposing that the vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square should be occupied by 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, be erected upon the plinth.

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 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".

Jones also mentioned the Asian, Ricky Reel, in Parliament and signed an EDM commenting on his "suspicious death", even though the police could never conclude anything other than that Ricky, who was intoxicated,fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

She signed an EDM sympathising with illegal immigrant Joy Gardner and another commemorating asylum-seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

She 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)

She signed three EDMs which mentioned 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 commemorating the death of Ruhullah Aramesh.

She also signed an EDM sympathising with Kenneth Severin.

She also signed an EDM sympathising with Muktar Ahmed and signed two 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 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 two EDMs expressing sympathy for Quaddus Ali.

She also signed an EDM noting the death of Roger Sylvester, a black man who died in custody "following restraint by police officers", signed an EDM condemning the police and sympathising with Asians Shiji Lapite and Ibrahim Sey and black man Brian Douglas, all of whom died in police custody, and has also signed an EDM which expressed outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

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

She also signed EDM 944, which eulogised PC Kalawant Sidhu, who fell to his death while chasing a criminal over rooftops in 1999 but, I believe, has never signed an EDM on behalf of a native, British policeman who lost his life in the performance of his duty since New Labour came to power.

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.

She has also used the phrase "institutionalised racism" and mentioned Stephen Lawrence in Parliament and signed 10 out of the 13 EDMs commemorating him.


However, she has never mentioned the death of her constituent, 30-year-old Tracy Cullum, who collapsed and died of acoronary embolism, six weeeks after she was punched her in the face by one member offive-strong gang of black "hoodies".

The "hoodie"resented the fact that she had admonished him for barging to the front of a bus queue, where she was waiting with her children.

The blow had been sohard that it had spun her around and she hadsnapped her ankle as she fell to the floor.

Doctors said that the incident at the bus stop had caused the blood clot that killed her.

In fact, Jones has never mentioned any of the many other indigenous Britons who have been killed and otherwise violently harmed by first and second-generation immigrants since the time of Stephen Lawrence's death, nor has she ever signed an EDM commemorating any of them.


For an in-depth appreciation of Lynne Jones' PC behaviour in parliament, go here.







On the 1st of March, 1994, 55-year-old solicitor Colin Hickman, was murdered at his home in Coventry.

He had been slashed and stabbed 14 times.

Timothy Caines was convicted of his murder in May, 1995, and sentenced to life imprisonment.

There was little doubt that Colin had faced two attackers on the day he was killed. Marks on Colin’s wrists suggested that he had been held by one of his killers whilst being restrained by the other.

According to the prosecution, Caines was a con man who murdered Colin to prevent exposure of his dishonest financial activities.

When he was interviewed by the police for the first time, he lied to the police about his whereabouts at the time of the murder. In his second interview he said that he did not know Colin's address and had never been there.

At the fourth interview, he said he did not know who killed Colin and was not there when he was killed. He then changed his story and said he had been in a car outside when Colin was killed. He added that the man who killed Colin smeared blood on his (Caines’) hands.

He said that the damaged watch found at the scene looked like his watch, but he had lost it two weeks previously. He then "remembered" that the watch was already damaged and had fallen off in the car and added that it had been picked up by the killer.

At this point in the fourth interview, Caines’ solicitor advised him that, if he had been in Colin’s house, it was in his best interests to give a detailed account of what he had seen and heard.

He then changed his story again and said that, after his watch had fallen off in the car, he was forced to walk to the deceased's house. Colin answered the door and the killer pushed him, aside and went in, whereupon Caines’ ran off.

Then, he said, "under threats and pressure, and wearing his cap, gloves and watch, and carrying a package", he went back to Colin's house and rang the bell. This time Colin was stabbed and Caines jumped on his assailant, trying to pull him off. He removed the knife from the bad guy's hands and then ran away.

Caines’ appealed against his life sentence in 1997. This was rejected by the Court of Appeal.

So, we know that Caines lied repeatedly to the police.

This is not in dispute.

We know that the woman Colin was living with had previously been Caines’ girlfriend.

This is not in dispute.

We know that a baseball cap and watch belonging to Caines were found at the scene.

This is not in dispute.

We know he was one of two men at the scene when Colin died.

This is not in dispute.

We know the knife that killed Colin was his and that this is not in dispute.

We know that Caines had a reputation as a "dodgy" operator.

We believe that Colin was restrained by one man whilst being stabbed by the other.

Nevertheless a loud and long campaign to free Timothy Caines was launched.

Lynne Jones, MP, is one of those who have signed the petition demanding that this black man be set free.

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 or she has been elected, the MP in question is more likely to undermine those views and concerns. Bearing this in mind:

Lynne Jones, New Labour MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, signed an EDM sympathising with another convicted murderer, 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.

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 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, she 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.

She 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.

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

Jones also mentioned Asian man, Ricky Reel, in Parliament and signed an EDM commenting on his "suspicious death" even though the police have never been able to prove anything other than that Ricky 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", signed an EDM condemning the police and sympathising with Asians Shiji Lapite and Ibrahim Sey and black man Brian Douglas, all of whom died in police custody, and has also signed an EDM which expressed outrage at the deaths of Damilola Taylor and Abdi Hamza.

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

She has also used the phrase "institutionalised racism" and mentioned Stephen Lawrence in Parliament and signed 7 out of 8 EDMs commemorating him that have been introduced into parliament since New Labour came to power.

However, Jones has never mentioned any of the many indigenous Britons murdered by first and second-generation immigrants since the time of Stephen Lawrence’s death, nor has she ever signed an EDM commemorating them.

As of the end of February, 2005, Lynne Jones had signed at least 60 EDMs, since New Labour came to power, sympathising with the plight of asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants and the like.

As of September, 2004, she 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.

However, she had signed just 4 EDMs concerned with the plight of indigenous Britons unjustly imprisoned overseas.

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.

Jones was content to put the welfare of the poor immigrant with AIDS before that of the native 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.

Lynne Jones signed both of the 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".

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.

Jones 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.

Jones did not see the point of signing this.

Another EDM, which I would also have signed, suggested that a statue of "the Manual Working Class" ought to be erected on the same spot.

Jones didn’t bother to sign this one either.

From the time New Labour came to power in 1997 up to February, 2005, Lynne Jones signed about thirty 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, Jones signed just 5 EDMs. That’s 30 or so for animals, 5 for children.

The following EDM, introduced on the 26th of November, 2003, is an example of one of the EDMs Jones did not sign.

"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".

Jones voted for a complete ban on hunting with dogs and signed almost all of the many 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.

Lynne Jones was consistent in her obeisance to all things Jewish in that she signed all of the Early Day Motions, introduced since New Labour came to power, which eulogised and commended "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.

Jones 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.

Lynne Jones also signed all four of the EDMs, introducing 3 of them herself, 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".

Jones also voted for all 7 pro-homosexual bills that have been introduced into Parliament since New Labour came to power.

These included the bill to lower the homosexual age of consent to 16 from 18; the repeal of Section 28, which banned Local Authorities from promoting homosexuality; the bill to allow homosexual couples to ‘marry’ if they wish; the bill to allow the adoption of children by homosexual couples and a bill which prevented parents from having a greater say over the content of the sexual education in the schools that their children attend.

Jones 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".

In March, 2004, Jones 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 TW- - S like them are more likely to vote for TW - - S like us than the decent citizen is.

Jones also 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.

She also 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.

Now, let’s take a look at some of the other EDMs that Lynne Jones did not bother to sign.

"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 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.

"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 the anti-English formula mentioned above, is Jewish.

"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".

"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 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".

"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; 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".

"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 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".

"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".

To reiterate: Lynne Jones signed none of the EDMs listed above.

In fact, of all the 350+ backbench New Labour MPs who could have signed the above EDMs, only Rudi Vis, Syd Rapson, Adrian Bailey, Jim Dobbin, Lindsay Hoyle, Rob Marris, 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, ever did.

Most of these signed just one, no one signed more than 3.

By the way, I’m no Tory, I’d boil Margaret Thatcher in the same cauldron as Tony Blair if I was the boss.

As for the Liberals, ask yourselves this, how much of what you find out here did they ever tell you?

In The Birmingham Sunday Mercury, of the 28th of July, 2002, Lynne Jones said:

"If you are going to take any drug out of alcohol, cigarettes and cannabis, it would be safer to have a small amount of cannabis… studies show that cannabis, when not mixed with tobacco and digested alone, is safer than both cigarettes and alcohol… when you put it into perspective, there is a certain irrationality in the legal position of cannabis compared to tobacco and alcohol".

Thus, we see that Ms Jones is pro-cannabis. In fact, she voted to decriminalise cannabis and signed every Early Day Motion, since New Labour came to power, advocating the decriminalisation of this substance. However, when is comes to your average fag, Jones says:

"I would certainly extend the rules to pubs and restaurants… We need to send a message that smoking is anti-social".

Thus, the gospel according to St. Jones says that smoking tobacco is "anti-social", but cannabis is "safer than both cigarettes and alcohol".

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".

Surprise, surprise!

Lynne Jones was lying.

Jones is not the least bit unusual in her preference for all things alien.

Integration, managed migration, pluralism, multiculturalism, diversity, respect for difference, interdependency, globalism, these are the buzz words and phrases of hundreds of on-message Westminster MPs so much worthier than we.

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.








This is Neil Gerrard:




Neil Gerrard, New Labour MP for Walthamstow, voted to decriminalise cannabisand he also signed most of the Early Day Motions advocating the decriminalisation of cannabis, since New Labour came to power.

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".

Gerrard also voted for the introduction of 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 noting the death of black man 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 an enormous number of 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 also signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel, whom the police believe fell into the Thames whilst intoxicated and urinating.

He also signed an EDM mentioning an attack upon the Asian teenager, Muktar Ahmed.

He signedanother sympathising with the death of the black man,Alton Manning.

He also signed 3 EDMs commemorating the death of the black youth, Rolan Adams, which also mentioned his parents, Richard and Audrey.

He also signed two EDMs mentioning Rohit Duggal andanother sympathising with asylum seeker, Omasese Lumumba.

He also signed another EDM condemning Feltham Young Offenders Institution as "institutionally racist", and sympathising with the family of Zahid Mubarek. He also called for an enquiry into Mubarek's death.

He was also happy to sign 8 EDMs commemorating Stephen Lawrence, once of which mentioned his parents, Neville and Doreen, by name.

He also used the phrase "institutional racism" in the Commons and voted for criminal behaviour to be punished with more severity if that behaviour be "racially" or "religiously" aggravated.


However, he never saw fit to mention the murder of brothers,Peter and Brian Harvey, in the House of Commons.

Nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating them, nor did he ever call for the Asian man whokilled them, without warning or provocationin his own constutuency, to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime he committed.

Nor did he think to sign an EDM commemorating Albert Newman, nor did he ever suggest that theimmigrant who killed him ought to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime he committed.

Nor did he ever sign an EDM commemorating Brian Cherry or call for the blackcannibal who killed him and ate his brains to be "punished with more severity" because of the racist nature of the crime he committed.

In fact, Gerrard 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.


On the 4th of February, 2003, Neil Gerrard introducedthe Early Day Motion: "Humane Treatment for Migrants with HIV".

This EDM 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 of these politically correct bleeding hearts, 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.


The following 73 MPs signed Neil Gerrard's EDM:

Neil Gerrard, Jenny Tonge, Andrew George, Martyn Smyth, Ronnie Campbell, Kevin McNamara, Paul Holmes, Lynne Jones, Terry Davis, Ann Cryer, Martin Caton, Glenda Jackson, Terry Lewis, Harold Best, Harry Barnes, Sylvia Hermon, Win Griffiths, Edward Davey, Vincent Cable, Alan Meale, Greg Pope, Paul Tyler, Karen Buck, Jim Dobbin, Simon Thomas, Helen Clark, Syd Rapson, Eobert Wareing, Janet Dean, Chris Smith, Kelvin Hopkins, Betty Williams, Rudi Vis, Peter Bottomley, Andrew Dismore, Ian Gibson, Elfyn Llwyd, Paul Stinchcombe, Paul Daisley, (deceased) John Barrett, Desmond Turner, Tony Clarke, Roy Beggs, Julia Drown, David Hamilton, Nigel Jones, Jim Cousins, Rob Marris, Mohammad Sarwar, Norman Lamb, Doug Naysmith, Jeremy Corbyn, Michael Clapham; David Borrow; Sandra Gidley; Joan Ruddock; John McDonnell; Julie Morgan; Sue Doughty; John Robertson; Harry Cohen; Mike Wood; Gavin Strang; Paul Marsden; Patsy Calton; Nick Harvey; Chris McCafferty; Michael Moore; Andrew Stunell; Bill Etherington; Hywel Williams; Alan Simpson and David Lepper.


At this moment in time, in some parts of sub-Saharan Africa as many as 1 in3 of all adults are infected with the AIDS virus.

If the true extent of the sexual irresponsibility of the many black, African men, who have brought the AIDS virus with them into this country, were to become known, the stark culpability of those who signed the EDM above would be obvious.

I say that those who knowingly infect others with the AIDS virus, in the certain knowledge that the lives of those they infect will be shortened considerably, have committed premeditated murder in the real world and manslaughter at least, even in the Gospel according to St. Tony.

I may say that, if 500 men like myself were voted into parliament, those who put their name to the aforementioned EDM would be tried for the same crime.

You may rest assured that the government's eraser has been working overtime on this one and many, manymore British women will have been infected than those mentioned at this website.


After the terrible tragedy that occurred in London on the 7th of July, 2005, you might have expected some of the most PC in parliament to rein in their horns a little, wouldn't you?

After all, it is their encouragement and promotion of everything alien that led directly to the deaths of the 52 people who died and the 700 or so others who were injured.

However, in the days that followed the terrorist bombings, I was only able to find one EDM that was in any way critical of the government's immigration policy.

This EDM said:

"This House, following the recent statement of the Prime Minister that several hundred individuals had left the UK to train in terrorist camps abroad and had then been allowed back into this country, calls upon the Government to take swift action to prevent such individuals being able to return to the UK and continue to go about their business as free agents in society."


On the other hand, there was a plethora of EDMs, introduced in the fortnight following the bombings.

These demonstrated concern for the "minority communities", "ethnic minorities" "the Asian community", "asylum and immigration", "refugees", "refugee families" "Race Relations", "foreign students", "discrimination", "inclusiveness and diversity" and "the diverse and multicultural character of the UK".


One of these EDMs said this:

"This House is concerned at the proposal... to end the practice of granting indefinite leave to remain in the UK... it is a retrograde step since it reverses the policy of granting indefinite leave... without any evidence either that problems have arisen as a result of the current policy".

Do you get that?

"Without any evidence either that problems have arisen as a result of the current policy".

52 people were dead, seven hundred more lay terribly injured, and the hideously immoral, self-serving simpletons in Westminster were still insisting, less than a week after the bombings, that our asylum system is perfectly OK and shouldn't be amended in any way.

No matter how many people have to die we must not hurt the feelings of the immigrant under any circumstances, even if they are preaching hatred and mass murder in the mosques.


Another EDM said:

"This House... notes... the reports of over 100 separate racial attacks against members of the British Asian community since 7th July; and urges the Government to do everything in its power to ensure that those responsible are dealt with immediately so that nothing imperils the diverse and multicultural character of the UK."

Yep, we should definitely do everything in our power to catch those who call the non-white with the knapsack naughty names, all right!

We don't want such darling types rushing off back to Pakistan or Jamaica in tears, now do we? I mean, if they did, it might just "imperil the diverse and multicultural character of the UK!"


Another EDM said:

"This House fully supports the 120 vice-chancellors of UK universities in their objection to the plans to tighten visa rules for foreign students".

Yep, those foreign students bring a bit of dosh and intelligence into the country, don't they?

And the fact that they bring a lot of other stuff, which might not be quite so nice, well, who cares? It's only the racists and the Nazis who are bothered about bombs and diseases and rape and murder and ethnic cleansing anyway.


Another EDM said:

"This House... following the London bombings on 7th July, condemns all the subsequent attacks on minority communities... recalls and condemns the several attacks suffered... by minority communities following the New York atrocity of 11th September 2001; and so urges the Home Secretary, chief constables and local authorities to take very seriously... any such attacks".

Well, I don't disagree with this.

It's pretty obvious stuff. If someone behaves unpleasantly towards someone else, sort 'em out! That's what is supposed to happen. Why bother making a meal of it?

Instead of stating the bleeding obvious, you PC types who signed this EDM, why did you not bother to criticise those who had justdisintegrated 52 people whom they'd never even met?

Why didn't you have a go at them for once in your life?


Thing is folks, you might expect, at this time, when certain members of the immigrant community have expressed their hatred of the native population in the most extreme way possible, that the PC crowd might show a little compassion for us for a change.

You might imagine that some of those who signed these latter four EDMs might just have been tempted to sign the one that called "upon the Government to take action to prevent" the bad guys from returning to the UK and continuing "their business as free agents in society".

Well, one or two of them did but most did not.


Neil Gerrard, the New Labour MP for Wathamstow, for instance, did not.

He signed all four of the pro-immigrant EDMs cited above but he didn't think it fitting to sign the one that was just a little bit safety conscious and asked that those who had "left the UK to train in terrorist camps abroad" were preventedfrom "being able to return to the UK".

Only the ghastly, New Labour and old Tory PC bumwags, Alan Simpson and Peter Bottomley, did what Gerrard did in the wake of the 7/7 bombings.


For those of you who care about the terrible things our MPs are prepared to do, think and say on behalf of everyone else on the planet but us,here is a list of all those MPs who signed any of the last four EDMs quoted, who did not sign the first one.

The figure in brackets denotes the number of EDMs signed.

Conservative Party:

Peter Bottomley, (4) Peter Luff, (2) John Randall (1).

New Labour Party:

Diane Abbott, (2) Clive Betts, (1) David Borrow, (2) Richard Burden, (2) Martin Caton, (3) Michael Clapham, (3) David Clelland, (1) Harry Cohen, (1) Jeremy Corbyn, (3) Jon Cruddas, (1) David Drew, (2) Clive Efford, (3) Louise Ellman, (1) Helen Goodman, (1) Neil Gerrard, (4) David Hamilton, (1) David Heyes, (1) Jimmy Hood, (1) Eric Illsley, (1) Glenda Jackson, (3) Piara Khabra, (1) Sadiq Khan, (1) Mark Lazarowicz, (1) David Lepper, (1) Tony Lloyd, (1) Andrew Love, (2) Khalid Mahmood, (1) Shahid Malik, (1) Rob Marris, (3) Robert Marshall Andrews, (1) Chris McCafferty, (2) Ann McKechin, (1) John McDonnell, (3) Alan Meale, (1) Julie Morgan, (3) Sandra Osborne, (1) Greg Pope, (1) Joan Ruddock, (3) Mohammed Sarwar, (1) Alan Simpson, (4) John P Smith, (2) Peter Soulsby, (2) Desmond Turner, (1) Keith Vaz, (2) Betty Williams. (2)

Liberal Democrats:

John Barrett, (1) Tom Brake, (2) Annette Brooke, (3) Vincent Cable, (3) Sandra Gidley, (2) Nick Harvey, (2) Paul Holmes, (3) David Howarth, (1) Simon Hughes, (2) John Leech, (3) Greg Mulholland, (1) Paul Rowen, (1) Andrew Stunell, (3) Jo Swinson, (1) Sarah Teather, (3) Mark Williams, (1) Stephen Williams. (2)

Social Democratic and Labour Party:

Mark Durcan. (2)

Plaid Cymru:

Elfyn Llwyd, Hywel Williams. (2)

Respect:

George Galloway. (1)

Scottish National Party:

Mike Weir. (1)

Ulster Unionist Party:

Sylvia Hermon. (1)


To reiterate:

Neil Gerrard, Alan Simpson and Peter Bottomley were quite happy to sign all four immigrant-fondling EDMs that were introduced in the wake of the mass murder that took place in London on 7/7.

And yet, they were not moved to sign an EDM which might have made it a bit more difficult for those who had "left the UK to train in terrorist camps" to get back into the UK.


I say these creeps are traitors to their tribe.

What do you say?







This is Oona King:




Oona King, New Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, voted for the decriminalisation of cannabis.

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 signed an EDM commenting on the "suspicious death" of Ricky Reel, even though the police believe that Ricky, who was intoxicated, fell into the Thames whilst urinating.

She also brought the gang-rape of a 14-year-old girl in Bangladesh to the attention of the Commons.

However, she has never seen fit to mention the mass rape of white women and girls by black and Asian men that has taken place over the last forty years in this country. Nor did she think it necessary to mention the statistics contained inThe Evening Standard article of the 14th of January, 2004, whichtold usthat:

"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".

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

King has also used the phrase "institutionalised racism" in the House of Commons and was happy to mention Stephen Lawrence. She also signed 5 EDMs commemorating him.

However, she never mentioned the murder of Bernard Hegarty in the House of Commons, even though the killing occurred in her own constituency.

Bernard was stabbed repeatedly in a "frenzied" attack after he resisted an armed mugger whilst he was out on his lunch break. He died in the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, 5 days later. Serial criminal and drug addict, Christopher Olokun, who is black, was jaiiled for life for Bernard's murder.

Nor did she mention the murder of her constituent, father-of-three, Edward Miles, who wasstabbed more than 50 times by Sheik Danish, an illegal immigrant who had been smuggled into London by Edwrd's Pakistani wife in order to carry out the killing.

Nor did she ever mention her constituent, Kelly Sinnott , who had been beaten and strangled by Jermaine Flavius.

Nor did she ever mention Margaret Mueller, who was murdered, or Monica Watts, who was murderously attacked, in the House of Commons.

Nor did she ever mention the murder of her constituent, George Rowe.

After collecting his pension, George was followed back to his home by Sabul Miah, a crack and heroin addict, Once there, Miah stabbed him, without provocationor warning and slit his throat.

Nor did she ever mention the murder of her constituent, Ivy Newman, who was white,by hergrandson, who was black

Nor did she bother to mention the death of her constituents, pensioners Annie Castle and Billy Bryan.

A gang of black men broke into Annie's house, tied them both up, robbed them and treated them so bestially that they both died of a heart attack.

In fact, whilst King was an MP, she never mentioned the names of any of the many indigenous Britons killed by first or second-generation immigrants since Stephen Lawrence's death, nordid she ever sign an EDM commemorating any of them.

Oona King is both black and Jewish.






On the 4th of February, 2003, Neil Gerrard introducedthe Early Day Motion: "Humane Treatment for Migrants with HIV".

This EDM 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 of these politically correct bleeding hearts, 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.


The following 73 MPs signed Neil Gerrard's EDM:

Neil Gerrard, Jenny Tonge, Andrew George, Martyn Smyth, Ronnie Campbell, Kevin McNamara, Paul Holmes, Lynne Jones, Terry Davis, Ann Cryer, Martin Caton, Glenda Jackson, Terry Lewis, Harold Best, Harry Barnes, Sylvia Hermon, Win Griffiths, Edward Davey, Vincent Cable, Alan Meale, Greg Pope, Paul Tyler, Karen Buck, Jim Dobbin, Simon Thomas, Helen Clark, Syd Rapson, Eobert Wareing, Janet Dean, Chris Smith, Kelvin Hopkins, Betty Williams, Rudi Vis, Peter Bottomley, Andrew Dismore, Ian Gibson, Elfyn Llwyd, Paul Stinchcombe, Paul Daisley, (deceased) John Barrett, Desmond Turner, Tony Clarke, Roy Beggs, Julia Drown, David Hamilton, Nigel Jones, Jim Cousins, Rob Marris, Mohammad Sarwar, Norman Lamb, Doug Naysmith, Jeremy Corbyn, Michael Clapham; David Borrow; Sandra Gidley; Joan Ruddock; John McDonnell; Julie Morgan; Sue Doughty; John Robertson; Harry Cohen; Mike Wood; Gavin Strang; Paul Marsden; Patsy Calton; Nick Harvey; Chris McCafferty; Michael Moore; Andrew Stunell; Bill Etherington; Hywel Williams; Alan Simpson and David Lepper.


At this moment in time, in some parts of sub-Saharan Africa as many as 1 in3 of all adults are infected with the AIDS virus.

If the true extent of the sexual irresponsibility of the many black, African men, who have brought the AIDS virus with them into this country, were to become known, the stark culpability of those who signed the EDM above would be obvious.

I say that those who knowingly infect others with the AIDS virus, in the certain knowledge that the lives of those they infect will be shortened considerably, have committed premeditated murder in the real world and manslaughter at least, even in the Gospel according to St. Tony.

I may say that, if 500 men like myself were voted into parliament, those who put their name to the aforementioned EDM would be tried for the same crime.

You may rest assured that the government's eraser has been working overtime on this one and many, manymore British women will have been infected than those mentioned at this website.


After the terrible tragedy that occurred in London on the 7th of July, 2005, you might have expected some of the most PC in parliament to rein in their horns a little, wouldn't you?

After all, it is their encouragement and promotion of everything alien that led directly to the deaths of the 52 people who died and the 700 or so others who were injured.

However, in the days that followed the terrorist bombings, I was only able to find one EDM that was in any way critical of the government's immigration policy.

This EDM said:

"This House, following the recent statement of the Prime Minister that several hundred individuals had left the UK to train in terrorist camps abroad and had then been allowed back into this country, calls upon the Government to take swift action to prevent such individuals being able to return to the UK and continue to go about their business as free agents in society."


On the other hand, there was a plethora of EDMs, introduced in the fortnight following the bombings.

These demonstrated concern for the "minority communities", "ethnic minorities" "the Asian community", "asylum and immigration", "refugees", "refugee families" "Race Relations", "foreign students", "discrimination", "inclusiveness and diversity" and "the diverse and multicultural character of the UK".


One of these EDMs said this:

"This House is concerned at the proposal... to end the practice of granting indefinite leave to remain in the UK... it is a retrograde step since it reverses the policy of granting indefinite leave... without any evidence either that problems have arisen as a result of the current policy".

Do you get that?

"Without any evidence either that problems have arisen as a result of the current policy".

52 people were dead, seven hundred more lay terribly injured, and the hideously immoral, self-serving simpletons in Westminster were still insisting, less than a week after the bombings, that our asylum system is perfectly OK and shouldn't be amended in any way.

No matter how many people have to die we must not hurt the feelings of the immigrant under any circumstances, even if they are preaching hatred and mass murder in the mosques.


Another EDM said:

"This House... notes... the reports of over 100 separate racial attacks against members of the British Asian community since 7th July; and urges the Government to do everything in its power to ensure that those responsible are dealt with immediately so that nothing imperils the diverse and multicultural character of the UK."

Yep, we should definitely do everything in our power to catch those who call the non-white with the knapsack naughty names, all right!

We don't want such darling types rushing off back to Pakistan or Jamaica in tears, now do we? I mean, if they did, it might just "imperil the diverse and multicultural character of the UK!"


Another EDM said:

"This House fully supports the 120 vice-chancellors of UK universities in their objection to the plans to tighten visa rules for foreign students".

Yep, those foreign students bring a bit of dosh and intelligence into the country, don't they?

And the fact that they bring a lot of other stuff, which might not be quite so nice, well, who cares? It's only the racists and the Nazis who are bothered about bombs and diseases and rape and murder and ethnic cleansing anyway.


Another EDM said:

"This House... following the London bombings on 7th July, condemns all the subsequent attacks on minority communities... recalls and condemns the several attacks suffered... by minority communities following the New York atrocity of 11th September 2001; and so urges the Home Secretary, chief constables and local authorities to take very seriously... any such attacks".

Well, I don't disagree with this.

It's pretty obvious stuff. If someone behaves unpleasantly towards someone else, sort 'em out! That's what is supposed to happen. Why bother making a meal of it?

Instead of stating the bleeding obvious, you PC types who signed this EDM, why did you not bother to criticise those who had justdisintegrated 52 people whom they'd never even met?

Why didn't you have a go at them for once in your life?


Thing is folks, you might expect, at this time, when certain members of the immigrant community have expressed their hatred of the native population in the most extreme way possible, that the PC crowd might show a little compassion for us for a change.

You might imagine that some of those who signed these latter four EDMs might just have been tempted to sign the one that called "upon the Government to take action to prevent" the bad guys from returning to the UK and continuing "their business as free agents in society".

Well, one or two of them did but most did not.


Neil Gerrard, the New Labour MP for Wathamstow, for instance, did not.

He signed all four of the pro-immigrant EDMs cited above but he didn't think it fitting to sign the one that was just a little bit safety conscious and asked that those who had "left the UK to train in terrorist camps abroad" were preventedfrom "being able to return to the UK".

Only the ghastly, New Labour and old Tory PC bumwags, Alan Simpson and Peter Bottomley, did what Gerrard did in the wake of the 7/7 bombings.


For those of you who care about the terrible things our MPs are prepared to do, think and say on behalf of everyone else on the planet but us,here is a list of all those MPs who signed any of the last four EDMs quoted, who did not sign the first one.

The figure in brackets denotes the number of EDMs signed.

Conservative Party:

Peter Bottomley, (4) Peter Luff, (2) John Randall (1).

New Labour Party:

Diane Abbott, (2) Clive Betts, (1) David Borrow, (2) Richard Burden, (2) Martin Caton, (3) Michael Clapham, (3) David Clelland, (1) Harry Cohen, (1) Jeremy Corbyn, (3) Jon Cruddas, (1) David Drew, (2) Clive Efford, (3) Louise Ellman, (1) Helen Goodman, (1) Neil Gerrard, (4) David Hamilton, (1) David Heyes, (1) Jimmy Hood, (1) Eric Illsley, (1) Glenda Jackson, (3) Piara Khabra, (1) Sadiq Khan, (1) Mark Lazarowicz, (1) David Lepper, (1) Tony Lloyd, (1) Andrew Love, (2) Khalid Mahmood, (1) Shahid Malik, (1) Rob Marris, (3) Robert Marshall Andrews, (1) Chris McCafferty, (2) Ann McKechin, (1) John McDonnell, (3) Alan Meale, (1) Julie Morgan, (3) Sandra Osborne, (1) Greg Pope, (1) Joan Ruddock, (3) Mohammed Sarwar, (1) Alan Simpson, (4) John P Smith, (2) Peter Soulsby, (2) Desmond Turner, (1) Keith Vaz, (2) Betty Williams. (2)

Liberal Democrats:

John Barrett, (1) Tom Brake, (2) Annette Brooke, (3) Vincent Cable, (3) Sandra Gidley, (2) Nick Harvey, (2) Paul Holmes, (3) David Howarth, (1) Simon Hughes, (2) John Leech, (3) Greg Mulholland, (1) Paul Rowen, (1) Andrew Stunell, (3) Jo Swinson, (1) Sarah Teather, (3) Mark Williams, (1) Stephen Williams. (2)

Social Democratic and Labour Party:

Mark Durcan. (2)

Plaid Cymru:

Elfyn Llwyd, Hywel Williams. (2)

Respect:

George Galloway. (1)

Scottish National Party:

Mike Weir. (1)

Ulster Unionist Party:

Sylvia Hermon. (1)


To reiterate:

Neil Gerrard, Alan Simpson and Peter Bottomley were quite happy to sign all four immigrant-fondling EDMs that were introduced in the wake of the mass murder that took place in London on 7/7.

And yet, they were not moved to sign an EDM which might have made it a bit more difficult for those who had "left the UK to train in terrorist camps" to get back into the UK.


I say these creeps are traitors to their tribe.

What do you say?








On the 19th of January, 2005, Ramzi Isalam, a gay asylum seeker from Algeria, said this in QX magazine.
"Gay sex is illegal in Algeria; punishable by two years imprisonment. I now face up to five years jail for evading the draft. I refused military service because gay recruits often get queer-bashed and gang-banged. In Algerian civilian and military prisons, homophobic torture and rape are commonplace. I don’t want to suffer that fate…

I could now face deportation to Algeria. I live every day fearing arrest and forcible repatriation. If I was sent back, I could be jailed and tortured by the Algerian government, or be hunted down and murdered by homophobic Islamists.

My struggle for freedom as a Muslim gay man began a long time ago. In February 1994, at the beach, one of my gay friends was shot dead by Islamic fundamentalists of the Groupe Islamique Arme.

In May 1996, the GIA bombed my street. Many people were killed. I was cut by flying glass. Our house was destroyed. I lost everything.

At the time, one of my gay friends, a neighbour, was snatched from his house by the GIA. We never saw him again. Local people praised the fundamentalists for 'purifying' society and getting rid of 'rubbish and perversion'... It is a horrible feeling to live in a society where you have no place and where people like you are being killed without arousing any sympathy within your community.

Three years later, the GIA posted notices around my area, saying homosexuals would be killed. In 2000, many gay friends left Algeria, as they feared for their safety. This made me very scared. I, too, began to think of leaving.

The following year, I witnessed the stoning of two young men suspected of being gay. A neighbour started to beat them, and other neighbours joined in, pelting them with stones… I was very disturbed by this incident, as I knew it could easily have been me.

In February, 2002, I heard about the police raiding a private gay party, after a neighbour’s complaint. All the gays were arrested. Two were raped while in police custody. The others were severely beaten.

Later that year, I resumed a secret relationship with an ex-boyfriend. Since we lived with our families, the only place we could have sex was on a nearby building site. One night, we were discovered by a GIA terrorist. He produced a gun and threatened me, saying you 'sexual deviants' should be killed. I ran off. Luckily, I was near a police station; otherwise he probably would have shot me. But I could not go to the police because, as a gay man, the police do not protect 'sodomites'...

I realised I was in serious danger from the Islamists. I also knew my military exemption was due to expire, and I would be forced to join the army, where gay conscripts suffer violent and sexual abuse.

In January 2003 the Military Police came to my house. They told my father I had to go to their headquarters, collect my papers, and join the army…

I heard Algerians were being granted asylum in Britain. So I flew to Heathrow on the 9 February 2003 and applied for asylum.

I thought I would be greeted with sympathy and understanding. Instead, I was fingerprinted and photographed, like a common criminal. Since then, the Home Office has twice turned down my asylum claim. I feel betrayed and fearful.

Nevertheless, I am also enjoying the pleasure and relief of living openly as a gay man. For the first time in my life I have gained self-confidence and self esteem. This would have been impossible if I had remained in Algeria. There are no gay organisations or support groups. Gay people have no protection from arrest, torture and murder."

So, a gay,Algeriandeserter who doesn't want to fight for his country, then.


At the OutRage! website, the article cited above was big news and the OutRage! crowd said this:
"OutRage! is appealing for funds to help Ramzi and other gay asylum seekers: Please make cheques payable to OutRage! and send with a cover note marked Gay Asylum Campaign to: OutRage!"


OutRage!
is the organisation which "outs" homosexuals who wish to keep their homosexuality secret and, as a general rule, campaigns aggressively for any and all homosexual issues and against those who take issue with their point of view.
Peter Tatchell, the Australian homosexual, is the head of this organisation.
In 1983, a youthful Tatchell was chosen by an aggressively PC Labour Party to stand as their candidate in the by-election for the safe Labour seat of Southwark.
The constituents of Southwark didn’t like this strident, heterophobic foreigner instructing them how to be, think and do, however,and they voted for someone else.


23 years later, the hypocrisy and dishonesty of the professional, "bleeding-heart" politician would be evidenced for all to see when the President of the Liberal Democrats, Simon Hughes, who won the Southwark seat from the gay Australian in 1983, was outed himself.


As late as 2005, one of the most soft-faced, pro-immigrant, pro-colour, pro-gay, anti-nationalist PC MPs in parliament was still lying to the media about his preference for all things anal.

A few days before Hughes was done over by the media, another candidate for the leadership of the Lib Dems, Mark Oaten, had been exposed as a frequenter of rent-boys.

Oaten bowed out of the leadership race as soon as his prediliction for such activity became known.


On the 2nd of February, 2006, the BBC reported thus:

"Mr Oaten told the Hampshire Chronicle:

'I think my priority in the next week is my family - my wife Belinda and the children - and really to focus very much on them, and also Winchester, my constituency.' He added that...

'I'm very sorry for the things I've done wrong so I've got regrets, of course'...

If I've learnt nothing else in the last 10 days, it's that my personal life and my family life is the most important thing and I regret not getting the balance right over the last four years as I should have from time to time.'
Last week Simon Hughes, the party's president and leadership contender, said Mr Oaten still had a future in Parliament."

This was before Hugheswas, himself,dragged out of the closet.

The BBC article continues:

"Mr Hughes said:

'He's stood down from the front bench - that is the price he's paid. I don't think it follows that you stand down as an MP'...
Mr Hughes said he hoped people would understand and forgive Mr Oaten."


In 1983, the Liberal spin doctors had re-designed sweet, little Simon Softie, lover of bum and all things politically correct, as one of us, a rough, tough working man's champion and the rough, tough working men of Southwark voted for him rather than Tatchell.

At the time, an outraged Tatchell had blamed his defeat on the unreconstructed working-class dinosaurs of Southwark who were not prepared to kiss his fairy bot.

Whereas, he should have been aiming his acid drops at an unscrupulous, young, slithery-up-the-greasy-pole merchant who decided that it would be wiser to keep HIS sexual orientation under wraps.

The Southwark voter, however, had not rejected Tatchell because there was a bovver boy who was a bit like them on offer. Nor did they reject him just because he was a screeching deviant from the other side of the planet.

He didn't get sent to Westminster because he was a nasty, priggish, jumped-up, self-serving little misfit and it showed.


Fourteen years later, the all-inclusive New Labour government of Tony Blair couldn't see too much wrong with the odd self-serving puff and Tatchell was recruited as a legal advisor.

He was, at this time, campaigning with OutRage!, for a lowering of the age at which blokes like him could do what they wanted to our children.

The campaign paid off in New Labour’s first term, when the government saw to it that the legal age of "consent" regarding homosexual sex was lowered to sixteen.


On the 27th of June, 1998, whilst Tatchell the Tony Crony was a trusted New Labour counsellor, he was quoted thus in The Guardian:

"Several of my friends... had sex with adults from the ages of 9 to 13... It is time society acknowledged the truth that not all sex involving children is unwanted, abusive and harmful".


In September, 1998, Tatchell also stated his desire to have a central London Square be designated as a law-free zone for homosexual activity.

He said that the public did not have watch and could use other squares if such activity offended them.


In June, 2005, Tatchell, who "has been arrested hundreds of times" was honoured by the Gay Police Association.

The Chairman of the Gay Police Association, Paul Cahill, said:

"His principles are very are very similar to our own".


I just bet they are, Cahill, old cock.

I just bet they are.


Be in no doubt, ladies and gentlemen, if Peter Tatchell and the high-ranking parliamentary fairies of New Labour and the Liberals had their way, every ladyboy living in Africa, Asia and everywhere else on the planet for that matter, would have an absolute right to come and live here if they felt like it.

And anyone who disagreed with such a prospect, in the perfectly perverse world of Tatchell, Hughes, Oaten and co., would probably be "betrayed, hunted down, snatched from his house, arrested, purified, severely beaten, pelted with stones, raped in police custody, gang-banged, tortured, murdered, killed and shot dead."


Which is something that is never, now, going to happen to a chap called Ramzi.


Because your average Algerian Muslim, "enjoying the pleasure and relief of living openly as a gay man" in this country, unquestionably, has more rights and privileges than we do.


3 years and 4 months after he first arrived here Ramzi Isalam is still here and Peter Tatchell is still campaigning on his behalf.

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