Saturday, 14 April 2012

The Devil walks in Oxford

Pure evil, I am at a loss of how to express my feelings - words do not seem to do the evil justice, not only that but for a country to allow that to happen to its own children - what do you call that.

Oxford child sex trafficking probe widens as number of
‘victims’ doubles to 50 girls, some as young as 11
The number of alleged victims has increased from 24 to as many as 50 as more young girls come forward
A total of 13 men arrested after raids as part of Operation Bullfinch
Charges include trafficking, grooming, and rape of girls between the age of 11 and 16
(please see casuals united blog)

Liberalism destroys (a poem)

Liberalism destroyed CofE
Please do not let it destroy GB

Thursday, 12 April 2012

Ethnic Doctors kill English child (Harry Connolly)

RIP Harry Connolly, we will nt forget you, we will not forget Baby Peter. God bless. Killed (in part) by immigration, multicult and Political correctness.

April 26: Harry was first referred to Northampton General Hospital (NGH) by his GP after his parents had become worried that he had been suffering from diarrhoea for four days. He was examined by Dr Farhana Shamim, who assessed he was not dehydrated but recommended that he be given Dioralyte, to boost his salt and sugar levels.

April 27: Harry was discharged at 10.30am after being examined by Dr Ayevbekpen Omorgie who said the parents could have a ‘48-hour open access’ to the ward which would fast-track them back without needing to go through the admittance process.

April 28: At 3.30pm, Harry was readmitted to hospital after his condition deteriorated. Harry was examined by Dr Tasnim Arif who said she did not believe he was dehydrated and recommended that he be given more Dioralyte.

Harry was not re-weighed and no blood test was carried out. At 5.41pm, Dr Arif discharged Harry and his parents were again told they had ‘open access’ to the ward.

April 29: Harry appears ‘lifeless’. Harry’s grandmother, Val Faulkner, rang NGH and was told by a nurse they should take the toddler to their GP or accident and emergency. The nurse could not find Harry’s notes or paperwork which showed he had ‘48-hour access’ to the ward. This information would have been available if the electronic notes had been checked.

After phoning the GP out-of-hours service, the family spoke to Dr Mary McCracken who said they should bring him in to the out-of-hours service as he may be suffering from dehydration. At Nenedoc Harry was examined by Dr Aboo Thamby who assessed that he was not dehydrated and did not need to be re-admitted to NGH. Dr Thamby advised the parents to try to get Harry to eat some rice or yoghurt.

April 30: Harry’s parents reported that he was 'brighter' but his fingers and toes were very cold.

May 1: At 4am Harry was found dead in his bed by his father

Read more:

Doctors - Dr Farhana Shamim,Dr Ayevbekpen Omorgie, Dr Tasnim Arif, Dr Aboo Thamby - MURDERERS

If politics is the new ‘RnR’ – who are the EDL

I was thinking this to myself earlier (simple minds and all that) – Sex Pistols, seems most suitable – but they did crash and burn after great success – so no.

Black Sabbath – noisy, brash and full of vigor – good shout – but a bit too metal.

Rolling Stones – rock n roll – but too art school

ZZ top – Too American, and 2 beards.

Anyway – my choice is Oasis – working class lads, self taught, talented, in yer face, but with heart and soul.

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

What to say to a muslim extremist at a mosque

Radio 2 (Jeremy Vine show) today were discussing the extradition of muslim ‘extremists’ to the states. The last word went to a muslim caller (ofcourse).

He said he had no problem with Abu Hamza being extradited, but there was no evidence against Baba Ahmad, and what could he say to an extremist at his local mosque.

Oh – how about ‘please stop planning and inciting people to kill innocent civilians’ for a start. Just an idea. I know its a bit wacky, but, could be worth a go.

Sunday, 8 April 2012

Facists, Nazis - what does it mean.

1. often Fascism
a. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.
b. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.
2. Oppressive, dictatorial control.

Acceptable Police racism

A Metropolitan Police officer accused of striking a woman with a metal baton at a G20 protest has been cleared.

Sgt Delroy Smellie denied common assault on Nicola Fisher, 36, of Brighton, during the protest in Exchange Square, London, in April 2009.

The officer told City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court he feared objects in her hand were weapons.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said Sgt Smellie could still face police disciplinary action.

Prosecution ‘failed’

District Judge Daphne Wickham found no evidence had been provided to show use of the baton was not measured or correct.

She said: “It was for the prosecution to prove this defendant was not acting in lawful self-defence.

“The prosecution has failed in this respect and the defendant has raised the issue of lawful self-defence and as such is entitled to be acquitted.”

BBC report