Friday, 24 May 2013

‘Kill’ And ‘Hate’ Banned From The English Language – So No One Can Talk About The Koran

Lee RigbyAS A JOURNALIST I have seen some of my stories spiked, or heavily edited, because of ‘the national interest’ – and, by and large, I have always reluctantly agreed to the decision. I was once engaged in enforcing such arrangements, and working in an environment where secrecy was vital, so I am, perhaps, predisposed to allowing the government to have its way on such issues.

But not this time. The beheading of Lee Rigby, on British soil, was a direct result of the incompetence of the British Government – and now our politicians seek to spin us a tale of practising moderate Muslims and some kind of ‘Islamism’ that is opposed to Islam and the teachings of the Koran.

The Press is being muzzled; the ever compliant BBC is engaged in heavy-handed editing and the combined establishment machine has set itself against the people.

There is no ‘Islamism;’ there is just one Koran – and its adherents are taught to kill Jews, Christians, and all non-believers (no matter who or where they are).

I have some knowledge of PsyOps, conducted against the IRA during the Northern Ireland Campaign; but the British establishment are now deploying those same techniques against our country’s indigenous population.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Religion, The Political Left, Cults, And ‘Common Purpose’

common-purpose-octupusJUST BEFORE I PACK MY BAGS and indulge myself in a hard earned rest, it occurs to me that I should take the time to throw some light upon the threat to free-thinking that religions, the political left, cults, and secret organisations (exemplified by Common Purpose) pose to democracy.

I have often bemoaned our current education system for not teaching our children how to think; but, instead, teaching our youngsters what to believe. A healthy mind, and a healthy society, is only possible if all our children are taught to be sceptical of anyone purporting to ‘know’ anything; because, whatever the material, it will inevitably be coloured by its proponent’s motives and personal beliefs.

Saturday, 4 May 2013

They Still Don’t Get It, Do They?

Party LeadersWHO CANNOT ADMIT to being mesmerized by their TV and computer screens, yesterday afternoon, as the English local election results were hesitantly declared to bemused establishment representatives – by an equally bemused and astonished media?

Forget, for one moment, that the huge surge in support for the UKIP party more than tripled the most optimistic forecasts for them to gain 40 seats, the fact is that there has never been an occasion when all parties have registered less than 30% of the total vote.


Of the total votes cast in the local elections: Labour received 29%, Conservatives 25%, UKIP 23%, and Lib Dems 14%. However, we should also remember that UKIP only fought some 75% of the available seats – had it fought all, its percentage share would have been even higher.