Monday, 23 June 2014

Multi-culturalism is responsible for terror in our midst

But by far the worst error has been the state's addiction to immigration and multiculturalism. Domestic jihadism is the direct creation of a political class obsessed with open borders and the transformation of our society's structure. Thanks to these two strategies, the Muslim population of Britain has now reached almost three million, while one in 10 British children under the age of four is Muslim. The pro-immigration brigade tells us that this is no problem, since the "vast majority" of Muslims are moderate. But that is more self-deceit at odds with the evidence. One independent survey showed that 40 per cent of Muslims here want to live under Sharia law; another revealed that 32 per cent of Muslim students at university felt killing in the name of religion is justified.
Such attitudes have been reinforced by the state's fixation with cultural diversity which, instead of promoting integration, encourages migrant groups to cling to their traditional customs, practices, even languages. That is how we have ended up with Muslim enclaves dominated by the burkha, sharia tribunals, forced marriages, and ballot box fraud. Nor do the mosques do much to promote social cohesion. A recent study found that, out of Britain's 1,700 mosques, just two follow a modernist interpretation of the Koran, while a quarter do not even allow women on the premises.
And the truth is that Islamic extremists have contempt for our society. Their allegiance is entirely to their hardline doctrine, not to this country.
INDEED, it is absurd to describe them as "British" at all, for they have complete disdain for the normal responsibilities of British citizenship.
They are interested only in exploiting us, whether it be through welfare or education or housing or legal aid."

Blair under growing pressure to stand down as Middle East peace envoy after diplomats demand his removal

Daily Mail
Mr Blunt said: ‘It's time to end Tony Blair's personal calvary as quartet envoy following his disastrous statesmanship in office on the Middle East. His role as envoy was neutered politically almost as soon as it began, and is now a distraction from the increasingly desperate need for a comprehensive peace deal.’
The letter adds to growing calls for Mr Blair to stand down. Last week former foreign secretary Lord Owen criticised Mr Blair for his claims that the 2003 invasion was not a factor in the current unrest in Iraq.
‘Tony Blair should no longer be allowed to speak for the EU on the Middle East and someone else found for helping Palestine without his past record and crusading messianic fervour,’ he said."

Saturday, 21 June 2014

Note to Hilary Clinton..... about Julia Gillard

Labor admits: Gillard was on track to win just 40 of 150 seats (Andrew Bolt,Herald Sun)

A Labor report admits Julia Gillard was on her way to utterly destroying Labor when she was replaced by Kevin Rudd. But Gillard loyalists couldn’t accept the switch and helped cripple Labor’s campaign:  ...."

Half a million EU passports given away to eastern Europeans by Hungary which allow them to live in Britain

Daily Mail
A little-known loophole has enabled half a million people from some of eastern Europe’s poorest countries to obtain Hungarian citizenship and, as a consequence, a European Union passport.
A law introduced in 2011 has allowed an extra 550,000 non-EU residents to apply for Hungarian nationality and, with it, the right to live anywhere in Europe – including Britain.
The ‘passport giveaway’ was intended to enable people whose ancestors lived in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire to claim citizenship.
But the system has also attracted applicants who admit they have little emotional attachment to Hungary and only tenuous ancestry.
For some people in eastern Europe’s poverty-stricken nations, the scheme presents a chance to escape to wealthier countries such as Britain, Germany and Switzerland.
Yesterday a report by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, John Vine, said the ‘European citizenship route’ was becoming ‘an increasingly important way into the UK for those whose origins lie outside the EEA (European Economic Area)’.  
His report looked at more than 100 sample cases from the Home Office between April and September last year. It found that more than a third of Western European nationals applying for citizenship for their partner were born outside the EU.  
The Hungarian passport giveaway is just one route. In neighbouring Serbia alone, 112,000 new passports were issued between 2011 and the end of March this year."

Outlawed: The 'spy' cars that automatically issue parking fines totalling £300million after protest by privacy campaigners

Daily Mail
  • Ministers will announce CCTV cameras issuing parking fines will be illegal
  • Such cameras have issued 10 million fines totalling more than £300million
  • Councils insist that cameras keep the road safe, especially near schools
  • But critics say they are used in an overzealous way by greedy authorities

  • Thursday, 19 June 2014

    What We Can Learn From The White House

    Real Science
    President Obama is teaching us that there are enough laws currently on the books to make all activities illegal by executive order, and enough judicial precedent to effectively nullify each individual section of the Bill of Rights.
    In other words, all three branches of government are completely corrupted, and actively working together to destroy freedom in the US."

    Monday, 16 June 2014

    Blair's bizarre claims - and the reality: One of Britain's most distinguished generals says former Prime Minister is in 'complete denial' over Iraq

    Daily Mail
    Anyone who doubts Tony Blair's self-delusion over Iraq should look at the 2,800-word essay he has posted on his website in defence of his decision to go to war.
    He remains in complete denial over the disaster he inflicted not only on the people of Iraq, but also on many millions throughout the Middle East as a result of the 2003 invasion.
    It goes without saying that if you start a war, you should be sure that the end result will be demonstrably better than the situation prior to the conflict.
    Only someone who has lost touch with reality could possibly claim Iraq today is more stable or that life has become better for its inhabitants.
    Blair accepts not a shred of responsibility and still refuses to apologise for taking us to war. So let us examine what he says point by point – and show his false logic for what it is."

    The slaughter that shames Tony Blair: Outcry from all sides over former prime minister's 'Crusader' call for a new blitz on Iraq as the country descends into a bloodbath

    Daily Mail
    Iraq descended to new depths of savagery yesterday – as Tony Blair washed his hands of all blame for the bloodshed.
    With Islamist jihadists now in control of large areas of the country, appalling pictures emerged showing the mass execution of government soldiers by masked fanatics.
    Dozens of terrified men in civilian clothes lie in a shallow ditch before being executed in cold blood by Islamist extremists.
    The Iraqi Army deserters, some wearing football shirts, were taken to scrubland where they faced a firing squad of Al Qaeda-inspired insurgents.
    But, to derision from Left and Right, Mr Blair insisted that the sectarian violence tearing the country apart had nothing to do with his own actions in supporting the 2003 invasion of Iraq."

    Thursday, 5 June 2014

    Another shabby day for the marshmallow President: As his Taliban hostage swap sours, why Obama is a pygmy compared with the wartime leader Roosevelt

    Daily Mail
    But Obama today finds himself being compared - and not always by Republican enemies - with that most pitiful of modern presidents, Jimmy Carter, the man who presided over the humiliation of the Tehran Embassy hostage drama; remembered for the symbolic photograph of himself falling on his face while out jogging.
    Maybe this week’s image of Obama alongside Bob Bergdahl, father of the newly-liberated Taliban hostage and one of the most obvious fruitcakes ever to sport an Old Testament prophet’s beard, will end up on the same page of history.
    Whoever let the president get photographed in such company?
    The judgment of the Leader of the Free World looks terrible. He has 30 months left to serve in office, but unless some amazing lightning stroke descends on him, Obama’s presidency seems set to end in failure.
    Precisely because he is America’s first black chief executive, the man on whom such huge hopes rested five years ago, this makes his plight today all the more wretched."

    Obama ignored chances to rescue Bergdahl on the ground because he WANTED a terror trade to help close down Guantanamo Bay, claim Pentagon sources

    Daily Mail
  • 'The president wanted a diplomatic scenario that would establish a precedent for repatriating detainees from Gitmo,' a Pentagon official says
  • He described a conversation with a State Department liaison who said 'the president isn't going to leave office with Gitmo intact, and this was the best opportunity to see that through'
  • Obama has promised to close down the Guantanamo Bay detention camp since 2008 and tried to order it shuttered on his first day in office
  • The White House hurried its decision-making about retrieving Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, leaving intelligence officials too little time to assess how damaging it would be to release five Taliban leaders in exchange for him
  • Military commanders, meanwhile, were unwilling to mount a dangerous rescue operation to save a presumed U.S. Army deserter
  • The result, sources say, was the perfect storm as Obama aims to be rid of 'Gitmo' before he leaves office in 2017

  • Obama makes 'absolutely no apologies' for Bergdahl terror trade and dismisses anger as controversy 'whipped up' in Washington

    Daily Mail
  • Obama appeared in Brussels alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron during a G7 meeting in Brussels
  • He insisted that 'we had a prisoner of war whose health had deteriorated,' despite a fit-looking Bergdahl who appeared in a Taliban video during Saturday's hostage hand-over
  • Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday that giving Congress 30 days' notice, as federal law requires, 'would have seriously imperiled us ever getting him out'
  • Hagel said the decision to swap five Taliban leaders for Bergdahl was 'unanimous' inside the West Wing of the White House
  • The president dismissed a swarm of objections from Congress as 'par for the course' when he makes tough decisions
  • Sen. Ted Cruz says he will introduce a bill ordering the halt of all detainee deportations from the Guantanamo Bay prison camp

  • 'Drugged but not near death': Senators shown Bowe Bergdahl video that 'forced Obama to act' leave unconvinced that Taliban terror trade had to take place

    Daily Mail
  • Senators shown a video sent to the US by the Taliban in January that administration says forced them to override intelligence concerns and swap Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban detainees in Guantanamo
  • Claims to show Bergdahl in ill health and it was feared he would die
  • But lawmakers at secret meeting last night who were shown the video left unconvinced that it showed him on the verge of death
  • Senators said he 'did not look good' but not near death
  • Lawmakers outraged they were not consulted - a law signed by Obama six months ago says President must give them 30 days notice before a prisoner is freed from Guantanamo
  • Defense Sec Chuck Hagel today said the decision to release Bergdahl was 'unanimous' within the White House

  • Wednesday, 4 June 2014

    UK dream ending for undocumented migrants

    Nearly two years ago, Singh decided he wanted to go home. He walked into the offices of the UK Border Agency to provide his fingerprints and begin his application for a process known as Assisted Voluntary Return or AVR.
    The scheme was touted as a quick-fix solution for getting rid of unwanted immigrants, whereby applicants sign a form, are issued travel documents and sent home on flights bought for them by the Home Office.
    Twenty months later, Singh is still waiting to find out when he will become eligible to return. Meanwhile, he sleeps alongside three others, beneath shopping trolleys, in the car park of a supermarket.
    Like hundreds of other migrants, he destroyed his passport in the belief it would make it harder for authorities to forcefully deport him. "I am stuck here," the 54 year-old says. "If only I had my passport I would sleep at the airport until they let me go home."
    The hardship and desperation of sleeping on cold cement have left him helpless and confused. "If all the seats on my plane home are full I don’t mind, I will stand on the plane all the way home."
    "Bhupinder is not alone. There are many, many others who also hope to return home but cannot," said Rita Chadha of RAMFEL, the Refugee and Migrants Association of East London."

    Taliban release deal reveals Obama as weak

    Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun (Australia)
    ....Everything about this swap flagged a US surrender. Next to the President on the weekend stood Bergdahl’s pony-tailed father, Robert, who’d grown an Islamic-style beard since his son was captured. In front of the cameras he gave a Muslim blessing in Arabic: “In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.” He then spoke in Pashto, the language of his son’s captors.
    Later, Robert Bergdahl even sent a tweet promising the Taliban: “I am still working to free all Guantanamo prisoners. God will repay for the death over every Afghan child, ameen!”
    Not surprisingly, Taliban leader Mullah Omar hailed the deal as a “big victory”, but for the US it was a propaganda disaster. So, having weakened the US militarily and diplomatically in his six feckless years, what else can Obama do?
    Well, he’s since announced he’ll force US power stations to cut emissions by a third to “stop” a global warming that actually paused 16 years ago. So he’ll weaken the US economically, too.
    Bergdahl’s release is the ultimate symbol of Obama’s presidency."

    Democrat Law Professor: Because of Obama’s lawlessness what is emerging is an imperial presidency

    The Right Scoop
    We’ve been hearing Mark Levin say for years now that Obama acts like an imperial president. Now, even Democrat Law Professor, Jonathan Turley, is making a similar case, arguing that because the executive branch has become so dominant (read ‘lawless’) that an imperial, uber presidency is emerging."

    Bergdahl, Obama, Rice and lies told to the American people

    Fox News
    Apart from Bergdahl’s family, it’s hard to imagine much support for releasing terrorist leaders during the war in exchange for a soldier who deserted or was a traitor."

    Boehner: Lawmakers briefed on Bergdahl trade 2 years ago, had 'serious' concerns

    Fox News
    House Speaker John Boehner and others provided new details Tuesday about the prior deliberations, and voiced grave concern that the administration charged ahead with the prisoner swap over the weekend without Congress' approval.
    Boehner, who called for hearings on the decision, said the administration "never satisfactorily answered" lawmakers' questions and concerns that surfaced from the beginning about the proposed trade. Further, Boehner alleged that the only reason the administration failed to notify Congress is "the administration knew it faced serious and sober bipartisan concern and opposition."
    "The administration has invited serious questions into how this exchange went down," Boehner said in a statement.
    The details emerge as the Obama administration tries to cool a growing bipartisan storm on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers from both parties are voicing frustration that the White House and Pentagon did not adhere to a 2013 law requiring a 30-day notice for any transfer of Guantanamo inmates, before freeing five senior Taliban leaders. "

    The trade that turned toxic for Obama: Taliban twist the knife with propaganda video of moment fighters waving white-flag-on-a-stick handed 'deserter' Bowe Bergdahl over to Black Hawk special forces

    Daily Mail
    • Video shows Bergdahl clean shaven in a white pickup truck and surrounded by armed guards before handover to Navy Seals
    • In the video he appears well and is able to walk unaided - despite U.S. officials' claims that his health was a major concern that led to the trade
    • Fellow soldiers have spoken of their surprise at the POW's healthy appearance
    • A former Navy SEAL and hostage expert told MailOnline: 'He appears as healthy was when he was captured'
    • US government was sent videos around Christmas showing Bergdahl to be in a bad state
    • But analysts have now questioned whether Washington was duped into making the trade by lies over Bergdahl's health
    • Video also shows footage of five detainees arriving in Qatar after release
    • Fellow soldiers have claimed Bergdahl deserted his post in 2009
    • Top military officer has said Army might still investigate Bergdahl, the results of which could lead to desertion or other charges

    My Theory About Obama’s Terrorist Release

    Steven Goddard
    Obama is always looking for ways to further weaken the other branches of government, so he seeks out sympathetic causes which he can use as an excuse to break the law. He got very sloppy this time, and didn’t realize that this particular breach of the law isn’t popular with anyone.
    Now he is apologizing in hopes of avoiding impeachment.

    Monday, 2 June 2014

    Obama swaps five dangerous Talibani for a soldier who wouldn’t fight

    Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun (Australia)

    “These people need help, yet what they get is the most conceited country in the world telling them that they are nothing and that they are stupid,” he wrote in an email to his parents on June 27, 2009.
    Three days later, according to Rolling Stone, the 23-year-old soldier simply walked off his base in Patika province, carrying a knife, his diary and a small camera.
    He was captured almost immediately… A Pakistani militant commander told AFP that Sgt Bergdahl ... helped with the cooking and became fluent in the Afghan languages of Pashto and Dari…
    The Taliban’s demands were high: they would exchange one low-ranking US soldier for five senior Afghan fighters being held at Guantánamo Bay.
    This week, Mr Obama agreed....
    Republicans, meanwhile, have erupted in anger over the White House’s decision to release the Guantánamo detainees in secret and without informing Congress…
    Senator John McCain, himself a former prisoner of war in Vietnam, also raised concerns over whether the tiny state of Qatar could prevent the former prisoners from again threatening the US.

    These are the hardest of the hardcore, these are the highest of the high risk people,” Mr McCain said.