Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Damian Green inquiry is another example of the police's 'arrest first and look for evidence later' policy

Daily Mail
Met Commissioner Cressida Dick has condemned the rogue ex-cops attempting to destroy the career of Conservative Damian Green.
She said in no uncertain terms that former Scotland Yard assistant commissioner Bob Quick and a retired detective called Neil Lewis were ‘wrong’ to reveal publicly that pornographic images had been found on Green’s computer.
Dick also confirmed that the Yard was investigating whether either of these ex-police officers has broken the law.  .........It’s easy to forget how Britain was transformed into a virtual one-party state during the Tony Blair/Gordon Brown years — aided and abetted by the highly political former Met Commissioner Ian Blair, who effectively turned the police into the paramilitary wing of New Labour. ......The story took another twist yesterday when Eleanor Laing, deputy speaker of the Commons, said that pornographic images had mysteriously found their way on to her official computer ‘every day’ before 2010.
Sounds plausible. It’s not difficult to infect computers with viruses and malware by remote control over the internet. Just look at some of the junk which turns up in your inbox every five minutes."

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Britain First: a monster of the left’s own making

Friday, 10 November 2017

A man is dead. Are the witch-hunters happy now?

Brendan O'Neill
 But we do know this: Sargeant had been plunged into despair by accusations made against him as part of the increasingly febrile, nasty ‘Pestminster’ witch-hunt. And we know that the accusations did not merit police involvement – that is, they involved fairly mild behaviour, or ‘unwanted attention, inappropriate touching or groping’, in the words of internal Labour correspondence revealed by Sargeant’s distraught and angry family this morning. It is becoming difficult to avoid the possibility that Sargeant is a victim of the finger-pointing, due-process-demeaning cult of accusation swirling around the political sphere right now; that he was a working-class politician destroyed by middle-class hysteria.  .................The sexual-harassment hysteria is innately hostile to and even destructive of the idea of natural justice. Accusation has become enough to establish guilt. Witness the falling on to swords of MPs who have been merely accused, and accused of the most mundane kinds of behaviour, of things only the most prudish and immature of minds could consider crimes or misdemeanours. Kate Maltby complaining that Damian Green touched her knee, Jane Merrick saying Michael Fallon tried to kiss her. These pathetic accusations by actual adults have contributed to a climate in which even advances are reimagined as ‘sexual predation’ and anyone who once sent a saucy text or told an off-colour joke is instantly branded a pervert, a misogynist, on a spectrum with rapists, and unfit for public life. This is the Kafkaesque hell in which Sargeant found himself: where he didn’t know what he was accused of, but everyone felt pretty sure he was a ‘predator’, like all those other evil men."

Trump’s America is doing better than it seems


"Contrary to dire predictions, Trump hasn’t started a shooting war or a trade one, although it’s a pity that the Trans Pacific Partnership is dead for now. There are no punitive tariffs on China. There has been no pre-emptive strike on North Korea. Both his diplomacy and his more assertive military posture seem to be working against Middle Eastern jihadis. Perhaps this is the restraining influence of the retired combat generals who are now his closest official advisers. Or perhaps he was always a shrewder man than the critics would allow."

Friday, 29 September 2017

German Election: Merkel's Pyrrhic Victory "Ms. Merkel is in effect a lame duck."

Gatestone Institute.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has won a fourth term in office, but the real winner of the German election on September 24 was the Alternative for Germany, an upstart party that harnessed widespread anger over Merkel's decision to allow into the country more than a million mostly Muslim migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Preliminary election results show that Merkel's center-right CDU/CSU alliance won around 33% of the vote, its worst electoral result in nearly 70 years. Merkel's main challenger, Martin Schulz and his center-left SPD, won 20.5%, the party's worst-ever showing.
The nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) won around 13% to become the country's third-largest party, followed by the classical liberal Free Democrats (FDP) with 10.7%, the far-left Linke party with 9.2% and the environmentalist Greens with 8.9%.
"With only 33%, Merkel has not only achieved the worst result of all the campaigns she has led, but also the second-worst in the party's history," wrote Die Zeit."

Monday, 8 May 2017

Macron may have won by a landslide but in the resigned Paris I visited last night it didn’t feel like many people were celebrating a triumph for the globalists

Daily Mail
A full ten percent of France are unemployed under labour laws created by Macron to deliver growth. The migrant camps are overwhelming, and many are not so quick to forget the slaughter at the Bataclan or the horror of the terrorist truck on Bastille day, or the recent shooting of the policeman on the Champs Elyse .
I absolutely accept Macron won this election. He took 20.6million votes.
But it is an illusion to imagine 20.6 million voted for Macron. Many voted against Le Pen. Others pledged support with noses held.
There is only Macron and the movement he invented. The legislative elections are in one month and at present he doesn't have a single representative.
And Le Pen is gaining hard - she won 10.7million votes. (How much longer can the press call a party with 11 million votes 'extreme?')
In truth, she actually came third. 12 million voters abstained and another 4.2 million did not mark their ballot or spoiled their paper - refusing to vote for either candidate.
Macron's biggest rivals are a right-wing woman with a solid core of 11 million ardent supporters and over 16 million people who believe in democracy but would rather not vote at all than give Macron a mandate to lead.
He says he is about unity? He has his work cut out. "

Sunday, 26 February 2017

The point at which the grownups have to step in.

But when you see brutality, barbarity and a raucous chorus of open the city gates and welcome the barbarians into our midst, you have to step in. Sweden has already fallen to an invited in rape culture, Germany looks to be tottering on the brink of going the same way. Mainland Europe is in a war. All the red flares are going up into the night sky and being ignored, but as usual it’s the hardy natives offshore of the whole invasion who’re making a stand.
A president more concerned about transgender toilets in the schools we entrust our children to than any real problems. An establishment rush to grovel down before a minority religion that says it’s okay to beat women and mutilate the sex organs of girls before they’ve even reached puberty so only a man can enjoy an orgasm during the act of sex. I don’t care what particular religion it is, it’s wrong. Wrong is wrong.
Bending the knee to cultures that haven’t moved an inch in six centuries while in the meantime we’ve put men on the moon and are now looking at Mars. Forbidding people to show signs of their Christian faith while bending over backwards to accommodate barbaric rituals and mores that properly belong in the middle ages. Even the mother church in Rome represented by a shameful apologist arsehole has started to grovel. "

Thursday, 2 February 2017

President Donald Trump 'slammed Malcolm Turnbull over refugee deal, accused him of trying to "ship the next Boston bombers" to the U.S. then HUNG UP on their hour-long call after just 25 minutes'

Daily Mail
A fuming President Trump reportedly told Mr Turnbull that the conversation was 'the worst call by far' he had taken that day, after 'boasting' about pleasant exchanges with Russian President Vladimir Putin and three other world leaders. 
President Trump reportedly ranted about the deal the Obama administration struck with Canberra to take 1250 genuine refugees from Nauru and Manus Island, telling Mr Turnbull: 'I don't want these people'.

Monday, 30 January 2017

Police arrest two students – one 'of Moroccan origin' - over the murder of six people shot dead in a Quebec City mosque carnage a day after Canadian PM condemned Trump immigration ban

Daily Mail
Two students including one of 'Moroccan origin' have been arrested for the slaughter of six people at a Quebec mosque on Sunday which came a day after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Donald Trump's Muslim travel ban. 
The gunmen opened fire on worshipers as they prayed at Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center at around 8pm last night in a terrorist attack that has since been branded 'cowardly' and 'barbaric'.
Witnesses claimed the masked killers shouted 'Allahu Akbar' in what sounded like Quebecois accents as they went on the rampage, killing six and leaving eight injured. "

Trump's immigration crackdown is a clear message to the Muslim world - get your own houses in order before you come to ours

Daily Mail
Whether Muslims want to acknowledge it or not, extremists commit atrocities in the name of Allah. They do it according to and in observance of their interpretation of their faith.
What has led us to this latest executive order is not only Islamic extremists knifing, shooting, stabbing and exploding peaceful citizens in the West, but also the abject failure of the wider Muslim community to denounce these vile acts.
It is troubling to many that after each terrorist act there is largely silence from the families and communities that raised the terrorists and from the mosques that they frequented. Imams seldom condemn terror. And in their silence, in the void, acceptance, encouragement even, is assumed."