Friday, 4 April 2008

We're sorry - we were caught.

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I remember Slough very vaguely. I remember it disappearing into the distance through the rear window of the car as my parents were amongst the first White Flighters from that part of the world when I was very young. Good thinking Dad.

As we left through the back door, the enrichers were pouring through the open front door. Those were the days when Pet Food suppliers had to start putting photographs of Cats and Dogs on their tins. Yep it really did happen.

Well the Conservatives who got caught out vote-rigging during last years May elections have offered their apologies to former borough councillor Lydia Simmons who had her seat enriched from her by Eshaq Khan who is now on bail, along with two others awaiting results of the police investigations into ballot fraud.

The Tories are now jumping on the British National Party bus and supporting their calls to lobby parliament for changes to the postal voting system. What would they do without us to make their policies for them.

The BNP has said from day one that only the sick, elderly and those with very special reasons should be allowed to vote by post.

However despite the Conservatives claims that they are now squeaky clean, were I a BNP election agent in that part of the world, I would be keeping a sharp eye of any political party that has been enriched with people who have a different understanding of the word democracy then the native True Brits.


10 comments:

Peter. said...

Agreed. Anyone with an unpronounceable name who wins an election (mainly of Pakistani origin) for the three main traitor parties should come with a Government health warning!..Its all very well apologies being offered after the fiddle, but we all know our foreign friends will do it again and again.

Anonymous said...

.....as the police raid the opposition party head office in Salisbury, the Rhodesia election results are still not out...

Anonymous said...

Tory MP on LBC radio this morning made no friends callers wanted to know why was he too afraid to call the crime stats fiction and those that kept spouting crime is falling are LIARS.
TODAYS COUNT BY NICK AT LBC RADIO 4/4/08 SO FAR IN LONDON ALONE THERE HAS BEEN 39 KILLINGS ON THE STREETS.
NICK READ OUT THE LIST OF NAMES MOST WERE FOREIGN APPROX 7 WERE BRITISH NAMES ONE A FEMALE.
SO CRIME IS FALLING? SOUNDS MORE LIKE BAGHDAD TO ME, 39 KILLED ON LONDON'S STREETS.

Bert Rustle said...

Pickled Politics has a related article http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/1835

... Liberal Democrat credibility in Birmingham is in tatters after a judge branded one of the party’s election candidates “dishonest” and accused a councillor of taking part in a “scurrilous” attempt to bend the truth.

Timothy Straker QC, sitting as the Elections Commissioner, threw out claims that Lib Dem candidate Saeed Aehmed lost the 2007 council election Aston because of a smear campaign by Labour councillor Muhammed Afzal.

At the end of a 24-day election petition hearing, estimated to have cost the public purse £500,000, Mr Straker said most of the evidence given by Mr Aehmed was unbelievable.

He challenged Mr Aehmed’s 27-year record of claiming invalidity benefit for various illnesses - ranging from asthma and high blood pressure to depression and nervousness - pointing out that the former candidate showed no sign of distress in court and had been fit enough to climb up lamp posts in the 1990s when displaying party literature. ...


PP have linked to the original, http://www.birminghampost.net/news/politics-news/2008/04/02/court-throws-out-aston-lib-dem-election-smear-claims-65233-20709414/ which they describe as hilarious.

Anonymous said...

I think the Tories must be visiting the BNP website more than we do!-do they have no policies or ideas of their own?

Anonymous said...

Just heard that MPs also claim their bbc license fee back so we pay theirs as well.
STATEWATCH JUST SENT OUT...GOOD TO KNOW THE NEWS IS SO CENSORED...

7. ROMANIA-NATO: Police actions against anti-NATO protests in Bucharest On 2 April, hundreds of police raided the convergence centre of the anti-NATO gathering in Bucharest and arrested an estimated 46 people. All the arrests were made inside the convergence centre, no demonstration was taking place at the time. Many police reportedly wore ski masks and were hostile to journalists trying to access the scene. Romanian media did not report any violence during arrests, Indymedia however reports severe beatings by police. The repression against political activists was already stepped up a few days ago, with police arresting and detaining people arbitrarily. Once detained, the police appear to construct "offences", such as interpreting the carrying of a pocket-knife as arms possessions. People coming to or leaving the convergence centre, set up for demonstrators from Romania and other parts of the world, were also arbitrarily detained. The detained are interrogated, photographed and fingerprinted in police stations, and held for up to 24 hours. At the Romanian border several groups of activists have been denied entry into the country. Protests are directed in particular against NATO's ongoing expansion to Eastern Europe, as well as the extension of its activities to areas formerly not within NATO's mandate. On 28 February 1994, NATO took its first military action, shooting down four Bosnian Serb aircraft, thereby violating a UN-mandated no-fly zone over central Bosnia and Herzegovina. On 24 March 1999, NATO saw its first broad-scale military engagement in the Kosovo War, where it led an 11-week bombing campaign against what was then the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. A formal declaration of war never took place. After 11 September 2001, NATO confirmed that the terrorist attacks were an attack against the entire group of members. On 16 April 2003, NATO agreed to take command of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan, which was the first time in NATO's history to take charge of a mission outside of the north Atlantic area. Sources: Indymedia report in English: http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2008/04/02/18490151.phpIndymedia report in German: http://de.indymedia.org/2008/04/212209.shtmlEnglish summary: http://gipfelsoli.org/Home/Bukarest_2008/4906.htmlIndymedia RomaniaBackground information on the protests against the NATO summit in Bucharest and protests against it:http://www.wombles.org.uk/article2007111364.php 8. UK: Immigration, faith and cohesion: Evidence from local areas with significant Muslim populations by Hiranthi Jayaweera and Tufyal Choudhury (Joseph Rowntree Foundation: http://www.statewatch.org/news/2008/apr/jrf-9-immigration-faith-cohesion.pdf

Bert Rustle said...

Anonymous wrote ...I think the Tories must be visiting the BNP website more than we do!-do they have no policies or ideas of their own? ...

Simon Heffer has a piece in the Telegraph Labour is malignant, not incompetent which indeed suggests that he at least has been having a peek.

It is almost as though these commentators are booking their place on the next gravy train, as the Multiculti one hits the buffers.

Jeff Randall has 'Eco towns': the wrong answer to the over-population question

... Labour ... party machinery has developed a mastery of language distortion to achieve goals that it knows would be rejected by the electorate were they set out in plain English.

Labour became New Labour. The red flag had already been swapped for the red rose. Tony Blair never dismantled our civic institutions: he "modernised" them. Gordon Brown did not sign up for a European constitution: it was just "a treaty".

... The really Big Lie, however, is ... about why we need them and, indeed, if we need them at all. ... The United Kingdom, especially England, is experiencing a population explosion. ... the main cause of Britain's population growth is inward migration. Since 1997, the Government has handed out more than one million British citizenships.

According to the Optimum Population Trust, a charity that highlights the environmental dangers of absorbing more and more people: "Immigration is responsible for at least 70 per cent of the UK's projected population increase, which will take the UK from 61 million today to 85 million by 2081."

... This is the real issue, not the Government's bogus bleating about a need for "affordable" housing (code for subsidised).

The immigration boom did not happen by accident. It was not, as my colleague Simon Heffer pointed out on Wednesday, the result of incompetence. There has been a deliberate and coldly calculated effort to transform Britain into a Labour-voting multi-cultural melting pot. [emphasis added]

For years, ministers have peddled falsehoods to give credibility to their dangerous social experiment. They insisted that importing lots of poor people would somehow make us rich. They claimed also that these new arrivals would solve our pensions shortfalls and soak up job vacancies.

Warnings about the inevitable pressures that these newcomers would put on social services, education, health and policing were rejected as "scaremongering". Those who expressed doubts were smeared as "racists".

... the Institute for Public Policy Research found that, while 71 per cent of Indian immigrants are employed, only eight per cent live in social housing. By contrast, just 19 per cent of Somalis are in work, but 80 per cent of them are in social housing.

... The full price of Labour's wilful destruction of our border controls is paid in ways that cannot be counted purely in pounds and pence. A diminution of social cohesion in areas where immigrants refuse to integrate is the most obvious. Not far behind is a government-induced housing "shortage".

Immigrants are not to blame for this mess. If I lived in a Third World hell-hole, and had the chance to come to Britain, I'd be here in a flash. Responsibility rests squarely with Mr Brown and his dodgy salesmen.
...

Anonymous said...

Many in the know already put the population at over 70 million when the tories stopped counting those leaving then labour stopped counting those arriving, so their guess is as good as anyones.
When EU Workers live 10 and 20 to a room also the homeless figures rise our towns packed like sardines. 60 million is a joke.
When Westminster is so obviously filled with CON men why would anyone believe a word they say?
After ww2 ended i believe the population of the UK was around 45 Million.
60 years on only 15 million extra?
AND THE MOON REALLY IS MADE OF CHEESE? I'M TELLING YOU. TRUST ME I'M AN HONEST KINDA GUY!

Anonymous said...

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=30a_1204991129&p=1

APPEASING MOSLEMS PAT TELLS IT HOW IT IS!
ISLAM = TO WESTERN CULTURE A DAMN OUTRIGHT LIE!
JOURNO'S ARE RACIST LIARS!
WE DON'T OWN FREEDOM IT'S NOT OURS TO GIVE AWAY!
STOP COWERING LIKE FRIGHTENED MICE!

Ray Boyd said...

I remember Slough too. I used to drive through Chalvey on my way to work from Old Windsor to the Slough trading estate. This was way back in the early sixties BTW and Chalvey was the destination of the first Asian immigrants, just starting to move in.

I don't know what Slough is like now because in '65 I had moved away to Hampshire and I have never been near the place since.

I do believe it's a hellhole and Chalvey is full of east europeans living in rented houses owned by the asians.