Tuesday, June 30, 2009

thanks for that


'Michael Jackson fans who paid in advance for the singer's UK concerts have been offered their money back or a souvenir ticket as an alternative.
Promoter AEG Live said the tickets feature graphics "inspired and designed" by the music legend, who died at the age of 50 on Thursday.
An estimated 800,000 people paid £50-£75 to watch the star perform 50 concerts at London's 02 arena.
The company will not be printing any further tickets as collectables.
'Magical Jackson'
It adds that the originals will become collectors' items, and feature special images which give them a 3D moving effect. '

'AEG president Randy Phillips said of Jackson: "The world lost a kind soul who just happened to be the greatest entertainer the world has ever known.
"Since he loved his fans in life, it is incumbent upon us to treat them with the same reverence and respect after his death." '


Wednesday, June 24, 2009

at last - someone voices some sense regarding the burqa


'Shockingly, the Dickensian bone disease rickets has reemerged in the British Muslim community because women are not getting enough vital vitamin D from sunlight because they are being consigned to life under a shroud.

Thanks to fundamentalist Muslims and 'hate' preachers working in Britain, the veiling of women is suddenly all-pervasive and promoted as a basic religious right. We are led to believe that we must live with this in the name of 'tolerance'. '

I have never heard an argument for this kind of thing that rang true to me - it just strikes me as oppression.
but we have to respect other peoples cultures now, dont we??

cyclops forced to testify in Iraq enquiry


'Gordon Brown will be forced to give evidence in public to the Iraq War inquiry, it emerged yesterday.

The Prime Minister will have to answer charges from military commanders that he caused the deaths of British servicemen when he was Chancellor by refusing forces requests for more resources and equipment.

Sir John Chilcot, the former mandarin heading the inquiry, let it be known yesterday that the Prime Minister, his predecessor Tony Blair and former Downing Street spindoctor Alastair Campbell will all undergo public interrogation.'

I hope him and that grinning, gladhanding sack of shit blair are made to fucking squirm as well.

Monday, June 22, 2009

for fucks fucking sake


we havent got a pot to piss in and this unelected one eyed lying HOON brown decides to piss some more of OUR money that we cant afford up the wall so that CUNT mugabe can stick it in his swiss bank account.


Sunday, June 21, 2009


so, it's sunday and grand prix day - I turn on the tv to end up catching the last few minutes of the 'politics show' prior to the start of the gp coverage - to see what can only be described as a haranguing of the (democratically elected by the residents) Doncaster mayor - with the not so subtle intent, it seems, of showing him up to be racist and/or homophobic. and then, the blatant 'jobs are going to be cut - it wouldnt happen under labour' of the presenter - followed up with a strong subtext of 'the people of doncaster were just confused - this shouldnt be happening - we know multiculturalism is a good thing, why are these people voting against it?'

people have blogged before (especially Landed Underclass) regarding how biased the bbc is - I had to say prior to today I personally hadnt seen much evidence to support it.

That has now changed to say the least.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

poor the one eyed cunt - cyclops pours his heart out in the grauniad


'the prime minister said he had found it hard to focus on strategic planning'

I'm not surprised, the one eyed mentalist cnut.

how much do you want to bet that slimy little turd mandlebum of boys is whispering in his ear, telling him he'd feel much better if he went away and had a nice little rest?

and I notice they havent allowed any comments on the story either, unlike the last time he aired his views in the grauniad. did you not like what you heard, gordon?

and as for 'said that the internet means that "foreign policy can never be the same again". Because of the way information is now distributed, "you cannot have Rwanda again ... foreign policy can no longer be the province of just a few elites." He descibed this as "more tumultuous than any previous economic or social revolution" and said that "this week's events in Iran are a reminder of the way that people are using new technology to come together in new ways to make their views known." '

do you think? because it's not stopping you from ignoring what the people of this country want. I've just checked - of the two petitions on the no.10 website, one asking you to resign and the other asking you to stay, one has over 68,000 signatures, the other has 102.

would you care to guess which one is which?

Friday, June 19, 2009

the ginger sex dwarf survives... for now


'Former Communities Secretary Hazel Blears has survived an attempt to force her deselection at a meeting of her constituency party in Salford......
"I am at a loss sometimes to know how I got to this place, but what I've had tonight is the first chance to explain properly to my party members," she said.'

er, you what?? exactly how stupid do you think people are? or are you really that staggeringly clueless??you're in this position because you're a greedy, troughing, cheating, LYING bloody hypocrite. so no need to be at any loss, you chipmunk faced shortarse harridan.

Intriguingly, I see she's by profession a solicitor - I had a very interesting conversation with a legal friend of mine the other week when they explained to me the code of conduct for all solictors - including an obligation to act with complete integrity and honesty in every aspect of their lives, professionally and privately - they seem to think that there is a very serious question of misconduct to be answered in this case.
anyone care to make a complaint to the professional standards authority ?

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

more bleedingheart liberal bollox

in the comments following the latest from the always-superb Met County Mounty here - http://sheepdogsandwolves.blogspot.com/2009/06/point-number-eight.html

once again, the guardianista contingent bemoan the lack of respect for the crim's human rights while conveniently ignoring the fact that the crims are running roughshod over the rights of their victims.

five gets you ten this c**t kaspar has never had his house turned over by the local scrotes or had the crap knocked out of him by a shellsuited wazzock for looking at him the wrong way. t**t.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Ferrari in 'complete dago shambles' shock

it's the rule changes that are at fault for Ferrari's poor form apparently - not just them being shite.


'Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo remains convinced that the "very grey" regulations relating to diffuser designs was the root cause of why former champions like his team, McLaren and Renault have all struggled this year.'

really?? tell that to Brawn and Red Bull.

and I havent heard anyone at Maclaren whining that it's not fair either...