Wednesday, 31 March 2010

New Labour lie about immigration numbers, 31 March 2010

Gordon Brown is caught out lying about a supposed fall in immigration to the UK, when no such thing occurred. However New Labour try to Hutton Whitewash it, immigration into the UK has been massive, and deliberate, their "Open Borders" policy.

From Liar Politicians

Webster Tarpley Covers Globalized Terrorism to usher in a Total Police State on Alex Jones
Alex talks with historian, journalist, author and regular guest Webster Tarpley. Mr. Tarpley is the author of numerous books, including Surviving the Cataclysm: Your Guide through the Worst Financial Crisis in Human History, 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA – Myth of the 21st Century, Obama – The Postmodern Coup: Making of a Manchurian Candidate and Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography.

Just who does he think he is, bloody twat !
By David Forward
From Tractor Stats

(Sorry D but this was just too good not to pinch!)

Top Eco-Fascist Calls For End Of Freedom To Fight “Global Warming”
Population reduction enthusiast says “a few people with authority” should run the planet

Credit Crisis, Outrage, Far From Over

Barack Obama faces potential Chinese death trap
Newly emboldened by his successes with health care reform and nuclear disarmament, what next for Super-Obama?

The death of resilience: A Britain that prided itself on self-reliance now believes pills can cure anything and happiness is a human right
The brass band from Yorkshire Main Colliery assembled outside the doctor’s surgery in Edlington, South Yorkshire, and began to play. From the window above fluttered a Union Jack; below, the doctor handed out drinks to the puffing bandsmen.

It was July 5, 1948, the first day of a new era: the age of the National Health Service.

But few of those people toasting the new arrival, born and bred in a country that valued stoicism, reticence and self-reliance, could have imagined how deeply their successors would sink into hypochondria and self-indulgence.

CNN Fails to Stop Fall in Ratings
CNN continued what has become a precipitous decline in ratings for its prime-time programs in the first quarter of 2010, with its main hosts losing almost half their viewers in a year.

(Bye, bye MSM- Goodnight and good riddance)

Isa savers ‘cheated of billions’ by banks
A tax break created by Gordon Brown to encourage millions of people to save has degenerated into a £3 billion a year rip-off that enriches the banks, according to a damning verdict from the statutory consumer watchdog.

The two-faced Tories can’t have it both ways
If Britain is facing an economic Dunkirk, we can’t protect every spending programme. If not, Cameron should say so.

Another "Snow Job" as British Committee Clears Climate Gate Scientists of Wrongdoing
In an article from FOX, British investigaters have cleared the Climate Gate scientists of any wrongdoing. "The House of Commons' Science and Technology Committee said Wednesday that they'd seen no evidence to support charges that the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit or its director, Phil Jones, had tampered with data or perverted the peer review process to exaggerate the threat of global warming -- two of the most serious criticisms levied against the climatologist and his colleagues," stated the article.

G-20 Urged to Act on Economy
Leaders of the U.S., Canada, South Korea, Britain and France, looking to spur efforts to remake the international economic system, urged other leaders of the Group of 20 nations to "recommit themselves and deliver on the [G-20's] ambitious reform objectives and agenda."

Children WILL face 'naked' airport scans, Government rules
All selected children will have to go through the new full-body 'naked' scanning machines being introduced at airports, the Government said today.

UK's 2009,Q4 GDP fiddled upwards.... again (30Mar10)

New Labour's favourite statistics fiddlers the ONS have done it again, just before the election they have massaged the UK's GDP figures upwards..... again!

Recorded from Channel 4 News, 30 March 2010.

From Liar Politicians

Arctic Sea Ice about to hit ‘normal’ – what will the news say?
Barring an about face by nature or adjustments, it appears that for the first time since 2001, Arctic Sea ice will hit the “normal” line as defined by the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) for this time of year.

The mathematical formula for how celebrity gossip spreads on the internet
Gossip on social networking sites such as Facebook spreads rapidly in the manner of a contagious virus, say researchers.

Mathematicians have developed an equation that describes internet rumours’ ability to fly around the globe in a matter of hours.

Telling It Like It Is

At last we have someone telling it like it is, watch and listen to Gorvid Camerown explain why you will probably end up voting Labservative at the General Election on May 6th.

From The Big Dollop

Lib Dems target 'Labservatives' with guerilla advertising campaign
Fake joint advertising push for two main parties comes complete with campaign website and speech from 'Gorvid Camerown'

Government plans for elderly care branded a 'train crash'
Elderly people have been left 'waiting for God' by the Government's decision to shelve plans for a comprehensive National Care Service for at least six years, charities said yesterday.

Climategate Scam CRU Inquiry BIASED 31 03 2010

The INQUIRY in this newscast is 100% biased, the next two inquiries mentioned will also be biased. The British TORY Government set up the CRU with £15MILLION in the first place and to back up a false theory. Now the CLIMATE CHANGE SCAM is worth 100 TRILLION DOLLARS the bastards that are profiteering will keep all enquiries BIASED. and all in the name of the NEW WORLD ORDER. ..... The BBC never interviews anyone unless they are well into the SCAM. WHY IS LORD CHRISTOPHER MONCKTON BANNED FROM TV? and why is it ALL three HEARTLAND INSTITUTE CONFERENCES have been IGNORED by the BBC? ........ Simple ...... THE BBC have £8BILLION invested in CARBON CREDITS and stand to lose the lot.

From Rexsyston

Ghost of Tony Blair returns to Labour ranks
A ghost was seen yesterday in Trimdon Labour Club. Tony Blair returned to haunt the place which so often formed the backdrop when he wished to claim he was a man of the people.

Labour mismanagement has shattered confidence in immigration system
We can only persuade people of the enormous benefits of immigration if we have a system that is firm but fair," said the Liberal Democrat Shadow Home Secretary.

Gordon Brown to pledge new curb on immigration
Unskilled non-EU workers to be barred from UK entry as Labour looks to frame debate

Pre-election build-up – as it happened
• Gordon Brown warns of "scaremongering" on immigration
• But PM says: "we do not need more low-skilled workers"
• David Cameron unveils vision for "big society"
• Tory leader promises "neighbourhood army" of 5,000 volunteers

Immigration: The Inconvenient Truth
After the third and concluding part of 'The Inconvenient Truth', the programme-makers were in the Dispatches Forum to discuss the programme with the public. View the debate.

Gordon Brown has misled the public on immigration figures. Again
 It’s honest, at least, of Gordon Brown to condemn those who “appeal to our worst instincts of nationalism and xenophobia” while addressing the subject of immigration “scaremongering”.

Demonised and spied on: Muslims under siege
The Muslim Council of Britain and civil liberties groups have welcomed condemnation of the government's controversial anti-extremist programme by a committee of MPs.

MPs back draconian control orders
Members of Parliament have overwhelmingly voted to renew the use of draconian control orders for alleged terror suspects despite criticism of the measures by the Lords, the parliamentary joint committee on human rights and civil liberties groups.

Most Americans scoff at the mention of conspiracy but their country was created by Freemasonry and they don't have a clue.

War criminal on the run.
Karl Rove ran from a book signing in Beverly Hills with his tail between his legs.
Someone from "Code Pink" actually tried to arrest him.
It was a thing of beauty. This is the welcome he should receive at every book signing. Report here:

Ireland Bank Crisis: 'Worst Fears Surpassed' As Banks Need An Additional $42.7 Billion

Vindication or a Global Warming Whitewash?
Take Our Poll: Do You Believe the First Findings of the Inquiry into "Climategate" Will End the Controversy?

UN spreading global warming scare
The science behind the theory that CO2 is driving so-called anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is a sham. It cannot be scientifically proven.

UN Global Warming Treaty Still Possible This Year, De Boer Says
 Last year’s climate change talks in Copenhagen came close enough to establishing a global warming treaty that an agreement is possible when negotiators meet again in Mexico at the end of this year, the United Nations diplomat leading the talks said.

Experts warn UK recovery is fragile

Eurozone unemployment soars to 10% in new blow for recovery
Britian's recovery hopes suffered a blow after unemployment in the eurozone hit 10 per cent in February - the highest level for more than a decade.

The jobless rate leaped from 8.8 per cent a year earlier, adding to signs of a faltering economic performance in continental Europe - the UK’s biggest export market.

At 10 per cent the euro area unemployment rate is the highest since August 1998. Spain’s figures are the most alarming in the currency union, as the country reports a 19 per cent jobless rate.

Britain brandishes olive branch to restart global climate change talks
Ed Milipede concedes ground and offers to sign new Kyoto treaty in unilateral attempt to heal rift between rich and poor countries.

(Do you notice the subtle change in phraseology from 'Global Warming' to 'Climate Change'?)

Care for old will cost billions. Who’s paying?
Grand plans for our ageing population are all very well — but the figures need to add up.

The vulnerable old deserve better than this
The Government’s latest plans for care of the elderly are unfair and unaffordable

GM crops cause liver and kidney damage
A report published in the International Journal of Microbiology has verified once again that Monsanto's genetically modified (GM) crops are causing severe health problems. A legal challenge issued against Monsanto forced the multi-national agriculture giant to release raw data revealing that animals fed its patented GM corn suffered liver and kidney damage within just three months.

Brown: Tory scare tactics on immigration appeal to 'worst instincts of nationalism and xenophobia
Gordon Brown warned today against political parties 'scaremongering' about immigration in the general election campaign.
In a highly-political speech devoid of policy, the Prime Minister condemned the Conservatives for appealing to the 'worst instincts of nationalism and xenophobia'

Climategate: The Mother of All Deceptions
"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." -- H.L. Mencken (1918)

"Our job is to give people not what they want, but what we decide they ought to have."- Richard Salent, Former President CBS News.

Scientists Cleared -- After One-Day Probe
A first investigation into e-mails leaked from one of the world's leading climate research centers has largely vindicated the scientists involved -- although it was based on just a single day of testimony.

Making a Killing: US-NATO Fuel New Arms Race in the Middle East
The Middle East, a byword for political instability and conflict, is witnessing a renewed arms race, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The region, already armed to the teeth, is in a process of upgrading its military systems with the latest hardware in fighter aircraft and surface-to-air missiles.

Belgium moves towards public ban on burqa and niqab
Home affairs committee of Brussels federal parliament votes unanimously to ban partial or total covering of faces in public places

Tony Blairs' Legacy of sleaze

NHS spends %14 of budget on management MP's reveal

Judge with no jury convicts Heathrow robbery
Four men who became the first to be tried without a jury in a major criminal trial for 400 years were today convicted of a £1.75 million heist at Heathrow airport.

Auctioneer fined for selling chest of drawers containing birds' eggs
An auctioneer has been fined £1,000 and left with a criminal record for trying to sell a chest of drawers containing 100-year-old birds' eggs.

(Criminal Justice at it's finest- I'm sure your all very proud of the fact that our 'government' has prosecuted this desperate criminal)

They Thought Europe's Unemployment Had Stabilized... But Now It's Soaring Again
Europe had three months of apparent labor market stabilization... but now unemployment has begun to get worse again.

The IMF Warns About German Banks... And That's Bad News For France's Too

Immigration is not out of control says Gordon Brown

G20 police officer Delroy Smellie cleared of assault
A Metropolitan Police officer accused of striking a woman with a metal baton at a G20 protest has been cleared of common assault.

Petrol prices edge close to record high with fuel duty increase
Petrol prices will edge closer to a record high on Thursday when motorists will be hit with a 1p a litre fuel duty increase.

General Election 2010: Gordon Brown warns against immigration 'scaremongering'
Gordon Brown has warned political parties against ''scaremongering'' about immigration in the general election campaign.

Hacked climate email inquiry cleared Jones but serious questions remain
Climate inquiry has dodged key questions in its rush to clear the name of the harangued head of the Climate Research Unit

UK consumer confidence slips, fears grow over personal finances
UK consumer confidence slipped in March as Britons grew more worried about the economic outlook and the state of their finances, a survey showed on Wednesday.

UK households have less to spend each week than a year ago
Weak earnings growth and high inflation meant that the average UK household was 3.8pc worse off in February than it was the year before, new research shows.

Credit crisis cost the nation £7trn, says Bank of England
Bank director criticises current regulation and calls for structural reform

Drugs, terrorism and shadow banking

State debt woes grow too big to camouflage
Economist: ‘When an accident is waiting to happen, it eventually does’

Is a serious Israel-EU crisis in the works?

Extraordinary details of the Queen's finances revealed

Police refuse to name sex offenders on the run 'because of their RIGHTS to privacy
Police are refusing to reveal the identities of sex offenders who are on the run - because it would be an invasion of their privacy.

The bionic-arm of the law: Police unveil new metal detector glove to fight knife
Police have unveiled their latest weapon in the fight against knife crime - a metal detecting glove which can identify blades hidden under clothing.

The £100 e-Glove fits inside the palm of the hand and silently vibrates when it passes over anything containing the tiniest trace of metal.

The £5m single mother: Taxpayers face extraordinary benefits bill to support a single broken family

Recession-hit Britons give up on drink as alcohol sales drop a record amount
Spending on alcohol has fallen by a record amount during the recession.
The Office for National Statistics revealed that sales of wine, spirits and beer dropped by 6.6 per cent in 2009 - the largest slump since it began reporting the figures in 1965.

Despite 17 Government schemes hospital food improvements are a £50m failure
Failed attempts to improve hospital food have cost taxpayers more than £50million in the last 10 years, it has emerged.

Will the Queen stop a second election? Brown could cling on as premier even if Tories win
The Queen could step in and block a second General Election this year in the event of a hung Parliament, to prevent Britain spiralling into an economic crisis

Wake up America, Your Dreams Have Become a Nightmare!
When we finally awake from our peaceful sleep we will realize the ownership and control of our country was taken from us... We are a defeated and conquered nation.

While we were sleeping 16,613 of our wealth generating companies have permanently slipped into foreign ownership. The further profits, which formerly supplied us with our strength and comforts, will now belong to our foreign masters who have stealthily taken control of us in an economics war. We are now for all intents and purposes as we were before 1776: an American Colony.

Gordon Brown calls for global climate fund
Gordon Brown is attempting to get international climate change negotiations back on track by pushing for a multi-billion fund to help the countries worst affected by global warming.

9/11 Commissioner slips up, says missile hit Pentagon‏

The Real Story: The Moscow Train Bombing Was A Conflict Over Oil

BBC Denies Holly Greig Cover-up
I received the following email from the BBC: My Comments are in Blue

Troops 'survive on spam for up to 50 days'
British soldiers serving in Afghanistan are being made to eat boil-in-the-bag rations or tinned Spam for up to 50 days in a row because of insufficient food supplies, the Conservatives claimed yesterday (Mon).

Born in the USA? Someone doesn't think so
A fringe movement that questions Barack Obama's nationality is gathering pace – and now the woman behind the campaign is running for office.

China's Drought Regions Are Turning Into Venezuela

Investigation: Scandal of danger chemical in baby bottles
Leading British retailers selling products banned in Canada and US

CIVIL liberties groups have condemned a sinister new plan for Scottish police forces to spy on ordinary citizens using unmanned surveillance drones.

Tony Blair: Why I need £5m every year just to get by
Tony Blair, who intervened in the election campaign yesterday, is thought to have a wage bill of over £5m

Tony Blair has told friends he needs to earn at least £5million a year just to break even.

Labour's 'free care' is a sham... Elderly will still have to pay most of the cost just to stay in a home
Labour's free care for the elderly plan was exposed as a sham yesterday after it emerged that the middle classes will still face bills of thousands of pounds a year.

MPs want legal aid for expenses fight: Fury as court case expected to cost public £3m
Three Labour MPs charged with claiming £60,000 in fraudulent expenses are to apply for legal aid to fund a lengthy court battle to get the case thrown out.

Gordon Brown could lose and still be Prime Minister
Gordon Brown could continue as Prime Minister for weeks even if he loses the election, under Whitehall proposals to prevent a run on the pound in the event of a hung parliament.

Oil conglomerate 'secretly funds climate change deniers'
An oil conglomerate has allegedly spent nearly £16.5 million ($25 million) on campaigns to discredit climate change and clean energy policies, according to a new report

Are America’s hawks really preparing to swoop on Iran?
Bomb Iran before it’s too late. Such is the prevalent thinking in certain political quarters over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.

Army Rumour Service
A forum of interest from the people on the front line.

RBS fined £29m for sharing price information with Barclays

Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed to pay a fine of almost £28.6m for breaching competition laws.

Salmond expected to reveal shopping list for hung parliament

Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Wind Turbine Plant Blow

Scottish enterprise signalled its surprise today that a major renewable energy investor appeared to have ruled Scotland out of its plans.

Methadone for addicts costs £16m a year

Prescribing the heroin-substitute methadone to drug addicts is costing Scotland more than £16m a year.

Shake-up in teaching of English and maths

The Scottish Government is expected to announce a shift in the way literacy and numeracy skills are taught and assessed in the country's schools.

Snow hits Scotland - again

Climate researchers 'secrecy' criticised – but MPs say science remains intact (

MPs today strongly criticised the University of East Anglia for not tackling a "culture of withholding information" among the climate change scientists whose private emails caused a furore after being leaked online in November.

But the committee did not condemn the actions of Prof Phil Jones, the head of UEA's Climatic Research Unit (CRU) because it said he should have been better supported by the university in dealing with requests for data under the Freedom of Information Act. It added that the scientific reputation of Jones and the CRU was untarnished.

Source: EU Referendum

Anti-Hate Group Finds Yet Another Group It Hates (USA -Infowars)

The Southern Poverty Law Center (or as I like to call it, ADL South), has published a post on yet another group of people it hates (because it doesn’t fit into the SPLC’s socialist view of the world): FEMA conspiracy theorists.

Top public schools 'fail' new inspections -Telegraph
Leading public schools are among dozens of independent schools which have "failed" inspections for not complying with new "tick box" regulations.

The number of independent schools judged to have breeched minimum standards set by the Government has trebled, new figures have revealed.

A total of 74 schools were issued last year with notices by the Department for Children, Schools and Families, requiring them to make urgent changes. This compares to just 23 in 2007 and 34 in 2008.

Police Shoot 42 Bullets Into Car With 2 Year Old Inside! -Uncover the News

Almost a quarter of Republicans think Obama ‘may be the Antichrist’ as 14 states sue over healthcare reforms-Uncover the News
Americans who suggest Barack Obama should rot in hell are apparently deadly serious.

Nearly a quarter of Republicans believe the Democrat president ‘may be the Antichrist’, according to a survey.

Ministers 'lying about terror threat to justify draconian laws'-Daily Mail

Ministers were accused yesterday of keeping the public in a permanent 'state of emergency' to justify draconian anti-terror laws.

Worst Drought in a Millenium Creates Severe Food Shortages in China-Epoch Times
Regime pledges five cents per person for relief

Global-warming Alarmism Dying a Slow Death-The New American

Video Surveillance deployed inside London Public Bathrooms-Network World
Is nothing sacred anymore!

'You're branding all men paedophiles' says swimmer locked out of pool changing room while schoolboys dress-Daily Mail
-A father who was barred from a public pool's changing room because children were inside has said he was branded a 'pervert'.

Pet shop owner fined £1,000 and told to wear an electronic tag... for selling a GOLDFISH to a boy aged 14-Daily Mail
Buying a goldfish at a pet shop used to be an innocent childhood pleasure.

But today an elderly pet shop owner told how she was 'entrapped' into selling a goldfish to a 14-year-old schoolboy, then warned she could face jail.

She had breached a law introduced in 2006 which bans selling live fish to anyone under 16.

Warning over pupil fingerprinting -BBC
Many schools are fingerprinting pupils without parents' permission, teachers have warned.

It is thought around 100 schools in the UK now use fingerprint identification systems for registration, borrowing library books and cashless catering.

But there is no legal requirement for schools to seek parents' consent for using biometric technologies.

Reconciliation Act H.R.4872 Brings Microchipping to America -Infowars

New parliamentary expenses evidence passed to CPS-Independent
Scotland Yard passed a new file of evidence against a Parliamentarian suspected of abusing expenses to prosecutors today.

100 Million Americans Question or Find Fault with the Official 9/11 Story -Global Research

Genetically modified soy is linked to rise in allergies-Examiner
Why are there so many food allergies today? Twenty, thirty or fifty years ago when parents and grandparents were children, it seemed as if allergies were barely discussed or even had. What has changed? Why are children’s bodies being affected more than adults?

Achtung! Germans Giving Up on Global Warming-Fox News
Germans citizens are rapidly losing faith in global warming following the Climate-gate scandals, according to a new report in Der Spiegel.

James Lovelock: Humans are too stupid to prevent climate change-Guardian
In his first in-depth interview since the theft of UEA emails, the scientist blames inertia and democracy for lack of action

JAMES LOVELOCK: We need to get rid of “obstructions” like democracy to deal with global warming.

Can a global tax work?-Times of Malta
An idea that has re-gained prominence as a result of the financial crisis is that of introducing a global tax on financial transactions. Several weeks ago in Strasbourg, the European Parliament debated and adopted a resolution tabled by the Economic and Monetary Affairs committee (Econ) giving the green light for the EU to agree a common position on the issue and negotiate with the G20 and other international leaders, and for the Commission to undertake an impact assessment of a global financial transaction tax looking at both its advantages and potential disadvantages.

A U.S. Biometrics Agency-FAS
As of last week, there is now a U.S. Government national security agency called the Biometrics Identity Management Agency (BIMA). It supersedes a Biometrics Task Force that was established in 2000.

Though nominally a component of the Army, the biometrics agency has Defense Department-wide responsibilities.


Compilation of evidence and speeches along with documents and video footage about the New World Order which is being created around us, and what the future may mean if we do not wake up to stop it.

From Pantherandpolitics

SCHOOLS are eroding pupils’ civil liberties by taking their fingerprints without parents giving consent, a teacher claimed yesterday.

You can both go hang, say voters-Independent

50 per cent say choosing Brown is unthinkable... 51 per cent claim they have no enthusiasm for Tories... 38 per cent would like a hung parliament.

Tories Pledge to Cut British Jobs and Infrastructure to “Save £6 Billion” — but Seek to Increase Foreign Aid to £13 Billion -BNP
The Tory party plans to reverse Labour’s National Insurance rate hike by cutting £6 billion of jobs and IT systems from the civil service – but simultaneously aims to increase the UK’s foreign aid budget to £13 billion every year.

EU Regulation Has Cost UK Economy £176 billion Since 1998
The implementation and regulation of European Union laws has cost the British taxpayer £176 billion since 1998, roughly equivalent to the country’s entire budget deficit, according to a new report by think tank Open Europe.

CPS Warrior Nancy Schaefer Gunned Down -Infowars
The corporate media does not bother to mention that Schaefer exposed the abuses of CPS and the international child sex slavery ring.

Multiple blasts rock Iraq's Karbala -Press TV

US-Iran 'cold war' warming up -Al Jazeera
After year-long optimism that the three decade old US-Iran standoff might finally come to an accommodation, the two sides are ratcheting up their rhetoric and in the process risk new escalation with unpredictable consequences.

Vitamin B3 beats Big Pharma's Zetia cholesterol drug -Natural News
The utter worthlessness of Big Pharma's cholesterol drugs was demonstrated recently by a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine which showed that niacin (a low-cost B vitamin) out-performs Merck's drug Zetia for preventing the build-up of arterial plaque, a symptom of cardiovascular disease.

'At war' US justifies drone attacks in Pak as act of 'self-defence' -Global Research
Amid growing discontent in Pakistan over the continuous drone attacks in the ungoverned tribal regions near the Afghan-Pak border, the United States has justified the Central Investigation Agency (CIA) operated missile hits against Al-Qaeda and Taliban extremists citing the right to "self-defence" under international law.

Riyadh meeting to seek ways to push Gulf currency union -Arab News
DUBAI: Central bank governors from four Gulf states will focus on how to push monetary union forward at a meeting in Saudi Arabia starting Tuesday, rather than how to bring back the United Arab Emirates and Oman, analysts say.

Say hello to my little friend: Children put on stage version of Scarface... using popcorn as cocaine and replacing swear words with 'fudge' -Daily Mail

With its vulgar language, extreme violence and frequent drug use, the cult ganster movie Scarface isn't the most obvious choice for a school play.
But that hasn't stopped a group of American schoolchildren from re-enacting the movie on stage - albeit with a few adjustments.
The play, which has become a hit on YouTube, the pint-sized youngsters swear, kill and talk about taking drugs.

'Super-Taser' shotgun bullet that can knock down criminals from 100ft considered by Home Office -Daily Mail
A new 'super-Taser' stun gun that fires a 500-volt wireless 'bullet' up to 100ft is being considered for use by UK police forces, the Home Office said today.
The extended Range Electronic Projectile (XREP), already used by police in the U.S., fires a barbed electrode from a modified 12-bore shotgun.

Interest Rates Surge Higher on Debt Crisis
-Market Oracle
The big news this week was the rise in interest rates, especially on the long end of the yield curve: 10 year yields were up 16 basis points to 3.85%; and 30 year rates added 17 basis points to 4.75% (see charts in the bond section). What’s behind this sudden move?

Haiti Post-Quake - Devastation, Depravation, Exploitation & Oppression -Rense
Two and half months post-quake, the major media mostly ignore Haiti, the calamitous conditions on the ground, and the growing desperation of millions forced to largely endure on their own - out of sight, mind, the concern of world leaders, and UN, USAID and other aid organizations diverting most of the $700 million + donated to contractors and profiteering NGOs.

I Never Imagined the Town Hall Nazis Would Go Quite So Mad
-Dot Connector

Thirteen years of New Labour rule have made our lives a misery where it matters most to us - on our unswept streets and in our own bin-cluttered backyards.

We all depend on the services provided by local councils, yet these days they are run for the benefit of those who work there, not for the people who pay for them.

Scottish Government Cover up of Hollie Greig Part 6 – Why are Politicians and Media so tight lip -Palestine Telegraph

There is much more to discuss on the Hollie Story but as promised in my last article I though I would break away from the main theme and discuss why all the Politicians and the Media remain so tight lipped? What is it that they fear?

new world order in the UK year 2020 from the BBC's own website
To everyone that says that we truthseekers are all mad, watch this and then tell me that we are all mad. How much proof do you need? We are all controlled, wake up people the future is already here, big brother is no longer watching, he knows.

From Resaxz

(Disturbing to say the least. UPDATE: The BBC have now removed the page but we have it heres thx to resaxz)

Researchers discover papaya is effective against breast, pancreas and other cancers-Natural News
The study, recently published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, not only showed that papaya has a direct anti-tumor effect on a variety of malignancies, but it also documented for the first time that papaya leaf extract increases the production of key signaling molecules called Th1-type cytokines.

Drug-addicted surgery tech gave hepatitis C to dozens of patients-Natural News
A Colorado woman is facing a 20-year prison sentence for carelessly infecting at least 36 patients with hepatitis C during her time as a surgery technician. Kristen Parker somehow made it through hospital drug screening procedures and proceeded to steal drugs like Fentanyl from syringes and refill them with saline for use on patients.

First blog faces censure by PCC-yahoo
Former Radio 4 Today editor Rod Liddle has become the first journalist to have an online blog censured by the press watchdog.

Big Pharma Intends to Dump Experimental and Controversial Vaccines in Public Schools!-Know the Lies
The golden calf of public health was smashed in this recent flu season as many in the United States outright rejected the H1N1 vaccine. Pharmaceutical companies are now holding the bag, as millions of doses of the vaccine are rotting on shelves or being discarded as hazardous waste. Or are they? The manufacturer may find it more cost effective to dump them into the arms of our public school systems.

"Fascism is Coming to America"... Gerald Celente-Know the Lies
Gerald Celente preparing us for what's to come... ~ Audio

Rating agencies say Britain must do more to retain triple-A status-Guardian
S&P and Fitch say government cuts may not go far enough

Agencies to decide on UK's credit status after general election

Chancellors' debate - the verdict-Guardian
Alistair Darling, George Osborne and Vince Cable clash in the first live televised debate of the 2010 general election campaign

Chancellors' debate: scale of spending cuts laid bare-Telegraph
The true scale of the public spending pain that awaits whichever party wins the election was laid bare by the unanimous verdict of the Chancellor and his Conservative and Liberal Democrat counterparts in a live television debate.

Understanding the Mechanics of the Police State-Lew Rockwell
People don’t know what fusion centers are,” says Catherine Bleish, who was the opening speaker at the 2010 New Hampshire Liberty Forum on March 19

Fusion centers were created after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks as a way for local and state law enforcement agencies to share terrorism related information with the federal government, and vice versa. The idea quickly ran into problems, first among them the fact that there simply isn’t enough terrorist activity to justify the concept. Instead of shutting down as pointless, fusion centers gradually began expanding into sharing information about all crimes. Fusion center activity over the years has also raised concerns about government surveillance of legally protected political activity.

Biblical Plagues Due To ‘Climate Change’-Sweetness Light
Biblical plagues really happened say scientists

The Biblical plagues that devastated Ancient Egypt in the Old Testament were the result of global warming and a volcanic eruption, scientists have claimed.

Global Warming Activist Freezes to Death in Antarctica -Fox Nation
Famed global warming activist James Schneider and a journalist friend were both found frozen to death on Saturday, about 90 miles from South Pole Station, by the pilot of a ski plane practicing emergency evacuation procedures.

"I couldn't believe what I was seeing", recounted the pilot, Jimmy Dolittle. "There were two snowmobiles with cargo sleds, a tent, and a bright orange rope that had been laid out on the ice, forming the words, 'HELP-COLD'."

(How's that for irony?)

Greek financial crisis: the latest
The Greek debt crisis has dominated financial markets so far in 2010. Stay here for the latest news.

Power crunch looms for Britain
The taxpayer must pay for new plants, warns new Npower boss Volker Beckers

Fingerprint system 'stigmatises pupils'
Protests after children are scanned without the consent of their parents

Schools are denying pupils their civil liberties by fingerprinting them without seeking the consent of their parents, teachers warned yesterday.

Western Civilization and the Economic Crisis: The Impoverishment of the Middle Class
When Empire Hits Home, Part 2

The western nations of the world have built their great wealth and societies on the exploitation and plundering of the people and resources of the rest of the world. The wealth, freedom, and structures of our societies have been built on the starvation, robbery, deprivation and murder of millions upon millions of the world’s people, both historically and presently.

Web of companies hides Blair millions: Riddle of ex-PM's investments in foreign countries
Tony Blair faced new questions over his secretive business empire last night as it emerged one of his companies has been licensed to operate in low-tax regimes abroad.

Police chiefs must reveal their expenses as Jack Straw says they ARE subject to Freedom of Information
The perks enjoyed by senior police chiefs are to be finally subject to public scrutiny, ministers will say today.
The Association of Chief Police Officers - which, controversially, is considered a private company - has so far escaped the reaches of the Freedom of Information Act.

This is despite a string of damaging claims that senior officers are enjoying lucrative perks such as access to luxury Westminster flats.

Junkie food
If you like fast food or 'junk' food you are now an addict. Just like smokers. And heroin users. So it's soon going to be just fine for the Righteous to treat you the same way.

In Mongolia, it's sadly been so cold this winter that a million animals have died, and many of the nomadic herders and farmers are said to be in desperate need of aid. The Today programme reported this story yesterday morning, but guess what was missing from the equation? Any mention of that dreaded phrase "climate change". This fits a pattern. Today reporters grind on about AGW every time there is a claim - however tenuous - that temperatures are getting hotter; but never when the reverse applies. Of course, one extremely bad winter does not prove cooling, but on Radio 4's co-called flagship news programme, the topic is never discussed properly.

Attacks Reawaken Worry of Guerrilla War in Caucasus

Scotland loses out in £80m turbine plans
SCOTLAND appears to have lost out on plans by German conglomerate Siemens to invest more than £80 million and create 700 jobs in a new UK factory to manufacture offshore wind turbines.

Mephedrone to be banned after deaths
Dance drug mephedrone will be banned within weeks, Home Secretary Alan Johnson announced today.

Tories attack BBC cuts to niche stations
The shadow Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has questioned the BBC's decision to cut niche radio stations such as 6 Music and BBC Asian Network.

Monsters each and every one of them, Evil !

Who Will Rid Bunker Street Of This Dreaded Curse

£3,000 'jolly' for minister to remember Scots of Alamo

Health Board pays thousands to police

Scotland's largest health board is paying police tens of thousands of pounds to protect accident and emergency workers from drunken weekend revellers.

Red tape ties Edinburgh trams down

Documents reveal that Tie, the council run firm set up to manage the project, has spent £25 million on staffing costs to administer the project.

Rosslyn Chapel discovery is causing a buzz

Industry wants the next government to raise pensions

The pensions industry is urging the next government to adopt a radical blueprint which would see the state pension raised by £25 a week and the minimum contribution for the new workplace pensions raised from 8% to 11%.

Tycoon to spend £100,000 on Russian party for daughter

One of Scotland's richest men is to spend more than £100,000 on flying his daughter and her friends to St Petersburg in Russia to celebrate her 21st birthday.

Ministers knew rail link could miss 2014 Games

Minsters were warned the Glasgow Airport Rail Link faced delays that could lead to it being completed only after the 2014 Commonwealth Games, despite a series of public assurances it was on track.

Union 'taxes' own branches to build £700k war chest in battle with BA.

The union representing striking British Airways cabin crew is to raise an 'unprecedented' £700,000 levy to support the walkouts, which enter their seventh day today.

Cocaine, suicide, blackmail and me, by Steven Purcell

Monday, 29 March 2010

Special Relationship? Why Britain's Affair With the U.S. Is Over
The End of the Party, an account by British political commentator Andrew Rawnsley of how Britain's Labour government came to squander a huge popular mandate to face possible defeat in the forthcoming parliamentary elections, identifies a multiplicity of contributory factors. Blair's unwavering determination to stand "shoulder to shoulder" with a martial U.S. is prominent among them.

Inflation Is Going To Get Worse
One of my consistent views on this site is “real” inflation is much higher than what the government is telling us. For example, recently the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced February’s inflation number (CPI) was “unchanged” at a 2.1% annual rate. Over the years, the BLS has changed the way it calculates inflation by using accounting gimmicks that understate what most people would consider the true cost of living. So, the government inflation numbers of today make inflation look much lower than it really is for main street America.

My cyberspace bill of rights As Google has shown in its confrontation with China, we don't need government in cyberspace – we need freedom.

Global warming 'will NOT slow down Gulf Stream and plunge Britain into ice age'Fears that global warming will shut down the Gulf Stream and plunge Britain into a mini-ice age are unfounded, according to a new study.
Climate scientists say there is no evidence that the phenomena - which brings a constant flow of warm water and mild weather to northern Europe - has slowed down over the last 20 years

School apologises after pupils were 'frogmarched' to be fingerprinted so they could eat in Canteen
A school has provoked uproar after taking children's fingerprints without permission from their parents. Pupils were 'frogmarched' to be fingerprinted so they could use touch screens in the canteen to have money deducted from their account, thereby speeding up lunch queues.

Capital City Academy in Brent, north London, was later forced to apologise and wiped all prints it obtained before asking for consent

How the European Parliament is spending your taxes
Here are highlights of the draft budget proposed by the European Parliament for its own building programme:

€40 million for new office space in Brussels to accommodate the 150 new staff members and 66 contract staff
€586 million to renovate and extend the European Parliament building in Luxembourg (you didn’t know that the European Parliament had a building in Luxembourg as well as Brussels and Strasbourg, did you?)
€80 million to provide an additional office for each MEP for the accommodation of a third or fourth assistant
€10 million for a second creche in Brussels
€20 million for a “House of European History”
Although the member states are working to constrain their expenditure, one item in their national budgets keeps rising: contributions to the EU budget. Recession? What recession?

Hedge funds make millions from collapse of the pound Britons visiting the U.S. are paying a heavy price for the fall in the pound, but not everybody is losing out.
Three of Britain's biggest hedge funds have scooped a windfall from the collapse in sterling.

More lobbying from the music industry - stop them now!

Apparently, the

"UK Music calls for easier digital licensing, less red tape on smaller music venues, and wants a cabinet-level committee to coordinate policy."
Therefore, they would get to influence government directly, at a time when our votes barely count.

The intellectual copyright bunch were responsible for giving us the secret ACTA treaty, which spawned the egregious Digital Economy Bill, which allows Mandelson's buddies to curtail your internet connection on the suspicion that you're up to no good.

Now's the time to put worry beads on your MP's forehead. Don't wait until the deal is done. Once the lobbyists have a toe in the door, it's a devil of a job to get rid of them!


Latest Update ==Tobacco, Alcohol,and other Drugs….
Note the order of words in the title!

My, but the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs have been busy little bees today.

No sooner did they appoint the Dentist, to correctly constitute the committee following the resignation of Dr Polly Taylor – than he said ‘open wide’ and they shovelled a freshly minted report into our open mouths.

Not so much as a mention of Mephedrone in the press release, but heavily targeted on Tobacco and Alcohol….

From Anna Racoon

Mephedrone Ban – latest news….
The resignation of Dr Polly Taylor – the veterinary medicine expert whose post is required by law to be filled on the committee – from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs had sparked speculation that the ban on Mephedrone could be delayed.

However, it seems that the government have found a way around this problem.

From Anna Racoon

Want a passport? Join the National Identity Register
Public sector ICT monitors Kable have revealed that the Home Secretary, Alan Johnson, plans to introduce primary legislation which would require passport applicants to be fingerprinted and enrolled on the National Identity Register.

IN ITS desperation to cling on to power, Labour’s abuse of office has become outrageous. Gordon Brown’s Government increasingly resembles one of those discredited and corrupt regimes of the former Eastern bloc: aggressively partisan, contemptuous of democracy and blind to any distinction between the interests of the party and those of the nation.

A key hallmark of totalitarian Communist rule was its obsession with trying to indoctrinate the public through political propaganda. Until recently, the idea that such an approach might be adopted in Britain would have seemed laughable. But all that has changed under Labour. The years of Blair and Brown have been dominated by spin. The machine of the state is now devoted to the imposition of socialist ideology. 

The airwaves and billboards are filled with Left-wing propaganda dressed up as public information or as “awareness-raising” programmes.

The Tipping Point at Zero
The USEconomy is bifurcated, with price inflation advancing on the cost side while price deflation harms on the asset side, to produce a nasty storm that is unlikely to abate. When high pressure zones clash with low pressure zones, hurricanes and tornadoes occur. Calling the resulting near 0% or low 2% price inflation on a net basis a good sign completely ignores the forces pulling the national economy apart... Crisis is now the new normal.

Characteristics Of An Economic Depression - Scary Stats From The Land Of The Rising Debt
Markets proved they could still fall yesterday. After having rallied for 15 of the previous 18 sessions, we were beginning to wonder if it were still possible...

In an interesting turn of events, investors actually succumbed to the harsh economic realities of the day. There's no telling how long this momentary lapse of unreason may last, of course, but we'll take what we can get while we can get it.

The primary catalyst for the relatively minor pullback in stocks was a relatively major slump in the sale of new houses. Figures from the United States Department of Commerce revealed that, during the month of February, new home sales decreased 2.2% to an annual pace of 308,000, a record low. Pundits blamed blizzards, unemployment and foreclosures for the depressing statistic.

Irish reporter tries to place Tony Blair under citizen's arrest for 'war crimes'
An Irish journalist tried to place Tony Blair under citizen's arrest for war crimes on Tuesday night during a visit by the former prime minister to the European Parliament.

UK's AAA credit rating in danger – S&P
The credit ratings agency could cut the UK's rating following the election if the victor fails to substantially cut the budget deficit.

"Did you really think we want those laws observed?" said Dr. Ferris. "We want them to be broken. You'd better get it straight that it's not a bunch of boy scouts you're up against... We're after power and we mean it... There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens? What's there in that for anyone? But just pass the kind of laws that can neither be observed nor enforced or objectively interpreted – and you create a nation of law-breakers – and then you cash in on guilt. Now that's the system, Mr. Reardon, that's the game, and once you understand it, you'll be much easier to deal with." ('Atlas Shrugged' 1957)

From ukwebspider

Four more arrests in connection with Victoria station murder
Police detain teenage girl and three boys following attack on teenager Sofyen Belamouadden, who was stabbed to death

Teachers reveal toll of violence against them in schools
Members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) told of receiving death threats and being groped by students.

Teachers attack Tory 'free school' plans
The Conservatives are facing a showdown with teaching unions over plans to introduce a generation of schools run by parents and private companies.

"Climategate" blow fragments corporate response to global warming
The corporate response to climate change has become increasingly fragmented in the past year as the combination of the "climategate" scandal, the disappointing conclusion to the Copenhagen summit and the global recession has led some firms to voice scepticism over the need to take action to curb carbon emissions.

That is the conclusion of a major new survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit, which polled more than 540 senior executives, and found that while a number of firms remain fully committed to increasing investment in low-carbon goods and services, many senior executives are unconvinced by the case for climate change policies.

Pill-popper nation: Prescriptions soar as we pick up more than 16 EACH every year
Britons pick up more than 16 prescriptions a year, says the Department of Health

Britain has become a nation of pill-poppers who turn to tablets to cure every ill, official figures show.

We each pick up more than 16 prescriptions a year on average, twice as many as 20 years ago, Department of Health data reveals.

Immigration is a real problem
Denis MacShane flings accusations of racism, but the fact is, there are growing population pressures from the third world.

Ambulance service gets £38 for every patient they don't take to hospital
The Ambulance service is being paid bonuses for not taking patients to hospital in a bid to help the NHS hit controversial targets.

TV license man hiding something?

TV license man doesn't want to stay for long when he realises his actions are being filmed... he would rather return to his superiors with a lie in hand..... behold corruption at its base level..... fear and intimidation wrapped in a web of lies and deceit- this is tv licensing!

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From Liamrebel

UK mortgage approvals fall to nine-month low
British mortgage approvals fell to their lowest level in nine months in February, Bank of England figures showed on Monday, in another sign that the recovery in the housing market is stalling
(Say hello to 'double-dip')

You Don't Mess With The LBMA - Assassination Attempt On Silver Market Manipulation Whistleblower?
The latest development in Silvergate, in which whistleblower Andrew Maguire has exposed the manipulation details in the London commodity market, is straight out of a John Le Carre or Ian Flemming novel: an assassination attempt.

More Than 30 Dead After Moscow Metro Blasts  

Two suspected female suicide bombers have killed at least 37 people on Moscow's metro system during the height of rush-hour.

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