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Friday, 24 October 2014

Have the socialists got their priorities right?

The number of underaged girls groomed and used for sex in Rotherham under the eyes of the Socialist Council there is roughly one thousand four hundred of these poor little girls.

The council and the police did nothing as the perpetrators were Muslim and they did nothing because of political correctness.

The socialists have been very quiet about this, as they have about Harriet Harman's connections to a paedophilia organisation which, in the past, she is alleged to approve of.

But they were not quiet about a humorous song put out by former Radio 1 disk jockey and UKIP member Mike Reid. This was sung with a fake Jamaican accent as how else do you sing a calypso? With a Yorkshire accent???

UKIP were immediately accused of being politically incorrect and of being racist.

So, according to labour, it is permissible in modern England to rape 1,400 underaged girls, but not to sing a calypso in a Jamaican accent.

Some people on Twitter have called these socialists ignorant. However, those who have are probably unaware of just how ignorant these socialists really are.

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Why immigrants should vote for the UK Independence Party (UKIP)

This blog may appear a little selfish but when you consider the facts you'll discover it is just common sense.

Let's take this in stages. First of all you are here and no doubt are wondering whether UKIP might repatriate you should they get into power. Apart from the fact they would be flying against the United Nations charter, they are not wicked people. They don't hate you. It is not your fault you have been allowed in. The more intelligent (the leadership and many ordinary members) hate the successive governments who have allowed this to happen. We do not hate our newcomers.

If you came here legally, you are entitled to make Britain your homIf you came here legally, you are entitled to make Britain your home.e. We will deal later with the politicians who have allowed this tiny island to be swamped with millions of people.

Those, however, who have cheated and are here illegally, will be sent back. There is nothing in the UN Charter to forbid this, and dishonesty should be treated firmly.

OK, you are now settled in Britain. Either a Tory Government or a Labour Government let you in. Why shouldn't you vote for the one who did, rather than UKIP?

Friday, 17 October 2014

National Health Service Waste

What would be wrong with the following?

Sack all the many tiers of NHS managers who do not actually work in hospitals, clinics or surgeries.

Directly under the Ministry of Health, have a small team with computers setting out, and paying money directly to hospitals, clinics or surgeries.

For working out the figures to pay these people, it should be strictly £x per doctor and £y per nurse. However, it should be high enough to also pay towards the buildings, ancillary staff, local management and all running costs. Therefore this team need not comprise more than a manager and five staff.

Monday, 13 October 2014

A most exciting political manifesto

The following statements represent highlights of UKIP's policy announcements as made at the Doncaster Conference. More detailed announcements will be made in the run up to the 2015 General Election.

What a UKIP Government will do


Protecting jobs and increasing prosperity

- We would review all legislation and regulations from the EU (3,600 new laws since 2010) and remove those which hamper British prosperity and competitiveness.

– We would negotiate a bespoke trade agreement with the EU to enable our businesses to continue trading to mutual advantage.

– UKIP would not seek to remain in the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) or European Economic Area (EEA) while those treaties maintain a principle of free movement of labour, which prevents the UK managing its own borders.

– We would reoccupy the UK’s vacant seat at the World Trade Organisation, ensuring that we continue to enjoy ‘most favoured nation’ status in trade with the EU, as is required under WTO rules.

Repairing the UK Economy 

Thursday, 9 October 2014

The Problem with Britain's political arena

One of the major problems is the EU. Not just because of open borders which is enabling the spread of Ebola into the EU, but because of the structure which makes over 75% of our laws. As every reader no doubt knows, the Liberal Democrats love being in the EU, but even their leader has admitted that over half our laws are made in the EU. This is the only way he could tone the amount down without actually lying. The figure is nearer 75%.

The problem also with the EU making our laws is, that MPs have 75% less work to do in the law making sector and have little better to do that working out more and more elaborate fiddles to steal from the hard working tax payer. And, we have seen from the Telegraph in the past, they are extremely proficient at that.

The Labour Party is supposed to be for the ordinary man, but more and more the elite clique of Labour MPs who, in the main, are extremely rich people, cannot understand the average voter.

The only thing that can save the UK is jobs in the private sector. More and more jobs are needed. Jobs in the public sector are paid with money obtained in taxes from workers in the private sector.

I often hear people claiming that people in the public sector also pay taxes. But do they? Yes, it's called tax but they are merely returning some of the private sector taxes back to the government.

Saturday, 4 October 2014

The Brits are bleddy marvelous - this is unbelievable.

Here is a recent body of a press release.

Come back Heath Robinson, we're 21st Century now. Follow the links to see just how "Heath Robinson" we are.
A British team, sponsored by the fastest database in the world, EXASOL, is taking a 3D printed rocket to space – the first time anything like this has been attempted. 
It will be launching later this year from the home of Virgin Galactic, Spaceport America. Their mission is to launch the space plane into the stratosphere at three times the cruising altitude of a transatlantic jet.

We invite you to meet the British team behind this audacious mission, in London on 10th October, and offer you the opportunity to see the rocket first-hand before it goes into space.

Do let us know if you’re interested in attending or in setting up other interviews. The mission has been ongoing for many years and will be a breakthrough in the amateur space race. 
You can find more images here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/registerparis/
I'll let you know more later.

Ampers