Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Defense of Reality

Global Warming Consensus

So far 31,478 American scientists, including 9,029 with PhDs, have signed the following petition:



Kudos to the scientists who have risked their careers by standing up to the establishment in defense of reality and the scientific method. We need more of them. It's not too late to prevent socialist bureaucrats from plunging the world into a severe depression in the name of this farce.


Stop the Green Farce

Compliments of Diversity Lane.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Oz Muscle

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NEW Top Gear Aus: Ep2-Walkinshaw R8

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The End of PC

Kind Thanks to: J TEX

The Begining of the end for Political Correctness

the counter-revolution has begun in Doncaster

Gerald Warner

You do not have to go all the way in supporting the English Democrats party, whose silly proposal for an English parliament would add another superfluous layer to already excessive government, to raise a glass to Peter Davies, the party’s elected Mayor of Doncaster.

Davies, the father of Tory MP Philip Davies, is one of just 11 directly elected mayors and he is enjoying increasing media exposure because of his outrageous agenda which, against all the tenets of consensual British politics, consists of doing what the public wants.

In his first week in office he cut his own salary from £73,000 to £30,000, which is putting one’s money where one’s mouth is. He also scrapped the mayoral limousine. He is ending Doncaster’s twinning with five towns around the world, an arrangement which he describes as “just for people to fly off and have a binge at the council’s expense”. He intends now to reduce (that’s right, reduce) council tax by 3 per cent this year.

The “diversity” portfolio has been abolished from the council’s cabinet. From next year no more funding will be given to the town’s “Gay Pride” event, on the grounds that people do not need to parade their sexuality, whatever it may be, at taxpayers’ expense. Black History Month, International Women’s Day and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History Month are similarly destined to become history.

Council funding of translation services for immigrants has been scrapped because he believes incomers should take the trouble to learn English. Officials have been ordered to abandon bureaucratic gobbledegook language. Davies is saving the taxpayers £80,000 by disaffiliating from the pointless Local Government Association and the Local Government Information Unit. He aims to abolish all non-jobs on the council, as epitomised by “community cohesion officers”. He is taking advice from the Taxpayers’ Alliance and the Campaign Against Political Correctness.

Davies’s views are calculated to put Harriet Harridan into intensive care for six months. He disregards all “green claptrap”, is creating more parking spaces to encourage traffic in the town for the benefit of business (”I’m not green and I’m not conned by global warming”). He has asked the Electoral Commission to reduce the number of Doncaster’s councillors from 63 to 21 (”If Pittsburgh can manage with nine councillors, why do we need 63?”).

You may be feeling disorientated, overcome by a surreal sensation, on hearing such extraordinary, unprecedented views. They are the almost forgotten, forcibly extinguished voice of sanity which most people had thought forever excised from British politics. These policies are common sense, which is something we have not experienced in any council chamber, still less the House of Commons, in decades. The establishment is moving heaven and earth to discredit and obstruct Davies. He is that ultimate embarrassment: the boy who reveals that the Emperor has no clothes.

If it is good enough for Doncaster, it is good enough for Britain. Our effete, corrupt, politically correct politicians must be compelled to follow suit. Once upon a time, such policies would have been axiomatic in the Tory Party. In the Cameron-occupied Conservative Party of today they are regarded as anathema. There has to be an inflexible public will to enforce the country’s wishes on the political class under pain of ejection from public life. That is the sole agenda for the next general election. The mainstream parties, as currently constituted, are no longer electable.

Gerald Warner is an author, broadcaster, columnist and polemical commentator who writes about politics, religion, history, culture and society in general.



Monday, September 14, 2009

United America Stands

Glenn Beck's 9 principles and 12 values,

The nine principles:

1. America is good.
2. I believe in God and He is the Center of my Life.
3. I must always try to be a more honest person than I was yesterday.
4. The family is sacred. My spouse and I are the ultimate authority, not the government.
5. If you break the law you pay the penalty. Justice is blind and no one is above it.
6. I have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but there is no guarantee of equal results.
7. I work hard for what I have and I will share it with who I want to. Government cannot force me to be charitable.
8. It is not un-American for me to disagree with authority or to share my personal opinion.
9. The government works for me. I do not answer to them, they answer to me.

The 12 values:

• Honesty
• Reverence
• Hope
• Thrift
• Humility
• Charity
• Sincerity
• Moderation
• Hard Work
• Courage
• Personal Responsibility
• Gratitude

The 9-12 Project.

Friday, September 11, 2009

9/11 Tribute - NEVER FORGET

9/11 Tribute

Kind thanks to Wes:



Thursday, September 10, 2009

Parental Rights , Every Nation on Earth

The United Nations Wants Your Children

Where does Australia stand on this issue? Have we signed? Better start asking Aussies.

If ratified, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child would effectively transfer control of your children to the authoritarian UN:

More info at Parentalrights.org.

thanks to:


UK 's - Epic Fail

TWENTY convicted Islamic terrorists freed from jail early - with 75 more on the way

By Rebecca Camber
Last updated at 5:59 PM on 09th September 2009

The men, who have served sentences for offences including planning to kill soldiers and helping suicide bombers, have been placed in hostels across the UK.

Dozens of convicted Islamic terrorists are back on the streets after being freed early from jail.

Taxpayers now face a multi-million pound bill to keep tabs on the dangerous fanatics as 20 are set free and another 75 terrorists are due to be released over the next few years.

Among them are Muslim extremists jailed for offences including planning to kill soldiers, attending terror training camps and helping suicide bombers.

Most of those convicted of terrorism offences received short fixed jail terms and were released after serving two thirds of their sentence.

Due out within three years: Ali Beheshti was imprisoned for firebombing the London home of a published of a book about Mohammed

But because of continuing concerns about the threat they pose to national security, police and intelligence services will have to mount a huge surveillance operation to ensure that they do not plot further atrocities.

At least four of the 20 released recently are said to pose a high risk to the public, requiring 24-hour supervision by police and intelligence agents.

Al Qaeda-trained: Sohail Quresh, jailed for four-and-a-half year, is expected to be released from jail next month, when he will move to a hostel

A fifth high risk offender, due to be released later this year will be placed in a hostel in the South East.

But police and probation staff fear they will be stretched to the limit by the release of almost 100 terrorists in the coming years.

The news comes after three British-born Muslims were convicted on Monday of trying to blow up seven transatlantic airlines using liquid bombs disguised as soft drinks in a plot to rival 9/11.

Although they face 40 years in jail, other bomb plotters are already free.

A web comment:

This really makes me question what the Government are really up to? Are they trying to deliberately stir tensions and civil riots? It really does look that way. No-one in their right mind would release these extremely ignorant and dangerous idiots.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

1969 was a good year

1969 camaro burnout

Yenko Aluminum 427 Powered 1969 Camaro

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Monday, September 07, 2009

GB interview with David Horowitz....

Glenn Beck’s awesome interview with ex-Communist and Frontpage editor, David Horowitz


thanks to:



Sep 05, 2009 04:39 pm | davidforsmark

Australia's Black Hole

Coming Soon, their working on it.


The Classic Failure of Gun Control

Welcome to Australia

Alarm at guns on Melbourne's streets

Mark Buttler, chief police reporter

September 07, 2009 12:00am

THE number of guns on Melbourne streets has alarmed senior police who fear innocent bystanders could be shot dead.

Taskforce Santiago head Det Insp Steve Dennis said young would-be gangsters were arming themselves like never before.

"We're absolutely concerned with the number of handguns. They don't understand the consequences," Det Insp Dennis said.

"Firearms are just so prevalent at the moment. People just seem to be arming themselves and they don't hesitate to use firearms.

Guns in the Wrong Hands!! Crims & Psychos don't obey the law.

"They're indiscriminate with the way they use them. The potential for someone to be hit by a ricochet is quite high."

Taskforce Santiago has confiscated dozens of pistols as it investigates criminal networks operating mostly in the northern and western suburbs.

Investigators have made arrests in 18 of the 19 non-fatal shootings since the taskforce was established last October.

The latest incidents to come under scrutiny from Taskforce Santiago include:

TWO people arrested over the weekend for a kidnapping in which a woman was held at gunpoint for five hours.

A VOLLEY of shots fired at a man in Newport last week.

SHOTS fired into a car containing two men at a McDonald's restaurant in Altona North last month.

MORE shots fired in public in Broadmeadows last month.

A LOADED pistol found at a Roxburgh Park house during a drug search.

Most of those carrying weapons were men aged between 18 and 30.

Det Insp Dennis said incidents such as that at Altona North could easily have ended in tragedy for combatants or innocent bystanders.

Taskforce Santiago was set up after months of bloodshed.

Many wounded victims were dumped by their attackers at the Northern Hospital.

Much of the taskforce's work originally revolved around one northern suburbs family and their associates, but Det Insp Dennis said this had spread to cover a range of loose criminal networks operating in the northern and western suburbs.

"The focus now is on organised crime," he said.