31 May 2011

Non-white immigrants continue to commit 100% of violent rapes in Oslo

For the fifth year in a row, 100% of all violent rapes committed in Oslo were committed by non-white immigrants. Among ethnic Scandinavians, rape is extremely rare. However, it is common among immigrant populations.



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The changing face of America: Time-lapse map reveals how non-whites will become the majority in U.S. within 30 years

Minority groups were behind an unprecedented 90 per cent of total U.S. population growth since 2000, due to immigration and higher Latino birth rates. Says it all really. Below is a time-lapse map - from 1990 until 2040  (predicted 2020-2040) which shows the 'browning' of America. By the year 2040, the majority of Americans will be people of colour - the minorities will have become the majority and still the USA is in denial about their imminent race problem. From 90% White to being a minority...democracy gone wrong? You can only wonder what the Founding Fathers think of what liberals have done to the country.

How it was: In 1990 the vast majority of counties were 'less than 40 per cent people of colour'


Growth in the West: The change is noticeable in the western states as more communities have greater than 50 per cent 'people of colour'


Where we are: An African-American drift away from the Mid-West has coincided with a huge growth of Hispanics in the South-West


Looking to the future: In the next ten years the trends will continue, with more non-white people domination populations of U.S. counties


Twenty years on: 'People of colour' is an all-inclusive term to describe people who hail from black, Hispanic/Latino and Asian ethnic backgrounds


National majority: By 2042, the U.S. will be a majority of people of colour. This changing map was produced by PolicyLink, a national research agency


By the year 2040, the majority of Americans will be people of colour - the minorities will have become the majority.

A fascinating new time-lapse map shows the increase in the non-white population across the decades.

It starts with 1990 and then predicts up to 2020, 2030 and 2040.

The map, titled the Map of America's Tomorrow, was produced by PolicyLink, a national research agency dedicated to social equity.

It illustrates what theroot.com calls the decade-by-decade 'browning' of America.

It is said to be the first visual representation of its kind of the country's racial future.

The all-inclusive term is used to describe ther growth of the populations of blacks, Hispanics/Latinos and Asians.

Angela Glover Blackwell, the Founder & CEO of PolicyLink, said: 'This map makes crystal clear just how dramatically the face of America is changing – and how quickly.'

'Already, nearly half of all young people are of color, and by 2040, people of color will become our nation's majority.

'Clearly, this snapshot of our future has struck a chord, leaving no doubt that we must invest in and start building the foundation of tomorrow's America today. Let's start now.'

The map, however, is causing some controversy.

One commenter said: 'What a joke! This does not compare population density. This does not differentiate between Native Indians, Blacks, Mexican's, Chinese etc... etc... This is just some few people's wild guess put out for what reason!

'This map appears to me to be a hate stimulator. Nothing more.'

Another commentator added: 'I am Chinese American and I objected to the grouping under Asian as coloured ... Chinese, Japanese and Koreans are not coloured. Our complexion is white if not whiter than caucasians.'

Miss Blackwell said: 'Today, nearly half of all children are kids of color.

'By definition, if they don't succeed, the nation won't succeed.

'Many in the still-majority white population and political establishment don't see themselves reflected in the faces of America's children.

'They are talking far more about slashing Medicaid and education funding than investing in the dreams and needs of our children.

'Too many who have achieved success for themselves now want to pull up the ladder behind them.

'The results are obvious - people of colour are disproportionately saddled with high poverty rates, failing schools, poor health, and under-invested communities.

'But these challenges don't only affect communities of colour.

'White families that rely on the public education system struggle with these nationwide school budget squeezes. White college students are graduating with six-figure debt. 'That's no way to run a country.'

Two months ago new census maps and data was released showing the stark geographical divide between America's black and Hispanic populations as they become increasingly concentrated on opposite ends of the country.

The U.S. black and Hispanic populations are mostly concentrated in the South - but whereas the black population is centred in the Southeast, Hispanics are mostly in the Southwest.

The biggest general population rises were in the Southwest and Southeast, but the largest falls came in the Midwest, according to 2010 Census Bureau data.

Although Hispanics are concentrated in the Southwest, other areas of the South such as Alabama have posted significant gains in Hispanic population share.

In many South states, the Hispanic population has doubled on ten years ago, with Hispanics outstripping whites for the first time in New Mexico - 46 to 40 per cent.

The Census 2010 statistics showed the number of Hispanics in the U.S. reached 50million in 2010, with one in every six Americans now a Latino.

They now represent 16 per cent of the U.S. population of 309million.

Minority groups were behind an unprecedented 90 per cent of total U.S. population growth since 2000, due to immigration and higher Latino birth rates.

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In jail: Zimbabwe police sergeant who dared to use Robert Mugabe's loo

Whatever you do, don't use a toilet reserved for Mugabe. A Zimbabwean police sergeant found this out the hard way and will soon be facing court on suspicion of invading the presidential privy. This from Mugabe who many Africans saw as the champion of the underdog and African hero. The only problem is that once Mugabe got into power - and as many 'liberation' fighters do - he forgot who put him in office and is clinging to power at all costs. If that means killing thousands of rival tribesmen then so be it. If it means impoverishing and starving his people then so be it. If it means imprisoning a police officer for using the wrong toilet then so be it. Mugabe is a bully-boy thug, who uses his own army and police force to do his dirty work - all so that he can live the life of the African king he thinks he is. The only way for his tyranny to end is for the Zimbabwean people to change the status quo and until they do many more people will be arrested and imprisoned for these very serious crimes they're committing - like using the wrong toilet or perhaps owning a successful farm. Welcome to Mugabe's Africa - I hope all those westerners who backed Mugabe in the 1980s are enjoying the fruits of their labour. Mugabe has spat in your liberal faces and now the beast is out of control. But hey liberals, you can now turn your attention to your next little liberal flavor of the month project - the Arab Spring!

Hat tip: Julian B


When the call of nature comes, it cannot always be denied. Few have answered it in such anunfortunate fashion as Alois Mabhunu.

While on duty at a trade fair, the Zimbabwean police sergeant could not hold on and allegedly dashed to the nearest toilet – disastrously, it transpired, as it was reserved for President Robert Mugabe.

He was arrested and imprisoned on suspicion of invading the presidential privy.

The incident happened at the annual Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in the western city of Bulawayo, according to local radio station VOP.

Under the headline "Never Use Toilet Reserved For President!" VOP's website reported that Mabhunu was on duty during the fair's official opening by Mugabe and Jean-Louis Ekra, the president of Afreximbank.

"Mabhunu, due to the call of nature, rushed to the toilets reserved for Mugabe and his guest Ekra, but was stopped by other officers guarding the toilets," VOP said.

"Under intense pressure from the call of nature, the officer forced his way in and managed to relieve himself. He was arrested on 7 May after a report was made to Mugabe's security men and to senior police officers in the city."

Mabhunu, a murder detective, is in police detention at barracks on the outskirts of Bulawayo. The legality of the case against him was challenged by Beatrice Mtetwa, a leading Zimbabwean human rights lawyer.

"There has to be a law saying the toilet is the president's, but this was a public one," she said. "They will have had to issue a proclamation in the government gazette specifying it. I bet they didn't do that."

Mugabe's personal space – and reputation as father of the independent nation – are fiercely protected. Several motorists are said to have been assaulted by his security personnel for not giving way to the presidential motorcade.

In March, Douglas Mwonzora, a leading member of the Movement for Democratic Change, was waiting for a court session to start when he looked at a portrait of Mugabe and said: "How are you, father? How is your health?"

This was greeted with mirth in the courtroom but he was charged with insulting the president, an offence punishable by up to a year in prison.

Another man will go on trial next month charged with posting an offensive message on Facebook.

Vikas Mavhudzi allegedly wrote on prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai's 'wall': "What happened in Egypt is sending shockwaves to all dictators around the world. No weapon but unity of purpose. Worth emulating, hey."

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Live aid and a PM who sounds like a callow teenager in an Oxfam kaftan

A really worthwhile article by Melanie Phillips. Ms Phillips doesn't pull any punches and is brimming over with common sense - which many western governments seem to lose the minute they get into office. In this piece she tackles Mr Spineless Cameron - Prime Minister of England and also the fairy godmother of third-world foreign aid. Mr Cameron appears to be a liberal wolf in conservative sheep's clothing. Time will show him up for the socialist and redistributor of wealth that he is. Cameron believes that in order to put the wrongs to right in the world, you need to pay for it with 30 pieces of silver - code for shafting the UK tax payer. Ms Phillips has a wonderful knack of hitting the nail on the head - just a pity it isn't Mr Cameron's head.

Hat tip: Mark and H
Passionate pledge: But David Cameron has discovered that there is a body of opinion against his aid plans

David Cameron is clearly experiencing an unwelcome initiation into what might be dubbed the iceberg school of politics.

You’re steaming confidently along at the bridge of the good ship HMS Government when all of a sudden — wallop!

You’ve hit an iceberg which threatens to sink the ship — and because it was below the waves and your navigational instruments were a bit wonky, you had no idea it was there.

To Mr Cameron’s obvious surprise and irritation, just such an issue has suddenly reared up in the shape of overseas aid.

This was surely just about the last issue on the Prime Ministerial horizon. NHS reform, tuition fees, how to prop up Nick Clegg as the Tories’ human shield — these are creating the obvious turbulence through which the Prime Minister is having to steer.

But who would have thought overseas aid would turn into such a hazard?

After all, so confident was Mr Cameron that the aid programme would demonstrate the bleeding heart of the Tory Party that he ring-fenced a planned increase in such aid to 0.7 per cent of national output, or some £4 billion extra per year.

Yet now, he has discovered that there is an enormous block of public opinion passionately against it. And he appeared not to know it was there until this newspaper — and, ahem, this columnist — caused it to rise above the surface.

As I observed last week, the issue suddenly burst into public view on BBC TV’s Question Time, when I remarked that, at a time of cuts in public services, the money earmarked for overseas aid would be better spent at home.

I added that, far from alleviating global poverty, such aid actually made things worse, since it was so often used by tyrannical regimes to keep people in destitution and oppression.

Surprise, surprise, my observations were booed by the Question Time audience. But as I revealed last week, after that show I was swamped by messages — the vast majority in support of what I had said.

Well, if I had received a huge response after Question Time, I was all but submerged after writing last week’s column. Message after message said the same thing: ‘ . . . can’t understand how the Government can do this . . . Britain is broke and charity begins at home . . . money not helping the needy but propping up corrupt governments . . . most of us think like this . . . how can they be so out of touch . . . please carry on saying it like it is.’

Some of this reaction now appears finally to have got the attention of the Government’s advisers. For Mr Cameron chose the G8 summit to launch an equally passionate defence of his overseas aid programme.

But dear oh dear. He came across with all the maturity and wisdom of a callow teenager in an Oxfam-shop kaftan, singing along with Bob Geldof’s Feed The World in the belief that Live Aid would make poverty history, as the saying goes.

Indeed, the Prime Minister actually referred to his young self watching the Live Aid concert in 1985, and reiterated that he would not renege on aid promises made by world leaders at the Gleneagles summit six years ago.

Yet just weeks ahead of that 2005 conference, where Africa topped the agenda, the International Monetary Fund had published a report entitled ‘Aid Will Not Lift Growth in Africa’.

It would be comforting to discover that the Prime Minister’s views had matured somewhat from his earlier naivety. Alas, apparently not. For he proceeded to trot out the vacuous (and unpleasantly intimidating) cliché that this aid was all about ‘saving lives’ by vaccinating children against diarrhoea, stopping preventable diseases and saving mothers’ lives in childbirth.

For heaven’s sake, does he take us all for abject idiots? We know that the principal destination for UK taxpayers’ aid money is India, which has its own space programme, its own nuclear programme — and even its own foreign aid programme.

As for Africa, whose problems are indeed legion, many experts attest to the fact that aid programmes have made those difficulties far worse.

According to Dambisa Moyo, a former Goldman Sachs economist, aid programmes have left African countries more debt-laden, more inflation-prone, more vulnerable to the vagaries of the currency markets and more likely to experience conflict and unrest. ‘Aid’, she declared, ‘is an unmitigated political, economic and humanitarian disaster.’

Far from saving lives, aid is too often used to end many lives, with warlords stealing it to enable them to slaughter more people.

In her devastating book War Games, which details the regular abuse of international aid programmes, journalist Linda Polman reported that the £90 million raised by the 1985 Live Aid concerts was used by the Ethiopian regime to lure starving villagers into camps — from where around 600,000 were deported and 100,000 subsequently perished along the way.

Despite such a welter of disturbing evidence, Mr Cameron claimed that if we didn’t send aid to countries such as Somalia or Afghanistan, we would end up paying the price of terrorism, crime and mass migration from such countries.

Yet his own Department for International Development was forced to block further British aid to Afghanistan after a secret U.S. government report revealed that nearly £1 billion of international aid had gone missing through institutionalised corruption.

Now, the Prime Minister has further announced plans to funnel £110 million of taxpayers’ cash to Egypt, Tunisia and Middle Eastern countries over the next four years to develop democracy after the so-called ‘Arab Spring’.

But this ‘Spring’ could well turn into a very bleak ‘Winter’. The belief that because such people are demonstrating against tyranny the outcome will be democratic and free societies is naive to the point of imbecility.

The fact is that no one knows just who will emerge on top from such convulsions in the Arab world. Mr Cameron could well end up using British taxpayers’ money to fund the emergence of yet more Islamist regimes deeply hostile to the West.

And all this when, despite the fact that British forces are currently fighting and dying to protect the West against such aggression, the defence budget is actually being cut.
To put the tin lid on it, the big-hearted British people already give more to overseas charities than any people in the world apart from the Americans. The UK is spending twice as much on foreign aid as a share of national wealth as the average spent by the world’s leading economies.

The British donate more to humanitarian causes than anyone else in Europe. On average, they give twice as much as the Norwegians, three times more than the Belgians, six times more than the Germans and seven times more than the French.

Indeed, when personal contributions are added to state donations, Britain gives 0.8 per cent of total output to charitable causes — an even larger total, in other words, than the Government’s professed aim.

So why isn’t this magnificent effort of donations from the public factored into Mr Cameron’s thinking? Why does he imply that the British conscience can only be exercised through government spending — entitling him to fleece the public of yet another £4 billion of their money?

The answer, of course, is that this has precious little to do with relieving need among the wretched of the earth — and everything to do instead with the most cynical kind of political posturing.

But as with other semi-submerged ‘iceberg’ issues — such as immigration, the EU or human rights — overseas aid is where the political elite either ignores or sneers at the common sense in which public opinion is rooted.

The anger that has now surfaced over international aid is the anger of a public which finds itself disenfranchised by the contempt and absence of humility of the political class — of which, alas, the Prime Minister’s recent outburst but the latest example.

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30 May 2011

'Is it 'cos I'm black?'

Formula One driver, Lewis Hamilton, has lowered himself to using the race card as cover for his poor driving performances of late. As per usual, any time a Black sportsman is in strife, his first reach is the race one - because, you know, the ENTIRE White world is against them. Thankfully, Whites appear to be getting slightly tired of the oft-repeated 'it's because I'm Black?' mantra. So, what's the correct way of dealing with this form of bullying? Well, the way the F1 governing body did. They matched his accusation with the threat of charging him with bringing the sport into disrepute. Amazingly Mr Hamilton back-tracked and said he was only joking. The race wheel is turning, but it doesn't mean they won't keep trying - after all, there's always a new batch of young, fresh minds to indoctrinate in the on-going game of race-card accusations...


Lewis Hamilton appeared to accuse Monaco Grand Prix officials of racism in a furious tirade yesterday after he was given penalties over two incidents.

After being called to see the stewards regarding the second penalty, the Formula One star said: ‘It’s an absolute fricking joke. I’ve been to see the stewards five times out of six this season.

‘Maybe it’s because I’m black. That’s what Ali G says. I don’t know,’ he added.

However, it wasn’t long before Hamilton was forced into a humiliating retraction and apology after F1’s governing body, the FIA, suggested he could be charged with bringing the sport into disrepute.

It led to a further meeting with race stewards where the 26-year-old tried to repair the damage.
He added afterwards: ‘What I said was a bit of a joke, which wasn’t funny at the time.

'I made them [the stewards] aware that when emotions are high, and it’s very intense at the end of those kind of races, you don’t always say the right thing, and the joke didn’t come at the most appropriate time.’
‘So I went there, made that clear to them – we’ve made our peace.’

Ali G, the comic creation of Sacha Baron Cohen, was famous for using the catchphrase ‘Is it ’cos I is black’ when criticised or censured.

During the race Hamilton was given a penalty for a brush with Felipe Massa, which led to the Brazilian crashing out, and a further 20-second penalty when he clashed with Pastor Maldonado.

Afterwards, Hamilton added: ‘These drivers are absolutely fricking ridiculous. It’s stupid.’
Dejected: Lewis Hamilton asked 'is it 'cos I'm black?' after he was hit with penalty points in the Monaco GP yesterday
Mr Race-Sensitive, Lewis Hamilton

Hay Festival 2011: Henning Mankell blames Zimbabwe's white farmers

Here's an inventive way to raise awareness for books you’ve authored - just grab onto a controversial subject of the day and spew forth - whether it's true or not. Some Swedish author, who I've thankfully never heard of, has decided that the White farmers of Zimbabwe are to blame for the plight of the country today. And here we were under the impression that Mugabe and his failed policies were to blame but luckily Mr Liberal Tosser has come to the rescue and blamed Whitey again. Henning Mankell, who has lived in Africa for 25 years - apparently with his eyes closed the entire time - says that if only the farmers hadn't been arrogant and negotiated with Mugabe in the early 1980s then none of the subsequent events would have happened – events which have ruined the country (I somehow don't think Mr Mankell's lift goes to the top floor and he may be one short of a six pack). Mr Mankell should rather stick to writing fiction and leave history to the big people before he hurts himself. In any case, I suppose I should point out a few things to Mr Mankell that he's missed whilst living in his African bubble. Firstly, what exactly should the farmers have done back in the 1980s? The farmers had invested in their property, grown profitable crops, created jobs and provided taxation revenue for the country. In essence, they were the backbone of the economy and country. In comparison, Black subsistence farmers only grow for the next month's crop, invest nothing, and earn nothing. Just barely survive. Do you honestly think that the farmers should have just handed over their hard work to some savage war veterans, fresh out of the bush? Here's a scenario for you in lay terms (hopefully you can understand this, so read it slowly): You write a book that takes 5 years hard work and research to complete. Along comes a bully and tells you that the book is now his to do with as he pleases. According to you, you'd sit back and accept it without a fight because you’re that type of guy? Secondly, Zimbabwe is a huge country. If Mugabe wanted to appease his 'war' veterans, then he could have given them thousands of hectares of unused land for their farms. Why didn't he? Why target established, successful farms, belonging to White farmers? Thirdly, why is Zimbabwe the hell-hole it is today if the majority of the successful farms have been in the war veteran’s hands for over a decade? These weren't virgin farms, but huge, successful enterprises already trading with the rest of the world. You see Mr Mankell - Mugabe is actually doing fine. He has achieved his goal. He has an impoverished, desperate, starving nation who are only too grateful for any handouts they receive from him; and in thanks, they will do anything he wants of them so that they and their children don't starve. If you're still unsure of why Zimbabwe happened then wonder no more - Zimbabwe is the end result of Marxism. So, Mr Mankell, if it makes you sell a few more books to your fellow-liberal plonkers, then you go right ahead and keep repeating your lies. Me? I'll just keep fighting the good fight by exposing your type as the hypocrites you are. Oh, and Mr Mankell – I hope nothing happens to the next ‘Gaza Flotilla’ you board. We would surely miss your witty, stimulating intellect.

Hat tip: Julian B


Henning Mankell
The delusional, Henning Mankell
 
White farmers in Zimbabwe must shoulder the blame for the plight of Zimbabwe, according to one of the world's best-selling authors.

Henning Mankell, creator of the Wallander detective series, has lived in Africa for the past 25 years. The Swedish writer is known for his strident political views and told an audience at Hay that Robert Mugabe should not be painted as the sole villain of the piece.
Since 2000, Mugabe has systematically seized land from the country's white farmers, precipitating the country's economic collapse.
In a provocative talk, Mankell said: "In the early 1980s, every year Mugabe went and talked to white farmers and said, 'It's necessary for us to sit down and talk about the farms here'. And the reaction he got from white farmers was absolutely none. He tried year after year after year, and the only thing he was met by was arrogance. In the end, it became a very bad situation.
"I think when history is written, the white farmers at the beginning of the 1980s also have to take responsibility and blame for what really happened. Otherwise, when history is written people will believe that Mugabe was always crazy. He was not.

"Of course, today I hope that someone takes him out of the position he's in because he is destroying the country. But if white farmers had listened to him at the start of the 1980s, I think the situation for Zimbabwe would have been much better."

Mankell is also a noted pro-Palestinian activist and was on the Gaza flotilla that was attacked by Israeli forces in May last year, leaving nine activists dead.

Despite the risks, he plans to join another flotilla this year. "I can tell you there will be another flotilla and I will go with it again because the Palestinians need all the support we can give them," he said.

"There will be some politicians on board. There are no politicians from Britain yet but I can assure you we could find space for them."

Mankell's fictional detective was brought to life by the BBC in a series starring Kenneth Branagh. The 63-year-old author said he was exasperated by literary critics who dismissed crime writing as a lesser form of writing.

He said: "It's a bit embarrassing that I have to explain to these guys that crime fiction is one of the oldest literary genres that exists. Go back 2,000 years to Greece and a story called Medea - a woman who murders her two children out of jealousy for her husband. If that's not a crime story, I don't know what is."

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UK Protests South African Crime

This protest took place back on 14 May in London, but it's heartening to see that there are some ex-South Africans, living in the UK, who still care about the people living in South Africa - especially the farmers. Which other country has lost over 3000 farmers since 1994 and has not has a peep of coverage from the international media? For any other country, having over 3000 farmers murdered - most tortured to death - this would be a national crisis and possible genocide, but for the ANC government this is all part of their bigger plan to target and hound the White population out of existence. The ANC mentality at the best of times isn't exactly  one of intelligence, so they don't see the danger of having no one able to grow food for their ever-expanding, low-skilled population. One day the masses may finally wake up and admit that the White man wasn't the enemy, because, let's face it, the Blacks are suffering even worse under the ANC. As I see it, there are 3 options for White South Africans: 1. Emigrate; 2. Accept what's happening and live with it; 3. Push for their own homeland in the Cape, where no Blacks lived historically. Option 3 will probably never happen because: 1. The ANC will never allow it under their government; 2. The majority of Whites are still in a 'rainbow' nation daze - as long as they have their braai (BBQ) and rugby on TV, then life is good.

Hat tip: Mark &H


More than 400 protesters marched in downtown London Saturday afternoon to bring attention to the out-of-control crime situation in South Africa.

The march started in Piccadilly Circus in downtown London. Protesters, mostly South African ex-pats and Brits, wore red t-shirts to symbolize the blood split in the thousands of violent crimes that have taken place since the ANC took over the country in 1994.

The color red took on a second meaning, according to rally coordinator Ivan Cornelius. “The color in itself also means STOP, as in ‘stop the crime’,” he said.

While the theme of the rally was to raise international awareness of all crime in South Africa and not only against one section of the population, some protesters did carry posters highlighting the fact that more than 3,400 White farmers have been killed in the country. Cornelius himself created a large white cross with the words, “Stop Farm Murders: 3400″ written on it.

The hour-long static march ended in front of the South African embassy, where placards and white crosses representing crime victims were placed on its doorstep.

South African news outlet SABC, which is run by the ANC-run government, briefly reported on the rally, incorrectly putting the number of protesters at 250.

Saturday’s march marks the second protest against South African crime this month, the first being a silent rally against Boer Genocide which was held last weekend.

Because that rally focused specifically on Boer Genocide, the flags of the old Boer Republics, the Transvaal and Orange Free State, were flown. Saturday’s rally was about all crime in South Africa and only the flag of the “new” South Africa was allowed to be flown.



Both rallies were peaceful events, with a small police showing at Saturday’s event and no law enforcement present at the one held last weekend.

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New Zealand: Research debunks Maori abuse

How do you let the Maori's feel good about the way they abuse their kids? Well, 'researchers' have come up with a novel way - just blame the European settlers. Apparently, prior to the evil Europeans arriving and civilising the country, the Maori's considered their children as gifts from god and the whanau - or extended family - shunned child abuse; therefore making them model parents compared to the abuse happening today and for which the Europeans are ultimately to blame 200 years later. It's worked for the Australian Aborigines so why not the Maori's? The only problem is that history doesn't quite back up this fantasy of child-loving Maori parents as female infanticide was widely practised in those days. Now, I'm not sure about you, but killing your child because it's the wrong sex doesn't exactly make me think of model parents. The researchers also relied on oral histories and lullabies to support their research - which somehow doesn't exactly fill me with much hope as to the accuracy. What else can Europeans be blamed for? Let me count the ways.....But, hey, as long as Maori's now have SOMEONE to blame other than themselves, then all is right in the world. Gone are the days when you took personal responsibility for your actions - isn't it just wonderful to be able to blame someone else, especially in the liberal lala land that we're forced to live in? How long before Maori's use this 'research' to defend their criminal actions in court? It's only a matter of time and who can blame them? After all, it's not their fault.....

Hat tip: Andrew



A new parenting programme targeted at Maori tells them they are inherently loving and nurturing caregivers and family violence has arisen only because of European missionaries.

The Office of the Children's Commissioner is releasing its "Maori Parenting" report on Thursday in a bid to curb violence.

Prior to Europeans arriving, the report says children were considered gifts from the gods and whanau shunned child abuse.

The researchers suggested abuse arose only after Maori were introduced to corporal punishment in missionary-run classrooms.

Te Kahui Mana Ririki, the child advocacy group which commissioned the research, has reported a reduction in child abuse after running workshops based on its findings.

Chair Dr Hone Kaa said Maori parents were able to see themselves in a much more positive light. "It will serve to demonstrate to Maori they don't have to believe they're inherently violent," he said.

Maori children were taught by Europeans that bad behaviour should be punished by physical violence, he said. This steered away from the traditional idea children were tapu and discipline should be avoided because it tamed the child's spirit.

Te Kahui Mana Ririki director Anton Blank said Maori should be taught to revert back to these traditional child-rearing practices. He said this model moves away from Pakeha-determined programmes for Maori families. "Maori people want to see their own culture reflected in programmes. This is uniquely Maori and is based on our history and legends. It gives us a whole lot of values that possibly many of us didn't realise we had."

Plans are under way for Plunket to pilot the programme in Hamilton. The report researched the treatment of children using oral histories, poems, and European observations.

It traced Maori history from the separation of Ranginui the Sky Father and Papatuanuku the Earth Mother through to early Europeans' reports of children's relationships with whanau.

Researchers found children were treated with loving care and indulged. "The father was devotedly fond of his children and they were his pride and delight," the report found. "Children would entwine themselves around their father's neck for an entire day, asleep or awake, as a constant companion." This instilled love, security, and confidence into Maori children.

Lead researcher Margaret Mountain Harte hoped the findings could be introduced in school curriculums to educate Maori teens. "It's empowering for me. The whole warrior culture was balanced by the nurturing one," she said.
However, the report has been criticised for painting too rosy a picture of pre-European times. Maori history professor Paul Moon, of Auckland University of Technology, dismissed the idea abuse began after the Europeans came. "The proposition that missionaries introduced violence, it's one of those allegations that entered the historical bloodstream and once it's in that bloodstream, it's hard to get out. I would want to see evidence."

He cited the fact Maori girls were sometimes killed because they were considered less useful than males. "If children were treated as sacred items, how do you explain female infanticide?" Moon said the report's reliance on oral histories and lullabies also raised doubts over its reliability.

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27 May 2011

Lite moments...

What do you want for your headstone?



UK: Four Muslims who battered man for teaching RE to girls jailed for being 'a danger due to their extreme religious beliefs'

What do you do when you don't like what a teacher is teaching? Well, if you happen to be Muslim, then you try to bash and stab them to death. This is the progressive society the west lives in today, held to hostage by a group of backward, radical wannabee invaders, who take exception at the drop of a hat. Seems that they have nothing better to do than to plot to kill anyone who they perceive as a threat to their wonderful religion of hate peace. It seems the more we go forward as a civilisation, the more backward certain sectors remain. Geneticists are correct and first cousins really should not procreate. This is the result.

Hat tip: Mark & H

Fundamentalist mob: The gang smashed Gary Smith over the head with a concrete block and iron rod

He was an ‘able, enthusiastic and popular’ religious education teacher who loved his job at an inner-city girls’ school.

But when a gang of Islamic extremists decided his lessons for Muslim girls were ‘mocking Islam’, they unleashed a sickening attack on Gary Smith, slashing his face and battering him with such force that his own mother didn’t even recognise him.

Akmol Hussain, 26, Sheikh Rashid, 27, Azad Hussein, 26, and Simon Alam, 19, ambushed the 38-year-old as he walked to work because they did not approve of a non-Muslim teacher giving lessons on religion to Hussain’s niece.

In a ten-minute attack, the fundamentalist mob smashed him over the head with a concrete block and iron rod and slashed his face from the corner of his mouth to his right ear with a Stanley knife. They punched and kicked him in the stomach, head and face, before driving away ‘praising Allah’ as they left their victim covered in blood and unconscious with a fractured skull and shattered jaw.

The Jihadi fanatics thought they had got away with it. But, following suspicions of a terrorist plot, the security services had planted a bug in their car that recorded them snarling: ‘This is the dog we want to hit, to strike, to kill.’

Despite the ferocity of the attack, Mr Smith was back in the classroom yesterday as his attackers were given an indeterminate sentence for public protection.

Sentencing the gang at Snaresbrook Crown Court to at least 19 years behind bars for grievous bodily harm with intent, Judge John Hand QC told them: ‘If you think that people around you in society present an insult or threat to God then you will not hesitate in attacking again.’

MI5 considered the gang such a threat to national security that they asked the Home Secretary for permission to plant a covert recording device in Hussain’s car. But it wasn’t until detectives listened to the tapes after the assault in July last year that they were arrested.

Popular teacher: Gary Smith, 38, has been left traumatised after he was attacked by four men in East London
Gary Smith
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The Difference Between a Leader and a Narcissist

In case you can't bear to listen to Obamabi's speech, here's the transcript:

"I I I me me me Pock-i-stan me me me myself me I."



'Racist' Australia compared to Apartheid South Africa by UN Human Rights commissioner

Ah, the UN and their little "Human Rights" campaigners who flit around the globe and preach to first world countries about how to treat non-White people. Navi Pillay, a UN Human Rights Commissioner, is concerned about Australia's treatment of 'asylum' seekers. Ms Pillay, a former anti-Apartheid campaigner (says it all really) and a South African, is another useful idiot and it's time to point out a few things to her. Firstly, the UN has countries like Angola, Cameroon, China, Congo, Cuba, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Libya, Mauritania, Qatar, Russia and Saudi Arabia on their Human Rights Council and you expect me to take your opinion seriously? Seriously?? Secondly, go pick on a country that really has no human rights, like Cuba, before coming to a White western country, where you get to stay in top hotels, drive in luxury vehicles and experience first class treatment. Hey, here's an even better idea - why don't you go to Zimbabwe, just the other side of your homeland and rant at Mugabe?? Let's see how serious you really are about human rights. Thirdly, the intervention policy for Aborigines that you pull your nose up at, is for their own good. It curbs them from spending their welfare money on alcohol, which is a huge problem in their community. This, in turn, helps to stop the rampant child sexual abuse - which, according to Bleeding-Heart Pillay, is not a good thing. Yeah, rather give Aborigines free money so they can booze it up and rape kids! Pillay says she could sense the deep hurt and pain that the Aborigines have suffered because of government policies that are imposed on them. Funny, but there a many true Aborigines that think the intervention is a good thing - but what would they know, right? Give me a break, you stupid liberal marxist communist. Bugger off back to Africa, where you can go lecture your own ANC government about human rights - a government which turns a blind eye to all the corruption, nepotism, crime, genocide and abuse going on in that country. Australia can look after herself, and believe it or not, without your help.

Navi Pillay said that Australia's long-standing policies of locking up asylum seekers had 'cast a shadow over Australia's human rights record'
Bleeding heart, Navi Pillay

The United Nations' top human rights watchdog has attacked Australia's tough refugee policies and the treatment of outback Aborigines, saying there was a strong undercurrent of racism in the country.           

According to UN Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay, long-standing policies of locking up asylum seekers had 'cast a shadow over Australia's human rights record', and appeared to be completely arbitrary.

'I come from South Africa and lived under this, and am every way attuned to seeing racial discrimination,' she said.

The 69-year-old is a former anti-apartheid campaigner and international criminal court judge, and she was speaking to reporters at the end of a six-day visit.

'There is a racial discriminatory element here which I see as rather inhumane treatment of people, judged by their differences, racial, colour or religions,' she said yesterday.

Before she left Pillay held talks with Prime Minister Julia Gillard and expressed deep concern about the minority Labor government's latest plan to send hundreds of asylum seekers to Malaysia for refugee processing, hoping to appease voter concern about asylum seekers arriving by boat.
The government has been struggling to handle the flow of illegal immigrants and earlier this month said it had struck a deal with Kuala Lumpur to ensure asylum-seekers caught heading to Australia would be sent to Malaysia, which is not a signatory of the U.N. refugee convention.   

More than 900 people, mostly from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Sri Lanka, have arrived in Australia so far this year.

A total of 134 boats carrying 6,535 people turned up last year, prompting the government to harden immigration policy.               

While Pillay's criticism may cause Australia some discomfort internationally, it is unlikely to convince Gillard or her conservative political opponents to change tack, given polls showing wide voter concern about border security.

She also criticised an 'intervention' policy.

It was introduced by the former conservative government and continued by Gillard.

It places controls on welfare spending for Aborigines to help fight alcohol and child sex abuse in remote outback areas.     

'In my discussions with Aboriginal people, I could sense the deep hurt and pain that they have suffered because of government policies that are imposed on them,' she said.          

Australia's 460,000 Aborigines make up about 2 per cent of the population.

They suffer higher rates of unemployment, substance abuse and domestic violence than other Australians, as well as having a 17-year gap in life expectancy.

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Chasing Riches From Africa to Europe and Finding Only Squalor

From Africa to Europe, they bring their same backward behaviour. Black African men, boating to Europe for 'easy' money, only to end up in countries like Spain, where they build their homes out of plastic sheeting and cardboard in the forests outside of big cities. Piles of garbage and flies are everywhere.  Huge surprise there. You only have to look to any Sub-Saharan country to see that this is how Africans prefer to live. They don't build, they don't better their environment and they certainly don't contribute to a higher standard of living. The Black male featured in this article has a college degree apparently and was offered a job as a school teacher in his homeland of Gambia, but he preferred to get on a boat so that he could enrich a European country and shake them down for some easy money. He's lived in his cardboard house for six years and says he's too embarrassed to go home because he hasn't amounted to much. Yeah right, I believe that convient little story. No, he has it too good where he's living - that's the reason he's still there. If it were as bad as he makes it out to be he'd have gone home - embarrassed or not. BTW, socialist Spain has an unemployment rate of 21%, having shed numerous jobs to their Green Gaia dream of windmill energy. I anticipate their "Greek" revolution any day now.

Close your eyes and you could be back in modern-day Africa
PALOS DE LA FRONTERA, Spain — Back home in Gambia, Amadou Jallow was, at 22, a lover of reggae who had just finished college and had landed a job teaching science in a high school.    
 
But Europe beckoned.

In his West African homeland, Mr. Jallow’s salary was the equivalent of just 50 euros a month, barely enough for the necessities, he said. And everywhere in his neighborhood in Serekunda, Gambia’s largest city, there was talk of easy money to be made in Europe.

Now he laughs bitterly about all that talk. He lives in a patch of woods here in southern Spain, just outside the village of Palos de la Frontera, with hundreds of other immigrants. They have built their homes out of plastic sheeting and cardboard, unsure if the water they drink from an open pipe is safe. After six years on the continent, Mr. Jallow is rail thin, and his eyes have a yellow tinge.

“We are not bush people,” he said recently as he gathered twigs to start a fire. “You think you are civilized. But this is how we live here. We suffer here.”

The political upheaval in Libya and elsewhere in North Africa has opened the way for thousands of new migrants to make their way to Europe across the Mediterranean. Already some 25,000 have reached the island of Lampedusa, Italy, and hundreds more have arrived at Malta.

The boats, at first, brought mostly Tunisians. But lately there have been more sub-Saharans.

Experts say thousands more — many of whom have been moving around North Africa trying to get to Europe for years, including Somalis, Eritreans, Senegalese and Nigerians — are likely to follow, sure that a better life awaits them.

But for Mr. Jallow and for many others who arrived before them, often after days at sea without food or water, Europe has offered hardships they never imagined. These days Mr. Jallow survives on two meals a day, mostly a leaden paste made from flour and oil, which he stirs with a branch.
“It keeps the hunger away,” he said.

The authorities estimate that there are perhaps 10,000 immigrants living in the woods in the southern Spanish province of Andalusia, a region known for its crops of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries, and there are thousands more migrants in areas that produce olives, oranges and vegetables. Most of them have stories that echo Mr. Jallow’s.

From the road, their encampments look like igloos tucked among the trees. Up close, the squalor is clear. Piles of garbage and flies are everywhere. Old clothes, stiff from dirt and rain, hang from branches.

“There is everything in there,” said Diego Cañamero, the leader of the farm workers’ union in Andalusia, which tries to advocate for the men. “You have rats and snakes and mice and fleas.”

The men in the woods do not call home with the truth, though. They send pictures of themselves posing next to Mercedes cars parked on the street, the kind of pictures that Mr. Jallow says he fell for so many years ago. Now he shakes his head toward his neighbors, who will not talk to reporters.

“So many lies,” he said. “It is terrible what they are doing. But they are embarrassed.”

Even now, though, Mr. Jallow will not consider going back to Gambia. “I would prefer to die here,” he said. “I cannot go home empty-handed. If I went home, they would be saying, ‘What have you been doing with yourself, Amadou?’ They think in Europe there is money all over.”

The immigrants — virtually all of them are men — cluster by nationality and look for work on the farms. But Mr. Cañamero says they are offered only the least desirable work, like handling pesticides, and little of it at that. Most have no working papers.

Occasionally, the police bring bulldozers to tear down the shelters. But the men, who have usually used their family’s life savings to get here, are mostly left alone — the conditions they live under are an open secret in the nearby villages.

The mayor of Palos de La Frontera did not return phone calls about the camp. But Juan José Volante, the mayor of nearby Moguer, which has an even larger encampment, issued a statement saying the town did not have enough money to help the men. “The problem is too big for us,” he said. “Of course, we would like to do more.”

On a warm spring night, some of the men play cards sitting on the plastic pesticide containers and broken furniture they have collected from the trash. Some drift into town to socialize and buy supplies, if they have money. But they are not welcome in the local bars. During the World Cup last year, the farm workers’ union arranged for a truck to set up a giant television screen in the forest so the men could watch it.  
   
“The bars don’t want them,” Mr. Cañamero said. “They say the men smell bad and they are not good for business. Most of them are Muslim, and they don’t buy alcohol.”

Mr. Jallow had his mother’s blessing but had not told his father about his plans when he left home on his bicycle in 2002, heading for Senegal, where he hoped to find a boat to the Canary Islands.

He ended up in Guinea-Bissau, where, one night two years later, he got word that a boat for Europe would leave in a few hours. There were so many people aboard — 131 — that he was barely able to move for the 11 days he spent at sea. The last five days were without food and water.

Passengers were vomiting constantly, he said. The young man sitting next to him died one night, though no one noticed until the morning. His body was thrown overboard.

“A lot of us could not walk when they took us off the boat,” he recalled. “I could still walk, but it was like I was drunk. I put myself in God’s hands that he would take care of me.”

After 40 days in a detention center in the Canary Islands he was brought to the mainland and released with a standard order to leave the country. “I thought I was going to be a millionaire,” Mr. Jallow said.
His mother managed to get an uncle on the phone who said he would meet him at a train station. But when he arrived there, his uncle’s phone rang and rang. Later, he learned his uncle lived nowhere near the station. Soon, he was steered to the forest by other immigrants.

In the six years he has lived in Spain, Mr. Jallow has found temporary work in restaurants or in the fields, sometimes making 30 euros, or about $42, for 10 hours of work. He says he has made about 12,000 euros, close to $17,000, since coming to Europe, and sent maybe a third of it home. He has not talked to his family in months because he has no money.

“Times are bad for everyone here,” he said. “Not long ago, I saw my uncle in the woods. But I told him he was nothing to me.”

This is the house that Jack Amadou built
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Obama and Cameron ask G8 partners to bankroll Arab Spring countries which embrace democracy

David Cameron is about as 'conservative' as socialist Barack Obama. Whilst British taxpayers suffer through austerity cuts, the British bill for foreign aid will increase to £8.7billion in 2011-2012, rising to more than £12billion in 2014. Yesterday, the worlds fairy godmother Cameron announced plans to bestow £110million of taxpayers’ cash to Egypt, Tunisia and Middle Eastern countries over the next four years to develop 'democracy'. The spending spree is an attempt to promote the so-called Arab Spring in North Africa. How does he defend this? Well, he puts the fear into his citizens by suggesting if the money isn't 'invested' in these countries, then more Muslim radicals will be produced and more immigrants will come a-knocking. Well, Mr Cameron, since coming into office, your government has taken NO steps to stop the immigration invasion introduced under Labour. Last year, some 586,000 people arrived to live in Britain and 344,000 emigrated - a nett gain of 242 000 people, the third highest on record. If he was so concerned about the immigration influx, then he'd do something about it now and not wait until the Arabs are unhappy again - which seems to be permanently. Instead, he wants to beat his own people with a tax-stick and give the Arabs a money-carrot to behave - I think that's called blackmail . I give up. If this is an example of White intelligence, then we are doomed as a race. What a tool.

Decision: David Cameron, has agreed to allow millions more to be pumped into foreign aid - while making cutbacks at home
Fairy godmother, David Cameron

Barack Obama has asked U.S. allies gathered at the G8 summit to back his calls to provide financial assistance to Tunisia and Egypt, countries at the forefront of the Arab Spring uprisings.

The U.S. President said both countries will need help stabilising and modernising their economies as they attempt to transition to democracy.

David Cameron echoed Obama's sentiments at today's summit in Deauville, saying the Arab Spring could breed 'poisonous extremism' and immigration if wealthy nations do not step in to help fledgling democracies.

The Prime Minister called on his fellow leaders to demonstrate they were 'on the side' of reforming countries such as Egypt and Tunisia.
'We will help you build your democracy, we will help your economies, we will help you build trade, we will help you in all the ways we can because the alternative to a successful democracy is more of the poisonous extremism that has done so much damage in our world.'


'I want a very simple and clear message to come out of this summit, and that is that the most powerful nations on earth have come together and are saying to those in the Middle East and North Africa who want greater democracy, greater freedom, greater civil rights, we are on your side,' Mr Cameron said in a round of interviews.

Mr Cameron defended spending UK money on aid at a time when the government is implementing austerity measures.

'What I would say to everybody about the issue of overseas aid is that there is a real case for saying if you can secure greater democracy and freedom in countries like Egypt and Tunisia, that is good for us back at home,' he said.

'That will mean less extremism, it will mean more peace and prosperity, it will mean there will not be the pressure on immigration that may otherwise face our country.

'These things are not just good for the countries we are talking about, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, they are good for Europe, they are good for us in the UK.

'That is why what we are talking about today and tomorrow here at the G8 in Deauville really matters.'

The uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East have so far dominated the two-day G8 gathering.

The funding scheme is to be modelled on the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, which helped build market economies and democracies in post-communist Europe.

Washington has been calling for 'debt swaps', where wealthier nations agree to convert sums they are owed by countries that are implementing change - such as Egypt - into investments.

There will also be pressure for more practical advice and assistance as the states try to build up democratic institutions.

The G8 - made up of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and America - is due to be briefed tomorrow from the recently-installed prime ministers of Egypt and Tunisia, Essam Sharaf and Beji Caid el Sebsi.


Aid: The Prime Minister said that £110million will go to Egypt, Tunisia and other Middle Eastern countries to help promote democracy
This is who the British tax payer will be funding to find 'democracy'

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26 May 2011

Soap Giant Dove Accused Of Racism – Political Correctness Run Amok

Time for more diversity training......

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Soap giant Dove has landed itself in hot water after an advert for one of its products appeared to suggest it can change a user’s skin colour.

The promotion, for Dove VisibleCare Creme Body Wash – a £2.69 product that is available in Boots – features a ‘before’ and ‘after’ skin chart behind a black woman, possibly a Latina and a blonde – all wrapped in towels – standing beside each other.
The caption reads: ‘Visibly more beautiful skin from the most unexpected of places – your shower.’
But critics are in a lather over the ad, accusing Dove of implied – and albeit unintentional – racism.

Hey Dove, why not let Sad Hill handle this one? There, fixed it…

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FLOTUS has hair issues

FLOTUS had a....ummm......wardrobe....er, no, an African-American hair malfunction whilst in Britain. This of course prompted a flurry of comparisons....




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And BO agrees....




Who Said It? A Fun Quiz

Who thinks they know USA politics? Well, here's a fun quiz for you. See if you can guess who said the quotes listed below. Answers are at the end of the quiz...


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This is a fun quiz. Listed below are 10 direct quotes. You have to guess which American politician said it. Ready? Here we go!

1. "Let me be absolutely clear. Israel is a strong friend of Israel's."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

2. "I've now been in 57 states I think I have one left to go."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

3. "On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes, and I see many of them in the audience here today."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

4. "What they'll say is, 'Well it costs too much money,' but you know what? It would cost, about. It it it would cost about the same as what we would spend. It. Over the course of 10 years it would cost what it would costs us. (nervous laugh) All right. Okay. We're going to. It. It would cost us about the same as it would cost for about hold on one second. I can't hear myself. But I'm glad you're fired up, though. I'm glad."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush


5. "The reforms we seek would bring greater competition, choice, savings and inefficiencies to our health care system."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

6. "I bowled a 129. It's like - it was like the Special Olympics, or something."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

7. "Of the many responsibilities granted to a president by our Constitution, few are more serious or more consequential than selecting a Supreme Court justice. The members of our highest court are granted life tenure, often serving long after the presidents who appointed them. And they are charged with the vital task of applying principles put to paper more than 20 centuries ago to some of the most difficult questions of our time."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

8. "Everybody knows that it makes no sense that you send a kid to the emergency room for a treatable illness like asthma, they end up taking up a hospital bed, it costs, when, if you, they just gave, you gave them treatment early and they got some treatment, and a, a breathalyzer, or inhalator, not a breathalyzer. I haven't had much sleep in the last 48 hours."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

9. "It was interesting to see that political interaction in Europe is not that different from the United States Senate. There's a lot of I don't know what the term is in Austrian, wheeling and dealing."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

10. "I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good judgments in the future."

A. Barack Obama
B. Dan Quayle
C. Sarah Palin
D. George W. Bush

Sorry. This was a trick quiz. All of the correct answers are the same person. Each of these quotes are directly from President Barack Obama. And now you know why he brings his teleprompter with him everywhere he goes... even when talking to a 6th grade class!!!

He is absolutely clueless...
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USA: Ever wondered what welfare queens are buying with your money?


South Africa: Grim details of Lindley murders emerge

I have a new race-apologist troll visiting my blog with the name of Seeker of Truth/Karooseun. According to my new pet, I'm a racist, living in Apartheid's past. He further states that Australia doesn't need such people living here as there's enough red-necks already in Australia. Don't you just love the irony. Mr Big Mouth Seeker of Truth/Karooseun is living in Australia and not amongst his Black brothers back in the good old SA. Sounds like Mr Karooseun is missing a few front teeth. Mr Karooseun - this post is just for you. In case you missed this story in the South African media- seeing as you're living in red-neck Australia - this is about a farmer, his wife and their two year old daughter who were tortured, stabbed and shot to death by 6 of your non-racist Black brothers. These 6 fine upstanding murderous citizens really made sure that the father was dead as the post mortem showed he had 151 stab and laceration wounds caused by some of the following: garden fork, panga, spade or sharp knife, while other injuries could have been caused by a brick or stone. His two year old daughter, Wilmien, had a stab and shot wound to her head. Nice hey? Wilmien's mother had several stab wounds to her head and a gun shot wound to her neck. Kry jy lekker? Yes, Mr Seeker of Truth, this is what White South Africans have to endure in your wonderful post-Apartheid country - where you don't live. When the Blacks stop murdering people for fun and you are living back in SA then I'll stop with my red neck racist blog entries. You see, you and I both know that won't happen so keep reading my blog so you can get the real truth.....
Potgieter Willemien 3 massacred on Lindley farm execution style Dec12010
Wilmien Potgieter


POTGIETER WILLEMIEN AGE 3, THE SUSPECTED EXECUTIONERS LINDLEY MAG COURT FS DEC62010
Five of the six fine upstanding murders

Bloemfontein - Wilmien, the 2-year-old daughter of Free State farmer Attie Potgieter, had a cut to her head caused by a sharp instrument and then she was shot dead.
This was the evidence the Free State High Court heard on Wednesday when six men accused of killing the Potgieter family on their farm near Lindley in December 2010 appeared in court.

The men, aged between 18 and 33, pleaded not guilty to three counts of murder one of robbery with aggravating circumstances and other charges relating to the illegal possession of firearms and ammunition.

The six are Stemmer Mofokeng, 23, Tapa Mofokeng, 34, Paulus "Vusi" Khumalo, 23, Tshokolo Lelala, 19, Telleko Seekoei, 20, and Diphapang Motaung, 18, all from Lindley.
151 wounds
Giving testimony, pathologist Dr Robert G Book said that Potgieter, 40, had 151 stab and laceration wounds when he examined the body.
Potgieter’s wife, Wilna, 36, had several deep lacerations to the head and a gunshot wound to the neck.
Indications were that the woman and child were shot at close range, he said.
When asked by State prosecutor Jannie Botha on his first impressions of Potgieter’s body, Book said: “The deceased “had been tortured to death.”
Testifying on the autopsy done on Potgieter, Book said the injuries could have been caused by tools such as a garden fork, panga, spade or sharp knife, while other injuries could have been caused by a brick or stone.

The State alleges the six attacked Potgieter outside his house with knives, a garden fork and a panga, killing him.

They then attacked the woman and child inside the house and shot them, the State alleges.

Threatened

On Wednesday Motaung, who was a minor at the time of the murders, entered a plea explanation. In it he indicated that he had been on the farm on the day the Potgieters were killed, but claims he had no knowledge of what was planned or going to happen.

In his plea, which was read into the record by his lawyer Leona Smit, Motaung said after a sleepover at Khumalo’s house on the farm the night before, he was called to the farm house the next morning.

He was forced, and threatened with a firearm, to help move a man covered in blood, while a woman and child were present.

He ran away after the woman and child were taken away and heard two shots, which he thought were fired at him for fleeing.

He was later given R500 to keep quiet and was again threatened to be killed if he identified those involved, he claims.

The State called policemen to testify about what they found at the scene and how some of the arrests were made.

State prosecutor Jannie Botha was expected to call forensic experts to testify on Thursday.
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25 May 2011

O'Bama? Oh puh-lease!

It seems that the Anointed One's shine has started to tarnish in Britain. Just what is he doing in the UK anyway - doesn't he hate the English or something? As the article says, he's just whoring himself out to his enemies because his popularity is tanking....everywhere. Gone are the raptures he used to produce whenever he read his teleprompter speeches. Gone is the euphoria and teen crushes his presence caused. The world has come to realise that, although he can give a speech as good as any TV evangelist, he's a man with feet of communist clay. How far has he lowered himself you wonder? Well, in Ireland a few days back he spoke with an Irish accent - that's how low (clearly, he was in Ireland looking for the pot o' gold at the end of the rainbow; it's where all socialists think money comes from). He should be home in the USA, looking after his citizens who's homes and lives have been destroyed by tornadoes and his annihilated economy. Instead, he's flitzing around in Air Force One, spewing not only hot air and empty political you're-my-brother rhetoric, but emitting carbon dioxide as well. Roll on 2012.....

Political Cartoons by Michael Ramirez

Ah Bejaysus and Begorrah! Oi’ll be swearin’ boi the auld shrine to the Vorgin with the shamrocks growin’ round it next to the hill where Cuchullain slew the Great Leprechaun of Kildare on St Patrick’s Day that Barack Seamus O’Toole Flaherty Joyce O’Bama is the most Irish US president that ever set foot on the Emerald Oisle, so he is, so he is.

Except, when he’s in Africa, of course, when he disappears into the dry ice and re-emerges with a grass skirt and a bone through his nose and declares himself to be Mandingo, Prince of the Bloodline of the Bonga People, Drinker of Cattle Urine, Father of A Thousand Warrior Sons, Keeper of King Solomon’s Mines, Barehanded Slayer of Lions, Undaunted Victim of the Evil Colonial British Empire.

And in the Middle East, where he is Al-Barak Hussein Obama, Protector of the Holy Shrine, Smiter of the Kuffar, Lion of the Desert, Tent-Loving-Aficionado-of-the-Oversweetened-Coffee, Chomper of Sheeps’ Eyeballs, Restorer of the Caliphate.

Etc.

Tony Blair used to do this trick too, his accent mutating from broad Glaswegian to genteel Edinburgh to Mummerset to Estuary to Richard E Grant to Sarf London Grime – often in the course of one Downing Street reception – the better to persuade his target audience that he was their kind of guy. And it is, of course, the hallmark of an unutterable charlatan.

I’ve argued before that Tony Blair and Barack Obama have an awful lot in common. Both are lawyers; both are snake-oil-salesman; both claim to be post-partisan, and Third Way and consensual; both play the acceptable, moderate-seeming public face of a regime chock full of Communists, class warriors, single issue rabble rousers, malcontents, communitarians and eco-loons hell bent on destroying every last vestige of what once made their country great. And both do (or did) the things dodgy political leaders always do when the going gets tough at home and their domestic audience finally wises up to how totally useless they are: they hop on the plane and pose as international statesman instead.

My colleague Damian Thompson appears to be under the impression that Obama is a great guy because he said nice things about the Queen. Look, I think the Queen’s great too, but did it really not occur to my distinguished colleague (and editor) that there might have been a hint of an ulterior motive here? Obama can’t stand Britain (his wife likes us even less): he made that clear enough when he sent back Winston Churchill’s bust and dissed our Prime Minister with those dodgy DVDS. He blames us for what happened to his grandfather during Mau Mau. He doesn’t believe in the Special Relationship. Are we honestly supposed to believe in that during the subsequent year in office, Obama has since acquired such wisdom and insight that he suddenly realises how special we are?

Of course he hasn’t. Obama is just doing now what all bullies and losers start doing when they realise how unpopular they are and that everyone is abandoning them. They suck up to anybody and everybody. They whore themselves piteously before enemies they once considered beneath their contempt. Fain will they fill their bellies with husks that swine eat – but which no man will give them: and serve them jolly well right, too!

By all means let us enjoy watching Obama smarm and grovel and ingratiate himself like some presidential Uriah Heep. But for heaven’s sake let us never give him the benefit of the doubt. He’s a cold fish and would certainly never show any mercy towards us were the roles to be reversed.

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Dublin today

In honor of Barak O Wussypants visit to Ireland. Watch and weep....


'Teens' Riot In Manhattan Businesses

This is the latest way Blacks African-Americans shop in the USA - it's called flash-mob shopping and the customers don't have to spend a dime on their 'purchases' - almost like getting free welfare. It's happening more and more, where large groups of Blacks enter a business and use the pack mentality to mass steal. When I looked at the video below, I couldn't help but compare their behavior to ape-behaviour. The chimpanzees of Uganda go around in such packs,  invading, killing and stealing from their fellow chimps. It seems the more man is civilised, the more their true roots start showing. As you can imagine, customers and business owners are too scared to stop the pack and the perps usually escape with their bounty where they're free to 'shop' again.



It's like a flash mob gone bad. Security footage from a Manhattan Dunkin' Donuts shows a group of youths climbing on counters, throwing chairs and throwing tables in a violent attack on workers.


It happened at the Dunkin' Donuts on Christopher Street in Greenwich Village. A $2,000 hot chocolate machine was reportedly destroyed in the attack.

Similar attacks have targeted other stores in the neighborhood in the previous weeks.

The video shows one of the teens throwing a chair and then running up to grab a donut.

A few of the attackers also grabbed drinks out of a refrigerator near the door, and they all quickly ran from the store.

Some businesses and even residents recently have complained about violence in the area. Most of the business owners didn't want to give their names for fear of retribution.

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