Wednesday, December 12, 2007

They what!!!!!!!!!

Today on the TV I watched a deaf couple and their young child. I could not believe that they said they were overjoyed when their child was diagnosed as deaf.

Excuse me but . . . . . . What kind of parents are 'overjoyed' that their children are disabled?

Answer:- BAD ONES!!!

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Do what?

Its not enough that Sudanese clerics are making monkeys out of us over Mohamed the Teddy Bear but now we are doing the same of ourselves.

NHS chiefs in Dewsbury are insisting that the bed of Moslem patients are turned to face mecca during prayer times. Like our nurses don't have enough to do.

What these fucking idiots dont seem to realise is that according to Islaic law moslems dont have to pray if they are too ill to do so. Any sane man would say that if someone cannot get out of bed then he is too ill.

Excuse me but . . . . . . who's country is this?

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Teddy row teacher verdict reaction

Gillian Gibbons will be deported after serving her sentence.
British teacher Gillian Gibbons, 54, from Liverpool, has been sentenced to 15 days in prison in Sudan after she allowed her pupils to call a teddy bear Muhammad.
Politicians and religious leaders gave their response to the court's decision.

This case should have required only simple common sense to resolve. It is unfortunate that the Sudanese authorities were found wanting in this most basic of qualities.
They grossly overreacted in this sad affair. Gillian should never have been arrested, let alone charged and convicted of committing a crime.
We hope that Gillian will be able to return home without much further delay.

Obviously relief that there won't be the public lashing which everybody feared, but deep disappointment because this was clearly a mistake and I know that the Muslim community here in Liverpool will be as disappointed as anybody.
I think, too, a real anxiety that something like this so badly handled in this way [and] won't do anything to build up good relations between the faith communities.

What was an innocent error escalated into a charge, and a charge of which she's now been found guilty.
The fear was that this wasn't seen as an individual issue but as something that could get bound up in international politics.

The sentence is a mockery of justice and Amnesty International consider Gillian to be a prisoner of conscience.
She should be immediately and unconditionally released.

There was no intent on her part.
A number of people have come forward and made that very clear, both in Sudan and here, that at worst it was just a misunderstanding based on naivety, but even so that a number of her colleagues at the time saw very little wrong, or very little that was likely to cause any offence, in terms of the naming of the bear.
So I think she is not someone who has sought to cause offence, she's not someone who's acted foolishly, but she perhaps hasn't necessarily understood the extent to which some of the parents might have been sensitive to the use of this name.

I can't see any justification for this at all.
I think that this is an absurdly disproportionate response to what is at best a minor cultural faux pas. And I think that it's done the Sudanese government no credit whatever.

Excuse me but . . . . . What do these people think these tinpot countries are? They are the bottom of the scale when it comes to common sense. We cannot afford religion in this day and age much less Islam. Dont take my word for it read

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Saudi police 'stopped' fire rescue

Saudi Arabia's religious police stopped schoolgirls from leaving a blazing building because they were not wearing correct Islamic dress, according to Saudi newspapers.

In a rare criticism of the kingdom's powerful "mutaween" police, the Saudi media has accused them of hindering attempts to save 15 girls who died in the fire on Monday. About 800 pupils were inside the school in the holy city of Mecca when the tragedy occurred.

According to the al-Eqtisadiah daily, firemen confronted police after they tried to keep the girls inside because they were not wearing the headscarves and abayas (black robes) required by the kingdom's strict interpretation of Islam.

One witness said he saw three policemen "beating young girls to prevent them from leaving the school because they were not wearing the abaya".

The Saudi Gazette quoted witnesses as saying that the police - known as the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice - had stopped men who tried to help the girls and warned "it is a sinful to approach them".

The father of one of the dead girls said that the school watchman even refused to open the gates to let the girls out.

"Lives could have been saved had they not been stopped by members of the Commission for Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice," the newspaper concluded.

Relatives' anger

Families of the victims have been incensed over the deaths.

Most of the victims were crushed in a stampede as they tried to flee the blaze.

The school was locked at the time of the fire - a usual practice to ensure full segregation of the sexes.

The religious police are widely feared in Saudi Arabia. They roam the streets enforcing dress codes and sex segregation, and ensuring prayers are performed on time.

Those who refuse to obey their orders are often beaten and sometimes put in jail.

Excuse me but....... What virtue was being promoted by mudering these school children.?

What vice was prevented by murdering these school children?

NONE, absolutely fucking none.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007


Have you ever stop to think about the understanding of the English language by Presidents and Princes. In so many of the worlds countries where Democratic appears in the name, democracy rarely appears in the constitution.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Jehova's Witness

So a Jehova's Witness child molester is freed from court because the Judge says he has his faith. Err... Had he not been a JW elder he would not have been able to abuse the children he did. The JW's are standing by him, well no surprises there then.

Monday, July 09, 2007

Salman Rushdie

Whether or not you agree Salman Rushdie has been awarded a Knighthood. What I want to know is what has it got to do with the Pakistan Government or its people? More to the point the Pakistan Government statement that made reference positive reference to suicide bombers killing Rushdie puts them in the same league as Al Qaeda. It doesn’t matter that the statement was retracted later, it was made and that is a terrorist act. I am disgusted with their Government saying such things. You can bet your back teeth that there will be those think this is a message for action. The Pakistan Government is nothing short of a terrorist organisation. All the moves Pakistan has made to stamp out terrorists seems to me to be simply a ploy to make them look good in the eyes of the international community. They do not deserve our friendship or help. This is just another example of how Islam is trying to stifle freedoms we in the west enjoy. We should not ignore this threat to our freedom. Know your enemy, whoever he may be!

Thursday, June 28, 2007


So Tony has now got a job trying to sort out the middle east. Yeah like thay will ever happen, but maybe when Iran gets H-bombs. . . . . . . . .

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Iraq again

Saddam Hussein and his minority ruling Baath party were Sunni Muslims. The new government are majority Shia. Is it any wonder that the Shia are now seeking revenge for the horrors that were visited on them by their tyrannical leader. That anyone can assume that they will play the game by 'our' rules beggars belief. I am not being racist when I say that Arabs are a very tribal people. That which we think of as normal behaviour is not the way that Arabs think. Tribal law is the law of the land not the democracy that we in the west are trying to push on them.

It has been about a year since the world kicked off on protests about the Danish cartoons. Many people (Moslems) were killed in the riots that exploded from the furore. What was it about? Well simply it is supposed to be haram (bad) to make an image of the good old prophet Mohammed or any religious dignitaries. This would this would be very commendable if it wasn't so damned laughable. Visit almost any mosque and you will notice that it is named after the leader. How is this any less idolatrous than pictures of long deceased religious leaders.

We in the west enjoy certain rights and freedoms. These freedoms must be protected. They were long fought for and blood was spilled. If others don’t like the rights and freedoms we enjoy then they should be allowed to vote with their feet. No one is keeping them here. No one is twisting their arm. In fact the rights and freedoms we enjoy they can use to leave us if the cannot tolerate the society we have built.

Personally I think ALL religion is a load of bollocks be it Jews, Catholics, Anglicans, Islam, Buddhists or whoever, even Jehova's Witnesses. Religion is about controlling the little people. Making them do what someone else wants them to do. The way the world is today we cannot afford any kind of religion.