Tuesday, 29 June 2010
Monday, 28 June 2010
Saturday, 26 June 2010
Now your response might be ‘Savant would say that, wouldn’t he?’ But here’s my theory. First, they had little or no loyalty to France. We saw this in earlier times when even third generation Frenchmen of North African descent – to a man - cheered Algeria in a match against France. When the latter won these ‘Frenchmen’ rioted. Similarly when France played Senegal in the WC in Japan the same Frenchmen supported their African brothers.
Various other leaks now emerging from the French camp show that the players’ mutiny originated with a perceived racist remark from one of the white coaching staff, resentment that all the management and coaching staff were white, and that Anelka’s expulsion stemmed from his violent verbal attack on "this white management team". It’s also emerged that the team were reluctant to sing the Marseillaise.
On the field of play itself I've had confirmed what I had at first thought was my febrile imagination. Namely that the handsome Yoann Gourcoff, one of only two white players on the side, was being ostracised (nobody passed to him) by the rest of the team. What put doubt in my mind was that the other white player, Frank Ribery, a dwarfish thug, was in on the act. But I’ve since learned that Ribery has ‘converted’ to the Religion of Peace – which probably explains why he’s facing charges of consorting with child prostitutes. It also explains why his sympathies would lie with the North African invaders.
On a more general note, the ‘team’ displayed a whole range of typical African characteristics: Disorganisation, selfishness, throw in the towel when you fall behind, over-estimating how wonderful they are.
Anyway, the country has taken this debacle so seriously – Sarkozy has called in all the main protagonists – that the real truth, or at least part of it, will have to emerge. Already my informants tell me that, outside of the MSM, the unspeakable issues I speak about are being raised.
Well, they can extrapolate the team’s problem to the country at large, as the immigrant population grows by leaps and bounds. And remember, they brought it on themselves. It’s too late to go back now.
Wednesday, 23 June 2010
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
Well, go to an ad agency. And that’s just what the Religion of Peace has done. We’re about the be blessed by this campaign.
Aren’t they brilliant?
Who’d have guessed that this pedophilic, murderous medieval psychopath had such a warm, fuzzy, modernistic side? One worry though: What if they’re put on the side of a bus and the driver won't drive it because it’s against his Christian beliefs?
Well, what do you think?
But there’s no pleasing some people. Look what this nasty fellow has done. Hope he’s got life assurance!
Thursday, 17 June 2010
Somewhat less well known is the story of Irish tenor Ronan Tynan. It seems that Ronan was put through the wringer by two Jewish ladies when trying to lease his apartment in New York. Shaking his head, he ruefully said to the next prospect ‘I hope you’re not Jewish as well’. In fact, this being NY, he was. And within days Tynan’s career was, in effect, ruined. He was prevented from appearing in key performances, including the NY Yankees’ "God Bless America” gig.
According to the NY Times: "the barrage of angry e-mail messages and letters; the death threats; the surgeon who wrote saying he would let him die on the operating table, if Mr. Tynan were his patient; the prominent chef who steered him away from a table of customers because one of them was a Jewish man who refused to meet the singer."
Wow! Now normally anything that silences an Irish tenor is sheer goodness to me, but really, for such an innocuous remark?
Was this then another affirmation, as if we needed it, of Israeli/Jewish power in the US? Absolutely.
Will prominent people be less inclined to publicly express such views in future? Most likely.
Will this further strengthen the overall Jewish/Israel position? Well, that's more problematical.
You see, you might have the power to publicly silence critics, but that doesn’t mean they’ll change their views of you. Correction: They will change those views, but negatively. They’ll just be a lot more careful who they share them with. Does this matter in the US? Well, as of now, not much. But while the MSM has been largely on message in support of these actions, the proverbial man-in-the-street doesn’t seem to be.
I checked out the ‘liberal’ media to assess public reaction. Papers the NYT are of little value as any anti-Israeli comment is relentlessly prohibited. But high profile ‘liberal’ blogs tell a different story. Here there’s been, at a rough estimate, a ratio of about 7:1 in opposition to the Lobby. More important, this level of negativity, in my view, would not have been experienced even a year or two ago.
And this negativity is increasingly widespread. Only this week the Irish Government expelled an Israeli diplomat for forging the Irish passports used in the Dubai assassination. Now trust me, expelling an Israeli diplomat from Ireland is a watershed. Then there’s the ‘cleansing’ of Jews from Malmo by the Religion of Peace. I know from my many Swedish contacts that Jews there have been stunned and appalled at the lack of public sympathy for their plight. Significant, I believe.
Here’s another finding. I've been doing a lot of travel in Scandinavia and ‘Eastern’ Europe over the last year. I'm in the habit of asking hotel and restaurant staff, once I get to know them a bit, which are their most popular and least popular guests. There’s no real trend when it comes to most popular, but we have a clear ‘winner’ in the least popular stakes. No, it’s not the Russians (‘rude, ignorant, but generous tippers’) and definitely not the Germans, who appear to be anonymous.
In fact I hadn’t even factored in the eventual winners in my original thoughts. And these are? Israelis! They are a mile ahead of everyone else. Commonest complaints are that they’re pushy, impossible to please, find fault with everything with a view to get free or substantially reduced meals/accommodation. That's what my ‘research’ has shown, folks.
Now I'm pretty sure that the Israelis aren’t too worried about the views of some lowly hospitability staff. But taken in conjunction with the other developments that I mentioned, I think it should give them pause for thought. Same in the US. Something is stirring.Unimaginable financial power and a stranglehold on the MSM, Washington and Hollywood may appear to make their position impregnable. But with economic hard times, which are sure to get worse, incidents such as the ones I referred to initially could make the man-in-the-street restive. And, imperfect as it is, America’s democracy has shown that the popular will eventually prevails.
So I think that Fleischer, Foxman et al should put the champagne on hold for the time being.
Sunday, 13 June 2010
Yet Alvin Greene, 32, has just won an overwhelming victory over former four-term state lawmaker Vic Rawl to gain the South Carolina Democratic nomination for the US Senate.
How could this, in God’s name, be possible?
Well, that’s the question that has South Carolina Dems, and much of the blogosphere in a tizzy. Check them out. You’ll see everything from a mistake on reading his name to a dastardly Republican Plot being to blame. State Democratic Party Chairwoman Carol Fowler said voters unfamiliar with either candidate may have voted alphabetically for Greene over Rawls, adding "as far as I know, he never showed up at anything. Vic Rawl has been campaigning everywhere from the time he filed."
In fact the list of explanations provided covers every conceivable possibility.
Except one. The great unmentionable. The ‘R’ word.
You see, ever since Nixon’s Southern Strategy, blacks there have become overwhelmingly Democratic (with a big D!). They now make up over half the registered Democrats in SC.
So what’s that got to do with anything?
Well, as the photos here show, Greene is black, so to speak, and Rawls is white.
And that's the one explanation that I haven't seen in any of the mainstream media or blogs. Because it’s not permitted as an explanation. Even though it’s undoubtedly the correct explanation. Isn't it hilarious to see everybody tie themselves in knots to avoid the reality of ‘post-racial America’?
And, needless to say, being a black male, he has, ahem, some ‘legal issues’ pending.
No shit Sherlock?
Anyway, who knows………maybe if they provide him with a teleprompter he’ll be ok. Goddamit, he might even get to be President one day!
Friday, 11 June 2010
The other reason is the impact this would have on the egregious Sepp Blatter (Septic Bladder), President of FIFA. Despite, or because of, being a crook, he was elected President largely by the votes of African countries. The nefarious ways he achieved this are described in a must read book ‘Foul’ by Andrew Jennings. One of the promises was to hold a WC in Africa by 2010. This despite the massive downsides from almost every perspective. So a disaster would deposit a full omelet in his repulsive face.
The other source of schadenfreude I have no excuse for: I want to see England lose at an early stage. Now actually I like the English, and according to a survey conducted by the Irish Tourist Board, they are our most popular visitors. Yet I suspect most of us want them to lose. Why?
Well, as someone said, it’s not the 800 years of occupation, it was the 30 years of Jimmy Hill and David Coleman. Personally, I think it relates more to the fact that England has always been huge and dominating, Ireland small and insignificant. I think this is why the Scots feel the same way. And by the way, while we Irish might generally want the England soccer team to lose, we tend to be a bit discreet about it. Scots on the other hand will make every effort to let their English ‘friends’ know their feelings.
As Denis Law said, when asked was 1959 (the year Manchester United were virtually wiped out in that plane crash) the worst year of his life, ‘no, that’d be 1966’. That was the year England won the World Cup!
And by the way, this doesn’t, at least for the Irish, and certainly for me, extend to other sports. Only soccer. I don't know why, but it’s not good.
Tuesday, 8 June 2010
Sunday, 6 June 2010
And I also provide a few snaps of those not hot enough to make it to the 16.
Saturday, 5 June 2010
“Nearly 60 percent of African-American children cannot swim, almost twice the figure for white children, according to a first-of-its-kind survey which USA Swimming hopes will strengthen its efforts to lower minority drowning rates and draw more blacks into the sport. Stark statistics underlie the initiative by the national governing body for swimming. Black children drown at a rate almost three times the overall rate.”
It seems this is the corollary of ‘white men can't jump’. But why? Some scientific types put it down to lower lung spirometry (whatever that is) and denser bone mass. But some less orthodox answers have also been adduced. One shocking example comes from Wiki answers, of all places. This suggests that “Black people can't swim because they are closely related to monkeys and monkeys can't swim either.”
Dreadful! Where are the Google thought police when you need them?
My own idea, for what it’s worth, is that, in almost every other instance where blacks are in extremis (floods, poverty, earthquakes, famine) they can rely on whitey to rescue them. But drowning doesn’t lend itself to this. It happens just too fast. (Or not fast enough, if you’ve got an evil mindset).
But the main issue is this: how do we bridge this particular Achievement Gap? Again, I've allocated an immense proportion of my valuable time in contemplation, and the only solution I can come up with is to drown the required number of whites on a suitable ceremonial occasion once a year. MLK Day sounds just right.
How do we select the white victims? Well, it seems obvious that they should be paid up members of the Victim Industry. I'm sure they’d see it as a privilege (tee hee - another instance of white privilege). Wouldn’t it be lovely to see 10% of the $PLC go under the waves annually?
Friday, 4 June 2010
The following story tells you all you need to know about how the public sector controls the taxes we handed over to them. Fergal O'Malley held a full-time job at the Athlone Institute of Technology, which paid him in excess of €80,000 (about $100,000) a year. Amazingly, over the same ten-year period, he also held another 'full-time' post at Galway University at similar remuneration.
Now you may think - after all, he lectured in engineering - that he had mastered the science of bilocation. Or you may think that he lectured days at one college and nights at the other. No, the answer is both simple and revealing. The President of the Athlone college let the cat out of the bag by admitting that O'Malley 'had fulfilled his teaching and tutorial obligations throughout the period in question''
And the amazing this is this. He did! You see, if you're in the happy position of being a lecturer at Irish Third Level, you have to do a maximum of 16 hours a week tutorial time. And what about the other 24 hours that we mere mortals have to work? Well, that's given over to, ahem, 'academic freedom'. And what's this academic freedom? Again, the Athlone Pres - it's 'research, innovation and creativity'.
Oh well, that's all right then.
And what happens to those who don't devote their academic freedom to 'research, innovation and creativity'? Well, they take an additional post at another institute. Or they start a little business. Or they work on their golf handicap. And they do because there's absolutely no compulsion for anyone to do more than their 16 hours. If you don't do any more, nothing happens. And for this we pay them between €70,000 and €150,000 a year.
Nice work if you can get it, especially when you have a generous index linked pension on top of it.
Where, you might ask, does the Irish Government acquire the funds to support such largess? Well, when we really did have a Celtic Tiger, driven by dynamic export industries, they got it from that productive sector of the economy. Now that this sector has been decimated, well, they borrow it. At the rate of €400 million a week! That's more than €100 for every person in the country. These kind of figures make the Greeks lookmore like the Swiss.
Now the educational sector is bad, God knows. (I know also, having been part of it for a few years). But it's breadline austerity in comparison to our health sector, where the waste and inefficiencies beggar belief. And the malaise applies, to a greater or lesser degree, throughout the public sector.
And that's why I eagerly look forward to the day when the solution is taken out of the hands of the pathetic dwarfs masquerading as our politicians and we're delivered to the tender mercies of the IMF. Only then will the knife be taken to the albatross that's dragging the country into the abyss.