Friday, 25 March 2011

Interesting TV show


42 comments:

john said...

FINALLY! Some truth on television...

Anonymous said...

Heh Heh!

You have a mischievous mind, Savant! I like it.


Simon Q

Anonymous said...

While on my weekly sortie to the shops to spend my welfare check, before I wasted it, on ciggies,crisps, cans of beer and tabloids giving me valuable insights into the mating habits of this season's celebs I noted a pleasant -looking young arabic woman with her four cheerful and well- behaved children...aged,I would guess, between three and eight.
Inside Lidl I passed a young African woman with several children- each only separated by a year or so from the next.
This day's issue of the Evening Herald is displayed prominently with headlined shock/horror story of hopelessly overstretched maternity facilities and illustrated with a picture of several white babies. If you are reading this today check it for yourself.

Anonymous said...

hehehehehe!!

Anonymous said...

anon 16.31. In 2001 35% of all children born at Dublin's maternity hospitals were to asylum seekers.

Anonymous said...

@anon 16.51:

Figs a decade old will probably have changed a good bit in these matters.

Anyone more up to date about this?

Anonymous said...

Lol Savant! you owe me a new keyboard:).

Anonymous said...

Marvelous!! Nice one savant.

Now here's something weird for you. Washington DC is getting whiter.

The Coming Vanilla Metropolis: Washington D.C.'s "Chocolate City" Melts Away

http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/

Read it in disbelief, as politicians -- on one hand -- say that the the crime rate is falling.
Happy, happy.

But on the other hand they bemoan the diminution of Washington's "vibrant" culture.

One of the more hilarious statements below ...

Not to mention that Wal-Mart’s attempt to open a store in a still majority Black area of Washington D.C. was greeted with this hilarious slip of truth:
By contrast, in the scruffy blocks around the corner of New York Avenue and Bladensburg Road in Northeast Washington, where the first of four Wal-Marts planned for the District would probably be built, the residents have more immediate, street-level concerns.
First, would a new Wal-Mart there really stock the same quality of food and products as its stores do in better-off, suburban communities?
"I'll believe it when I see it," Mya Harris, 24, said skeptically. "Sure, you can put the store here, but what are they going to put inside it?"
Second, and I was amazed when this anxiety was aired in fully half the interviews, residents worry that the store would suffer severely or even fail because of petty theft.
"There'll probably be a lot of shoplifting going on. They'll need a lot of security," Terriea Sutton, 35, said.
Brenda Speaks, a Ward 4 ANC commissioner, actually urged blocking construction of the planned store in her ward at Georgia and Missouri avenues NW partly because of that risk. Addressing a small, anti-Wal-Mart rally at City Hall on Monday, Speaks said young people would get criminal records when they couldn't resist the temptation to steal.


This reminds me of the ancient joke about the wetback who refused his daughter permission to marry a nigger.

He was afraid the kids would grow up too lazy to steal.

The disconnect is complete.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Dr. Wassell said...

Savant - your evil. EVIL I tell you (LoL)

Fourth Chop said...

Hehe - many a true word is spoken in jest...

surfer said...

You're one bad bastard Savant!

Anonymous said...

The mother of all Freudian slips?

Marti said...

Jesus, I laughed till the tears fell on the keyboard!!!!

Anonymous said...

Went down this morning to sign my Dog on the dole.

The woman said, "Dogs are not eligible for welfare".

I explained to her that my Dog is black, unemployed, idle, can't speak English and has no clue who his dad is.

When it's daytime he eats, sleeps, craps and tries to hump any passing female. At night he sleeps some more.

She looked in her policy book to see what it takes to qualify.

He gets his first payment on Friday.

Damn, is this a great country or what?

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Macaw said...

Wicked Savant, wicked - I love it...

Anonymous said...

For the financial gurus in the group ... any comments? Reg? Franz?

http://tiny.cc/6t0uf

IMF Prepares For “Threat To International Monetary System”

Would this be a good thing? A bad thing? Wishful thinking?

A quote:-

One of the people said the activation of the funding–which can only be made by a special request from the IMF managing director to the board–was in anticipation of an expected wave of new IMF programs, including the possible expansion of the Greek bailout package.” Wonderful. Global financial cataclysm rinse repeat all over again…

Cheers,
Uncel Nasty

Franz said...

@ UN,

thanks for turning me on to "black listed news". I liked what I saw and will return to this site.

What you discovered there is just one of many prongs of currency debauchery which can be observed right now.

Earlier this year, in Davos, the powers that be announced that the world needs a 100 trillion in fresh debt to get well again. This is no joke, nor kook talk:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/davos/8267768/World-needs-100-trillion-more-credit-says-World-Economic-Forum.html

These 100 trillion will of course not be issued to the hoi polloi at the bank counter. Instead other devices, such as enlarging the bailout powers of the IMF, further quantitative easing and assorted schemes will be utilized to quietly funnel the additional liquidity to connected banks.

When you are engorging the world in a Tsunami of debt denominated in freshly printed confetti scrip, you don't want the man on the street to notice and take sensible precautions such as buying gold or cutting down personal consumption as that would defeat the whole purpose of the exercise.

By camouflaging money printing as emergency measures such as the one you pointed out, maximum profitability to those at the center of the scam is ensured.

Simple example to illustrate the point: If you are a bank (say JP Morgan) with connections to the central bank which enable you to frontrun a new wave of debt/scrip issuance, you may reap huge profits be doing the following:

Take out a loan from the central bank at 0.001% interest.

Use said loan to corner the market for any commodity, say copper.

Withhold copper from the market to drive up prices.

Give your customers a loan at 8.99% interest to buy the very copper the price of which you just inflated. Just now you not only gouged a buyer of copper, you are also making him pay vig to you. Nice.

Repeat.

Actually this is no fictional example, but a desription of what JP Morgan is doing in the copper market right now.

Now Uncle Nasty, before you get any funny ideas to pull off such a scam yourself, I must tell you that only too big to fail banks are allowed to do so. Maybe you should manufacture a corporate idendity for yourself, design a nice website and call yourself, say, Unclethal & Nastystein Inc. Maybe then you will be granted a piece of the action.

Anonymous said...

When I consider just where the real wealth is going, I have to ask the age-old question.

Why? What possible good can come of stealing every penny of wealth on the planet, when, eventually there is nothing to spend it on?

I looked at the local Powerball this afternoon. It's up to $28 000 000.00

And I thought to myself ... what can any sane person do with twenty-eight million bucks? Buy a nice house. Check. Furnish it. Check. Buy a decent car or even two. Check. Throw a monster party for all your friends; spread a few mils amongst those friends who really, really need it.

Then what?

Reminds me of the old story of what do you give the man who has everything?

Penicillin.

We could all use a buck or two extra. But this?

Slightly Confused.
Uncle Nasty

Jeremy said...

Franz - what you say is all too true. In fact MS is doing exactly this with silver at the moments as well. And insidiously, it also means that those of us who prudently put away savings for the rainy day will find them eaten away by the inflation inherent in this 'emergency funding' mechanism.

Anonymous said...

Hey Franz. If you like BLN, you may like this as well ...

http://www.ihr.org/

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Franz said...

@ UN

Thanks for pointing me to those two sites!

@ Jeremy

Don't get me started on Silver & Gold! The mere mentioning of the banks' activities in those markets set mes forth onto rather graceless rants which I try to avoid.

Hamed Lone said...

Great links Uncle N.

Anonymous said...

I think the group will appreciate this .... another difference between niggers and humans.

Oh, sorry. Did I say "niggers"? I really meant "Multi's" and it came out niggers. Strange, that. My apologies. The devil made me do it ...

Where was I? Oh, yes.

Yakuza among first with relief supplies in Japan

Don't worry, I did not believe it myself, but it's from Reuters ...

http://tiny.cc/rfpji

A quote:-

"Yakuza groups have been sending trucks from the Tokyo and Kobe regions to deliver food, water, blankets and toiletries to evacuation centers in northeast Japan, the area devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami which have left at least 27,000 dead and missing.

Yakuza are better known for making money from extortion, gambling, pornography and prostitution, as well as for the often-elaborate tattoos covering much of their bodies.

But disasters bring out another side of yakuza, who move swiftly and quietly to provide aid to those most in need.


Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Here is a very interesting link. I have cherished it for years.

http://tiny.cc/exi3y

"summer patriot, winter soldier

truth for its own sake, regardless of its more unpleasant implications ...

October 18, 2009
why world governance won't. [final draft -- first version. test bed.]


Hopefully enjoy ... it's revealing. his writing can be quite lyrical ...

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

I think you'll like this -- some nice comment:-

http://thecampofthesaints.org/

An example. I don't have to name the target ... you'll figure it out.

"How can you expect substance from someone who has never had an original thought spring forth from his soul? Let us not forget that, while the fellating fawns of Fascism keep insisting that he is an incredibly intelligent guy, the evidence is scant that he possesses any creativity or will to work hard. To be intelligent requires that one work at it, relentlessly and with due diligence. To be creative requires that one think beyond the bromides. None of the myriad of forensic investigations that have been performed on his life have shown that Obama has ever pursued either. He is an empty suit, but a most dangerous one: convinced of his uniqueness he has enough ambition to pursue power, guided by a mad and perverse philosophy that is ultimately no more than a recipe for gaining power over human beings and doing whatever is necessary to maintain that power. This type believes that his ‘specialness’ entitles him to be above all morality and law.

Enjoy,
Uncle Nasty

Cherry said...

Uncle N - those links are a treasure. Where do you get them all? I've bookmarked almost all of them.

Anonymous said...

A little fuel on the fire ...

Michelle Alexander and Black Incarceration Rates: The Real Conspiracy

http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/

Enjoy,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Savant, please excuse my 12 gauge approach to threads, but I do not know where to post this one.

http://www.panamalaw.org/

At first blush, it seems to be an anarchic financial advisory site offering every possible way to squirm out from under the heel of big govt. Well, it is.

But it also has comment. Ooooh, boy, does it have comment!

And advice. Lots and lots of advice.

Scroll down the left side and you will strike little gems like:-

Barack Hussein Obama

USA Articles


and Fall Of The American Empire

Explore the site ... it is most intriguing as they list a host of offshore banking countries to avoid like the plague.

Enjoy.
Uncle Nasty

PS:- to those who like my supplied links, you are more than welcome.

They're actually quite easy to find; go to a favourite site and simply explore the outgoing links usually listed as "recommended" or "favourite" links. Sometimes as "My bloglist" or you may find a column of praise or criticism with links back to other blogs.

Examine the quality of the debate in your link and either bookmark or discard.

It takes a while, but you get there. Rather like browsing in a book shop.

UN

Anonymous said...

here is another one I particularly treasure. It's getting on a bit, but still ...

http://tiny.cc/oo0mj

"Resistance is Futile": Waco Rules vs. Romanian Rules

by Mike Vanderboegh

"Resistance is Futile"

You know, the most dangerous thing about liberals in today's America is that they are always taking policy decisions based upon three fallacies:

a. Woeful ignorance of the subject at hand,

b. Extrapolation of their own cowardice onto their opponents, i.e. expecting their opponents to react the way they do, and

c. Willful refusal to grasp that the Law of Unintended Consequences applies both to their world view and to the schemes that they use to enforce that world view upon the rest of us.

They are, in a phrase, without a clue. This is not so dangerous when they are out of power. However, as they now control both houses of Congress and have a better than even chance of controlling the White House in 2009, this has the potential to get a lot of people killed by 2010. An illustrative case in point is David Prather's recent column in the Huntsville (AL) Times, entitled "In a Shoot-out, the Feds Always Win."


Actually ... no, they don't.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

SAVANT said...

UN - please continue with your 12 gauge approach. People obviously find the links great.

Anonymous said...

From the Occidental link (thank you for that)

To my astonishment a few serious reviews of the "Covington Chronicles"

http://tiny.cc/2vtbm

Or as they are also known ... Harold Covington's Northwest Quartet.

It is under such circumstances that I can retreat to the fictional comforts of Harold Covington’s Northwest Quartet and for once enjoy—if only vicariously—the sweet satisfaction of hitting back, of smiting our racial enemies in a most just way. I wish I didn’t have to resort to fiction to experience this adrenaline rush, this sense of wrongs being righted, but that’s all I’ve found in years of searching.

To get an idea of the background of the novels, I recommend this review (also here) by Counter-Currents editor Greg Johnson. (See here for Johnson’s interview with Covington and here for some follow-up thoughts by Johnson).


Go the the link above, but scroll down about 12 paragraphs to get to the Covington bit.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

regarding the post on Covington ... links:-

http://tiny.cc/yvybb

http://tiny.cc/k1g6z

Why do I keep rabbiting on about Covington? easy. The novels change the way you think about things.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

I guess this is as good a spot as any to post this ...

http://tiny.cc/vfx39

Ex-South Africa rugby star 'murders at least three people with an axe in revenge for gang-rape of his daughter'

All I can say is: I would have done things a bit differently.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Stories from around Africa ... Part 1

These were sent to me by a buddy now residing in Oz. They are to lighten your weekend as well as warn you what to expect regarding the negrification of the world.
I can't vouch for the veracity of these particular stories, but I lived most of my life in Africa, so ...as the character in "Full Metal Jacket" said: "It don't surprise me none ..."

"1. The Cape Times ( Cape Town )

"I have promised to keep his identity confidential,' said Jack Maxim, a spokeswoman for the Sandton Sun Hotel, Johannesburg , "but I can confirm that he is no longer in our employment. We asked him to clean the lifts (elevators) and he spent four days on the job.
When I asked him why, he replied: 'Well, there are forty of them, two on each floor and sometimes some of them aren't there'.
Eventually, we realized that he thought each floor had a different lift, and he'd cleaned the same two twelve times.
"We had to let him go. It seemed best all round. I understand he is now working for Eskom." (The South African Electricity Supply Commission)

2. The Star ( Johannesburg )

"The situation is absolutely under control," Transport Minister Ephraem Magagula told the Swaziland Parliament in Mbabane . "Our nation's merchant navy is perfectly safe. We just don't know where it is, that's all." Replying to an MP's question, Minister Magagula admitted that the landlocked country had completely lost track of its only ship, the Swazimar: "We believe it is in a sea somewhere.
At one time, we sent a team of men to look for it, but there was a problem with drink and they failed to find it, and so, technically, yes, we've lost it a bit. But I categorically reject all suggestions of incompetence on the part of this government. The Swazimar is a big ship painted in the sort of nice bright colours you can see at night.
Mark my words, it will turn up. The right honourable gentleman opposite is a very naughty man, and he will laugh on the other side of his face when my ship comes in."


It should be pointed out that Swaziland, like Lesotho, is landlocked.

End Part 1.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Stories from around Africa ... Part 2

3. The Standard ( Kenya )

"What is all the fuss about?" Weseka Sambu asked a hastily convened news conference at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport . "A technical hitch like this could have happened anywhere in the world.
You people are not patriots You just want to cause trouble." Sambu, a spokesman for Kenya Airways, was speaking after the cancellation of a through flight from Kisumu, via Jomo Kenyatta, to Berlin . "The forty-two passengers had boarded the plane ready for take-off, when the pilot noticed one of the tyres was flat. Kenya
Airways did not possess a spare tyre, and unfortunately the airport nitrogen canister was empty. A passenger suggested taking the tyre to a petrol station for inflation, but unluckily the jack had gone missing so we couldn't get the wheel off. Our engineers tried heroically to re-inflate the tyre with a bicycle pump, but had no luck, and the pilot even blew into the valve with his mouth, but he passed out. "When I announced that the flight had to be abandoned, one of the passengers, Mr Mutu, suddenly struck me about the face with a life-jacket whistle and said we were a national disgrace. I told him he was being ridiculous, and that there was to be another flight in a fortnight. And, in the meantime, he would be able to enjoy the scenery around Kisumu, albeit at his own expense."

4. From a Zimbabwean newspaper

While transporting mental patients from Harare to Bulawayo , the bus driver stopped at a roadside shebeen (beerhall) for a few beers.
When he got back to his vehicle, he found it empty, with the 20 patients nowhere to be seen. Realizing the trouble he was in if the truth were uncovered, he halted his bus at the next bus stop and offered lifts to those in the queue. Letting 20 people board, he then shut the doors and drove straight to the Bulawayo mental hospital, where he hastily handed over his 'charges', warning the nurses that they were "particularly excitable."
Staff removed the furious passengers; it was three days later that suspicions were roused by the consistency of stories from the 20.
As for the real patients:
nothing more has been heard of them and they have apparently blended comfortably back into Zimbabwean society."


Cheers.
Uncle Nasty

aviatrix said...

Brilliant stories Uncle Nasty - but I don't believe them! Still, enjoyed them immensely (LoL).

Anonymous said...

In the eighties Bristol and Brixton had riots because "the man" curbed drug dealing. Could that be the reason that a previous poster's poser about why liberals refused to speak to a black sout african?
Or else they were extra-thickified by Mrs. Thatch's stealing their milk.
My name is Ben ~Elton Thank you and goodnight.

Anonymous said...

Now this is ... interesting.

http://tiny.cc/zcz19

Why The West Intervened in Libya: Was This A Surprise?

"Via Steve Sailer, I learn that prominent French Jew Bernard-Henri Levy is claiming credit for having persuaded President Sarkozy to press successfully for Western intervention in Libya.

In the New York Times story to which Sailer links, By His Own Reckoning, One Man Made Libya a French Cause By Steve Erlanger April 1, 2011, Levy is quoted saying:

“I’m proud of my country, which I haven’t felt for many years,”

In a well-conducted interview with Der Spiegel ‘We Lost a Great Deal of Time in Libya Because of the Germans’ 03/30/2011 he reveals his activism stems from:-

“the moral and spiritual tradition in which I grew up. For me, it’s the definition of Judaism. Being Jewish means having more obligations than rights.”

Although generally described as a “Philosopher” Bernard-Henri Levy appears to be more of a loud-mouthed domineering ideologue of the stripe of Norman Podhoretz. He was actually born in Algeria.

Steve Sailer does a perfectly good job of supplying perspective, but The Lies of Bernard-Henri Lévy By Doug Ireland In These Times March 3 2006 is a draught of exquisitely refined vitriol.


Now I can see one or two of the NG saying:- "oh, God. There goes UN on his anti-jew, antisemite antifa again. Can't this arsehole leave it alone? Or, at least, give it a break?"

Folks, when they shut up and stop crowing about their dubious achievements, I'll stop throwing rocks.

I don't foresee my retiring the throwing arm any day soon.

Enjoy.
Uncle Nasty

PS. Interesting quote by Levy being proud of his country for the first time in years.

Very similar to the First Ho's sentiments about the United States a few months back.

Interesting that the fiction of the helpless, harmless, eternally persecuted little Yehudi is taking such a beating these days.

Wonder why?

UN

Anonymous said...

Re Libya: There's also comment that the big oil companies are behind it because Gadaffi Duck put the squeeze on them.

Anonymous said...

An addendum, if I may, to my last post. We (or I if you wish) keep receiving the appellation "Conspiracy Theorist". My question is -- how can one call it a conspiracy when there is no attempt at secrecy?

When smug little dipshits like Bernard-Henri Levy (above) give press conferences boasting about the part they played in the downfall of a country, how can they possibly be surprised when they open the door one morning, and there -- holding very big sticks -- are the friends and relations of the people they destroyed?

I've just realised that I've answered my own question. Lefties and jews --- never, ever learning anything -- spend their lives in a state of perpetual surprise.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Just when everything was going so well ...

The Threats of the Third World.

http://sarahmaidofalbion.blogspot.com/

A quote or two.

... "MRSA Staphylococcus aureus, now resistant to antibiotics, kills tens of thousands a year. Multiple drug resistant tuberculosis, inevitably fatal, now races through the world. Get it and you die.

Now there is a new "super super bug" the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM-1). The chilling aspect is that the resistant qualities of this organism can be transmitted by plasmids to other bacteria, changing many other types, once common and minimally dangerous, into resistant pathogens.

There is little pharmaceutical hope for the future: In 1990 there were nearly 20 top drug companies developing new antibiotics. Today, only two large companies, AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline, still have strong antibiotic research and development programs. The rest have been driven out of business by high taxes, third world patient demands for their “rights” to be supplied at cost with drugs (supported by politicians anxious to keep the poor vote, yet unconcerned by the long term damage) and the medical litigation industry – again in it for selfish short-term gain."


If it's not one damn thing, it's another. Ah well.

Cheers,
Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

UN: I'm friendly with a very senior executive in GSK. He's said many times what you say. 'Entitlement' to free western-deveoped medicine is killing the business.