Monday 3 May 2010

Vote “None of The Above”

Thanks the gods that there are only a few more days of bullshitting to go before the Genital Selection. Roll up, roll up Ladies and germs. You have not one, not two but three choices for the great shafting that awaits us.

Not one of these crime syndicates has had to speak the truth on where the public debt came from. Suraci has a few questions for them. No mention of a referendum on the Lisbon treaty. No mention of the illegal wars already being fought and the more wars in the pipeline. No mention of the kidnapping and torture of civilians. No mention of MI5 and Mossad’s links to the 7/7 bombings.

The British government managed to sink to same level of corruption and depravity under New Labour as under of the previous Tory regime. The LibDems are thoroughly PC, pro Europe and pro war. None of the parties are fit to govern. The expense fraud would have never seen the light of day unless one brave soul had not released the original receipts. Cash for questions proved that these whores work for the lobby groups and not the electorate.

If you need no other pointers then the leading figure in the current regime is Mandy the Maleficent. He has been disgraced out of pubic orifice TWICE and is still haunting the stage like a demonic Boris Karloff. He has survived this long because he is the anointed Rothschild point man. Don’t get me started on the Milibands.

The British Government also wedded itself to the teat of Bush the pigmy Caligula. They started 2 wars of aggression. They have the blood of more than 1 million dead civilians on their hands. They enabled the massacre of men, women and children in the butchering of Gaza. They kidnapped, disappeared, tortured and raped thousands of captives – often until they were dead. They murdered their own civilians in false flag bombing to provide the political cover to continue to do so. So far the steady parade of dead fathers, sons and brothers in uniform are the only grim fruit of those actions. The Nazi’s were hung by the neck for the exact same crimes.

These ghouls have no power except what the public gives them. If anyone casts a vote for any of these crooks they are implicitly condoning and excusing our recent history. No matter who you vote for the government ALWAYS gets back in. Ignorance is no excuse in the eyes of the law. Aangirfan has had lots of interesting background on them all.

If you insist on voting and they are your only choices, spoil the ballot. Write “None of the above” on the ballot paper if you like. Withholding our support is a valid and legitimate exercise of the voting franchise. On May the 6th vote “none of the above” and let the devil look after his own.


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  2. Thanks DM. Creedence always gives me a lift.

  3. My new gibson should arrive today. After looking at pictures in the gulf I may have to let off some steam.

  4. You definitely won’t be doing much fishing (grin)

  5. "pygmy Caligula..." HAHAHA...LOVE it!

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  8. You have a good eye for the times DM. This was always my favourite, Easter 1916. It has a more realistic feel. It reminds me of harsher times, or so it felt. We were naive fools once upon a time.

    I have met them at close of day
    Coming with vivid faces
    From counter or desk among grey
    Eighteenth-century houses.
    I have passed with a nod of the head
    Or polite meaningless words,
    Or have lingered awhile and said
    Polite meaningless words,
    And thought before I had done
    Of a mocking tale or a gibe
    To please a companion
    Around the fire at the club,
    Being certain that they and I
    But lived where motley is worn:
    All changed, changed utterly:
    A terrible beauty is born.

    That woman's days were spent
    In ignorant good-will,
    Her nights in argument
    Until her voice grew shrill.
    What voice more sweet than hers
    When, young and beautiful,
    She rode to harriers?
    This man had kept a school
    And rode our winged horse;
    This other his helper and friend
    Was coming into his force;
    He might have won fame in the end,
    So sensitive his nature seemed,
    So daring and sweet his thought.
    This other man I had dreamed
    A drunken, vainglorious lout.
    He had done most bitter wrong
    To some who are near my heart,
    Yet I number him in the song;
    He, too, has resigned his part
    In the casual comedy;
    He, too, has been changed in his turn,
    Transformed utterly:
    A terrible beauty is born.

    Hearts with one purpose alone
    Through summer and winter seem
    Enchanted to a stone
    To trouble the living stream.
    The horse that comes from the road.
    The rider, the birds that range
    From cloud to tumbling cloud,
    Minute by minute they change;
    A shadow of cloud on the stream
    Changes minute by minute;
    A horse-hoof slides on the brim,
    And a horse plashes within it;
    The long-legged moor-hens dive,
    And hens to moor-cocks call;
    Minute by minute they live:
    The stone's in the midst of all.

    Too long a sacrifice
    Can make a stone of the heart.
    O when may it suffice?
    That is Heaven's part, our part
    To murmur name upon name,
    As a mother names her child
    When sleep at last has come
    On limbs that had run wild.
    What is it but nightfall?
    No, no, not night but death;
    Was it needless death after all?
    For England may keep faith
    For all that is done and said.
    We know their dream; enough
    To know they dreamed and are dead;
    And what if excess of love
    Bewildered them till they died?
    I write it out in a verse -
    MacDonagh and MacBride
    And Connolly and Pearse
    Now and in time to be,
    Wherever green is worn,
    Are changed, changed utterly:
    A terrible beauty is born.

  9. You guys are too witty for me.

    I am just gonna stick my head in the sand and listen for someone strumming a Gibson, some nice over-the-moon brainless love tune.

    Now I am reading Korea bombed Deepwater Horizon and I must cannot handle more.... kinda on denial level.

    Shakes head. Crawls back into bed despite it being 5:30 pm, pulls blanket over head... damn birds singing too loud! Think I gonna nuke their nests... that oughta do it.

  10. Noor and you thought we were a just a couple of wastrels!

    This one more I never get tired of

    I am going to make you really nervous now.

  11. I really liked the Red Sky link DM. I was wondering if the reference to holes in the sky and the red sky might be related to what George Ure and Cliff High call the “sun disease”. Fun times ahead seemingly

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  14. I’m not one for trusting the judgement of the Telegraph. It seems like a lot of effort being put in to make the “unsafe rigs” argument. The bankers seemed to know in advance that this was worth a wee side bet.

  15. It was a great relief to me here to find out I didn't have to worry about elections any more. They just appoint who they want. What me worry?

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  17. Britannia waves the rules again!

  18. keep your chin up guy.

  19. Sometimes you wonder. The sheep have an attention span shorter than a goldfish.

    I am cheered by the fact that none of this is real. It’s all theatre and the sheep are about to get a huge wake-up call. The elites will spend lots of time in meetings but the fleecing will continue.


  20. If this doesn't bring a smile to your face I don't know what will.

    Where the river runs free!

  21. Thank you DM. Kaminski ‘s article was a great way to start my morning. I find that his writings are little gems. He can cut through the media noise pollution to describe things that should be blindingly obvious. At other times he challenges us to sit up and pay attention. New learning cannot be spoon fed and may require some actual thought.

    I’ve been in a bit of a daze recently. I have kept up to date with the various postings but cannot seem to focus enough on any one thing for long. Maybe it’s part of the feel of the times – a pause before the storm. Alternatively I should get more sleep and exercise.

    PS. Only our rivers run free was a favourite of mine in a another life