Monthly Archives: May 2010

“Mission Statement”

Since writing my “Introduction” on May 4th, 2010, I now have a number of items posted, and am developing a good idea of what my website’s potential may be.  It’s still early days yet, but I think it is time to go into more detail about my motivation and intentions.

Firstly, it is my wish to provide original material and comment, as much as possible.  And, I intend to provide information not easily found in the main-stream media.  Issues such as race, immigration, and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians, are generally treated with kid gloves.  Frank discussion of them can result in accusations of racism or anti-Semitism, even “hate”.

Because of that, I will not be allowing comments to be posted on my site.  I don’t want or need the responsibility of having to monitor other people’s postings, particularly after the revelations regarding Richard Warman’s racist and anti-Semitic postings to other people’s sites.  I expect to be controversial enough in my own right, and I certainly don’t want help from anyone else!

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Special Air Service

Below is an excellent article from Britain’s Daily Mail. The text below is a copy-and-paste; to see the pictures as well, follow this link

Who dares mutinies: How the SAS defied orders to launch the most audacious rescue of the Iraq war.

By Tony Rennell
Last updated at 7:54 AM on 15th May 2010

At Credenhill camp, their UK base near Hereford, officers and troopers of 22 SAS were on parade in their best bib and tucker. Their usual jeans and combat overalls were replaced by spotless dress uniforms for a ceremony to consecrate a new resting place for the regiment’s fallen heroes. But then the quiet was shattered by dozens of mobile phones ringing.

Nearly 3,000 miles away in hot, dusty Southern Iraq, two of their own were in desperate trouble. Captured by insurgents, banged up in a cell and physically beaten, they were under threat of summary execution.

Even worse, the message coming along the grapevine was that nothing much was being done by British forces in Basra to save them. There was every chance, it seemed, that the new graveyard would soon be getting its first occupants.

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Rise of Scottish separatism?

In the May 23rd, 2010 issue of The Scotsman, we find the article “Tories woo SNP with UK role”. 

I am astonished at the utter stupidity of the British Government in allowing itself to be represented in an international forum by separatists.  And sad, because of the certain knowledge that such fawning and catering will encourage the Scottish separatists, (and that is indeed what they are), to make even greater demands in the future. 

To get a good idea of what a future of catering to Scottish separatism may bring to the UK, we have only to look at Canada’s history of threats, coercion and outright blackmail at the hands of Quebec’s various separatist entities over the years.   And, in the case of the UK, there is a further complication: In my opinion, it is vital that all components of a political union should be treated equally; why, therefore, do Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland have their own legislatures and “First Ministers”, but not England, which largely pays the freight for the others?   

The English might presently be expanding their chests with pride at their generosity and goodwill, but when push comes to shove, this lack of equality will soon become intolerable.  And, it will cost them enormously in terms of further demands for autonomy, a guaranteed say in National affairs, privileged treatment, and outright cash.

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CW2 – Layne Heath

“Fortune had eluded Layne Heath. His brick business in Fort Worth had gone belly up. He had tried construction work and humping freight on loading docks, but without graduating far beyond the minimum wage. So to nurse his bank account and a romantic ambition, Heath pulled out his typewriter and tapped out a novel based on his days as a helicopter pilot in Viet Nam.”     –   Priscilla Painton, Time Magazine, June 12th 1989.

What can I say – this book is magnificent!  There is no substitute for the wealth of detail and the authenticity of technical and historical knowledge that can be brought to bear by a person who has actually been there and done the things of which he writes.  Layne Heath combines his knowledge and experience with an obvious writing ability to produce a spellbinding story of the day-to-day experiences of a helicopter pilot in Vietnam.  His storylines are plausible, supplemented by a rich attention to detail which allows the reader to virtually share his experiences.  Although the ending is designed to accommodate a sequel, it was never written – most likely because the author put everything he had into one blockbuster of a novel that you will find very hard to put down until you are finished.  Utterly superb!

Jeff Goodall

National Post Editorial – “Explicit sex education program planned for Ontario” April 21st, 2010.

(Originally posted May 18th, 2010).

“…we see the program as a political vehicle for special interest groups obsessed with “social justice”, who perceive entrenchment of their libertine agenda in public school curricula as the quickest and most efficient route to detaching children from morality-based sexual values.”

Excellently put!

Jeff Goodall

Who gives a Shiksa?

(Originally posted May 18th, 2010).

(A “correction” regarding the Toronto Police 2009 report referred to below was posted on May 22nd, 2010).

In the May 17, 2010 issue of the National Post is a piece by Joseph Brean headed “Hate law goes to ‘most absurd level’: Jewish group”. 

It can be viewed at:

While the Canadian Jewish Congress is concerned at the expression “non-Jewish shiksa” being considered hateful, we are also told that the Toronto Police Services 2009 “hate crimes” report includes “such unusual victim groups as teachers, feminists, infidels, police, Nazis and pedophiles”. 

Well, duh!  This should be no surprise to anyone, it is a thoroughly predictable result of the phenomenon known as “bureaucratic momentum”; ordered to carry out a specific task, and under pressure to produce results, the police have escalated their efforts and gone far beyond what is necessary to measure the degree of “hatred” out there in simple terms of verbal abuse, assaults, graffiti, or any other measurable manifestation. 

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