Archive for April, 2012

Message to the London Voters

Posted in British Government with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 30, 2012 by britishloyalist

Since the London Mayoral Election is near by, I would like to do us London patriots a favour.
Since Red Ken and many cronies like Red’s and Muslim extremists are going to vote for him at Thursday. I would like you London voters to spare your time and go to the polling station and vote for Boris Johnson.

But I try to spread this message out to the BNP website comments and they will not approve the message.
If your a BNP or UKIP voter, I will urge you to use Boris Johnson as your second preference.
I do not want Red Ken back in because he will fuck London right over again and give us higher taxes and more congestion charge so he can spend it for his luxury meetings and building up more mosques which is a waste of money, bricks and mortar!
The radical left wingers like tree hugging Green party and Liberal Democrats are telling their voters to use Red Ken as their second preference!!!

If your voting for an independent named Siobhan Benita, you know she have links to the Labour party, if you want to vote for her, go on, shes a wasted vote. But make sure you have Boris Johnson as your second preference!

Regardless what you think of Boris, I urge you lot to put a cross next to his name.
The history is repeating itself like in 2008. Red Ken lied that he will step down being mayor, but he just stands up again. I do not want to put up with another 4 years of his dictatorship. I do not want that UAF leader back in as Mayor of London.

Londoners, if you don’t like Tories because of their actions while there in government today, well I afraid that you have to vote for them at the Mayoral election because you have a good candidate named Boris Johnson which he is different then any other Tories.

You know Labour peers at House of Lords are opposing Ken Livingstone, even the boss of the Apprentice Lord Alan Sugar is telling the voters not to vote for Ken.

I really do hope you are getting my message, If you want to copy this message to the London EDL Facebook, or any other place, you are free to do so. Because I want the message to be spread!

And one thing, make sure you bring a pen with you, if you do not have one, you can get one from a shop cheaply, but make sure you bring a pen with you or else you be voting with a pencil. The reason why they give you a pencil is they can rub out your vote and vote for the opposing candidate! But seriously you need to vote with a pen not a pencil!

Thanks

Also check this out!

http://www.facebook.com/borisjohnson << also show your support to Boris Johnson by pressing the Like button on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/ken4london << Also bombard the comments on his Facebook page about him being a pro islam and his communist views. Also use the Labour25.com link to expose more about the Labour Party which will put the voters off because it's members are nonces!

http://www.notkenagain.com http://order-order.com/ << also check out the 2 links which will show blog posts about red Ken Livingstone!

http://casualsunited.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/london-mayor-its-simple-you-vote-for-boris-or-you-will-get-ken/ << Casuals United telling their London voters to vote for Boris!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-17701218 << UKIP leader is telling their voters to use Boris as their second preference. But not a peep from a BNP about telling their voters who would their second preference be.

Can a moderator also sticky this thread as well because i want to make sure that the message gets through.

I will do my duty on Thursday and vote for Boris! are you?

UK aid worker kidnapped in Pakistan beheaded

Posted in islam with tags , , , , , , , , on April 29, 2012 by britishloyalist

QUETTA, Pakistan — The body of a British Red Cross worker abducted in Pakistan four months ago was found beheaded Sunday, with a note saying he was killed after his captors’ demands were not met, police said.
The mutilated body of Khalil Rasjed Dale, 60, was dumped in a bag in an orchard on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of the insurgency-hit southwestern province of Baluchistan.
A note claiming to be from militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan was found with the body, senior local police official Tariq Manzoor told AFP.
The group said in the note that “our demands were not met (and) we have stuffed his (Dale’s) body in a bag after slaughtering him. We will soon release a video of his beheading,” according to Manzoor.
Dale, a British Muslim who had been managing a health programme in Quetta for almost a year, was abducted in the city on January 5 by eight masked gunmen, who forced him from his car at gunpoint as he returned home from work.
A source close to the case said the captors had demanded a ransom of $30 million.
The International Committee of the Red Cross “condemns in the strongest possible terms this barbaric act”, said its Director-General Yves Daccord.
“All of us at the ICRC and at the British Red Cross share the grief and outrage of Khalil’s family and friends.”
“We are devastated,” Daccord said, adding that the aid worker — who had worked in Somalia, Afghanistan and Iraq — was a “trusted and very experienced Red Cross staff member”.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague said London had tried tirelessly to secure Dale’s release.
“This was a senseless and cruel act, targeting someone whose role was to help the people of Pakistan, and causing immeasurable pain to those who knew Mr Dale,” he said in a statement.
Pakistan’s government also condemned “the barbaric act” and vowed “to bring perpetrators of this heinous crime to justice”.
Riffat Hussain, a police surgeon at Bolan Medical College in Quetta, where the aid worker’s body was taken, told AFP that Dale had been decapitated, but doctors had stitched his head back on to his body.
He is believed to have been killed some 12-14 hours before his body was discovered, the surgeon said.
“There were no signs of any torture on his body but different body joints were dislocated” when he was stuffed into the bag, the surgeon added.
Police official Manzoor told AFP: “His body was found in a bag in an apple orchard on the outskirts of Quetta on Sunday morning.”
He said police had difficulty identifying Dale as he had grown a beard, but staff from the ICRC had confirmed the remains were his.
Baluchistan is plagued by a separatist insurgency, sectarian violence and Taliban militants.
Local rebels rose up in 2004 demanding political autonomy and a greater share of profits from the region’s natural oil, gas and mineral resources.
Kidnappings are rife in parts of the province, where criminals looking for ransoms snatch foreigners and locals, sometimes passing their hostages on to Taliban and Al-Qaeda-linked groups.
In February 2009, John Solecki, the local head of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), was snatched at gunpoint in Quetta, with his driver killed during the abduction. Solecki was released after nearly nine weeks.
In Baluchistan, the ICRC mainly focuses on health programmes and supports several medical centres, including a hospital.
The ICRC had announced a reduction of its activities in Pakistan just days before Dale’s abduction with the closure of three of its centres in the restive northwest.
But after the kidnapping the organisation vowed to continue its work in the troubled country.

Posted in 2012 Olympics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 29, 2012 by britishloyalist

Ground-to-air missiles are to be sited on the roof of a block of flats near the Olympic site as part of a huge security operation to protect the Games.
The Army will station soldiers and high-velocity surface-to-air missiles on the residential block in East London to ward off airborne terror threats.
Residents in the private, gated flats in Bow have received a leaflet warning them that a team of ten soldiers and police will be placed at the building – home to 700 people – for the duration of this summer’s Games.
It follows an announcement by Defence Secretary Philip Hammond in November that missiles might be used to safeguard the Olympic site.
Last night, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) confirmed the missiles would be deployed within the next few days. They describe them as ‘a useful deterrent’.
Resident Brian Whelan, a journalist, said the MoD leaflet says the missiles will be fired only as a last resort.
He said: ‘They are going to have a test run next week, putting high-velocity missiles on the roof just above our apartment. They’re stationing police and military in the tower of the building for two months.
‘It’s a private, gated community with an old watch tower which is now a lift shaft.
We have an MoD leaflet saying the building is the only suitable place in the area. It says there will be ten officers plus police present 24/7. I’m not sure if they are going to live in the building. We have a gym and a pool and people have seen them there so it makes you think it will be some sort of Army base – it’s not ideal.
‘The property management company which runs the place put up posters and gave out the leaflets today.
‘The general tone was, “Great news, aren’t we lucky”, but that’s not normal, it’s not something people should have put on them.
‘I’ve looked these up [the missiles] and I don’t think they’re the kind of thing you can fire over a highly populated area like Tower Hamlets, think of the debris.’
Mr Whelan said the leaflet poses a series of questions residents might ask, such as: ‘Will this make me a target for terrorists?’
The 28-year-old said: ‘But the answer on it is that we will be safer with it here.
‘From the few people I’ve spoken to, and the security we have here, they’re not happy about it. I don’t think it needs to be here at all.’

Warning: High-velocity surface-to-air missiles will be stationed on the residential block in East London to ward off airborne terror threats

Launch site: The Army will station soldiers and high-velocity surface-to-air missiles on this residential block in Bow Quarter, East London, to ward off airborne terror threats

Protection: Defence Secretary Philip Hammond saw some of the Rapier System ground-to-air missile launchers during a visit to RAF Waddington near Lincoln, earlier this year

Target: Security agencies fear the Olympic site in Stratford, east London, will be targeted by terrorists and are preparing for a range of difference scenarios

MP’s twitter rant at foreign workers for serving him ‘worst’ bacon sandwich

Posted in British Government, EU, immigrants with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 29, 2012 by britishloyalist

Labour backbencher Barry Sheerman claimed he represents ‘the good folk of Huddersfield not Gdansk!’

A Labour MP has been accused of xenophobia after he went on twitter to blame foreign workers for serving him a sub-standard bacon sandwich.

Veteran backbencher Barry Sheerman tweeted: ‘Just had worst coffee and bacon bap in London at Victoria Station. Why can’t Camden Food Co employ English staff?’

Mr Sheerman then defended his post by insisting he represented the people of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire and ‘not Gdansk’.

And when fellow tweeter Nick Lindford responded: ‘On reflection was that tweet not xenophobic?’, Mr Sheerman replied: ‘We are all allowed a small English rant on St George’s day aren’t we?’.

However Mr Linford retorted: ‘Not in my books no, especially not if you are an MP.’

The MP then retorted: ‘I am not a xenophobe. I am an MP and I represent the good folk of Huddersfield not Gdansk!

Mr Sheerman has since defended his comments arguing that British people should be first in line for jobs.

He told the Daily Telegraph: ‘I was in a bit of a hurry to get the right train.

‘The girl who served me couldn’t speak very good English. She got my order wrong and my change wrong – that’s what made me cross.

‘I know she was from Eastern Europe but I don’t know if it was Lithuania or Poland.’
He insisted he was not prejudiced adding: ‘There are a lot of unemployed people in Huddersfield and I think they should have first crack at jobs rather than someone who arrived from Eastern Europe yesterday.

‘The average young person in my constituency has got competition from every young person in Europe.

‘I can see why everyone thinks our country is paved with gold – they all want to come here.

‘I’m getting increasingly worried about the free movement of people across Europe.

‘It’s a very competitive world out there and my constituents resent that.’

Mr Sheerman said politicians should be free to express their views on immigration and blamed political correctness for hindering a politican’s ability to represent his constituents.

Pink Floyd – The Postwar Dream

Posted in British history, Vids, War with tags , , , , , , , on April 23, 2012 by britishloyalist

How Pakistan Makes Washington Pay for the Afghan War

Posted in islam, War with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 23, 2012 by britishloyalist

The US needs access to the Pakistani border into Afghanistan, so Pakistan is playing its advantage for all it’s worth.

The following ingredients should go a long way to produce a political thriller. Mr. M, a jihadist in an Asian state, has emerged as the mastermind of a terrorist attack in a neighboring country, which killed six Americans. After sifting through a vast cache of intelligence and obtaining a legal clearance, the State Department announces a $10 million bounty for information leading to his arrest and conviction. Mr. M promptly appears at a press conference and says, “I am here. America should give that reward money to me.”
A State Department spokesperson explains lamely that the reward is meant for incriminating evidence against Mr. M that would stand up in court. The prime minister of M’s home state condemns foreign interference in his country’s internal affairs. In the midst of this imbroglio, the United States decides to release $1.18 billion in aid to the cash-strapped government of the defiant prime minister to persuade him to reopen supply lines for US and NATO forces bogged down in the hapless neighboring Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

Alarmingly, this is anything but fiction or a plot for an upcoming international sitcom. It is a brief summary of the latest development in the fraught relations between the United States and Pakistan, two countries locked into an uneasy embrace since September 12, 2001.
Mr. M. is Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, a 62-year-old former academic with a tapering, hennaed beard, and the founder of the Lashkar-e Taiba (the Army of the Pure, or LeT), widely linked to several outrageously audacious terrorist attacks in India. The LeT was formed in 1987 as the military wing of the Jammat-ud Dawa religious organization (Society of the Islamic Call, or JuD) at the instigation of the Pakistani army’s formidable intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The JuD owes its existence to the efforts of Saeed, who founded it in 1985 following his return to his native Lahore after two years of advanced Islamic studies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, under the guidance of that country’s Grand Mufti, Shaikh Abdul Aziz bin Baz.
On its formation, the LeT joined the seven-year-old anti-Soviet jihad in Afghanistan, an armed insurgency directed and supervised by the ISI with funds and arms supplied by the CIA and the Saudis. Once the Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan in 1989, the Army of the Pure turned its attention to a recently launched anti-Indian jihad in Indian-administered Kashmir and beyond. The terrorist attacks attributed to it range from the devastating multiple assaults in Mumbai in November 2008, which resulted in 166 deaths, including those six Americans, to a foiled attack on the Indian Parliament in New Delhi in December 2001, and a successful January 2010 attack on the airport in Kashmir’s capital Srinagar.

In January 2002, in the wake of Washington’s launching of the Global War on Terror, Pakistan formally banned the LeT, but in reality did little to curb its violent cross-border activities. Saeed remains its final authority. In a confession, offered as part of a plea bargain after his arrest in October 2009 in Chicago, David Coleman Headley, a Pakistani-American operative of LeT involved in planning the Mumbai carnage, said: “Hafiz Saeed had full knowledge of the Mumbai attacks and they were launched only after his approval.”
In December 2008, the United Nations Security Council declared the JuD a front organization for the banned LeT. The provincial Punjab government then placed Saeed under house arrest using the Maintenance of Public Order law. But six months later, the Lahore High Court declared his confinement unconstitutional. In August 2009, Interpol issued a Red Corner Notice, essentially an international arrest warrant, against Saeed in response to Indian requests for his extradition. Saeed was again put under house arrest but in October the Lahore High Court quashed all charges against him due to lack of evidence.
It is common knowledge that Pakistani judges, fearing for their lives, generally refrain from convicting high-profile jihadists with political connections. When, in the face of compelling evidence, a judge has no option but to order the sentence enjoined by the law, he must either live under guard afterwards or leave the country. Such was the case with Judge Pervez Ali Shah who tried Mumtaz Qadri, the jihadist bodyguard who murdered Punjab’s governor Salman Taseer for backing an amendment to the indiscriminately applied blasphemy law. Soon after sentencing Qadri to capital punishment last October, Shah received several death threats and was forced into self-exile.
Aware of the failures of the Pakistani authorities to convict Saeed, US agencies seemed to have checked and cross-checked the authenticity of the evidence they had collected on him before the State Department announced, on April 2nd, its reward for his arrest. This was nothing less than an implied declaration of Washington’s lack of confidence in the executive and judicial organs of Pakistan.

Little wonder that Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani took umbrage, describing the US bounty as blatant interference in his country’s domestic affairs. Actually, this is nothing new. It is an open secret that, in the ongoing tussle between Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari and his bête noire, army chief of staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, the Obama administration has always backed the civilian head of state. That, in turn, has been a significant factor in Gilani’s stay in office since March 2008, longer than any other prime minister in Pakistan’s history.

How to Trump a Superpower

Given such strong cards, diplomatic and legal, why then did the Obama administration commit itself to releasing more than $1 billion to a government that has challenged its attempt to bring to justice an alleged mastermind of cross-border terrorism?

The answer lies in what happened at two Pakistani border posts 1.5 miles from the Afghan frontier in the early hours of November 26, 2011. NATO fighter aircraft and helicopters based in Afghanistan carried out a two-hour-long raid on these posts, killing 24 soldiers. Enraged, Pakistan’s government shut the two border crossings through which the US and NATO had until then sent a significant portion of their war supplies into Afghanistan. Its officials also forced the US to vacate Shamsi air base, which was being used by the CIA as a staging area for its drone air war in Pakistan’s tribal areas along the Afghan border. The drone strikes are exceedingly unpopular – one poll found 97 percent of respondents viewed them negatively—and they are vehemently condemned by a large section of the Pakistani public and its politicians.

Furthermore, the government ordered a comprehensive review of all programs, activities, and cooperation arrangements with the US and NATO. It also instructed the country’s two-tier parliament to conduct a thorough review of Islamabad’s relations with Washington. Having taken the moral high ground, the Pakistani government pressed its demands on the Obama administration.

An appointed Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) then deliberately moved at a snail’s pace to perform the task on hand, while the Pentagon explored alternative ways of ferrying goods into Afghanistan via other countries to sustain its war there. By contrast, a vociferous campaign against the reopening of the Pakistani supply lines led by the Difa-e Pakistan Council (Defense of Pakistan), representing 40 religious and political groups, headed by Hafiz Saeed, took off. Its leaders have addressed huge rallies in major Pakistani cities. It was quick to condemn Washington’s bounty on Saeed, describing it as “a nefarious attempt” to undermine the Council’s drive to protect the country’s sovereignty.

Meanwhile, the loss of the daily traffic of 500 trucks worth of food, fuel, and weapons from the Pakistani port of Karachi through the Torkham and Chaman border crossings into Afghanistan, though little publicized in US media, has undermined the fighting capability of US and NATO forces.

when the wind blows part 1

Posted in British Government, Vids with tags , on April 23, 2012 by britishloyalist