Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Local Pubs

On 17th November 1974, Maria McGuire’s ex-lover Dáithí Ó Conaill was interviewed on London Weekend Television by Mary Holland. Ó Conaill announced there would be an escalation of Provisional IRA violence. Four days later terrorist bombs were set off in the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern in the Town public houses in Birmingham killing 21 innocent people and injuring 182.

Whenever a brave British Soldier was injured in the line of duty in Northern Ireland, McGuire (at the time an IRA gun runner) and Ó Conaill would pray that he be dead by morning.
40 years after she had moved in the upper echelons of the IRA, McGuire now known as Maria Gatland, is the chair of the licensing committee for Croydon Council and a conservative councilor for Croham ward.
In Croham ward is one of the oldest pubs in Croydon and a local landmark, the Swan and Sugar-Loaf, which has been shut for almost two years now. There are plans to turn this piece of local history into another Tesco Express convenience store. Croydon like many other places in Great Britain has pubs closing all the time due to the smoking ban, the availability of cheap booze and drugs and the multicultural society not using pubs.

Thursday, 26 January 2012

Croydon Central MP, Gavin Barwell denies the existance of the British as a race

Gavin Barwell has shockingly used a parliamentary debate on the Holocaust to deny and dehumanise the British Race.
In the debate which was called by Barwell, nothing was actually debated, a number of MPs took the opportunity to condemn the holocaust and some quite rightly pointed out that there have been many holocausts and that it wasn’t only Jews killed but others as well.
If Gavin had wanted a debate perhaps he would have been better off debating why when people were executed for indirect involvement in the holocaust, were the criminals behind the German Vergeltungswaffe (V1 and V2 Rockets) of which 145 landed on Croydon and 1402 on Great Britain in total, treated as heroes with 126 of the principle designers joining NASA, including Wernher von Braun?
Barwell again condemned Emma West (mytramexperience), although she still hasn’t been convicted of anything and isn’t allowed to comment due to the ongoing court case. He claimed to have received a number of vile e-mails over his comments about Emma, a claim he had made before but was reluctant to back up. This time he went into a little more detail “For the next two or three weeks, I was subjected to a stream of vile e-mails from people who believe that anyone who is not white cannot be British. They accept that they are British citizens, but they do not accept that they are really British.”  He ranted. I can only assume that he considers that, there is no such thing as Indigenous British and stating anything to the contrary is ‘vile’.
Tomorrow as People remember the Holocausts, Gavin Barwell should look around him at the genocide of the Indigenous British Population, currently going on in London, Birmingham, Manchester and many other places in Great Britain today.

Thursday, 5 January 2012

What does it take to get an OBE or MBE these days

The Order of the British Empire was founded by King George V to fill gaps in the British honours system. King George V wanted to honour thousands of people who served Great Britain in non-combatant rolls during the Great War. Since then the honours system has been perverted to honour those who serve against British interests.
It is important to point out that honours are still awarded to a large number of people who do deserve them and that Her Majesty the Queen isn’t responsible for deciding who gets them.

A List of some of the people to receive New Years Honours 2012

Mrs Ansari Durdana OBE, For services to Muslim Women in the UK
Ms Irma Verslyn Heyliger OBE, For services to Black and Minority Ethnic people in Leeds, West Yorkshire
Mrs Sandra Kerr OBE, For services to Black and Minority Ethnic People.
Dr Syed Nayyer Abbas Abidi MBE, for services to the Black and Minority Ethnic community.
Ms Alice Jane Kelly Purnell OBE, for services to Transgender people.
Jeffrey Edward Anthony Dudgeon MBE, for services to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community in Northern Ireland.
Ms Jess Wood MBE, for services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender and Young People in Brighton and Hove.
Mrs Jane Codona MBE, for services to the Gypsy and Traveller community.
JP Mohammed Akram MBE, services to the British Pakistani community in Scotland.
Miss Pauline Nandoo MBE, Co-ordinator, Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers.
Malcolm John Ozin MBE, for services to the Jewish Community in London.
Mrs Madhurika Patel MBE, for services to the Indian community in Greater Manchester.