Sunday, 28 June 2009

Friday, 19 June 2009

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

BBC happily promote more government theft


Every Briton with a fixed-line phone will pay a "small levy" of 50p per month to pay for faster net access.

The national fund created by the levy will be used to ensure most Britons get access to future net technologies.

The proposal is part of the Digital Britain report outlined by Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw in Parliament.

Once again the rancid BBC backs government theft by only giving one side of the story.

Fast broadband is hardly a necessisty. I still have a 2 Meg line and it is fine, as long as you don't want to download loads of pirate music and movies. The internet is great and it is also comparitavley cheap. Virgin are chucking out 10 Meg as standard now and others will follow.

The Library lets you log in for free and there are more and more hotspots that are free too. If people really wanted to, they could share out their own wireless routers for others to use too.

Having broadband is a nice thing to have, but it is not essential. Certainly not essential enough to warrant forcing people to pay for others, under the threat of violence if you refuse to pay.

I expect theiving from this disgusting anti-freedom government, but the BBC that is built on theft too just makes it worse.

50p a month on top of all the other theft, across millions of people is another massive smash and grab. How much more of this are we going to put up with?

Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Why the BBC are biased, useless and not fit for purpose : Part 1

As part of my thinking after the election results on Sunday, I have decided that the media isn't just an important part of the problem, it is the main problem.

The utter garbage that the masses get fed; is THE main reason why this country has lost its way and hasn't got a clue on what to do. So as of today I am starting a serious of articles; that will expose one of the biggest media outlets this country has. That being the taxpayer funded BBC; the supposedly "unbiased" and reliable news source of this nation. I have chosen the BBC, because it is probably the most powerful and is based on theft itself. You can't watch T.V. unless you pay for the BBC, which is wrong even if it wasn't biased. But it is; so sit back and weep at the utter garbage it puts out.

Smoking disease costs NHS £5bn

That's the headline in today's gem. Accurate? Fair? Researched? No, no and thrice no.

It is the typical propaganda we can expect from these Communist wannabes.

1st up is the assertion that it is the NHS that somehow pays for this. No it isn't, the taxpayer does. The NHS is just a FORCED insurance scheme, that none of us have any choice in paying. We have to, or we go to prison, with violence if we resist.

So it doesn't cost the NHS anything.

2nd is it is a lie anyway. The NHS receives FAR more money from smokers, that smokers ever require of it. For one they are fleeced more than any other product user, with punitive taxation on top of all the other taxation that we all pay.

Then we come to the fact that smokers die younger. Yes they do and guess what. That saves the country's taxpayers billions in pension payments, but it also saves the NHS in old age care. Older people use the NHS more than anyone one else, which is hardly surprising. If people choose to kill themselves early by smoking, then that is a huge net saving once again.

Why do we allow the BBC to pump out the same lies as their Socialist masters? Their Mafia style forced insurance, that is based on theft is falling apart. Rather than admit this is due to it being based on the foundations of theft, monopoly and centralised control and bureaucracy, they try to find scapegoats who they can rape over and over again. Smokers, drinkers and fatties are the current easy targets. In the future they will choose other groups I am sure.

Let's delve into the article to see the true agenda being pushed.

The British Heart Foundation who funded the research said tighter regulations were needed on the sale of tobacco.

The same foundation that relies heavily on government funding itself and thus will tell the government what it wants to hear. Tighter regulations on the sale of tobacco = more fascist control = more cost and less freedom. Of course all of this means nothing as it just forces people into the black market. I don't know any smoker who doesn't get most of their smokes from the back of a lorry now.

The figure of £5bn in 2005-06 equates to 5.5% of the entire NHS budget.

A tiny fraction of the huge costs this monolith incurs. Also a tiny fraction of the taxes STILL taken from a gullible British public on tobacco product. To say smoker are a net cost on the NHS is simply a lie of epic proportions. A lie that this government and their willing puppets in the BBC are all to willing to tell.

They calculated that in 2005, smoking was responsible for 27% of deaths among men and around one in 10 among women, a figure that has not changed much in the past decade.
When looking at the costs to the NHS, they calculated that treating cancer caused by smoking costs 0.6bn a year and cardiovascular diseases cost 2.5bn a year.
Long-term lung conditions cost £1.4bn.

So people choose to kill themselves; pay heavily for the privilege; saving billions in their later life care that they are entitled too and yet they are still vilified by this repulsive government and their media lackeys.

A Department of Health spokesperson said: "The government has made great progress in cutting the number of people smoking by nearly 2.5 million over the last ten years but with 21% of adults still smoking in England, there is much work left to do.
"We will be publishing a new tobacco control strategy this year to ensure England can look forward to a tobacco-free future."

Who the hell do these fascist think they are? It's not up to government to tell us how to live our lives. They are there to make society run and nothing more. They should not be STEALING from us and then using the proceeds to beat us into submission. The BBC is a huge part of this scam and it has to go.

Does anyone else out there feel like me?

As you all know if you read this blog, I am a Libertarian Party member, but supported the UKIP for the EU elections just gone.

I stayed up until the early hours; watching to see how pissed off the British public were and how they would manifest this annoyance. Most people I speak to are not happy with the way things are. Whether is be Big Brother snooping on us; all the hoops we are made to jump through just to live; having more and more of our money stolen, to be spent on useless frivolity. That's before you even consider stuff like the expenses scandal that proved our politicians are thieves, spivs and not honourable people.

The local elections gave us a sign of what was to come really. Labour for sure were going to get an utter beating. Good, that's part of the medicine required; but there were some ominous signs.

1) The Tories seemed to have been given a "get out of jail free" card. Even though their spivs had joined the troughfest, even though they support outsourcing our government to unelected, unaccountable commies in the EU; they seemed to benefit the most from the "protest". The Lib Dems got a decent amount of the votes too, though they lost a number of councils, which was good.

2) The turnout. There is NO excuse for not turning up to the poll, or getting a postal vote. If you want to say none of the above, then you can do this by spoiling the ballot paper. Even just writing in NONE OF THE ABOVE, would at least have sent a message. Most people chose not to do that. They chose to do nothing and for me that sends the message "carry on as you were".

3) Others did O.K. but not spectacular. Seeing UKIP getting a few council seats and some other very good results, actually filled me with a bit of hope. UKIP usually do poorly in local elections, but this time they did better. I thought this would translate to a stunning EU election.

4) The Libertarian Party had its first election. It was no paper candidate either, unlike the other partys in that area who put VERY little effort in. Even the Tories who were the usual victors, were no where to be seen. So LPUK canvassed, leafleted and did all it could. The result? A respectable 6.9%, but given the amount of local effort compared to the others, you could be understood for expecting more. This showed to me, that people were much more tuned into the MSM coverage than actually listening to their local candidate. Also the turnout was pitiful. People had a decent range of choice, yet only 28% of people could be bothered to turn up.

So I went into the EU elections, thinking Labour would be trashed, UKIP would do better than last time; indeed I convinced myself that they would suck a lot of Tory votes over too. I thought the Lib Dems would do better than last time; so I actually thought UKIP could come second, but with the Lib Dems possibly pipping them.

The result kind of shocked me. The turn out was poor. Very poor, but of those people that turned out, there certainly was a large protest element. They were spread all over the place though and while UKIP came second, it was only just and with just 1 extra seat. Maybe I should be happy with that, seeing as the UK lost some seats, but I am not. Too many LibLabCon people were returned off the back of these results and the fact the Tories got all those seats, off of a VERY poor amount of votes; does not fill me with hope.

The BNP scraped a couple of seats and I'll not show the horror that others have done on this. While I can't stand them, they at least have one thing right. This country SHOULD have accountable politicians elected here making our laws. Not some unelected crooks in the EU commission. Their brand of socialism with racism, clearly appeals to some of the old Labour areas. Well Labour could address that; but they won't.

No the election results in both, but especially the EU election left me numb. It left me wanting to leave this country, as the people of this country seem to have given up. They have sent a very weak message to the LibLabCon; that they are a bit annoyed, but will continue to allow the bastards to get away with it. I can't share the joy of some that UKIP came 2nd, because it was a poor 2nd. A 2nd that didn't send the earthquake we really need in this country.

I feel a bit annoyed with people in this country, that are all to willing to moan down the pub, but couldn't be bothered to send a real message at the elections. It makes me wonder why I waste so much of my time, but then I know my anger will return to push me on again.

Will the rest of the country start caring at some point?

Monday, 1 June 2009

Britain needs a Gandhi

"If society becomes so perfect as to be self-regulated, representation becomes unnecessary.

There is then a state of enlightened anarchy.

In such a state everyone is his own ruler.

He rules himself in such a manner that he is never a hindrance to his neighbour.

In the ideal state, therefore, there is no political power; because there is no State."

Gandhi (1869—1948)

H/T Old Holborne