Sunday 29 November 2015

Arabic Graffiti Found On Four EasyJet Planes

'An investigation has been launched after Arabic graffiti was found daubed on panels covering fuel tanks of four easyJet planes in France.Lisa King, easyJet cabin safety manager, alerted company employees to the graffiti with an email informing them of the discovery of "four aircraft in France with written inscriptions on the inside of the fuel panel, and toilet door in Arabic script".

The airline did not give any details of the nature of the inscriptions.

However, a spokeswoman for easyJet said the matter was not considered to be a threat either by the airline or the authorities, and no passengers had to be removed from the aircraft.

She said: "EasyJet assessed this issue, each time working in full consultation with the authorities, and is entirely satisfied it is nothing more than graffiti."EasyJet takes very seriously any security related issue and would not operate a flight unless we are entirely satisfied it is completely safe to do so."

EasyJet operates its fleet of aircraft in full compliance with all regulations. The safety and security of its passengers and crews is always easyJet's highest priority."'

Nothing to worry about? Graffiti won't bring down a plane it is true but I'd like to know what the graffiti was and if someone can get away with adding graffiti to a plane could they also adulterate the fuel or add something unwanted to the plane in that area?

Friday 27 November 2015

Friday night is music night - It's also NSFW music video night - A Rule 5 Friday post

Tonight it's The Flaming Lips featuring Amanda Palmer with The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

A good version of a great song. I have posted Amada Palmer songs before...

Diane Abbott: Chairman Mao "on balance did more good than harm"

Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Diane Abbott - birds of a rather nasty feather when it comes to their choice of 'friends' and seeming heroes.

Dianne Abbott's defence of Chairman Mao is by way of contrast with the mirth that the left reserved  for those people who supposedly say that well at least Mussolini made the trains run on time. Odd how a vile, vicious, murdering left-wing dictator can be applauded by a left-wing politician with no censure but not a vile, vicious murdering (allegedly) right-wing  dictator.

BBC cricket reporting competence

What's that? Topley in for Topley?

State Dept admits Iran didn’t even sign Iran deal and it’s NOT legally binding per The Right Scoop

'President Obama didn't require Iranian leaders to sign the nuclear deal that his team negotiated with the regime, and the deal is not "legally binding," his administration acknowledged in a letter to Representative Mike Pompeo (R., Kan.) obtained by National Review.

"The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is not a treaty or an executive agreement, and is not a signed document," wrote Julia Frifield, the State Department assistant secretary for legislative affairs, in the November 19 letter.'
You can read more about this here but not on the BBC where appeasing radical Islam is de rigeur, especially/even if it might lead to the destruction of Israel.

ISIS are not Islamic?

Brigitte Gabriel disagrees and explains why?

Feynman Chaser - The Key to Science

Feynman Chaser on scientific theory, can you see the failings of much of climate science?

Thursday 26 November 2015

Corbyn ‘more of a Pol Pot guy’

The Daily Mash has its own take on John McDonnell's quoting from Chairman Mao.
'JEREMY Corbyn has apologised after the shadow chancellor quoted Mao in the Commons yesterday, clarifying that he always preferred Pol Pot.

The Labour leader said that John McDonnell had unfortunately missed key policy sessions where it was agreed that Mao was a capitalist running dog whose Great Leap Forward was far too easy on the peasants.

Corbyn continued: "I always thought Mao was a bit of a poser, you know? '

Read the rest, I think it's satire...

Wednesday 25 November 2015

Did John McDonnell really quote from Mao?

I listened open mouthed as John McDonnell, Labour's (current) Shadow Chancellor quoted from Mao's Little Red Book. It was only when I got home that I saw the video. Can you imagine the furore if a Conservative politician quoted form a right-wing genocidal dictator? This reminded me of something I wrote back in 2011.

'In the last few days I have seen two rather odd examples of the way that a dictator considered a Communist can still be revered in a way that Hitler could (quite rightly) not. Westminster University is holding an exhibition called 'Poster Power: Images from Mao's China, Then and Now' at its 309 Regents Street building. Here's the blurb:
'Posters from Mao’s China exercise an enduring appeal to audiences across the globe, more than sixty years after the events that produced them. They are revisited in modern and contemporary Chinese art and commercial design, and curated in exhibitions in China, the US and Europe.

So why does imagery produced to support a revolutionary ideology half a century ago continue to resonate with current Chinese and Western audiences? What is the China we see between posters of the Mao years and their contemporary consumerist reinventions? How do we explain the diverse responses such imagery evokes? And what does the appeal of the posters of Mao’s China tell us about the country’s ‘red legacy’?

Poster Power explores some of these questions through setting up a visual dialogue between posters produced between the 1950s and the 1970s and their echoes in recent years. With posters from the University of Westminster’s Chinese Poster Collection, Chinese video art, documentary film, photographs, and contemporary items such as playing cards and nightclub advertising, the exhibition invites viewers to explore the posters’ ambiguities of appeal to their audiences. As visual reminders of both autocratic rule and exuberant youthful idealism, they evoke diverse responses, challenging the idea that Cultural Revolution poster propaganda transmitted a single, transparent meaning. These posters’ capacity to inspire ambiguous responses opens up new narratives of what remains a complex period of China’s recent past, and sheds light on its changing significance in contemporary China.'
Why not a word, nor even an allusion to the around 50 million people killed by the Chinese regime since 1949? why not a mention of the many millions tortured by the Chinese regime and forced to give up their "intellectual" jobs to work on the land as "workers", would that not have resonance for current students? Why not a mention of those killed around Tienanmen Square? Why not a mention of the invasion of Tibet and the destruction of so much Buddhist life? Why not a mention of the human rights abuses that occurred around the Beijing Olympics?

The other example was in an antique shop the other week where there was a small number of photos of Chairman Mao in a case and nobody seemed to think this was odd.

Can you imagine the furore if an antique shop had a collection of Adolph Hitler images on display? Can you imagine the protests if a British University held an exhibition of posters from Nazi Germany and did not put them into context?

Adolph Hitler's Nazi Germany killed around seven million people and the regime is rightly abhorred. Mao's communist regime in China killed many many more (as did Stalin's communist regime in the Soviet Union) and yet there is hardly a word of protest in remembrance now. Schools teach the evils of Nazism & the BBC raise the subject regularly, and quite rightly so, but the equally (or more) evils of Mao and Stalin's communist regimes are mentioned far less; why is that the case? Maybe it is something to do with the backgrounds of a large proportion of the BBC, Labour Party leadership and educational elite in this country; once a Marxist, always a Marxist?'


Most Muslims are peaceful

Indeed they are, but the 'peaceful majority are irrelevant'...Brigitte Gabriel explains why.

The "Disproportionate focus" on Israel

The BBC have a disproportionate focus on Israel, the Balen Report would no doubt reveal why.

Monday 23 November 2015

Europe and the West's future according to the exiled Archbishop of Mosul: 'I Have Lost My Diocese to Islam; You in the West Will Also Become Victims of Muslims' per Breitbart

Whilst too many people in the West wring their hands about the possible backlash against Muslims in the aftermath of the latest Islamist terrorist attack on Paris, the Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, Iraq, has a warning for us:
'... Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims. Also you are in danger. You must take strong and courageous decisions, even at the cost of contradicting your principles. You think all men are equal, but that is not true: Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home.'

Friday 20 November 2015

Harry's Place » It’s the Maths, Stupid - The must read article of the week, month, maybe year

This article by Saul Freeman for Harry's Place is a must read. It says what many Jews in Britain think and fear. 

We have been abandoned and worse by the left of British politics and of course by the institutionally anti Israel BBC. Maybe there is no place for us in Britain any more, maybe we should all move to where we are still wanted, Israel or to where we won't be noticed or hated quite so much, but where...

Andrew Neil with a message for the Paris attackers

Nice words but unfortunately the modern France isn't what it was. I fear the "Islamist scum" could well win this one.

Tuesday 17 November 2015

Ben Shapiro: First They Came for the Jews

Another Ben Shapiro masterclass

Ben Shapiro: The Myth of the Tiny Radical Muslim Minority

There are some logical flaws and inconsistencies in his counting but the general point is well made and stands - Radicals are not a tiny minority of Muslims.

Say what you like about Boris Johnson but he's a class act

Sky News (@SkyNews) tweeted at 5:38 PM on Tue, Nov 17, 2015:
Will Boris Johnson be singing La Marseillaise at England v France tonight? Well, he's recited the words for us:

The Quran and the Siege of Paris per David Wood

Before and after the Paris attacks I have had people on Twitter telling me that Koran verse 5:32 shows that Islam is a religion of peace as it says:
'If any one killed a person, it would be as if he killed the whole of mankind'
I've heard this argument presented on BBC programmes too. 

The people who post this never respond, with other than abuse, when I ask them what the rest of that verse says and why they have edited it. And the BBC presenters never ask that question at all.
Here's the whole of that verse:
'On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people. Then although there came to them Our apostles with clear signs, yet, even after that, many of them continued to commit excesses in the land.'
Verse 5:32 is for the Children of Israel, the Jews, to abide by, not for Muslims. 

Now some might argue that although the verse says it applies to the Children of Israel it really applies to anyone. That would be nice, wouldn't it? Well no as that little clause that the quoters omit from the very middle of their quote the part that says:
'unless it be for murder or spreading mischief in the land.' 
If someone is 'spreading mischief' they can still be killed. Islamists would say that attacking Muslims in Muslim lands was spreading mischief.

I've posted some videos by David Wood before, here's his recent one that makes the same point as I do above, albeit rather better than I have. He also goes on to explain verse 5:33, the verse that is aimed at Muslims, spoiler - it's not as peaceful as verse 5:32. 

Islamic State is plotting deadly cyber-attacks says George Osborne per BBC News but it's protecting Jeremy Corbyn that is still the BBC's priority

This BBC report contains an odd section:
'"You do not protect people by sitting around and wishing for another world. You have to act in this one. And that means being prepared to use military force where necessary," Mr Cameron said.'
Odd comments if you rely on the BBC for your news, anyway. This line of David Cameron was aimed at Jeremy Corbyn after his ridiculously right-on but impractical musings not that the BBC explain that. For all his faults, and even the BBC are not so blind as to be unable to see them, he is the leader of the BBC's beloved Labour Party and thus must be protected from criticism and ridicule.

Monday 16 November 2015

Jeremy Corbyn - seriously?

Is Jeremy Corbyn serious? If he is then he really is somewhat divorced from reality. I don't think that PCSOs are going to prevent a terrorist attack, even less tackle some terrorists in the act.

"... the attacks have nothing to do with Islam..."

Theresa May tells us that "... the attacks have nothing to do with Islam...".

The trouble is that ISIS say diferent, that's The Islamic State. Now who is likely to be the bigger expert on Islam: Theresa May or ISIS? Please watch this previous post.

ISIS operatives in amongst the 'refugees' - who could see it happening?

ISIS operatives in amongst the 'refugees' - who could see it happening? James Clapper, the Director of US National Intelligence, Robert Spencer and others could. Did Angela Merkel not do her due diligance?

Is the West at war with Islam? ISIS openly say that they are at war with the West.

Nigel Farage saw that open borders for 'refugees' would leave room for ISIS operatives to infiltrate the EU

Nigel Farage saw that open borders for 'refugees' would leave room for ISIS operatives to infiltrate the EU. Of course the BBC and the liberal estalishment knew that he was wrong, what say they now?

Who are Islamic State?

I have posted this Vice News report before but I think that it needs watching again especially by those who say Islamic State are nothing to do with Islam. Parts of this video shows how civic society behaves under Sharia law. Everything within IS is shaped by and defined by Islam according to the Koran. "...those who don't obey will be forced"

Watch the Belgian Islamist preacher and his son, listen to the men and boys that speak afterwards? Now ask yourself how many Islamist preachers, their children and others think the same but are still living in Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Bradford, Birmingham etc etc etc? How about the nine-year old boy proudly declaring that he's off to camp to learn how to use a Kalashnikov and then to fight the Russian and Americans - the infidels. By the way, does anyone believe that the 'children' that Israel are vilified for arresting are not of a similar ilk?

Listen to the delightful young chap from 33:48 "We promise you car bombs and explosives... we'll destroy the enemies of the religion, all of them" - How many of the young male 'refugees' being welcomed into Europe share similar views? Do we even know? Do our leaders care? Do the BBC?

Quarter of British Muslims sympathise with Charlie Hebdo terrorists - Telegraph

This report following the previous Islamic terrorist attack on Paris is revealing and scary. 

I wonder how many British Muslims support the most recent terrorist attack on Paris.

Why the Bataclan?

Something that the BBC won't report.

Sunday 15 November 2015


'Officials said the passport holder entered Greece on Oct. 3 through Leros, one of the eastern Aegean islands that tens of thousand of people fleeing war and poverty have been using as a gateway into the 28-nation EU. Serbian police said the holder of the passport then registered at its border entry with Macedonia on Oct. 7. Croatian police said the passport holder was checked at a refugee center on Oct. 8, but the man was not flagged as suspicious and continued his journey toward Hungary and Austria, according to police spokeswoman Helena Biocic.'
And five weeks later... 

How many more such terrorists have got into Europe during the recent open doors experiment? Will Merkel, Hollande etc apologise for their stupidity? Will the BBC apologise for their cheerleading?

You may not be interested in war but war is interested in you per Spectator Blogs

'They may hate us for what we do but, more significantly, they despise us – all the western world – for who we are and how we live. This is so obvious by now that it risks seeming banal but it demands restating because, even now, even after all this, there remain too many people who deny the truth.'

Paris attacks: Omar Ismail Mostefai identified as assailant per BBC News

There's an odd line in this BBC report

Apparently Omar Ismail Mostefai 'is said to have regularly attended the mosque in Luce, close to Chartres.'

Hold on, if he regularly attended a mosque then why did he carry out this terrorist attack? 

If Islam is a/the 'religion of peace' then isn't that a little odd. Surely the more one attends a place of worship for a religion of peace the more peaceful one would become?

Phones need 'bed mode' to protect sleep per BBC News

Apparently 'Smartphones, tablets and e-readers should have an automatic "bedtime mode" that stops them disrupting people's sleep, says a leading doctor.'
They already do, it's called the off button.
More first world problems here

Saturday 14 November 2015

'Crimes' That Jihadists Will Kill You For

'Militant Islamism's war on all of us appears to be accelerating. Christians, Jews, Hindus, atheists, women, gays, and millions upon millions of Muslims who reject the Islamist template—all of us are considered to be Quranically sanctioned targets for elimination by a demented and determined enemy.
We can continue to make believe that jihadists are merely reacting to intolerable provocations by the perfidious West, or we can credit them with possession of a well-developed supremacist theology of global expansionism, and with a desire to resuscitate medieval values. Militant Islam's war on pluralism and modernity has a thousand fronts, and, in the minds of  jihadists, the crimes of their enemies are limitless. '
More including a list of the crimes that we can be killed for here

palestine célébrer 14 11 2 015 attentats à Paris - Palestinians celebrate last night's terrorist attacks on Paris

I don't suppose that BBC will show such video.

Not entirely surprising news, but news the BBC won't report

French magazine Le Point says the Bataclan theater has for years been the target of anti-Zionist groups as its Jewish owners often put on pro-Israel events.

The publication quotes a member of the extremist group Army of Islam, who told French security services in 2011 that, "We had planned an attack against the Bataclan because its owners are Jews

The BBC will of course hide this inconvenient fact.

Friday 13 November 2015

News about the Paris terrorist attacks that The Telegraph are reporting but the BBC aren't

'Paris shooting:
40 dead and many injured after 'Kalashnikov and grenade attacks' in French capital

Gunmen shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as they opened fire'

Now why would the BBC not be reporting that piece of news?

Cameron Diaz topless Loaded photoshoot from 1999 - A Friday Night Rule 5 Post - NSFW

I have just discovered that Cameron Diaz did a nude photoshoot for Loaded in 1999. The pictures have just resurfaced and so here they are...

There's more gratuitous Cameron Diaz nudity here  and pubic hair talk here.

Joanna Lumley uncovered - NSFW - A Rule 5 Friday post

Further to may last post I have also found some rather more revealing video of a young Joanna Lumley

To mark Children In Need, here's a clip from the 1983 show of Joanna Lumley stripping - A Rule 5 Friday Post

She really had it!

Thursday 12 November 2015

With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European Nations

It's an invasion, an invasion with the implicit permission of our leaders. Europe is being destroyed, why? The above video does have an anti-Semitic aspect but I still think it is worth showing.

Tuesday 10 November 2015

Modern Educayshun

A brilliant short film that satirises the modern education obsession with 'equality' and avoiding offence.

Thursday 5 November 2015

The ICC Test rankings

I've read this morning of the shock that England are going to drop to sixth in the ICC Test rankings.
Look at the table at the link below and you'll see how easy it is to rise or fall between second and sixth place, only seven points separated these teams last week.

It's bad but not that bad.

Unfortunately the one team that is clear of the rest in this table is South Africa and that's where England tour this winter...

Tuesday 3 November 2015