Monday, March 30, 2009

The Queen of the Porn

Why is everyone so upset that Jacqui Smith used tax payers’ money to rent porn videos? After all, don’t we want her healthy and cheerful? Maybe then she’ll start doing some proper work.

Instead of paying back the money, as she’s offered, she should give the videos to those who paid for them, and make it public. It’s our right, as good tax-paying citizens, to know what turns on those we put in power.

If I ever tried to claim porn on company expense, I would be escorted out, without even a chance to clear my desk, so I am trying to imagine how could she have mistaken her porn expenses as official? Is it just possible that she simply claims all her expenses.

It’s sickening to hear that whenever any of our gangsters is caught claiming benefits for something that a normal person would be jailed for, they claim that they didn’t break any law. Of course they didn’t – they make the law. This is exactly what a corrupt government is, a government that makes the rules for the benefit of the government.

It’s corrupt, it’s immoral but it’s legal. We call it democracy. England seems to have deteriorated from a role model of democracy to a corrupt regime, whose only role is to protect itself. How much lower can we go?

Monday, March 23, 2009

UK and Islam

We can’t ignore the Muslim brotherhood's pain, and feel their pain when other Muslims are killed by non Muslims. We appreciate that Muslims want to keep the exclusive right of killing each other uninterrupted, and feel enraged when others do the deed. After all, more Muslims are killed by Muslim than by anyone else (Israel, you do not even appear statistically significant).

We appreciate the fact that Islam cares for the poor, and hence creates more poverty than any other religion, even in those privileged countries where God spreads money in the sand.

We understand the outrage of those Muslim in England who feel that their kids are not safe in our streets. Would they prefer Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sudan or Somalia to become our role model for safety.

They claim that Sharia law would eliminate rape. The Muslim countries have not proven it is the case. In many of them rape is an epidemic, and stoning the victim (or forcing her to marry the rapist) is the only cure. 

I have read the Korean and learned about the great achievements that Muslim brought to the world. I wish these were the things they were proud of: medicine, mathematics, astronomy.  But the current Islam want nothing to do with these achievements. And the things they are proud of, should never be allowed in England, nor anywhere else in the civilized world.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Tribute to Jade Goody by ranfuchs @ 22/03/2009 – 20:28:46

The death of a young mother is always a tragedy, for her friends, family, and most of all for her kids.

Yet it is not a national tragedy. Definitely not when Jade Goody is concerned. Jade Goody's only contribution was to demonstrate to the ignorant that being uneducated, and racists can make them famous; that their flaws is what this country likes. But is that enough to justify a tribute from the prime minister? What message is he conveying to our children? That cheap fame wins you honor more than education and hard work?

As sad as a death of a young mother is, this is of no national interest whatsoever. Unless, of course, Brown needs reality shows to devise his policies.

It certainly seems so.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

To Porn Or Not To Porn

It’s heart worming to learn that the Gallant Mr. Brown feels that those who abuse the expense system should apologies. Severe punishment indeed. Let's cancel the legal system, and replace it with letter of apology.  What saving that would be to the tax-payer. Why should I pay a traffic fine, if I can apologize to the policeman.?

And to a nearly completely different matter: I am glad to see that the house has taken measures to ensure that such unpleasant incidents will never happen again. From now, MPs will be allowed a few days to edit their receipts before they become public.

It’s already clear that they’ll be allowed to delete vendor names from their receipts (so we will not know that they used tax payers money to watch porn) and the date (so we will not know that they charged two hotels in different part of the country on the same day). What else will they be allowed to delete -- the amount? Why not? After all, they make the laws. Whatever they say can’t be illegal.

Accountability and transparency, this is what the head of our gang has promised to legislate into the post-credit-crisis economy. I am glad to see that in his own house he does not practice what he  preaches. For a moment I got worried.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


With all the newly suggested internet policies, Brown the Brave said that “we are ushering in a new world of accountability in which parents, patients and local communities shape services”. But what about Governments Mr. Brown? When will they be held accountable for anything?

What about your government?

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Not another policy!

Gordon the Magnificent continues with his infinite list of new unrelated ideas. The latest is to half-train failed bankers to become half competent teachers. In other words, bankers who failed at their jobs, will get an accelerated course to become teachers.

As a full time teaching course seems not to be doing much good for the UK education system, why not do away with teacher training altogether, can't anyone with a stick become a teacher. 

Alternatively, we may also want to encourage early-released prisoners (one of Gordon the Magnificent latest policies) to take teaching jobs. After all, these guys sure know about life.

By the way, does anyone know what happened to the elimination of prostitution policy?

Monday, March 9, 2009

Trust the government

Prisoners released early from jail have been paid in compensation for losing free board and lodging.
This is the latest of the government policy kitchen. I have a few suggestions:

1. Why don’t we cancel jails altogether? Instead, we will have our courts pay criminals for the time they do not spend in jail?

2. Even better, why don’t we cancel the judicial system, and have the police (now wearing new red uniform with big white beard) hand cash directly to criminals: cash for not being sent to jail, and the profit from eliminating the court system.

3. This can be followed by cancelling the police as well. Instead, we can put money boxes in the street; boxes which only criminals would be allowed to take money from. We will make it illegal for non-criminals will never touch the money. So if they do, they would be breaking the law, and hence entitled to it.