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PC dogma requires the proportionality of women (52%) and ethnics (10%) in the wider community "must" be reflected in the make up of our public services, irrespective of the natural abilities or motivations of the groups in question. :shock: Traditional male domains requiring high levels of physical strength have been dumbed down to allow physically weaker gender access. :shock: No doubt, Primary School brainwashing requires young boys to play with dolls too, in order to prepare them for this artificial PC construct. :roll::wink:

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Daily Mail:

 

"Police have been told they cannot object to a planned gipsy camp in a picturesque village - because to do so would be 'racist'.

Council chiefs have ruled that the local force's professional opinion 'breaches the Race Relations Act'.

The decision meant that councillors considering the planning application were not told how officers had been called to another local camp 109 times in just two years. "

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Since when has purchasing a transit van and a caravan make you a seperate race ? Very few of the travellers are true Romany..most of them are like you and me..Caucasian. Refusing them a site for their caravans isn't racist.

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Since when has purchasing a transit van and a caravan make you a seperate race ? Very few of the travellers are true Romany..most of them are like you and me..Caucasian. Refusing them a site for their caravans isn't racist.

 

... because in Brussels powered Nu Labour Britain, evryone and evrything has a priority over the indiginous population. Gypsies, Eastern Europeans and asylum seekers have rights, The only rights you, me and others who have lived here all of our lives; is the right to pay for it all!

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Who's "WE"????? Never have done, never will :wink::wink:

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During my voting years I'm afraid to say that I have, at one time or another, actually voted for each of the main 3 political parties.... (not at the same time of course :wink: )

 

Unfortunately I'm still trying to figure out, and indeed find, a party who I am confident will actually do what the they say they will do in their pre-election twaddle and who will actually make a possitive difference.

 

Guess that's one good thing about getting older.... you have more to look back on :shock::wink:

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Today's Independent:

 

A councillor came under fire today for using a pseudonym to praise his own work.

 

 

Ben Grower posted comments under several aliases on the Daily Echo's website.

 

But the newspaper in Bournemouth, Dorset, decided to name and shame the councillor after he posted praise for himself under the name Omegaman.

 

In one post about plans to build Europe's first artificial surf reef in Boscombe, the Labour councillor wrote: "At least two councillors seem to be concerned about this mess. Well done Cllrs Ratcliffe and Grower."

 

Other comments praised him for fighting a housing plan and, concerning the expansion of a dentist's surgery, he wrote: "Just shows that the area does have councillors who care about their residents.

 

"Well done Ted Taylor, Ben Grower and Beryl Baxter."

 

Mr Grower refused to comment on the allegations but sent an email to colleagues admitting he had been writing under aliases for some time.

 

He said many other councillors did the same thing and that he had never written anything offensive but only did it to have "a good laugh online".

 

The long-standing councillor said in his email: "As far as I am concerned this has and always will be a legitimate means of making comments.

 

"It is perfectly legitimate to use pseudonyms as indeed many others do."

 

Investigations showed Omegaman was registered with an address containing Mr Grower's name.

 

He initially denied being the author, saying it could be anyone, even Santa Claus, but later admitted it to the newspaper and said he would carry on but would use a different pseudonym.

 

Leader of the council's Liberal Democrats, Claire Smith, said it was deceitful.

 

"It's a little bit sad to say the least but it does have serious connotations," she said.

 

"Things like this cannot happen or the trust breaks down between councillors and members of your ward."

 

The Daily Echo said in a statement online: "The Echo does respect its readers' right to anonymity but we felt that when a councillor pretends to be somebody else to improve his reputation that it is of sufficient public interest to tell people about it."

 

 

Makes you think. :wink::)

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Is it any different to local parties doing photoshoots, saying "Look what we have done"?

 

And one party in particular has got it down to a fine art, they even have a central office at Hebden Bridge which comes up with many of the ideas/slogans. Alas for Warrington, their abilities in office do not live up to their hype, good job that they can rely upon the smallest Group to sort things out for them.....and for the people of Warrington. :wink::D

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Another "gem" from the Daily Mail:

 

"Patients with severe mental health problems were able to watch violent films while being treated at a psychiatric hospital, a report has found.

 

Two wards at Queen Mary's Hospital in Roehampton, which treats people for conditions including schizophrenia and psychosis, gave access to 'films of an extremely aggressive and violent nature', the Healthcare Commission discovered."

 

You couldn't make it up :x

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What about the Judge who said some yobs who burgled the car of a female driving instructor, wouldn't get a fair trial, cos as an upstanding and attractive witness she might sway a jury! :roll::wink:

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Daily Mail:

 

Big Brother is watching you ... from Australia: Council boss delivers budget from living room 10,000 miles away

 

It looks more like a scene from the film of George Orwell's 1984 than a routine council meeting.

 

However, it's not Big Brother on the huge screen, but the council's chief finance officer - beamed in from Australia.

 

Mat Taylor has moved to Adelaide but is still working for Fenland District Council in Cambridgeshire.

 

Finance chief Mat Taylor was beamed into the council chamber via a high-tech weblink to deliver the budget

And at the meeting he was sitting in the comfort of his own living room 10,000 miles away from his colleagues. He smiled as he told them: 'It's great to be back in the council chamber.'

 

Mr Taylor, 44, left his ?100,000 post in October and emigrated to the other side of the world with his wife Kim and their three young children.

 

He explained to his bosses that he wanted to go to Adelaide 'because of the Mediterranean climate and good standard of living'.

 

Some of his duties have been taken on by a less senior manager on a lower salary but Mr Taylor is now being paid for one day's work a week, which works out on a pro rata basis at ?20,000 a year.

 

That allows him to enjoy a relaxed climate where daytime temperatures at this time of year are up to 30c (86f).

 

His surprise address to councillors and officers at a scrutiny committee meeting last week made use of Skype, computer software that allows phone calls and video conferencing over the internet.

 

Chairman Simon King told him: 'Welcome, Mat, from the other side of the world.'

 

Mr Taylor - who, with a ten-and-a-half hour time difference, was speaking at 1.30am Adelaide time - then told the meeting the UK faced 'the worst economic situation for decades'.

 

But he insisted the rural council was healthy, adding: 'We are in a stronger position than most around us.'

 

Not everyone was enthusiastic about the hi-tech intervention.

 

After the meeting the Tory-run council's only independent councillor, Mark Archer, asked colleagues: 'Did you think that Mat Taylor's unearthly, electronic, digitally transmitted image, beaming its way to us via his holiday home, added any value to the debate? Apart from the PR value, that is?

 

'I know you support this modern approach to conducting business - so do I, given the right circumstances. But do you think Mr Taylor contributed in any way to the debate? And was whatever he did contribute worthy of his ?20,000 per annum retainer?'

 

Seems like somebody is taking the P.........

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Daily Mail:

 

Big Brother is watching you ... from Australia: Council boss delivers budget from living room 10,000 miles away

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Odd hasnt the European Parliament beein doing this for years anyway?

 

And if anyone knows anywhere who may be taking on Data Processing or similar that can be done on computer from home, Im game! And I wouldnt charge travelling expenses, unlike....

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Saw this in the Daily Mail, it will be interesting to see if other papers run it and whether they give a fuller picture of why such a decision, which on the face of it seems rather odd, was made. I always believed that children in such cases as this one were kept within the family wherever possible. The article doesn't clarify whether they are gay men or gay women and whether they are in a civil partnership.:

 

"Two young children are to be adopted by a gay couple, despite the protests of their grandparents.

The devastated grandparents were told they would never see the youngsters again unless they dropped their opposition.

The couple, who cannot be named, wanted to give the five-year-old boy and his fouryearold sister a loving home themselves. But they were ruled to be too old - at 46 and 59.

For two years they fought for their rights to care for the children, whose 26-year- old mother is a recovering heroin addict.

They agreed to an adoption only after they faced being financially crippled by legal bills.

The final blow came when they were told the children were going to a gay household, even though several heterosexual couples wanted them.

When the grandfather protested, he was told: 'You can either accept it, and there's a chance you'll see the children twice a year, or you can take that stance and never see them again.'

The man said last night: 'It breaks my heart to think that our grandchildren are being forced to grow up in an environment without a mother figure. We are not prejudiced, but I defy anyone to explain to us how this can be in their best interests.'

Social workers themselves have admitted that the little girl is 'more wary' of men than women.

 

The case, in Edinburgh, raises worrying issues about state interference in family life.

 

It will also fuel concern over the practice of gay adoption, which has been promoted by Left-wing ministers and council bosses.

Some local authorities forbid adoption by smokers and obese people but actively support gay fostering and adoption - even though research shows overwhelmingly that children are best brought up by a mother and father."

 

PS The Daily Telegraph are also running the story:

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/family/4365171/Social-services-remove-young-children-from-grandparents-and-arrange-adoption-by-gay-couple.html

 

PPS Don't Social Services have adoption targets. :wink:

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Daily Mail:

 

Big Brother is watching you ... from Australia: Council boss delivers budget from living room 10,000 miles away

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Odd hasnt the European Parliament beein doing this for years anyway?

 

 

No, not when there are generous travelling expenses available. :wink:

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Another one to raise one's blood pressure from The Daily Mail:

 

A child rapist caused outrage today after issuing a compensation claim for thousands of pounds because his prison cell does not have a toilet.

 

Serial paedophile David Williams wants ?5,000, claiming his human rights were breached because he has to endure 'a substandard lifestyle' at Exeter Prison in Devon.

The 43-year-old was jailed in June 2007 for the rape of a young teenage boy. He was given an indeterminate sentence for public protection.

 

Williams, who has lived in Devon and Durham, has convictions for offences against children dating back to the 1980s.

He was arrested for the rape shortly after serving six years for seven counts of gross misconduct against four boys aged between four and 11.

 

During that sentence he refused to take part in any sex offender rehabilitation courses.

 

In a writ to the High Court, Williams said the lifestyle at the prison is endangering his 'physical and emotional health'.

 

The claims have sparked outrage from victim support groups.

Ed Usher, of Victims' Voice, said: 'The human rights of the victim are never taken into account.

'These offenders have been put behind bars because they chose to commit the crime.

'Provided they are held in decent surroundings, it's ridiculous they should make these sorts of claims for damages.'

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Grrrrrr.... :evil: He should be given given extra time in jail for even thinking about putting in such a claim (and so should people who allowed him to file the writ in the first place. :evil:) It shows the level of remorse he must be feeling for raping children. ie NONE !!!

 

Maybe he should be put in the 'care' of the families of the children he abused..... I doubt that he would ever need a toilet again !

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A bomber who botched an attempted bombing, has been sentenced to 18 years prison - fair enough. :? BUT, it seems this "terrorist" had a mental age of 10 - would a 10 year old be old enough to have a trial? :? Anyway, we can all sleep safely in our beds! :wink:

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