The wheels have come off the mighty McLaren charge for the moment. The car doesn't have that much speed, and it was a tribute to the carnage caused by the bad driving of others, and buckets of sheer, dogged British grit, that Lewis Hamilton managed a 3rd place in the Australian opener of a new Grand Prix season.
Islamic Jihadista seeks Script Writer
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The setup : Some 'dirtbag' in Polk County, Florida, was pulled over in a routine traffic stop and ended up 'executing' the deputy who stopped him. The deputy was shot eight times, including once behind his right ear at close range. Another deputy was wounded and a police dog killed. A statewide manhunt ensued. The low-life was found hiding in a wooded area with his gun. SWAT team officers fired and hit the guy 68 times.
Muntazer Zaidi, the Iraqi journalist who chucked his shoes at Pres. Bush, is going to gaol for 3 years. He must be bloody glad he didn't actually hit old Dubya and end up at Guantanamo Bay.
lord myners convicted of back-scratching over fred the shred pension
new labour political concepts explained:
Definitions for the 21st Century :
Blink and you'll miss them!
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Swimmers at the London Fields Lido outdoor swimming pool at Hackney have to leave the water and take shelter when it rains. They are allowed back into the pool only when the rain stops, thanks to the local council's elf 'n' safety regulations.
"US will appoint 'Afghan PM' to bypass Hamid Karzai"
The sometime chairman and directors of the Royal Bank of Scotland, and lord myners, all face sequestration of their assets to repay to the taxpayer, the £17,000,000 golden parachute payment, which they made to fred 'the shred' goodwin, the man who drove the company into the ground.
The Wogan Conundrum
What it means in practice
Take some time off, for all our sakes!
Proverbs for today:
What about 'services to the poor bloody taxpayer'?
Would you Adam & Eve it!
Wiseguy of the Month Award?
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Category : Mid-20th Century TV Sci-Fi (first broadcast 1967/68)
Anyone worried about glaciers melting and raising sea levels to the mountain tops can relax. China is running out of water and it plans to build a network of monstrous reservoirs the size of a decent inland sea to plug the gap. So the world's next problem is likely to be shrinking sea levels and ports finding themselves left high and dry rather than flooded. But the doom-sayers will still have something to moan about, so they'll still be happy (along with the Chinese).
Warmistas frozen out
Something else the Warmistas are keeping quiet about
The laws of physics
It's the law, it doesn't have to make sense
Obscuring the truth
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All three were murdered in Ulster by Irish terrorists at or around the first weekend of this month, the soldiers at their barracks at Massereene on the eve of a deployment to Afghanistan, the police officer while answering a 999 call.
The self-styled Shriek of Araby and president of the Magic Circle has died at 79. A talented performer in his own right, he worked in magic shops in London to pay the rent until he felt able to devote himself full-time (all day and all night, on occasions) to magic. He worked as David Nixon's assistant in Mr. Nixon's ground-breaking 1970s television shows and he starred in his own show for the BBC in 1971.
One of the team of V2 rocket engineers, who helped the Americans beat the Russians to the Moon, has died at 96. A graduate in mechanical engineering, Konrad Dannenberg was transferred to the research station at Peenemunde and worked on the V2's propulsion system. After World War 2, he was shipped to Fort Bliss, Texas, with Wernher von Braun's team and as much German rocket equipment as the US forces could lay their hands on.
An Oscar-winning composer of film music with a career stretching back to the 1950s has died at 84. He began his working life in the film industry of his native France and caught international attention with his score for David Lean's blockbuster Lawrence of Arabia (1962). His list of over 150 screen credits includes Doctor Zhivago, A Passage to India, Ryan's Daughter and The Dead Poets Society. He believed that his music had to contribute to the film's message rather than being just something there in the background, like wallpaper. He was still winning awards as recently as last month, when he was awarded a special prize at the Berlin Film Festival, and his film themes live on as works in their own right.
A new direktive from the European Parliament insists that all personal titles should be abolished in favour of "European Comrade" as a standard title. This ruling applies especially to women, who will be able to sue for distress if addressed as Miss, Mrs., Frau, Madame, etc. Simultaneously, all countries will be abolished in favour of regions, each defined arbitrarily by the European Parliament's "Districts & Regions Committee", which will appoint a team of Gauleiters to administer the various regions.
The wrecking mission continues
The Scottish government's plan to make booze dead expensive to put it out of the reach of alkys, and anyone not on the public payroll, has hit the buffers. It seems the plan is not only illegal, it also falls foul of international trade laws and improved new labour's Human Rights Act.
Nothing to do with health, it's all about the money
lord sleaze of mandelason, twice sacked from the cabinet for dishonesty and doing favours for mates, thinks former RBS boss fred 'the shred' goodwin has no shame!
Descriptions for the 21st Century
The Bank of England is to print £150 billion of unsecured new cash. Shame it's all going to bankers and the government's pals instead of real people.
Power without ability or judgement
2-Jags scam to be enforced with rigour
Play the race card, it works every time
Believe it or what!
Just a thought, but maybe we're safer if MPs waste time tinkering with the rules for the monarchy. At least the useless sods aren't doing anything more to screw up the economy while they're trying to put a one-legged homophile Catholic on the throne.
A (retired) Russian general, who's obviously missing the limelight, has come up with a brilliant conspiracy theory. Last month's collision between a redundant Iridium communication satellite and a dead Russian military satellite was no accident, he reckons. It was really a test of a secret American project to develop technology to intercept and destroy enemy satellites. So now we know!
Close, but no cigar
Kepler Space Telescope launched
Eurotunnel (est. 1986) has paid its first ever dividend on its shares. Having paid off, and restructured, a mountain of debt, the company actually made a modest profit last year.
Something quite different
The War Crimes Commissioner by L. Gordon Range
As Germany prepares to release members of the Red Army Faktion terrorist group (on the grounds that killers in their fifties and sixties are no longer dangerous or relevant), it is instructive to remember what went on back in the 20th century, when criminals dressed up as social terrorists were running riot all over Europe.
Read about the Book on the Romiley Literary Circle website
Category : Late 20th Century Criminal History (published 1987)
'Chemical' Ali Hassan, the former Iraqi intelligence boss and leading Baath party officer by virtue of being one of Saddam Hussein's cousins, has been sentenced to death for the 3rd time for organizing the murder of Shia supporters of a cleric, who was assassinated in 1999.
MI5 is struggling to keep up with the number of spies in Britain from Russia, China, the EU and our other enemies.
Business as usual
Business as usual II
scotch gordon is hoping that some of President O'Bama's charisma will rub off on him at their meeting in the United States. BlackFlag News advises Mr. Pres. to wear earplugs while scotch is around as he's liable to be deafened by the grinding of brown teeth caused by mr. broon's awareness that smug bugger tony b. liar got to see the new president first.
Mr. Anonymous in the USA
A desperate retreat to the past
Crooks In Office
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