The local newsagents is run by asians, like many in this country now. At one time English people owned it and the assistants behind the counter were ordinary English women from the area, always ready for a gossip about local matters , chat about the state of the country or a bit of badinage.
Then the Asians took over. As soon as they did, the English women were banished from behind the counter. They are now restricted to the more menial jobs in the shop such as shelf filling and cleaning.
Meantime a procession of Asian males has appeared behind the counter. These individuals are of varying incomprehensibility and cleanliness but are remarkable for a more or less uniform lack of charm. They do not stay in the job for any great length of time.
Oxford University researchers have ‘discovered’ that the further you get from the equator, the bigger brains become. (link) This is old news to those who have some acquaintance with the work of such scientists as Richard Lynn and J Philippe Rushton.
Reports tell us that Oxford researchers ‘ investigated whether there is an association between the size of the eye sockets and the brain pan in the skulls of people around the world and the distance to the equator. Those who came from places further from the equator seemed to have larger eyes and brains…The finding needs confirmation in research as it only looked at 73 skulls and it is not known if these skulls are representative of the native peoples of the areas that they were reported to have come from.’
An Oslo Police May 2011 report said that non-White immigrants had been responsible for all rapes in the City in the previous five years. 53.7% of Norwegian citizens said they wanted a complete stop to immigration.
According to the 2010 ‘Integration’s Barometer’ survey 48.7% of the 1,380 people interviewed said that Norway’s policies of integration had failed. This represents a 12% rise from 2005.
‘ Sweet and fitting it is to die for one’s country’
According to David Cameron, his favourite poem is ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’ by the first World War Poet, Wilfred Owen. It may be true, of course, but so grim is this condemnation of the horrors of modern warfare, that while one might appreciate its power, I doubt that it could be many people’s real favourite in the sense of something to be read over and over and remembered in quiet moments:-
When in 2007 Andy Coulson resigned from his stint as Editor of The News of the World following revelations of hacking activities by Clive Goodman, his Royal Editor, surely nobody with any sense would have thought that Goodman’s activities were unique.
A remark commonly heard at the time and now was ‘they were all at it’. Also, the idea that a seasoned hack like Coulson was unaware of what was going on was, it is perhaps safe to say, thought to be unlikely. As it happens, when Goodman brought a claim of unfair dismissal against his former employer, he did so on the grounds that phone hacking was commonplace in the newspaper group.
Michael Gove, the Education Minister has given new powers to School Heads to make it easy to sack teachers with ‘Extremist Beliefs'. Teachers will face the axe if they stage lessons that undermine ‘fundamental’ British values. This move is aimed at members of the BNP and, bracketed with them, those who hold ‘extremist’ islamic beliefs. People who are members of the BNP are, Gove claims, unfit to ‘shape young minds’.