Thursday, 12 December 2013
Hornby Castle Ward, Richmondshire District Council
(To be counted Friday morning)
Jacqueline Brackenbury UKIP
Helen Grant Independent
Robin Scott Conservative
The election was called following the resignation of Conservative Councillor Melva Steckles.
Iver Village & Richings Park Ward, South Bucks District Council
Paul Griffin Conservative 422 46.9%
Ken Wight UKIP 377 41.9%
Peter Chapman LibDems 101 11.2%
The election was called following the resignation of LibDem Councillor Alan Oxley.
Bedworth West Ward, Warwickshire County Council
Brian Hawkes Labour 904 62.6% (+4.5%)
Janet Batterbee Conservative 353 24.4% (-2.7%)
Andrew Hutchings UKIP 142 9.8% (from nowhere)
Natara Hunter TUSC 46 3.2% (-3.4%)
The election was called following the death of the sitting Labour Councillor.
" We are told that the economic achievement of the Western countries has been at the expense of the rest of the world and has impoverished them, so that what are called the 'developed' countries owe a duty to hand over tax-produced 'aid' to the governments of the underdeveloped countries.
It is nonsense - manifest, arrant nonsense; but it is nonsense with which people of the Western countries, clergy and laity, but clergy especially - have been so deluged and saturated that in the end they feel ashamed of what the brains and energy of Western mankind have done, and sink on their knees to apologise for being civilised and ask to be insulted and humiliated "Enoch Powell MBE
Erich Priebke aged about 5, with his mother
Erich Priebke, who died in Rome on October 11, 2013, aged 100, was born in 1913 in the small German town of Hennigsdorf, north of Berlin.
Little is known of his early life except that his parents died when he was young and that he was brought up mainly by an uncle before earning a living as a waiter in Berlin, the Savoy Hotel in London and on the Italian Riviera.
Then from 1936 he worked for the Gestapo as an interpreter and because of his knowledge of Italian he was stationed in Rome from 1941.
Priebke married Alicia Stoll and with her he had two sons: Jorge, born in 1940 and Ingo, born in 1942. Alicia Stoll died on August 9, 2004 in San Carlos De Bariloche, Argentina. She was aged 91.
On March 23, 1944 a Gestapo patrol was ambushed by Italian partisans as they marched down the Via Rasella. The sophisticated ambush was carried out by 16 partisans of the Marxist terrorist group Bandiera Rosa.
A huge bomb hidden in a rubbish cart killed 28 Gestapo policemen, four more died later.
The Via Rasella, Rome.
Just a stone's throw from the Vatican
Two civilian bystanders were also killed, one of whom, Piero Zuccheretti, was an eleven-year old boy. All of the partisans who were involved in the ambush escaped unharmed.
General Kurt Mälzer, commanding the Gestapo in Rome, immediately contacted his superior, Field Marshall Albert Kesselring, who contacted Hitler.
Hitler ordered that 10 partisans should be shot for every dead German and the order was to be executed within 24 hours!
Erich Priebke, who was by now a Captain in the SS, was one of the officers given the task of making up the list of prisoners to be shot. He had no choice in the matter, the order came directly from Hitler. His commanding officer had said that if any officer refused to take part in the shooting, he would be shot too. Priebke feared what would happen to his wife and two young children if he disobeyed. It needs to be stated that a British military tribunal in 1946 accepted that he had no choice except to obey orders and acquitted him of the massacre for that reason.
The 24 hour deadline allowed no time to find the real perpetuators of the ambush. From a list of prisoners held by the Gestapo, 335 names were chosen, 5 extra names were added by mistake. Many of those chosen had already been condemned to death and were awaiting execution in prisons of the security police and the SD.
The number of such prisoners fell short of the 330 deaths required to meet the quota of the German reprisal plan. The Security Police officers therefore added prisoners serving jail sentences, many of them for political offenses, as well as individuals known or suspected of having engaged in resistance activities. The Germans also included 57 Jewish prisoners, many of whom were held at the Roman prison of Regina Coeli and were facing charges of murder.
The Ardeatine Caves in 1944
On March 24, led by SS officers Erich Priebke and Karl Hass, the prisoners were transported to the Ardeatine caves on the outskirts of Rome and then, in groups of 5, put to death inside the caves by a single shot to the back of the head.
When Eric Priebke died this year, the newspapers focused on the Ardeatine Caves massacre in order to demonise him.
What the newspapers didn't say is that the execution of hostages is unanimously upheld by the military authorities of all civilized countries as a coercive measure. Articles 453 and 454 of the British Manual of Military Law are explicit on the subject. Article 454 explains that “the coercive force of reprisals arises from the fact that in most cases they inflict suffering on innocent individuals.”
Article 358 of the American Military Manual also authorises the execution of hostages as a necessary measure to safeguard the lives of combatant forces.
If it is thought that the ratio of 10 to 1 is excessive, then it becomes necessary to state that, when the French occupied Stuttgart in April, 1945, it was announced that hostages would be shot in the ratio of 25 to 1 for every French soldier murdered by the German civilian population. When the Americans entered the Harz district, execution was threatened in the ratio of 200 to 1 for every American soldier murdered. (Reference: Advance to Barbarism by F.J.P. Veale)
After the war, Priebke left Germany for Argentina. Arriving in San Carlos de Bariloche in 1948 without a penny, after years of hard work, he became the owner of the yellow-brick downtown restaurant, the 'Vienna Delicatessen.' He became a pillar of Bariloche society; he sat on the board of governors at one of the city's most prestigious schools; chaired the German-Argentine Cultural Association and regularly attended communion at the local catholic church.
In April 1994, he was stopped on his way to his car by Sam Donaldson of ABC’s “Primetime Live”, who charged him, on camera, with killing civilians at the Ardeatine Caves outside Rome on March 24th 1944.
The ABC interview now forced his extradition from Argentina to Italy to face murder charges, but in 1996 an Italian court, like the British Military Tribunal in 1946, also acquitted him. Determined to get their revenge, those with a vested interest persisted until they got the verdict they wanted. In 1998 he was sentenced to life imprisonment for war crimes. As he was in his mid-80s, this was commuted to house arrest in Rome.
Priebke was allowed out on shopping trips
and to attend mass, but only with a police escort
Erich Priebke died in Rome at the age of 100, on the 11th October. The Vatican, under the liberal Pope Francis, denied Priebke his rightful funeral in a Catholic Church, citing his actions against Jewish terrorists as justification for this unjustifiable proscription.
The last bastion of true Catholicism, the Society of Saint Pius the Tenth, (SSPX), defied the infiltrators who occupy the Vatican by giving the heroic soldier a decent Christian funeral. It is to their credit that they stood up for Christian morality and the rights of the dead.
Proving that their evil extends to attacking the dead, organised Marxist and liberal extremists attacked Priebke's funeral showing how debased they really are.
His body was finally buried in a prison graveyard in Italy, which had been abandoned for years, and was overgrown with weeds.
The grave was marked by a simple wooden cross with no name but merely a number so family members would be able to identify it. The name of the prison has not been disclosed.
Erich Priebke fought for freedom and national survival. He fought to defend the people of Europe from the same enemy who are taking away our freedom and are destroying us as a nation, global financial imperialism.
Sunday, 8 December 2013
UKIP has again become embroiled in controversy after one of its politicians was caught on camera saying immigrants should be sent home.
Victoria Ayling, 54, who defected from the Conservatives in March, made the comments in a 20-minute video seen by The Mail on Sunday newspaper.
She talks about restricting the numbers of foreigners entering Britain, and then between takes, adds: "I just want to send the lot back, but I can't say that."
Mrs Ayling - a Lincolnshire County councillor and deputy leader of the local UKIP party - then jokes that the inflammatory remark may one day come back to haunt her.
"(It could be used for) some future get back at me. Bribery, blackmail - we need the blackmail music don't we."
Mrs Ayling hit the headlines earlier this year when she confronted David Cameron during the Tory conference and told him she was leaving the party.
It is the latest in a string of controversies for UKIP after MEP Godfrey Bloom sparked fury when he referred to "Bongo Bongo Land" and then resigned from the party for calling female activists "sluts".
UKIP leader Nigel Farage described Mrs Ayling's comments as "slightly odd".
He told The Mail on Sunday: "I have met her two or three times and I have discussed policy at length before accepting her into the party.
"I had no reason to believe she held views that were extreme or inconsistent with ours. While this comment looks odd and unpleasant there may be a context here that is slightly different to the way it appears."
Mrs Ayling’s husband, Rob, from whom she has since divorced, helped shoot the footage in 2008 to promote her political career.
At one point, she says: "We must basically repatriate those that shouldn't be here. That's not quite policy yet. Maybe I should soften it a bit." She then added: "OK. Send them back."
Her ex-husband is then heard to mutter: "National Front."
She replies: "Multiculturalism is dead, I'm allowed to say that, but maybe Britishness is waving the National Front flag a bit."
Mrs Ayling told the paper she stood by her comments. She said they had been taken out of context because she was only referring to illegal immigrants.
"It is nothing different from what the Home Secretary is advocating now any way. And the blackmail music is from a Monty Python sketch. I don't think there is anything there that can be seen as offensive or politically incorrect," she said.
In an official statement, a UKIP spokesperson said: "These comments were made five years ago when Ms Ayling was a Conservative candidate. Off the cuff remarks have been deliberately miscontrued.
"We believe, and she assures us, that these comments refer to the status of illegal entrants to the UK.
"We cannot comment on material made while she was a Conservative candidate but we believe her to be a good councillor and upstanding citizen and will support her through this."
From: Sky News
It's also in the Daily Mail and judging by the comments at the end of the article, the vast majority of their readers agree with her.
Friday, 6 December 2013
Riverside Ward, Cardiff City Council
Darren Williams Labour 1120 50.3%
Elizabeth Gould Plaid Cymru 773 34.7%
Aled Crow Conservative 107 4.8%
Simon Zeigler UKIP 97 4.4%
Joel Beer TUSC 70 3.1%
Sian Donne LibDems 58 2.6%
The election was called following the resignation of the Labour Party Councillor Phil Hawkins.
Splott Ward, Cardiff City Council
Edward Stubbs Labour 706 39.7%
Jamie Mathews LibDems 604 34.0%
Brian Morris UKIP 209 11.8%
Elys John Independent 94 5.3%
Daniel Mason Conservative 86 4.8%
Katrine Williams TUSC 80 4.5%
The election was called following the resignation of the Labour Party Councillor Luke Holland.
South Woodham Elmwood & Woodville Ward, Chelmsford City Council
Ian Roberts South Woodham Ferrers Independents 281 31.4%
Linda Denston Conservative 275 30.8%
Ian Nichols UKIP 249 27.9%
Derek Barnett Labour 65 7.3%
Jeni Goldfinch LibDems 24 2.7%
The election was called following the disqualification of Conservative Councillor Maureen Moulds.
Swanscombe Ward, Dartford Borough Council
Steve Doran Labour 274 29.7%
Vic Openshaw Swanscombe and Greenhithe Residents 273 29.6%
Stephen Wilders UKIP 200 21.7%
Richard Lees Independent 138 15.0%
Steven Jarnel Conservative 38 4.1%
The election was called following the death of Residents Association Councillor Leslie Bobby.
Riverside Ward, Liverpool City Council
Michelle Corrigan Labour 1055 71.0%
Martin Dobson Green 144 9.7%
Adam Heatherington UKIP 119 8.0%
Kevin White LibDems 64 4.3%
John Marston TUSC 49 3.3%
Chris Hall Conservative 39 2.6%
Steven McEllenborough English Democrats 9 0.6%
Peter Cooney Independent 7 0.5%
Alison Goudie Independent 1 0.06%
The election was called following the resignation of Labour Councillor Paul Brant.
Ancoats and Clayton Ward, Manchester City Council
Ollie Manco Labour 965 57.5%
Ken Dobson Liberal Party 219 13.1%
Martin Power UKIP 138 8.2%
Pete Birkinshaw Green Party 106 6.3%
David Semple Conservative and Unionist Party 75 4.5%
Loz Kaye Pirate Party UK 72 4.3%
Gareth Black British National Party 46 2.7%
Claude Nsumbu LibDems 31 1.8%
Alex Davidson TUSC 17 1.0%
Caroline Bellamy Communist League 9 0.5%
The election was called following the death of Labour Councillor Mike Carmody.
Arbury Ward, Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council
Jeffrey Morgan Conservative 395 40.4%
Patricia Elliott Labour 369 37.7%
Trevor Beard UKIP 109 11.1%
Michael Wright Green 56 5.7%
Alwyn Deacon BNP 35 3.6%
Aiden O'Toole TUSC 8 0.8%
Stephen Paxton English Democrats 6 0.6%
The election was called following the disqualification of Labour Councillor Kevin Young.
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
The person with the grand-sounding name was of course Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.
This charming photograph was taken in 1907, when Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon was seven years old
Whereas Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon was a traditionalist who opposed immigration, her daughter, the present Queen Elizabeth, is a moderniser who has embraced multiculturalism with open arms.
She has shown utter contempt for her own people by signing every piece of anti-British legislation placed in front of her by Britain's traitor politicians.
Her son, Prince Charles, is as bad as she is, if not worse. He has made it clear that when he becomes King, he wants to be seen as a defender of all religious faiths not just the Anglican Church.
If he gets his own way, then in his rush to embrace multiculturalism, he will be breaking a tradition that goes back to 1521 when the Pope bestowed on Henry VIII the title Defender of the Faith in appreciation for his early support for Roman Catholicism.
In modern day Britain, where racial awareness is being eroded, the Queen Mother if she were still alive, would be branded a racist bigot for putting her own people first.
The Queen Mother, to her credit, did not believe in equality and diversity. For example, it's known that she backed white minority rule in Rhodesia, referred to black people as "nig-nogs" or "blackamoors" and thought black Africans incapable of running their own countries.
She criticised Lord Mountbatten, Viceroy of India, "for giving away the Empire" and his wife because "her mother was half-Jewish."
Although, the Queen Mother was hailed as the first commoner to marry into the royal family, she was of noble birth. She was the daughter of Lord Glamis, later the Earl of Strathmore, and spent much of her childhood at Glamis Castle.
Born as the Honourable Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in 1900, she became Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in 1904 when her father inherited the Earldom of Strathmore.
In 1923, she married Prince Albert, who later became George VI and was second in line to the throne. It's known that she was also keen on Albert's elder brother Edward, the man who would later become Edward VIII and marry Wallis Simpson.
A Young Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
In the days before Lady Elizabeth married Prince Albert and was still available, Edward was not interested in her. She was certainly a lot more attractive and a much better catch than the woman he ended up with, the gold digger and twice divorced nobody, Wallis Simpson who cost him his Kingdom.
Before the war began, the Queen Mother was a supporter of making peace with Hitler and the Nazis. She once sent a copy of Hitler's Mein Kampf to a friend, saying, 'Even a skip through gives you a good idea of his obvious sincerity.'
In the spring of 1940, before the bombing of London had begun, Hitler made a further attempt to make peace with Britain. The Queen Mother, the foreign secretary, Lord Halifax and other members of the cabinet believed Hitler's peace offer should be accepted in order to save the British Empire.
Churchill had only just been made Prime Minister after a lifetime of political failure. To accept peace now would have marked the end of his personal ambitions.
Consequently, he turned Hitler's peace offer down and killed off the peace movement by ordering the bombardment of the French fleet at Mers el-Kébir early in July. And in the last week of August 1940, he provoked the bombing of London by deliberately attacking Berlin.
According to David Irving, who is usually right on most things, the Queen Mother spent most of 1940 plotting with British Admirals to remove Churchill as Prime Minister and replace him with Lord Halifax to secure peace with Germany.
The Queen Mother was heavily criticised for locking away the royal documents, in the vaults at Windsor Castle, that detailed the abdicated king's relations with Hitler and the Nazis. But who can blame her?
In the perverted world in which we now live, anybody who had tried to make peace with Hitler to prevent World War II and save the lives of millions of innocent people, is now ridiculed and despised when they should be commended.
The Queen Mother during the blitz, all of this devastation could have been avoided if Churchill had not destroyed the british peace movement
Monday, 2 December 2013
Concert Pianist, Valentina Lisitsa plays Franz Liszt's, La Campanella, while waiting for a train on Saint Pancras Station, London.