Muslims Can’t Help But Look For Trouble, This Time In A Theme Park

Mass brawl at theme park after Muslim women are banned from going on rides unless they remove their head scarves

God forbid they’re forced to follow the health and safety laws like everyone else.

A theme park was forced to shut its gates to visitors when a mass brawl broke out after Muslim women . . . → Read More: Muslims Can’t Help But Look For Trouble, This Time In A Theme Park

Scots each get £1,600 more state cash a year spent on them than the English

Already knew this but here you go. The English taxpayer gets less than Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland per-person yet guess where the money comes from……..

The gulf in state spending between Scotland and England has hit a record £1,600 per head.

Government spending in Scotland averaged £10,212 per person last year – . . . → Read More: Scots each get £1,600 more state cash a year spent on them than the English

Riots: Who’s To Blame

An interesting look into whose to blame.  The BNP interview people including Mr Reeves from Reeves Furniture Store.

One interesting part is the Black women who does admit its a black problem. She also said her family, the older generation went “home”……..wonder what the liberal/left would have to say about . . . → Read More: Riots: Who’s To Blame

One pranged sub, a crashed warhead, helmets gifted to Africa, and a £1.7m legal battle over furniture: How the hard-up MOD wasted £110m of our money

Ministry of Defence chiefs wasted £110million of pounds of taxpayers’ money last year – including £1.7million in a legal row over furniture and £1million repairing damage after a warhead crashed.

The details emerged deep in the MoD’s accounts submitted to the National Audit Office for 2010/11 in June and come as it is battling . . . → Read More: One pranged sub, a crashed warhead, helmets gifted to Africa, and a £1.7m legal battle over furniture: How the hard-up MOD wasted £110m of our money

New Series – Red Dwarf Craig’s costume change

RED Dwarf star Craig Charles said the cast’s costumes have had to be altered to allow for their middle-aged spread.

The cast in the recent Back to Earth specials

Scouser Craig, 47, is taking a break from his role as Corrie cabbie Lloyd Mullaney to film the cult comedy’s new series from November.

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UK AID PENPUSHERS SQUANDER £264M ON CURRENCY GAMBLES

BRITAIN’S bloated Department for International Development has squandered hundreds of millions of pounds by making reckless bets on the foreign exchange markets.

Socialist posing as right-winger – Chancellor George Osborne last year increased Britain’s aid budget by 37 per cent

It lost £31million of frontline aid earmarked for the world’s poorest countries (You . . . → Read More: UK AID PENPUSHERS SQUANDER £264M ON CURRENCY GAMBLES

Google TV is heading to Britain

Google could be bringing Google TV to the good ol’ U of K within the next six months, the Telegraph reports.

Google TV is built on Google’s own Android operating system, and will basically put the Chrome Web browser inside your TV, letting you search the Web and stream video from TV providers, . . . → Read More: Google TV is heading to Britain

Human Rights Act is GOOD for us, insists idiot Clegg in direct challenge to Cameron

Britain should ‘never abandon’ Labour’s controversial Human Rights Act, Nick Clegg declared yesterday.

The Deputy Prime Minister sparked a furious Coalition row by claiming it was a ‘myth’ that the legislation had damaged Britain.

His remarks suggest he will veto Tory attempts to replace the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights, . . . → Read More: Human Rights Act is GOOD for us, insists idiot Clegg in direct challenge to Cameron

King Arthur’s round table may have been found

Archaeologists searching for King Arthur’s round table have found a “circular feature” beneath the historic King’s Knot in Stirling.

The King's Knot in the grounds of Stirling Castle

The King’s Knot, a geometrical earthwork in the former royal gardens below Stirling Castle, has been shrouded in mystery for hundreds of years.

Though the . . . → Read More: King Arthur’s round table may have been found

Libya – Replacing a Dictator with a Islamic Led Regime Which Will Be Much Worse

You know it’s funny how the Lib-Lab-Cons and the likes in other western countries have learnt nothing in regards to Muslims, think Iran 1979.

They honestly think Libya is going to be free and democratic country. It has no justice system so to speak or main stream parties for elections, it’s prime for the . . . → Read More: Libya – Replacing a Dictator with a Islamic Led Regime Which Will Be Much Worse

Now Muslims demand Sharia student loans because paying interest goes against Islamic law

Doesn’t stop them wanting to live here and claiming everything they can like good Muslims.

Muslim groups are calling for a separate student loan system because the interest due to be charged will conflict with rules of Sharia law.

The changes to tuition fees, which come into force next year, will see students charged . . . → Read More: Now Muslims demand Sharia student loans because paying interest goes against Islamic law

Iran and Saudi Arabia helped Al-Qaeda carry out 9/11 attacks, acording to new book

As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, two authors who’ve analysed thousands of documents relating to the attack conclude that both Iran and Saudi Arabia helped Al-Qaeda carry it out.

In the aftermath, both countries publicly stated that they’d fight terrorism and expressed their condolences, but The Eleventh Day, by Anthony Summers and Robbyn . . . → Read More: Iran and Saudi Arabia helped Al-Qaeda carry out 9/11 attacks, acording to new book