Archive for March, 2008

LOL – CNN reveal what USans think of something not American: Heathrow


“They [BAA] hope the $8.6 billion terminal will transform Heathrow’s reputation as a grubby and overcrowded transport hub.”


No doubt they think our fascism is liberal too and were too soft of Muzzies.

UPDATE: Actually I don’t feel happy leaving this post as it is above becasue I feel CNN’s comment is actually justified. Many “developing” countries have built new terminals over the last ten years or so and are more glamourous than Heathrow. When I come back to the UK I always feel it’s cramped and small. I can understand the stereotype USan tourist going around the UK saying “Gee, ain’t it quaint?”. Heathrow is an old terminal. It IS grubby and it IS overcrowded.

So well done CNN on that.

Now, if only you could be as truthful on all other areas of news, that would be nice.

What is Working Class? A comment on George Galloway’s 8-Mar-08 radio broadcast.


I’ve never called George Galloways talksport program, nor can I say I want to.

I’d be one of those callers who says “I agree with 95% of what you say” but after listening to his show quite regularly now for about 6 months, I know what would happen if I was to try and have a worthy serious discussion on an issue relating to that remaining 5%…

I’d make a point or ask a question to which George, talking for far longer than I, would state his well aired view, perhaps never allowing me back in again only to move onto the next caller. I’d be left frustrated that once again, an issue on which he and his caller took opposite opinions on, never really got a decent discussion or that he listened enough to listen to my point of view and perhaps be persuaded by it. Either that or he’d end his initial reply by asking me a rather narrow ‘have you stopped beating your wife yet’ type question, allowing me back in only to have him then turn down my call and then moving on. If you listen to his show, I’m sure you will know what I mean. OK, the idiot drunk, Zionist apologist or the racist turd that calls in rightfully bears the brunt of that method of dispatch, but sometimes I feel too often he terminates a discussion antagonistic to his own opinion far too early.

It’s not that I don’t like GG. I do! Like I said, I think we probably see eye-to-eye on about 95% of cases. His sense of justice is top notch, as is his ability to see through anti-Palestinian propaganda. Plus he’s probably one of the most truthful politicians. What’s more, I’ve sent two lots of subs to Respect (before it’s hijacking by the Socialist Workers Party became public), and I’ve also contributed almost a weeks wages to his legal team in taking the then Conrad Black owned ‘Telegraph’, to court, when it used fake documents to accuse him of being involved with Iraqi oil for favours. I was also utterly glued to my computer monitor when he was in Washington Senate, giving two smoking barrels to neocon Norm Coleman. I would be willing to support him again if need be. So My liking for GG and my past support for him is clear. 

But no man is an Island, as my regular readers will of course know (who yes, will hopefully also think similarly of me, as it should be right?)

 And so the issue of class came up on the 8th March show. I was a bit annoyed at the way he dealt with it and in fact he contradicted himself on at least one occasion.

As far as I know, there isn’t a definitive statement as to what working class is – where it begins and where it ends, if indeed it does ‘begin’ and ‘end’. I actually like what GG himself said about it, and that is, one is working class when it is necessary to work to earn an income in order to survive. But GG when elaborating on it shifts those goalposts creating a sort of haze, and calls the likes of Paul McCartney and Wayne Rooney working class, because at some stage in their lives they had to work in order to survive.

Near the end of GG’s 3 hour show, Joe in Crewe – probably the best contributor on the subject said “…by accumulating wealth you then transcend the working class” and I think he was spot on. P.S. my name is not Joe and I’m not from Crewe.

It’s a pity Joe made a silly error by deviating slightly saying GG was wealthy and was earning a politicians salary of £65,000 over 20 years  *Groan*.  George, ever eagre to jump onto a silly impetuous and rankly trivial mistake, does what he is experienced in doing on the show and turns it into a bit of a straw man. GG corrects the MP salary (Now £60k pa, 2.4 times the national average – going by Joes figures) and says he has no savings and has no property that is un-mortgaged. Well so what Gorge? One can own a £5M house in London but with a mortgage. One could liquidate that asset (albeit not very quickly) and be very wealthy indeed. One might have paid 4.8M out of ones own pocket, only taking a 200K bank loan to cover the rest, or one could own 20 properties and have a mortgage on all of them, and if necessary, one could liquidate just one of those assets enabling the mortgage of the remaining 19 (or even say only 3) properties to be paid off. If I put a point like that to George, assuming he hadn’t cut me off by now and move onto the next caller, he would probably say “I don’t own a 5M house”. His house could for sake of argument be £4M in value, yet he wouldn’t be lying and his conscience would be clear in denying the illustrative value. No doubt if one was to try and pursue this point by say asking him “is it a £4,999,999 house then?” and so on until the point could be made, GG would almost surely say “that’s none of your business” and THEN cut me off.

When GG thinks he’s made a bit of a straw man and starts belting away it, he certainly doesn’t like it if the straw man animates itself or is animated by the caller, but he has the luxury of then saying words akin to “here’s our next caller…”

Getting back to what Joe said, after making GG’s blood warm, Joe says “as far as I’m concerned, wealth is the determinant of class” – and I agree.

“In that case Joe, I suppose Wayne Rooney isn’t working class, Coleen isn’t working class. Are you serious?” [who Colleen is I don’t know]

Well, I recall a post-match interview with a young Wayne Rooney, some years back now admittedly, but after the interview the commentators said something like “tell you what, its a good thing he’s good at football” – It could have been Mark Lawernson. If you saw the interview you’d know exactly why that was said that. Rooney showed a rather embarrassing level of intellect and comprehension, as if anything other than footie talk would have made Rooney think the interviewer was talking a foreign language. Perhaps it wasn’t representative of Mr. Rooney – we all have our off days, but I’d hazard a guess that our Wayne isn’t that bright.

I am sure GG was putting Wayne Rooney in the Working Class set because he was dumb or from humble stock or had a speech impediment. I suspect the “breed” issue is the foundational factor upon which he assigns class, being why he designates Paul McCartney and Wayne Rooney as Working Class. I don’t think this just from this one show, but from listening to him for quite some time. He has scoffed (sneered wouldn’t be too far wrong a description) at Toffs in the past, i.e. someone who has rung up the show, someone who GG knows little if anything about, but who has (as GG regards) a ‘posh’ accent. Not all ‘posh’ accent people are worthy of contempt. 

GG retorted “what is he[Rooney] then Middle class?” – Actually that’s probably a lot better description than Working Class.

Joes reply (despite his voice showing signs of ‘tension/panic’) is spot on “He’s upper class in wealth” – But I suspect GG’s overriding toff based vision of class appears to have sealed off his ears to what actually Joe said. George calm down!, Joe said “He’s upper class IN WEALTH”. GG replied “He’s upper class now? {announcing to his audience} Wayne Rooney is Upper Class – Your havin a laugh!”

Guess what? Georges next words are… “Here’s Ryan in Motherwell”

Although mistaken in thinking only silly teenagers and similarly immature people were the ones to repeat ad nauseum TV celebs catchphrases, I am not mistaken in believing Joe is right. Wayne Rooney’s accumulation of wealth (whether one can sit comfortably at the magnitude of it isn’t the issue) means he never again has to work a day in his life ever again if he so chose. Wayne has indeed left the Working Class. Bully for him. It’s difficult to begrudge that of anyone who has worked hard for success.

I don’t think one MUST be bound by a social definition such as class, as ones status and perceptions can change as we drift through life. Why should one be bound by a definition which means different things to different people? Indeed such string affiliations with class sits peculiarly amongst those for whom one would imagine would like to see a classless society. 

After listening to the meanings of class in his show and thinking about it, for what it’s worth, here’s largely how I see Class.

It is divided primarily but not exclusively according to financial status and social status, with these two divisors being coupled to various degrees depending on class label.

1) Upper class. A member of a quite small genetic pool, whose ancestors and associated family members have maintained persistently high, often excessive levels of wealth, and because of these factors, they consider themselves as superior to others who do not share similar attributes.  However, others themselves not of the upper class, may infact elevate them to a position of superiority in comparison to their fellow man.

2) Financial upper class. Someone with a large degree of wealth but is not regarded as coming from an elitist or pedigree* lineage.

3) Middle class. A member of a financial class that has little difficulty in daily life to gain possession of assets which may be thought of as essential for the stereotypical western view of living – provably owned house, privately owned transport, one ‘big’ holiday a year. The wealth for this level of living is often credit, which most members of this class will be able to clear after a period of time.

3) Working Class. Someone who finds it necessary to work in order to sustain themselves. One distinguishing factor between Middle class and Working Class is how close one is to moving into the Upper class above or below. I would put working class people as those far more likely to enter the lower class, and Middle class least likely to enter the lower class. Working class therefore shows some properties of being semi-intermediate class.

4) Lower Class. People whose income plays a significant bearing on their daily life, in terms of choice of food, ability to commute, and availability of accommodation and the education they can get. Consequently Lower Class people are thought of as ‘stupid’. Lower class people are often expected to follow directives issued by classes above them. Darker skin colour, use of dialects, regional accent, literacy, and hygene  standards are often factors which may assist in the categorization of people as being of the lower class.

5) Last class worth mentioning = Scum class (You scribe the explanation behind the label) Scum Class are people like Tony bLiar, BuSh, Aznar, Howard, Hitler, Attaturk, Pol Pot, Zionists… You get the pic.

The Upper, Middle and Lower labels are, or so it seems to me, a near pure quantification of wealth assessment. I’ve even heard the term upper-middle class seemingly to categorise people in the bridge between excessive wealth and simple comfortable wealth. Naturally, because Working class has neither the upper, middle or lower prefix, reference to economic status is diluted. (Just the kind of thing I’d want people to describe themselves as if I was a stinking rich elitist).

Isn’t it more than reasonable for me to imagine one can be amongst the economic Upper class despite being a commoner, and not entering the ‘genetic’ upper class?

Of course there are cross-overs and exceptions in all this. I don’t think any classification involving ‘fuzzy logic humans’ can ever neatly pigeon hole ALL its members of a population, but I think those classifications are pretty good.

If one spent all his liquid/cash wealth on buying (mortgage of amount included of course) prime real-estate in Tokyo, Paris, Rome, Beverly Hills, or Melbourne. What class is she now? If I said before all that, the purchaser was a member of the Gothe-Sax-Coburgs (the family that renamed themselves Windsors) then I have a strong feeling GG would have said “He’s Upper Class.” If however I said the purchaser was Wayne Rooney, my feeling is equally strong that GG would have said “he’s working class”.

The point is, if I’m not repeating myself, that GG’s vision of “Class” seems to be dominated on the grounds of genetics and disdain for toffs, rather than a more thoughtful, less socialist-worker-class-snobbishness, perception of it.    

* Pedigree: Especially amongst occidentals, bears correlation to the number of people ones ancestors have murdered or oppressed.



Germans Now Denying The Holocaust™ Telepathically, Say Jews

In my opinion, to laugh at, or dismiss the suffering of the Jews (and others) in WW2 is frankly sick.

Also in my opinion, uncovering lies, liars and manipulators by means of satire isn’t.

UPDATE (1/4/08): Link working…

Straight Ice

No ‘cake knife’ used here methinks, but quite amazing all the same.

image from newz organisation BBC

Check out the counter/sceptical scientist POV in the article – It’s very telling!

Antartic ice that broke away recently “proving” global warming. Ice never broke away before you see and we have always monitored the Ice sheets to record the size of any pieces breaking away.

I’m convinced.

Stop them bloody greedy Chinese, Indians, Indonesians,  Brazillians, Congalese, and Venezuelans doing what we’ve done for 200 years. Shame on them. Preserve our way of life and liberty – stop them today!

Magic Radiation


The BBC’z “On This Day” reports which present a news story from the past reports today on the Three Mile Island at the end of March 1979.

Article Here:

The 6 choice cuts are:

1) “Radioactive steam has leaked into the atmosphere in Pennsylvania, USA. “

2) “The authorities have declared a “general emergency” but did not inform the public until five hours after the gas escaped at 0400 local time. ”

3) “There’s a hell of a lot of radiation in the reactor building.” – Joe Fouchard , Spokesman for the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC)

4) “”There was very little wind this morning, so the radioactivity shouldn’t have gone very far… What small release there was will be confined to the local vicinity” – William Dornsife, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

5) BBC: “Research released in 2002 showed incidences of cancer in the area were not significantly higher than elsewhere.”

6)1984: Sellafield ‘not linked’ to cancer cluster

We KNOW without any hesitation whatsoever, that IF the was little or no wind in that area at that time, then there most definately would have been cancer causing radiation in the local environment. So clearly the 200 2 research is flawed. Possibly a lie – almost certainly a lie.

Who did the research? Who payrolled it? How many studies were done? How were they done? Was any pressure put on the US MET office to help give the impression at the radiation wasn’t spreading further afield so that they would look for radiaton effects in a place where in actual fact there was NO radiation? – Superb!

You see, it isn’t hard to imagine that there ware a great many financial pressures or possibly “incentives” paid to XZY political parties to put pressure of the DEP to cover it up so as not to have to pay likely large amount sof compensation and undertake a MASSIVE evacuation.

It is very peculiar that French, US and UK radiation is totally harmless but Russian radiation? Well, thats completely different.

More BBC crap:


Its IRAQ’S war is it? Well mercy me!

Dear Lord there’s so much to bitch about these days.

Nature – Where lobbox flows freely and comes ever so naturally.

Got a lot of “science” to moan about today…

Take a look at this from the “periodical” called Nature (27th March)

Link on pic points to:

And what Nature definately WON’T be looking at is the political/and neoLiberal economics that is largely responsible for half the worlds population not having satisfactory water/sanitation.

 And whoever accused Nature (or the BBC) of MASSIVELY spewing out inflated and grossly proposterous speculation should be ashamed of themselves…


Well OK, maybe not then.

Hey, let’ get in on the act. Let’s point to the latest born baby and say something like “LOOK! The last human!!!”. I mean come on, for pity’s sake!

But wait… There’s more from Nature.

Title: “The appeal of sugar goes beyond taste”  Excerpt:  Researchers have found that mice prefer sugary water even if they lack a gene needed to taste it.  Although the mice could not taste sweets, reward centres in the brain reacted when the mice drank water spiked with sucrose, but not when they drank water mixed with a low-calorie artificial sweetener. The results, published this week in Neuron 1, suggest that mice can detect calories without relying on their taste buds — a finding that could change our understanding of the sugar cravings that can plague dieters and contribute to obesity. 

And of course the worthy scientists knocked out the mice’s nasal receptors so the mice couldn’t smell it. They did knock out the nasal receptors – didn’t they? OOPS! And they visually blinded the mice so there was no chance in the mice being able to detect some kind of difference in refractive index change of the sugar sulution and non-sugar solution. They did blind the mice didn’t they? Oh Dear! And they remembered to sever the remaining oral sensors in the mice to that the mice couldn’t tell from the viscoscity and texture of the solution that it was different from the viscosity/texture of the non-sugar solution. They did destroy all oral sensors didn’t they? Crumbs! And they remembered to remove the nerves from the teeth of the mice, so that the ion balance and electrical conductivity of those nerves on drinking sugar solution wouldn’t help the mice learn which was the sugar solution and which wasn’t. They did remember to destroy the mice’s teeth nerves didn’t they? Doh! And obviously they screened the rest of the mouse’s DNA (a task that took Celera  nearly a year to do) to make sure the alteration to what they thought was solely a taste related gene (becasue they know the exact funcition of every gene you see, and no gene could ever be polyfunctional*) hadn’t caused any effect anywhere else in the mouses genome. — sniff sniff, something’s hit the fan! —

Why is it that the proportion of “science” apprears to be complete junk?

But there’s even more…

 The article goes on to say… “They did not, however, favour water sweetened with sucralose, (I’ve got a feeling we’ve been here before) a low-calorie artificial sweetener. This suggests that the mouse body does not learn from the taste, but rather from the calories in sugar.

Notice the article of course does not say… “They did not, however, favour water sweetened with sucralose, an man made trichloro organic artificial sweetener. This suggests that the mouse body does not learn from the taste, but rather from the calories in sugar.”


Rodents don’t like sucralose. Food containing sucralose will not be raten by household rodents. Great for all them hungry Indians and Chinese. And sucralose is lower-calorie than sugar. Hourray!

All hail the cleverly named “sucralose” Only it will allow us to consume multiple more nutrients that some sponging Africans, and we won’t get fat.  And get this… sucralose is completely safe, afterall wikipedia says so. Wikipedia also says the case is proved after “110 studies in humans and animals.” – and that will be made up of 110 studies in animals and 0 in humans, or is that 110 studies in humans and 110 studied in animals, or some other combo? – well, it doesn’t say so obviously it’s not important is it?

Some time ago, The CIA were fingered for altering wikipedia pages in order to demonise the Iranial PM, Ahmadinejad. Of course it is unthinkable that sucralose’s (or “Splenda” as is the other name manufacures Tate & Lyle call it) wikipage has suffered a similar fate, what with a piddly sales revenue of $212 million in 2006 (Johnson,Avery, “How Sweet It Isn’t”, Wall Street Journal Marketplace Section, April 6, 2007 p.B1 )

* sarcasm.

How may ‘jobs’ has mass murderer and sadist Tony bLiar got?

Crikey blimey!

Surfin’ a few science sites today, I came across this at the BBC’z site:


So let me get this straight. The lying, murderering sadistic nasty piece of errmm scum is…

1) The ME peace envoy (who brings no peace whatsoever)
2) The global climate envoy (who does nothing for the ‘climate’ other than false-flagging his way to climates of FEAR)
3) A lecturer of faith at Yale (but knows nothing of faith or the commandments)

Wadda guy!

I want to dance on the grave of mass murderer Tony bLiar.


A problem with the Solar System.

I like spacey kinda things.

What I don’t like is people saying is that their physical model of the cosmos is correct. All physical models can have rational questions thrown at them which reveal the model really to be a load of rubbish. This is surely inevitable as man cannot posess anything other than limited knowledge so it is very unlikely he can know everything about anything, but rather can learn something and somethings.

I recently came across an article with gave ‘The Top 30 Problems with the Big Bang

After reading point 3, it got me thinking a little closer to home – the solar system to be precise, and then later, about the earth itself…

The pic above is kind of how I’ve been told to imagine the formation of the solar system.

Here’s another ‘classical’ diagram..


I’m guessing you too were told of such a model. But if you think about it, does it actually make any sense? (before you answer that, try saying ‘wibble’ rapidly for 30 seconds)

point 1:We are told the ‘dust’ is the most massive part out of the “hydrogen/helium/dust mixture”. As anyone who takes a lot of sugar in coffee will tell you, when stirring (rotating the matter), it is the ‘solids’ i.e. the dust, which accumulates in the centre. The more mobile (less intertia bound) gas, should have accumulated around the dust. Not only that, but gravitationally, the more dense dust would attract to a greater degree than the poorly dense gas. The Sun should therefore have a dust laden core i.e. a non H/He core. Spectral analysis is reported to show mostly hydrogen and helium.

 Even if point 1 is wrong, then why is Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus made of gas? You may reply, it accumulated the residual gas after the sun switched on, but why then Do some of these planets have solid moons? Again, the gas should have coalesced wth the anisotropic density of the dust clouds (to form the solid sphere with a gas cloud or ring)

point 2: Where did this dust come from in the first place? Looking at the elemental composition of the Earth, it is rich in Fe, Al, Si and O, even radioactive elements such as uranium for example. Where did this come from? Some similar (but not identical and certainly not in the relative abundance as present on earth) elements are said to be in the sun, but absolutely not in the quantities found on the earth. So we are forced to suggest a past star synthesised it.

WMAP says the Age of the Universe is 13.7 +/- 3% bn years old. Our solar system is put at 4.5 bn years old. {Update 26-sept-08… “Earth’s most ancient rocks, with an age of 4.28 billion years, have been found on the shore of Hudson Bay, Canada. ” source(BBC)}  So that means the star which made these elements in the solar system must have

a) managed to have its constituent elements overcome the tremendous explosive velocity of the big bang to allow matter to attract and coalesce.
b) formed (and what did it form from? How long did it take to form?)
c) synthesised
d) died
e) scattered to leave virtually no trace

all within (13.7 – 4.5) billion years = 9.2 bn years. Repeat 9.2 bn years. I mean come on! Not only that but our sun is predicted to be around for 10 bln years (it is 1/2 way through its life right now) yet somehow so we are to believe the massive star which synthesised uranium bunched together, formed, synthesised, died and scattered in just 9.2 years? The numbers are highly iffy!

UPDATE: According to this, Life was previously thought to have begun on earth 2.4 billion years ago, but now scientists in Paris put that figure at 0.6 billion years. Interestingly the article states: 0.6 billion years is one tenth of the worlds age. Putting the age of the earth at 6 bln years, or more than 43% the age of the universe, and laughingly, older than the solar system.!!! Another artricle says “researchers…discovered a new species of organism that lived 540 million years (0.540 bln years) ago. Nothing had yet evolved with teeth or even bones. Multicellular animal life is believed to have arisen around 600 million years ago.” For reference, the burst of terrestrail atmospheric oxygen reported in the same article to have occured 2.4 billion years ago 

point 3:The clustering of elements and compounds on the earth. What possible force could there be which gives rise to pockets of individual elements and their compounds  on the earth. CaF2 deposits, uranium deposits, seems of gold, tungsten, platinum, lead ores, Iron oxides and so on. It seems to me totally bizzare that an entropic collection of dust could lead to an apparent violation of the second law of thermodynamics. (Laws which are not laws at certain energy levels). Bar a few weakly interacting compounds (e.g. gases and liquids), it seems to me that the earth should be a near consistent sludge. 

What’s your take on all this? Should we even be bothering to think about it given the atrocious and utterly unfair way we treat each other on this small wet and rocky ball?


Lead-208 is the most stable element and isotope

Highly recommended: Norman Finkelstein Workshop: How you can help the Palestinian cause


Norman Finkelstein Workshop:

How you can help the Palestinian cause

“What they did last night was more important than 10,000 peace conferences – they just blew up the wall!” – Norman Finkelstein

Excerpt from (Full article here)
28 January 2008

Norman Finkelstein was invited to Birkbeck College, University of London, on 23th January by FOSIS (Federation of Student Islamic Societies) as part of his UK Speaking Tour. His talk departed from the advertised title of “Today’s Palestine: The Product of Zionism” to a more interesting title “How UK Residents can help the Palestinian cause” and was conducted in the form of a workshop. The programme lasted two and a half hours and was split in to two segments – the initial remarks and question-answer session(1h) followed by the workshop(1h30m). Courtesy of Indymedia[1] the mp3 audio of both sections are provided below (recorded by activists from the group which successfully hoisted the Palestinian flag over the Israeli state-owned produce importer Agrexco Carmel in Hayes).

Norman Finkelstein is perhaps best known for his seminal work on the “Holocaust Industry” (how Israel has callously used the genocide of the Jews in furthering its zionist cause)…


Obama Obomba Obummer!


Obama was against other people declaring war against the Iraqi people, however like all forked tongued USan politicians, he will not end the war. Not only that, but according to Democracy Now, he would not “rule out” using private military companies like Blackwater Worldwide in Iraq. He has also said that if need be, he would bomb [parts of] Pakistan, and to cap it off he said “I’m a stalwart friend of Israel, its security is sacrosanct” [haaretz].

No ‘change’ there then.

So where exactly does this Obamas ‘Change’ lobbox actually mean?

Here’s my guess:
Instead of a white dumb jackass of a man lying to you,
a suave half-black man will do it instead.

We have experienced great political frauds in the UK ourselves. After the appalling Tory years, we were on our political knees saying ANYTHING is better than this. How bloody wrong we were. Although many suspected evil mass murderer to be, Mr. Tony bLiar, would junk socialist principles given half the chance, the public voted for him. Boy what a mistake that was. The Brits are still smarting from Bliars meglomaniac mega-con. The USans have yet to fall for it.

NO MATTER WHO THEY VOTE FOR, (McCain’s already lost IMO, and no independent candidate will win either) the USans are heading for a major disappointment.

This era of contemporary politics is long past its ‘use before’ date. In fact is is decaying with a very nasty smell of self enrichment and plutocracy. It is up to the citizens to case off this diseased form of governance and put in its place an altruistic form of government.

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Recommended book: 3rd edition of Terror on the Tube – Behind the Veil of 7-7, An Investigation by Nick Kollerstrom:

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Arrest Blair (the filthy killer)

This human filth needs to be put on trial and hung!


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