Tuesday, June 20, 2006

June 20th

Found some quote's from the late Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran, he said "A man can marry a girl younger than 9 years of age, even if the girl is still a baby being breastfed". He goes on to say that the man is prohibited from having intercourse with her but that other sexual acts like foreplay,rubbing,kissing and sodomy is allowed.Another quote covers Bestiality,he says"A man can have sex with sheep,cows and camels, how sick is that.


Blogger dizzyfatplonka said...

Did anybody see that WAR OF THE WORLD ( clash of empires ) programme last night on ch4.
It showed how the Brits and Yanks stood by and watched whilst the Ottoman Turk commited genocide amongst the Armenians, much like the UN do today!

12:48 pm  
Blogger blueboy said...

I did not see the programme, but it looks as if it was interesting, maybe they will show it again at a later date, I will look out for it

3:17 pm  
Blogger shieldwall said...

did anybody hear the commentator during the England v Jamaica friendly,before England left for the world cup,he said their was 9.000 Jamaicans in the stadium,that will tell you how many live in Britain and how many consider them selves "English",lets face it they are only English when it suits them.I believe and agree with Norman Tebbits quote about the test cricket,how many Pakistanis etc....born here support England during the cricket tests,NONE.

4:30 pm  
Blogger cirdan said...


With all respect, I seriously doubt that the Ayatolla said that. But then I'm no expert so let's not go into that.

Something else that I just wanted to post here. There are a lot of people these days who mumble something about "unite against fascism". I find this rather amusing. The origins of fascism lie in the Italian "fascia" meaning a bundle (of reeds). This was a symbol of the Roman Senate and the republican democracy that it represented. The symbolism being that a single reed is weak and fragile but a bundle of reeds is strong and steadfast - an early manifestation of the "united we tsnad, divided we fall" motto. The Italian facist movement of the 20th Century saw itself as revivalist of many of the values of ancient Rome and adopted this symbol for itself. Etymologically speaking, therefore, a fascist is one who is a member of a group or people who share common values. So unless you hate people who are similar to yourself, you are a fascist. Uniting against fascism means uniting against being united. What does that tell us about the members of such a group?

4:39 pm  
Blogger dizzyfatplonka said...

Uniting against being united sounds to me like you don't know whether you are coming or going, much like the push me pull me in Doctor Dolittle eh!

5:04 pm  
Blogger stansted said...

Politics and the World Cup.

Football isn’t what it used to be, football used to be about football. To-day, football it would seem, has taken on a much more significant role.

Is it me, or have world cup competitions in recent years, slowly but surely, become to represent more than that?

I would suggest, that this year, not only has our nation become more socially involved, but nearly every European nation has too.

Why is that?

Perhaps worldwide sporting competitions, have replaced war as a means of displaying our national pride and enacting out our aggressive instincts, it has almost all the ingredients, except of course, the end result of industrialised death.

I suspect it is something else. We are living in strange times, to day there is something that is not fundamentally right with modern man, there is something missing.

I would suggest that we are now living in an age where substance and belief in a better world no longer exists, we have become unbelieving, unconvinced, nothing, is what it appears to be. The realisation never matches the spin and the hype, it all seems to be virtual; in short, we are rudderless, without compass, without hope.

This is, no more amply demonstrated than in politics, where there is a huge disconnect by the people, politicians are not only ignoring the voters concerns, but indeed, are pursuing their own agenda, to which the voters are not even privy, this leaves the voter frustrated and nonplussed.

Our politicians are arrogant, so consumed are they of the envy at the degree of involvement of the people’s interest in the affairs the nation’s soccer team, they want a slice of it. So, what do our politicians do?

They jump on the bandwagon, start waving the flag, profess to have an interest in the beautiful game, it is all so cynical, they despise the working class whose game generates so much passion and loyalty. Our politicians don’t have a clue why this should be so, to them, the working class is dross and an embarrassment, they are also perceived as a threat, especially when they (working class) start waving flags about.

I started off by saying football isn’t what it used to be, especially world cup football, it is no coincidence that national teams engender such a passionate sense of belonging, that the politicians simply cannot understand, they are so blind, they cannot see that as they systematically destroy our heritage, the people of this nation are rising up in unison, in defiance of all our politicians stand for.

Football is coming home.

5:30 pm  
Blogger King Arthur said...

The dictionary describes fascism as:

authoritarian and nationalistic right wing political movement founded by Benito Mussolini in Italy in 1919.

But goes on to say:

any extreme right wing ,anti-Communist, or racialist party, movement, or ideology; right-wing military dictatorship.

So if you're not a left-wing communist you must be a fascist!

5:44 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

King Arthur,



Pheeew....I was going through an identity crisis for a moment, now I can be proud to be what I am...A FACIST!

6:31 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Your definition of 'facist' is the correct one, but it doesn't take into account the Orwellian "newspeak' adapted by the self-righteous British 'Left', as exemplified in Orwell's 1984.

2+2 =5....eh!

Big Bro makes the rules up as he goes along, that's the problem.

6:39 pm  
Blogger shieldwall said...

it has come to the stage,with me,that i am so disgusted with every other gutless political group,that even though i am not a fascist being one would be better than what is on offer,obviously excluding the BNP.Every other political group has become an appeaser of the minority and forsaken British values and traditions,which to me is unforgivable.

6:42 pm  
Blogger dizzyfatplonka said...

Plus since multi culturalism is about attempting to blend and unite differing cultures, then nationalism would be a form of uniting against uniting.
and just claim back our bloody country when alls said and done.

7:24 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

If loving my country and my kind makes me a facist...LONG LIVE FACISM!

God bless Enoch Powell 'THE FACIST'...

Thank God for Churchill....FACIST!




Royal Navy...FACISTS!

Those who returned to Normandy after Dunkirk...FACISTS!

I'd rather be a FACIST than a paedophile forgiving NuLab namby pamby 'luvvie'like Sharia B.Liar and her ilk.

I see good times ahead for....FACISM!

God bless the FACISTS of this world...what's the alternative?

Hundreds of foreign criminals prowling our streets under the so-called 'anti-facists'? Paedophiles being wet-nursed by the left-wing establishment 'anti-facists'? More innocent people being blown to smithereens by peace-loving Muslims?

FACISM is beginning to appeal to me...!

9:15 pm  
Blogger blueboy said...

Cirdan. With all respect the Ayatollah did say the words i posted, I got them from a web site, I cant remember which one it was, I'm sure it was an american site, maybe faithfreedom or americanthinker, i'm not sure, but i quoted from the site word for word.

9:43 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Perhaps cirdan will post his/her reasons for doubting your Ayatollah quotes.
In my opinion, although I can't confirm them at this point, it sounds like the sort of thing a mad Muslim would say.

It will be interesting to see how this 'mis-understanding' developes.

9:58 pm  
Blogger blueboy said...

Phlip. I just wish i could remember the site, i should have copied the web address down, I'm not very good at remembering things, but i dont publish things that are not true, thats why i called my blog the truth, because thats what you get on it.

10:10 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Consider the posibility that cirdan is a troll....no-one doubts your Ayatollah quotes, certainly not me.

Cirdan, you say you 'doubt' blueboy's quotes.....why?

Do you know something about the Ayatollah the rest of us are ignorant of?

10:26 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

Cirdan:"With all respect, I seriously doubt that the Ayatolla said that."

You 'seriously' doubt it! Please be more specific!!

I don't doubt it...SERIOUSLY!

10:45 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Your blog gets more posts than Nick Griffin's blog....

Shame on the BNP....

I'm gonna post the same on Nick's blog, not that he'll give a shit.

10:57 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

cirdan: "Hi,

With all respect, I seriously doubt that the Ayatolla said that. But then I'm no expert so let's not go into that."


11:46 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Feel free to argue your case for defending the Ayatollah against the claims made against him....we're all ears....

Only a TROLL would back down at this stage....

Are you a troll?

12:11 am  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Hope you don't mind me using this blog as a sounding board, but...

If we're all equal...why don't we all vote BNP?

Perhaps the TROLLS could explain! Coz I'll never vote Commie!

PS: Dizzyfatplonka...I did see the documentary....worrying stuff, eh?

12:34 am  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...


Did you notice that Dizzyfatplonka really did put a link to your blog on his blog?

1:07 am  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

To all...

Here is a really good site, one of us, as it were....http://dizzyfatplonka.blogspot.com/

check this guy out....soooo undervalued, I'm gonna post there regularly....

Dizzyfatplonka may be dizzy and fat, but he's no plonka...

1:30 am  
Blogger cirdan said...


No I'm not a troll!!

Neither am I a friend of the Ayatolla.

I also did take the precaution of saying I "doubt" rather than saying I "know".

If you are positive that the information comes from a bona-fide source I take your word for it and rescind my statement.

8:52 am  
Blogger dizzyfatplonka said...

I have come across the Ayatollah speech and I believe it was at the Ali Sina Faithfreedom site.
Guess since the guy does not talk English thoe, its just our faith in the interpriters that tells us what he said.

Cheers for the recognition Philip the WORLD AT WAR thing was very good, think it continues next week not sure.

Oh got another one for you cirdan, city supporters, they are united against being united!

2:54 pm  

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