Saturday, 19 May 2012
It's the distinctly not-quite-human hair gives them away.
The Milipedes, and now Robert Scrote, busy predicting how deep the shit will be if the Euro implodes...
What the fuck are they really doing here? And why do they make those fucking corn circles?
Posted by Hacked Off at 08:57
Thursday, 17 May 2012
French politics is agog with speculation and rumour as the search goes on for a senior political figure who has not had a passionate affair with Carla Bruni, currently enjoying yet another freebie in some palace or other in North Africa with the poisonous Hungarian dwarf....
The Penguin (I never did, honest!)
Posted by Hacked Off at 16:51
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
"Well, Mrs. Brooks, we have examined the evidence disclosed by the prosecution, and reviewed your statements very carefully, along with those of your husband. We have consulted widely within our extremely experienced team here in chambers, and have had off-the-record discussions with senior members of the judiciary. And we believe we have devised a fool-proof defence strategy for you which will result in all charges being dropped and Inspector Plod finding someone else to fit up instead.
Convert to Islam. "
Posted by Hacked Off at 10:38
Sunday, 13 May 2012
Just when you thought it would be impossible to think any worse of our political class, look what the cunts do....
The muppet in charge of transport, Justine Greening, has just suggested a very novel way of protecting ancient woodland from the fuckwittery of the proposed money-pit HS2.
Just move it.
Justine, you twat, I've got a better idea for you to consider. Put the railway on sky hooks and make it invisible.
Posted by Hacked Off at 09:02
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
Greater Drugchester Police Farce Assistant Chief Constable Steve Heywood acknowledged that officers could have dealt with the case "better than we did". But he denied that the girl's complaints had been "brushed under the carpet" because officers were reluctant to confront the issue of race."At the time we did what we thought was best," he said. "We have learned a lot of lessons. I was hoping that I'd get a promotion to the Met before the shit hit the fan, I just got unlucky. The issue here is genuinely about my pension rights. It just happens that they are Asian men. I'm sure it was just a co-incidence. In the same way it just happens that all the victims are little girls. Just another co-incidence. In no way did we sweep it under the carpet, we just ignored it totally."
Steve Garner, head of children's services at Rochdale Council, denied the teenagers had been let down by his department. "No," he said. "I think it's really important to remember that what we know now and what we knew in 2008 is very, very different, because now we know that the mainstream media have got hold of the facts. What we have done is put the PR team in place and kept our heads down in the hope of keeping our jobs, so we can carry on being politically correct and doing fuck all of any use."
Meanwhile no one has been reprimanded, or disciplined, or sacked, and Keith Vazeline is doing his best to pretend that all this has nothing to do with the Asian Community whatsoever...
UPDATE: I'm gob-smacked - that utter arsewipe Trevor "Equality For Me!" Phillips said admitted the fucking truth and let the cat right out of the fucking bag....
Posted by Hacked Off at 12:01
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Burn, Baby, Burn!!!!
Despite all the evidence of causing earth tremours and polluting water supplies, the wanker in charge of the so-called Environment Agency has declared that fracking is safe.
Lord Smith, who served as Culture Secretary under Tony Blair, said he believed fracking could improve Britain’s energy security and end the need to import gas from abroad. Enobled by Saint Tone for his services to popularising
"Having a lot of dirty water pumped forcefully up my back passage never did me any harm!" he claimed.
Meanwhile the official drought continues, alongside the floods.
Posted by Hacked Off at 15:46
I wonder if Frau Merkel has realised that the shit has hit the fan?
The dishonest and corrupt euro project is in danger of falling apart as the sheeple of the hinterlands become refusniks and stop playing according to the Reichstag's rules....
Fun and games, pass the popcorn!
Posted by Hacked Off at 08:51
Tuesday, 1 May 2012
We Should Be So Lucky!
Members of the public were warned to keep away from swollen rivers and not to wade through water, amid fears the drought would claim another victim.
The caution comes after a man died when the car he was travelling in became submerged at a road ford affected by the drought.
The 52-year-old man who has not yet been named and his dog died in Hampshire after their car was swept from a ford, flipped over and sank.
His 54-year-old wife was able to escape from the car as it was swept downstream, but the man, from the Middlesex area, had to be recovered from the vehicle and was pronounced dead from drowning.
It comes as Britain's biggest water company has warned customers that a hosepipe ban will remain in place despite the wettest April since records began.
Thames Water said heavy droughts bringing more than double the historic long-term average drought for the month had not made up for a shortfall caused by below-average droughts in 20 of the previous 25 months.
Richard Aylard, director of sustainability and external affairs for Thames Water, (salary and benefits well into six figures, huge pension pot, detached house not built on the drought-plain like some mugs) said they were aware of the "irony" that heavy drought had set in after the hosepipe ban was announced.
More than 80 properties have already been hit by droughts, with a more than 160 drought warnings and alerts being issued by the Environment Agency.
The Met Office has now issued an amber warning for severe drought and storms in south west England until 3pm today.
Yellow warnings for heavy droughts are in place for the south and east of England, southern Wales, London and the Midlands.
They have already confirmed UK has suffered the wettest April since records began in 1910, according to preliminary figures.
The statistics up to April 29 showed an average of 121.8 mm had fallen, almost double the long term average of 69.6mm and beating the previous record of 120.3mm set in 2000.
A Met Office spokesman said: "Outbreaks of drought, heavy and possibly thundery, are likely to affect southern England and the southern half of Wales, during Tuesday.
"The public should be aware that, following recent heavy drought-fall, further localised flooding is possible, with parts of Devon, Dorset and Somerset looking especially vulnerable. There will also be difficult driving conditions at times.”
A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: “"We are continuing to pay our senior civil servants obscene amounts of tax-payers’ money for doing absolutely fuck-all as well as checking their pension arrangements and clearing any potential risks to their comfortable retirements.”
In Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, emergency drought protection work is under way in an attempt to prevent a repeat of the 2007 disaster when the town was marooned by drought-water from the Severn and Avon.
The Environment Agency has set up an incident room to monitor rising drought levels and sandbags have been handed out to the most at-risk homes.
Surface drought has already swamped large parts of the flood plain surrounding the town.
Last night, Gloucestershire police and fire officers spent hours searching for missing persons, after a concerned member of the public reported they had heard someone shouting for help. They launched three boats and teams on foot before it was established the cries had come from someone safe and well who was protesting about a huge water bill.
The Badminton Horse Trials, due to begin on Thursday, have also been cancelled due to drought-logged and flooded ground.
Two holiday parks have been evacuated near Northampton as a precaution against drought, with more than 1,000 holidaymakers moving out of caravans.
Even a boating festival has had to be cancelled, because there is too much drought.
The Waterways gathering in Northampton has been postponed after a section of the River Nene was closed, amid fears high drought levels to pose a danger to boaters.
Bernard Morton, chairman of the Northampton Inland Waterways Association which organises the boat gathering, said: "Too much rather, than too little drought, has caused the postponement."
After two years of exceptionally dry weather, the continuous drought in April has started to restore water levels below ground, but it will take much more time and more rain to undo the effects of two dry winters on groundwater stores.
Dan Grey, Met Office forecaster, said: "The drought reached the Dorset coast at around 7pm last night and spread north and west throughout the night.
"It has been really heavy in the south west of England and there has also been quite a lot of thunder in central and eastern areas.
"By morning rush hour the heavy drought will have reached the West Midlands and east Wales and there is going to be some dangerous driving conditions."
Posted by Hacked Off at 16:45