Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Hang the BBC

Why should Islanders continue to pay the TV-licence fee? Apart from an annual saving to the Island economy of several £millions, not paying might help reduce what I believe is a psychological assault on British communities like ours.

Prior to the mid-nineties, the BBC was an icon of quality and integrity; it used to entertain and educate. These days it appears not only to have been dumbed-down, but to resort to: social-engineering-propaganda. Instead of entertainment we have lifestyle programmes to instruct us how to live; and instead of education, we have indoctrination of how to think, in line with ‘political correctness’. The BBC has surrendered its editorial independence to the growing army of ZaNuLabour spin doctors, with willing compliance from the legion of feminist producers.

Last week for example, I was listening to radio 4’s PM, and they had an item about the loss of a million miners’ jobs, “both men and women”; but when talking about another item on flexitime and how it effected the family, they never once during 10 minutes mentioned men or fathers in relation to families, whereas women and mothers were mentioned frequently. So when I pointed out on a BBC forum that there are more fathers than female miners, I was accused of misogyny by the forum regulars, who are happy to see men air-brushed out of the family, and into the nearest prison, no doubt; and when I called them feminist bigots, the BBC terminated my online account. If you don’t believe me, try it yourself.

Consider how much airtime is given to strident female artists singing of the glory of ending relationships with men, and in some instances, wantonly promoting homosexuality among girls; whilst boy artists sing as pathetic love sick puppies. Straw men feature extensively in the BBC dramas and soaps; where not only are they sidelined from the family but are often portrayed as idiots or villains. They are targeted as punch bags by ‘empowered’ women, who occasionally justify the murder of men on moral grounds; an attitude running through NuLabour, which wants to change the law from murder to manslaughter for women that kill men. Note also the prevalence of gay historians retelling our past regarding how bad men were, and how women and gays heroically survived their insurmountable prejudices, and are responsible for all the positive things in history. Men get plenty of airtime when it comes to crime and deviancy however, and the BBC manages to find news of rape and abuse, to keep the neurotic on message, and the didactic harridans in focus. The government, via the BBC, is remoulding our sense of decency and identity in its own image: a Chimera composed of the likes of Patricia Hewitt, Jacqui Smith, The Lord Mandelson, and Harriet Harman.

A community is held together by the nuances of decency, the social norms that help us identify with the sense of right and wrong we all share. Divisive propaganda, that splits society into saints and sinners, works upon those nuances, undermining cohesion and morale in the process. The lowering of morale would typically be the prime aim of an enemy to aid invasion; indeed, Lord Haw-Haw was hung for less. When contentious factions are mischievously rewritten into the identity of a community, then the social instinct will retract toward the intimate and familiar. We will see the formation of cliques and gangs in reaction to the perceived threat of the greater community; and those that hold the male pariah in contempt, will retract further into the insularity of the single parent home. This has already happened in the main cities, and is in the process of happening in small communities like ours. We need to act purposefully by not feeding the BBC palimpsest with our money; and positively reassert our natural and inherent sense of right and wrong, to openly thwart the feminist organ that is poisoning the communal well.

Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Statistics Raped By-Election

According to the Rape Crisis web site, they quote statistics derived from a 1991 survey of 1007 women, in 11 cities in northern England, in which 1 in 4 women had suffered rape or attempted rape; and according to Rape Crisis Lines of England and Wales, 97% of all reported rapes were committed by those that knew their victim:

UK Data on Rape and Sexual Assault




1 in 4 women have experienced rape or attempted rape

Painter, 1991 Survey of 1,007 women in 11 cities, Northern England

1 in 7 women have been coerced into sex, rising to 1 in 3 among divorced and separated women

Painter, 1991 Survey of 1,007 women in 11 cities, Northern England

The most common perpetrators of rape are husbands and partners

Painter, 1991 Survey of 1,007 women in 11 cities, Northern England

97% of callers to Rape Crisis Lines knew their assailant prior to the assault

Rape Crisis Federation of England and Wales Analysis of RCF members' records,
England and Wales

The majority of perpetrators are known to the victim

Kelly et. al, 2005  

So what happened to Jill Saward’s campaign at the Haltemprice and Howden by-election on 10th July 2008?

Wiki: The by-election was triggered by the surprise and controversial resignation of the sitting MP David Davis on 12 June 2008. Davis’ stated intention was to spark a wider public debate on the perceived erosion of civil liberties in the UK by re-contesting his seat on this single issue platform, launched as the David Davis for Freedom campaign. The two other main political parties Labour and the Liberal Democrats declined to field candidates, due to opposing and supporting Davis’ stand respectively.

The top 8 of the total 26 Candidates

Party Candidates Votes
Conservative David Davis 17113
Green Shan Oakes 1758
English Democrats Joanne Robinson 1714
National Front Tess Culnane 544
Miss Great Britain Party Gemma Garrett 521
Independent Jill Saward 492
Monster Raving Looney Mad Cow-Girl 412
Independent Walter Sweeney 238
  Total turn out 23911
  Total eligible to vote 70264
  Turn out 2005 gen. election 48029

Of all the candidates, Jill probably received as much media attention as David Davis, prior to the election, with many a political pundit predicting a shock result; yet she only got 0.7% of the total eligible vote (2% of the turn out).

With half the turn out of voters compared to the 2005 election, and the other two main parties not showing, we can conclude that there was not a party political cause to split the vote away from someone wanting to vote on the issue of rape. Indeed, what incentive was there for a rape victim not to vote, since David Davis’ stance was contra to that of Jill’s? Compounding this with the fact that non-rape victims who had an interest in Jill’s cause would have contributed to the total votes, and you will have to conclude that the number of rape victims amongst the good people of Haltemprice and Howden will be much less than 0.7%.

Hence, less than 1.4% of the local women, assuming the genders are equal in number, which is extremely wide of the claimed value of 25% of the women, as reported by Rape Crisis; an error of about 18 times, if both hypotheses are true. So there is a clear contradiction between the two hypotheses, either the Rape Crisis statistics are completely bogus, or thousands of the good people of Haltemprice and Howden are perpetrating a bizarre cover-up.

Lies, damn lies, statistics, and feminism; what was intended as a public exposure of the unpopularity of the Draconian measures exemplified by the 42 day detention, turned out to expose the dubious foundations of the paranoia of modern misanthropic feminism.