The record £50 million pound kidnap/robbery aimed at the cash collection centre in Kent kicked off at 6:30 p.m. on the penultimate Tuesday of the month. Simultaneously, armed robbers did over the bookmaker in Romiley. BlackFlag News is currently checking local newspapers for signs of a pattern of decoy robberies across the country.
new labour is trying to sneak in laws which will let them abolish the 5-year time limit on a parliamentary term, change any law that offends them without reference to parliament, abolish trial by jury, lock up anyone they like for as long as they like and rule by decree for as long as they like.
We know where you are, citizen!
The high-tech device is called The Mosquito and it emits a piercing, high-frequency sound which can be heard only by young ears, generally belonging to kids between 12 and 20. Costing £600 a pop, the devices are being mounted in shops and indoor shopping centres to prevent mobs of anti-social yobs gathering and annoying paying customers. The device is manufactured by Compound Security Systems, who say it does not damage hearing and animals are unaffected by it.
Following the total bog that the chancellor made of selling off half of Britain's gold reserves he announced the sale well in advance and drove the price down the government has done the same with the piece of QinetiQ, the Ministry of Defence military research lab, which was privatized off in 2002.
Non-balancing books everywhere!
prime minister gets generous with the IRA
It's your licence fee they're abusing
Money hurtling down the drain
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One of you is going to get really lucky this month. As for the rest, you might as well go into hibernation until March!
"Having seen the Terrible Twelve cartoons, it's quite plain that no one with more than 2 brain cells to rub together would be offended by them, and it comes as no surprise to learn that Syria and Iran are funding the agitators who are making all the fuss. The people behind all the arson and mayhem are obviously just (1) hooligans looking for an excuse to run riot to brighten up their dull little lives and (2) the professionally aggrieved."
"The Provisional wing of Islam is clearly spoiling for a fight but too chicken to be up-front about it hence the need to get some alibis in place first."
Only 2 of the cartoons are any good and the better of the pair is shown above in a somewhat sawn-off condition. If you want to see all 12 cartoons, CLICK HERE but prepare to be severely underwhelmed!
Some counter-blasting 'Cartoons from the Arab World', with his comments, are available on the website of self-proclaimed Mideast media analyst Tom Gross
The Terrible Twelve cartoons are also on the Action In England website along with links to lots more cartoons.
Plenty of action in Detroit
Congrats to the Pittsburgh Steelers for winning the 40th Super Bowl and joining the Cowboys and the 49ers on 5 wins. Hard cheese to the Seahawks for coming second, but they should try to follow in the footsteps of the Miami Dolphins, who lost their first Super Bowl but went on to win the next, Super Bowl 7, after a perfect season and also won Super Bowl 8.
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The Italian government has given its citizens the right 'to use weapons to defend themselves and their property', provided the citizen is in real danger 'and the intruder shows no sign of desisting'. The law came into effect three days too late to help a man from Verona, who is currently being persecuted for shooting and killing two burglars, who broke into his home in the early hours of the morning.
new labour's brilliant new idea The Cat Police
Gambling? No way, mate!
Bulldozers for Ulster
1. Scrape together £114,413,040.
new labour, new smoking policy
The Number 1 British Icon
Postal lottery punished
Buy yer own bloody bowl, Dai!
Hacked to bits
"You're not fooling anyone, mate!"
"If you're not telling us, you must be up to something!"
Don't you just love joined-up government in action?
BBC political bias exposed
Bird protection move
Council Tax doubled
The abbey ducks out of a challenge to 'rip-off' charges
He's trying to get himself noticed again
IoM Poop Squad in action
Livingstone nobbled by Jewish lobby
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Founded in 1856 to transmit messages by telegraph to all available parts of the United States, the company has decided that new era technology has made its primary function obsolete. With emails and instant messages available on the internet, Western Union delivered just 20,000 telegrams last year at $10 a go, which didn't do much for the company's wage bill. In future, Western Union plans to concentrate on money transfers and other financial services.
The archetypal comic's straight man has died at 76. Through the second half of the 20th Century, he worked with the likes of Charlie Drake, Tommy Cooper, Frankie Howerd, Terry Scott, Dick Emery and Eric Sykes, but he is best remembered for his long association with Benny Hill. When not working on a TV series, Mr. McGee toured with theatre companies and worked in shows on cruise liners. He enjoyed a long and successful working life thanks for his ability to get on with his job and avoid bruising the egos of the star performers.
The actor who played Grandpa (aged 378) in the TV series The Munsters has died at 82. After working in the circus, and burlesque and vaudeville theatre shows, Mr. Lewis got his TV break in the comedy cop show Car 54, Where Are You? in the early 1960s. Fred Gwynne, another refugee from 'Car 54', played his son-in-law, Herman, in The Munsters. Mr. Lewis's career continued in TV comedies and feature films, and he stood for governor of New York on a Green party ticket in 1998.
The actor who played Ambassador G'Kar in Babylon 5, the best TV science fiction series of all time, has died at 59. He chose to become an actor at an early age, and studied theatre to master's degree level at St. Louis then Indiana universities.
Created in the final years of World War II to provide well-equipped operating theatres close to the front line, the US army has abolished the MASH unit after 60 years. They have been replaced by combat support hospitals.
The man who revolutionized air travel with budget prices has died at 83. He founded Laker Airways to challenge the big carriers with his Skytrain service, building on experience gained during the Berlin Air-Bridge and his service with British European Airways. His rivals took umbrage and the firm was forced out of business in 1982. Several major carriers subsequently had to pay compensation to Sir Freddie and the liquidators of his airline, giving substance to his accusations that they had conspired together to sink Laker Airways.
The author of Jaws (1974) and Claws has died at 65. Steven Spielberg's film of his first novel was a monster hit and a great boost to the author's future earning potential. It also had the unwelcome consequence of turning the great white shark into public enemy number one and a 'legitimate' target for any nutter with diving gear and explosive spears. Many of Peter Benchley's novels have the sea as a background theme and he felt obliged to turn shark conservationist in a bid to undo some of the havoc wreaked by marine vandals.
One of the stars of ITV's World of Sport has died at 80. Jackie Pallo, with bleached hair tied up with a ribbon and his trademark striped trunks, was a regular on the Saturday afternoon freestyle wrestling programme before the football results. His rivalry with fellow bad guy Mick McManus was the stuff of legends. The frequent victim of assaults by old ladies with hat-pins and handbags, he was a master of dirty tricks in a branch of the wrestling world which still retained some contact with the rules and the concept of victory going to the more skilled man. [Unlike the WW$. Ed.]
The European Commission has been bludgeoned into keeping its grasping mitts off traditional package sizes for wines, spirits, milk, bread and sugar as a result of a sustained campaign to preserve the pint of milk in Britain.
Registered as dead in a Barcelona court in 1994, the lady managed to prove that she was still alive in 1998, but she remained a legal non-person as the Spanish state lacked a reverse gear and a means of declaring someone undead. When she had a child, it was registered as an orphan as the mother was still officially deceased. But this month, Spain's bureaucratic machinery finally creaked to the conclusion that Ms Calvo really does belong in the land of the living.
Americans in 20 states of the Union have found an interesting way to keep hold of their assets after their death. They're putting the money in a 'personal revival trust', having their corpse (or just the head) frozen in liquid nitrogen and hoping that medical science will have advanced far enough to revive them in about the 23rd Century. Trusts in the United States, and also Liechtenstein, are offering a return on the investment sufficient to provide a reasonable living when the frozen one is revived.
Dr. Goebbels Department for the European Commission?
Please don't persecute our war criminals
If you want to be a millionaire on the cheap . . .
EU seeks new corruption investigators
The European Court of Justice doesn't deliver it.
The end of dunking buscuits in tea?
Shape up or ship out, Monsieur!
Now you see me, now you see me!
New Zealanders get tough with parrots
'Birthplace of Nazism' gaols Hitler apologist
IRA stages riot in Dublin
Brains in neutral
The Moslem world has been boycotting all things Danish after a newspaper printed a dozen cartoons featuring Mohammed, the Moslem prophet. Curiously, they were printed in September last year but the trouble didn't start until last month, confirming that the outrage is mainly manufactured for political purposes.
p.s. Western newspapers publish cartoons. Islamic websites post video clips of real, live (temporarily) human beings having their head hacked off by a fanatical sadist. Which is preferable?
p.p.s. Only false gods require constant worship and adoration from mere human beings.
p.p.p.s. All religions dehumanize people and the bunch who push the suicide-bomber version of Islam seem to manage an extra special dose of human-quality extraction.
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