Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Monday, July 03, 2006
Nicholas Sarkozy, Child Catcher
After its lapse of yesterday, the 'Daily Telegraph' swings right back into full immigrationist mode with an entirely uncritical report from France entitled 'French families shelter young migrants'.
Sunday, June 04, 2006
End User Nationality
Friday, May 12, 2006
The Daily Telegraph's Hatchet Job On Antony Worrall Thompson Backfires Spectacularly
It is just a shame that Mr Worrall Thompson had to go and ruin it all. Especially when it turns out that a new chef at his Notting Grill restaurant happens to be - yes, you guessed it, Polish."
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
May 12 2006
Does the 'Daily Telegraph''s printing of Katarzyna Motyka's and Marius Jasnozski's reaction to Anthony Worrall Thompson's opinion of the competence of Polish waiters herald a new direction in editorial policy?
One would never have expected Britain's biggest selling broadsheet to be so sympathetic to the interests of labour over capital.
If that is the case, then I look forward to the newspaper's campaign to end the practice of offshoring employment to the Third World.
Power to the people, brothers...
Martin Kelly, LL.B., Dip.L.P.,
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Chipperfield's Nasty Inflammation
"I didn't believe him at the time, but when you actually look at the birth rate … we are aborting ourselves almost out of existence by 100,000 abortions a year. You multiply that by 50 years and that's five million potential Australians we won't have here."
Keysar Trad, head of the Islamic Friendship Association of Australia, said Mrs Vale was trying to exploit people's ignorance of Islam. "It's just a cheap shot and it's very unfortunate," he said"
Thursday, January 26, 2006
Of Course, They All Came Over On The Mayflower
Saturday, January 14, 2006
A Load of Hogwarts
Saturday, January 07, 2006
When Are Foreign Criminals Not Foreign Criminals?
Thursday, December 15, 2005
Wednesday, December 14, 2005
A New Euphemism for Immigrationism
Saturday, December 10, 2005
Congratulations To The BBC
Their report is the only one that which does not describe Jean Charles de Menezes, a criminal, as ‘innocent’.
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
The Camp Of The Saints Meets The Raft Of The Medusa
A scene that could not have been dis-similar to that depicted in Gericault's 'The Raft of the Medusa' was reported in the 'World Bulletin' section of today's 'Daily Telegraph'. The section is not online.
It began, 'Cruise liner rescues illegal immigrants adrift in ocean', and continued,
"An Italian cruise liner was transformed into a floating refugee centre after it rescued a boatload of dehydrated and hungry illegal immigrants adrift in the Atlantic.
The Panama registered Melody was on its way from Genoa to Rio de Janeiro when a boat carrying 36 Moroccans was spotted in trouble about 80 miles off the coast of Senegal.
After waiting five hours for international rescue services to arrive, the ships's captain, Antonio di Palma, decided to clear the crews' quarters and bring the migrants on board.
"Taking all the security measures required in such circumstances the embarkation was carried out in less than a quarter of an hour", he said.
Shortly afterwards the migrants 36' boat sank.
The Moroccans, who had left Guinea-Bissau on a roundabout route for Spain through notoriously treacherous waters prone to piracy, were taken in by the Senegalese authoritites in Dakar.
There were more than 1,000 passengers of different nationalities on board the Melody, which continued its journey to Brazil after the rescue last Thursday"
Captain di Palma is to be commended for his courtesy to fellow seafarers in distress; and grudging kudos also goes to the Telegraph for acknowledging that some immigrants can actually be illegal.
Although in this case they may perhaps be being too harsh. It would be a point of law worthy of Grotius whether a person on the high seas who intends to become an illegal immigrant actually achieves that status before they reach their destination.
But this incident does make one thing absolutely clear - the standard of North African seamanship is definitely slipping...