Saturday, 25 June 2011

the commission for unconditioned equality

the following entry, by nelson madela, was not deleted from the comments section of a post entitled abandon law, all ye who enter here on the underdogs bite upwards blog (presumably because, as sir trevor phillips always said, the president just ain't black enough): leg-iron...a most pertinent exposition...of an age-old problem...although...for my part...i have always tended to favour...the route of...truth...and whatever means necessary...let me give you an example...
now you may be...aware...that i have recently been receive a visit...from the good lady wife...of the president of the united states...who kindly...found a her heavy shopping pop ' my humble abode...for a cup of tea...very nice too...may i probably...has not escaped...your attention...that...the first lady...was her husband...
mmm...of course...i am sure...that there were...very pressing and...expedient...reasons...for the president' make...the trip...but nevertheless...i wish him to know...that he should not...concern himself...unduly...for us both...he may rest...absolutely...assured...that...i am not fully declare...a score...which prince damned chance...of passing...there-fore...i great expectation...on the...honour...of...the president's...attendance...and...being cognizant...nay...i should the fact...that...he is not miss...a photo-opportunity...i have...ready for the sofa...a traditional...donga...perhaps more the a...common...or garden...african...stick...which i'll use to beat his bony raaaassclath white american backside with if he doesn't quit flying his baaambaclath fighter-planes over mi yard t'raaaass
...excuse my...jamaican patois.

sir trevor for prime minister, methinks?

Thursday, 16 June 2011

clipped words

the following entry, by me, was deleted from the comments section of an underdogs bite upwards blog-post, entitled through the looking glass - and my question therefore remains unanswered:

"dear mr leg-iron,

as local area convenor for the national association of firestokers and shitstirrers it has come to my attention, following complaints from a number of my members, that there has been an outbreak of comment-disappearing-and-then-later-inexplicably-reappearing-syndrome on google blogger blogs. we have received reports of this virus occurring on captain ranty, underdogs bite upwards, and even on my own blog spark up! in my own case, the deletion was completely unauthorized and was clearly effected by a hacker of some nature - indeed, the victim, micky molewarp, recently attempted to re-enter the afflicted comment after a time-span of several months, yet the comment was again summarily deleted by the stealth of an unseen, obsessive, and presumably ever watchful hand...yes, i appreciate that 'hands' cannot, strictly-speaking, be 'watchful', but that is neither here nor there. so, to return to the matter in hand...would you, in order to assist with our union's investigations, be in a position to divulge whether your own abducted comments were the result of:

a) an underdogs bite upwards editor with unresolved identity issues?
b) national government intelligence agency activity?
c) anonymous hackers?
d) national government intelligence agencies using the services of anonymous hackers?
e) any corrupt combination of the above? 

ps: although, no particular fan of the organ of liberal censorship otherwise known as the guardian, i have to hand it to their measly old moderators for publishing micky molewarp's exposé, in full, in a post under my comment is free account (now sadly suspended, indefinitely)."

god only knows how much this level of continuous surveillance must be costing the tax-payer.

Monday, 6 June 2011

clipped words

the british establishment are apparently very keen to cover up the horrific manner in which our government deliberately destroys the cultures of foreign nations in order to precipitate mass immigration, which in turn provides an ever-brimming pool of cheap labour - the following comment, by ghostofnursetwatitch, was deleted by the guardian from its discussion thread on an article entitled pm wins row with nick clegg over crackdown on muslim extremists:

"imagine a status quo where no ideologically motivated religious or political group (including imperialists like the conservatives, autocrats like the liberals, authoritarians like the labour party, fascists like gizmogizmo, and pompous prats like alpussdredger) could ever gain power and control, manipulate and exploit people...what a wonderful world that would be. it's not about changing our laws to accommodate other cultures (although ideally we would be grown-up enough live without laws, or at least have laws which do not infringe on citizens' personal freedoms), it's about not invading foreign lands and destroying other people's cultures - and so forcing them to immigrate here in order to make a living. if foreigners' homelands provided settled and stable environments in which to raise families, and they were not forced to enter this country for financial or security reasons, i am sure that immigration would be much reduced, and that the few who did choose to travel here would not feel that the united kingdom owed them any favours. we need a world under the reign of common-sense, really speaking - and of course, as a former nhs matron, i would be delighted to organize such libertarian utopia."