Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday

1. Oh no!

2.  This Russia biz just keeps on giving:

It is so bleedin’ obvious that May was milking it for all it was worth so she didn’t have to face Telford et al.

3. Here’s the headline:

Britain First leader Paul Golding ‘has his nose broken in prison just a week after he and his deputy Jayda Fransen were jailed for abusing Muslims

See the Tommy Robinson interview in which he describes what goes on in prison:


4.  Friday:

[H/T Chuckles and haiku for some of this]

5 comments for “Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday

  1. Penseivat
    March 16, 2018 at 17:17

    The claims that sex with the girls, some as young as 11, was consensual is clearly bureaucratic b*llocks. By law, no girl under the age of 14 can consent to sexual intercourse. The offence, therefore is rape, pure and simple. Between 14 and 16, the offence is unlawful sexual intercourse. Both of these offences are arrestable and if the relevant authorities were aware and did nothing, they should be either sacked for negligence or prosecuted for abuse of public office. Either way, they should be named and shamed and prevented from working in a similar environment again. Of course, what will happen is that some will be moved upstairs on promotion and some will be allowed to quietly retire on a taxpayer funded commutation and pension. Anybody punished for this appalling failure by so many, will be the foot soldiers, the acceptable casualties employed in a system where responsibility is like water, in that it finds the lowest possible level.

  2. Distant Relative
    March 16, 2018 at 18:44

    There’s been a few rape cases over here recently that leave me lost for words. What the eff happened to common sense? Children are taught to respect their elders, teachers, parents and other adults, do as they’re told etc and then get blamed because they allegedly didn’t say “no”. That gives carte blanche to the sickos. In contrast, it’s against the law to whistle at a woman in public because that is sexual harassment! Gimme strength.

  3. March 16, 2018 at 19:29

    It truly is mindboggling.

  4. March 16, 2018 at 23:27

    How are 11-year-old girls getting into situations where they can be raped? Do they have families? Do they have fathers? Are they simply left to their own devices? Is the real problem here the breakdown of the family?

    Or perhaps it’s the way our society sexualises children?

    It seems to be a sign of a society well on the way to social collapse. It’s also the sign of a society largely run by women. The more a society is run by women the more of this you’re going to see.

  5. Toodles McGhee
    March 17, 2018 at 03:45

    Lack of parenting, yep. Also, the many people who were/are complicit with and had knowledge of the crimes are shameful. The many people paying for the services, they are rapists too and I think rape is as bad as murder. It is akin to taking a person’s soul. Obviously, the gangs – the groomers are devils…but the clientele is just as culpable.

    ‘Martin Evans, Assistant Chief Constable for West Mercia Police, said, ” We are aware of the information you have provided.” Just what does he mean by that, pray tell. The police, social workers and schools definitely have much blood on their hands.

    The added shame is that it happens all over the world. Many years ago at a movie theater with Cuddles and my girls, my oldest daughter and I had a suspicious encounter. We were near a beach town in our state. Toward the end of ‘The Grinch,’ my 10 year old had to quickly go to the rest room. She was near the aisle and I was further down. She runs to the restroom and I am having to cross over people to get out and then once I get to the hallway another movie let’s out and I am dodging people to get to my child. She really had to go! Once I enter the restroom my child had already done the deed and while washing her hands another child had come to her and said her little sister was hurt and could she help her. My child said I would be right along and that I could help her. I entered and daughter tells her that I am her mother. The little girl says, “That’s okay, never mind.” She hurriedly leaves. Daughter tells me what happened. I go out to find her and she is asking another child for help. I intervene and the little girl flees the lobby to the outside. I follow and there were her parents (?) and who I suspected, but now I am not so sure, her siblings there. I offer help and they all turn their backs to me. I go back inside and find the manager. He goes outside and says they were gone and he would alert authorities. Did he?

    According to him those people had been there before. I should have followed up. We were very concerned. So happens just the day before my daughter had someone visit her classroom speaking on that very thing! There was a clever reminder rhyme they were taught. Daughter said that is why she told the girl I was on the way! One thing the public schools did right. Smart daughter too!

    I have often wondered when I encounter lovely, young East European girls working in the beach area what are their particular circumstances. I hope, for their sakes, it is on the up and up.

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