Saturday, December 06, 2014


Joe Jackson with Happy Ending, a number from the iconic album Body and Soul (1984).

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I remember Body and Soul well - it came out the year I started as a freshman in an engineering college in Ghent, and the world was full of promise and exciting possibilities. I had never been a jazz fan, but B & S's mix of jazz, pop and salsa fitted that brief era of being 'independent' in a large student town (backed up by parental cash of course) with bazillions of hot female students around. Especially this number sustained by Elaine Caswell's magnificent, at times ephemereal vocals struck a chord with Young Outlaw. To this day I consider it better than "You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)", even though that one peaked higher on all kinds of charts.

For the cover art Jackson gave a sympathetic nod to jazz legend Theodore Walter Rollins, whose album Sonny Rollins Vol. 2 from 1958 looks almost the same - except that it sports "Sonny" Rollins of course. Other great names on that album are pianists Thelonious Monk and Horace Silver.

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Then it's the turn of Killing Joke with Love like Blood. From the 1985 album Night Time.

A campy video by now, or just plain annoying? Either way, a quintessential eighties number like this just had to be on Saturday Night one day.

Slaap wel.



... And buried in one of his countless smack-on opinion pieces Mark Steyn writes the following:

~The President convened a meeting at the White House today on policing in the wake of Ferguson. Among the participants was Al Sharpton, making his 82nd visit to Obama's Oval Office. The President does not, of course, have jurisdiction over crime and punishment in Ferguson, so there is something creepy and unsettling about what he's doing, even without the presence of the disgusting race-baiter Sharpton. Not so implicit in everything Obama says and does is that the grand-jury decision was wrong. As with immigration law, America's chief executive is engaging in presidential nullification - and, as I've said before, siding with the lawless over the lawful.

That's the point of it, isn't it? On the big screen and for an international audience, Coyote Obama soothes that 'we have to respect the jury's decision'. As soon as the cameras are turned away, he schemes to reverse it.

America certainly got 'change'.


Wednesday, December 03, 2014


Dhimmitude on steroids from the Spanish, who once conquered an Inca Empire with less than 200 soldiers:

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The Spanish sports site reports that famous soccer club Real Madrid has cut a sponsoring deal with Abu Dhabi's National Bank and is therefore removing the Christian Cross from its logo.

Last September, Real Madrid signed a three-year contract amounting to around 90 million EUR. The deal involves adapting the club's logo. The Christian Cross on top, which is a sign of its relationship with the Spanish Court, will be omitted in the Arabic world.

The new logo will appear on credit cards of Abu Dhabi's National Bank and by removing the Christian symbol from its logo Real "does not want to offend islamic clients", according to Marca:

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At the Battle of Cajamarca in 1532, Spanish Conquistador Francisco Pizarro beat an Incan Army of between 3,000 and 8,000 troops (accounts disagree) with a mere 168 Spanish soldiers, of which 62 were horsemen.

Pizarro was nobody's idea of an ideal son-in-law. It's something everybody who is referring to his breathtaking exploits will get on his plate. The same ones who point this out however invariably "forget" the bloody and viciously cruel civil war between Atahualpa, the Incan Emperor, and his brother Huascar, who was murdered by the former.

What is clear however is that the indomitable spirit of Pizarro is long gone. Real Madrid, which started its life in 1902 as the Madrid Football Club, had the prefix "Royal" (Real is Spanish for Royal) bestowed on it in 1920 by the then Spanish King Alfonso XIII. It naturally followed that the Club's emblem would feature not only the royal crown, but on top of it the Christian Cross, as the Spanish counted as the most ardent defenders of Catholic faith, and the Spanish Court has traditionally been the most visible exponent of that religious fervor.

I wonder what Alfonso XIII would think of this? Let alone Pizarro?

Hat tip veteran reader Koen Roelens.


Tuesday, December 02, 2014


Take A GOOD, HARD LOOK at this godforsaken D-O-G, "Lord" Harries of Pentregarth, and look Western Decline in the eye:

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A Daily Mail item with such an appalling message that it wants sane Westerners want to puke and worse:

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Read and shudder:

"Prince Charles’s coronation service should be opened with a reading from the Koran, a senior Church of England bishop said yesterday.

The gesture would be a ‘creative act of accommodation’ to make Muslims feel ‘embraced’ by the nation, Lord Harries of Pentregarth said.

But critics attacked the idea, accusing the Church of ‘losing confidence’ in its own institutions and traditions.

Lord Harries, a former Bishop of Oxford and a leading CofE liberal thinker, said he was sure Charles’s coronation would give scope to leaders of non-Christian religions to give their blessing to the new King.

The former Bishop of Oxford, who continues to serve as an assistant bishop in the diocese of Southwark, made the suggestion about the Koran during a House of Lords debate. He told peers the Church of England should take the lead in ‘exercising its historic position in a hospitable way’.

He said that at a civic service in Bristol Cathedral last year authorities had agreed to a reading of the opening passage of the Koran before the beginning of the Christian ritual. He said: ‘It was a brilliant creative act of accommodation that made the Muslim high sheriff feel, as she said, warmly embraced but did not alienate the core congregation.

‘That principle of hospitality can and should be reflected in many public ceremonies, including the next coronation service.’"

How weird, Lord Harry of Pentupfart, that we have not heard a peep from you when the 'creative acts of accommodation' of muslim grooming gangs vis-à-vis around 1,400 Rotherham teens came out:

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But what am I blathering about a mere 1,400 Rotherham teens? If you thought it was an isolated "incident", think again:

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Muslims may not feel 'embraced by the nation', but THEY are certainly 'embracing the nation', huh?

And what about Lee Rigby? Would that name ring a bell with Lord FuckFace of Pentregarth?

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Did nobody tell Lord Dogshit that Lee Rigby's 'funeral service' was 'opened with a reading from the Koran?'

Somebody fire this fool right away. Somebody FIRE HIM.


I said N-O-W!!!


Sunday, November 30, 2014


An ominous CBN report on the devastating effects of islam and multiculturalism on French society:

I have come to the point where I have basically no use anymore for the French. As one commenter or another put it, the French can be reliably trusted to take the wrong decision on every major issue. I doubt seriously if Marine Le Pen's Front National can turn the tide and even if it does, it does not really subscribe to the core tenets of Western Conservatism, which is the only viable way out of the West's crisis.

And I may be wrong, but I fear Génération Identitaire will just remain a fringe group.

France is LOST. Even as French society is cracking along every seam, its stupid politicians keep acting like all is swell, with political heavyweights like a Juppé, so-called center-right, tripping over their feet to inaugurate mosques at every opportunity. Work ethic is practically nonexistent, with the "work"force essentially "working" in six week intervals, from congé to congé. In the land of 35-hour "work" weeks, is it any surprise that the Air France/KLM combination is having trouble? Whereas for sober Dutch managers a simple 20 minutes midday break with sandwiches and orange juice often suffices, their French counterparts still insist on lavish 2 ~ 3 hour lunches where exquisite (as yet) Bordeaux wines flow richly.

France may serve a purpose as a last moment warning to others, though. It is perhaps no surprise that the hardworking Poles seem to have noticed first the unstoppable decline of Frogistan: this is a screenshot from the online Polish magazine, of which the recent link was sent last week by my mother-in-law:

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Marseille, pop. 850,000, is France's second largest city and its largest commercial port. Below you see a picture which was itself included as some kind of screenshot in the Natemat online article:

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Guess you don't need comment, huh?

These are scenes from Marseille after the Algeria-France match:

My oldest sister has acquaintances living in upscale villages outside of Marseille, and they say it is rapidly turning into an all-out muslim hellhole, where all the niceties currently on display in the ME are being played out on a smaller scale.

Again via Natemat, a report on brazen gang activity in Marseille:

France is lost.