Monday, January 01, 2007

A freebie for the ITP !

NWN: Being as it's now New Years Day, I have cut and pasted the below ITP bulletin for two reasons.

1). 'Spike' is a decent bloke.

2). I have been 'on the pop' !

Happy New Year folks !




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1st January 2007 Issue 2841

NEW Final Conflict Blog: http://finalconflictblog.blogspot.com/ FC OFFICIAL HOME PAGE WEB-SITE: www.politicalsoldier.net Make it your default web-browser page. Add this FC banner to your web-site: http://www.politicalsoldier.net/psbanner.gif FC e-zines archive: http://www.politicalsoldier.net/06ezines/ We support www.englandfirst.net Support FINAL CONFLICT's essential work Donate to: http://www.nochex.com/payme.asap?email=boadicea@dial.pipex.com ----------------------------------------------------------- Contents of this issue: # GENERAL: HAPPY NEW YEAR - # ENGLAND: PROMINENT RACE-MIXER IS BNP MEMBER - # IRAQ: SADDAM'S LETTER # IRAQ: SNIPER'S GAINING SKILL # IRAQ: FISK'S VIEW ON SADDAM # IRAQ: SHAMIR'S VIEW ON SADDAM - # FEEDBACK: FREEMASONRY # FEEDBACK: WHO DETERMINES ANTI-SEMITISM? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NEITHER LEFT NOR RIGHT For an FC info-pack please call: 07748 410607 Final Conflict is a nonprofit-making magazine dedicated to defending European civilisation from Marxism and Capitalism. ############################################################ ############################################################ GENERAL: HAPPY NEW YEAR We wish all the best to FC subscribers, readers and supporters for 2007. ############################################################ ############################################################ ENGLAND: PROMINENT RACE-MIXER IS BNP MEMBER The BNP Ballerina By ELIZABETH SANDERSON Last updated at 20:46pm on 30th December 2006 Standing firm: Simone last week unrepentant about her support for the BNP Giselle is perhaps the most romantic of the classical ballets and always among the most popular. It is a tale shot through with passion and fear as the heroine, a naive peasant girl, is first seduced and then betrayed by a fairytale prince. So when gifted lead dancer Simone Clarke takes the title role in the English National Ballet production at the London Coliseum next week, all eyes will naturally be on her. But she will not be under the spotlight for her bewitching elegance and poise alone. No, the audience have a startling extra reason to focus their attention on Simone - because just days ago she was named as the BNP Ballerina. The dancer's membership of the British National Party was exposed by a Guardian reporter who had gone undercover to join this unpleasant organisation and it came as a nasty surprise all round. The BNP is certainly repellent, with its knee-jerk hatred of foreigners and history of organised thuggery, and there is something in the juxtaposition of dance pumps and bovver boots that many will find impossible to comprehend, particularly in the liberal world of the arts. But Simone's explanation for why she decided to join the party last year - given here for the first time - cannot be simply brushed aside as a foolish error, let alone ignored. The reason is summed up in one word: Immigration. It has, she told the undercover journalist who exposed her, "really got out of hand' - and today she maintains the BNP" are the only ones to take a stand' on the issue that she believes troubles the majority of voters, even though such views have led to her being branded a racist and a fascist. "Using the word immigration is now a greater crime than cold-blooded murder," she claims. But her story has wider implications. When one of the country's principal ballerinas, a 36-year-old woman who spent much of her recent working life as the Sugar Plum Fairy, decides to join the British neo-fascists, there is an argument that something has gone badly wrong with democratic British politics. On the eve of two more accessions to the EU - Romania and Bulgaria - she serves as an alarming, if graceful, reminder of the danger the far Right now poses in a country increasingly disillusioned with the political centre ground. Naturally, the disclosure has been hugely controversial but Simone has, since the news broke, refused to make any public comment on her views, retreating instead to the West London home she shares with her partner and co-dancer Yat-Sen Chang - who, extraordinarily, is a Cuban immigrant whose father is Chinese. But in her only interview about her political beliefs, she refuses to back down or apologise for her views, despite the torrent of criticism they have attracted. Simone insists there is no contradiction in her choice of a foreign partner or in her decision to work with one of the most ethnically diverse ballet troupes in the world. And she says that, for her, the issue is disarmingly simple: mainstream politicians are failing to tackle the issues that worry people most, while the BNP is promising firm action. By her account at least, she was by no means brainwashed - in fact it was her foreign-born partner who spurred her to sign up. "I joined about 18 months ago," she says. "Yat and I were watching the television. As usual I was moaning about something that I had seen on the news and he just said, "Well, stop moaning and do something about it." "I didn't really know anything about the BNP but they had come up in conversation a few times because they had just won some local council seats. "We went on to the computer and we looked them up and I read their manifesto. I'm not too proud to say that a lot of it went over my head but some of the things they mentioned were the things I think about all the time, mainly mass immigration, crime and increased taxes. Those three issues were enough to make me join so I paid my £25 there and then. "I think the BNP are honest. They're not trying to dress up what they want, which is change on these issues." Simone is certainly honest. More to the point, she is increasingly typical of the albeit tiny band of seemingly respectable, middle-class voters that the reshaped, carefully 'branded' BNP is anxious to woo. The tatooed skinheads who once dominated the party are nowhere to be seen, in public at least. Instead it is led by a savvy Cambridge graduate in a suit. That leader, Nick Griffin, advocates the repatriation of Muslims, denies the Holocaust and believes that black footballers who represent the national team cannot be classed as English. Yet crime and immigration are real and understandable fears, and they provide a fertile recruiting ground for the BNP that extends well beyond the traditional ranks of the deprived and disaffected. By focusing, instead, on the politics of Middle England, Griffin has managed to win 55 council seats in England. According to a recent ICM poll the BNP could attract seven per cent of the UK's total vote in a General Election. The veneer of respectability might be paper-thin but it is enough to attract people like Simone. She was born in Leeds, where her father Alfred was a maths teacher and her mother Janet a secretary. The family grew up in a small semi-detached house on the outskirts of the city, where Simone attended the local Catholic school before moving, at the age of ten, to the Royal Ballet School. She won one of just 23 places at its academy, White Lodge in Richmond, West London, from a total of 4,500 entrants. With her coal-black eyes and raven hair, Simone is a world away from the BNP supporter of old with his shaven head and tattooed knuckles. She is proud of her Yorkshire roots and visits Leeds often to see her four-year-old daughter, Olivia, who lives there with her grandparents while Simone and Yat are away on tour. Leeds is a traditional recruiting ground for the BNP, yet Simone's views were formed from her years in London. Her father has never been a BNP supporter yet he, too, has now become so disillusioned with the alternatives that he is considering joining the party as well. Simone, who is bright if politically naive, does not view the BNP as a racist organisation, even though it would seem directly opposed to her relationship with Yat - who, as a foreigner, is even banned from joining. In fact, she does not see her views as extreme in any way, arguing that she is no more than a normal person with normal views and a limited appetite for political argument. "I'd never been a member of any party before, although I'd voted Conservative a couple of times,' she explains. "I'm not a particularly political person but I read the manifesto and I took it on face value. Sometimes it feels as though the BNP are the only ones willing to take a stand. "I have been labelled a racist and a fascist because I have a view on immigration - and I mean mass immigration - but isn't that something that a lot of people worry about? "As with all parties, you can't agree on all things. You have to take the good bits and ignore the bad bits and that goes for any party. When I think about it I wonder, "Well, who's going to look after people like me?" People who work hard, who like to celebrate Christmas; people who are law-abiding citizens who pay their taxes - more and more of them - but feel that no one is speaking for them." She gets little encouragement from the news. Although Labour claims that asylum applications have been cut by 68 per cent since 2002, figures from the Migration Watch lobby group suggest that in total, immigrants are arriving in Britain at the rate of one a minute. No one pretends that immigration is in any way under control. And, despite Britain's jails being full to bursting, the same is true of crime, which blights the lives of rich and poor alike. So perhaps it is no wonder that, despite the get-tough rhetoric of both Labour and the Conservative Opposition, even the most impeccably respectable are starting to think about alternatives, even if only a tiny minority choose the BNP. "I consider myself normal," says Simone with just a hint of a Yorkshire accent. "I just got sick of seeing what goes on in the world, of how much unfairness there is in the system. "I suppose I first started becoming aware about ten years ago. I remember seeing a story about someone who had been driving a car illegally. I don't know where he was from but he had no licence and he ran over and killed a little girl. He was fined £65. If I don't pay my TV licence I can get fined £1,000, yet he can take a girl's life and get fined £65. "I don't know why it's OK to be shot for your mobile phone and the thief be given a few months in prison but I'm not allowed to say, 'I don't agree with that'." Simone met Yat seven years ago when she left the Royal Ballet to join the rival English National Ballet. If the contradictions in the relationship seem obvious to most, to her they are invisible. "We are a happy family. I think it's really silly when people make a big thing about me being with Yat as well as being a member of the BNP,' she says, arguing that she has no problem with foreigners who come here and work hard - such as her colleagues in the ENB, where only one other principal dancer is British. "It's not about removing foreigners. It's about border controls. Because of terrorism we do have to know who's coming and going. For the people with jobs it is possible to do that. We know where they are because they pay their taxes and are fully paid-up members of society. "The other problem I have is that Britain isn't really very big. And it's an island. I really cannot see the logic of allowing so many people in." But for all her defiance, she remains a reluctant mouthpiece. "My life has changed,' she admits. "Everything will be different now. I will be known as the BNP Ballerina. I think that will stick with me for life. I'd rather it wasn't like that but I don't regret anything. I will stay a member. "I am angry because I don't think it should be public knowledge who someone votes for. People are easily offended by political views, whatever the persuasion, and for that reason I think it should stay private. "As far as I'm concerned my conscience is clear. As for the journalist who spent months snooping around, he'd find more dirt under his fingernails than he'd ever find on me. "I've never been clearer in my head that I'm moving in the right direction and at the right time. I've had nearly 300 emails supporting me from all over the UK and from as far away as Australia, America and New Zealand. Out of those just three were horrible, calling me racist." She also says she has had little reaction from her ballet colleagues. "In the end nobody really said anything at work,' she says. "I think it's because there are a lot of foreign dancers who have probably never even heard of the BNP." But if Simone is angry to be dragged on to this sort of public stage, and if the main political parties are alarmed at the growing reach of the far Right, the reaction to the exposure in the Welshpool headquarters of the BNP is likely to be rather different. Here, quiet satisfaction is more probable - quiet, because that is how the 'troops' have been instructed to behave in Nick Griffin's alarmingly disciplined march on Middle Britain. The BNP must be delighted to see its manifesto of hatred endorsed by the sort of upright individual who would once have turned away on principle, especially when the individual in question is young, female and on pointe. So when the curtain comes down at the Coliseum next week and the departing members of the audience hurry out into the cold night air, they should perhaps remember this: that if the marvellous Giselle they applauded to the roof is in any way typical of the thousands in the auditorium, and that if the fear of crime and immigration continues to follow its predicted course, it will be a rather bright 2007 for Nick Griffin and his cohorts. And for the rest of us, that is a very grim prospect indeed. ############################################################ ############################################################ IRAQ: SADDAM'S LETTER Excerpts from Saddam's letter to the Iraqi people by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS published December 28, 2006 http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200661227053 Following are excerpts from a letter in the name of Saddam Hussein posted on a Web site on Wednesday. To the great nation, to the people of our country, and humanity, Many of you have known the writer of this letter to be faithful, honest, caring for others, wise, of sound judgment, just, decisive, careful with the wealth of the people and the state ... and that his heart is big enough to embrace all without discrimination. You have known your brother and leader very well and he never bowed to the despots and, in accordance with the wishes of those who loved him, remained a sword and a banner. This is how you want your brother, son or leader to be ... and those who will lead you (in the future) should have the same qualifications. Here, I offer my soul to God as a sacrifice, and if He wants, He will send it to heaven with the martyrs, or, He will postpone that ... so let us be patient and depend on Him against the unjust nations. Remember that God has enabled you to become an example of love, forgiveness and brotherly coexistence ... I call on you not to hate because hate does not leave a space for a person to be fair and it makes you blind and closes all doors of thinking and keeps away one from balanced thinking and making the right choice ... I also call on you not to hate the peoples of the other countries that attacked us and differentiate between the decision-makers and people ... Anyone who repents ­ whether in Iraq or abroad ­ you must forgive him ... You should know that among the aggressors, there are people who support your struggle against the invaders, and some of them volunteered for the legal defense of prisoners, including Saddam Hussein ... Some of these people wept profusely when they said goodbye to me ... Dear faithful people, I say goodbye to you, but I will be with the merciful God who helps those who take refuge in him and who will never disappoint any faithful, honest believer ... God is Great ... God is great ... Long live our nation ... Long live our great struggling people ... Long live Iraq, long live Iraq ... Long live Palestine ... Long live jihad and the mujahideen. Saddam Hussein President and Commander in Chief of the Iraqi Mujahid Armed Forces Additional clarification note: I have written this letter because the lawyers told me that the so-called criminal court ­ established and named by the invaders ­ will allow the so-called defendants the chance for a last word. But that court and its chief judge did not give us the chance to say a word, and issued its verdict without explanation and read out the sentence ­ dictated by the invaders ­ without presenting the evidence. I wanted the people to know this. ############################################################ IRAQ: SNIPER'S GAINING SKILL Iraqi Insurgent Snipers Gaining Skill By WILL WEISSERT Associated Press Sat Dec 23, 2006 http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061223/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iraq_skilled_snipers_1 RAMADI, Iraq - Spc. Brent Everson was just a few steps from safety. The 22-year-old from Florence, Mont., was climbing out of a tank, near the entrance to a U.S. outpost called Sword when a sniper's 7.62-millimeter bullet hit him just above his Kevlar vest, tearing into his shoulder and through his back. He fell back into the tank — wounded but alive. On the roof of the outpost, Army gunners returned fire. But the sniper probably already was gone. "This guy knew what he was doing," said Staff Sgt. Jeremy Gann, who like Everson is assigned to Company C of the Army's 1st Battalion, 37th Armor Regiment. "You get some guys with rifles who wake up and just want to take shots at Americans. But they don't aim around body armor," he said, speculating that the sniper's gun had a telescopic sight. Everson was taken by helicopter to a hospital north of Baghdad and survived. He was the fourth sniper victim since September among 40 soldiers assigned to Sword, a sandbagged mansion in south-central Ramadi. All were hit within a few yards of the outpost. A problem since the start of the war, soldiers and senior officers say the threat from snipers has intensified in recent months. Insurgent gunmen have honed their skills and acquired better equipment, notably night-vision rifle scopes to target U.S. troops after the sun goes down. For Marines and soldiers targeted by the gunmen, the shots chip away at their morale, one crack of a rifle at a time. "People are just tired of this. They're frustrated," said Sgt. Benjamin Iobst, who lives at Sword. "It's like trying to find a fly in a forest." Iobst said the problem in Anbar Province has become so serious that military experts recently visited Sword to study snipers in the area, in hopes of developing ways to counter the threat. Lt. Gerard Dow, the highest-ranking soldier at Sword, said Americans usually move through Ramadi at night to minimize the risk. But now some gunmen use night-vision scopes so they can strike anytime. "We know the best ones have it," he said. During a week of interviews, soldiers at Sword spoke repeatedly about the snipers outside their gates. Subsequent discussions with Marines and commanders across Anbar revealed that the threat is widespread. Maj. Matthew Van Wagenen, executive officer of 1st Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment, said Saddam Hussein loyalists in exile in Syria and Jordan have funded training programs for snipers. "You have simple gunmen getting paid to take shots, but you also have midlevel leadership who can drive all over Anbar, moving in and out of town whenever they want," Van Wagenen said. The U.S. military leadership in Baghdad has played down the influx of foreign fighters into Iraq, but many soldiers and Marines in Anbar said they believe the best snipers from all over the Middle East travel to Iraq for the chance to drop an American with a single shot. "We don't even have snipers that good," Iobst said. Some of the snipers learned their basic craft when they served in Saddam's army. But there's also open concern among Americans that the training of the current Iraqi army — at U.S.-operated camps — is spreading skills that are turned against U.S. forces. "I don't like the way they fight, but I'd do the same thing if someone was occupying my country," said Cpl. Sean J. Egger, also part of the 1st Battalion, 37th Armor Regiment. Egger was the gunner atop a Humvee near Ramadi's defunct train station in August. The bullet whizzed past him by inches but struck his machine gun, sending shrapnel into his face. Safety glasses spared his vision, but Egger will need surgery after he leaves Iraq to remove a half dozen pieces of shrapnel still lodged in his face. Troops try to make themselves tougher targets for snipers by zigzagging when they walk and never standing in one place for longer than a few seconds. But the best snipers will wait for hours, often near natural obstacles where U.S. troops might be forced to pause. They crouch in alleys, abandoned buildings, or force their way into many homes at gunpoint, firing from holes they punch in walls or windows. They also fire from holes in cars. One gang in Ramadi had vehicle with a bumper rigged so it could be lowered for the sniper inside to squeeze off a few rounds undetected. They shoot once and vanish, picking up their "brass," or rifle casings, and covering the holes from which they fire. Even when they fail to kill, wounding is enough to disrupt military operations for hours, while the casualty is evacuated. And the subsequent search for the sniper is usually an exercise in frustration, sometimes impossible to contain. Shortly before midnight after Everson was hit, 20 Americans and six Iraqi soldiers left Sword to sweep through homes just to the east, the possible origin shot. Much of Ramadi is without power after dark and the few remaining residents near Sword were huddled by candlelight in their living rooms when the angry soldiers broke down their doors. "Yes, yes," they breathed with terrified voices — it was all the English they knew. In some homes, soldiers demanded information through an interpreter without doing much damage. In others, they broke windows, overturned couches and ripped pictures off the wall as they searched. Iraqi troops casually tossed lit cigarettes onto woven carpets. "You know when somebody comes in and shoots at us! You know who the outsiders are!" bellowed Lt. Dow. "Tell us!" "I am a taxi driver," stammered Wabeel Haqqay, who lives with his elderly father. "I am gone all day and know nothing." As is often the case, no one offered any information on the sniper and insisted insurgents come from other parts of the city. But on the roof of an abandoned house, soldiers discovered a hole, cut into a wall and concealed by cinderblocks. It yielded a perfect view of Sword and was just big enough for a rifle and scope. A line of soldiers kicked the crumbling brick wall until it gave way. Feels good, doesn't it?" Dow grinned. ############################################################ IRAQ: FISK'S VIEW ON SADDAM Robert Fisk A Dictator Created Then Destroyed by America http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/123006Z.shtml Robert Fisk revisits the circumstances that resulted in Saddam Hussein's rise to power, and asks, "Who encouraged Saddam to invade Iran in 1980, which was the greatest war crime he has committed for it led to the deaths of a million and a half souls? And who sold him the components for the chemical weapons with which he drenched Iran and the Kurds? We did. No wonder the Americans, who controlled Saddam's weird trial, forbad any mention of this, his most obscene atrocity, in the charges against him. Could he not have been handed over to the Iranians for sentencing for this massive war crime? Of course not. Because that would also expose our culpability." ############################################################ IRAQ: SHAMIR'S VIEW ON SADDAM My condolences to the people of Iraq with loss of Iraq’s faithful son President Saddam Hussein, viciously murdered by the American Occupation Forces and their local collaborators. He was the first Arab leader who cared for Palestine and Palestinians, who brought war home to Jews, and he will be remembered in Liberated Jerusalem and Liberated Baghdad. He was murdered, and his sons were murdered to extract a cruel revenge for his bombardment of Tel Aviv in 1990 and for his refusal to surrender. It is better to die standing rather than live on one’s knees, and the President died standing. He joined many, many great independence warriors murdered by the Empire. Bush and his henchmen will be held responsible for this cowardly murder, and they will pay for it in this world, and in the next world. Glory to the fallen heroes. Israel Shamir www.israelshamir.net ############################################################ ############################################################ FEEDBACK: FREEMASONRY I thought readers may be interested in a true interpretation of the Masonic symbol. In the Blue Lodges the explaination runs thus: The Square represents that the Masons deal with each other fair and square. The Compass that they keep their desires within bounds. The G stands for God the great geometrician of the Universe. In Albert Pikes 'Morals and Dogma' page 851, 32nd degree, (paraphrase) thus: The Compass represents the Sun God who is male and the arms of the compass represent the rays of the sun coming down. The Square represent the Earth God who is female. The overlapping symobls represent the coition of same. The G represents Generation. So you see that Masonry is the old religion 'Paganism' which they wish to re-establish after nearly 18 hundred years. The Cardinal of Chile in his book says that it is top heavily Jewish. Milton ############################################################ FEEDBACK: WHO DETERMINES ANTI-SEMITISM? That gentile is an anti-Semite who does not acknowledge his abject inferiority to all Jews and act with according deference. This is a candid working definition derived from what can be observed in Israeli policy and U.S. and Western European complicity. This definition can be easily confirmed by consulting the Babylonian Talmud. Thanks once again to Fr.C for an uncompromisingly Christian presentation. The children of the devil and the synagogue of Satan are irrevocable Biblical condemnations, not subject to hierarchical modification or disclaimer, no matter by preacher or pope. "His blood be upon us, and upon our children." Perhaps the best definition of anti-Semitism is calling Deicide what it is, i.e, Deicide. If this be the case, then anyone calling himself a Christian who is not an anti-Semite is a poseur and a fraud. God bless Dixie, Sonny ############################################################ ############################################################ FOR YOUR INFO. Our e-mail address is: finalconflict@dial.pipex.com The FC e-zine is published under the patronage of St George. Final Conflict e-zine is the only daily National Revolutionary publication of its kind. We need YOUR support to continue. Any publicity that our supporters and readers can give to the FC daily e-zine, in print or on the net - is much appreciated. Other editors - please remember to include FC's details with any material reprinted from this e-zine. FC is a 'ZogBuster' production. FC (e-mail) is anti-copyright. But please keep to the original meaning and print FC's address with reprinted materials. FC's snail mail address is: Final Conflict, BCM Box 6358, London, WC1N 3XX, England. 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