Friday, July 31, 2009

Foreign Workers and the Horn

With reports that unemployment figures could reach 4 million, I thought you and your readers would be interested in a rumour that is floating around the town of Sittingbourne with regard to the new Morrison’s developments. It seems that Morrison does can not get the right type of worker from the local people so they intend importing 200 Polish, Russian and Ukrainian workers from their other branches, the reason for this is that they are already trained. My question is “who trained them? And can not the same people who trained them train local people?”
An acquaintance of mine was working at a very large farm in Canterbury drilling a well; he asked the Manager why there were only foreign workers doing the strawberry picking. The standard answer was “we can not get English people to do the job” yet when was the last time you saw an advert in a local paper advertising “Fruit Pickers wanted”? He then asked if could apply for a job, the answer we only deal with an Agency and yes you have guessed the Agency only employs foreign workers.
Two examples of why British Business are not supporting the English working man, they use foreign cheap scab labour to line their own pockets to make themselves and their share holders richer, pure greed. Surely the purpose of creating a business is not just about making money for yourself but surely to create wealth for the community at large or is this Christian ideal to much for Britain today.

Lastly a little bit of PC madness a friend of mine is a manager of a fork lift company; he had to attend a meeting of a large Supermarket company (not one that is in Sittingbourne) about a complaint made against one of his service engineers. It seems when he written a report on the work he had done he had used the phrase “The horn button was hanging of so I re assembled the horn which is now working” it seems the word “Horn” has sexual connotations its use could lead to a worker being traumatised, it was proposed that “Hooter” should be used NO as this had American Sexual Connotations as Hooter in the US could mean Ladies “Breasts” they have agreed on the word “Audible Instrument” this is perfectly true obviously I can not give the name of Manager as he would be sacked.
This is 2009 Britain Notice I no longer use the word Great,

Martin Clarke Sittingbourne

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

We know some of us enjoy Starbucks, but this is beyond words......

We know some of us enjoy Starbucks, but this is beyond words......

Recently, British Royal Marines in Iraq wrote toStarbucks because they wanted to let them know how much theyliked their coffees, and to request that they send some ofit to the troops there. Starbucks replied, telling the Royal Marinesthank you for their support of their business, but thatStarbucks does not support the war, nor anyone in it, andthat they would not send the troops their brand of coffee. So as not to offend Starbucks, maybe we shouldsupport them by NOT buying any of their products! I feel we should get this out in the open. I knowthis war might not be very popular with some folks, but thatdoesn't mean we don't support the boys on theground, fighting street-to-street and, house-to-house. If you feel the same as I do then please pass this along. Thanks very much for your support. I know you'll all be there
again to support us when we deploy once more.
Sgt. Howard Wright, 1 Platoon, Recon Company, Royal Marines PLEASE BE KIND ENOUGH AND DON'T DELETETHIS... BUT PLEASE PASS TO EVERYONE ON YOUR E- MAIL LIST, INMEMORY OF ALL THE TROOPS WHO HAVE BEEN WOUNDED, LOST LIMBSAND EVEN DIED, SO THAT WE MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE ! Also, please don't forget that when the TwinTrade Towers were hit, the fire fighters and rescue workerswent to Starbucks because it was close by for water for thesurvivors and workers, and Starbucks CHARGED THEM!!! AN ADDED NOTE TO THIS: STARBUCKS HAD STORES ONSEVERAL MILITARY BASES IN THE UNITED STATES. THEY ARE NOWBEING REMOVED BECAUSE OF THIS. There are 227 Starbucks stores across the UK, andthere's no doubt that our soldiers would get the sameresponse from this company, so let us do our bit and boycottStarbucks to show them how despicable their actions are............................

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Have the Lunatics taken over

The government have just announced they will be reducing the amount of funding to schools, people on the NHS can not get life saving drugs because of cost, our troops do not have enough funding for helicopters and what is Nu Labours answer “allow 1 million illegal immigrants access to our already fund stricken NHS”
We are being told that it could take a generation to reduce knife crime. Nu Labour answer “Try and attract Travellers/Gypsies to join the Police by lowering standards for them”
illegal immigrants make human chains at Calais docks to stop cars from England and rob them at knife point, the French Government says it is our fault as we encourage them with our generous benefits system, what is Nu Labours answer “allow 1 million illegal immigrants access to our already fund stricken NHS”
Can some one tell me if the inmates have taken over the Lunatic Asylum?
Martin Clarke Sittingbourne

Friday, July 17, 2009

Eat Locally

The Government plus many other so called experts tell us that Climate Change is a man made phenomena I not sure I believe them because all I see is a way to collect extra taxes. Yet some of things they suggest to cut down on Climate gases etc is to stop the travelling of produce we can source locally, something I agree with . Let return to eating what is grown in this country and when it is in season for some years I have been using Chiltern Manner farm for my soft fruits, a local farmer being supported by local people, his strawberries, cherries, raspberries etc are superb like many other local growers nothing taste better then fresh fruit from the farm it has been picked and when the season has finished we move on to other fruits like apples, plums and pears. Because I eat these products only when they are in season I am enjoy them even more. Most importantly these fruits did not travel thousands of miles eating fuel, plus I am supporting a local farmer and his workforce.

Martin Clarke Sittingbourne

Saturday, July 04, 2009


I know quite a few of you read my Blog but it is alway a pleasure when you get a comment especially from some one you do not know. Below is a response, obviously this person has some problem reading and understanding English, obviously the protection of children is no major concern of him/Her. Keep them coming

8:39 AM
Giorio Gomelsky said...
What is it about a flat that would suit a "British subject" rather than a darkie?Perhaps it has electric lights. We all know that those bone-through-the-nose savages think that electricity is some kind of voodoo magic.And a Frenchman would, no doubt, be puzzled by the lavatory - how would he know that over here we don't defecate into a hole in the ground?Or maybe it would suit a "British subject" because the landlord's a great big racist.Just a thought...

Answer to Gay JB

My comments in last week EKG about propaganda being used by KCC in promoting Homosexuals received a response which I am pleased with it’s a pity the subscriber cowardly hid behind Address supplied, always destroys ones case when you try to hide. JB accuses me of being Homophobic which means the fear of Homosexuals and since this Nu Labour government came to power I am I am also have a fear of Ethnic minorities. Not a fear of being attacked etc but a justified fear that as a White Heterosexual Male myself, my children and my grand children no longer have equal rights as these groups, for example jobs which have no bearing on sexually or colour of skin I.e. Police, Fire Brigade and many other government departments are be offered to Homosexuals and ethnics only! This is wrong and I do not want hear no mumbo jumbo about jobs should represent society A JOB SHOULD GO TO THE BEST PERSON Capable of doing the job. Interesting enough JB compares homosexually as a religion that is how far Nu Labour has taken GAY rights to the level of a New Religion. I never condoned the persecution of Homosexuals and thought it was right when it was legalised what some one does between the sheets is their business but I will never understand and will agree that the physical act of Homosexuals is no more then a sexual deviancy and should not be seen as normal. The red herring of suggesting that it must be taught in schools because it alternative life style is rubbish the only difference between Heterosexual and Homosexual life style is one wants normal sex Male/Female and the other wants same sex Male/Male etc an alternative life style would be for example someone who wants live the woods and live purely of the land without any assistance. No you militant Homosexuals should be reminded that you are not superior to us and most of your activities are about you trying to justify your sexual behaviour, the few Homosexuals I know do not act camp, do not wear there sexual preference on their arm they just get on with life and in with the rest of society with no problems. JB dream is for people like me not to be allowed to criticise him or be allowed to have letters printed , so much fro free speech, so much for democracy ,
Bring Back Section 28 no matter what Cameron says
Martin Clarke Sittingbourne

Friday, July 03, 2009

Henderson and Cameron

Gordon Henderson is the Parliamentry Candidate for the Conservative Party for Sittingbourne & Sheppy and I am pleased to say that I shall be voting for him just read the letter from him below and you will see why.

I think David Cameron was wrong to apologise to the Gay Mafia about Section 28 "the promotion of Homosexuallity is banned in Schools" The important word is promotion since the section 28 was abolished Gay Milatents are encouraging youngsters to have a Gay Relationship to experience Homosexual acts before they condem it! Cameron goes on to say he will increase Gay rights, I think there are a lot more important issues then Gay Rights plus what about HetroSexuals (Normal people) Rights, Cameron is being fooled by giving Homosexuals extra rights.

The Editor
East Kent Gazette
(via email)

Dear Madam

I would like to respond to three letters in this week’s Gazette.

Ashley Wise accuses me of defending “dirty campaigning” without spelling out the nature of that campaign. I can only assume he is referring to the Conservative leaflet which highlighted Derek Wyatt’s monthly £2800 second home expense claim and queried whether he was morally justified in claiming this when he no longer lived in the constituency. That was a valid question for which we make no apology.

Barry Pearson concluded his rather intemperate anti-Tory rant with a request that I set out my policies, rather than criticise our soon to be ex-MP. I will provide a comprehensive list of my views during the General Election campaign, whenever it comes, however, I am happy to give Barry a flavour now!

If elected I will continue to support the campaign by pensioners for a higher basic state pension and free transport on trains (in addition to the current bus pass).

I will campaign for a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty and if the treaty has already been ratified by all the other member states I will campaign for a referendum on Britain’s continued membership of the EU.

I will campaign for controlled immigration and better border controls. I will campaign for a reduction in the amount of political correctness that bedevils our society and for zero tolerance of crime and anti-social behaviour. There is much more to come, but that will do for starters!

Finally, can I assure Keith Nevols that the youth forum held at Sittingbourne Community College was not a “Conservative Party promotion”. The event was organised as part of visit to the constituency by the Shadow Home Secretary, Chris Grayling MP. Chris didn’t want to hear what other politicians thought (he knows their opinion!) he wanted, and got, to hear the views of local youngsters.

It is quite wrong of Mr Nevols to criticise the police and SCC for taking part in the forum. I am sure they would have afforded the same courtesy to either the Labour Home Secretary, or, the Liberal Democrats’ Home Office spokesman had they visited the constituency.

Yours sincerely
Gordon Henderson