Category: Crime

Since the 2008/9 financial crisis I’ve observed massive changes for this Country (UK). They are all bad.

I’m fed up of seeing fire stations converted to gyms or bars.

Tired of another police station closing every week.

Sad when another council service is axed.

Angry when the news mentions the ‘failings’ of most areas of our NHS.

It seems when these things are mentioned on news channels they ask what the NHS, the fire service, police or councils are doing and why they feel the need to make these changes and cuts, they hardly ever seem to go back to the actual cause of the issues in the first place, there is always only one single reason. Money.

Why are all the people who had nothing to do with the reason for there suddenly being no money available being punished and the very people and organisations directly responsible for the crisis being rewarded and allowed to carry on doing exactly what caused the crisis? See where i’m going here?

There used to be a police station and small magistrates court in my town, it closed a few years ago, the magistrates court disappeared all together and the police station merged/moved with another one about 10 miles away, a couple of years after that police station also closed. Now my nearest police station is 15 miles away. This situation has been repeated hundreds YES HUNDREDS of times across the country. Oh crime figures are rising you say? Hhmmm I wonder why.

There was a police federation conference recently, the home secretary was there to ‘answer’ police officers concerns. During the conference hundreds of police officers were given the opportunity to speak and/or ask questions. Every single one of them told the home secretary that they were in desperate need of more officers, more resources, better equipment, more community policing, less bureaucracy and more police stations. The home secretary insisted they were getting more money ‘in real terms’. You could see the exasperation on all of their faces, they knew from experience and doing the job every day that it was a lie.

To date not a single UK banking figure has been prosecuted for any wrong doing, not one.

Iceland as with the rest of the world had a banking crisis, it had 3 major banks, Kaupthing, Glitnir and Landsbankinn, the government let them all fail, they refused to help. They put the banking bosses on trial and jailed them, they even put the ex-prime minister on trial.

Their stock market crashed, people lost their investments, business went bankrupt. The government did help though, it helped the people not the banks. They set up a system where citizens in trouble because of the banks failings could get their debts wiped out. The government created their own bank!

Guess what, Iceland still exists and is doing quite well. Because the government didn’t borrow billions to help the banks they did not have to cut every service known to man, they still have the well run country they had before the crisis.  What they don’t have are the same corrupt fucks running the financial institutions of their country, there is also an understanding that if any banks try the same shit in the future they would be held responsible.

From wiki
The financial crisis had a serious negative impact on the Icelandic economy. The national currency fell sharply in value, foreign currency transactions were virtually suspended for weeks, and the market capitalisation of the Icelandic stock exchange fell by more than 90%. As a result of the crisis, Iceland underwent a severe economic depression; the country’s gross domestic product dropped by 10% in real terms between the third quarter of 2007 and the third quarter of 2010. A new era with positive GDP growth started in 2011, and has helped foster a gradually declining trend for the unemployment rate. The government budget deficit has declined from 9.7% of GDP in 2009 and 2010 to 0.2% of GDP in 2014; the central government gross debt-to-GDP ratio is expected to decline to less than 60% in 2018 from a maximum of 85% in 2011.

The UK  government should have let the banks fail.

Yes for 2 or 3 years it would have been a rough for some of the people but the people who would have suffered most would have been the wealthy not the average citizen. When all essential and non essential services are stopped or cut then everyone suffers, not just a few and the suffering will carry on for at least a generation instead of just a few years. We would still have all of our police stations, hospitals, doctors surgeries, fire stations, leisure centres, mental health support, street cleaners, ambulances, social services, elderly day centres, council art collections, historic buildings, disabled support, nurses, drug rehabs, well maintained roads and all of the thousands of other services and amenities that we have lost.


For a long time we have been sending criminals to prison, in almost half of cases when we free someone they will return to prison at some point and the reason for that is they have been caught doing another crime and found guilty of it. It is safe to presume that a far greater number are re-offending but are either not caught or not prosecuted.

Here’s some stats.

  • UK Prison Population (Dec 2016) – 77,880 (Male & Female in every category of institution)
  • Average cost to the tax payer per prisoner (2016) – £32,520 (Between £27,972 and £85,975)
  • Adult convicted re-offending rate (2015) – 44.7%
  • Juvenile convicted re-offending rate (2015) – 37.9%

Our prisons do not work in their present form. We are trying to punish and rehabilitate at the same time and this makes no sense.
You cannot mix prisoners that want to live a crime free life or are capable of rehabilitation with other prisoners that are intent on staying criminals. Plus when they get out they encourage and/or teach others criminal behaviour and are basically scumbags.

The prisons are overwhelmed with drugs, contraband and mobile phones. They are making rap videos and selling the ‘music’ on iTunes!

It’s too easy to smuggle things in either by visits, deliveries, drones or crooked officers. Contraband and goods legally purchased in prisons are used as currency and therefore become a symbol of power over others






We have open prisons where rapists, murderers and child molesters are held alongside shoplifters, drug addicts and tax evaders and we have maximum security prisons where pretty much the same type are people are held. Again this makes no sense at all.

They are violent scary places and none of that can or will change except to get even worse.

Young people that move in the ‘right’ circles or grow up in the ‘right’ areas learn that prison can be not that much of a problem, they grow up knowing people that have been there many times but are still committing crime therefore how bad can it be? They learn that some even make more money inside than they do on the outside. We let the wrong people free to teach the wrong lessons to others.

We need 2 systems, the first is a system where the person who gets out will teach the lesson to others that the prison helped them and gave them the means and morals never to commit crime again and the second system will show everyone that if a prisoner cannot or will not be rehabilitated he will never be seen by anyone ever again.

The First System – Rehabilitation

It’s important that not every criminal will be given the chance of the first system for a few reasons. Firstly we are not starting from the beginning of time, if someone is convicted again for a serious crime, rape, murder, child abuse, domestic abuse and many others then that criminal will go straight into the second system.
If someone is convicted for the 100th time after the system goes into force they will go straight into the second system.
If a criminal confirms by their own admission they will retaliate against someone or commit further crimes they will go straight into the second system.
There will be many other reasons to bypass the first system.

This first system will help the criminal, it will educate, train and encourage them. They will live a comfortable healthy life while inside without the threat of violence and intimidation.
If they have any mental health issues they will be counselled and treated. If they are addicts they will be treated and weaned off without the assistance of substitute drugs.
Large population communal prisons do not work. Prisoners in system one will be housed in very small blocks of just a few inmates specially chosen to be compatible with each other.
If they are uneducated to college level then they will be taught up to that level. They will asked what they would like to do and wherever possible be trained to do that job or be taught to a high enough level so they can be trained when they are released.

The point here is a huge percentage of criminals are victims of either their environment, family or friends. Very few people get a great start to life, a good education and fantastic advice and then go on to commit crime.
So although we cannot give them the start they should have had we can certainly give them an education and worthy advice and guidance from decent people, and over time many of the criminals will see that life is more rewarding if they do things the right way and have the resources to do it.

So we give them 4 years which includes any time needed to come off any drugs. During this time each prisoner will have a mentor, if for any reason prisoner and mentor don’t click then we change the mentor. They will live in very comfortable blocks in their own rooms, they will not have TV or games consoles, they will have books. Everyday they will be taught basic education eventually progressing to higher levels, while this is going on they will be working towards an employment goal which was defined at the start, they will learn their trade.
They will exercise daily and eat healthy food. They will get 2 visits a year separated behind glass, in the last year they can have 2 visits where they can hold their spouse or children or parents.
In the beginning of their regime they will probably make mistakes, these are allowed as they do not know any better but they must learn, if they repeatably mess up and show no signs of improvement in their first year they will be sent into the second system.
By the second year they will know or should know the score so only 2 mistakes are allowed, any more and they are sent into the second system.
For years 3 and 4 no mistakes are allowed, by this time there will be no excuse for any bad or disrespectful behaviour. 1 strike and it’s the second system.

By the time they are released into the community they will have learned not only knowledge and respect but also their own worth. The successful ones will not teach others criminality but the values of education and working towards a goal.

If they screw up, even once then they will be sent immediately into the second system.

The Second System – Punishment and Paying For Your Crimes

Some people are just scumbags and/or career criminals and for these people there are zero reesons to show any compassion or mercy as they show none to their victims.
What we do at the moment is to squeeze the worst people in society all together in huge criminal cesspits to socialise and communicate with each other while they give absolutely nothing back to society at all. This also gives them the opportunity to share ways to commit crime, brag about crimes they have done, get ‘respect’ from others for the worst crimes, plan future crimes and commit crimes while in prison. This is not a place of punishment for the vast majority of criminals in there, for many the worst thing about prison is dealing with bullying sand intimidation from other prisoners.
So we need a drastic change to the entire structure and this is where the second system come in.

We will build massive new prisons, human rights will go out the window (except there will be no windows). The people that will be held in these new prisons are prisoners that will at some point if let out commit more crime, so we won’t let them out, ever.
It will be one to a cell and cells will consist of a mattress, a toilet, a sink and a treadmill. They will be just big enough for a person to stand up and stretch their arms but nothing more. They will be given a cheap nutrition (gruel) and water only. They will not get visitors, ever. They will not be let out their cells, ever. They will not communicate with other prisoners or officers, ever. Soundproof cells are the key. They will not receive any medical treatment, ever. They are going there to die.

In the cells will be a treadmill, if they choose to they can walk or run on it and this will generate power firstly for the jail and any left over for the community.
The only choice they will ever have is to end the incarceration by volunteering for a quick lethal injection, no strapping them to a gurney with witnesses watching, just an arm stuck through a special hole in their cell marked ‘FREEDOM’ which holds their arm there until the doc comes along on their daily jab fest.

It’s so simple.

I think this will work, if only to get the worst of society out of circulation and give the ones that want to try a real chance of changing theirs and others lives.
Costs of keeping these wasters will plummet and that’s even with the extra costs of the rehabilitation programme. Insurance across the board will go down as the crime will gradually be reduced. Government costs for everything to do with criminality such as the courts, probation will be reduced. Costs to businesses and councils will be reduced due to less damage and theft.

We will never get rid of all crime but we can get rid of most of it by getting rid of the people who do it and stopping the people that do it from teaching others to do.

Let’s get rid of the human rights act and make this a reality!

In 2014 Ilya Naishuller made a crazy POV action music video for a ‘Biting Elbows’ tune called “Bad Motherfucker”and in doing so created a whole new style/genre of film making.
If you havent seen it WHY THE FUCK NOT? The full version is over 7 minutes long and it’s worth watching every second of it.

As that was so legendary Ilya was approached by a movie director to make full length feature film completely in the POV style.
He has made it! But he desperately needs funds to finish all the CGI, colour correction, sound effects etc and that shit don’t come cheap. He is crowd funding for the cash he needs to get this masterpiece onto the big screen.
Full details on but as of today it’s not looking promising.
He has released a short teaser and it made my penis swell a bit.

He could get the money straight away if he bowed to a big studio and looses his creative rights over the final product but he won’t do that. I think even if he doesn’t get all the funding he needs this time he will get it eventually, somebody will recognise how much cash this shit is going to generate.

I have a copy of the uncensored Chilcot Inquiry report.

Well I have in my head anyway and it’s my own version. I’m able to know all of this because I have read quite a lot and watched quite a lot of stuff with different opinions, from this I’m able top form my own opinion and it really isn’t very difficult.

Most of this concerns America but that’s the whole point isn’t it.

Years ago when a country or regime needed more land and resources ie money they would invade somewhere, they would win the war, take over and reap the benefits, that was the spoils of war.
The huge difference now is that having the war itself gets them the spoils of war, the act of engaging in warfare is what makes the profit. So naturally starting and prolonging a war is what you need to do to become even richer.

The Bush family have long been a very wealthy, influential lot with long running personal and deep connections to the most powerful people and groups in the world. They will probably have another Bush president in the family in the next 10 years, a hat-trick!

If we like it or not there are people and groups in this world that can make things happen that nobody else can.
It is possible to submit false intelligence and present it to a whole country as the reason to go to war against a country that had never attacked them once….ever.
We know that happened.
It is possible to win a presidency not by votes but by a decision of some favourable judges.
We know that happened.
The point is they went to war and they spent a shitload of money.
They were literally shipping over pallets of 100’s of millions of American cash dollars into Iraq, but that’s just small change that they gave away. The real money is funding the war, they use the governments/country’s money to fund the war.
They have to buy..
Cruise Missiles, Normal Missiles, Guns, Shells, Lot’s of other things that go bang, Trucks, Planes, Tanks, Fuel, Tankers, Military Bases, Building Materials, Ammo, Food for 10’s of thousands of people 24 hours a day 365 days a year, Wages, Bribes, Hummers, Helicopters, Hospitals, Hospital Equipment, Entertainment Facilities, Telecommunications, Laundry, Power, Shipping, Airports, Lots of big concrete and steel walls, Sewerage treatment plants, All Infrastructure of everything everywhere, and so on…..

And most of it is done using  COST PLUS CONTRACTS, they are genius, what it means is that a company is sanctioned by government to buy all the stuff in order to complete or maintain a contract no matter how much it costs, the government will then reimburse the company 100% of its COST – PLUS a further percentage usually between 1% and 10%.
In other words the more a company spends of the governments (taxpayers) money the more profit it will make. Why would they spend 5 million on some trucks when they could spend 50 million? After all this is business.

So someone gets Bush the big job (again), someone creates the appetite for war, someone gets a country to agree to it, then someone gets a motherload of cost-plus contracts and starts charging $10 for a can of coke and half a million for a Honda pick up.

A country gets poorer and certain companies get richer. Simples!

Bush needed allies, well he didn’t need them but they came in handy. Blair quite frankly fell for it, I’m sure he made a nice bit of change out of it but he isn’t on the same level as his mate, I mean Blair is on the 5th floor, Bush or I should say Bush’s friends are in the 100th floor rooftop penthouse.

My Conclusions:

  • Blair does know a lot more than he will ever tell us.
  • He fell for Bush, he met people through him that we will never know.
  • He was power drunk.
  • The only reason Britain went to Iraq was because the USA did.
  • The only reason the USA went to Iraq was so powerful companies could make a shitload of money.
  • There are actual people who are responsible for all of this but we never ever find out who they are.
  • Somebody is going to have to help us if Bush #3 gets in because God hasn’t done shit the last 2 times.