Thursday, June 18, 2009
South Coast of England prey to Jewish supremacists
Bournemouth is a town on the South Coast of England. It is a very popular holiday town, with golden sandy beaches. Many English people retire there for its relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. The town itself has a laid back nightlife which contrasts with the high-paced and hectic tone of the nearby larger towns of Southampton and Portsmouth. For those who enjoy walking on the beaches, one can stroll from the picturesque Hengistbury Head westwards towards the town itself and beyond. Not far from Bournemouth is the New Forest - a charming and relatively unspoilt part of England. Although now classified as part of Dorset, Bournemouth belongs to the County of Hampshire - arguably one of the most beautiful in England, and home to the true capital, Winchester. Relatively unscathed by the waves of unassimiable immigrants who have defaced the culture and landscape of the nation, Hampshire remains a truly English county, and Bournemouth an English seaside town.
The English character of Bournemouth is under attack. It is now almost impossible to buy fish and chips in the town, as the influx of tax-dodging toxic waste pushers has turned the fast food market into a festering swamp of kebab shops and curry houses. The indigenous food retailers have gone bankrupt and closed, unable to compete with the newcomers who set up shops as money-laundering operations and safe houses for illegal immigrants. The University is being flooded with foreign students, some of whom fail to return to their own countries, and stay to 'enrich' the country with their exotic ways, some of which go beyond illegal into the realms of diabolically immoral.
Parallel with the piecemeal destruction of the indigenous culture by the newcomers, is the sinister legally constructed enforcement of the cultural debasement of the country. Through political correctness, anti-racism (in favour only of non-natives), liberal communitarianism and a Stasi-like surveillance system, the most serious impact is coming from the anti-indigenous racists who are steadily destroying all that makes England the nation it should be. These monsters lurk in the legal, financial and political shadows, manipulating their puppets in Westminster, the City and the Temple.
Such is the scale of the assault on all that is English, that every lunatic with a superiority or persecution complex is demanding preferential treatment over the people to whom the land rightfully belongs.
The following, which was reported in the Daily Telegraph of 18th June 2009, is typical of the everyday officially approved bigotry which is helping to chip away at the crumbling and embattled once proud heroic England, which was regarded in high esteem across the globe:
Jewish couple sue neighbours over automatic light
A Jewish couple are suing their neighbours in a block of flats because they say an automatic security light breaks a religious prohibition.
Dr Dena Coleman, the head teacher of a Jewish orthodox school, and her husband, Gordon, claim they are kept prisoner in their holiday flat on the Sabbath because when they leave it they trigger the light in the communal hallway.
Orthodox Jews hold that the biblical prohibition of lighting a fire on the Sabbath also embraces the switching on of electric lights. The Sabbath begins at sunset on Friday and lasts until Saturday night.
The Colemans claim their human rights are being breached and are suing the flats' management company, which includes their neighbours, for failing to accommodate their religion.
The other 35 owners of the seaside flats are liable to pay the court costs if the claim is successful.
Mrs Coleman, 56, head teacher at Yavneh College, Borehamwood, Herts, has been visiting the £200,000 holiday flat in Bournemouth, Dorset with her husband for six years.
The management company fitted the movement sensor lights six months ago to save energy and money.
The Colemans have offered to pay for an override switch to disable the light sensors during the Sabbath.
But the Embassy Court Management Company said this would set an "unacceptable precedent".
A letter sent by the Colemans to the other 35 flats said: "Faced with a situation where we could never again have full use of our flat, we were left with no alternative but to seek legal advice."
The couple claimed they were advised by solicitors they had a strong claim.
The couple said they would drop the case if an override switch was installed and the management company paid their legal costs and compensation.
One resident commented: "There has been a meeting about it and many of the residents are not happy.
"There is a feeling that things should not be changed just to suit people in one flat when everyone else is happy with it."
The couple say they only moved into the flat in the spring of 2003 on the understanding that motion sensors would not be installed in communal areas.
They have now issued a county court writ against the management company, saying it has discriminated against them on the grounds of religion.
The claim also accuses the company of breaching their rights under the Equality Act 2006 and Human Rights Act 1998.
All observant orthodox Jews trace the switching on of electric lights back to the lighting of a fire, one of the original 39 Sabbath prohibitions. Some, however, make an exception in the case of security lights because of the safety implications.
In a statement the management company said correspondence with the Colemans had failed to resolve the dispute.
The Embassy Court Management Company is made up of three directors who all live in the block. The organisation represents all 36 flat owners.
In a statement the company said: “The directors believe that almost all lessees at Embassy Court support the actions taken by the management company to reduce communal lighting electricity costs, and to reduce repair and maintenance costs by preventing heat damage to light fittings and prolonging their life.
“The directors further believe that almost all lessess support the installation of movement sensor controls in the hallways and have no personal problems with their installations.
“Unfortunately correspondence between directors and lessees concerned failed to resolve the dispute.
“Clearly the lessees (the Colemans) felt so strongly that their rights may have been infringed by the management company that they decided to take legal action, that is their prerogative.
“A key allegation in this claim is that the movement sensors installed in the hallway discriminates against the claimants, who are orthodox Jews, on the grounds of their religion and belief.
“The lesses also allege in the claim that when they purchased their flat in the spring of 2003 it was on the basis of assurances from selling agents that that movement sensors would not be installed at Embassy Court.
“Although other lessees are innocent parties in this legal dispute, in accordance with the lease, the Management Company’s expenses reasonably incurred in these legal proceedings with be recoverable from all lessees in the service charge, to the extent that these expenses are not paid by the other parties to the proceedings.”
The case is due to be heard at Bournemouth County Court later this year.
The Colemans could not be contacted for comment.