Saturday, 10 October 2015

William Bailhache, Montfort Tadier and Ronnie Pickering.



Online observers cannot have escaped the legend that has become Ronnie Pickering. For those who have not, as yet, been exposed to the latest internet sensation THIS LINK should help, or search Youtube for "Ronnie Pickering."

We are pleased to announce that Ronnie Pickering (or his name) has reached the shores of Jersey and was the subject of a heated debate between Jersey's disgraced Bailiff (unelected speaker of the House) William Bailhache and DEPUTY MONTFORT TADIER in the Island's Parliament this week. There is disagreement as to whether Mr. Pickering attended/would have attended the recent Tory Conference.

We were able to capture the exchange on audio/video and share it here (below) with our readers.

16 comments:

  1. You should not ridicule the prophet Mohammed like this. Some of these people are religious zealots who have taken leave of their senses and operate on pre-Dickensian morals

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    1. Life is the poetry of the Universe
      Love is the poetry of life

      You do not possess belief, belief possesses you...

      I'm always open to new ideas, I just don't let them crawl into my skull and take a dump...

      “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, but illusion of knowledge.” — Stephen Hawking

      "In every country and in every age the priest has been hostile to liberty; he is always in allegiance to the despot, abetting his abuses in return for protection of his own." ~ thomas jefferson

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    2. At this stage in proceedings it is always worth asking the question ' Why is it that the octupus is the only animal thatd doesn't celebrate Christmas?'

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  2. Octopus families find the financial burden of filling 8 Christmas stockings for each of their many offspring too great.

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    1. Not if the family firm has become that filthy rich by milking the island for several decades, selling our integrity and even our children.

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  3. “And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name received me. But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea”

    I wonder if the Bailhache boys have their Christian priorities and morals all wrong.

    Consider Mr.Bailhache's performance here:

    http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/jersey-child-abuse-inquiry-and-william.html

    Taking upon himself to "exonerate" his friend, ex Jersey policeman, Child social worker, sadist and multiple abuser "Mr.K" CONTRARY to the evidence, including expert medical testimony.

    According to the good book Mr.Bailhache and "Mr.K" have something worse to look forward to than being weighted and drowned.

    Is redemption bought with a few platitudinous prayers and a donation to your favourite charity, or a deathbed repentance?.
    I don't think so!

    Eternity awaits.

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  4. Someone under the previous posting described Bill Bailhache as the 'crimson horse blanket'. I see what they mean.

    The other commenter who wrote of Bailhache having that 'sotto voce' low menace as used by the sociopathic when they make their mad threats really nailed it. A great observation.

    While I'm writing, do the bosses our MSM think it's credible for them all to present the incident in a uniform, agreed way as they've done whilst ignoring the truth and the real story? They must think the public are fools, yes? The story of this incident was the historic, unprecedented rebellion against a Bailiff by a permanently conservative States chamber. It's a dynamite story, really dynamite. But where is it in Jersey's 'professional' media??????????

    You wouldn't know at all the rebellion had happened if you were relying on all of Jersey's heritage media. Which, I guess, just goes to prove again the importance of the blogs as Jersey's media-of-record, and the lack of integrity on the part of the JEP, CTV & BBC.

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    1. Little wonder that Jersey's real journalists refer to "JEP, CTV & BBC" as the "State Media". They have a long history of cosying up to power, whether it is team-paedo or the Germans.

      Shockingly many of the older witnesses to the Abuse Inquiry have said that the only time they felt safe was during the German occupation!

      For their faults at least the German soldiers and occupiers knew that buggering and raping children was wrong. Many of our leading Christian and Jewish leaders only think it is wrong to report or publicise this sort of abuse.

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  5. LOL, Ronnie Pickering - Will-i-am Bailhache parody, great stuff!

    Do you know who I am?

    Who?

    Billy Belly-Ache.

    Who?

    Billy Belly-Ache!

    Who?

    BILLY BELLY-ACHE!

    Who the Perry Le Flock's that?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8R02PfqFwQo

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  6. It would seem that the next stage of the COI, starting next week will show us which way they are heading. Interesting weeks ahead.

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  7. "Little wonder that Jersey's real journalists refer to "JEP, CTV & BBC" as the "State Media". They have a long history of cosying up to power, whether it is team-paedo or the Germans."

    Its no wonder many people will no longer dignify these blogs with any comments.

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    1. Thank you for dignifying the Blog.

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    2. VFC "Thank you for dignifying the Blog".

      That's cruel.
      Please be aware that anonymous is too thick to anticipate irony. May even be unable to appreciate or understand irony?

      Nevertheless he/it may not be a lost cause so instead you might consider posting links to some of your more serious work which attracted *significantly* more comments.

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    3. Not an exhaustive list, but here is a selection of "dignified" posts, just since mid June

      44 comments:
      http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/the-propaganda-hour.html

      97 comments:
      http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/itvctv-to-be-banned-from-reporting-at.html

      39 comments:
      http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/ted-heath-might-be-headline-but-he-is.html

      172 comments:
      http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/jersey-child-abuse-inquiry-adopts.html

      55 comments:
      http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/jersey-continues-to-fail-abuse-rape.html

      188 comments:
      http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/mario-lundy-and-stuart-syvret-at-jersey.html

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  8. I don't see all the fuss about Boris Johnson taking out a ten-year-old Japanese school boy playing rugby.

    Wouldn't be the first time an MP's tackle has hurt an under-age child...

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  9. http://planetjersey.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=787.msg60215#msg60215

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