ITV Media playing at games of sex abuse victims

ITV Media playing at games of sex abuse victims

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Does media involvement taint the severity and seriousness of situations for an over-sensualised story to rebuild their brand reputation? The answer is a categorical yes. The use of charity to boost their flagging brands while trying to seem sincere with a caring tone of ‘charity’ to add the false facade is paramount to continuing the levels of exploitation.

Such a serious issue is any form of paedophilia, which many continue to misunderstand, dismiss or rally troops in a full on hate mob with no sense or communication to tackling such an issue. Nothing will ever change by empty words or angry mobs taking over. This isn’t about the cheap excuse of “conversation” either as the vigilantes might try to complain of.

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Their must be a level of controlled debate, action and support. That comes from society, past victims looking to move forward and authorative sectors looking to improve claims and lives of those affected, most namely, the police forces.

For years, Britain has lived on a hotbed of abuse, scandal, cover up and exploitation. When a case is opened the media jump on the bandwagon to desensitise the issue with tacky, biased and juvenile ‘reporting’ that clouds the issue, continues victims to fall silent and allow abusers free reign to survive justice.

Most recently, we have seen the obsessively immoral television station ITV, a channel broadcasting no programmes of interest and full of blatant bias of tepid proportions, making an attempt to use sex abuse victims to rebuild its dying brand. Adding a level of fake sympathy for company standing, ITV has continued to abuse the abused victims with a false fabrication of genuine care and complicity.

Using most of its TV show platforms with biased talking of issues has desensitised the issues which continue to cause victims to see the level of inaccuracy and failed communication between bosses in suits to real humans. Words and clever scripting to seem ‘on your side’ will be anything but. Victims live a life of reclusive introverts that TV and media shows turn an issue into a ragtime freebie of air time to look good and get investments. Add the label of charity is another exemplary tactic to deter, confuse and once more exploit. So it is legitimate to argue then, that places like ITV and media sources are the new age abusers of the abused.

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ITV’s investors profits.

These loopholes can be opened to allow perpetrators to slip through the net via such distorted distraction and victims will be further victimised. No justice, depth of conversation and failed communication to understand their plight has many knock on effects. The legal hounding process in court, suicidal increase at distorted conversations missing the point and abusers smug in the knowledge of literally getting off with light punishments all by TV station wanting to ‘talk about it’ further alienate all it supposedly claims it tries to help.

Places like ITV are vigilant in their conceited efforts to convince themselves that they are doing something right when they are simply obnoxious bosses who believe because they have the power to put it out on the airwaves, they will. Anyone who disagrees can be shrugged off because ITV have no morals or ethical dimensions that show they can do what they want.

The levels of insensitivity, complacency and sheer attitude of what they want to talk about has and continues to shut out real stories, conversations and fuller details of disclosure. ITV want to ‘look good’ and get some company attention. Then the clever usage of caring people on their shows, like Loose Women, who on Thursday 02nd December, handled the conversation very well. This, however cannot excuse the policies and tactics of the backroom stooges who plan to see and abuse further with their soulless directions of unprofessionalism. Even the headlines are pathetically put together by some juvenile random who thinks they can be clever and smart with big words.

ITV have a negative and abusive attitude that if you don’t agree with them they take offence in a childish manner and go on a vindictively childish spell to do it anyway just to be silly. There is no coincidence that it has become the worst TV station in Britain by these childish actions and it’s so called output bosses completely clueless and doing things for ratings and attention only. Once again the most important to the case/s are forgotten. All for ITV’s ‘big I am’ mentality using innocent victims for demographics.

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Recently ITV have been using all demographics for sympathy with disingenuous tactics including gay culture, black and ethnic communities, Jews, Women and the like to continue its bureaucratic checklist of people than actually issues and cases. This has rendered ITV the most disgraced channel of recent time. All to make TV and increase advertising profit. Shameless PR stunts.

A day earlier we also tweeted about how the abuse scandal from footballers is now going to open a wider level of abuse including teachers, scouts, swimming clubs and coaches. We don’t say this for attention as we are in tune with people, but straight away ITV seized the chance to turn the drama into a charity using farce with its “Never too late to tell campaign” which continues to zap the momentum, conversation and victims’ intelligence to come forward as such a juvenile showcase of TV chatter for the sake of it has recoiled them into a darker place of obscurity. They cannot comprehend exposing to the public their stories when no one can handle it correctly or with any level of decency. Taste is not on ITV’s menu.

Upon reading this we will like receive more trolls complaining. But this is not about you and it isn’t about the shameless media using victims for stories and money making schemes. The last time we spoke out against ITV’s poor management style, we received a calculated level of abuse and nasty, vicious comments, clearly from someone who works at ITV, hiding behind a blank profile. Such is ITV’s caring and genuine nature that their first response is to abuse.

We do not argue and complain of juvenile bitching, we do our job and represent the right things out there. Of course as a result of this every institution copies what we say and do and then turns it into their own farce to try and be new and exclusive with stories while making a complete joke and unprofessional mess of it all.

The Sun newspaper has also been thoroughly guilty of misuse and self complacency doing ‘what they want’ ‘cos they can in a childish context which helps no one. Their latest farce of a charity is yet another example of the grave failings of Rupert Murdoch’s pitiful ‘journalists’ and PR men creating lunacy that distorts people’s willingness to speak out. Yet they try to complain that free speech is curtailed when they don’t get their own way after a slur of daily abuse on multiple targets. So called ‘Editor in Chief’ (Which is a title that does not exist in the UK) Tony Gallagher, a former kitchen porter, has been highly instrumental in tabloid gossip rag failings on his own blinded misdirection of what is. What is what? Exactly.

ITV and The Sun playing with the abused is not a novelty. Too many emotional choices and misdirected chatter for the sake of it helps no-one. None will come forward to such tacky and empty reporting where none of their cases will be taking seriously, and f any of them actually cared they would review their policies, but of course, they won’t, because they want the attention.

And that is why the hotbed of paedophilia in Britain is paramount and will continue to surge. The mentality of this behaviour will only further continue on to decades ahead of us, because some silly nitwit at one of these places jumps up with a pitiful ‘brainwave’ that offers a huge slap in the face to all victims and continues the UK’s disgusting levels of abuse, where no one gains closure, respect, dignity or justice.

Upon writing this, more of this conversation will be used, fancy words and detail copied, and further alienation of those it is most necessary to hear and protect. All for air time and column inches.

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We don’t write for you, we write for the victims who will hopefully speak out at their own pace to help others suffering or potentially at risk of further instances that can b the start of reforming this age old level of abuse.

All abuse starts in the home, and the government, who want to shamelessly believe everyone lives a ‘happy home’ life with parents etc who have neglected any support of people well aged into their 30’s and beyond prove the greatest disgrace to the greatest levels of abuse, courtesy, in large parts, of the UK.

It is time to move forward not behind. But the government are busy burying their own paedophilia scandal in efforts to not make ‘the establishment’ look bad. Always the same, look after yourself, never anyone else.

Will anything ever change this way?

Those that are blamed or abused are the ones who often speak the truth.

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Maria Miller: The CONservative fraudster

Conservative politician Maria Miller, 50, has been the focus of recent media controversy over the past couple of weeks. After secretly trying to make further, newer restrictions on the fabric of a free press unclouded by disingenuous laws restricting reporting, Miller was found to be scandalous. Her crime was that of abusing the British taxpayer among many others becoming the newest addition to the expenses scandal.

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The Right Honourable Maria Miller

The Expenses Scandal, which occurred in 2009 was that of a number of politicians, many senior, and mostly Conservatve (Tory) party MPs, seeing ministers fill in forms to claim expenses for items they bought. These ranged from the lowly 89p items to hundreds of thousands of pounds. Reclaimed and not paid from their own pay packets, the ministers were living it up. Then they were eventually caught by the national press, who all exposed the scandal.

Since then ministers have said to have been looking for a reason to control the press from their heavy reporting, often shaming the scandalous politicians rightfully on the front pages.

In 2012, after the phone hacking inquiry, a new Press Regulation report was established and finished after years of recommendations by Lord Justice Leveson, dubbed the Leveson Report. Since then ministers, especially Tory ones, to which all of the national press politically support except for two brands, (The Mirror and The Guardian) said they would never regulate the press. Shortly after, David Cameron, the leader of the Tories decided to revoke that pledge and clamp down on the press. Aiming to make the opposition leaders of the Labour and Liberal Democrats take the blame, the press were disgraced with the decision once it was decided they would place tougher attempts from self-regulation onto journalists.

Ministers were then said to look for tougher details in clamping down. Behind the scenes, Maria Miller, the newly appointed Culture, Media and Sport secretary (which has had a troublesome scandal involvement with every minister in the role since 2010) was allegedly acting in secret. Aiming to re-regulate the already regulated from Leveson reporting press, she is now seeking tougher restrictions to gag the media further. When also questioned by watchdog’s about her expenses abuse, Miller threatened them behind the scenes to keep them quiet. Aiming to shroud her details of scandalous lifestyle in secrecy even further, Miller is now using the preposterous excuse that she is being “witchunted” by the press out of revenge for the Leveson regulation. Miller, who is still seeking a second batch of regulation to this day, is now using this mantle to twist the screw into her favour as a victim. Anything that the press now writes, she will attempt to sully as uncredible and abusive, somewhat of an irony to Miller, who has acted out the exact double standard.

They often say, those who say something about someone is actually drawing on a reflection of themselves. This seems to be the case. Miller wasn’t finished there either. She continued to attack media outlets involving television news stations who were doing their journalistic job.

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Shamed. Miller makes speedy getaway in car.

Miller had received numerous requests to stand down and leave parliamentary office for her scandal. She defiantly refused. Leader of the country David Cameron, her party leader also, said that Miller “had paid back the money” and is continuing to now “get on” with her job and shamefully excused her behaviour with the notion that we should “draw a line under it” in reference to the scandalous corruption on offer. Miller paid back a measly £6,000 which is practically pocket money to her. If any other lower class citizen did such scandal they would be fired and leave on no income. Instead, Miller, who earns a whopping £65,000 increased by 11% to £75,000 per annum by 2015 as a sitting MP, which makes her a somewhat of a millionaire, remains in the job. On Thursday 3 March, she issued a hurried, thirty second apology on the advice of someone who told her to. Her insincere apology was not of her own accord. The following week on Tuesday 8 March she wrote another note of her antics in her local paper. Miller, who decided to write it in her local paper rather than in public to the world, attempted to gain more support from a writing piece and pocketed even more cash.

Sadistic welfare minister and failed Tory leadership candidate Iain Duncan Smith was grilled on the same day. He advised Miller was being “witchunted” and dodged the question about conning the system. Duncan Smith, who inherited his fortunes through his family, including two homes, is responsible for viciously removing poor people with no money, job prospects or employability skills including sick and Paralympic athletes unfairly from the pocket money benefit aiming to help support people getting back to work or healthy. They earn around £70 every two weeks. Politicians earn £65,000 rising to £77,000 a year, not including expenses claims.

If a welfare claimant is “decided” ‘fit to work’ by the unjustifiable measures to remove people from welfare to get numbers down and label them as workshy as David Cameron called them all “workers and the shirkers” when many are ill or poor, they will be sanctioned, removed from benefits for three years and possibly face a prison sentence under a case of fraud. Politicians, however, are allowed to get back on with the job and say no more with a ‘slap on the wrist’ tender talking to. And they say totalitarianism is dead.

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If Maria Miller had any self respect and humility she would step down, repay the thousands to millions owed and apologise properly on a nation TV stage with a sincere, and not pre-advised from PR friends choice in doing so. This will be the only way Miller may be able to ascertain any honour left in her disgraced run as Culture Secretary and an MP in general. She should stop attempting to blame the press for doing their job, something which Miller has failed to do herself. Trying to attack the press with further regulation would be a mistake and she should drop this. To make it clear, she should make a statement clarifying she will not be regulating the press and allow the Leveson Report to stand as the sole beneficiary to this ideal. If she continues to attack the press, this would be unwise. She will become exposed (through her own fault) of corruption. This is not a press being vengeful. This is their professional job and conduct to the sector respected. Why would she need to re-regulate it? It proves she has many more demons in her closet and could possibly be planning to claim on expenses once again without a second thought. She needs to take a step back and re-assess.

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There is no way dithering weed David Cameron will sack her. The only reason she kept her job was because she is the second only woman in the Conservative Party alongside Theresa May, which neither female minister has shone a light on a glorious and dignified run in the cabinet positions they have held since 2010. They further taint the female position of politician. By choosing not to sack her, Cameron, who does not want to appear weak and keep his best friends in the jobs with him to his little fan club, who also protect his policies, instead disgraces the political spectrum as shameful. In doing so Cameron and the Tories are once again a corrupt bunch of totalitarian rulers who disgrace the halls of Westminster and all the great Politicians before them. How on Earth did it get to this? The electorate, or people who vote as it is commonly called, further see this insulting and untrustworthy to Politicians who fiddle the figures to own self gain.

All in all, any attempt to hide a secret will only ever become bigger and more explosive when the truth eventually outs, as it always does. To hide such details will only prompt journalists to expose the truth. This is not a witchunt. This is a journalist’s job. And if you chose to clamp down on their professional job description, even further since original press regulation, not only are the ministers destroying the job a journalist can do, they are also breaking their own law. At this point it should be the courts who may have to intervene on the politicians and have them overruled for corruption and disruption to the professional sector of a job, in this case journalism. The same applies to all positions in working sectors. Not even a politician is allowed to change a job description or remove them from the public sphere because politicians are childish babies that do not like to hear anything bad about them when they put their feet out of line. No one is above the law and it is a journalist’s job first and foremost to hold all to account, including ruling elites. This is a further endorsement to the electorate that the Democratic nation of Great Britain has been constantly turned into a totalitarian United Kingdom under far right wing extremism with nationalism as its key function.

Written as of 8th March 2014.

 

UPDATE from 9 March 2014

On Wednesday, 9 March 2014, Maria Miller chose to resign of her own accord. David Cameron today disgraced the Houses of Parliament further by continually choosing to attack opposition leader Ed Miliband where Miliband said it was “his job to sack ministers” should they break the law. Cameron traded vicious spats of assault claiming Miliband, just like the rest of the British public were, “jumping on a political bandwagon” in order to blame Labour once more for all of the Conservative scandals. This is the government in place. A corrupt, self serving, abusive batch of friends who then excuse their behaviour as justified. Anyone else is vilified and disgraced instead.

Once again, ruling elites prove they can get away with fraudulent and criminal activity. The average commoner, would serve years imprisonment and never likely to receive a respectful job title ever again.

The UK public believe Cameron has handled the crisis badly by 2/3 in an itvnews poll supported by Comres research. It also proved the public trust politicians less at 49% tied with behaving badly.

Cameron continues to defiantly disagree and argue that Miller had done absolutely nothing wrong. Morally wrong, the Conservatives are seen as a party that abuses, fiddles the details for themselves and smears opposition where possible. Anything they disagree with is decided and no responsibility is taken. This is another shameful disgrace that tarnishes the greatness of this beautiful country which is a big player in democratic rights, formerly known from 2010 as Great Britain.

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As of 10 March 2014, Sajid Javid was ushered into the position of Culture Secretary amid Miller’s resignation. Javid is a ‘working class’ politician who worked his way up, sources say. Of Pakistani origin and former Economy Secretary once again the Tory party have been accused of playing favourites with Cameron’s personal choices of loyalty to him. A poster boy to try to connect with voters as ‘ordinary’ and involved in the economy, many believe this is simply bureaucratic quota reaching. Cameron pledged since 2010 he would have 40% of female ministers which has monumentally failed.  Many still believe Javid is, as everyone before him including Miller and the also scandal ridden, now Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, as unqualified for the position. The general election, in May 2015, is where the Tories are focusing on gaining a ‘working class vote’ to be re-elected after a failed majority in 2010.

Miller is still not being placed into the criminal justice system to face charges of fraud highlighting that politicians can break the law under Her Majesty’s ‘Secret State’. Simply put, she got away with it. You wouldn’t. She had two homes, two children and a husband, who is a solicitor.

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The Sun’s Bizarre end

Today is the day we mourn the death of The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column. In a truly bizarre move, the newspaper has rehired a new batch of showbiz wannabes. Two randoms who happen to be girls and smile awkwardly for a PR photo of profile raising with a terrible layout to mimic the new ‘head of showbiz’ glory hunter and cretinous hack Dan Wooton.

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After taking concepts and thought processes from this site, the founder, Rupert Murdoch has chosen to reward two unknown as well as his previous tragedy of Column Idol, where the contest, done in house and not advertised where the paper selects its own bias winner, has hit a brick wall. With no style, skill and to ‘get more women’ in the paper, male dominated, Bizarre proves to be a daft move in which Murdoch, who loves to steal details from this site and fail to reward, of which this writer would have made a glorious reputation for your failing tabloid, has given a greenlight to.

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A supporting cast also prop up the team with three other randoms. Previous head Gordon Smart was shifted to the Scottish Sun as Editor. Dan Wooton side-lined him as ‘head of showbiz.’ Many believe this decision is clearly also copying the infamous 3am girls. The two girls, who will be prone to copy and pasting to create their stories, have added little impact to the job. Their first spread featured a PR prone Cheryl Cole giving a thumbs up. One Direction wrote on pieces of paper to ensure good press with the girls. The girls shared a photo of themselves with bizarre favourite Rita Ora. Anything for a photo op and self-portrayal, aye? Ground-breaking journalism at its finest. Leader of the Conservative (Tory) Party, David Cameron controls all the newspapers in Britain except for two. Those in charge of are The Sun and Sun on Sunday, The Daily Star and Star on Sunday, Daily Express and Sunday Express, The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, The Times and Sunday Times, The Independent, Independent on Sunday and the i and the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph as well as the Financial Times.

Papers not included are The Mirror and Sunday Mirror and The Guardian and The Observer.

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The paper is said to be constantly “backwards” and “full of trash” to readers commenting anonymously. Journalism is truly dying a painful death. But it’s okay. Once the fourth estate journalism crumbles without my involvement in print, yet stolen stories all over the press in every paper, the fifth estate journalism will evolve, and I will be in the centre of it all. Only question is, how much shutting out abuse will cause you to be against us than with us? It’s up to you to continue to make the wrong decisions, or be a businessman. Good luck national Press. 

The defamation of a journalist

With the recent democratic free speech laws up in the air in Great Britain, politicians and security agents are now working together to defame journalism.

The case of David Miranda, partner of the journalist Glenn Greenwald, who revealed the Edward Snowden leaks in The Guardian newspaper, was detained under section 7 of the terrorism act as he was boarding a flight to his home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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‘Terrorist’ David Miranda

British government and the Home Office were said to have given the green light to arrest Mr. Miranda knowing full well he was not a terrorist. His crime? He had hold of some Snowden documents.

Great Britain, which is now using the only American excuse of “national security” to apprehend someone gave a “heads up” to NSA while David Cameron, who claimed we live in a Democracy, and Home Secretary Theresa May had no involvement they claim, but later revealed they were informed. Cameron, on his third holiday in recent months in Cornwall, gave the order, allegedly. Two GCHQ officials watched as media files where destroyed by the Guardian under an order from government and police.

Cameron was said to be –

  • David Cameron ‘kept abreast’ of detention of David Miranda, sources say
  • Theresa May briefed because police feared he carried ‘stolen information’
  • Brazilian was taken into custody by officials as he passed through Heathrow
  • U.S. President Barack Obama was also given ‘heads-up’ before he was taken
  • Scotland Yard said detention was ‘legally and procedurally sound’
  • The 28-year-old was held while on way home to Rio de Janeiro from Berlin
  • Mr Miranda is to launch a civil action over his detention
  • London agents took his drives, a computer – and even a video game
  • Guardian editor claims British agents entered newspaper’s London office

(SOURCE: usa.onlinenigeria.com)

So what does this do for the sector of Journalism?

The statement from arresting officials of Miranda, a freelance journalist, claimed he was doing journalistic work but not a journalist in order to defame him to send a message of fear to all journalists in line with the government.

Miranda was held for 9 hours under the Terrorism Act. Lord Falconer, former British lord chancellor who helped bring in the Terrorism Act 2000 has added “this was not what the law was intended for.”

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Home Secretary Theresa May

Every newspaper has a political agenda. All newspapers in Great Britain, except for the Guardian (Liberal) and the Daily Mirror (Labour) support the Conservative Party and carefully framework propaganda in their favour to win general elections.

David Cameron, Conservative, cannot control those two papers and therefore used regulation or law to clamp down and pressurise the reporting. Now, Cameron, who is trying to mimic Barack Obama, who is the most popular person in the world, hopes crawling to American agencies will help strengthen their bond.

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Britain is said to spy on American citizens and America spies on Britain and both feed the information back to one another as they cannot spy on each other.

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NSA is also said to be working with data collection from Google and Apple.

By using spying methods and fear to collect information has a damning effect on the business of journalism and classing someone as not a journalist because they are not at a working title is shameful. Defaming journo’s based on political ideology and agenda’s to win elections is just as corrupt as Robert Mugabe, the recent Egyptian uprising and the claims of Vladimir Putin fixing elections.

Without journalists to report on the real issues and secrets to allow politicians to craft laws to slam them down and hide their corruption is nowhere near a democracy and ever closer to a Fascist state. After the Snowden files were destroy by police, The Guardian newspaper was dictated not to report anymore stories that could “endanger lives under national security.” This should also tell us something sinister. Just how damning and intrusive was the spying carried out by NSA on worldwide nations.

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Currently, in a totalitarian state, filled with surveillance and political scandal, journalists are needed more than ever. The defaming of someone not at a working title is disgusting seeing as the politicians and industry make it very difficult to hire someone in the field because they need personal lapdogs to win elections with favourable stories and abuse of the opposition, which also cripples the notion of journalism.

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Politicians should be working in unison with journalists allowing them to report stories as is their job and will move the economy forward. Instead the image presented is a personal hitman in disguise, especially after police corruption was exposed, including stealing identities of dead children.

The Gestapo, Hitler’s personal army invaded ordinary citizens homes and premises in secret, at night to abuse, remove and contain secrets nearing the Second World War.

According to historian Rupert Butler, “From its creation in 1933 until its death in May 1945, anyone living in Nazi controlled territory lived in fear of a visit from the Gestapo…” (Source: WIkipedia)

Britain continues to remain broken and never independent.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2012: Week 6 Results

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Week 6 Results

Opening with a group dance with a tantalising Argentine Tango from Strictly powerhouses Vincent and Flavia, with three other indepenadnat ocouples showing strong criteria for the remaing couples in future, hosTess Daly delivered the crucial results.

Tess revealed the first batch of results of the couples safe and returning next week in “no particular order” guaranteed a place in next week’s show. Making it through were – Victoria and Brendan, Lisa and Robin, Louis and Flavia, Nicky and Karen and Denise and James.

The first couple in the dance off are – to be revealed shortly. Strictly changing the rules a little bit there.

After some humourous clips from Len’s Lens including Darcey Bussell on her mobile to a secret call revealed to be Vincent from his dance with Dani at the beginning playing her! What a shocker…  I thought she was ordering a pizza… Bruno felt she was a character from Star Trek.

Yeah, 1 Margherita, 1 Hawaiian, 2 Pepperoni, 1 Lemon Tang Ham and Pineapple for Craig and an Italian…

Hi Darcey, its me, Vincey.

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Classic violinist Andre Rieu played a stunning composition to a heartfelt dance piece as an interval period from the vote revelations took place.

Pure class, technique and musical wit added perfectly to the premise of the show. Artist in every right.

The next three couples were revealed who made it to next week’s supershow at Wembley stadium. The first couple facing the dance off was – Fern and Artem.

Fern’s feather duster flash!

Going through were – Dani and Vincent, Richard and Erin and Michael and Natalie. Meaning Kimberley and Pasha were in the bottom two in the first mass shock of the series.

I am not surprised Kimberley is in the bottom two. The reason may be down to one factor overall, performing such levels of ‘safe’ performance even though the steps were there and a routine, it didn’t jump off the page and was a little too ‘nice.’ She needed to take a risk in some aspect. This is future experience to draw on to your advantage, now.

The dance off

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Sparkly tights!

Fern took to the floor with a more empowered and go get ‘em attitude which gave another fun filled and sexy Salsa for the nation’s lovely. Would her time however finally part ways as everyone assumed? Nothing in Strictly is ever dead-cert.

Second time round Fern and Artie had a great dance with heightened sense of attack and passion. It was thrilling to watch.

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Performed again in the dance off with good glide and technique. Billed as “shouldn’t have been there” we can only think a too evangelic presentation can often halter the outlook with audience. It was a “nice” dance, and any self respecting journalist and speaker of linguistics understands that the word “nice” doesn’t actually mean anything.

Almost every journalist or random chatter uses the word “nice.” Now you may notice a change in habit for a more candescant scripture.

The Judges Vote

Craig opted to save in a “no-brainer” Kimberley and Pasha.

Darcey agreed and saved Kimberley and Pasha.

Bruno decided Kimberley and Pasha were the better couple “no offence” to the other pair.

Len agreed with the choice making 4-0 in Kimberley’s favour, sending Fern out of the competition.

We would have agreed also.

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He’s gone too…

She thanked partner Artem despite wayward reports of problems between the couple on the show backstage among the media stirred up. Britton ended stating – “This is the best party on the television, it’s the best programme in the world, and I’m thrilled to have been part of it,” she said upon hearing the judges’ verdict. “There have been highs and lows, we’ve got to know each other pretty well, and I do adore you.”

Artem thanked her on the floor as they took their last dance as an adoring Strictly family of couple and contestants embraced them goodbye. A true lady with grace, dignity and passion, her drive can only be commended. She’ll be missed.

Who will be the shirtless desired now, then? Well, there always James Jordan and Robin Windsor to duke it out,  isn’t there…

London 2012, Day 9 Results

London 2012, Day 9:

Ailing to ascension

Ben Ainslie silenced his previous opponents from Denmark and Netherlands swishing past to first capturing the gold medal on offer, in the Sailing Finn event. Jonas Hogh-Christensen bagged silver for Denmark as Jonathan Lobert C’est finn-y(ed) for France earning bronze.

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Andy Murray managed to knock off Roger Federer at the Wimbledon grounds today in the finals to raise the gold medal in tennis for Team GB. Federer took silver.

Someone came third, but no one seemed to care, media wise. Argentina won, in case you were wondering.

Murray had roughly thirty mins or more to rest before double duty, in the mixed doubles with Robson against Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi of Belarus. Murray and Robson lost and took silver, as their opponents held gold.

Serena and Venus reunited to win gold and dominate the Olympics once more.

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Woh! Long legs!

Back at the Gym events the Pommel Horse finals were scheduled, seeing Louis Smith tie in first place with 16.066. Smith was denied gold but claimed silver instead due to execution scores being slightly lower than rival Krizstian Berki. Max Whitlock, 19, also took bronze for Britian in another sterling display on the apparatus.

Duchess of Cambridge was in attendance to support one and all

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Zou Kai flew to first for China in the ground work, as Kochei Uchimura romped home with another medal, this time with silver for Japan. Denis Ablyazin of Russia proved a force once again, claiming the bronze.

Women’s Boxing Natasha Jonas, 28, defeated prominent ‘Queen’ Underwood of Team USA to pass quarter final stages, after Women’s Boxing was non-existent until now for Britain, adding a touch of equality already causing healthy debate.

My niche field of sports journalism, one not many can cover at all, Wrestling (see below for event details) began today. Looking for tickets well before and leading up to the games were over expensive at near £300 for a “rubbish seat” two days ago, the 48 hour scheme in place, offered no tickets and yet, on the day, numerous seats were empty. Even the media space was highly abandoned, with minimal international reporters. I pray for the rest of the week being a dismal turnout of despair, as it will be.

Awash with more empty seats, yet website continues to say sold out time again

The majority of the crowd, who gained discounted tickets at the last minute, weren’t even interested nor care for the sport. The process is flawed, and a mass disgrace to the sport and the officials in charge. Surely it makes credible sense to enforce not only a Brit, but someone with that eye to be there to report or experience to encourage others who have no knowledge of the sport.

Great Britain have shambolically entered ONE wrestler, and a female only. Need I say any more?

It is also interesting to see the BBC and The Sun tabloid newspaper loot numerous sayings or wording from the writer, whilst being unable to offer an opportunity, nor exposure from this worldwide outreach to promote the games on this platform. I’m still available for hire. Is it that difficult for the BBC, when they constantly feed my script to their presenters? Hmmm.

If a journalist needs to loot from someone else for free, then the journalism is proof alone that they have no integrity to reporting nor dignity.

Athletics

U(in)sain Bolt blitzes own record once more, Keep Up!

Usain Bolt blitzed his own record in the 100m. The Jamaican sprinter added 9.63 to his repertoire as the newest record break his own previously held as Yohan Blake from Jamaica also joined his at 9.75 to earn silver in a comfortable second.

Bolt even won a gold mascot trophy too!

Oscar Pistorius’s took to the stadium despite his amputeed setback. Not wishing to be classed as an exception, Oscar strode out in his carbon fibre in a hearty effort, respected by all.

Marathon

Tipping the velvet

Tiki Gelana, 24, of Ethiopia won gold at the marathon, whilst breaking a world record in addition. She crossed the line down London’s Pall Mall strip in 2(hours).23.07 followed by Kenya’s Priscah Jeptoo and Russian Tatyana Petrova Arkhipova to all earn the three top medals in play. Brit Paula Radcliffe abdicated her position days beforehand due to unfortunate injury.

Omnislash

Lasse Norman Hansen of Denmark rode to gold with 27 points in the velodrome above Bryan Coquard on 29 and Edward Clancy at 30 points. Clancy of GB brought back a bronze as France claimed silver in a sturdy attempt at the Omnium cycle.

Women’s Handball

France, Spain Brazil, Korea and Croatia kept their eyes on the ball advancing forward in the games. Montenegro and Russia drew their match and therefore both advance. Croatia crushed GB.

Volleyball

Brazil, US, China, Russia, Dominican Republic and Japan (who dropped Great Britian) have headed on to the next day of competition.

Beach Volleyball

Brazil, the US (with two sets of teams) and China advance to the next event after quarterfinals.

Women’s waterpolo finished its quarterfinals as Spain defeated GB as they join the United States, Australia and Hungary further on in the completion.

Men’s Hockey proves ever fruitful as GB have impressed beyond initial doubts as strong opponents where Spain, Netherlands, Korea, Pakistan and Australia, who Great Britain drew with all ascend.

Wrestling, Greco-Roman

Roman Vlasov defeated Arsen Julfalakyan of Armenia to earn Russia the gold in the Men’s 74kg Greco-Roman bout, after tension from Christophe Guenot, whom almost secluded him in the final seconds of the match up, which Vlasov evaded swiftly to secure the next round. The 21 year old sprang across with a flexible somersault, saluting the raucous crowd atop his trainer’s shoulders. Speaking of his outing in London he stated – “I still can’t quite believe it, “It’s just wonderful.”

Five time world champion, Hamid Soryan Reihanpour hailing from Iran stormed to the 55kg with a victory over Rovshan Bayramov, who seemed impressive in early stages for Azerbaijan to lift the gold.

Greco-Roman consists of competitors using only their upper body and arms in order to gain victory over their adversary.

London 2012, Day 7 Results

London 2012, Day 7 Results:

Swishing competition away

Men’s Cycling Team Pursuit sped forward as Great Britian bested Denmark to qualify, before the Brit boys continued forth to gain the gold medals in another tantalising race in the velodrome.

Geraint Thomas, Peter Kennaugh, Ed Clancy and Steven Burke romped home with clean interlocking changes, set a new world record at a swift 3.51.659

Jake Humphrey of BBC Sport announcing claimed the cycling team would probably hear a crowd noise from Manchester, whilst in London. They didn’t.

He would go on to add, a “remarkable, special moment” aren’t they the exact same meaning?

Golden Boys

Australia lost a man along the way, and ended with silver in a challenging effort.

New Zealand entered in third for bronze.

The boys put on an expert race.

JH – “Chris Hoy crowned our greatest Olympian.” Hoy at six medals is behind Bradley Wiggins, who accumulated seven before the cycling, earlier in the week.

Female Team Pursuit

The Women’s team pursuit claimed another line from Mr.Humphrey “you grew up with this kind of thing” he uttered to Mark Cavendish, who used to do this “thing” we call cycling/sport.

Vickie Peddle-ton

After dismay one day prior, Victoria Pendleton rode home to grab the gold also. Someone get her a golden V-plate!

Golden V-Plate!

China’s silver medalist Guo Shuang and Hong Kong’s bronze medalist Lee Wai Sze also made the podium.

Viewers complaining, prompting a demotion or depletion of Humphrey’s character in prominence on BBC Sport was asked.

Giving viewers the hump.

Men’s Hockey played out with GB beating Pakistan at the riverbank arena to continue to the next round. The atmosphere was relaxed and communal with a band of drummers and trumpeteers enthusing the crowd with renditions of Rule Britiannia and I love you baby.

Brit Jocks jack pucks!

Men’s Trampoline had China win gold with Dong Dong and Lu Chun Long taking a bronze as Russian Dmitry Ushakov took silver. All where gentlemanly sports. Dong even signed an autograph for a fan after dropping a programme magazine and pen, from above, before leaving to the side entry.

Dong Dong merrily on high…

After Badminton’s awkward underline two days ago, mixed doubles saw China take on China. One of the South Korean’s involved in the hubbabaloo beforehand was said to be retiring from the sport as a result.

Judo jousters

Karina Bryant nabbed bronze in the +78 kg classification, after losing to Sugimoto. Idalys Ortiz of Cuba took a monumental gold for her nation.

Teddy Riner of France obtained a gold medal in the event for the +100kg final.

Ricardo Blas, at a beefy 35 stone, put Guam on the map for Judo with an impressive outing before leaving the completion in defeat.

Take the label off that drink, Woh-Oh-Oh-a-Ohhh!

President Vladimir Putin, who previously popped in for a chat with Dave Cam in number 10, discussing Syria briefly, both watched on in attendance, filling a few more empty seats. He had celebrated Tagir Khaibulaev’s judo-ific win on Thursday.

Alan Campbell raced to an excruciating exertion though secured a bronze for Team GB in a pleasing effort. in the single sculls.

4 man 1500m quads gave Germany a gold as Croatia landed second. Australia rowed into third to catch a bronze in another sensational rowing bonanza.

Christopher Morgan, Karsten Forsterling, James McRae, Daniel Noonan.

Argentina lost out to Roger Federer in Tennis at the Wimbledon grounds over a 4h 26m duel on the grass court.

Roger was fed to Murray once more as both clash for the final in a Wimbledon replay, this time for Olympic gold. R-Fed downed Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina as Murray mashed Djokovic.

Racket Rogue Roge

Murray with his Team GB sweatbands on, till he threw them in the crowd.

Boxing

Andrew Selby and Freddie Evans of GB both advanced into the quaterfinals.

Men’s 50m freestyle gained a new perspective when Florent Manaudau of France clocked 21.34 over Cullen Jones and Brazilian Cesar Cielo to mass delight, where he splashed the water and wet the guy above the pool’s trousers! Manaudau is already being hailed as the new force of swimming to ascend by the media.

Goin’ with the Flo

Flo Rida, to gold

Women’s 50m Freestyle also saw the semi’s go on, with Ranomi Kromowidjojo take time of 24.07 going forward to finals. Brit’s Fran Halsall and Amy Smith raced too, though only Halsall advanced, as Smith narrowly missed out. Belarus also took Aliaksandra Hersimenia through.

Sploosh! She done it again!

Rowing rapture

Men’s double sculls 

After ending near every race in first to qualify in all heats, Will Satch and George Nash, both 22, landed victory in a groundbreaking win for the talented pair as the ones to beat, with a worthy bronze medal.

Joseph Sullivan and Nathan Cohen took gold for New Zealand.

We were all on Satch-watch!

The New Zewi’s win gold.

Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins steered to success in the Women’s double sculls. Supporting one another perfectly, another batch of electric crowds roared generously, willingly them to cross the line for country as well as themselves.

This is what needs fixing in the country to build a sustainable nation to greatness once more, as what Britain is, yet slightly defragmented with society at large. Sport has proven to bring the country closer together, a testament to reform the nation positively. Government need to implement ways to re-integrate society through social standing and not dividing the nation. To do that, we need incentives, programmes and motivation to encourage a future, helping people gain work as a starting point of that rather than forcing them into things as a dominance, sport adds with this relevance.

Ben Ainslie’s rivals made him angry and he said he would make them pay. Ainslie could be on course for a medal, in the Sailing events after finishing fruitfully to lead into a strong start for silver in the Finn event.

Swimming  Sensations!

Backstroke 200m

Missy done good

Seventeen year old Missy Franklin took the water by storm, sheering off competition to claim a new world record at 2.04.06. She took it way over the WR lining. Excellent work.

Elizabeth Simmonds of GB held her own, competently in second for most of the time, until final legs saw her hold a sustainable fourth place. Anastasia Zueva and Elizabeth Beisel held the top two positions after first.

Butterfly 100m

Paragon Phelps

The butterfly ended with the paragon of the pool Michael Phelps who leaves his last individual race of the games with a time of 51.21 putting him in first place for gold once more. Phelps now bests his medal count of twenty yesterday to twenty-one today, including seventeen gold’s overall. Extraordinary.

Le Clos, with a picturesq outline

Chad Le Clos again proved profitable, however ripples sent as he and Russian Evgeny Korotyshkin both tied for silver in a dramatic race all round, at 51.44. All were closely tailing one another in a tense swim.

Women’s 800m

Fear the unknown. Ledecky lavishes gold.

Hometown hero Rebecca Adlington took her esteemed race notoriety respectably though fell at the final stretch in a gruelling swim earning a bronze medal for her hearty efforts. Mireia Belamonte-Garcia of Spain played possum until powering through to silver.

15, 21 and 23. Youth proving profitable for swimming.

The shockwaves came from the unknown contender Katie Ledecky. The fifteen year old American astonished the race, and proved to be a ground-breaking star up and coming for Olympic swimming in a well-deserved debut outing. She would take our Goggle Guru award today. Exceptional.

Rebecca Adlington had high expectation placed on her shoulders, enforced by the media and them alone, where Adlington also expressed it was too much, even though doing so with grace and intent. As Adlington further expressed, winning bronze is no easy feat and is no embarrassment against extreme competition, aswell as comprising the sport itself valuably.

The only way is Ennis!

Jessica Ennis started athletics today at the Olympic stadium in East London, with events in shotput, hurdles, 200m sprint and women’s bar.

In heat five, Ennis, in lane seven, crossed the line as Dafne Schippers of Netherlands, lane two, powered through, with a time of 22.83, which became a tie for both. Both crossed in first place in extraordinary scenes. Katerina Johnson-Thompson for Team GB also raced to 23.73 at just 19 years of age.

Upon our results postings, the BBC said it was “impossible to cover everything” after seeing us give results to the Olympics for a worldwide audience as well as cover the “minor sports” unrecognised/neglected. Now, the Beeb have chosen to mention words written by this writer in glorious animation and now placed onto their agenda to cover all the sports available.

Only when I do it, eh?

Another interesting notion to mention, that the BBC, the official and only Olympic broadcaster in the country opened up a staggering twenty-four Olympic TV channels to cover all the sports, which initially stated they couldn’t “cover everything.”

Forgive me for being professional.

They even had The Times journalist Alyson Rudd on the show, even answering a question from a fourteen year old stating he “wanted to be a journalist.” Journalism takes years to ‘do’ and isn’t just about writing a few words. It is as fierce, if not fiercer than sport to get into. Journalism is a stubborn market that will only tend to accept those who look good on paper than those with artistic flair.

The country and the profession should be looking toward those who work their back hinds off, with immense passion and dedication to the industry who can provide tenfold than some already taking their so called ‘jobs’ for granted and abusing their ‘ethical’ rights, which causes a mass mockery of the industry and has forced journalism to become the shoddy outlook it receives today. You should look to freelance before choosing random people who are ‘interested’ or ‘fancy a go’ before choosing to be bored and then move on afterwards.

Choose commitment, first and foremost.

Only then, will we enforce social mobility so that youth can be thrust into the educational system to develop and work towards a goal. Increase those who have it today, in late twenties, and then early teens will be able to fill the void afterwards, obviously. There are still 50-60 working years left in a late 20 year old, according to the government, so how do you get them moving when you hold them back?

We would welcome a response, should you be able to find a valid solution. Think about it before answering, please.

London 2012, Day 6 Results

London 2012, Day 6:

Kay-ak Kingdom,

Britannia rule the waves!

Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott win gold

Paddle power in doubles Canoe Slalom flung Great Britain into first place to gain a gold medal in the C2 kayaking collision. Baillie and Stott took the honours whilst seeing off strong competition from… Great Britain! Britain won both gold and silver in the event with David Florence and Essex native Richard Hounslow take second. Slovakian twins Pavol and Peter Hochschorner received bronze.

Team GB have started their ascension to medal ownership, with a gold in the shooting events. Twenty five year old Peter Wilson shot 188 marks earning the golden medal. Swede Hakan Dahlby was overjoyed with silver at 186 points, Russia and Kuwait participated in pistols at not so near dawn, in a shoot off to claim the bronze bonanza, both tied at 185. The youthful Brit, with pin point accuracy, was greeted by his father afterwards in a mass celebration of passion.

Judo witnessed Gemma Gibbons successfully fell competition from France, by an Ippon manoeuvre in a respected outing by both in the 78kg weighting. Gibbons advanced to the next stage, unsuccessful to Kayla Harrison of Team USA, who hadn’t received medal honours for Judo for some time until today. Both overcame strong personal obstacles to lift gold and Gibbons with silver in a tremendous tussle at London’s Excel centre.

Gemma said the supportive crowd “were phenominal” and the event allowed her to “excced own expectation” while devoting the win to her mother as inspiration. Raising awareness for the sport and twelve years in the waiting proved a mother’s pride as well as the nation’s. Boyfriend Euan Burton, who sailed out yesterday congratulated Gemma, as did all of Great Britian.

Gemma’s silver

Altering the landscape, Gibbons is definitely proof how a real young female can shape as role models for sporting events, while motivating others in the process.

Kayla crunched Gold

4 man rowing followed from yesterday’s eventful successes, in the lightweight vessel, carrying South Africa to a gold medal in a valiant sweep of the sculls.

GB ended in second adding another silver to the proud nation in an exhaustive yet thrilling portrayal of passion. Denmark held bronze as the third team to cross the line.

Boxing

Anthony Ogogo sparred with Ukraine’s number 1 Ievgen Khytrov, in the 75kg tournament at round sixteen to advance onwards.

Get on your bikes and ride!

It was all off to the Velodrome for some hypnotic swirlism on bicycles. Shaky starts began for Team GB’s Men’s sprint as one sadly stumbled to begin with, though British heart.

The relay team of Hinde, Kenny and Hoy handled the v-dome with precise speed swishing round to earn gold once more in a mass rise for Team GB’s golden pot. Great Britain own fifth place in the medals rankings currently.

Cycle supremo Sir Chris Hoy levels Sir Steve Redgrave in medal standings at six a piece, one behind Bradley Wiggins seventh earned yesterday.

It was, however terrible news for the females. Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish were disqualified from competition early on as problems with cross overs arose. Pendleton explained that sometimes sport can serve too “eager” at the home crowds, and not necessarily either’s fault generally. Pendleton will have individual races upcoming at London, though Varnish will have to wait till Rio in Brazil to contest.

The female Chinese team were dismayed at the final gridlock, riding to second, sparking fury as a mistake caused relegation, where Germany topped the podium with gold. South Africa took bronze. One of the Chinese team were rightly upset, however eventually took some time to re-compose her will. Complaints as to why China received medal honours but Team GB were relegated from competition were slightly confusing yet clarified briefly. View as a roughly a round robin tournament style. They lost their round of two countries battling, therefore were relegated, which meant they lost to the opposing team. In knockout stages, that means GB would not advance. China were in a position of deciding first and second. Hopefully this clarifies further.

GB’s dish of the day Mark Caven(dish) joined the Olympic announce team, where presenter Jake Humphrey earned the quote of the day, – “Super slow speed” in reference to slowing down the replay. Can anyone ever attain slow speed? Is speed not fast, as well as super? Only a thought.

Our Cav!

You spin me right round…

Stickler for rules, if you break them, whether misfortunate or not, you must abide by them. That is what makes us human, and also owners of a proud and British heart. You fall off your bike, you get back on, (proverbially.) Such is the heart of Great Britain. It was unfortunate.

Unfortunate events late last night saw an unfortunate member of the public killed by a shuttle bus carrying international journalists, as the games would not have wanted this to be as widespread as possible. Every journalist should strive to deliver the vehicle of news, just a shame he had to die to deliver it. Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Daniel Harris, 28, who had received blame for not wearing a helmet.

It is easy to blame the deceased, they cannot answer. In order for a fair press, addressing issues causing it should be discussed not the individual’s unfortunate mishap. The bus driver also comes into question. So much for the G4S security measures.

Campaigning for safer bikers on streets, wear ya helmets!

The upsetting death has initiated a helmet wearing debate, which cyclist winner Bradley Wiggins urged fellow bike riders to put on a helmet for extra protection. The media misinterpreted Wiggins as asking for the helmet to become law. Wiggins is asking to raise awareness of safety.

David Cameron, who also joined royals Wills, Kate and Harry at the velodrome later on called it a “difficult situation.”

It was a good larff, wasn’t it?

London Mayor Boris Johnson, speaking with a helmet on, promoting London’s ‘Oyster’ card service, said “evidence is mixed” before cheerfully dismissing himself and riding off.

(Unofficial) Sir Boris of Johnson

Have you ever seen the roads in central London. As a pedestrian I have almost been knocked over by cyclists through no fault of my own, and some even jump red lights. (We may debate this after the Olympic’s fully.)

Dipping elsewhere…

Soni’s Swan Song

200m Women’s Breaststroke finals commenced, seeing Team USA’s Rebecca Soni enter first setting a new world record at 2.19.59 in an impressive defence of her own title. Satomi Suzuki of Japan and Iuliia Efimova of Russia secure second and third places. Not Soni’s last by a long shot.

200m Men’s Backstroke gave mass upset to Ryan Lochte as favourite, where Tyler Clary of America overtook in an un-intimidated run down the pool to lift himself a gold medal knocking off one notable competitor. Shockwaves continued as Ryosuke Irie swept past to claim the silver medal, leaving Lochte at third with Bronze. Clary also set an Olympic record in the process, at 1.53.41. We had a feeling of Clary in our mind, as we pick one non-mainstream name whilst watching, and saw something in Clary. Great job.

Almost made goggles of the day…

BBC presenter Clare Balding said it was “not about where you finish, it’s about time that you set” Thank you CB 🙂 The goggle bear was also there with Mark Foster and aussie fave Ian Thorpe, until Thorpie tried to knock him into the water! Tut Tut! 🙂

Goggled lion!

Women’s backstroke began with semi-finals as Elizabeth Beisel and Missy Franklin duked it out in the heats both for Team USA with Beisel tipping the time at 2.06.18 to Franklin’s 2.06.84.  Both proceed to the finals. Franklin’s pink goggles pleased us. It’s the goggles, trust me…

Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe came back from hardship of knee injury and pneumonia in March and May this year to prove a strong Olympian contender in her comeback.

Men’s 50m Freestyle Semis were also underway. Cullen Jones was a pick that sure enough drove home a 21.54 race, while Fratus of Brazil won the second heat.

Markus Deibler was next in line for the 200m Individual medley, as Chad Le Clos relinquished his place to concentrate on another race. Nothing wrong with realising what’s more important/where strengths lie further in.

Cool necklace, got anymore?

James Goddard qualified yesterday among keystone Michael Phelps and stalwart Lochte. Lochte proved a gentile sportsman after paragon Phelps made monumental history at the games, with a triple crown of his own, claiming his twentieth golden medal following from Athens, Beijing and now in London. Rigorous training paid off once more, at the most crucial point for the now new G20! He even had President Barack Obama (allegedly) on hold in a telephone call for congratulations. Epic feat. They had the green boots on…

Hey Michael, Barack here…

Phelps is most certainly the golden goggle guru.

The Golden Goggles!

He clocked 1.54.27. Lochte took silver as Hungary’s Cesh held Bronze.

Just as Team GB dominated the games earlier, Phelps plucked a turkey!

Women’s 100m freestyle saw Great Dane Ranomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands rip through the water to wrest gold from competitors at 53.00 exactly, forcing a new Olympic record in the process.

Ranomi gold

Aliaksandra Herasimenia (Belarus) and Yi Tang (China) took silver and bronze, respectively. Brit Fran Halsall fought well with high calibre’s of competition in a sturdy effort, finishing 6th.

Men’s 100m butterfly Semi-finals saw Chad Le Clos devote his time to the event, entering a 51.42 just above Tyler McGill at 51.61. Milorad Cavic had 51.66 in third returning from a back injury for Serbia. Michael Phelps set his at 50.86.

Concerts took place down Hyde Park and the like afterwards, where most residents were unaware of, once more not attending, which features the popular singer Alexandra Burke.

London 2012, Day 5

London 2012, Day 5:

Driving for success

The day began early on with a raucous display of British history where Heather Stanning and Helen Glover became the first gold medallists for Great Britian and the first females in the Rowing Pair’s category.

The country was elated for both girls bringing back the proverbial bacon to Team GB.

We wouldn’t be outdone yet, where the Men’s 8 boats saw Britain lose gold and silver swiftly, to Germany and Canada who both claimed gold and silver, leaving Britain with a still respectable bronze medal.

Germany Celebrate win, later one went into the water.

Off to the Hampton’s. Hampton Court Palace saw the Men’s individual time trial Cycling events fly around the sites of Britain, with tour de France winner, Bradley Wiggins zoom around the course bagging  the gold medal rocking his golden sideburns.

‘Sir’ Bradley Wiggins commeth, perhaps? Wiggo is now Britain’s “most decorated British Olympian” the BBC coverage expressed. Can’t you say something else? It’s already been said.

Wiggo proved exceptional for Britain as its top ranking medallist, holding 7, toppling Sir Steve Redgrave, on 6, and fellow cycler Sir Chris Hoy. Wiggins hold 4 gold medals.

Chris Froome also bagged the bronze medal in the same race for Team GB. Germany rode in second in a competent effort.

More water babies came forth, proving intense competition.

Chad Le Clos qualified in the second semi of the 200m Individual Medley with Hungary’s Laszto Cesh with 1.56.74. He filled in eighth place to qualify, causing slight speculation. Remember, you don’t have to win, just qualify. Perhaps he’s keeping his poker face close to hand.

James Goddard (GB) also joined the race coming in third in the first semi, behind powermongers Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps. Lochte’s green sneakers are his lucky charms. Also gotta love the fashion sense. Lochte added colour to the challenge, with a 1.56.13 to Phelps 1.57.49 causing more ripples to their friendly rivalry.

Olympic Record was set once more by Team USA in a remarkable 4 x 200m Freestyle relay for the Women. Italy gave a funky swivel wave in a fun filled challenge. Allison Schmitt brought it home as last in pool ‘runner’ in a romper stomper at 7.42.92. She even sparkled with her earrings on once again, way to go. Australia and France entered silver and bronze standings.

200m Breaststroke Final claimed Team GB another medal, this time in silver as Michael Jamieson entered a 2.07.43 swim in a proud moment after Daniel Gyurta charged home with 2.07.28 giving Hungary a gold medal. Tateishi of Japan entered third.

He Gyurta Gold!

Randmi Kromowidjojo set an Olympic record in the Women’s 100m freestyle semi’s.

Backstroke semi’s began, where BBC commentators mentioned Goggles. Hmm, have they been reading up here? We don’t mind Clare Balding and Foster’s having a mascot with glaring goggles. BBC could get me in if they wanted. 🙂 One loves the smell of Chlorine.

Lochte maintained first place, also the previous record holder in this event, set in 2008,  as Tyler Clary also qualified for Team USA.

What Goggles do you wear Mr.Lochte? Readers wish to know.

200m Women’s butterfly saw Liu Yang Jaio of China claim the gold and an Olympic Record at 2.04.06 at the tender age of 20. Belamonte- Garcia of Spain took silver while Hoshi of Japan claimed third.

Men’s 100m saw goggle guru James Magnussen of Australia narrowly miss out on first place by a touch of the pool. Nathan Adrian of Team USA clocked 47.52. Magus clocked 47.53. Canada came in third.

Is still our Google Guru

Taking nothing away from Adrian, who proved a player and charismatic young force in the race put his rivals on notice. Magnussen also entered an enthusiastic swim.

Gymnastics

Back to the single men’s Gym events, where many young diehards attempted to taste success. Ukraine’s Mykola Kuksenkov gave some clean and valuable flip double twists, whilst John Orozco of America sailed out early on as contender due to a stumble.

Team mate Danell Leyva put on an excellent display alongside both Japanese gymnasts.

Twinkle toes!

Great Britain’s own Kristian Thomas and Daniel Purvis held credible outings at the games, where Thomas, as previously stated from his performances on Day 2 in the team event, was the standout force. On pommel horse, Thomas’ double swivel criss cross and Gymnastic floor mat work was exceptional. It was highly clear that Thomas was marked down in the competition, making a farce of the judging committee, which games officials may wish to look into.

Perhaps their feeling that Thomas is too muscular for the event, which prefers slimmer toned atypical framed ‘models’ which should be no excuse.

It is not bias. I would mention it for anyone from any country. Look at the crowds, we cheer for every nation for sporting greatness, as done with dignity, respect and honour of the games.

Marcel Nguyen, of Germany entered graceful and delightful springs in the gymnastic arena and shocked everyone to enter second in a fluid victory.

Third fell to Danell Leyva for Team USA, while first was claimed by Kohei Uchimura for Japan, claiming excellent 15’s across the board.

Thomas entered in seventh place, which really should have been higher for his exceptional work on all apparatus involved.

Thomas, had a slight fall on the vault, yet gained a HIGHER score for falling than his other work which had no falls, was fluid work and held professional poise. How is that valid in marking process?

Further controversy filled the day.

Badminton revealed China and Korea being disqualified after abusing the game. Women’s doubles saw both teams serve the shuttlecock into the net in a clearly weak display of game fixing esq qualities. Both teams attempted to throw the game because they would go on to play easier/different opponents in future stages of the competition.

South Korea against Indonesia saw similar, though both only served four runs each before failing the points. Both these teams already qualified, so losing would gain them a better drawing in opponents so they wouldn’t play one another again.

Referee gets involved

Lord Seb Coe called the scenes he witnessed live from the arena as “depressing” and “unacceptable.”

The shame of Badminton, some asked what they had technically done wrong, as there are no concrete rules in place to stop this play occurring. The rules are flawed.

Britain’s 2012 games continued to be defined by empty seats once again. Organisers stated this would not be a problem.

Here is the solution –

The “accredited” seats, given to sponsors, media and the like, who aren’t there, should be given to others.

Previously we suggested on Day 1 Results that organisers should give the space for media and allsorts to young aspiring journalists, photographers and digital media people, including bloggers, as well as this writer.

With a government completely out of touch with the country, should help support its country in order to gain experience, (seeing as those experienced aren’t appearing) to drive forward professionalism, and increase social mobility.

Getting a skilled profession with no experience is not available. If you apply you have “no experience,” therefore no one is inclined, nor has the enthusiasm to look for work, while others are just unable to gain employment after the games end. Giving this opportunity adds experience and gets them off of benefits. Not giving this keeps them on benefits. There are no apprenticeships or internships out there. Bloggers don’t earn money. Photographers and writers barely scrape through or have to only add it to a ‘portfolio.’

Teachers, students and army troops were said to be comprising the seats. On Day 5 Mayor Boris Johnson touted college/school kids with free tickets. The handful of kids sat at the games. A minor ten or so doesn’t fill an empty stadium.

The government think that the young kids are ways forward. While there is nothing wrong with them getting the chance to see the games, after they do so they will not be fully inspired to do something, and go back to school/college to learn and aren’t making the country economically move forward.

The late twenties and early thirties are the one’s government need to secure and mould back into society and the economical structure by giving them helpful experience and re-motivating their passion. With a government telling us that this age group are the ones that have 50-60 extra working years in them, surely the answer is to provide for the young professionals of tomorrow, today?

They will continually be on the dole forever because there are no options available to them. It is that simple.

The governments stubborn approach as to who “should get them” and refusing people because they offer an outspoken stance to help the country is a backward transgression that demoralises the UK overall with no faith in the politicians running our country. That’s how they feel.

London has taken a massive hit since the games. Like a “ghost town” London 2012 was supposed to increase spending, though many feel the overpriced tickets, dining at McDonalds nearby and being on a tight budget or benefits cannot allow them to support their purse expenditure.

London in 2012

The media space is not covered by media promised to be there. Add in bloggers, writers, photographers and others to lead the charge. I’m also available, and ready to write. (I can be contacted on Twitter.)

Digital media is the media that is taking over. It’s time to recognise and move with the times. Do you really think newspapers are going to exist in fifty years’ time?

Help your country and they will provide for you, therefore re-building social mobility and economical stature. Don’t delay, start today!

David Cameron’s discord on Housing Benefits

It’s all change again this week.

David Cameron blasts Jimmy Carr’s tax avoidance as “morally wrong”, while Mr. Cameron shortly after, chosen to sensationally cut Housing Benefit for under 25 year old residents of the UK.

Feeling these ‘kids’ had it too easy, and were claiming off the welfare system to have a better life, cutting these benefits, in Cameron’s mind was a choice that many, including modern day over 25s, who work would support the choice. The majority I have witnessed have not shared that view.

Apologetic Comedian Jimmy Carr publicly holds his hands up and takes responsibility for his blunder.

At 28 myself, never having a pot to hold, stuck on the welfare system, though I have been committed and trying all my life, even when I was under 25, and deemed another number in Cameron’s “Big Society”,  the question has to be asked, how many will suffer as a consequence of this action.

Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, with a grave warning to Cameron’s “Big Society”

Aiming to re-establish a society of working people, in our young as well as middle aged, elderly and all in between, Cameron doesn’t realise he has actually opened those floodgates which will destroy the morality of the country.

Crime rates, burglaries of people’s homes or the outside goods, gang culture, political unrest and to top it all, young people struggling with bills and the cost of living, without the aid of the benefits, will consider and indeed, some, will commit suicide. No-one wants to say that out loud, do they? We can’t mention this, but the fact is, sweeping it under the carpet doesn’t eliminate the problem does it?

For those who don’t take their lives, which I implore no one to consider doing, most people cannot live with their parents as many are disowned, come from turbulent families torn apart or in warzones, or have parents who are deceased.

Sending them “back to their parents” doesn’t solve the solution, it creates dissolution. Plus, it doesn’t create independence, does it? Which then highlights the extreme mass flaws of the subject at hand, because, instead of relying on the state, they then rely on their parents (because they have no choice), which them ill prepares them for life in general.

How is anyone able to move forward, when you people back?

Get a job, Cameron says. Here’s an idea. Create Jobs! Maybe then people will apply. The reason people don’t work, and want to, is because, ‘Jobs’ (which are not ‘Careers’) are only in Retail, or Administration sectors. Some are now in building. Most are in trades or specialist lines of work. Specialist help, funding, and apprenticeships don’t exist in mass quantities.

Placed in any PR/Marketing/Advertising/Journalist/Writer/Editorial role myself, I could contribute to the community and the commercial economy fruitfully. The stubborn attitude, dominated by Upper class, nose snorting, sneering disgust at a “commoner” taking a qualified role in a ‘traditional gentleman’s ruled job’ which has now been distorted by the media mogul bearers who have severe dysfunctional ideologies surround who, what and how the position should ‘look’ than be built on talent, economical standard and professionalism.

Westminster’s snobbery has poured into London, and widely plaguing the country at the same time with its sheer ignorance to ruining a democracy which is dictated by random suits, billing themselves as the country’s saviours.

The country should be comprised of 30+ males and females, distorted from reality, creating an alternate one, where we all have 2 or 3 lovely children, have flowers in pot plants on the side table, and all sit at the dinner table from 1950 to share a home cooked meal by Betty Crocker.

How can society move forward, if it continues to live in the past?

Congratulations Dave, you have secured yourself for the next election. Enjoy your surroundings in No.10 Downing Street. You have successfully handed the government to Labour for next however many years. What job could David Cameron do once leaving the commons to become a “Commoner?” The David Cameron show!

“You’re Worthless, You’re disgusting, Get a job!!”

Cameron, who makes a law and forces it as a demand, than a decision, without considering that this will make the  country evermore disjointed from reality, then drives them further away from connection in society. Communities or people don’t stick together, they attack one another in order to survive, all thanks to your cutting of benefit without understand the severe repercussions that tear the country apart.

David Cameron, two months ago, was all smiles in a country pub, with his wife and children. Family man, husband, father. Casting away Politician, to leave a family life in a peacefully retreat full of publicity stunted cameras, wide spread on newspapers, shortly left the vicinity happy, caring and content with his wife.

Family Man David Cameron downs a pint

This is a family man, who encourages family values. The family man, happened to lose his daughter, by leaving her behind and driving off from the pub without even realising she was missing. They eventually returned to pick up his forgotten daughter.

In an interview in the Mail on Sunday, on June 24th 2012, regarding the issue of the housing benefit collapse, one infeasible journalist sensationally claims Britain is adorned with “feckless couples” claiming housing benefits.

Candid choice of words

Preaching to live with your families, Mr. Cameron believes we should all be working for our own families in the near future.

Living back at home, with parents, and jobless, can we ever aim to not only own our own home, or flat, but be able to have a child or two, supposedly the joy of life, and manage to look after this innocent that become a burden on ourselves, which also creates bad parenting, and then, continues the ever decreasing cycle of future children growing up in poverty, abuseful homes or settings and uneducated without any morals or upbringing on what is correct, let alone having a childhood robbed from them.

Next he’ll be evicting everyone from the Big Brother house.

Yesterday, Wednesday 27th June, in London, one “heckler” raised the issue in a publich speech by the PM, addressing the Olympic Games at a public event, where the PM responded “Don’t spoil it!” rather loud and passive aggressively.

David Cameron pledged to cut all things except for parental benefits, including Child Benefit. Did you really not see that one coming? We will address the state of education and welfare in greater detail in a forthcoming post.

Though cutting these housing benefits, apart from all the distress mentioned about, here’s the killer problem. Many more people will become clinically depressed. Those that don’t kill themselves, or be killed, are then able to claim Employment and Support Allowance (more on this later) and become absent from working and potentially a threat to society for their foreseeable future.

What levels of community, support and guidance are there, if all is cut away from us, in one fell swoop?

If Mr. Cameron is willing to have an interview with me at No.10 I will graciously accept, as I have a lot of issues to discuss that can benefit the country, help you understand the pitfalls, and the perils of the state and address further instances that can only be discussed in private.

Will Ed Milliband succeed as Prime Minister?

I am asking. I have been seeking a conversation for over five years. If any other politician is willing to listen, conversate or take on matters of importance, please get in touch, or leave us a comment and we can supply an email address for you. Or contact on Cameron’s hated form of communication, social media, or Twitter for example.

 

Thank You.