Monday, February 01, 2010

Scientists forced to breed extra large chook

Scientists have been forced to breed extra large chickens to satisfy Andy Landy's rapacious appetite. When will the food madness end?

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Brutus Beefcake said...

Now there's a co-incidence! I have an extra-large cock!

Bubba said...

I'd say that Brutus has an extra-extra-large cock.

The Barwon Jail Hot Rodders said...

It's a cock-a-doodle-do!

Brutus Beefcake said...

And it will do Landeryou!

Anonymous said...

What about Australian trans-sexuals? Landeryou is steadily heading up to the 1,000 kilo mark.


Aussie women have highest rising obesity rate

AUSTRALIAN women have the fastest rising obesity rate and are tipping the scales as one of the heaviest nations on the planet.

For the first time Australian women are close to matching America's obesity level prompting health experts to warn women over 30 years of age that they can no longer be complacent about gaining weight.

When compared with the US, China and the UK, Australian women's body mass index - a calculation of weight divided by height - is rising faster than other nations, research has found.

The study measured the top 5 per cent of obese women in Australia at age 30 and found an average BMI score of 37.7.

The index's increase over 10 years has been more than double the international average.

With such a high rate of increase the nation's health experts believe our level of obesity has already caught up to America - where the top 5 per cent of women averaged a BMI score of 42.5.

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The most critically obese are defined by the World Health Organisation as having a BMI of more than 34.9.

The research, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has alarmed health professionals even though they have known women have been putting on more weight than men in the past 10 to 15 years.

Institute of Obesity, Nutrition and Exercise director Professor Ian Caterson said efforts to combat women's obesity had been overshadowed by efforts to combat childhood obesity.

"What we have known is that for the past five years, people have been gaining weight and they are women aged between 25 and 35," he said.

"What we are worried about is the next generation will be worse than the current one and this research shows it."

While there has been an epidemic of childhood obesity, adults have also been piling on the kilos.

Newcastle University associate professor in nutrition and dietetics Dr Clare Collins said because weight gain was gradual, people did not notice it.

"On average, a person every year will gain up to 300g," she said. "I don't think the average person realises the extent of the problem. What is alarming is the sheer numbers of people who are getting obese and moving into those high figures.

"We are going to run out of health services for people. Obesity is the biggest driver of cancer in the world."

Experts believe women gain extra weight after 30 due to lifestyle changes.

Mrs Alice Idris said...

This would require some very aggressive DNA splicing.

Obviously this chicken is for Andrew's personal consumption. He certainly did not add any to his chicken halal sausages that he substituted with pork meat.

Swing, swing, why don't you give me a call said...

While the Herman Rockefeller matter has been tragic for his family, it may mean an end to Landeryou’s latest scam.

The morbidly obese criminal has been placing ads in contact magazines and sleazy websites that cater to swingers advertising “Broadminded couple Shirley and the Sergeant … available for fun times”.

Landeryou carefully screens the respondents, but not for any of the usual reasons of personal safety, attractiveness etc (more on that later).

The perverts who respond are directed to seedy premises off Sydney Road. When they arrive they are greeted by the sight of Sergeant Sashsa wearing a colander on his head as a helmet and a camouflage patterned posing pouch and Landeryou sprawled on a divan, naked save for an op-shop wig.

They are swiftly inveigled into a compromising situation, and then flashbulbs explode.

Landeryou leaps up and immediately hits the perverts with blackmail demands, for that is what he screens them for: their susceptibility to blackmail.

The fat man has already made tens of thousands with this scam. None of this money goes to the mentally sub-normal and psychologically disturbed Uzunov. Instead, Landeryou has told the Sarge that he is a recruiter for an unnamed national security agency screening him for his suitability as a possible future agent.

The police have been unable to act due to the high level political protection Landeryou enjoys.

Now, in the wake of the Rockefeller murder they hope the media focus on crime within the swinging scene may frighten him off.

Colonel Sanders said...

This story is running on the ABC News website. I suspect that rather than showing a big cat the video in question shows a giant chicken that Buddha Boy genetically engineered to put in his giant deep fryer that escaped into the wild.


Questions over Otway Ranges big cat video

Posted 1 hour 13 minutes ago
Updated 52 minutes ago

Video footage taken in the Otway Ranges National Park at the weekend is being examined to determine whether or not it is that of a giant cat.

There have been unconfirmed sightings of a panther-like creature in the forest for many years.

Vision captured yesterday by a resident of the Otway Ranges appears to show a black cat-like animal walking through a paddock.

Mike Williams runs a website dedicated to Australian big cats and says the footage is too shaky to draw any conclusions.

"It's a large blue-eyed animal that could be bigger than a domestic cat," he said.

"It's just really hard to tell. If the witness is quite correct with the observation it could be quite interesting and hopefully more video will come out of the same area."

He says 80 per cent of Australia's big cat sightings are generated by central Victoria residents.

Mr Williams says he thinks there is more than one breed roaming the State's forests.

"If I was trying to give you a hypothesis, the most simple one would be one species of cat," he said.

"But the problem is they're showing several different colour variations of coats. So I have been forced to say there is more than one species of cat, which makes it even harder for me to try and prove."

Concerned said...

That is so typical of Landeryou. He breeds giant chooks to stuff his face on but gets drunk and passes out and lets them escape and ravage our delicate environment.

Spider Pig said...

Clearly The Sun has never sent a reporter to Melbourne!

Fattest man loses 127kg, still fattest

* By Ryan Sabey of The Sun
* From: NewsCore
* February 01, 2010 1:58PM


THE fattest man in the world has had a life-saving operation in the UK and lost more than 127kg.

The Sun reports Paul Mason now weighs 311kg - but is believed to still be the heaviest man on the planet.

The ex-postman, 48, spent the weekend in intensive care after undergoing complicated gastric bypass surgery.

Sources said he was recovering well and looking forward to losing more weight.

The operation involved making a small "pouch" by stapling off part of Mr Mason's stomach.

All his food will now go into the pouch, bypassing the rest of his stomach and severely restricting the amount he can eat.

Last week, doctors had put Mr Mason on a crash diet to bring his weight down to a safe level before the operation could go ahead.

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Some of his weight loss would have come through fat being sucked out during surgery but the rest was down to Mr Mason himself.

"Paul is looking pretty well. He has lost a lot of weight but has a lot more to lose," a National Health Service source said.

"He said his aim is to be able to get into a mobility wheelchair and eventually drive a car.

"Since the operation he's been in very good spirits, chatting and joking with the doctors and nurses."

Mr Mason, from Suffolk, was driven 227km in an ambulance with reinforced beds to have his operation at the specialist St Richard's Hospital in West Sussex.

Won't Someone Think of the Children said...

Landeryou's seven foot high radioactive chickens could kill someone.

Weight Watchers Australia said...

Paul Mason weighs less than HALF Andrew Landeryou's weight.

Anonymous said...

I read the article in the Sun about Paul Mason and was pointed to this story as well.

I suspect that Landeryou believes he will get back the multi-million Parkville place if he gets fat enough.


39 stone man given new 300k home

By HELEN GILBERT

Published: 21 Nov 2009

TAXPAYERS are forking out £300,000 so an obese grandad can have a new council house custom built to cope with his massive 39-stone bulk.

Michael Williment is confined to a wheelchair and virtually housebound.

Two carers help get him in and out of bed and hoist him into a specially-built armchair, where he sits for 11 hours a day.

Retired plumber Michael, 67, and wife Heather, 65, have lived in their current bungalow - also specially adapted - for four years.

But the sheltered housing complex is being redeveloped - so Norwich City Council is building them a new two-bedroom home.

The property will feature over-sized corridors, en-suite bathrooms and two lifting hoists.

Michael, who blames his obesity on medical problems, hopes the special design will help him get into the garden and make it easier for him to get into the special ambulance that takes him to hospital every three months.

Heather, who is also disabled, added: "There will be room in the kitchen to manoeuvre a wheelchair and I'm hoping Michael will be able to make me a cup of tea."

The couple, married 44 years with two sons and four grandkids, hope to move in January.

A council spokesman said: "We have a duty to look after all our tenants.

"Sometimes this will involve developing properties for people with disabilities."

The National Obesity Forum congratulated the council for easing the strain on the NHS. Spokesman Tam Fry added: "This house could well be an investment because it can be used by other obese people in the future."

The Sun told last month how the world's heaviest man - 70-stone Paul Mason of Ipswich, Suffolk - had cost the NHS more than £1 million in care.

Jenny Craig said...

Here's a story with echos of Landeryou, about a morbidly obese man who spent all his time online and suffered a terrible fate

Fat man dies after getting stuck to chair for eight months

By LEE CAIN

Published: 20 Nov 2009

A 60-STONE man mountain has died after being trapped in his armchair for EIGHT MONTHS.

Morbidly obese Tillmon Webb, 33, was afraid to leave his caravan because he feared being abused over his massive bulk.

He refused to get out of his chair and eventually became stuck to it after urinating and defecating in the seat.

His wife Ada finally raised the alarm on Wednesday after her hubby fell ill.

She told cops that Tillmon had not moved from the chair since MARCH because he was ashamed of his mega size.

When they arrived at his home in South Carolina, USA, stunned paramedics found Tillmon riddled with sores and omitting a vile smell.

Fire crews were forced to dismantle his chair and cut him out of his caravan before taking him to hospital.

But tragically he died a few hours later — on his second wedding anniversary.

Ada, who met Tillmon four years ago on social networking site MySpace, said: "I didn't see a man who weighed more than 500 pounds. I saw a guy who loved the Lord and had a big heart.

"I had the worst anniversary yesterday I ever had, but I know he had the best one he ever had because he's with Jesus now."

Tillmon was a school bus driver for 15 years until his increasingly huge bulk made the job impossible.

Ada claims she had begged hospital staff to keep him in after doctors treated a knee injury in March — but the couple were turned away because they could not afford medical bills.

She said: "People would point, look, laugh and make fun of him.

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"He had no desire to leave his home. I did all I could for him. He loved me with a passion.

"The only reason he held on to life here was for his family because he wanted to go home and be with the Lord."

Tillmon — who refused any help and insisted on staying in his chair — spent his days playing with his four dogs and talking about religion to other people on the internet.

Greenwood County Coroner Jim Coursey said Tillmon's death was due to natural causes brought about by obesity.

No charges are being filed in relation to the case.

Say No to Chicken Licking said...

Has anyone else noticed their PC screens covered in sticky saliva. I fear that Andy has parked his browser on this blog and has spent the day licking the picture of the chicken

Yuk

Cait Catt said...

This must be about the worst taste story ever placed on this blog, other than the one of me on a dunny seat.

I hate chicken Mr Slanderyou. I also hate bacon and pork. For religious reasons.

Get your act together Mr Slanderyou and publish somehting sensible for a change.

Like ASIO and the CIA. Both reputable organisations. Both rely on Vexnews for Australian political news. Vexnews, unlike Slanderyou, is always first with the latest news.

A patriot said...

Those giant chickens are clearly stuffed with harmful hormones. The comment above shows what they have done to Landeryou's brain.

Anonymous said...

Landeryou is also hoping to breed a giant grape to produce cheaper yet more potent Rutherglen Rotgut.

Laughter is the best medicine said...

My screams of laughter woke up my family late tonight after reading:

"The perverts who respond are directed to seedy premises off Sydney Road. When they arrive they are greeted by the sight of Sergeant Sashsa wearing a colander on his head as a helmet and a camouflage patterned posing pouch and Landeryou sprawled on a divan, naked save for an op-shop wig".

This was a powerful image of the Sarge that will linger. And:

"Has anyone else noticed their PC screens covered in sticky saliva. I fear that Andy has parked his browser on this blog and has spent the day licking the picture of the chicken

Yuk".


Thanks for the guffaws!

Anonymous said...

ACA's Treacle Grimshag returned tonight. ACA is a TV version of Vexnews - nutty, misleading themes; poor reporting and non sequitur outcomes.

Why haven't they recruited Landeryou?

The Unrepresented said...

Tosser Lindsay Tanner was on ABC Lateline tonite. Like most of our pollies, who brought us the great global financial crash, he continues to rule as if nothing had happened.

Pollies are ordinary Joes like you and me, suddenly elevated by elections to run this country. They do a childish job - ETS, Work Choices, mass immigration, no infrastructure, new taxes.

They are a useless bunch of whackers. Landeryou, a clever liar, once wanted to be one of them.

Black and stoney-hearted lamebrains corrupted by the two-party system and party whips.

We need a MUCH better political system (not with criminal former CEOs who would want billion-dollar salaries).

Herald-Sun Editor said...

Took a quick peek at vile nazi hate site Vexnews tonight. Most of the 'stories' there are stale and a week old. There was a new item, but a journo who can only provide one story a week isn't making headway!

Stop rooting yourself all day, Landy. Get up, provide some sort of news service, even if only aimed at the sheltered workshop community in Victoria.

They may, or may not, appreciate your efforts. We don't.

Swing, swing, why don't you give me a call said...

The Herald Sun reports today "A SORDID ad believed to have been placed by Herman Rockefeller has emerged in an underground swingers magazine as the couple charged with his murder faced court. "

They are wrong. The advertisement was actually placed by Landeryou as part of his "Swinging Shirley and the Sergeant" blackmail campaign.

The Avengers said...

Andrew Landeryou forged his own brother-in-law's signature on legal documents -- and spelled his name incorrectly. That tells you all you need to know about Andrew Landeryou.

Say No to Chicken Licking said...

My monitor is still dripping with saliva this morning.

Did Andy do an all nighter licking this blog?

Yuk

City worker said...

I was disgusted to see a grotesquely obese bald man in a filthy dress furiously spooning down fat from the grease trap at the rear of the KFC on Burke Street last night, only stopping to take long pulls on a flagon of Rovalley Invalid Port that sat by his side. It was obviously Landeryou. He was utterly intoxicated and had clearly soiled himself. We know this disgusting and contemptible criminal has no respect for any human being or the law, but it is truly remarkable that he also has such little respect for himself.

The Choo Choo Express is derailed said...

"Baillieu bounds into contention" the front page of the Age screams today as the Nielsen poll shows Labor could lose the November election.

So much for Landeryou's political judgement! Yet again!

Anonymous said...

So much for Landeryou's sources, I'd say. Oh wait. The fat failure doesn't have any. They are all invented.

Jon Faine said...

Landeryou does have sources, but they are what sane and sober people call "voices in your head".

Anonymous said...

This is an informative comment on alcoholic dementia from the About.com Health website that obviously applies to the 1200 pound transvestite Landeryou.

"Excessive drinking over a period of years may lead to a condition known as Alcohol Dementia, which can cause problems with memory, learning and other cognitive skills.

"Alcohol has a direct effect on brain cells, resulting in poor judgment, difficulty making decisions and lack of insight. Nutrition problems which often accompany long-time alcohol abuse can be another contributing factor, since parts of the brain may be damaged by vitamin deficiencies."

Anonymous said...

YET MORE EVIDENCE THE STATE GOVERNMENT IS DISTANCING ITSELF FROM LANDERYOU THIS ALSO EXPLAINS WHY HE HAS BEEN ATTACKING ROB HULLS SO MUCH LATELY HE MUST HAVE GOT WIND OF THIS PROPOSAL

Criminals may have to pay victims' compo

MELBOURNE, Feb 2 AAP - Criminals may have to pay their victims compensation under a proposal being considered by the Victorian government.

Attorney-General Rob Hulls says one option on the table is a levy imposed on offenders to contribute to a victims compensation fund.

``There is a strong argument that an offender should be accountable for the injury and damage they cause and to make restitution for the harm,'' he said on Tuesday.

``Establishing a levy would involve creating an enforcement unit and we would have to consider the resource implications of such a scheme.''

Currently, victim compensation includes offender-funded orders imposed by criminal courts, government supported assistance through the Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal or civil litigation.

The Victims of Crime Compensation Review will consider a range of possible reforms including options for expediting victim assistance claims, boosting awards and the contribution offenders should make to the compensation system.

Submissions to the review close on February 22.

Tim Berners-Lee said...

South Australia's attorney general Mick Atkinson has attacked the Adelaide Advertiser's website as "not just a sewer of criminal defamation, it is a sewer of identity theft and fraud." He must have got it mixed up with Vexnews.

Tony Abbott said...

I have a plan to cut emissions of environment destroying gasses. I will stick a cork up Landeryou's arse.

Anonymous said...

I'd vote for that!

Joe Public said...

I'd vote for a policy that improved Australia's environment by removing the malicious influence of Landeryou altgother.

Brutus Beefcake said...

There will always be room for Landeryou here at Barwon Jail.

Mrs Joyful said...

If only the young Andrew L had decided to eat enormous quantities of fish 'n' chips rather than ginormous quantities of KFC he may have been saved from the ravages of mental disease and we would have been saved from Cait, Rita, Henderson, Ben Mohammed, Shirley et al.

A new study suggests that fish oil could be the key to a safe and effective form of treatment for young people with schizophrenia.

For young people at risk of developing the mental illness, early treatment is generally seen as the best way to avoid full-blown psychosis down the track.

Adolescent psychiatrist Paul Amminger of the University of Melbourne's Orygen Youth Health Centre says low doses of anti-psychotic drugs are sometimes prescribed, but it is controversial.

"Because of the side effects and because only part of those people progress to a full threshold disorder, we should also question if in such an early stage an intervention should be provided and, in particular, intervention with anti-psychotic medication," he said.

Professor Amminger led a Vienna-based study which has been published in the Archives of General Psychiatry.

It looked at whether regular doses of fish oil could stave off schizophrenia in people with a high risk of developing the disorder.

He says it is well-established that people with schizophrenia have lower levels of omega-3 or polyunsaturated fatty acids.

"We also know from etiological evidence that in countries like Norway or Iceland or Japan, the prevalence for instance for bipolar disorder is significantly lower," he said.

Seventy-six people completed the study and of the group, 41 were given fish oil tablets four times a day for three months. The rest were given a placebo.

Of the group that took the fish oil capsules, only two had developed a psychotic disorder after a year, while of the placebo group, 11 went on to develop some kind of psychosis.

Professor Amminger says while there have been previous studies examining the links between fatty acids and mental health, this study showed the most conclusive results.

Square Eyes said...

I watched "Why are thin people not fat?" on SBS tonight and wondered "Why is Landeryou so obese".

I then thought "He eats enough KFC for 18 people 12 times a day washed down with around 10 litres of a 75-25 per cent mix of cheap yet potent fortified wine and KFC gravy each time and the only exercise he gets is banging out smears, lies and bile on his computer keyboard in his rare moments of semi-sobriety."

Eff orf, Theo said...

Theo got his head on Channel 7 News tonight, commenting that the Brumby government would be returned at the next erection (ooops Election).

Victorian voters hearing what the oily ex-minister had to say would perhaps differ with his prediction. If Theo resigned, the ALP's electoral prospects would be vastly improved.

Anonymous said...

Wanna C something really SAD?

Check out Buddha Boy's myspace page - http://www.myspace.com/landeryou.

5 friends. 1 msg ever posted - In Sept. 2007!

El Gordo also defines himself as:

Status: Single
Body type: 274cm / Body builder
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Children: Undecided

Obviously that 2.7 metres in circumference, not height.
& thinks he means he's undecided about when to eat his next small child.

Ronnie said...

After saving Andrew's fat arse by chewing up all the IQ Corp company papers - now I am going to end up as a HOTDOG snack. Aaarrgh!

Anonymous said...

'Labor Inc' alleged at Melbourne Uni

1 May 1991
By Jolyon Campbell and Rjurik Davidson

MELBOURNE -- Students at Melbourne University will consider sacking student union president Andrew Landeryou and general secretary Keir Semmens at a general meeting on May 7. The meeting has been called on a petition submitted by the recently formed Students Against Corruption.

Labor Club members Landeryou and Semmens face allegations of corruption and misuse of power. The anti-corruption group was formed by students concerned that the Labor Club-dominated student union had increasingly adopted a corporate approach to management and administration.

This included a push toward privatisation and commercialisation of student services. SAC claims the student union acted against the best interests of students by privatising union building space for a commercial computer retailer half-owned by a company involving former Labor Club member and 1986 student union president Evan Thornley.

Supporters of the official student newspaper, Farrago, claim it has been the target of systematic harassment. The left-wing editors were threatened with a cut of almost $80,000 to its production budget compared with last year, when Semmens was an editor. Moreover, when they took over, the new editors found that at least $4500 worth of Farrago equipment had disappeared.

Constitutionally responsible for ensuring that Farrago doesn't carry defamatory material, Semmens is said to have deleted criticism of the Labor Club despite independent legal advice that such material was not defamatory.

On one occasion, Semmens is alleged to have altered the paper between official authorisation and printing. After controversy following the first two editions, Landeryou is said to have threatened the editors: “Third edition? There isn't going to be a third edition.”

Students are also angry that the student union has failed to provide sufficient printing and photocopying services to clubs and societies. Red Wedge, a club initiated disaffected former Labor Club members, was harassed during orientation week, and there are claims that Labor Club members threatened the jobs of any union staff who allowed the club to establish a stall.

SAC also says Semmens has discriminated on political grounds in hiring union staff. Landeryou and Semmens decided, without approval from student council or the executive, to terminate existing casual employees and introduce a new system involving interview panels including an office bearer. On this body, Semmens is alleged to have questioned applicants on their political backgrounds and beliefs.

The anti-corruption campaign challenges the student Labor operators in national bases. SAC hopes it will be able to restore control of the union to ordinary students.

From: Australian News, Green Left Weekly issue #10 1 May 1991.

Iceberg said...

Swung by the vile nazi hate site Vexnews just now for a quick peek.

Landeryou has been a tiny bit busy. There have been a few more short blogs in the past 24 hours after days of slackness.

But it is a case of quantity not quality.

If only Landeryou would do a basic Swinburne journalism course he might get the hang of being a junior amateur journo.

After a few years experience in a rural media outlet, learning begins. Having proved himself earning his dues, he could return to metro or internet stardom.

But remember, Andrew, you have to be an observer and tell the truth. Your mate Bolt hasn't learned this lesson yet. He looks good on Channel 10's 7PM Project - but that is just pap!

Rita Randles said...

Brutus Beefcake better watch out in case Moslem influence in this country becomes so great we might end up with Sharia law, as they do in many Middle East countries and in Aceh.

I read this on a link from Vexnews


President of Islamic Council of Jamaica endorses death penalty for homosexuality under Sharia law

Chances are, we'll later be told that this was "taken out of context." No controversial statement by a Muslim figure has ever been taken in its "proper" context, you know. "Muslim leader blasts gay lifestyle," by Karyl Walker for the Jamaica Observer, February 1:

President of the Islamic Council of Jamaica, Mustafa Muhammad, says he agrees with the Sharia law which prescribes death for people who openly flaunt homosexual behaviour.

Muhammad did not mince words as he lashed out against what he described as an unclean, unnatural lifestyle.

"It is illegal and in the Sharia law the punishment is death. If you follow Christianity it is a crime in the sight of God. He destroyed a whole city because of this thing. It is an ungodly practice and I apologise to no one for this," Muhammad said. [...]

Muhammad made sure to state that he was against the killing of gays in Jamaica.

"This can only be done in a country that is being run by Islam," he said.

And which system of laws would he like to see in Jamaica?


I would add, for the benefit of Brutus, which system of laws would we like in Australia?

Brutus might not like it but we might have much less crime under Sharia law.

Angry Victorian Taxpayer said...

Thanks (Anonymous, February 03, 2010 2:30:00 AM) for digging up a contemporary source for Landeryou's malfeasance at MUSU.

When everything is considered and linked there is a rock-solid chain of evidence against Landeryou et al.

What, if anything, is Mr Plod actually doing about this lingering major scandal today?

Randy the Raghead said...

Fat failure Andrew Landeryou is talking about sharia law.

If he lived in a Muslim country, he wouldn't be able to blog.

We all know what the punishment for theft is under sharia law.

Fat thief, fraud and failure Andrew Landeryou would have had both his hands cut off YEARS ago.

Fraud squad said...

Re IQ Corporation - Has there ever been a case before of a man stealing four million dollars from their business partner and spending it all on KFC, bulk port and women's clothes.

Ancients of Mu Mu said...

In attacking Hulls, why hasn't Andy declared his obvious conflict of interest?

Anonymous said...

Landeryou never makes confessions, Ancients.

RSPCA said...

Andy will be wishing he hadn't put poor little Ronnie in his deep fat fryer. He would have had a source of revenue from home videos

Dutch finally ban bestiality

Posted 1 hour 58 minutes ago

The internet will potentially lose one of its main sources of bestiality videos under a ban approved by the upper house of the Dutch Parliament.

The new law bans human sex with animals, including in private situations where the animals are not injured, a summary of the law posted on the upper chamber's website said.

Sex with animals had been legal in the Netherlands, as long as it could be proven the animals were not injured.

The law also prohibits the production or distribution of animal pornography.

Given the illicit nature of the product, precise figures on animal pornography video sales are difficult to find.

The Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad found in a 2007 survey that distributors in the Netherlands were responsible for some 80 per cent of bestiality videos worldwide.

The bill was introduced in April 2007 and passed the lower house in July 2008, but took time to make its way through the upper house to final approval. It was not immediately clear how soon the law would go into effect.

Anonymous said...

I hear Landeryou is trying to flog videos of "Shirley and the Sergeant".

Australia Post said...

Green twerp Bob Brown talked on Lateline about 'cross-benches' (parliamentary). 95% of viewers would not have known what he was talking about.

Why do Kevin and the Mad Monk use long words that lose most listeners and viewers?

I fancy the government will send out dictionaries soon, so that bemused voters can work out what they are talking about.

Vexnews will need to send out copies of Ambrose Bierce's 'Devil's dictionary' which might help the few visiors to the notorious nazi hate site.

Hooch said...

RSPCA (above) has raised a very interesting point about bestiality.

I understand that Kim Kitchen has revealed that Andrew behaved like an "animal" on their wedding night.

Does this mean she was involved in the sctivity now banned by the Dutch?

Chief Chook Checker said...

Halal Chicken P/L needs to prove that its product has not been systematically rooted and contaminated by the owner.

The RSPCA story says "Sex with animals had been legal in the Netherlands, as long as it could be proven the animals were not injured".

Fortunately, given Landeryou's tiny proboscis, he would probably get off.

I doubt the Dutch parliament ever realised there were deviants as bad as the abominable pervert Landerchook.

The Midnight Racist said...

Future historians will deal harshly with the huge political betrayal by politicians who have brought thousands of unnwanted immigrants here. What were they thinking?

In a single stroke they have destroyed Australia's national identity and culture.

With a national election looming, maybe it is time to ask these pollies what they are up to, whether they have a mandate, and whether they are sane.

Pissed-off Grey Nomad said...

I usually nugget my face, carry a copy of The Koran, and mutter Vietnamese phrases whwnever I go to the Melbourne CBD these days.

The pollies brought us the global financial crash (which ruined my Super) and now they are sending me neighbours that have nothing in common.

They worship a gentlemsn named Mohammed, Buddha, etc.

This shows why our political system juat doesn't work.

Al Grassby said...

My dream came true. This is the Australia I imagined 30 years ago - a diaspora of many nations churned into the melting pot and firmly stirred.

Let's see what comes out - maybe Piltdown Man, Mark II?

Welcome President Obama said...

I never visit Vexnews as I don't want Landeryou to steal my internet banking and online share portfolio details with his malware, but I gather that the race-hate site has gone into complete over-drive since the visit of President Obama was announced.

"We've already got enough niggers in Australia. We don't need another," racist Landeryou has claimed.

"Whatever happened to white Australia?" he asks. "Stop nigra Obama."

Drunken loon Landeryou claims the CIA read Vexnews. No-one does. Perhaps the Secret Service will take a look to see if Landeryou represents a threat to the security of the President and his family, but they will soon discover he is nothing but an unhinged 800 kilogram transvestite criminal who posts evil rants online in the odd intervals when he is sober enough to type.

Horse Sense said...

Patriots know that Landeryou is a compulsive reader of this patriotic blog. As soon as he saw the news of the Dutch bestiality ban he saw an opportunity.

Landeryou leapt up from his seat(if someone so bizarrely obese can leap up) and declared "Sergeant! We are going to be rich! We are going to make a film. 'Shirley and the Stallion'. Quick, help me into my frock. We are off to the fancy dress shop."

After a little struggling Uzunov managed to get Landeryou into a summery number from Laverne's Larger Lovlies. There was a brief 90 minute delay while Landeryou stopped for for a quick snack at KFC, but soon they arrived at the fancy dress shop.

"You look as if you don't need anything from here," the woman behind the counter cheerfully exclaimed as Landeryou waddled in his frock and she saw Uzunov in his army surplus store camo gear, accessories from a "The little GI" dress-up kit from a two dollar disposal store and pudding bowl covered with alfoil worn on his head as a helmet.

"Silence, minion!" Landeryou declared. "I want a pantomime horse outfit for the Sergeant here for a major motion picture we are about to commence work on. It may come back stained."

"But you need two people in a pantomime horse," the startled woman behind the counter replied.

Landeryou's face fell. He turned to Uzunov.

"Sergeant, I believe I saw an Aldi down the street. Would you please buy me eight bottles of their home-brand sweet sherry. I am afraid I will have to pay you back later as I left my handbag at the Fat Cave."

Vexnews is dead said...

Vexnews? What's that?

Fraud squad said...

More bad news for the supposed unemployed bankrupt who can afford a luxury CBD apartment and need not look for work but instead is free to defame honest Australians on his website all day from today's Daily Telegraph.

SUSPECTED criminals will have to explain their flashy lifestyles to police under new laws aimed at Australia's $15 billion a year organised crime network.

The new "unexplained wealth" provisions will reverse the onus of proof and require suspects to explain plush possessions, including cars and houses, and demonstrate they were legally acquired.

If they refuse, their secrecy will be used against them in court hearings and a court could order the confiscation of the possessions - even if there is no conviction for a crime.

Attorney-General Robert McClelland said it was part of a parcel of laws passed by Parliament yesterday to "target the perpetrators and profits of organised crime".

Anonymous said...

Wanna C something really SAD?

Check out Buddha Boy's myspace page - http://www.myspace.com/landeryou.

5 friends. 1 msg ever posted - In Sept. 2007!

El Gordo also defines himself as:

Status: Single
Body type: 274cm / Body builder
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Children: Undecided

Obviously that 2.7 metres in circumference, not height.
& thinks he means he's undecided about when to eat his next small child.

Herald-Sun Editor said...

Took a quick peek at vile nazi hate site Vexnews tonight. Most of the 'stories' there are stale and a week old. There was a new item, but a journo who can only provide one story a week isn't making headway!

Stop rooting yourself all day, Landy. Get up, provide some sort of news service, even if only aimed at the sheltered workshop community in Victoria.

They may, or may not, appreciate your efforts. We don't.

Anonymous said...

I read the article in the Sun about Paul Mason and was pointed to this story as well.

I suspect that Landeryou believes he will get back the multi-million Parkville place if he gets fat enough.


39 stone man given new 300k home

By HELEN GILBERT

Published: 21 Nov 2009

TAXPAYERS are forking out £300,000 so an obese grandad can have a new council house custom built to cope with his massive 39-stone bulk.

Michael Williment is confined to a wheelchair and virtually housebound.

Two carers help get him in and out of bed and hoist him into a specially-built armchair, where he sits for 11 hours a day.

Retired plumber Michael, 67, and wife Heather, 65, have lived in their current bungalow - also specially adapted - for four years.

But the sheltered housing complex is being redeveloped - so Norwich City Council is building them a new two-bedroom home.

The property will feature over-sized corridors, en-suite bathrooms and two lifting hoists.

Michael, who blames his obesity on medical problems, hopes the special design will help him get into the garden and make it easier for him to get into the special ambulance that takes him to hospital every three months.

Heather, who is also disabled, added: "There will be room in the kitchen to manoeuvre a wheelchair and I'm hoping Michael will be able to make me a cup of tea."

The couple, married 44 years with two sons and four grandkids, hope to move in January.

A council spokesman said: "We have a duty to look after all our tenants.

"Sometimes this will involve developing properties for people with disabilities."

The National Obesity Forum congratulated the council for easing the strain on the NHS. Spokesman Tam Fry added: "This house could well be an investment because it can be used by other obese people in the future."

The Sun told last month how the world's heaviest man - 70-stone Paul Mason of Ipswich, Suffolk - had cost the NHS more than £1 million in care.

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