BBC Spread Unsubstantiated Anti-Orange Slurs

It’s very strange to read that in Scotland, ‘police have condemned “outbreaks of racist and sectarian singing” by some of those attending Orange Order processions in Glasgow

I can remember talking to a prominent Scots Orangeman, back when I lived in The Old Country…



…and how pleased he was that a parade he’d been part of had included a contingent of Ghanaians.

There was no problem even entered his mind that his local band would be side by side with black African men.

But perhaps ‘racist’ in the vocabulary of Police Scotland now has nothing to do with race?



It’s hard to figure out, because the BBC fail to quote whatever shocking slogan or song it might be that got the rozzers’ knickers in a twist.

To be frank, Police Scotland’s not an organisation one can much respect.

Glasgow Cops Appease Pro-Crimmigrant Mob

Their behaviour, as reported in local media, has been nothing short of despicable.

As for ‘sectarian,’ well…

Some rude remarks have been heard, from time to time, on or about the Twelfth of July, regarding the Bishop of Rome, ‘whom some call Pope.’


I rather liked the Polish Pope, who was instrumental in freeing his brave nation from the evil of communism.

Yet I can see no reason at all not to heap insults on the current pontiff.


Who cares about the women and girls of Europe – crimmigrants come first!’…not the Argie’s actual words, but what they mean in practical terms. 

Dope! “Prioritise Migrants’ Dignity Over National Security


The Argie Dope is IMHO an S. O. B.

One other thought occurs to me, on that ‘racist’ rubbish.



Perhaps the cops took exception to comments from some Orange marchers about Eire and/or the significant element of its population whom I recently described as ‘morally vacuous cretins?’   

A Grain Of Sense, Down South In Eire?

Eire is an alien and hostile country, much as Nazi Germany once was.

While it would be quite wrong to abuse individual Eire citizens…



…just as it would have been wrong to blame individual Germans for Hitler’s misdeeds, patriotic Brits should be entitled to disaparage such a bad neighbour, and the thousands of its citizens who vote Sinn Fein.


Legitimate disparagement of a known enemy is NOT ‘racist!’