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  • ross1948 12:18 pm on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , , Ticino   

    Bravo, Ticino – Bag-Head Ban With Hefty Fines! 

    I hitch-hiked through Ticino many years ago, heading down to Italy. It’s lovely, Lakes Lugano and Como two notable tourist favourites.


    • ———————
    • Going through that Swiss province prepared me for my destination, because it’s Italian-speaking, its culture and cuisine quite distinct from the Germanic area to the north. I still remember how pleased I was to find my high school Latin gave me a few handy boosts across the language barrier!

    Switzerland is ‘multicutural’ in the best sense, various peoples coming together centuries ago for mutual advantage and together still today, proud of their heritages and respectful of each other’s.

    But they don’t take kindly to arrogant outsiders who can’t adapt to civilised  conduct.

    Hence my delight today to read that Ticino’s smart citizens are about to outlaw ugly bag-head gear, a burka-ban with serious consequences for recalcitrant primitives – a maximum SF10,000 for those who hide their fanatic faces.




    Two-thirds of voters approved the ban quite some time ago, but only now have the necessary legal amendments been put into effect.

    The law will also apply to tourists, 40,000 of whom came from the Middle East last year, and those visiting Ticino will be informed at the border that it is unlawful in the canton to hide your face.

    People in the other nations of Europe appalled by head-shrouding must envy the democratic system that prevails in Switzerland, where just about anything and everything can be controlled by free and fair popular vote.

    Imagine if Hollande or Merkel put their policies on so-called ‘refugees’ to their respective peoples – the migrant rabbles would all be on their way back south again!

    • referndmlet peole vote
    • Apart from France, I don’t think any other European country has taken this sensible burka step, a shaming contrast with little African states like Gambia and Chad, where the authorities take things more seriously.

    Swiss folk are well aware of the enemy within – some uppity immigrants even called for the Alpine country’s famous flag to be altered, ‘offended’ (AGAIN?) at the reminder of Christendom that takes pride of place.

    An immigrant group based in Bern has called for the emblematic white cross to be removed from the Swiss national flag because as a Christian symbol it “no longer corresponds to today’s multicultural Switzerland.” Islamist Flag Demands Make Swiss – and Ross – Cross! 

    • switzerland-flag-3x5ft-nylon
    • And only this month, north of Zurich, we had media reports of an ISIS rape-gang cell.
    • ‘Isis cell operating out of Winterthur mosque’

    • So good for Ticino, and let’s hope that the ban gets put to a nationwide referendum sooner rather than later.
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  • ross1948 8:48 am on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Pesona Pangan Nusantara, till 1st December   

    Pesona Pangan Nusantara, Jogja, till 1st December 

  • ross1948 8:15 am on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Indi(e)sche Party,   

    Indi(e)sche Party, Malang, 28 November 

  • ross1948 7:59 am on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    ACRA? No Idea Where, But It’s On 28th November 

    ACRA 2015 Ticket Information

  • ross1948 7:43 am on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Christkindl Markt,   

    Christkindl Markt, Jakarta, 28th November 

    NOV15-110315 DieBruckeS

    I am told this event is at the Hotel Aryaduta.

  • ross1948 7:33 am on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Publik Night Out,   

    Publik Night Out, Tulus, 28 November 

  • ross1948 7:07 am on November 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Charity Xmas Concert, , November 29th   

    Charity Xmas Concert, Jakarta, November 29th 

  • ross1948 11:12 pm on November 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Tanamur   

    Hot News! Ada Tanamur Lagi? Jakarta Bisa Normal Lagi? 

    No idea if it’s true or not, but heard a rumour tonight whilst out on the town.

    Tanamur rising?


    • tanamur corner

      Tanamur corner – today a scene of derelictiton


    I find it hard to credit, but in Jakarta anything is possible.

    It was a BRILLIANT place…



    … but I can’t see how it could re-emerge on its original site.

    The proximity of that mosque – the mosque was erected later than Tanamur, but never discount the intolerance of Islamists – and the stench from the HQ of the IslamoNazi FPI thug gang, suggests it’s unlikely.

    If it surfaces somewhere trendy and costly, like Kuningan, it won’t be the same. Tanamur was a place utterly without pretensions.

    Let’s wait and see.

    Given the abject surrender to the enemies of religious liberty under the present regime, GKI Yasmin sealed, the President unwilling to emerge from his Palace even to meet and talk to the persecuted Christians, given the failure of the government to confront the prohibitionist bigots, given the way this beautiful archipelago is being engulfed by creeping shariah…most of us have given up!


    The restoration of Tanamur would signal an Indonesian return to normality!  

  • ross1948 10:38 pm on November 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Rizieq,   

    Jakarta IslamoNazi – Paris ‘Reaped the Whirlwind!’ 

    I was all set to go into town, but Jakarta’s rainy season had supervened, so time to browse the news.

    There are few more loathesome people in Indonesia than Habib Rizieq, of the IslamoNazi FPI (“Islam Defenders’ Front”)




    • I was watching and waiting to learn what this otherwise lovely country’s lousy bigots would have to say on the subject.
    • Rizieq rarely disappoints.

    Rizieq was quoted as saying on Monday (11/22/2015)-
    “Who planted the seeds of hatred and hostility, will undoubtedly reap strife and dissension. Who planted the seeds of evil and injustice, will undoubtedly reap revenge and anger.


    • habib_rizieq_temui_hasyim_muzadi Hate-gang guru Rizieq
    • ……………………….
    • “Who planted the seed of cruelty and savagery, will undoubtedly harvest of war and bloodshed. That is why the Indonesian fairy said: “Who spread the wind will reap a storm”.


    Is that an oblique allusion to the revelation that one of the Paris terrorists was a sleazy homo rent-boy?Fugitive Paris jihadist loved gay bars, drugs and PlayStation

    Probably not.

    But what are we to make of this malignant man’s outburst?

    What might the IslamoNazi FPI be expected to reap for what they have sown?

    Hatred and hostility?

    Here’s his comrade, Sobri Lubis, on the peaceful Ahmadi minority.


    • alubis Sobri Lubis

    ‘Kill, kill, kill!’


    Cruelty and savagery?

    How come his cowardly cohorts in Sukorejo had to shelter in a mosque from outraged citizens?

    fpi skulk in mosque Cowering IslamoNazis


    Evil and injustice?

    How about the sectarian scum in West Java, fanatic mobsters eager to burn an orphanage, and its young residents? 

    FPI in West Java – ‘Let’s Burn Out the Orphans!’ 


    Let’s pray for Paris, sure…


    Hasil gambar untuk paris terror november


    …but also for an apocalyptic tempest to sweep away evil Islamist enemies of civilisation, blow them all to Hell where they belong.

  • ross1948 10:59 am on November 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 28/29 November, Arts and Coffee Festival, Diverse,   

    Diverse,Arts and Coffee Festival, Jakarta, 28/29 November 


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