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  • ross1948 00:20 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'aboriginals', , , ceremonies, ,   

    Happy Australia Day! If You Don’t Love It, Leave it! 

    Before any of those far-left ‘GetUp’ pinko gargoyles whine that I’m not an Aussie and should not therefore comment on matters like today’s topic…


    Image result for anna Wintour

    …let them first tell the arrogant old bat, the Anglo-American Anna Wintour, that if she’s going to visit Oz, she should tone down her intrusive and offensive pro-queer carping.



    Happy Australia Day, and well done to PM Scott Morrison, for preparing to make changes to the law, which would compel undesirable subversives on local councils to hold Australian Citizenship Ceremonies on 26 January.

    What about respect for the majority of citizens, who do not share the left’s perverse mentality  – surely it’s only a small minority of Australians who are not proud of the history that transformed a wilderness into the bright and booming Australia we see today.

    A year ago there was a poll

    Seventy percent of Australians are opposed to changing the date of Australia Day and only 11 percent think it should be moved from January 26, according to a new poll. The survey of 1000 Australians by the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) think tank also showed only 23 percent believed councils should stop holding citizenship ceremonies on January 26, with 50percent opposing the move, reports The Australian.  https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/01/24/07/10/poll-shows-big-support-for-keeping-australia-day-date

    Respondents also offered their opinions on Australian history and national pride. Seventy-six percent declared Australia had a history to be proud of and 11 percent disagreed.

    How many of those Oz-Hater hypocrites, all 11% of the public,  feel strongly enough about whose land it is, sincerely, that they’ll hand over title deeds of their own homes to some Aborigine agitator?



    Their appeasement mind-set eerily echoes the shameful scenes in British Columbia, and elsewhere in Canada that we witnessed last year…

    Victoria, BC – Pinko Mayor Scorns Democracy! 

    …and those idiots in the USA who diss Columbus…

    De Blasio To Cut American Core Out of Big Apple? 

    ……and clearly motivated Opposition leader Shorten when he turned logic upside down, thus –

    “You sort of know when Australia Day’s coming up don’t you, when a couple of weeks before we get the annual conservative outing to put politics into Australia Day. It’s what the conservatives do to keep their base happy.”       


    Putting politics into Australia Day?

    That’s what been done by those nauseating pinkos in Moreland and elsewhere who pander to noisy shrills ( and it’s not just Aborigines involved, but marxists, an assortment of millennial morons)

    Morrison’s ministerial colleague David Coleman asked the right question.

    “Why should councils be able to stop someone who is about to become an Australian citizen from the great honour of becoming a citizen on Australia Day?”



    • Keith Milner 14:41 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, mate.
      Those councils you talk about should be abolished, or better still forced to refer their Un-Australian decisions to local referenda.
      Real Australians are really celebrating today – and tomorrow, too!


    • Uncle Oz 14:52 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      My neighbour has just told me he sent you a comment so I will too.
      Australians, most Australians like the 70% in that survey, are all for keeping our country’s national holiday as it has always been.
      The ones who do not are no better than those Hizbut pigs that disrespected Anzac Day.
      They dont belong here and you are right, they should leave.
      Before they go they should do like you also say,sell off their property and hand the proceeds to some Aboriginal charity.
      Enough for now, the party is going strong.


    • Clarry Bryan 16:06 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You say what I think.
      Good to read.
      I am sick of idiots wanting to change our day, our flag and everthing else and sick of all these stupid speeches at all kinds of events that get started with some prattle sbout ‘indigenous’ tribes that used to live at the place 100 or more years ago.


    • Andy Blackston 18:02 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      All of us enjoying ths wonderful holiday weekend here agree with you one hundred and fifty percent.
      Our parents and grandparents and maybe two generations before that, were the people who made this a great place to be born in.
      They would turn in their graves if they heard dunderheads saying we should apologise to people who sat on the land for thousands of years and did nothing, not an inch of progress.


    • Darryl Y 19:50 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We love our country and we hate those tykes that run us down.
      If they feel so bad that we made it such a great countryto live in,then yes,they should go back to Europe or Asia or anywhere but here.
      This whole weekend is fun. The only cloud in our sky is those morons milling around howling about ‘Invasion Day.’


  • ross1948 00:03 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'aboriginals', ASIMIL8, assimilation, , license plate, , Manitoba Public Insurance, , ,   

    Moronic Manitoba Outlaws ‘ASIMIL8’ – Why? Hurt Feelings! 

    Manitoba’s public insurance company has revoked a Star Trek inspired custom licence plate after receiving complaints that it’s offensive.

    Nick Troller’s two-year-old plate reads


    Apparently, according to the victim, it’s a reference to the cyborg villains who bellowed “you will be assimilated” on various Star Trek series and movies.


    Nick Troller's revoked license plate


    I haven’t been a Star Trek fan since Captain Kirk was on black and white tv, but that doesn’t matter.

    Mr Troller was served with a letter that states:

    “…it has been brought to the attention of this office that the personalized plate ASIMIL8 is considered offensive.” 


    What’s offensive about assimilation?

    And who gives a sh-t if some lame-brain gets ‘offended’ by something that is none of his or her business, another citizen’s witty licence plate?

    Nobody forces us to peruse license plates, unless we’re in a road accident, and then it’s not FEELINGS getting hurt! 



    But nowadays, in Manitoba (which used to be a very sensible province) the authorities practice serious tantrum prevention!


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    The letter demanded that he “surrender” the plate immediately.

     My first response was that any lame-brained dorks who complained were most likely to be pampered millennials, leftist sticky-beak creeps who have nothing better to do than wander round town all day desperately seeking ‘hurt feelings.’

    But maybe not!

    There’s a rather well-off character, ‘aboriginal,’ it seems, though he doesn’t look very Red Indian and in fact has an Irish surname…




    and Ry Moran is among those who agree with MPI that the word “assimilate” is too offensive to be on a licence plate. 

    For basically the entirety of this country’s history, indigenous peoples have been forcibly assimilated through really extremely destructive means and ways.”

    Oh For Pete’s Sakes!

    He’s done okay out of being assimilated! Imagine using hoary grudges as an excuse for state censorship!

    Assimilation should be a national policy in Canada. All those primitives caught committing so-called ‘honour’ killings? All those backward wretches in burkas?


    There’s a DESPERATE need for such aliens to be taught that they live in a civilised country where their barbarous ‘cultures’ are unwelcome.

    Thanks to PJ Media for publicising this.



    I couldn’t agree more with their Tom Knighton, who says that if this kind of nonsense continues, and people are bullied into submission by the state, then while public discourse will be far more civil in appearance, it wouldn’t be due to sudden magnanimity.

    We would simply be living in fear. Popular, uncontroversial speech has never needed protection, after all. And until now, neither did ridiculously misinterpreted language


    • Ivan 01:40 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I get so P++SED off with these sub-standards always whining about how offended things make them feel.
      I couldn’t care less if their feelings are hurt. They are not little babies in play-groups, are they? Grown up people get offended then get over it.
      You hit the bulls-eye about the primitives in burqas and all the other rubbish in this country who won’t assimilate. Why come to Canada if they want to be alien?
      My family came from a long way away over fifty years ago and we were more than happy to become Canadian.


    • Arnold 20:37 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      We got along well enough with the Indians here in Canada until the left started teaching them to exploit the stupid liberal human rights BS. Then what happened in Ontario with that Caledonia crowd changed everything and now its kind of poisonous.

      You are right though, ASIMIL8 is 100% what the primitive Middle East Pakistan/Somalia immigrants need to do.

      I think that I must be not much different in age from you Ross.. I sure am glad I wont be around in twenty or thirty years to see what happens to our country once its total multicultural. Real Canadians wont get much of a hearing from Human Rights Courts or will it be shariah courts by then.

      Thanks for all the good work you do, I have just about given up but it is great to see some of us still fighting back.


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