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  • ross1948 6:50 pm on November 26, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: appeasement of disloyal republicans, , Continuity IRA, , , , ,   

    Wrist-Slaps For Treason Scum? God Save Ulster! 


    All the defendants pleaded guilty to charges ranging from providing weapons and explosives training, attempting to procure explosive material, and targeting police officers and a senior prison governor in Northern Ireland for assassination.

    The report goes on to name a batch of disloyal scum, including one beast previously named in the House of Commons as….

    FILE-- This is a  Saturday, Aug. 15, 1998 file photo showing   Royal Ulster Constabulary Police officers stand on Market Street, the scene of a car bombing in the centre of Omagh, Co Tyrone, 72 miles west of Belfast, Northern Ireland.   Prosecutors say the case has collapsed against Seamus Daly the man charged with the murder of 29 people in Omagh in 1998, scene of the deadliest bombing in the history of the Northern Ireland conflict. (AP Photo / Paul McErlane)

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    …the man who constructed the Omagh bomb that killed 29 civilians in the market town 22 years ago..

    But you probably know about that – if not, read the linked report..

    Although they are not apparently members of Sinn Fein/IRA, they are identified as ‘Continuity IRA, the oldest and most ideologically hardline armed republican group…

    ’https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/nov/13/seven-irish-republicans-jailed-for-combined-33-years-after-mi5-bugging

    But morally there’s no distinction.

    They’re all Ulster’s enemies, eager to fly an alien flag over the British people of Northern Ireland, ready to sink to any level to that evil end.

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    The Guardian helpfully recapitulates the republican vermin’s agenda.

    • A plot to target a prison governor while he walked in the County Down countryside.
    • A plot to assassinate specific officers in the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
    • A plan to steal sulphur from a factory in Dublin to make explosives.
    • A planned purchase of a £2,000 silencer for an automatic handgun…
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    Now to my point.

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    Two of these disloyal scum got 5 years.

    Another of the swine got 6 years ( not real years – only 3 years 6 months ‘in custody, and the rest on licence – i.e. not in custody!

    A fourth pig got 6 years, half in prison, ‘the other half on licence,’ i.e. not in prison.

    A fifth pig got 4 years, 2 behind bars, 2 not.

    A sixth swine got 3 years 6 months – again only half ‘inside!’

    And the seventh? Just 18 months in, 18 roaming around, ‘on license!

    ( best double-check all that – my arithmetic gets shaky after dark!)

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    What the hell gives?

    What kind of punishment are these joke sentences?

    What sort of message do silly wrist-slaps send to treasonous filth like those listed above?

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    What thoughts go through the minds of those bereaved by the monstrous Omagh bombing, and every other atrocity committed by the Fifth Column that would deny self-determination to the Ulster-Brits?

     
  • ross1948 7:24 pm on January 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Bloody Sunday', appeasement of disloyal republicans, , , , ,   

    Disloyals Warn – ‘We Don’t Want Soldier F’s Supporters At Trial!’ 


    That sounds like a key part of the message coming out of the latest kerfuffle in Londonderry,  where fans of the witch-hunt…

    ….being mounted against ‘Soldier F,’ one of those servicemen ( long since retired) dragged into a legal mire over his part in so-called ‘Bloody Sunday,’ the long-ago incident when 13 participants in an illegal parade were shot dead.

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    It took two reports to get the politically correct result, the second report, in 2010, contradicting the first, which did not smear the soldiery.

    Witch-Hunt Ban Depends On Talks With Terror Fans? 

    We have commented on this before, but now a proposal to move the proceedings from Londonderry to Belfast has the whiners up in arms again,

    Today the families are worried once more that they having to endure more  pressure and travel to see justice done for their loved ones.

    I have made the trip often enough.

    It was an undemanding bus ride.

    But then we get to what is perhaps the underlying issue for those playing, not so much the boring, jaded ( and typically republican) victim card, but a sectarian blame-game!

    The same republican reveals the continuing spectre of disloyal violence by acknowledging that Soldier F’s supporters face a real risk of if they show up in the vicinity of the court…

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    ….because that neighbourhood’s Enemy Within are either so numerous or so rabid, or both, that protesting the soldier’s  innocence  could endanger Ulster Brit patriots engaged in protest!

    As for security concerns raised today I would say there is more security problems for the police in Belfast because if the trial was heard there then supporters of Soldier F would feel safe enough to turn up and protest against the trial, and this could lead to counter protests against the Para’s supporters,” https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/jan/17/bloody-sunday-families-irate-soldier-fs-trial-may-move-to-belfast

    In other words, on the streets of Londonderry…

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    …supporters of Soldier F would NOT feel safe enough to turn up and protest against the trial..

    There’s little doubt that most decent British people, both on the UK mainland, but also in Ulster…

    A Soldier Support Banner on the Lisburn Road in Belfast.
    A Soldier Support Banner on Lisburn Road in Belfast.  Damned right!
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    ….want to let the old soldier go home and enjoy his well-earned retirement.

    Fans of the witch-hunt claim they resent the prospect of having to undertake an easy journey to the scene of the hearing.

    But when asked to elaborate on this trivial objection, the mask slips and threats to the safety of critics of the witch-hunt loom suddenly large!

     
  • ross1948 4:35 pm on December 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , APNI, appeasement of disloyal republicans, , North Down, , Steve Perry MP, , ,   

    Election Post-Mortem 3. Alliance Party Of Eire? 


    ’The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland?’

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    Only till it no longer suits their political convenience!

    We heard that awkward admission last night, when their new MP, Steve Ferry, did his mealy-mouth mumbling best to avoid a question on the treason option, the prospect of another ‘border poll’ going the wrong way.

    Stephen Farry MLA  Stephen Ferry, MP

    …but finally responded to a BBC reporter.

    If there’s a border poll, we’ll have to see…”

    So much for those two words, ‘Northern Ireland,’ carefully designed when that party was formed, to gull patriots into believing the Alliance Party were not into deals with treason…

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    ….not out to deny British Ulsterfolk their self-evident right to self-determination.

    It goes without saying that if, by over-breeding and ethnic cleansing, the Enemy Within were to gain a plurality of votes in any such poll, a re-delineation of the border would become necessary, along with population transfers…

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    …republicans in Belfast removed en masse to the damnable republic they say they are true to.

    And if that solution were not adopted, if it were said by either government, London and/or Dublin, that Ulster in its entirety were up for annexation y our ancestral enemies…

    …then armed resistance would be justified, and it would be the right and the duty of British patriots on the mainland and elsewhere to assist loyalist resistance, from each according to his or her ability or means.

    Anybody whose response to that scenario is to say “we’ll need to see” is a knave – or in good old-fashioned Ulster talk, a Lundy.

    Unlike much of the rest of the UK, elections in Ulster have always, admirably, been fought on issues of principle –

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     – ‘we are who we are, and what we have, we hold.’ –

    Encouragingly, this past election on the mainland, and the standard of debate in the months beforehand, was to some extent a welcome improvement. One hopes that will continue to improve!

     

    Nobody with any sense of national identity should allow themselves to be distracted by diversionary rhetoric about socio-economic matters.

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    Some in Ulster seem to want to encourage such an unwholesome development, the APNI being an obvious culprit.

    No loyal citizen should give them the time of day.

     

     
    • Gavin Baird 5:39 pm on December 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Too many people in Ulster have been led astray by propaganda in their schools and even more in their colleges, because their teachers are liberals.
      Liberals undermine the students’ British loyalties with a lot of malarkey and inaccurate history.
      Those young people come out of education thinking there are more important things than preserving our country.

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  • ross1948 5:15 pm on August 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , appeasement of disloyal republicans, , , , , , Union Jack driving licences   

    Nice Passport, Nigel – Now Fix Ulster Driving Licences 



    How pleasing to see at least one small step forward, new British passports with the reference to serfdom erased.

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    ‘We got our passports back!’ Twitter erupts as Farage poses with new ‘EU-free’ UK passport

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    • Billy King 9:07 pm on August 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Aye ready, Ross.
      You never let us down.

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  • ross1948 12:49 am on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: appeasement of disloyal republicans, , British soldier charged, , McAnespie, , , ,   

    May! Don’t Offer Up The Soldier On Your Appeasement Altar! 


    I see yet another British soldier has been dragged into the ridiculous process by which Theresa The Appeaser’s government seeks to placate the disloyal minority in Ulster.

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    Despite an investigation nearly thirty years ago which deemed there was no case to answer, this man, who should be free to enjoy his retirement after serving Her Majesty with – as far as we can tell – an unsullied record, faces a manslaughter charge over  what the media describe as a ‘Troubles checkpoint killing.’    

    https://www.rt.com/uk/430216-illegal-killing-mcanespie-holden/

    Fact is, IRA scum were set free by the Bad Friday Dirty Deal.

    As TUV leader Jim Allister said: “People are entitled to ask, given that the vast majority of killings during the Troubles were the result of terrorist murder…

    …why we are seeing a seemingly endless procession of soldiers coming before the courts, while terrorists enjoy freedom. The imbalance is clear and nauseating.”

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/anger-at-prosecution-of-exsoldier-for-shooting-aidan-mcanespie-in-the-back-37029123.html

    Sinn Fein/IRA swine known by all to be as guilty as sin are sitting in the Stormont Assembly,

    Even were the ‘victim’ of this ‘killing’ a person of impeccable character, it’s downright odd that somehow new evidence has suddenly materialised after near enough three decades.

    Some might says it’s not credible.

    But in fact the individual shot by mischance back then turns out to be one of those dedicated to the republican terrorist cause. His name was McAnespie and he ‘was an election worker for Sinn Féin!’.

    Anybody old enough to remember those days, and there are still plenty, wiil neither have forgotten nor forgiven the cowardly Sinn Fein/IRA scum who murdered men, women and children in their evil campaign to deny Ulster Brits the universal right to self-determination.

    It was Blood-Beast Adams himself who got his fellow vermin to cheer the concept of ‘the armalite and the ballot-box,’ an infamous metaphor for their SF/IRA double-pronged onslaught against democracy.

    So instead of dredging up that swine’s demise to defame – and quite possibly punish – a British soldier, one should simply say what everyone should say about a dead disloyal.

    GOOD RIDDANCE!

    PS – frankly, whether or not McAnespie was up to no good at the precise moment he got what was coming to him, who cares?

    But since RT thinks it somehow useful to mention that ‘both the Provisional IRA and his priest said that he was not involved in any paramilitary activity,’ a riposte to that is appropriate.

    Namely, if you believe Blood-Beast’s Big Lie, that he was not in charge of the murder gang…

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    …by all means believe his comrades in arms.

    As for the priest?

    Some priests are no doubt OK, but in Ulster…

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    …we know that many were just as much foul traitors as were their satanic terrorist parishioners.

    Believe what that one says, if you swallowed the shameful blasphemous poison…

    – Terror Gang Leader Adams, Complicit in Child Molesting – ‘A Man Sent by God?’  

    ….spouted by that ‘reverend’ rat Alec Reid!

     
    • Billy King 1:24 am on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I felt sure you would have something to say about this, Ross.
      I was sure you would say what many of us think as well.

      Ulster people appreciate all that our British servicemen and women did for us.
      This poor soldier was cleared all those years ago and now they dredge it all up to persecute him like this.

      If they want to go digging for real crimes that have gone unpunished then they should arrest all those Sinn Fein IRA terrorists that were let out of prison without serving the due time.
      Adams and his gang must be dealt with.

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    • Miller 4:25 am on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Scandalous to put a soldier on trial just because some IRA f… was shot

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    • Keith Milner 11:22 am on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Priests? Do Chileans trust them?
      Or Australians, or anybody who knows about their abuse of the little ones entrusted to their care?
      Whatever corner of Hell the terrorists (IRA or ISIS) are parked in, they might have had to shove along to make room for that Alec Reid and for those depraved unholy buggers in black.

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    • Rhys D 1:45 pm on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Perfidious Albion.
      They are doing the same thing to good men who fought in more recent wars too,likr Iraq and Afghanistan.
      It makes me dick.

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