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  • ross1948 09:16 on May 3, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: armed resistance, , , , tortured woman   

    Tortured Woman? Abhor Iran’s Rabid Cur Regime! 

    Jellyfish Johnson’s sidekick Raab has stated publicly that the vile old brutes who misrule Iran are TORTURING a British woman.



    Yet the UK Government continues to collaborate with Biden and Brussels in a deal that legitimises the evil ayatollahs…



    ..behaving as if anything the backward bigots say can be trusted.

    Trump had the right idea.

    The monstrous despotism should be accorded leper status.

    Sanctions must be intensified.

    Better still, as the mangy old swine prepare for more fake elections, genuine candidates disqualified by unelected delusionaries who claim to know God’s Will…


    ..why not assist patriotic Iranian exiles to establish a government-in-exile, preferably under the shah, who, as protests have indicated, enjoys wide support among the oppressed citizenry?

    Iran’s Royalist Resisters – Feared By Bigot Regime, Ignored By West’s Media! 

    And even better, facilitate the supply of arms to the resistance.
  • ross1948 17:39 on February 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: armed resistance, , , , , , , , Mayor Kyritsis, , Tsipra, ,   

    ‘Ancestral Voices Prophesying War?’ Greeks Take Up Arms! 

    EU-pushed Greek ‘hotspot’ plan for migrants a recipe for violence: isle mayor  http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/02/08/world/social-issues-world/eu-pushed-greek-hotspot-plan-migrants-recipe-violence-isle-mayor

    How sad to see Tsipras’ Marxist regime in Greece —Tsipras The Red – Known By The Communist Company He Keeps?  – sending in riot police to quell patriot protests against what crimmigration is doing to their homeland.


    Hasil gambar untuk kyritsis kos

    “There is a present danger that we will mourn victims and be led to uncontrollable situations..”



    Ingrate savages amok on Kos soon after their arrival last year – Greeks have now had enough!


    Three locals were hurt this week in a scuffle with riot police near the area chosen to build the migrant center, or hotspot, including a journalist covering the protest, who was later detained. 




    Let’s look into that case. Who was the journo – why was he ‘detained?’ Can’t find any info on that so far!

    The government reacted by sending extra riot police to the island, which Kyritsis said was a mistake. “I call on the prime minister to withdraw the riot police units to de-escalate tension,” he said. A police union also criticized the-move, claiming that units were facing angry islanders armed with hunting rifles and dynamite.

    Sooner or later, they’ll have to weigh up where their loyalties lie.

    The same goes for the Hellenic armed forces, whose allegiance is to Greece and surely, if the clique in power just now continues to collaborate with Brussels – and it has, giving up their predecessors’ brave efforts to resist illegal incursions Good for Greece – Commandos Corral ‘Asylum’ Invaders! Oz Please Note! – the time may come when they’ll need to consult their consciences.


    • Greece’s Enemy Within V Police


    The real targets for riot police should be the subversives pictured in the JT report, the leftist rabble lining up in solidarity with crimmigrants, whose invasion has been facilitated by Greece’s traditional foes across the Aegean.




    Greece had to take in many real refugees almost a century ago, when the Turks undertook what’s nowadays called ‘ethnic cleansing,’ driving thousands of Greeks from their homes in Smyrna (now Izmir) where their families had lived for generations.

    Many, one hopes a majority, have not forgotten – and I dare say there are similar feelings in Spain Solidarity With Spain, As Savages Storm A Border! ...which also suffered invaders for long years and is suffering again now.

    What’s going on today is adding current insult to age-old injury.

    Ancestral voices prophesying civil war?

    More and more, people will turn to the reviled ‘populists,’ those who are, by definition, on the side of the people, and FIGHT the authoritarians, the EuroCommissars and their lackeys in Athens – and all across the European Continent.


    • Mark Brenner 18:09 on February 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      You might as well face it, your sad old Western world is dying, and the Greeks will not be saved by a little island mayor and some peasants with hunting rifles.

      I was born in Europe and there’s nothing there worth saving I don’t know if it will be a United States of Europe based in Brussels or a new caliphate based in Ankara or what, but nation-states like Britain, Germany, France?
      Just notes at the bottom of pages in future history books. And good riddance, they brought it on themselves.

      I almost admire the way you keep banging on, because you are flogging a dead horse and I think you know it..
      There’s no will to fight back, not back where you used to live.
      It’s not as if people there didn’t have choices, but they elected governments that welcome whats happening, when they could have voted for populist parties.’They know the writing is on the wall, whatever spirit they had when they built their empires is gone.

      Death Wish, you could, and you probably will, call it. Once your generation is gone, nobody will care.


    • LiIlian 18:39 on February 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I wish the men in Sweden who have rifles wll come out too, because the police always protect the migrants who attack women, so now we fear to catch trains from our train station in Stockholm, or just go walking at night. Everywhere there are these terrible migrant attackers and the police call them children but it is women they like to play with and rape in the night.
      I am sad for Sweden and I pray for Greece also, which is so near Asia from where the terrible migrants are coming.


    • Sawney B 19:39 on February 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      You think the Greek army is going to copycat Egypt and try a coup? Are you serious
      I read your anger and your partying most days. You sound less angry when you write about your parties and I strongly recommend you stick to partying, because the rage gets you nowhere.
      Your cause is lost Ross, and a good thing too, because once those reactionary countries like Hungary.are diversified, like Britain and France already are, Europe will be a much more fun place.
      Maybe one of them can be kept like a zoo for tourists to see how bad the bad old days were.
      Diversity is a one-way street.
      It’s like decomposing a corpse which means it will never come back to life. Think about THAT next time you post a rant.,


    • Dono 22:02 on February 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      There have been other signs of local people getting active in resistance, in Sweden, in Germany, and in Finland. Some leaders are also beginning to listen, and I think we can fight back and win. It will not be only against the invaders. We can be sure the governments who caused this will not give in easily from their plans. You are right, all will hang on how the police and other security services react. I think it will be a hard time for many coumtries.


    • Pam Trevelyan 00:02 on February 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I can see this coming, and I regret to say it seems the only way to prevent disaster. However, I don’t think we can expect anything much from the British or German Police. For years in England only the politically correct can hope for promotion past inspector rank. In Germany too it looks like the same story.
      In Sweden of course it’s hopeless.
      But in France? Or Italy?
      So many beat bobbies or their continental equivalents must hate this, because they see the situation as it is, and they are not insulated from the realities as Cameron and his Chief Constables in their select neighbourhoods are. PC Plod has parents, brothers and sisters, friends, who live in areas affected by migrant settlement.
      But it’s true, in the short term honest people may have to be self-reliant.

      You sound a little pessimistic, with that illustration at the top, but don’t be. There are signs from all over that enough men and women care about their countries and if you know your history, as you seem to, a handful of heroes can take arms against a sea of troubles and end them. I’m sending you a link to a Shakespeare story, incidentally and hope you can use it.

      To use an example which neither you nor I may care for, the Bolsheviks were a tiny group but because they were single-minded and ruthless, they took over Russia. They were a very bad force indeed, but if good people can summon up the same determination today, why can good not triumph?


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