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  • ross1948 11:00 on April 1, 2023 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad Friday Deal, , , ,   

    Who Still Says He’s Not A Dotard? 

    And this pathetic, senescent buffoon….



    No Sell-Out = No Biden? Stand Firm! 

    …is the one that Sell-Out Sunak is desperate to have bless the anniversary of the Bad Friday Deal?


    • Mel Henderson 11:11 on April 1, 2023 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t think anybody in his inner circle of puppeteers denies it, except to those outside that circle


  • ross1948 13:57 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad Friday Deal, , , , ,   

    This Piece Of Pig-Sh-t Should Be 6 Feet Under! 

    Or maybe we should make that NINE feet, for the 9 life sentences it received when it was convicted of the 1993 IRA bombing of a Shankill Road fish shop in which nine civilians died.


    Sean Kelly

    So any new allegations made against it are surely a matter of public interest?

    Yet although most media, for example,the BBC, have told us that the pig was ‘interviewed….about an incident at a shopping centre..in north Belfast at the weekend,’ none of those media have given us any information about that ‘incident!’

    Obviously it would be pleasing were criminal proceedings brought and imprisonment resulted, although no serious justice will ever be done, thanks to Tony Blair, under whose vile Bad Friday Deal…



    …the evil pig was unleashed, in July 2000, thus free last year to go out campaigning for Sinn Fein.

    It should have been put to death 20 or more years ago.

    But as we well know…


    However, the BBC does tell us that a ‘report will be prepared for the Public Prosecution Service.’

    Rather than have me devote time to poring over Google Search to seek details, can any readers advise us exactly what the HELL is going on?

    • Lindsay Hawkins 14:47 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Ross, you’re so busy producing grand stuff like this that you’re not looking hard enough for extra information.
      Our Ulster newspapers have a lot on the pig making a scene but there’s a very good statement from the families of the pig’s innocent victims who died in that Shankill bombing.
      “It has been almost 27 years since Sean Kelly and the Provisional IRA murdered our loved ones on the Shankill Road in October 1993.

      Twenty-seven years on, and we see Mr Kelly clearly intent on inflicting injury to another member of the public.
      “We therefore call upon the Secretary of State to revoke Mr Kelly’s licence and return him to prison.”

      I agree with you. The pig should have been hanged.
      He won’t be this time either, but we’ll need to wait and see what happens next.


    • Billy King 16:10 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I see you got the information you wanted Ross so I will only say that the pig, rat, Sinn Feiner ( all three mean much the same) is just looking for trouble if it goes anywhere near decent human beings.
      Its wisest course, permanent self-isolation.
      Six feet under would work, you have it right,


    • Mack the Knife 19:34 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I saw something about that incident and hoped that somebody took a swing at the pig.
      It would have been even better if it had swung for its crimes instead of just a few years behind bars courtesy of Blair.


    • Glenn Gibbs 21:59 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      All those IRA pigs should be six feet under.


    • Alun Wardley 23:37 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Everyone thinks it. You say it.
      Well said!


  • ross1948 00:49 on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bad Friday Deal, 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.


    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.’    


    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.”


    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.


    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…



    …by all means believe his comrades in arms.

    As for the priest?

    Some priests are no doubt OK, but in Ulster…



    …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 01:24 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.


    • Miller 04:25 on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

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


    • Keith Milner 11:22 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.


    • Rhys D 13:45 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.


  • ross1948 17:14 on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad Friday Deal, BBC interview, , , , , Michael Christopher Hayes, ,   

    Let Us Pray – May ‘Gutless And Spineless’ Hayes Die In Agony! 

    I was channel surfing a day or two ago and paused when I saw, on BBC, one of those faces that make one instinctively concerned, a self-righteous sneering face saying ‘No comment, no comment.’

    It belonged, so I soon learned,  to a ‘man,’ by the name of Hayes.


    A screengrab from Michael Christopher Hayes’ BBC interview
    Asked if he planted the devices, Hayes replied: “No comment. No comment.”


    I’d not heard the name but his accent gave away his origins.


    Hasil gambar untuk IRA murder inc


    And his words exposed how deeply evil this creature was, the same kind of evil that animates all the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang.


    Birmingham pub bombings suspect says sorry for IRA atrocity


    Or not!


    Unfortunately I didn’t  have time to grab pen and paper to write down what the hyena in more or less human form was saying, but thanks to the Guardian – which I rarely thank! – much of the nasty hypocrisy that poured from its mouth reappeared soon afterwards.

    The IRA SOB was talking about his ‘role in the IRA unit that caused the explosions in the city on 21 November 1974.

    I’ve been accused of a lot of things, without one shred of forensic evidence, without one statement made, without one witness coming out against me.”

    So here was his chance to set the record straight, to tell the truth, if he’d any interest in truth.

    But when ‘pressed on whether he was one of those individuals, Hayes said: “I’m not telling you.”



    So much for his assertion that he and his fellow scum, who waged a ‘war’ on innocents for years, “were horrified” by the carnage caused by those atrocities in Brum.


    Hasil gambar untuk birmingham 1974 ira


    So much for his other arrogant claim that he took “collective responsibility” for mass-murder in Birmingham that day.



    But what surely caused most rage and loathing among British viewers was this –

    “My apologies and my heartfelt sympathy to all of you for a terrible tragic loss that you have been put through. In all these years that you have been trying to find closure, I hope at last God will be merciful and bring you closure…



    How dare the filthy pig speak of God, when he and his gang serve satanic evil?

    But he wasn’t done insulting the intelligence of all who heard him, not quite yet..

    ….I apologise not only for myself, I apologise for all active republicans who had no intention of hurting anybody and sympathise with you.”


    Hayes and Blood-Beast Adams,two of a kind


    Who could fail to agree with Julie Hambleton, who lost a teenage sister to the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang that day.She branded Hayes for what he and all IRA vermin truly were and are.


    “He’ll take collective responsibility for those unarmed, innocent people, but won’t say who done it? He’s gutless and spineless. He’s told us nothing, he’s admitted nothing.”

    All true.

    But there are other cowards around, the architects of appeasement, Major and Blair…



    …who preferred to appease the treasonous terrorists rather than wipe them out.

    And this very month, when that coroner in Britain copped out of naming the guilty?

    IRA suspects believed to be behind the Birmingham pub bombings will not be named during new inquests, a coroner has ruled.

    Birmingham pub bombings: Suspects won’t be named at inquest


    While Theresa May remains committed to the Bad Friday Deal, which ensures that the disloyal are given parity of political esteem with those true to Queen and Country, and – never forget- turned scum like Hayes loose from behind bars…


    …and then invited them to participate in the administration of the British Ulster they laid waste, there will be no earthly chance of justice.

    So all one may do this Sunday, or any day, if one is of a religious disposition, is pray to whatever God you believe in, that Hayes may die, not quickly, but slowly, of some agonising disease.



    After that, surely an eternity of torment awaits him, like all the Sinn Fein/IRA swine shown below.

    • Ronnie C 21:31 on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      And so we should pray, but if we are talking theology, then lets remember how God helps those that help themselves, so we should hope that them that live by the sword shall die by the sword.

      I do not for a minute advocate violence because I have no desire to get arrested but how many people would feel a second’s sadness if Hayes got blown up as he blew up all the Birmingham innocents.


    • Billy King 22:29 on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      How right you are, Ross, but some of your foreign readers might not know that even if this pig owned up to any terrorist crime, the British Government would never prosecute him.

      It was a basic part of that Bad Friday Agreement that no matter who they killed or maimed or molested they’d none of them be punished and those already in prison were set free to rub our noses in it.

      But as they say, Our Day Will Come!


  • ross1948 20:24 on April 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad Friday Deal, , , , Jack the Ripper, , LibDem, Lord Janner, , , , ,   

    Jack The Ripper? The First Ukipper? 



    By the time we publish this, very possibly the Daily Mail may have hired a hack pinko historian to prove that Old Jack was one of Farage’s forebears! Were that proven – which I don’t think likely – it would have absolutely nothing to do with the coming UK General Election.




    And neither does this nonsense.


    Moors murderer Ian Brady reveals he is a Ukip supporter
    Daily Mail


    • The desperation of the lackey media plumbs new depths most every day, but the presentation of a senile psycho as a UKIP supporter, as if it is relevant or even newsworthy, must represent a new nadir.


    Predators and Child Molestors


    How about more attention to the noble Lord Janner, a pillar of the Establishment who can’t be prosecuted for alleged paedophile offences because he’s as mentally incapacitated as Ian Brady.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3058177/Home-Office-chiefs-ignored-FOURTH-warning-Janner-Officials-told-child-sex-claims-1995-report.html


    Criminals presumably hold a range of political views similar to those that exist in the society on which they prey.

    Brady’s alleged pro-UKIP opinions no more reflect on that party than does Janner’s life-long Labour support reflect on Labour.

    And if we make a list of convicted Tory criminals, of whom there must be many, would that be a cause for Daily Mail headlines?

    Maybe it should, but it would be spiked, sharpish! 

    Fact- UKIP has done nothing to seek, or encourage, accommodations with any murderous psychopathic scum.

    UNLIKE the Tory, Labour and LibDem leaderships who have.

    Those are the parties complicit in elevating convicted murderers to positions of power over British citizens, within the UK.


    • kingsmill02
    • The Bad Friday Deal!
    • tony_blair_gerry_adams1
    • But you won’t hear much about that this week or next.

      Except here!


    Think carefully about who you’re going to vote for!

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