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  • ross1948 3:06 pm on September 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bad neighbour Eire, BBC unsubstantiated smear, , , , , , sectarian politics   

    BBC Spread Unsubstantiated Anti-Orange Slurs 


    It’s very strange to read that in Scotland, ‘police have condemned “outbreaks of racist and sectarian singing” by some of those attending Orange Order processions in Glasgow

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-58608676

    I can remember talking to a prominent Scots Orangeman, back when I lived in The Old Country…

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    …and how pleased he was that a parade he’d been part of had included a contingent of Ghanaians.

    There was no problem even entered his mind that his local band would be side by side with black African men.

    But perhaps ‘racist’ in the vocabulary of Police Scotland now has nothing to do with race?

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    It’s hard to figure out, because the BBC fail to quote whatever shocking slogan or song it might be that got the rozzers’ knickers in a twist.

    To be frank, Police Scotland’s not an organisation one can much respect.

    Glasgow Cops Appease Pro-Crimmigrant Mob

    Their behaviour, as reported in local media, has been nothing short of despicable.

    As for ‘sectarian,’ well…

    Some rude remarks have been heard, from time to time, on or about the Twelfth of July, regarding the Bishop of Rome, ‘whom some call Pope.’

    Hmm!

    I rather liked the Polish Pope, who was instrumental in freeing his brave nation from the evil of communism.

    Yet I can see no reason at all not to heap insults on the current pontiff.

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    Who cares about the women and girls of Europe – crimmigrants come first!’…not the Argie’s actual words, but what they mean in practical terms. 

    Dope! “Prioritise Migrants’ Dignity Over National Security

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    The Argie Dope is IMHO an S. O. B.

    One other thought occurs to me, on that ‘racist’ rubbish.

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    Perhaps the cops took exception to comments from some Orange marchers about Eire and/or the significant element of its population whom I recently described as ‘morally vacuous cretins?’   

    A Grain Of Sense, Down South In Eire?

    Eire is an alien and hostile country, much as Nazi Germany once was.

    While it would be quite wrong to abuse individual Eire citizens…

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    …just as it would have been wrong to blame individual Germans for Hitler’s misdeeds, patriotic Brits should be entitled to disaparage such a bad neighbour, and the thousands of its citizens who vote Sinn Fein.

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    Legitimate disparagement of a known enemy is NOT ‘racist!’

     

     

     
  • ross1948 7:00 pm on May 3, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, , , , Repartition,   

    Ulster’s 100th Birthday? 


    Happy Birthday, Ulster.

    Sounds a bit odd?

    It’s 100 years since the entity of Northern Ireland was promulgated,

    …but the Ulster nation has been around a lot longer than that.


    A good little history – don’t know if it’s still available

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    Since the time of the Cruthin, arguably.

    But although Ulster’s borders have shifted from time to time, Ulster’s identity has not.

    Like Scotland, England and Wales, Ulster is a distinct British nation.

    However, France24’s news today, lunchtime in Jakarta, reminded us of significant demographic changes.

    Over-breeding by disloyals means that the true Brit majority has been eroded.

    It’s facile to equate Protestant with unionist and Catholic with disloyal. There are of course Catholics understand their duty to Queen and Country, while undoubtedly some Protestants are traitors.

    No matter! It has to be recognised that the Ulster nation’s right to a homeland – free from the shadow of the Eire flag –  is by no means secure.

    Again, I urge the good people protesting against EUSSR meddling and Westminster weaselling…

    Ulster – Jellyfish Johnson’s Insult And Injury! 

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    …to consider the merits of re-partition. 

    Eire Still Clings To Indefensible Expansionism! 

    The partition of the UK after WW1 afforded Ulster’s southern neighbours the opportunity to determine their own future..

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    …as Eire.

    But sadly, Eire still refuses to accord the Ulster nation that same right to self-determination which they got for themselves.

    In Dublin, only last week, the ‘Taioseach’ – in other words, their PM – again asserted, with sublime arrogance, that he favoured a ‘United Ireland. ‘

    How dare he!

    If Eire had any other smaller neighbours, would Micheal Martin and his kind make similar expansionist declarations of that sort?

    I think not.

    It’s only Ulster which animates their atavistic, irrational, aggressive urges.

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    Dig in, Ulsterfolk, on this anniversary day.

    Only by a readiness to resort to whatever form of resistance is required will you save your proud little country!

     
  • ross1948 5:21 pm on February 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Article 16 petiton, Bad neighbour Eire, , , ,   

    Are You For A UNITED Kingdom? Sign Here! 


    Great to see this petition, which every UK citizen should sign asap.

    Petition  – Trigger Article 16. We want unfettered GB-NI Trade.

    Her Majesty’s Government must immediately remove any impediment or barrier to unfettered trade within the United Kingdom. More details Sign this petition

    There are 90,434 signatures already – let’s make it a hundred thousand by this week’s end.

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    The Fourth Reich is our enemy, just as much a threat, in a different way, as once was the Third Reich…

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    …to which it bears more than a little resemblance.

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    We all noted during the Brexit campaign how our bad neighbour exploited every opportunity…

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    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    …to advance their outrageous, illegitimate pretensions, intruding in Ulster’s affairs, thus flouting the mutual recognition and respect approved by London, Dublin and Belfast in 1921, a solemn treaty lodged with the League of Nations.

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    We remember too De Valera’s condolences on the death of Adolf Hitler.

    The Ulster British have been abominably betrayed by Jellyfish Johnson.

    It’s time to show them they are NOT on their own.

     

     
    • Scott Douglas 5:49 pm on February 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Good job, Ross!

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    • Billy King 5:57 pm on February 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      We have folk signing all over the world.
      The expat loyals, many like yourself far away but true to Ulster.

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    • Amanda Adams 8:57 pm on February 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Signed!

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    • Barclay Kane 11:50 pm on February 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Just this minute signed and we are well over that 100,000, Ross!
      That means it should be debated but the MPs are ducking out for the time being, Covid etc so we need to watch they dont try to dodge their duty.

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      • ross1948 9:14 am on February 7, 2021 Permalink | Reply

        Good day, Barclay, and a good result, significant enough to get on CNA, the Singapore news TV channel!
        Just saw it and cheered, quietly, so as not to disturb the kittens!

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  • ross1948 4:31 pm on January 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, , , ,   

    SDLP Eastwood’s Dissimulative Defence Of Disloyalty! 


    Why I won’t be part of Northern Ireland Office’s centenary plan

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/comment/why-i-wont-be-part-of-northern-ireland-offices-centenary-plan-39973589.html

    That’s the headline above Colum Eastwood’s rambling, semi-coherent attempt to justify his refusal to celebrate the birthday of the Ulster nation-state…

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    …Northern Ireland’s Centenary!

     ‘I stand here as an Irish nationalist Eastwood has previously made clear…

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    Eastwood, Enemy of Justice

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    …thus positioning himself as an enemy of self-determination, because ‘Irish nationalism’ entails allegiance to the nonsense idea that there is an Irish nation, with some bizarre claim to the island of Ireland, which of course is a mere geographical expression, an island only ever united under the English, then British Crown.

    SDLP? Are They Really Any Different From Sinn Fein? 

    We have seen that aspect of SDLP on display before….

    SDLP- Ulster’s SuDeten-Land Party! 

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    Blood-Beast Adams, Eire’s Reynolds, with SDLP’s St. John Hume

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    …and while Eastwood’s followers do not engage in bloodshed…

    Witch-Hunt Ban Depends On Talks With Terror Fans? 

    …they are never slow to line up with Sinn Fein/IRA on issues like the shameful persecution of Soldier F…

    …if Mr Eastwood is found to be in contempt of court then consideration should clearly be given to issuing proceedings against him in order to deter other nationalist politicians from trying to use their public platforms to infringe upon the rights of defendants in criminal proceedings.”

    SDLP leader reported to attorney general over Bloody Sunday killings

    ….a witch-hunt of which they approve.

    And there’s a lot more reported at local levels – as I wrote some while ago, were they not as I describe them, they’d never have allowed a children’s play area….

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    ….to be named for a terror-gangster whose convictions included attempted murder, conspiracy to murder, possession of firearms with intent to endanger life and IRA membership..

    Ulster’s Enemies Stick Together, Honouring Terror Scum! 

    Back to that pulp-fiction piece Eastwood wrote in the Belfast Telegraph this month.

    Read it all, by all means. but recall at the same time that what people and parties say is interesting….

    True Colours- SDLP Give Murder-Gang’s Political Wing A Free Run! 

    …but that what they actually do tells you a lot more.

     

     
     

     

     

     

     
    • Billy King 6:18 pm on January 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      You’ve got him taped.
      The only honourable SDLP man I can think of was Gerry Fitt.
      You could respect him.

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  • ross1948 10:01 pm on January 15, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, , safe haven for terror scum,   

    Eire Doesn't Know The Meaning of The Word 'Apology!' 


    Big coverage on UK Pravda aka BBC World News, this week, and rightly so, of the official ‘apology’ being issued by the Dublin government in regard to the barbaric treatment of unmarried mothers and their babies over many decades…

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    ….stories of heartless nuns given free rein by heedless authorities to maltreat helpless innocents.

    Would it not be fine and timely, now, to follow up this apology with another one…

    …begging forgiveness for the shameful, or should it be shameless, policy of affording murderous Sinn Fein/IRA terrorist scum a safe haven in their wretched republic, no matter how vile the crimes committed against British neighbours, in British Ulster and on the British mainland, too.

     
    • Les Carr 7:13 pm on January 16, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Eire, a country without a conscience.
      Churchill should have sent in Bomber Command in 1945.

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    • Bryan Bolton 9:53 pm on January 16, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Eire is an apology for a country.

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  • ross1948 9:38 pm on September 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, Eire Imperialism, , , ,   

    Will Brussels Reward Ulster’s Dublin Enemy With High Office? 


    A dangerous man, that Dublin ranter, Simon Coveney, infamous for his arrogance…

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    ….for sticking his insolent snout into British internal affairs…

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    “..there can be no British-only direct rule. That is the Irish government’s position.”

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    Always remember he made it his mission to thwart Britain’s deliverance from the Fourth Reich…

    Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence! 

    Presumably that’s what EUObserver meant when it called him a Brexit specialist.

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    But others remember him rather more accurately, as a nasty trouble-maker, as eager to collaborate with the Fourth Reich as De Valera was with the Third Reich.

    Others, like Steve Aiken, the Unionist MLA, who identified ‘Leo Varadkar and his Tánaiste’ Simon Coveney as the bad neighbours who  had been “unhelpful…on many occasions they have racked up tensions that did not deserve to be there”.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-47635840

    And now Coveney reckons he’ll get his reward for all that anti-Ulster endeavour, ‘following the recent resignation of Phil Hogan for flouting anti-coronavirus restrictions.

    The swine’s not backward at coming forward!

    I’m not ruling myself out but this is subject to a decision of the Taoiseach [prime minister] and party leaders…”

    https://euobserver.com/tickers/149291

    True Brits on Ulster and the mainland will watch with interest, but not too concerned.

    The EUSSR is an enemy entity.

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     One more or one less ratbag among theEuro-Commissars will not make that much difference.

     

     
    • David Dunn 10:03 pm on September 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He will cause trouble in Brussels, but that’s nothing new.
      I always supported Brexit, for years, because it seemed to be a simple method of making the border between the UK and Eire firmer, both in principle and in structural ways.
      Thanks to Johnson, this has not happened.
      Time for a re-think, anything but Eire!
      We have to look to our future as a nation and that might mean redrawing the border to get rid of a lot of the bad citizens who have never been true to our Crown or our right to self-determination. You’ve said as much yourself.
      Then take back control.
      A Dominion of Ulster?
      Why not?

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    • Billy King 10:14 pm on September 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He’s a real deceitful sly person, all smiles but always plotting to gain power in Ulster.
      Dublin politicians look for any way to get their claws into us, not caring that we want nothing to do with Dublin.
      Coveney like the rest of them, a bad lot.
      Good for you Ross, that you keep an eye on them.

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  • ross1948 6:29 pm on June 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, Gibraltar SAS, , , Mairead Farrell, , Traitor vandals, ,   

    Gibraltar 88 OK! Thanks, Ratbags, For The Memory! 



    While it’s undoubtedly true, what decent Ulster British folk are saying, that the sectarian stunts by an obscure vermin-gang who describe themselves ( using a foreign tongue ) as Lasair Dhearg…

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    …‘clearly indicate that British identity would never be respected in a United Ireland…

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    Lasair Dhearg members ‘renamed’ QUB after former student and IRA member Mairéad Farrell.

    Vermin Vandals  ‘Honour’ Vermin Vixen

    and, as TUV leader Jim Allister pointed out, glorify cowardly scum  like those who ‘brought us such heroic blows for freedom as Bloody Friday, when multiple car bombs brought terror to Belfast and blew 14-year-old Stephen Parker and Catholic mother-of-seven Margaret O’Hare into eternity along with seven others….

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    Sinn Fein/IRA

    “Yards from where [QUB lecturer] Edgar Graham was shot six times they erected a sign to a member of the organisation which gunned him down.” https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/politics/council/anger-republicans-rename-qub-after-ira-terrorist-mairead-farrell-university-removed-act-vandalism-soon-after-2893268

    …yes, despite the malevolent message sent by the vandals as to what their goal would mean for those unwillingly coerced into an alien republic, forced to live under the hated Eire flag…

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    …., let us briefly savour the memory of the excellent event that occurred in Gibraltar all those years ago.

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    We have, on our blog, made occasional references to that very satisfactory event, usually in the contemporary context…

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    …of praising Densus 88, Indonesia’s special anti-terrorist police detachment, who have taken out numerous jihadist savages, brutes just as evil as the traitor Mairead Farrell, after whom the Lasair Dhearg vermin want to rename Queen’s University…

    Jakarta Echoes of Gibraltar – How Dare You Kill Terrorists?

     …one of the trio of Sinn Fein/IRA turds intent on murder, who were taken out by SAS heroes!

    Can you recall where you were when that brilliant operation hit the headlines?

     
    • Billy King 7:07 pm on June 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Ah, that was a grand day, Ross, three of them nailed.
      But remember what they did after that! Those two poor corporals, murdered by a mob of cowards?
      How many of the murderers are sitting around council chanbers now, or in Stormont?
      If Major and Blair had just a wee bit of courage, stood firm instead of doing their sly deals, things could have been so different!

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  • ross1948 4:49 pm on May 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, Brit holidays, , ,   

    Enemy Eire – “We Don’t Want You Brits Here!” 


    Just watched the BBC news, 5.20pm, Friday, and they had a cheery airline expert on, Simon Colver, I think his name was, telling us that Brits might need to wait 6 months for cash refunds.

    How many fancy homes does the Ryanair Remainiac own?

    More Reasons To Eschew Alien Remainer’s Ryanair

    Hasil gambar untuk Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive, Ryanair

    Let’s Ruin Ryanair – Boycott Europhiliac O’Leary

    He should be made to sell them and pay up promptly.

    But much more interesting was the interviewee’s comment on how he had earlier been saying that UK tourists might, if there are no flights to their preferred Med destinations, choose ‘Ireland.’

    Then he added that, having given his listeners that idea, he had been inundated with furious messages from ‘Ireland,’ saying.

    ..”We Don’t Want You Brits Here!”

    I rather think those messages came not so much from the geographical area defined as the island of Ireland but from the alien republic that styles itself..

    Brits should accept that Eire is and always has been a hostile neighbour.

    This was indeed a deadly moment in our life, and if it had not been for the loyalty and friendship of Northern Ireland we should have been forced to come to close quarters with Mr. de Valera or perish forever from the earth.

    However, with a restraint and poise to which, I say, history will find few parallels, we never laid a violent hand upon them…

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    ….which at times would have been quite easy and quite natural, and left the de Valera Government to frolic with the German and later with the Japanese representatives to their heart’s content. Winston Churchill

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    Don’t waste money going there when you can spend many a happy day in Ulster…

    ….a beautiful province of the United Kingdom!

    PS – The 6pm news omitted the tell-tale part of Simon’s input!

     
  • ross1948 4:21 pm on March 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bad neighbour Eire, , , , , , , Vexatious prosecutions of soldiers   

    If Every Undesirable Dislikes It, Maybe It’s Okay! 


    Further to our observations last week….

    Brit Vets Should Not Need To Wait For Months! 

    …which rebuked the notion of consulting a hostile foreign government on internal UK issue, an issue of principle, we now read that all Ulster’s enemies, home and away, have renewed their incessant, vexatious whining.

    Sinn Fein’s Michelle O’Neill accused Downing Street of breaching previous commitments…

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    O’Neill, simpering with Blood-Beast Adams..

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    Oh, yeah, THAT O’Neill!

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    SDLP’s Colum Eastwood weighed into the debate–  his party would resist what he called an act of “spectacular bad faith…” 

    Oh, yeah, THAT Colum Eastwood!

    Colum  ‘I stand here as an Irish nationalist Eastwood,

    SDLP? Are They Really Any Different From Sinn Fein? 

    And, no show without Punch, Grainne Teggart, Amnesty UK campaigns manager for Northern Ireland…

    ….has also attacked the British Government, although we have not heard if their propaganda campaigns are still grubbing in the British public purse…

    Oh, yeah, THAT Amnesty!

    And…

    …of course, so has Varadkar’s arrogant side-kick..

    It was agreed by both governments and the political parties after intensive negotiations, and it must be implemented.”    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/mar/18/dismay-over-uk-plan-to-close-unsolved-troubles-cases

    How dare that cur Simon Coveney, with his rancid record of anti-British rhetoric…

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    Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence!

    …as we said last year…

    …a Dublin minister whining about people ‘getting away’ with offences when his own grubby little country allowed the scummiest IRA/Sinn Fein murder gangsters to escape justice for years and years and years..  Tory No To LibDem ‘Alien Votes’ Plan – But Aliens Will Still Be Voting 

    …how dare he seek to dictate to any British government what Brits MUST do?

    So if all these anti-British and Un-British voices are raised in a caterwauling chorus against Bojo’s proposals to end the witch-hunt…

    …perhaps we can hope Bojo is moving in the right direction?

    Maybe so, but keep the powder dry.

    The UK PM once spoke about how he’d rather be dead in a ditch than let Brits down by any rapprochement with the Brussels Empire, did he not?

     
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