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  • ross1948 20:14 on March 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bloody Sunday, , Paras, , Widgery   

    Solidarity With ‘Soldier F!’ No Surrender! 

    Shocking news, that after something like half a century, a British soldier, obviously now retired, is to face charges of ‘murder’ for shots fired during an illegal parade by disloyals in Londonderry.

    Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges

    justice joke

    Had that rabble not chosen to defy the law of the land…

    -or, as the Widgery Report noted  – if those who organised the illegal march had not thereby created a highly dangerous situation in which a clash between demonstrators and the security forces was almost inevitable…”  – that was the Widgery Report, please note, not the Savile Report, set up later by Tony B.Liar to get a more ‘acceptable’ outcome!

    …had they not swarmed along that Ulster street, they’d all have died a natural death.

    Unless of course they later chose to defy other laws and again put themselves in the wrong.

    • Ned A 20:51 on March 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a new low for Britain to sink to, putting this man on trial.
      How many murdering IRA pigs were let out under Blair’s Bad Friday deal?
      It makes me want to do things I’d do serious time for!


    • Billy King 21:02 on March 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Short but sweet, Ross, music to my ears, you showing solidarity with this soldier.
      Even that Savile Report said there were republicans shooting, and none of them have been put on trial.
      Even if they had, even if republicans had killed our soldiers that day, they would be amnestied, released by Tony Blair.
      Maybe they would be in Stormont, serving in the government of Ulster.
      And we used to talk about British justice?
      That is a joke that makes me want to cry out loud.


    • Petra Mally 21:09 on March 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for expressing our feelings. So few are raising their voices as loudly and clearly as you.
      I am horrified, not only at this unjustifiable prosecution but at the failure of British people in every city to come out on the streets to protest.
      Is there not even a petition we can sign in Soldier F’s support?


      • ross1948 21:29 on March 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        No petition launched yet, Petra, although there were petitions to parliament in the past about all these poor soldiers hounded for doing their job. The petitioners were fobbed off.
        The majority of MPs are worth no more than a truck-load of manure but some of you back in Britain could start one to HM The Queen, asking for a Royal Pardon in the awful event that this victim were to be convicted.


    • Carol Biggs 21:41 on March 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A petition is just a nice idea. The politicians in London arent bothered about us little ordinary people and the Queen is not free to do what her heart surely tells her is right.
      All we can do is pray for justice, that the soldier be acquitted and left free to enjoy what is left of his retirement.


  • ross1948 20:03 on October 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bloody Sunday, , , Saville Inquiry, , Widgery Inquiry   

    Dead Disloyal’s Dependent Gets £600K++! RUC Widow? £1000! 

    As so often, British people on both sides of the water owe a debt of thanks to TUV’s Jim Alister…




    … for revealing the STUNNING disparity in how British justice has valued two different lives lost during the treasonous insurrection in Ulster.


    Get this!

    ….the widow of some disloyal demonstrator shot while engaging in unlawful activity on so-called ‘Bloody Sunday’ in 1972 got no less than ‘£625,000 in damages from the High Court.’

    Gerry McKinney’s ‘innocence’ may have been ‘established’ by the Saville Inquiry, which was dreamed up by appeasement politicians after the original Widgery tribunal had decided the soldiers that day had no case to answer!

    But one victim whose innocence has never been in doubt was the RUC man, slain by members of the IRA murder-gang in 1975…




    HIS widow – left to bring up three young children, was awarded a paltry ONE THOUSAND pounds ‘criminal injury compensation!’




    “There is a deficit to be made up to those who lost their lives serving the State,” said Jim Alister, and that is something of an understatement.

    • Billy King 22:16 on October 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It makes us heart-sick how differently they value a loyal British life as against one of those Bright Sunday trouble-makers that set out to defy the law and paid the price for their defiance.
      They are also out to make scapegoats of our soldiers just for shooting our enemies.
      That is what soldiers are paid to do.
      I only wish they had shot more!


  • ross1948 00:05 on February 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bloody Sunday, British soldiers vets, , , , re-routing, ,   

    Londonderry Air…Polluted By The Stench Of Treason! 

    Since when may British Armed Forces veterans not march proudly through the streets of a British city?




    Since this month, it seems, thanks to the disloyal minority in Ulster, whose spawn in Londonderry staged a ‘public outcry.’
    From whom?
    ‘…the Bloody Sunday families and local republican groups…’ ;https://www.derrynow.com/news/british-army-veterans-march-planned-derry-moved-coleraine/145193
    The march is being held in protest at the way British Army veterans are being treated as part of investigations into Northern Ireland’s legacy issues..

    Queen’s Speech – No Mention of Pardons For Her Troops? 

    British crown


    For pity’s sakes, have we not heard enough ‘Bloody Sunday’ bleating from these people?
    Not one of them is a loyal subject of HM – their allegiance is not to the Red, White and Blue but to the green, white and gold, the banner of the arrogant republic beyond the border.
    That foreign state has never fulfilled its obligations under the Helsinki Pact, which it signed, not far off fifty years ago, namely, to recognise all existing international frontiers in Europe.
    Eire still nurtures expansionist ambitions to bring Ulster under its alien flag.
    The march was planned for next month, to lay a wreath at Londonderry’s war memorial, Eire’s fifth column has got it re-routed to another city entirely.  


    sod that


    The ex-servicemen and women have been directed instead to conduct their ceremonies in Coleraine.Shame.
    And shame again on all the appeasement and surrenders we’ve seen, pandering to people who deserve not consideration but contempt for their engrained treason.




    If they don’t want to watch honourable people march through their streets, they should stay indoors – or better still, sod off to the republic they so badly want to be part of.
    None of them would be missed,.



    • Billy King 13:06 on February 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You sum it up just fine, Ross.
      It’s our army and our ex-servicemen and the ones who did the shooting on Good Sunday need medals not prosecution.


  • ross1948 11:27 on November 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bloody Sunday, , , , parachute regiment, , soldier, , ,   

    On Remembrance Day, Cruel Britannia Preys On Her Own! 

    It’s just gone 11am here in Jakarta, on November 11th, but not yet in the UK, where today there’ll be no massive crowds, as there were on Sunday last, to honour the heroes who served their country in every conflict.

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    • Instead, everyone, but especially those whose close kin bore arms or otherwise served, will tend to reflect on the sacrifices made, and what those who didn’t come home would make of what the country for which they fought has turned into.


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    • We see a land which persecutes the best and the bravest, for having simply done their duty to Queen and Country. We see a soldier, a para long since retired, detained like a common criminal for his alleged ‘role’ in the dispersing a rabble of participants in an unlawful assembly, on what only the disloyal really think of as ‘Bloody Sunday.’

    What Britain has become is so disgusting that even Peter Mandelson is shocked!

    • Blair receives Fenner Brockway medal Mandelson with B.Liar
    • Lord Mandelson, the former Northern Ireland secretary, said the authorities in the province should “think long and hard about the perhaps unforeseen consequences” of arrests, adding that peace in Ulster was “fragile” and there were dangers in anything that might “fire up tensions between different parts of the community.”


    • sinn Evil incarnate. McGuinness and Adams
    • He’s putting it mildly – what’s been firing up tensions, ever since the Bad Sunday Sell-Out by Blair, is how genuinely evil scum like Adams and McGuinness are free to do as they please, showered with the spoils of office, the latter swine even permitted to soil the hand of Her Majesty as an ‘honoured guest.’

    Meanwhile MPs and former military commanders demanded to know why former soldiers were being investigated for murder when so many former terrorists were released under the Good Friday Agreement.


    Which patriots back in The Old Country will launch the campaign to set the soldier free?

    • Kenneth Charles 12:18 on November 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I’ll sign any petition I can find against this man’s arrest. Let them arrest all the killers and bombers that Blair let out, and that’s as likely as an Orange parade through the Vatican!


    • Billy King 15:14 on November 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Good for you, Ross.
      It’s an awful thing, that our government is going after our soldiers and letting all those IRA terrorists go free.


  • ross1948 22:46 on August 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bloody Sunday, , , , , , , , ,   

    ‘Bad Signal,’ Corbyn? “I Condemn What Was Done by The British Army…” 

    Asked again if he condemned the IRA, Mr Corbyn responded: “Look I condemn what was done by the British Army as well as the other sides as well. What happened in Derry in 1972 [Bloody Sunday] was pretty devastating as well.”



    ‘Bloody Sunday?’  Millions of pounds have been wasted on that episode, the ridiculous ‘enquiry’ demanded by disloyals and grovellingly granted by Blair.




    Blair is morally no better than Corbyn in the way he legitimised the Blood Beast Adams and his comrade-in-terror McGuinness, who, recall, used weasel words when given the chance to tell the truth on his behaviour that day in Londonderry.

    And to be fair, Blair is not significantly worse than Cameron, who issued an ‘apology’ for the shootings. If the riotous rabble had not flouted the law by engaging in an illegal march, there’d have been no shooting- except, probably, by McGuninness and the like.

    Before the soldiers of Support Company went into the Bogside he was probably armed with a Thompson sub-machine gun, and though it is possible that he fired this weapon, there is insufficient evidence to make any finding on this…

    And that’s because IRA/ Sinn Fein do not tell the truth about their outrages!

    God Save The Queen – God Damn John Major! 

    Hell, Adams is still denying he was IN the IRA! Cast-Iron Calls Obama – Let’s Get Adams Off the Hook! 

    Hence the fatal flaws in the ‘enquiry,’ which resulted in bizarre conclusions like this –

    … we are sure that he did not engage in any activity that provided any of the soldiers with any justification for opening fire.

    They got no straight answers from McGuinness, but they’re SURE?

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    • Armed terror gang leaders running around the streets provide no justification for military action? 

    Asked a final time if he condemns the IRA, Mr Corbyn replied “I feel we will have to take this up later you know” before his phone cut out because of a bad signal.  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11803090/Jeremy-Corbyn-could-undermine-Northern-Ireland-peace-process-if-he-becomes-Labour-leader-rival-claims.html

    Yeah, right!

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