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  • ross1948 07:59 on February 11, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Did Truss Border Blunder Delight Dublin? 


    Lavrov said, “Do you recognize Russia’s sovereignty over Rostov and Voronezh oblasts?” Truss said the UK would “never” do so – before the ambassador told her they’re not in Ukraine.. 




    So should Brits in Ulster now be on the alert in case Eire’s Foreign Minister asks her about where the Fourth Reich’s beloved soft border actually runs!?!

  • ross1948 23:04 on April 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    UN Flunkey Sutherland Shrills for Crimmigrants! 

    And the latest from The Local, the Channel Islands have become a crimmigrant target.



    I spent a lovely holiday there many years ago, in Jersey, and one of the ‘musts’ for tourists was to have a look at relics of the enemy occupation in WW2.

    The Germans were of course ejected in 1945, but now a new menace looms across the short stretch of water between the Isles and the French mainland.

    In Cherbourg, migrants have made around 400 attempts to get on boats at the port since the beginning of the year. That’s more than the number of attempts recorded for the whole of 2015.


    Methinks the crimmigrants should think again about incursions – Guernsey’s Chief Minister has said none are welcome there because the islanders wouldn’t put up with primitives. http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/02/07/guernsey-refuses-to-take-in-migrants-says-it-cant-because-locals-are-islamophobic/

    Meanwhile, on another, larger island, the repulsive Peter Sutherland, a citizen of Eire but more importantly a highly-paid flunkey of the United Nations, wants his fellow-countrymen and women to knuckle under if they’re invaded by undesirables.

    “It’s not good enough to say we can’t take them. If we can’t take them, what is your suggestion as to what is to be done? 

    SPOT ON!


    It has worked in Australia and is exactly what every European nation needs to do too.


    • Peter Sutherland
    Peter Sutherland 

    Please note, the swine Sutherland, notorious for his Bilderberg connections, and an occasional lackey of the Tri-Lateral Commission to boot, may purport to be mouthing his defeatist drivel on humanitarian grounds, but as exorcists say to demons…




    We Know Thee Who Thou Art!

    He sees the ‘migrant’ issue as not so much a matter of humanity but as a gift to a cause dear to his dark heart, subversion by multicult.  

    The EU should “do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states, the UN’s special representative for migration has said. Peter Sutherland told peers the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.   https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/06/25/multicult-or-else-bilderberger-spurs-eussr-to-erase-national-identities/

    Their future prosperity?

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    He’s the German Finance  Minister, BTW!

    It’s time people understood the UNHCR agenda.

    Big rotten fish like Sutherland are getting exposed, but what about all those little local piranha, on site, providing aid and comfort to the horde slavering to gate-crash the frontiers?

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    • No sooner did those three Afghans drown whilst attempting to break the law by  illegally crossing into Macedonia than we had some UNHCR bint feeding the media exactly the sort of crap they love.

    “The border restrictions imposed by the countries have forced people to take desperate actions.”http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/refugees-drown-greece-macedonia-hundreds-hunt-for-new-route-into-europe-a6930541.html

    Forced? Nobody marched them into the river at gun-point! 

    They could have shown respect for the laws of the countries they chose to gate-crash, they could have stayed put, as even Brussels rules require, or they could have headed back south – but they chose to listen to Mama Stasi Merkel’s siren-song!


    merkel danger


    Crimmigrants who come to grief indeed have only themselves to blame.

    But who would dispute that Merkel too has a lot of blood on her hands.



  • ross1948 09:59 on June 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Oesterreich – Sinn Und Unsinn 

    Sad to see two countries which were once combined in a great monarchy now needlessly falling out over the bludger issue.

    ‘Austria, sense and nonsense,’ my headline says.


    That sums up the news from a small but historically distinguished land this week, and the nonsense starts with back-biting in Vienna, where there is resentment that Hungary is bravely resisting the ‘asylum’ tsunami.

    “Hungary’s decision is completely unacceptable for us,” Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner said on Austria’s ORF radio station, adding that “we do not rule out border controls as a last resort.”



    That would involve passport checks on the Austrian-Hungarian border – something that ended when the two countries implemented the Schengen agreement on border-free travel nearly a decade ago.

    Schengen has turned out to be a mill-stone around the neck, subverting security for everyone.

    Better, surely, to beef up security on borders – if undesirables get through one, then they may not get through the next. The more controls, the better. Not least in Austria,  to stop the flow of fresh snouts into Austrian tax-payers’ pockets, from the same Balkan areas whence the bludgers are invading Hungary.




    After all… 

    Austria itself stopped processing asylum requests this month, in an effort to pressure other EU states to do more to help absorb waves of refugees.  Austria warns Hungary it may retaliate in row over migrants

    …Austria herself is in near as dire straits as Hungary!

    And while the Federal Government may lack the sense to join Budapest’s defiance of the EUSSR, Austrian provinces are less craven. They’re sensibly standing up to Vienna!

    Austrian provincial governments are refusing to meet quotas for housing asylum seekers, leaving the federal government struggling to limit and deal with the migrant influx. 


    Easy way to solve that problem! 

    Austria had 21,000 asylum requests in the first five months of 2015 alone, this compared to around 17,000 requests in all of 2013 and 28,000 in 2014. .http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/06/24/defiant-no-more-cowed-hungary-retreats-from-indefinite-suspension-of-eu-asylum-rules/

    All Europe is reeling from the alien onslaught.

    Solidarity is required, against the onslaught and against the EUSSR, whose communist spokesman, Mogherini, has told the intruders they will NEVER be expelled against their will. She and her collaborator kind are the enemy within – why should small civilised countries fall out amongst themselves?

    Austria should applaud Hungary’s stand and, in a spirit of good neighbourliness, start a programme of large-scale deportations, sharing intel, trucks and armed personnel, to load up unwanted foreign wasters and trundle them down the road, to Serbia. And they should guarantee assistance to the Serbs, to see the deportees across Serbia, and into Greece or Bulgaria.

    And then?

    • map-of-greece
    • I reckon Bulgarians and Greeks ( and by that I mean the people, not the politicians) would warmly welcome an extension of this convoy until the illegals who crossed from Turkey are all back there. 

    A tall order? Maybe so.

    But what a grand vision, the nations of Europe joining in a show of unity in defence of their heritage, quite starkly different from the ‘unity’ imposed by the anti-nation elite of the EUSSR.


    Meanwhile, as a footnote, Austria above all ought to be aware of the anti-democratic  impulses that motivate Brussels. Who’s going to forget how the EurocRats viciously turned on Austria when Austrians dared vote for a patriot party, and that party thus earned inclusion in a ruling coalition? 




    Brussels slapped sanctions on a member state!   BBC News | EUROPE | EU threat to Austria


    Yes, the ‘friendly family’ of the EUSSR applied sanctions against little Austria because the supranational establishment didn’t like how the Austrian people practised democracy.

    So why should any Austrian, or any patriot anywhere, respect the ranting of Commissar Juncker or his comrades today?


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