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Roger Hallam, who looks, if you had never seen him before, exactly as you’d expect…except for the absence of fangs!

Roger Hallam “claimed that flying was bad for any ‘vaguely moral person in this society’ and also compared using planes to ‘eating meat…’ “


As a teen and 20-something, I used rail travel to see Europe.

Nowadays, everyone’s horizons have broadened and youngsters can see the world – if they can find cheap flights.


Some of Hallam’s gang have even demanded that the UK Government impose a totalitarian ‘rationing’ system, two flights a year max, or was it one flight per two years?


Frigging retards!


To deprive young folk,  or indeed the rest of us, of the joy of travel is outrageous.


I’m off to Oz next month, to see those most important to me, AND I intend to fly as often as I can afford to in the year ahead, AND to be as carniverous as I can…



One of my favourites!

…but then I’ve always done that!

Already I’m savouring those Aussie Meat Pies!


  • ross1948 19:38 on November 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: boycotts, fight big business foe, kneelers, Nike   

    Nike’s Nasty Kneeler- The Boycott Biting? 

    We recently had one of our commenters tell of possible confusion over the number of companies and products that deserve to be boycotted.

    Fair comment.


    This concern is perfectly understandable, because there are just so many corporate entities seeking to use their commercial power to boost bad causes…

    …against people whose political opinions offend the Media-Democrat Party in America, or the matching left-liberal elites in the UK and other countries…


    elite arrogance-s

    …that I get it – keeping track of whom to abhor can be a tad overwhelming.

    However, when even the enemy media reports that one such campaign is paying off for patriots….

    More Reason To Boycott Nike! 


    Shares of Nike tumbled early Tuesday on worries the sport goods giant’s new marketing campaign around Colin Kaepernick could harm sales.


    ..be not confused nor faint of heart!


    Rejoice and redouble your efforts.

    • Asti Gorden 22:11 on November 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Godd to know tha Nike is getting blow-back for its affinity for the kneeling creep.
      You always encourage us and inform us when big business needs to be punished for its bad choices.
      I try to adjust my shopping habits whenever I can but sometimes iit is just not that easy.
      The main thing is to try.


    • Fiona 20:06 on November 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What is needed is a comprehensive list of businesses that support enemy causes.


  • ross1948 21:03 on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , airbrib, , boycotts, , Lyft, ,   

    Skip Starbucks! Avoid Airbrib! Don’t Accept Lyfts From Strange Men! 

    I can buy a nice hot coffee for Rp.3000 in downtown Jakarta – that’s US 30 cents, more or less.

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    There’s lots of guys (and gals) on street corners who offer such a cheap and cheerful drink, although without fancy furnishings – you get to sit on a plastic stool on the pavement!




    Or walk into the nearest warung or warteg, modest premises with basic tables and chairs – same price. 


    There are many  fancier places around.


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    I like JCO, where my coffee will set me back Rp.15,000 with a free doughnut thrown in! They also have both indoor seating and outdoor, which makes life  pleasant for us smokers.


    And then there’s Starbucks, which sells coffee no better than JCO’s (or KFC’s or Mcdonalds’) but whose management seems determined to peddle left-liberal politics.

    We have noted this before.

    Jangan Ke Starbucks Lagi! Tolak ‘Gay’ Marriage! (Bahasa Inggris/Bahasa Indonesia) 

    And again today.

    Starbucks pledges support for migrants after Trump ban

    Their boss, Howard Schulz, is a notorious Obamanoid.

    He is determined to oppose President Trump’s key and popular policy.


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    Schulz has declared himself in favour of…


    “Building bridges, not walls, with Mexico…”

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    It’s not just Starbucks, of course.

    A ride-sharing company named Lyft  – apparently it operates only in the USA  – has just made a huge donation – A MILLION DOLLARS – to the most ferocious Enemy Within, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)


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    Very strange behaviour for a business.

    We know what ACLU is for…and against!


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    The red/pink/yellow elements are boycotting Uber because that company prefers to serve customers… 

    Boycott Targets Uber for Not Joining Strike in Protest of Trump Travel


     No patriot should EVER use Lyft again

    Another outfit with wich I am not familiar, Airbrib, is jumping in with another rich leftist. CEO Brian Chesky, asking those stranded by Trump’s ban to contact him for a place to stay. “Closing doors further divides US.”
    “Not allowing countries or refugees into America is not right, and we must stand with those who are affected.”

    Starbucks, Airbnb pledge support for migrants after US travel ban

    So here’s a good question to ask yourself, if you want to rent a place to stay when you’re away from home (that’s what their business is about)


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    • Carmen Anneka 02:08 on February 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      ACLU has always been bad news for America and if Lyft is funding them now, never more will i even think about using them.
      And I don’t use Starbucks, not since they signed to the ‘gay agenda.

      I wish you could compile a list of these enemy companies, or point me to where I could find them.

      Sometimes we are stuck with no choice but to use them because there is no alternative.
      Even then, though, there are ways of teaching them a lesson. You just need to be creative.


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