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  • ross1948 1:42 am on November 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brexit betrayal, deadline extension, UK appeasement   

    No Ifs, No Buts, No Tricks – Get Britain Out! 


    On UK Pravda, this Sunday Jakarta morning, we heard from one BBC correspondent talking about how, as the Brexit deadline nears…

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    …the EUSSR might spring one of their ‘tricks’ – his word, not mine – to get around the promised time-limit to the wheeling and dealing that Bojo’s team are currently engaged in with Barnier.

    Brits are well aware of Johnson’s mendacity about deadlines and plenty of fisherfolk are bracing for one of his treacheries to be enacted on their industry too…

    Fishermen: EU 'Like Bully Who Steals Your Lunch', 'Expects You to Be Grateful for a Few Crumbs Back'

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    …remembering well how he lied that he would rather ‘die in a ditch’ than break his word – was it a year ago?

     Brexiteers have plent of constitutional experts to sound the alarm if need be.

    If the UK government lets Brussels pull a fast one, or rather collaborates, for they can’t do so without British connivance, then damn the lockdowns!

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    Mass protests!

     
  • ross1948 6:14 pm on October 8, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit betrayal, , , , security cooperation,   

    EU Anti-Terror Cooperation? Only If Bojo Sells Out! 


    It remains to be seen if there are even a handful of fragmentary vertebrae between Boris Johnson’s skull and waist, but I’d say it’s a waste of time to speculate, IF the latest report in the Guardian is accurate.

    The EU has since the start of the trade and security negotiation said that future cooperation on internal security would be conditional on a written commitment that the ECHR would continue to apply.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/oct/07/boris-johnson-set-to-make-compromise-on-human-rights-act-eu-sources

    ‘Internal Security,’ of course, means the fight against terrorism, and you’d think that after the Islamist atrocities in Paris…

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    …and Berlin, yes and Brussels too, even the lax leaderships in those cities might have just enough conscience NOT to make cooperation ‘conditional’ on Britain’s continued subservience to foreign law.

    Sadly, not so…

    One of the most abhorrent aspects of ‘Europe’ – and by that I don’t mean Europe….

    …but the EUSSR – is the arrogant intrusion of supranational commissars and courts into British criminal law. 

    We have long known that Brussels will, by their own admission, do all in its power to safeguard the most brutal evil-doers from paying the price they should.

    We also know that the ECHR is a menace.

    But its rancid liberalism was inserted into UK law in the ludicrous Human Rights Act, obliging one judge after another to make deranged rulings on all kinds of cases.

    Britannia Dolorosa – Sceptred Isle Now Garbage Dump – Thanks to ‘Human Rights Act’ 

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    ECHR…

    Those letters refer not only to the European Court of Human Rights but also to the European Convention on Human Rights, a body established well over half a century ago, by statesmen from across Europe, many, if not most, of whose governments had the death penalty embedded in their laws…

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    ….yet it somehow discovered that its codes prohibit that same penalty in any circumstances.

    You may like or dislike capital punishment, but it should be up to you, by your votes, to decide.

    Not a bunch of foreign ideologues, any more than it should be up to that ECHR court, which is infested by disciples of the billionaire meddler.

    https://aclj.org/human-rights/exposing-conflicts-of-interest-between-george-soros-funded-ngos-and-judges-on-the-european-court-of-human-rights-part-2

    Better to call them The Soros Squad!

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    Yet now we read that its malign sway will continue if Bojo does a dirty deal, by which, even if the ECHR’s direct dominion over the UK is technically ended, Bojo will bind Brit law to accord with its ‘spirit!’

    As recently as last month, it had been reported that the prime minister had been looking at weakening the hold of the Human Rights Act so as to curb its use by migrants and asylum seekers seeking to avoid deportation….

    But now?

    Johnson wants to stick with its ‘spirit?’

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    That’s an evil spirit which should be exorcised from Her Majesty’s realms and territories!

    Brexit was and is in most British eyes all about taking back control!

    We all heard Bojo say so!

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    But now?

    A UK government spokesman said: “The UK remains committed to the ECHR – we have been clear on that time and time again, including in parliament.“

    The swine has no spine!

     

     
    • Alfie Cooper 7:39 am on October 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      We expect negotiators to be hard-nosed but it is horrific that the EU would use security as a bargaining chip.

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  • ross1948 5:13 am on August 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: brecon radnor by-election, Brexit betrayal,   

    Brecon By-Election – The Secret of Success? 


    Before any UK LibDem readers ( I doubt I have many!) use my comments column to boast of their party’s ‘surge’ in yesterday’s Brecon and Radnor by-election..

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    ….may I offer a quote from an article on that contest published earlier this week, by the newspaper best-beloved by pinko creeps in the British Isles?

    ‘….there is no “bollocks to Brexit” on any Lib Dem leaflet, nor any mention of leaving the EU at all.’

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jul/29/lib-dems-quiet-bollocks-to-brexit-brecon-and-radnorshire-byelection

     
    • Vicki 6:54 am on August 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I read that whole Guardian article you quoted from, horrifying to read even a Liberal Democrat say she was ‘European first.’
      She puts the EU before her loyalty to Queen and Country and boasts about it?
      How could any British subject of Her Majesty vote for that?

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    • Mack the Knife 2:13 pm on August 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Lesson for Boris, work with Farage.
      And there’s at least one lesson for Ukip, do not split the vote again.
      It made no difference this time but in a general election, it could spell disaster.

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    • Ivor Lloyd-Jones 1:15 pm on August 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Not only did they soft-pedal their Brexitfobia but now they think they conned the voters, they are up to typical tricks.
      I noticed it, but so did the editor of Spiked.com who writes better than me.

      “After the EU elections in May, which the Brexit Party won, Remoaners said: ‘Ah, but if you add up all the votes for the various Remain parties, you’ll see that WE won!’
      Funnily enough no one’s saying that after yesterday’s by-election in Brecon and Radnorshire.”

      He’s right. Tory and Brexit Party voters outnumbered LibDem voters.

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  • ross1948 7:00 pm on December 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ‘people’s vote’, Brexit betrayal, , ,   

    Red Nazi Menace Looms If Referendum Re-Run! 


    While it’s undoubtedly true that not every individual who formed part of that Europhiliac rabble in London last weekend  – who, interestingly enough, assembled at the BBC HQ – was a card-carrying member of the Antifa Red Nazi gangster groups….

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    …a careful reading of the Guardian’s report  – link below – indicates that –

    A  – at least some of them were foul-mouthed morons whose placards exhorted anyone ( daft enough to notice their message) to –

    –                     “fuck fascism”….

    …which is certainly indicative of the low IQ level which characterises Red Nazi Antifa low-life lice.

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    B  – in true yellow-belly red nazi antifa style, ‘some had faces covered.’

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    And just in case any doubts remain, the Guardian strips away any pretence that all those creeps had turned out to express their views in democratic ways.

    Sources in antiracist groups have said some members were keen to find a way to block the opposing march.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2018/dec/09/esther-mcvey-says-she-would-consider-tory-leadership-bid-live-updates?page=with:block-5c0d034ce4b0bee792a04a35#block-5c0d034ce4b0bee792a04a35

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    None of the above surprised me nor should it surprise anyone familiar with the intolerance of the vermin class…sorry, millennial ‘progressive’ leftists.

    They hate free speech and fair play and are absolutely hostile to democratic values.

    And THAT is what must be borne in mind when girding up for any referendum re-run, if that much-discussed proposition should somehow come to pass.

    It is not just the brazen bias of much of the media, and the arrogant political elite with which British patriots must contend…

    Fuhrerin Merkel Sticks Nose into France, Jackboot into Greece

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    …but also the likelihood of Red Nazi thuggery.

    Fight the Good Fight will be no mere turn of phrase.

    5f918-britanniabyrexwoods

     
    • Scouse patriot 8:58 pm on December 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for this.
      We had a Merseyside event same day as the big protest in London.
      Our demo fizzled,but whether people went to London or could not be bothered or were intimidated by the red nazis, who knows?
      What we do know is the the far left were out here in large numbers, and were threatening to ‘kick ‘us off the streets of our own city,
      It was real storm troop stuff.

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    • Benedikt Martin 12:57 pm on December 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Be certain of the violence from antifa nazis.
      In Germany we see it all the time, because they fear to debate with AfD so must use criminal strategies of physical attack to stop their progress in elections.
      I do not think the antifa care specially if Britain is in or out of EU but the one thing they hate most of all is patriotism.
      So they will attack Brexit people and Brexit meetings.

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  • ross1948 7:30 am on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit betrayal, ,   

    May, The Brussels Lap-Bitch, Betrays Britain! 


    A total sell-out – that’s all we can say about Theresa May’s miserable betrayal of British democracy.

    You need only read what her very own statement says…

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    Brexit: Cabinet agrees ‘collective’ stance on future EU deal

    …to see for yourselves how she – and, to their shame, her ‘pro-Brexit’ ministers…

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    ….have surrendered to Juncker.

    Unless Boris Johnson and the rest (seven Cabinet ministers outvoted  by May and 19 collaborators, we read) resign by next week, they are ratting on all they have said about freedom and self-determination.

    The time for playing nice, for polite reservations rather than an absolute repudiation of her subversion of the very essence of ‘Get Britain Out,’ is now past.

    In truth it was past months ago.

    Now patriotic Brits must…

    =Hasil gambar untuk resist


    …by ANY means necessary.

     
    • Ted Gaines 11:25 am on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dont know what time it is where you are but any time of day I would give you a pat on the back for this.
      A more accurate appraisal of her character, and her yes-men’s character, I couldnt ask for.
      Revolutionary action, enough of fiddling while freedom burns.

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    • Karen Traynor 3:07 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, she is a bitch, as bad as Germany’Merkel in her treason to her country.
      There should be a trial, with the death penalty as an optional outcome.

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    • Ernie J 3:23 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Demonic creature, May.
      She is a traitor.
      What do we do with traitors?

      Lord Haw Haw, as you reported last year, was strung up.
      He wasn’t the first.
      He shouldn’t be the last.

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    • Graham Taylor 7:15 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Blunt but bang on!
      I never trusted those ‘Brexiteers’ in May’s cabinet.
      Johnson is not a man to let anything as troublesome as principles drag him down. I had hoped Davis might have quit to lead the resistance but I should have known better. Leadsom? Again, as my old Dad used to say, never trust a Tory.
      I am not the nervous kind but I felt a shudder when this surrender deal was made public.
      It will end badly, for them but for our country too, when democracy is spat on like this,

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    • Harvey Young 10:07 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Graham, your old Dad was a wise man. Never trust a Tory, never a truer word, and like it or not it was reading the Guardian that confirmed this here.
      https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jul/07/people-will-ask-does-brexit-have-any-point
      The long drawn out rigmarole with the vanishing red lines, the surrender one principle at a time, was ALL about persuading, or confusing the people into thinking ‘Does Brexit Have A Point.’

      Of course it does, it had when we voted and a real Brexit still has, because the balance of trade has always meant they need us more than we need them.

      After all the fake alarms about this and that, the ‘Brexit Bill’ we should have laughed out the door and demanded reparations instead, and the whinnying from a nothing country like the Irish Republic set on getting its pound of flesh, when May should have told them to man their own Euro-border if it was such big a deal to them, after all those planned distractions, of course people are asking what the point is,

      If the custom union isn’t to be over, if we are to align our laws to what their European Court tells us, if their people won’t have free movement just free mobility?
      The point is it’s NOT Brexit!
      She is a liar and a scoundrel.

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  • ross1948 3:41 pm on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit betrayal, , , , undermining EUSSR   

    Full Text – Brussels Insults UK With Degrading Terms! 


    In order for you to understand exactly how deep is the desire among the Euro-Commissars to maintain control of Britain in defiance of the people’s will, it’s important to read the details of the Enemy’s latest humiliating terms.

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    Rather than interpret them myself, I offer the link to a site which is NOT on Britain’s side, but which gives the text, and (reasonably clear) explanations, of Barnier’s diktat.

    https://www.politico.eu/article/brexit-negotiation-withdrawal-text-what-it-says-and-what-it-means/

    But I’m also offering part of another article I found, which, although the author, David Herszenhorn, is again not on the side of a sovereign realm, provides some good examples of how any British Government worthy of the name can put a spanner in the Brussels works for years…

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    …and teach those swine a lesson – that bullying does NOT pay!

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    In Brussels, a widely understood, if little discussed, secret is that the U.K. could wreak chaos on its way out of the EU… here are four ways the U.K. could exercise its veto power in the European Council (which it retains until Jacob Rees-Mogg’s pocket watch strikes 11 p.m. on March 29, 2019) to make mischief.

    YES!

    He lists the four-

    Redrawing the European Parliament- 

    That would wipe the sneer of Ghastly Guy’s fizzog!

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    No budging on the EU budget

    The EU’s annual budget requires unanimous approval, and so the U.K. could hold the bloc’s 2019 budget as a hostage in the final stages of the Brexit negotiations later this year

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    (Un)common security and defense policy

    Effectively all EU foreign policy decisions require unanimous approval in the Council, handing London wide-ranging veto authority.

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    Mind your language

    Any change to the EU’s language regime before Brexit will require the U.K.’s support…AND …The language issue is just an illustration of a much wider menu of institutional changes, appointments, and other intra-governmental decisions that could not be carried out without London’s support.

    And there’s one other course of action that could prove even more disruptive.

    I’ll let you check that out all by yourself, though to avoid disappointment, I have to forewarn hopeful readers that it does not involve bombing either Brussels or Dublin!

    Read them all in detail here…Brexiting bad: 5 ways the UK could go rogue …and remember, this guy is not a Brexiteer, not proposing fantastical, or impossible, means of doing what May should have promised to do…

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    ….if the EUSSR continues to seek to extort and/or thwart the British people on their chosen path to freedom.

    He doesn’t relish such a splendid fightback.

    But patriots from all around the United Kingdom, methinks, will!

     
    • Andy 5:43 pm on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for that information about Barriier’s impudence.
      And even more thanks for those ideas on how Britain could teach them a lesson.
      If only May had the courage to .threaten just a couple of panners.

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    • Petra Malley 7:07 pm on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I didn’t think there would be any ideas about an actual declaration of war, Ross, although I admit giving Dublin a taste of what their IRA gave to our cities has some allure.
      I wonder if the more practical use of the UK veto power, as above, has even crossed May’s mind?
      She is by nature a weak woman, no Thatcher, or anything near as stalwart as the Iron Lady, so I fear we won’t be seeing any serious counter-measures.

      If she is replaced by somebody like Mr. Rees-Mogg, it would be a different story, but once more, there are not enough Tories who care about their country.

      When it comes down to it, if that EU flag is still flying in five years, then direct action will have to be our recourse.

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    • Michael Cowie 7:12 pm on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Sometimes it’s better to let the sources you use speak for themselves and leave your OTT comments aside, Ross, though I admit you liven things up when you get going.
      This is very good, informative and those spanners May could chuck into the EU works are delicious.
      But will she dare to be brave for once in her miserable career?
      don’t think so.

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  • ross1948 6:21 pm on December 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit betrayal, , , , ,   

    The Silence Of The Sheep – Come Back Nigel! 


    We never expected any serious commitment to the people’s will from Theresa May.

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    Judas and Juncker

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    But what of those blustering ‘Brexit’ blowhards in her Cabinet.

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    Boris Johnson has not said a word against her sell-out, and given his U-Turn history…

    ….this is no surprise. Dave Davis has made himself complicit too.

    We’ll hear an occasional honest protest from a few brave back-benchers, but the moral of this dirty deal must surely be…

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    It’s time to bring back…I feel an urge to say ‘the death penalty for traitors,’ but no, not today…

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    …it’s time to bring back the one ‘Leave’ leader who can not only be trusted but  who can effectively communicate the case for freedom.

     

     
    • Jacko 8:42 pm on December 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That’ the ticket. Nigel and nobody lese can stop that woman.

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