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  • ross1948 14:10 on January 23, 2023 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brexit sell-out, , ,   

    Rishi Readies Brexit Betrayal? So Predictable! 

    What was it we wrote just a few days ago?

    About alien meddling?



    And now?

    The Telegraph has been told the Prime Minister is exploring a pact that will retain a role for European judges in Northern Ireland https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2023/01/21/rishi-sunak-considers-brexit-compromise-risks-conflict-mps/

    We know ‘Diversity’ Sunak is not any kind of conservative…


    New ‘Diversity Built Britain’ coin unveiled by Rishi Sunak
    Rishi Sunak proudly flashes his ‘diversity’ 50p piece

    …but is he selling out even earlier than intended…

    No Sell-Out = No Biden? Stand Firm! 


    …just to ensure The Dotard soils Ulster with his senile presence in April?

  • ross1948 15:19 on December 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brexit sell-out, , war is over   

    Farage’s Folly – The War Goes On! 

    As one of my commenters usefully pointed out, even a reporter with Australia’s often awful ABC rightly said that the deal done by Bojo and the Brussels Empire allows Continental fishing boats to ‘plunder British waters‘ for FIVE more years.


    So much for Bojo’s triumphalist braggadocio about a ‘sovereign coastal nation?’ 



    But what else did the UKPM say?

    Boris Johnson was asked at a press conference about the declaration that the ‘war’ was over, and didn’t seem to be very impressed by it.

    He said: ‘The EU was – and is – an extraordinary concept.



    Certainly it WAS ALWAYS a ‘concept’ extraordinarily inimical to the rights of nations to self-government.

    Bojo kept gibbering.

    It was born out of the agony of the Second World War and founded by idealistic people….


    Oh Yeah?

    What did the most prominent ‘idealist’ say?

    “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening.

    “This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”

    • =JeanMonnetREX_468x719
      • Jean Monnet, the supranationalist swine exalted by Fourth Reich fanatics
      • =
      • Read the above link and learn about Spaak the BelgianNazi, another ‘hero’ to Europhiliacs!

      • ====

    But Bojo chunters on.

    ..In many ways it was – and is – a very noble enterprise, so I don’t recognise the kind of language that you talk of.

    He’s talking about Nigel Farage’s language, but we’ll get to Nigel soon enough! 



    Oh Yeah?

    ‘Was and IS?’


    The EUSSR was quite long ago identified for what it ‘was…’ 


    Hasil gambar untuk bukovsky Brussels

    Former Soviet Dissident Warns Of EU Dictatorship



    Will Fake ‘NGOs’( EU-Funded!) Meddle In EU Election? 


    Europe’s Public Enemy Number 1 – But Timmermanns Ain’t Alone! 

    Related image

    Drunkard Juncker may have gone but his VP, Timmermans the Terrible, has not!

    Frans Timmermans, the Dutch vice-president of the European Commission, said that “diversity was the future of the world,” and that Eastern European nations would just have to “get used to that.”   http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/hungary/11893375/=

    ….and it ‘IS’ getting worse, bullying any member-state governments that dare stand for REAL European values.

    Johnson should NOT be praising the Brussels Empire.

    He purports to be an admirer of Churchill, who never turned his back on the captive peoples whom the Third Reich had in its grip…



    ..so Johnson should be emulating Churchill, offering hope and solidarity wherever there’s resistance to Fourth Reich misrule.

    It’s the very least any British Government can and should do, because EVERYONE understands that these damnable negotiations have dragged on for four years PURELY because Brussels wants every other nation to fear to reach for freedom, as The Drunkard once made clear..



    The Euro-Commissars made everything as awkward, as tortuous, as possible, not because they especially hate the idea of British independence, although many of them do…




    …but to put off any aspirant freedom-fighters in France, or Italy, or any other nation.

    Now what about Nigel Farage?

    Nigel Farage,

    ‘…the people beat the politicians….’


    No, the people gave the politicians a hard time, and forced them to do a lot of shape-changing but the war is far from won.

    FARAGE should be saying what I’m saying.

    We pro-Brexit folks are not narrow, insular xenophobes.

    We believe every nation has the right to self-determination.

    So Farage should NOT be saying that the ‘war is over!’

    Nigel Farage declares ‘the war is over’ after Brexit deal struck


    Bojo’s Dirty Deal is, as I suspected, indeed predicted, standing up badly to close inspection.


  • ross1948 14:18 on December 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Another Christian Holiday Tainted By Betrayal? 

    ‘You don’t want to miss the headlines by declaring a deal in the middle of the night.’



    For once, I’d say the BBC has accurately reported how Johnson thinks.

    That quote, more or less, was how their correspondent in Brussels described the ‘deal’ that UK Pravda has been drooling over, and if UK Pravda drools, honest Brits should shiver.



    It’s all very reminiscent of that ‘Good Friday’ sell-out, which brought evil terrorists into the heart of government, the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang taking ministerial portfolios in Stormont.



    Now it looks like Christmas Day may be subjected to permanent association in patriot minds with some similar, almost sacrilegious, misappropriation by a government which was elected to ‘Get Brexit Done’ –

     – and which, I feel in my bones, will turn out to be another Bojo u-turn, a betrayal which will need an energised resistance, hard to come by as the UK languishes stricken and locked down by the Chinese Virus.

    • Fiona F 15:35 on December 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      We have to wait but I share your forebodings.


    • Holly Jones 21:36 on December 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      That ‘Bad Friday’ deal was a wicked thing and this Xmas Eve deal of Johnson’s is not as horrific as the Blair deal, tne one that let terrorists go unpunished and put the IRA into power, able to veto whatever they dont like.

      Even so, there is a lot that’s wrong with it. I’m listening to Johson now, saying that we can get more than half the fish in OUR waters.
      And he thinks that is a triumph of taking back control, and independent coastal state?
      It’s not the Brexit freedom we voted for.


    • Edward Lamont 22:09 on December 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      A noble enterprise, says Johnson today.
      He is deceitful because he knows about how and why it was launched, and he is therefore just as bad as Monnet and Schuman and Spaak.


  • ross1948 10:00 on December 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brexit sell-out, fishing   

    Bojo MUST Slap Down Brussels Arrogance! 

    As we wait to see if Britain holds firm, an increasingly doubtful outcome….



    the European Union’s Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, told EU ambassadors in Brussels on Tuesday that divisions over fisheries in the Brexit negotiations remain, Reuters reported.

    Barrier described the latest offer on sharing out fish catches from 2021 as “totally unacceptable”. The EU is willing to cut the value of fish caught in UK waters by around 25 percent, while Britain is demanding a 30-35 percent cut, said a diplomat.  UK fisheries offer ‘totally unacceptable’ for EU (euobserver.com)

    NB- the key words –

    ‘…caught in UK waters…’


    If Bojo doesn’t tell these arrogant swine to get stuffed, he should resign.

  • ross1948 22:01 on November 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit sell-out, Dominc Raab, UK fisheries   

    How Do We Know When Raab Is Lying?His Lips Move! 


    Pressed if Britain would compromise on fishing, Mr Raab told The Andrew Marr Show: ‘No…

    ….we’re going to be an independent coastal state but we’ll take the best interests of the UK on board.


    Image result for raab fisheries


    ‘We’re not going to be locked in to a set of EU rules targeted and tailored towards the best interests of the Europeans…

    …and actually it’ll be a compromise.’ 

    WATCH: Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on The Andrew Marr Show

    My thanks to Brexit Central for this.

    No, Britain won’t compromise…BUT...It’ll be a compromise?

    Raab so quickly conjures up that pearl of wisdom…


    • Mack the Knife 22:19 on November 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If that’s all in a BBC video, it has to be played over and over again, until Johnson fires Raab.

      Not for selling out after all the promises, because then Johnson would have to fire himself, but for giving the game away so clownishly.


    • Fiona 22:22 on November 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I honestly thought Raab was honest.
      How deluded I was.
      Thanks for this. It will be spread far and wide.


    • Pamela 23:11 on November 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      He should resign, caught by his own duplicity.


    • JazPen 06:47 on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Open andshut case, this one.
      If politicians can’t be honest, at least they shouldn’t be that stupid.


  • ross1948 21:02 on November 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brexit sell-out, , , , Tory remainers   

    Brexiteers Should Target Bojo’s Collabos! 

      I see that the UK Telegraph ( according to the BBC!) has a report that the Brexit Party may pull out of ‘hundreds’ of constituencies next month, ‘in order not to split the Leave vote…, 

    • Mack The Knife 21:57 on November 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I have been a BP supporter from the start, even though Farage has got some very flaky leftists in his crowd. If he doesn’t stop wasting time on pipe-dreams, he is going to lose me and a lot of other people too. As you say, there are other parties we can move to.
      In the end, if Brexit is betrayed, it will not be down to party politics at all.
      The streets will be the war-zone.


    • Diana 21:33 on November 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Rees Mogg and all the so-called Spartans have reneged on their support for Brexit and instead support Johnson’s dishonest deal.
      I have swithered a bit on this but after thinking it over, I hope the Brexit Party will fight all of them!


  • ross1948 17:29 on October 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-witch-hunt law, , Brexit back-stop, Brexit sell-out, , ,   

    Witch-Hunt Ban Depends On Talks With Terror Fans? 


    So instead of ‘getting it done,’ as in his mantra ‘Get Brexit Done,’ Bojo’s government has dropped the ban on witch-hunts against HM’s armed forces, which we were led to expect in the next round of legislation?



    So much for ‘Soldier F,’ and for every other veteran of the wars against savages, who could be sacrificed on the altar of appeasement.

    The assertion by the ‘government source’ reported by the BBC, that –

    We are determined to make progress and legislate on the issue of legacy prosecutions”

    rings more than a little hollow when we read the rest of their report, viz.

    “…the Northern Ireland Office has consulted on the question of legacy prosecutions and the government is engaging with the main parties in Northern Ireland, MPs in Westminster and wider society across Northern Ireland to reach a broad consensus…


    A broad consensus?’

    ’Engaging with the main parties in Northern Ireland…?’



    That plainly means a ‘consensus’ which includes Blood Beast Adams’ Sinn Fein, which, loathsome though those disloyal scum may be, are indisputably one of ‘the main parties in Northern Ireland.’

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    France 24’s “Debate” Features Jew-Bashing Convicted Terrorist! 

    Hasil gambar untuk martina anderson MEP

    Found this via Google Search – which one’s Evil Anderson?

    And Sinn Fein is infested with unrepentant terrorists!

    Mr. Speaker, Sir – You’re the Scum of the Earth! 

    The Daily Telegraph confirms that ‘Johnson had promised to end the witch hunt of soldiers over historic allegations..’ and adds that his climb-down has provoked ‘the disgust of former soldiers…’

    But the Telegraph has ‘sources’ too, which ‘insist Mr Johnson had wanted to include a new law that would have given extra protection to troops…


    …but was deterred by his own policy advisers within Downing Street…

    So no dying in a ditch to help good soldiers who risked exactly that fate, literally not figuratively…


    …in the war against cowardly terrorists.

    Never forget, the IRA filth gleefully shot British troops in the back and engaged in brazen racist ethnic cleansing against the Ulster-British.

    The IRA’s ‘political wing’ gloried in such atrocities.

    How many of those Downing Street policy advisers give a tinker’s cuss about justice?

    No member or former member of the UK’s Armed Services should be punished for shooting Sinn Fein/IRA scumbags.

    How many of Bojo’s viziers, we also must enquire, in view of the rumours of a ‘back-stop’ sell-out, give a damn about Ulster?


    • Billy King 18:03 on October 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Three cheers for you, Ross!
      You always do right by Ulster.
      I wish we could say the same for the Tory Party.
      How many other promises is ‘Bojo’ going to break if his ‘policy advisers’ tell him to?


    • William Johnston 22:23 on October 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If Johnson lets us down on this then I am beginning to shiver at what kind of let-down we are facing when he reveals what he’s offered up to Brussels.
      Like you, I have never trusted him but I thought he had put himself out on a limb far enough that he couldn’t crawl back.
      God help us and God help Ulster especially if he has ‘Done a May.’
      Then God help him at the election which is coming up soon!


  • ross1948 18:49 on June 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit sell-out, ,   

    Hong Kong Tonight – A Glimpse Of Britain’s Tomorrow? 

    What horrific scenes on our tv screens, hundreds of thousands of righteously angry citizens confronting politicised police as Hong Kong’s legislators sell out a population they plainly do not represent!

    Power to the People!

    Has anyone in the United Kingdom felt a shiver, a sense of how that righteous rage may soon need to be replicated at, or indeed against, the Palace of Westminster?


    There too, in the UK, those in power have declared their readiness openly to despise democracy.

    A pusillanimous parliament has – albeit narrowly – approved a pre-emptive back-stab, binding ANY British Government locked in confrontation with the Brussels Empire.


    clean break


    That classic betrayal, ruling out a Clean-Break Brexit, clearly hands victory to Britain’s enemies.

    If you’re told you MUST reach a deal, that you may not walk away, then that makes it plain, to whomsoever you’re negotiating with…



    ….in this case the arrogant European ruling class, that they have a free hand to impose WHATEVER deal they think fit, subject only to however the twisted minds of the ECJ may interpret its terms and conditions.

    I hope when the Brexit crunch comes, as it will, sooner rather than later, the British people will match the fury and the courage we see in Hong Kong.

    • Noreen Paterson 19:13 on June 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I hope Brits will fight as hard as those Hong Kong people are fighting. When a parliament betrays the people, there’s no option left except armed resistance.
      The citizens of Hong Kong, like those of the UK, have been virtually disarmed by gun legislation, so now they are bare-handed, facing rubber bullets and tear gas.
      They fight on and I hope British resistance will be as brave.


    • Mack the Knife 20:06 on June 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I feel sorry for the Hong Kong demonstrators.
      We should never have given HK to Communist China. Now they are up against it, and those MPs
      In their parliament collaborating with Beijing.

      Same in Britain, just as you say.
      Too many of ‘our’ MPs are on the side of our enemies, including a lot of the Tories.
      The one in the news today is Oliver Letwin. Didn’t you write about Letwin before, how he was a real weasel that u-turned on sensible things he said when he was honest, that the liberals found out about and started moaning about?
      He and Corbyn and the rest are trying to handcuff UK negotiators again. I was just reading about it.


    • Vanessa R 22:43 on June 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Correct, Mack.
      I remember that Letwin story. He grovelled and crawled.


      Ross got it summed up nicely.


  • ross1948 14:14 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'cross-community'o, , Brexit sell-out, , , Sinn Fein veto,   

    Malignant May Offers Sinn Fein A New Back-Stop Veto! 

    I subjected myself to watching May’s pathetic speech…

    …in which she spewed forth her latest grovel-scheme and I carefully noted her new nonsense about the ‘back-stop.’

    She must have known from the get-go that her appeasement of our enemies in Eire would subvert any deal..



    ….hence my belief that she herself deliberately set out to sabotage Brexit.

    But many people might have missed the shameful phrase that popped up among her weasel words.

    As reported on the BBC, she had originally pledged in January, I think, to “seek the agreement of the Northern Ireland Assembly,” for any additions to her sell-out in Ulster, a completely empty pledge, because….


    …. ‘Westminster was only required to seek agreement, not to get it.’ 


    ‘This has now been toughened up.’

    Oh Yeah?

    “The Northern Ireland Assembly and Executive will have to give their consent on a CROSS-COMMUNITY basis for new regulations which are added to the backstop.”

    My capitals – important, because that terminology ‘ means that a simple majority vote of the assembly would not be enough.’

    In other words, as so often like her predecessors, like the architects of sell-out, Major and Blair, May is giving equal weight to the wishes of those loyal to Queen and Country, the unionists, and to the disloyal vermin of Sinn Fein, the scum who glorify Blood-Beast Adams and the late louse Martin ‘Murder’ McGuinness..



    She’s reiterated the Major/Blair refusal to include the basic democratic principle of majority rule in the governance of British Ulster..

    Typically the BBC seems more concerned about unionists exploiting this veto power, but that should be their right, if they feel they face an existential crisis, as they should, with Traitrix May at Number Ten!

    What is grossly offensive is the blithe, almost casual way the Demon of Downing Street (not for much longer, we all pray!) hands the power of veto to the evil republicans…


    Why should terrorists hold veto power?


    …who wish nothing but the destruction of the United Kingdom and the incorporation of all Ulster into the alien republic currently run by Juncker’s mincing little buddy Varadkar.


    .Related image

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

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs


    May doesn’t give a tinker’s cuss about Ulster.

    The BBC does, however, draw attention to the flimsy nature of May’s ostensible ‘promise,’ viz.

    What would happen if Stormont did veto any addition to the backstop is not entirely clear.

    All we can say for sure is that there is a mechanism in the Withdrawal Agreement that ultimately allows the EU to take “appropriate remedial measures” if the UK does not update the backstop.  .https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-48359882

    ‘Appropriate remedial measures?’

    AKA – Coercion and Intimidation by their robed hit-men on the ECJ?

    • Billy King 15:26 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We’re used to it, Ross, but nice to see you remind our fellow-British on the mainland how unfairly we get treated and the worst part is the different voting system, fixed to make sure that at least one of our 3 elected members is always a disloyal enemy of Ulster.

      I just heard that even though we vote today, our results are held back again, till after the weekend because a lot of the Continentals do their voting on Sunday!
      It is just a wee bit frustrating, keeping us in the dark like that.


      • Laurel Mathers 20:23 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Right you are, Billy, and it’s called discrimination, except when the loyal Ulster people get different voting rules from everybody else in the UK.
        As for Sinn Fein-IRA getting a veto as a free gift from May, what does any of us expect? She is a monster with no principles.


  • ross1948 12:41 on March 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit sell-out, , , ,   

    Don’t Grieve For That Remainer Millionaire! 

    Despite the fake ‘pro-Brexit’ Theresa May’s expressions of solidarity with her fellow-Remainer MPs…




    …the noisome filthy-rich Dominic Grieve MP lost the confidence of his local Conservative Party members, who voted against him last night by a significant majority.


    A good thing too, because he is one of the most bitter Europhiliacs in the House of Commons.

    But plenty of worthless wallies at Westminster are weeping and wailing on the ratbag’s behalf.

    These parliamentarians seem to regard it as shocking that mere commoners dare suggest upper-crust arrogants like Grieve – reported to be worth 3,000,000 pounds sterling ten years ago…

    british money

    …,and probably more today! – that swells who are inexplicably given the job of representing them, do not in consequence have a lifetime contract.

    If a man is hired, he can also be fired. The man Grieve will not starve, and that’s for sure!

    It is VERY telling, about Theresa the Appeaser’s true feelings towards the Brussels Empire, that she has urged a ‘Hands Off Remainiac Rats’ policy on her party’s rank and file.

    NB –

    May wants Grieve and all the other collaborationist ‘Conservatives’ left unhindered by democratic action in their various constituencies, left in peace to focus their malevolent attentions on their war on British independence.



    She was a Remainer throughout the referendum campaign.

    She has not changed.


    • Sammy Farn 20:25 on March 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Rich Are Different.
      So it has been said and even if it isn’t always so, it is a fact that the big business lobby, the House of Lords parasites and the foreign billionaire Soros are all in the Remainer movement together.
      Now you tell us, and thanks for telling us, this Grieve is another drip dripping with cash.
      Honest British working people get kicked in the teeth and called every kind of dog’s abuse, far right, xenophobes, you name it, for defying that lot and wanting to live in a free country.
      We do need a national revolutionary party.


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