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  • ross1948 10:36 pm on March 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit, David Henig, , Matthew O’Toole, ,   

    Last-Gasp Remain-Rats Exploit Corona…AND 

     We all knew that the Remainiacs’ malevolent desperation to keep Britannia shackled to Fuhrerin Ursula’s chariot was near enough mindless, but now we need to be clear.

    It is conscienceless too.



    How else can we describe the obviously orchestrated invocation of the corona crisis as a last-gasp excuse to obstruct British national liberation?

    Where else but The Guardian need we look for a vast expanse of column inches devoted to the Fifth Column? Yet the dearth of Europhiliac big-names in their lengthy piece is telling.



    Instead we are treated to the ‘wisdom’ of a nonentity – how many of you, how many Brits anywhere, have even heard the name of ‘trade expert David Henig,’ who ‘is among those calling for a rethink.’

    I certainly hadn’t, so I did what a smart fellow should do – I vetted him!

    Turns out he was formerly a ‘civil servant’ but is now employed as a senior apparatchik with the ‘European Centre for International Political Economy.’

    The ECIPE is based, guess where, in Brussels!

    It openly boasts of its globalist agenda – a ‘progressive reduction of barriers to the movement of goods, services, capital and people across borders…’


    Henig’s soul-mates?


    I don’t see how you can realistically, by the end of June, make a decision on how trade talks are going,” he said.

    Let’s just get the basics out the way, David.

    Once the EUSSR drops its arrogant demand for the British people and parliament to bow to the European Court of Justice, under ANY circumstances, trade talks can be handled.



    The Brussels Empire’s refusal to accept that disputes be settled by impartial international arbitration rather than their own judge-jerks (who are bound by their own rules to give regard to the interests of the EU ) blocks any prospect of progress.


    Oh, yes, we had an ‘AND’ in our headline, didn’t we?

    It’s that little revelation towards the end of the Guardian article, disclosing that Theresa the Appeaser…


    ..during her long sell-out bargaining with Brussels, had an asp clasped to her bosom.

    Matthew O’Toole, a former adviser to Theresa May who is now an SDLP politician in Northern Ireland’s assembly, agreed. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/mar/14/calls-to-extend-eu-transition-period-as-europe-fights-coronavirus

    What the HELL was an adherent of the SDLP doing ‘advising’ any British Prime Minister?

    SDLP? Are They Really Any Different From Sinn Fein? 

    That party has for decades worked for the same treasonous objective, the transfer of the British people of Ulster to Dublin rule.

    They should be ‘persona non grata’ in  Street or any office inhabited by those who claim to be loyal to Queen and Country.


    Sent from my iPad
  • ross1948 1:07 pm on March 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit, , , McCord, , vexatiou, welfare cheats   

    A Question On St.Patrick’s Day! 

    Six years ago, my headline was not terribly inspiring…

    St. Patrick’s Day – Snakes Gone, Leeches Aplenty! 

    …but it introduced an interesting report.

    Hence today, another St. Patrick’s Day, here’s another report on an on-going leech scandal!



    Why Is Ulster’s Best-Known Welfare Bum Worried?

    Remember Raymond McCord, who launched a legal challenge to Bojo on the grounds that ‘turmoil’ might ensue if the PM were in breach of the Bad Friday Deal?


    Image result for ray mccord


    We wrote about his tax-funded blethering a couple of times last year, when he got legal aid to go after Brexit, among other things….

    …and we were curious because of his record. 

    In 2014 McCord was convicted of benefit fraud, pleading guilty to thirteen counts totalling £69,000 in mis-claimed housingbenefit, incapacity benefit and industrial injury reduced earnings allowances. He was given a sentence of 18 months imprisonment, suspended for three years.

    Disgraceful parasite!


    Now more people are asking questions.

    TUV’s Jim Allister and DUP MPs Gregory Campbell and Carla Lockhart have submitted Freedom of Information (FoI) requests about the level of assistance he has received.

    Their involvement emerged as Mr McCord was granted permission to challenge a decision to release the funding details.


    How odd!

    Why is this unpleasant ex-con so shy about how much his litigious antics have cost decent people who do honest work for a living?

    Mrs Justice Keegan ruled he has established an arguable case his personal data would not be disclosed while a complaint process is under way.

    Very arguable!

    The creep in Ulster lost his court case against Brexit.


    And I strongly suspect that most British people – especially those in British Ulster – agreed with me when I urged that ‘he should be made to pay not only his own side’s costs but also every pound drained from the public purse to defeat the swine.’

    I suppose St. Patrick’s Day this year will be subdued, due to the Corona Crisis.

    It’s to be hoped decision-makers will use some of that ‘quiet time’ to make up their minds that the total tax largesse lavished on McCord should become public knowledge.

    Don’t you think so too?

    • Billy King 8:08 pm on March 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It’s very very quiet everywhere today, Ross, so you have it right, there’s time enough for people to think about things.
      If they’re in a mood for celebration they will not want to think about that sponger.
      Most of us think McCord is a sack of manure.


  • ross1948 8:36 pm on March 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit, , , Starmer   

    Starm-Troupers, Still Fighting For Fourth Reich? 

    Having briefly recognised reality, purported to embrace democracy, that K. Starmer fellow has now revealed his unrepentant collabo character, scheming…


    …to have the UK rejoin the Fourth Reich!

    And though he says, ever so sly, that it’s for his children to decide, sneakily suggesting we might wait a generation before we see another drive to re-shackle Britannia to the Brussels yoke..

    …the truth is he’s well into middle-age, so his kids must now be adults of voting age!


    So if he ever comes to power, stand by for another campaign to chain the UK to the vile ‘European Project.’


    Sent from my iPad
    • Edward Lamont 10:33 pm on March 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Clever headline!
      These Remainers are beyond a joke, though , and beyond redemption.
      Boris has four years in Downing Street.
      He should get on with rooting out the Europhiles from public broadcasting and in the schools, otherwise the indoctrination will just go on as it did all the time we were in the EU. Without all the brain-washing, the other side would never have got so near to winning the referendum vote.


  • ross1948 11:00 am on March 4, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit, , , unlimited travel offer   

    Limited Access To Air Asia’s ‘Unlimited Travel’ Offer? 

    It’s quite difficult to travel to and fro if one feels the need to boycott certain airlines, but as I’ve said before…

    Boycotts Of Bad Businesses Ain’t Always Easy – Just Do Your Best! 

    …boycotts were never meant to be exercises in masochism.


    Tony Fernandes.jpg

    In March 2012, Tony Fernandes served on the International Advisory Board of Global March to Jerusalem, which aims to “mobilize the international community in solidarity with Palestinians and to protect Jerusalem

    But after what I wrote about that Air Asia potentate a couple of years ago…

    AirAsia’s Malaysian Joins Europhile “In”-Crowd – Go Fly Yourself, Tony! 


    …..I was interested to read of his current difficulties in an article in Traveller.com.

    But even more interesting was this!

    AirAsia X is offering unlimited international flights for a year for just 499 ringgit ($A181) as the coronavirus hits passenger numbers.

    A grand opportunity, for sure!

    However, don’t go rushing off to your nearest Air Asia outlet in the city where I live, Jakarta, or in Sydney or Melbourne or anywhere in Australia or Indonesia at all…


    …because this UNLIMITED travel offer is HIGHLY limited in terms of accessibility.


    The bad news is the deal is not available to Australians, only to Malaysia-based members of the airlines’ BIG loyalty scheme.  https://www.traveller.com.au/airasia-x-offers-a-years-unlimited-flights-for-181-in-response-to-coronavirus-h1m73n

  • ross1948 6:14 pm on March 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit, ,   

    Put Pressure On Bojo – No Fishy Sell-Out! 

    Just a poll you can vote in, to show solidarity with the fisher-folk of the United Kingdom, who were steadfast supporters of the fight for British freedom.


    Yes, yet another Sorosoid NGO spokesperson captured on camera!



    It’ll soon be midnight where I am, but Brits have all day to make their views known.

    • Fiona F 6:31 pm on March 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Where exactly are you at this moment in time, Ross?
      Not in Jakarta, and not in Britain, so…?
      I give up, but thanks for this link.
      I will try to cast my vote today!


    • Joseph Fox 7:06 pm on March 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      “This poll has now closed”


  • ross1948 7:02 pm on February 20, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit, , Erasmus Program, student exchange,   

    Oh No! Brexit Might Limit Access To Erasmus! 

    One of the most infantile examples of last-ditch Remainiac resistance is the oft-repeated whining about how UK students will no longer be able to access the ‘famous’ Erasmus program ( which many of you will never have heard of!)

    It’s an EU-controlled system whereby exchanges are done between colleges around Europe.


    Logo of the Erasmus

    It has always struck me as a peculiarly pathetic whine, as if British educational authorities were incapable of arranging exchanges or any other mutually beneficial academic arrangements with foreign counterparts.


    EU funding, after all, is one of the biggest lies ever heard…


    ….because the Brussels Empire has no money, other than that extorted from citizens of its subject states via national taxation. Rather than have the Brussels Empire bureaucrats soak up cash as intermediary apparatchiks, surely better to have a UK college contact a French or German or Estonian college and work things out?

    Even more of a good idea, you may say, after the latest news on how well the programme works…

    Alloush was personally involved in kidnappings, torture and forced enlistment of children into the fighting ranks of the militant group, say the three NGO’s who helped track him down….


    …. the bald-headed bearded ex-jihadist has reinvented himself and was living in France on …

    Wait For It!

    …an Erasmus student visa…

    ….meaning his stay in southern France was covered by the European Union.

    He was reportedly enlisted in the Aix-Marseille University for a three month course, and arrived on French soil in early January. He spent previous years in Turkey….



    • Petra Malley 7:20 pm on February 20, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I have heard of it and you are correct to say that the Remainers cling to it like an anchor in their gulf of despair.
      Student exchanges are a good thing but no need for Brussels to be involved. They will only use their involvement for propaganda purposes anyway.


    • Edward Lamont 3:32 pm on February 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Britain needs to get out of every one of the EUSSR front organisation.
      The terrorist may be a one-off, or the only one that we ( or Erasmus ) so far know about.
      What is indisputable is the fact that mutual agreements must be cheaper than having hundreds or thousands of Europhile bureaucrats running a supranational organisation.


  • ross1948 9:50 am on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Be Happy!, Brexit,   

    Merdeka! Akhirnya! Free At Last! 

    For my Indonesian readers ( about 25% of the daily total) I mark today’s joyous news, with –


    ‘Freedom! Finally!’


    Drinking to Britannia Unchained later today – it’s not even 11am here in Jakarta!

    I wish I could have joined that happy crowd in Glasgow last night, rain or no rain!


    Brexit Day party in Glasgow is damp squib as 100 people celebrate as Scotland leaves the European Union

    The pro British rally in George Square was held in pouring rain as the group waved Union flags, sang Rule Britannia and cheered…



    • Kezia 12:42 pm on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Very happy for you and all the 17 million..
      Enjoy your drink (s) later!


      • ross1948 1:12 pm on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Thank you, Kezia. I have a wedding to attend tomorrow, so it will be drinks plural but not too many!
        I am doing minimal blogging today. Too exultant to do more than watch the scenes of joy from Parliament Square in London!
        Forty five years ago, after the last referendum, I made a speech in which I prophesied the fightback for freedom would ultimately win.
        BIG day today!


  • ross1948 5:34 pm on January 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit, Brexit Eve, , , , Remainer intransigence, Will Hutton   

    Brexit Eve, Brits! Be Prepared! Remain Zombies Already Rising! 

    A wondrous dream of freedom, illuminated by those lights in London, and to the extent Brexit has been realised…


    …cause for joy.

    The Remainiacs have not been extirpated, but are scheming still.

    ‘We stand for a European Britain. We will be back.’

    That gob of spittle directed at democracy came from an arrogant Observer hack named Will Hutton, but he is far from unique as a bad loser.

    Remember this pledge-breaking poltroon?

    Image result for dominic grieve remain

    Do you trust people whose mouths hardly move when they talk – watch the weasel!


    Dominic Grieve, defeated in his own constituency, is ranting from beyond the political grave – listen to him!


    While UK patriots deserve their celebration tonight, and will be focused on getting rid of residual elements of the noxious EUSSR presence in British political life, never ignore the Enemy’s Fifth Column…


    ….,of whom Hutton the Hack and Deadbeat Dominic may indeed be fairly insignificant examples, but…

    She sent the Europhiliacs a video paean – see that second ‘New European link above – but still has never come clean about aspects of her dodgy record!

    What’s the truth about Gina Miller?

    …as hardly needs saying, only two of many!

    • Edward Lamont 9:07 pm on January 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I welcome your warning, which makes a great deal of sense in view of the Remainiacs mobilisation.
      However, I think Johnson should offer an olive branch.

      He ought to be fair and propose a resolution in the Commons, promising another referendum – in 2056.
      After all, we had to wait forty years after the first one before we got our chance to deliver our verdict on the ‘benefits’ of Brussels rule.

      Fair-minded Remainiacs should agree to wait four decades to see how Britain flourishes as a free country.


    • Amanda Adams 10:29 pm on January 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Zombie apocalypse!
      I always felt there was something of the un-dead about Gina Miller, as well as un-British!
      That Soubry is a scary-looking old thing too.
      Must we prepares stakes, or is that only for vampires?


  • ross1948 7:29 pm on January 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit, Remainiac persecution complex   

    Fretty Frenchwoman Gets A Dizzy! 

    NB – having been in touch with various Scots in the Festive Season, my memories of their patois was refreshed.

    A ‘dizzy’ is Scots for ‘a disappointment’ but specifically re a ‘date’  – eg being stood up, or the tryst otherwise unsatisfactory…

    That TNE Europhiliac rag is turning into a close rival to the Guardian as a prime source of raw bloggery material.

    This piece is a doozy, about a part-Belgian, but mostly French, female who has her knickers in a right, sorry, left, twist about Brexit.

    She feels so unwelcome, she bleats, now that British people have had their national self-respect reaffirmed and deliverance from Brussels is at hand.

    Her only justification for her unease appears to be that a lurching drunk in London’s Soho bumped into her and when she called it his fault, he called her a ‘bloody foreigner!’

    Drunks do that kind of thing. Nasty drunks.


    Us nice drunks would likely be effusive in their apologies and ask her out!

    A shame for the chick, but  hardly any kind of evidence of a ‘Brexit Effect.’

    But stand by for an unbelievable uptight rant!

    The man I was seeing for a drink did little to help cheer me up. As I recounted to him what had just happened, he burst out laughing: “Here we go… you’re about to sing the usual Remainers’ song, that Brexit gives rise to racism.”

    What a smart fellow.


    He’s going with the democratic flow!

    Yet his common sense was ill-received by Madamoiselle from wherever…

    Two rude Brits, just a few minutes apart. Two blows in quick succession. As we continued the conversation, I then found out that the guy, a former Remainer who used to be a New Labour supporter, applauded the victory of Boris Johnson, for whom he had just voted with no hesitation

    Good to read of a lost sheep returning to the fold.

    But there’s no assuaging Mamselle’s chagrin at her date’s conversion to the patriot cause!


    Not the contemptuous bint in TNE but a good picture of a scorned woman!

    ….to see this brilliant writer so delighted with the triumph of a British populist, and so patronising about my post-Brexit misadventure was both depressing and instructive.

    Whether Bojo is any kind of populist, rather than somebody who can talk the talk…



    …is a separate and debatable topic, but who the hell does this arrogant minx think she is!

    She may be content with her own government, with Macron, whose condescension towards the French people knows no bounds…

    Muppet Macron’s Mock-Consultation -“We’ll Only Talk About What WE Value!” 

    …but what are we to make of her lack of respect for the outcome of a free and fair UK election, never mind the outcome of a free and fair referendum which was obstructed for three years by her sort…

    Mamselle’s ideal man, looking down on the electorate!


    …stuck-up, ‘we know best’ elitists.

    In fact, most British people, I’d say no matter how they vote, are disposed to kindness, to being as helpful as possible, when stumbling across a foreign visitor, as indeed are most people in most countries I have visited…

    …which is one reason I always took pride in assisting stray foreigners whom I encountered back in The Old Country.

    The whining bint evidently looks down on the triumphant British majority, so it is perhaps a good idea that she review her disrespect for her host nation…

    …or sod off, either home or to Eire, where she describes mixing with people similar in their prejudices to herself.

  • ross1948 1:26 pm on January 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 31 January, Brexit, ,   

    On 31st January, Expat Brits Too Will Celebrate Brexit – But How? 

    After nearly three years of anti-democratic obstructionist antics onthe part of the worst people in the country, aka Europhiliac Members of Parliament, Brexit comes to pass in four weeks.



    Millions of patriots in the UK will be celebrating, at parties some of them, others in pubs (hopefully Wetherspoons!) and most, probably, with a quiet smile and a cuppa at home.

    How about overseas Brits?

    Every single one of Her Britannic Majesty’s embassies in foreign parts should be instructed to hold a ceremony to mark the lowering of the loathsome Brussels banner…

    …not at midnight, as that would be impractical, but on the following morning, which is by happy coincidence a Saturday, when most are not at work.

    I have heard of no such plans, so suggest we all email the Foreign Secretary…



    Dominic Raab MP
    House of Commons
    SW1A 0AA

    …with copies to MPs ( and MEPs!) urging that something of the sort be undertaken!

    • Tom Spiller 3:39 pm on January 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You mean you havent organised a street party in Jakarta?


    • Petra Malley 4:59 pm on January 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      What a good idea, Ross.
      But although we have never met, I have an idea that you will be celebrating somehow, whatever the Foreign Secretary says or does!


    • Amanda A 7:41 pm on January 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If Raab won’t rise to the occasion, you should get a Brexit booze-up going.
      It’s a Friday, so it could go on all weekend.


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