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  • ross1948 15:35 on March 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: British passports, , Elan-Cane, ,   

    Scary Stuff! Nosferatu Look-Alike Laments Invisibility! 


    Hallowe’en is a long way off, but I still shivered a little when I opened BBC news today, only to see this freaky visage staring back at me!

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    I thought perhaps some new Hollywood block-buster remake of the famous early 20th century NOSFERATU horror films had been released and this must be the new star…

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    …a perfect choice in terms of homage to the original!

    But no!

    It’s a Thing ( which all students of grammar will understand means neither male nor female) whining that it’s ‘lost a legal challenge against the government over gender-neutral passports.’

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    You may read the entire report here but it does not cover what to me must be the key question…

    …did any of this Thing’s absurd court costs get charged to the UK tax-payers via the Legal Aid system?

    I certainly hope not.

    Its name, allegedly, is Christie Elan-Cane, and its damfool case was that ‘a policy preventing someone from obtaining a passport with an unspecified gender was unlawful on human rights grounds.’ https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-51823318

    Sick and tired of hearing ‘rights’ rot?

    Well, happily, so too, it seems, were the judges on the Court of Appeal, who against the ‘activist.’

    ’Activist?’

    Can The Thing not get a real job?

    Hmmm…silly question – would you hire it?

    Which brings me to its reaction to the ruling, which it describes as ‘devastating.’

    Devastating!?!’

    On my recent trip, I made sandwiches for my long wait in the airport. I forgot to take them and when I got home two weeks later, they were of course, inedible.

    My new washing machine was delivered yesterday, and I wanted to use it at once. Thwarted by my personal technology deficit, I am awaiting the arrival of a friend to help.

    Both ‘hardships’ deserve the adjective ‘devastating’ more than that court ruling does.

    When one considers the millions of people whose homes have been wrecked by floods, here in Jakarta..

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    …and Britain, and elsewhere, in recent years, it’s a pretentious obscenity for that freak to describe its silly little set-back as ‘devastating!’

    However, we read on, and have to laugh out loud when Nosferatu…sorry, Mr/Ms/Thing Elan-Cane… rants at the court and the British Home Office for obliging it and others who look inside their underpants…

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    ….and refuse to believe the evidence of their own eyes,  to ‘collude in their own social invisibility!’

    Would that such maladjusts be rendered not just socially but entirely invisible!

    PS – it’s also anti-Brexit!

    https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/author/christie-elancane/

     

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    • Petra Malley 22:12 on March 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You make us laugh with the Nosferatu take, but you do us a real service by drawing attention to the folly of what British governments have been doing.
      ‘Transgenders’ may not be getting special passports but Theresa May took up their ‘cause’ and Johnson is no better.
      It is so wrong to act as if ‘transgenderism’ is anything but a sign of mental disturbance. That is what children should be taught in school.

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    • Mack the Knife 23:59 on March 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Well said, and better in that you used humour to mock this freak!
      I wonder where the money came from to pay his lawyers?
      Out of our pockets?

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    • Tony Roy 18:24 on March 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Nosferatu! A ringer!
      Good idea, using humour like this to make a serious point.

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  • ross1948 17:15 on August 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , British passports, , , , Union Jack driving licences   

    Nice Passport, Nigel – Now Fix Ulster Driving Licences 



    How pleasing to see at least one small step forward, new British passports with the reference to serfdom erased.

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    ‘We got our passports back!’ Twitter erupts as Farage poses with new ‘EU-free’ UK passport

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    • Billy King 21:07 on August 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Aye ready, Ross.
      You never let us down.

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