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  • ross1948 23:57 on April 25, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brussels double standards, , , , , veto on ships   

    Dissent On Sanctions OK, Unless It’s Orban? Greece Cyprus and… 

    It may well be that Greece, Cyprus and Malta can justify their veto…



    Ships with a Russian flag have been banned from EU ports, while proposed sanctions also to ban ships with another flag but with Russian interests have been vetoed by the three countries

    Greece, Cyprus and Malta block sanctions against Russia-owned ships

    . …. or maybe it’s amoral self-interest.

    But what is in fact much more interesting is the deafening silence from almost all…



    …if not all, the strident voices that harp on and on against Hungary…



    . .whenever Budapest is, or is even said to be, less than whole-hearted in support of Brussels’ Ukraine policies.

    Fourth Reich double standards again?


  • ross1948 14:22 on February 2, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brussels double standards, , Uk security vetting, Vetting Red Chinese   

    UK ‘Vetting’ Chinese Profs, But Not Penally Parasites? 


    ,‘British diplomats are to carry out security vetting of Chinese academics who wanted to do research in the UK….?’


    Absolutely grand idea, and the same should apply to anyone from Red China who wants to live and work in Britain.



    Xi’s totalitarian tyranny is today’s counterpart to the previous century’s Nazi Third Reich, except that the Beijing Bully has much more powerful resources at his beck and call.

    According to EUObserver, even the Brussels Empire, whose Euro-Commissars have many a time and oft grovelled to Xi…

    EU Values’ – Israeli Settlements Bad, Chinese Gulags Good? 

    Brussels’ Borell – EUSSR Won’t Boycott Beijing Bullies! 

    ….is worried about ‘security concerns aired by EU institutions over Chinese students..’

    Again, wise to worry.

    We have seen how red vermin swarmed the streets of Australia…


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    Well Said, Dutton! Communists Are Vermin! 

    ….abusing the privilege of residence afforded them there.



    But while we should applaud all moves to vet and subsequently monitor aliens who might be allegiant to the enemy ideology headquartered in Beijing….

    ….how about the crimmigrant population, not least those allowed to roam freely from their holiday camps like those in Wales and Kent…

    Priti! Own Up! ‘Asylum’ Rabble Are NOT ‘Just Like You And Me!’ 

     ‘there was a public outcry from local residents at the demonstrations by the camp residents which took place on Wednesday and Thursday last week during the lockdown


    ..who are not even designated detainees but, incredibly,  ‘service-users’ by pathetic PC mealy-mouths…

    Jan 15, 2021 — Dyfed-Powys Police have stated that they are further engaging with service users at the Penally Asylum Accommodation Centre over this weeks protests

    …or the other ‘asylum’ crimmigrants in comfortable hotel accommodation provided by Priti Patel and paid for by the British tax-payer?


    After all, Brits know from frightful experience…

    The Bomb Beast’s Brother! 

    ….what can happen when ‘asylum’ is granted to evil ingrates!


    • Vanessa Reilly 14:29 on February 2, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      I wouldn’t bother vetting any of those who came in across the Channel.
      They could have applied for asylum in France, or applied for a UK visa at the Paris embassy.
      They are fakers.


    • Diana 14:39 on February 2, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      No more freebies, and no delay in deporting the Penally law-breakers. Same for that lot in Kent.


    • Welsh Brit Patriot 22:07 on February 2, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Send them back. Never seen or heard of such ungrateful oiks as those ‘asylum’ seekers in Penally and in Kent.
      The cost if having the police there all the time is staggering, apart from the free board and lodgings they complain about.
      What kind of government sticks it to its own people if they break the rules but lets those b-stards get away with flouting the same rules.
      And arson is a crime if we do it but not them?


  • ross1948 18:24 on August 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brussels double standards, burning, , , , , , Mercosur, , ,   

    Little Napoleon and The Burning Bush… 

    That Le Muppet has delusions of Napoleonic grandeur is a view hardly unique to this blog.



    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson criticized the decision, after Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office did the same in Berlin.    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-g7-summit-mercosur/britain-joins-germany-in-criticizing-macrons-mercosur-threat-



    Leave Bojo out of it for now.



    When even Le Muppet’s pro-crimmigrant comrade Mama Stasi Merkel disavows Le Muppet’s latest and most abrasive petulant hissy-fit, a single-handed veto of a major trading deal between the Brussels Empire and Latin America, methinks the Elysee Eejit may have bitten off more than he can chew.

    I have nothing to say about the Mercosur pact, though who knows that I might some other day.

    But I do have to contemplate changing Macron’s blog nick-name from Le Muppet to Le Meddler.




    Again, the forest blazes in Brazil are a matter for another day, and more importantly a matter for Brazil!

    The Euro-Commissars have the same rights I have to make observations in their personal capacities on any issue…


    ….but they have no more right than I have, to dictate how another nation’s problems should be tackled.

    Threatening diplomatic or commercial sanctions against Brazil is plain proof of the EUSSR’s calculating and hypocritical double-standards.

    If the EUSSR can get uptight about a bunch of bush-fires on another continent…



    …then one has to wonder why no serious steps were ever taken in response to much more tragic burnings, in Tibet.

    After all, the forests are in Brazil.


    Tibet is under Red Chinese rule, but is a proud nation which should be afforded self-determination.

    The ‘European Union’ isn’t interested in that.

    Nor really in democracy at all. Commercial contracts with the Reds come first.

    That brings us back to Le Meddler.

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    While Mama Stasi’s bad, she’s not stupid.

    Bringing social mayhem to Germany by her multicult open-door policy was no foolish error but was done deliberately.




    Bringing in South American produce, in contrast, is merely practical economics, daily business, which she sees no point in disrupting.

    Like most of the European elite, she will bleat a bit about Brazil, and she doubtless detests President Bolsonaro…


     Jair Bolsonaro 

    ….because he represents traditional values,  which elites abhor –  but that’s as far as it goes.

    Le Meddler, obsessed with his vision of himself as Master of Europe, driven by his inner flame of megalomanic wrath, has gone off the deep end.

    I’m sure millions of French patriots share my sincere hope that he sinks.

    Then France might get the leadership that France deserves…



    …a pro-French President.




    • Amanda A 18:44 on August 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This was a very good read, Ross. I like your blog best when you lash all kinds of targets at one go and you certainly do that with this.
      The Napoleonic complex is valid but you should also have taken note of Macron’s diminutive stature, another similarity.
      Poor France, to have that ngry little man in charge.
      I hope Le Pen wins next time. She is so much more impressive.


    • Jeanne 20:13 on August 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The last Algerian president had a stroke. He no longer could function as a rational man but he was permitted for many months to continue as president.
      France has a problem. There is a man in the presidential palace who has become over-excited and even his allies see he has lost all judgement and proportion.
      In Algeria, the army saw the need to respond to the outcry of the people.
      Who will make the necessary move in France?


    • Fleur 20:26 on August 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I am not French, despite my name, but I have been there many times and enjoyed both long and short stays in Paris and other cities, as recently as last spring.
      Macron was not a popular figure but after the conservative candidate was knocked out of the presidential race by scandal, it was between Macron and Le Pen.
      I have never seen such ferocious media hostility as there was against her. The nearest thing we have seen in Britain was Project Fear and that very nearly worked.
      Now they have had plenty of time to dwell on their choice and the new voters, the young people, are very pro-Marine.
      Macron will lose next time but how much damage can his egomania do before the next election?


    • Pim Healey 21:33 on August 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      He came into politics from international banking.
      The banksters have always spawned subversion.


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