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  • ross1948 10:22 on May 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ceausescu, ,   

    Make My May Day, Theresa Traitrix! Resign! 

    May Day is a holiday here in Indonesia, and why not?

    It is a great shame the traditional English celebration was hijacked by marxists and turned into a festival of tyranny by reds.

    At least in the West, apart from poor still-enslaved Cuba, Communist Parties got overthrown…




    ….though ‘twas a pity more of their despots never shared Ceausescu’s fate.

    However, that thought brings me to another leader who is still hanging around like a bad smell.

    ‘May’ has recently acquired unfortunate connotations, thanks to the treasonous old bat in Downing Street.

    I will be en route to another island when this is published, a short break with friends, so have no way of knowing if Theresa the Traitrix might have done the decent thing by the time I’m back in touch again.

    Never mind.

    Fingers crossed

  • ross1948 19:07 on February 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ceausescu, , , European Dignity Watch, , ,   

    Romania – Elites Aping Ceausescu, Kowtowing To Gaystapo? 

    There’s been an eerie silence for months now on the Romanian referendum which the parliament there is required to hold after an unprecedented THREE MILLION citizens subscribed to a constitutional initiative.

    And according to a pro-family campaigner, this is due to the fact that the Romanian political class has done its best to block this move,

    The huge support for the pro-marriage amendment put forward by the Coalition for the Family in 2016…


    Hasil gambar untuk Zeljka Markici

    Zeljka Markici of European Dignity Watch


    …which we reported back in September last year – True Solidarity Against Gaystapo – Karen’s Bucharest Battle  –  seems to be log-jammed, ignoring the will of three million citizens, says EDW’s Zeljka Markici.



    She’s a Croatian lady who coordinates Continent-wide campaigns in the heart of the Brussels Empire – an unwholesome place, where Liar Juncker’s junta lashes out public money to subsidise pro-queer so-called ‘NGO’ outfits like ILGA.


    EUSSR Splurges YOUR Money for Perverts to Lobby EUSSR! 

    Speaking of those three million pro-decency Romanians, she warned the Europhiliac elite that “this is the strongest support ever expressed for such an initiative in the modern history of the country…

    …and it is the first time a citizens’ initiative has been used in Romania since the fall of communism in 1989.”

    Romanians have, only last month, been protesting against the corruption endemic in their political class…


    Tens of thousands of Romanians brave snow for corruption protest
    Reuters20 Jan 2018

    …but it’s not unfair to say that while economic corruption is deplorable, the stone-walling of the most powerful citizenship movement in the country’s democratic history is even more corrosive!

    Zjelka tells the stone-wallers that they have two options. Let them hear these voices, then let the citizens choose whether they want to protect marriage between a man and a woman.

    The other option?

    To choose to go in the direction of Ceausescu and take Romania back to the time of dictatorship.”


    Hasil gambar untuk nicolae ceausescu



    I hope they will choose the first option,“says Zeljka.

    One might think that those politicians’ instinct for self-preservation will lead them to respect democratic practice.




    After all, in typically Communist fashion, Ceausescu spent most of his life holding democracy in contempt, and finally paid a fair and proper price for his evil marxist ways.





  • ross1948 17:45 on December 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bishop Abel Muzorewa, Ceausescu, , Mugabe, , , Zimbabwe   

    Wrecked Zimbabwe-Rhodesia? Deserves Ceausescu’s Fate! 

    I heard the poor guy who leads the democratic Opposition in Zimbabwe today, telling Euronews at 9am, when I was newly up and about, that what had happened in his country was no change, just a changing of the guard.

    Quite so, and that was obvious from the get-go.

    Robert Mugabe was, and no doubt is, evil marxist, trained in Red China…


    Marxist Mugabe


    …and while his successor may not call himself a Red, he too got his training in that totalitarian communist state.

    When Ian Smith led Rhodesia into change…


    …that promising partnership with Bishop Muzorewa, the new nation calling itself ‘Zimbabwe-Rhodesia, it was still one of the most, if not THE most, prosperous countries in Central Africa.

    Mugabe destroyed that prosperity.

    He unleashed gangs of thugs calling themselves ‘war veterans’ – aka killers and rapists…



    …who in turn unleashed terror, pillage and mayhem on the farmers who had created that prosperity, many of whom, like Smith himself, had rushed to join up when Britain needed them in World War II.

    It was one of Margaret Thatcher’s few errors, handing them over to savages, but a particularly dreadful one.

    The shambles today is down to Mugabe.

    Better by far he was dealt the same hand that Romania’s marxist tyrant got dealt.


    Ceausescu had it coming.

    Instead, Mugabe gets a pension, and gets to keep all the sumptuous luxuries already ripped off from his people.

    • Todd 19:38 on December 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Rhodesia was a paradise and it was lost thanks to Thatcher.
      Mugabe deserves a million years in hell but lets not forget who let him take power by adding that extra ‘principle’
      Perfidios Albion


      • Ralph Edgerton 22:48 on December 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Todd, you are right to blame Thatcher.
        She did a lot of good at home and abroad but she was so terribly wrong on Rhodesia.


    • Orion Mathey 15:06 on December 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You are wrong in one thing. Mugabe was not trained in Red China. Worse, he was trained by the Jesuits, the old dope crowd.


      • ross1948 18:06 on December 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks, Orion.
        I acknowledge your correction. I ‘mis-spoke'( modern for ‘erred!’) due to my misreading of the facts concerning his Beijing-involvement described in various media like DW China provided arms, training and its Maoist ideology to Robert Mugabe and his Zimbabwe African National Union, http://www.dw.com/en/zimbabwe-coup-chinas-influence-under-scrutiny/a-41407527 although I was aware he had spent youthful time with Jesuits.
        One of those priests, named O’Hare, was apparently an anti-British Sinn Fein type, clearly a bad influence on a young African, or young anyone!.


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