Tagged: Charlie Haughey Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • ross1948 00:01 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Charlie Haughey, , , , , , Tusl, ,   

    A Dublin Veto?! Arrogant Eire Needs A Hard Lesson! 


     
    • Billy King 15:44 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      One of your best ever, Ross!
      I wish the RAF had flown back from Germany in 1945 and hit that Dev devil while he was mourning Hitler.
      They’re a bunch of b—tards down there, always trying to grab Ulster by hook or by crook.
      Theresa May? She is rubbish.
      Just a cardboard cut-out prime minister, the DUP was daft ever to trust her.

      Like

      • Byron Miller 11:27 on December 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Billy, the DUP were daft that is true and when I lived in Ulster I never voted for them.
        But now we are depending on them and it looks like they are doing what they can to stop May selling Ulster out.
        I see they are being blamed for the impass and I am grateful if they are.

        Whats really daft is the media who are saying that if Ulster gets special treatment then Scotland and even London should too.
        Do the media not understand that th DUP is not asking for special treatment but just the opposite, they want Ulster to be treated in term of ‘divergency’ just the same as the rest of the UK.!!

        Like

    • Chico McDonald 17:59 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Stop all trade with that hostile country, yes, and take away their voting rights, bigger yes!

      We had all that anti-British interference during our Brexit referendum, from their Prime Minister, or ‘Tshirt’ as they call it ( I have no idea how to spell their strange language) Enda Kenny.
      Now they have that ‘quair fellow’ Varakdar ( spelling again!) holding that position and he is claiming a veto on Brexit?
      Kick them in the teeth.

      Like

      • Jacko 21:35 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Chico, the spelling is ‘Taoiseach’ but its pronounced a bit like ‘t-shirt!’
        I was wondering with that ‘quair’ in Dublin serving as their ‘T-shirt’ , we could change it to ‘Shirt-lifter!’

        Like

        • Florence Leigh 00:26 on December 5, 2017 Permalink

          It’s fair comment if you want to say that Ulster has kept to a higher standard of public morality than Eire, meaning Eire’s collapse into ‘gay’ marriage, but I do not see any need to personalise the attacks on Varadkar. His sexual problems make him neither better or worse than any other Dublin Taoiseach

          On the other hand I like the reference to the anti-British record of Dublin leaders like De Valera’s Hitler mourning and Haughey’s behaviour during the Falklands War/
          What we can all agree on is that we have a country next door to the UK which is interfering in our internal affairs. It should be treated as hostile and its people given no privileges in our country.

          Like

    • Cal Knox 20:52 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You state the case as I would myself.
      I have never had any time for those ‘neighbours’ to the South that gave sanctuary to so many murderers.
      They have never recognised our right to be free of them.

      Up till fifty years ago ,we could count on the mainland British to be on our side but ever since Heath they have turned their backs on us and it’s time we hit back at them.
      May will pay for her treachery.

      Like

  • ross1948 11:54 on November 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Charlie Haughey, , , , , , ,   

    Ulster – Does Enda Kenny Carry A UK Passport? 


    adamskenny

    Enda Kenny, Head of Government of Eire, which is not even in the Commonwealth. Why does it merit a headline when he’s called a foreigner?

    ==========

    Ukip’s David McNarry has called Taoiseach Enda Kenny “a foreigner’ who has no right to delve into Northern Ireland affairs. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ukips-david-mcnarry-calls-taoiseach-enda-kenny-a-foreigner-and-tells-him-to-butt-out-of-northern-ireland-34186356.html

    That’s the headline in the Belfast Telegraph. And McNarry is abolutely right – the man’s a foreigner, just as De Valera was, when he publicly mourned the death of Adolf Hitler.

    Though unlike Enda Kenny, De Valera was never photographed in the slimy embrace of a man as evil as Sinn Fein/IRA’s Gerry Adams  

    ——–

    devalhitler

    ———–

     As for the other words used by UKIP’s Ulster leader, Kenny’s ‘right to interfere’ in any part of the United Kingdom, that ‘right’ was conferred by Major and Bliar, culminating in the Bad Friday dirty deal.
    Incidentally, I see that NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said, in response to the Paris terrorist outrage, “terrorism will never defeat democracy.” 
    =========
    terrorism
    ——————————
    Hmmm…if Hollande follows the example set by Major and Bliar, he’ll be inviting ISIS to talks, then to share political power in return for taking a break from terrorism. He might offer the caliphate regime in Mosul a ‘right’ to be consulted on the internal affiars of France. 
    =========
    That ‘right to interfere’ granted by the appeasement artists in Westminster and Whitehall to the foreign government in Dublin should be withdrawn – not because of anything Kenny has said this month or this year, but because it’s an affront to British sovereignty.
    —————————————-
    David McNarry
    David McNarry

    ———————

    Most European countries have been better friends to Britain than Eire ever has, not just “Dev’s” condolences to Der Fuhrer, but Dublin’s dolchstoss during the Falklands Liberation War.

    The idea of principle, of fighting to right a wicked wrong, was alien to the likes of Mitterand, Schmidt and their lackeys in Holland, Denmark and the rest. Everything was measured in terms of buying and selling.

    We must exclude Haughey from the latter stricture. Eire was not preoccupied with farm prices, though if leverage on that sort of issue was a spin-off benefit, Dublin would not likely cavil. But their primary motive, as throughout the history of their otherwise highly forgettable little state, was to do the British down.

    Eire’s bigotedly anti-British Defence Minister branded Britain as the aggressor, a crude and ignorant jibe which incensed Mrs. Thatcher so much  that she included it in her autobiography, The Downing Street Years. Dublin’s entire foreign policy was based on imposing foreign rule on a British community in defiance of both majority rule and solemn treaty obligations…

    Falklands Pride, Yes, but Reflect on EU Back-Stabbing 

    No similar one-way ‘right’ to interfere is accorded to other nations. Eire continues to flout the Helsinki Pact of 1975, which accepted all frontiers in Europe as final. Dublin still openly aspires to annex Ulster.

    McNarry is spot on!

    …I really think it’s time for Mr Kenny to butt out. He’s buzzing around like a vulture, licking the bones of another nation’s business and foreigners have just got to stop interfering in the United Kingdom’s affairs

     
c
Compose new post
j
Next post/Next comment
k
Previous post/Previous comment
r
Reply
e
Edit
o
Show/Hide comments
t
Go to top
l
Go to login
h
Show/Hide help
shift + esc
Cancel
%d bloggers like this: