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  • ross1948 10:29 on April 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Conservatives, cyber-sabotage, David Trimble, James Rubin, Ulster Protestants,   

    Brit-Hating Bigot Yank Echoes HMV – US Election Was “Sabotaged!” 

    Spent a bit of Sunday’s sunny morning watching a BBC discussion show, Global Questions, staged in Riga, capital of the Baltic republic of Latvia. It was interesting.

    But the highlight had to be a demented outburst from a former Clinton flunkey named James Rubin.


    Gambar terkait



    It seems he lives nowadays in a luxurious Manhattan residence, having spent time in England, alleging that Russia had ‘sabotaged’ the 2016 U.S. Presidential election.


    Whoever leaked Crooked Hillary’s emails, and those of her lying Democrat freak-show, whoever did that HARDLY ‘sabotaged‘ the election. What was done by the leakers was a great service to the American people, informing them, most helpfully, on the character amd morality of the Clinton clique.

    And even if left-liberals don’t like that truth…surely no ‘sabotage’ took palce? No damage or destruction to the electoral process.

     Was the election prevented, or even delayed, or was the vote tally falsified?


    Interference, if you like, for the good, if you agree with me, for the bad, if you’re a pinko, but NOT sabotaged.


    But i was intrigued by his repeated and venomous contributions to the chat, intrigued enough to look him up.

    And lo, he’s a bigot!

    He has publicly insulted Protestants and demeaned conservatives as UNIMPORTANT!

    I quote from his wikipedia entry.

    …he described Lord Trimble, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and former First Minister of Northern Ireland, as a “crankpot” for stating that Hillary Clinton’s claim to have been “helpful” in the Northern Ireland peace process was “a wee bit silly.” Rubin also stated that Trimble’s opinion was not important as he was “a Protestant”, and so “traditionally conservative…”   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Rubin


    It may be that Rubin’s religious slur was not meant to be religious but ethnic. Many people use the term ‘Protestant’ to mean the Ulster British.  

    But does that exculpate the creep?

    If he had said somebody’s opinion was ‘not important’ because he’s a Muslim? Imagine the uproar.

    Or because he’s Mexican?

    Outrage would ensue. There’s no excuse for abuse against any individual either because of the person’s ethnic or religious identity.


    • Gambar terkait

    David Trimble

    David Trimble merits a lot of criticism for his role in that shameful sell-out process.

    But it is rank irrational prejudice to attack him because of his religion. And for a leftist pip-squeak like Rubin to assert that all the millions of British (and by logical extension, American etc ) conservatives areNOT IMPORTANT simply because they dissent from Rubin’s rancid leftism…


    Or rather not! Because my check on this creature reveals that his base sectarian and ideological prejudices are mere echoes of those engrained in the woman he wed!



    Amanpour Calls For Media Jihad Against Trump | Daily Wire


    Yep, it’s the she-devil of media bias, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour!


    Were he not such a shrill bigot, I’d almost feel sorry for him!

  • ross1948 10:36 on October 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Conservatives, , Eric Cantor., , , , , Tea Party   

    Eric Cantor Uses Biased BBC Talk-Show To Blast Tea-Party 

    Last night I just got home in time to catch HardTalk, a BBC show in which famous folk are ‘interviewed’ by a geezer named Stephen Sackur.

    His guest turned out to be Eric Cantor, the former Republican Majority leader in Congress, who was humiliated by his electorate, losing his seat to a real Republican in the primary election last year.

    •  Eric Cantor


    Predictably enough, the man who was booted by his constituents in Virginia ( and is now busily making millions in the private sector) lashed out viciously at conservatives both in and out of Congress, notably the Tea Party patriots.  

    He ranted that the “so-called Tea Party” was merely “a very small but very vocal minority.”

    Fed lots of leading questions by Sackur, he smeared the TP as NOT conservative but ‘radicals!’ Not satisfied with that, he added the fashionable hate-word ‘populists!‘  

    I watch this programme from time to time, as Sackur usually manages to restrain his own left-lib bias long enough to ask some serious questions.


    •  Sackur
    • ————————————
    • Last night he did raise the question of how, if the conservatives of the ‘so-called Tea Party’ are just a ‘very small minority’ – as Kantor had just claimed – Donald Trump had 27% against Jeb Pinko Bush’s 6% in the primary polls.

    ‘Voters are angry,’ was Kantor’s explanation.

    No wonder they’re angry, and were angry enough to throw Kantor out of his House seat.

    But when it came to immigration, and Trump-bashing, Sackur lost it, casting aside his role as questioner to don the mantle of malignants’ champion.


    • Illegal-aliens-i-want-you-out-of-my-country
    • =======================
    • Recognising that most Republican voters want the illegal influx reversed, he openly derided their demands for action, scoffing that ‘practical politicians know they can’t deport millions and millions of people.‘  

    Has America not got trucks, trains, container vessels aplenty? 

    Sackur gave no rational explanation for his outlandish opinion.


    • BBC-bias-alert
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    • Nor did he explain why, as a supposedly objective journalist, he felt entitled to insert his own pro-crimmigrant prejudice into the ‘interview.’

    America is of course a sovereign nation, and thus can deport whomsoever it wishes. US immigration law has a green card system by which decent people who wish to live in America can apply to do so, waiting their turn like decent people do.

    Why should their legitimate aspirations be traduced by herds of wannabe welfare-hogs?


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    • ==============================
    • With twelve million crimmigrants already in their country, it would be madness NOT to vote for candidates committed to expelling the law-breaking queue-jumpers.

    Needless to say, Kantor agreed with the BBC policy statement on the key issue in the US election campaign.


  • ross1948 21:13 on June 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Conservatives, , , , , , , ,   

    Drip Off the Old Block – Turdo Echoes Papa’s ‘Soft On Terror’ Stance 

    It is a matter that perplexes me, how Canadians might choose this mewling moron to lead the Dominion, when the next election takes place later this year.


    Obscene Justin Turdo Grubs For Disloyal Sectarian Votes! 

    Justin Turdeau has caught our attention before, but even the lefty Huffington Post can’t ignore his ordeal when asked a straight question on pulling out of the air strikes against the satanic rape-gang ISIS.

    It was like drawing teeth!

    I won’t repeat it all here – it’s on the link down below – but after his shameful comments about the need for understanding the ‘root causes’ of mass-murdering scum…

    Canada’s Enemy Within – Will Turdeau “Have To Look at The Root Causes?” 

    … it certainly didn’t lessen my belief that he’s a true son of his foul father.

    trudeau-salute-w220 Like father like son…


    Turdo Senior never met a blood-stained communist tyrant he didn’t like!

    Whereas other Western leaders had to deal with red monsters like Mao and Castro as a matter of diplomatic necessity, Turdo delighted in their company.




    His late-night cosy conversations with Castro in particular are a matter of record, and he put that deep friendship to good use when he wanted the murderous FLQ terror gang to get a safe haven, far from Canadian justice.

    The son’s no better than the father, poncing around fanatic mosques and eager to back off the confrontation with jihadist evil in the Middle East.  So the Conservatives are quite right to feature close attention to ISIS atrocities in their campaign ads against the Liberal Party.


    Having said that, there is a hostile Media Party, captained by the CBC, to contend with too, and with the demise of Sun News, Harper and Co. have few allies in that arena. That’s why, when Turdo is feeling the heat, his journo comrades like to come up with mindless yelping, like that mentioned in the HP article, namely ‘accusations of fear-mongering.’  




    These kind of accusations come not from normal Canadians but by pinko running dogs who can’t understand why people would be alarmed by Somalia-based terror group al-Shabaab.

    devil destroyed Al Shabaab

    The Tories made an issue of the Somali satanist gang’s threat to launch attacks on western shopping centres, including Alberta’s West Edmonton Mall. 

    The Facebook post..stated that “Jihadi terrorists are threatening Canada.”

    As indeed they are, and have been, with deadly, tragic effect. The more honest politicians tell the truth, the better.

    But HP tells us that now it appears to have been deleted.


    Why cower from the enemy within?

    Instead of deleting the hardest hitting attacks, the campaign to keep this creep out of power should be opening up, firing both barrels and bringing the SOB DOWN!  

    • arnold 08:48 on June 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I like this! You really do hate the ‘Turdos’ and any Canadian who has read much about the Senior would have to agree with you. He was poison for the country.
      And his boy is keeping up the family traditin.
      What is so bad is that in spite of Jihad Justin’s lack of any credibility as a national leaders, the Liberals have put him up for the job and nearly a third of the voters have told the opinion polls they might vote for him.
      It must be the educational system.
      No, that’s not fair. Same thing happened back in PET’s time.


    • uncle oz 12:13 on June 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I know very little about Canadian politics but I agree with you about the way anyone who tells us what we are up against gets called a ‘fear-monger.’
      We just had it from Labor’s Joel Fitzgibbon. a lot of rubbish about how the Coalition is ‘instilling fear and uncertainty into the community..’
      When you see what those bast—ds did last week in Tunis, and France, fear is the clever thing to feel.
      And anger.
      Hang them or shoot them but however it’s done, do it.


    • Caroline Solana 13:10 on June 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You said this last year and you are still right about both Trudeaus,


  • ross1948 20:47 on April 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Conservatives, , , Mend, ,   

    Hell Mend You! Cameron’s Curs Consorting With Evil! 

    A shocker of a story, told, to its credit, by the Telegraph, about an evil Islamist outfit calling itself ‘Mend.’


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    • ‘Mend,’ which recently held an event in Parliament attended by at least ten Labour and Conservative MPs  is infested with vile jihadists who hate everything Britain stands for. Loathing of democracy, applause for murdering members of UK armed forces, allegiance to shariah iniquity – it’s all there and I invite you to read it for yourselves.
    • ———————-
    • enemy-within
    • ———–
    • Okay, we all know there are seditious sectarian swine around the British Isles, whom the pussy-footing establishment allows to spread their poison.

    But what we DIDN’T know is that leading members of both the Tory and Labour Parties have been hanging out with these vermin. 


    Lynton Crosby, the Conservative campaign director, has attended Mend events.


    Tory sources said Mr Crosby wanted nothing further to do with Mend and did not know why the group was approved to hold a fringe meeting.

    Well, he wouldn’t, would he?

     DIDN’T know why?

    Come on, the entire UK media has been featuring Crosby as the brains behind Cameron’s campaigning.

    If he doesn’t know, he should be fired. If he won’t say, he should be fired.

    But then demands for his dismissal would only make sense if we are misled into thinking he acts without Cameron’s knowledge and approval. 




    However, the party did not respond to questions about Mend’s claim to be in “negotiations” with its leadership.





    Well, perhaps Cameron feels absolved of any guilt in consorting with filth, given his Labour fore-runner in 10 Downing Street. 

    • Mansfield M 17:27 on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      This does make me angry.
      Is the Telegraph the only newspaper chasing up this story? Good they did chase it up, but they could do more.
      Why doesnt the Telegraph name the ten MPs who attended the jihad event? They should be exposed and hunted round evey constituency theyre standing in.
      And the Tories should be forced to come clean about these negotiations.
      Thanks for helping spread the news on this.
      We dont all read the Telegraph and theres nothing in my usual paper about it.


  • ross1948 13:08 on January 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Chicks On the Right, , Conservatives, , , , ,   

    Zuck That! Obama’s Facebook Fan Is No Free Speech Hero! 

    A few years ago, an extremist in Pakistan fought to have me sentenced to death because Facebook refused to ban content about Mohammed that offended him.



    We stood up for this because different voices — even if they’re sometimes offensive — can make the world a better and more interesting place.”

    What a prevaricating hypocrite this man is!

    His geekstapo kicked me off Facebook after I posted the video of the horrific Cikeusik Pogrom – view it on this post –  

    Facebook’s Status – Enemy Within – Exposed Again! 

     or just go direct to the video link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4cBG9lut0  (not for the squeamish)

    Later, after I protested, they undertook to give me an explanation  – liars all, they never did.

    Being me, I have my own little pals still active on Facebook, and they tell me that the group I started has recently been erased by the same geekstapo.


    Zuckerberg, Obama’s acolyte!

    Okay, that’s just me – albeit Facebook is thereby exposed as covering up terrorism and for gross discourtesy and mendacity.

    But plenty of other conservatives have reported their experience of bias and censorship on the same ‘social medium.’ Check out this –  

    As many as 100 Facebook users contacted Fox News with complaints that the social networking site had either removed conservative content or blocked them for posting conservative content.

    Amy Jo Clark and Miriam Weaver were among those who received a threat from Facebook about the content on their conservative site, “Chicks on the Right.”

    “We’ve been hearing non-stop, email after email, tweet after tweet, of other folks who are facing the same issues,” Weaver told Fox News. “There’s a very active liberal trolling community whose sole purpose is to get themselves busy reporting conservative pages and trying to cause trouble.”

    The liberal “trolls” are taking advantage of a Facebook algorithm that focuses on pages with controversial content.

    Fox News published a story about the “Chicks on the Right” – and afterwards Facebook not only lifted the threat but apologized to “Chicks on the Right.”

    The Chicks on the RightThe ‘Chicks’

    The “Chicks” have more than 100,000 followers – and have become celebrities in the conservative movement. But smaller Facebook communities are not so lucky.

    “Had we not gotten exposure on Fox News, we’d be off line right now,” Clark said. “Some of the smaller sites are getting pinged and hit by these liberal trolls and there’s no one they can talk to.”

    Facebook did not return email messages seeking comment.  http://radio.foxnews.com/toddstarnes/top-stories/conservatives-launch-facebook-alternative.html 

    So I’m NOT the only one – that’s the Facebook strategy – censor then stonewall. !

     And have a look at this link to the American patriot Allen West.


    allen-west-suit-medals Allen West


    West’s final words in that piece are somewhat prophetic. 

    Mr. Zuckerberg, you believe in the First Amendment, don’t you? They may come after us first, but they’ll be after you too. Think about that next time you’re at one of those swanky liberal cocktail parties, little bro.   http://allenbwest.com/2014/03/facebook-censoring-conservative-content/

    So if Zuckerberg’s genuinely repenting, great. Even a worm will turn!

    But his track record more likely suggests he is merely posing as a free speech champion.

  • ross1948 17:23 on October 1, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Conservatives, , , , vacuum-cleaners   

    Tory Creeps – What Next? Grouchy UKIP Pensioners Bugger Badgers? 

    Just back from a splendid sunny outing in Jakarta, met some old pals after a good lunch, later bumped into some great kids on the Busway, with whom I chatted cheerfully till we parted ways, them to the skating rink at Taman Anggrek, me home to feast on the discount veg I snapped up at Ratu Plaza.

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    • Just about every day here is a fine day for me – I feel almost sorry for such a sour soul as Kenneth Clarke. 

    Speaking to Conservative activists at a drinks reception on Monday evening, the former cabinet minister, 74, said Ukip attracted “elderly male people who have had disappointing lives.”

    Pot-Kettle? No, that’s not the right analogy.  UKIP has reasons to be cheerful, whereas….

    This sad old bore is 74, a washed-out wet, recently and unceremoniously, booted out the Cabinet, because his repeated oily obeisances to the EUSSR and the ECHR  had become, not a stench in the nostrils of Cameron’s clique, for they’re just as bad….


    Ken-Clarke-007   He said the insurgent party was “largely appealing to the disappointed elderly, the grumpy old men, people who’ve had a bit of a hard time in life and are a bit disappointed and think the country is going to the dogs and are susceptible to the argument it’s all the fault of foreigners”.

    Kenneth ClarkHe MP – Babbling Old Buffoon! 


    …but an enormous embarrassment , for he just kept reminding the electorate of what Cameron’s clique is all about. That the fact the country is not so much going to the dogs, but is almost unrecognisable as Britain any longer,is all the fault, not of foreigners, but of anti-democratic swine like himself and Cameron.

    Like me (a sprightly lad much younger than Clown Clarke) UKIP activists seem actually to enjoy life in general as much as they enjoy politics.



    Speaking from personal experience, politics IS a profession that’s much more fun when you simply say what you honestly think when asked a question, rather than resort to convoluted contortions or downright lies, like Cameron’s ‘cast-iron’ referendum pledge and his  ‘consultation’ on deviant ‘marriage’ turned out to be..

    Clarke’s comments came after Boris Johnson told a victory rally across the other side of the conference centre that Tories who defected to Ukip were the kinds of people who liked to have sex with vacuum cleaners.

    I have, to the best of my knowledge, never met any of the latter, nor wish to do so.





    Other reports of Bozo’s diatribe seem to indicate these Hooverasts also sexually abuse animals. Disgusting, certainly, but surely, given  Johnson’s above display, he ought to applaud them – why, I’m amazed he hasn’t authorised special promotional ads on London Transport – 


    ‘Some People Like To Attempt Fornication With Machines and Badgers.

    Get Over It!’


    …and some crass Tory battle-axe has weighed in.

    Earlier in the day, Thatcherite Tory MEP Jacqueline Foster had described the Ukip MEPs she had encountered in Strasbourg as “collectively boorish”http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/09/29/ukip-voters-ken-clarke_n_5903940.html

    Hell, this young biddy obviously hasn’t met Clarke!

    • Joseph B. Fox 21:32 on October 1, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I wouldn’t speak for myself, but my fellow ‘Kippers tend to be people who have done well in life. And we’re not all coffin dodgers.


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