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  • ross1948 08:55 on February 4, 2023 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: corporal punishment, Hall's Creek Western Australia,   

    Hall’s Creek, Or Hell On Earth? 

    Watched Oz Bias Channel today,8.30am, Jakarta time, but I’m not currently focusing on ABC leftery.

    Their news included video-cam footage of a respectable citizen intimidated…



    …by a pack of savages who were trying to brek into his vehicle.

    Not in Alice Springs this time.…

    Alice In Plunderland? Flog The Savages! 

    ….but in Hall’s Creek, in  Western Australia, where bestial youth gangs are similarly amok.

    Why the Hell don’t ANY state or federal law-makers demand reintroduction of corporal punishment?



    Public floggings would soon diminish the disorder.

    • Kemangeroo 09:05 on February 4, 2023 Permalink | Reply

      Good on you for keeping up with this
      It’s shaming for Australia.

      As for ABC bias, if we read that ABC story you linked to, the bias is there, this idiotic way of talking about dangerous criminals..

      But it’s not the only outback area where young people are caught in an offending cycle. ‘

      They are not ‘caught in a cycle.’ They are free to behave like normal young people, play footie, hang out, but they CHOOSE to act like wild animals.
      They need to be caught, locked up, and punished severely.


  • ross1948 13:05 on November 7, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , corporal punishment, ,   

    BBC And Major, Made For Each Other! 

    Was it the eternally Europhiliac BBC who invited that spineless clown Major…

    …into their radio studios to broadcast his bile?

    Or did the old has-been ring them up, gasping for a chance to remind his Remainiac fans that he’s still in the land of the living?

    Whichever, he made the most of his opportunity, determined to stab Britain in the back as the Fourth Reich continued its ranting insistence…



    …that their ECJ must forever rule, over what goes on in British Ulster.

    UK Pravda must have been delighted…



    …as he snarled his characteristic  collabo cr-p!

    Sir John told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that if the government did this, “it would be seen as very bad faith indeed, it would be seen as irresponsible… 


    Bad faith?



    What could be worse bad faith, what more irresponsible, than to vote against something you know is right, that you have publicly supported…

    Scots tawse in action


    ….but then turn your coat cravenly at the behest of a pack of robed rats in Strasbourg.

    A Swiss Reminder Of John Major’s Despicable Euro-Grovel 

    The creep cast principle to the wind and jumped through the hoop held out by the ECHR.



    If you ever meet him, in person, as I have, you’ll think he’s a very mild-mannered, mellow fellow.

    Politically, he’s a weasel.

    PS – Sunday morning, 9.20am Jakarta time, BBC World News featured their Chris Mason telling us that Major’s opinion ‘matter,’ because he’s an ex-PM.



    Then the Beebling afforded us examples of the wonky wisdom of the elderly plonker, on Ulster, among other things.

    But UK Pravda’s Mason should keep his OWN opinions out of it.

    Major’s opinions do NOT matter – nobody gives a damn what he thinks. I almost reproach myself for writing wbout him!


    • Pamela 17:50 on November 7, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      I think you are being far too nice, Ross.
      He was at a function I attended once and he was such a wuss, like that Dickensian character Uriah Heap, was it?
      On the political side, I fully agree with you, he was and is a weasel, worse, a Euro-weasel.


  • ross1948 18:00 on May 6, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , corporal punishment, , , , Tawse   

    Why’s BBC Flogging Old Belt Issues? 

    Andrew Campbell got a whole slew of time to whine soppily about the Scottish tawse…



    …but at least admitted that the majority of Scots did not want it abolished.

    Who the Hell is he?

    The son of a whiner mother, Grace Campbell, so inept in her arguments that she could not persuade her fellow-Scots to bow to her pinko shrilling.

    So she slunk off to the robed rogues in Strasbourg…



    …who of course obliged with an anti-democratic diktat.

    Grisly Grace is thus to blame, but the worse villain is that spineless clown Major…



    …who actually opposed the abolition of corporal punishment in schools…

    A Swiss Reminder Of John Major’s Despicable Euro-Grovel 

    …but cast principle to the wind and jumped through the hoop held out by the ECHR.



    But the real question I asked, of nobody in particular, when UK Pravda gave us soppy Andrew’s abolitionist spiel yesterday…


    …was WHY did they plaster such pinko guff on our screens, and, of course…


    …why did UK Pravda not give an equal platform to one of the MAJORITY of Scots who took a different view?

  • ross1948 19:19 on August 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corporal punishment, , , statue Montreal   

    Flog The Scum Who Felled Sir John! 

    The disgraceful desecration of Sir John’s statue in Montreal is bad enough…


    Sir John A Macdonald, first Canadian PM

    ….but the fact that no arrests have been made is infinitely worse.

    Are the police there genuinely slack, or are they led by crawlers like the multicultist slug who runs England’s Bristol constabulary?

    Police-State UK? Don’t Dare Say It’s OK To Be White! 

    Avon and Somerset Police Superintendent Andy Bennett said the action was“inexplicable and unacceptable,” and that the police treat “any reported hate crime with the utmost seriousness.” 


    Bad Cop Bennett – hope that’s his resignation letter!


    Bennett’s the klutz who ordered his officers to stand back and watch a mob of BLM scumbags commit criminal damage in Bristol.

    C’mon, Brits In Bristol! Fire Superintendent Slug! 

    But let’s get back to Canada!

    There must be witnesses?

    If they won’t come forward out of civic duty, then offer a reward?

    How about a Go-Fund effort to raise the money?

    And who wants to start a guessing game as to the background/origin of the perps, or, as the CBC bias cess-pool insists on calling them, ‘activists!’


    I’d say it’s much more likely that, rather than Red Indians, the criminals are red nazi antifa…


    ..spoilt whelps, pampered white cultural marxist college brats!

    We know their sort abhor democracy, no way would they leave it to elected representatives to decide if the statue should stay up or come down.

    We know that because one of their sort, holding mayoral  office on the far side of Canada, a nasty authoritarian vixen named Comrade Helps, once kindly told us so!


    Gambar terkait


    The reason we’re not doing a big public consultation on the statue per se is it would become a debate about do we keep the statue or do we remove the statue?”

    Victoria, BC – Pinko Mayor Scorns Democracy! 


    Ontario TeachersTalk Tripe On Sir John A MacDonald 

    Or perhaps one of the asinine imbeciles currently poisoning young minds in Ontario schools?

    Whoever it is, they should be publicly flogged!

    • Arnold 19:31 on August 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Heartily agree, Ross, but even principals in schools nowadays dare not take a belt to young hoods, or the principals would be prosecuted!
      I feel sorry for the people in Bristol. A lousy cop like that would do well in Canada, though,


    • Marty N 19:46 on August 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I like your thinking and the way you say it.
      I wish all these criminals could be caught and given a beating but Canada law is weak as a kitten.
      In Sir Johns time they knew what to do with criminals, not anymore.


  • ross1948 23:10 on August 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: corporal punishment, ,   

    Tar And Feather These Traitorous SOBs! 

    Leonard and Alfie Powell were found guilty of conspiring to breach immigration law, along with Wayne Bath, 38, of Sheerness, Kent; Sabah Dulaj, 23, of no fixed address; Albert Letchford, 42, of Dartford; and Arthur Nutaj, 39, of north London.


    Tarring and feathering and confinement in good old-fashioned British stocks would be a welcome initial step, with regular floggings to provide passers-by with entertainment.

    But for how long should they remain there?

    Given the gravity of their offence…

    Gang who planned to bring migrants to UK on jet skis convicted


    …why not make it for life!

    Or would these traitorous scum be better declared outlaws, with every decent citizen’s door closed to them, and every honest man’s hand raised against them?

    I leave it to you, dear readers.

    Any suggestions?

  • ross1948 22:25 on November 14, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: corporal punishment, , John Major UN, , , ,   

    A Swiss Reminder Of John Major’s Despicable Euro-Grovel 


    Even on Alpine slopes, namby-pamby weeds can flourish!



    What else can we deduce from The Leftal, sorry, The Local’s news, that ‘a group of Swiss citizens has launched a petition aiming to make it illegal under Swiss law for parents to slap or smack their children.’



    The wet wallies call themselves ‘No To Violence Against Children,’ and they plan to hand in a petition to the Swiss government with the aim of changing its mind, after the lower house of parliament voted against legislation on the subject last May.


    A quick slap from a responsible mum or dad can work wonders, but it’s up to each parent to decide when or if such sensible discipline should be applied.That’s presumably what the legislators thought.

    Unlike some other countries, Switzerland doesn’t qualify a slap by parents in the home as corporal punishment and has faced criticism from the UN on the subject.

    If some pinko twits disagree, then Switzerland has a democratic constitution, does it not, which gives them the right to start a citizens’ initiative?Don’t collect signatures for a petition…

    ….but for a referendum, and let EVERY Swiss decide in the ballot-box whether or not a smack or a trip to the wood-shed should be outlawed.

    But there’s no mention of the whiners doing that.Perhaps they suspect their far-out folly would be voted down if subjected to the test of democracy.


    But why, above, do I mention John Major?


    Because it was he who U-turned most cravenly, and bowed to the robed cretins of the Euro-Court, when they ordered him to end corporal punishment in the UK schools.

    Not only did Major thus scorn his own citizens, who had NO sympathy with the creeps who wanted to ban the cane and the tawse from class-rooms throughout the British Isles…


    Scots tawse in action


    …but he made himself a laughing-stock too!



    When the House of Commons, not long before the Clown-Court ruling, voted for the continuation of corporal punishment, Major had cast his vote with the majority of MPs and reflected the majority will of the British people.


    Yet within months, when HMV in Strasbourg snapped their wine-sodden robes and ordered him to flout his conscience and diss democracy, Major did so, shamefully.


    A spineless cur  beyond compare!

    Yet these days, he’s dredged up as a champion of the Anti-Brexit cause.

    Sir John Major attacks ‘unreal’ Brexit vision

    Hardly surprising, given his record of despising the people’s will.

  • ross1948 11:45 on June 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Anak Agung Ngurah Adi Ardanaignorant predatory guides, , Besakih, corporal punishment, Hindu temple, tourist trap   

    Tourists! Enjoy Beautiful Bali – But Beware of Besakih! 

    I’ve been warning people for years about Besakih, that grand Hindu temple in Bali, and the appalling avarice of the A-holes who somehow seem to have control over much of the ‘tourist industry’ in its vicinity.


    • ———————-
    • So it was good to read ( in that Balinese  website I often like to use) that Bali’s provincial legislature may at last be taking steps to curb the swine.
    • They’re are not only unpleasant in themselves but also leave visitors with a poor impression of the Hindu faith, which is a great shame because most Balinese, who are Hindu of course, are decent friendly sorts.
    • I like Bali a lot, for numerous reasons. 

      Bali Hindu King – Don’t Kill Our Cows! Muslim ‘Scholars’ – Get Lost!! 


    c7f1d-day11-evildead2 Unpleasant A-hole!


    No need for me to repeat myself – you can go back to my previous posts…

    Bali’s Besakih Temple – Ten Years On, Still Disgracing The Isle of The Gods! 

    ….but here’s my first-hand account of what went on during my first visit over FIFTEEN years ago

    ##############extract ###########################3

    The badgering to hire a ‘guide,’ who knew little enough, and to hire a sarong, were just about tolerable, but the ridiculous price asked for simple admission, with ‘suggested’ charges listed in dollars and yen, made me wonder if this was truly a place of worship of gods or of Mammon.

    (When we looked askance at the importunate buffoon, he promptly showed us a ‘guest-list’ – it appeared to be signed by various overseas visitors, proudly acknowledging contributions of immense generosity. A work of fiction, or a testimony to the gullibilty of foreigners? I haven’t yet figured that out)

    Mammon, we decided, so made to walk away, but then suddenly Rp.50,000 was enough for the two of us to gain entry.(as a sometime amateur archaeologist, I really like climbing about old temples and would have been irked had I not called their bluff successfully)




    But what finally hacked me off was after the climb, when we emerged onto the road lined with tatty souvenir shops and warungs.

    A cold drink was in order, so down we sat and ordered two cans of Pepsi.

    You can buy them in mini-markets in Jakarta today for under Rp.5000, so back then the purchase price was maybe Rp.3000. Given that it was a tourist trap, I expected a bill for maybe Rp.10 or 15 thousand. No -THIRTY THOUSAND Rupiah, or more, I think, was the sum demanded by the unsmiling crone who served us.

    ################ end of extract#

    …and now here’s credible back-up for what I said.

    Foreign tourists are again complaining about extortion practiced by “local guide” who prey on visitors to Bali’s most sacred holy shrine – the Pura Agung Besakih…com, these complaints are being considered seriously by a special commission on tourist guides established at the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali)


     Chairman Ardana


    Commission Chairman Anak Agung Ngurah Adi Ardana’s most telling statement has to be this.

    “If there are tourists who do not want to use the services of a local guide, I ask that they (local guides) do not try to force or coerce tourists to use their services.”

     He has expressed his concern at the negotiated prices now being applied and the impression received by many tourist visitors that they are being victimized and preyed upon.


    As indeed the poor tourists are!


    Ardana would do better to arrest the most offensive ‘guides’ and send them off to Aceh for a sound thrashing,  rather than talk to them.

    Indonesia Sharia Law

    There’s nothing wrong with corporal punishment if it’s administered for real offences, like exploiting innocent foreign visitors,  rather than the imbecilic sectarian garbage ‘crimes’  – like guys holding hands with their girl-friends or girls straddling motor-bikes!

  • ross1948 16:16 on March 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: APEX, , , corporal punishment, desert island, , , , thug-gang   

    Simple Solution to Melbourne Scum – Down Or Out! 

    Having had a lot of good times in Melbourne, I was, like most of the people who live there and no doubt the poor tourists who were visitng the city, horrified to read of the savages who ran amok at the weekend.

    There were 150 of the vile swine, who congregated in Melbourne on Saturday chanting “f*** the police” and “it’s a public space, we have a right to be here”.

    But of course they don’t have any such right. Rabid beasts have no rights, except to be put down.



    Then the primitive pigs instituted a reign of terror.

    Even more horrifying was the quote from a Salvation Army spokesman, that a fear of being labelled racist meant little effort was being done to tackle the gangs whose members predominantly hail from eastern Africa but also the Middle East and the South Pacific.  http://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/news/deep-anger-at-core-of-apex-gang-causing-havoc-on-melbournes-streets/news-story/

    If so, that’s damnable.

    But what did the man mean by ‘tackle the gangs?’

    Sane folk would imagine that requires billy-clubs, ferocious dogs, bullets and the birch, in no particular order.

    Ready for APEX animals?

    • Alas, after reading the entire story, I have now concluded that the Salvation Army, to which I’ve always donated, is not a worthy or responsible cause any longer.
    • Listen to the plaintive puke, Brendan Nottle,  who serves as Commanding Officer of the Salvation Army in Victoria, as he tries to spin a pinko yarn to explain the pigs’samok-run.
    • “I think its driven by this deep seated anger…


    Hasil gambar untuk brendan nottle


    … It’s no surprise to me this happened….”

    Mr Nottle said African youth, mainly immigrants, had suffered through a deeply tortuous journey to Australia, often spending years in camps in “appalling” conditions.

    And instead of being exemplary in their behaviour, to signify their gratitutde ot the land that let them in, they reward their hosts with mayhem?

    Sod the foul ingrates!




    But Nutty Nottle’s not finished – a lot of this unwanted garbage-gang don’t do well in school!.

    And that’s another reason for their mayhem?


    • b5300-retardalert
    • Being too stupid or lazy to do simple school-work that decent kids, normal human beings, can handle?

    “We need to have some very serious conversations, and not point the finger, about why people are so angry.”

    People are so angry?. This dimwit is seriously talking about the scum, not their victims, the people who have a RIGHT to be angry?

    • 3c1b1-get_real_big

    Gimme a break!

    Conversations? With wild animals?

    Sure, don’t point the finger…..


    …point your GUNS!

    That’s how police should be ordered to quell the next outbreak.

    But that won’t happen. Not in the current unwholesome climate of liberal permissiveness that Turnbull continues to foster.


    Other media sources are more specific about the vermin’s Un-Australian origins.  Violent Sudanese-based Apex gang blamed 

    Sudanese, West African and Pacific Islanders, we’re told!

    And they should, normal people would surely agree,  be removed to Sudan, West Africa and the appropriate islands, after an extended series of public floggings.

    out with them


    • If those countries cavil about accepting back filthy vermin, best then just to beat the beasts till they beg for mercy, then stick ’em on an island which has no human population for them to torment.
    • ———–

    Lease Rockall from the UK – sorry for the gulls, though!


    With luck, they’d eventually kill each other off.

    But again, how many MPs would even vote for the needful restoration of corporal punishment? Or for banishment?

    A bleak future.

    Nor should we ignore Nutty Nuttle’s other offensive outburst, about how –

    “It’s important we don’t drive an even greater wedge with the African community….”

    Its that ‘community’ which has failed to turn the scum into decent citizens. If that ‘community’ now takes the side of the scum rather than the police, that ‘community’ doesn’t belong in a civilised country.

    Send them packing. .

    Let’s end with a little light relief!

    Rather than tell the truth about evil undesirable aliens, Sky News fogged the issue with this PC gem, to describe the nature of the rabid rabble.

    …a loose affiliation from a range of cultural backgrounds ..



    • Ally 16:38 on March 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      So true, all you say, Ross, and a thousand thanks for saying it loud and clear.
      Australia doesn’t need garbage like ‘Apex’ and all the other wild animals that have been let in and been breeding like rabbits since as soon as they landed.
      Soon the people will need to do something if the government won’t. I never thought Australia would come to tihs

      I used to give to the Salvos too, any time I saw them out with the collection cans, but this Nottle has changed all that.
      Making excuses for animals like them in Melbourne is just not on.
      Make them suffer for what they have done. . .


  • ross1948 15:22 on March 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corporal punishment, , , , , , smacking,   

    UK Pinkos Use EuroCreeps to Smack Down French Parents! 



    France is set for a rebuke from Europe’s human rights watchdog after a British charity complained that the country’s laws on smacking children are vague and insufficient.

    Just got back from a nice wander round town, culminating in a good guzzle, and ready for a post-prandial nap. But first – a question! 

    Why’s a ‘British’ charity ( ‘charity?’ – sounds more like a political pressure group!) sticking its permissive beak into matters that are entirely the province of French families and, more arguably, the French legal code? 


    • 0742f-stickybeak
    • ———————

    Whenever this subject comes up, I always recall another pinko moron, claiming to be a parent, who assailed me on another blog. I’d suggested, quite low-key, that school discipline would improve if teachers had the power of corporal punishment restored to them.


    • idiot bad pinko parent
    • —————-
    • The cretin at once went into rant mode, daring me to hit his brat, in which case he’d (hiding behind a pseudonym, of course) physically assault me. Irrational hysteria, since although I was then teaching classes, the language school would not have allowed any smacks.

    But that bad parent showed how standards had fallen in the West. If a brat got belted by a teacher in healthier times and went home to lodge snot-nosed whines with his parents, they’d have given him another whack for good measure!

    Most interesting among the media that covered this latest example of ‘Europe’ interfering in sovereign nations’ rights, was this extract from a BBC report. 

    Despite polls giving very similar results in both France and the UK when it comes to a legal ban on smacking – almost 69% were against it in the UK last year, against 67% in France in 2009 ….http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-31764589

    And that should surely be an end to the matter. But no…- the mood music around the issue can sometimes seem very different


    • amajor
    • ———————
    • That gutless twit John Major, despite having himself voted for corporal punishment in schools, exemplified the putrescence of the UK political establishment by U-turning, his response like a Pablov Dog, when the EuroCourt decadents cracked their whip some years ago. 
    • Now the cultural marxists are moving from the class-rooms into the living-rooms.

    Why is this happening – because people in Britain are indoctrinated?

    No – but intimidated? Yes, by the rotten chattering classes.



    Read on-  

    Comments on the British parenting website, Mumsnet, were almost uniformly opposed, with many readers describing it as “abhorrent”, “bullying” and “inexcusable”. “Does anyone smack their children anymore?” one asked. “And if so, is anyone brave enough to admit it, to explain why?” http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-31727515

    Aha. Out of the mouths of degenerates!

    The website, open to all, is monopolised by pinko freaks, and woe betide anyone ‘brave’ enough to dissent. Sounds like the same old story we have heard and seen on multicult, on immigration. ‘I’m not ..but..

    Timidity, a note of apology, for saying what you believe. If you won’t go with the pinko flow, best pipe down, or you’re in for it.

    Let’s hope France tells the ignoramus Euro-Creeps to sod off. God knows Clown Cameron will never  do so.

    • Janet T. 11:05 on March 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Terrific. I used to like Major because he wasn’t a toff.
      Then he let us all down by doffing his hat and being subservient to those foreign judges.
      No backbone.


  • ross1948 18:01 on November 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corporal punishment, , , , , , Un-British   

    UKIP Un-British? Look At Major’s Record! 



    Sir John Major brands Ukip ‘profoundly un-British in every way’

    Oh, really?
    Major’s idea if what British means may be different from most Brits. I met him once, an affable man, but one who did not strike me as a battler for Britain.
    At the time, I was, of course, well aware of his record, the most shameful part of which must be the episode when he lied to the nation, saying that the idea of talks with Sinn Fein/IRA murder-gang boss Gerry Adams would ‘make my stomach churn.’
    Some fools evidently believed him, but those of us who were in touch with the beleaguered Brits in Ulster knew better.
    And sure enough, his stuck-up slob minion, Mayhew, was in regular communication with the terrorist scum across the water.
    Major has never apologised for that mendacious treason, nor for lying about it.
    British? Yeah, and I’m Kazakh.
    And what about his conscienceless U-turn on school discipline? He himself was all in favour of maintaining order in the class-room by the traditional and effective means of corporal punishment.
    Empty Threats, But Cameron Will Cower From Crim-Loving Court
    But when HMV in Strasbourg, the effete rogue judges on the ECHR, shrilled their arrogant instructions, that louts should never fear again the short sharp shock of the cane or the tawse, Major jumped through their hoop faster than a greased weasel.
    No consultation with the British people on what goes on in British schools – yes, sir, no, sir, three bags of appeasement full, Your Continental Honours, Sirs. 
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