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  • ross1948 23:00 on February 21, 2023 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , anc, corruption, mandela, naval exercises, ,   

    Tell South Africa – “Mooch Off Yer Red Allies!” 

    South Africa was once a British ally, a key UK partner in World War 2…



    …but as you may have seen on the news this month, the South African navy has been cordially engaged in joint exercises with not only the Russians…



    …but also with the world’s largest tyranny, Adolf Xi’s Red China….



    So when we read that..

    South Africans are demanding the return of the Great Star of Africa, which is kept with other jewels in the Tower of London….


    …what response ought we to hope for, after Charles’  Koh-i- Noor crawl?

    Koh-i-Noor? Give It To Reza Shah, 

    I would respectfully suggest that any whiners down there should be told to…


    … and if the country needs to top up its coffers, skip trying to rip off Britain, and focus instead on the foul corruption…



    …which has engulfed the place since the ANC took power.


    • Joey Carpenter 00:53 on February 22, 2023 Permalink | Reply

      Wasnt Mandela a secret Communist?
      Never had the integrity to admit it?
      Only exposed when he was dead?
      Of course they’re in with the villains.
      Of course we should tell them to F off.


  • ross1948 08:05 on September 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: corruption, , Indonesia Corruption Wa,   

    Death To Corruptors, MUI? Why Not Terrorists? 

    It’s been a while since I wrote about the MUI…


    …Indonesia’s Council of ‘Scholars’ – a state-subsidised body with fancy premises in uptown Jakarta.

    But last week’s comments from Ikhsan Abdullah, their ‘Deputy General Secretary for Law and Human Rights, ‘ got my attention.

    The prominent ‘scholar’ is very upset by a case of alleged corruption involving ‘mosque grant funds.’

    If necessary, he said, corruptors should be sentenced to death in order to provide a deterrent effect




    There is much to be said for capital punishment, not least that it’s 100% a deterrent – how many executed crims have re-offended?

    Most Brits would love to see restoration of the death penalty, for various categories of atrocious crime, esp terrorism.

    But no way will the UK’s jellyfish elite allow a referendum.

    But strangely, here, where Indonesia’s excellent security forces do good work taking out jihadist scum, despite bitching from undesirables….

    Jakarta Echoes of Gibraltar – How Dare You Kill Terrorists?


    …the MUI has not so far called for evil sectarians to be put down.

    Quite the contrary, in the case of a particularly evil sectarian, not that long ago.



    In fact, when the authorities began talk of releasing the savage, what did the MUI have to say?

    A Wise And Noble Step?” Islamic ‘Scholars’ On Terrorist Unleashed In Indonesia! 

    Far wiser, surely, to do what was done, righteously, to the Bali Pigs…



    .. though sadly there’s been no terrorist executions since, as far as I know.

    • Linawati 08:26 on September 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      You ask a very good questiion.
      Is MUI only in mood to kill if mosque money missing.
      Terrorist should all die, of course.


    • Kemangeroo 16:45 on September 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Good question, mate. It took a long time for Indonesia to shoot those b. 3 Bali –tards that murdered so many Australians, but they did shoot them finally.
      But it’s a little tricky trying to explain why Australia doesn’t have the balls to shoot terrorists.
      I never heard a good argument why we shouldnt.


  • ross1948 01:19 on June 8, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corruption, , money politics, Texas tranny scandal   

    GOP Jerks Betray Children – Shame On The Rats! 

    Despite heroic efforts by Mass Resistance to get legislation enacted to safeguard children from ‘transgender sex-change procedures…’

    …..ALT TEXT

    Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller (in cowboy hat) speaks at rally organized by MassResistance for H1399 outside of the Texas State House

    …we read that ‘the Governor, Lt. Governor, and House Speaker exerted their power’ to sabotage the key reforms.

    How these slimy ‘Republican’ politicians did this, and MUCH MORE importantly, WHY…




    …is explained in the MR report, here – https://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen4/21b/TX-politicians-sell-out-kids/index.html

    It”s a sordid saga of big money v small children, and it makes one sick to read it.



    The entire GOP in-crowd in Texas needs to be purged, and no conservative should lift a finger to defend the swine…



    …when they are, in political terns, run out of town.

    This applies in particular to one obnoxious slug, the GOP’s Representative Jared Patterson, who resorted to vicious personal insults when subjected to perfectly legitimate questions from MR’s Tracy Shannon.

  • ross1948 18:32 on January 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corruption, freebies, Town Twinning,   

    UK Town-Twinning Racket? Still Rotten After All These Years? 

    An exceedingly boring, rambling rant by that leftist loudmouth Adonis on the Europhiliac TNE site…



    …but he offered town-twinning as an example of a way of promoting anti-Brexit emotionalism, which brought back my own fight with that rotten racket.

    One of the oft-repeated refrains of the pro-twinning councillors where I then lived, about 50 miles from London, was that it was not an excuse for jolly councillor junkets.



    So, I asked, as the only councillor who consistently voted against twinning, what about the trips to ‘our’ twin town in Germany?



    ’Oh, we don’t use tax-payers’ money to pay for our trips!’ was their indignant retort.

    So who does pay for all your lovely meals, and your rather fancy hotel accommodation, and the outings to places of interest, was my curious response.



    ‘Oh, the German town picks up the tab for all that!’

    And when the German dignitaries come here on a reciprocal basis?

    Well, of course our town pays for that! We couldn’t expect our guests to stump up! That would be ungracious, and you’re being ungracious to suggest we shouldn’t!’

    So Yours Truly was the bad guy!

    I proceeded to write, in my ( self-financed ) councillor’s news-letter, which went through the letter-box of every one of the several thousand people I was elected to represent, a summary of these exchanges.

    I pointed out that this was no more than morally corrupt mutual back-scratching, ‘freebies’ galore for my venal council colleagues, a rip-off perpetrated at German local tax-payers’ expense…



    …and ‘freebies’ galore for a bunch of German council notables, perpetrated at MY electorate’s expense.



    Since it was all true, they couldn’t call me a liar, but ‘mischief-maker’ was the nicest term deployed against me.

    My call for a local referendum was howled down – it was not something that should be decided by those who pay the bills.

    Last I heard, it was still going on…

    ….though there was talk of the EUSSR using MORE tax-payers’ money to fund these rackets, with local councils..


     ….invited to submit and set up projects addressing the question of the involvement of the citizens in the policy-making processes of EU and the role that local government can play to bring citizens closer to the EU institutions.

    For more information about the funding opportunities and the application procedures within…


    • Kit Hillman 00:34 on January 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The twinning racket, that’s a good way to put it.
      The councillors get great trips and throw parties for the twinned foreigners and never put their hands in their own pockets to pay for any of it.
      We have it in our city too, and it’s not just one foreign town either.


  • ross1948 08:53 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , corruption, , , ,   

    Unrest in Indonesia – The BIG Issue? 

    Having lived in Jakarta or thereabouts for more than two decades, I have come to love the city, despite it’s frustrations, notably the traffic…



    ..but I still use public transport, which has certainly improved over the years…



    …with the TransJakarta buses a big improvement on those old kopajas.

    The bonus from using buses is that I get to talk to lots of local people and often see the same folks on the same buses they use every day to work or college.

    One such is an undergrad guy, who likes to talk politics.

    He used to say he was only interested in the subject academically, but he was impressed that I had once been a student anti-communist activist.

    Like most Indonesians, he understands how evil communism is.

    However, this month has changed him.

    He just told me today that he had joined the turbulent demo last week!


    Because he likes freedom.

    Much media coverage has concerned the benighted moves to jail those ‘guilty’ of extra-marital sex…

    …which has been happening for thousands of years in every country but seems to get uptight old (and younger) windbags here terribly steamed up.


    Especially when they’re caught!

    Far worse, in my view, is the ‘blasphemy’ nonsense – various Western media have mentioned this as a cause of the rowdy unrest, but I cannot pin-point any specific alteration planned.

    As if the law were not already quite oppressive enough, as shown by the imprisonment of Jakarta’s best-ever governor, Ahok, two years ago, merely for quoting a verse.



    Slouching Towards Shariah, Indonesia Jails Ahok

    Some malevolents even wanted to have him executed!

    There’s also an imbecilic clause about insulting the head of state.

    And there are issues about the campaign against corruption, which is at least as offensive to decent people as the Brussels/Strasbourg rip-offs are to the subjects of the EUSSR…..

    “I’m Interested In…”“Oh No You’re Not,” Say Strasbourg Slugs! 


    Brussels Lush Again – Your Taxes Pay For This Bum’s Booze! 

    …which are not oftimes reported here, although local scandals are!

    Beef Scandal – Islamist Fanatic Luthfi Jailed ‘Till the Cows Come Home!’ 

    I offer you a link with more details on the demo and the reasons.


    So which did my commuter-pal object to most?

    Not the so-called ban on ‘free-sex’ – ‘but you foreigners must beware,’ he laughed!

    Nor the ‘blasphemy’ blather. ‘It will make no difference,’ he said, ‘Ahok never blasphemed but they jailed him anyway!’

    Nor even the corruption issue. With a ruling class like ours, he shook his head sadly, corruption will never end.


    My bus buddy wants to be free to insult heads of state.



    Not that he especially dislikes President Jokowi  – in fact he says the incumbent is ‘not a bad guy.’

    But he savours what he reads about life in the West, where EVERYBODY insults every politician every day!


    If They Were Your Daughters? Merkel’s Never-Ending Evil 

    And with good reason, I had to admit!







    • JazPen 11:18 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A fair summary but I have to hand it to you, Ross, you manage to hammer away at your preffered targets of every kind even when talking about here.

      I hear the traffic is turning bad again today because of students doing their demos again.
      You staying home?


      • ross1948 14:34 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I wish I had stayed home, JazPen. I got another book from that little shop in Pasar Festival, and eventually got the 6A to change at Monas. We passed through Sarinah, a stop there, then at Bank Indonesia were told it was going no further and we had to return to Sarinah.
        Clever, ya?
        From Sarinah, we had a long and winding mystery tour via Cideng’s back streets then instead of going down to Grogol via Tomang, we all got taken back to Harmoni, which we passed without stopping and took the route past RS Sundel Bolong!
        Capek dech!


    • Wulan 15:12 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Oh Ross, you make me laugh when you say RS Sundel Bolong.
      The halte busway name is RS Sumber Waras.
      The sundelbolong is a dangerous ghost with a hole in her back.
      But you know that, ya, very funny hehehe. I laugh like kuntilanak.


  • ross1948 15:57 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: corruption, , , , ,   

    Dirty Strasbourg Slugs! What Are They Hiding? 

    The European Parliament questions whether the ombudsman had the right to criticise the institution’s “margin of discretion” in deciding on publication of confidential papers about the controversial monthly €4,513 expenses lump sum for MEPs. Read


    Do read on, and tell as many people as you can about how these foul Strasbourg Slugs are scared stiff  of exposure to even deeper loathing and contempt than that in which the public already holds them.




    • Edward Lamont 16:09 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Amen to that!


    • Mel Henderson 16:13 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I like this better, when you let the story speak for itself.
      It’s not that I don’t appreciate your rage, but when you produce half a dozen a day, I can’t devote that much time to reading everything.


    • Petra Malley 19:13 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I will pass this on but most, if not all British people know that the European ‘Parliament’ is riddled with self-seeking grubs. They see their ‘jobs’ as a means to enrich themselves at the expense of the people they are there to represent.
      If there were any justice in their ‘Europe,’ they would be put on trial for corruption, then put up against a wall and shot.


      • Vanessa Reilly 21:53 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Petra, if you are proposing a firing squad for the Strasbourg Slugs, I would like to volunteer!


  • ross1948 04:51 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corruption, , , , The MEP Project, ,   

    Read This As Polls Open – Report Slams Sly MEP Swine! 

    A third of MEPs even declined to reveal addresses of their offices, gave addresses that could not be found on the map or simply refused to answer.

    That’s pretty bad.

    What have they got to hide?

    …investigations (brought together under The MEPs Project) had shown that many of these offices just did not exist….


    The question above, and the stunning conclusion, come from a report on a case lost by a group of journalists  and you should note well that these are NOT ‘populist’ or ‘nationalist’ journos.

    Not at all.

    I’m looking at a page from the fanatically Europhiliac EUObserver.

    As they say themselves –

    We, the journalists from The MEPs Project who have co-signed this opinion piece do not share a political platform.

    We have very different opinions on the future of the EU.

    However, as reporters covering European affairs, we have one common objective: to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions as well as their use of taxpayers´ money.

    I’m not going to quote the entire report, but it’s worth noting that their indictment of ‘Europe’ is not ONLY of the Strasbourg Slug MEPs..



    ….but also of the arrogant elitists on the ECJ – the very body to whose arbitrary rulings…


    evil judge


    …Theresa the Traitrix would have her sleazy deal, backstop and all, be subject.



    the European Court of Justice…decided that the MEPs’ right to privacy trumped our right of access to documents

    Euro-Jerk Judges laughing at the tax-payers?


    We thought the European Court of Justice would recognise the democratic public interest in this request.

    We thought the European parliament would share our concern and seize the chance to strengthen the legitimacy of the parliament.

    We were wrong on both assumptions.

    Given that reality, why would ANYONE in the UK want Britain to stay in a sty occupied by dirty, disreputable, greedy swine?





    In 2019, all members receive €4,513 each month for keeping offices in their home countries while not on duty in Brussels and Strasbourg.

    This allowance comes on top of their salaries (€8,757.70/month), and in addition to reimbursements for travel costs (business airfare/first-class rail fare).

    They also receive allowances for living costs (€320/day). The office allowances represents more than €40m a year.

    Out of 748 MEPs at the time of our investigation in 2017, only 53 were prepared to show documentation for actual spending.https://euobserver.com/opinion/144827


    enjoy-its from europe


    As the journos remark…

    So much for transparency of public spending.

    We did not ask what tax the parliamentarians pay or how they otherwise use their salary.

    We were not looking for information about their private lives.

    Rather we asked for documents that the European parliament is supposed to have in order to verify that this public money is spent in accordance with the rules.

    This argument was not enough to break the privacy barrier, we were told by the court.

    Their final segment is headed, accurately, with the words, ‘Lost battle...’

    Thus, we lost the legal battle. Then there was the political reaction.

    On 31 January 2019 a majority of the Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of a change of the rules that govern their expenditures.

    It will in the future be made technically possible for individual MEPs to publish a voluntary audit of their use of the General Expenditure Allowance (GEA), the office money, on their official websites.

    That is to say:

    No demand for auditing.

    No obligations to document costs.

    No accountability of how the allowances are used.

    There’s a lot more, but anyone naive enough to contemplate a vote for Remain stooge shouldn’t need ANY more!

    f the European parliament rejecting responsibility and accountability.

    This is all the more surprising as now the EU commissioners and the top officials of the EU agencies publish details about their travel expenses.

    • Mick Smith 13:27 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You got off to an early start but this is a damning indictment of ‘Europe!’
      Merkel has no principles so naturally she wont say a word about her cronies in Strasbourg.


    • Chubby Chalmers 14:41 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We knew the slugs suck up as much of our money as they can with all those expenses, but hiding out and non-existent addresses is incredibly out of order,
      That ECJ court is up to its neck in the system, which is why they protect the MEP rip-offs from scrutiny.
      I would love to know how much tax money drains away there into the judges pockets, salaries, expenses and unlike the MEPs they’re not even elected.


    • Noreen Paterson 19:25 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A long day if you’re leafletting in a fresh breeze but I think we will win.
      Your slug story was very handy as a different talking point with people.


    • Diana 22:38 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Now that all the campaigners have fallen silent, almost, once the voting’s done, we have to wait and see.
      I read somewhere that Brussels has banned exit polls.
      Is that so and if it is so, who gave Brussels the power to tell our UK media what they can and cannot publish?


      • Adrian Bonner 23:06 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I’m afraid so, Diana. There are lots of laws about elections but as usual the UK has to do what it’s told by Brussels, or else.
        EU dictates are not to be challenged.

        I confirmed this from the BBC’s own website, and they admit that ‘there is an additional restriction in the UK for European elections…it is a criminal offence to publish exit polls or opinion polls which ask people how they’ve voted (anywhere in the EU) before 22:00 BST on Sunday 26 May.’

        British political leaders have never stood up to Brussels on this and I have never heard of any media protests either. To me, it’s not something I care much about, one way or the other but I don’t like any bossy rules from anywhere so I looked it up.

        The excuse is that if Brits vote for a left or right party, for example, today, then the Greeks or Italians (who vote on the weekend ) might be influenced by the British results, which is pretty illogical if you ask me, and insults the intelligence of the Greeks and Italians, as if they can’t think for themselves!
        In the USA results on the Atlantic coast are announced while Californians are still voting but nobody thinks that’s a problem.


        • Ernie Lyon 22:30 on May 25, 2019 Permalink

          Whatever UK law says about banning exit polls, it is not being applied in other countries.
          I just watched news from Dublin, all about the exit polls there.


        • ross1948 13:56 on May 26, 2019 Permalink

          Ernie, and all others bemused by this topic, I have just found a brief explanation of the exit poll mystery, in EUObs, that Brussels-friendly site that has its uses.
          Here’s the link.


      • Pamela 23:21 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Diana, you will be arrested and charged if you try to conduct an exit poll.
        It’s the British Government acting as enforcers for the EU again.
        I think it’s ridiculous.
        Nobody is obliged to say how they vote but why should it be a crime to ask politely?


    • Brian Cessner 01:24 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I have been catching up on the news about the European election and maybe we are at cross purposes but in Holland exit polls are happening. Euronews has a short report https://www.euronews.com/2014/05/22/wilders-anti-eu-party-pushed-to-fourth-place-in-netherlands-exit-polls
      So are exit polls illegal or not?


    • David Terelli 09:34 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A Google check, lots of news about exit polls. I also double-checked that BBC site. No exit polls.
      This is intriguing.


  • ross1948 20:58 on January 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , corruption, , expenses scandals, , ,   

    Euro-Jerk Judges Exposed – For SOME Of Their Offences! 

    Are judges destroying transparency in EU institutions?


    That’s the headline in one of EUObserver’s final 2018 reports, and we have to agree with the author – the answer is yes!

    The overpaid robed jerks are up to their wine-swilling necks in covering up the equally overpaid Strasbourg Slugs…

    What An Arrogant Merkelite Slug! 


    “I’m Interested In…”“Oh No You’re Not,” Say Strasbourg Slugs! 


    …and the un-elected Euro-Commissars…

    Brussels Lush Again – Your Taxes Pay For This Bum’s Booze! 

    … the expenses of all those parasites being shrouded in mystery despite the best efforts – and I give even the Europhiliac hacks due credit for trying – to penetrate the legalistic smoke-screens put up and preserved by arrogant court rulings, which the top link tells you all about.




    But while greedy, bloated expense accounts are an abomination, surely there are a lot worse EuroCourt rulings, like that disgraceful one that gives alien crimmigrants a get-out-of-jail-free card…



    Let illegal migrants go free, EU court orders..

    …and the quite recent outrage, by those deranged swine on that same ‘European Court of Human Rights…’


    evil judge

    that imposed shariah blasphemy diktats on every nation in Europe when they upheld that Austrian lady’s conviction for ‘insulting religion.’


    Whether the Nuremberg Trials were judicially legitimate is open to debate, but their object was to eliminate the threat the victorious Allies saw in the remnants of the Third Reich.

    Once the political Enemy Within is routed, and we hope that this year’s European ‘Parliament’ elections will see the first Continent-wide win in a war that will take some time…

    ‘Let’s Unite Europe!’ We Should Echo That Heroic Call! 

    …it would not be unreasonable to bring a lot of the legal lice out of their collaborationist courts and put them on trial for what they have done.

    • William Johnston 14:41 on January 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Democratise the courts. These judges should chosen by the people, not beehind closed doors in obscure machinations.
      Failing that, they should be subject to recall by citizens.


  • ross1948 23:41 on May 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: corruption, financial probe, ,   

    Schulz Probe Closed, But ‘Europe’ Out To Get Marine! 

    The EU’s anti-fraud office has dropped a probe into former European Parliament chief Martin Schulz.



    A 2016 report from the EU parliament found it “difficult to differentiate fully” Schulz’s political activities from his preparation as “Spitzenkandidat” to head the Socialists political group in the 2014 European elections. It also noted “at least indirect use of Parliament staff” in Schulz’s personal campaign efforts.





    No charges! 

    End of story! Despite what Der Spiegel reported earlier this year that Schulz’s campaign manager for his bid to become German chancellery, Markus Engels, had been receiving an EU parliament salary while mostly working out of an office in Berlin since 2012. Engels at the time also reportedly received a special tax-exemption status and had his travel expenses covered given that his contractual place of employment was Brussels.

    Forget all that boring old stuff!

    Schulz is pure as the driven snow!

    But the very same week the Europhiliac German Socialist is exonerated, guess who the Strasbourg ‘Parliament’ is gunning for?

    EU Parliament to Consider Lifting Le Pen’s Immunity…

    Ain’t that just an amazing coincidence? That report came out on 27th April.

    Do the math!

    How many days before the French Presidential Election?


    • jerry Jerman 00:47 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      It is a great pity so many facts have been ignored, like the facts in Der Spiegel that you say.
      It is a very poor choice Germans have, no difference on big matters, so not like the French who have two candidates so very different.


    • Gil Shawe 02:27 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The dirty tricks department is busy, and the dirty politician is off the hook.
      I dont think it will damage Marine’s chances because the timing is so obviously meant to.

      What is much more dangerous is the every day (and night) media bias which you have commendably tried to document, although your best efforts have only exposed the tip of the ice berg.’
      If your French language skill was as good as your German, you’d have found tonnes!
      That’s not a criticism, just a statement of fact.


  • ross1948 12:24 on January 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Saya Copet', , corruption, , , , , , pickpocket, ,   

    “I’m A Pick-Pocket!” OK! So Why Not Shame IslamoNazis? 

    Speaking of criminals – I refer to my previous post, in which I abhorred Obama’s ( admittedly unsurprising) empathy with treasonous freaks…

    Breaking – Obama Commutes Traitor Freak’s Sentence 

    …I thought overseas readers might be interested in the sort of scene which met my gaze a few days ago when I transitted Harmoni Central Halte Busway, the main bus junction in Jakarta.


    Hasil gambar untuk saya copet harmoni“I am a pick-pocket!’ (no camera on me, so that is a previous example – seems it happens a lot, tho I’d not witnessed it before!)


    I emerged from a Route 8 bus and was walking up to catch another, heading south, when I passed what I at first took to be an effigy.

    Not so!

    It moved (very slightly) and I slowed down to stare at the individual with his hands bound behind his back and a sign slung round his neck, declaring to all the world that –


    Seems he had been apprehended, and probably roughly handled – one hopes- for trying to steal from law-abiding users of the bus-way.

    A good idea?

    Probably, though if all the pick-pockets in Jakarta were caught and similarly subjected to public shaming, it would cause congestion at bus-stops!


    • Paris-Pickpockets
    • ——-
    • When I was new to the city, I fell prey to such anti-social swine, and, though now alert to the risks (and thus unscathed for years) I gather it still goes on, a lot.
    • But what I’d like to see is the same treatment meted out to other sorts of criminals as well.
    • ——-
    • The rich corruption convicts, of whom there are way too many, and sectarian hoodlums…



    …don’t get put in places like busways with signs round their necks identifying their outrageous crimes.

    …even when they attack the police!

    There are other undesirables about too, all over Indonesia, not just in Jakarta, like those foul brutes in Cikeusik…



    Cikeusik, Banten Province, February 6th, 2011. Watch the pigs at their bloody work on this link..   http://www.liveleak.com/view.


    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 

    … and those cowardly louts in Jogjakarta, whose violence we covered some time ago…

    IslamoNazi Thugs Attack Indonesian Artist in Jogja 

    If such anti-social creatures were put on display in public places, people would probably not just cast a dismissive glance at the scum and walk by.

    Likely, they’d be spat on, kicked, or at least loudly derided.

    And THAT would be a VERY good thing.

    So why does it never seem to happen?

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