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  • ross1948 2:24 pm on May 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Victory For Marine! 


    Great news from France, that Marine Le Pen, the patriot party leader…

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    ….who stands an excellent chance of ousting Le Muppet Macron in next year’s presidential election, has been acquitted…

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    …on the ridiculous charges related to her posting photos of jihadist atrocities online.

    She did indeed post the pictures, but, as was obvious from the get-go, NOT to glorify the misdeeds of sectarian vermin…

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    These pictures, of a filthy sectarian pig at Cikeusik, Indonesia, murdering an innocent Ahmadi…and…below, of the ISIS atrocity committed against a Jordanian pilot…were not among the photos which got Marine arraigned.

    However, I have used both in the past and will use them again, because it is VITAL that evil be exposed

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    …but to refute the absurd comparison, made by some pinko creep in the media, that her National Rally bore some kind of resemblance to Islamist terror gangs.

    Good result at last…

    …but no charges should ever have been brought.

    One less distraction, so she can focus on her presidential campaign.

     
  • ross1948 1:26 pm on December 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Unsubstantiated?’ BBC Hacks With Nelson’s Eyes! 


    Without evidence?’

    ‘Unfounded?’

    ‘Unsubstantiated?’

    Have you watched those videos, of people, to all intents and purposes perfectly normal people, ordinary citizens with stories of highly suspicious…

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    …if not downright dishonest goings-on in respect of votes, or maybe ‘votes,’ that have made or could make, a difference in the USA’s election.

    https://youtu.be/7bo0lB1e_RI

    If you have watched them, good.

    But it won’t have been on UK Pravda!

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/election-fraud-allegations-infographic_3605589.html

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    Consider their ways!

    • Late on election night, many swing states stopped counting ballots. Observers were then removed from the counting facilities and counting CONTINUED without the observers
    • Statistically abnormal vote counts were the new normal when counting resumed. They were unusually large in size (hundreds of thousands) and had an unusually high (90 percent and above) Biden-to-Trump ratio.
    • Late arriving ballots were counted. In Pennsylvania, 23,000 absentee ballots have IMPOSSIBLE postal return dates and another 86,000 have such extraordinary return dates they raise serious questions
    • The failure to match signatures on mail-in ballots. The destruction of mail-in ballot envelopes, which must contain signatures
    • Historically low absentee ballot rejection rates despite the massive expansion of mail voting.
    • Missing votes. In Delaware County, Pennsylvania, 50,000 votes held on 47 USB cards are missing.
    • 20,312 people who no longer met residency requirements cast ballots in Georgia. Biden’s margin is 12,670 votes.
    • Invalid residential addresses. Record numbers of dead people voting. Ballots in pristine condition without creases, that is, they had not been mailed in envelopes as required by law.
    • In Georgia, Biden overtook Trump with 89 percent of the votes counted. For the next 53 batches of votes counted, Biden led Trump by the same exact 50.05 to 49.95 percent margin in every single batch
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    • NB – the BBC and other left media are headlinng the US Supreme Court’s refusal to consider the request by Texas to invalidate election result in four other states.
    • It is important to note that the ruling was NOT about the facts of the case but on the grounds that Texas did not have legal standing to bring the case.
    • UK Pravda’s woman in Washington, a bint named Nomia Iqbal, whom we have had cause to mention before….

      Debates! BBC’s Iqbal Claims, Without Evidence…. 

       …decided she knew better than two dissenting justices, dismissing their austere dissenting opinions as ‘quirky.’
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    • Nomia Iqbal

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    • I’m sure Justices Alito and Thomas will now go back to law school so they can iron out any quirkiness in their understanding of constitutional law!
    • Or they could just call in Comrade Iqbal as a private tutor!
     
  • ross1948 10:29 pm on May 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Is There No End To These Aliens’ Colossal Arrogance? 


    A law that allows Germany’s migration authorities to access refugees’ phones will now be challenged in court. Three refugees — from Syria, Afghanistan and Cameroon — have decried what they see as a violation of rights. https://www.dw.com/en/germany-refugees-sue-the-government-for-invasion-of-privacy/a-53345609

    Who’s paying for this law-suit?

    Who exactly ARE these ‘refugees,’ if they really are ‘refugees,’ babbling ‘rights’ rubbish, taking to court the very government that was so stupid, or so treasonous..

    New Book Exposes Merkel As More Coward Than Traitor

     

    …as to allow them into Germany?

    Read on via the link at the top of our page and you’ll see that the law used by the authorities to check on what the uppity aliens are up to – on whom they be contacting, and to what purpose…

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    Austria Approves Bill Requiring Migrants to Pay Fees, Hand inPhones

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    Phoney ‘Refugees’ And Phones– Calling All Crimmigrants?  

    ….turns out to be a law concerning NOT ‘refugees’ at all, but so-called ‘asylum-seekers,’ who, until their cases are heard, have NOT been recognised as genuine ‘refugees.’

    VERY many of those who call themselves ‘asylum-seekers’ in fact turn out to be liars…

    …fakers, whose claims are rejected and then become due for deportation.

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    This trio of ingrates should also be deported – if only for their nauseating ingratitude and arrogance!

     

     
    • Annelie Neumann 10:49 pm on May 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I hope the courts tell these ungrateful people a loud and hearty NO but I am not sure that will be what happens.
      German court judges are very much willing to accept nonsense.

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    • Heine 11:14 pm on May 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      They should have no rights! It is not their country.
      They should have the phones taken away then they can not complain about the government investigating the phones.

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  • ross1948 4:54 pm on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Salmond Off The Hook – Fishy Questions Surface! 


    Never exactly been a fan of Alex Salmond…

    F**K Yer Votes, Jimmy!” Sore Loser Separatists Spit On Scots’ Decision 

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    …but equally was never convinced that he would be stupid enough to engage in the sort of conduct that got him into trouble with the law.

    The seemingly orchestrated character of some of the accusations against him…

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    Dodgy Doorways Into Blasey’s Blurry Brain 

    …reminded me of the witch-hunt waged against Judge Kavanaugh in the USA!

    Mr. Salmond must be very relieved, but I am more curious as to why the Guardian is suppressing the identities of the coven – “all of whom are current or former Scottish government officials, or SNP politicians” – his accusers, what one might describe as a powerful collection of insiders.

    Of course, in a sex-assault trial, it is unacceptable to drag victims’ names before the public.

    But now we have verdicts that show these women were not victims of any proven crime by the man accused.

    Not only that, but we read that at senior levels of the Scots establishment, the initial developments in the anti-Salmon story fell to pieces, and the consequent developments were regarded not so much as a criminal justice case but as a ‘war.’

    Read the linked report and see for yourself, and share my bafflement why that emailed (and ambivalent) declaration of ‘war’ was ruled inadmissible as evidence.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/mar/23/alex-salmond-acquitted-of-all-charges-in-sexual-assault-trial

     

     
  • ross1948 3:00 am on February 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Australia’s Tax-Funded Hacks Get Court Knock-Back 


    Good to see Australia’s tax-funded Enemy Within broadcaster finally get an over-due kick in the teeth, in court!

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    Few patriotic Aussies will have forgotten how the ABC smeared their country’s armed forces, solely on the word of some sleazy crimmigrants, megaphoned by the little ABC squirt stationed here in Jakarta at the time.

    The ABC backed off back then, but as we asked more recently, was the hack dismissed, or disciplined?

    Rats On The Run! ABC Memo –

    Tony Abbott summed up that episode perfectly.

    But there must be something about Australia’s men and women in uniform that bring out the nastiest instincts of the ‘national broadcaster’ (!)…

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    …as the court case which the tax-funded hacks just lost arose from a 2017 ‘investigative’ exercise aimed at witch-hunting so-called ‘war-crimes’ by Aussie Special Forces fighting Islamist fanatics in Afghanistan.

    What the big-wigs at ABC think of war heroes, and patriotism – oh, and Islamist fanatics in general –  may be measured by that other episode in 2017…..

    9 Sep 2017 – ‘It’s a beautiful day for migrating’: Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia for the UK – after branding herself the country’s ‘most hated Muslim’ for her Anzac Day post.

    Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia headed for the UK

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    …but despite pledges that the vile bitch would no longer blight Australia with her shrill sectarian presence…

    ..sure  enough, back it came, 2018, not only paid handsomely from ABC’s public purse, but also as an ‘actress’ on the equally unpleasant SBS channel.

    That ugly sow should be black-listed not only by ABC but by every Australian media, employer and publisher in the land!

    But back to the court case, where the ABC ‘lost its legal challenge to controversial police raids on its Sydney newsroom last year.

    And I bet their lawyers cost a pretty penny, doubtless sucked out of the public purse too!

    ‘Leakers’ were the issue, much like Ciaramella in the current USA maelstrom.

    Australian Federal Police did their best to catch the scumbags, searching ABC premises and a newspaper ‘journalist’ and now this is where we realise we’re quoting from the UK tax-funded hack machine, the BBC, which claims that –

    The raids sparked public outrage…

    …and protests across the nation’s media.

    PUBLIC Outrage?

    Hardly! The trendy muesli-munching dorkerie, yes, the far-left Get-Up gits, yes, Green grots like Hanson Young, no doubt – but the ordinary people of Australia – gimme a break!

     However, the Federal Court of Australia has ruled the raids were legal. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-51526607

     
    • Uncle Oz 1:24 pm on February 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      That is what annoys me most about this case. I believe what you say about ABC using our money to take this to court.
      It’s bad enough the money they get from us to make their biased programmes. Using dollars they take out of our pockets tp pay lawyers to fight the government we elect is adding insult to injury.

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  • ross1948 12:45 pm on November 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Christmas Giving? Skip ‘Charities’ – Support British Freedoms! 


    As the Season of Goodwill looms up, many folks in the UK may be thinking of making  charitable donations.

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    DON’T!

    Too many so-called ‘charities’ in Britian are far-left freak-shows. Need we remind you of these….

    Thinking Of Donating To NSPCC? Think Twice! 

    War on Want’s website, with its bold red colouring and clenched fist logo…Everyone has the right to be ill-informed, but they don’t deserve to be considered charitable and have the accompanying status and tax advantages while they guide us to Marxist Utopia.

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    ….or this…

    Fur Coats for Crimmigants? Don’t Give To PETA

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    …to which any cash contributed will likely be spent in ways you wouldn’t like at all.

    So how about this good cause!

    You can read an excellent article here…

    https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/11/22/putting-the-thoughtpolice-on-trial/

    ……which explains the background to one brave man’s court battle against intolerant PC gestapo cops.

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    Harry Miller
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    Challenging Thought Crime: HarryTheOwl v The College of Policing

    https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/challenging-thought-crime/

     

     
    • Lou Wyman 3:02 pm on November 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Most ‘charities’ this day and age are worthless and neither is the Charity Comission that has a duty to keep them from polticking.
      The NSPCC is a nightnarish thing that has self-confessed sexual perverts on its payroll and until the Commission starts doings its job, I am giving nought to any UK charity.
      The Salvation Army does good work but after reading all about this man’s fight against the gestapo I will send him a few quid too.

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    • Jim Ex Jakarta 1:27 pm on November 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Reading the whole story, I feel sorry for England.
      The police there are not so much gestapo as simpletons.

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  • ross1948 7:31 pm on November 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    If The Stinko’s Convicted…LOCK HER UP! 


    • I think I mentioned this middle-aged bat in one of my previous posts on the anti-social Stinkos…

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    • …though not by name!

    • And on checking back, sure enough…

      I had a quick look at the late-night news before I turned in, and, having been impressed by a much more serious approach on the part of the Met Police, as I had urged…

      London Has Fallen? No Way! Get the Stinkos

      …towards the Stinko Revulsion climate-panic anarchists, I was appalled to see some demented middle-aged bat with a ring in her nose climbing all over some government building in central London, astride the place’s portal, ranting like an inebriate fishwife.

      Arrogant Stinko Scoff-Laws, Egged On By Big-Name Berks! 

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    • No shame but now at least we know the vixen’s name!

    • Dr Gail Bradbrook scaled the Department for Transport building during protest
    • The Extinction Rebellion co-founder clambered on to ledge and smashed glass
    • The molecular biologist is charged with causing £27,500 in criminal damage
    • She has been released on conditional bail before another hearing next month 

    We read on and find the vixen’s pled NOT GUILTY! Really!

    And demanded a trial not in the magistrate’s court but by a jury, and that’s going to be intriguing.

    If the jurors are good citizens, honest Londoners, men and women with a conscience, there should be no doubt of the outcome.

    Yet who knows?

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    There are a lot of weirdos on the electoral roll.

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    All I can say is that if Bradbrook IS convicted, she should go away for at least ten years.

     
    • Penny 1:31 pm on November 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      They should lock them all up if they block roads and footpaths.

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  • ross1948 3:05 pm on July 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Any Brits Who Hate BBC Bias Should Chip In A Quid Or Ten! 


    David Keighley is a former news and current affairs publicity officer for BBC and ITV. He is a media consultant and has monitored BBC news output since 1999 through his organisation News-watch.co.uk.

    Refreshingly, he is supporting an appeal for cash…

    …to take a case to the UK courts…

    And here’s how he begins!

    Have you ever stopped and questioned whether the output of BBC news and current affairs is as balanced as it could be…?

    Well, you know my response to that!

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    My view can be summed up by the illustrations above and below!

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    Please read all about it, help if you can, and, if not, spread the appeal, whenever and wherever you can.

     
    • Mark Boreham 5:07 pm on July 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I normally spend a tenner on my Friday bar outing after work.
      After reading all about this, I will spend my tenner on their legal fund, go home early and probably feel much brighter than usual tomorrow.

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    • Vicki 8:05 pm on July 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If we all chip in a little, and they win their case, it would be a very worthwhile investment.

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    • Diana 10:28 pm on July 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This is a good cause!
      It’s a pity it hasn’t been well publicised.
      Thanks to you, more Englishmen and women will be aware of the case and if we all forward this to everybody we can, with a bit of luck some more donations will be made.

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  • ross1948 11:48 am on June 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Poland – First To Fight Zuckwit’s Geekstapo? 


    While the main thing is that anti-social media is facing trial in a country that still is governed by decent values…

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    A Polish court held a first hearing Wednesday in a case brought against Facebook by a historian who claims the tech giant engaged in “censorship” by suspending accounts that had posted about a nationalist rally in Warsaw.   https://news.yahoo.com/facebook-trial-censorship-poland-173914861.html\

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    …the other interesting aspect mentioned in this hugely encouraging report is that Zuckwit’s lackeys ‘had wanted to move the trial to Palo Alto and have it take place behind close doors, but the Warsaw court refused.  .’

    Palo Alto? California?

    Not sure how far that is from Silicon Valley, the subversive cess-pool run by anti-democratic Big Tech, but California as a whole (no pun intended!) is infested with liberals.

    Juries are drawn from the local populace, of course.

    Juries there in California are not always celebrated for their wisdom.

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    ‘She Doesn’t Look Like MY Daughters’ – The Silence of theSwine Obama! 

    So it’s very wise of the Poles not to countenance any such convenient transfer to California’s dubious justice zone!

    You may read the linked report for more details, but it must be every ( not just Polish ) patriot’s devout wish that Obama’s ideological catamite…

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    • ….be dragged to Warsaw and cross-examined ( in full view of the world, not behind ‘closed doors’) on his vicious left vendetta.

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  • ross1948 5:50 pm on August 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    In Sleazy Massachusetts, What Does One Expect? 


    18-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH RAPE WILL NOT GO TO JAIL

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    An 18-year-old accused of sexually assaulting two high school classmates is facing two years of probation despite the district attorney’s office’s recommendation of two years in jail….
    Scott Berkowitz, President of RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), was disappointed in the judge’s decision.
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    • “It’s really discouraging when everyone in the process does their job and … then you see a sentence like this,” Berkowitz told ABC News today.
    • He said the judge’s decision in this case is likely “discouraging for the victims” and also likely “deters other people from reporting their crimes” and “putting themselves through this entire criminal justice process,” because they will wonder, “is it worth it?….”

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    “I don’t think it would ever occur to a judge or lawyer that after someone [was] convicted of a murder, that they [would] just get probation because they deserve a second chance,” Berkowitz said.

    “There would be a universal understanding that there are consequences for committing a crime that bad.”

    Oh Yeah?
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    We should sympathise with Mr. Berkowitz’s indignation, but deplore his failure to recognise that, in Massachusetts, there’s a history of an absence of “consequences for committing a crime that bad.” 

     
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