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  • ross1948 19:35 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: a ti-British litigation, Court of Appeal, , ,   

    Welfare Bum Loses Anti-UK Court Case – Who Pays? 

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    Anti-Brexit campaigner Raymond McCord has lost a Court of Appeal action against the British government over the border on the island of Ireland.


    That McCord is a disloyal scumbag with a criminal record, a convicted benefit bludger, so he deserved public contempt even before he decided to take up litigation as a hobby.

    Remember his legal challenge to Bojo on the grounds that ‘turmoil’ might ensue if the PM were in breach of the Bad Friday Deal?


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    He’s a vile parasite.

    In 2014 McCord was convicted of benefit fraud, pleading guilty to thirteen counts totalling £69,000 in mis-claimed housingbenefit, incapacity benefit and industrial injury reduced earnings allowances.

    He was given a sentence of 18 months imprisonment, suspended for three years.

    The dirty sponging pig ( whom the Eire newspaper on whose report we base our discussion prefers to describe as a ‘victims campaigner!’) should have been locked up until every penny was repaid!

    Now he’s dragged his hang-ups through various levels up to the Court of Appeals. Anyone who knows about lawyers and courts knows that would not have been an inexpensive process.

    He claimed the Northern Secretary’s failure to set out circumstances in which he would direct the holding of a poll on unifying both parts of the island breached constitutional issues.

    He lost, of course, and with his track record in legal whinery, perhaps no surprise.

    But the key question for honest British folk, both in Ulster and on he mainland, surely has to be…

    Who pays for all this nonsense?

    Will British tax-payers be the ‘victims’ in this sorry saga, forced to fund the louse’s legal action?

    If so, who will step up to be their ‘victims campaigner?’

    Or is there a hidden hand, an Enemy Within, that’s been backing the bludger b-stard’s court bleating?

    Judging from this other report not so long ago…

    TUV’s Jim Allister and DUP MPs Gregory Campbell and Carla Lockhart have submitted Freedom of Information (FoI) requests about the level of assistance he has received.

    Their involvement emerged as Mr McCord was granted permission to challenge a decision to release the funding details.


    Honest Jim of TUV, I’d guess, will be the man to step up and get answers!

    • Billy King 21:09 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I had to think about this one, Ross, which picture is the best likeness of McCord.


    • Cora Kidd 22:47 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If he has no money except whatever he got from his benefit cheating, either it’s another legal aid scandal or somebody very shy of publicity is putting up the money for this.
      The government should be making McCord pay the costs of his failed litigation, and at the very least must have records.
      Are they in on a cover-up?


  • ross1948 15:35 on March 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Court of Appeal, Elan-Cane, ,   

    Scary Stuff! Nosferatu Look-Alike Laments Invisibility! 

    Hallowe’en is a long way off, but I still shivered a little when I opened BBC news today, only to see this freaky visage staring back at me!

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    Christie Elan-Cane


    I thought perhaps some new Hollywood block-buster remake of the famous early 20th century NOSFERATU horror films had been released and this must be the new star…




    …a perfect choice in terms of homage to the original!

    But no!

    It’s a Thing ( which all students of grammar will understand means neither male nor female) whining that it’s ‘lost a legal challenge against the government over gender-neutral passports.’



    You may read the entire report here but it does not cover what to me must be the key question…

    …did any of this Thing’s absurd court costs get charged to the UK tax-payers via the Legal Aid system?

    I certainly hope not.

    Its name, allegedly, is Christie Elan-Cane, and its damfool case was that ‘a policy preventing someone from obtaining a passport with an unspecified gender was unlawful on human rights grounds.’ https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-51823318

    Sick and tired of hearing ‘rights’ rot?

    Well, happily, so too, it seems, were the judges on the Court of Appeal, who against the ‘activist.’


    Can The Thing not get a real job?

    Hmmm…silly question – would you hire it?

    Which brings me to its reaction to the ruling, which it describes as ‘devastating.’


    On my recent trip, I made sandwiches for my long wait in the airport. I forgot to take them and when I got home two weeks later, they were of course, inedible.

    My new washing machine was delivered yesterday, and I wanted to use it at once. Thwarted by my personal technology deficit, I am awaiting the arrival of a friend to help.

    Both ‘hardships’ deserve the adjective ‘devastating’ more than that court ruling does.

    When one considers the millions of people whose homes have been wrecked by floods, here in Jakarta..



    …and Britain, and elsewhere, in recent years, it’s a pretentious obscenity for that freak to describe its silly little set-back as ‘devastating!’

    However, we read on, and have to laugh out loud when Nosferatu…sorry, Mr/Ms/Thing Elan-Cane… rants at the court and the British Home Office for obliging it and others who look inside their underpants…



    ….and refuse to believe the evidence of their own eyes,  to ‘collude in their own social invisibility!’

    Would that such maladjusts be rendered not just socially but entirely invisible!

    PS – it’s also anti-Brexit!




    • Petra Malley 22:12 on March 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You make us laugh with the Nosferatu take, but you do us a real service by drawing attention to the folly of what British governments have been doing.
      ‘Transgenders’ may not be getting special passports but Theresa May took up their ‘cause’ and Johnson is no better.
      It is so wrong to act as if ‘transgenderism’ is anything but a sign of mental disturbance. That is what children should be taught in school.


    • Mack the Knife 23:59 on March 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Well said, and better in that you used humour to mock this freak!
      I wonder where the money came from to pay his lawyers?
      Out of our pockets?


    • Tony Roy 18:24 on March 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Nosferatu! A ringer!
      Good idea, using humour like this to make a serious point.


  • ross1948 18:35 on February 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Court of Appeal, , , ,   

    UK Judge Jerks Side With Criminal Aliens! 

    Rape, manslaughter and Class A drug-dealing?

    Those are offences mentioned on the BBC World News this morning!

    Mustn’t deport such model citizens, must we?

    That’s apparently the view of the Court of Appeal in London….



    …and Goddam those clowns for their meddling.

    As reported in the Guardian today, the plane due to take a cargo of scum eventually took off with less than half the scum meant to go.


    But Boris Johnson should stop being defensive on deportations.

    His spokespersons seem to think it’s an argument to say that it’s only ‘serious’ offences that should get alien dregs booted out!

    No way!

    I sympathise with people in the destination countries who don’t want their communities polluted by no-goods, as we discussed a year ago…

    Rape, Murder – Or Other ‘Little Different Things?’ 

    But any non-Brit who breaks any British law should be sent packing. The UK has enough home-grown law-breakers.



    • Petra Malley 21:42 on February 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Put those judges in a slow boat to Jamaica, with the criminal aliens they are so keen to protect.
      And who will then protect those judges?


    • Bett Baniek 08:01 on February 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You Brits should impeach, or is there no way in English law to fire them?


  • ross1948 12:46 on October 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cake-baking, Court of Appeal, , ,   

    Gaystapo V Religious Liberty – Ulster Awaits ‘Wedding-Cake’ Verdict! 

    It’s a sunny day here, just been out to Superindo to buy rendang beef, a treat  to accompany my viewing of the new series of The Walking Dead later.

    But it’s a big day, maybe a black day, in Ulster this Monday afternoon.

    The Gaystapo is salivating at the prospect of stomping freedom in the last bastion of decency left in the British Isles.

    We’ve covered this story before, when –

    … a subservient judge, Isobel Brownlie, issued her Stalinoid ruling… 

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    “This is direct discrimination for which there can be no justification.”  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/11614694/Christian-bakery-guilty-of-discrimination-over-gay-marriage-cake-refusal.html

    Pathetic old ratbag! 


    One might ask why shouldn’t normal people be free to ‘discriminate’ against maladjusted people who won’t seek help for their issues.

    But these days an honest question like that can see the questioner in court – happily not here in Indonesia, but certainly in the intolerant climate of the West.



    Witch-Hunt Against Christian Bakery? Back Off, Tesco! 


    The much anticipated ruling in the case of Ashers Baking Company is to be handed down in Belfast on Monday (24 October).

    The McArthur family have appealed against the initial ruling which fined them for declining to produce a pro-same-sex marriage campaign cake.

    This case represents a full-frontal assault on freedom of expression and freedom of conscience.

    Why should ANYONE be obliged to collaborate in the celebration of an affront to nature?

    We’ve seen these witch-hunters, an infinitely more menacing evil than the zombies in The Walking Dead, at work in the USA, persecuting decent Americans.

    Round One to U.S. Gaystapo – Oregon Fight Goes On! 

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    • Watch this space – we will advise ASAP how the Court of Appeal rules on the latest gaystapo attempt to intimidate Ulster’s Christians.

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