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  • ross1948 21:07 on April 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bill Vincent, criminal predators, Henry Vincent, , ,   

    'Tragic' Death? BS! Vermin Vincents Need A Lesson 

    Absolutely outrageous!

    The heroism of a 78-year-old Londoner won our cheers…

    Richard The Lion-Heart! Give The Old Londoner A Medal!

    after a dirty thieving lout got what he deserved,  but you’d maybe expect the dead swine’s rancid relatives to be resentful. 

    But what about the stupid top cop who called the death of a criminal ‘tragic,’ while the rest of us were still nodding in approval that one less anti-social rodent is prowling the capital’s streets.


    Or the BBC, which collaborated with one of the criminal’s kin by hiding her vile features and letting her rant about how sweet the dead scumbag truly was…


    ‘The Henry I know, he was such a loving person and I think it is probably something that just went wrong…


    …and what about this sleazy creep, named William Vincent.



    William Vincent

    • All credit to the Daily Mail for showing us the slobby sh-t’s’s face and telling us that the Vincent scum-tribe are…


    … a family who have repeatedly targeted pensioners. His cousins William and Amos Vincent were jailed in 2007 for stealing war medals during distraction burglaries.

    After decent Londoners used Facebook to warn against crime in the area, they were met with a foul-mouthed response from one of the Vincent family.

    A Bill Vincent wrote: ‘The old b******s deserve everything they get. So stupid handing over thousands upon thousands… An oap a day will keep ur bank balance a bay. Got to love the old c***s.’

    He went on: ‘Old c***s ain’t safe. Take every penny they got get old b*******s to remorgage, take the money and let erm get chucked owt nxt one (sic).’

    The posts were later deleted. 

    The AUTHOR of that filth should be deleted, removed from society, a society he and his like pollute.

    The pig should be hunted down – legally, of course (!)  – and taught a lesson – legally of course (!) that it’ll never forget – or never be in any position to forget.


    • Gordon McDonald 23:11 on April 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Looking at this from any angle, people must be wondering what will happen if these animals are not brought to book, if for no reason other than this – there must be some serious question if the old hero is safe in his own home.
      Presumably the hands of the police are tied by ‘the law?’
      So what else can be done?

      The BBC’s chosen intervieiwee should have her name, address and photograph plastered over every front page and if her neighbors don’t do all they can to persuade her to move out of town, then they’re no better than she is.

      As for the Facebook ‘deleter,’ your suggestion that he be deleted is a good start but I would hope more creative suggestions will soon be put up for discussion.
      That is, if there are still more good people in England than bad.

      May we ask- Is his skin tar-proof?


    • Yvonne Tundrey 23:18 on April 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You speak for me and for everybody I know.
      These ‘people’ are like bacteria that ought to be scrubbed off the face of society.


    • Perry Robertson 23:29 on April 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I read your blog quite a lot but never commented before now. I wanted to say thanks so much for saying all that.
      Only one disagreement from me..
      You call him a pig, but animals, even pigs, rats, snakes, any kind of wild or domestic or farm animal, can’t be compared to that ‘family.’
      I’m asking myself is there not one of them with any spark of humanity or are they all devils?


    • Fiona Fenton 23:57 on April 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hear hear.
      Some people were better never born.


    • Vanessa 05:55 on April 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The BBC shows us a rare bit of impartiality!
      Both sides, the law-abiding people and the others who are on the side of the criminal are given equal space. You have to ask what kind of people are in charge of this organisation.
      The BBC .licence fee we all are made to pay, whether we want to or not, is an oppressive, unfair tax and it should be abolished


    • Jacko 06:03 on April 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How about declaring open season on vermin, to celebrate the royal wedding?


  • ross1948 00:44 on December 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , criminal predators, , kick out crimmigrants,   

    Oz Greens, Labor, Rush To Defence Of Criminal Aliens 

    …in a disputed recommendation, the inquiry has also called for mandatory cancellation of the visas of migrants, including children, who commit serious crimes.


    Who in their right mind would dispute such basic common sense?

    Labor argued it “does not objectively reflect the evidence… ignores crucial contextual details and places an undue emphasis on others…”



    Contextual details?

    Scumbags either get convicted or not.

    Emphasis on others? 

    Other what? Life-forms?

    Like these?

    ….while the Greens said the entire inquiry sought to “demonise particular groups of new migrants.”

    No, it demonises dirty diabolical ingrates!

    And a good thing too!.

    • Keith Milner 04:02 on December 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      How can they be so downright wickedly Anti-Australian?
      Why would anyone want convicted criminals to be allowed to settle in our country?
      Do Shorten and his Green friends mean to make this an election issue next year?
      I hope so!


  • ross1948 17:51 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , criminal predators, , Spaniard, ,   

    Swiss To Deport Bad Spaniard? This Should NOT Be News! 

    A 55-year-old Spaniard who was born in Switzerland and has lived in the alpine country all his life is at risk of being deported after failing to change his criminal behaviour.



    Over the years he was convicted of many offences including theft, drug crimes, road traffic offences, damage to property, violence and threatening behaviour, according to the court judgement.




    Sensible Switzerland!

    He’s NOT Swiss, as the very first sentence told us! He should have no right to live or work or BE in the country.

    That case, or rather the way it’s reported, exempliflies what’s wrong. If sanity ruled, the deportation of every alien convicted of any offence at all, it would not be newsworthy.

    If anything, media should be reflecting the indignation among honest Swiss about what a parasitical waste of space the Spaniard is…

    In total he has been convicted of 31 offences and spent over ten years in prison. He has received social welfare benefits since 2012.

    ….and demanding answers as to why he was not kicked out of the country DECADES ago!

    It’s not the first of its kind.  

    Howzabout another long-term resident who appealed to the same cantonal court ,a 27-year-old Afghan, who came to Switzerland as a refugee aged two, lost his appeal after the court said he was unlikely to change his criminal behaviour?

    Living in somebody else’s country should NEVER be a ‘right!’

    It’s a privilege!

    I have lived in Indonesia for years and years now, and glory in that privilege.



    If Indonesia decides it doesn’t want me here, for whatever reason, good or bad, I’d lament the fact bitterly but would not dream of telling Indonesians I’m entitled to be here, regardless of their laws.

    Back to the Spaniard in Switzerland –

    His behaviour was testament to “his inability to conform to Swiss law and his total reluctance to respect the values of our country.” 
    Consequently, the court deemed the man a danger to the public.

    Nice to see that some courts care about their own countrymen and women.

    Pity those robed ratbags in Britain don’t!

    Britannia Dolorosa – Sceptred Isle Now Garbage Dump – Thanks to ‘Human Rights Act’ 

    Cameron To Fight for Scumbags’ Right to Stay in UK! 


    • Kieran Astles 22:42 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      How nice to live in Switzerland?
      The courts look after the Swiss and the people get to vote on immigration.
      It’s the only democracy in Europe, as far as i can tell.


  • ross1948 20:18 on February 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Berlin Film Festival, criminal predators, , Fire At Sea, , , , , ,   

    Lampedusa Leech Film Cheered by Decadent Drones! 

    Intellectuals are the worst sort of people, for the most part. They have seldom done any honest toil, and are generally estranged from fellow-citizens who do.

    Napoleon isn’t a great hero of mine, but he wasn’t always wrong!



    They are often addicted to cosmopolitan, supranational ideologies of the cultural marxist type. I’d guess the audience at the Berlin Film Festival answers near perfectly to that description.

     So is it worth watching? It’s about the Lampedusa route, I see.
    Ah, yes, Lampedusa – 
    Lampedusa’s mayor Bernardino De Rubeis denounced the government for abandoning the island to cope with the chaos alone, calling the migrants “delinquents” and insisting the island wouldn’t accept one more.
    He said he kept a baseball bat in his office for protection. “I must defend myself,” he was quoted as saying by ANSA. “We’re at war, people have decided to take justice into their own hands.” 
    Alas, Italy, and Europe, stopped deporting the brutes, and actually, under orders from Red Mogherini, stepped up imports! 
    I’m not going to decry Rosi’s professional skills. An award-winning director  would no doubt be able to make a technically impressive movie about anything at all, even about how old homes become infested with dangerous parasites…
    … as indeed he has!
    But it’s surely the choice of subject that attracts people, not the man’s directorial expertise.
    So I’ll not be lining up to watch ‘Fire at Sea.’ Because it’s predicated on a BIG LIE, as the next sentence of The Local report confirms.
    The film provides an unflinching look at the thousands of desperate people who arrive on the island each year trying to enter the European Union.
    That’s the give-away word – DESPERATE.

    Desperate people do not spurn wholesome free food set before them.

    Refugees protest against ‘monotonous’ Italian food – The Local

    Desperate people do not whine about the weather when they reach safety.

    Watch: Migrants Complain Europe Is Too Cold, Overcrowded

    Desperate people do not yap about their free internet connection.

    LiveLeak.com – Poor migrants complain about slow internet …

    Desperate people do not moan about lack of pocket-money to buy smokes.

    Desperate people do not complain about…huh? 

    Migrants complain about the absence of sexual intercourse …

    hands off


    These people are not in any sense desperate.

    They are despicable, arrogant, ingrate swine!

    This Italian director, and those intellectual snobs in their designer suits and fancy jewellery who applauded his cinematic appreciation of undesirable aliens, should be dragged from their luxury apartments and mansions and lodged within a crimmigrant camp for six months.

    If they come out intact and unrepentant of their collaboration, then I’ll respect what passes for their ‘principles.


  • ross1948 13:03 on August 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , criminal predators, , , ,   

    Even Guardian Can’t Miss Calais Crimmigrant Rape Menace! 

    The Guardian is certainly one of the most left-lib, pro-crimmigrant media in the UK, and its frequent contributor, Nick Cohen, undoubtedly feels at ease in its pinko embrace.


    But he is no fool and in a recent article about the Calais scum, much of which was appallingly pro-bludger, Cohen could not ignore something of the true character of those alien wannabe parasites.


    Describing part of what, given the animalistic antics of its residents, is referred to as ‘The Jungle,’ Cohen confesses that despite all the attempts at self-help and solidarity, women sleep in a separate enclosure because they fear being raped.  http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/aug/02/why-fortress-britain-doesnt-welcome-refugees

    Isn’t that reassuring?



    • Even the crimmigrettes fear the rapacious swine around them!

    So what kind of risk is involved in importing such scum into Britain, much less affording them top-notch lodgings (at you mug UK tax-payers’ expense, of course) in hotels. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3182519/Welcome-soft-touch-UK-Outrage-immigrants-illegally-entering-UK-free-hotel-rooms-cooked-meals-35-cash-week-days-arrival.html

    AND they’re free to wander about on and off the premises.


    Don’t British girls have enough to worry about from alien savages already within the realm?


  • ross1948 11:22 on February 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , criminal predators, electronic parking, , , , , , Ratna Sarumpaet,   

    Banjir Uang! Jakarta’s Ahok Turning Off the Tap? 

    It has been raining all night – every few hours I’d wake up to the sounds of downpour, and it’s still raining. I guess my prospective visitor won’t make it today.





    Still, reasons to be cheerful -the street is awash, but this part of Jakarta doesn’t (fingers crossed!) suffer the frightful flooding ( banjir)  that afflicts other areas.

    Like North Kedoya, where the photo below was taken last year, near the Green Garden Busway Stop.


    The authorities will be doing their best, I guess, but even our smart Governor Ahok hasn’t yet figured a way to turn off the rain.

    Mind you, he seems to be making progress in the mammoth struggle to turn off at least some taps through which money ( uang) pours into the hands of criminals. 


    ahok Ahok


    Governor Ahok to use e-money
    to defeat Jakarta’s hoodlums 

    He’s introducing electronic parking payments, initially at selected locations, like Jalan Sabang.


    sabang Sabang

    Falatehan falatehan


    …and good old Jalan Falatehan, where expats like to frolic in the bars till the wee small hours.

    Ahok’s move is intended to curb the rapacious predator element which permeates the ‘parking’ industry here.

    Better still, he’s hoping to use similar technology to go after the protection racketeers who prey on Jakarta’s street vendors.

    “Prior to this system, vendors were often asked for additional fees from individuals who claim to be city officials. They paid more than Rp 600,000 a month. This new system will prevent illegal levies because vendors will know exactly how much to pay,” Ahok said… 

    Good on ya, Guv!

    But it’s not just bogus ‘officials’ the poor vendors have to fear.

    Nobody has yet asked the IslamoNazi FPI or the other gangster groups for their comments, but given the hatred they harbour for Ahok…


    fpi-tolak-ahok-jadi-gubernur IslamoNazis rage against Ahok


    … I’d expect they will have something to say on any progressive steps he takes.

    Not least in the light of the comments made by prominent anti-crime campaigner Ratna Sarumpaet, which we covered a couple of years ago! 

    Right On, Ratna! Activist’s All-Out Attack on IslamoNazis 

    ratna sarumpaetRatna

    Do read it carefully. She does her home-work!


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