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  • ross1948 15:45 on March 21, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , crossmaglen, , , ,   

    Green Nazis Poised For Power? Re-Partition! 

    “Current polls suggest there could be a Sinn Fein Taoiseach in the Republic of Ireland and a Sinn Fein First Minister of Northern Ireland after the next round of elections… “



    That’s a painful but, sadly, not unrealistic assessment, delivered by the DUP leader this weekend.
    He’s not a man I’d trust to stick to principle…


    Sir Jeffrey Donaldson
    DUP Leader Jeffrey Donaldson

    Rainbow Sashes Next? DUP Defects! 

    ….but he’s not wrong about this.

    It moves me to reassert my previous calls for ALL Ulster Brits loyal to their heritage to come together and tell the world, more particularly their enemies at home –

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    Gambar terkaitSinn Fein Fuhrerin Mary Lou McDonald. – She understood that it was necessary, she told a documentary some years ago, to take up arms against the British state


     – Sinn Fein’s Green Nazis – and in London and Dublin – that a border poll won by the disloyals..

    ( due to their irresponsible breeding habits and the effects of terrorist genocide on the percentage of Brits in Ulster’s population)

    . . would immediately be denounced, a denunciation accompanied by a call for…

    Self-Determination For Ulster Brits!

    Ulster’s borders have ebbed and flowed over the centuries.
    We’ve discussed before what bits and pieces might need to be let go…

    Candlewick Bedspreads?’ Ulster Brits V Eire Expansionism!

    ….if any ‘border poll’ results in a majority for the Enemy Within, then the minority, who possess, by any definition…



    …a distinct national identity, must be entitled to a homeland, secure within a redefined border….

    ….that border redrawn to get rid of the treacherous Fifth Column in areas like Crossmaglen…

    .…and expulsion of the enemy aliens in Belfast’s Sinn Fein-voting ghettos and similar cesspools like the Bogside in Londonderry.
    They never shut up about their desire to live under Eire’s tricolour flag.

    Grant them that wish.


    ….and also how disloyals should be handled.


    • Billy King 16:56 on March 21, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      There’s nobody I know would object to Crossmaglen being transferred to Eire. It’s a piggery.

      I wish our unionist party leaders would face up to this issue, Ross.
      If the disloyals do get a majority in a border poll, as things stand, Dublin and London would turn their backs on Ulster and try to push us into a ‘United Ireland,’ and what a mistake that would be.

      You only need to see how Ukrainians are fighting the Russians who want to force them under foreign rule to get an idea of what kind of war that would spark off.
      It’s not just people in Kiev can make molotov cocktails.


  • ross1948 23:10 on January 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: apology to Ulster disloyals, byrne, crossmaglen, ,   

    Crossmaglen Den Of Vipers – Ulster’s Top Cop Grovels! 

    Only last week we offered Ulster’s top cop a pat on the back…

    A Viper Hisses In Its Crossmaglen Den! 

    …after PSNI Chief Constable Simon Byrne stood tall beside his officers unlucky enough to be stationed in the republican cesspool called Crossmaglen.

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      Their sense of duty and optimism is inspiring. Stay safe and thank you.”


    I hereby unpat the prat.

    Contemptibly, Byrne ‘has apologised for a controversial post on Twitter on Christmas Day, which showed him ‘posing alongside machine-gun-armed officers outside a police station in Crossmaglen..’


    Why the climb-down?

    The tweet prompted criticism at the time, with both Sinn Féin and the SDLP taking issue with the photo and what it seemed to say about Crossmaglen, which was a major republican stronghold during the Troubles.’

    During the Troubles?’

     What about after?

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    Crossmaglen feature<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> see Philip Bradfield story<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Picture Gavan Caldwell
    Looks Like a Cross Between a Werewolf and an Ape – Is It Adams or McGuinness?

    So the den of vipers is no longer ‘a major republican stronghold’ today?

    So the dirty treaonous scum who lived there then have been replaced by decent loyal citizens?


    Does anyone believe Crossmaglen is not still steeped in ethnic/sectarian hatred of the Anti-Christ sort, always to be found among Sinn Fein-IRA.

    Of course the vermin are unchanged, unrepentant, unequivocal, easily proven by the electoral facts – they have repeatedly chosen Sinn Fein and SDLP to represent them…


    Ulster’s demonic disloyals

    …two parties which favour Ulster’s annexation by the aggressive alien republic just across the border.


    Yet when these two parties started braying and bleating,  Byrne apologised and said that he was “sorry for any offence that has been caused”.

    And the gutless clown added insult to injury, affronting all proud Brits in that British province, that he’d ‘commissioned a review of policing in South Armagh’  https://www.thejournal.ie/psni-chief-constable-guns-armagh-crossmaglen-4957479-Jan2020/

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    Lower than a snake’s belly, he is, this buffoon who has clearly never heard the wise advice contained in a common-sense exhortation –

    ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!’

    You don’t review something unless you fave doubts about it current effectiveness.

    You don’t undertake reviews in response to malevolents.

  • ross1948 21:01 on December 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , crossmaglen, , , South Armagh   

    A Viper Hisses In Its Crossmaglen Den! 

    There may well be a few decent people in Crossmaglen, in the United Kingdom’s County Armagh, but I doubt there’s that many!

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    Crossmaglen feature<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> see Philip Bradfield story<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Picture Gavan Caldwell
    Looks Like a Cross Between a Werewolf and an Ape – Is It Adams or McGuinness?

    Anyone who could move, would move, to avoid living cheek by jowel with disloyal scum, with whom the area has long been infested.

    I always thought it was a tad unfair of HM’s armed forces to refer to such territory as ‘bandit country.’ Bandits, after all, are motivated as a rule by monetary gain…


    IRA ‘volunteers’


    ….not by ethnic/sectarian hatred of the Anti-Christ sort to be found among Sinn Fein-IRA.

    The above sentiments are hardly novel, but surfaced in my thoughts again today after reading an RTE news item –


    • – describing a visit by Simon Byrne, the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland to his officers stationed in the republican hate-hole.

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    • Byrne’s policing policies have given us cause for criticism from time to time but spending time with  those cops in the Festive Season was a good move.

    • Needless to say, any good move in Ulster sets off a bout of hissing from republican reptiles, and sure enough, local scumbag ‘Sinn Féin Assembly member Conor Murphy demanded “immediate answers.”.’

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    • Scumbag Murphy
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    • Before we go on with the RTE story, it’s in order to explain my description of Murphy as a scumbag.

      Murphy is a convicted terrorist, who in 1982 got 5 years for membership of the IRA murder-gang and possession of explosives.

    • Murphy’s vicious sectarian bigotry was exposed after the Bad Friday Agreement, when, as a Stormont Minister, he made an appointment to the N.I. Water authority which resulted in a tribunal awarding £150,000 damages for discrimination to an unusccessful applicant…

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    •  …Murphy’s choice was appointed because “he was not from a Protestant background and because he was known to the minister and his (then Sinn Fein) ministerial colleagues Michelle Gildernew and Caitriona Ruane who were consulted about the appointment.”[ The tribunal found Murphy’s evidence was “implausible and lack[ing] credibility”, and that, during Murphy’s tenure at the Department for Regional Development, there was a “material bias against the appointment of candidates from a Protestant background”  –

    • see wikipedia for more info on the scumbag

    • Mangy Murphy got his no doubt green white and gold knickers in a twist because Mr. Byrne had a photo taken with officers toting the weaponry that serving in close proximity to a den of vipers obliges them to carry.

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      Their sense of duty and optimism is inspiring. Stay safe and thank you.”


      Mangy grizzled like a tantrum tot: “This post by the chief constable is offensive to the local community and utterly unacceptable…

    • And what about the militaristic style of murder of the IRA, of which Murphy was an active member?
    • ….The heavily armed officers posing with the chief constable is reflective of the militaristic style of policing that the community in South Armagh has had to endure in recent years.”

      What a great pity that no death penalty was in place for active involvement in terrorism when Murphy was convicted back in 1982!

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    • Then we would not have to listen to the religious bigot beast’s bleating today!

    • Billy King 22:25 on December 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You have Murphy summed up perfectly, Ross.
      The police in that vicinity would be mad to go about unarmed. The republicans in Crossmaglen are the worst of people, monsters I would go so far as to say, with not a tiny wee bit of loyalty amongst them.


    • Bet Palmer 03:22 on December 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Murphy is a devil from Hell, the badness he’s been proven guilty of.
      Crossmaglen and him deserve each other.
      I think you once wrote they should be lopped off Armagh and let the border be changed to give them the Dublin rule they crave. I can see nothing wrong with that but it would need to be a good hard border or they always be crossing back into Ulster just to make trouble as they like to do.


  • ross1948 00:37 on July 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bogside, boundary commission 1925, crossmaglen, , , , The Battle of the Somme 1916,   

    The Somme, The On-Going Threat…and A Dominion of Ulster? 

    The Battle of The Somme, 1916, a century ago, was and is a defining event in British Ulster’s history.

    The heroism and sacrifice  shown in that First World War battle, when Ulster’s volunteers went into battle shouting their war-cry, ‘No Surrender,’ made it impossible for London politicians to sell out their most loyal and brave fellow-country,.


    It’s an anniversary that has resonance every year but maybe even more today, this year, as Dublin’s Fifth Column resumes its droning rant for an end to what they call ‘partition,’ an ironic choice of word, since it was Sinn Fein that gloried in ‘partition.’

    Partition of the British Isles.




    The satanic Sinn Fein/IRA duo, McGuinness and Adams, want a referendum to have Ulster annexed to Eire.

    The Guardian has an article…..

    Ireland faces partition again. Preserving the peace is critical

    ..but their headline is unutterably misleading.

    The journo says nothing about ‘Ireland’ facing ‘partition again,‘ merely speculating on a possible new partition of the UK, questioning our British Ulsterfolk’s place in HM’s realm in the face of those evil republicans’ eternal quest to drive them under Dublin rule.

    Almost inevitably, being a Guardian employee, she comes out with tripe, viz. 

    One of the greatest challenges is the likely reinstitution of a physical border between north and south. The border checks of the Troubles were, for many, militarised sites of fear and oppression..


    Border check-points might be an inconvenience but they did, and would again, remind the disloyal minority that ‘Ireland’ is a geographical expression, not a nation.

    And that if they’d like to live under Eire’s tricolour, their best bet is to pack their bags and sod off south.

    As for fear and oppression, no honest Brit patriot ever felt like that, only Shinner swine like the two demonic creatures in that photo above.

    Of course, if she’s old enough, the Guardian scribbler may have experienced feelings like that..



    ‘Oh no, it’s the border…!’


    …but she’s no Brit.

    She’s Dr. Emer O’Toole, a native of Galway, and a graduate of the National University of Ireland Galway and Trinity College Dublin!


    Could they not find somebody with a British outlook?

    Well, no, it’s the Guardian, after all.

    But another look at the frontier drawn up so long ago is no bad idea. The current border could easily have been somewhat different. 


    A loyal Ulster Brit wrote in 1919 that ‘A Southern frontier from the end of Lough Erne to Bessbrook or thereabouts would be ideal; it would take in a fair share of the people we want and leave out those we don’t want’ 

    There are too many aliens, clutching Eire passports. whose allegiance is to that tricolour. Better by far to resurrect Maggie’s contemplation of ‘re-partition,’ adjusting the frontier to excise treason lairs like Crossmaglen….




    …and transferring disloyal ‘Sudeten’ populations from areas like the Bogside and the Falls, to ensure that a slightly smaller British province becomes more homogeneously British.

    As to the Sinn Fein/IRA goal of annexing Ulster to Eire, let’s not forget that Ulster Division whom we honour as Somme heroes.

    They had previously been Ulster Volunteers, ready to fight any betrayal by the London Government which might place them under Dublin rule.  But when the Crown required their services in the Great War, they didn’t hesitate to join up.

    Similarly today, there may be disagreements within the British community in those lovely lands between Londonderry and Larne.

    Mural, Shankill Parade, off Shankill Road.

    No matter if London doesn’t reciprocate their loyalty,  they will NEVER be forced into an alien republic.

    Nor for the first time, the Dominion of Ulster is a topic of conversation in God’s Own Country. 


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