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  • ross1948 18:27 on September 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Comrade Corbyn’s Selective Anti-Imperialism 

    ‘Jeremy Corbyn has been throughout his career an opponent of imperialism and a strong critic of Israel and that’s his position,”



    Or so says some hack named Neil Clark, quoted in RT, who is no doubt surely sincere in believing that, despite any record I can find of Comrade Corbyn condemning Red China’s genocidal imperialism in Tibet.

    Red Jeremy is also infamous for his frolicking with Sinn Fein/IRA’s Blood-Beast Adams…



    …who embodies the imperialist aspirations of Britain’s eternal enemy, Eire.

    So no interest in the right to self-determination of Tibetans, or of Ulster’s Brits.



    And is there not a fundamental contradiction in Corbyn’s enmity towards Israel, and his refusal, quoted in the same RT article  –

    https://www.rt.com/uk/439028-corbyn-arsenal-boycott-israel/ – about his call to boycott his ‘own’ team Arsenal because they made a deal with the Jewish state’s tourist board!-

    – to grant parity of esteem to Israelis and Palestinians.



    The whole dispute in that troubled land is due to the sectarian, and very violent, imperialism of the Islamic aggressors who invaded, conquered and held in their grip for centuries not only the Holy Land but also almost all the Byzantine provinces, despite brave efforts by the Crusaders to liberate the conquered areas.

    • Eleanor Fraser 21:47 on September 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      At least with Corbyn we kmow he’s been an enemy of our country for all his adult life.
      I was fooled by May for a while but now we know her too, for what she is,
      Who will take us through all this mess we’re in. I am perplexed.


    • orion 13:15 on September 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Professor Shlomo Sands in his books “The invention of the Jewish people”, a best seller in Israel at the time, stated categorically that DNA proves that the Palestinian are the descendent of the Israelites of old. In 1928, the total Jewish population of Palestine was some 83 000. All the others were imported and are converts to Judaism (in fact some 75% are atheists). The Yemenites converted in the 4th Cent. The Sephardi (Berbers from North Africa) converted in the 8th Cent. The Ashkenazi, a Turko Mongol-Finn mixture from the North of the Caucasus, converted in the 9th Cent CE. Their right to the land is the right of conquest, not descent. Who is financing you? Tel Aviv’s Propaganda Dept.?


      • ross1948 20:07 on September 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        If only, Orion.
        Nobody gives me any money and I never ask for any.


  • ross1948 21:56 on June 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Offended’ By Crusaders? Shape Up or Ship Out! 

    One does become fatigued with constant foot-stamping by whiners about how British people live in Britain, whether about their children’s liking for pork in school dinners or for piglet pictures in kindergarten books. 


    • tantrum
    • ————
    • Are the whiners really so easily ‘offended’ by aspects of the country which they or their parents should surley have known of, when they chose to settle there?
    • But if Islamists  – or anyone else  –  feel ‘offended’ by reminders of the country’s heroic history, in this current case the English role in the Liberation Wars known as Crusades, then they don’t deserve the privilege of living in England.



    Or indeed in France, whose Christian soldiers also served in those ferocious campaigns about a thousand years ago to free the Holy Land from Saracen invaders.

    • ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    • jerusalem Old Jerusalem
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    • But there’s something much more offensive than those splendid Crusader outfits sported by English soccer fans, for the forthcoming European Championship games in France.

    It’s the BBC’s iWonder website, which  has questioned whether the outfits are appropriate given that “crusaders were the perpetrators of violent attacks on Muslims…”    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/you-re-offending-muslims-english-crusaders-warned-0xs0msdtb

    All the Middle East back then had been subjugated by violent attacks, by Islamic armies. Crusaders went there to undo that subjugation.  

    How the French respond to this kind of typical BBC cr%p is up to them, but England is a Christian country, HM The Queen the head of its Established Church.

    So every Englishman and Englishwoman is fully entitled to take pride in their forebears’ exploits in those brave attempts to roll back Islamic aggression.  

    Just look at the map of caliphate expansion.




    Had the Crusaders succeeded in rolling back those invaders, back into the Arabian Peninsula whence they had originally emerged, there might well be no ISIS holed up in Syria and Iraq, nor Hamas in Gaza.

    And Libya might never have become a base for crimmigrant incursions!

    Who knows for sure, but…

    Those warriors of old did their best.



    Nice to see today’s footie fans retain a healthy spirit of Englishry.

    • Lee Christoff 05:49 on June 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Should never be ashamed of the crusaders, they were freedom fighters and the Saracens were the agressors.


  • ross1948 22:48 on May 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Ignorant of History, Colorado Christians Crawl! 

    The problem with the old name is that “a lot of people were concerned about the association with the crusades, a series of wars between Christians and Muslims…” 


    A Denver Christian school is changing its Crusaders mascot because some people think it’s offensive to Muslims.

    The Crusades were indeed wars between Christians and Muslims.



    Islamic expansionism, which began in the red area and continued for centuries, engulfing one Christian victim-country after another


    They were wars of liberation, undertaken to rescue lands seized by Islamic aggressors, a swathe of territory including Palestine, which had long been populated by Christians and Jews, but which had been invaded and occupied by foreign armies.

    I covered the issue not long ago…

    Top Islamic ‘Scholar’ To Kids – Admire Invaders Who Occupied Palestine! 

    …. but you’d think a ‘Christian’ school would have at least some acquaintance with the history of the Holy Land.

    Evidently not.



    Or maybe they do, but still resort to this pathetic appeasement crawl without the guts to admit it.


    Denver Christian Schools CEO Todd Lanting told KUSA that “It has nothing to do with political correctness.” 

     Christian school insists dropping ‘Crusaders’ mascot not due to political correctness | EAGnews.org


    Nice to see principled people over there in Colorado are making their voices heard, via social media.

    A Facebook group called “Crusaders Forever — HELP!” was created to express their sentiments.  

    So why not add a ‘Like’ to their page!?!




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