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  • ross1948 9:26 pm on March 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: David Cameron, foreign criminals, Robert Goodwill MP, ,   

    Theresa’s Crimmigrant Control Reform – Good Start, Needs Work! 

    Since I often attack Mrs. May, fairness requires I give credit where credit is due, so on this warm Jakarta night, her new rules to keep out crimmigrants earn her a cheer and a half.

    Teachers, nurses and social workers from outside the European Union are set to face criminal record checks before being allowed to work in the UK.

    Yes, admirable. But prior to her entry into 10 Downing Street, she had years to make this move, when she was Home Secretary.

    Did Camoron prevent her doing so?

    the Home Office says the move is designed to “strengthen safeguards.” http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-39294765 v

    Better late than never!

    But it’s not exactly a comprehensive safeguard.

    It seems it will only apply to applicants from non-European Economic Area countries for a ‘ Tier 2’ visa to take up jobs which involve working with children and vulnerable adults.

    Certainly such people deserve protection.

    But what about the rest of the British public?

    Gambar terkait

    Robert Goodwill MP



    Immigration Minister Robert Goodwill said: “Foreign criminals have absolutely no right to be working with society’s most vulnerable…”

    Foreign criminals should have absolutely no right to  be residing in, or wandering anywhere around, the British Isles, regardless of with whom they’re working.

    Astonishingly, it seems the government has inexplicably tied its own hands in handling undesirables.

     The government can automatically refuse entry to applicants who have been jailed for four years or more, while those given shorter terms can be barred for up to 10 years after their sentence ends.

    So unless some no-good has had a minimum four-year sentence, the British Government CANNOT just bar him, or her, from the UK  automatically?

    WHY NOT?  

    And why should other no-goods only be barred for ‘up to 10 years?’ 


    Why cannot British authorities simply be free to bar any and every lawless alien for as long as the authorities see fit?

    It makes no sense to me.

    But then Mrs. May no doubt follows the Camoron Doctrine…


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

    …that the ‘rights’ of foreign criminals take precedence over plain old-fashioned British justice.



    • Pamela 11:56 pm on March 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Very well reasoned.
      There’s no case for any criminals to be let into the UK.
      We have enough already.

  • ross1948 9:21 am on July 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , David Cameron, section 28,   

    No Iron Lady This – Off To A Bad Start! 

    What a strange day, waking to find The Independent has a headline I can agree with!

    Goodbye David Cameron: The Worst Prime Minister in a Hundred Years

    Of course, that very left-lib newspaper reaches its conclusion for reasons ever-so-slightly different from mine.


    But are we out of the frying pan, into the fire?

    Inevitably, she was obliged to say something nice about her predecessor – perhaps that he had a good record on the matter of feeding his dog or cat in a timely and proper manner. 


    • Cameron+and+Home+Secretary+Theresa+May+(L)+walk+through+Terminal+5+during+a+visit+to+UK+Border+Agency+staff

    But her very first words, describing Camoron’s ‘achievements,’ were shocking – she named so-called ‘same-sex marriage’ as grounds for satisfaction in what he’d done to Britain.

    No Iron Lady this.

    By her first utterance in public she made it clear that both the style and the substance of her regime will be as disturbing to decent Brits as that of the devious ‘cast-iron’ creature who’s just moved out of Number Ten.

    Maggie Thatcher’s years in office were marked by the passage in parliament of the admirable Section 28, that clause in a Local Government Bill which outlawed pervert propaganda in schools.

    • indoctrination
    • Many Tory MPs still active in politics today voted for it, but many Conservatives, like Francis Maude, buckled under gaystapo pressure and recanted their 1980s endorsement of decency.

    Stand by for increasing erosions of traditional values  – if there are that many left to erode. .

    • Pamela 2:44 pm on July 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      There will never be another as good as Maggie but we need to cross our fingers and hope that Liam Fox will keep her from straying off the Brexit path.
      I wouldn’t trust Boris as far as i can throw him, and rest assured, that could not be very far.

    • martin cruttwell 3:30 pm on July 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Have a look at Theresa’s 2014 Tory Party Conference speech (on line)

    • Martin Cruttwell 10:12 pm on July 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Some readers might care to look at my website http://www.camrecon.demon.co.uk entitled ” The Party System and the Corruption of Parliament”.
      The whole party system is corrupt and most people have no idea how and why even though thoroughly disillusioned with party politicians

  • ross1948 9:14 pm on May 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , David Cameron, , , , , , UK local elections,   

    New Tory Migrant U-Turn Heralds UK Playground Mayhem! 

    In the face of a growing rebellion on his backbenches, he is expected to announce that the UK will after all take more unaccompanied refugee children from Europe.  http://www.itv.com/news/2016-05-04/david-cameron-syrian-refugee-climbdown-itv-news-understands/


    Again the worm turns. 

    From the very onset of the crimmigration crisis, we have seen how barbarous brats  – bulky barbarous brats, remember, because a hefty proportion of these ‘children’ are not children at all, but over-sexed adolescents, reared  in uptight shariah societies, who make life hell for decent European children, and teens, and grown women.

    We saw it in Sweden, even before the current mayhem began.

    evil children

    Crimmigrant Rape Gangs Get Green Light in Sweden


    We saw it way back last year in Bavaria.

    German Girls Forced Into Shariah Dress-Code By Sex-Pest Syrian Ingrates! 


    We saw it in Sweden (again!) not long ago.


    hands off

    • Stockholm police estimate that at least 200 Moroccan street children move in the area around the main train station in the centre of the capital … They grope girls between their legs, and slap them in the face when they protest. Swedish police warn Stockholm’s main train station is overrun
    • oooooooooooooooooooooo



    And we have seen it very recently, in Canada…

    It’s the same reason why the CBC helped in the cover-up of the Syrian migrant kids in a Halifax elementary school beating up the Canadian girls. If the roles were reversed, it would be huge news….It’s a big deal when Syrian migrants bring a culture of violence, especially anti-girl violence, to Canada.

    But even more concerning is when Canadian authorities — whether it’s teachers, the school board or even the police are too afraid to talk about it. And a media culture that would rather snuff out stories than report them.

    …with the lying press working hand-in-glove with the police and the political and bureaucratic establishment to cover it up.

    So when you wake up this Thursday morning, if you live in the UK, get down there and vote…


    If there are any honourable back-benchers left in Cameron’s Tory Party, they should quit now and join UKIP.

    up your, eu

    • Penny 4:44 am on May 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      The next generation of grooming gangs, flown into England courtesy of the European Commission.

    • Marion M 3:47 pm on May 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Is there anything Cameron has ever said that he has not gone back on. I just saw it on the news after reading this what you wrote and it makes me so sick. He knows what they’r like and still he puts British girls in danger by bringing them in.
      Any woman assaulted by these animals ought to sue Cameron.
      It’ll be all his fault for breaking the promise he made.

  • ross1948 6:28 pm on April 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 15-year-rule, , , , David Cameron, , James McGroroy, overseas voting, ,   

    UK Expats Are NOT All Europhiliac – And ‘Abroad’ Reaches Further Than Brussels. 

    …with over two months to go until the referendum date, 94 percent had already made up their minds, 67 percent were firmly in the ‘Remain’ camp, while 28 percent were planning to vote ‘Leave’.

    That’s The Local, talking about their survey of UK expats IN EUSSR countries. Nowhere else! But get the spin…no, not spin, the bare-faced lie…spewed out by the Europhiliacs.

    James McGrory, Chief Campaign Spokesman of Britain Stronger In Europe, said: “This survey shows the overwhelming consensus among Brits living abroad for remaining in Europe.




    Where the HELL are any facts, statistics, polls, to justify that blow-hard’s boast? Or does he really think that ‘abroad’ and ‘under Brussels control’ are synonymous.

    Memo to McGrory – they’re not! 

    Nobody here in Jakarta has surveyed any Brit I know. And I know quite a few, some of whom will vote against Brussels rule, others who are content to see the UK as a subject state.

    As far as I know, there are FAR more expat voters – and many born-and-bred Brits denied a vote by Camoron’s betrayal of his campaign promise to repeal the ’15-year-absence’ clause…




    …. in non-European countries than within the EUSSR.  There are thousands here in South East Asia, hundreds of thousands in Oz and NZ and Canada and the USA, and many more in Africa and Latin America.

    What does McGrory know of their views?

    To give due credit to The Local, they did offer some individual opinions, and I liked this one so much I add it now for readers to savour. 

    “Remember those three-legged races at school? You would run 50 yards until the rope practically burned your leg off, and you collapsed in a heap,” he said.

    “Well now imagine 28 countries with their legs tied together each trying to run in their own direction. The rope is frayed, as the bullies pull here and there and the young kids are getting trampled on. So is Brexit the answer? Possibly. I love Europeans – I went to school with them – That’s why I think maybe we should save them from the EU.”


    EUSSR red

  • ross1948 2:10 am on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , David Cameron, , Kim Jong Cameron, ,   

    A Rat By Any Other Name….Cameron's Many Appellations! 

    © Benedict Pringle / politicaladvertising.co.uk


    A round of applause to the artists who thus depicted the charlatan.

    I’ve thought for a while that to continue calling him Cast-Iron is pointless.

    We all remember why he got that nick-name, because of his shameless lying when he gave the ‘cast-iron’ pledge to hold a referendum not quite ten years ago, then spat in the face of the electorate by reneging.


    • Joint ministerial council summit


    Then we had that poll in which Brits awarded him the Snake, as the animal which his character and conduct most readily conjured up.

    Then last week I started referring to him as ‘Off-Shore’ – no need to explain that!

    So this lazy Sunday, while I plan to relax with one of my helpful visitors cooking brunch and probably my evening as well, I invite readers to say which, if any, they prefer, and if none of the above, to suggest other good appellationswhichmight suit the swine.


    • Penny 9:02 am on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Nobody takes anything he says seriously, so let’s all call him The Clown

    • Sam the Swineherd 10:47 am on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I will settle for the final word of your post, Ross.
      ‘Swine’ Cameron has resonance!

    • Mike Thomas 11:04 am on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t like the Labour Left but they picked a nice name for Cameron and I propose we too call him Poshboy.
      He insulted four millon British voters by calling us Ukips ‘fruitcakes’ and a lot worse, so it’s only fair that we get to call him names..
      I think the Camerons have no idea of how difficult British people who do honest jobs are finding it, just paying basic bills and trying to make ends meet. The last straw for me was when I read that Poshboy’s wife was spending FIFTY thousand pounds on a special adviser to give her fashion tips.
      My wife reads the magazines in our doctor’s waiting room for those. Mrs Cameron should too. Then again, I don’t expect she ever has to wait her turn in doctor’s waiting rooms.

    • Ben Sharpe 8:33 pm on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Just change one letter and you’ve got it.

  • ross1948 1:41 pm on March 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , David Cameron, , , , , , , , ,   

    Cameron to UKIP – Telling Terror Truth is ‘Inappropriate!’ 

    Cameron criticises Ukip for linking Brussels attacks to immigration

    • 0d8e4-kingcameronarrogant

    That man is either a fool or a traitor.

    And you don’t get to Downing Street by being a fool.

    Molenbeek would be a quiet Brussels suburb had the Belgians not sat idly by while it became infested with immigrants from countries that don’t share Western civilised values.


    • Banlieue burning French face banlieue barbarism
    • =====
    • Similarly in Paris – those no-go banlieues would be normal areas inhabited by normal folk had the French not allowed them to become alien islands populated by primitives many of whose loyalties lie elsewhere than France.
    • ————-
    • Nigel+Farage
    • Farage was quite right back in January when he said –

     “The thing that makes me angry about what happened in Paris is frankly the fact that it was so utterly and entirely predictable. I think we’ve reached a point where we have to admit to ourselves, in Britain and France and much of the rest of Europe, that mass immigration and multicultural division has for now been a failure.”

    And his UKIP colleague, Mike Hookham MEP, is spot on now. 

    • Savages-poster


    Typically, The Guardian plays the patsy role, grotesque mystification of what everyone knows.

     Hookham drew the link between terrorism and immigration despite there being no information in the public domain about the identity of the attackers, their origins or motives.

    The London Tube bombing was the work of people who’d not have been there had lax immigration not allowed unassimilable sectarians in. The Paris atrocity too.

    And in Belgium?


    Will The Guardian make much of the facts when they emerge in detail, that the Brussels bombers were there EITHER because of the current invasion OR because of the insanity of past policies which allowed a part of their capital to become non-Belgian?

    I think not.   

    Europe’s crimmigration crisis is nothing new. The horde that’s descended since last year has merely dramatised the folly of decades.


  • ross1948 12:11 am on March 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , David Cameron, , ,   

    Meeting! Cameron’s Phoney Nego Exposed! 22nd March 

    I see that Leave.EU and Grassroots Out had a successful day of action last week , and their bulletin advises that the next BIG action day will be on Saturday 9th April where we aim to have a street stall in every constituency. If you would like to be involved please get in touchaction@grassrootsout.co.uk

    But meanwhile, there’s another meeting coming up, in London, organised by The Bruges Group, so I take pleasure in supplying the details below.







    Tuesday, 22nd March
    6.45pm for 7pm
    The Renegotiation That Never Was
    Voting to leave the European Union

    The speakers will discuss why they will vote to leave

    The Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg MP
    Member of Parliament for North-East Somerset
    Jacob Rees-Mogg talk will be on the need to leave the EU.

    Dr Ruth Lea
    Economist and Non-executive director of the Arbuthnot Banking Group


    & John Baron MP
    BBC Parliamentarian of the Year for 2013
    John Baron will set out why he is supporting a ‘leave’ vote.

    £10 payable on the door or in advance
    Including wine, orange juice, mineral water and nibbles

    To purchase your ticket visit:

    Princess Alexandra Hall, Royal Over-Seas League
    Over-Seas House, 6 Park Place, St James’s Street
    London SW1A 1LR


  • ross1948 12:01 am on March 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: David Cameron, , , , migrant numbers, National Insurance numbers, ONS, UK government cover-up   

    Lyin’ Swine? No Rhyme! But It Sums Up Cameron! 

    So exactly how many migrants are pouring into the UK?



    David Cameron has refused a request to release the figures, claiming that the difference is accounted for by short term migrants.

    The difference?

    That’s between the total number Cameron claims and the number of UK National Insurance cards issued to EUSSR foreigners.

    Of course he won’t allow any transparency on this. The man is no more a friend to honesty than to freedom, as much an enemy of truth as of his country’s sovereignty.




    Cameron is stone-walling release of this key information to concerned citizens, despite the fact that one of his own Ministers has said he ‘ can see no reason why we can’t have the figures.’

    If Cameron were NOT a liar, he’d let the figures be known and Brits could judge for themselves. Fortunately, the Office of National Statistics has ordered a review, but the results may not be out until weeks or even days before the June 23rd referendum.


    I’d watch out lest the Swine in Number Ten seeks some way to delay this news, which Mr. Jonathan Portes, Principal Research Fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, has said is likely to be a “big moment” during the referendum campaign. 

    Mr. Portes – an impartial researcher – has been trying again and again to get hold of the info that Cameron is desperate to cover up, but even though he has invoked his statutory Freedom of Information rights, his approaches have been repeatedly rejected.   http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/12191579/True-scale-of-EU-migration-could-emerge-on-eve-of-referendum.html


    Hasil gambar untuk pickpocket brussels
    According to official figures 1million EU migrants came to Britain over the past five years, but over that same period 2.25million registered for national insurance numbers.


    Once more the Lyin’ Swine is up to no good.

    Get yourselves out there on the next day of action, or if you can’t, at least use social media, as we do, to spread the word. 


  • ross1948 11:14 pm on March 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Botin, David Cameron, , Nathan Bostock, Santander Bank, Shriti Vadera,   

    Banco Santander Backs Cameron’s Brussels Betrayal! 

    Have a look at Santander’s Corporate website.

    Even a glance gives the game away.


    Over a Century of History

    Corporate headquarters  

    Ciudad Grupo Santander

    Avda de Cantabria s/n
    28660 Boadilla del Monte

    General information
    Telephone: 902 11 22 11
    (from Spain)
    Telephone: 91 289 00 00

    And their boss of bosses is this lady, Senora Anna Botin!


    , Hasil gambar untuk santander ana botin, HMV Botin

    Did The PM Copy The Head Of Santander In His Speech?

    A UK institution?  

    Their British-based flunkeys are surely no more than minions of a multinational behemoth.


    So not exactly a company you’d think of as the best of British! Though it’s only fair to note that in commercial terms they have improved since their nadir just a few years ago!

    Santander voted the worst bank in Britain in customer satisfaction survey –            http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/city-news/santander-voted-worst-bank-britain-1874897

    Senora Botin’s flunkeys in Britain, Baroness Shriti Vadera ( Chair, Santander UK) – who got her peerage from Labour Europhiliac Gordon Brown…



    …and Nathan Bostock, CEO, Santander UK, who is no slouch at getting above himself –

    Mr Bostock had initially planned to become both deputy chief executive and chief risk officer, but the regulator blocked him from holding both roles and he dropped the latter http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/ec049c30-47d3-11e4-be7b-00144feab7de.html#axzz41RQHfyeE 

     should be slapped down for their arrogant intrusion into the referendum debate.


     Pro-Brussels Bostock


    They both put their names to the increasingly notorious round-robin launched by one of Cameron’s hirelings at 10 Downing Street earlier this month – not as individuals, which they’re perfectly entitled to do, but in their corporate capacities.

    Over to you, Santander customers – check out the list and shift your custom to a bank that’s on the British side.

    And tell Santander to save its input till Spain gets a referendum.


  • ross1948 12:33 am on March 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , David Cameron, , , , , , Tony Fernandes,   

    AirAsia’s Malaysian Joins Europhile “In”-Crowd – Go Fly Yourself, Tony! 


    Last month we expressed our scorn for the plutocratic elite aligning themselves with Cameron’s craven sell-out to Brussels, what Better Off Out rather neatly describes as the inelegant sight of a self-serving elite closing ranks.  http://www.betteroffout.net/pro-eu-businesses-letter-the-times/

    They add the interesting information that the big business endorsement was circulated by a civil servant at Number 10, which tells you plenty about the politicisation of the once-upon-a-time admirably impartial UK Civil Service.


    Sonny Leong CBE

    Leong, director of “Left Foot Forward, a political blog for progressives!”


    One name on the list is that of Sonny Leong, Chief executive, Civil Service College.

    And what do they do? – – Using the latest skills and methods we aim to help shape the public sector in the UK and abroad, and beyond.   http://www.civilservicecollege.org.uk/about-us.aspx

    Very reassuring!

    But for those Brits resident here in Jakarta, and there are a lot, it’s something of a surprise to note that AirAsia is one of the companies named.

    Their big boss, Tony Fernandes, is a Malaysian.


    Tony Fernandes.jpg


    In March 2012, Tony Fernandes served on the International Advisory Board of Global March to Jerusalem, which aims to “mobilize the international community in solidarity with Palestinians and to protect Jerusalem   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Fernandes


    I am currently considering two major trips this year. I used AirAsia only recently, for a couple of trips, home and away, but after doing that little bit of research, I’m damn sure I won’t be using them again.

    Better to pay a bit extra than contribute to the profits of an airline whose multi-millionaire magnate foreign owner wants to keep Britannia subject to those Brussels Commissars and who takes a one-sided ‘solidarity’ stance in the Middle East . 


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