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  • ross1948 22:36 on September 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , democracy, , , , , , , , ,   

    Turdo’s ‘Brown-Face?’ Howzabout Singh’s Brown-Shirt? 

    Canada’s socialist party, the NDP, has a leader with a fairly dodgy record of extremist connections…

    …but nobody has ‘written to the Leaders’ Debates Commissioner asking him to reconsider his decision to allow Jagmeet Singh to participate in the federal election debates.’

    Yet remove Singh’s name from the previous sentence and substitute Maxime Bernier’s, and that’s exactly what Singh has done to the patriot party leader.



    “I am troubled by your decision to allow the leader of the People’s Party of Canada in the debates. It is wrong that Mr. Bernier be given a platform to promote an ideology of hate that spreads prejudice and disinformation,” Singh said in his letter. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/singh-johnston-bernier-debate-letter-


    In Singh’s far from humble opinion, maybe…

    Jagmeet Singh at the 2nd National Bike Summit in Ottawa in 2018

    ….but maybe, too, millions of Canadians are old enough to make up their own minds and want to see and hear Bernier for themselves before they swallow any yammering about ‘hate-speech.’

    By this anti-free speech outburst, the far-left NDP has aligned itself absolutely with the sloganeering of the Red Nazi Antifa gang,



    That kind of ‘hate-speech’ hogwash is exactly the sort of excuse the Red Nazis advance as their excuse for vicious violence against anyone who disputes cultural marxist ideology.



  • ross1948 15:10 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , democracy, King Philippel, Socialist Laurette Onkelinx, ,   

    God Save The King – From Orrible Onkelinx! 

    Although a dedicated monarchist, I seldom pay attention to the Belgian monarchy, as the kings have traditionally been a very low-key bunch.

    Last month, last week, to be precise, King Philippe made headlines.


    For performing his royal duties as a constitutional monarch should.

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    Instead of following the example of the infantile in-crowd parties, he met the leader of the Vlaams Belang, which did exceptionally well in both the European and Belgian elections.

    Nearly 19% of Flemish voters chose the far-right Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest), a stunning reversal of fortune for a party recently in decline.’ 

    That’s how the far-left Guardian puts it, describing a ‘furious debate’ among the tantrum-prone establishment parties, who operate what they call a ‘cordon sanitaire,’ treating the party, and all those thousands of Flanders voters, with exquisitely anti-democratic contempt.

    HM deserves applause for breaking with the pusillanimous precedents set by his two predecessors, who snubbed the Flemish party’s fore-runner, the Vlaams Blok.



    Belgium of course forfeited its right to be reckoned a proper democracy some fifteen years ago, when the V Blok was outlawed by left-liberal judges, for the crime of ‘discrimination’ i.e. putting one’s ‘own people first,’ as their banner proudly proclaimed.




    Yes, a large democratically elected party, BANNED in a modern European country.

    Who’s next? The Brexit Party?

    Left intolerance is still alive and kicking, as demonstrated by a far-left nutjob named Laurette Onkelinx, a ‘Francophone Socialist lawmaker,’ who says she’s ‘shocked…’


    Après Olivier Maingain, Laurette Onkelinx attaque à son tour le décret Inscription


    Ranting old red Onkelinx, outraged by her king’s constitutional courtesy


    ….but utters not a whisper of concern about the King’s fair-minded readiness also to meet the self-styled ‘Belgian Workers Party,’ which even the Guardian admits is ‘radical left!’=

    dou·ble stand·ard
    /ˈdəbəl ˈstandərd/
    plural noun: double standards
    1. a rule or principle which is unfairly applied in different ways to different people or groups.

    Fortunately, even her fellow-socialists seem more rational, as does almost everyone else quoted in the Report.

    One of her Socialist comrades, Rudi Vervoort, is grown-up enough to say that, while ‘‘it is not a pleasure to see this scene in Belgium…. there is an electoral reality in Flanders that cannot be denied.”

    Good for him, and for VB leader Tom Van Grieken –


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    It is completely normal to invite a party that has won the elections.  I was pleased with the invitation … I am not going to say it is unnatural. This is natural. What happened over the past 40 years was not democratic.”


    Thanks to Flanders voters, Belgium now has two patriotic parties, and Lord knows there are real problems…


    Molenbeek  -“the whole neighborhood” knew where Abdeslam was ever since the Paris attacks. Nobody tipped off authorities. So Belgian Media Is Rotten Too? 


    An Illegal Camp Sprouts In Brussels

    “No question, Sharia4Belgium is a terrorist group,” the chief judge said… 

    …that require patriots to work together.



    • Chrissie Miles 15:30 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good luck to the VB Mark2.
      I hope they are not banned by those leftist judges like VB Mark 1 was.
      It’s hard to believe that a jackboot court in post-war Western Europe was able to get away with doing something you would expect from Joe Stalin or Mao.


    • Fiona 16:38 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Your little aside re the Brexit Party is too close for comfort in view of the violence threatened by the far left.
      Did you miss that report from Manchester, where a extreme left capitalist, who owns the Chorlton Brewing Company there, ‘urged his customers to hit “fascists” (like Farage and Tommy Robinson) over the head with a brick?’
      This Red Nazi war-cry comes from their director, Mike Marcus, and could I use your comment column to ask that his and his company’s Twitter and Facebook sites be given suitable attention?
      Note – unlike the left, I do not want to see violence against him. That is not the British way and while he is definitely very Un-British, we are not!


      • ross1948 18:03 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I agree with you, no violence. Your comments always make good sense and your ideas for reaction to the threat are welcome.
        We can also do more, Fiona.
        If we give this ratbag a post all to himself, with some extra suitable suggestions, it’s up to all readers to spread the info. I will get to work and have something ready by Wednesday or Thursday.


    • Vanessa 17:54 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Two patriot parties!
      I hope they work together, although the proportional and-or transferable vote there should prevent any problems like we see in Peterborough. Next week’s byelection has Brexit Party in with a very good chance but we have both UKIP and the SDP splitting the patriot vote.
      If the BP loses by a few hundred votes, God forgive those two minor party candidates.
      However, I think it’s going to be a walk-over,


  • ross1948 16:15 on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , democracy, ,   

    Justice In Florida – In Wisconsin, Not So Much! 

    Justice in the USA is something of a patch-work.

    In Florida, it works well, albeit slowly.

    It was refreshing to read that a serial rapist-murder has finally been executed….



    As we type this, it’s pleasing to imagine him in fiery torment, alongside Manson and Bin Laden and…


    …..other evil-doers, all getting their just, eternal, hellish deserts.

    But in Wisconsin, which, alas, has no death penalty, another fiend is guaranteed three square meals a day for the rest of his natural life, plus tax-paid medical treatment, free tv and all kinds of benefits, after he was finally sentenced for kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents…at the family’s home near Barron, about 90 miles north-east of Minneapolis…


    Where’s the justice in that? Do Wisconsin people not think that devil’s death is well-deserved?

    States’ rights are a key part of the American system. Hence the variations.

    But not all states have put this important issue to the people.

     Capital punishment is not something that ought to be left to legislation or legal fiat – or to decadent governors, like that clown in California, who has recently boasted that he is to use his gubernatorial prerogative effectively to end capital punishment there…

    California Drivel – Democrat Scorns Democracy, Fawns

    California’s Loathesome Governor Gavin Newsom

     …showing open contempt not just for the victims of the scum he’s saved from proper punishment, but also for the electorate…

    Proposition 62
    Repeal of Death Penalty
    Votes %
     Yes 6,361,788 46.85%
     No 7,218,625 53.15%
    Valid votes 13,580,413 92.95%
    Invalid or blank votes 1,030,096 7.05%
    Total votes 14,610,509 100.00%
    Registered voters/turnout 19,411,771 75.27%

    …who, when last consulted, wanted such vermin exterminated.

    Our readers in the United States should not sit around waiting to see what the Supreme Court has to say next time the issue comes before them.

    Admittedly, recent additions to the bench make any judicial diktat in favour of abolition less likely, and one hopes the appointment of a sane judge to fill Bader Ginsberg’s spot may soon be on the way.

    Yet while SCOTUS could, if judges were careless of morality, issue an abolition decision, SCOTUS cannot decree sea-to-sea restoration.

    referndmlet peole vote

    Decent Americans in Wisconsin and other states without the death penalty need to get organised and purge both legislatures and courts of liberal slugs…



    …whose mission is to safeguard the wicked no matter how they’ve hurt the good.

    Just saying.

    • Terry Swenson 18:20 on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      California had that last vote 3 years ago and we won but only just. The state is getting worse all the time. The schools are full of extreme left teachers turning the young ones into zombies. The Dems are doing all they can to make it easy for illegals to vote.
      So we might lose if another vote was held.
      Until the governor is no longer able to commute or otherwise stop executions, no democratic vote will make a difference anyway, and those changes are impossible or nearly.
      So while your ideas might work in some states, in California and quite a few others, not much chance.


  • ross1948 19:37 on March 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , democracy, French prisons, , ,   

    ITMA -It’s The Muppet Again! 

    Here we go again!

    …Macron unveiled Tuesday a series of overhauls to the justice system aimed at finding alternatives to jail, a bid to tackle chronic overcrowding at the country’s prisons.


    I thought Macron had talked about democratic input into decision-making?

    This is why we are going to launch democratic conventions in the next few months in France and in other willing countries in order to ensure that our citizens are more involved… Speech by President Emmanuel Macron 

    He was talking then, it’s true, of ‘the debate on the future of Europe,’ but if ordinary Frenchmen and Frenchwomen are entitled to debate ‘Europe…’

    …then self-evidently they are fit to debate a non-party-political issue like capital punishment (and immigration, I hear you say!)

    If there had been any substance rather than froth to that stuff about ‘democratic involvement,’ then he could have held a referendum on the guillotine.



    Bringing back the death penalty for treason and re-trying all the terrorist prisoners …


    ( I believe there are a large contingent of jihadists behind bars in France Prison in France: Terrorism and Islamism – Gatestone Institute  – well worth reading in full)


    …on treason charges, which would be fair enough, would both be unimpeachably just AND free up plenty of cells and ease the over-crowding which has caused an outcry from the prison officers.

    As the report reminds us, the January protests by guards erupted after a convicted Al-Qaeda extremist attacked guards in a high-security facility in the north of the country with a razor blade and scissors, injuring three of them.

    Obviously the Al Qaeda pig ( not born a Muslim but in fact a German apostate!) should have been put to death when first convicted, and certainly after its attack on the guards.

    But Macron is a puppet, who will never break from the supranational strings, nor even try to…

    …so no chance any such democratic solution to the problems in prisons is likely.

    It does make you think, however, when you carry on reading that Leftal article, and see that not only does Le Muppet want convicts to keep the right to vote even they are imprisoned…



    …but that he can’t even understand the fairly crystal clear arguments for depriving them of the vote.

    “They have tried to explain to me why prisoners did not have the right to vote, but I still don’t understand,” Macron said.

    • Jeanne 21:56 on March 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      He is or likes to be seen as an intellectual so cannot comprehend common sense.
      The guillotine would be welcomed back by millions.


  • ross1948 17:20 on January 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ' Jan Tore Sanner, democracy, , Education and Integration Minister, , , Norwegian Centre Against Racism, Rune Berglund Steen   

    From Oslo – More Daft Droning ‘Diversity’ Drivel! 

    Here’s a photo, from The Leftal…sorry, The Local…of Norway’s new coalition government.


    • Norway's new government criticised for lack of diversity


    Perfectly normal-looking Norwegian men and women, right?


    Or so whines a leftist agitator named Rune Berglund Steen, the funding of whose  Norwegian Centre Against Racism…

    =Hasil gambar untuk Rune Berglund Steen, Norwegian Centre Against Racism


    …is very hard to locate via the internet.

    One has to wonder, if they are shy about where their funding comes from, do they, like so many so-called ‘Non-Government’ Organisations…



    ….have long greedy snouts deep in the public purse, grants galore from Brussels, Strasbourg and perhaps even that government in Oslo which they are currently railing against?

    Is there a connection to the parasitic ENAR?

    ENAR – Another ‘Non-Government’ Snout In The Public Purse! 


    Or are creepy subversive Soros outfits, like the notorious Open Society network, a major source?.

    Rune the Ranter – who has never been elected to represent anyone, as far as I can discover, except presumably his tax-funded ‘NGO’ comrades –  has criticised Prime Minister Erna Solberg’s newly-formed cabinet for failing to ‘reflect the population.’

    This pinko nutjob does not seem to grasp that in democratic countries, governments ‘reflect’ the will of the population…

    …because the ‘population’ comprised voters, who choose their candidates at the ballot box, on the basis of what those candidates and their parties purport to offer.

    Probably, too, voters choose people whose character…

    …and cultural identity they find attractive.

    If the leftist loud-mouth had any notion of democratic government, he’d not have shown himself up with that arrogant criticism, which escalates into risibility with this further moan, viz.


    …the lack of diversity represented a “democratic problem…”

    No, dingbat, it doesn’t!

    ‘Diversity‘ and Democracy are not inter-related.

    If the Norwegian electorate wanted to vote in such a way as to result in a Norwegian parliament, and therefore a Norwegian government, comprising only one-legged lesbian dwarves of  gypsy origin…

    Hasil gambar untuk blank photo Sorry, Readers!

    We are unable to retrieve any photos of one-legged lesbian dwarves, gypsy or otherwise!


    • ….then that’s what they’d get!

    Instead they clearly voted overwhelmingly for perfectly normal-looking Norse folks, men and women…

    Gambar terkait


    …so it’s NOT for cultural marxist klutzes like Red Rune to say the people’s choice is somehow a ‘democratic problem.’ 

    It gets sillier.

    Among the 68 ministers and secretaries presented by Solberg as she unveiled the new government on Wednesday, only two appear to be of minority background…

    Big bloody deal!

    Again, if citizens desperately wanted individuals of alien origin to legislate on their behalf, they were free  to nominate and elect such folk.


    BTW, the ranter’s rage must have been especially stoked by the fact that both the ‘minority’ members were of  European, though non-Norse, origin.


    Gambar terkait

    OMG, how utterly awful!

    “This is a democratic problem. Those in power must reflect the general population and it is very serious that this is not the case in the extended government,” shrills the nutjob.

      You can read the whole story…Norway’s new government criticised for lack of diversity…but I leave it to the new ‘Education and Integration Minister,’ Jan Tore Sanner, to put the carping multicultist in his place.

    =Gambar terkait

    “Many things must be taken into consideration when a new government is formed. The most important is the policies that will be followed, regardless of which background one has.


  • ross1948 09:27 on October 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , democracy, , ,   

    Prick Up Your Ears When You Hear ‘Divisive!’ 

    The Equality Campaign has attacked a “divisive” advertisement that attempts to cast marriage equality supporters as intolerant by citing comments on social media labelling opponents “bigots.” 

    The poor little dears don’t want to divide Australians but warned the no campaign’s tactics could harm the country…

    Harm the country? .

    So the repellent witch-hunt waged against honourable Australians who won’t knuckle under, like Margaret Court, is not harmful?


    Margaret Court gay marriage controversy

    And the ‘gay’ threats and thuggery against Christians is not harmful?


    Christians threatened by same-sex hate-preachers | Herald Sun

    The pro-decency Coalition for Marriage apparently has an ad which offers screenshots of abuse on social media from people it suggests are marriage equality supporters including calling opponents “homophobic maggots,” “bigots” and expressing hope that “someone kicks your teeth in.”

    That’s a neat Guardian trick that, people it suggests are marriage equality supporters,  as if it wasn’t gaystapo bullies engaged in intimidation!

    Then we have a queer twit named Tim Wilson, one of Turnbull’s Liberal MPs…

    Gambar terkait

    ….who takes terrible exception to the Coalition for Marriage’s ad, because to feature the abuse in an ad “seeks to inflame discussion.”

    So the clown reckons gaystapo abuse should go unremarked, when we know that cowardly, vicious bullying is the hall-mark of the militant homo agenda?Incredibly, he claims the pro-decency  campaign is “trying to bait people into being ferocious in the debate, and that’s not what we should be doing.”

    At least we get a bit of sense from another MP, Eric Abetz..

    “Once again, this commentary is all one-way traffic, suggesting that the no campaign is inflaming a situation when it is exposing what is occurring and will occur in the event of the yes campaign being successful.”

    Oh, so that mangy thug said so, did he, and that’s the end of it?

    Get real, gaystapo bint.

    But let’s get real about and get rid of, that ridiculous word DIVISIVE!

    Here’s another, unrelated report.

    Swiss voters rejected on Sunday a divisive pension reform plan that the government proposed to address the needs of an ageing population.


    Fear not!



    Although I write about a lot of events all over the world, my aim today is NOT to debate the rights and wrongs of how Switzerland treats its oldsters.

    It’s that word ‘divisive!’

    Here’s a few instances, just from a casual surf round Google, of its use and misuse.

    The most obvious current example of the latter is the controversy raging about some scum in America.


    Foto Cynthia Marie.


    It Was Just Divisive.’ Tom Brady Speaks Out After Trump Slams NFL …

    For months now we have seen one oaf after another squatting instead of standing proudly for the Star-Spangled Banner at American sports events.

    There can be few forms of behaviour more divisive, reminiscent of the racist BLM, a gang motivated by sheer hate…

    – Black Lives Matter co-founder tweets about killing “men and white folks”

    ….which seeks to elevate one race above others!

    Yet klutzes like this Big-Mouth Brady and his running dogs 0n CNN etc. DARE call President Trump ‘divisive’ when he urges Americans to behave as good citizens always have done!


    Now an example of the word’s proper use.

    SIS: Launderette’s ‘Muslim only’ policy divisive

    A vicious sectarian bigot in Malaysia, backed by his malignant ‘mufti,’ thinks it’s AOK to turn customers away from his launderette if they don’t worship the way he does.

    THAT is quintessentially ‘divisive,’ yes, and primitive!

    (As you probably expect, I have more to say on this, and will publish on the issue in the next ten minutes!)

    But many of the cases of misuse, indeed, abuse, of the word tend to crop up as complaints against democracy.

    That Swiss pension issue had a lot of people taking one side or the other in the debate.

    I hold no views, nor am I much interested, but when public opinion is divided, then the obvious, and honourable, way forward is debate and then vote.

    That’s the opposite of being ‘divisive.’

    Yet according to those dissatisfied with the outcome, or even with what they think may be the likely outcome, it’s democracy that’s divisive.

    Chaos at new airport pushes Berlin into divisive vote

    Government urges Sturgeon to drop ‘divisive‘ referendum plans

     Oh, and here’s a classic!

    However, given the experience that I have I can tell you that referendums are, by nature, divisive…When Can I Vote ‘No’ To More Referendums?

    I have never quite understood why democratic decision-making might be regarded as ‘divisive.’

    Again, the whole point of democracy is that when opinions are divided, as on most issues, in most countries, they usually are…


    …a free and fair vote is the proper way to settle the argument.

    Then we accept that we lost the argument, and unite behind the people’s decision, which, by having participated in the debate and the democratic process, we are morally obliged to do.

    In a free country,  it’s only divisive when the losers on the vote won’t accept the result.

    Of course, in due course, ten years or so, then a debate can be revived, and a campaign for another vote undertaken.

    Life will go on meantime…



    …but please note, ten years or so is a rational gap, surely, NOT the four decades plus ( 1975 – 2016) it took to get a re-run for Brits on the EUSSR.

    • Keith Milner 12:30 on October 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      A good read, Ross. Thanks.
      It is a shame the doctors were bullied into this.


  • ross1948 07:32 on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Darebin, democracy, Kim Le Cerf, , Sally Armytage, , Yarra   

    Melbourne’s Dustbin Disgraces Australia Again 

    I do feel sorry for any decent people unlucky enough to reside in Darebin, Victoria.

    Darebin, Dustbin Of Democracy! Greens Warn Christians! 

    That’s the local authority which we renamed Dustbin after it trashed the essentials of democratic practice with plans to abuse its resources to boost the gaystapo postal ballot campaign.

    Bad enough, but now the same nasty Dustbin nutjobs have followed the unwholesome and Un-Australian example set by Yarra Council which we reported last week. Un-Australian Greens Slapped Down – Bonzer! 


    No local referendum on Australia Day in Dustbin!


    Dustbin democracy was hard at work prior to the 6-2 council vote in support of not holding a citizenship ceremony on 26 January…



    The council conducted limited consultation by distributing a survey to its 26 advisory groups.

    It received 81 responses, representing about 0.05% of the population.   https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/aug/22/second-council-loses-citizenship-powers-after-moving-australia-day-celebrations

    Pathetic- no referendum, no postal ballot, no genuine consultation at all with the electorate! Is there any level to which which these grotty Greens will stoop?


    Comrade Kim


    The Darebin mayor, Kim Le Cerf, is one of those far-left stuck-ups who look down their noses at normal Australians, and gets all snotty when challenged by a blonde beauty on the mockery of democracy the Greens operate in Dustbin.


    Gambar terkait

    Super Sam


    The rather nifty gal from Channel 7,  Samantha Armytage, confronted her and persistently pressed the community leader on the small survey poll and her claim that if ‘more Australians were educated, they would be ashamed of Australia Day.’


    That link will take you to a fascinating video of the interview, in which Lefty Le Cerf wriggles visibly, point-blank refusing to answer when asked if she herself would be taking the day off on the public holiday she affects to despise.



    So will she or won’t she skip her duties that day?

    Is she not only a hater of democracy but also a rotten hypocrite?

    We must wait till the next Australia Day to find out!


    • Uncle Oz 15:46 on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That mayor has got above herself.
      So we are all not educated enough to be a green like her?
      I doubt you can print what I think about that so will say no more for now..


    • Keith Milner 20:58 on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      if ‘more Australians were educated, they would be ashamed of Australia Day?
      I am no professor but I am sure I spent as many years in school and college as she did.
      What more education do we who don’t think like her need?
      A spell in a re-education camp?
      Sounds red/green enough.


  • ross1948 15:43 on July 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , democracy, eradication of jihadists, , , , Sahel North Africa   

    Eradicating Jihadists? The Muddled Mind of Muppet Macron 

    Just watching France24, and heard Le Muppet, declaring his determination that the jihadists in North Africa be ‘eradicated.’

    He didn’t specify how, but who would disagree, whether the deed is done by gun or bomb or the good old-fashioned guillotine?



    So well said, sir!

    But what about jihadist vermin in his very own France? Neither threat nor promise to eradicate those swine!

    Nor dare Le Muppet even think thus, because…


    …he’s a sycophantic Europhile!

    And his Euro-Commissar masters (and mistresses!) FORBID the use of capital punishment in any province of their Evil Empire.

    No matter if Macron were to have a sudden outbreak of consistency- he’s merely President of France!

    No matter either if 90% –  or even 100%  – of the French people demanded that Islamist terrorists get what they deserve.


    Brussels and Strasbourg say no and that’s that.

    Supreme Leader/Liar Juncker has made that ABSOLUTELY clear!


    • Edouard 17:06 on July 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      This is true.
      I wish he was a strong president prepared to put France before the ;European Union.’
      What I fear now is that he will open our ports on the Mediterranean Sea to Italy’s refused migrant illegals.


  • ross1948 22:44 on January 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , democracy, , , ,   

    Slovak PM Crawls to Brussels – ‘Don’t Consult Voters!’ 

    Sad to see that Slovakia’s Prime Minister Fico has urged EU leaders to avoid referendum “adventures” on domestic issues because they are putting the EU and the euro at risk.


    “I am asking EU leaders to stop with adventures like the British and Italian referendums … on domestic issues which pose a threat to the EU,” he told reporters on Monday (2 January).


    What a peculiar mind-set!

    Why on EARTH should the fate of the Brussels Empire be a factor in deciding when the people should have their say?

    And all the more disturbing, in its overt distaste for democracy, since it comes from a country which has a fairly good record in democratic consultation, and from a leader who has, in the not so distant past, talked sense. 


    There is an “absolute link between migration and terrorism,” Fico told a news conference….



    But listen to his current wittering, worthy of Liar Juncker….

    Hasil gambar untuk juncker democracy


      Liar Juncker And ‘EU Rule Number One’ – Down With Democracy


    …or Europe’s Arch-Enemy, Mama Stasi Merkel, heir-designate to that bum in Washington who has striven as sedulously on behalf of undesirable aliens in the USA…



    ….as Mama has in what was once Christendom. 


    “What will we do if … there is a referendum in Italy on the euro and Italian citizens decide they don’t want the euro?” Fico was quoted as saying…

    Hasil gambar untuk viva italia

    Well, cheer quite loudly, some of us!


    But what a nerve Fico has.

    What will WE do?

    What will WHO do?

    It’s a matter for the Italian people and nobody else, unless Fico’s stint in a position of Euro-prominence has utterly dulled his once-quite-sharp perceptions –  he used to be one of the reliables.

    Slovakia is hardly the destination of choice for migrants to the EU, but that doesn’t stop Robert Fico railing against them…We protect Slovakia’

    But that was before he spent so much time in bad company, the in-crowd in Brussels, who have no patriotic or democratic instincts at all – quite the contrary.

    Maybe he’ll recover once he’s back home in a healthy and normal country.

    As already mentioned, Slovakia has quite a good record on referenda, both at municipal level...

    The Slovak town of Gabcikovo Sunday voted “No” to temporarily taking in 500 asylum seekers. Only 102 of 2,600 votes cast were in favour of accepting asylum seekers.https://euobserver.com/tickers/129821

    Small Slovak Town Teaches Obameron A Democracy Lesson 

    …and nationwide.

    Over 90% Vote Against Pro-Deviant Changes – BBC Reckons They ‘Failed! 

    Perhaps Fico, though, has domestic political reasons for his evident alarm at the prospect of Slovakian voters getting hold of the levers of power.


    up your, eu


  • ross1948 22:10 on December 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , democracy, , , , , , ,   

    The War of The Austrian Succession? Let’s Wait And See! 

    In December, it may take one or two additional days to count all ballots, the Interior Ministry‘s top election official, Matthias Vogel, told public radio Oe1.





    Well, we didn’t have long to wait, our fingers crossed, for what’s turned out to be a grave disappointment. Herr Hofer didn’t win in Austria. After Brexit and Trump, a Triple Tap against the forces of darkness would have been just grand. 

    But it’s not as if there wasn’t other news to keep us energised.

    Italy – Red Renzi Out, But More Crimmigrants Pour In! 

    • But let’s stick with Austria!
    • As noted in our intro, in Austria, the Freedom Party’s Herr Hofer wasn’t successful in his bid to become Europe’s first patriot party President-Elect…



     … but just because he lost to the far-left Van Bellen, who had the entire Europhiliac establishment, including the so-called  ‘conservative’ OVP behind him –  Vienna’s Phoney ‘Conservatives’ Urge Vote For Far-Left!  – it certainly doesn’t mean his country’s a lost cause.


    Predators and Child MolestorsThough its dire plight —Austrians Face Rising Tide Of ‘Asylum’ Crime!  — will now get worse before it gets better.


    Even the pinko media are admitting, in near lachrymose fashion…

    Van der Bellen, however, may have scored a Pyrrhic victory…The FPO is strongly positioned for victory, with opinion polls consistently showing it far ahead of any other party.   https://euobserver.com/beyond-brussels/136143

    …that the FPO patriot party is on track to come out in first place in the two rounds of elections.

    Hofer’s 47% is a proportion of the electorate never reached by the FPO before.

    The rotten cronyist parties in the current coalition are up against it.  They didn’t win the presidency. They had to get Bellen, a red/green who cleverly chose to run as an ‘independent,’ to do the job for them.

    If the FPO does win the next parliamentary elections, don’t forget that the Europhiliac ratbag publicly vowed he would NOT acknowledge the will of the sovereign people.


    He would NOT accept an FPO Chancellor, no matter how the people of Austria vote.

    Now the old red rat is saying he didn’t really mean his dictatorial pledge – In a post-victory interview, Van der Bellen pointedly refused to repeat his earlier campaign assertion that he would make use of his presidential powers to deny a potentially victorious FPO the opportunity to form a government.

    So how come he made that assertion? Let’s wait and see if he dares defy democracy. 

    THEN watch how such a constitutional crisis unfolds.

    We’ll see if Austria’s Armed Forces – whose oath of allegiance is surely to Austria rather than to a jumped-up jackanapes like Bellen – allow their fellow-citizens to be treated with contempt by the man whom Hofer perfectly defined as a ‘green fascist.’. 


    • Mort 09:37 on December 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      All good points, Ross, but the bad elites will do all in their power to bamboozle voters. Merkel just said she’s going to ban burkas, but a lot of people probably missed her little tail-end get-out words, ‘where it is legal to do so.’


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