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  • ross1948 7:21 pm on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ''discriminatory remarks'', , , , , Munira Mirza, ,   

    As Top Tories Grovel – UK Muslim Woman Talks Sense 


    As Theresa May’s running-dogs, not least that liberal klutz Brandon Lewis…

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    • ….maintain their witch-hunt against Boris Johnson because of the latter’s entirely rational criticism of the offensive baghead phenomenon, launching ‘investigations….’

    • ….and planning indoctrination sessions for grass-roots party members who might dare find something amiss about certain aspects of an imported creed…

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    …suddenly we come across a stout declaration of good sense from a former Deputy Mayor of London, a Muslim lady!

    Munira Mirza: Critiquing Islamist fundamentalist practice is not an ‘attack on Muslim women’

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    Writing about Boris Johnson, she says….

    ‘…what he refused to do was pretend to be neutral about the burka itself. He didn’t use clever words to avoid expressing his views, as politicians often do. He said what he believed, and in doing so, expressed what many people – including crucially, many Muslim women – believe…’

    https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/08/munira-mirza-critiquing-islamist-fundamentalist-practice-is-not-an-attack-on-muslim-women.html

    This woman understands that free speech on religion is important.

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    A lot of aliens in the UK do not share that view, and they should be deported to some more congenial country, where they can hate to their hearts content.

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    • Paramita A 7:28 pm on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      This is a very wise woman.

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    • Noreen Paterson 8:04 pm on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If only we heard more voices like hers, all the ‘Islamophobia’ that the trouble-makers harp on about would fade away fast.
      I was reading today that some extremist from the ‘Muslim Council of Wales’ is ranting and raving about the Ukip leader there who says burkas are unacceptable. These people want to stop our freedom of speech.
      People like that extremist Muslim in Wales cause ‘Islamophobia.’
      Why is he not telling these backward women that they live in a Western country and need to give up their anti-social habits?

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    • Mack The Knife 9:09 pm on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Every one of those homicidal fanatics in that photograph ( was it taken in Britain or Australia, by the way) should have been arrested for incitement, but if any honest copper wanted to do that, he would have been over-ruled by politically correct superiors.
      As to Ms Mirza, good for her.
      Any sane person would have understood that was the Johnson message, but that buffoon Cressida Dick ( London’s senior police officer) referred it to her ‘hate speech’ advisers!
      They had more sense than Cressy and told her to pipe down and not make a fool of herself.
      You should do one of your posts on that, headlined –
      ‘Met Police Megalomaniac’s Folly Foiled!’
      Sorry, Ross, your attraction to alliteration is catching!

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    • Ally Harkins 9:18 pm on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I told you a long time ago that I cannot abide Boris Johnson but the way the media and the lefty mob are calling him a racist for what he said about burkas is out of order.
      Muslims are not a race. They are a religion. I saw a white Muslim on tv and another on the street at a demo and I saw a documentary about Chinese Muslims a while ago. Pakistani Muslims are brown and the late Muhammed Ali was black.
      How can criticising Muslims be racist?

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    • Jacko 10:48 pm on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That Brandon Lewis bloke is a wally. Boris not much better but he gets it right about burkas, a sore sight for any eyes.
      Banning them is best.

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    • Keith Milner 12:35 pm on August 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, we could do with some more like her in Australia.
      And a few thousand less Hizbut ratbags.

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    • Jude Sadler 3:27 pm on August 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I see there has been another what looks like terrorist attack in London an hour or two ago.
      Whodunnit?
      We do not yet know.
      But…
      How many of the last few have been committed by Jews, Christians or Buddhists, or Hindus?

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  • ross1948 11:00 am on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ''discriminatory remarks'', , Chinese, , Einstein, Japanese, Marx, millennial morons, , ,   

    Get Ready! Einstein Statues To Be Toppled? 


    We haven’t heard much in the news recently of statues of heroes being hauled down in response to tantrums by whining millennial morons.

    Last year there were numerous examples of anti-history vandalism, or threats thereof…

    New Statue Target For The Scum – CHURCHILL? 

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    …in various countries, from the United Kingdom…Ontario Teachers Talk Tripe On Sir John A MacDonald …to Canada, and of course all over the USA, perhaps the land most seriously afflicted by the mental illness called, illogically, the ‘progressive’ ideology .

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    The villainous persons whose contribution to their countries’ achievements had to be repudiated included Canada’s first PM, though curiously, while Britain’s Winston Churchill was named as a candidate for demolition, nothing was heard about the London monument to the source of the world’s vilest ideology.

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    Hitler-Haus Faces Blitz – How About Satan’s Lair in London? 

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    Far from it. As if to highlight left-liberal double standards, some disgraceful Germans erected a brand-new idol before which fans of tyranny may worship.

    Next Week, To Germany’s Shame, Hitler Statue Unveiled

    But now we have a new shock-horror revelation – in The Guardian, so it must be heeded! – and it’s all about Albert Einstein, who has been found posthumously guilty of ‘xenophobia!’

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    Einstein’s travel diaries reveal ‘shocking’ xenophobia

    Ho-hum.

    Travel is said to broaden the mind, but anyone who has heard Brits come home from the Costa del Sol complaining that ‘the Germans’ rise early and hog all the best spots…

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    Is she German? Who cares?!?!

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    …around the hotel pool knows that ain’t necessarily so!

    Much the same goes for sport.

    The large number of young men who support their national teams by journeying to foreign lands and bashing other young men who support other national teams…

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    …..are not exactly persuasive evidence of the mind-broadening effects of foreign travel.

    Einstein certainly did evince some disturbing attitudes, such as when he pleaded for mercy for the notorious Rosenbergs, convicted communists traitors – Case closed: The Rosenbergs were Soviet spies – Los Angeles Times – a plea that mercifully fell on deaf ears, since the two red swine were duly executed.

    But on one of his trips to pre-Communist China, he came out with the following words, which if you or I were to echo them in, say, modern Britain, about certain ‘ethnic minorities’ there, would quickly land us in the clammy hands of Theresa May’s thought-police.

    “It would be a pity if these Chinese supplant all other races. For the likes of us the mere thought is unspeakably dreary.”

    As for the Japanese?

    The “intellectual needs of this nation seem to be weaker than their artistic ones – natural disposition?”

    https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/jun/12/einsteins-travel-diaries-reveal-shocking-xenophobia .’

    Having made friends here in Jakarta with people of both Japanese and Chinese ethnicity, I’d say Einstein was wrong.

    But are there calls now for Einstein’s monuments to be toppled?

    One hopes not, for inaccurate perceptions of other races’ qualities has nothing to do with why he was, and still is, honoured with statues.

    Einstein’s distinction rests on his intellectual prowess.

    Just as Captain Cook’s role in the history of The Lucky Country is honoured not for what he thought about Aborigines but for his great voyage of exploration which resulted in the discovery of what was previously regarded as Terra Incognita.

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    Australia plans Captain Cook monument for anniversary.

    However, I suspect a double standard will continue to be operated by bad elements in Oz, and Britain, and Canada, and the USA.

    Because the ‘anti-statue’ movement is NOT composed of those concerned with right or wrong, but of cultural marxists, and their stupid dupes, ever-eager to undermine national pride and appreciation of their nations’ glories.

     
    • Keith Milner 12:23 pm on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I have never seen any Einstein statues here in Australia but there probably are some. It would be pathetic to knock them down for what he said about Asians. It is just not relevant.
      The same goes for Captain Cook. Without him there would be no Sydney or Melbourne or Brisbane. There would be no Australia. He deserves his statues.
      All this historical vandalism as you call it is completely pointless.
      Like re-naming Ayer’s Rock. If a minority wants to call it something else, they can but in school we learned it was Ayer’s Rock and so it is

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    • Ben Baniek 1:03 pm on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You don’t have to be an Einstein to figure out that those retarded liberal millennials are America’s big problem!

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    • Mort 3:13 pm on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The morons are still making waves about statues and you do well to remind us of their idiocy, ‘useful idiots,‘ as Lenin categorized them.
      All the ‘greats’ have made mistakes and Einstein’s major one was his habit of giving communists the benefit of the doubt.
      As you say, his scientific brilliance got him his statues and neither his ‘xenophobia’ nor his political short-sightedness should be made an excuse for taking the statues down.

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    • Des Lang 12:02 pm on June 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Once again the Cook story is wrong Facts : He was never a captain, he didn’t discover Australia ( he was using Dutch maps) and was not the first English to arrive in Australia.

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  • ross1948 12:05 am on October 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ''discriminatory remarks'', 'man up', disabled, , , gender-neutral pronouns, nervous breakdown, nervous breakdowns, , , , , , Toronto University   

    Toronto Prof And Scots Tory Targetted By Language Vandals 


    One of my least favourite UK politicians is the current Leader of the Scottish Conservatives.

    Not so much because she’s a lesbian – as we see in Germany’s AFD, a lesbian can be patriotic and talk sense – but because the Scottish woman is essentially a liberal, not a conservative at all.

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    Yet today I must speak up in her defence, after some drivel made its way onto The Independent’s pages this month, from a very weird individual, named Yas Necati, attacking Davidson because, for all her wayward views, she can still talk like a normal person. –

    Ruth Davidson’s solution to the current mess that is our Government is that the party needs to “get over its current nervous breakdown” – and I quote word for word – “and man up a little bit.”

    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/conservative-party-conference-ruth-davidson-man-up-nervous-breakdown-sexist-ableist

    What’s the uptight wacko on about?

    Oh, it’s ‘Man Up!’

    I guess Davidson’s solution to those struggling with child benefit, coming to terms with being sexually assaulted or at risk of being deported might just be to “man up” as well?

    Good grief.

    So a phrase the meaning of which is effective in communication, is perfectly clear, and which is in common use throughout the English-speaking world. must be abhorred because some abnormal would prefer us to say ‘Person Up!’ – as if by using the normal-talk phrase we are affronting women?

    BTW, I don’t use ‘abnormal’ lightly to describe Nutjob Necati. A paragraph about her/his/its/their background is attached by The Independent, viz.

    Yas Necati is an apprentice at The Independent and the London Evening Standard. They previously worked as a campaigner… 

     WHAT?    ‘is?’  ‘they?’  ‘a?’

    Something far wrong there – singular verbs and a plural subject? A suggestion of split personality? Schizo? Who knows?

    But it gets even more demented, a deranged shrill shriek against Davidson for – wait for it…

    …her reference to the Conservative Party having a “nervous breakdown.”

    I don’t even really know where to start with this. Is she implying that mentally illness makes you incompetent? Is she saying that in order to get over mental health issues we all need to simply “man up”? Is she suggesting that someone having a nervous breakdown is unfit to continue with their job?

    I don’t know if Davidson is implying or suggesting any of those things, but given what we know about nervous breakdowns…

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    Nervous (or mental) breakdown is a term used to describe  a period of intense mental distress. During this period, you’re unable to function in your everyday life…. 

    https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/nervous-breakdown#overview1

    ….they probably DO impair competence!

    So at least suspension from one’s work duties might well be a sensible step to take if a nervous breakdown is under way.

    The way far-left sexual misfits are trying to force us into their own bizarre PC vocabulary is of course not unique to this ‘person.’ ( I’d say man or woman but that’s impossible, because I don’t  – and possibly it doesn’t! – know!)

    We have the scandalous situation at Toronto University, where a perfectly competent professor faces possible dismissal because he won’t be bullied by transgender freaks into using ‘gender-neutral’ pronouns.

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    ‘I’m not going to cede linguistic territory to postmodernist neo-Marxists’ 

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    Under a new law  (Bill C-16) in Turdostan, cretinous Canadian college bosses may indeed be entitled to fire Professor Jordan Peterson, but to his great credit he’s not budging.

    Jordan Peterson and the transgender wars

    But back to Nutjob, whose final paragraphs expose the essential purpose behind its ranting against Ruth Davidson.  .

    …I suppose she feels she can say whatever she wants, because she’s a woman and she’s queer, and therefore in her eyes she’s not like those other party members.

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    Ms Davidson DARES to think that she can say whatever she wants?

    Not in Necati’s Gaystapoid Brave New World, she can’t!

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    Needless to say, I was intrigued that such an alien life-form exists, and evidently flourishes, in the UK media.

    A look at Yaz Necati’s previous yammerings seemed in order, and I found another example, also in The Independent, in which it complains bitterly that in a Google ad, there is a gay nuclear family. No queer people of colour, no drag kings, no polyamorous relationships. 

    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/gender-non-binary-stereotypes-advertising-lgbtq-asa-capitalism-radical-coca-cola-google-a7848521.html

    God forbid!

    How distressing for freakos around the world!

     
    • Arnold 1:24 pm on October 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I heard about the professors troubles with those freaks.
      Toronto as a city is an embarassment to every Canadian who remembers how great it once was and now its university is too.
      Why wont somebody suggest kicking out the freako students and not the professor?

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    • Chris Thomas 2:57 am on October 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The freaks should pipe down.
      Trannies hate it if we think or even more if we say they need to be given a chance to recover their normality, but they don’t think twice about telling us how we may use our own English language. They should be told we have no interest in their impertinence.

      All this ‘ablist’ rubbish too, there’s nobody normal who doesn;t feel sorry for people with physical handicaps, but why should we change phrases and idioms that are part of our everyday way of speaking because some disabled people are touchy.
      What’s worse is the insane attitude I’ve read about among some of the handicapped, deaf parents who want to have their children’s hearing deliberately crippled so they can’t hear properly although they were born normal.
      There’s something very sick about parents like that.

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    • Serge Esperan 12:08 pm on October 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I have no idea about the woman in Scotland but what has been going on in Toronto is just crazy. That’s what happens when you get a leader like Justin Trudeau elected into power.
      We envy the USA where their leader stands up to the crazies and uses English in the same way normal people do.

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  • ross1948 12:56 am on August 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ''discriminatory remarks'', , , , poorly-educated police, state ideology, , Wiltshire Constabulary, Wiltshire Wallies   

    Wiltshire’s Wallies – Ill-Educated UK Cops Menace Tweeters 


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    NB –  Wally definition: If you refer to someone as a wally , you think that they are stupid or foolish… Collins English Dictionary

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    I see even American observers have taken notice of the low standards used in UK Police recruitment these days,  O-Level  English expectation presumably a thing of the past.

    Here’s the text of an official Wiltshire Constabulary message to the public they’re meant to serve…

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    You can’t hide from us if your spewing abuse from behind a computer screen…

    … in which they think ‘your’ is a contraction of ‘you are.’

    It’s ‘YOU’RE,‘ Officer Dork!

    But the gnat-brained plod ploughs ahead in minatory manner!

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    Our boys & gals in blue will find you!

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    OMG!

    How dare they speak of boys and gals?

    Don’t they know that wimminz-libbers HATE to be called girls, never mind gals? And what about trannies?

    The Wiltshire Wallies message should, in the Newspeak of Theresa’s Septic Isle, read something like this –

    ‘Our males, females, transgenders and other things.’

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    If Wiltshire’s Wallies can’t handle plain English, what’s with the Latin motto?


    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/449957/uk-police-force-vows-ban-anyone-who-posts-offensive-material-twitter-and-thats-bad

    Wiltshire ConstabuWally, let’s call them, the roaming robo-cops, who think it’s not only grammatical but acceptable in a democratic society to threaten tweeters who dare to be ‘offensive.

    Frankly, I’d say it’s a something of a moral DUTY to offend undesirables, shariah-fans…

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    …crimmigrants, liberals and the hand-maidens of the gaystapo, all of whose manifestations online  – or in real life – generally offend millions of decent British folk!

    If internet users issue threats of violence, then there’s a case for police action, though when some commie and/or queer urged me to ‘die,’ a year or so back, I just dismissed it for what it was…

    …a gutless little creep.

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    But Wiltshire ConstabuWally goes much further.

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    They are out to get perpetrators of ‘discriminatory remarks!’

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    So are they going to hunt down every fanatic who endorses shariah online?

    Or are they simply encouraging whiners to seek police assistance in stomping critics of the nauseating state ideology of the afore-mentioned Theresa’s Septic Isle, about which a good article appeared this week.

    The Orwellian nightmare of transgender politics

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    However, I leave the last word to National Review’s Katherine Timpf –

    …what is or is not “offensive” is an entirely subjective matter; something that one person finds offensive, another person might find funny, or even virtuous.

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