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  • ross1948 23:01 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Brit-Baiting Varadkar Must Pay A Price! 


    May is on her way to meet Britain’s tormentors in Brussels today. Few of us will have much faith in her readiness to face the swine down.

    But speaking of swine…

    Not nearly enough attention has been paid to the wrecking role of Eire’s aberrant leader Varadkar in creating the current Brexit shambles.

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    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs! 

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    Just as I took notice of his queer ‘No Fly Zone’ nonsense earlier this year…

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    …I also paid attention to what Ian Duncan Smith had to say not long ago, and so must many other people in the UK, about Eire’s preening prat and his deliberate exploitation of May’s weakness to advance an annexationist agenda, the same sort of stance we saw decades ago…

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    …when the oily Albert Reynolds chose to line up with Blood-Beast Adams of the murder gang’s political wing and with that self-righteous slug John Hume of the ‘moderate’ SDLP, all three of them desperate to undermine British Ulster’s right to self-determination…

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    Britain must put that Varadkar in his place.

    Priti Patel’s idea, squeeze his upstart hostile republic via the food trade, is not without merit.

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    Anything that upsets a creature like Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald can’t be bad, can it?

    “They’re not entitled to wreck Ireland. And they need to really grasp and understand that,” she told reporters.

    ‘Wreck?’

    After Sinn Fein/IRA’s wreckage of the lives and livelihoods of thousands of British people in Ulster over decades, a little pay-back might be seen as over-due.

    It’s strange that few if any other MPs, even on the right side of Brexit, have urged retaliatory action against Eire, because if you read the article published last month, you’ll see that the Dublin Government went out of its way, even more than did its sinilarly aggressive predecessors, to queer the pitch and put the boot into Britain.

    IDS discloses REAL REASON Irish border became key Brexit issue …

    For a very minimum start, immediate steps should be taken to get Eire citizens off the UK electoral rolls.

    We have said it before, but it is now much more urgent.

    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit

    It is madness to give citizens of an alien, and deeply antagonistic, republic the right to vote, at any time, in British elections, and even more in any second referendum which may arise from the mess made by Theresa the Traitrix.

     
    • Billy King 23:09 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That’s the stuff, Ross.
      I was sitting here watching May and hoping you’d be up and at em.
      We need to kick the economic sh-t out of our bad neighbours across that far too soft souhern border!

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    • Fiona F 23:14 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You wasted no time on this, Ross, though I would guess you were well-prepared.
      Now we need to watch her closely, because she is very very likely to come back with just a formula consisting of words with no legal standing.
      The backstop must be dumped altogether, no concessions to a country which stabbed us in the back during the Falklands War and has used the Brexit situation as you say to humiliate our country gleefully, getting Big Brother in Brussels to act as enforcer.

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    • Molly Langton 23:18 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well said.
      Take the vote away from them and their ‘right’ to UK welfare benefits too.

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    • Vanessa Reilly 23:32 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      My ancestors came from somewhere in what is now Eire but I like my parents and the rest of our family are British and proud of it.
      A lot of people who come across to England and act like they own the place have no loyalty at all and there are many sympathetic or worse to Sinn Fein.
      They should never get a vote in British elections or referendums and better still should be deported.

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    • William Johnston 23:38 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dublin is no friend to us British people and we want nothing to do with them.
      They gave sanctuary to terrorists who murdered and maimed hundreds or thousands of innocent British people in Ulster and on the mainland too and we will never forgive them for that.
      Backstop?
      They can stick it up their backsides

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    • Petra Malley 23:50 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I rarely disagree with you and I am not going to start disagreeing with you now.
      You have done us a favour by giving us that IDS story which was almost ignored by the major media, when it ought to have had an incendiary effect on both politicians and people.
      Dublin has always reached for a dagger to stick in Britain’s back whenever the time was opportune.
      Go back to DeValera and Hitler , or to Charles Haughey’s gun-running to the IRA and of course the Falklands.
      Any enemy of the British people was seen as a friend to Eire’s ambition to bring Northern Ireland under their flag.
      That’s how Varadkar sees Juncker today.

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    • Edward Lamont 00:18 on December 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      An unholy alliance, EUSSR and Varadkar, cheered on by Sinn Fein, all of them determined to bully Britain into subservience.
      Who needs them.
      No Deal with the devils.

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    • Lee Smith 00:38 on December 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I am not hostile to France or Germany or any other European country but I have no time for the Irish Republic.
      It’s very obvious that they are taking advantage of Brexit not to helpreach an amicable solution but only to weaken the unity of the United Kingdom.
      Priti Patel’s idea has my support and your idea of ending the privilege Irish Republican citizens have, voting in our elections, is something that should have been done years ago.

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  • ross1948 19:58 on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Sticky-Beak UN Bint Insults Brits! 


    Some arrogant UN bint has been lecturing Brits ( or at least any Brits daft enough to listen to her yammering) but before we even get into what the yammeress is on about, let’s scrutinise the ignorance displayed even before we get through the second paragraph of the Politico report on the findings of her mission to the U.K. and Northern Ireland….UN: Migrants face ‘hostile environment’ in post-Brexit Britain

    WHERE?

    We don’t talk about France AND Brittany, or Germany AND Bavaria, as if they are two separate entities.

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    In each of those pairs, the latter place is part and parcel of the former, just as, if we talk about the UK, that INCLUDES Northern Ireland!

    No need to insert that ‘AND‘ as if Ulster is not part of the United Kingdom!

    But let’s look at Tendayi Achiume, who has stuck her ugly snout into matters which are no concern of the United Nations, but are a purely internal issue for British people to decide.

    I had to switch to the BBC for a mini-biography, and it seems this impudent, unpleasant woman is a ‘professor’ at UCLA in California, was born in Zambia and is ‘special rapporteur at the UN,’ who reports on racism, xenophobia and intolerance…

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-44089309

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    Oh, WOW! A ranting leftist nutjob, clearly, and she’d have to be, to land a ( no doubt vastly overpaid!) job like that. 

    And her reported pro-crimmigrant rant confirms that conclusion.

    She recommended the government repeal the sections of the 2014 and 2016 Immigration Act which require landlords and employers to check a person’s right to be in the UK.

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    • She ludicrously waffles about how she was “shocked” to find young black men were “over-represented” in police stop-and-searches, and in the prison system.

    Maybe because they commit  lot of crimes?

    And the Nutty Professor has concerns over the government’s anti-terrorism Prevent programme .

    The obvious response of any country subjected to such a shrill is to tell her to go stick her head up a dead bear’s bum, but I’m happy to settle for Iain Duncan Smith’s rebuke, milder than I like, but adequate.

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    “These visits are completely pointless. They are politically motivated, they are inspired by the extreme left, and the idea is to kick the UK.”

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    Well said, and one would hope any patriotic Brit with any sense would similarly respond.

    But of course Theresa The Appeaser is limited, to say the least, when it comes to patriotism AND sense.

    The grovel-garbage spouted by one of May’s flunkeys needs to be seen to be believed.

    : “We note that the special rapporteur commended UK legislation and policy to tackle direct and indirect racial discrimination…

    “We have made great progress, but the prime minister is clear that if there is no rational explanation for ethnic disparities, then we – as a society – must take action to change them. That is precisely what we will do.”

    Meaningless junk-talk!

    In a free country, there should be absolute liberty for private citizens and businesses to discriminate howsoever they wish.

    I’ve said that before…

    It’s a nonsense for governments and bureaucrats to tell employers who they can and cannot hire.
    If some uptight anti-tobacco fanatic won’t hire smokers, that’s his loss – I wouldn’t want to work for him or her.

    If I were hiring a secretary, I’d want to advertise for an attractive fun-loving lady – blatantly sexist, and why not?.

    If an Arab doesn’t want to hire a Jew, why should he be forced to? Same goes for a Jew hiring an Arab.

    If somebody lays down an age limit for applicants (and being over 40 in Indonesia, I have come up against this kind of idiotic discrimination often enough) okay, who wants to work for a nitwit?

    The last thing I’d do if I was ‘discriminated’ against on grounds of age, sex, colour, or tobaccophilia is go crying to some wacko ‘rights’ body. After Plain Packaging for Oz, Now Plain Discrimination 

    …but I know it will be a long haul before all the imbecilic ‘equality’ rubbish is repealed and free speech restored.

    But for May to be HM The Queen’s First Ninister and even to acknowledge this arrogant extremist as worthy of reply is a damnable disgrace.

     

     
    • Dale Wallis 21:17 on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Loud applause for that section of your previous article.
      I wish we still had those freedoms that are long lost to the equality industry.,
      That cheeky African? I have to ask, can ANYONE get to be a professor in America?
      That woman is a more like a fright-night actress than an academic.
      I hate to think what rubbish she jabbers at her students in the lecture halls.

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    • Edward Lamont 22:46 on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      All that money the United Nations gets from us and they cant get anybody better than her for their high-salaried positions?
      May should have ordered her out and put her on the list of banned aliens.
      Time we did what America did, cut off UN payments.

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