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  • ross1948 15:55 on February 6, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-British vaccine discrimination, , Beautiful Britain, Eire citizens UK voting rights, , , Vindolanda   

    This Summer, Hit The Wall – Hadrian’s That Is! 

    An excellent article in the Mail by a journalist named Tom Utley, who, refreshingly for a UK journo, declares that he was born into allegiance to the British Crown…



    …and intends – not too soon, we must hope – to pass away in that same splendid condition.

    His article covers a number of issues, one being his contempt for Remainiac turds ( my word, not his!) who take up Eire passports due to a grandparental link…


    Image result for evil irishman

    …in order to travel more easily to the Continent.

    He rightly sees their antics as ‘near treason,’ and I agree.

    He misses an opportunity to condemn the idiocy of allowing Eire citizens to vote in UK elections…

    …but I’ve covered that in the past.

    However, he does hammer home the spiteful nastiness of the Fourth Reich’s treatment of British tourists…



    …illogical victimisation of Brits as part of the Brussels grand design to dissuade other nations who might want to emulate Brexit.


    Le Muppet


    Utley names Le Muppet Macron as one villain in the vaccine yarn, but gives us a perfect example from the Spanish Government’s childish treatment of UK children.


    . “According to Madrid’s logic, an unvaccinated British 12-year-old poses a serious threat to Spanish health — so serious, indeed, that she can’t be allowed into the country — but it’s perfectly safe to let her in if she happens to be accompanied by her Polish nanny!




    What, you’re asking (if you’re still reading!) has this got to do with Hadrian’s Wall?

    Just that there’s a lot going on there this year, 1900 years after it was built.

    Northumberland has a lot to offer, even if you’re not into archaeology – I am, have been ever since I joined a dig at Housesteads Roman Fort as a teen.

    Go there, enjoy the rugged scenery, hills and tarns, take some walks and savour the history…


    "Roman soldiers" at Vindolanda

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    ..rather than waste time, energy and money on crossing the Channel!



    Or Scotland’s Western Isles, or Ulster’s Giant’s Causeway, or the Norfolk Broads… Britain’s got lots to offer!

    • JazPen 19:54 on February 6, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      You almost make me homesick, Ross, but not quite, even with the rain Jakarta has had.
      Al those places you include are great for a visit.
      But not if it’s raining!


  • ross1948 16:39 on January 26, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Eire citizens UK voting rights, ,   

    Beware Ryanair? Brits Best Be Leery of O’Leary 

    Austria shut its borders but Ryanair still won’t refund me’ | Travel | The Times


    Frankly, it’s beyond me why any true Brit would wish to use an airline like Ryanair.

    Ryanair – Alien Airline Back In The News

    More Reasons To Eschew Alien Remainer’s Ryanair

    Hasil gambar untuk Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive, Ryanair

    We’ve removed voting rights from all non-EU shareholders post-Brexit, so we’re 100% EU-controlled... ” https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/01/ryanair-profit-cut-winter-ticket-prices-loss-covid


    An alien meddler, who ought never to be forgiven!

    Why Would ANY Brit Use Ryanair?

    That pro-Fourth Reich O’Leary did all he could to undermine the UK’s bid for freedom in 2016…



    …presumably imagining most people didn’t know he’s a citizen of Eire.

    That alien and hostile republic was busily inciting its Fifth Column in the UK, anti Brexit ululations redounding almost daily in Dublin…

    Tory No To LibDem ‘Alien Votes’ Plan – But Aliens Will Still Be Voting 

    …and O’Leary was just as busily echoing the benefits of subjugation to the EUSSR.

    Even apart from all that, you might be well-advised to find alternative means of transpoet.

    Read that Times report, about the poor Ryanair customer who had booked to go skiing for two weeks from December 4 but Austria closed its borders to tourists from the UK.

    I applied to Ryanair for a refund or voucher for the outbound flight (which had been rebooked after my original one was cancelled) and was told this wasn’t possible.

    Ryanair also declined my request for the tax paid

    • Edward Lamont 22:36 on January 26, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Nobody who voted for Brexit should ever board a Ryanair plane!


  • ross1948 16:15 on December 10, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: alien voting rights, Eire citizens UK voting rights,   

    Like UK, NYC Gives Aliens The Vote! 

    Yes, it would be nice to deride the NYC folly of enfranchising resident aliens…


    ….and echo the outraged indignation of patriots there, who say, surely rightly, that only Americans should be voting in American elections..


    But Brits, many if whom will see how offensively unfair this, need to pause before expostulating.

    Because not only does the UK operate a similar lunatic electoral system, but does so in a suicidally selective way…

    Who Gets To Vote? Eire Aliens, But NOT Expat Brits! 


    ….giving the vote only to citizens of a country which has shown itself utterly hostile to Britain and arrogantly aspires to achieve the removal of part of HM’s realm…


    Image result for evil irishman

    Eire’s bigotedly anti-British Defence Minister branded Britain as the aggressor, a crude and ignorant jibe…Dublin’s entire foreign policy was based on imposing foreign rule on a British community…Falklands Pride, Yes, but Reflect on EU Back-Stabbing

    …and bring it under a foreign flag and alien jurisdiction.


    • Scott Douglas 18:32 on December 10, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      It is mad, that they let them vote in our elections.
      You made a good point about how it could have swung Brexit the wrong way, all those aliens voting in their country’s interest and not in ours.
      It was lucky so many British voters hated the EU.
      It will be worse if they hold their ‘border poll’ in Ulster.
      All those disloyal traitors that carry passports issued by Dublin, but draw their benefits from the UK welfare state?
      How are they going to vote?
      Eire citizens should have NO rights in our country.


  • ross1948 15:47 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Eire citizens UK voting rights, Eire referendum voting,   

    Tories Can Hardly Deride Labour’s Foreign Voters Folly 

    Labour will let 3.6 million EU citizens vote in a second Brexit referendum…

    Insanity, right?

    Little short of treason, to give foreign nationals the whip-hand in any decision affecting the future of the nation-state.

     Yet we read that hardly a single Labour patriot could be found to oppose the madness.

    Labour members overwhelmingly backed the motion…which would mean anyone with residency rights in the UK would be able to vote in a General Election, as well as any future Brexit referendum.

    The spiked.com who called this rubbish a ‘bad idea’ certainly wins the week’s prize for understatement.   https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/09/27/why-giving-foreign-nationals-the-vote-is-a-bad-idea/

    But are the Tories going to make a big issue of this?


    How can they?

    For years they have allowed hundreds of thousands of aliens, not from friendly countries like Poland or the Czech Republic or France ( I mean the French people, not Muppet Macron!) but citizens of a hostile republic with an atavistic grudge against Britain and expansionist ambitions to boot…

    Stop Dual Citizenship – Eire Is The Enemy!

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    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit


    …to vote in every general election, AND in the 2016 referendum!

    We have complained about this before…

    Who Gets To Vote? Eire Aliens, But NOT Expat Brits! 

    …but needless to say Euro-Crawlers like Cameron and May were never going to act.

    If Bojo takes up the cause, great, but my bet is he won’t.

    Over to the Brexit Party!



    • Billy King 18:07 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Well said.
      The DUP should have made the Tories fix that as a condition of support


    • Edward Lamont 18:59 on September 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I am trying hard to trust Johnson but it’s far from easy to do so.


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