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  • ross1948 12:16 am on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Dublim judges, Eire, , , ,   

    Mangy May’s New Dirty Deal With Britain’s Mortal Foes! 

    I see that, despite all the enmity towards the UK displayed by Dublin…


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

    …throughout her posturing pretend -negotiations with the Brussels Empire, Mangy May, Traitrix Extraordinaire…




    …has done a shameful deal that replicates all the privileges the citizens of that alien and hostile republic have long enjoyed and abused in Britain.

    Lousy Lidington, her sleazy side-kick, crawled on his belly when telling the media how pampering enemy aliens was a “cherished set of arrangements…” –

    Who the hell fed him that crock?




    ‘Cherished’ by whom?

    Certainly not by Brits whose friends and family died at the hands of Sinn Fein/IRA cowards who were then given asylum by Eire’s stinking judiciary!


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    Skipping a lot of the garbage ‘rights’ listed, what is most offensive is the renewal of the outrageous situation, whereby what the Guardian offensively terms “Irish nationals…”

    …by which is presumably meant ‘Eire nationals,’ since ‘Ireland’ is an island, a geographical expression, not a ‘nation…’

    …will not be deprived of their indefensible ‘right’ to participate in every British election, and to ‘stand for public office,’ more privileges than accorded to any other EUSSR citizens, who thus far have no voting rights in parliamentary elections..



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

    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit


    Almost adding insult to the injury done to the legitimacy of UK elections, the Guardian winds up with the ‘reassuring’ reminder that this bizarre ‘arrangement is reciprocated in Ireland for British nationals settled in the country.’

    As if that in any way balanced the situation.

    Britain makes no claim to any of Eire’s 26 counties. Giving a few thousand expat Brits the vote in Eire is no threat to that republic’s territorial integrity.

    In contrast, Eire has never abandoned its aggressive expansionist aspiration to bring British Ulster under its abhorrent tricolour banner, their evil dream since De Valera took power in the 1930s…



    Hitler, mourned with all due ceremony by the vile Eire leader De Valera


    …so allowing hundreds of thousands of Eire nationals to interfere in British elections is madness – most of them will vote in the interests of their own country, naturally – to advance its annexationist agenda.


    • William Johnston 2:11 pm on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She is no good. She dioes not care a fig for Ulster’s British people but I suppose since she does not care much about the mainland British either, we should not grieve too much.


    • Mack the Knife 7:23 pm on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Mangy May! I liked your other name for her, Traitrix, but Mangy May isn’t bad either.
      She will go down in history as the worst since Heath.
      Or Cameron.


    • Ned A 1:04 am on May 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You are too nice to her, mate but the best words to use about her would not be printable.


  • ross1948 9:34 pm on April 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Eire, migrant rapist, soft sentence   

    Migrant Pedo-Rapist – Eire Judge’s Soft Sentence – A Sick Irish Joke? 



    I couldn’t be bothered to look for a photograph of the judge in Eire who handed down a sickly-soft sentence….

    . ….



    …when a filthy depraved migrant was convicted of multiple rapes against an under-age stepdaughter.

    Foreign national who thought it was ‘okay under Irish law’ to rape step-daughter sentenced to a mere 12 years in jail


    Instead I chose this…


    ….which surely sums up the judge-jerk’s asinine stupidity –

    …in that he evidently pondered how hard it might be for the sleazy pig to spend serious time behind bars when the migrant pig’s English language skills were so abysmal!




    – which is the kindest explanation of what Judge Michael White has done, to the young girl’s belief in justice. –

    …the man denied the following counts: three counts of defiling the same girl between 2011 and 2017, one count of oral rape, 12 counts of rape, and another count of sexually exploiting the girl when he invited her to have sexual intercourse with him for 200 euros.

    Despite his denial, jurors at the Central Criminal Court came back with guilty verdicts for each one of the charges. 

       – and to justice itself.

    • Vicki 12:17 am on April 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What was the mother doing?


      • Grainne 1:46 pm on April 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        You mean after she married a migrant beast?
        Departed for somewhere else, most likely.


    • Lindsay Chapman 3:53 pm on April 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      That brute should have been tortured to death for what he did to the wee girl.


  • ross1948 10:38 am on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Eire, , Steve Aiken Ulster Unionist MLA, ,   

    Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence! 

    Congratulations to Ulster Unionist MLA Steve Aiken, who has told the truth, that ‘politicians in Dublin have “racked up tensions” over Brexit. ‘

    Naming the noisome pair who have stuck their aggressive noses across the border into British affairs, and not just on Brexit, I might add…


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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

    ….he identified ‘Leo Varadkar and his Tánaiste’ (why does the BBC use an alien language when they mean ‘Deputy Prime Minister’ – they don’t describe Merkel as the German ‘Kanzlerin?’) Simon Coveney as the bad neighbours who  had been “unhelpful…on many occasions they have racked up tensions that did not deserve to be there”.


    He was speaking at Westminster, to MPs on the Commons  Northern Ireland Committee.

    Given the number of friends that Ulster’s enemies have in the House of Commons…



    Comrade Corbyn with Blood-Beast Adams.

    …it’s good to know there are voices heard there that represent decent loyal citizens.

    • David Dunn 10:53 am on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Most people in Ulster would agree with Steve Aiken about this.
      They would agree with your point on that language issue too. I’ve noticed that before, how the BBC discriminates against other countries, only using foreign words for political titles when it is the Dublin government involved.
      That should stop.
      Of all the countries in the world, Eire is Britain’s worst enemy.
      Why should the BBC show them special treatment?


      • Andy Fyfe 8:08 pm on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I have been looking through the media and not very many of them follow the BBC fashion of regaling us with that foreign language when they report on The Dublin Mob.
        I wouldn’t object if they use Scottish Gaelic or Welsh. They are British languages, have been longer than English.
        I do mind when they use a language that a hostile country claims, even though most of its people don’t ever use it.


    • Billy King 7:07 pm on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Aiken is right, and so is David that commented before me.
      Dublin just wants their boot on our neck!


  • ross1948 11:01 pm on March 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Eire, ,   

    ‘Green Jersey Day?’ Stuff It Up Yer Jumper! 

    I was reading in various media that the former leader of the so-called ‘moderate’ SDLP in Ulster, a man named Mark Durkan, has declared he will stand for the Strasbourg Slug ‘parliament’ in the forthcoming European elections, as a candidate for a foreign political party, Eire’s Fine Gael…


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    … ….and ‘hopes Dubliners will back him so the people of Northern Ireland can still have representation in the European Union after Brexit.’

    His grand design is that May 24 will be a “green jersey day” –  to send a message to Brexiteers that the Irish people as a whole value the EU in a fundamental way”.

    First of all, there is NO SUCH THING as the ‘Irish People!’

    Ireland is an island, a geographical expression, only ever united under London rule. There are two distinct nations on that island, one which went its own way after WW1, the other, the Ulster British, choosing to stay in the UK.


    All the trouble since has been down to Dublin’s aggressive expansionism.

    Secondly, that SDLP has long been part of that expansionist offensive.



    Blood-Beast Adams, Eire leader Reynolds, and SDLP boss Hume, sealing their ‘pan-nationalist’ pact

    But that odd news item makes one feel like discussing a broader issue.

    It’s no laughing matter but the effrontery of the leftist Europhiliac ‘Independent’ last month  is, was, risible.



    Given that not one editorial in the ‘Independent’  EVER complained about the massive foreign interference in the 2016 referendum, openly approved by Theresa May and Brussels…



    …namely  the hundreds of thousands of votes cast by aliens with no loyalty to Queen and Country and whose duty of allegiance was and is to a hostile republic bound intimately to Britain’s deadly foes in the EUSSR, how DARE they now cavil about alleged pro-Brexit foreign helpers?

    Not to mention the current gross meddling by Evil Incarnate…



    Soros with Liar Juncker


    …which again has drawn not a chirp of protest, from the ‘Independent’ or, so far as I know, any other pro-Brussels media in the UK.

    Which brings us on to this…

    About 20 percent of Northern Ireland’s population holds only an Irish passport, according to 2011 census data.

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    Probably the same in 2019 – one assumes by ‘Irish’ the reporter mean a document issued by the Government of Eire, the country which has always been hostile to Britain and has set out, throughout the Brexit drama…   

    Eire’s Snout In EU Trough – Vile Varadkar Exploits A Mess He Made Himself! 

    Stop Dual Citizenship – Eire Is The Enemy!

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

    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit


    …to operate on a basis of sheer malice in ill-disguised pursuit of its expansionist ambitions.

    But what should NOT be the same today (nor, of course, should it have been the case in 2011) is the acquiescence of the UK and Ulster in that offensive situation.

    If that 20% are prepared to swear belated allegiance to Queen and Country, in a public place, then perhaps Brits might choose to cut the curs a little slack.

    Or not – I wouldn’t.

    Citizens of that hostile power should be told to go and live there.


    • Billy King 6:28 am on March 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Your writing is a tonic to read, Ross. I know you werent born in Ulster but you are outstanding the way you cotton on to how we feel about what’s going on and the way that enemy neighbour of ours behaves so badly.
      God bless you, sir!


      • Karen McClaren 5:31 pm on March 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Right you are, Billy.
        Ulster needs more true friends like Ross.


  • ross1948 4:38 pm on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Eire, lying Eurocrats,   

    Europhiliac Schizophrenia! When Does ‘Ruled Out’ Mean ‘Ruled Out?’ 

    Spot the inconsistency!

    However, hardline Brexiteers reject this draft agreement, saying this so-called backstop solution could keep the UK tied to the EU for decades –

    – something EU leaders have ruled out…


    …May has already tried to get some kind of guarantee that keeping the UK aligned with the EU customs union would be time-limited…

    …but EU leaders ruled that out-

    – arguing the backstop is an insurance policy to keeping the border open, and cannot be time-limited.


    So the Brussels Empire ruled out that their ‘backstop solution could keep the UK tied to the EU for decades…’

    But have also ‘ruled out’ that their backstop solution can be time-limited.


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    Double-talk, from LIARS!

    • Edward Lamont 5:59 pm on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      They are liars, not to be trusted. Juncker, on one of his sober days, even said so.
      No deal, clean break, disinfect Britain from the Brussels disease.


    • Noreen Paterson 7:18 pm on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So our lords and masters will have us believe their extension of control is only a little while, but they dare not give us any legal recourse when that turns out to be another lie?
      May cannot conceivably believe that, but she expects us to?


    • Ian Mallory 8:29 pm on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We can never trust anything said by the European Union. Even if they did add an assurance,they have their politicised ECJ judges to rule in their favour if it came to a dispute between us and them.
      A Clean-Break exit is the best way forward and if MPs in Westminster accede to anything less then we need to teach them that we, the people, are the rulers in our country.


    • Pete Matheson 12:29 am on January 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, we all hate the Brussels bullies but there is one bunch of b-st-rds we hete more.
      Take it from me, nobody who voted Leave will ever trust party politicians ever again.
      They have trodden all over a democratic decision which they vowed to respect.
      God may forgive them but we will not.


    • Roy Lassiter 12:26 pm on January 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What was it Churchill said, about the Third Reich.
      We are dealing with evil things?
      So lets have NO DEALing with the Fourth Reich.


    • Mack the Knife 1:11 pm on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Today I see Brussels is offering a stay of execution, deadline delay, and that means they must be desperate.
      If our MPs were on our side,they would use that desperation to exact a fair settlement.
      No Brexit bill and no backstab backstop.
      If they won’t take Britain’s side, they do not deserve to be allowed any further say.
      Leave was our decision and not theirs.
      MPs are getting in the way of democracy and that is a dangerous place to be.


  • ross1948 11:01 pm on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Eire, , ,   

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


    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…



    …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…


    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.

    Priti Patel Minister.jpg Pretty Priti


    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.


    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 11:09 pm 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!


    • Fiona F 11:14 pm 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.


    • Molly Langton 11:18 pm on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

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


    • Vanessa Reilly 11:32 pm 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.


    • William Johnston 11:38 pm 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.
      They can stick it up their backsides


    • Petra Malley 11:50 pm 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.


    • Edward Lamont 12:18 am 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.


    • Lee Smith 12:38 am 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.


  • ross1948 7:35 pm on November 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Blasphemy Banned In Eire? Shamnesty Wants It Back! 

    I do like spiked.com.

    The contributors are mostly liberal or left by most people’s definition, but they have a clarity of intellect which is rarely found in rags like the Guardian…



    ….and there’s a lack of the intolerance which left-liberals habitually exhibit. A spiked lefty woman’s take on the recent outrageous episodes in America, for example, exonerates The Donald from blame, even though she plainly dislikes him and his policies.

    Spiked.com is also educational.

    I learned a lot this month from an article about Eire, a country I have little time for, due to its aggressively expansionist aspirations against the British people of Ulster.



    The article vexes me a little, because it insists on calling Eire ‘Ireland,’ which is an all too common error. Ireland is of course a geographical expression, an island, not a nation. It is sheer cheek for the Dublin government to use the word.

    But I have covered that ground before…

    GAA = IRA? Yes, But A Broken Britain Won’t Mean An Expanded Eire! 

    …so let’s move on to what I learned, about Eire’s 2009 defamation law, which incorporated a definition of ‘blasphemy’ viz. ‘…grossly abusive or insulting in relation to matters held sacred by any religion, thereby causing outrage among a substantial number of the adherents of that religion.’

    Absurd to include such censorious nonsense in the laws of a modern European country, but what shocked me was not that legislation but that Saudi Arabia and Pakistan both congratulated Ireland…”


    You’d think when two such Dark Age dens made their delight known, any self-respecting democracy would instantly have u-turned and repealed the retrograde rubbish.

    That didn’t happen.

    But get this, what did happen!


    After the Islamist atrocity at the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris, six years later, certain ‘Islamic leaders’ in Eire showed exactly what sort of intolerant aliens they were, by invoking that very law, to threaten prosecution of any media that reprinted the cartoons.

    The craven Eire media quailed before these arrogant sectarians, but plenty of other media in other lands did the same. I won’t single Eire’s out for condemnation at this late date.

    But what is absolutely appalling, as the spiked.com writers says, is that ‘one Islamic cleric in one mosque in Dublin was able to make an editorial decision for all Irish media.’.


    After another few years have passed, no such insolent attempts at censoring those media can now be made, for now that ridiculous blasphemy ban is gone.

    Good riddance, and good riddance too if any uppity ‘clerics’ decide to leave for pastures more amenable to sectarian censorship!

    But hold on just a cotton-pickin’ minute!

    Eire too has its Enemy Within, people who want reintroduce a new blasphemy ban, under the guise of ‘hate-speech’ prohibition!

    The author of the article is forthright, and identies the jackbooters – ‘Amnesty Ireland and the Irish Council for Civil Liberties.’

    There have long been laws in most countries, at least in the Western world, more than sufficient to detain and prosecute anyone who incites violence, arson or similar crimes. Nobody disagrees with those.

    But bans on ‘hate-speech’ are incompatible with freedom of expression.

    We all have some individuals and organisations we detest. We must be free to say so.


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    Think Gerry Adams.

    Think the ayatollahs in Iran.


    Evil people deserve to be hated.

    Ideologies too exist which merit our hatred.

    Communism, obviously.

    communism tyranny

    And the ideology of Hizbut Tahrir which puts sectarian supranationalism above loyalty to Queen and Country, and supports sexist injustice to women.



    ‘Erase Israel from the World Map!’


    Who doesn’t hate such poisonous thinking?

    On another level, ‘hate-speech’ laws are used against those who express a healthy distaste for sexual perversion.

    And most recently the degenerates on the ‘European Court of Human Rights’ in Strasbourg, which upheld that Austrian lady’s conviction for ‘insulting religion.’


    Those un-elected  ‘judges’ are a menace to freedom in every country which are subject to their intolerant diktats.

    Why on earth should people NOT be free to insult ANY religion?

    As the spiked.com writer concludes, after noting the repeal of Eire’s ‘blasphemy’ ban, the oppressive and censorious demands of Shamnesty and its ilk would immediately make our vote entirely moot, seeing as hate speech and blasphemy are now essentially distinctions without a difference in Europe.


    • JazPen 8:23 pm on November 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      This is all good and that European Court ruling was very bad but what about the latest blasphemy rubbish here?
      Ross, you cant have missed it and a year or two ago you would have been all over it.
      I know the way they sent Ahok to prison was the most depressing thing that has happened here for years but I hate to think you have washed your hands of what is happening to Indonesia.


    • Tom Kimber 9:21 pm on November 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well said, and no matter where we live, we should all be working to get rid of blasphemy laws and ‘hate speech’ laws everywhere.
      The former are medieval relics and the latter are weapons manufactured by the ruling elite to suppress dissent.


    • Stacy Stanton 2:28 pm on November 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That Amnesy-Shamnesty need to be stopped from calling themselves a charity. They are shamelessly political.
      Orban in Hungary has the best idea, make those ‘ngo’ gangs declare themselves enemy agents, working for and often paid by the EU.


  • ross1948 12:02 am on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , countess markievicz, Eire, , , picture exhibition, , ,   

    ‘Distasteful?’ Damnable, Honouring Cop-Killer Countess! 

    It might have been better to disinter the treasonous vixen and place her skull on a pike on London Bridge.

    Better for sure than to place Countess Markievicz’ portrait in the Parliament of the realm she waged war on.

    Inclusion of Sinn Fein MP’s portrait in Westminster exhibition branded …

    Madame Markievicz played a leading role in the 1916 Easter Rising and was elected an MP in 1918.

    This woman murdered an unarmed police officer.

    For the Speaker of Eire’s legislature to graciously donate it for a House of Commons exhibition is surely a calculated insult.

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    More importantly, who on the British side authorised its acceptance?

    Born in London to upper-crust parents, she married a Polish ‘Count’ of debatable nobility, hence her title, but she evidently absorbed neither sense nor sensitivity from her Polish connection.

    Poland, after all, was struggling for self-determination, while the spouse of the ‘Count’ was a fanatical participant in a movement – Sinn Fein –  sworn to deny self-determination to the British people of Ulster.

    The excuse for the current inclusion of the Sinn Fein bitch’s picture in the Westminster display is that she was the first woman elected as an MP.

    But she never took the oath! She never sat in the Commons!

    In fact she served in the Dublin Government after the separatists took Southern Ireland out of the UK.


    The infamous De Valera was there when she died in 1927, and gave a eulogy at her burial – much as he paid his condolences in 1945 on the death of Adolf Hitler.



    As Jim Alister of TUV sensibly observed-“She never made any impact in the Commons, she never went to the Commons, so I don’t think it’s appropriate given that circumstance.”



    • Billy King 12:28 am on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Good for you, Ross.
      A lot of our politicians here are having a go at them in Dublin that sent the picture to London, but the real villain as you say is whoever agreed to put it on show in our House of Commons.
      It’s not even the real painting, just a copy.
      Burn the bloody thing.


    • Hannelor 4:02 pm on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Maas is like a nazi himself, he hates us if we vote against his red party and he likes the foregn illegals more than us.
      Von Stauffenberg had good ideas for saving Germany from dangerous leaders.
      We need a new Von Stauffenberg today.


    • Jacko 6:31 pm on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Use it for a darts target.
      Those MPs have a big free bar in their House, dont they, so there must be a darts board.


  • ross1948 10:06 pm on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-aircraft guns, , Eire, Lush Juncker, , , ,   

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

    So the prancing, prattling Leo Varadkar is switching a large slice of Eire’s miniscule defence budget from whatever Dublin’s military priorities are at the moment ( steel pants to be worn during prime ministerial inspections?) to urgent anti-aircraft installations?


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    The Toy-Boy Taoiseach made an absolute ass of himself with that speech yesterday, about how he’s all set to handle a WTO Brexit – we really need to stop using that ‘Hard Brexit’ phrase when what’s meant is trading with the Continent on the same terms as most countries in the work trade with each other!

    Limp-Wrist has threatened a No-Fly Zone!

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    “If they want their planes to fly over our skies, they would need to take that into account. You can’t take back your waters and then expect to take back other people’s sky”, he said.


    Pathetic, pig-ignorant tosser!

    Does he really plan a Dublin withdrawal from the global deal that all countries with passenger planes subscribe to, guaranteeing civilian aircraft the right to fly wheresoever?

    The clown also overlooked the fact, which Ulsterfolk and other British patriots were not slow to point out, that international flights to and from his rotten little republic fly back and forth over UK air-space time and time again.

    With an enemy like Eire’s effete ass-man, no matter he has his hand held drunkenly by The Luxembourg Lush…


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    …you’d think even May might respond.

    After all, a threat to civilian aircraft in time of peace is surely akin to an act of war.

    If they threaten British planes, the RAF should bomb Dublin.

    • Billy King 11:06 pm on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      God Bless You, Ross, that is what we love to hear.
      They lamented the death of Hitler, they were on the side of Galtieri and they gave and give safe haven to the bast-rds that murder us.
      Now this little frilly thing threatens innocent passengers flying over his wee republic?
      You are right. If they issue any threats, hit them hard.


    • Carrie McDougall 11:36 pm on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for saying what we should have heard from 10 Downing Street!
      Eire is our enemy and always has been since the Irish Free State changed its name and laid claim to our British country.
      Some of your readers probably don’t know that Eire means the whole island of Ireland and that’s why DeValera changed his republic’s official name, to make that claim to rule over us.
      Dublin’s goal is just the same as when that name was adopted seventy years ago.

      Winston Churchill made a great statement when WW2 ended, thanking us in Ulster for our loyalty and he contrasted that loyalty with those in Dublin who had been busy ‘ frolicking ‘ with the Nazis. I’m fairly sue that was the word he used, because my grandparents spoke about Dirty Dev a lot and that was the word they quoted.

      Churchill didn’t need to mention DeValera’s open mourning for Hitler, because everybody in our United Kingdom knew about that and hated Eire as much as we still do. I wish Winston had bombed Dublin then. Will the British Government in this day and age even lodge a diplomatic protest?
      I doubt it very much.


    • Joe Masters 10:03 pm on July 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We should have bombed them all through the 1960s and 1970s, everytime they refused to hand over wanted terrorists.
      It’s a dirty little country that has no conscience about providing safe haven for IRA murderers.


  • ross1948 12:28 am on July 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Irish Labor Party', , Brendan Howlin, Eire, , , , you tube loyalist videos   

    Ulster’s Glorious 12th – But Down South, The Enemy Rants 

    It’s Ulster’s Big Day, the glorious 12th of July, and while You Tube’s censors may have shut down loyalist videos…

    • Gambar kisah untuk loyalist video you tube dari The Irish News

    …rest assured the bands will not be drowned out as they provide musical accompaniment to the loyalist marchers.


    Hasil gambar untuk British uLster 12 July


    BTW, it’s important to note that You Tube is now working in cahoots with one of the most virulent hate-groups in the Western world, the SPLC!

    What is ‘reputable’ news? YouTube plans to decide for you

    You can read more of that here.

    Have A Look At This New Site – Excellently Exposing SPLC

    But Ulster Brits must aye be on their guard against the arrogant enemy across the Border, like the republican ranter.Brendan Howlin, the leader of what calls itself ‘the Irish Labour party…’


    Gambar terkait


    …with typical insolence, for Ireland is not a country, never has been except under the British Crown.


    Eire seems to live in permanent delusion to the contrary, as we can see even from their uppity postage stamps, the international frontier ignored completely, an ever-present reminder of their bad faith, their violation of the treaty signed by London, Dublin and Belfast, and lodged with the League of Nations, which recognised the Ulster people’s right of self-determination.

    That treaty was discarded disdainfully by Adolf Hitler’s mourner, De Valera…



    …and all the weeping and wailing about the Border  recently shows his expansionist ambitions did not die with him.

    Brendan Howlin too echoes that arrogance.

    Ireland would like to see the UK remaining as close as possible to the EU for trade – or indeed holding another vote in case the British people no longer want to leave…

    Aaah, that vote, in which foreigners not only tried to meddle…

    Ryanair Rat Boards Bilderbergers’ Shrouded Ship 

    …and in which thousands, hundreds of thousands, perhaps, of his fellow-citizens were allowed to vote.

    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit

    Otherwise the British people’s majority for deliverance would have been even greater!

    If he now seriously cares about what BRITISH PEOPLE WANT, he’ll be seeking amendments to that crazy law that lets Eire citizens meddle by voting in the UK.

    But just get a load of his peroration!.

    – but we won’t pay the political price of a hard border in Ireland to achieve it.


    What the heck does that mean? 

    The harder the border the better.

    By all means let folks pass across it for trade and business, but subject to passport and customs controls, as with any international frontier.


    Gambar terkait


    And why not require Eire passport-holders sign a declaration, on entry into British territory, that they repudiate their leaders’ ambition to annex Ulster.

    As indeed the Dublin government did when they signed the Helsinki Treaty forty years ago, which made permanent all the borders of post-war Europe… 

     ‘The participating States regard as inviolable all one another’s frontiers as well as the frontiers of all States in Europe…’

    …and then perfidiously denied their signature meant what it said!


    • Billy King 5:47 pm on July 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You always do us proud, Ross.
      Happy Twelfth.


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