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  • ross1948 11:30 on September 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , elections, Enrico Letta PDI, ,   

    BBC Hard Talk – Italian Leftist Rants! 

    Sackur’s BBC Hard Talk is never hard on leftists…

    BBC Hard Talk? Hard To Say “Illegal?” 

    Hard Talk? Hard To Stomach!

    Stephen Sackur, Journalist & Presenter (17167554681) (cropped).jpg


    …and today he was positively sycophantic, with Enrico Letta, now running the PDI….


    ..which used to be led by Red Renzi…Naked Truth? Renzi Belly-Crawls To Islamist Intolerance! …remember him?


    …enabled to rant at the patriot coalition ( or the ‘far right,’ as Sackur defines it, with typical BBC objectivity)

    One is curious –


    Bellissima! Will Italian Voters Opt For A Right Beauty? 

    – will he invite Giorgia Meloni for a chat?

    Loaded questions, about how PDI might not win against “what some in your party describe as neo-fascist!”

    Letta was ludicrous, claiming  that the real ‘migration’ issue was that many young Italians were leaving their country…

    …as if such departures might not be connected to the hell imposed on ordinary, decent citizens by the crimmigrant horde, not just on young Italians…

    Filthy Savages Amok Again – Wake Up, Italy

    Italy: 30 North African migrants sexually assault 6 teen girls on train to Milan Italy: 30 North African migrants sexually assault 6 teen girls on train to Milan

    …but on the old…

    …and on any people deemed vulnerable to primitive depredations.

    Even Sackur admitted that another 34000 illegal aliens had arrived this year, yet Letta dismissed any suggestion that an invasion was on-going…



    …and refused even to consider the obvious common-sense solution – naval blockade.

    Sackur didn’t challenge Letta’s dismissal of such an obvious solution.

    Nor Letta’s dismissal of the crimmigrant crisis as.. ‘not the number one problem.’

    To be fair to Sackur, he did ask for evidence that Russia was meddling in the election –


    – Letta was stumped!

    But Sackur was soon back in panic mode.

    Italy could become the first major Western country to embrace a far-right government…do tbe Italian people understand that?’

    To which I can only say.

    • Expat Irene 15:59 on September 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      You got me interested enough to watch Hard Talk, right now. Sackur is so off. He has just been on about migration and ‘violence in the streets’ but he continued, saying the violence is ‘against migrants, ‘ not a word about any of the Italian victims raped, robbed and killed by those ‘poor asylum seekers.’
      He must know what’s going on but just doesn’t care.


  • ross1948 18:32 on May 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , elections, , , , ,   

    Empower Leering Banshees, Demands D.C. Dotard 

    For Indonesian readers, a reminder – in ancient Gaelic-Irish folklore, a banshee is a scary female spectre, not much like the ‘banci’ ( same pronunciation) who are trannies (fake-women) often arrested for immoral activities in Jakarta and other Indonesian cities.

    Unpleasant awakening today, to BBC World News, which was showing a photo of two horrid brutes, beaming as they gloated over Sinn Fein’s electoral advances.


    Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald (left) arrives with Vice-President Michelle O'Neill (right) to the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast as counting continued yesterday afternoon

    Mary Lou McDonald with Michelle O’Neill


    Yet while such visual affront was disagreeable enough, the words we immediately heard ( 9am Jakarta time) were utterly offensive….



    …..that the United States was calling for a return to ‘power-sharing…’ .

    i.e. including in the government of British Ulster the Green Nazi gang whose spokespersons have never repudiated the cowardly terrorism of the IRA, quite the opposite, in fact…



    The leaders of all non-disloyal parties should get together as soon as possible,  and issue a joint statement, responding to the insolent intrusion of The Dotard in DC…



    …which can be worded as they wish but in essence should say…



    • Billy King 21:02 on May 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      What a brilliant description! Leering banshees!
      Biden can’t run his own country, so why is he sticking his nose into Ulster?
      If Johnson was any kind of national leader, he would tell foreign governments to chuck their meddling.


  • ross1948 06:42 on October 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , elections, , , ,   

    Thuringia, Umbria? Double Blow To Collabos – Patriot Parties Advance! 

    Fine results yesterday, first in Germany’s Thuringia, where the AfD patriot party eclipsed Mama Stasi Merkel’s pro-crimmigrant CDU, edging into second place.

    The Left (actually far-left ) Party remains the largest, bizarrely, but now has to search for coalition partners.

    Meanwhile, in Italy, in a once tightly left-controlled region, Umbria, Red Renzi’s so-called ‘Democratic’ Party seems to have stumbled badly, its pro-crimmigrant policies repugnant to many voters.

    Matteo Salvini, the Italian patriot leader, in alliance with Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy, has gained a ton of votes, his Lega party winning in excess of  % according to latest figures.

    Now we will be watching how Vox fares in Spain.

    The resistance is mobilising in every European country, and a timely mobilisation it is, with the menace of another Erdogan-initiated fake-refugee tsunami looming.



  • ross1948 07:53 on October 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: abortion, billboards, , elections, free election, , ,   

    Canada’s Intolerant ‘Democracy!’ 

    Naturally, something had to be said about the federal election next month, if only to correct the inaccurate adjective, because Canada was founded not as a federation but as a CONFEDERATION!



    And the sooner the provinces redeem their constitutionally-intended status, the better, I hear many of you say.


    How sad that free speech is so emasculated in the Dominion whose anthem still includes a description of the country as ‘strong and free.’

    I read an article in the National Post about the Green Party leader who, having declared that her personal hero was Jesus Christ, then almost at once apologised.



    Jesus teaching by example – on the subject of corporal punishment


    Since most serious Christians might well say that Jesus is their hero, just as you’d expect Muslims might say Mohammed is their hero, and Buddhists to say the same about Buddha…


    ….Mrs. Elizabeth May’s spineless retraction is incomprehensible – and her explanation, that her party is ‘inclusive and all-embracing…’ 



    … ….

    …..is on the face of it near imbecilic.

    Except that the pathetic word ‘inclusive’ is instantly recognisable  — as a war- cry for the forces of intolerance.



    Not just in Canada but across the Western world, if people take a stand against the media-political ruling class, if people speak up for what’s good and true, they’re branded as ‘divisive.’

    Those who want to enforce monochrome opinions, on the other hand, are deemed ‘inclusive.’

    Just as those who like best to brandish that other word, now rendered almost meaningless, ‘diversity,’ are often those most rabid to stamp out diversity of opinion.



    Speaking of monochrome opinions and suppression of dissent, naturally, brings us back to that billboard.

    C’mon Canada

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    It was perfectly legal and reflected the views of millions, but was suppressed by leftist shrills determined to deny free speech rights to Canadians disgusted by multicult, even in the run-up to a national election.


    The whole point of democracy is that people get to choose.

    They may tell candidates what they want done, and if the in-crowd candidates won’t listen, people may gather a few signatures and stand as candidates themselves.

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    Most importantly, any and every issue should be up for debate.

    The in-crowd should not be allowed to hide their views by dissimulative drivel about ‘settled law!’

    It’s parliament’s job to make law, amend law or repeal law. Even when uppity judges interfere, Canada is fortunate to possess the ‘Notwithstanding’ rule.

    Even more importantly, no parliament can bind its successors.




    Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has offered a very legalistic response when accused of having a hidden agenda…he simply insists that he will not open those issues, because they are settled in Canadian law.


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    Conservative leader’s free speech pledge wouldn’t apply in U of T ..

    It doesn’t MATTER what you think about the issues that freak Shifty Scheer out ( abortion and homo-weddings are his bete noire)

    If you believe those things are wrong, or ANY law is unjust, then – unlike gutless Shifty – you should get off your ass and say so.

    And yet inexplicably, such morally vacuous attitudes are embraced by many otherwise decent folk, like the guy who wrote the NP piece.

    I don’t see any value in the Conservatives reopening these issues, and I see lots of potential dangers if they do.

    If the National Post writer sees no value in reviewing the values on which Canadian society currently rests, so be it.

    But he is reprehensible to prophesy danger, not if the relevant laws are revoked, but if the arguments around them are open to debate in Canada’s democratic confederal election.

    Anyway, I’ll be supporting the PPC.

    As if you didn’t know!
    • Tharg 16:34 on October 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The First Turd was a toxic traitor.
      Junior is a plastic replica.


  • ross1948 21:58 on June 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: elections, , , ,   

    In Ventimiglia, Lampedusa, Riace, Salvini Soars – Voters Reflect ‘Refugee’ Realities! 

    Experience Matters!

    I had a look at the Guardian, a painful necessity if we want to know what the Enemy Within is thinking, and lo, they are scrambling to save face.

    Incredibly, they had a piece on some ill-mannered Leftist, a ‘doctor,’ it seems, whose claim to prominence in the rotten media is that he came second to Matteo Salvini’s patriot party in Lampedusa.

    That’s the Italian island which has borne the brunt of crimmigrant violations of Italy’s territorial integrity.



    Read this… …

    Truth Told – Threatening, Thieving…Migrant Molestation! 

    …and note the photo of migrant savages amok there – more than six years ago!

    The loser ‘doctor’ is one of the infantile type of pinko creep. He refuses to use Signor Salvini’s name!  https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/28/sicily-doctor-of-migrants-pietro-bartolo-bucks-far-right-trend-to-win-seat-in-eu-elections

    It wasn’t only there that Salvini won big.




    Another town, Riace, also notorious for local leftists encouraging crimmigrant colonisation, saw a thumping vote tally for the patriots.

     But how about Ventimiglia, on the French border, where some alien curs even raped a young woman who had travelled there to help them…

    Woman ‘gang-raped in refugee camp ordered to stay SILENT…

    ..and was bullied into keeping quiet about what the filthy savage did to her, so local people, not just Italians but also in France, which the vile illegals were trying to gate-crash, would not be  further alarmed at the nature of the threat……

    Has Ventimiglia’s Mayor Lost All Touch With Reality? 


    …posed by the proximity of packs of barbarous intruders devoid even  of any sense of gratitude!

    In Ventimiglia, the voters gave a keen thumbs-up to Matteo Salvini’s patriots – a huge 44%, according to The Leftal, sorry, The Local.

    None of these results should surprise us.

    But is it not part of the left-liberal refrain, oft heard in media like The Guardian and The Local, that anti-crimmigrant sentiment thrives more in areas with relatively few of the blighters..




    …the offensive left message being that patriot resistance is rooted in how ignorant patriots must be of the fine quality of those who have got into their country?

    Once Brits, French, Germans and Italians are forced to live cheek by jowl with aliens, they will come to love being colonised?

    Another myth busted.

    In Lampedusa, in Riace, and in Ventimiglia, for years, Italians have had a close-up view of the parasite plague.

    And they DON’T like what they see.


    • Penny 22:27 on June 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It makes me angry when the media tries to make out that ‘to know them is to love them.’ Just look at the way some of England’s northern towns have gone foreign. English people that can get out do get out, and they tell their new neighbours in thesuburbs and smaller towns exacrly why they moved.
      So of course areas without too many non-English are against immigration.
      The poorest and oldest English cant escape from their old areas, so they dont let on how they feel about what’s happened. They are scared and with good reason.
      If there was a good party like Salvini has to offer, things would be different.
      Now we have Farage so it could happen.


    • Petra Malley 17:06 on June 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The voters in those towns would need to have their heads examined if they did not support Salvini. I am more surprised by the fact that he only got a plurality rather than a majority in Ventimiglia, though I expect if the votes of the smaller patriot parties, like that led by the blonde you dote on, Giorgia Meloni, did put the patriot total over 50%.
      What would be very interesting would be a voter analysis of some high-falutin neighbourhood in Rome where ‘intellectuals’ – film directors, professors, tv editors and the like – reside in large numbers.
      My money would be on a large majority for Left parties.
      The disconnect between real Italians and the gilded cosmopolitam class is, I’m confident, much the same in all Western countries.
      What about transporting them all to a large empty territory, in Greenland possibly, along with the million post 2025 migrants?
      The Western elite could truly get to know those they talk about so much, and those they talk about would enjoy all the dinner parties and cocktail evenings, if only as a prelude to more intimate relationships.

      Sorry, Greenland eskimos, a flight of fancy on a weekend picnic.


  • ross1948 04:36 on February 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , elections, , NDP Singh,   

    An Odd Canadian Custom… 

    Jagmeet Singh, the Canadian Socialist, has a rather cavalier attitude to the electorate, esp. the voters in British Columbia whom he will tolerate as neighbours only if they vote for him,

    We’ll learn in a few hours if the Burnaby folks appreciate his carpet-bagging condescension, but whilst reading about the by-election I noticed that the Canadian Green Party had chosen not to join in the fight – yet all other parties are battling hard.

    The Greens’ Elizabeth May excused the opting out by invoking something called the “leader’s courtesy.”

    “The leader’s courtesy is a longstanding Canadian parliamentary tradition that facilitates a newly elected party leader’s entry to the legislature by allowing him or her to contest a byelection unopposed…”

    I have not lived in Canada for many years and while I keep up with big issues there, I was unaware of that ‘tradition.’

    It seems to me deplorable, as indefensible as that which till recently obtained in the UK, whereby the Speaker was not opposed in parliamentary elections.

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    Nobody should enter parliament unopposed.

    In Britain these days, the Speaker has discarded all pretence of impartiality, Bercow’s blatant Europhiliac partisanship known to all…

    Bercow’s Bad, But May’s Enforcers Are Evil! 

    …. so one hopes he will be opposed next time round, and not only by minor parties as has happened in the past.

    As for the dodgy Singh in Burnaby, he may or may not win, but if he does, surely he will feel he earned his win because he had to fight for it.


    • Arnold 07:51 on February 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It was never a good thing, giving high-ups a free pass into parliament.


    • Marty N 16:21 on February 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Arnold, you are so right, why should any party leader get a gift of a seat instead of having to fight for it.
      It insults the voters not to give them a choice who their MP is to be.
      Another reason people have had enough of the old parties and a good reason to try a new one.
      The PPC for me from now on.


  • ross1948 21:24 on February 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , elections, , , Nigerian illegal, , Pamela Mastropietro,   

    Horror! But NOW News Suppressed Has Gotten Out! 

    Did you read about how the dismembered body of an 18-year-old Italian woman, Pamela Mastropietro…


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    …was discovered in two suitcases near Macerata, in the Marche region around the city, about 125 miles (200km) north-east of Rome?https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/feb/03/driver-opens-fire-african-migrants-italian-city-macerata



    Did you know that a 29-year-old Nigerian has been arrested in connection with the woman’s death.


    Gambar kisah untuk Pamela Mastropietro dari Il Resto del Carlino


    The Italian news agency ANSA carried the story, but a shuffle through Google News found no mention in the UK or US, media (except Breitbart)of either the foul murder or the person apprehended.


    And only, it seems, because some Italian man – maybe driven out of his mind by crimmigrant atrocities, or maybe for some reason we can only surmise – today went driving around Macerata taking pot-shots at ‘African migrants.

    So now the Guardian etc., are hot on the trail – wow, a ‘racist’ offence to cover! –  but no doubt to their regret this meant they could no longer continue suppression of the horrific murder which may have sparked the ( non-fatal) shootings.

    Needless to say, the Guardian’s ever-politicised news tells how ‘rightwing’ campaigners leapt on Mastropietro’s gruesome death to promote their anti-migrant message.

    Well, they’d be in dereliction of their democratic duty if they didn’t raise hell, ESPECIALLY since that Nigerian suspect, Innocent Oseghale by name, was denied asylum last year…

    ….but has remained in Italy…


    Another scumbag exposed as a phoney ‘refugee’ and not deported?

    If he’d been sent back…yeah, draw your own conclusions. Matteo Salvini of the Northern League is drawing his!

    “What was this worm still doing in Italy? The left has blood on its hands.”

    Awful that the current Euroid Italian government is turning a blind eye to undesirable aliens who should long since have been expelled.

    But downright bizarre that a truly dreadful crime has to wait for Lugenpresse attention, until some related matter crops up that obliges them to mention the migrant connection?

    • Tony M 06:10 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The big news shouldn’t be the consequence of the murder of poor Pamela but the murder, because if it was committed by an alien who the government should have kicked out of Italy, then it’s not just the accused murder and the accused shooter but the government of Italy itself, the Prime Minister and the Interior Minister.
      WHY are they not deporting people who have no right to be in the country/?


    • Chris Baines 06:45 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Why wasn’t Pamela’s murder frontpage news?
      Why wasn’t it news at all until some enraged Italian guy ( maybe) hits back?

      Answer- because an illegal immigrant murdering a local girl doesn’t fit the media’s preferred narrative.

      Somebody shooting at migrants fits perfectly.
      And a few aliens with flesh wounds command the media’s sympathy much more than a butchered Italian teenager..


    • Beatrix 08:07 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If the Guardian editors had any moral priorities then the killing would be their lead story, a stunning example of irresponsible governments failing in their duty to protect its people.
      It’s so wrong that the Guardian (and I see the BBC also) has put its political priorities first, making the murder victim a secondary part of its news.

      The truth is that both the horrible death and the shooting injuries that followed can be laid at the door of the Italian Government.
      If they did their job and saw to it that illegals were deported as soon as they fail to meet the standard conditions required for asylum, then many crimes would not be committed and the anger on the streets among law-abiding Italians would not erupt..

      Oh, I also tried to find any English media that took up the story of the murder and dismemberment of this young woman before the shootings gave them a chance to create an ‘anti-racist’ outcry.
      You are more or less correct that there weren’t any, but a Nigerian lady blogger did! She also revealed that the murder suspect is also a ‘suspected drug-dealer!’ . https://adolaonline.tumblr.com/post/170471631912/nigerian-drug-dealer-triggers-shooting-in-italian


    • Mort 08:51 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I know it happened in Italy but this case reverberates all over the Western world.

      Even advocates of immigration have a responsibility to demand that ‘refugees’ handed deportation orders because they’ve had their case investigated and found to have no grounds for asylum must be kept in detention until the plane is on the runway.
      Apart from the obvious public safety reasons as seen in the murder of the young Italian lady, it is not only possible but very probable that the deportee will make off for places unknown if he gets the chance.


    • Earl Nelson 09:18 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      In America too there are so many illegals who are not deported or get deported then come back. Trump has disappointed us on this, all his DACA so-called ‘Dreamers’ now on his list of reprieves.

      Here’s a fair compromise.

      If they were brought in illegally as kids, then round up the crimmigant parents and kick them out.
      Then let their children decide to join them in Mexico or Colombia. Lets see if they put their country first.
      Or see which country really is their country.

      Ross, please fix my spelling before you publish this.


    • Keith Milner 11:22 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I hope some other honest media with a wider circulation than yours (sorry, you do a great job but are not well known) take up this story.
      How the media bury big news, then resurrect it only when they can spin it, makes me sick..


    • Frank Latto 13:02 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Elections just a month away and this happens.
      We could be suspicious about that shooting. Planned to harm the patriotic parties?
      Reminds me of the murder of that Labor MP in England.
      Remember the judge changed the normal rule so the man convicted was not allowed to speak at the end of the trial.
      I still think the killing was staged to hurt the Brexit side.


    • Gina 15:13 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It is too late for the young Pamela
      Now Rome must today issue authority to every police in Italy to search and arrest and hold in custody every failed asylum seeker for deportation.
      Anything lesser must mean government is co- culpable in every crime that they will commit..


    • Penny 20:33 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Its like Pamela was only a bit of background detail, hardly gets more than a mention in some of the news.
      She was only 18 years old.
      You would think the murder of that girl was less important than those ‘migrants’ getting peppered.


    • Petra Malley 21:24 on February 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      A good question to the Italian Government would be – how many Italians have been murdered and raped and otherwise become victims of illegal aliens who ought not to be in Italy.
      I’ll bet the authorities either deliberately fail to keep statistics or else will not release them.


  • ross1948 23:17 on September 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , elections, , , , , ,   

    Arrogant Arab Prince Uses Your Money To Interfere in Your Country’s Elections 

    Americans vote in November, while voters in Holland, France and Germany choose their governments next year…

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    These exercises in democracy are entirely the business of the citizens of those countries.

    We outsiders are of course entitled to comment – that’s what free speech is all about…




    ….but for an Arab princeling whose salary and expenses come out of the Dutch, French, American , Hungarian and UK tax-payers’ pockets to leap in with wild attacks – similarities to the ideology espoused by the Islamic State group   – on patriotic parties and leaders – the US Republican presidential hopeful Trump…



    ….Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban…

    ….the French National Front leader Marine Le Pen…

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    ….and the leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage 



    – contesting those elections… that’s just out of order.

    The United Nations, as we have noted often enough, is a cauldron of hypocrisy, its blind eye to the cultural genocide in Tibet, its whining about ‘rights’ whilst failing to condemn shariah, its readiness to give equal status to tyrannies like Saudi Arabia and North Korea and Iran as if they merit equivalence with civilised democracies…



    • …that’s a mockery of the ideas enshrined in its Charter.

    It’s not likely the UN will give up its habit of gross intrusion into the internal affairs of democracies.



    But it IS to be hoped that the people of those countries whose champions have been scolded, so condescendingly, by that uppity Arab will rally to the only parties prepared to stand up to supranational sticky-beaks.  


  • ross1948 11:59 on May 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , elections, , , , Niedersachsen, , Verden   

    Come, Ye Thankful Germans, Come! 

    I imagine churches in Germany were packed yesterday with crowds giving thanks to God for sending the Blessed Angela to shepherd their country through such turbulent times.  



    Not only were they savouring the inspirational news that they’ll be shouldering an extra burden of over NINETY BILLION Euros between now and 2020 as a direct consequence of her violation of the European Union’s ‘asylum’ rules…

    …but the benefits accruing to Germany have just been exemplified by a Saturday night brawl that involved at least 50 people…police said.

    The free-for-all followed a fight on Friday night at the same shelter in the northern German district of Verden, some 90 kilometers (56 miles) northwest of Hanover.   http://www.dw.com/en/brawl-at-german-migrant-shelter-leaves-14-injured/a-19259711

    If I’m not wrong, I passed through Verden during one of my hitch-hiking trips back in the Sixties.

    The name’s familiar and when I checked Google, this photo of a typical traditional German small-town scene rang a distant bell.

    • ————————-
    • It must be nightmarish for townspeople who grew up in a pretty place like Verden to realise that, thanks to Mama Stasi, they are doomed to raise their kids in a community now blighted by the her importation of alien savages.


    …the Friday night clash saw at least 30 Afghan and Iraqi Kurdish migrants going at each other with iron bars and fire extinguishers, police said.

    Police were able to put down the riot after a large deployment of officers.



    So was the cost of that policing operation, officers’ over-time etc., calculated in when the 90 billion plus figure was reached, or is it now necessary to re-do the arithmetic?  

    If not, how much more than the announced projected cost will the real figure be? Whatever the answer, we read elsewhere that Mama’s abandoned even the pretended interest she once expressed in democratic principles.

    Merkel has tried to prevent a spiralling competition in electoral promises, saying pensions should not be an election issue…   http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7e8caaa0-1601-11e6-9d98-00386a18e39d.html

    Gott im Himmel!

    Since when were pensions not admissible as an election issue, in any country? Or jobs, or transport?


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    • ……….
    • Is this a prelude to further restrictions on what may and may not be open to debate?

    I imagine she’d love to prevent criticism of her primitive migrant horde in the run-up to next year’s federal election.    

    2 in 3 Germans want Merkel out after next year’s elections



    • Trev Franks 12:11 on May 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      So many beautiful European countries marred beyond repair by this monster.
      I traveled a lot in my students years too and Germany was lovely, Sweden too, and Italy, bellissima!
      Now I would worry for friends who go there.


    • Jerry Jerman 03:49 on May 17, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      She is paying the price for her playing games on her country’s future. Sixty percent of Germans now say she must not be returned to the leader’s job after next year’s elections.
      I think we mostly hate her and will not forgive her.


  • ross1948 21:02 on March 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , elections, Kasich, , , , Rubio, , ,   

    American Red Nazis Amok- As Anti-Trump Thugs Exculpated By Kasich and Cruz! 

    Anyone who went to a British university in the sixties and/or seventies will be familiar with the red nazi phenomenon, ‘No Platform,’ they called it then, whereby marxist gangs, SWP, WRP etc, having found themselves intellectually inadequate to debate rightwingers, openly resorted to hoodlum tactics to silence their opponents.


    • The foul phenomenon never went away, and gangster groups like UAF and ‘antifa’ have been active against patriot parties like UKIP in recent years.

    We now see the same intolerance in America, hordes of hooligan leftists pouring into a Trump rally NOT to engage in intelligent heckling but PURELY to shut it down.

    Black Lives Matter Activists Take Online Victory Lap

     I just watched an obnoxious bigot on tv boasting of their success in stopping normal political activity, and on more than one news-site we read that louts and loutesses wearing “Black Lives Matter” shirts were prominent among the rabble, so not just reds but racists too.  – 



    What is more offensive than the hooligan mob, however, is the way some politicians who ought to know better are now blaming the mayhem not on those who caused it but on Trump’s ‘rhetoric.’

    The contemptible Kasich spouted typical liberal double-talk.




    Ohio Governor John Kasich, also battling Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, said the protests occurred because “the seeds of division that Donald Trump has been sowing this whole campaign finally bore fruit.” Rivals say Trump’s rhetoric partly to blame for protests

    Sadly, Ted Cruz made similar mealy-mouthed comments, which I hope he will reconsider.


    I must – for the first time ever – congratulate Rubio, who observed that protests in Chicago had become “an industry” and some of the people involved were “probably being paid to do this.”

    Only retards respond to words with thuggery.

    One might wish it were still 1968 and the Chicago cops had emulated their predecessors’ handling of the Communist sympathisers who tried to storm the Democratic Convention back then. Most Americans saw through the media’s slurring of the police and applauded the then Mayor and his police. 

    Daley shared he had received 135,000 letters supporting his actions and only 5000 condemning them. Public opinion polls demonstrated that the majority of Americans supported the Mayor’s tactics.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1968_Democratic_National_Convention

    Has America changed irreversibly?

    • Lonnie 14:54 on May 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      So, Ross, you have shown a slight tilt towards Cruz in the past, but he’s dropped out, and I can’t see you supporting a pro-‘gay rights’ candidate like Kasich.
      Are you going to declare for The Donald, despite his stand on the bathroom bills?


      • ross1948 21:56 on May 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Sorry for delayed response, Lonnie. I will come back on this, but am waiting to see who his VP may be. If it’s some mealy-nouthed hypocrite like Kasich, I’d have problems.
        But if he chooses a good man like Ben Carson, why not?


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