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  • ross1948 23:02 on December 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Irish' Ambassador, Eire embassy, EU referendum, heckling, Joanna Bell   

    Wouldn’t YOU Have Heckled Hitler’s Envoy In 1939? 

    Mail journalist ejected from Irish embassy over shouts of ‘Brexit’


    I know nothing of Ms Joanna Bell, whose charming picture makes me think it would be nice to get to know her…


    Image result for joanna bell daily mail

    ...a former remainer who embraced Brexit because of the European commission’s “contemptible” treatment of Britain since the vote to leave the EU.

    …but I DO know that she did what many of us would like to do.

    …witnesses said her heckling during the serious points being made about the fragility of the institutions of peace created by the Good Friday Agreement was far from humorous and had interrupted a hushed respectful atmosphere in the ballroom of the embassy.


    ‘Hushed and Respectful?’


    What a bunch of crawlers there must have been in that ballroom, to treat a political address by the representative of a hostile state as a posse of nuns might have treated a Papal audience.

    Well, we know Jeffrey Archer was there – God knows why!

    Image result for jeffrey archer


    The Ambassador may well be a personally decent individual, but he represents an arrogant regime which has exploited every twist and turn of the Brexit process to advance its dirty little expansionist agenda, its annexationist aim to bring the British people of Ulster under foreign rule…



    Éamon de Valera signed the book of condolence on Adolf Hitler’s death on 2 May …https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_neutrality_during_World_War_II 

    …and to fly the flag of Hitler-fan De Valera over Belfast and Londonderry and every acre if Ulster inhabited by a small brave British nation.

    Who dares suggest such a diplomat’s speech should be heard out in a ‘hushed and respectful’ manner?

    How dare Eire seek to bully Britannia, behind whose skirts it hid throughout WW2?

    That ambassador would be entitled to an uninterrupted hearing, perhaps, had he been offering contrite apologies for all the filthy Sinn Fein/IRA terror scum given safe haven in his lousy republic.

    If Theresa May had any self-respect, personally or politically, she would long since have declared Eire a hostile state and expelled its diplomatic mission from London.



    They should no more be tolerated in Her Majesty’s capital than would ‘ambassadors’ from the ISIS ‘caliphate.’


    The Guardian quoted one of Ms. Bell’s concerns, which many of us also share.

    “A second referendum would have highly unfortunate consequences for this polarised and still combustible island. It’s not that mandates should never be withdrawn or a referendum reconsidered. If, however, a democratic outcome is to be reconsidered, it must first be respected. What could be more damaging than a second referendum if remain wins as narrowly as it lost the first? We would find ourselves in a precarious state.”


    Any new referendum should be held after a decent interval – something like the forty plus years between the first one in 1975 and the second in 2016.


    • Billy King 23:31 on December 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Twice in 24 hours I have to sing your praises!
      That Joanna did great to heckle their ambassador.
      The government that has him in London really is our enemy and heckling is the least he deserves for serving Varadkar.


      • Fiona 16:11 on December 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Hear hear, Billy.
        It’s about time somebody called out the Irish Republicans for their offensive against the UK.

        I was about to send Ross a ‘Merry Christmas’ greeting so now I extend it to you, Billy, and to everyone who comments here

        I hope too that Joanna Bell has a Christmas Dinner as enjoyable as the fun lunch she says she had before bursting the bubble of pomposity at that gathering of sycophants in the enemy’s embassy.


    • Wat Meadows 23:55 on December 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      She did us proud!
      Dublin needs to be reminded how much we hate them, not so much for their aggressive attitude towards Britain that’s nothing new at all, but for their cowardice, the way they try to stick it to us while they cling to Mother Brussels skirts for protection.
      They ought to remember how many of their own people are located in the UK mainland and might find themselves in trouble once British people lose patience with their snash.
      I’m not talking about what their IRA thugs do to innocent folk, that’s not the British way.
      I’m talking about getting our government to take away all the privileges they enjoy, like voting rights for a start.
      Residence rights should also be up for discussion.


  • ross1948 22:25 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , EU referendum, , , ,   

    Not Fake News! Germans Just Voted In Their Own EU Referendum! 

    No, I’ll bet you had no idea, nor, perhaps ( though we had mentioned it in the past)


    …. that there was a death penalty referendum in Germany a few weeks ago too.

    Sad to say, only one German state afforded its people such basic democratic rights, and sadder still, only a minority of the citizens of Hessen voted for capital punishment.

    But then German federal law overrides state law, so the pre-existing statute was a dead letter. And maybe that’s why under 20% voted to keep it.

    Not much point, really, if no evil-doer was ever going to get his just deserts, because Mama Stasi, as federal fuhrerin…


    merkel danger


    … has shown no serious interest in curbing crime, or expelling savage criminals who shouldn’t be in Germany at all.

    But you probably want to know about how those Germans voted on the EU issue.

    And, again sadly, I can’t tell you.

    The only information to be found in English-language media is a minimal mention in DW, viz. that voters were asked to decide on…


     ‘their commitment to the EU.’

    Now what exactly does that mean?

    If it was an honest referendum, the Hessen voters would have been given a free and fair choice,  Brussels Empire, yes or no!

    But that would have been as pointless as the ‘choice’ on capital punishment, since membership of the EUSSR is a matter for Berlin, not individual states.

    So what was printed on the Hessen ballot paper?

    ‘Do you appreciate all the joys and benefits of subordination to a supranational authority?’

    referndmlet peole vote

    Or some other, less subtle, loaded question?

    And did how the people voted have any real effect on anything?

    I have no time, nor energy, to comb through German media so maybe one of our German readers can advise us.


    • Petra Malley 22:47 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Astonishing, that the media have not given this any prominence.
      The German central government has no plans to hold a referendum on the migrant problem, I assume?


    • Jerry Jerman 23:04 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Guten Tag, Ross.
      It was not so hard to help you, and here is the words that Hessen voted for.
      ‘Hesse should be described in the constitution not only as part of the Federal Republic, but also as part of the European Union. This also means that Hesse confesses to “a democratic and constitutional principles committed unified Europe.’
      So if Germany in the future tries to escape from the European Union, the state of Hessen may be forced to stay under EU control?
      You may make what you wish of this.


    • Annelie Neumann 23:28 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I am trying to help you with this so I find it in the Frankfurter Rundschau, that referendum says Hessen is part of the European Union and is binding Hessen to European rule.
      It was done by all the parties in the Hessen parliament but this was before the AfD entered the parliament in October.
      The driver of the plan was a Green leader Frank Kaufmann and all the parties without the AfD calls it the “signal effect for the present localization of Hessen in a united Europe and the openness for future further integration “.
      So CDU, SPD, Greens got their people to vote that way but I do not see what majority, but I think most because if not it will be big news. I think Merkel will never have national referendums because she is afraid of us Germans.
      My apology because this is more English than I can.


    • Willie Frobes 02:23 on November 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I thought the German Federal Republic had a.law against letting the people have their say?


  • ross1948 13:54 on October 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Keine Lugenpresse in Der Schweiz? 

    Never has a proposed law diverged so far from the text of a publicly-voted referendum.


    • Hasil gambar untuk europhiliacs
    • Swiss press criticize Bern’s ‘capitulation’ on immigration

    We posted on this last month Swiss Jobs for Swiss Workers? Don’t Be Difficult, Warns Juncker Flunkey! – but the media aspect merits a PS, because it’s good to see that, unlike so much of other European newspapers and broadcasters, especially in Sweden Lugenpresse = Lying Press = Sweden’s Media Vermin  and among foul German Lugenpresse hacks, like that vile creature we’ve shown you before, Ina Maria Reize…


    Hasil gambar untuk ina maria reize

    …Swiss media have the guts actually to expose and oppose the appeasement monkeys in the federal parliament who stabbed direct democracy in the back.




  • ross1948 21:03 on July 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , EU referendum, EUSR, , , , , , , , , , , St. Etienne   

    “By Every Means?” C’Est Impossible, President Hollande! 

    French citizens were treated to another, undoubtedly frustrating, little speech today, after Islamist scum cut a priest’s throat in a Normandy church.

    Priest Slain, Two Pigs Shot Dead – What Now, Argie Dope? 

    The speech-maker, President Hollande, taking a break from belly-aching at Britain’s Brexit declaration of independence last month, repeated his usual rigmarole about fighting jihadist terror…


    • Hollande


    ….and about ‘unity’ – how France should resist ‘divisiveness’ ( i.e ‘don’t criticise whatever I do or don’t do’)

    But this time he added that his intention was to wage his war on evil ‘by every means.

    Thing is, he can’t.

    The natural response among normal people, be they French, or British, or German, or whatever, is to kill as many as possible of the sectarian swine engaged in the vile jihad.

    My own view is that, whenever one of my fellow-citizens dies at the hands of an Islamist fiend, we should take one of the fiend’s fellow-jihadists out of prison (there are plenty there) and execute the SOB.

    Hollande may, or more probably, as part of the Eurocratic elite, may not, feel the same.

    But either way, he can’t.

    As long as France remains under supranational control, subject to the Euro-Commissars’ regime in Brussels…


    …France is manacled.

    No matter what the French President, the French National Assembly or the French people, by referendum, might decide…


    • —————–
    • ….the death penalty CANNOT be restored, not even for the foulest terrorist crimes.

    • —————
    • Marine-drapeau-bbr
    • Marine Le Pen is right.

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    • FREXIT!

  • ross1948 19:09 on July 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Europhiliac View – Ask The People? That’s ‘Playing With Fire!’ 

    Europhilia, like demophobia, is not a form of mental aberration unique to the UK elite.

    Another shocking outburst hit the headlines last week from Vienna, where, exemplifying those who abhor the common people’s right to self-determination, a far-left Green in Austria was in extravagant rant mode.

    Alexander Van der Bellen’s short-lived ‘victory’ in the June Presidential election was overturned by the country’s highest court after major irregularities were uncovered.
    Now he and the FPO candidate, Norbert Hofer, are fighting a re-run in October.
    Austrian far-right 'playing with fire' over EU referendum
    Alexander Van der Bellen
    Maybe this Green geezer is simply ticked off with the nuisance value that voting represents to his chances of achieving his ambitions.
    Because, please note, it’s not just the idea of an Austrian exit from the EUSSR that Bellen abhors, but the very idea of ASKING the Austrian electorate what they think about that idea.
    FPO’s Hofer
    Herr Hofer has only mooted a referendum, saying that if Brussels rules continues to develop along current dangerously authoritarian lines, his fellow-citizens deserve to be consulted on the issue.  

    “…and if Turkey joins, then for me it would be time to say that Austrians must also be asked (about membership),” Hofer said after the “Brexit” vote.

    Yet even this basic acknowledgement of democratic principle provoked a bout of characteristic Bellen bleating.
    Even to think about escape from rule by the EuroCommissars…
     god of hellfire
    …if the patriot party “are going to fantasise about an EU exit – they are playing with fire!”
    So there’s the Left’s October platform, just so Austrians are under no illusions.
    If voters imagine it’s their country, not the property of the rotten political establishment (who are lining up to back Bellen’s bid) then…
    Schweigen Sie, Untermenschen!
    (Silence, Subhumans!)
    Not since Hitler’s 1938 Anschluss, the expansion of Nazi rule which annexed Austria to the Reich, has naked hatred for democracy had such currency in public debate.  
    The Fourth Reich mirrors the Third. 

    And just a little more insight into why this re-run, for a mostly ceremonial position, is said to be raising concern that apathy could result in a lower turnout than last time (about 73 percent).

    The biased journos on EU Observer ( and I say biased since they perpetually slur Hofer as far-right but never ID Bellen as the far-left fanatic he is) don’t explain why lower turnout enhances Herr Hofer’s chances.

    But they fear it could be a development that could play into the hands of the far right.  


    Maybe their bias arises because they see themselves among the ranks of the righteous in the apartheid-like ‘divide’ they describe.

    The electorate is divided between educated elites and the working class, the city and the countryside, liberal EU idealists and nationalist EU critics.

    Elites are not so much educated as indoctrinated, otherwise how could they write such pinko piffle, as if ‘idealists’ can only be found on the Europhiliac side.

    But never mind. Their minions on the EUObs pay-roll staff, by their final words…

    …the outcome of this election will determine whether Austria is fortified as a bastion of EU values, or becomes another domino waiting to fall.

    …may have given some European readers an incentive to take a late summer break in beautiful Austria…


    …and lend a hand to the FPO campaigners.

    But girls should bring pepper-spray….




  • ross1948 23:10 on May 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , EU referendum, , ,   

    Petition for Brit Patriots – Keep The Referendum Clean! 


    Having touched on the issue of voting fraud more than once…

    London Cops – Undesirable Alien Voting Fraud Untouchable? 

    “Very Tall Figure – Full Islamic Burka – Voted 3 Times!” 

    ..it seems I’m not alone in my concerns.




    Camoron has made it clear he will lie, cheat and resort to every dirty trick in the book, so fervent is his desperation to keep Britannia enchained to the Fourth Reich his EuroCommissar comrades are intent on building.  


    Britannia sad


    And you can bet his Remainiac running-dogs at local level will be emulating his amoral example. So let’s turn the spotlight on yet another way the bad element can achieve their objective.  


    Require proof of identity to be provided by all voters in the EU Referendum.

    More examples have been found of blatant fraud at polling stations where people who have turned up to vote are turned away having been marked as “already voted.” https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/130497


    Sign this petition


    Oh, and here’s Better Off Out’s latest bulletin. 

    Better Off Out Campaign Update
    Better Off Out Campaign Update 27 May
    Those of you who are seeking leaflets to deliver to the public or use at street stalls should contact:
    Brendan Chilton at Labour Leave on brendan.chilton@labourleave.org
    Vote Leave via supporters@voteleave.uk
    Two important messages before mentioning what we have done this week:
    1. If you need to REGISTER TO VOTE FOR THE EU REFERENDUM, please do so NOW. It can be done very easily online HERE. If you need a POSTAL VOTE, PLEASE REGISTER NOW. You can do so by taking the steps outlined HERE.
    2. There are less than 30 days to go. We are thinking about the referendum day and ways of getting out the vote. If you can help in the GOTV project on the day, please do email me at rory@tfa.net with ‘GOTV’ in the subject line and details of where you live and what you can do (such as whether you have a car that can drive supporters to the polls) in the body of the email. To win this we need to work together on the ground.
    Campaign update:
    This week our podcast follows Better Off Out on trips to Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire and Essex that we made in March. We take in a varied batch of incidents, ranging from prehistoric megaliths, to a Dark Age warrior king and a very modern cream tea. You can listen to it HERE.
    Our most recent briefing paper looks at the UK’s “Soft Power” reach in the world and why this makes us certain of a flourishing future post-Brexit. You can read it HERE.

    We also have a pair of campaign T-shirts that you can buy from Tboom Tshirts. The “logo T-shirt” can be found HERE. The “Britty Brexit” T-shirt is HERE. At only £10 they are a bargain, and a fun way to show your support for Brexit.
    We continue to produce our weekly news digest of EU Referendum events, produced in conjunction with our sister organisation The Freedom Association. If you would like to receive this free service, please send an email to my colleague Tom Bayley on Tom@TFA.net with “Four4Freedom mailing” in the title field.
    Of course, all this activity costs money. If you would like to make a donation to support Better Off Out and its campaign, please send a cheque payable to “Better Off Out” to us at:
    Better Off Out,
    Suite 309,

    Golden Cross House
    Trafalgar Square
    WC2N 4JF
    Many thanks, and good luck on the campaign trail.
    Rory Broomfield
    Better Off Out
  • ross1948 21:55 on May 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , EU referendum, , , Great British Fun Run, , May14th,   

    As June Vote Looms, Make 14th May Your Freedom Day! 


    Okay, you’re all used up (as my Grandma was wont to describe how she felt after a septuagenarian’s day of driving the tractor!) and the votes cast on Thursday are all counted, for good or ill, so take time off, go down the pub or chill out in front of the tv.

    Post-Election Fatigue!

    I’ve been there, done it, got the wardrobe stuffed with the t-shirts. Wish I could be there to do more these days! All I can do from here is blog.

    But use the week ahead to renew the battle with ever more vigour.


    I don’t imagine the French Resistance took time off in their war against the Third Reich…



    ....so Brits need to summon up all their energies and throw everything, including the kitchen sink, into the titanic struggle for deliverance from the Fourth Reich.


    Leave.EU affords you plenty of opportunities to do so. 



    14 May: Fight for Independence Day
    Nationwide Action Day: street stalls, leafletting and canvassing  

    12 June: Freedom Run
    Wolverhampton Race Course. Run 5km, walk 1km or come along and support those people participating. You can also organise your own freedom run or walk in your area.
    18-19 June: The Great British Street Party
    How better to make politics fun than by gathering together friends and family for a party.
     For the Fight for Independence Day your local group leaders will be distributing campaign material. To get in touch with your local leader or contact our team atgroupsupport@leave.eu – for all other inquiries, please email info@leave.eu.
  • ross1948 10:22 on May 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , EU referendum, , local elections,   

    Another Good Reason for Brits To Vote Today! 

     “This is something I feel very strongly, very passionately about… I want us to pave the road from Ankara to Brussels…”

    David Cameron…



    …was speaking to…

    …..Erdogan, who, eager to accept Cameron’s embrace, reminds us of his basic motivation in following that path to Brussels!


    “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”

  • ross1948 09:04 on April 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    ABC’s ( No, Not BBC’s!) Anti-Brexit Bias On Display! 

    I thought I’d subject myself to ABC’s ‘Australian’ international’ channel last night, mainly to see if their election news output was slanted more towards Labor or the Greens.


    But little sign of electoral news at all.

    However, bias there was, the first item being how Obama had flown into London and was spouting pro-Brussels hogwash. No surprise, as we’ve known of his eagerness to boost his buddy Camoron for quite some time.


    But what did amaze me was ABC’s blatant bias against those in the UK fighting to regain independence from the EUSSR.

    You’d expect a balanced choice of guests, pro and con, but the news-castress only had one, a Foreign Office wally just recently retired as British Ambassador to the USA.  



    He faithfully stuck to the Whitehall mandarins’ slavish  Europhiliac line – easy-peasy with never any challenging questions from Blondie. In fact Miss Peroxide weighed in to help, describing how Boris Johnson had criticised Obama ‘bizarrely!’

    ABC seems to employ hackettes who just can’t be bothered to disguise  their ideological tilt. Maybe Boris was bizarre, or maybe he wasn’t. He’s no hero of mine.


    Miffed ... Boris Johnson.

    But it’s NOT up to some bimbo paid from Aussie taxes to tell us so when she’s supposed to be presenting the news impartially.





  • ross1948 18:38 on April 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Petition! Stop Off-Shore Cameron Splurging YOUR Money on Pro-EU Propaganda! 


    This is the outrageous propaganda on which Off-Shore Cameron – a more fitting name than Cast-Iron, wouldn’t you agree? – wants  to spend millions of pounds of your money. 

    The swine has no principles.

    Sign up!




    • Penny 20:01 on April 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I’ve circulated this to all my friends in England and Scotland.


    • John Watson 09:50 on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      This petitioning had been on the go since late last year but it needed a kick-start and thanks to social media inclduing your blog, it rocketed to over 100,000 and MPs will be forced to pay attention now.
      Well done to all of you.


    • Pamela 13:15 on April 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Good news!
      I got an email saying our petition will be debated by Parliament on 9th May.
      We should all turn out and lobby our MPs.


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