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  • ross1948 3:06 pm on September 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , BBC unsubstantiated smear, , , Glasgow Celtic, , , sectarian politics   

    BBC Spread Unsubstantiated Anti-Orange Slurs 


    It’s very strange to read that in Scotland, ‘police have condemned “outbreaks of racist and sectarian singing” by some of those attending Orange Order processions in Glasgow

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-58608676

    I can remember talking to a prominent Scots Orangeman, back when I lived in The Old Country…

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    …and how pleased he was that a parade he’d been part of had included a contingent of Ghanaians.

    There was no problem even entered his mind that his local band would be side by side with black African men.

    But perhaps ‘racist’ in the vocabulary of Police Scotland now has nothing to do with race?

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    It’s hard to figure out, because the BBC fail to quote whatever shocking slogan or song it might be that got the rozzers’ knickers in a twist.

    To be frank, Police Scotland’s not an organisation one can much respect.

    Glasgow Cops Appease Pro-Crimmigrant Mob

    Their behaviour, as reported in local media, has been nothing short of despicable.

    As for ‘sectarian,’ well…

    Some rude remarks have been heard, from time to time, on or about the Twelfth of July, regarding the Bishop of Rome, ‘whom some call Pope.’

    Hmm!

    I rather liked the Polish Pope, who was instrumental in freeing his brave nation from the evil of communism.

    Yet I can see no reason at all not to heap insults on the current pontiff.

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    Who cares about the women and girls of Europe – crimmigrants come first!’…not the Argie’s actual words, but what they mean in practical terms. 

    Dope! “Prioritise Migrants’ Dignity Over National Security

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    The Argie Dope is IMHO an S. O. B.

    One other thought occurs to me, on that ‘racist’ rubbish.

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    Perhaps the cops took exception to comments from some Orange marchers about Eire and/or the significant element of its population whom I recently described as ‘morally vacuous cretins?’   

    A Grain Of Sense, Down South In Eire?

    Eire is an alien and hostile country, much as Nazi Germany once was.

    While it would be quite wrong to abuse individual Eire citizens…

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    …just as it would have been wrong to blame individual Germans for Hitler’s misdeeds, patriotic Brits should be entitled to disaparage such a bad neighbour, and the thousands of its citizens who vote Sinn Fein.

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    Legitimate disparagement of a known enemy is NOT ‘racist!’

     

     

     
  • ross1948 12:05 pm on January 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , FTP, Generation of 1968, Glasgow Celtic, Glasgow Rangers, , , satire, , trotskyite,   

    Francis’ Tantrum-Pandering – FTP? 


    Just idling at home while the tukang repairs my roof against the hellish rainy season.

    kapal api

     Enjoying a few cups of Kapal Api, certainly the best instant coffee in Indonesia.

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    You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”

    Well, of course you can. And do. It may well be rude, obnoxious, even, but that’s what free speech, especially satire, is all about. Same with Irish jokes, or jibes about cheap-skate Scots. Some folks get ratty about people dissing their religions, others about dissing their countries.

    Big deal!

    Scrooge_mc_Duck_full_color_by_MacOneill Scrooge McDuck

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    • With those nine words above, Pope Francis betrays the West’s free speech heritage.

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    • Does this old Argie’s pandering to intolerance represent Christendom – what’s left of it?

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    What a miserable performance, especially when we think back to the Polish Pope who did so much to bring down a supranational ideology, not Jihadism then, but Communism, which menaced liberty.

    IMHO, the current Head of State of the Vatican City isn’t fit to wash the socks of the man from Krakow.

    It has been put to me that my outrage at the Charlie Hebdo atrocity rings oddly, given that the victims were so at odds with my stance on other issues. The older men murdered were said to be part of the Generation of 1968, the riotous Left who assailed European society when they and I were students.

    We of the Counter-Revolution met them head on, though of course I was not in Paris, but elsewhere, clashing with their local counter-parts.

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    Ah yes, I remember it well.

    But to see them brutally murdered by the sectarian tantrum troupe was frightful.

    Francis’s simple-minded likening of wholesale slaughter to his punchy response to a slur on his mummy was simply that.

    Simple-minded, and simplistic.

    Scots Tories Imploding, Lesbian Leader in 'IRA' Row  Glasgow Celtic fanatics forget soccer, endorse terror

    The sort of thing a Catholic Glasgow Celtic supporter might say to justify lashing out at a Protestant Glasgow Rangers supporter who had confronted him yelling ‘FTP!’

    The Celtic man could have more rationally reacted by yelling ‘FTMOTGAOTCOS!’ -a similarly anatomically unpleasant exhortation against the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.

    But let that pass.

    A more serious critique of the mass revulsion provoked by the massacre appears in LSN https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/supporting-charlie-hebdo-is-contrary-to-the-only-true-weapon-we-have-against – a well-argued denunciation of a blatantly Trotskyist, obscene, blasphemous, and ugly magazine,  written by their Paris correspondent Jeane Smits.

    I’d not entirely disagree with her description, but I don’t agree with her conclusion, that the mockery of religions should be the boundary fence at which freedoms stop.

    Many left-libs might describe my blog as a blatantly conservative, obscene, anti-Islamist, and ugly blog.

    Should I therefore be censored, prosecuted, injured or killed?  

    Mais non!

    The Forces of Darkness seeking to impose their jihadist diktats on Europe must not be permitted to alter ANYTHING about what European peoples do or say.

    They have no right to do so.

     

    out with them

    That is for the peoples of Europe to decide, no business of aliens, who are free to abhor aspersions cast against any aspect of their beliefs, and to refrain from posting cartoons of whomsoever, but who are NOT forced to live in civilised democracies if they don’t like it.

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    • Lairedion 4:34 am on January 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      What would you expect from Pope Francis? Condoning mockery of religion, including his own?

      That wouldn’t go well with Catholics worldwide. The RC Church, with its unique position as having a sovereign state, is not a democracy but a hierarchy and as such can never be a representative of the West’s free speech heritage.

      Furthermore I think it’s unfair to compare him with John Paul II. Back then, the world stage was far less complicated. Communism was the great enemy, even to the extent the West silently supported any anti-Communist nation or group, including Fascists in Latin America and the emerging Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan fighting the Soviet Union. I grant Pope John Paul II for being influential in freeing Eastern Europe, including his homeland Poland, from the horrors of Communism but for Francis the circumstances are much more difficult and challenging.

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