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  • ross1948 15:21 on November 3, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , glorification of terrorism,   

    Ulster’s Bad Neighbour – ‘A Sense Of Proportion?’ 

    So…sales of ‘republican merchandise have trebled?’

    Isn’t Eire wonderful, their lousy soccer ladies singing the praises of their country….



    …oops, no, in fact the praises of their country’s most infamous murder gang.


    What exactly are we talking about?


    “...a T-shirt bearing the slogan “Tiocfaidh ár lá”, and a badge showing a silhouette of armed militants in the back of a lorry featuring the Irish flag and the words “Irish Republican Army”.

    Oh, and ‘portraits!’

    Of whom?

    The republican rat, dead but unlamented, Martin ‘Murder’ McGuinness…

    Murder-Gangster McGuinness Is Dead! 

    ..a snip at €600.

    But don’t be vexed.

    Just be cool, because, after all, didn’t Blood Beast Adams…..



    …tell us that ‘there were people who saw the organisation as “freedom fighters, as people who suffered greatly, as people who had members killed on active service…



    You have to get some sense of proportion about all this,” he said.


    We know, despite BBC’s attempted cover-up…

    When the BBC first reported on the interview they didn’t feel O’Neill’s comments about there being “no alternate” to the IRA campaign were worth reporting.
    It took other news outlets to pick up on the line. Why?
    Because they knew it was unhelpful and the BBC is very much an actor in as well as a reporter on the process…

    …how Sinn Fein have told the world that their current leaders feel that the sectarian atrocities…



    …the IRA’s ethnic cleansing terror campaign, were justified.

    Glorification of the cowardly perpetrators is, however, evidently legal…

    …and the government in Dublin takes no steps to end that.

  • ross1948 13:37 on June 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , glorification of terrorism, , ,   

    Another Rat Joins McGuinness In Hell! Who’s Next? 

    Leading IRA figure Bobby Storey who escaped from Maze Prison dies..

    …Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald confirmed the news with “deep sadness…


    The evil bitch may well be sad, but millions of decent Brits will be pleased there’s one less Sinn Fein swine in the world!



    Now McGuinness has somebody else to talk to.

    Roll on the happy day when Blood-Beast Adams joins them!

     Terror Gang Leader Adams, Complicit in Child Molesting – ‘A Man Sent by God?’ 

  • ross1948 21:30 on May 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , glorification of terrorism, Queen’s University, ,   

    Belfast “Students” Fail Both Logic And Moral Phil! 

    When I was pursuing my university studies, my goal being an MA in Politics and Modern History –


    ( which I achieved after an enjoyable five years of anti-marxist activity in the field of student politics)


    – we undergrads were obliged to take additional subjects to ‘round out’ our courses.

    I chose Logic and Moral Philosophy, which were interesting.

    I passed both, BTW.

    Whether the disgusting official spokespersons of Belfast’s Queen’s University students, the Student Council, would pass any such tests must be deemed doubtful, after they voted – 23 to 16, with five abstentions – NOT to condemn terrorism.


    Criticism: Kenny Donaldson


    No wonder Kenny Donaldson, of Innocent Victims United, expessed disgust and dismay.

    The result is an insult to victims and survivors of ‘Troubles related violence’ from across our community who have suffered so grievously before most of these students came into this world….



    We are told that attitudes within our younger generation, those born post the Belfast Agreement, were changing, that they were becoming more progressive,” he said. “This result makes a lie out of that theory.”

    Nor was Mr. Donaldson the only public figure in Ulster publicly to abhor the moral vacuity of the QUB slugs.



    TUV leader Jim Allister weighed in with his analysis of the cop-out – a “telling indication of where that body currently is…”

    So readers are clear about what these ‘students’ failed, and there’s no excuse for their failure – to get about the very recent history of their own country…

    ….here is the wording of the resolution as reported.

    The motion, debated during an online meeting on Wednesday, asked members to “unreservedly condemn” all those who use terrorist acts of violence rather than peaceful means to advance their cause.


    It asked members to condemn the glorification of anyone involved in acts of violence or murder and that there should be a zero tolerance approach for violations of this policy.


    No way would that get through, if the ‘student council’ included vermin similar to those who were out celebrating Martin ‘Murder McGuiness’s birthday last weekend!

    In Ulster Today, Vermin Celebrate, Victims Remember! 

    Here’s what the QUB dog-turds had to say.

     “Councillors debated proposals on a range of issues, with general agreement on many proposals. However, in some cases the council could not agree a consensus on specific wording contained within some motions.

    “Notwithstanding any specific debate at our student council meetings, Queen’s Students’ Union remains committed to representing students, fostering an environment of inclusivity, creating a space where students can form communities, and have their voices heard.”

    Evidently, some students have formed ‘communities’ of terrorist sympathisers.


    Sinn Féin ‘Brits Out’ poster investigated by Queen’s University

    A stall featuring posters, one with the slogan, 'Brits Out'
    The poster was at a fresher’s fair for Queen’s University students

    Queen’s University have launched an investigation after criticism of an “offensive” poster displayed at a Sinn Féin fresher’s fair stall.



    But we knew that already!

    • Billy King 21:45 on May 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for using that wee bit of news that I sent, Ross.
      You don’t miss much but you write about so many things I wasnt sure you would have noticed what those idiots did.
      They have a cheek enrolling in a university named after Her Majesty The Queen.
      Personally, I believe that if they are republicans, Sinn Fein or some other brand, then they should be told to go and study in their republic down south.


  • ross1948 18:00 on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ‘Irish Unity’ parade, , glorification of terrorism, , Sean McIlvenna Republican Flute Band,   

    IRA Murder-Gang Fans March In British City? Stop Them! 

    Tomorrow, in a British city, at 3pm, overt supporters of the IRA are due to march, with the evident approval of the city authorities.


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    Glasgow City Chambers


    A public processions committee meeting at Glasgow City Council was also held after police raised concerns about the Calton Republicans event on September 7.

    Incredibly, some politicians in Scotland, instead of reviewing permissions policy on allowing Enemy Within vermin to stage processions, have declared that there is some sort of moral equivalence between loyal patriots on the one hand…


    The Evil Within

    …and foul fanatics who want British Ulster excised from the UK and put under the flag of anti-British Eire.

    The report above reveals that organisers of the disloyal parade had come under fire for including the Sean McIlvenna Republican Flute Band in the demonstation, but did not agree to the removal of the band from the parade, unlike the James Connolly Flute band last week. 

    There is reference to the nature of the SMRFB, viz. a Facebook post by the band in question…

    Police say the post – which reads “we are a IRA BAND NAMED AFTER A IRA VOLUNTEER” – shows “overt” support for a terrorist organisation.

    .”…it is imperative that all Republicans attend and show loyalists that Glasgow is our city and they will not dictate where we go and when.”


    Uppity scum.

    Somebody SHOULD ‘dictate’ where they go and when. Tell them to take a ship or a plane right away and sod off to Eire where they can live under the enemy flag they hold so dear.

    The next sentence is peculiar, to say the least.

    There are now fears that another counter protest could be held by loyalist groups in Glasgow.


    civilised man v savage

    If loyal citizens show up, I hope the police take action – not to harass the loyal citizens but to stop republican pollution of Glasgow.


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    • Malcolm Sutherland 20:21 on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You should have made clear that Glasgow has an SNP run city council.
      The separatists are not all republicans but a lot of them are.


    • Billy King 20:52 on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I hope our Scots brothers and sisters ‘gie them a right doin!’


    • Jock Tamson 14:59 on September 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Sturgeon is now trying to shut down people criticising Glasgow Council.
      One local Tory spoke some sense, that it was daft to let a crowd of Sinn Fein sympathisers march in Govan on a day that Rangers were playing Celtic. Sturgeon told the Tory, don’t make this about politics.
      Typical SNP, if you don’t agree with what they say, you should just shut up.
      Brave New Scotland


  • ross1948 19:25 on June 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , glorification of terrorism, , , , UUP Doug Beattie,   

    Varadkar, The Latest Exemplar Of Ulster's Eternal Enemy! 

    Good for Ulster’s most forthright defender, TUV leader Jim Allister..


    ..who has denounced the latest manifestation of the disloyal minority’s treasonous recidivism as “sick and insulting”. https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/varadkar-endorsing-ira-terrorists-by-opening-west-belfast-festival-1-8525173

    Take this vile show, in Andersonstown Social Club.

    ‘The Great Escape’. This will see leaders of the 1983 Maze Prison jailbreak – in which 38 IRA prisoners escaped and a prison officer died – recount the event.

    Or this, due in August!

    ‘From Guerrilla War to Government –The Ballymurphy Story Tour!’

    Another good man, Ulster Unionist MLA Doug Beattie, refutes the title, rightly saying that the ‘guerilla war’ referred to in the programme “amounted to the murder of men, women and children….purely by the wording you get a sense that it is glorifying and romanticising terrorism.

    And guess who came mincing into Ulster from his foreign realm down south to open the programme of events.


    Hasil gambar untuk varadkar gerry adams

    Leo Varadkar, Eire’s ‘gay’ leader


    Mr Beattie recognises that “by opening the programme, he is endorsing the programme.

    “The promotion of terrorism is wrong and he should reconsider.”


    Sensible sentiments echoed by TUV’s Jim.

    Varadkar’s opening of the festival was “grossly insulting to victims of IRA terrorism….



    …given the nature of the event…an event which commemorates and celebrates a terrorist ‘success’ in this fashion is sick and insulting.

    “Once again the concerns of victims have been forgotten about.”

    “It would do no harm for the Irish Government to, for once, think about the concerns and feelings of innocent victims.“


    But why would Dublin’s annexationist in-crowd ever do that, Jim?

    They are currently using Brexit to pursue their endless political war against the British people of Ulster’s right to self-determination…


    …a goal they share whole-heartedly with the most evil men on the island of Ireland.

    But one question. I thought May’s government was meant to be taking action against those who glorify terrorism?

    Does that only apply to Islamists?

    If it is aimed at ALL terrorism, why have these disgusting events in Belfast not been shut down and its promoters arrested?

    • Billy King 19:52 on June 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Excellent, Ross, we all feel like Jim does.
      All their talk about their ‘peace process’ and they still love to glory in the murders they committed against us.


    • Vanessa 21:04 on June 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your final question is what hits hardest because we know Theresa May is not serious about fighting either form of terrorism.
      She is presiding over an open-arms welcome to ‘British’ ISIS adherents who should never be let back into Britain except to mount a gallows platform.
      Now we are reading about these outrages in Belfast, which are very clearly glorifying the IRA terror campaign.
      May’s failure to ban them (and detain the organisers) shows she is as soft on the IRA as she is on ISIS.
      She has to go.


    • Fiona 01:17 on June 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Theresa May has given hundreds of followers of the ISIS caliphate permission to come back to our country so she is not going to do anything about admirers of IRA terrorism in Ulster.
      She is no better than Corbyn and should not be described as conservative.
      I hope she is forced out of Downing Street sooner rather than later.


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