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  • ross1948 04:25 on April 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Green Party,   

    It’s Time To Rally Behind the Green Party! 


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    Even an APRIL Fool wouldn’t get taken in to that extent!

    • Joe Webster 13:52 on April 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Have you read their policies?


    • Eddie Richard 14:09 on April 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You almost had me fooled. But that was because i just woke and thought i must have the wrong blog.
      Nice one, mate!


    • Billy King 15:04 on April 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I hope you’re not talking about Sinn Fein!
      Very funny, Ross.


  • ross1948 16:39 on February 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: air passengers, , , , Green Party, , ,   

    After Charlie? Air France Can’t Yet Share Terror Info With Cops? MEP Madness! 

    First proposed in 2011 and then blocked two years later by MEPs in the civil liberties committee, the bill requires airlines to hand over details like travel dates, travel itinerary, ticket information, contact details, the travel agent at which the flight was booked, means of payment used, seat number and baggage information.  MEPs break deadlock on airline passenger bill – EUobserver

    • terrorism
    • So Ryan Air, Qantas, Air France, etc, are free to delight in perusing this info, but the security services may not? Until now, maybe, if the Strasbourg idiots don’t make more trouble.
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    • And those ‘civil liberties’ nitwits have held up action for four years, because they question need?
    • Maybe it wouldn’t have made any difference, maybe a little, or maybe a lot. Whichever, there’s nothing that impinges on liberty about any of those details listed above. No honest citizen would object to collection or retention of such information.


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    These MEP crackpots need their heads read. And the craziest crackpots are the Greens, who have decreed that the progress made is “a carte blanche to scale-back personal freedoms”.

    And almost needless to saythe European Court of Justice is identified as a villain in the tale. In a separate ruling, last year, those clowns outlawed the indiscriminate data collection of people not suspected of any crime…


    If you’re not GUILTY of any crime, you have nothing to fear!

    But the report suggests the same court might again reconsider whether the proposed law violates those rights. If it does, the Court may decide to scrap the law altogether.


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    • France, not surprisingly after the Charlie Hebdo atrocity, appears to be the driving force for sanity in this…
    • …and also  on the Schengen system. That sets out minimum and random checks on EU citizens leaving or entering the EU.   France reckons EVERYONE should have to face checks. But the Brussels Commissars are giving this a  a cool reception. 
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    • And thus France, which would be quite capable of defending its own citizens if free to do so, is hog-tied by the supranational albatross it has around its neck.


  • ross1948 22:34 on January 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Green Party, , Matthew Richardson, , ,   

    For Pity’s Sake, UKIP, Stop Grovelling! 

    That MEP defection does indicate a need closely to peruse the motives and backgrounds of UKIP candidates.

    I have a feeling Cast-Iron Cameron may soon enough have cause to regret his ready embrace of Amjad Bashir, but the recent ‘purging’ of the Essex man simply for upsetting poofters (by calling them exactly that) suggests there’s amnesia high up in the party.

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    Have they forgotten that they surged not just because of the EUSSR but because British people are sick and tired of PC intolerance?

    Free speech has been progressively stamped out by ‘progressives,’ the left-lib elite who run all three establishment parties.  And that intolerance is poisoning UKIP too, as Matthew Richardson’s pathetic grovelling confirms.

    He’s one of Farage’s right-hand men, and UKIP party secretary. He should be replaced by somebody with a bit more backbone, after his ridiculous ‘apology’ to ‘trans-sexual’ freaks. He merely described them as ‘she-males.’

    Which is what they are.

    And he told some sensible Americans that the NHS should not help people who needed gender reassignment surgery. 


    For a start, they don’t NEED anything of the sort.

    People with cancer or TB or arthritis etc. NEED treatment, and deserve to get it. No resources should be wasted on making freaks feel good about their maladjusted personas. If some charity wants to give them psychological counselling to cure their maladjustment, okay.

    But not on the tax-payers’ tab.

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    • Health services, like all services, work on limited funding. Pandering to trannies by snipping off their bits and pieces is a disgraceful waste of money. If you ask normal people, likely the vast majority would agree.

    But not Richardson, not these days. Now he has u-turned quite despicably. His views on trans people had changed, he whined to the media. “That kind of thing is not acceptable. I had forgotten that I had said that, and I am horrified 6 years later that I did.” 



    Next he’ll be telling us that ‘discrimination’ against such creatures is wrong, that if a boss wants to hire a secretary and has two candidates, a cute gal and a repulsive stubbly bloke in drag and lipstick, whose typing skills are better, the boss should be prosecuted if he employs the girl!

    One expects PC inquisitions from the Green Party, where an outbreak of common-sense was zapped promptly and the sinner forced to repent in similar terms.  

    All he’d said was “Imagine that some people regard themselves within themselves as disabled, as missing a limb,” he wrote, suggesting that people should not be “forced” to recognise transwomen as women.

    “Are disabled people obliged to regard those people as already part of the disabled community? I would suggest: obviously not.”   http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/rupert-read-green-party-candidate-apologises-for-offending-transgender-people-9997956.html

    Plain common sense, clearly inadmissible in Green circles.

    But people expect a defence of traditional values from UKIP.

    If Farage’s team continue to let down decent folk, they may find support will disappear, like snow off a dry stone wall in springtime, when it’s time for votes to be cast.

    • Freddy G. Scouser 14:17 on January 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Too right, mate, a lot of us are fed up with Farage’s trying to make nice with the Guardian, the Independent, the BBC, when he has to know all of them will hate us regardless.
      Richardson had the balls to tell the truth six years ago. At what point since then was he castrated?
      And by who?


    • Madge G 14:24 on January 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      As a UKIP family, we all agree with you. We have put in a huge amount of hard work for the party but it’s depressing to read that Richardson’s so out of touch with the grass-roots. I am emailing Nigel Farage to say so but I wonder if he still listens to the likes of us.
      It’s all spin for him since he got the scent of power.
      It stinks!


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