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  • ross1948 17:05 on June 25, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Guardian elitists,   

    Waitresses Urge Commonwealth To Oppose Rwanda Plan! 


    Waitresses Urge Commonwealth To Oppose Rwanda Plan!

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    Not precisely the headline ( or photo!) in the Guardian  but then that’s the difference between my blog and elitist left media.

    It wouldn’t occur to me to consider the opinions of less than two dozen people engaged in any particular occupation as headline-worthy, or in any way more significant than anyone else’s.

    Yet the Guardian very clearly thinks very differently…

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    David Harewood, Lemn Sissay and Sophie OkonedoLike, who the hell are they, and who the hell do they think they are?

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    …..elevating the above nobodies ( in their photo) to some sort of special status, despite the obvious truth that being a ‘celebrity’ makes one an expert in nothing….

    • – apart from being celebrities!-

    …. at least nothing to do with migration policy.

    Stars urge Commonwealth to oppose UK plan to send refugees to Rwanda

    Celebrities including Sophie Okonedo and David Harewood say scheme shows ‘colonial view’ of Africa…

    Never heard of that pair!

    The letter – signed by more than 20 high-profile celebrities including Olivia Colman, David Harewood, Robert Rinder, Emma Thompson, Sophie Okonedo, Lemn Sissay and Benjamin Zephaniah  – continued:

    WAIT FOR IT!

    “The prospect of being transported to Rwanda, and African countries like it, is enough to put off even the most desperate people fleeing war and persecution from coming to the UK.”

    That rot confirms one’s suspicion that the signatories are profoundly ignorant on the issue…

    …since the illegals at whom the Rwanda plan is aimed are NOT fleeing from any danger…

    …but from a country where millions of Brits have long enjoyed happy holidays!

    And what about this?

    “This tells us much about the British government’s colonial and insulting view of Africa, as a place that is no better than a dumping ground for things – in this case people – it considers a problem.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jun/25/stars-urge-commonwealth-to-oppose-uk-plan-to-send-refugees-to-rwanda

    In fact, for many decades, the UK encouraged enterprising young Brits to settle in Africa, not in any sense ‘dumping’ them.

    See the source image

    ‘The Last Rhodesians’ – A New Book Coming Soon! 

    …but making good use of lands where they created real prosperity, until, admittedly  the Mother Country let them down

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    PS  Okay, I own up.

    I have heard of Emma Thompson..

    If Emma‘s Coming For Xmas Dinner, Lock Up Yer Pets! 

    ….and expect no better of that daft old bat.

     
    • Uncle Oz 13:03 on June 26, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      I get the point. we have been talking about this over a very late brunch and it is so annoying, these self-important celebrities who think their opinion matters more than working people. Catch the Guardian giving me or my mates a headline for what we think!

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  • ross1948 14:30 on February 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Guardian elitists, , Roy Greenslade Sinn Fein/IRA   

    Guardian Sinn Fein Fan Exposes Media Migrant Cover-Up! 


    It just goes to show that even the far-left Guardian can (inadvertently) do something useful.

    https://www.theguardian.com/media/2020/jan/26/migrants-are-off-the-agenda-for-the-uk-press-but-the-damage-is-done

    I mean, how many of us, of you, know that the once fervently patriotic Express has been absorbed into the longstandingly leftwing Mirror media stable?

    Who among us knows that the current editor of a once hard-hitting Tabloid is more ‘responsible’ (Guardian-speak for left/liberal) than his predecessor?

    I suppose I should  – but I honestly don’t have the time, and certainly no resources, to dig out these surely important shifts in the balance of UK hackery.

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    But the creep who wrote for The Guardian last week has plenty of resources.

    Strangely, The Guardian has not put their usual little paragraph anywhere on its page to tell us who Roy Greenslade is.

    If you chase it down, it only records that he was Mirror editor, for barely a year, 1990-91. And that he’s a professor!

    So I investigated, and learned that Greenslade is worse than almost all the other pinko creeps who are given a platform there.

    He’s indeed a professor!

    But that’s not what makes him despicable, though it makes one despise the City University, which employs him.

    Greenslade is a big fan of the IRA murder-gang’s political wing, Sinn Fein.

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    He’s a gutless scumbag too, because when he wrote for the vermin party’s rag, An Phoblacht, he didn’t even have the guts to do so under his own name.

    During the late 1980s, when he was managing news editor of The Sunday Times, he secretly wrote for An Phoblacht, a newspaper published by Sinn Fein. His pseudonym was George King. This was exposed….he did not deny his writings for An Phoblacht. 

    Greenslade also spoke at a Sinn Féin conference in London on the 30th anniversary of the hunger strikes, and he wrote an article on the same subject for An Phoblacht.

    This dirty swine is also a ‘close personal friend’ of Pat Doherty, who from 1988 until 2009 was vice president of Sinn Féin, and who has been publicly named as a former member of the IRA Army Council. 

    Oh, and Greenslade also stood surety for IRA member John Downey, one of the suspects in the 1982 bombing of Hyde Park which killed 4 soldiers.

    Traitor Downey Deserves Not Bankruptcy But An Abattoir! 

    OTR Sinn Fein pig, Patrick Downey – see the previous story here-

    UK – Dirty Deal With Terrorists Exposed! 

    John Downey is a piece of filth, whom we have discussed before.

    So his bigot buddy Greenslade is not somebody any decent person would let in the front door.

    However, his sicko Sinn Fein connections are not what he wrote about last week.

    He was musing on the fact that in 2016, some 56% of Britons thought immigration was the most important issue facing Britain. Result: Brexit. Now, with papers no longer headlining immigration, it’s only 20%..

    The Sinn Fein fan’s simplistic conclusion that Brexit was the ‘result’ of public concern about ‘immigration’ is just that -simplistic!

    It ignores the fact that people like self-government.

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    It ignores the resentment felt daily by Brits who had to walk past signs saying this or that was funded by EUSSR money, when any educated Brit knew their money had been filched, recycled, and a little bit returned with the unpleasant blue/yellow tag attached.

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    Crossmaglen feature<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> see Philip Bradfield story<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Picture Gavan Caldwell
    Looks Like a Cross Between a Werewolf and an Ape – Is It Adams or McGuinness?
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    One speculates how much Greenslade appreciated that vile Crossmaglen monument to vermin which was – or was it? – an ‘EU’ funded project.

    But skip all that for the moment!

    Greenslade’s figures on the media coverage are useful. So too is the media collage used by the Guardian to illustrate the Sinn Fein fan’s scribbling…

    …which reaches a nadir with his blaming of postwar governments for not getting tiresomely country-loving Brits to appreciate ‘why a multicultural society should be embraced’ –

    Like, uh, yeah, why?

    As illustrated by the multiplicity of grooming gangs in Rotherham and other British cities?

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    By denying the electorate access to the negative impact of ‘migrants’ on society, these contemptible newspapers have lulled people’s legitimate anxieties about the problems that plague Britain, or any country afflicted by the importation of largely unvetted aliens.

    Greenslade acknowledges that popular resistance is still out there, among the un-indoctrinated… – though he calls it ‘prejudice’ ( a misuse of that word, because ‘prejudice’ means prejudging, adopting a position on a phenomenon you’ve not experienced –

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    ….so Greenslade evidently doesn’t grasp how many Brits are fully aware of how their liberties and ways of life have been marginalised by multi-cult?

    Yet  the resistance, whines the rat-fan, is only there because of that failure, by government and collabo media…

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    …to brain-wash and brow-beat – ‘explain to’ – the people that they don’t know what’s good for them.

     
  • ross1948 18:32 on November 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: film reviews, Guardian elitists, Last Christmas,   

    ‘Last Christmas?’ If A Guardian Snob Dislikes It, Let’s Go Watch! 


    I like going to the movies, not every week but when there’s something worth a look.

    My Wallow In The Swamp of Moral Depravity!

    …that was me watching ‘Sniper,’ after mocking  how pinko twits failed to appreciate it –

    …..

    A good action film, a spy story, Westerns – that’s my preferred fare, but if you’re taking an Indonesian and she revels in the local horror or plain silly romantic stuff…

    Torrents Of Tears! London Love Story 3 

    …no worries.

    In contrast, the kind of movies that win awards at the Cannes Film Festival would make me nod off or walk out.

    Can It, Cannes-Lefts! 

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    Creeps – “Good Acting” Not Enough To Earn Acting Award! 

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    Cannes 2019: jury speaks out against ‘rage and anger’ of populist politicians

    Jury president Alejandro González Iñárritu takes aim at Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant policies…

    They’re made by elitists for elitists, as we have noted in the past.

    Elitists, it goes without saying, look down on normal people and on the films normal people enjoy. They never had a good word to say for John Wayne….

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    ….and I doubt they would even think about entering a cinema showing the late Charles Bronson’s mostly great Death Wish series, or Bruce Willis’s more recent version…

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    I’m moved to comment thus as a result of reading the Guardian – a news medium which exemplifies elitism – in which ‘Last Christmas,’ –  the current Festive Season special – is lambasted by some dork whose name I’ve never seen before and forgotten already, as ‘a schlockfest…’

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    I assume that is some sort of American slang, meaningless to the average non-American, but Dorko graciously explains its meaning –

    The film ‘is bad. Oh, it’s bad!’

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    Who says?

    Why Dorko, of course, and his fellow Guardian dorks, but…

    …and this is the thing…NOT Mr.and Mrs. Normal Brit.

    Nor indeed by their counterparts in the USA.

    In its first week of release, it has knocked Joker, the first film in a decade to hold the No 1 spot for six weeks, off the top spot at the UK box office.

    And it’s doing very well across the pond too.

    So it’s actually NOT bad, but in fact very good, self-evidently, because the man and woman in the street reach into their pockets and purses and pay for tickets to watch it.

    Dorko knows this. He writes that

     audience opinions differ greatly from those of critics. Its user score on Rotten Tomatoes is currently 81% (against a 48% critics’ score)….  

    In other words, Dorko has been talking rot.  

    His opinion is worth neither more nor less than anyone else’s.

    In fact, it might not be unfair to say that the opinions of ‘critics’ are worth less than normal folks’ opinions, because critics allegedly get to watch for free – with free drinks and snacks to boot!

    Fancy-pants free-loaders!

    Predictably, Dorko doesn’t allow for the fact, that with 81% saying good against 48% not, the dorks of this world might just be wrong.

    Far from it!

    But it is bad. It is not only one of the worst films of the year, it’s possibly one of the worst films … ever?’

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    I shall try to make time this coming week to go and see it – if Dorko thinks it’s bad, it must be good!

     
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