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  • ross1948 18:59 on December 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    How Dare They Carp At Bangladesh? 


    Rights groups are claiming refugees are being moved against their will!’


    Bangladesh is far from being a rich country.


    • oooooooooooooooooooooooooo


    Yet it has spent $400 MILLION dollars providing housing, hospital and schools for Rohingya ‘refugees,’ who are NOT Bangladeshis, who crossed the border from Myanmar, who claim to be citizens of Myanmar, and thus have no right to dictate where Bangladesh puts them!

    The Bangladeshis have no way of knowing what manner of people have come into their country.

    Some Rohingya may be harmless.

    But as we have noticed…

    …many are not!

    And yet insolent UN upstarts have added their voices to sticky-beak ‘NGO’ natterjacks, in feigned outrage at the uninvited aliens being removed from the mainland without those uninvited aliens’ CONSENT?

    My advice to Bangladesh?


    Having got that off my chest, shouldn’t Britain’s Priti Patel be studying the island idea?

    It’s not as though we haven’t already drawn such a possibility to the UK Government’s attention.





    The sheer sanity of keeping crimmigrants confined somewhere where  they can’t molest European women or drive trucks into Christmas shoppers is so self-evident, it’s no wonder it keeps emerging as a talking point. 

    Our ‘Asylum Island’ Idea Catches On…in Germany! 


    • Tam Birnie 20:11 on December 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Perfect idea.
      Rockall would suit them.
      A week on there and they’d be begging for a flight home.
      We have quite a few islands, unoccupied, easily guarded by armed patrol boats.
      If the UN sticks its nose in, bite it off.


    • Keith Milner 02:25 on December 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Australia had some UN vultures pecking away at the illegal immigration issue a few years ago.
      Better off out of the UN and all its spin-offs.


    • Newton 14:02 on December 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      There’s an island in Scotland, in Loch Lomond, I think, which was made uninhabitable for years by chemical warfare experiments.
      Any suggestions for its use?


  • ross1948 13:58 on November 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Javanese Voices Heard – ‘No Fanatics, Thanks!’ 

    In Kendal, not the English Lake District area but the Indonesian regency, in Central Java, there’s a man named Nanang Supriyanto.

    He’s the coordinator of Kendal Community Alliance and this week he was speaking to other citizens concerned about the antics of Rizieq the Fanatic, who has rarely been out of the news here…


    The Fanatic Returns! Indonesian “Scholar” Offers Warm Welcome!

    …since his return from Saudi Arabia.

    Nanang Supriyanto didn’t mince his words!

    There are many scholars and ulama who always give lectures in a polite and cool manner.

    Unlike Habib Rizieq, who always speaks in a provocative tone that can cause division in the Republic of Indonesia.’



    Kendal rejects Rizieq!


    That Kendal demo was on Tuesday, and the crowd who cheered his words dispersed peacefully at the request of police concerned over the distance rules prescribed against the Chinese Virus.

    No childish anger against law enforcement.

    As Pak Nanang said,.“We fully support the steps taken by the TNI-Polri in upholding the rule of law, especially against HRS….”

    He said they didn’t want Rizieq in their part of Indonesia.

    We hope that people throughout Indonesia will also take action like this,” he added.

    Their demo sounds like it was not just responsible but fun, too!

    The demonstration was followed by a theatrical action which tells of Habib Rizieq coming to Kendal and being rejected by the Kendal people….



    …the crowd then carried a float of a poster with a picture of Habib Rizieq to the Kendal River…

    Kendal is far from unique.



    In Bandung, West Java, an enthusiastic crowd burned Rizieq propaganda material.

    Here’s a link to a video. https://jabar.inews.id/video/video-massa-di-bandung-bakar-poster-habib-rizieq-depan-dprd-jabar

    This is all a reflection of widespread concern over the behaviour of Rizieq and his vigilante gang, expressd in forthright terms, so different from mealy-mouthed ‘intellectuals!’

    Good Job Well Done! Yet Jakarta NGO Nags Find Fault? 

    More about all this tomorrow…and the next day!

    • JazPen 19:43 on November 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Keep it up, Ross.
      There is not enough coverage of what the good Indonesians are doing.
      Too much attention to the bad ones.


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