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  • ross1948 13:30 on October 31, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Girton College, Hallowe'en, , silly woke wenches,   

    Girton Girlies Spooked By Trannies! 

    Harry Potter formal cancelled over inclusivity concerns

    The JCR had concerns over its association with JK Rowling’s views on transgender issues

    Girton College


    The Junior Common Room (bints who run the student social scene) have kow-towed to belly-aching from transfreaks…

    ….and fans thereof, by pusillanimously ‘re-theming’ their Hallowe’en formal knees-up…


    ….as ‘Spooktober!’

    It was held last week, the name-change surely another step downwards for a university that was once a wonder of the academic world, but…

    Free Cakes For Freaks? A New Cambridge Low! 

    …in recent years has been escalating ever deeper into decadence.



    Read the whole sick saga, replete with all the usual hogwash…

    …about ‘safe spaces’ for sexual aberrants!

    Here.. https://www.varsity.co.uk/news/24453
  • ross1948 17:25 on October 17, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: coloured 'isolation', Hallowe'en,   

    Yo, Seattle! Stick It Up Yer Pumpkin! 

    Almost every year, something crops up that requires me to write about Hallowe’en.

    Hallowe’en In Turdistan? 

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    Happy Hallowe’en! Watch Out For Witches…And Wewe Gombels! 


    Most of us kids in the good old Dominion of Canada looked forward eagerly to the big night…

    Pinko Killjoys Target Hallowe’en, Once Again! before the jackboot stomped!


    ….to what Scots kids call ” guisin’ ” – aka trick or treat –  it was fun.

    But now, in that cesspool of left wokery, Seattle, a pack of obnoxious brats have opted to use the harmless tradition…



    …as an excuse to re-establish racial segregation in their school, aka ‘to be isolated on campus!’

    Don’t believe that coloured kids would deliberately turn back the clock seven decades?


    Segregated water fountain..

    Read this, about a school run by lousy left woke-wets, from whose fragile shoulders some chips appear to have avalanched into the sad, sappy minds of their pupils.

    Historically, the Pumpkin Parade marginalises students of colour who do not celebrate the holiday. Specifically, these students have requested to be isolated on campus while the event took place,” a Seattle Public Schools spokesperson told KTTH Radio


    By ‘students of colour, ‘ of course, the dorky spokesperson means coloured students.

    But seriously?

    They want to ‘isolate?’

    In the Sixties, was that concept not known as ‘segregate?’

  • ross1948 17:34 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Hallowe'en, ,   

    Hallowe’en! Horrid Spectres Prowl! 


    Tonight is All Hallows Eve, and although pinko creeps in the English-speaking world have done their killjoy worst…

    Pinko Killjoys Target Hallowe’en

    ….to spoil what was always one of my favourite nights of the year, as the outlawed fun costumes above remind us…



    …true believers in unholy creatures will be on the look-out for horrid spectres, and lo…


    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey  – as grim, awful and grisly in his personal appearance as is his threat to democracy?


    I don’t know about unholy, but if they’ll settle for unwholesome, they probably won’t be disappointed.

    • Amanda Adams 18:08 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Gosh, Dorsey does look like a Tales From The Crypt star!


    • Rannie D 21:02 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Imagine if you’re a wee kid out guising, door to door, and THAT opened the door?
      I don’t know about kids but I’d run a mile!


    • Vicki 21:48 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It”s such a shame for the children that they are not allowed to trick or treat. It’s not as if that makes them any more or less’distanced’ than they are in school and parents are mostly around to see to it that they are safe.
      My friends in Scotland tell me it’s like living in a penitentiary there.


  • ross1948 16:33 on October 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hallowe'en, Wewe Gombel, Wicked Witches   

    Happy Hallowe’en! Watch Out For Witches…And Wewe Gombels! 


    Most Western readers will know what a Wicked Witch looks like.

    But here in Indonesia there are all kinds of unique spectres, including a scary, supernatural, female being…


    Image result for wewegombel


    …the Wewe Gombel!

    Parents tell stories about her to warn their errant children what might befall them if they stray too far.

    British readers may think they’ve seen her before…


    Fourth Reich Fan Shrill Soubry – WRONG, Again! 

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    Brexit – Shrill Soubry Pants For Stalin-Style Purge! 


    ….but methinks there’s only a similarity in appearance between the frightful spectre and the hideous harpy who’s often on the BBC!

    Abominable Anna doesn’t go out of her way to scare humans, as the Wewe Gombel does.

    With Shrill Soubry, it just comes naturallly!


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    • Noreen P 19:02 on October 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A wewe gombel? That’s a new way to describe Soubry.
      I would prefer some other choice adjectives and nouns but you can’t publish them.


    • Fred O 19:42 on October 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Soubry always reminds me of that song, about ‘old dogs and children and water-melon wine.’
      Not really about children or water-melon wine, to be honest. .


    • Jemmie Gourlay 16:40 on November 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The wewegombel looks much nicer than Soubry but so would a mandrill!


  • ross1948 08:35 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brock University, , costumes, Hallowe'en, ,   

    Hallowe’en No More – It’s Canada Thought-Police Day! 

    My post last night on the scary fairy gang… …has attracted many viewers, and some info I’d otherwise not have noticed.

    So the least I can do is post again, on what has become of the fun festival that delighted me as a lad in Perth County, Ontario, so many years ago.

    Well, it’s been outlawed altogether in one Winnipeg school.

    The date 31 October is now being celebrated as “tie and scarf” day, one of four themed costume days the school settled on instead of celebrating Halloween.



    But telling little children what to wear on Hallowe’en, or banishing the very name of the popular Canadian event from schools, is bad enough.

    University students, at least in my undergrad years, were meant to be encouraged to think for themselves.

    A tempora, a mores..Oh, for the good old days!



    Not in Canada, not any more!

    Brock University’s student union now vets the costumes of people attending their annual Halloween party and refuses entry to participants who don’t to comply with costume rules…


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    Last November, Queen’s University said it would investigate…

    ….after photos of students at a party dressed as Buddhist monks, Middle East sheiks and Vietcong, was published online, sparking controversy.


    OMG!    Whatever next?!?



    At Waterloo University, the student union has launched an “I am not your costume” social media campaign.




    One must, alas, expect such intolerant nonsense from student unions, but the first two police-state outbreaks were manifestations of college ADMINISTRATIONS.

    Even relatively rational critics of this hogwash are apparently kow-towing, like a Toronto Star writer named Kate Jaimet…


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    …whose article “The Halloween ethno-police frighten me”  was published after her four-year-old daughter was told she couldn’t dress as a “Native princess.”

    Yet instead of sticking to her guns, Jaimet crumbled after a scolding from a few Indians, some indigenous readers who explained to her why they felt the costume was inappropriate…



    “I’ve realised that…if agreeing that non-indigenous people shouldn’t dress up as indigenous people for Halloween is part of what it takes to have better race relations in this country, then I can accept that.



    She’s lovely, NOT OFFENSIVE!


    The Hell You Say!

    Free speech, free choice, get binned because some people are too hypersensitive to see a girl in a cute costume?




    It’s the uptights who are the threat to the true north strong and free, the Canada that still lives in many of our hearts.


    • Jasmine Goldie 09:02 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      SO TRUE!


    • Sean Kingston 09:17 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Thats modern Canada, all bow down and let the PC gang f— you over!


    • Pamela 23:22 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      This too deserves three cheers, or more.
      You have served Canada well today, Ross.


    • Mo Harrigan 15:44 on November 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      So Halloween has been gutted, our founding fathers have been denigrated, and we even had some millenial turncoats in a Maritime university refusing to celebrate Canada Day..
      Its time we took Canada back and kicked out those who hate our history and way of life.


    • Mort 09:23 on November 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      A little off-topic, I admit, but there’s a good article here – http://redalertpolitics.com/2017/10/31/frightening-halloween-costume-che-guevara-t-shirt/ – about the idiots who wear Guevara costumes on Halloween. It makes the point that even although .getting dressed up as a communist murderer is offensive to all thinking people, that’s no reason to ban it.
      Banning a little girl from trick or treating as an Indian princess is just stupid.


  • ross1948 00:37 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hallowe'en, ,   

    Hallowe’en In Turdistan? 

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    Would you let these trick-or-treaters across your doorstep?

    • Ronald Nelson 01:31 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      They are weird ass adults, NO!


    • Marty Nagel 07:24 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      We used to give the kids candy, nickels and dimes.
      With this bunch, maybe have to stock up on liquorice-flavoured condoms?


    • Jasmine Goldie 07:39 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for this.
      Not a lot to laugh about in Canada with The Turd in charge of our country but you managed to make us smile today.
      Thank you too for spelling Hallowe’en correctly, which almost nobody ever does anymore. I check – not the CBC nor the BBC.


    • hippiecowboy420 09:01 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yeah the lady on the left. 😉


    • Wes Costaine 09:05 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Can you imagine Diefenbaker, or even Mike Pearson, dragging the office of Prime Minister down to this level?


    • Pat Deloit 09:57 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I would say this must be a fake photo but knowing what kind of peculiar person Justin Turdo is I am hundred percent sure it is not.


    • Sandra Ross 12:26 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      HELL NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    • Erin Walker 22:33 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      woman on the left….Happy Halloween…lol


    • Pamela 23:20 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Well done, Ross. You have a lot of new people commenting so I felt like taking a break, but on second thoughts, I had to applaud your Hallowe’en jest.


    • Ati 07:02 on November 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Is it real foto or made by joker?


  • ross1948 00:55 on October 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , costume/culture, , Hallowe'en, Ohio State University, Washington State University   

    Pinko Killjoys Target Hallowe'en, Once Again! 

    And here we go again, infantile uptights into their annual whining exercise about Hallowe’en,

    A brief glance at previous years, like when the University of Florida offered ’24/7 counselling’ to students ‘troubled’ by somebody else’s Hallowe’en costume.

    “If you choose to participate in Halloween activities, we encourage you to think about your choices of costumes and themes,” the school wrote.

    “Some Halloween costumes reinforce stereotypes of particular races, genders, cultures, or religions. Regardless of intent, these costumes can perpetuate negative stereotypes, causing harm and offense to groups of people.”




    The Derangement of North America! 

    …reminds us that this is nothing new.

    But is it getting worse?

    Here are a couple of links from America, but first an extract from National Review’s article, loads of examples of Hallowe’en Stalinism…



    …schemes drawn up by students, academics and college administrators, none of whom would be any the worse for a brain transplant from a mentally retarded newt. .

    A campus magazine at Ohio State University has a similar flow chart this year, with a similar racial element.

    Again, white people cannot dress up as a person from another race, but non-white people may.


    This photo has no particular relevance, but she’s a yummy and if it annoys pinkos, all the better!


    So white kids can’t go trick or treating as complementary pairs of Cowboys and Indians? But black kids can?


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    Good old days indeed – look at those 1956 prices!


    And we mustn’t disrespect followers of Wicca?

    I thought Hallowe’en was a fun day for everyone – it used to be!

    The chart also adds a political element. It asks “Is it politically charged?” and, if the answer is yes, the next question is “Does it make fun of Donald Trump?” From there the only option is “yes,” and the result is “DO IT.” 


    And from Red Alert Politics, we learn of the sad situation in Washington State University, where some weirdo named Jayda Moore, a Social Justice Peer Educator from the school’s Diversity Education department…


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    …for pity’s sakes, do they actually hand out salaries for that kind of hogwash??…

    …warned against prospective costumes students may have planned on wearing, fearing that many can be perceived as “disrespectful” and even “harmful” to certain students on the Pullman campus.


     It’s about time for anyone so pathetically immature that they go into tantrum mode over somebody else’s Hallowe’en costume to…

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    • Randy 20:17 on October 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Reds no humor


    • Jasmine Goldie 07:42 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Its just as bad here in Ontario.
      Take a read at this.

      “. Canadian schools are wrestling with how to guide students and parents towards Halloween costumes that aren’t considered offensive or culturally insensitive.
      In early October, a Canadian school board emailed a checklist “Is my costume appropriate?” to parents planning their children’s Halloween costumes.
      Fuschia Martians, mythical creatures, and animals got the all clear.
      On the what not to wear list for 31 October – cowboy and Indian costumes….

      And a lot more.
      We are living in a sad, censorious society in this new millennium. ,


  • ross1948 08:08 on October 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hallowe'en   

    International Education Expo, Jakarta, 22 October 

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  • ross1948 09:57 on October 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hallowe'en, , , , , ,   

    Hallowe’en Horrors? But Are Target Toilets Scarier? 

    With  the approach of Hallowe’en, Americans tend to flock to shops for decorations and all the other eerie paraphernalia that are required properly to celebrate the annual ghostly-ghouly event.



    Costumes too, witches, zombies and vampires galore are in great demand.

    But these imaginary horrors are nothing compared to the nightmare threat…



    ….posed to women and children by chain-store Target’s eagerness to give perverts access to the wrong restrooms on their premises.


    So it’s timely to remind American readers of the admirable campaign mounted by the AFA against the irresponsible bosses whose frightening restroom and fitting room policy continues to put women and children’s safety at risk.

    For a year and a half, AFA has been encouraging shoppers to #BoycottTarget after the retailer publicized it would allow men free and unrestricted access into women’s fitting rooms and restrooms.

    In response, more than 1.5 million shoppers have signed the pledge to boycott Target stores…


    Target: A web of deception for women and children?

    We hope you will not be shopping at Target!

    As we have stated many times, our worries stem from both the real and potential threat that predators and voyeurs, or anyone with evil intentions, would take advantage of the Target bathroom policy to harm women and children –

    and we have plenty of incidents to show that they have.

    AFA has outlined just 10 examples that show why Target should immediately rescind its dangerous policy and keep men out of women’s bathrooms and dressing rooms.

    As long as Target continues to allow men free and unrestricted access into women’s dressing rooms and restrooms, these sexual violations against women and little girls will continue to occur.


    There are still people you know who are unfamiliar with Target’s dangerous policy. Will you help spread the warning and let your family and friends know about the Target boycott?

    1. Forward this information to friends and family. Invite them to sign the boycott pledge at http://www.afa.net/target.
    2. Call Target headquarters at 612-304-6073 and personally let them know you are boycotting their stores.
    3. Voice your concerns on Target’s Facebook page.
    4. Support our ongoing efforts to promote the Target boycott. Make your tax-deductible donation today!

    Happy to help out by promoting this message!

  • ross1948 00:04 on October 31, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Hallowe'en, , season of the witch   

    Hallowe’en In USA – The Season of the Witch? 

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    I used to love Hallowe’en when I was a kid – they do it much better in North America, and in those days nobody worried much about kids going to and fro after dark.

    Nor did we have imbeciles babbling bollox about who might erupt into tantrum-mode if you donned a sombrero or wore an Indian (NOT bloody ‘Native American’) war-bonnet.





    The neurotic nincompoop who invented the crack-pot catch-phrase ‘cultural appropriation’ was probably not even born back in those wholesome times.


    But back then we stuck to ACTUALLY appropriate costumes – good old-fashioned ghosts in sheets, and witches.

    Hallowe’en is about the supernatural, after all, the night before All Saint’s Day, when demonic activity abounds. A lot of us children believed ‘they’ might be out there in the dark! 

    Hence God-fearing parents would reassure us, as we toddled off, eagerly but yet warily, to trick-or-treat the neighbours…

    ..there were NO SUCH THINGS! 


    Little did we know that parents can be wrong.

    But no worries…just enjoy the party!



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