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  • ross1948 16:42 on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Eire’s Snout In EU Trough – Vile Varadkar Exploits A Mess He Made Himself! 


    Dublin will seek hundreds of millions of euros in emergency aid from Brussels if the UK crashes out of the EU in March without a deal..

    Like most mainstream media, EUObserver slants its reporting with Europhiliac catch-phrases…


    …’crashes out’ instead of ‘clean break,’ but never mind.

    Varadkar’s Agriculture Minister Michael Creed has given us a very rough estimate of how much the parasite republic aims to gouge from other countries’ tax-payers.


    “You’re looking at hundreds of millions here. Between the beef industry and the fishing industry we’re talking mega-money.” .



    • Billy King 19:55 on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Parasite republic, yes, you always choose just the right way to say things, Ross.
      Dublin has so much blood on its hands, and still they want to soak our taxes too, and not just ours.
      Iwonder if the French and Germans really get what sort of a country they are in bed with.


      • Aileen Cranworth 21:13 on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I think the French and Germans know very well what Dublin’s policy is and always has been.
        Eire has always been our enemy and always will be. That suits Brussels because it gives them a knife to stick in Britain’s back.
        I would like to see a great big wall along the border and the ones in Belfast that dont like it to be shipped south to live in the republic they say they always dream of.


    • Vernon S 22:09 on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Vile is a very good word for Varadkar, and not only for his political leanings.
      Its not just him though.
      None of the Eire leaders nor decades, not ever, have ever had any serious differences with Sinn Fein-IRA except intactics and timing.
      It was just this past few days that John Bruton was bickering at Sinn Fein for not turning up at Westminster to help keep the UK under EU control. He called them the ‘Irish nationalist’ voice that he wanted to join in the anti – Brexit plotting.
      Differ in details but singing with the one song-sheet, same old goal, get Ulster under Dublin rule.


  • ross1948 18:06 on June 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    One BIG BENEFIT Of A Hard Border? 

    If you or I knew where a terrorist on the run was lurking and failed to report such info to the police, we would quite rightly be arrested.

    If you saw a burglar climbing out your neighbour’s window and never let on, would you not at the very least be subject to some serious questioning?


    Gambar terkait

    You’d certainly be seen as social lepers by your community.


    SO WHY does the same principle not apply to rats drawing  handsome salaries from the pockets of UK tax-payers, who can identify law-breakers and report their whereabouts…



    …but who engage in deliberate cover-ups to protect the swine from arrest and punishment for breaking the law.


    Hamid – not his real name – paid smugglers £10,000 to make the journey. He said the Irish route drew less police attention than entering the UK via London or Kent….To board the flight to Dublin, Hamid used a genuine Greek passport that had been fraudulently obtained by the smugglers. 

    “When I got on the plane I was not worried,” he said.   https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-44336357.

    Gambar terkait

    Yes, I have made the point about BBC collaboration and cover-up more than once before now.

    Boo-Hoo! BBC Snivels for Illegals ALMOST Corralled by Turks! 

    Again, BBC Fails To Warn Police of Criminality On Turkish Shore! 

    BBC Covers For Crimmigrant Smugglers – Fire Them! 

    But until the authorities take action and charge these media rats with aiding and abetting, I make no apologies for making the point again, and again, and again.


    A quite different question also requires to be asked.

    If this ‘new Irish route’ is going to serve as a funnel for lying alien fake ‘refugees…’


    Hasil gambar untuk hard border



    • Billy King 19:23 on June 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We have enough terrorists of the Dublin fifth column variety already here in Ulster. We have no need at all for their islamist twin souls coming in across the border from Eire.
      Good points as usual, Ross.


    • Noreen Pateron 21:02 on June 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      To be totally truthful, Ross, sometimes I comment here just to make sure you know you have faithful followers. You do a good job with the things you say and even if I am not always 100% in agreement, not a great deal of need for extra comments from me, at least.

      This time however, you reminded me of something I keep meaning to ask, which is how did that border function from 1939 to 1945, when we were at war?
      De Valera kept out of it, all the way through till he sent those notorious condolences to Berlin when Hitler popped his clogs. The IRA was even more pro-Nazi than De Valera so how were British borders secured against aggression from the south.

      This Varadkar is obviously exploiting the Brexit situation to push the same old IRA/ De Valera/ Sinn Fein goal of bringing Ulster under foreign rule, so the parallels between then and now make it interesting and possibly useful to consider the WW2 years.


    • Phil Finch 23:31 on June 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If May had a bit more backbone than an earthworm, she would tell Brussels and Dublin to get stuffed.
      A Hard Brexit and a Hard Border, unless Dublin revises the Bad Friday deal and gives up all claims to interfere in any part of our United Kingdom.


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