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  • ross1948 13:10 on July 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , anniversary of attack, , , , Hong Kong Police   

    Hong Kong Contemplates Quisling Carrie’s Cowardly Collabo Cops! 

    Just got home from a spot of shopping and the tv news reminds me that it’s exactly a year since Adolf-The-Pooh’s cowardly goon-squad armed themselves with iron bars to attack defenceless pro-democracy campaigners in a Hong Kong subway station.

    In Pictures: Hong Kong district councillors arrested, pepper-sprayed and fined at banned march ahead of Yuen Long mob attack anniversary

    Such behaviour by the triad red running-dogs scum merely reflected their Beijing pay-masters’ rancid character, as rotten today as when Xi’s evil Communist hero…



    …first imposed totalitarian despotism, back when the slave-state was found some seven decades sgo.

    But the villainy more important to recall, perhaps, is that of the collabo Hong Kong cops, who cowered in safe corners of their city rather than do their sworn duty to protect innocent citizens.

    Those Hong Kong cops are pretty damned low.

    But who gave the order that they should stand down?

    Was Carrie the Quisling complicit?

    Ya See Quisling Carrie? Never Go To Hong Kong Again! 

    Who do YOU think is the worst collaborator there?

  • ross1948 10:24 on April 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , freedom fighters, Hong Kong Police   

    As We Focus On Their Virus, Beijing Sends In HK Hit-Men 

    I see no less than FIFTEEN prominent Hong Kong freedom-fighters were seized by Red China’s local lap-dogs yesterday.

    No doubt the brave young people have been on the hit-list for months, and the collabo cops in HK deem it a good time to round them up, with the whole world pre-occupied with the deadly virus Red China unleashed on us.



    Not a lot we can do to help those 15 political prisoners, but at least we can take note of what the rotten reds’ running-dogs are up to.

    Best thing to do with a communist regime?


    • Jim Ex Jakarta 12:04 on April 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      America ditched Taiwan, another foreign policy triumph so-called during the Nixon Era, although I personally feel it was due to Kissinger’s influence.

      Looking back, was it so wise? In those days, balancing Red China against the Soviets might have seemed smart geopolitics but now I think it was creating or recharging a frankenstein monster.

      We know from all that happened in Wuhan that the Chinese people dont trust their own rulers so why the hell should we?


    • Mel Henderson 17:49 on April 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You are right. They hope these political prisoners will be forgotten with so much other bad news around.


  • ross1948 18:42 on October 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cathay Pacific, collabo Fanny Law smear campaign, , Hong Kong Police, John Bercow, , Veby Mega journalist   

    Cathay Pacific Won’t Re-Instate? Boycott – And Sod You, Fanny! 

    While a female journalist ( from the country I have lived in…


    Image result for veby mega

    Veby Mega –  I offer a photo of the victim as she should be, dressed up for a special occasion, not badly wounded by reckless cops – she may hold some distinctly odd opinions, but nobody deserves what happened to her!


    …for many years) has been shot in the face by Hong Kong Police, arousing the righteous indignation of Indonesians…


    …it’s worth remembering that’s a risk the young freedom-fighters protesting against the collaborationist authorities in that territory actually face every day!


    Hence a reminder that a while ago we asked readers to reflect on the morality of travelling with Cathay Pacific.

    Flying Cathay Pacific? Please Think Before You Book! 


    Image result for cathay pacific


    There seemed to be a measure of ambiguity on the part of that airline’s management.

    Then I read this.  https://www.scmp.com/comment/letters/article/3026721/why-cathay-pacifics-firing-employees-amid-hong-kong-protests-should

    So again I’m asking you to give careful consideration before buying your plane tickets.


    I must admit, I have been remiss in not writing more about Hong Kong.

    The sight of a crowd of concerned citizens there singing God Save The Queen on the news last month stung my conscience.


    Image result for colonial flag hong kong demo


    These courageous people are up against the largest marxist tyranny in history, against the Beijing dictator – in whose presence, remember, slimy little Bercow obsequiously grovelled not long ago…

    China President Xi Jinping addressing MPs and peers
    ….same little slimer who wouldn’t welcome our American ally’s head of state!  https://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2017/02/06/john-bercow-does-not-speak-britain-just-monstrous-ego/


    And then recently I read an article in spiked.com..


    …which covered a number of aspects of the situation.

    Yet it was the author’s description of a repulsive old collabo bat named Fanny Law, whose disgusting smears…

    Govt adviser slammed for claim girls offer sex to protesters

    Fanny Law.

    Govt adviser slammed for claim girls offer sex to protesters  – Executive councilor Fanny Law said she had a true case but could not share evidence… https://www.asiatimes.com/2019/09/article/govt-adviser-slammed-for-claim-girls-offer-sex-to-protesters/


    …against the pretty young protestors, which provoked me to find a photo and see what she looks like.

    Smarmy-looking old cow!

    And what a record of ‘achievement.’

    Check out her wikipedia entry to see for yourselves.

    Yet I fear for the protestors’ future.

    As I said a few hours ago, what a pity those Reds won the Chinese Civil War 70 years ago.

    If Britain had handed Hong Kong back to a Kuo Min Tang government…

    …of the kind which let Free China (Taiwan) develop into a modern, successful and prosperous democracy, there’d be no cause for concern, no reason for rioting.




  • ross1948 12:09 on August 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Agnes Chow, , , Hong Kong Police   

    What A Contrast – Brave Agnes V The Po-Faced Brat! 

    Yesterday we had a bit of fun, contrasting the attractive Brexit Party candidate Jay Ashton with the ravishingly horrid Europhiliac, Gagool Soubry.




    Today I offer a much more serious contrast, the brave young Agnes Chow, Hong Kong freedom fighter…


    Image result for agnes chow detained


    …currently in the custody of a police force whose reputation –

    #MeToo: Hong Kong protesters call out sexual harassment by police

    –  must have all Agnes’ friends and family consumed with concern…

    …and the ridiculous little loud-mouth whose arrival in New York was treated by much of the media as if it were the Second Coming.


    Image result for greta thunberg


    That po-faced driplet’s self-righteous pomposity makes many wish to vomit. She makes no sacrifices at all. Nothing she says or does puts her at any risk whatsoever – even if she stopped truanting, she’d get not one of her wrists slapped.

    In contrast…

    Agnes’ courage, in whatever cell Beijing’s collaborators have confined her, deserves universal acclaim.



    • Lee HK 13:36 on August 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So true. Agnes is very brave and at such risk.
      The Swede brat is all self-center.


    • Annie So 16:50 on August 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She has been freed now but will be charged with crimes because she is so brave.
      It is so bad in Hong Kong with so many big businesses take the side of Beijing against the people.

      You should give your support again to boycotting Cathay Pacific who have fired that young lady for her crime of wanting to save HK democracy.


    • Harry O 19:13 on August 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      When (if?) The Brat grows up, will she look like Soubry?

      Seriously, what’s going on in Hong Kong is frightful.
      Agnes used to have UK nationality but she gave it up so she could stand for election, then the Reds’ puppets in HK blocked her anyway.


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