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  • ross1948 16:43 on June 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-terror u-turn, , , Day of Rage red demo, , ignoramuses, , , ,   

    So If You Commit Murder, Then Your House Burns Down..? 

    My thanks to the commenter last night who drew my attention to the insane demand by the agitprop reds on that London demo yesterday, that the Grenfell Fire be used as an excuse to issue a crimmigrant amnesty!


    A lot of the louts and loutesses were clearly aliens with poor English skills, or just plain ignorant.

    I don’t like reading the Mirror but their link below has photos of dumbo demonstrators brandishing placards which indicate they think the plural of ‘life’ is ‘lifes’ and that of ‘tragedy’ is ‘tragedys.’

    And there’s worse.



    Others are the work of pathetic, offensive morons, who prudently hide their faces – in shame?



    But by far the most imbecilic is that which calls for –

    ‘…indefinite leave to remain’ for ‘all Grenfell survivors with insecure immigration status…’


    Here’s our response to THAT!



    So by the same logic, if you burgle somebody’s home, carry the booty in a swag-bag to your own house…


    .Gambar terkait


    …then have a house-fire in which the stolen goods go up in smoke, you’re in the clear?

    If you’re a murderer and your house burns down, you get off scot-free?



    Crimmigrants should be caught and caged no matter what, then bundled back to where they came from. Anything that befalls them in somebody else’s homeland, where they’ve no right to be, is down to their own lawless intrusion.

    But that placard’s vile subversive message is merely the overt manifestation of the warped minds of a minority of marxist mutts, yeah?

    Hold yer horses!



    London Mayor Sadiq Khan Urges ‘Compassion’ On Grenfell Survivors’ Immigration Status


    Hasil gambar untuk london mayor sayid khan islamist

    “I am calling on the government on compassionate grounds to allow those inside Grenfell Tower who haven’t got right to remain to give them right to remain.”


    That SOB doesn’t even say ‘should’ or  ‘could.’

    Read it for yourselves!

    It’s MUST! 

    How dare he!

    But these days, who knows?

    Theresa May’s programme in the Queen’s Speech yesterday indicates she’s u-turned again on the anti-terror law reforms she swore she’d introduce. 

    And if May does another u-turn and hands out amnesties on these spurious grounds, how many amateur arsonists will soon be at work, preparing their own case for ‘compassionate leave’ to flout British immigration law?

    • Pamela 19:25 on June 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Those people almost deserve pity, so ill-educated and bad-mannered, but Mayor Khan is no fool.
      He is as we knew when he stood for mayor, a man whose loyalty is only to his own, and not to Britain. Anything like more illegals, which hurts our country, is bound to attract his support.


    • Vanessa 21:10 on June 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Mindless, and beyond doubt now that they are just using the deaths of nearly a hundred people to score points, and Corbyn is relying on these deranged benefit scroungers to circumvent democracy.


  • ross1948 13:34 on September 25, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ehibit B, , , ignoramuses, , , Jogja universitas, , , , Slaves in chains   

    Hurt Feelings, ‘Racisits’ and Mob Rule – in Indonesia AND UK! 

    Last week I was about to post on a disgraceful example of rabble rule, a bunch of louts  arrogating to itself the right to determine what sort of meetings a university may hold.

    A radical group has threatened to use force to close down a seminar on LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) issues organized by Sanata Dharma University’s School of Psychology.

    Most readers will know I have no time for the gaystapo, who target decent values in the West.

    But a meeting in a college, to discuss such issues?

    Free speech under threat from savages?

    • voltaire


    Gotta speak up.

    “We have requested the seminar be cancelled. If not, we will cancel it by force,” Muhammad Fuad, leader of the Ka’abah Defender Movement, one of the elements grouped under the Islamic Society Forum (FUI), said on Wednesday.



    I wanted to urge the univeristy to stand firm. But I was overtaken by events.

    Tempo’s recent report says that Sanata Dharma University in Jogja cravenly cancelled plans for a seminar on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex on 27 September.

    I suppose no surprise is called for. The JP report had already indicated a degree of pusillanimity, the University Rector quoted thus – “We always have the option to cancel the seminar if we find out that it could hurt the feelings of some groups.”   http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2014/09/18/group-threatens-close-down-lgbt-seminar.html


    F### their hurt feelings!

    Universities in particular, and democracies in general, are not meant to be in the business of pampering tantrum brats.

    Hurt feelings?

    If that gal doesn’t show up, that you arranged to take to the movies, that’s hurt feelings

    If you thought you’d got the job, after that interview, but you didn’t – that’s hurt feelings


    • tantrum
    • =======
    • If you reckon your sectarian fanaticism should over-ride basic principles of free expression?

    THAT IS NOT HURT FEELINGS. That’s crass intolerance


    The Islamic People’s Forum (FUI)  had said the plan was insulting to Islam .

    Not so!

    Policies discussed would likely be in contradiction to that religion’s tenets, as to Christianity’s tenets and to most people here’s ideas of what’s decent and what is not.

    But to dispute is not to insult.

    The queers were not going to DO anything at the meeting, so I understand, no snogging or worse. They were simply going to discuss their ideas. I’d not much like listening to that, but tough – nobody would have forced me to do so.

    But in a betrayal of academic freedom, the Rector, Johannes Eka Priyatma, buckled and cancelled. Disturbingly, he did so after a meeting with the Jogja Police. Evidently they had little interest in defending people’s rights to free expression of ideas.

    And I find that pathetic. :http://www.tempo.co/read/news/2014/09/17/058607716/Universitas-Sanata-Darma-Batalkan-Seminar-LGBTI

    Yet no way can I single out Indonesia on this issue.

    I just watched the news from UK, where a ranting ill-educated rabble, including one whose grasp of English is so bad that he or she managed to mis-spell ‘racist’ – so no, it wasn’t my typo in the headline – who shut down an exhibition (with an H!) in London.

    Intelligent people would have urged a boycott, if they found it unacceptable, but these Hitlerian bootboys (and girls) decided to suppress free expression – just like IslamoNazis here.


    Exibition? Ignoramuses!


    Because it depicted the evil of slavery by showing some black actors in chains.

    Do these yelping cretins imagine slaves, black or white, were NOT shackled? Did they get to dress in finery, walk about freely. Do the chains suggest slavery was OK? 

    Is historical truth unacceptable? 

    Evidently, because the organisers caved in to the morons! 

    Art show Exhibit B called off after racism protests
    BBC News


    sod that

    For God’s sake, Britain, grow a pair!

    • Leo Cozijn 23:34 on September 25, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      A seemingly sophisticated guy talking about “gaystapo” ?


      • ross1948 01:14 on September 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        I suppose, Leo, that I’m not without pretensions, but pretension to ‘sophistication’ is not one of them, especially if it’s used in its proper meaning, which is not complimentary.
        I think gaystapo is a very suitable term for the sort of people who glory in intimidation of their opponents.


        • Leo Cozijn 01:42 on September 26, 2014 Permalink

          According to The Concise Oxford Dictionary “sophisticated” simply means “educated and refined”, which sounds rather complimentary to me. About your justification for exercising the expression “gaystapo”, do you mean to articulate that gays are the sort of people who glory in intimidation of their opponents?


        • ross1948 21:24 on September 26, 2014 Permalink

          Hello, Leo. I have been out all day since morning, so my apologies for not replying sooner. I see another commenter has grabbed the semantics issue, so I’ll skip that one.
          To your main question, ‘gays’ as individuals no doubt vary in their view on the intimidation meted out to those who oppose the ‘gay’ agenda, but it is very clear that their organised groups DO want to silence critics and/or punish them, and are currently using sympathetic judges in America to undermine democracy on such matters as marriage.


        • Leo Cozijn 00:02 on September 28, 2014 Permalink

          Having a cynical nature myself, I agree with how you deal on a lot of topics; I also appreciate the way you use the English language. As a regular reader of your articles I’m aware you’re no novice concernining controversies and hyperbolic extravagances. Still to talk about gay extremists is in my opinion way too far-fetched (although I’m not denying gay activists are – rightfully – active around the world) and talking about gaystapo, suggests (which I cannot imagine) that you’re unaware of what the Gestapo stood for and what they were capable of! Linking gays with Gestapo simply makes no sense!


    • Ted McPh. 16:47 on September 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I think Ross means the derivation from ‘sophistry,’ and he’s right.
      Sophistry is the art of using clever but actually flawed arguments to advance your case, So sophisticated carries a meanng of seeming to be better than the average but only in a superficial way.


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