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  • ross1948 16:52 on June 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Memo To London’s Police – Crack Down On The Rabble Today! 

    A lot of people are working from home in the UK.

    But a lot of layabouts have nothing better to do than disregard the ‘safe distance’ rules which good citizens do their best to observe, albeit reluctantly.


    two people with masks on 6 feet apart

    • Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people
    • Do not gather in groups
    • Stay out of crowded places and avoid mass gatherings
    • ..

    We saw a mob of leftist loud-mouths flout the rules just a few days ago…

    Now Where’s The Outcry? London’s Un-Distanced Leftist Lice! 

    …and I just saw on the BBC that another mob are due to assemble today, on the ridiculous racist ‘Black Lives Matter’ theme…

     Black Lives Matter co-founder tweets about killing “men and white folks”


    ….as if all the innocent lives taken, for example by illegal aliens..

    ……all over the USA, as if non-black lives don’t mstter!


    An arrogant race-obsessed woman named Denise Richards was on the BBC  news, whining that most police officers in her area did not look like her.



    Who cares what a cop looks like, if he or she is an effective law enforcer?

    Richards arrogantly ranted, saying ‘we need to be at the top table, because decisions are taken and we are not part of that.’

    Stupid cow!

    Black people have the same right to vote as whites.

    That makes them part of the decision-making process.

    No reason whatsoever to grant extra privileges. Merit will take non-whites to top tables, as it already has, in Britain and in America, where high-level government jobs are held by non-whites.

    But as for today?

    If the BLM bums congregate in London to scream and shout at an appropriate distance from each other –  okay, if rules are obeyed, we should let them holler and ignore their vacuous chanting.



    On the other hand, if they get uppity, show any sign of assuming they are above the law, especially the irksome virus-crisis regulations which decent Brits endure stoically every day…

    Police officers in Croydon

    ….then the Metropolitan Police have a clear duty to move in, use tasers or water-cannon, whatever it takes to break up the rabble, and arrest as many as they can.



    • Sonny Brower 22:17 on June 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You might not have heard that about a thousand far-left ‘health experts’ have gone public with a demand that safety rules should not be enforced if it interferes with ‘protest’ mobs.
      I am sending you the link so you can have fun with it!


  • ross1948 07:34 on November 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , 'gay-straight alliances', , , , , , illegals aliens, ,   

    Could Kenney Save Canada? 

    I have always had a lot of time for Jason Kenney, who has been telling important truths for years.




    It had long seemed to me that he was the natural successor to Harper when the Canadian Tories had to find a new leader, but he opted to pursue a provincial career.



    Certainly Alberta is currently in such a cultural marxist quagmire that one can understand why he felt there was a need for somebody to wade into the battles there.

    In a brief hopeful moment a few years ago, it looked like the Wildrose Party might come to power but their leadership began flip-flopping on key issues of principle.

    Alberta’s Shame, as Tories, Wildrose, Flirt with ‘Pride!” 

    The ultimate outcome was a near-lunatic left regime in Edmonton, exemplified by the disgraceful legislation passed this month, a declaration of war on parents’ rights…

    …dedicated to the vile ‘gay-straight alliances,’ a foul framework devised by anti-family ideologues –Bill 24 prevents Alberta schools from notifying parents if their child joins a GSA.



    In the one province which had always seemed a bastion of traditional decencies, this shameful assault on the basic parental prerogative of guiding the moral standards of their children went through the legislature by 42 votes to 23.


    Kenney came out swinging against the idea of the legislation months ago, saying parents should know what their kids are doing in school unless the parents are abusive. 



    After it was introduced, he argued Bill 24 stomped on parents’ rights. He also accused the government of using the bill to thwart the School Act — to allow sensitive subjects to be taught without parental permission. 


    Now decent people in Alberta have to wait until the next provincial election before they may expect deliverance from  this repugnant law, which does nothing to steer youngsters away from aberrant life-styles but rather exalts such maladjustment to parity of esteem with normality.

    So Kenney has his work cut out on his home patch.

    But once redemption is achieved in Alberta?

    Patriots across the Dominion are in uproar over Justin Turdo’s readiness to let thousands of undesirables flow in from across the American border.

    Nor is it just the new wave of  illegals but almost every aspect of Turdistan – – that’s alarming!

    Kenney, in contrast, when he held the immigration portfolio, did sterling work…

    …as we reported at the time.



    • Arnold 15:25 on November 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I like Kenney.


    • Marty Nagel 21:09 on November 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Kenney was one of the Harper team’s best and yes I wish he could have stayed in Ottawa but we have got to make do with the Opposition we got there for now.
      Anybody will get my support who can get Turdo out.


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