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  • ross1948 04:58 on July 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Court of Cassation, , insulting a person or a country, ,   

    Italy’s High Court Too Needs A Dose of Impeachment! 

    Just when we thought courts in Europe couldn’t further scandalise normal folks by their deranged diktats….

    Rogue Judges In Paris, Aiding And Abetting Illegals! 

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    ….along come Italy’s robed ratbags, telling those from whose taxes their fancy salaries are gouged that it’s “racism” to tell unwanted aliens to go home.




    That’s the verdict handed down, last weekend, by the  Court of Cassation and if you still don’t believe me, here’s the report, affirming that –‘telling non-EU foreigners to leave the country legally counts as racial discrimination, even if racial slurs are not explicitly used.’

    The specifics of the case stink of the kind of PC rot one expects in NYC, or Stockholm, not in Rome – it’s some lout who’d injured a foreigner, but whose sentence had ‘been increased on grounds of racial discrimination.’

    If you assault somebody for no good reason, you get a fair trial and pay a fine or go to jail.

    It should NOT matter if you say by way of prelude to the punch –

    Why are you here, you need to go home.”


    And so argued the assailant.

    It’s not defending thuggery to say he’s surely correct.

    But – and read this tripe carefully- the judges on that highest of high courts ‘found that using generic expressions of contempt toward foreigners that are clearly based on their ethnic or religious backgrounds is equivalent to racism.’



    EU or non-EU foreigners are not Italian.

    There should therefore be no bar against Italians telling them to go home.

    It may on occasion be impolite but in certain cases it’s the right thing to say, as with all those ‘asylum’ parasites.

    Remember those filthy ingrates in Reggio Emilia…

    Crimmigrants Seize Italian Cop-Shop – Punishment? ‘Specialised African Cuisine!’ 

    ..who were given free meals as well as accommodation, courtesy of the Italian public purse?

    EVERY decent Italian should feel free,and absolutely entitled, to tell those scumbags to get the Hell out of Italy.

    But now, thanks to those Cassation Court crack-pots…



    …saying what decent folks think would count as ‘racism.’

    Naturally, we can look to Italy’s – and Europe’s – hero, Matteo Salvini, to utter an appropriate response.

    Salvini, author as well as patriot leader

    The Interior Minister promptly wrote, on his Facebook page,

    “Go home, go home, go home!!!” 

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    • Rico 05:05 on July 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Victory to Salvini.


    • Vinnie Fiore 13:36 on July 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      My family history is all about Italy and if I lived there I would be thinking about emigrating same as the old ones did.
      Who does Italy belong to?
      Italians I would say.
      Not according to these judges if Italians have no right to tell outsiders to get out.
      Salvini is a great guy but does he have enough legislators in the parliament to vote out those judges?
      Does the Italian constitution even allow for impeachment?


    • Penny 17:48 on July 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      In America, in some states, the people elect their judges and the judges have to be accountable for their performance in courts every five years.
      If a judge declares against free speech like just happened in Italy,he would definitely not get re-elected.


  • ross1948 17:16 on December 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , insulting a person or a country, , wrong song in Turkey, Zuhal Olcay   

    Erdolf As Music Critic! Cute Singer Faces Four Years Jail! 

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    Zuhal Olcay


    Pretty lady, yeah?

    Twould be a shame to see and gal with such a lovely smile clapped, not on the stage, but behind bars!

    Not because she has done anything wrong, as Western celebs seem to do a lot of the time…



    …but for “insulting” Erdolf the authoritarian Islamist!

    Zuhal Olcay is a singer and actress and her alleged ‘crime’ was committed during a concert last year, with the prosecutor demanding up to four years for the entertainer.

    Regime flunkeys in the İstanbul-Anadolu Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office have drawn up a laughable accusation that ‘a person‘ went whining to the cops that Olcay had made an insulting hand gesture…

    With great alacrity, naturally, given how sensitive His Ankara Arrogance is known to be, an investigation was subsequently launched and footage from the concert was examined by an expert..,

    The plot thickens!

    Now, further outrageous lawless conduct on Zuhal’s part may have been uncovered

    Olcay is accused of revising lyrics to the song “Boş Vermişim Dünyayı” (I Let Go of the World) to criticize Erdoğan!

    OMG – revising a song?

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    Surprised she’s not facing death penalty charges!


    According to the footage the revised lyrics say “Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, all of them are … lies. This life will end one day, and you will say ‘I had a dream…’ ”

    Read the whole report in Turkish Minute…   https://www.turkishminute.com/2017/12/12/turkish-singer-zuhal-olcay-indicted-on-charges-of-insulting-erdogan/ …to get a complete picture of the endless oppression civilised Turks are facing.

    I’d suggest that Western countries start thinking about offering an exchange, take in the ‘thousands of people in Turkey under investigation, most of them under the threat of imprisonment, over alleged insults to President Erdoğan’ who are persecuted by Erdolf’s sectarian gestapo…


    …and in return export the disloyal Islamist ratbags we’ve been deploring for the past several years. .

    Deutsche Welle: ‘Many Turkish hearts in Germany beat for Erdogan 

    • Vanessa 19:13 on December 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I strongly advise, Ross, that you make no plans to vacation in Turkey any time soon.
      If Erdolf is going after this young lady for a song, your words will have him unpacking traditional Ottoman torture implements.


    • Terry Bassin 06:01 on December 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That exchange idea is worth a discussion.
      Britain should get rid of all those Anjem Chowdary types to Pakistan and take in all the Pakistani Christians.


      • Jan DeVeer 00:29 on December 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Terry, did you have a premonition?
        The news today from Pakistan is that the ISIS terrorists have murdered Christians worshipping at a Xmas service in a church in Quetta.
        Nine killed and many more injured.
        I think we Western countries need to bring in Christians from countries where they suffer this kind of atrocity.
        Not a burden if we make room for real refugees by deporting salafists and any others who hold with sharia.


  • ross1948 13:28 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , insulting a person or a country, , , , , , , , , Stansted Airport security, Sussex   

    UK Not Quite a Police State…Yet! No Charges Over Salmond Effigy… 

    CREATING an effigy of Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond to be burned at the stake at a bonfire night in East Sussex was ‘not a crime’, the Crown Prosecution Service has ruled.

    For pity’s sakes, whatever happened to the British sense of humour?

    It seems the Sussex cops got a flood of complaints of ‘racism’ about the Guy Fawkes Night plan.


    e er.One of the effigies of the First Minister created for the Lewes bonfire festival. Picture: Contributed


    Scots are NOT a race. But what I find rather quaint is the way The Scotsman newspaper talks about a public outcry!

    Really? A few hundred uptight separatists? Hardly a public outcry, surely? But shame on the organisers too, because they backed down in the face of the cry-babies’ caterwauling…or did they??

    but a second effigy was later blown up!   http://www.scotsman.com/news/uk/alex-salmond-effigy-not-a-crime-says-cps-1-3603616

    The police sensibly noted that “The event organisers have made it clear that there was no intention to cause insult to anyone or any particular country by the choice of effigy – simply that the person chosen has been a popular media figure in the preceding 12 months.”

    Hell, since when is it a crime to insult persons?

    Countries? Have they never been to an International, or even a Home International? They might have heard THOUSANDS of fans insulting countries. Since when would that uproarious fun be a crime?


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    • Since the ‘politically correct’ mafia took over the UK. Those swine have wrought havoc against civil liberties.

    It was SO sad to see that Brit senior citizen arrested at Stansted Airport security, not for carrying explosives but because, when asked to take off his shoes, he joked that he wasn’t a Muslim!  

    The 74-year-old was charged with causing racially aggravated harassment . no doubt because the security guard at the airport was some sectarian tantrum-prone toe-rag – HE’S the one who should have been charged -wih wasting police time!

    OAP passenger arrested by armed cops after joking: ‘I’m not …http://www.mirror.co.uk/ (the charges were dropped -after a GENUINE public outcry!).



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    Causing hurt feelings a criminal offence? In a land where free speech was once a hallowed principle? May God forgive the gutless, gormless fools who let this come to pass. 

    Salmond himself, to his credit, remained relaxed, possibly quite chuffed. Infuriating one’s opponents is a mark of one’s success, it may be argued.

    We have no Guy Fawkes celebrations here in Jakarta, of course, but if there were, it’s perfectly possible some of the left-lib expat hangers-on would place my effigy on their pyre. I was quite exhilirated when one pinko numb-skull urged me to die some months ago ( unwilling to put his name to the death-exhortation, of course!)

    Anyway, previous Sussex bonfire stars have apparently included David Cameron, Nick Clegg,  Angela Merkel and Osama Bin Laden. I’ve no time for Salmond or his secessionist party, but he’s less deserving of roasting than most of them!


    • Edward Spalton 13:54 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t know whether it is still going but a few years back there was an admirable organisation known as ” The Ted Heath Burners’ Society”. I never heard of the police taking an interest in them.


      • ross1948 14:04 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Certainly not in Lancashire, where faggots MUST be served hot!
        Ooops, jail-time beckons…


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