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  • ross1948 18:12 on June 16, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Nothing Lower Than A Tory Hoare? 

    I remember when the Tory Party leader addressed his Ulster audience proudly sporting a tie emblazoned with the Red Hand..

    Can any reader name that man?

    Times have changed, and we are told Jellyfish Johnson’s N.I. Secretary, Brandon Lewis, has held talks with the over-fed vixen who leads the IRA’s political wing, Sinn Fein…


    Gambar terkaitSibn Fein’s Mary Lou McDonald, basking in the Blood-Beast’s smiles

    ….and may be preparing another appeasement stunt on the ‘Irish Language.’

    BTW – What percentage of the population in British Ulster use Erse as their everyday tongue?

    Damn few, and it’s absurd this lingo nonsense has even got this far.

    But whereas once there were Tory back-benchers who’d have stood up for the beleaguered Brits across the water…


    …now we have ‘Conservative MP Simon Hoare, the chair of the NI Affairs Committee….’


    Official portrait of Simon Hoare (cropped).jpg


    ….who kicks loyal fellow-citizens in the teeth, ranting on social media that ‘he would vote for an Irish language act if it comes to the House of Commons…’.


    …despite the fact that this issue was designated for Stormont to handle.

    Before an empire’s eyes, the traitor claims his price, as Kipling wrote in 1912, and we wonder what this Tory toad, a close associate of the notorious liar…



    …Cast-Iron Cameron, and a rabid Remainer, expects to gain in return for spitting on the best of the British.

    For further insights into his character, please do read his wikipedia entry!

    Hoare by name and….?


  • ross1948 19:57 on September 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    IRA and ILA – Old And New Threats To British Ulster! 

    We know that Sinn Fein/IRA has always had as its goal the denial of self-determination to the British people of Ulster and the destruction of the United Kingdom.



    Annexation by Eire is the objective.

    Until that goal is achieved, they’ll use one tool after another to promote their disloyal intent.

    In the past, it was wholesale slaughter…



    …and today it’s of tremendous importance that mainland Brits appreciate what Blood-Beast Adams and his SF/IRA comrades are up to with their current ‘Irish Language Act’ agitation.

    Jim Alister’s TUV has produced an excellent guide to the realities of ILA, which illustrates very well how it’s a strategy in keeping with the evil old IRA’s ideology.

    Here’s an extract from one of the TUV’s attachments, but I recommend you look very carefully at each of them.


    Sinn Fein’s demands for an Irish Language Act
    lie at the heart of its culture war against all things British
    Northern Ireland already provides Irish medium schooling at a cost of over £20m per year. An Irish medium school has even been opened with just 12 pupils. You couldn’t do that with an English language school.
    We already have a lavishly funded North-South body with executive powers to promote Irish.
    Irish street signage is already facilitated where there is local demand.
    Those who demand to use Irish all fluently speak English.
    A Long Standing Demand of Militant Republicans
    “Culturally we would hope to restore Gaelic, not from the motivation of national chauvinism but from the viewpoint of achieving with the aid of a cultural revival the distinctive new Irish Socialist State:as a Bulwark against imperialist encroachments from whatever quarter.”
    Busting the Equality Myth
    In the IRA Green Book, the bible of the terror group, they say:
    It’s time to say ‘Enough is Enough’ and reject the demand for an Irish Language Act.
    It must be resisted under any guise, including the
    deception that Ulster Scots could also be advanced.
    What can I do?
    Email your opposition to any Irish language legislation, however presented, to Mrs Arlene Foster:


    Irish Language Act –
    What would it mean?
    Irish to be an official language in Northern Ireland on a par with English
    The right to have court proceedings conducted in Irish
    Affirmative action in favour of Irish speakers in recruitment to the Civil Service and other public bodies
    Road signs to have the Irish content on a par with English
    The creation of Gaeltacht areas in Northern Ireland
    An Irish Language Commissioner to advance the language and insist public bodies promote it with a newly created of refusing or failing to co-operate with the work of the Irish Language Commissioner.
    What Does that Mean for Me?
    Discrimination against non-Irish Speakers when it comes to
    employment, particularly in the legal profession and the civil service.
    Huge cost in providing a fully bilingual public service with endless and needless expenditure on translation in courts, councils and Assembly.
    Alienation – Sinn Fein once described every word spoken in Irish as “another bullet in the freedom struggle”. We know they want to “break the b*******”.
    • Billy King 23:36 on September 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hello there, Ross.
      We can always count on you to be a friend to Ulster.
      It’s the height of nonsense this ILA, not even 1 in a hundred of the republicans here speak ‘Irish’ as their native language.
      All the IRA/Sinn Fein want is to humiliate us and then try again to drag us into Eire.


  • ross1948 17:16 on August 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs! 

    What will grab headlines is the first gay Irish prime minister’s  decision to attend a breakfast event, as part of Belfast’s gay pride festival on Saturday morning.   https://euobserver.com/uk-referendum/138686

    When foreign heads of government visit the UK, are they given free rein to pick and choose what events they attend?

    I doubt it.

    They may, and no doubt do, indicate preferences, but their itinerary is surely subject to the approval of the British Government.


    Eire’s ‘gay’ leader flaunts his true colours


    It is unimaginable that approval would be forthcoming for any alien leader to wade, or, in this case, mince, into a ‘festival’ the essence of which is all about subverting the law…


    Hasil gambar untuk arrogance


    …especially if the law is the subject of intense debate between parties, and even more especially if the party offended by the arrogant intrusion is key to the survival in power of the UK Government!

    Next he’ll be telling Ulster’s British majority they must bow down to the Sinn Fein/IRA demand that Erse (Gaelic Irish) be made an official language there, despite the fact that only a tiny percentage speak it.


    Or has he already stick his insolent snout into that issue?

    • Billy King 11:49 on August 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Youre on fine form today, Ross.
      We get so sick and tired of these foreign republcans wandering into our country and interfering. Eire’s got its wierd weddings, voted for them. So why does Little Leo think he’s got any right to nag here.
      That’s a bad neighbour for you. .


  • ross1948 23:08 on June 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    DUP Should Shun Sinn Fein/IRA’s Erse Arrogance! 

    Amidst all the hoo-ha about the DUP, it’s important to remember that, while they’re anti-Brexit, and have done a fair job of preventing the degradation of marriage in Ulster, they are not beyond criticism.

    They long co-habited with the Sinn Fein/IRA treason party,  and although that collaboration has broken down  for now, the DUP could well go back to working with republican scumbags…


    ….like Corbyn’s pal, Bloodbeast Adams.


    My own preference in party political terms ‘across the water’ has always been TUV, and their leader, Jim Alister, has issued a reminder of one current concern…



    …the DUP’s seeming unreadiness to slap down Sinn Fein/IRA’s arrogant demand that the Erse (Irish-Gaelic) language be given a status which the tiny number of native speakers in no way justifies.

    “An Irish language act enshrined in law would be a “vehicle to hollow out our Britishness…”

    The TUV leader described the prospect of granting official status to Irish as a “kamikaze course” for the DUP and said it was time for “far thinking unionists in that party to take a stand on this pivotal issue.”

    Jim went on to point out that not only is the proposal wrong in principle but  “unnecessary and foolhardy on financial grounds,” as well as expressing fears it would “turn the public service and its jobs into a cold house for unionists.”  http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/irish-language-act-a-vehicle-to-hollow-out-our-britishness-allister-

    Indeed it would!

    What would be a much better idea, and one that the DUP should have included in their deal with Theresa May, would be a requirement for all public servants, both local and national, across the whole of British Ulster…



    …to take an oath of allegiance to HM The Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

    • Leland Wills 01:52 on June 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Jim Alister and TUV cannot be faulted on this language rubbish, because there’s hardly a soul in our wee country speaks that Erse as a mother-tongue.
      Even in Eire it’s the language of less than ten per cent, much less I think.
      It’s a ploy by Sinn Fein to rub our noses in their power and that power is theirs because the very Bad Friday Agreement perverted democracy.
      The DUP said they would not play that game but they did.

      Most of us now understand that ‘partition’ was not done right the first time, that map you show was a better plan and it’ll need to be altered if we do it again.
      It’s a pity in a way that the republican or nationalist people didn’t catch themselves on in the 20th century and give their loyalty to the UK that they loved to get their social welfare from.
      Instead they took what they could get and gave nothing back. They have waved that tricolour flag, so it’s time to tell them to go and live under it.


    • Arnold 03:18 on June 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I am not aquainted with Mr Alister but he is far-sighted. Maybe he heard about the way the majority in Canada were hit by the Official Languages Act.
      That ended up forcing most grades of federal public servants to be fluent in French, very unfair, only the lowest ranks were spared.
      This left Quebeckers over-represented in at the top of the civil service structure.

      The French have never for years been more than about 30% of the Canadian population and were concentrated in one province, maybe 1.5 if you count New Brunswick, so it should have been enough that they got ‘francophoners’ in government offices there, but they had to have it all.

      I was in Northern Ireland as a tourist before the Troubles and never heard anyone speak anything except English ( including among themselves) so where are these ‘ersophones’ located?


      • George Moore 09:35 on July 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Arnold, you would not have met many Erse-speakers even if you had gone looking for them, because in all the cites and countryside of Ulster there are only ‘only 4,045 said that Irish was their main language.’ That’s from the BBC report on the 2011.census.
        That also said nearly 180,000 people gave it as a language of which they could ‘claim some knowledge.’
        There’s probably more could ‘clam some knowledge’ of the French and German they learn at school. even if that’s just merci beaucoup or guten morgen.


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