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  • ross1948 18:38 on March 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: costs and damages, , James McLean, , Provos, ,   

    St. Patrick’s Day Question – Will Belfast Court Award Scumbag McLean A Tanner? 

    • A few days ago I noticed a news item from Ulster, about that notorious disloyal swine, the fottballer  James McLean, who is to get his hands on a so-far unspecified sum of money from a loyal British politician there.


      Image result for mclean mcgimpsey damages

      Ulster Unionist Councillor Chris McGimpsey and Poppy-Refuser McLean


      “In the circumstances, Mr McGimpsey has agreed to pay damages and legal costs to Mr McClean and unreservedly apologise…”

      James McClean to receive damages from Belfast councillor …

      And why was the widely-respected Ulster Unionist saying sorry to that slug who was born in the UK, and plays for a British football team  – but won’t wear a poppy on Remembrance Day?

      Because in the heat of a televised discussion he referred to James McClean as being a ‘super Provo’.

      “Mr McGimpsey did not intend to communicate that there was any affiliation between Mr McClean and the Provisional Irish Republican Army.”

      I don’t think anybody has suggested that Mclean was or is a member of that terrorist gang. But, as we reported last year…

      James McLean hailed Martin ‘Murder’ McGuinness as a ‘hero’ when that Sinn Fein/IRA scumbag kicked the bucket…https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/international/james-mcclean-pays-tribute-to-hero-martin-mcguinness


      James McClean posted a tribute and picture with Martin McGuinness on his Instagram page. Photo: James McClean Instagram

      Two scumbags, one, McLean, playing for an English club, the other, Murder McGuinness, now burning in Hell!


      …but he’s not as bad, arguably, as Stoke City – his refusal to wear a poppy last year got him not the sack, as it should have, but a declaration of ‘respect’ from the slimy club management.


      I don’t know if the court is looking for in-put on how much in damages the republican ratbag might collect, but I’d start the downward bidding with a tanner.

      Image result for tanner six pence


      Sixpence, aka a ‘tanner’ – there were 240 pence per pound, pre-decimalisation


      Do I hear fourpence halfpenny?

      Do I hear three-farthings?

    • Cammie Dunston 19:12 on March 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A man that rejects the basic loyalty that the country he’s born to is entitled to, McLean is not worthy of respect anyway, but when he wont even honour our war dead, he should be told to leave British soil and never return.


      • William Johnston 23:46 on March 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Not to disgree with you, Cammie, but getting back to the case in point.
        Somebody should start a collection to help McGimpsie pay, because if everyone that hates the sight and sound of McLean and the likes of McLean chipped in, whatever bill comes in, it would be quickly paid.
        No surrender!


    • Shiona V 19:18 on March 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A tanner is more than a man like that is worth, damaged or undamaged.
      I would give him a kick on his disloyal backside, and not a penny of ‘damages.’


    • Billy King 20:42 on March 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      McLean is a good Scots name so somewhere back there he might have had a truly Britisn ancestor, but he is not proud of it. He is a disgrace, born and brought up here in the United Kingdom but not a shred of loyaly to Queen and Country.
      I wish him and all the others like him would pack their bags and take themselves across the border never to return.
      If it were up to me, he would get enough money for a bus ticket to Dublin, one way, so long as he promised to use it, snd not show his face here evr agwin,


  • ross1948 21:00 on November 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: James McLean, , , West Bromwich Albion   

    Never Mind Nasty Kneelers – Meet UK’s Anti-Poppy Ass! 

    It’s Remembrance Sunday again, this coming weekend, a very special day.

    But what about this?

    The headline asks a question…

    Why doesn’t James McClean wear a poppy on Remembrance weekend?

    But the REAL questions should be asked of the West Bromwich Albion Football Club which employs the disloyal swine named James McLean…


    Gambar terkait


    • Billy King 23:09 on November 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      He’s just as bad as his hero McGuinness.


    • Cal Knox 08:52 on November 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Good to read and I hope he does get jeered every time he touches the ball..
      If he wants an Irish Republic so much why wont he just go and live in the one thats an easy journey away?


    • Jock Tamson 14:15 on July 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Is that b-stard still allowed to wear a British club’s jersey?
      If he is, I hope both teams fans give him a sherricking every time he gets the ball.


  • ross1948 11:02 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , James McLean, , , , , turncoat, ,   

    James McLean – No Poppy? No Place for Him, In ANY UK Team! 

    Non-British readers may never have heard of Wigan, so I’ll start by saying it’s a town in north-western England, and if non-Brits have heard of it, likely it’s because of Orwell’s Road to Wigan Pier. 


    I’ve never been there, but have seen road signs pointing off the M6 motor-way, so can confirm it’s part of the UK, which, I’m sure you know, means the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. That’s important with regard to the topic this morning.

    For people from the North of Ireland such as myself, and specifically those in Derry, scene of the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre, the poppy has come to mean something very different.  http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/football-league/james-mcclean-wigan-midfielder-explains-his-refusal-to-wear-a-remembrance-poppy-on-his-shirt-9848447.html

    That’s an extract from a letter sent by somebody called James McLean, who plays for the town’s football (soccer) team.

    He’s been booed (good!) for his refusal to wear a Remembrance Poppy on his jersey, and his letter is his attempt at self-exculpation. 



    Turns out this specimen has a history, but even before we look at that, the very language he uses gives him away for what he is.

    The ‘North of Ireland…’   ‘Derry.’  

    The treason talk of Ulster’s disloyal minority.

     Vandal traitors at work

    You can spot them by their usage of those terms, which are their way of dissing Ulster’s British identity. They can’t bring themselves to use the proper name for the Province, which is Northern Ireland. The city he hails from is famed for the heroic Seige. Loyal British Ulsterfolk have no hesitation about invoking its memory. Those whose allegiance is to a foreign state will not utter the name of Londonderry.

     County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

    Mere linguistic quibbling on my part to damage McLean’s image? Hardly – here’s an extract from another report on his treacherous stance.

    .. he signed for Sunderland from Derry City and stated his ‘dream’ was to play for the Republic of Ireland. ..

    Yet he comes from a British city in a Province of the UK? No dream of playing for Northern Ireland? No, he has made it plain he prefers to play for a foreign side rather than the place he was born in! 

    That same Daily Mail report mentions that he has declared his enthusiasm for an IRA song. No surprise there.




    When he made his disloyal choice public, he was rightly named a ‘turncoat’ in the Belfast Telegraph, 8th August 2011. He himself told The Score that he only ever viewed a previous move to join Northern Ireland’s squad as purely to help his career. (1oth May, 2012)

    McLean’s no man of principle, indisputably, but his response was to accuse the newspaper of being ‘sectarian’ and staffed by ‘bigots.’  

    Bigots? Because they drew the obvious conclusion from his own stated preference for another country over his own?

    No wonder he won’t sport a poppy.

    He stands exposed as a rabid republican, no better than those Sudeten-Germans in 1938 who cheered on Hitler not only for his annexation of the border lands where they predominated, but also in his subjugation of the entire Czech nation.



    Mural, Shankill Parade, off Shankill Road.


    An identical ambition to that of McLean and his ilk, who share Sinn Fein’s evil dream of all Ulsterfolk being subjected to Dublin rule. 

    • Billy King 13:12 on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Truer words never spoken, my friend.
      This republican should be chased off every British football pitch whenever he shows his Sinn Fein face.
      Keep up the good work!


    • ranger 16:27 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      The hell with this republican, whoever signed him for Wigan needs his head read.
      I hope he’s chased off the pitch if he ever shows his traitor face again.


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