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  • ross1948 15:06 on January 25, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Book ban, , , , Jim Allister TUV,   

    Sinn Fein Bares Its Green Nazi Soul 

    Books that displeased Hitler were not just banned but burned in Nazi Germany.


    Nazi book burning, 1930s


    And nearly 90 years on, we get a foretaste of what life would be like if Sinn Fein/IRA took power in British Ulster

    Sinn Fein complains to Assembly about UDR book in TUV leader Jim Allister’s study


    The outrage from the vermin party at the mere sight of a book on the Ulster Defence Regiment in Jim Allister’s study speaks volumes.

    The vermin party MLA, Maolíosa McHugh..

    Maolíosa McHugh 2021.jpg


    ….interrupted proceedings to ask the assembly clerk if he would investigate whether it was permitted for Mr Allister to have the book on display….

    TUV’s Jim Allister

    The TUV leader’s book was to be seen ‘in the background during a video call with the Stormont Finance Committee,’ and provoked a breathless broadside from the vile disloyal McHugh.

    Workplaces should be neutral spaces,” Mr McHugh said yesterday. “Nobody should be made to feel uncomfortable in their workplace.”

    Exactly how many innocent men and women were made to feel considerably worse than ‘uncomfortable in their workplace‘ – in fact scarred, maimed, crippled and dead -by Sinn Fein/IRA murder-gangs?

    Yet this anti-British bigot had the nerve to rant about –

    …the role and record of the UDR… violent state-sponsored sectarianism.

    – and whine, with that hypocritical, affected self-righteousness, worn like a mask by so many of the traitor-knaves in Ulster..



    …Mr Allister’s prominent display of this book during a Committee meeting had the very real potential to cause offense to the many victims of this now disbanded force.”


    Apart from the loathesome source of the rant, what is most concerning, to me, is the brute’s animosity to books.

    I have deplored the book-burners of Gramedia here in Jakarta…

    Grovelling Gramedia’s BookBurning Bonanza – Appeasing Fanatics 

    ..and the harassment of a lefty Canadian lesbian authoress….



    ….so when a disloyal fanatic like McHugh makes it clear that Jim or anyone else should be ordered to keep a book out of sight…

    ….it’s a straw in the wind.

    If Sinn Fein’s Green Nazis ever get the whip-hand, the blue skies of freedom will be replaced by an endless darkness.

     PS last word to Jim!

    Mr Allister said that as he was working remotely “frankly the contents of my study are none of his busines”.

    He added: “I note, however, that a book which testifies to the bravery of the security forces in facing down the threat of terrorism raises such ire from republicans simply by existing! Sinn Fein/IRA are so intent on whitewashing the shameful bloody record of the Provos that they cannot so much as tolerate Mr Leask’s excellent book… “


    “Having blocked a centenary stone, a rose bush for the centenary and a tree being planted for Her Majesty’s Jubilee Republicans now move to try to dictate the content of my study because they are so easily offended…”|


  • ross1948 16:00 on September 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jim Allister TUV, paul kavanagh,   

    TUV’s Jim Reminds Us – Sinn Fein’s Evil! 

    Keeping men and women of base character off the public pay-roll is a self-evidently a good thing.

    So we should all keep fingers crossed for the success of the move by TUV’s Jim Allister in the Northern Ireland Assembly.



    He wants a ban on  ‘political appointees with “serious convictions” from holding positions on public bodies.’



    Such a prohibition would debar all kinds of scumbags from digging their snouts into the public purse.

    But for mainland Brits and fans of clean government around the world, it’s also a useful reminder of the vile record of certain Sinn Fein/IRA vermin…



    ..who might get tangled in the net cast by the legislation proposed by the  Traditional.Unionist Voice leader.

    The report names that notorious terror convict Gerry Kelly, who is ludicrously serving on Ulster’s Policing Board.

    Killer Kelly .

    That Sinn Fein pig was ‘convicted on explosions charges related to the 1973 Old Bailey court bombing in London by the Provisional IRA, in which one person was killed and almost 200 people were injured.’


    We have talked about this low-life before.

    Kelly deserves a rope around his treasonous neck, not a regular dip into the tax-trough.

    Another filthy cur mentioned is one Paul Kavanagh, who has a ‘role at the Education Authority.’

    That piece of garbage ‘served 14 years in prison for killing three people in an IRA bombing campaign in England in 1981.

    • paul kavanagh IRA
    • He’s another undesirable we named a few years ago.

    • Slap in The Gob For Ulster’s Axis of Evil – Sinn Fein/IRA/SDLP 

    • Another IRA pig, he got no less than FIVE life terms for his role in an IRA bombing campaign that included the killing of an army explosives expert and a 1981 attack on Chelsea military barracks in London.
    • 00000000000000000000000000000


    Jim Allister’s bill deserves to be approved, but we need to wait and see how the MLAs at Stormont vote.

    I simply mention it, as I mentioned Kelly and Kavanagh a couple of years ago, to refresh people’s memories.

    Sinn Fein is NOT a political party in the way normal people think of political parties.

    It is a hate-gang infested with savage sub-humans.

    And it’s huge support, in Eire’s last election, strongly suggests that a large proportion of that country’s population merits the same description.

  • ross1948 22:55 on March 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Jim Allister TUV, , , Ulster crowd-funding appeal,   

    Ulster Solidarity Appeal – Give All You Can! 

    Ulster is still dear to the hearts of quite a few Brits.


    Match your love with your money, please!

    Legal action has been launched against the NI Protocol” />


     “We are a beautiful and proud United Kingdom, our strength rests on our bond together.

    “We must not allow a foreign institution to impose and rip apart those bonds that bind us together. We must stand shoulder to shoulder together to oppose these attempts to fracture the very essence of our Union.

    “We are asking all of you that care about Northern Ireland, our Union and our United Kingdom to join us and be part of our campaign by adding your voice and contributing what you can to fight to protect our Union in this legal case.

    “We have already had huge support, but we want you to be part of it too. Join with us. Step up and be counted. Protect our Union and join our campaign.”

    The Crowdfunding appeal can be found at http://www.crowdjustice.com/case/defending-the-union-of-the-uk/

    Steve Aiken leader of the UUP said: “The NI Protocol fundamentally undermines the integrity of the United Kingdom, the Belfast Agreement and the principle of consent. As one of the parties that negotiated the Agreement, we believe we have to take every political, diplomatic and legal avenue open to us to see the invidious, unequal NI Protocol annulled because every day we see the very principles on which the Belfast Agreement was created being trampled on by those who claim to put the peace process at the centre of their arguments. We encourage everyone who believes in the Union and in the Belfast Agreement to support this legal case.”


    Jim Allister, leader of the TUV said: “The Protocol annexes Northern Ireland into the EU, leaving us subject to laws we did not make and cannot change.



For me the challenge and opportunity of this Judicial Review is to end such vassalage and reunify the United Kingdom by removing the constitutional threat of many of our laws not being made in Belfast or London, but in Brussels under foreign aegis and control.



It is about “taking back control” in a most fundamental way by restoring the key sovereignty principle of being governed only by our own nation’s laws, legislatures and courts. Home Rule, not Foreign Rule!”

Arlene Foster, First Minister of Northern Ireland…


….and Leader of the DUP added:

“We cannot allow our United Kingdom to be ripped apart and our UK internal market to be divided in order to protect the single market of the EU. When I launched a petition calling for unfettered GB-NI trade, over 100k people joined with us in just over 24hrs, this is another opportunity for everyone who opposes the Protocol to play their part.


“We will work with other Unionists to send a united message to our Government and to free Northern Ireland from the Protocol.

Whilst the courts is one front in this fight, the UK Government must use all powers at its disposal to immediately remove any barriers to unfettered trade within the United Kingdom.”

The legal action has been lodged in the High Court of Northern Ireland and the next hearing date is the 13th April with an anticipated full hearing of the matter on 13th May 2021.

The crowdfunding campaign is to facilitate wide participation in the legal action

  • ross1948 12:50 on June 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jim Allister TUV, , Sinn Fein funerals,   

    Distance Double-Standards – Terror ‘Mourners’ Get A Pass? 

    It’s a sad fact that the PSNI in Ulster are unfair, frequently showing a disturbing tendency to keep in with the scum who support Sinn Fein.

     Cops Cower From Disloyal Thuggery Threats!

    Crossmaglen Den Of Vipers – Ulster’s Top Cop Grovels! 

    Jim Allister of TUV has challenged them again, as he does so often and so well, and the dismissive response he got was an insult to democracy.

    The PSNI will read his letter and answer it.



    Not good enough! 

    Pointing out that Sinn Fein has oft been heard barking about how strict virus rules must be applied, Jim loudly wondered if the police would enforce the rules on the rabble attending the vermin disposal, aka funeral, this week..    

       ..Another Rat Joins McGuinness In Hell               


    …after many decent Ulsterfolk had not been allowed to attend the burials of loved ones in recent weeks!

    Jim stated the case for fair play on funerals!

    ‘‘We cannot have two-tier policing or double standards…


    No one is above the law and no one must be seen to be above it…”                    

    But while Sinn Fein are vile creatures from whom neither honesty nor decency can be expected (  so why expect consisteñcy?) the republican swine can easily point to other examples of the same double standards!

    Last week we had Johnson’s ministers snarkling furiously about crowds of Brits going to beaches.

    Yet when the BLM rabble took to the streets, making a mockery of the rules, not a single baton-charge was ordered to disperse the mob.

    Instead those grovel cops knelt in subservience before them.

    We shall see today! If the traitor rabble don’t toe the line, the police should crack down hard.

    And if the IRA show up with evil intent, hoping to fire a salute over the interment, as if the deceased was a soldier rather than a terrorist rat, there should be a bit more gunfire…


    …to send a few more rats along with Storey, to join McGuinness in his eternal torment



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