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  • ross1948 5:14 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , BBC interview, Birmingham Bombing 1974, , , John Major, Michael Christopher Hayes, ,   

    Let Us Pray – May ‘Gutless And Spineless’ Hayes Die In Agony! 


    I was channel surfing a day or two ago and paused when I saw, on BBC, one of those faces that make one instinctively concerned, a self-righteous sneering face saying ‘No comment, no comment.’

    It belonged, so I soon learned,  to a ‘man,’ by the name of Hayes.

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    A screengrab from Michael Christopher Hayes’ BBC interview
    Asked if he planted the devices, Hayes replied: “No comment. No comment.”

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    I’d not heard the name but his accent gave away his origins.

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    And his words exposed how deeply evil this creature was, the same kind of evil that animates all the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang.

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    Unfortunately I didn’t  have time to grab pen and paper to write down what the hyena in more or less human form was saying, but thanks to the Guardian – which I rarely thank! – much of the nasty hypocrisy that poured from its mouth reappeared soon afterwards.

    The IRA SOB was talking about his ‘role in the IRA unit that caused the explosions in the city on 21 November 1974.

    I’ve been accused of a lot of things, without one shred of forensic evidence, without one statement made, without one witness coming out against me.”

    So here was his chance to set the record straight, to tell the truth, if he’d any interest in truth.

    But when ‘pressed on whether he was one of those individuals, Hayes said: “I’m not telling you.”

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    So much for his assertion that he and his fellow scum, who waged a ‘war’ on innocents for years, “were horrified” by the carnage caused by those atrocities in Brum.

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    So much for his other arrogant claim that he took “collective responsibility” for mass-murder in Birmingham that day.

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    But what surely caused most rage and loathing among British viewers was this –

    “My apologies and my heartfelt sympathy to all of you for a terrible tragic loss that you have been put through. In all these years that you have been trying to find closure, I hope at last God will be merciful and bring you closure…

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    How dare the filthy pig speak of God, when he and his gang serve satanic evil?

    But he wasn’t done insulting the intelligence of all who heard him, not quite yet..

    ….I apologise not only for myself, I apologise for all active republicans who had no intention of hurting anybody and sympathise with you.”

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    Hayes and Blood-Beast Adams,two of a kind

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    Who could fail to agree with Julie Hambleton, who lost a teenage sister to the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang that day.She branded Hayes for what he and all IRA vermin truly were and are.

    ‘COWARD!’

    “He’ll take collective responsibility for those unarmed, innocent people, but won’t say who done it? He’s gutless and spineless. He’s told us nothing, he’s admitted nothing.”

    All true.

    But there are other cowards around, the architects of appeasement, Major and Blair…

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    …who preferred to appease the treasonous terrorists rather than wipe them out.

    And this very month, when that coroner in Britain copped out of naming the guilty?

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    IRA suspects believed to be behind the Birmingham pub bombings will not be named during new inquests, a coroner has ruled.

    Birmingham pub bombings: Suspects won’t be named at inquest

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    While Theresa May remains committed to the Bad Friday Deal, which ensures that the disloyal are given parity of political esteem with those true to Queen and Country, and – never forget- turned scum like Hayes loose from behind bars…

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    …and then invited them to participate in the administration of the British Ulster they laid waste, there will be no earthly chance of justice.

    So all one may do this Sunday, or any day, if one is of a religious disposition, is pray to whatever God you believe in, that Hayes may die, not quickly, but slowly, of some agonising disease.

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    After that, surely an eternity of torment awaits him, like all the Sinn Fein/IRA swine shown below.

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    • Ronnie C 9:31 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      And so we should pray, but if we are talking theology, then lets remember how God helps those that help themselves, so we should hope that them that live by the sword shall die by the sword.

      I do not for a minute advocate violence because I have no desire to get arrested but how many people would feel a second’s sadness if Hayes got blown up as he blew up all the Birmingham innocents.

    • Billy King 10:29 pm on July 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      How right you are, Ross, but some of your foreign readers might not know that even if this pig owned up to any terrorist crime, the British Government would never prosecute him.

      It was a basic part of that Bad Friday Agreement that no matter who they killed or maimed or molested they’d none of them be punished and those already in prison were set free to rub our noses in it.

      But as they say, Our Day Will Come!

  • ross1948 5:58 pm on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Evil Empire, , John Major, , Peter Hain, , , , Tristan Garel-Jones, White Paper Brexit   

    Tories Ready To Stab Britons in the Back? 


    No point in repeating our previous condemnations of Peter Hain, a despicable character who, urged on by B. Liar, tried to do a dirty back-room deal with Madrid…

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    ‘Let My People Go!’ Says Terrorist Mourner Hain 

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    …all their plotting behind closed doors.

    …those negotiations never included Gibraltarians or their chief minister… a serious breach in accountability to parliament.  https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2002/nov/08/uk.gibraltar,,

    Gibraltar, as Hain confesses, was only saved from implantation of a foreign flag by Spanish intransigence.

    But, while perhaps not terribly surprising, his latest appeasement howl in the Guardian reveals that the Conservative Party too has been similarly up to no good for years.

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    • Former Tory Europe minister Tristan Garel-Jones has confirmed that “this is what we were trying to do under the Thatcher and Major governments…”

    Now THAT  – Tory treason – is what needs urgently to be addressed. The Iron Lady is not around to defend herself.

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    Sinn Fein/IRA were aware of the investigation. The delegation told Downing Street that they would not attend talks without McGuinness and that he would not attend if the threat of prosecution hung over him. As a result, John Major’s government ordered that the relevant files should be ‘disappeared’. Which they duly were.’  http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/douglas-murray/2014/04/truth-lies-and-martin-mcguinness/

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    But Little John still is alive and kicking – kicking British democracy in the teeth…

    God Save The Queen – God Damn John Major

    …and from what we know of his slimy record of lies and hypocrisy during the betrayal of Ulster – ‘talks with Adams would make my stomach churn,’ as those talks were going on – it’s entirely credible…

    …that the swine would get into a sell-out at the drop of a hat.

    His current Remainiac ranting is further evidence of his indifference towards, maybe engrained contempt for, British people’s right to self-determination, home or away.

    But what’s more important is the mind-set of Theresa May.

    • There’s an ominous article in EU Observer, which all good British patriots should read carefully, if only to get their heads round one key fact as defined in May’s own lengthy White Paper, which was published on 30th May.

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    • The EUSSR’s robed rogues will still rule the United Kingdom.

    …the White Paper proposes that European Court of Justice case law carries the same domestic status, in terms of precedent, as UK Supreme Court judgments. Meanwhile, EU-derived law will continue to take priority over pre-Brexit Day UK law…

    Column / Brexit Briefing] Controlling the right of repeal

    THAT IS AN OUTRAGE!

    If May will not recant, she must be brought down!

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    • Diana 7:10 pm on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hain’s a horror but you’re right, May is the one that needs to be monitored.
      She was a Remainer and from that article you quoted it sounds like she’s planning to keep British law under Brussels court control.
      We need Ukip to keep her honest, if it’s realistic to expect honesty from any Tory. .

    • Pamela 8:59 pm on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You do a good job of painting a complete picture of what these people are doing and have done.
      I never liked Major and Cameron ended any trust I ever had in the Conservative Party.
      It goes without saying that I don’t trust May because she was Home Secretary all through the Cameron years when hundreds of thousands got into Britain.

      She did nothing to bring those immigration tribunals and judges under control when they were allowing terrible people to appeal decisions and stay no matter how many crimes they committed.
      Getting the UK out of the EUSSR depends on total commitment by the Government and few of them are truly committed.
      I can’t see why anyone can trust Conservatives. .

    • Muir 11:33 pm on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Never trust a Tory.

    • Pol Rankin 5:47 am on April 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      On board with you on this, Ross. I keep thinking of the other referendums in other countries which Brussels ignored or swept aside by sleight of hand

  • ross1948 4:41 pm on October 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Adams, , , , genocide McGuinness, , , John Major, , , , , ,   

    Twasn’t Corbyn Made HM Shake Hands With Comrade Genocide! 


    For seven years during the IRA’s “armed struggle,” Mr Corbyn spoke at republican commemorations to honour dead IRA men, “prisoners of war” and active “soldiers.”

     Comrade Corbyn

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    And the editorial board of a hard-Left magazine of which Mr Corbyn was a member wrote an article praising the 1984 Brighton bombing, which almost wiped out Margaret Thatcher’s cabinet.

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    • John McDonnell sorry for saying IRA should be 'honoured' - live
    •  Shadow Chancellor McDonnell
    • UKIP’s Patrick O’Flynn MEP tweeted: So John McDonnell does not apologise for 12 years and then when his views start hampering his career he does..
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    In 2004 Mr McDonnell was given an award by Sinn Fein and another IRA-supporting body for the “unfailing political and personal support he has given to the republican community.”

    The award was presented at a Sinn Fein fundraising dinner by Gerry Kelly, the IRA bomber of the Old Bailey in 1973…http://www.independent.ie/world-news/europe/uk-labour-leader-corbyn-revealed-as-supporting-iras-armed-struggle-31599412.html

    Yeah, right, Corbyn and his deputy McDonall are a pair of terr-symp scumbags, and should be put on trial for giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

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    But we knew all that a long time before they rose to command the Labour Party.  And at least they were fairly open about their treason.

    More and more truths dribble out from the massive collaborative cover-up stage-managed by the UK political elite to appease the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang.

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    It just gets more and more nauseating, from the bits we knew already, like Liar Major’s Commons cr#p about how ‘talks with Mr. Adams would make me spew‘ (while his rotten underlings were up to their necks in exactly such talks)…

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    …to the latest revelations about Murder McGuinness’ role in the Enniskillen atrocity of 1990, which was done under his command and control. 

    ,http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/northern-ireland-news/nio-blocked-police-from-questioning-martin-mcguinness-1-6947971

    In fact, the senior cop quoted in the report above, about how the UK Government saved McGuinness’s bacon, says that murderous Fifth Column onslaught against Ulster’s British majority was not an unauthorised, one-off operation by a local IRA unit but was carefully co-ordinated as part of a “strategy of genocide” by three IRA units – two from the Republic and one from Northern Ireland.

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    Cameron obviously is fully aware of this, and was aware when he coerced Her Majesty to shake the filthy paw of the terrorist who master-minded that heinous crime. I’m not sure who deserves the death penalty more – after its restoration, and a proper trial of course…

    Meanwhile, the only voices of sense in Ulster during the current turmoil seem to emanate from TUV’s Jim Alister, as usual…

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    …and from UKIP’s David McNarry MLA, who said-  “People should have listened to UKIP at the start of this crisis when we called for Sinn Fein to be suspended from the Northern Ireland Assembly, because no one could work with a party holding a terrorist army in the wings.

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    Good for you, sir, but better for the TUV leader, who has been saying much the same since LONG before the start of this crisis. 

    Indeed, if you have a sense of history, the start of this crisis goes back to the day Edward Heath betrayed Ulster by suspending Stormont. Our beleaguered kin were doing a fair job of running that province, and should have been left to do so without intrusion.

    The expansionist regime in Dublin should have been told to drop its sticky-beak interference too, on pain of serious sanctions.

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    • Other outsider trouble-makers, like Girl-Drowner Kennedy, should have been named shamed and subjected to an exclusion order from the entire UK.
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    Yes, different aspects, at different times – but at any stage in the appeasement process that led to Blair’s Bad Friday deal with the Blood Beast, it was always still possible to put the sell-out into reverse.

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    If any substantial number of disloyals didn’t like the outcome, they could have been deported to the South, to that republic they yearn for.

    Had those things been done many years ago, along with a goodly quota of executions of every IRA terrorist taken by security forces, we’d not have what Jim recently called a ‘pantomime’ these days.

    Sadly it’s not the kind of pantomime we can laugh at for long.

     

     

     

     
    • William Johnston 12:49 pm on October 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Aye, no laughing matter, and it makes my blood boil to read of these traitors in high places.
      They have sown havoc and will reap what they sow, for surely they deserve it.

      I am all the way with you when you say Major and Blair and Cameron have no room to condemn Corbyn, for they did as bad or worse in their dealings with Adams and McGuinness.

      If they were all taken out and shot tomorrow, there’d be dry eyes all around our province.

  • ross1948 3:22 pm on March 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , John Major, , smacking,   

    UK Pinkos Use EuroCreeps to Smack Down French Parents! 


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    France is set for a rebuke from Europe’s human rights watchdog after a British charity complained that the country’s laws on smacking children are vague and insufficient.

    Just got back from a nice wander round town, culminating in a good guzzle, and ready for a post-prandial nap. But first – a question! 

    Why’s a ‘British’ charity ( ‘charity?’ – sounds more like a political pressure group!) sticking its permissive beak into matters that are entirely the province of French families and, more arguably, the French legal code? 

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    Whenever this subject comes up, I always recall another pinko moron, claiming to be a parent, who assailed me on another blog. I’d suggested, quite low-key, that school discipline would improve if teachers had the power of corporal punishment restored to them.

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    • The cretin at once went into rant mode, daring me to hit his brat, in which case he’d (hiding behind a pseudonym, of course) physically assault me. Irrational hysteria, since although I was then teaching classes, the language school would not have allowed any smacks.

    But that bad parent showed how standards had fallen in the West. If a brat got belted by a teacher in healthier times and went home to lodge snot-nosed whines with his parents, they’d have given him another whack for good measure!

    Most interesting among the media that covered this latest example of ‘Europe’ interfering in sovereign nations’ rights, was this extract from a BBC report. 

    Despite polls giving very similar results in both France and the UK when it comes to a legal ban on smacking – almost 69% were against it in the UK last year, against 67% in France in 2009 ….http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-31764589

    And that should surely be an end to the matter. But no…- the mood music around the issue can sometimes seem very different

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    • That gutless twit John Major, despite having himself voted for corporal punishment in schools, exemplified the putrescence of the UK political establishment by U-turning, his response like a Pablov Dog, when the EuroCourt decadents cracked their whip some years ago. 
    • Now the cultural marxists are moving from the class-rooms into the living-rooms.

    Why is this happening – because people in Britain are indoctrinated?

    No – but intimidated? Yes, by the rotten chattering classes.

     

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    Comments on the British parenting website, Mumsnet, were almost uniformly opposed, with many readers describing it as “abhorrent”, “bullying” and “inexcusable”. “Does anyone smack their children anymore?” one asked. “And if so, is anyone brave enough to admit it, to explain why?” http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-31727515

    Aha. Out of the mouths of degenerates!

    The website, open to all, is monopolised by pinko freaks, and woe betide anyone ‘brave’ enough to dissent. Sounds like the same old story we have heard and seen on multicult, on immigration. ‘I’m not ..but..

    Timidity, a note of apology, for saying what you believe. If you won’t go with the pinko flow, best pipe down, or you’re in for it.

    Let’s hope France tells the ignoramus Euro-Creeps to sod off. God knows Clown Cameron will never  do so.

     
    • Janet T. 11:05 am on March 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Terrific. I used to like Major because he wasn’t a toff.
      Then he let us all down by doffing his hat and being subservient to those foreign judges.
      No backbone.

  • ross1948 5:47 pm on January 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Grayling, John Major, , , ,   

    Do You Brits Savour That Putrescent Albatross Round Your Neck? 


    Just got home after a long meander into downtown Jakarta and I see some comments awaiting my attention.

    So whilst giving them the okay, I am also giving UK readers a chance to have their say on ‘human rights,’ so-called.

    Empty Threats, But Cameron Will Cower From Crim-Loving Court

    Most of our regular readers regard the European Court of Human Rights as a putrescent albatross slung round the necks of sovereign states, to drag them down and elevate undesirables.

    As do most Brits!

    Or do you?

    Cameron will never ask you.

    And if he did, it would be in the form of a ‘consultation’ identical to the one he bestowed on so-called ‘gay’ so-called ‘marriage.’

    Which is to say, ‘tell us what you think, but we’ll defy your wishes if they contradict our prejudices!’

    Cast-Iron is not the first, and (maybe) not the worst UKPM to shrink from his duty to stand up to the arrogant robed clowns in Strasbourg.  

    But it’s time he got the message.

    • Here’s a link to a survey that gives you a chance to have your say. 

    http://www.conservativehome.com/thetorydiary/2015/01/here-is-a-conservative-voice-survey-on-human-rights.html

    Interestingly, this opportunity to have your say comes after an article written by Chris Grayling, whose disgraceful hand-in-glove collaboration with the UK gaystapo we covered in our post earlier today. Another UK Gaystapo Victim, Courtesy of Tory Grayling! 

     
  • ross1948 6:01 pm on November 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , John Major, , , , , Un-British   

    UKIP Un-British? Look At Major’s Record! 


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    Sir John Major brands Ukip ‘profoundly un-British in every way’

    Oh, really?
    Major’s idea if what British means may be different from most Brits. I met him once, an affable man, but one who did not strike me as a battler for Britain.
    At the time, I was, of course, well aware of his record, the most shameful part of which must be the episode when he lied to the nation, saying that the idea of talks with Sinn Fein/IRA murder-gang boss Gerry Adams would ‘make my stomach churn.’
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    Some fools evidently believed him, but those of us who were in touch with the beleaguered Brits in Ulster knew better.
    And sure enough, his stuck-up slob minion, Mayhew, was in regular communication with the terrorist scum across the water.
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    Major has never apologised for that mendacious treason, nor for lying about it.
    British? Yeah, and I’m Kazakh.
    And what about his conscienceless U-turn on school discipline? He himself was all in favour of maintaining order in the class-room by the traditional and effective means of corporal punishment.
    Empty Threats, But Cameron Will Cower From Crim-Loving Court
    But when HMV in Strasbourg, the effete rogue judges on the ECHR, shrilled their arrogant instructions, that louts should never fear again the short sharp shock of the cane or the tawse, Major jumped through their hoop faster than a greased weasel.
    No consultation with the British people on what goes on in British schools – yes, sir, no, sir, three bags of appeasement full, Your Continental Honours, Sirs. 
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    UN-BRITISH, UN-DEMOCRATIC, AND UN-CONSERVATIVE, THAT’S MAJOR!
     
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