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  • ross1948 23:40 on December 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , IslamoFascism, Jordan, Nahed Hattar, , rhetoric of fascism,   

    UN Prince’s ‘Rhetoric of Fascism?’ – Check Out Arab Laws! 

    The UN’s foremost human rights chief has warned of the dangerous rise of the “rhetoric of fascism” in Europe.

    This drivel emerged from the pampered lips of a princeling who hails from Jordan, where real fascism is entrenched in the laws of that kingdom, an uppity Arab named Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, who prances around on the world stage as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.


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    Why won’t Zeid of Jordan condemn REAL ‘fascism’ in his own country?

    Pointless to expect anything but hypocrisy from a highly paid UN flunkey, especially one as arrogant as Zeid…

    Arrogant Arab Prince Uses Your Money To Interfere in Your Country’s Elections 

    …but nevertheless, one might think the mouthy clown would turn his vicious verbal venom on Jordan’s ghastly IslamoFascism, which in September saw a man named Nahed Hattar in court to face charges…


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    Nahed Hattar


    He deleted the post a day after it was shared, saying he did not wish to offend Muslims but was still arrested the following day. He was held at Marka detention centre in Amman, denied bail three times until he was finally released on bail on 8 September…  The Attorney General had also issued a media ban against reporting on the case.


    C’mon, Zeid, what have you got to say about Jordan’s IslamoFascist intolerance?


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    • Can’t you call for that Christian to be freed, and the nonsense law to be scrapped? 

    Doesn’t matter now – too late!


    • The photo shows police and people gathering at the site where prominent Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar was shot dead outside a court in the Jordanian capital, Amman, September 25, 2016. (By AFP)

    Crime scene in Amman    http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2016/09/25/486313/Jordan-Nahed-Hattar-Amman


    Hattar was murdered by a pig-ignorant sicko sectarian outside the courthouse.

    That was in the last week of September.

    But this week we have to listen to a spoilt brat (a scion of the dynasty which rules Jordan) yelping about wicked Western people who don’t want this kind of oppressive blasphemy law imported into Europe?






  • ross1948 00:28 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Allies, , , , , , Jordan, , radicalised, ,   

    Questioned At A Border, Did I React By Killing Innocents? Drop Dead, CAGE! 

    Just watching CNN, some puke from an outfit called CAGE in the UK, who seemed to be arguing that disloyal Islamists should be cosseted, cuddled, even, rather than hammered, as normal folk would hope they’d be.  

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    • He was whining that Jihadi John had been ‘radicalised’ – the new word for choosing satanic evil as a way of life – due at least in part to being detained in Tanzania, where security authorities were concerned that he wanted to go to Somalia, where the terror gang called Al Shabbab were active.



    British security services too, quite rightly, interested and had a word, so it’s said – by CAGE.

    And this ‘explains’/ ‘excuses’ / ‘legitimises’ the pig JJ’s enthusiastic bloody savagery, his beheading of innocent people?




    I was once on a bus from some French city to Barcelona. It was 1975, when Spain was going through a spell of terrorist attacks.

    The Spanish border officers came onto the bus, checked everyone’s papers, then told me to step off. They went carefully through my bags and double-checked my docs and interrogated me on my travel plans.


    I was a young guy, in a leather jacket, with longish hair. The rest of the bus were older, middle-aged tourists, apart from the Japanese girl sitting next to me.

    That was presumably why I stood out, in their eyes.

    I understood perfectly why they were more thorough with me than with the rest. Revolutionaries tended to look like me.

    So was I filled with fury and resentment? Was I ‘radicalised’ by this experience? No, no beheading career for me. It wasn’t the first or last time I’d had the hard stare from authority figures. But I didn’t give a monkey’s.

    (Speaking of monkeys, I interrupt to say that as I type this, CNN has another report, showing the stinking ISIS apes DESTROYING one of the winged bulls of Nineveh and other priceless artifacts –

    Ignorant ISIS Savages – Mayhem in Mesopotamia! 

    – I am beside myself!)

    I’d done no wrong, had no intentions of doing anything untoward – the gal from Tokyo was the only likely target of any untoward attentions on my part, and she wasn’t having any of my nonsense!

    So let’s not hear garbage from CAGE, or the other special pleaders who make out that poor little Islamist fanatics are turned along the path of terror by security/police forces doing their difficult and sometimes dangerous job.

    JJ is a rotten cowardly sectarian swine and has has been for years, a religious nutter who couldn’t even bring himself to look women in the eye – freako!

    Something nasty in the soul.


    Clearly he deserves to die for what he’s done.

    Developing that theme, I note Cameron has said, in connection with the identification of Jihadi John, that the beheaders will be brought to justice.




    But that’s just the thing.

    If captured By UK or Commonwealth Allied forces, the swine will not face justice.  British Government policy is dictated by the EUSSR and thus cannot impose justice. Neither Canada nor Australia has yet woken up to the need for restoration of capital punishment.

    America..no chance – not under Obama, who specialises in turning terrorists loose.

    But suppose JJ was taken by Jordan, or those brave Kurds.

    They know how to handle vermin. They kill them.

    But what would Cameron do, pending the delightful prospect of execution?

    HE’D PLEAD FOR MERCY FOR JJ! That’s his (aka Brussels’) stance on the death penalty. UK tax-payers’ money would be used, wasted, on intercession to save JJ’s neck, on the grounds that he’s a ‘Briton!’

    Am I wrong? I doubt it.

    So let’s hope any captors don’t waste time on a trial.



    • Joseph B. Fox 00:51 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I was profiled about thirty years ago on my return to the UK at the port of Newhaven. Chap couldn’t have been nicer about it. He explained that the Tory Party conference was on up the coast, and this was the year after the IRA atrocity in Brighton. He didn’t say why I had been picked for special treatment, but it was probably because I look Irish (one eighth in fact) and I was the right age to be one of Mr Adams’ boys. If only I’d known what I know now, Id’ have beheaded someone.


  • ross1948 13:02 on February 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Australia Today, UK Last Week – Send the Swine to Jordan! 

    Australian police say they have prevented an “imminent” terror attack linked to Islamic State (IS) after arresting two men in a Sydney suburb.

    Police say a machete, a hunting knife and homemade IS flag were seized in Fairfield, as well as a video of a man talking about an attack.


    And in the UK?

    Muslim teenager planned to behead soldiers in London…

    Brusthom Ziamani, who idolised killers of Lee Rigby, was arrested with a knife and a hammer in a rucksack    


    Of course the words and deeds in the report are all ‘alleged.’

    • against the wall
    • But even if the allegations are substantiated beyond any reasonable doubt, neither British nor Australian courts have the laws they need to put scumbags down.
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    The proper penalty for treason is death


    • If the cases are proven, let’s give them to Jordan – they know what to do with pigs who promote terrorism.
  • ross1948 14:19 on February 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Where Were Sunday’s ‘British’ Thousands When Jordan’s Pilot Burned? 

    One of the few positive things to arise from the horror of last week’s Middle East news was the opportunity it gave some of us to hammer home the point that the young man so monstrously murdered by ISIS, Muath, was, like many of my friends here, a Muslim.

    He became a hero to millions.

    His martyrdom by satanic jihadists should have been a salutory lesson for some Facebook commenters who consistently use abusive words ( ‘muzzie’ being the most polite) to describe Muslims, that many, very many, Muslims share my detestation of the primitive nonsense, the sexism and intolerance we hear from too many of their clerics.

    But then, just when we were thinking that message might have got across to those that need it…

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    Thousands of British Muslims protested against cartoons of Mohammed in French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo…

    The crowd marched to Downing Street holding signs reading “Charlie and the abuse factory”, “We love Prophet Muhammad more than our lives”, and “To insult is not freedom”.

    Speakers addressed the protest and held communal prayers, before representatives delivered a petition signed by over 100,000 British Muslims to Cameron’s office.


    So one Sunday morning’s jolly outing, showing open abhorrence of the freedoms Britain has long championed, showing how little they have adapted to the country that took them or their parents in, has probably undone whatever hopes might have emerged from the horror.

    And how many Britons today must be asking, as I am, where were those thousands when the video of that innocent Muslim man burnt alive was spread across the internet by the ISIS rape-gang?


    Where were they, in their self-righteous, censorious thousands?

    No thousands out on the streets condemning jihadist rape, murder, terror?

    No 100,000 signatures demanding the UK respond in the right and proper manner, as Jordanians have done, execution of terrorists already captured, extra effort put into military action against the vermin?

    ‘Revenge for Muath’: Jordan Unleashes 56 Airstrikes …

    Do those thousands on Downing Street yesterday, those hundred thousand whose names are on that petition, really lack any understanding of the Western democracy whose freedom of expression they themselves practiced yesterday?

    Do they really want to live in a country with mediaeval blasphemy laws?

    Then they are perfectly free to get the hell out of the UK and find a cosy corner in some region of the world where such nonsense prevails. 

    • Laurence Heal 14:55 on February 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      We are weak are we not


    • Marion James 01:43 on February 10, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      On this, I agree with you 100%. These people do not belong in Britain.
      They don’t belong in the modern world.


  • ross1948 12:30 on February 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    UK Foreign Office Undermining Jordan’s Fight-Back? 

    Choruses of approval from decent folk around the world for Jordan’s execution of terrorist scum this week.

    That excludes of course the cr%p we hear from that Korean at UNHQ.


    • Ban-Ki-moon
    • “The Secretary‑General’s position and the UN’s position on the death penalty is unchanged.”

    And what position might that be? 

    “The death penalty has no place in the 21st century!”

    I’ll bet a majority of Koreans share the majority view in the UK, that Bang Ki Moon is talking HOGWASH!


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    • But going on previous British Foreign Office form, gob-flapping flunkeys from the UK Embassy will be fanning out to try to save the skins of other scum due for execution.


    I haven’t seen any news reports on that, but it stands to reason that if Cameron’s diplomats go sticky-beaking around town here in Indonesia, then Jordan will not be exempt from their unwarranted intrusions into its internal affairs.

    Or, given the righteous fury seen on Jordanian streets, will the FCO lackeys for once have enough sense to hold their scolding tongues about the EUSSR’s anti-death penalty diktat?


  • ross1948 10:42 on February 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: buring, , , , Jordan, ,   

    Jordan Has The Right Idea – Kill The Scum! 

    I haven’t seen the video released by the satanists of ISIS in which the Jordanian pilot is burned to death. Nor do I intend to. I can’t comprehend the depths of evil in which these ‘holy warriors’ wallow.


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    • But I do commend the Jordanian response.  

    They responded immediately by scheduling for Wednesday the executions of five convicted terrorists, including the failed suicide bomber whom the group had wanted to trade for the pilot.



    Their only mistake was not already to have put down the ugly bloody bint that ISIS wanted in exchange for Muath.

    Keeping her on death row for five years was what gave the rapist-murderers of ISIS the opportunity to seek a human bargaining chip to get her out.

    Now the West should follow the Jordanian example.

    For every person murdered by the demonic jihadists, take five of the vermin held in the relevant countries’ prisons and put them to death.

    No need to burn them – that’s what they have to look forward to AFTER they die.

    • Eva Evans 04:22 on February 5, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      ABSOLUTELY RIGHT> We cannot go on playing the patsy with these monsters. Catch them, kill them.


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