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  • ross1948 19:12 on June 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Lenin, Pol Tormoid defends terrorism,   

    ‘We Won’t Criticise Terrorist Murders!’ Belfast BLM Fan! 


    We turned a spotlight on a nasty gang of fanatics called Lasair Dhearg ( since we don’t speak obscure foreign languages, we didn’t then know it means ‘Red Flame!) last week…

    Gibraltar 88 OK! Thanks, Ratbags, For The Memory! 

    …but its specifically Marxist, as well as pro-terrorist, character has now been made clear, by one of its members, a nasty individual named Pól Torbóid.

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    It claims to have “a presence in Ireland, England, Scotland, Sweden, Australia, the USA and more”.

    As a useful Belfast newspaper report explains, LD’s “publicity material” includes portrayals of Vladimir Lenin -‘as well as often featuring a Soviet-style hammer-and-sickle,’ along with a variety of pictures of vicious IRA terrorists.

    Make no  mistake, the policies of these ‘green reds’ are a mirror-image of their subversive BLM counterparts in the USA, not least their determination to gut law enforcement…

    ...a pledge to counter the “normalisation” of the police, calling the PSNI a “heavily armed paramilitary militia unworthy of the support of the people”.

    ….and their use of the word ‘people’ refers not to decent honest citizens but to the lawless rabble.

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    Comrade Torboid boasts openly that the “purpose of the campaign was in the context of the growing Black Lives Matter movement…”

    But that moment of candour is fast replaced with breath-taking dissimulation, when Red Flame’s man claims –

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    We wouldn’t be ones for going out to enflame.”

    Except that the marxist vermin chose to erect one of their fake re-namers within yards of the spot where an inoffensive lecturer named Edgar Graham was murdered in cold blood by yellow-belly IRA scum.

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    Challenged on that cowardly crime, Torboid the Turd showed Lasair Dhearg’s true sub-human clours.

     “We will never condemn any act by the IRA.”

    https://www.newsletter.co.uk/education/group-renamed-belfast-streets-after-republicans-will-never-condemn-any-ira-acts-2895649

     
    • Edward Lamont 20:20 on June 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      This is a good one!
      There are still a few Americans who have an image of the IRA as romantic revolutionaries.
      British people know that was never true and in America the links between the IRA and the PLO and with FARC have opened a lot of eyes.

      Now with a pro IRA gang taking the part of the BLM mob, the truth is well and truly out.

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  • ross1948 20:27 on August 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , British politics, , , , Lenin, , , ,   

    Labour Leadership – Love That Lenin Hat! 


    Labour veterans and young activists in the mix at ‘Team Corbyn
    Financial Times19 jam yang lalu

     

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    Frankly, although I detest much of what Jeremy Corbyn says, it’s a case of the devil you know.

    The man makes no bones about his marxism, never has. Better that, surely, than men like Cameron, who has elevated cultural marxist  hatred of traditional values into the law of the land. 

    Corbyn’s lovely Lenin hat is a dead give-away, but who needs a give-away when you’re so upfront?

    Better a man who thirty years ago was frolicking with traitors than a man who witters about abhorrence of terrorism, yet welcomes a blood beast like Adams.

    Corbyn Invited the Blood Beast to London? So Did Tony B.Liar! 

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    labour  Corbyn rules okay?

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    I love that Lenin hat!

    It reminded me of how, after travelling across the Atlantic on a Russian passenger ship, the Aleksandr Lermontov, many years ago, I picked up some souvenir badges on board.

    Then, on dry land again, when I entered my tutor’s room on the first day of my post-grad course (in Soviet Studies – know your enemy, right?) I was sporting a Lenin badge on the lapel of my leather jacket.

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    The academic staff back then were a most uneasy mix of East European exiles, who actually knew what they were talking about, and young, trendy-lefties, who didn’t.

    The latter were grand on the theory of dialectical materialism (aaah, yes, I remember the jargon well!) but just couldn’t bring themselves to synthesise the contradictions ( yes, that jargon sure lingers!) between the bright promise of the cr#p ideology and the nightmare it produced everywhere it was imposed.

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    I got one of the latter as my tutor, and he knew my reputation as a campus counter-revolutionary. “Good morning.” He peered incredulously at my badge, then asked, “So you’re now a Leninist?”

    • I reciprocated his morning greeting, in the rudimentary Russian I’d picked up on the boat, and explained, with a grin, that whatever Vladimir Ilyich may have done, he knew how to get it done, and I could see merit in emulating his tactics!
    • This visibly shook him.
    • But I did get the diploma at the end of the year!

     

     

     

     
    • Shirl 11:15 on August 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      He looks very like Lenin, doesn’t he?
      But he might take us out of the EU(SSR)
      Maybe he’s not all bad.

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