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  • ross1948 09:11 on March 8, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Leonidas of Sparta, ,   

    Invasion 2020 – Report Pro-Crimmigrant ‘Charities!’ 

    Watching the stone-throwing savages vent their frustration by the banks of the Evros in Thrace…


    Just like these violent migrant hoodlums in 2015!


    ….savages enraged at being thwarted in their desire to plunge their snouts into the yummy tax-troughs of Germany and Austria and the Scandinavian lands…


    Britain’s too until Brexit is complete!


    …one can only admire the brave Greek border guards and hope their political masters will soon give them the green light to use live ammo.

    But what can we civilians far from the scene do to help?

    Well, we can read the Guardian!

    Not the sort of suggestion you expect on my pages, I know, but today that abominable newspaper revealed, as insightful citizens might have foreseen, the intervention of another ( I say ‘another’ because we know the media, mostly, will stab their own nations in the back) segment of the Western world’s Enemy Within.


    In an open letter to EU leaders and the Greek prime minister Kyriákos Mitsotákis, 85 charities, including Action Aid and Amnesty International, said they were “deeply concerned” about how authorities were handling new arrivals to Greece.



    Like these?

    Your Majesty, Please Remove Royal Patronage From Infested NSPCC 

    ..or this?


    WoW have received £400,000 from Comic Relief in the last two years, despite being an overtly far-Left protest group with a specific political agenda (pro-Palestine is high on their list) and anti-Trump and anti-Israel obsessions.
    They have recently taken things a little too far, and have been reprimanded by the Charity Commission for ‘inappropriate political activity,’ with their ‘Stop Trump’ campaigning.

    Given their intrusion into geo-politics, their upstart attempts to dictate political policies, how these are still registered ‘charities?’

    How come the Charity Commissioners are not calling these ratbag outfits to account.

    Real charities walk about town with collecting cans, go from door-to-door asking for old clothes etc.


    Not a new concern…

    UK Charity Commissioners? Slap Down This Brexit-Hating ‘Charity!’ 

    …but without exploring more detailed news of the particular ‘charities’ involved in this latest outbreak of arrogance, one can only hazard a guess at the names of others involved.

    So there you are, two steps you can take…

    Here’s the link to the CC email address – https://www.gov.uk/complain-about-charity

    …to help, indirectly and in a small way, to show solidarity with today’s version of Leonidas’ 300, the stalwarts on the frontline against barbarous invaders.

    Find out which ‘charities,’ besides awful Amnesty, put their names to that insolent epistle, then email those Charity Commissioners, demanding action!

  • ross1948 14:46 on February 3, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , 300, , Leonidas of Sparta, Panos Kammenos   

    To King Xerxes, From The 300 – ‘At Yer Service, Sire – No Charge!’ 

    Greece’s defense minister says the country’s armed forces have been tasked to overcome delays in building screening centers for migrants and refugees reaching Greek islands from nearby Turkey.

    Kammenos with Greek armed services

    “Right, men, attention! There are simply hordes of parasites to look after. Oh, and please don’t forget to recharge their phones….then just bend over – no, soldier, not backwards!’

    Time was when a nation’s armed forces were meant for the defence of the realm, to drive back barbarian rabble!


    • ——————
    • Imagine if their ancestors, Leonidas of Sparta and his heroic Three Hundred, had crossed the Field of Thermopylae to address The Great King of Persia with the same ringing declaration of defiance as Panos Kammenos went on to utter.  

    “No one any longer will be charging (migrants) 5 euros ($5.40) to charge their mobile phone or 4 euros ($4.35) for a bottle of water. That is over.”

    I suppose the equivalent in the Fourth Century BC would have been a pledge to provide the hundred thousand Persian soldiers with unlimited amphorae of red wine and slave-girls galore.

    • At least the Persians might have said thanks, unlike the dastardly ingrates now being imported.


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