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  • ross1948 17:39 on March 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: drug-dealer Labour councillor, Edmonton London, , Kate Osamor MP, letters of apology   

    A ‘F-cking Bat’ – Labour MP Blames What She Hasn’t Got – Class! 

    Most Brits will have read about the failure of the House of Commons Standards Committee properly to punish a foul-mouth loutess Labour MP and about her drug-dealing son!

    I append a link to the report in the Evening Standard, in case you haven’t.



    Don’t knock my f****** door. I should have come down here with a f****** bat and smashed your face open,” she told the journalist.



    …the rather less than alluring creature in the photo above, who until recently was Shadow International Development Secretary, is Kate Osamor…

    • MP for Edmonton! In London – will decent people there start a petition to get rid of her?

    …whose amok behaviour might be expected from a drunken fish-wife (do we still have fish-wives in modern Britain?) has been given a pathetic wrist-slap-

    Say You’re Sorry, Foul-Mouth!

    …after she threatened to smash a journo’s face, her proposed device for this purpose being a base-ball bat….

    …or was it a cricket bat?

    Whatever, it was, in her elegant turn of phrase, ‘a f-cking bat!’

    Certainly journos do annoy, but in this case, he was merely asking about the Labour slag’s worthless dope-convict son!

    That sleazy creep, a Labour councillor at the time, got off lightly in court despite being caught with £2,500 worth of drugs at a festival.

    But his unfit mother – who is not only a foul-mouth but a bare-faced liar ( read the report) – also got off lightly, not expelled from the House of Commons nor even suspended!

    Instead, the base bitch has been told to apologise to the House – for misusing her parliamentary stationery!


    She avoided harsher punishment for reasons including the committee finding the “extreme” language she hurled at the reporter in front of police officers had caused him to show no “fear or distress”.

    What is surely most depressing, apart of course from her clear failure as a parent, is her infantile claim that both ‘race and class’ were involved.


    How dare she bring her blackness into it?

    Many good black people live their entire lives without displaying such disgraceful, dishonest behaviour.


    The sow has no class!


    • Mack the Knife 18:54 on March 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Now I need to expand on what I said about politicians in my last comment.
      On second thoughts, no, I don’t. This story speaks fot itself.
      PS thanks as usual for tidying my grammer!


  • ross1948 19:00 on November 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , letters of apology,   

    Will Even A Dozen Dubliners Pen Apologies To Britain? 

    Dear Britain … Write an open letter to UK voters

    The Irish Times invites Irish readers to write an open letter to Britain and its citizens 

    After the spiteful, aggressive, rabidly hostile antics of Varadkar and his ministerial flunkeys over the last three years – and Eire’s rancid record over the past seventy something years – the great majority of Brits might reasonably expect to receive bushels of letters – of apology.



    Dublin signed a treaty, solemnised and registered with the League of Nations, nearly a century  ago, recognising Ulster’s right to self-determination.

    A plan consequent to that treaty, to adjust the land border the better to ensure ethnic homogeneity..


    …was ditched due to Dublin’s arrogant refusal to countenance the reciprocal transfer of even an inch or two of territory.

    De Valera’s frolicking with Nazi envoys and his lamentation over Hitler’s death…

    This was indeed a deadly moment in our life, and if it had not been for the loyalty and friendship of Northern Ireland we should have been forced to come to close quarters with Mr. de Valera or perish forever from the earth.

    However, with a restraint and poise to which, I say, history will find few parallels, we never laid a violent hand upon them…

    ..Image result for devalera hitler

    ….which at times would have been quite easy and quite natural, and left the de Valera Government to frolic with the German and later with the Japanese representatives to their heart’s content.


    Dublin/Berlin- ‘Nexus’ or Axis? 

    Eire’s refusal to extradite savage Sinn Fein/IRA terrorists…

    ...the Provos continued to use the Republic as a launch pad, and numerous requests for extradition of the most evil perpetrators of republican crimes were continually refused…

    …and the Dublin government’s subversive stance on “Europe’s” solidarity during the fight against Argentina’s expansionist aggression in the South Atlantic…


    Image result for evil irishman

    Eire’s bigotedly anti-British Defence Minister branded Britain as the aggressor, a crude and ignorant jibe…Dublin’s entire foreign policy was based on imposing foreign rule on a British community…Falklands Pride, Yes, but Reflect on EU Back-Stabbing 

    …have not been forgotten, nor forgiven, nor have Varadkar’s intrusions into a peaceful neighbour’s internal affairs…

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs


    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 


    So the letters of apology due from the Irish Times’s readers should be lengthy and fulsome.


    Don’t be waiting for the postman ( oops, the PC ‘letter-carrier!’) at the garden gate, all you British readers.

    You’ll likely get not a word of contrition from a country with no conscience.



    If you use the link to read the invitation, it says you too are invited to write something.

    A few of the historical/political facts listed above may inspire your composition of demands for Eire apologies!

    • Billy King 22:17 on November 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I might just write them a scorcher, Ross.
      I might use some of your words as well. They’re great!
      No surrender!


    • Norrie Harris 16:40 on November 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      There should be a mass letter writing campaign telling the enemy down south what we think of them, but why bother?
      They hate Ulster people and have never respected our right to decide for ourselves who we are, as if we didn’t know our own identity.
      If they ever drag us into a 32 county state, they will regret it because that state will be a burnt-out desert by the time we finish with it.


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