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  • ross1948 09:00 on December 4, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , London, removed from resto   

    Taking Out ‘Animal’ Trash – Bravo! 

    Watch The Video…

    …over Sunday brunch!

    Too much depressing news this past  week…



    …so what a boost to read how those rather nifty waitresses…

    (evidently with no need of help from male colleagues!)

       at a London resto…


    Animal Rebellion protest

    …bravely acted to ‘physically remove Animal Rebellion protestors..’

    I trust the staff made sure to wash their hands after touching the far-left layabouts.

    And better still?

    Animal Rebellion protesters say staff physically removed demonstrators from the venue ‘tougher than police would do it’

    Not quite as tough…

    Those ‘Animal’ Asses? Use Cattle-Prods! 

    ….as I have previously urged…



    …but well done, gals!


  • ross1948 16:00 on September 29, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: London, ,   

    London Lost…To Whom? And Why? 

    Commenting on a survey that shows how much UK opinon has shifted towards leftist positions on ‘diversity,’ and downright bizarre positions on transfreakery…


    Sarah Butt, a research director at NatCen, said: “London looks very different from the rest of the country.”


    London DOES indeed look very different from the dwindling, genuinely British, areas of the UK…


    …areas uncolonised by aliens unwilling to assimilate the way good immigrants should…

    …but Ms. Butt meant the polling figures, so let’s puzzle over them.

    People do change their minds about issues, but not as a rule in huge swings, so fast, unless some dramatic events have an impact on opinion…



    ….and I don’t think a mob of deviants mincing through London on perv ‘pride’ days would count as a dramatic event, nor have such an impact.

    So we are obliged to go back to more obvious causes, bad teachers, brain-washing on the tax-payers dime….


    ….and the steady drip of media poison…


    …  – especially into young minds, youngsters often with no memory of a morally healthier era.

    That could well be the reason…


    • Jacko 22:21 on September 29, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Now they have put up a statue to a black African beheader in Trafalgar Square.
      I don’t want to visit London any more.


  • ross1948 08:17 on June 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , London, Lorraine Jones, ,   

    OK! I Confess! I Have Never Met Karl Marx! 

    Last week I suggested that if monuments to bad people are to be removed, then that evil old brute in London ought to be top of the list!

    Just A Thought! Why Not Topple THIS Monument? 


    Hitler-Haus Faces Blitz – How About Satan’s Lair in London? 

    Today, amidst all the gloomy news, not least that from the US Supreme Court, I laughed aloud at the sheer ignorance of a London ‘activist’ named Lorraine Jones.



    Admittedly, there’s no obvious reason why this woman might be expected to know anything, but since she was apparently born and brought up in Britain…



    ….you might think that, like every REAL Brit, she’d have heard of Britain’s most illustrious national hero, Sir Winston Churchill.

    Think again!

    Asked about the calls heard from the evil BLM rabble, for the removal of Churchill’s statue fom its place of honour in London, the ignoramus repliedas follows!

    I’ve heard many arguments on both sides,” Jones responded. “Some say that he’s a racist, some say that he’s a hero. I HAVEN’T PERSONALLY MET HIM, but what I would say is that that question of whether he should remain should be put to the community.”

    ( my capitalisation)


    Churchill’s Funeral, London, 1965

    Churchill, the former British Prime Minister who led the U.K. to victory in World War II, died in 1965.


    So, just to clarify my own position, although I have met many Marxists, and although I am no longer a youth, I never, EVER, met Karl Marx….

    …who went to face eternal Hellfire in 1883!



    • Keith Milner 08:52 on June 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      As I said to Captain Cook when he landed…


    • Vanessa Reilly 18:23 on June 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Are you sure you never met him?
      The way you disparage his ideology, it almost sounds personal.
      Seriously, though, what an ignorant woman! She doesn’t know Churchill is dead but very probably she could run off the names of a dozen criminals who died because they were resisting arrest or making a run for it!


  • ross1948 19:36 on June 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Baden Powell, , dorset, London, , Poole, ,   

    In Dorset, UK, Will Left Scum Meet Their Match! 

    Very disturbing report from the English West Country, and we need to echo the concern of the Conservative MP there about the role of the police…



    …whom most British patriots no longer trust, after the shameless cowardice of cops in Bristol and London…

    Yes, Defund The Police! The Gutless Bristol Police! 


    Protesters throw the statue into Bristol harbour
     Louts in Bristol

    …and the slimy disloyalty of that Neil Basu.

    England’s Worst Cop? Boot Out Big-Mouth Basu!

    MP Conor Burns sent his message via Twitter  – which I do not use, so only discovered it later:

    The removal of the statue of Lord Baden Powell from Poole is a huge error of judgement. Very concerned by the idea it is on advice from @dorsetpolice.”

    And laudably, he asked –

    Are we going to follow the example of the Met and Bristol and let the mob rule the streets?”

    Yet the Dorset Police deny they wanted to cower from fighting off cultural marxists planning criminal damage.

    The decision on whether to remove the statue was not one for the police and no advice was given to remove it.”

    Admirably, ‘local residents have already gathered at the site on the seafront and are ready to defend the statue from being removed.

    But as we read down the page in this media report, things get confusing.

    There are also fears among cops in Poole, Dorset, that the site could spark “disorder or anti-social behaviour…”


    So rather than the local constabulary do their job, uphold the law against filthy savages like those we saw in Bristol..

    Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council have been advised to put the statue in storage by the police.

    They fear similar protests and violence as seen in demonstrations in the past week across Britain.. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11834965/baden-powell-statue-removed-black-lives-matter-poole-locals/

    Police are not paid to act on fear but on their sense of duty, which requires courage…



    …a quality found sadly lacking in London when those dingbat plods knelt before the rabble.

    More than that, the council’s shilly-shallying has got to stop!

    As a reader comments, they seems a sly, spineless bunch, probably hoping if it’s moved ‘temporarily’ the issue will just fade away.

    No way should the statue be moved, pending democratic approval,  a local referendum, every citizen getting a vote, not just the useless councillors.

    if they hold a people’s vote alongside the next council elections – hardly any extra cost!


    • Vicki 20:28 on June 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Resistance! Heartening and bound to happen eventually, in areas like Dorset.
      London and the other de-Englished cities will be harder to organise, but great oaks from little English acorns, etc

      Liked by 2 people

    • Gordon Lyon 11:10 on June 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The city council needs to face a take-over, like in Seattle, but this time by patriotic citizens, not marxists. Police reform too should be in the agenda.
      Fire the bad apples who refuse to protect public property (like statues) from attack by crazies

      Liked by 2 people

  • ross1948 20:53 on January 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ban on Brexit celebration, Ed Davey LibDem, , London,   

    ‘Liberal?’ ‘Democrats?’ – Who Wants A Ban On UK Freedom-Fest? 

    Thanks again to the Europhiliac TNE site, for telling us that the acting LibDem leader, Ed Davey wants a BAN on the plan by Nigel Farage’s plan to hold a grand freedom party at the end of the month to celebrate the restoration of British independence.



    In the true liberal spirit of UK democratic traditions, Davey wants his fellow-Remainiac, the Labour Mayor of London…



    ….to ‘reject the plans because it would not help bring the country back together.  “I don’t think it’s very unifying… We want to unify the country to learn the lessons…”

    This twerp has clearly NOT learned the lesson he and his comrades should have…




    ….that seeking contemptuously to overturn the ballot-box decision by the British majority was NOT the action of anyone interested in ‘unifying’ the country.

    The jackboot jerk has the nerve to cite “VE Day when we defeated Nazi Germany… “




    ….as an example of when Brits might be entitled to “come out in our public spaces and celebrate together.”

    So it’s okay to demonstrate national joy at the defeat of the Third Reich…



    ….but not the Fourth Reich?

    Quite right,’ shrills Mr. Ed.

    Mister Ed.png

    The idea that a party in Parliament Square will be a way of bringing the country together is quite literally nonsense.” https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/ed-davey-on-january-31st-brexit-celebrations-1-6453576

    What is actually nonsense is this LibDem louse’s belief that his defeat should not be celebrated by those who defeated his disloyalty to Queen and Country!

  • ross1948 10:44 on December 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Jolyon Maugham QC, London, Remainer   

    ‘Not A Great Deal Of Fun?’ Kimono-Clad Creep Bludgeons Trapped Fox 

    The prominent remain-supporting lawyer Jolyon Maugham QC has announced on Twitter that he clubbed a fox to death on Boxing Day morning, while wearing his wife’s satin kimono and nursing a hangover.

    “Already this morning I have killed a fox with a baseball bat,” the barrister tweeted just after 8am.

    “How’s your Boxing Day going?”


    Sweet snooty Jolyon added that it wasn’t ‘a great deal’ of fun.

    So? Just a little bit?

    As a farmer’s son, I am not given to sentimentality about wild animals and did my fair share of shooting from the day I got my first .22 rifle, aged 6, or was it 7?


    All Ontario farmers had a gun-rack back then


    If the groundhog or jackrabbit was still alive when I caught up with my prey…



    ….even as a child I understood the right and proper thing to do was to despatch it promptly.

    The idea of clubbing it to death was beyond the pale.

    Such brutality would have resulted in a well-deserved trip to the wood-shed, and probably confiscation of my rifle!

    Yet we know that this man has a firearms license. He talks of hunting rabbits with a gun in the same report.

    Clad in his wife’s kimono, was it too troublesome to go get his rifle for a quick clean kill?

    I make no further comment.

    • Pat Sperron 16:14 on December 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a very odious person he is.
      Do you think it’s his parents’ fault, saddling him with a name like Jolyon?


  • ross1948 15:45 on June 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , June 10th, London   

    Brexit Meeting, London, Monday, 10/6 

    As the perfidious parliament, with its little ‘Speaker’ Bercow, marshals its forces to subvert the British people’s decision to choose freedom…


    Next Tory PM will not be able to suspend parliament – Bercow

    Image result for bercow brexit


    …I continue to afford any support I can to meetings, rallies, marches or other manifestations aimed at promoting the Brexit cause.

    Bruges Group Meeting
    Monday, 10th June
    From 12 noon

    Taking Back Control of Britain’s EU Exit

    The speakers;


    Rt Hon. Esther McVey MP
    Candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party and to become Prime Minister



    Philip Davies MP
    Member of the All-Party Better Off Out Parliamentary Group



    Philip Hollobone MP
    Member of the Cornerstone Group of MPs


    £15 payable on the door or in advance
    Including drinks and refreshments

    To purchase your ticket visit:


  • ross1948 21:13 on March 22, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , London   

    Emergency Brexit Meeting, London, 26 March 

    Do not give up, Brits!

    There’s everything to fight for!

    And here’s an opportunity to get together with others who care, and load up with campaign ammo.


    Emergency Brexit EventThe


    Bruges Group spearheaded the intellectual battle to win a vote to leave the EU and, above all, against the emergence of a centralised European state.







    Bruges Group Meeting
    Tuesday, 26th March 


    Brexit: No Ifs, No Buts

    Fighting Against any Brexit Betrayal

    With the speakers; Suella Braverman MP, and Sir Christopher Chope, OBE, MP.

    The speakers;
    Suella Braverman MP
    Under-Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (2018)

    Sir Christopher Chope, OBE, MP
    A longstanding advocate for Brexit


    £15 payable on the door or in advance
    Including drinks and refreshments

    To purchase your ticket – click here for a form to book your place


  • ross1948 19:09 on February 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , London   

    Another Good Brexit Meeting, London, 13/2/19 

    • Bruges Group Meeting
      Wednesday, 13th February From 1pm
      Delivering Brexit -Standing firm against concessions to Brussels

      With the speakers; Sir Bernard Jenkin MP, Kate Hoey MP & Scott Mann MP

      The speakers;


      Sir Bernard Jenkin MP
      Chairman of Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee


      Kate Hoey MP
      Labour Member of Parliament for Vauxhall



      Scott Mann MP
      Member of Parliament for North Cornwall


      £10 payable on the door or in advance
      Including drinks and refreshments

      To purchase your ticket visit:

      Alternatively, click here for a form to book your place

      Lectures: 1pm – 2pm
      Discussion: 2pm – 2.30pm
      Drinks and refreshments: 2.30pm – 5pm

    • Jackie Wilton 14:56 on February 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for this information.
      If I am in London I will go along.


  • ross1948 20:00 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , London, ,   

    Demon’s Tomb Vandalised – It Wasn’t Me That Done It! 

    What a BIG story the Guardian made of it, the ‘vandalism’ of Adolf Hitler’s grave!

    Karl Marx’s London grave vandalised in suspected hammer attack



    Not Hitler – his body was never given a grave, nor was Goering’s, nor many of the top Nazis.

    Their totalitarian ideology was deemed so heinous that their mortal remains were disposed of quietly and secretly, so that any acolytes who might seek to honour their memory would be denied the opportunity to do so.



    Not so the monster Marx, whose grave in London’s Highgate Cemetery was vandalised the other day, and,judging from the evidence, ‘twas a left-handed individual whodunnit!

    I have an alibi!


    I was here in Jakarta, with at least one witness most of the day concerned.

    And I hope they never catch the culprit – except if he or she is to be given a medal!.

    I have expressed my view of this previously.


    Hitler-Haus Faces Blitz – How About Satan’s Lair in London? 

    Britain should long since have disinterred the old devil and dumped the cadaver of the man whose ideology has meant nothing but death and slavery – for far more innocents than the Nazis accounted for –  into the North Sea, or better still an adjacent sewer.

    Still, the damage to the monument flushed out some ratbags, like the Marx Memorial Library, which lamented the harm done to ‘our heritage,’ thus making clear their indifference to BRITAIN’s heritage…


    …which, proud and free and glorious, is the antithesis of marxism.

    Oh, and there’s also that nasty little creep Michael Rosen, a vicious leftist whom we have written about in the past and exposed for what he is….


    Read all about him here – Like CNN, UK Guardian Sees Public ‘As Stupid As Sh-t!’ 

    …and who now wants to launch an appeal for money to repair the monstrosity.

    Get your wooden nickels and nine-bob notes ready!



    • Mack the Knife 20:06 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply



    • Noreen Paterson 20:46 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If I had a hammer…
      I would have helped out, but it wasn’t me either.


    • Diana 20:53 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      That Rosen looks like a fiendish gnome.
      After reading what you found out about him, I think he is what he looks like.
      I wish we had a real conservative government that would dynamite the tomb.
      Then there would be no more vandalism problems.


    • Petra Malley 21:29 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      He was German and last year, was it, the Germans insulted the multi-million victims of marxism by erecting a big statue of the founding father of communism in Trier, where Juncker made a speech saying what a fine schwein Marx was.
      Dig him up and send him back.


    • Ned A 22:16 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The most the hammering hero would get is a fine and I would chip into any fund to pay it.


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