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  • ross1948 15:04 on September 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: all-black Songs of Praise, , Brits Out, , Londonderry, ,   

    ‘Hate-Crime’ Hogwash Spreads To Ulster! 

    He instigated hate crime within our community by just asking why there were no white people on a programme,” said Ms Seenoi-Barr.

    Has this whiner no notion of irony, to bleat thus?



    We all know how just about everything these days is subjected to PC/BLM scrutiny to make sure it’s “inclusive!”

    Hell mend you if don’t have a dark person skilfully inserted in a line-up!

    Obviously, the target of this whiner, who is involved in a local ethnic busy-body clique…



    ….Mr Gregory Campbell MP, did find it offensive earlier this year, when the ever ‘inclusive’ UK Pravda excluded white folks from its already politicised “Songs of Praise…’

    – remember this?


    … but he should not have been surprised.

    BBC and their ilk are only alert to sinful racism when it cuts one way.

    Gregory Campbell…

    (we’ve heard of him before! Ulster’s Terrorist Republican Minority – A Joke Begets a DEATH THREAT! )



    ….is entirely justified in what he said then, and in his response last week.

    It does a disservice to this committee and witnesses who come before it to assert that someone was engaged in hate crime who has been has been the victim of hate crime over many, many years.”


    Too true.

    There are real haters around ‘across the water,’ Sinn Fein for example….



    ….unrepentant still in regard to their political wing’s ethnic cleansing terror war.

    Indeed, their scumbag supporters continue to bray a racist slogan, ‘Brits Out! ‘

    • Billy King 15:30 on September 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Gregory Campbell is a good MP and that’s why so many no-good people hate him!


  • ross1948 17:46 on May 23, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , INLA republican terror gang, IRSP, Londonderry, Patsy O'Hara,   

    Gunfire In Ulster – Terrorists Not Yet Arrested? Answers, Please, PSNI… 

    Has the BBC covered this story…

    …or are they operating another UK Pravda cover-up?

    A gang of gunmen were caught on camera openly firing their weapons – yet no arrests have been made.

    The incident occurred in Londonderry this weekend, as disloyal republican rats gathered to honour the terrorist Patsy O’Hara.

    A prison photo of Patsy O'Hara taken during a six month incarceration period in 1975, which was released only in 2009 … | Fighting irish, Irish history, Irish pride
    Convicted of carrying a hand grenade. Suicide by deliberate self-starvation

    There will be widespread anger over the failure of the Police Service of Northern Ireland to be on the scene, when they should have known about what was planned.

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    Thousands of decent people will share the sentiments expressed by DUP MLA Gary Middleton –

    “Over recent weeks we have seen strident police action against people involved in protests across Northern Ireland. None of those incidents involved firearms yet the PSNI has spared no efforts in pursing those involved!


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    Gary Middleton MLA


    “Whilst the PSNI have said they are investigating last night’s incident, many people will be watching to see how rigorously this is pursued.

    “There can be absolutely no justification for bringing firearms onto the streets in a blatant terrorist display.

    “It is incumbent upon all political representatives in the city to condemn this incident.

    “Unfortunately there are some parties and representatives who continue to glorify and celebrate terrorism. That sends out a dangerous signal to those who wish to replicate those tactics today…”



    We’ve seen Sinn Fein honour IRA scum like Storey.

    Distance Double-Standards – Terror ‘Mourners’ Get A Pass? 

    While it’s true that O’Hara was involved with the vicious IRSP/INLA treason gangs…

    …it’s a fact that Sinn Fein/IRA constitute Ulster’s principal Enemy Within and I wonder what SF have to say about this episode.

    Of immediate concern, PSNI must know where people can found for interrogation to advance investigation into this outrage.

    They should be swooping, fully-armed, on known terrorist lairs!

    • Billy King 18:00 on May 23, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Good stuff, Ross.
      Not much of this to be found in the ‘mainsteam’ media.
      We need friends like you to tell people what a double standard loyal British people face, with that PSNI.


    • Adrian Romilly66 21:48 on May 23, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Sound, as always, on Northern Ireland


  • ross1948 19:24 on January 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Londonderry, ,   

    Disloyals Warn – ‘We Don’t Want Soldier F’s Supporters At Trial!’ 

    That sounds like a key part of the message coming out of the latest kerfuffle in Londonderry,  where fans of the witch-hunt…

    ….being mounted against ‘Soldier F,’ one of those servicemen ( long since retired) dragged into a legal mire over his part in so-called ‘Bloody Sunday,’ the long-ago incident when 13 participants in an illegal parade were shot dead.



    It took two reports to get the politically correct result, the second report, in 2010, contradicting the first, which did not smear the soldiery.

    Witch-Hunt Ban Depends On Talks With Terror Fans? 

    We have commented on this before, but now a proposal to move the proceedings from Londonderry to Belfast has the whiners up in arms again,

    Today the families are worried once more that they having to endure more  pressure and travel to see justice done for their loved ones.

    I have made the trip often enough.

    It was an undemanding bus ride.

    But then we get to what is perhaps the underlying issue for those playing, not so much the boring, jaded ( and typically republican) victim card, but a sectarian blame-game!

    The same republican reveals the continuing spectre of disloyal violence by acknowledging that Soldier F’s supporters face a real risk of if they show up in the vicinity of the court…


    ….because that neighbourhood’s Enemy Within are either so numerous or so rabid, or both, that protesting the soldier’s  innocence  could endanger Ulster Brit patriots engaged in protest!

    As for security concerns raised today I would say there is more security problems for the police in Belfast because if the trial was heard there then supporters of Soldier F would feel safe enough to turn up and protest against the trial, and this could lead to counter protests against the Para’s supporters,” https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/jan/17/bloody-sunday-families-irate-soldier-fs-trial-may-move-to-belfast

    In other words, on the streets of Londonderry…


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    …supporters of Soldier F would NOT feel safe enough to turn up and protest against the trial..

    There’s little doubt that most decent British people, both on the UK mainland, but also in Ulster…

    A Soldier Support Banner on the Lisburn Road in Belfast.
    A Soldier Support Banner on Lisburn Road in Belfast.  Damned right!

    ….want to let the old soldier go home and enjoy his well-earned retirement.

    Fans of the witch-hunt claim they resent the prospect of having to undertake an easy journey to the scene of the hearing.

    But when asked to elaborate on this trivial objection, the mask slips and threats to the safety of critics of the witch-hunt loom suddenly large!

  • ross1948 21:58 on August 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Apprentice Boys, August Twelfth, Clydevalley Flute Band, Larne, Londonderry, Police Service of Northen Irelandc, ,   

    Ulster – Cops Cower From Disloyal Thuggery Threats! 

    The police flanked members of Clydevalley Flute Band from Larne during Saturday's parade
    PSNI police ‘escorting’ Clydevalley Flute Band on Saturday

    It’s always a great day out with lots of grand bands marching along, like Larne’s Clydevalley Flute Band.

    But that particular band chose not only to celebrate the actions of long-dead heroes, but also to show respect for modern heroes too.

    They attached insignia of the Parachute Regiment to their uniforms, featuring the letter ‘F…”


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    Who’s ‘Offended’ By ‘Support Soldier F?’ Scumbags! 

    ….a clear show of support for the British soldier currently being witch-hunted by the UK political/legal establishment.

    And why the HELL should the Larne band not show support!?!

    More precisely…

    Why the HELL did the insipids of the PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland) confront the patriotic bandsmen (and women) and then harass them on their way home afterwards?

    PSNI have told us why –

    – they were worried about the ‘sensitivities’ of disloyal ratbags in the vicinity!




    …the most senior PSNI officer in Derry, Supt Gordon McCalmont said the response was “balanced and proportionate….geographical sensitivities are key in this….We are talking hundreds of metres here from where Bloody Sunday unfolded. 

    Big deal.

    Most British people are very supportive of the persecuted soldier…


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    …and there’s absolutely no reason why a bunch of Sinn Fein swine’s ‘sensitivities’ should take priority over the patriotic sympathies of decent loyal Brits.

    But then McCalmont opened up a bit.

    “We had made the assessment because of the views of the local residents that we had gathered over the months and the understanding from the community that the geographical sensitivities were such that any display would likely lead to a breach of the peace.”


    NB – stripping away the euphemisms, it’s clear that there was neither threat nor intention of threat on the part of the marching band.

    McCalmont is plainly saying that the Enemy Within in the neighbourhood would likely REACT to the band by breaching the peace.


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    Since when is it the job or duty of the police to aid and abet intimidation!?

    If anti-British elements in that or any neighbourhood adopt a menacing attitude to good citizens passing lawfully along the Queen’s Highway, said elements should be given clear warning –

    Bob down, ratbags!

    If, having been warned, they turn violent, then THAT’S why the police in Ulster are armed.

    If truncheons and/or tear-gas do not suffice, unholster the fire-arms.

    No wonder the Governor of the Apprentice Boys Association Graeme Stenhouse called the antics of the cops as “heavy handed.”

    He said it was his understanding that no crime had been committed.

    “It would be nice to hear to know the opinions of senior police officers on why this approach was taken,” Mr Stenhouse said.

  • ross1948 00:05 on February 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , British soldiers vets, , , Londonderry, re-routing, ,   

    Londonderry Air…Polluted By The Stench Of Treason! 

    Since when may British Armed Forces veterans not march proudly through the streets of a British city?




    Since this month, it seems, thanks to the disloyal minority in Ulster, whose spawn in Londonderry staged a ‘public outcry.’
    From whom?
    ‘…the Bloody Sunday families and local republican groups…’ ;https://www.derrynow.com/news/british-army-veterans-march-planned-derry-moved-coleraine/145193
    The march is being held in protest at the way British Army veterans are being treated as part of investigations into Northern Ireland’s legacy issues..

    Queen’s Speech – No Mention of Pardons For Her Troops? 

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    For pity’s sakes, have we not heard enough ‘Bloody Sunday’ bleating from these people?
    Not one of them is a loyal subject of HM – their allegiance is not to the Red, White and Blue but to the green, white and gold, the banner of the arrogant republic beyond the border.
    That foreign state has never fulfilled its obligations under the Helsinki Pact, which it signed, not far off fifty years ago, namely, to recognise all existing international frontiers in Europe.
    Eire still nurtures expansionist ambitions to bring Ulster under its alien flag.
    The march was planned for next month, to lay a wreath at Londonderry’s war memorial, Eire’s fifth column has got it re-routed to another city entirely.  


    sod that


    The ex-servicemen and women have been directed instead to conduct their ceremonies in Coleraine.Shame.
    And shame again on all the appeasement and surrenders we’ve seen, pandering to people who deserve not consideration but contempt for their engrained treason.




    If they don’t want to watch honourable people march through their streets, they should stay indoors – or better still, sod off to the republic they so badly want to be part of.
    None of them would be missed,.



    • Billy King 13:06 on February 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You sum it up just fine, Ross.
      It’s our army and our ex-servicemen and the ones who did the shooting on Good Sunday need medals not prosecution.


  • ross1948 20:39 on July 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , INLA, Londonderry, , , O'Hara funeral, , , ,   

    Clerics Indifferent to Terrorist Scum – Where? Libya? NO, The UK! 

    Hey ho, away we go, and there you all were, thinking I’m about to have a go at some mad mullahs, of whom there are altogether too many on this planet, true, but sectarian blind eyes to terrorist vermin are not unique to one brand of bigot.


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    • Today, the scandalous indifference by so-called ‘men of God’ is reported from Ulster, where Sinn Fein/IRA is not the only manifestation of terrorist treason.

    There’s another murder gang back in that beautiful little province, and it’s called the INLA, the ‘Irish National Liberation Army,’ with plenty of innocent blood on its hands, its objective not liberation but imperialist subjugation of all Ulster folk to Dublin rule, a foreign flag flying over Belfast and Londonderry.


    INLA vermin on parade – not one arrest!


    These republican swine showed up outside a church in Londonderry in full paramilitary uniform and strutted through the streets like the nazi filth they are, all in honour of the deceased mother of some terrorist bitch that went on one of those splendid terminal diets in the 1980s.

    The police, the PSNI, a poor shadow of the good old RUC, let the scum march along, no action taken, and when the local Catholic authorities were asked to speak up on how a swarm of bigot thugs had formed up outside the funeral church?

    …the press office of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Derry said: “It didn’t happen on our grounds so we are not getting involved at all. Just let the politicians and the people on the street deal with it..”




    Pure Pontius Pilate!

    There’s scarcely an issue on the planet that doesn’t evoke some bleating clerical claptrap –  so why won’t they condemn evil that’s right under their noses?

    But ‘clerics without conscience’ is a phenomenon we get so much of here in Indonesia, it’s hard to be shocked. 

    I’m no big fan of Nelson McAusland, MLA, who is part of the DUP cabal that collaborates with Sinn Fein at Stormont, but I have to hand it to him for his comments on this shameful priestly…what?


    Or is it the pro-terrorism we’ve seen and heard too often from disloyal clerics, like the ‘reverend’ rat who dared call the Blood Beast ‘a man sent by God.’ Terror Gang Leader Adams, Complicit in Child Molesting – ‘AMan Sent by God?’  — That vile old swine who praised the Sinn Fein fiend was not at once excommunicated. Nor was he denied his church’s funeral rites when he died and went to whichever fiery place awaited him.

    So let’s applaud Nelson today!

    …in Londonderry the Roman Catholic Church opted not to condemn an illegal paramilitary parade by masked INLA men outside a church building in which requiem mass had just been celebrated. That silence will alarm most people in Ulster – Roman Catholic as well as Protestant.

    In other situations and on many occasions, Roman Catholic spokesmen have commented on what has happened on public roads and footpaths outside church buildings, or in the vicinity of church buildings, saying that such actions or events show a lack of respect for the buildings. So why have they opted not to comment on this grotesque display by the INLA? Are they not operating double standards?


    MUCH worse than double standards, methinks.

  • ross1948 11:02 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Londonderry, , , , turncoat, ,   

    James McLean – No Poppy? No Place for Him, In ANY UK Team! 

    Non-British readers may never have heard of Wigan, so I’ll start by saying it’s a town in north-western England, and if non-Brits have heard of it, likely it’s because of Orwell’s Road to Wigan Pier. 


    I’ve never been there, but have seen road signs pointing off the M6 motor-way, so can confirm it’s part of the UK, which, I’m sure you know, means the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. That’s important with regard to the topic this morning.

    For people from the North of Ireland such as myself, and specifically those in Derry, scene of the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre, the poppy has come to mean something very different.  http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/football-league/james-mcclean-wigan-midfielder-explains-his-refusal-to-wear-a-remembrance-poppy-on-his-shirt-9848447.html

    That’s an extract from a letter sent by somebody called James McLean, who plays for the town’s football (soccer) team.

    He’s been booed (good!) for his refusal to wear a Remembrance Poppy on his jersey, and his letter is his attempt at self-exculpation. 



    Turns out this specimen has a history, but even before we look at that, the very language he uses gives him away for what he is.

    The ‘North of Ireland…’   ‘Derry.’  

    The treason talk of Ulster’s disloyal minority.

     Vandal traitors at work

    You can spot them by their usage of those terms, which are their way of dissing Ulster’s British identity. They can’t bring themselves to use the proper name for the Province, which is Northern Ireland. The city he hails from is famed for the heroic Seige. Loyal British Ulsterfolk have no hesitation about invoking its memory. Those whose allegiance is to a foreign state will not utter the name of Londonderry.

     County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

    Mere linguistic quibbling on my part to damage McLean’s image? Hardly – here’s an extract from another report on his treacherous stance.

    .. he signed for Sunderland from Derry City and stated his ‘dream’ was to play for the Republic of Ireland. ..

    Yet he comes from a British city in a Province of the UK? No dream of playing for Northern Ireland? No, he has made it plain he prefers to play for a foreign side rather than the place he was born in! 

    That same Daily Mail report mentions that he has declared his enthusiasm for an IRA song. No surprise there.




    When he made his disloyal choice public, he was rightly named a ‘turncoat’ in the Belfast Telegraph, 8th August 2011. He himself told The Score that he only ever viewed a previous move to join Northern Ireland’s squad as purely to help his career. (1oth May, 2012)

    McLean’s no man of principle, indisputably, but his response was to accuse the newspaper of being ‘sectarian’ and staffed by ‘bigots.’  

    Bigots? Because they drew the obvious conclusion from his own stated preference for another country over his own?

    No wonder he won’t sport a poppy.

    He stands exposed as a rabid republican, no better than those Sudeten-Germans in 1938 who cheered on Hitler not only for his annexation of the border lands where they predominated, but also in his subjugation of the entire Czech nation.



    Mural, Shankill Parade, off Shankill Road.


    An identical ambition to that of McLean and his ilk, who share Sinn Fein’s evil dream of all Ulsterfolk being subjected to Dublin rule. 

    • Billy King 13:12 on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Truer words never spoken, my friend.
      This republican should be chased off every British football pitch whenever he shows his Sinn Fein face.
      Keep up the good work!


    • ranger 16:27 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      The hell with this republican, whoever signed him for Wigan needs his head read.
      I hope he’s chased off the pitch if he ever shows his traitor face again.


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