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  • ross1948 00:20 on August 12, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: loyalty to Queen and Country, Migration Conspiracy, ,   

    Migrants? None Dare Call It Conspiracy? 

    It was only a day or so ago that I took readers back to the heinous era when the major UK political parties conspired against democracy…

    Sunak’s Clueless Coin? Stuff The Tories! 

    ..refusing to make immigration an election issue.

    Now we find mention of the same grandly treasonous design in a part of the media with a vastly wider readership than mine…

    ….conspiracy of silence about the impact of mass migration has cost Britain dear

    …but the introductory sentence in the Telegraph article may seem a little anaemic, as if the way the realm has been blighted might be dismissed as a mere planning problem…

    Failure to plan for the extra millions of people coming to Britain is behind many of our current woes… https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/08/09/conspiracy-silence-impact-mass-migration-has-cost-britain-dear/

    …as if, had governments devised administrative procedures to absorb those millions, assimilate them, rather than impose multicult…

    …all might have worked out well.
    Well, yes, it might.

    A far more accurate assessment might surely be that..

    Failure to BAN the extra millions of people coming to Britain is behind many of our current woes..

    The level of intimidation faced by Brits who spoke up, the oppressive anti-free speech laws…

    …enforced by an increasingly politicised police…

    Police-State UK? Don’t Dare Say It’s OK To Be White! 

    London Fallen Indeed? Cur Cops Crawl Before The Rabble! 

    …and the sheer uppity arrogance of too many – not all but too many – among the ‘minority communities’  – as if, for pity’s sakes, there should be any such ‘communities…’













    …when they should ALL see themselves as ONE community, the realm – loyal subjects of Her Britannic Majesty!

    What a fearsome price Brits have paid!

    Nevertheless, the article is well worth reading, not least because it makes honourable mention of Migration Watch UK, and that excellent organisation’s warning 20 years ago.

    If only warnings issued over FIFTY years ago….

    ….or more, had not been shouted down by Britain’s Enemy Within!

    • Petra Malley 22:38 on August 12, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      And so say all of us, who can remember when Britain was a free country.


  • ross1948 21:18 on January 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: catholic magazine, , loyalty to Queen and Country, , , , The Tablet   

    Loyalty Oath? ‘Appease Murder-Gang Fans,’ Say Catholic Magazine! 

    There’s a Catholic magazine called ‘The Tablet,’ which, to the best of my recollection, used to be a very respectable publication…


    …the favourite reading material of a Catholic friend of mine, the owner of the shop where I worked during my school holidays, who occasionally used to read me extracts in vain hopes of recruiting me for Rome.

    Argie Dope’s Dorks – A Pray-Day, But Not For Crimmigrants’ Prey! 

    Dope! “Prioritise Migrants’ Dignity Over National Security!”

    My friend passed on years ago, but if he were still around, he’d be so horrified by the Argie Dope’s asininities that he might have converted out of his denomination!

    But I never thought The Tablet would descend to the disgusting level it reached this month, when the ‘influential Catholic weekly The Tablet called for the House of Commons’ oath of allegiance to be modified in order that Irish republicans can take their seats.’

    Do the editors not know that the ‘Irish republicans’ they are talking about are Sinn Fein, the ‘political wing’ of the IRA murder-gang?

    Murder McGuinness in terrorist gear

    A leader column in the international weekly urges a similar oath to that at Stormont, where MLAs promise to obey the law rather than pledging allegiance to the British monarch.

    True, there’s an argument for a change – in the Stormont oath, created by the sell-outs in Westminster as part of the appeasement package.

    Making Sinn Fein MLAs pledge allegiance would put the vermin in their proper place -OUT!

    The Tablet said the present oath “may be regarded as a historical relic of past religious troubles”.

    It’s not any religious aspect of the oath that upsets Sinn Finn/IRA scumbags – it’s the very idea that they should be expected to be loyal to the country they live in, the UK, and not to the alien and hostile republic…

    …which has always salivated at the prospect of bringing British Ulster under Dublin rule!

    And continues, under its present leadership, so to salivate!


    ….There’s one thing that I would like to say though – I am somebody who firmly believes in a united Ireland and I believe a united Ireland in my lifetime is possible…’ 

    • Jock Tamson 22:22 on January 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Why would we drop the oath to let these b-stards come into the Commons? There are enough anti-British MPs there already, that we saw when those SNP bozos deliberately messed about with their oaths.
      And another Separatist named McCaskill was just after telling us the traditional prayers have to go too, because we have let so many non-Christians live in our country?


    • Tommy Deacon 02:14 on January 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I never understand why Varadkar and almost everybody else in Dublin want a ‘United Ireland.’
      If all those British Protestant Unionists are against it, what’s the use or value in going against their wishes?


  • ross1948 21:05 on January 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Largs, Loyal Scots, loyalty to Queen and Country, ,   

    Neds V Loyal Scots? Mini-‘Outrage’ Outbreak! 

    The SNP’s dubious allegiance to the Crown – and the class-hatreds which have always festered on the far-left of the separatist party – was on display as 2020 descended on Scotland, when a Labour councillor ‘caused anger after implying SNP MP Mhairi Black was a “ned” on Twitter.’

    To me, it seems that the voters of Largs, a pleasant Ayrshire seaside town which was once home to an elderly great-aunt of mine, so I know it quite well from childhood visits, might well be anything but ‘angry’ with their councillor, a young man called Alex Gallagher shared his video, calling out the sullied loyalties of the separatist ratbags –

    How many SNP MPs are just neds?“.


    A ‘ned’ in Scots slang, is a lowlife street lout, and while Black and her sort are not muggers or engaged in other common criminal behaviour…

    Lords Get Ermine, Commons Get Vermin – Two Disloyal Scots! 

    …her rude, crude, conditional oath of allegiance to HM The Queen must have disgusted many a Scot.

    As Gallagher said: “If people get themselves elected to the main chamber they should behave in a dignified manner when they get there rather than behave in an immature and childish fashion.

    “To my mind, it shows a deep disrespect. If they don’t want to take the vow then they shouldn’t put themselves forward to get elected in the first place. They shouldn’t pretend they can’t read the vow or cross their fingers.


    The news report claims that the tweeted video ‘sparked outrage,’ a strange way to describe a mere 200 plus leftist/separatist snarls. Largs has a population of more than 11,000 people.

    One of the snarlies was SNP councillor Alan Hill, who appears to be ignorant of his own party’s policy of keeping HM as Scotland’s head of state if they gain ‘independence,’ which would of course not be independence at all…

…since they also want Scotland to be controlled by Brussels.

Hill howled that the video was ‘derogatory and a bit insulting coming from a Labour politician to a lady from a working class background.’

So Hill wouldn’t be nearly as fretty if somebody was ‘derogatory and a bit insulting’ to a lady from middle or upper class background? Class-prejudiced oaf!

Cllr. Gallagher incidentally, advised the public that Black was actually from a ‘posh’ area…



…but it’s Hill’s other accusatory bleat that we should note carefully.

”I didn’t realise he was a monarchist…”


  • ross1948 20:58 on October 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , loyalty to Queen and Country, UK appointment of EU Commissioner,   

    Betcha Bojo Won't Take His Opportunity To Send A Spartan! 

    Now’s the day and now’s the hour!

    Britain will have to propose an EU commissioner if it still is a member of the EU after 31 October, European Commission president-elect Ursula von der Leyen said Thursday. The UK is likely to get an extension to the Brexit deadline, and under EU law, all member states have to propose a commissioner. The new commission will come into office with at least one month delay, on 1 December. https://euobserver.com/tickers/146394


    Few committed Brexiteers trust Johnson any longer, and for those who still cling to the hope that he cares about British independence, this decision will surely be a clincher.

    Most if not all my UK readers will be aware of what I define as the ‘treason compact’by which the Brussels Empire requires ‘E.U. Commissioners’ – aka Commissars – to swear.

    Instead of maintaining their allegiance to their own country, which is the paramount duty of every citizen of every country, appointees must undetake ALWAYS to put the EUSSR first.

    I’m not distorting or exaggerating- that’s fact!

    So will the Forsworn Fop nominate another lickspittle lackey of the sort we’ve seen time and time again, the likes of the oleaginous Leon Brittan, back in the Eighties, up through Bliar’s favourite homo, Mandelson, or the Kinnocks….


    Hasil gambar untuk kinnock eu

    The Kinnocks did very well out of their Brussels jaunts


    ….down to recent Commissars like Julian King, whose fanatical Europhiliac ranting during the referendum campaign showed everyone where his ‘loyalties’ lay, and no doubt still lie.

    In a near-hysterical social media outburst he raved that Johnson’s “crass and dangerous” rhetoric will “fuel violence” on Britain’s streets… https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-news-today-brexit-eu-commissioner-jo-cox-latest-a9120966.html

    So unlikely Bojo will give him any further tenure there!

    What any self-respecting UK PM would surely do is appoint a known patriot, one of the Spartans, perhaps…


    Farage would be fun, but Johnson won’t do that, for partisan political reasons


    – and make the appointment conditional on an undertaking from the appointee that he or she would ALWAYS put British interests first when discussing and voting on any Commission decision.

    It would need to be a person of strong character – Bill Cash MP, maybe…


    Bill Cash MP


    …or how about Stuart Wheeler, the Brexit backing millionaire, who performed very well against Lefty Sackur on BBC Hard Talk this month?

    Either of those good guys would have a field day during the obligatory inquisitions that candidates undergo at the hands of the Strasbourg Slugs.


      The Brief: Never, ever trust Guy Verhofstadt

    They’d make mince-meat of Ghastly Guy Verhofstadt!


    But more than likely, Boris Johnson will be a good little boy and send yet another Yes-Man to Brussels, another stooge sworn to serve the ‘European Project.’


    The PM is all mouth and trousers, or should we echo his own words – a big girl’s blouse!?!

    For your information –

    Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
    Christopher Soames External Relations (Vice President) Ortoli Conservative
    George Thomson Regional Policy Ortoli Labour
    Roy Jenkins President Jenkins Labour
    Christopher Tugendhat Budget, Financial Control and Financial Institutions Jenkins Conservative
    Budget, Financial ControlFinancial InstitutionsPersonnel and Administration (Vice President) Thorn
    Ivor Richard Employment, Social AffairsEducation and Training Thorn Labour
    The Lord Cockfield Internal MarketCustoms Union and Taxation (Vice President) Delors I Conservative
    Stanley Clinton-Davis[83] EnvironmentConsumer ProtectionNuclear Safety and Transport Delors I Labour
    EnvironmentNuclear Safety and Transport
    Bruce Millan Regional Policy Delors II Labour
    Regional Policy Delors III
    Leon Brittan Competition and Financial Institutions (Vice President) Delors II Conservative
    Trade (Vice President) Delors III
    External Relations and Trade (Vice President) Santer
    Neil Kinnock Transport Santer Labour
    Administrative Reform (Vice President) Prodi
    Chris Patten External Relations Prodi Conservative
    Peter Mandelson[84] Trade Barroso I Labour
    Catherine Ashton[84][85] Trade Barroso I Labour
    Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
    Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (First Vice President) Barroso II
    Jonathan Hill[86] Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union Juncker Conservative
    Julian King[86] Security Union Juncker Conservative


  • ross1948 16:30 on July 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Andrew Brigen MP, , Charles Tannock MEP, Damien Green MP, , , loyalty to Queen and Country,   

    Allegiance? To Whom? ”Part-British’ MPs Grab For Eire Passports! 

    Shocking indeed, to those still capable of being shocked by the Remainiac rats!

    ‘British’ legislators, not one or two but numbered in double figures, are applying for foreign passports, which imply, if not require, a duty to foreign governments…



    …and here’s naive old me thinking that when they took their seats in the Commons or the Lords, they had taken an oath of unequivocal allegiance to Her Britannic Majesty!

    So let’s award full marks to a brave Tory MP named Andrew Brigen’

     “If people are elected to represent the UK and now decide they want to be a foreign national then that’s a bit of a stab in the back for us. Perhaps they should also take a share of southern Irish debt.


    Gambar terkait

    Andrew Brigen MP..

    “I think they should immediately stand down from the House of Commons if they have done that. They can then go and stand for the Irish senate instead.”




    How can these people live with themselves, embracing one of the EUSSR’s subject regimes when Britain is locked in a protracted struggle against the arrogant elite in Brussels?

    Not a lot one can do about individual Lords, since they are not democratically accountable…


    Gambar terkait


    …so why not abolish them altogether!

    But MPs who turn their coats should be brought to heel by those who elected them!

    Investigate and identify the renegades!

    It was fairly nauseating to hear Charles Tannock MEP on France24 on Monday, gloating about how ‘I already have an Irish passport.’

    To be fair, his dual nationality long predates this current controversy, but given Dublin’s history of back-stabbing, their refusal to join the fight against Hitler in WW2 …



    …a dereliction compounded by De Valera’s extravagant mourning when the Nazi Fuhrer died in his bunker, and Dublin’s wretched pro-Argie antics during the Falklands War…

    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 

    …surely nobody who aspires  to any position in public life in the United Kingdom should WANT, let alone be afforded, the right to citizenship of an alien republic that has NEVER renounced its anti-democratic claim to an integral part of HM’s realm.


    Tannock should renounce his alternative nationality.


    Hasil gambar untuk charles tannock Conservative MEP



    But his background tends to make us think he’s unlikely to give up that passport issued to him by a country long understood to harbour expansionist hostility towards our fellow-citizens in Ulster.

    Tannock co-authored a Europhiliac article in the Spectator with the notorious Brussels groveller Damien Green, now elevated by May to a dangerously influential place in her administration.

    If you read it, you will understand what sort of allegiance he – they – really see as suitable.

    Most Tories want to remain in the EU. Here’s why – Spectator Blogs

    The Express report tells us that –

    The rules regarding who can stand as an MP state a person must be 18 or over, a British of Commonwealth citizen – but also allows for Republic of Ireland citizens to stand for election due to the historical ties between the nations..

    Historical ties?

    Ulster – Does Enda Kenny Carry A UK Passport? 

    Historical knife in the back!

    Treat Eire as the enemy it is!

    And give British law-makers an ultimatum.

    Proclaim allegiance to the British Crown – and the British Crown alone…

    ….or get the hell out, to wherever dual citizenship allows you to go.

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