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  • ross1948 08:16 on May 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: defamation of anthems, EUSSR anthem, , , , mao, ,   

    Evil Anthems, Exalted By Odious Women…and Men! 

    If you took even a brief look at our previous post this sunny Jakarta day…

    ….you will have read about the deplorable scenes in Hong Kong where protesting pro-democracy legislators were subjected to physical force by paid goons…



    …when a law held in high regard by the pro-Red China collabo faction was up for debate.

    What is striking about that report, if you read it in full, is how much that law resembles the one just rolled out by the one-time Communist collaborator who runs Germany at the present time.



    After the democracy legislators were ejected, a comsymp vixen named Starry was put in the chair and ‘this, her opponents fear, will make it easier for the national anthem bill to be passed.’

    Yes, the HK legislation was framed to make it a punishable offence to mock not the flag of Hong Kong but the anthem of the marxist monstrosity, the so-called ‘Chinese People’s Republic’…



    ….the brutal entity spawned by the mass-murderer Mao.

    Just as in Germany this month, Mama Stasi Merkel’s ban was not on defamation of the German flag or anthem…


    Banners Of Evil Deserve The Torch! Esp. THAT Flag! 

    ..but of the vile banner and the odious ode of her true love, the EUSSR.

    • Annelie Neumann 13:42 on May 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      A very good comparison, sir.
      The ex-Stasi woman in Berlin and the other Communist-friendly woman in Hong Kong.
      Both angry if the song they salute is insulted.
      How can we mock a song?
      Interrupt it to walk out to go together to toilet?
      Write new unpolite words and sing them loudly?


  • ross1948 07:46 on October 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: chiang kai shek, , , kuo min tang, mao, October 1st. 1949-2029,   

    After 70 Years Of Tyranny – If Only Chiang Kai Shek Had Won! 

    In 1949, the Republic of China went down to defeat, thanks largely to betrayals by Communist sympathisers in the USA…


    Chiang Kai Shek


    ….who managed to cut and cut and cut American support to Chiang Kai Shek, who had been the West’s WW2 ally.

    ….late 1943, to cite a prominent instance, White and his fellow Soviet agent Solomon Adler, Treasury attaché in China, launched a disinformation campaign to discredit our anti-Communist ally Chiang Kai-shek, deny him U.S. assistance, and turn U.S. policy in favor of the Communists under Mao Tse-tung.

    This campaign, aided by  Adler’s State Department Chungking roommate John Stewart Service and other U.S. diplomats in China, succeeded, with results that we are still living with today…  

    Once Mao’s bloody butchers had the country at their mercy…



    …massive slaughter ensued, tens of millions murdered to secure the victory handed the Reds by their comrades in the United States.

    Today is no anniversary worth celebrating.

    Had Chiang’s Kuo Min Tang government won that civil war, there is every reason to believe that the economic successes in Free China…



    …aka Taiwan, would have been replicated large-scale on the mainland, much as little Singapore and huge India emerged  – of course with problems but without the slave-state system that characterised Red China.

    Sure, the Chinese Communist Party has recently had intelligent leadership, who, once the monster Mao was dead and gone, junked nonsensical marxist dogma and oversaw real economic progress.

    Yet they have never junked the essence of marxism, the police-state evils from which brave young people in Hong Kong are fighting hard to save their society.

    If we must mark this day, best do it by a moment’s silent contemplation of all the victims of massacres, concentration camps, firing squads and all those incarcerated since that dark October day in 1949 and those held prisoner today for believing in a –


    • Gene Kromar 08:31 on October 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good for you, Ross.
      The Nazis took power in Germany in 1933.
      How would it be if the Second World War never happened?
      Would anybody have been celebrating their 50th anniversary in 1983, or their 90th, four years from now?
      The Chinese Communists have killed a lot more innocent people than the Nazis ever did.
      They have crushed opposition parties just as cruelly. No free press, no free labor unions.
      I hope our government won’t send any representatives to events in Beijing that celebrate this horrible anniversary.


    • Mitch Haynes 14:44 on October 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It’s a pleasure to see that somebody knows the history of betrayals, Red China, Poland, and lets not forget Yugoslavia and the Albanian,tho the ladt two were Brit treason more than American.


    • Nev Newman 16:01 on October 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Chiang was defeated due to Americans who helped the Communists, that is so.

      At the same time, another wrong was done twenty years ago.
      The British should never have given Hong Kong to Communist China.
      A referendum with three choices, Red China, Free China or independence, would have been fair,


  • ross1948 17:53 on June 3, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , mao, Run for freedom,   

    UK Running Patriots V EU Running Dogs, 12th June! 

    It’s never a good idea to spurn the use of a good pejorative merely because somebody on the other side used it first.

    Like many university students in the 1960s, I read Mao’s Little Red Book, not, like my marxist class-mates, because I was in adulatory mode but because I wanted to know what the evil old mass-murdering communist was all about.




    One thing I realised back then was that the Maoists were perfectly happy to deploy rhetorical abuse that long pre-dated their horrid ideology.  

    …the OED says the use of the term “running dog” by the Communists is derived from zougou, a Chinese term for a hunting dog (from zou, to run, and gou, dog).  


    The dictionary says the Chinese used the term figuratively in the “18th cent. or earlier in political contexts” to refer to a “servile follower, lackey.”

    In the 20th century, according to Oxford, the Chinese Communists used the term for “a person who is subservient  to a foreign power…”




    The current Battle of Britain is very much a war against Remainiac running dogs, aka Europhiliacs, subservient to a foreign power, aka Brussels.

    Those heroic Brits zealously fighting Camoron ….



    ….are engaged in what that retired spy chief last month defined as a ‘populist uprising,’ a patriotic people in revolt against the anti-democratic arrogance of the EUSSR ruling class.  

    Hence this reminder, from LeaveEU, that everyone in the UK has an opportunity, on June 12th, to break sweat for freedom!

    Running in this event shows you won’t bow down to the running dogs of the supranational elite!


    Join a host of famous faces in raising awareness of why Britain should vote to LEAVE the European Union on June 23rd. Come along to our event to hear some inspiring speeches, take part in our 1km walk, 5km run or simply support our runners by wearing your freedom run T-shirts. Everyone is welcome!
    • Help us demonstrate the importance of freedom for Britain
    • Help us distribute a million leaflets in one day
    • Help us inform the British public of the facts
    • Help us obtain media coverage
    • 10.30am  Gates open
    • 11.00am  Sporting hero speeches
    • 11.45pm  Warm up
    • 12.00pm  5km run commences
    • 01.00pm  1km walk commences
    • 01.45pm  Political figure speeches
    NB: Free onsite parking and refreshments are available to purchase.
    If you are unable to make this event then why not set up your own freedom run/ walk in your local town? Purchase one of our t-shirts here and contact us with the details of your event – Groupsupport@leave.eu
  • ross1948 10:53 on November 5, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , kudeta, mao, , , , , , Teguh Juwarno,   

    PKI Belum Mati? Public Funds and Pinko Propaganda! 

     As predicted, another fine sunny morning here!


     Been meaning to follow up on an interesting report in the Jakarta Globe, about how parliamentary questions are being asked about some $11 million of public funds splurged on participation in the Frankfurt Book Fair.

    teguh-juwarno Teguh
     “There were complaints about the presence of certain groups,”  says Teguh Juwarno, a legislator for the Islamist PAN party.
     I’m not exactly a fan of Teguh, but I’d say he’s quite right to go through expenditure of millions with a fine-tooth comb.
    Except that he falls straight into that most annoying habit we find here, intentional opacity.
    Certain groups?
    What the heck does that refer to?
    No further concrete info from Teguh, nor the Jakarta Globe, which adds that these unspecified groups of people had managed to steer discussions at the book fair into a direction that the Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry considered undesirable…
    Hasil gambar untuk frankfurt book fair pki
    But Teguh’s further words give us a clue. 
    He said his commission had received complaints from embassy staff and diplomats abroad about Indonesia’s representation at the fair.
    And back to the Jakarta Globe, which plays detective in the absence of any positive ID from Teguh.
    Presumably, Teguh was insinuating that there had been unease among Indonesian officials about the prominent role at the event of books dealing with the 1965 anti-communist purges..while it was supposed to have been all about promoting Indonesia as “17,000 islands of imagination.
    pkiposter PKI – a violent thug party
    As we all know, the PKI, Communist party of Indonesia, is outlawed here, a direct consequence of their attempted ‘kudeta’ in 1965.
    The public in general are fiercely anti-communist still, as we saw during the Presidential election last year, when attempts were made to smear President Jokowi as pro-communist.
    This was obviously done to harm his campaign, and his campaign’s energetic – and successful – effort at refutation indicate the electorate’s anti-communist outlook.
    Since the Reds were importing weaponry in vast quantities in 1965, supplied by Mao’s marxist tyranny, there’s little doubt that the PKI threat was very real.
    Yet there is constant agitation, spurred along by both the Jakarta Globe and its ‘rival,’ the Jakarta Post, to rehabilitate the totalitarian hypocrites in that party.
    This is dressed up as concern for those individuals either wrongly accused of communism or victimised purely because they had kin in the PKI or its various affiliated front organisations, like LEKRA, the ‘intellectual’ gang whose leading light was Pramoedya…

    I’ve referred readers to Tempo, issue May 16-22, 2006 before, but must once more do so, for it covers the evil old Red’s career rather well and explains why some 25 “prominent literary figures and cultural observers” put their distinguished names to a formal submission to the Magsaysay Award Committee in 1995, protesting at that body’s decision to give Pramoedya an award.


    Pramoedya the Red


    Their reasons were simply stated, viz his unethical role during one of the darkest periods for creativity during the Guided Democracy era, when he led the persecution of artists and literary figures who disagreed with him. (this protest is air-brushed out of most Western references nowadays, though a brief mention is to be found in an otherwise slavishly pro-Pram article in the Economist http://www.economist.com/node/168819 )

    ...but neither of those ‘revisionist’ papers seems able or willing to make a sufficently clear distinction between the above categories – who do indeed deserve sympathy – and vicious old PKI hacks who have never repented their evil ideology.
    We’ve noted this problem often enough.

    It’s a free country and if the JG and the JP want to lament the woes that befell communist traitors, they are entitled to do so.

    As they are entitled to afford present-day foreign marxist malignants a platform to advance their causes. 

    Jakarta Post Lets Oz Red Urge Show Trial for Morrison! 

    However, in this case, if the allegations reflected in the JG report are correct, it’s not just pinko journos but government funds that have been enlisted in the revisionist cause.
    If the theme of the state-sponsored stand in Frankfurt was designated as boosting tourism, then stocking it with books by left-leaning authors was totally out of order.
    Not so long ago, we posted on the claims by various Islamist fanatic sources that the communist menace is alive and well.  
    Geriatrics V IslamoNazis – Jakarta 1965 – Whose Victims Were They? 
    I treated those ranters with some degree of scepticism, partly because of who they are, and partly because, knowing plenty of ordinary Indonesian folk, it seemed highly unlikely the PKI or any new version thereof, could ever gain a foothold here.
    But the news from that book-fair in Germany does make me wonder – and it has plainly made a lot of Indonesians wonder as well. 
  • ross1948 07:55 on January 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: beautiful breasts, , , , , mao, , , ,   

    Red Kill-Joys Go Nuts About Beautiful Breasts! 

    I see the Communist dictatorship in Beijing has cracked down on cleavage.  That debauched old tyrant Mao Tse Tung was heavily into sex orgies, but his heirs still glorify his memory, veiling his sins from their subjects.

    Yet they see nothing amiss in censoring these rather splendid ladies, not for anything immoral but simply for adding a most agreeable – and very non-ideological – dimension to that Maoist slogan about a ‘Great Leap Forward!’  



    Reports on the BBC this morning say Chinese viewers are up in arms, long used to the despots’ refusal to let any dissenting political voice be seen or heard on the media, but affronted by the red censors’ suppression of beauty.

    Here in Jakarta, we have long suffered similarly inane interference from kill-joys.

    Dimana Bokong2nya? – Where Are Our Buttocks? 

      It is a constant irritation to see not only splendid busts obscured by an opaque rectangle on the tv screens, but also shots which include people enjoying a drink or a cigarette.




    The clowns even banned the film ‘Noah’ to appease uptight sectarians.

    The only good thing that arises from all this nonsense is that ordinary people, especially younger people, DO feel affronted, and this gradually engenders antagonism to the ideologies – whether Marxist or Islamist – seen to be responsible.


    • JazPen 08:43 on January 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I like it better when you post things like this in the morning instead of midnight, Ross.

      It is always pleasant to view something, or somethings, like these, over breakfast.


    • ario 11:37 on January 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Good points!


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