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  • ross1948 13:41 on March 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Cameron to UKIP – Telling Terror Truth is ‘Inappropriate!’ 

    Cameron criticises Ukip for linking Brussels attacks to immigration

    • 0d8e4-kingcameronarrogant

    That man is either a fool or a traitor.

    And you don’t get to Downing Street by being a fool.

    Molenbeek would be a quiet Brussels suburb had the Belgians not sat idly by while it became infested with immigrants from countries that don’t share Western civilised values.


    • Banlieue burning French face banlieue barbarism
    • =====
    • Similarly in Paris – those no-go banlieues would be normal areas inhabited by normal folk had the French not allowed them to become alien islands populated by primitives many of whose loyalties lie elsewhere than France.
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    • Nigel+Farage
    • Farage was quite right back in January when he said –

     “The thing that makes me angry about what happened in Paris is frankly the fact that it was so utterly and entirely predictable. I think we’ve reached a point where we have to admit to ourselves, in Britain and France and much of the rest of Europe, that mass immigration and multicultural division has for now been a failure.”

    And his UKIP colleague, Mike Hookham MEP, is spot on now. 

    • Savages-poster


    Typically, The Guardian plays the patsy role, grotesque mystification of what everyone knows.

     Hookham drew the link between terrorism and immigration despite there being no information in the public domain about the identity of the attackers, their origins or motives.

    The London Tube bombing was the work of people who’d not have been there had lax immigration not allowed unassimilable sectarians in. The Paris atrocity too.

    And in Belgium?


    Will The Guardian make much of the facts when they emerge in detail, that the Brussels bombers were there EITHER because of the current invasion OR because of the insanity of past policies which allowed a part of their capital to become non-Belgian?

    I think not.   

    Europe’s crimmigration crisis is nothing new. The horde that’s descended since last year has merely dramatised the folly of decades.


  • ross1948 12:29 on February 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1982, Claude Cheysson, , , , , Helmut Schmidt, , Klaus Bolling, , Mike Hookem MEP, Mitterand,   

    Yes, UKIP! Never Forget Brussels’ Back-Stabs in the Falklands War! 

    Good to see UKIP MEP Mike Hookem, a guy with a good record of setting the record straight- Wanna Go Clubbing? Calais’s The New Hot Spot!  – knows who Britain’s enemies really are!




    “While Jeremy Corbyn’s ideas on defence and security have the potential to seriously damage to the scope of action and capability of the UK’s armed forces, the creation of a combined EU army would leave the Falkland Islands wide open for the Argentinians to simply walk back in.”




    “Can you see the French – who were happy to supply the Argentinians with Exocet anti-ship missiles and Mirage fighter jets – or the German’s allowing EU troops to be sent in defence of the Falklands? I certainly don’t think so!”   http://www.ukip.org/eu_army_biggest_threat_to_the_security_of_the_falklands

    Nor should any Brit think so!

    Back in 1982, when Brits were fighting and dying in defence of self-determination, the UK’s European partners were up to their necks in betrayal, viz that leak from French Foreign Minister Cheysson’s office, quoting his opinion that Britain’s policy was based on ‘self-conceit’ and an ‘instinctive contempt’ for Latins.


     Mitterand and Cheysson


    Mitterand, far from disowning his anti-British appointee, declared that there should be ‘no question of punishing Argentina.’   

    Oh, and then there was Klaus Bolling, who popped up like a demonic jack-in-the-box, this time with the sonorous warning that his government would be ‘deeply dismayed if there was no final attempt’ to avoid a British victory.


    Schmidt and Bolling


    Nobody today remembers Bolling, but he was the appointed spokesman for Helmut Schmidt, then Chancellor of Germany, who died recently, buried with full honours.

    Not so honourable, though, was Schmidt’s betrayal of hs ally, when his government, with sanctions still on place – for what they were worth – called for a halt to the liberation of the Falklands.

    After all, Schmidt had not disowned his Employment minister, Heinz Westphal, who had proclaimed that it was ‘inconceivable and incomprehensible’ that war should be fought for the preservation of the islanders’ rights

    British people around at the time will indeed remember “Europe’s” back-stabbing! It’s all on record, with a lot more here...

    Falklands Pride, Yes, but Reflect on EU Back-Stabbing 

    But yes, that was years ago.

    The question today, as the EUSSR referendum looms, is whether, with Schmidt replaced by Mama Stasi Merkel …


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    …and Francois Hollande sitting in the chair once occupied by Mitterand, following Mama’s lead like a lapdog, in a show of contempt for democratic principles…Hollande opens French doors to refugees despite … …is this.

    In all honesty, do you believe these sell-outs, who sell out their own, would even for a moment hesitate to sell out the British islanders in the South Atlantic.
    EU - referendum vote
    Another thought to ponder when the vote is held this year.
  • ross1948 14:34 on August 5, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    UKIP MEP Exposes Calais Savages – Knives and Hammers? C’mon, Cameron, Get Real! 

    Well done, UKIP’s MEP Mike Hookem, who has evidently avoided the Strasbourg syndrome and gets off his backside for purposes other than junkets and trips to the ATM to check his expenses have been paid on time.

    This fine chap actually went to Calais and had an energetic walkabout to see for himself the crimmigrants threatening Britain.

    He did so in response to his constituents, truckers in the North of England, who gave him first-hand accounts of threats, no, ATTACKS, against themselves by savages in Calais wielding knives and hammers.

    The link below will take you to the whole story of Mike’s trip, for which he’s been subjected to pinko abuse, of course

    But the details above are enough to make me repeat my previous exhortation for fire-arms not to be left stuck in their holsters.

    Not that hand-guns should be regarded as adequate.


    • That’s a Canadian GPMG, but same difference!
    • —————————–
    • Cameron could authorise a few dozen British soldiers to be kitted out with GPMGs, and clean up the mess in Calais overnight.
    • But it is presumptuous for anyone in the UK to suggest that HM’s armed services alone be deployed, as if dissing France’s security forces, implying they’re not up to the task.




    • Of course they are!
    • What’s needed is a joint task force, a UK contingent offered, politely and respectfully, to work together with their French counterparts in a surgical operation to take out the crimmigrant cancer. 

    Banlieue burning Paris burning

    Millions of decent French folk saw what happened when alien mobs ran amok in the Paris banlieues not long ago. They understand perfectly why Brits don’t want more scum crossing the Channel to join those already feeding on the largesse dispensed under Cameron’s lax ‘asylum’ hand-out scheme.

    In this situation, two great Western powers have a common interest, and can, if the politicians listen to the people, resolve things quickly and cleanly. http://www.politico.eu/article/ukip-to-the-rescue-calais-immigration-uk-eurotunnel-crisis/

    • Charles Deane 06:44 on August 6, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I have been thinking the same about the way England and France should be getting together and sorting this out.. All this recrimination between the two countries isn’t helping solve it.
      Unfortunately, I am not sure Hollande would be prepared to cooperate. He’s done nothing to deport the trouble-makers so far any more than he has fixed the banliue problem.
      But I believe elections of some kind are due in France soon, so if he is put under enough pressure, who knows?
      Cameron, likewise, is under tremendous pressure and although he too is not made of stern stuff, he’s going to have to do more than send extra security unarmed guards.
      Keep up the good work.


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