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  • ross1948 23:05 on December 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , monarchy,   

    Sicko Royals Crawl To Racist “Charity!” 

    When a dynasty reaches the end of its useful life, how does it come to terms with that sad reality?



    Many of you may have answers of your own, but after reading this nauseating report on UK Pravda…

    Ngozi Fulani receives personal apology….

    ...Lady Susan has “pledged to deepen her awareness of the sensitivities involved” and the Royal Households would continue to “focus on inclusion and diversity”, the statement said. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-64005705

    …and wondering if the dutiful octogenarian will be sent to some regal re-education centre….



    …before the current crop of disloyal royals….

    …depart the scene, I do feel obliged to emphasise that I remain a monarchist.


    New Dynasty Required!


    PS you might find this…..

    ….worth watching.

    • Ned A 23:40 on December 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      I never thought I’d see the day I would go against the Royal Family but I don’t blame you.


    • Noreen Paterson 00:01 on December 18, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      All my life a monarchist but am agonising over this despicable behaviour.
      I have wondered about Harry’s parentage but William is indisputably of royal lineage.
      However, after the way Lady Hussey has been humiliated, instead of being given the support she deserved, where’s the nobility of character we’re entitled to expect of our heir to the throne?
      So sad.


    • Vicki 00:25 on December 18, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      I feel as sick of these royal embarrassments as you do.
      Even so, the idea of a republic is indigestible so can we not find at least one descendant of the line who is on the people”s side


  • ross1948 15:18 on February 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Joaquin Phoenix, monarchy,   

    Bollocks, Prince William! Stuff ‘Diversity!’ 

    I try to avoid BAFTA and the Oscar awards, because the glitterati are a garbage class…

    Screen Actors Guild – The Talking Brain-Dead? 


    …who use their pampered positions as a platform to spout left-liberal propaganda, but that BAFTA bunch today were on the news when I was watching and writing about real news…

    …so I had to listen to some American with a Hispanic name gibber self-righteously about ‘people of colour’ by which he presumably meant ‘coloured people,’ and ‘systemic racism,’  etc.,etc.

    Bad enough, but then The Man Who Will Be King popped up, basically saying the same stupid things, unwilling to let thespians rise or fall on their merits, demanding instead that ‘diversity’ be deliberately promoted!


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    Prince George


    Prince William has previously given cause for concern, when he appeared to say that if his son, Prince George, or George’s siblings, showed any symptoms of turning queer…

    Prince William: It would be ‘absolutely fine by me’ if George …

    ..he’d be accepting of maladjusted manifestations, rather than promptly seek therapy to cure the little lad.

    HRH seems determined to alienate the bed-rock monarchist base in Britain who hold to traditional values.

    He must be made to realise that pandering to the decadent in-crowd will never turn them into royalists.

    So let him stop turning off decent people, on whom his future realm surely depends.


    • Petra Malley 19:56 on February 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It is a tragedy that William has completely gone over to the decadent side.
      His mother has worked so hard to keep the monarchy above the ebb and flow of politics and now, between them, her two grandsons have alienated so many good people.
      As you say, the rotten elements that root for ‘diversity’ would never vote for monarchy in a referendum.
      How many of us can put our hands on our hearts and say we will, if it ever comes to that, and it very well might.


    • Jock Tamson 22:24 on February 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      We who are loyal to the Crown find it sticks in the craw when the future king talks like some weedy little Hollywood lefty. The monarch, now or future, should be above political fads like ‘diversity.’
      Maybe we should reinvent a Jacobite movement.


  • ross1948 09:07 on January 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , monarchy, R2P, , Tehran tyranny,   

    Where’s R2P When Iran’s People Need It? 

    I spent much of yesterday travelling, so now I’m back in Jakarta, missing those with whom I spent my holiday, but an object of renewed adoration by my cat, who has been fed, but not, she says, nearly enough!


    Please note her ‘diverse’ colouring!


    So a morning to get to grips with everyday realities again, but first a brief nod to the news from Iran.


    Back in 2011, media hacks were churning out reams of stuff about the new U.N. doctrine of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) was supposed to work. The doctrine’s supporters had hoped that it would codify the obligations of outside powers to intervene…

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    ….through nonmilitary means whenever possible – but with lethal force if necessary when a tyrannical regime threatens to slaughter its own people.   http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/08/opinion/r2p-rip.html

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    Flash forward to Iran this past week, with a regime SO tyrannical that its very basis is the barbaric shariah, surely an ‘egregious mass violation of human rights,’ which treats half its population, as a matter of ‘principle,’ all the country’s women, as second-class citizens, subjected to absurd discrimination, even to the extent of what they may wear!



    The “Islamic Republic’s” goon-squads roam the streets harassing women who dare go out shopping with their sinful hair on display.



    One of the most disgusting photos I saw the other day was that backward old brute Khameinei, a ‘Supreme Leader’ who has never even ASKED for the votes of those he misrules…


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    One live tyrant prattles before a dead tyrant’s portrait..BTW, what’s an easy anagram for ‘live’ in this situation? Hint- begins with ‘e’ and ends with ‘l’ …


    …mouthing off in front of a pack of head-shrouded collaborateuses, their pathetic faces peering submissively at the despot, from within the black sacks in which they were wrapped.

    I personally don’t have any time for this R2P junk, firstly because it’s a power-grab for a fundamentally flawed supranational outfit…

    UN Apparatchiks Champion ‘Asylum’ Bludgers – NAUGHTY Oz! 

    …which would be better disbanded, not least because of the ranting menaces who hold high office therein…


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    Ephialtes Enthroned – Another Enemy Running The UN! 

    …and also because it has proven fairly disastrous when it was invoked, e.g. in Libya.

    But most importantly, on principle!

    Each nation should have the right to decide its own destiny.

    Self-determination rules, OK!

    Having said that, it is strange that no calls for R2P have been heard from UN sticky-beaks, like that uppity Arab who has the gall to lecture civilised countries.

    ‘Ugly?’ Uppity UN Arab Gives Trump Campaign Big Boost! 

    Even Trump, who has spoken up on the essential evil of the Tehran sectarian tyranny, has failed to call for regime change.

    How come?

    Iran’s not only an affront to any decent person’s sense of right and wrong, but a threat to all of us with its support for terrorism.

    It’s not as if there’s no practical alternative to the rule of Dark Age ignoramuses!


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    Overthrow Evil Ayatollahs, Restore Iran’s Monarchy! 


    • Mort 22:27 on January 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I can remember Barry Goldwater’s proposals for supplying weapons etc. to resistance movements in the Soviet bloc and I can see no reason why we should not do the same for the forces fighting Islamist ideological dictators in Iran and Turkey.

      The exiled Shah is the kind of leader we could count on, a much better bet than the Mujahidin if popular support is important, which it is. It’s difficult to gauge how much monarchist feeling there is in Iran, but the hatred the ayatollahs express against him have had me speculating that they must fear him. .

      There are the Kurds too. America was unwise to let them down, because they would have been an ideal force to harness against both. Time alone will tell if we can regain their trust.

      It would be, as you recognize, crazy to entrust the job to the UN. As you say, they would probably make a mess of it and in any case, we should never acknowledge any supranational authority.

      Liberating those two countries is a morally defensible goal but if we made morality the guiding principle, then we would need to foment revolution in Communist China, and Saudi Arabia and dozens of countries besides, worthy causes, of course, but unrealistic.
      Promoting our own safety should be the basis of foreign policy. If moral rectitude coincides, all well and good, but secondary.


  • ross1948 09:02 on June 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Crown Prince Aleksandr, , monarchy, , ,   

    A Right Royal Game Today? Monarchists Clash In The Balkans! 

    If you’re at a loose end this morning, and in the vicinity of Serbia, you could do worse than watch the footie!

    There’s a game scheduled between two teams of Balkan royalists, a friendly of course, both of whose heroes deserves support.

    Meanwhile, good to read that the Kingdom of Serbia Association, says it has collected over 120,000 signature of support for the restoration of a king – and plans to submit its petition to parliament soon.


    First Congress of the Kingdom of Serbia Association


    The Karadjordjevic dynasty was betrayed by their Western Allies, when Churchill forced the young King Peter to disown the Chetnik resistance in German-occupied Serbia and switched Allied support to the Communists under Tito….

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    … who subsequently hunted down the Chetnik’s brave Draza Mihailovic, putting him to death after a kangaroo court  ‘convicted’ the patriot of ‘treason.’


    Justice for Serb Patriots – the Fight Goes On 

    Crown Prince Aleksandr came home after the Red regime was replaced by democracy, but self-seeking politicians have refused a referendum on the monarchy so far.

    In fact the new Europhiliac elite don’t like people power on any issues, it seems.  Belgrade Europhiliac – No Way Will Serbs Be Allowed A Vote! 


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    Crown Prince Aleksandr


    Aleksandr’s spokesman says that if the monarchy is restored,

    “The king would represent all the political parties but also all citizens. He would not be able to interfere in legislative, executive and judicial power but he could contribute to building a lawful state with his criticism or praise,” he said, adding that the crown would be “a cohesive factor of stability”.


    And the soccer?

    ….the match will be held on June 11, in honour of the 95th anniversary of the marriage of King Aleksandar of Yugoslavia and his Romanian bride Queen Marie and amid the presence of some Romanian royals.    http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/kingdom-of-serbia-association-wants-monarchy-reinstituted-05-23-2017

    As for Romania’s rightul ruler…. The royal house is still very popular and in 2014 Prime Minister Victor Ponta promised a referendum on whether or not to reinstate the monarchy…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_of_the_Romanians

    But Romanians have never yet had the chance to vote for King Michael, now home in his native land too, a very old national hero.


  • ross1948 11:44 on January 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , monarchy, prison riots   

    Murderous Prison Riot – Brazil Needs To Get Real! 

    I have rarely had much to say about Brazil, except when they had that interesting event a few years ago…


    Miss BumBum Is Back! Search For Brazil's Rear Of Year Returns As Voting Begins OnlineKontes Bokong2 Bagus Buaanget? Di Brazil, Dong! 

    …although I have occasionally considered that I ought to do more to promote the monarchist cause there.

    But the horrific prison riots this month, blood-thirsty drug gangsters amok, beheadings and other ghastly mutilations galore, prompted me to have a look at one reason why there is such widespread mayhem there.

    Capital punishment is a long unused form of punishment in Brazil, last reported in 1876, not having been officially used since the proclamation of the Republic…

    Now I don’t know how many inmates at those decrepit Brazilian penitentiaries are behind bars for non-violent offences, like banking fraud or pick-pocketing…



    … but it seems to me that if Brazil simply restored that long-absent measure of sanity to its penal code, simply took every savage gangster straight round the back of the court-house after conviction…


    …and shot him or her dead, the violent percentage of the population of prisons would soon drastically decrease.

    It certainly makes more economic sense than a near-enough bankrupt country spending millions to build new, improved, comfy prisons! 

    Aaah, but there would be an outcry.

    There are no doubt plenty of pinkos in Brazil, who would plaintively whine, about how the poor wee things just had a tough up-bringing…

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    …the Brazilian counter-parts to CNN’s simpering little queer Don Lemon, who outdid himself this week by saying that the Chicago torturers were ‘not evil!’


    • JazPen 17:42 on January 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You did a great job with this one, Ross, not just sexy girls in bikinis but also your royalism AND a plug for firing squads.
      You must be having a nice weekend.


    • Ewan T 10:07 on January 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, it would solve much of the prison-overcrowding problems and not only in Brazil. Why does the British Government not bring back hanging?.It’s a reform that would be popular.

      The French and Germans and Italians can blame their failure to resume executions on ‘Europe,’ that stupid EU rule against capital punishment.
      But since the Brexit vote, what’s stopping Theresa May?

      I will answer my own question, and say that it’s because she is a Europhile, and has been bullying her own MPs into complying with that EU rule, MPs like Priti Patel, who lost everyone’s respect last year when she u-turned on the death penalty purely to gain ministerial office.under May.
      I used to believe Priti was pretty gutsy, but she is just another Tory toady.

      We cannot trust Tories.
      Vote UKIP!


  • ross1948 09:34 on July 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , anti-royalist, , , , , monarchy, Stephen Frears   

    France24 Orchestrates Pro-Brussels Rant by ‘Brit’ Movie Man! 

    Stephen Frears is a film producer, who made the most last night of a platform provided by France24 to insult HM The Queen as ‘odd’ and ‘eccentric.’

    Judging by his disinclination to either comb his hair or dress neatly for the interview, I’d say eccentric applies a lot more to him than any British Royal.


    His anti-royal outburst was grossly offensive, but since the unkempt Frear had made a movie about Her Majesty, it wasn’t hard to give the plummy-voiced  posh-boy a cue to get his nasty anti-monarchist jibes into what was supposed to be an interview about a new film he’s produced.

    But how did the leftist French TV network manage to get him onto the subject of Brexit?

    Fairly convoluted, but revealing.

    The blonde F24 bint led him happily down her chosen propaganda path by referring to the fact that much of his cinematic output had had European funding. So at least we know part of the motivation behind his snarling response, how Britain was so much nicer because it had been multiculted, how awful it used to be, how all those dreadful Little Englanders were the problem…

    Nauseating Europhiliac rot, yes, but anything to do with film-making?


    Except that his interviewer/prompter had already told us he’d had that greedy snout of his in ‘European’ funding troughs. 


    • Jeanne 14:09 on July 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      It is always like this with the media in France and in many other countries.
      Why do they always go to the enemy side?
      Only the Poles are doing the best to clean it up and that is another reason why the European Union is so heated against Poland, they are afraid they will lose their mouthpiece in Warsaw.


  • ross1948 00:04 on May 10, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: crown princess, dynasty, Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Pembayun, Java Heat, , monarchy, princess, succession, , Sultana   

    Monarki Progresif – Java Heat Over Jogja’s Princess Royal! 

    Far be it from me to intrude on Jogjakarta’s dynastic rules, but it’s hard not to smile at the news of a possible Sultana in the DIY – that’s the ‘Special Jogjakarta Area.’


    • java heat
    • ————————–
    • After watching that great action movie, Java Heat, in which a beautiful princess becomes a Javanese Sultana, I thought to myself, what a fine idea!

    It would get right up the nasty sticky-beak noses of the ignoramus Islamists who despise women in general and empowered women in particular.

    And indeed, the Jogja Sultanate is noted for its adherence to tolerance, that Javanese tradition being eroded elsewhere by barbarous Arab notions that include not only foul sectarianism but also crude sexism.

    Alas, even in the royal realm, savages are on the prowl!

    Jogja’s Tradition of Tolerance Theatened by Jihadist Jerks? 

    In any event, the princess in the true, non-film, story, is rather a fine example of Javanese womanhood, and Javanese women are in general pretty fine.


    Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Pembayun


    But Sultan Hamengkubuwono X may need to handle dissent, from some or all of his six half brothers, ill at ease with the news that His Majesty has named his first-born daughterGusti Kanjeng Ratu Pembayun, as Crown Princess – HRH even gets a new name to go with her new title, Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Mangkubumi.

    We have looked at the position of the monarchy in Jogjakarta before, when former President SBY showed signs of interference – he wisely backed off!



    There had been talk of removing the Sultan’s hereditary right to serve his people as Governor as well as monarch, but it was pointed out that if they made the gubernatorial post an elected one, the Jogja populace would vote their Sultan in right away.

    To help collect input from the public, the sultan’s brothers established a post at Ndalem Yudonegaran to give people the opportunity to convey their aspirations regarding the issue.

    It has overtones of the manoeuvres around the elevation of the young Queen Victoria in the UK, with various uncles lurking in the wings.

    And she went on to become a powerful and beloved ruler.


  • ross1948 18:47 on January 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , monarchy, , ,   

    Clean Up The Commonwealth – Kick Benighted Brunei Out! 



    I seem to recall that South Africa was forced out of the Commonwealth in 1961 because its apartheid policy was deemed an affront to ‘human rights.’ 

    So how come Brunei’s still a member?



    I ask the question after learning that the rich but wretched sultan’s sectarian regime was so aggrieved by some of his subjects’ behaviour during the Festive Season that he has now banned public celebrations of Christmas for fear of Muslims being led astray…   Brunei puts stop to Christmas celebrations to protect Muslims, religious ministry says | World | Malay Mail Online

    It’s maybe no surprise that this assault on religious liberty occurred, since we did report last year that the tiny state’s ruler had decreed a Dark Age, with the prospect of savage shariah punishments for offences which are not offences in civilised countries. 

    Holy Brunei! No Booze, But You CAN Get Stoned! 


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    Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah salutes as the national anthem is played during celebrations for Brunei's 30th National Day, in Bandar Seri Begawan February 23, 2014. (Reuters Photo)

    Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah


    Given what we know about the vile intolerance of Indonesia’s Aceh Province, where not only Christmas but also New Year celebrations have incurred the wrath of the primitives in power, the lame-brained reasoning behind the Brunei ban is entirely predictable.

    ‘Happy New Year? Don’t You Dare!’ – Aceh’s Islamist Bigots 

    The diktat was issued as a strike against the act of publicly marking non-Islamic rituals or festivities “can be seen as propagations of religions other than Islam.”


    • scantysanta Who’s going to object to this?
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    • Citing some NIGHTMARE scenes of Muslim children, teenagers and adults seen wearing hats or clothes that resemble Santa Claus…” –seriously, the bigots really came out with this stuffa ministerial statement was quite unashamed in its declaration of war on human rights.

    “Believers of other religions that live under the rule of an Islamic country — according to Islam — may practice their religion or celebrate their religious festivities among their community, with the condition that the celebrations are not disclosed or displayed publicly to Muslims!

    There you have it.




    Conditional freedom. Which is not freedom at all, but forces minorities to worship on sufferance – second-class citizenship.

    In Britain, Canada, America, and all across the Western world, and much of the non-Western world too – we see Muslims free to celebrate Idul Fitri, Jews free to observe their Pass-Over, and Buddhists and Hindus equally entitled to worship and rejoice openly. 

    But in Brunei, just as shamelessly as in the Saudi citadel of oppression, religious liberty may only exist behind closed doors. It’s also reported that notice was served on shops and other businesses that displayed Christmas decorations to knuckle down and bend the knee to the inquisition.

    The businessmen, as did those menaced by Al Capone in America’s Prohibiton Era, of course gave in – full cooperation!  

    Okay, your backward and bigoted regimes may not be subjected to outside interference in their internal affairs, according to rules of engagement between sovereign states (unless, for some reason, you happen to be Myanmar). 

    But are there no basic conditions attached to membership of the Commonwealth, of which Her Majesty the Queen is Head?

    Well, yes, and there always have been, witness South Africa’ departure over half-a-century ago.

    I know many evil tyrants, like Mugabe, hold power in Commonwealth countries, but they usually pretend to believe in democracy and basic civil liberties.

    Brunei brazenly derides them!

    Kick that shoddy sultanate out of the Commonwealth.

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