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  • ross1948 4:51 pm on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , loyalist protest, moral equivalence, , ,   

    IRA Chants Affront Glasgow – Ban ‘Enemy Within’ Parades! 


    As we noted on Friday, and were reminded by at least one commenter…

    IRA Murder-Gang Fans March In British City? Stop Them! 

    …the SNP (separatist) city council in the Scottish city of Glasgow has been allowing disloyal ‘Irish Unity’ fanatics to parade offensively around the streets.

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     And a big march will go ahead in Glasgow tomorrow

    Fanatics Fly the Enemy Flag – Would Nazis Have Dared March in Glasgow In 1940?

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    When, inevitably, decent Glaswegians take offence at the sight of anti-British agitators, at the bestial grunting  of  ‘Up The IRA!

    “Republicans chanted ‘up the Ra!’ “  ( The Sun) 

    Yet the response of SNP (and other political hacks) is to witter about changing the law, NOT to outlaw Enemy Within marching, but to curb all parades, including those of loyalists proclaiming their allegiance to Queen and Country!

    ‘Moral equivalence’ ad absurdum.

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    Those who want to see the British people of Ulster placed under foreign rule are, according to the separatists’ weird morality and flawed logic, deserving of equal respect as that accorded to good citizens expressing solidarity with their Ulster kinfolk’s right to self-determination?

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    Absolute tripe!

    Fans of the Sinn Fein/IRA gangster group, subversives who endorse the annexation of British Ulster by Eire, are NOT entitled to respect, nor to any imagined ‘right’ to flaunt their treasonous aspirations in British cities.

    ‘Irish Unity’ is not a legitimate political objective.

    ‘Ireland’ is a geographical expression, not a nation.

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    It’s an island, on which two quite distinct peoples dwell.

    One is British, the other is anti-British and harbours expansionist ambitions against British Ulster.

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    British Unity is a legitimate cause.

    Those who weaselled their way across Glasgow yesterday should be told that if they wish to live under that Eire tricolour, then there’s a simple solution to their urge.

    Tell them straight –  if their allegiance is not to the Union Jack, then…

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    • Colin Gemmell 9:10 pm on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      That IRA crowd should never be allowed to march in Glasgow. They only do it to provoke loyal Scots.
      The cost of defending them should be billed to Sinn Fein in Dublin.
      No reason why Scottish rate-payers be stuck with paying all that police overtime.

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  • ross1948 6:00 pm on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ‘Irish Unity’ parade, , , moral equivalence, Sean McIlvenna Republican Flute Band,   

    IRA Murder-Gang Fans March In British City? Stop Them! 


    Tomorrow, in a British city, at 3pm, overt supporters of the IRA are due to march, with the evident approval of the city authorities.

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    Glasgow City Chambers

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    A public processions committee meeting at Glasgow City Council was also held after police raised concerns about the Calton Republicans event on September 7.

    Incredibly, some politicians in Scotland, instead of reviewing permissions policy on allowing Enemy Within vermin to stage processions, have declared that there is some sort of moral equivalence between loyal patriots on the one hand…

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    The Evil Within

    …and foul fanatics who want British Ulster excised from the UK and put under the flag of anti-British Eire.

    The report above reveals that organisers of the disloyal parade had come under fire for including the Sean McIlvenna Republican Flute Band in the demonstation, but did not agree to the removal of the band from the parade, unlike the James Connolly Flute band last week. 

    There is reference to the nature of the SMRFB, viz. a Facebook post by the band in question…

    Police say the post – which reads “we are a IRA BAND NAMED AFTER A IRA VOLUNTEER” – shows “overt” support for a terrorist organisation.

    .”…it is imperative that all Republicans attend and show loyalists that Glasgow is our city and they will not dictate where we go and when.”

    https://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/17874427.republican-group-promise-fightback-loyalists-govan-riots/

    Uppity scum.

    Somebody SHOULD ‘dictate’ where they go and when. Tell them to take a ship or a plane right away and sod off to Eire where they can live under the enemy flag they hold so dear.

    The next sentence is peculiar, to say the least.

    There are now fears that another counter protest could be held by loyalist groups in Glasgow.

    Fears?

    civilised man v savage

    If loyal citizens show up, I hope the police take action – not to harass the loyal citizens but to stop republican pollution of Glasgow.

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    • Malcolm Sutherland 8:21 pm on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You should have made clear that Glasgow has an SNP run city council.
      The separatists are not all republicans but a lot of them are.

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    • Billy King 8:52 pm on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I hope our Scots brothers and sisters ‘gie them a right doin!’

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    • Jock Tamson 2:59 pm on September 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Sturgeon is now trying to shut down people criticising Glasgow Council.
      One local Tory spoke some sense, that it was daft to let a crowd of Sinn Fein sympathisers march in Govan on a day that Rangers were playing Celtic. Sturgeon told the Tory, don’t make this about politics.
      Typical SNP, if you don’t agree with what they say, you should just shut up.
      Brave New Scotland

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  • ross1948 4:18 pm on August 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , moral equivalence, , Red Party   

    OK, Erna! Norse Leader Tells Trump-Truth! 


            

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     “Right wing extremists and neo-Nazis have a lot in common with the extreme left or religious extremism. They seek to whip up hate, division and conflict…

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    Not a lot of difference!

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    Both Communism and Nazism are destructive ideologies, although the Communists have undoubtedly murdered more innocent people.

    ‘Bitter Harvest – Red Evil Exposed- And A Lugenpresse Reminder! 

    Yet still we have moronic millennials  – and many other people who, unlike a lot of the ignorant ‘student’ population, actually know very well of marxism’s history of  satanic evil – trying to maintain there’s no moral equivalence between the two hate-creeds.

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    This denialism would have us forget the Reds’ concentration camps/death camps, like Belene in Bulgaria, the Gulag in Russia and the infamous ‘re-education centres’ in Vietnam.

    And the rest…

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    Some of the deniers do so just because they don’t like Donald Trump, but many because they are ardent marxists, of course.

    Antifa is an obvious example!

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/20/antifa-rise-after-charlottesville-alarms-free-spee/

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    Like all marxists, these deniers are skilled in lying, a skill all the easier to exercise when their mendacity is aided and abetted by media creeps like Fox News’  Melissa and CNN in America and the Guardian/BBC axis of bias in the UK.

    But hark, truth has found a new champion in Norway!

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    Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has come in for sharp criticism after being quoted as saying the Nazis and the extreme left had “much in common…”

    Norway’s PM criticised for comparing neo-Nazis to far left

    Aaah, but from whom does the ‘sharp criticism’ emanate?

     

     

    The comments have been strongly criticised by some of Norway’s left-wing politicians.

    Snorre Valen of the Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti) called Solberg’s comments “completely irresponsible and amateur…” 

    The PM should condemn Nazism clearly, Valen wrote.

    But obviously not the much more blood-stained Communism?

    Absolutely not!

    “We need you to say ‘we’ve fought Nazism before and we’ll fight it again’, not weak distractions like ‘the others are also bad’,” he wrote.

    As we know, those of us who have read any modern history beyond the first page or two of junior high school textbooks…

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    the others are also VERY bad!

    …in response to Valen, Solberg cited violence by protesters at July’s G20 summit in Hamburg as an example of left wing extremism. She also wrote that her comments were not intended to draw equivalence between the left wing and neo-Nazis.

    Okay, there are left-wingers who do not advocate violence as an instrument of policy, or murder, but there are many who do.

    ‘I hope Trump is assassinated,’ Missouri lawmaker writes

    ..and not just in politics, but among the cretin-celebs…

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    Don’t Blame The Bard, Blame The Bad – Like Allyn Burrows! 

    But although that vile Missouri Democrat slag has been forced now to offer an apology of highly dubious sincerity, among the Danish reds, apologies should be forthcoming from truthful PM Stolberg.

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    Bjørnar Moxnes, leader of the far-left Red Party, which does not hold any seats in parliament, said Solberg should apologise for her comments.

    Oh yeah?

    Why?

    “This is bringing Trump rhetoric into the Norwegian election campaign. Being extreme against racism is not the same as wanting to wipe out minorities….” 

    The Red leader said that his party “naturally rejects terror of any kind.”

    Yes indeed. They always say that, whilst making herculean efforts to obstruct effective action to curb terrorism.

    And any comment they make to condemn assaults on free speech by red thug gangs like Antifa?

    Must been whispered.

    Good though to hear from more mature politicians, like Henrik Asheim, who observed that-

    “It is completely uncontroversial to point out common characteristics between right wing extremists and left wing radicals in this context.” 

     
    • Petra Malley 7:57 pm on August 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Good for her and good for you.
      It is insulting to be told that nationalist protests, even very extreme ones, are somehow more objectionable than marxist protests.
      Communism in all its forms has been a cause of more bloodshed and misery than anything else in Europe except for the Black Death.

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    • Malcolm Wells 10:58 am on August 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, when can we in Canada do a trade?
      Pity Norway probably wont take Turdeaux.

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