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  • ross1948 22:22 on February 20, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Ottawa,   

    Will Mountie Nixon Get The (Jack)Boot? 

    It’s been a day of chilling news coming out of Canada, but although I have written something on the most recent manifestation of Turdo’s police state approach to peaceful protest…


    I feel the need to go back to the case of the unidentified foul-mouth…

    ‘None Of Your F”””n Concern!’ Turdo Goon-Cop!

    Turdo’s Foul-Mouths Assail Freedom Truckers

    …offensively enforcing Turdo’s diktats.

    Because what should we receive here but further damning evidence of HIGHLY unsuitable persons apparently serving not just as ‘police,’ but in the once admired RCMP!

    A shocking series of internal messages written by RCMP riot cops have been leaked to the media.

    The messages are in what appears to be on a WhatsApp group for RCMP marked “Social Musical Ride 2022”.

    “Time for the protesters to hear our jackboots on the ground…”


    ….writes one member named Andrew Nixon.



    This Nixon, if that’s his real name and not a craven nom-de-plume, must be investigated, and he’s not the only one…

    • …but if the RCMP are going to clean up the police-state image they are energetically acquiring…

    …they could do worse than fire any and every wannabe storm-troopers exposed within in their ranks.

  • ross1948 21:22 on February 20, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Alexa Lavoie, Ottawa, , ,   

    Cops Attacks Journo, BBC Silent, Cos Alexa’s No Lefty! 

    I just made a point of tuning into UK Pravda, BBC World News, 9pm Jakarta time.


    If a BBC reporter or ANY other Left media hack, had been brutally assaulted by an out-of-control cop, the tax-funded broadcaster would have been all over the story.

    But as I suspected, not a word.

    It’s now 9.15pm and the BBC has moved onto ‘sport’ – if you can call the Beijing Olympics ‘sport!’


    • See the source image

    Alexa Lavoie, injured by cop thug


    Watch the assault on Alexa Lavoie – and read about the outrageous way Justin Turdo’s goons in Ottawa have run amok – here.


    Oh, and if you can afford it, donate to the victim’s legal costs – she’s ready to sue!  http://StandWithAlexa.com.

    • Mack The Knife 22:03 on February 20, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      If it had been a Guardian reporter, or CNN, then very true, the, BBC would have made it a top story.

      Probably the other leftwing media will cover it up too, no interest in freedom of the press if it’s non-leftwing reporters getting beaten up.


  • ross1948 18:39 on February 11, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Dough Ford, , , Ottawa   

    Bravo! GiveSendGo Bucks Ford's Fatwa! 

    Excellent news from North America, where REAL solidarity between resistance movements in Canada and the USA is being tangibly demonstrated.

    Earlier today, we reported on how Ontario’s Doug Ford, who once purported to be a true conservative…


    …had turned on the truckers viciously, going to court to starve them of sustenance.



    But now Ford’s fatwa is being challenged, which will seriously infuriate Turdo and the self-righteous elite…

    …like the irate academic given endless opportunity this day to rant on UK Pravda…



    …but delight patriots everywhere.

    BREAKING: GiveSendGo says it will ignore Ontario court order to freeze Freedom Convoy funds

    In defiance of the order, the U.S. based organization said that the court has no jurisdiction over its decisions and plans to disburse the funds to the protesters for whom the crowdfund was created.https://www.rebelnews.com/givesendgo_says_it_will_ignore_ontario_court_order_to_freeze_freedom_convoy_funds?

    And GoSendMe shows that it has SO much more backbone than the leftist GoFundMe.

    “Know this! Canada has absolutely ZERO jurisdiction over how we manage our funds here at GiveSendGo.”

    “All funds for EVERY campaign on GiveSendGo flow directly to the recipients of those campaigns, not least of which is The Freedom Convoy campaign.”

  • ross1948 19:37 on February 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 25th February, , Freedom Rally, Ottawa   

    Freedom March And Rally, Ottawa, 25/2 

    Image may contain: one or more people, possible text that says 'It's time to TAKE BACK our county! FREEDOM MARCH & RALLY February 25th, 2020 Ottawa, Ontario Canada Parliament Hill- 12:00noon 3:00pm I AM A CANADIAN #IAmACanadian'
  • ross1948 22:22 on February 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ali Omar Mohamed, , Ottawa, ,   

    Wanted – Do Not Approach – But Is It Canadian? 

    Just one interesting piece of info missing from this police alert.

    Warrant issued for Ottawa homicide suspect

    Wanted: Ali Omar Mohamed20-year-old Ali Omar Mohamed, also known as “Simba”, is wanted on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Adam Perron. 
    Ottawa Police have issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for a suspect in the city’s third homicide of the year.

    20-year-old Ali Omar Mohamed is wanted on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Adam Perron.

    Perron was shot to death in an apartment building on McLeod Street on January 18, 2018.

    If you have information on the whereabouts of Ali Omar Mohamed, please contact the Ottawa Police Major Crime Unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 5493. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or by downloading the Ottawa Police app.https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/warrant-issued-for-ottawa-homicide-suspect

    OK- but…is this savage Canadian?  

    • Kathy Eames 23:15 on February 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It ain’t.
      No matter what its Turdostan passport may say.


  • ross1948 01:44 on August 28, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Ottawa   

    Canadians Should Send Their Thanks to Bangladesh! 



    On Monday morning, decent Canadians should buy a greetings card and send congratulations to the Bangladesh High Commission in Ottawa.

    Bangladesh police kill Canadian suspect in restaurant attack

    That report refers to a ‘Bangladeshi-born Canadian’ named  Tamim Chowdhury, accused of being one of two masterminds behind the July attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery that left 20 people dead, 17 of them foreigners.

    He’s also suspected to have led a July 7 attack on a prayer gathering near Dhaka that left four people dead, including two police officers.


    Justin Turdo, of course, lives in Ottawa, but I’ll bet he won’t be toddling along to say a warm ‘well done!’


    • JustinTrudeau
    • ——————
    • Going on previous form, the Grit Pretty Boy will be wringing his hands, just as he did over the Islamist scum who carried out the Boston Marathon atrocity.
    • He’ll be bleating to anyone dumb enough to listen that we should look at the root causes…
    • ——
    • devil destroyed


    …But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded.”

    Canada’s Enemy Within – Will Turdeau “Have To Look at The Root Causes?” 

    What a crock!

    That happened in Boston, and the swine in Bangladesh was shot, NOT because they feel excluded but because they made a deliberate choice to disregard their duty to their own country and instead adhere to an evil sectarian ideology.

    shoot terrs

    All who make that choice deserve all they get.

  • ross1948 17:57 on November 5, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Diefenbunker, , John Diefenbaker, Ottawa   

    Fall of the Berlin Wall – A Canadian Expo – Starts Thursday 6th November! 

    I’d not heard of the Diefenbunker until yesterday, when a Canadian source sent me an email to tell of this interesting event, which starts tomorrow and runs till the 9th November.

    According to what I have found on the internet. it’s a four-story, 300 room, 100,000 square foot underground bunker, and was meant to house 535 Canadian government officials and military officers in the event of a nuclear war.



    Shrouded in mystery, the Diefenbunker, nicknamed after then Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, was designed and built in secrecy during the crest of Cold War fear, between 1959 and 1961.



    Aaah, Dief the Chief, Canada’s PM in the Dominion’s glory days…and simpler days, perhaps, when everyone knew where the Enemy had his HQ, in Moscow, and his agents were the Communist Party of Canada, quite easily monitored. Jihadists today are spread through the Dominion, from sea to sea, thanks to Turdeau’s multicult migration policy.

    Maybe in some saner era, we’ll see a similar Museum of the War on Barbarism. 




    Anyway. the Fall of the Wall of Shame deserves to be remembered. I certainly do, having criss-crossed that heinous border more than once, and then walked happily through the Brandenburg Gate with my offspring once it was breached and all Germany was free.



    • Dictatorship and Democracy in the Age of Extremes: Spotlights on the History of Europe in the Twentieth CenturyRevealing a total of 190 rare photographs, newspaper clippings and political cartoons from different European archives, this exhibition tells Europe’s dramatic story of the 20th century – a past between freedom and tyranny, democracy and dictatorship. Produced by the Institute for Contemporary History in Munich, Deutschlandradio Kultur, and the Federal Foundation for the Reappraisal of the SED Dictatorship.
    • German Canadian Graffiti Jam: The Bunker ReunionOn February 15, 2014, the Embassy of Germany to Canada and the organizers of House of PainT, Ottawa’s biggest annual urban arts festival, invited the public to a trailblazing transatlantic graffiti jam. The audience had the chance to watch Canadian and German artists hard at work creating murals commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall while enjoying German beats. For 25 | Berlin, these one of a kind murals will once again be available for viewing in the Museum’s Bank of Canada Vault.
    • The Wall, Niederkirchner Strasse by Leslie HossackOttawa photographer Leslie Hossack presents a photo installation that captures a length of the Berlin Wall; a piece intended to simulate a walk along the Wall today.
    • ==================
    • The events start tomorrow, but the launch is fully booked, so skip that.
    • However, no need to rush to enjoy the exhibitions. They run till March next year.
  • ross1948 00:38 on October 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ottawa, , ummat   

    “We’re At War!” Canada Wakes Up! 

    Got home late tonight, felt the need to get out and about, after the horror news fom Canada.


    • Canada_Coat_of_Arms
    • I smsed my old Jakarta pal, who left here a few years ago, and said a break from domestic routine was required, due to the murderous jiahdists back home..

    His response ended with the words I had been hoping to hear from everyone in the Dominion-

    “We are at war!”


    We are at war, with evil , whose minions adhere to a barbarous ideology, which requires its followers to elevate sectarian drivel –  solidarity wih the ummat – above their proper allegiance due to Queen and Country.

    Anyone who endorses such a vile notion is not fit to live in a civilised country.



    out with them


    Round them up, kick them out!



    • Vojo 08:58 on October 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      We are at war with Islamist extremism, particularly ISIS, or ISIL or IS or whatever you want to call it. i don’t like hate speech laws because they undermine freedom of expression but Ottawa plans to revamp those laws this week to include any endorsement of terrorist organisations. I’m troubled by this but maybe it’s necessary now. What do you think, Ross?


      • ross1948 11:25 on October 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Welcome back, vojo. I had a feeling you’d be dropping by RRA again after the recent horrors. Here in jakarta, it’s a glorious hot day, rather different, I guess, from your location?
        I can’t see anything wrong with outlawing support for terrorism. ISIS, IRA, Boko Haram, whatever, regardless of race, creed and colour, they are not interested in discussion but in death.
        People who incite support for these groups are basically inciting murder (and now, in ISIS’ case, slavery!)
        Not only that, but treason/sedition has traditionally been a capital offence. I don’t suppose Harper has raised that aspect, but with regard.to people taking up arms based on their commitment to an alien ideology,to which they give the allegiance that’s properly due to Canada (or America, NZ, Oz, UK, France etc,) – in what way is that not treason.


    • Vojo 04:13 on October 27, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Hey Ross, this location has nice, autumnal weather, the leaves gloriously multicoloured and blowing around. I like this time of year.

      Some people here have been saying what you’re saying: instead of creating new laws, just enforce the old ones already on the books pertaining to sedition and treason, and if this really is a war, then bring back the death penalty for such offences.


  • ross1948 12:07 on October 23, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Ottawa, , ,   

    Thanks, Pittsburgh – Now, Canada, Let’s Get Serious! 


    After yesterday’s scenes in Ottawa, the sense of outrage and grief, just a word or two of appreciation to those hockey fans in Pittsburgh.


    We are on the same side, that of Western civilisation. Our enemies, within and without, have shown their hateful determination to war down our freedoms.


    Here’s a photo of the latest Canadian martyr to die at the hands of the savages.



    And here, below, is a photo allegedly of the rabid cur who killed him.



    • ===================
    • Despite the fact this swine changed his name to something Arabic, he, like the pig who murdered the other soldier in Quebec this week, appears to be home-grown, from Montreal, a reminder that there is nothing ‘racist’ about fighting the foe, which comes in all colours and breeds, united only in their alien supranational allegiance.

    Just as we must be united, regardless of ethnic origin OR religion, in destroying them.

    United AND determined!

    Again, powerful praise to Tarek Fatah, a prominent Canadian Muslim, for his  lucid analysis of failings by the RCMP in the war on terrorism.

    …Somali community leaders are happy the RCMP has not prosecuted them and hopes, instead, to glean intelligence from the case which will stop others. In my view, this is multiculturalism taken to its worst extreme.


    Tarek Tarek Fatah


    Twenty years ago, would the RCMP have released teenage IRA recruits back into the care of their parents?

    We now have three teenage girls who apparently believe in the ISIS doctrine of armed jihad and who flew out of the country to join it, walking freely about our city, while the rest of us have no information as to who they are or what to look out for.  http://www.meforum.org/4868/islamic-state-recruits-loose-in-toronto

    • And even if we knew what to look out for, they can, thanks to Canada’s reluctance to ban the burka, conceal their evil countenances wherever they go.


    devil destroyed ISIS


    Prison, with reduced sentences if they cooperate fully and ensure other vermin are exposed and put away, or else deportation, is appropriate, NOT appeasement!

    Let’s reaffirm our clarity of purpose in the continuing battle against these people’s satanic ideology.

    We need to be indivisible. No surrender.

  • ross1948 23:08 on October 22, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ottawa, ,   

    Canada’s Enemy Within – Will Turdeau “Have To Look at The Root Causes?” 

    Just got home after a pleasant night out. That nice feeling of time well spent is suddently extinguished, scenes on the breaking news turning me incandescent.

    • come on Canada
    • ‘Multiple’ suspects have launched an attack on Canada’s democracy, Parliament itself invaded, after a soldier was shot beside the Dominion’s War Memorial.

    I said only this morning, about the sectarian murder of another soldier in Quebec, that it’s time to treat these scum as traitors. They are waging treasonable war on Canada.

    Hang the bastards, or shoot them – good to hear at least one scumbag has been shot by police, maybe another, but that should be seen as a start – they all deserve to die.

    Meanwhile, as the news continues to unfold, a third shoot-out mentioned now, in the Rideau Centre mall, my thoughts inevitably shift to Justin Turdeau, who wants to be Prime Minister.


    • JustinTrudeau

    When the same sort of savages set off that barbaric bomb at the Boston Marathon, his sick-liberal mentality responded not with any excoriation of the vile vermin who planted the deadly device, but with the kind of drivel you expect from some Ivy League fifth columnist.

    I quote him at length so you know I’m not twisting his words.

    ….over the coming days, we have to look at the root causes.”

    “Now, we don’t know now if it was terrorism or a single crazy or a domestic issue or a foreign issue,” he said. “But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded. Completely at war with innocents. At war with a society. And our approach has to be, where do those tensions come from?

     “Yes, there’s a need for security and response,” Trudeau added. “But we also need to make sure that as we go forward, that we don’t emphasize a culture of fear and mistrust. Because that ends up marginalizing even further those who already are feeling like they are enemies of society.”
    Marginalising? Tensions? Root causes?
    The ROOT CAUSES are an immigration policy that allowed barbarians to migrate to Canada bringing barbarous beliefs along with them, and the poisonous permissivism that suffers propagation of the evil nonsense that an extra-territorial allegiance trumps loyalty to Canada.
    If there are scum who feel like they are enemies of society, then recognise that reality and KILL them. 
    Update – the soldier shot at the War Memorial has died.
    Now what will it take for Harper to introduce legislation to restore the death penalty?
    • Joe Webster 13:51 on October 23, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Although I can appreciate the case for capital punishment, I would not favour it (or any kind of non-judicial killing) in these circumstances. Why not? Simply because it would be seen as martyrdom. Better to go through due process of law and then impose a life sentence, with “life” meaning “life”, i.e. no parole.

      That might discourage others from following the example, whereas those perceived as martyrs often get copied by other fanatics.


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