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  • ross1948 18:49 on June 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Pin-Head Pants-Down! A Racist Slur On Ulster Brits 

    Paddy Pants-Down was always something of a dork, as we have noted before.



    Paddy Pants-Down Rides Again, Enraged By Democracy! 

    But his latest racist slur against to Ulstermen –“you never let the Ulstermen get their hands on the nation” –  which, in this egalitarian day and age, insults Ulsterwomen too – has provoked stern rebukes from patriots there.



    Not least TUV’s Jim Alister.

    “I found it deeply insulting, indeed I found it racist. To pick out people on the basis of cultural identity and say because you are an Ulsterman you can’t be in government is outrageous.

    Too true.

    Imagine if somebody said that about British politicians of Scots, or Welsh origins?

    Lloyd George, Alec Hume, Gordon Brown…all would be excluded if the ‘Pants-Down Principle’ were made law. Maybe the UK could have been better without their ministerial ministrations, but that’s NOT the point.

    To brand the best and most loyal British as unfit to hold the reins of government responsibility is GROSSLY offensive.

    Jim’s entirely justified indignation was echoed by Ulster Unionist chief whip Steve Aiken:

    “Paddy Ashdown’s comments were offensive, crass, and totally hypocritical..


    Jim concluded his denunciation by saying that the effort to put together an arrangement supported by a majority of MPs was the constitutional way to do things.

    “It’s called democracy!”

    But then Pants-Down detests democracy.

    ..the peer and former Liberal Dem leader  – branded Brexiteers as “dispossessed and voiceless” as he compared the rise of Hitler in Nazi Germany in the 1930s to the referendum result.                                            http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/749212/PaddyAshdown-Brexit-1930s-Adolf-Hitler


    One must assume the fifty-plus percent of the electorate who dared disagree with the Liberal Democrat dork are thereby relegated, along with Ulsterfolk, to the ranks of those not entitled to participate in the governance of their country?

    • Reid Nesbit 03:33 on June 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Ashdown is a waste of space. He should be told to shut up but he’s nothing compared to Corbyn.
      Did you see that skunk weep at the mosque in Finsbury Park?
      Corbyn is rotten to the core, I would say in his soul but the man has no soul or if he once had he sold it to the devil..
      How many times did he ever shed even one tiny wee tear for the victims of his IRA heroes?
      He needs to be prevented from ever getting near the doors of 19 Downing Street..


  • ross1948 20:50 on January 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Paddy Pants-Down Rides Again, Enraged By Democracy! 

    Paddy Pants-Down may once have been the supranationally imposed Gauleiter of Bosnia, not subject to democratic checks and balances on his authoritarian regime, BTW.

    Yet – apart from some vague recollection of the sex-scandal which once engulfed the Liberal Democrat lord…



    …few people in the UK probably remember his name.

    Even when we covered the mini-tyranny which held sway in Bosnia… 

    Fourth Reich’s First Colony? EURocracy in Bosnia 

    …we didn’t bother to mention him by name, because he had, even then, reached nonentity status. 

    But now he’s been dredged out of obscurity, by the BBC of course, to expatiate on the threat to democracy manifested by giving people the right to vote.


    • june 23
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    You can read his drivel for yourselves.

    But it has to be said, yet again, that the Brussels Fourth Reich offers many more echoes of Hitler than the Brexit freedom fight ever did.




    …..and the EUSSR is, after all, the brain-child of the Belgian Nazi Spaak and the Vichy collaborator Schuman.  

    Spaak, a sleazy Belgian Nazi


    Like Adolf Hitler, Jean Monnet held the common people in contempt…

    “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”
    Jean Monnet, Founder of the European Movement.



    Poor Old Paddy Pants-Down evidently knows little about modern history and cares less about democracy.



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