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  • ross1948 20:11 on November 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ciega!, doorway, , , parliament, ,   

    Nil Desperandum, Canada! Take Hope From Portugal! 

    Many Canadian patriots are still feeling down, after The Turd hung on as PM and Max Bernier’s PPC failed to do well in the recent election.

    Canada – A Country’s People Votes To Cut Their Own Throats! 

    But here’s a bit of news from, of all places, Portugal, which I wrote about a few months ago, lamenting the absence of any organised patriotic upsurge there…

    Spain Woke Up – Now Portugal’s Turn? 

    …when we quoted from a very wicked man –

    “Instead of demanding progress and social justice, they are supporting extreme-right positions aimed at societal and civilizational regression,” Arménio Carlos, general secretary of the biggest labor union and a Communist Party central committee member…https://www.politico.eu/article/yellow-jackets-head-to-portugal-gilets-jaunes/

    …and noted that although the patriot movement in Portugal was not ‘very numerous…they must be a worry to the worst elements in their country, to get drenched with marxist bile.’

    So now it seems Portugal is catching up with its neighbour, Spain!

    I won’t rehash the encouraging story from Gatestone which talks about the new party there…


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    …though i am indebted to the author for revealing exactly what an anti-democratic constitution Portugal has had for forty years –  the Portuguese Constitution calls for opening up “a path towards a socialist society.”

    Image result for chega portugal

    But scanning other sources for news of the new party –  Chega! – which means  ‘Enough!’ – I found how childish the political in-crowd in Lisbon has behaved in response to  the party leader’s success.

    Andre Ventura, like all legislators, has to be alloted a designated seat in the parliamentary chamber. To reach it, he needs to pass the positions occupied by the ‘centre-right’  CDS-PP party.

    But EuroNews reports that the ‘centre-right’ took exception –  the seating plan “would force them to get up for a political rival, which does not happen to others.”

    Well, boo-hoo-hoo!

    How sad for the soggy centre squad, obliged to get off their spoilt backsides, as a patriot walks by to take his rightful place.

    And it gets even more absurd!

    The Speaker of the House has decreed –

    that an opening be made in the balustrade next to Ventura’s seat, meaning he would have his own private entrance…”




    As you might expect, Ventura is less than impressed.

    He said such expenditure was a “ridiculous” waste of resources and that the hidden agenda has nothing to do with a bunch of sloppy centrists too rude to let a man get past them.

    Instead, he sees it as a rather infantile way to put his party down.  https://www.euronews.com/2019/10/25/too-far-to-the-right-portugal-lawmaker-gets-own-parliament-door

    The in-crowd parties elswhere in Europe are known for this kind of childishness, notably in Germany, where the ‘left, right and centre’ factions engage in shadow-boxing…

    German Collabo Parties Trample Fair Play! 

    …whilst uniting to treat the patriots of AfD in grossly unfair fashion.

    As the recent regional elections for Thuringia and other Land parliaments, this kindergarten mentality does not go un-noticed by voters, who are rallying to the AfD in ever greater numbers.

    I hope Portuguese people too respond appropriately and turn in their thousands to Ciega!

    And in Canada, which has lagged behind Europe in the mobilisation of resistance to the Enemy Within?

    Nil Desperandum!

    Don’t despair!

  • ross1948 17:14 on September 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: parliament, prorogation, , Scottish court,   

    Stop The Coup! Fire The Fathead Judges! 

    Image result for crazy mentl aff heids

    The judges in Scotland are ‘aff their heids,’ to use a phrase likely to be familiar to them.



    Courts in the UK need to be purged of those upstarts, who were never given a democratic mandate.




    More will be said about this tomorrow and the week ahead but it’s important to start mobilising popular anger against the robed rogues.



    • Diana 17:30 on September 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We were having coffee when this news broke. I said you would be on it sharpish.
      Those judges must be taken down more than a peg.


    • Amanda 17:34 on September 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Aff their heids! I only wish.
      This is a cool calculated intervention by unelected spivs in wigs against the government.
      Can those judges not be tried for sedition?
      PS do judges in Scotland wear wigs? Hair shirts might be a better idea.


    • Scott Bowen 17:58 on September 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Mobilisation should start right now.
      LeaveEU, Get Britain Out, everyone, all parties, no factionalism.
      There should be a huge patriot demo when the appeal is heard. There needs to be, because there will be a big remainiac traitor demo and that’s certain.
      We need to take back the streets first and then take back our country.


    • Edward Lamont 20:14 on September 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The reasoning given by that court in Scotland is worthy of a simpleton.
      The Prime Minister went about the prorogation in the same way as every PM does and unless the judges claim psychic powers they cannot rule on his reasons.
      Even if he did do it for political advantage, the MPs will be back all too soon. They’ve not been locked up and certainly not silenced.
      Some hopes!
      There seems to be no law defining why a PM may seek prorogation, and the judges invocation of the ‘constitution’ shows they are illiterate in matters of government. There is no constitution, never has been, so Boris Johnson was not acting unconstitutionally.


  • ross1948 10:42 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Guy Fawkes Rehabilitation Night? 

    Back in The Old Country, on 5th November every year, there are bonfires and fireworks to celebrate the failure of some conspirators to blow up the Palace of Westminster ( better known as Parliament) in 1605.



    In view of how the majority of MPs now appear to be eager to betray the British people’s referendum vote for freedom, I wonder if the celebrants these days might be thinking more in terms of honouring ‘The Guy,’ rather than burning him in effigy.


    Guy Verhofstadt

    Heil Soros! Unspeakable Guy Defends Plutocrat Meddling! 

    Ooops, wrong Guy photo…though seeing lots of effigies of that blathering Belgian go up in smoke would be an inspiring sight!


    Then again, in many parts of the country, it used to be not Mr. Fawkes that was thus set on fire but the ‘Bishop of Rome whom some call Pope.’

    Given the record of The Abominable Argie who currently holds that position…

    Hey, Dope Francis, Bring Your Pedo-Priest To Justice! 

    …not just in his highly questionable handling of the ‘pedophile priests’ scandal but also in his callous disregard for the safety of the people of Europe, especially women and girls..

    Dope! “Prioritise Migrants’ Dignity Over National Security!”

    Argie Dope’s Selective Prayers! 

    I rather hope we may see a revival of that grand old tradition.

    • Edward Lamont 16:07 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I see the Anti-Brits are burning Boris in effigy, so reappraisals of who goes on the bonfire are the ‘in’ thing this year.
      Francis of Rome is one possibility,
      in keeping with history as you correctly state.
      But after what I’ve been reading about Theresa May’s “secret” sell-out to Brussels, keeping us in the Euro-Customs Union, to appease Dublin, there’s only one effigy we should be burning.
      That’s the traitor at Number Ten Downing Street.


      • Noreen Paterson 20:15 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Some ‘secret,’ if all the newspapers know about it.


    • Vanessa Reilly 17:16 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, the Pope is a dope, and a danger.
      Nevertheless, the top name on every British patriot’s list for burning in effigy on top of every bonfire must be the arch-traitor, Theresa May.


    • Jacko 17:24 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I’m making our guy transgender and calling her Theresa!


    • Eric Richards 18:23 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You might not have noticed but here in the town of Battle, on a chilly Sussex Saturday, they had an early bonfire attended by thousands, at which the guy set on fire was not The traditional Guy Fawkes and not the Pope either.
      Last weekend that small town set us an example well worth following, an effigy of Theresa May burning brightly and then, I am reliably informed, exploding, to the loud cheers of the crowd!


      • Penny 19:59 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        I read about that MAY-burning and was delighted.
        She will go down in history as the worst ever Prime Minister.


    • Mack the Knife 21:46 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Nothing to disagree with in any of the comments on this, but burning her in effigy is just an evening’s fun.
      We have to force her out before she does her deal with Brussels.


  • ross1948 21:05 on November 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , legal challenge, , parliament, , , , , ,   

    Cast-Iron’s Anti-Jihad Strategy – Hitting ‘Legal’ Obstacles? 

    When the Battle of Britain was raging and all four of my offspring’s grandparents were in the uniforms of their respective homelands, all serving Queen and Country, did Churchill’s brilliant rhetoric come under scrutiny to see if his exhortations to fight on the beaches etc. would stand up to legal challenge?


    • churchill
    • ———-
    • I think not.

    The UK had, back then, not admitted millions of migrants a significant percentage of whom owed allegiance to an alien supranational ideology.

    Nor were major parts of its media/political establishment more concerned with ‘human rights’ than with the well-being of their own nation.


    Nor of course was the realm subject to dictates emanating from a non-British authority on the Continent of Europe – that’s after all what the Battle of Britain was about! 

    A few thoughts that arise from reading another interesting article at ConservativeHome, by Paul Goodman, on Cast-Iron Cameron’s latest wobbly counter-jihadist speechifying. I was particularly fascinated by this part.

    Those who volunteer to be prosecuted or monitored may be admitted earlier – and it is this possibility that allows the Prime Minister to claim that government would not be rendering such people stateless.  We may see what the courts make of that.  It could be that he would have liked the time-frame for the ban to be longer, and has chosen one that he thinks will stand up to legal challenge.


    Who can launch a legal challenge to the law? If parliament passes legislation, it supersedes previous laws that it might contradict, not so? Thus if MPs vote to make traitors stateless, they are.

    If MPs were to evokes a million cheers from the British public by re-instating the death penalty for treason (and any ISIS terrorists who went out on a UK passport IS a traitor, because Britain is part of the coalition fighting ISIS) then that, too, would be the law. 

    If you break the law, you end up in court, if you don’t like the law, tough, you campaign to change it, but it’s not what the courts make of that.

    It’s their job to enforce it, like or no like.

    So what’s the problem? 

    Supranational sticky-beaks, given the right to stick their beaks in by parliament – a gift which can be retireved by parliament. Cameron has to go th mile – withdraw from any treaty that hnders British self-defence.

    The EUSSR and the European Convention on Human Rights are two obvious targets, but the UN Convention on Statelessness too appears to be getting in the way.

    • oooo
    • no-un
    • ooo
    • Scrap that nonsense and civilised countries could start kicking out disloyal scumbags instantly.


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