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  • ross1948 16:34 on October 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Bojo! Erase The Shame of B.Liar’s Secret IRA Deal! 

    Not that many Brit readers need reminding of how Tony B.Liar kept the truth from parliament and public about his slimy deal with Sinn Fein/IRA…


    …by which republican blood-beasts got ‘get out of jail free’ passes as a cosy little undisclosed add-on to the Bad Friday Agreement.

    But according to the Guardian last weekend, arrests are currently a practical proposition with regard to a brace of Sinn Fein scum, one of whom ‘has links to the current Sinn Féin leadership who promoted him through the party’s ranks.

    Yes, another example of the Guardian’s bold investigative ‘journalism,’ in that they obviously know the vermins’ identities, but choose to collaborate in a cover-up.

    Their excuse seems to be that a decision to prosecute may take up to TWO YEARS!

    Why should the people be kept in the dark that long?

    But that kind of info is never hermetically sealed off.

    If the hacks know, then more than a few MPs must know too.

    Around half the House of Commons comprises treacherous disloyals, whose allegiance is to Brussels, not Britain…


    …but of the other half, there has to be a courageous handful who could stand up tomorrow, using parliamentary privilege…




    …and expose the dirty tricks that have long protected members of the murder gang mentioned in the media.

    If you live in Ulster, and have a Unionist MP, ask him or her to do the right thing.

    Name and shame the scum.

    Then call on the Prime Minister and Attorney General to authorise arrests.

    End the cover-up!

    PS – if you read the linked report, you’ll see that there’s also a strong chance that some lawyers may face perjury charges.

    I add that tidbit because some of you may read this at breakfast time…


    …and there’s surely few better ways to start your day than to contemplate the thought of lawyers going to jail!

    • Billy King 20:14 on October 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      As always I agree with you.


    • Joan Anderson 21:28 on October 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Like you, I am of Ulster stock. I am therwfore am predisposed to suppirt Ulster.

      Even if I was a hottentot, I would still be able to see what a rat Johnson is..


  • ross1948 00:01 on June 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Name the Terror Charity – We Need a Patriot WikiLeaks! 

    Subversives like Snowden and the pathetic queer Bradley Manning seem to find it easy to get hold of secret info and blast it out every which way, regrettably with the aim of doing their country down. 

    Those two are American, but other nations have suffered similar ‘leaks.’


    bradley maning American queer traitor Bradley Manning

    Julian Assange Appears In Court For An Extradition Hearing Australia’s arch-subversive Julian Assange


    There’s the UK Foreign Office skivvy, Sarah Tisdall, and the ‘WikiLeaks’ phenomenon, the pro-transparency site edited by Julian Assange, famed for publishing classified information, originates from Australia.

    These spies, for surely that’s what it amounts to, are not motivated by anything normal folk would recognise as patriotism. They are all left-libs, pinkos as we tend to say.

    But suppose there was a loyal ‘leak’ operation? Revealing truths covered up by the Enemy Within.


    We know that such truths exist. But they are uncovered only now and then, like the letter that proved the BBC betrayed its duty of fair play during the Rhodesia crisis, and the revelations about Labour’s grand design to destroy Britain’s character by multicult migration.

    Today I’m moved to ponder the need for greater efforts by good people to expose hidden scandals, after reading the Australian news, viz.

    “Investigative journalist from the Seven Network, Bryan Seymour ran a story that the ACNC was asked by the Federal Police to look at a charity,” Independent Senator Nick Xenophon told the Committee.

    The story revealed the charity regulator was investigating a large Muslim charity suspected of supporting terrorism. https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/28311897/charity-regulator-needs-more-funding/



    Clearly the public have a right to know what charity NOT to give to. BUT …

    Privacy laws prevented it saying which one, but 7News has learned it raises over $250,000 a year.

    That’s money from the pockets of people who (presumably) imagine the charity is doing good.


    If a single cent of any such money ends up with ISIS, or Al Qaeda, or any other satanic terror gang, then it’s no bloody good that the Charities regulator’s advice is to keep giving, but just be careful who you give to.

    Best give to none at all, to be certain, and that’s pretty poor advice.  What about parliamentary privilege? \

    Do Aussie MPs and Senators enjoy the same immunity from legal action when speaking in their legislative chambers?

    If so, what are they waiting for?




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