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  • ross1948 00:15 on February 11, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    A Major Embarrassment! 


    Former Tory PM fiercely attacks Johnson and issues barely veiled challenge to MPs to remove him

    And once more, my contempt for Jellyfish Johnson….

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    …has to be out on hold until the arrant hypocrisy of his detractors is dealt with.

    Major really showed HIS true colours, evidently understanding how many Brits will remember his miserable failure to tackle the issue of unwanted immigration when he was Prime Minister for seven dreary years.

    So now he’s openly championing the crimmigrant cause – even whining that the current Tory governnent’s feeble proposals’to ‘criminalise refugees and asylum seekers...’

    I’m quoting the Guardian report, if course!

    …was “punishment without compassion.”

    How many fake ‘refugees’ got in between 1990 and 1997?

    How many of the undesirable aliens who got in when HE was PM committed crimes against innocent Brits?..

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    Who knows?

    Where’s Major’s compassion for the victims?

    God knows!

    The Has-Been also had a rant about how democracy ‘could only be maintained through public trust and governments upholding common values.’

    Major once made it clear he shared the common values of Brits who expected discipline in schools…

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    …even voting to maintain corporal punishment, but then cast aside the values he’d thus endorsed…

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    …when the leftist clowns of the ECHR told him to.

    “When ministers respond to legitimate questions with pre-prepared soundbites, or half-truths, or misdirection, or wild exaggeration, then respect for government and politics dies a little more.

    “Misleading replies to questions invite disillusion…

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    This from the man who told the House of Commons that the ‘very idea’ of talks…

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    …with Sinn Fein’s Blood-Beast Adams, would make his ‘stomach churn….’

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    Look At Major’s Record! 

    …while his posh flunkey, the oleaginous Patrick Mayhew, was up to his neck in exactly such talks?

     
  • ross1948 17:32 on May 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    May 5th – Sands’ Suicide – Maggie Was Right! 


    When the Sinn Fein/IRA terrorist Robert Sands committed suicide on May 5th, all those years ago, he thus violated the clear tenets of his allegedly Catholic faith…

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    …yet his carcass was interred with no word of condemnation heard from any Catholic clergy, not that I recall anyway…

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    While there are Catholics in Ulster who are loyal to Queen and Country, the complicity of most, if not all, their clergy was shocking.

    Moreover, Sands was an MP, elected by thousands of disloyal scum like himself.

    Frankly, those aspects of the episode showed Ulster’s British majority the extent of the evil that threatened them, a wedge of treason in the body politic..

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    …an ever-widening wedge of evil, which is menacing them again in 2021.

    Maggie Thatcher was 100% correct in her response back then.

    Mr Sands was a convicted criminal. He chose to take his own life. It was a choice that his organisation did not allow to many of their victims.”

    Maggie was an imperfect human being, who made mistakes, both in Ulster and in Rhodesia…

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    But would she ever have sold out to evil…

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    …as did John Major, who told the House of Commons that the ‘very idea’ of talks with Blood-Beast Adams would make his ‘stomach churn….’

    Look At Major’s Record! 

    …while his posh flunkey, the oleaginous Patrick Mayhew, was up to his neck in exactly such talks?

    Would she have done that dirty deal as was concocted between the same foul Blood-Beast and B. Liar…

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    Bliar and Blood-Beast

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    …by which Ulster was shamefully sold out?

    I like to think not.

     

     
    • Eunice Garnett 18:40 on May 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      And did the Pope at that time not go out of his way to show sympathy to those dirty hunger-strikers.
      So much hypocrisy among these so-called ‘holy men. ‘

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    • Billy King 20:04 on May 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      So much fuss was made about that terrorist Sands.
      As Maggie said, nobody forced him to commit suicide.
      A bad man and a bad lot that supported him.

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