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  • ross1948 15:15 on July 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Petition – No Pensions For Sinn Fein/IRA Terror Scum! 

    adams murders

    Would you hand over a slice of your taxes to provide pensions for Blood-Beast Adams’ murder-gangsters?


    Petitions don’t always work but a good petition is always worth supporting. 

    A pension for the injured victims of the troubles in Northern Ireland has been long overdue.

    However our victims minister has proposed a pension that includes payments to the killers as victims!


    Would America pay a pension to Bin Ladens family or perhaps the family of Timothy McVeigh?


    Help stop this Farce and insult and sign this petition

    Thank you.


  • ross1948 15:23 on July 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Pensions For IRA Vermin? Fire The Ould Bat! 


    The Victims Commissioner MUST Resign!

    Anyone who proposes that the sort of scum who did Sinn Fein/IRA’s dirty work should now be allowed to get their filthy snouts into Brit tax-payers’ pockets is  either wicked or nuts.

    Sign the petition!


    The Commissioner for Victims and Survivors recently provided advice to Government on the provision of a pension for the seriously injured (VASPA)


    The impact of her proposals means that terrorists and other perpetrators who injured themselves whilst seeking to harm others and/or property would also have access to the Pension.

    We will not allow Grant to ever be placed in the same breath as the terrorists and their ilk who inflicted such grievous harm to him and to our family.

    We are clear that this is morally wrong and MUST not become legislation.

    The Commissioner has failed to adequately represent the innocent victims/survivors of terrorism constituency for the duration of her four year tenure, she has failed our family and others like us – she must not be re-appointed, she must go.

    We furthermore call upon the UK Government to urgently introduce a new UK-wide definition of victim of terrorism, which would have a transforming effect within this Society.

    • Billy King 16:32 on July 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A good headline for today, when that other Ould Bat Theresa May gets the boot!
      Well done, to spread word of this.


    • Penny 21:57 on July 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Only a monster or a monkey would want to reward terrorists.
      Fire her, that’s fine by me, but I want an answer to another question.
      Who hired her?
      That’s another one that should be fired.


    • Robbie Smith 23:23 on July 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It’s deeply insulting to the victims and those bereaved by IRA terrorism.
      She should be forced out.


  • ross1948 22:52 on May 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Already Tory Lies Exposed! Cameron Endorses Labour Curb on Expat Voters 

    UK nationals who have been resident overseas for 15 years or more will not be eligible to vote, despite assurances from the Conservative party chairman, Grant Shapp, last year that they would be.


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    The Guardian report also reminds us that it was Labour, in 2000, that narrowed overseas voters’ rights, no logical argument presented then, clearly party advantage discerned, since older voters are said to be more conservative.

    Now Cameron has cast aside his party pledge, and certainly thus rigged the expat vote. Many of the younger ones, who get to vote, are on the EU payroll, or at least have a vested interest in that they are employed in EUSSR member states.

    This should make no difference, of course, on how they mark their ballot papers, but ‘should’ and ‘will’ are two separate verbs. It’s a fact that a lot of people these days, in a lot of countries, vote on the basis not of patriotism, or any principle, but on crass short-term personal advantage.

    As noted previously, this freezing of the franchise mirrors the frozen pensions – if a man lives outside the UK, his senior citizen state pension remains forever at exactly the same sum he first got when he turned 65.

    I believe some very old folk in this situation are expected to live on roughly five pounds a week!

    But that would cost money to fix!

    And Cameron has a lot of financial outgoings MUCH more important than that!

    Like the wads of cash handed out to ‘asylum’ bludgers..




    .. plus the millions wasted on lawyers playing games with illegal immigrant cases,  plus the millions soaked up by sticky-beak trouble-makers on bodies like the ‘Equality Commission…’


    ….not to mention the rip-offs perpetrated by Brussels against the UK tax-payer.





    Only a damfool would expect Cameron to care more for elderly Brits than for wastrel projects like those.

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