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  • ross1948 22:42 on December 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Peter Robinson, , , , ,   

    SELL-OUT!?! If May Crawls To Dublin, Pull The Plug, D.U.P! 

    I’d like to say enough is enough, but this time it’s more than enough, if it’s true that Theresa May has tabled a sell-out scheme, whereby she will commit it to “avoiding regulatory divergence” in Ireland after Brexit. 

    It implies that Northern Ireland would remain part of the customs union and single market while the rest of the UK leaves.

    NO WAY!



    If May had shown true commitment to Brexit, repealed the European Communities Act as soon as she became PM, or invoked Article 50 promptly, or told The Enemy there’d be not a penny of their absurd and arrogant ‘Bill’ from the get-go…



    …there’d not be this latest outrage now.

    Brits voted for deliverance, and no Brit should be left behind, least of all the Ulster-British.

    Eire remains an expansionist power, with an imperialist mind-set which we saw when their leader, Enda Kenny, chose to interfere in the referendum…


    Kenny in Blood-Beast Adams’ embrace

    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit

    …blatantly inciting their Fifth Column in the UK to cast their ill-gotten votes against freedom.

    Ulster is British!

    And Sammy Wilson MP is absolutely right to warn her that ‘his party’s agreement with the government could be jeopardised by efforts to “placate Dublin and the EU.”


    Peter Robinson MP


    Peter Robinson, though he seems to have been gulled for long enough by Kenny’s sophistries, showed similar sense when he ripped the uppity Dublin clique.

    “The idea that Brexit exigencies can be used to drive a wedge between Northern Ireland and Great Britain is an act of bad faith and provocation.”



    May is not to be trusted.

    The only argument I hear in her favour these days is that, if she were toppled, Sinn Fein/IRA’s Number One UK fan…



    ….Jeremy Corbyn, might well replace her in Downing Street.

    Corbyn was once pro-Brexit, or so he seemed. Now he’s shifted.

    May was anti-Brexit throughout the referendum campaign. Now she claims to have shifted, but is betraying the cause one day at a time.

    Corbyn has always liked Sinn Fein/IRA. He’s not shifted on that.

    May – if the news above is true – is now shifting to play Sinn Fein’s game, handing Brussels the means actively to promote Eire’s ambition to partition the UK.

    There’s not an inch of difference between them.

    Ulster should take a stand and not give an inch.



    • Billy King 14:02 on December 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I never trusted that woman, but I hoped for the best and as you know, that leads to disappointment for those in Ulster that put their faith in London politicians.

      The DUP aren’t up to much in my humble opinion but since it’s them that are keeping May there, time they pulled the plug right enough.


  • ross1948 00:02 on July 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Peter Robinson, Timothy Gaston, , , ,   

    Glorious Twelfth? Or Ulster’s 11th Hour – Who Fawns On GAA Traitors? 

    It’ll soon be Twelfth Night, as they say back in God’s Country, but not yet, not there in Ulster. A six hour time difference, I believe.


    Mural, Shankill Parade, off Shankill Road.r


    But never fear, they’ll read this when they wake, my regular fans across that little patch of land that is forever British.


    One does begin to wonder, as the arrogance and triumphalism of the enemy within rears its ugly head time and time again.

    I’m not talking about the imbecility of the Parades Commission, which purports to be impartial between loyal citizens and disloyal, while repeatedly tilting towards marchers who want Ulster annexed to a foreign republic.

    No, today, just a look at the games people play with the truth, the ‘sports’ group called the GAA.


    Sinn Fein and the TUV have clashed after Mid & East Antrim’s Deputy Mayor labelled the GAA as being ‘intertwined with terrorism’.

    • ooooooooooooooo


    • It seems TUV Councillor Timothy Gaston called for proposed grants of public money to the GAA to be refused and this greatly upset another councillor, Patrice Hardy. And which party does this individual represent?

    None other than Sinn Fein, the ‘political wing’ of the IRA murder-gang. And while we can’t say that she has any rap-sheet for murder, it’s fair to say that she has a penchant for mendacity!


    Sinn Fein's Patrice Hardy

    Hardy the Liar


     “The Deputy Mayor made a number of appalling and offensive comments about the Association which embraces every section of the community, champions equality, is non-party political, non-sectarian and anti-racist. “

    Tim Gaston, whose motion to stop funding the republican scum was unfortunately defeated, had indulged in inflammatory and dangerous remarks, she ranted.


    But in fact, the TUV man had only been telling the truth about this treasonous outfit. He expanded on his protest by reminding us of the Kevin Lynch Hurling Club in Dungiven, named after an INLA hunger striker.


     Timothy Gaston


    “What sort of sport names its clubs after someone who engaged in an activity which can deny people the ability to ever walk again, never mind play GAA or any other sport? And just a few years ago Galbally Pearses Club gave out medals with the picture of a dead IRA terrorist to children under 12.” 


     Gaston is spot on.
    GAA at play
    The only way public money should be spent in this context is to send in council bull-dozers to demolish these rats’ nests, and who’d shed tears if they’re packed to capacity with the swine who idolise hunger-strike vermin like Kevin Lynch?!
    Tim Gaston could have mentioned many more examples of the GAA glorifying dead rats. We looked at this issue a year or two ago and posted these facts.

    …another hunger striker, Martin Hurson, is celebrated every year in Tyrone through a memorial cup named in his honour;

    likewise in Armagh the Michael McVerry cup honours a terrorist shot while bombing Keady Police Station

    ; the Gerard and Martin Harte Memorial cup celebrates in Tyrone IRA brothers shot by the SAS

    ; the Loughgall bombers are celebrated with the Paddy Kelly cup played for in Dungannon

    ; the GAA Park in Dromintee, south Armagh is named after IRA members Jim Lochrie and Sean Campbell who were killed when a land mine exploded prematurely

    ; IRA members, Bateson, Sheridan, and Lee, who blew themselves up as they primed a bomb, intended for the centre of Magherafelt in the early 70s, have a yearly GAA event called after them in south Londonderry, where terrorist Francis Hughes has a trophy named after him. GAA = IRA? Yes, But A Broken Britain Won’t Mean An Expanded Eire! 




    “If there are people uncomfortable with these facts being pointed out, they should take the matter up with the GAA. Does Cllr Hardy deny that this is the case? Indeed, does Cllr Hardy even believe it was wrong?”

    Good questions, and the lying minx Hardy, who calls the GAA non-sectarian despite knowing full well the facts Gaston gives us, obviously doesn’t think it’s wrong.

    But what is VERY wrong is how some politicians who call themselves loyal and unionist not only vote for funding for the swine but, higher up the food chain, go into the middens and mingle with the traitors who frolic there.  

    People like Nelson McCausland, currently a DUP Minister of Social Development, who a few years ago lavished £60m on the GAA as Sports Minister….


    robinson1 First Minister Robinson

    Peter Robinson, who was absolutely at ease as he took a seat under the tricolour to watch two teams play whose county officials boycotted the Queen‟s visit to Croke Park!. GAA = IRA? Yes, But A Broken Britain Won’t Mean An Expanded Eire! 

    Their readiness to collaborate with Ulster’s enemies is much more offensive than Sinn Fein/IRA lies, because the British people of Ulster are entitled to expect better of those who purport to be their leaders.

    And it is the betrayal of principle that puts Ulster’s British future in jeopardy.


    You don’t play games with traitors. You string the bast++ds up!


    • Mark 03:12 on July 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Sectarianism is hatred of different religion not ethnicity or political affiliation just to correct you. I call the world as I see it not how some desire it to be.


      • ross1948 08:27 on July 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Pity you don’t call the GAA what they are, fans of sectarian murder gangsters.


        • Mark 20:43 on July 12, 2015 Permalink

          You mean Ulster GAA in general? Most politicians in the current government down south want nothing to do with them.


        • ross1948 22:40 on July 13, 2015 Permalink

          If only Robinson felt the same.


    • Billy King 15:03 on July 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Sectarian is what sectarian does, Mark!
      Bombing Protestant shoppers in Shankill,, ambushing Protestant workmen and murdering them at Kingsmill, that sounds to most of us like sectarian, and that’s Sinn Fein. and the IRA. are guilty of. GAA? there’s not a lot to distingush one of them from the other.
      The fancy words might be ‘ethnic cleansing,’ but it’s still kill the Protestant farms along the border to overturn the Plantation
      Sectarian, no question, like you know well if you’ve lived through it..


      • Mark 04:04 on July 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Political bias doesn’t target one religion then you guys claim ‘The IRA killed more catholics than everyone else’. There’s an illogical fallacy in that argument itself. Why don’t you look up Ronnie Bunting and question why most republican groups were left wing hardly the types looking up to religion on a frequent and professional basis.


    • RTG 15:54 on July 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with you Ross, this GAA is known to be IRA at play. It was terrible for Robinson to spend his time with people like that.
      I have not the faintest idea what Mark is on about but he should catch himself on.
      Its himself that needs corrected, If he sees a world with a GAA that isn’t sectarian, he must be living in another dimension.


      • Mark 04:01 on July 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        It doesn’t exclude people by their religion ask darren sweetnam but you’re gonna prefer to stay in your bubble frankly I hope our government builds a concrete wall so most people can shut out the north and the trouble which frequently accompanies that province.


  • ross1948 19:07 on February 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Norman Stronge, Peter Robinson, , , ,   

    Mr. Speaker, Sir – You’re the Scum of the Earth! 

    No, I’m not talking about that funny little chap at Westminster, nor about any Australian or American politicians whose job it is to chair debate in their legislatures. They may have their faults, undoubtedly.

    But nothing like this!

    Sinn Féin’s Mitchel McLaughlin has been elected as the new speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly, becoming the first nationalist to hold the position. First Minister Peter Robinson said his party would honour its agreement to support the election of the assembly’s first Sinn Féin speaker.  


    Mitchel McLaughlin
    Mitchel McLaughlin


    The word scum is absolutely apposite, surely, to Sinn Fein/IRA’s Mitchel McLaughlin, now duly elected, thanks to Peter Robinson’s DUP, as Speaker in Ulster’s Stormont Assembly.


    robinson1 DUP’s Robinson


    I quote Jim Alister, TUV leader and often a lone voice in that provincial parliament against collaboration with the terrorist party.

    “…He is still the same Mitchel McLaughlin, who, with great notoriety, told the general listening public that that most cruel of crimes, the kidnapping, murder and secret burial of Jean McConville, was not a crime. “

    For non-Ulster readers, I refer you to our post last year, on the Sinn Fein murder-gang’s slaying of that poor Catholic woman.



    Jean McConville

    Jean McConville, abducted and murdered in 1972   The Beast of Belfast – Adams Still Lying About Housewife’s Murder ‘-

    Please note, vermin like McLaughlin have never expressed remorse for that heinous crime, nor any or their atrocities. Including one highly relevant assassination –  

     “Of course, the Chair…that he wants to sit on was once occupied by Sir Norman Stronge for more than two decades. What happened to Sir Norman Stronge? He was done to death most cruelly — shot and incinerated by an IRA attack on his home. One asks Mr McLaughlin this: was that a crime?


    Most-Wor.-Sir-Knight-Capt.-Rt.-Hon.-Sir-C.-Norman-L.-Stronge-Bart.-HML.-MC.-MP. Sir Norman Stronge, murdered, at the age of 86, by IRA scum

    “It seems that some who are going to vote for him neither know nor care whether he thinks that was a  crime. We know what his party president thinks of the murder of a previous Speaker of the House, for he is on record as saying: “The only complaint I have heard from Nationalists or anti-Unionists is that he was not shot 40 years ago.”




    Yes, Gerry Adams, the very same Beast of Belfast known to have had a hand in the murder of Jean McConville, wallowed in his cowardly comrades’s killing of an octogenarian, watching tv  in his own home. 

    And Jim pinpoints the role of the DUP, once seen as the champions of Ulster’s loyal Brits, once a loud voice against admitting terrorist scum into the corridors of power, as pivotal in the elevation of this swine to the Speakership.

    “Someone of that ilk, who thinks that the murder of Jean McConville was not a crime, now aspires to hold the position of Speaker courtesy of the votes from the DUP Benches….The next time they walk past the memorial to Sir Norman Stronge may they hang their heads in shame.”

    Adams, McLaughlin, McGuinness, Kelly…cowardly terrorists, brazen traitors!

    Blair and Major will be remembered with a shudder for their criminal irresponsibility in bringing these vermin in from the cold. And Peter Robinson and his turncoat DUP are morally no better, if they let this swine take the Speaker’s Chair. 

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