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  • ross1948 17:00 on June 24, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: GPS tags, , pinko creeps,   

    UK Left’s Hysteria On Criminal Aliens 

    What a numbskull reaction to a common-sense measure!

    Home Office condemned for forcing migrants on bail to wear GPS tags….those affected by the GPS tagging are foreign nationals who face deportation following criminal convictions of 12 months or more….

    So they should have no rights to roam British streets, none at all.



    Better to chuck ’em in a cell, or stick ’em on one of those neat little real….

    I.o.M. Rejects Crimmigrants, But St Kilda’s Ideal!. 

    ….or artificial, islets…


    No Man's Land

    One of Britain’s offshore and uninhabited islands

    ….which the UK has aplenty.

    But the tags are not that bad an idea, if the scumbags can’t detach them from their ankles, or ears, or whatever body-part the tags are stapled onto!

    However, listen to this bleating jackass.

    Rudy Schulkind, at Bail for Immigration Detainees, said:

    “This is effectively an extension of immigration detention beyond the physical walls of the detention centres and prisons…’



    Most people would prefer rhe parasitical criminals to be kept behind ‘physical walls,’ surely!

    But he’s not the only odd-ball given oodles of space in the Guardian, of course, to emit similar laments on behalf of undesirable aliens who ought to be booted out of Britain ASAP!

    Round-the-clock tracking condemned as ‘Trojan horse’ giving government vast surveillance powers that violate human rights


    So if it’s not to be round-the-clock, when might the authorities be permitted to see what the crimmigrants are up to?

    By appointment, arranged by the likes of that Schulkind?

    ‘Vast surveillance?’

    What utter cr-p!


    • Neil Kenney 17:17 on June 24, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      What is their problem?
      We’re not even talking about ‘asylum’ seekers but dishonest people proven guilty of criminal offences.
      There’s no reason for any country to put up with that kind of ne’er-do well.
      Deportations need to be speeded up but while they are in Britain, their every move should be tracked, day and night.


  • ross1948 22:28 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'othering', knitting, pinko creeps, Ravely,   

    ‘Othering Sunday?’ Yes, On Planet Knit-Wit! 

    More and more often, it seems like we are in a kind of Twilight Zone, an Alternative Universe where humble traditional pastimes  – in this month’s news, KNITTING (seriously!) – are taken over by weirdos and weaponised against democratic freedoms.

    Knitting is, to my mind, and surely the minds of most,  associated with kindly grandmas, or mums-to-be preparing for the new arrival.


    Image result for knitting grandma


    NO MORE!




    Hitherto unknown to yours truly, there is a global knitting community, which has the official title, Rabidly, oops, ‘Ravelry!’


    The Guardian is a scream, both in the old sense of a good laugh, but also in the sense of a demented howl!

    Basically…some poor chick said that her trip to India would be akin to visiting Mars!

    Something of an exaggeration, yes, but she was at once assailed by buffoons, who said the gal’s mild hyperbole was ‘othering and reductive.’

    Sorry, pinko creeps, but there’s no such word as ‘othering,’ any more than ‘Latinx’ or ‘Woke’ are words…


    …but lay on, lefties, mangle the English language as you will!

    I have heard people I know tell me their holiday – to some place, Marbella, maybe, or was it St. Moritz – was ‘out of this world!’

    Maybe I nodded politely, or łaughed out loud, or asked a silly jokey question like –

    “Was the spaceship comfortable?’

    I don’t recall, but what I did NOT do was assail my acquaintance for “Othering” or for being “Reductive!”


    Only drooling cretinous uptights would exploit someone’s excessive but innocuous enthusiasm and make a big stupid PC deal of it.

    Yet the silly bint buckled and apologised soon afterwards…

    Ya think that would slake the morons’ thirst for grievance?

    Gotta be kidding, for there ensued conversations about diversity and inclusivity in the craft community…

    What a sad world these people inhabit, a permanent whining hell, and it’s not just knit-wits. It’s the so-and-so community too!

    A similar debate about cultural sensitivity and appropriation recently occurred in the sewing community.

    Now, Ravelry has issued a stasi-style diktat to its thousands of members…


    …that any word or knitted item capable of being interpreted as a sign of approval of Donald Trump is…





    • Vanessa Reilly 23:10 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What about cultural marxist crocheting cadres?
      I can hardly believe this.
      But as you say, we seem to have entered The Twilight Zone.


    • Noreen Paterson 01:43 on July 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      My old gran will be dropping a stitch in the sweet by and by.


  • ross1948 21:16 on April 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , pinko creeps, ,   

    Italy’s Good Guy – Bad News For Robbers And Pinko Creeps! 

    Inspirational, the constant flow not just of fine sentiments but impressive reforms that Matteo Salvini keeps pushing through.


    Avanti Popolo! Boot Out Crimmigrant Predators! 

    And he’s done it again!

    At the end of last month, he got a law passed ‘making it harder for judges to hand down tough sentences on people who shoot robbers on their premises.’

    Frankly, anybody who shoots and better still kills a robber – especially if the robber has already staged a home invasion – should not get ANY kind of sentence, tough or otherwise.


    Related image


    A public service medal would be an apter form of recognition!

    This is a wonderful day for Italians,” he told reporters after the bill was passed in the Senate following its approval in the Chamber of Deputies.

    “Finally we are definitively guaranteeing the sacrosanct principle of legitimate defence for people who are attacked in their homes, their shops or their bars.”



    Incredibly, one of the objections raised sgainst the new law by ‘centre-left parties and magistrates’ is that it risks giving people the idea they can shoot intruders with impunity.’  https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/italy-relaxes-law-on-shooting-robbers-in-win-for-salvini-11390370

    And why the hell shouldn’t they!?!

    • Petra Malley 00:24 on April 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Matteo Salvini’s record is truly impressive.
      Where is there a British equivalent?
      As MPs continue trying to stick their collective dagger into our country’s back, the need for salvation through a UK Salvini will become urgent.
      When the fighting starts, and it will, a leader is essential, even for the best of troops.


    • Ted Courtney 08:40 on April 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good for Italy.
      It’s nice to read about a government that puts good people’s rights before bad people’s rights.


    • Danny Jacomi 14:19 on April 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Salvini is right on. Why cant people fight back?
      Here’s a story from Philadelphia your readers might like.


    • Bud Welkin 13:34 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A hero.
      All the better too that most Italians appear to be supporting him, in contrast to Americans, where so many do not support our great president.


  • ross1948 23:37 on September 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , One Young World, pinko creeps   

    Past-It Pinko Pop-Star Thrills Effete Young Creeps! 

    After applauding the decent young Dutch folk in our previous post, I was revolted to read of the effete young creeps in Ottawa who cheered the aged and abusive clown Geldof’s anti-democratic rant this week.

    They style themselves  ‘One Young World’  – ‘1,300 current and future young leaders‘  – so must clearly be blessed with the gift of prophecy – how do any of them know they’re future young leaders?

    Funnily enough, investigation reveals they are not ‘leaders’ at all, not elected by anyone! They’re simply uppities who get their names put forward and then have to be ‘approved’ by the in-crowd that runs the event. 

    One YOUNG World?

    So how come they had this gibbering old fart on their bandstand?


    If you saw something like that creature in the photo slumped at a corner outside a pub, you might throw him a coin.

    But not if he started running off at the mouth the way he did in Ottawa! The unkempt sad-sack hurled vile insults at a wide range of politicians, who won’t give a monkey’s because he’s a no-account with no mandate from anyone.

    But Geldof reserved his most insidious contempt  for the people  – ‘ an impatient electorate or distracted populace.’ who ‘leave us to fools like Trump, or Johnson in the UK…’

    Well, Hell, they’re just voters, using democracy as it’s meant to be used, not impatient or distracted, just voting for what they believe in after hearing all sides of the arguments.


    Unlike past-it pop-star know-alls with too much money and too little sense to retire gracefully.

    • Mike Hutchins 08:40 on October 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      How do any of them know they’re future young leaders?

      Because many of them are probably involved with Common Purpose, which is an evil organization, originating in Britain and supposedly a charity, CEO is Julia Middleton.

      For more info see http://www.cpexposed.com/


    • Dave Fraser 05:50 on October 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      What a mess that Geldof is, and I don’t mean just how he looks that’s bad enough.
      We had him blustering round Britain during the referendum campaign, even tho he’s not even British. a foreigner like that Ryan Air joker, also a citizen of a foreign country that would be very unhappy if we British interfered in their politics.
      As for his audience, they were obviously very unrepresentative ‘leaders’ as you can hear on the video in that link you gave us, like a crowd of spoilt kids in a playground cheering on a noisy bully.
      I see that ‘One Young World’ is a registered ‘charity.’ I thought we had charity commissioners who investigate groups like that.
      What are they doing about it?


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