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  • ross1948 17:30 on January 24, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Portugal’s Patriot Party Beats Red Jackboot 

    Very weird constitution, Portugal’s, with a ‘prohibition on racist organisations‘ but no ban at all on the Communist Party or other marxist gangs that thrive…



    …on the foul old German fraud’s divisive dogmas of class-hatred and envy.

    Anyway, amending their constitution is something for the Portuguese people to get around to when they have the time and inclination to do so.

    Meanwhile, a nasty leftist woman named Ana Gomes…

    She’s a horror – see our PS!

    ….has been trying to get the patriot party, Chega, outlawed, an urgent task in the eyes of the rabid left…

    Chega’s Big Chance – Hope For Portugal?

    Good News From Portugal! Chega OK!

    …given that so many voters have been flocking to support Chega and its energetic leader, André Ventura.


    See the source image


    I was drawn to this matter by a report in the Soros-funded ‘Open Democracy’ site – an odd-ball outfit we have noticed in the past.


    ‘Open Democracy?’ “Pseuds’ Corner,” More Like! 

    One might expect any media purporting to support open democratic systems would be up in arms about the Gomes jackboot threat.

    On the contrary, the author of the piece sounds almost like he’s salivating over the prospect of thwarting that growing segment of the electorate that’s had enough of being affronted by anti-social ‘minorities!’

    Told by a Lisbon University prof that, for Jackboot Gomes to get her evil way, Chega’s alleged ‘racism’ “must be intense”, Open Democracy’s pinko creep astutely notes that-

     …determining what qualifies as “intense racism” is proving to be a challenge for the Portuguese authorities.

    Reading Pinko’s shrilly partisan guff is not pleasant, but useful, in that I learned of the existence of a kangaroo quasi-court, the Portuguese Commission for Equality and Against Discrimination (CICDR), a body that includes members of parliament, government and civil society organisations.

    In what possible democracy-based judicial system are ‘civil society organisations…



    …aka ‘NGOs’ – coopted to the judiciary, with powers to levy fines on any citizens?

    Chega’s leader has already been a victim of these witch-hunters, but happily ‘Lisbon’s criminal court acquitted the leader of Chega and overruled the decision of the CICDR that fined Ventura for statements made on Facebook…


    Seems he was telling off the Roma and CICDR’s pinko creeps got their knickers in a twist!


    Hey, UK! Don’t Abhor Romanians – Roma Rogues Are The Problem

    Brussels, to the French, in France – “It’s No Matter if You’reRoma or French!

    Why do left-liberals get uptight about Roma?


    The courts, to the Open Democracy intolerant’s evident chagrin, seem likely to ward off Gomes’s demand for ideological totalitarianism.

    Chega’s continued rise will be up to the people of Portugal.

    Good luck to Andre Ventura this month.




    For more on Ana Gomes’ pro-crimmigrant, anti-Israel and far-left involvements…

    Peruse her wikipedia entry, esp the part about corruption..

    Two requests made by the Deputy Attorney General of Portugal in 2014 and 2017 to waive Ana Gomes’ parliamentary immunity with respect to criminal proceedings against her… have both been decided against by the European Parliament.[25][26]

    That ‘European Parliament’ sure lives up to the nick-name we like to use!


  • ross1948 15:24 on November 10, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Chega’s Big Chance – Hope For Portugal? 

    Only a week or so after we wrote about Portugal’s patriot party….

    Good News From Portugal! Chega OK!

    Image result for chega portugal


    …here we are again, along with a seemingly grumpy academic’s comments!

    1. First, the news that there’s to be a general election.
      Then the better news, that –
      Analysts agree that the far-right Chega party stands to secure several seats in new elections.
      …and could emerge as third-strongest party in elections

      Then the BBC runs us through some background…

      Chega won its first seat in 2019 and campaigns on an anti-corruption platform but also against alleged misdeeds of minority groups such as Roma.

      Excellent reasons to hope they win big!

      Big enough, even, that…

      …other right-of-centre politicians could soon be forced to decide whether to do deals with the party.

      Let’s hope some people in those parties have the sense to work with forthright patriots!


      What’s this…?

      Chega is bound to get more votes,” said Prof Coutinho. “In that case, the president is responsible.”


      Sounds like he’s blaming that president, rather than praising him!

      Or am I misreading the professor’s mood.

      Perhaps one of our handful of readers in Portugal can clarify?

  • ross1948 16:22 on October 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Good News From Portugal! Chega OK! 

    Just glancing through the news, and with Portugal’s politicians in a big row over their budget, there may be a general election.

    So polling has been carried out, and lo…

    One party that would stand to gain from early elections is the far-right Chega. It’s polling on 9 percent, up from the 1.3 percent it scored in 2019.


    Looks like the awakening process we wrote about a while ago…

    Portugal At Last Awakes! .

    Image result for chega portugal


    ….is speeding up!

    The faster the better!

  • ross1948 15:21 on April 1, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Bojo Gangs Up Against ‘Our Oldest Ally? ‘ 

    What a deplorably biased headline…

    European Club Shames Portugal On Racism! ‘

    Not, please note, on ‘alleged’ racism, but clearly a proven, shameful sin, confessed to by everyone in Portugal…




    …which used to be known among Brits as ‘Our Oldest Ally!’

    After all…


    …..once accused of ‘racism,’ only a guilty verdict is permissible..

    …as that mouthy cow Underwood made clear

    As mentioned recently, the UK’s escape from the EUSSR…



    …did not include unslinging the malodorous albatross called the ‘Council of Europe’ from around Britannia’s weary neck.



    Like the EUSSR’s ‘parliament,’ the Council of Europe maintains a hugely expensive HQ in Strasbourg.


    Building of the Council of Europe Headquarters located in Strasbourg, France. Stock Photo - 103414864
    Council of Europe Headquarters


    EU Observer strangely describes the outfit as ‘a multilateral club,’ but it is an official state-funded body, with more than 2000 people working there…


    ( or at least employed there – whether what they do there can be classified as honest work is another matter!)

    …paid from the taxes of almost every nation on the Continent, plus Britain!

    Inexplicably, it has just issued an arrogant scoldy diktat to Portugal…



    …insisting that “further efforts are necessary for Portugal to come to terms with past human-rights violations to tackle racist biases against people of African descent inherited from a colonial past and historical slave tradehttps://euobserver.com/tickers/151355

    Like, who the Bloody Hell do these uppity turds think they are?


    Any appeasement of BLM-type whiners-on-the-make is for Portugal to decide, not a pack of unelected sticky-beaks in Strasbourg!



    Sadly, the current Portuguese Government has no more backbone than UK’s Jellyfish Johnson….

    Has Anyone Costed Bojo’s BLM Appeasement Commission

    …so there may already be a Bojo-style appeasement commission wasting public funds in Lisbon

    Indeed, according to EUObs, at the moment there’s ‘a toxic political debate‘ on how to ‘memorialise its colonial history.’


    When biased left hacks, like a lot if those with EUObs, use that word ‘toxic,’ it often indicates that decent patriotic folk are refusing to roll over when assailed by red vermin.

    Could it be that the good people we wrote about recently…

       Portugal At Last Awakes! 

    Image result for chega portugal

     ..are putting up feisty resistance to the Portuguese counterparts of those evil creatures in the UK…


    Winston Churchill Statue Vandalised in London During George Floyd Death Protests and Black Lives Matter Movement (Watch Video)

    Churchill Statue defaced by BLM vermin

    Cenotaph Soiled- Cops Cower – Bojo Bottles Out!

    …who are warring down their country’s history?

    Today’s question?

    Why did Johnson not order the UK representative on the Council of Europe to speak and vote against the insolent measure mentioned above?


    • Amanda Adams 21:40 on April 1, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Why is Britain still mixed up with that lot?
      How much does that Council of Europe rip off British tax-payers every year.?
      We should all write to our MPs at least and demand answers..


  • ross1948 19:30 on January 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Lisbon alien infestation, Portugal   

    Portugal At Last Awakes! 

    No doubt mournfully, the fanatically pro-crimmigrant and Europhiliac EUObserver reports that the excellent patriot party leader, Andre Ventura rolled up over half- a-million voted in Portugal’s presidential election yesterday.

    Image result for chega portugal


    Chega means ‘Enough!’

    And while not enough voters have wokenup to what’s ruining their country, it’s a damned good start,

    A good result, and even more impressive when we see that in 2019’s legislative elections, Chega got a mere 1.3 percent…

    ….whereas on Sunday that soared to 11.9%, a mere percentage point behind the opposition Socialist candidate.

    Senhor Ventura has a lot to be proud of, and said so.

     “For the first time an openly anti-system party has disrupted the traditional right, with nearly half a million votes!”

    The ‘traditional right’ referred to is no more ‘right’ than Jellyfish Johnson…

    ….and while their candidate won more than 60% percent of votes cast, Chega has every reason to be confident, as more and more people are disgusted by what the in-crowd political clique are doing to their country, both in respect of resisting incursions…



    Prime Minister António Costa…when asked whether recent landings in the Algarve should be seen as “a time bomb” for Portugal –

    “We have not been touched now”, said the Prime Minister…this is not a national problem, contrary to what Mr André Ventura thinks, it is a problem for the whole of the European Union and one to which we must respond in solidarity”. https://www.theportugalnews.com/news/costa-refuses-national-approach-to-migration-time-bomb/55969

    We know what that means!

    In other words, follow the EUSSR diktat, which won’t send undesirables back but spreads them across the continent, to settle where they’re not wanted!


    …and of dealing with those already within.

    The Portuguese Council of Ministers has decided to temporarily grant all migrants and asylum seekers currently in the country full citizenship rights.


    Some Ministry of Internal Affairs bint named Claudia Veloso, declared a typical slack-brained leftist justification for the act of madness.

    In these exceptional times, the rights of migrants must be guaranteed.”


    Unbelievable, yeah?

    When, like every nation in Europe, the people of Portugal are up against it, their ‘leaders’ devalue their citizenship, pandering to the horde of undesirable aliens in ever more crimmigrant-infested Lisbon.


    Viva Chega!

  • ross1948 20:11 on November 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ciega!, doorway, , , , Portugal,   

    Nil Desperandum, Canada! Take Hope From Portugal! 

    Many Canadian patriots are still feeling down, after The Turd hung on as PM and Max Bernier’s PPC failed to do well in the recent election.

    Canada – A Country’s People Votes To Cut Their Own Throats! 

    But here’s a bit of news from, of all places, Portugal, which I wrote about a few months ago, lamenting the absence of any organised patriotic upsurge there…

    Spain Woke Up – Now Portugal’s Turn? 

    …when we quoted from a very wicked man –

    “Instead of demanding progress and social justice, they are supporting extreme-right positions aimed at societal and civilizational regression,” Arménio Carlos, general secretary of the biggest labor union and a Communist Party central committee member…https://www.politico.eu/article/yellow-jackets-head-to-portugal-gilets-jaunes/

    …and noted that although the patriot movement in Portugal was not ‘very numerous…they must be a worry to the worst elements in their country, to get drenched with marxist bile.’

    So now it seems Portugal is catching up with its neighbour, Spain!

    I won’t rehash the encouraging story from Gatestone which talks about the new party there…


    Image result for morning has broken"


    …though i am indebted to the author for revealing exactly what an anti-democratic constitution Portugal has had for forty years –  the Portuguese Constitution calls for opening up “a path towards a socialist society.”

    Image result for chega portugal

    But scanning other sources for news of the new party –  Chega! – which means  ‘Enough!’ – I found how childish the political in-crowd in Lisbon has behaved in response to  the party leader’s success.

    Andre Ventura, like all legislators, has to be alloted a designated seat in the parliamentary chamber. To reach it, he needs to pass the positions occupied by the ‘centre-right’  CDS-PP party.

    But EuroNews reports that the ‘centre-right’ took exception –  the seating plan “would force them to get up for a political rival, which does not happen to others.”

    Well, boo-hoo-hoo!

    How sad for the soggy centre squad, obliged to get off their spoilt backsides, as a patriot walks by to take his rightful place.

    And it gets even more absurd!

    The Speaker of the House has decreed –

    that an opening be made in the balustrade next to Ventura’s seat, meaning he would have his own private entrance…”




    As you might expect, Ventura is less than impressed.

    He said such expenditure was a “ridiculous” waste of resources and that the hidden agenda has nothing to do with a bunch of sloppy centrists too rude to let a man get past them.

    Instead, he sees it as a rather infantile way to put his party down.  https://www.euronews.com/2019/10/25/too-far-to-the-right-portugal-lawmaker-gets-own-parliament-door

    The in-crowd parties elswhere in Europe are known for this kind of childishness, notably in Germany, where the ‘left, right and centre’ factions engage in shadow-boxing…

    German Collabo Parties Trample Fair Play! 

    …whilst uniting to treat the patriots of AfD in grossly unfair fashion.

    As the recent regional elections for Thuringia and other Land parliaments, this kindergarten mentality does not go un-noticed by voters, who are rallying to the AfD in ever greater numbers.

    I hope Portuguese people too respond appropriately and turn in their thousands to Ciega!

    And in Canada, which has lagged behind Europe in the mobilisation of resistance to the Enemy Within?

    Nil Desperandum!

    Don’t despair!

  • ross1948 21:59 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    The Dirty Half-Dozen – Whose Leaders Invited Illegals In? 

    Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Romania and Luxembourg – these six governments have betrayed Europe.

    By agreeing to take the Open Arms crimmigrants…



    …they might as well have toured North Africa with loud-speakers, urging every single undesirable alien loitering there to board whatever bit of a boat they can find and head out to sea.

    Matteo Salvini can tell Italians he’s saved them from this load of the lawless, but now plenty more will attempt incursions.

    If had he brought the vessel under naval authority and steered it back to Libya, he would have earned all our thanks.

    As for the citizens of the Dirty Dozen…


    …especially the Germans and the French, who are already plagued by illegals, they must be asking what they can do to bring their rogue leaderships under control.



    I hope they find useful answers.



    • Mack the Knife 22:25 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I hope the people of those six countries do something to express the sense of betrayal that I share.
      Merkel, Macron and the others are treacherous dogs.


    • Pamela 22:30 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This is such bad news!
      Inevitably, boats will be launched by the score from Libya, and probably even as I’m reading this.
      If only Mr. Salvini could capture those NGO ships and scuttle them before they go off again and bring even more illegals to Europe?


    • Vanessa Reilly 22:47 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      After all her other betrayals, Merkel now opens her arms to this lot.
      If I were German, I know what I would want to do, but I can’t say it, even on your blog, which is one of the few safe spaces for people who care about their countries.


    • Carlos D 23:02 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Spain is also sufferied from illegals as bad as France and Germany.
      We too must replace the very bad government as soon as we can.


    • Inge S 06:05 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Are we not harmed enough by so many of these illegal immigrants but Merkel will bring more of them onto our country?
      If one of them attacks a German, Merkel must get the blame.


    • Chipper 09:02 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Nobody I know wants to have these illegals housed near them.
      Every government minister in each of the six governments should be ordered to set an example, take a couple of the illegals into their own homes.


    • curt Demarr 09:04 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Six countries, six leaders, six sick traitors.
      Why is there no uprising in any of the six?


    • Myra Lemescu 11:42 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Those poor people in Europe, always getting kicked in the teeth by their governing parties.
      Then I think again and say this.
      Merkel and Macron didnt get power by any kind of take-over. People voted them in, and if they dont vote them out, they cant complain about the migrant murderers and rapists which the same governments have put upon them.


  • ross1948 12:41 on February 22, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Spain Woke Up – Now Portugal’s Turn? 

    “Instead of demanding progress and social justice, they are supporting extreme-right positions aimed at societal and civilizational regression,” Arménio Carlos, general secretary of the biggest labor union and a Communist Party central committee member…https://www.politico.eu/article/yellow-jackets-head-to-portugal-gilets-jaunes/

    The Portuguese Yellow Vests may not be very numerous but they must be a worry to the worst elements in their country, to get drenched with marxist bile.

    communism tyranny

    Communism, rather than anything in the Yellow Vest protests, is infamous worldwide for its societal and civilisational regression – or more precisely blood-stained record of oppression…



    …and the fact that a card-carrying CP member can hold an influential position also tells us a lot about how much Portugal needs radical change.


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    We here were in the habit of being vexed that Spain, Portugal’s next-door neighbour, lacked a significant patriot party, but happily the Spaniards have finally begun to catch up….

    Vox Pop, Vox Dei? Spanish Resistance Rising! 

    …with France and Italy and Germany, where Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini and the AfD are strong and valorous champions of their peoples.

    The author of the January article in politico.eu initially offers us slim pickins.

    Almost alone in Europe, Portugal has no significant far-right party. Still, small ultranationalist groups joined Friday’s protests. One Yellow Jacket Facebook group only recently changed its name from

    “Portugal First — No to Refugees.”


    Related image


    A seemingly reliable poll last month raised doubts over Portugal’s immunity to far-right populism ahead of elections scheduled for October. It indicated 27 percent might vote for a new party that’s tough on corruption and illegal immigration, should one emerge.


    Early days yet.

    However, if those various ‘small ultranationalist groups‘ can get their act together in the months ahead, who’s to say that a patriot party might not make an impact?

    After all, Portugal is a land with a proud history. 

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