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  • ross1948 23:05 on March 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Anyi-detention petition, , , pro-crimmigrant doctors   

    Are The Dutch Doc Dorks VERIFYING The Names? 

    A bunch of leftist Dutch medics are demanding that the aliens who gate-crashed Greece and are currently held in Aegean island detention be unleashed to prowl among honest citizens.

     Dirty Thieving Scum – ‘Refugees’ Torment Greek Farmers!

    Vile Ingrates Again Show Contempt For Greek Hosts! 

    Even in ‘detention,’ a lot of these crimmigrants have shown what may be expected of any such folly.


    The uppity doc dorks claim to have 22000 ‘signatures’ to their impudent epistle, which is addressed to…

    …..guess who…?


    We call on all leaders of the EU to comply with this agreement from 2016, and to take refugees into their countries now…



    As a history student, I recall that the Chartists’ petition to the UK parliament in 1848 was met with derision because it contained a large number of plainly bogus ‘signatures….’

    Your Committee also observed the names of distinguished individuals attached to the petition, who can scarcely be supposed to concur in its prayer: among which occurs the name of Her Majesty, as Victoria Rex, April 1st….

    Your Committee have also observed in derogation of the value of such petition, the insertion of numbers of names which are obviously fictitious, such as “No Cheese,” “Pug Nose”, “Flat Nose”.

    There are others included, which your Committee do not hazard offending the House and the dignity and decency of their own proceedings by reporting.

    It may be added that there are other signatures appended obviously belonging to the name of no human being.” http://www.historyhome.co.uk/peel/chartism/debate48.htm

    Heaven forfend that any of our readers might contemplate emulation of those naughty 19th century name-fakers, by adding…

     ‘….Victoria Rex,’ or ‘Charles Manson,’ or ‘Idi Amin’ or…well, any damfool name one might dream up, to the pro-crimmigrant ‘petition.’

    Think of the reaction if it became clear many names were fake.

    Or would the EUSSR, or anyone, even bother to verify the identities?

    Passing your broker's account verification process



    Surely they’d have to, or it would render the propaganda effort worthless?

    For more info on this nonsense, patriots should look at where names may be added, viz. the link below.



  • ross1948 08:45 on December 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , medevac, , pro-crimmigrant doctors,   

    Al Jazeera’s “Dark Day” In Oz! 

    In our recent previous post…

    Bravo, Australia – Stinkos Locked Up!

    …we noted the obvious slanting of the Guardian report towards Stinkos, but at least the bias is blended smoothly into that pinko rag.

    What about Al Jazeera?

    They have a long record of undesirable extremism….


    ‘I AM NOT CHARLIE!’ Leaked Emails Expose AlJazeera’s Intolerant A-Hole!

    ‘Walls of Shame?’ Al Jazeera’s Shameless Bias On Show Again! 

    …but to be fair, they do quote Scott Morrison’s sensible justification of the repeal of that damfool pro-crimmigrant ‘medevac’ accurately.

    The government has repeatedly argued that the Medevac Bill is a security concern, alleging that migrants were “gaming” the system to come to Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in February: “Someone who’s a paedophile, who’s a rapist, who has committed murder – any of these other crimes – can just be moved on the say-so of a couple of doctors on Skype.”

    Knowing how many doctors have shown disgraceful endorsement of activity aimed at introducing illegal aliens into countries where they don’t belong…


    The MV Aquarius is a former German coast-guard and fishery protection vessel (then named Meerkatze, 1977) operated since February 2016 by SOS Méditerranée and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

    NGO Imports Murderous Savages – Impound Aquarius

    …doctors not only in Oz but in Europe and elsewhere too, it’s hard to see how anyone could disagree with Australia’s PM.




    Yet the headline Al J chose to lure readers to that story?

    Dark day’: Australia repeals medical evacuation for refugees


    There are many words Australians might use to describe the reform just enacted, and patriotic citizens might choose to echo Wordsworth’s  – ‘bliss was it in that dawn to be alive!’

    Instead, the words ‘dark day’ are a quote, clipped from a Green Party senator, and we know how rabidly pro-crimmigrant that party is.

    A truly objective report would require no words in its headline prior to ‘Australia…’

    …but trust AlJ! ( is that an oxymoronic exhortation?)




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