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  • ross1948 22:06 on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-aircraft guns, , , Lush Juncker, , , RAF,   

    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    So the prancing, prattling Leo Varadkar is switching a large slice of Eire’s miniscule defence budget from whatever Dublin’s military priorities are at the moment ( steel pants to be worn during prime ministerial inspections?) to urgent anti-aircraft installations?


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    The Toy-Boy Taoiseach made an absolute ass of himself with that speech yesterday, about how he’s all set to handle a WTO Brexit – we really need to stop using that ‘Hard Brexit’ phrase when what’s meant is trading with the Continent on the same terms as most countries in the work trade with each other!

    Limp-Wrist has threatened a No-Fly Zone!

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    “If they want their planes to fly over our skies, they would need to take that into account. You can’t take back your waters and then expect to take back other people’s sky”, he said.


    Pathetic, pig-ignorant tosser!

    Does he really plan a Dublin withdrawal from the global deal that all countries with passenger planes subscribe to, guaranteeing civilian aircraft the right to fly wheresoever?

    The clown also overlooked the fact, which Ulsterfolk and other British patriots were not slow to point out, that international flights to and from his rotten little republic fly back and forth over UK air-space time and time again.

    With an enemy like Eire’s effete ass-man, no matter he has his hand held drunkenly by The Luxembourg Lush…


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    …you’d think even May might respond.

    After all, a threat to civilian aircraft in time of peace is surely akin to an act of war.

    If they threaten British planes, the RAF should bomb Dublin.

    • Billy King 23:06 on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      God Bless You, Ross, that is what we love to hear.
      They lamented the death of Hitler, they were on the side of Galtieri and they gave and give safe haven to the bast-rds that murder us.
      Now this little frilly thing threatens innocent passengers flying over his wee republic?
      You are right. If they issue any threats, hit them hard.


    • Carrie McDougall 23:36 on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for saying what we should have heard from 10 Downing Street!
      Eire is our enemy and always has been since the Irish Free State changed its name and laid claim to our British country.
      Some of your readers probably don’t know that Eire means the whole island of Ireland and that’s why DeValera changed his republic’s official name, to make that claim to rule over us.
      Dublin’s goal is just the same as when that name was adopted seventy years ago.

      Winston Churchill made a great statement when WW2 ended, thanking us in Ulster for our loyalty and he contrasted that loyalty with those in Dublin who had been busy ‘ frolicking ‘ with the Nazis. I’m fairly sue that was the word he used, because my grandparents spoke about Dirty Dev a lot and that was the word they quoted.

      Churchill didn’t need to mention DeValera’s open mourning for Hitler, because everybody in our United Kingdom knew about that and hated Eire as much as we still do. I wish Winston had bombed Dublin then. Will the British Government in this day and age even lodge a diplomatic protest?
      I doubt it very much.


    • Joe Masters 22:03 on July 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We should have bombed them all through the 1960s and 1970s, everytime they refused to hand over wanted terrorists.
      It’s a dirty little country that has no conscience about providing safe haven for IRA murderers.


  • ross1948 17:11 on April 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , RAF, , UK Honours Committee   

    Petition for Brits – Honour ‘The Few!’ 

    Thanks to Leave.EU http://www.leave.eu/get-involved  for letting us know about this excellent petition, which I append below and hope every Brit who reads it will promptly sign.



    My late Mother was immensely proud of her wartime work as one of the radio operators who guided the RAF pilots as they defended Britain against German aggression…



    ….so, from her lofty perch on the Elysian Fields, she’ll be expecting no less from me today!

    Here’s the link you need!


    • Vicki 19:54 on April 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Delighted to oblige!


    • Pamela 20:15 on April 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Of course I will sign this!.


    • Mack the Knife 21:00 on April 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Done it . Good idea.


    • Jacko 22:27 on April 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      No worries, mate I can get lots more people to sign this.


  • ross1948 20:24 on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , patriotic pilots, RAF, ,   

    Use RAF To Deport ‘Em! What’s Theresa May Playing At? 

    Campaigners to target airlines after pilot saves Afghan man from deportation


    What is the government doing about this outrageous situation? Theresa May has to get her God-awful Home Secretary Amber Rudd to get the finger out and ACT.

    It’s not as if it’s a one-off!

    It is not the first time deportations have been thwarted by pilots exerting their powers to refuse to transport unwilling asylum seekers, either for humanitarian reasons or over concerns for in-flight security and passenger complaints.


    What the heck is the British Government going to do about these arrogant cockpit upstarts?

    Decent passengers would hardly complain if the undesirables were securely trussed up? There’s no security problem in that case. If there are pinko passengers unhappy about sharing a flight with deportees, tell them to sod off.


    If foreign airlines refuse either to dismiss subversive pilots, or at least to take effective disciplinary action pour encouragez les autres, then it’s time to bar those airlines from landing at UK airports.


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    Use British airlines, not those beholden to hostile regimes like Turkish Airlines, as was the case in the report!


    Have the British airlines vet pilots to ensure unprofessional, politicised pilots are not rostered to fly planes taking unwanted aliens back to where they belong. If any British pilots turn traitor, replace them!


    But if Theresa May lacks the will to take any of those simple steps…


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    …then why for pity’s sakes don’t they just use military cargo planes. A big one like that, above, could easily transport a hundred or more neatly packed unwanted aliens!

    RAF pilots are not likely to turn traitor the way some scummy civil pilots might.



    And if any attempt is made by agitprop trouble-makers to interfere, inside the airport or on the tarmac, hit them with the full force of the law.

    Have well-equipped police standing by ready to get stuck into agitators.

    Subdue them, arrest them, charge them.


    Lock ’em up!


    • Pamela 21:26 on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      As so often, your reactions resemble mine, going through all those ways the government might have responded to this problem instead of just staying mum and thinking it over for fear of upsetting media who will never support them no matter what.

      The thing that is so extremely annoying is how these demonstrators usurp any laws they don’t agree with. The whole hearing and appeal process was gone through and the deportation was legally beyond reproach. That pilot should be grounded permanently and never entrusted with another flight anywhere.


    • Vicki 21:43 on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, use the RAF if that’s what it takes to get these aliens out but there should be no need for that. if the pilot gets bolshie, take HIM off and put on a dependable pilot.
      If some little lefty passengers act up, do what the SPanish police did a month ago as you yourself told us about,
      ,’Guardia Civil were called in…eventually the plane took off…with the Senegalese on board for repatriation, but without the six protesting passengers who were banned from the flight.’ https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2017/07/22/snakes-on-a-spanish-plane-rat-bags-obstruct-deportation/


    • Nick Mulholland 01:56 on September 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      RAF good idea but arresting agitators?
      I don’t think I am wrong, when I say that the last time arrests were made for trying to block deportations, not sure where but one of the London airports, did the court not let them off with a slap on the wrist?
      British courts are in dire need of reform, dire need of judges and magistrates with a serious attitude to crime, .


      • David 03:12 on September 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Very good point, Nick,
        Unless the people can trust in the law courts to put the law-breakers down, there is not a lot of use in giving the police the task.


    • Elizabeth Rankin 20:46 on September 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      It makes me so angry when these illegals are found out, not refugees at all, and still they think they have a right to live here and live off British tax-payers.
      I understand that they are dishonest but what I cannot understand is why any British people support them.


  • ross1948 09:38 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , evacuation, , , , RAF   

    Dunkirk in Jakarta! If You Ain’t Seen It Yet, Go Today! 

    After a weekend marked more by inertia than anything else, I decided yesterday to go into town early and heed a powerful recommendation from somebody whose judgement I trust.

    ‘You’d love it,’ she had said!


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    And besides, Monday is a cheap ticket day at Jakarta cinemas.

    So into Plaza Indonesia I wandered, and paid Rp.50,000 ( AUD $5) and soon found myself one of less than half a dozen people seated in the very comfortable cinema on the 6th floor of the fancy mall.


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    Dunkirk is one of the best movies I’ve seen in AGES!

    I’m no expert in cinematography, but the filming of the aerial battle, as brave RAF pilots ( family connection for me there! ) endeavoured to save the British ships from German attack was captivating.

    And the human stories, especially that of a father and son and their young friend on one little pleasure boat…


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    …engaged in the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of soldiers from a previously little-known town on the French shore, were moving beyond words.

    Not least the final scenes, the British people’s heart-warming welcome to the rescued, some of whom had feared that they’d be ‘spat on in the streets’ for their failure to hold on in France…


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    True Brits!


    Cheered by crowds along the railway line!

    Such a stark contrast to the prosecutions launched against splendid members of the UK armed services who shot our enemies in Ulster, and to the insults heaped on America’s Vietnam heroes on their return, after their betrayal by the college creeps and rotten media.

    Yes, of course, the patriotism was a key part of its appeal for me, such a treat to have a ‘war movie’ untainted by the cess-pool politics of modern Hollywood’s ruling class!

    But even just as a straightforward drama, from anyone’s perspective, it’s great.

    Go see it!

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    • Santi 11:02 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I will go and watch this film, Ross. You make it sound very exciting.
      I remember how you were good at teaching English but also many history stories .


    • Jim in Jakarta 11:25 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      We went to see it at Gandaria last week. A first-class film but our little group had the theater almost to ourselves.
      I hope your ‘review’ has more people go before it ‘s replaced by one of those stupid giant robot movies!


    • Aji 12:36 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I will try your recommendation today, Pak Ross.
      Tomorrow I will tell you if I enjoy Dunkirk.


    • Kiran 13:31 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You make it sound very nice film to watch, Ross.
      I many times go to foreign film because it is good way to help me improve my english speaking.
      So tomorrow or maybe week end I will see this Dunkirk.
      Then I can ask you many question to explain for me I hope.


    • Puspa 15:52 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I have just now come from the cinema and I saw Dunkirk.
      You are so true about this film, Ross.
      I do not know the story before but it was very spesial and interesting.
      I was sad when it was finished but also happy too.
      I understand why the British people must love to watch it.


  • ross1948 15:11 on November 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Ibrahim Marouf, , , , , RAF, ,   

    Hey, UK! Ingrate ‘Refugee’ Savages Just Burned Your Money! 

    Several tents at the RAF base in Dhekelia, near Larnaka were set alight amid disturbances 

    ‘Refugee’ arson at an RAF base in Cyprus –


    Bad enough that the British Government did not give the order to open fire on the riotous ‘refugees.’

    Worse that the RAF were not authorised to turn these swine back when they appeared off that Cyprus base in the first place. 

    Now the ingrate scum having run amok, arson and mayhem, they add insult to injury by complaining that a key UK military installation, not far from the Mid-East war-zone, has a secure fence with locked gates!


    Listen to this uppity Arab, his arrogant snout dug deep in the British public purse. The dirty dog’s name is Ibrahim Marouf .

    : ‘The gate of the camp is always closed, there are fences all around the camp…”




    Well, dreadfully sorry, old chap! We’ll just leave the gates wide-open!

    Maybe put up a big sign outside, something like – ‘Welcome, ISIS!”

    A better idea would be to fly him back to Palestine, where he comes from.




    Millions of pounds sterling ( and US dollars) are lavished, via the UN, on that PLO-run cess-pool, so let them take care of their own. 



    • Selmer 03:50 on November 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I couldn’t agree more.
      These people’s lack of any sense of gratitude to the RAF makes me sick. They should have been VERY firmly put in their place by whoever was on duty at the time, though I think we’d find that ‘higher authority’ had issued kid glove orders.
      I see there are already a number of similar ‘refugees’ who have been living off the British tax-payer at the same base for years.
      All of them should be sent packing. And if any others are seen off the island, yes, turn them back, just as Australia so wisely has been doing. .


  • ross1948 00:08 on September 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: air strikes, , , , RAF, , two 'Britons' killed in Syria,   

    Great News from Syria – But BBC Calls Jihadist Scum ‘Britons?’ 

    Splendid news from the Middle East tonight, but you wouldn’t guess so, not from the BBC headlines.

    Two Britons killed in RAF Syria strike, PM tells MPs – BBC …

    Yeah, seriously!

    One’s first thought on reading those words might be fear for RAF personnel carrying out the noble fight against the satanic rape-gang ISIS.

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    Or maybe an air-strike had inadvertently gone awry and hit some archaeological dig with British university connections?

    But not at all.

    It’s not two BRITONS at all, but renegades  – TRAITORS, sectarian sex-predators, at war with Britan and her allies!


    • kissing_pigs Predators and Child Molestors BBC’s idea of ‘Britons’
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    Hogwash! A brace of bigot jihadist pigs taken out by the good lads flying the RAF sorties.

    Whatever possesses the BBC to present these swine as ‘Britons?’

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    • Ask yourself that question as you pour a dram to toast the pilots who made the Earth’s air purer!
    • PS – updating this, I was speechless to watch the BBC news late last night, with some people in the UK actually making a fuss about this strike against the traitor members of the terrorist rape-gang, including questions in the House of Commons.
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    • I am very far from being a fan of Cameron, but instead of questioning him as if he’s done something questionable, a unanimous vote of commendation would have been more appropriate, surely.


    • Simpso 12:51 on September 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Medals, not questions, are in order here. I raise my glass to the guys who fired the drones, and to you, sir.


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