Tagged: Reagan Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • ross1948 00:08 on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Emma Stone, , , , Reagan,   

    Time To Deflate The SAG Gas-Bags! 


     Going around Jakarta on public transport, as we non-rich folks do…

    kopaja

    … I am often serenaded, along with other passengers, by pengamen, buskers, who board the vehicle alone or with two or three friends, and entertain us with songs or, occasionally, poems.

    oooooooooo

    They are (sometimes!) rather good at entertaining us, and most people give them a few coins in appreciation of their efforts to enliven what might otherwise be a wearisome journey.

    One time, a guitarist asked me, as about the only foreigner who uses kopajas, to help him figure out the lyrics of a song! 

    ooooooooooooo

    But no matter how impressive their talents may be, nobody would seriously contemplate seeking their advice on Indonesian politics. If they attempted to impose their personal political or religious views via their performamces, most commuters would be thoroughly teed off.

    And for the offending minstrels, it would be a case of ‘rare in our pockets the mark of the mint!’

    So it doesn’t happen.

    They grasp the fact that their job is entertainment, not peddling propaganda.

    Hasil gambar untuk screen actors guild communist

    enemy-wthin

    Not so the puffed up twerps of the Screen Actors Guild, an organisation which, in his younger days as an actor, the late great Ronald Reagan rescued from CPUSA control.

    ——–

    Ronald_Wilson_Reagan_Cowboy_Poetanti_communism_by_leandrotr

    —————–

    Times have changed and the Left are back in the SAG saddle, as witness the Anti-Trump hate-fest reported by the BBC.

    “We’re in a really tricky time in our country and things are very inexcusable and scary,” said Emma Stone    http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-38793960 

    Silly little flibberty-jibbet as ever there were!

    Scary?

    Her scariest daily challenge is choosing which of many expensive baubles to don for the next party.

    And other show-biz gabbling ignoramuses too were at their shrillest, mouthing off in defence of undesirable aliens.

    If one scares easily, the moronic blow-hard in this video  – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuOcG0lIVZM –  might be a tad worrisome.

    ooooooooo

    Hasil gambar untuk punch in the face sag

    stupid_idiots_banner

    ———

    That bearded buffoon  – no idea of his name – gets rapturous applause from face-lifted hags, demented young harpies and some sexually ambivalent ‘men,’ when he howls of his intention to ‘punch in the face’ those he dislikes.

    These ‘celebrities’ need to be slapped down.

    Some of them at least are smart enough to know the folly of the left-liberal hogwash they spout, but they carry on, to keep in with the in-crowd.

    oooooo

    michael-moore-2

    Others are pure evil, like Michael Moore.

    And others, Emma Stone’s sort, are just big kids, immature and prone to showing off, to appal normal people, and to thrill their pinko pals.

    Best to boycott their movies till they grow up.

    Oh, and start with the boring OScar junk that’s apparently coming up soon. 

     
  • ross1948 23:07 on September 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , hanoi, , Reagan, , yangon   

    Much Ado On Myanmar, Silence, Largely, On Vietnam 


     
  • ross1948 21:24 on March 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , McCarthy, , Proclamation of Irish-American Heritage Month, Reagan, Scotch-Irish, , , , ,   

    Obama Snubs America's Finest – Ulster-Scots Heritage Un-Proclaimed? 


    The vibrant culture and rich heritage of the Irish people shaped many of the earliest chapters of America’s story.

    That comes from the latest Obama ‘Proclamation’ – Irish-American Heritage Month.

    ‘The Irish people?’

    So Spaniards and Portuguese will now be honoured as ‘The Iberian people?’ Danes, Norwegians and Swedes as ‘The Scandinavian people?’ Is this an intended affront to the Ulster-Scots, or ignorance  of the fact that TWO peoples live on the island of Ireland?

    How dare Obama obliterate by fiat the fact that it was the Ulster-Scots who largely made America, while the Gaelic-Irish did not arrive in significant numbers until long after that?

    ——————-

    obamalizard  Wrong, you charlatan!

    ——————————

    .

     “If defeated elsewhere then I will make my final stand for liberty with the Scotch-Irish of my native Virginia” ~ George Washington

    000000000000

    It was the Ulster-Scots, also referred to in US history as Scotch-Irish, who played a key role in the War of Independence.

    They may have come from what Obama calls, in his special proclamation, the Emerald Isle, but they were quite explicit in declaring themselves a separate and very distinct people from the Gaelic-Irish.

    I quote one pioneer leader’s response to having his flock described as ‘a parcel of Irish’ by a local official on arrival in the New World.

    ###############################################################################

    “We are surprised to hear ourselves termed Irish people, when we so frequently ventured our all for the British Crown and liberties, and are always ready to do the same when required.

    Red-hand-of-ulster-belfast-mural

    We are people of the Scottish race in Ulster who have given our strength and substance to uphold the British connection.there. It is hard in this new land to be identified with the very people to whom we have always been opposed.”

    %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

    Certainly there wasn’t then and isn’t now any shared vision between the two.

    The pioneers from Ulster and their heroic offspring, who included Robert E Lee and Ulysses S Grant did NOT consider themselves sons of Erin. another tendentious phrase calculated to confuse.

    —————————————–

    ————-

    The Manchurian’s reference to the courage and perseverance of the Irish-American community  was perhaps included as a tongue-in-cheek salute to the courage and perseverance of Edward ‘Girl-Drowner’ Kennedy at Chappaquiddick.

    Edward Kennedy Obituary

    Which one was saying ‘I’ve killed more women than you, buddy!’

    oooooo

    Kennedy, to be fair, was not exactly an archetype of his ethnic group; there have been many grand American patriots of Gaelic-Irish origin.

    Another US Senator comes to mind, a man whose REAL courage in the face of a vicious witch-hunt was in such marked contrast to the vile character of ‘Teddy Bare’ – I refer of course to Joe McCarthy, of Wisconsin.

    Another admirable member of that ethnic group was Senator Pat McCarran.

    ——————–

    • Ronald_Wilson_Reagan_Cowboy_Poet

    And let’s not forget the greatest President ever, Ronald Reagan.

    —————————

    But there have also been many of that breed who have shamelessly applauded the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang.

    Not so much Sons of Erin but Spawn of Eire…

    … the name plastered on the postage stamps of that country along with a map braying its imperialist aspirations to annex a smaller neighbour nation.

     Back to Obama’s tribute to these brave souls who put their faith in the ideas at the heart of our democracy…

    0

    plo.ira

    0

    …except for those who aped Kennedy and passed round their leprechaun hats to raise funds in  Boston bars for ethnic cleansing by Sinn Fein’s murder-gangs, warring down the democratic principle of self-determination for their neighbours whilst demanding it for themselves.

    The klutz cannot possible be unaware, when he blathers about how early immigrants from Ireland shaped our founding documents…

    ——————-

     ‘Call it not an American Rebellion,it is nothing more or less than a Scotch-Irish Presbyterian Rebellion.’ Captain Johann Heinricks,German mercenary serving with the British c.1780

    …that the signatories of the Declaration of Independence included many Ulster-Scots – the Gaelic-Irish, Kennedy’s ethnic brethren, descended on America in numbers only after the 19th century famine.

    Nor should Texans forget where Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and the famous Houston hailed from!

    ————————————

    If Obama wanted to learn a little, he could study these two books, the first written by an honest Gaelic-Irish historian bearing witness to the achievements of a people other than his own… 

     
    • Billy King 13:24 on March 6, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You did a fine job on this one, Ross.
      I read those books years ago, both of them still with me, for the kids to read too.

      Like

    • Wm Johnston 13:27 on March 10, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      A fine piece of writing, my friend.
      We appreciate you keeping faith with the old cause and the old country.

      Like

c
Compose new post
j
Next post/Next comment
k
Previous post/Previous comment
r
Reply
e
Edit
o
Show/Hide comments
t
Go to top
l
Go to login
h
Show/Hide help
shift + esc
Cancel
%d bloggers like this: