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  • ross1948 12:56 on April 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , resignation,   

    Petition – Kick Out W.H.O? Beijing’s Anti-Taiwan Collabo! 

    Exactly what we need!

    Not before time, online petition to force out WHO’s  disgraceful director-general…

    Beijing Collabo’s W.H.O-Ha Over Gaga’s Virus ‘Sacrifice!’! 

    • Ghebreyesus 

    Who Will Help Free China? Not Collabo W.H.O., Methinks! ..

    ….Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has soared past 700,000 signatures, drawn from all over the orld.

    The organisers are smart, and multilingual, making the petition available in English, French, Arabic and numerous other tongues.

    The petition  to awaits your attention!

    Sign it, please, and please don’t forget to pass it on to all your contacts!


    • Jim Ex Jakarta 15:01 on April 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I will sign that right away.
      WHO care more about currying favour with the world’s biggest dictatorship than about getting to the facts. Communist China is to blame for all of this and WHO wont say so.


    • JazPen 15:15 on April 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Our mutual friend just told me you are very productive today and so I see.
      I would like to comment on all of them but this one is the most useful, so well done.

      This is a good petition. Over 700,000 already?
      I will help make it 800,000.


    • Amanda A 18:20 on April 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I will forward this to anyone I can think of.
      It would be good to get a million names.


  • ross1948 09:23 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , jared O’Mara MP, , , resignation   

    At Least One MP Admits To It! 

    If only all the MPs who show signs of suffering from mental health issues would also submit their resignations!


    Any suggestions as to which Westminster Remainiacs are actually certifiable?


    • Fred Farr 10:21 on July 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t know that much about politics in England but I wish a few of our legislators with a screw loose would resign, like that Omar from Minnesota.
      If she wont quit of her own accord, she needs to be arrested and interrogated about who she married and how often.


  • ross1948 15:20 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ’compromise’, , resignation,   

    Something Wicked That Way Goes! 

    Blathering to the end about compromise…

    • which is a fine thing when you go shopping with somebody who likes lamb as much as you like pork, so you get some cuts of each, but not when you have a clear democratic mandate to declare your country’s independence!



    …..that woman has finally done what British patriots want!

    Good riddance!

    • Vanessa R 15:56 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Bravo, Ross.
      After listenng to all the rubbish from her ‘colleagues’ about her ‘sincerity’ etc your brief comment is refreshing.


    • Fiona 15:57 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Short sweet epitaph and perfect for a traitor’s headstone.


    • Edward Lamont 16:09 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      There’s nothing worse than hearing all the hypocrites who hate a leader’s guts suddenly discovering what a fine job he or in this case she has done.
      BBC has got them on and will have more of them, probably all day.
      The truth is she betrayed her party and her country.
      Good riddance as you say.


    • Ned A 16:15 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hear hear!


      • Jacko 23:19 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Ned, I am with your hear-hear.
        No long sentences. No big words.
        Just being happy.


    • Vicki 18:21 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She should weep for shame at all the times she tried to sell us out to the European Union, not in self-pity at her overdue downfall.
      As for her Tory ‘friends’ praising her?
      What a two-faced bunch!


    • Ginje Merriel 20:50 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Well rid of her, but we have to hope the Brexit Party does as well as we all hope.
      Everyone is expecting a walk-over but counting chickens before they are hatched is always unwise.
      Our friends in Holland didn’t do as well as was predicted.


    • Noreen Paterson 13:41 on May 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So lets start on who should take over as Tory leader.
      He has gone back on the conservative ideas he used topropose as a journalist.
      He’s now fanatical for the ‘gay’ agenda.
      Hunt is hopeless.
      Don’t know enough about him.
      Ether McVey has a good track record on most things.


      • Avery Prentiss 19:03 on May 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Noreen, if you want to know a bit more about Raab, his wife works for Google.
        Not good news but not damning.
        However unlike McVey he has a terrible record on the ‘bender agenda,’ voting for ‘gay’ marriage etc.
        I can’t see how he can be considered ‘conservative’ in any sense, any more than Johnson.


    • Pamela 18:43 on May 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      McVey is not bad at all, but can we trust any Tory?
      Certainly Johnson stands for nothing, except his own advancement.
      That Steve Baker is excellent but he only says he’s thinking about standing.
      Overall, I think we must be extremely careful on this.
      The Brexit Party is clearly the patriotic choice for now. Once the situation is less cluttered, let’s discuss this at length.


  • ross1948 08:05 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , resignation   

    May Loses Her Only 3 Ministers Who Have A Conscience 


    Gambar terkait


    UK Brexit Secretary David Davis resigns – reports


    • Petra Malley 15:25 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      A Tory with a conscience.


    • Edward L 16:21 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We have to wait for hell to freeze before Gove and Johnson show as much backbone as this man has.
      I never saw Davis as any kind of hero but today I salute him.


    • Harvey Young 16:46 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      He and Mogg must get together with Farage and unite the democratic resistance in one party.
      The Conservatives have to be smashed at the next election, unless they dump May now.


    • Noreen Paterson 19:46 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Rumour is Johnson might resign today.
      Saying that, I am not sure he’d be an asset in the coming struggle.


      • ross1948 21:43 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Johnson has indeed resigned. I just got home a while ago and it’s on all the news channels.
        I tend to agree with you about him, as I never trusted him even before the Brexit campaign,
        because of his frequent U-turns.
        May is villainous and I hope she is cast down from her position.
        We are entering a turbulent time and if all patriots unite to rescue Brexit from her and her like, surely it can be done.


        • Fiona 00:32 on July 10, 2018 Permalink

          I agree, Boris is a busted flush, as our American friends would say.
          If he challenges May, even the minority of patriotic MPs would have to hold their noses to vote for him. Davis is too mild.
          If eiher of them has the courage to leave the Tory Party and offer a pro-British alternative, I will support them.
          Otherwise, back to UKIP but maybe some other possible way forward will present itself in this chaotic situation.
          I wish we had a Salvini.


    • Warren 20:37 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We did not vote tobecome an offshore appendage.
      We voted to Get Britain Out!
      The anger here against the betrayal is intense.
      May must go, but she must take all her toadying ministers with her.


    • Penny 22:54 on July 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think only two ministers at that point, Ross. One woman failed to follow Davis example, though we thought she was.
      Have you been watching the Commons debate?
      If May wins the support she got from Anna Sour-Puss Soubry, and she did, that’s enough for us to know it’s a sell-out.


    • Colum Moir 14:26 on July 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      She would lose more than ministers if it were up to me.


    • Mitch Arnott 01:24 on July 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Fiona, did you see that Ukip is showing sharp increase in support, from almost none to 6%?
      I think better to stick with an existing party than go all the way back to the drawing board.
      Nigel Farage is interested in coming back too.
      I let my membership lapse because it looked like there was no more need.


  • ross1948 10:18 on January 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , resignation, , ,   

    Gotcha! Public Outrage Fells The Sinn Fein Swine! 

    We did our bit from afar and helped circulate that petition…


    The people of Northern Ireland demand that Barry McElduff should resign after his disgraceful video referencing the Kingsmill Massacre posted at 00:05 5th January 2018 the 42nd anniversary of the atrocity where 10 innocent workmen were brutally murdered because of their protestant faith.

    …and now we read that it has had its desired effect!

    Barry McElduff resigns as MP for West Tyrone


    The foul Sinn Fein swine continues to lie….

    Mr McElduff has said that he did not make a connection in his mind between the video and the massacre, but he accepted many people do not believe that..

    ….but even his comrades in treason have evidently been so embarrassed by his mockery of terror victims…



    ….that he’s been forced to step down.

    But let’s not kid ourselves.


    Gambar terkait

    It IS embarrassment, NOT conscience, that motivated the SF/IRA gang to cut the pig loose.

    The DUP’s Arlene Foster recognises this.

    “By merely suspending him and continuing to pay him, they compounded his disgraceful actions and demonstrated a lack of respect and compassion for the victims of Kingmills and indeed victims more widely.

    As another DUP MP, Gregory Campbell sums it up –

    “They were the perpetrators of this incident, not the victims of it.”

    True, and while we can be a little pleased with today’s news, the truth is…


    …SF/IRA, all the traitor scum, deserve a lot more than merely being driven out of public life!


  • ross1948 19:22 on December 2, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Mayor James Knowles, , , , , resignation, , , St. Louis Rams, support fund   

    Justice for Darren Wilson! 

    I see from the US media that the cop being subjected to threats of persecution by Obama’s racist Attorney General has resigned.




    It’s no fun quitting your job if you don’t have another to go to.

    And it doesn’t sound like Officer Darren Wilson has.

    In his resignation statement, Wilson said: “It was my hope to continue in police work but the safety of other police officers and the community is of paramount importance to me. It is my hope that my resignation will allow the community to heal.”   http://www.cbsnews.com/news/darren-wilson-resigns-his-lawyer-talks-about-his-future-in-policing/

    But that sense we all can grasp, of facing an uncertain future when you find yourself out of work,  is magnified a thousand fold for this decent American cop.

    It may be termed ‘resignation,’ but the plain truth is that he surely had little choice. It’s not only his livelihood at stake, but his very life, and that of his family, which must be considered at risk. And his cop colleagues are under threat as well.


    • civilised man v savage
    • ======
    • Those ranting savages on the streets of Ferguson are more than capable of killing, given their racist hysteria.


    But what about this?


    •  Knowles

    Thanks a lot, Mr. Mayor. You know this man would still be in your city’s employ, were it not for the rioting ratbags. He’s been intimidated out of his job – scarcely a voluntary resignation, but you won’t give him a red cent? 



    I would hope decent Americans can start a support fund for Darren Wilson. God knows he deserves it – and if Holder’s “Justice” Department white-collar hit-men come after him, as they may very well do, despite the Grand Jury findings that he has no case to answer – he will be up against it. 

    PS – and a nice bit of news at the end of that same report, about the infantile introduction of racial politics into the recent game involving several St. Louis Rams players standing with their arms raised in a “Hands Up” gesture before trotting onto the field for pregame introductions…

    These nonsensical antics naturally stirred up some nitwits in the crowd, who afterwards marched in the area near the Edward Jones Dome, chanting, “Ram fans — join the movement.”


    Now for the good bit!

    When about three dozen St. Louis officers in riot gear showed up to make sure things didn’t get out of hand, many of the fans broke out in spontaneous applause for the officers.



    And that show of solidarity with the good guys probably represents 90% of Americans.’ Sez who?

    Not me, though I agree.

    No, it was a tv personality on the left-lib medium MSNBC.  And he went on to say this –

    “There are so many great people to embrace as heroes in the black community that deciding you’re going to embrace a guy that knocked over a convenience store, and then according to grand-jury testimony, acted in ways that would get my children shot … that’s your hero? That’s the reason you want to burn down black businesses?” 

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