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  • ross1948 15:32 on May 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Police Ombudsman Ulster, , RUC,   

    Race Gang V Terror Fans? Hammer Them Both! 

    Some might think we face something of a dilemma on reading that the cultural marxist BLM mob…

     Black Lives Matter co-founder tweets about killing “men and white folks”


    …in Ulster (yes, these whining trouble-makers get everywhere!) have got the Police Ombudsman ‘to investigate a complaint of “race discrimination…”


    The Ombudsman ( or should we now call her ‘Ombudsperson?’) is Marie Anderson and she’s going to investigate “allegations of inconsistencies” between the PSNI’s handling of –

    A –  a mob at a Black Lives Matter protest, who were given lock-down fines…


    B – another mob, the Sinn Fein/IRA members and sympathisers who turned out for the Storey garbage disposal event, and were allowes by craven cops to flout the rules…

    Distance Double-Standards – Terror ‘Mourners’ Get A Pass? 

    …an event to which we paid attention a few months ago, or, as the BBC obsequiously describes it, ‘the funeral of senior republican Bobby Storey.’


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    The PSNI was always a misbegotten institution, shamefully established to appease disloyal scum, replacing a heroic police force…



    …the RUC, which should never have been abolished.

    That sell-out was made even more offensive by the failure of the PSNI to have their country’s flag…

    ….flying atop police stations, as the RUC always had.


    So with one pack of fanatics asking why they were treated more severely than another group of fanatics, which side should we cheer on?


    …which side should we cheer on?



    Stick it to BLM, while belatedly going after all those republican ‘mourner’ swine who can be identified from photos taken at the time!

    If people break the law, policing should be firm!


    • Miles Fleming 16:11 on May 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      That’s how it should be.
      If I had to choose, the decider would be the fact that the IRA gang have killed far more people than BLM.
      In our country.
      It might be different in America.


    • Billy King 18:21 on May 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      PSNI has lost the trust of British people, not that they ever had much.


    • Dougie K 21:32 on May 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Two bad lots, or should I say three?
      PSNI should be disbanded.
      RUC OK


  • ross1948 21:58 on March 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , RUC,   

    C’mon, Arlene! Bring Back The RUC, And The B-Specials! 

    We have noted the shortcomings of the PSNI often enough…

    So PSNI Have Been Busy – Creating Problems For Loyal Citizens! 

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    Ulster Top Cop – Lying, or Grovelling to Sinn Fein? 

    Cops Cower From Disloyal Thuggery Threats!

    …and so see no reason to disagree with Arlene Foster’s call for its top cop to step down.

    Some might say not before time!

    Ulster Cops ARE Crawling To Sinn Fein Scum! 

    Crossmaglen Den Of Vipers – Ulster’s Top Cop Grovels! 

    The immediate reason for the DUP leader’s demand is of course the Storey garbage disposal debacle…

    Distance Double-Standards – Terror ‘Mourners’ Get A Pass? 

    …when a rabble of Sinn Fein/IRA scum made a mockery of the virus rules.

    Incidentally, did you see what that creature O’Neill  said when it was announced there’d be no prosecution of her scumbag followers?

    Get this!

    “I wish to say again today that I am sorry for the hurt that has been caused to so many, including to Bobby Storey’s own family who have been thrust into the headlines at a time of immense grief! “

    Shove it, Bitch!


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    You’re as bad as your mentor, Blood-Beast Adams.

    If you want to talk about being ‘sorry for the hurt,‘ expound on your repentance to those hurt during decades of Sinn Fein/IRA’ terror!

    But that won’t happen because there’s no repentance!

    The cowardly vermin, motivated by sectarian hatred and disloyalty…

    …who slaughtered men, women and children, have NEVER repented.



    No amount of appeasement induced any change of heart.

    And one of the worst acts of appeasement was the abolition of the Royal Ulster Constabulary.



    That was a despicable betrayal, indefensible too, for the RUC had done a good job in dire and difficult circumstances.

    They were sacrificed by spineless London politicians purely to placate disloyal swine like O’Neill’s predecessor as SF leader.




    That ‘Royal’ had to go, and the name ‘Ulster’ with it, along with the Union Flags which proudly flew from each and every RUC police station.

    Much the same could be said of the B Specials, who were a useful auxiliary constabulary.

    B Specials Wouldn’t Have Been ‘Chased Away!’ 

    We have written of these matters before!

    But it’s timely to consider again what a fine thing it would be if, instead of just seeking one plod’s resignation, Mrs Foster were to rally loyalists across all Uster and declare her support for the restoration of the RUC…

    Yes, and the B Specials too, who knew their streets and hills and where the rats could be rousted out.


    • Les Laird 22:22 on March 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      If only, if only, if only


    • Billy King 22:56 on March 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Good ideas, Ross!
      We did our bit in times past
      Now we have to hope the younger ones are ready for the torch to pass to them.


  • ross1948 11:21 on August 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , New Lodge Belfast, , , Royal Ulster Constabulary, RUC   

    B Specials Wouldn’t Have Been ‘Chased Away!’ 

    I take my headline today from that above The Times report on the shameful scenes in Ulster this week, when ‘police withdrew from a stand-off with republican youths over a bonfire in Belfast.’  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/psni-chased-away-from-anti-internment-bonfire-jr5x3k5x8

    The phrase ‘chased away’ is the very opposite of fake news, for those in command of the Police Service of Northern Ireland personnel…



    …in the notorious republican rats-nest called the New Lodge estate, did indeed order their men ( and women, presumably) to depart ‘at speed in a hail of missiles.’

    I’m not blaming the individual cops there.

    I AM blaming those who ordered them out, instead of telling them to use their guns to clean up the scum attacking them.


    shoot terrs

    A brief look back, to the days when I was hitching around British Ulster as a much younger fellow.

    A friendly old farmer stopped and took me through a lovely stretch of Country Antrim. He, like most Ulsterfolk, was more than ready  to talk about the ‘Troubles’ and what a mistake it had been to get rid of the Royal Ulster Constabulary’s B Specials.

    ”They knew where the IRA lived and where they worked, they could get right in there after them. They kept them in check.”

    Hence Sinn Fein/IRA hated the B Specials.

    And the powers that be, or were, in those days, buckled.

    The B Specials were abolished.




    Appeasement merely whets the appetite of evil, and in due course the RUC itself was wound up, on the recommendation of that wet Tory Chris Patton’s ‘report,’ an act of abject cowardice, motivated not so much by anything the RUC was doing,  but by the force’s name…

    Ulster Top Cop – Lying, or Grovelling to Sinn Fein? 

    …a name which collaborating curs have continued to seek to erase.




    That ‘Royal’ had to go, and the name ‘Ulster’ with it, along with the Union Flags which proudly flew from each and every RUC police station.



    …and still the appeasement continues, with Belfast’s New Lodge abandoned to disloyal swine –  ‘the estate was barricaded with metal fencing as teenagers held their hands up in triumph atop the anti-internment pyre.’

    The best response to those rioters, as it should have been but wasn’t in the 1980s London riots…


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    Riot Rat Still Squealing in Tottenham! 

    …would have been to go in heavy, disperse the rabble with gunfire, batter any recalcitrants down and haul them off roughly to enjoy a spot of the internment they were whining about.

    In other words, read the riot act!

    Riot Act has been read

    Not a chance!

    Instead there’s a big broad evil grin on every Sinn Fein traitor’s face this weekend.

    Oh, for a British Government that would wipe that treasonous leer off their uppity faces.

    • Billy King 18:02 on August 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      God bless you, Ross.
      The B Specials were ‘the rock on which the IRA broke’ when the republicans got up to their shenanigans in times past.
      Those are not my words but of a great man much admired by the British people of Ulster.
      We could do with the B Specials today.


  • ross1948 20:03 on October 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , RUC, Saville Inquiry, , Widgery Inquiry   

    Dead Disloyal’s Dependent Gets £600K++! RUC Widow? £1000! 

    As so often, British people on both sides of the water owe a debt of thanks to TUV’s Jim Alister…




    … for revealing the STUNNING disparity in how British justice has valued two different lives lost during the treasonous insurrection in Ulster.


    Get this!

    ….the widow of some disloyal demonstrator shot while engaging in unlawful activity on so-called ‘Bloody Sunday’ in 1972 got no less than ‘£625,000 in damages from the High Court.’

    Gerry McKinney’s ‘innocence’ may have been ‘established’ by the Saville Inquiry, which was dreamed up by appeasement politicians after the original Widgery tribunal had decided the soldiers that day had no case to answer!

    But one victim whose innocence has never been in doubt was the RUC man, slain by members of the IRA murder-gang in 1975…




    HIS widow – left to bring up three young children, was awarded a paltry ONE THOUSAND pounds ‘criminal injury compensation!’




    “There is a deficit to be made up to those who lost their lives serving the State,” said Jim Alister, and that is something of an understatement.

    • Billy King 22:16 on October 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It makes us heart-sick how differently they value a loyal British life as against one of those Bright Sunday trouble-makers that set out to defy the law and paid the price for their defiance.
      They are also out to make scapegoats of our soldiers just for shooting our enemies.
      That is what soldiers are paid to do.
      I only wish they had shot more!


  • ross1948 15:49 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , RUC, SAS flag,   

    Voluble Vermin Fume At SAS Flag – Tell 'Em Where To Shove It! 

    After our post on Ulster yesterday –Guilty Silence In Ulster! Where’s That Noisy Old Argie Now? – here’s a neat follow-up, with Sinn Fein scumbags shrilling over the dramatic appearance of an SAS flag at Loughgall.

    Scumbag No.1 is a ratbag named Mickey Brady, who is their MP for Newry and Armagh.



    Braying Brady


    Beastly Brady thinks the proud banner will add further distress to the families of the IRA men who died in the Co Armagh village in 1987.   Sinn Fein report SAS flag at Loughgall to police – Belfast Newsletter

    Well boo-bloody-hoo!

    Those murderous terrorists deserved all they got!


    Scumbag No.2 is Mid Ulster MP Francie Molloy, who reminds us what a good job those SAS heroes did that day.

    Loughgall murder gang sought war – and they got it

    Fretty Francie reckons it was a terrible shame that the vermin ended up by exemplifying the Biblical adage, that one reaps what one sows.

    “The tragic events of Friday 8th May 1987 will be forever defined as one of the saddest periods for the Republican family in County Tyrone.



    Does this mewling ass really expect anyone to take his braying seriously?


    This is a sinister and provocative development which Sinn Féin has reported to the PSNI.

    My God!



    He’s crawling off to the cops to try to get them to stop somebody celebrating a magnificent SAS action which took out terrorists whose target was the local cop-shop?

    It’s not just for their efficient despatch of the Loughgall lice that the SAS deserve to be celebrated.

    They did a grand job in Gibraltar, too.




    And elsewhere!

    So it’s the right, arguably the duty even, of any loyal Brit anywhere to fly their flag.

    I don’t know how the PSNI will respond to this  whinge.


    The RUC, sacrificed on the altar of appeasement


    They were established as an act of appeasement, when the treason party got the UK Government to disband the Royal Ulster Constabulary and there’s been more than one indication of what at best could be termed poor judgement in their officer corps…

    Ulster Top Cop – Lying, or Grovelling to Sinn Fein? 

    ..but if they have any sense, they’ll give Dublin’s Fifth Column an appropriately blunt reply.


    • Billy King 17:31 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Love it, Ross.
      We need you over here to fly the flag for freedom,, so many of our so-called unionists are sell-outs, now the DUP will be making us all learn the Erse language and they can stick that up their erses!
      Sinn Fein are diabolic, no mistake.


    • Coulson 22:19 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Sinn Fein-IRA ?
      Theres nothing wrong with them that a gallows would not fix.


  • ross1948 15:29 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Altmore, , , , , RUC, , , ,   

    Guilty Silence In Ulster! Where’s That Noisy Old Argie Now? 

    Last week  week we heard that man we charitably refer to as Dope Francis babbling in Cairo about how wrong it was to kill in God’s Name.


    ‘Mama Mia, who me?’


    Not that the IRA were in any way interested in God, being largely engaged in sectarian ethic cleansing, but presumably that’s off-limits too.

    This week even repeated pressure from the media can’t get a whisper of an echo of his sibillant condemnation. not a word, from Francis’s flunkeys in Ulster, after an event, attended by Sinn Fein Northern Ireland leader Michelle O’Neill, was held to commemorate eight IRA men who were shot dead by the SAS in an ambush attack at Loughgall in 1987….


    Sinn Fein Fuhrerin O’Neill, with Blood-Beast Adams


    …advertising the grounds of a Catholic church in Altmore as the assembly point for the fans of terror.

    You may not have heard of Altmore, but Loughgall is a name that still resonates among decent Ulsterfolk, because those eight rabid curs were, thanks be, put down, as they prepared to launch an attack on the police station.

    The SAS did a super job of vermin control.


    We in Loughgall support how SAS stopped the IRA –


    The church has since been challenged to “publicly state its opposition to public displays of terrorism glorification”.

     “We challenge the Roman Catholic Church to publicly state its opposition to public displays of terrorism glorification and furthermore to state that its facilities will never be permitted for use by such elements.”

    That challenge came from Kenny Donaldson, of Innocent Victims United, and you’d think even the pusillanimous priests in Northern Ireland, of whom we’ve written before…

     – Terror Gang Leader Adams, Complicit in Child Molesting – ‘A Man Sent by God?’  –

    ….when one vile cleric eulogised Sinn Fein/IRA’s Blood-Beast Adams as ‘A Man Sent By God,’might find the common decency to answer.

    But no, for we read in one of Ulster’s largest newspapers that they have put Mr Donaldson’s concerns to the Catholic Church and asked, again, for clarification of their position but had yet to receive a response last night.

    Please note, it’s not about whether or not there was permission given for the scum to congregate on church land – after all, vermin can swarm onto anyone’s property without authorisation or even the knowledge of the owners…


    Sinn Fein/IRA


    …but a simple demand that these self-styled ‘holy fathers’ stand up and speak up against  public displays of terrorism glorification!

    We may need to wait till Hell freezes before we get an honest answer from the ratbags.

    Nice to think Murder McGuinness will feel the chill down there!

    Murder-Gangster McGuinness Is Dead! 

    • Billy King 19:17 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Brilliant, Ross.
      I couldnt have put it better myself.


    • Tim Wilden 23:53 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Francis should go home to Argentina.
      And those bishops in charge of Altmore church I bet will be noisy about ‘rights of the oppressed’ but have not got much to say when terrorists appear on their own lawn.


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