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  • ross1948 16:54 on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , orchestrated accusations, Salmond, ,   

    Salmond Off The Hook – Fishy Questions Surface! 

    Never exactly been a fan of Alex Salmond…

    F**K Yer Votes, Jimmy!” Sore Loser Separatists Spit On Scots’ Decision 



    …but equally was never convinced that he would be stupid enough to engage in the sort of conduct that got him into trouble with the law.

    The seemingly orchestrated character of some of the accusations against him…


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    Dodgy Doorways Into Blasey’s Blurry Brain 

    …reminded me of the witch-hunt waged against Judge Kavanaugh in the USA!

    Mr. Salmond must be very relieved, but I am more curious as to why the Guardian is suppressing the identities of the coven – “all of whom are current or former Scottish government officials, or SNP politicians” – his accusers, what one might describe as a powerful collection of insiders.

    Of course, in a sex-assault trial, it is unacceptable to drag victims’ names before the public.

    But now we have verdicts that show these women were not victims of any proven crime by the man accused.

    Not only that, but we read that at senior levels of the Scots establishment, the initial developments in the anti-Salmon story fell to pieces, and the consequent developments were regarded not so much as a criminal justice case but as a ‘war.’

    Read the linked report and see for yourself, and share my bafflement why that emailed (and ambivalent) declaration of ‘war’ was ruled inadmissible as evidence.



  • ross1948 13:28 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , , , , Salmond, , Stansted Airport security, Sussex   

    UK Not Quite a Police State…Yet! No Charges Over Salmond Effigy… 

    CREATING an effigy of Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond to be burned at the stake at a bonfire night in East Sussex was ‘not a crime’, the Crown Prosecution Service has ruled.

    For pity’s sakes, whatever happened to the British sense of humour?

    It seems the Sussex cops got a flood of complaints of ‘racism’ about the Guy Fawkes Night plan.


    e er.One of the effigies of the First Minister created for the Lewes bonfire festival. Picture: Contributed


    Scots are NOT a race. But what I find rather quaint is the way The Scotsman newspaper talks about a public outcry!

    Really? A few hundred uptight separatists? Hardly a public outcry, surely? But shame on the organisers too, because they backed down in the face of the cry-babies’ caterwauling…or did they??

    but a second effigy was later blown up!   http://www.scotsman.com/news/uk/alex-salmond-effigy-not-a-crime-says-cps-1-3603616

    The police sensibly noted that “The event organisers have made it clear that there was no intention to cause insult to anyone or any particular country by the choice of effigy – simply that the person chosen has been a popular media figure in the preceding 12 months.”

    Hell, since when is it a crime to insult persons?

    Countries? Have they never been to an International, or even a Home International? They might have heard THOUSANDS of fans insulting countries. Since when would that uproarious fun be a crime?


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    • Since the ‘politically correct’ mafia took over the UK. Those swine have wrought havoc against civil liberties.

    It was SO sad to see that Brit senior citizen arrested at Stansted Airport security, not for carrying explosives but because, when asked to take off his shoes, he joked that he wasn’t a Muslim!  

    The 74-year-old was charged with causing racially aggravated harassment . no doubt because the security guard at the airport was some sectarian tantrum-prone toe-rag – HE’S the one who should have been charged -wih wasting police time!

    OAP passenger arrested by armed cops after joking: ‘I’m not …http://www.mirror.co.uk/ (the charges were dropped -after a GENUINE public outcry!).



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    Causing hurt feelings a criminal offence? In a land where free speech was once a hallowed principle? May God forgive the gutless, gormless fools who let this come to pass. 

    Salmond himself, to his credit, remained relaxed, possibly quite chuffed. Infuriating one’s opponents is a mark of one’s success, it may be argued.

    We have no Guy Fawkes celebrations here in Jakarta, of course, but if there were, it’s perfectly possible some of the left-lib expat hangers-on would place my effigy on their pyre. I was quite exhilirated when one pinko numb-skull urged me to die some months ago ( unwilling to put his name to the death-exhortation, of course!)

    Anyway, previous Sussex bonfire stars have apparently included David Cameron, Nick Clegg,  Angela Merkel and Osama Bin Laden. I’ve no time for Salmond or his secessionist party, but he’s less deserving of roasting than most of them!


    • Edward Spalton 13:54 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t know whether it is still going but a few years back there was an admirable organisation known as ” The Ted Heath Burners’ Society”. I never heard of the police taking an interest in them.


      • ross1948 14:04 on November 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Certainly not in Lancashire, where faggots MUST be served hot!
        Ooops, jail-time beckons…


  • ross1948 08:06 on September 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jim Sillars, , , Salmond, ,   

    Scots’ Decision – Vengeful Separatism Or British Freedom! 

    A fine sunny morning here in Jakarta!

    But the future for freedom if the separatists win on Thursday looks pretty bleak, if prominent SNP spokesman Jim Sillars is to be believed.

    A former Labour MP who jumped ship, his vow of vengeance against those opposed to breaking up Britain showed Scots the Stalinoid face that WILL rule in Edinburgh if the vote this week goes the wrong way. SNP’s Jim Sillars threatens BP with nationalisation 




    Salmond has distanced himself from his more candid comrade. Yet Salmond himself, of course, was once, in healthier days, expelled from the SNP for far-left republican agitation.   


    But expropriation of businesses as an act of political retribution is hardly the only darkness visible behind the leer.


    alex+salmond Salmond


    With Salmond’s own unequivocal ambition to Obamanise immigration, we know for sure that a ‘yes’ result will usher in an era of border guards  patrolling the vicinity of Hadrian’s Wall for the first time for centuries, as undesirable aliens will otherwise have unimpeded access to the British tax-trough. 


    But let’s not be pessimistic. Many Scottish hearts beat loyal and true still.

    Some fifteen thousand Orangemen and women and children marched through Edinburgh on Saturday, in a rare display of unionist fervour, an impressive contrast to the dry-as-dust economic arguments that have comprised much of the ‘Better Together’ campaign, and to Cameron’s belated crocodile tears.



    Scotland, like Ulster and Wales, are proudly British, and rightly proud – together our ancestors built the greatest force for good the world has ever seen, the British Empire.  




    There would be no Canada, no Australia, no NZ, had that great enterprise never happened – and that common heritage of achievement is not forgotten.

    The wee Scots lassies, below, on their big day out in Edinburgh yesterday, show a future promise SO much brighter than Sillar’s and Salmond’s sinister schemes.


    • Vojo 08:36 on September 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      It’s big news in Canada, Ross, for if Scotland achieves independence, many Quebec separatists see the same for Quebec. I believe, like you I think, that in both cases the prospective independent states are better off remaining with the successful whole country. The UK is what it is with its great achievements that you mention because Scotland was part of it. Canada is similarly the great country it is because Quebec is part of it. My sincere hope is that voters in Scotland wisely vote “NO” to independence and remain part of the UK and loyal to the Crown.


    • YesNoMaybe 19:57 on September 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Ross,

      Interested to hear your comments on the picture in this link. https://twitter.com/ExpatsScotIndy/status/485692759185952768/photo/1


    • Lairedion 03:23 on September 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      All romanticism aside about a once useful Union, the Crown and all that, what matters is today and the future. Apparently many Scots don’t feel British. One could ask why is that? Whatever the outcome it will be interesting to see if London dares to investigate why half of the Scots don’t care about the UK, not with a shameful last minute offer of more autonomy but with a honest approach with being humble and listening.


    • Annette Ansel 13:15 on September 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I think, Lairedion, you are on the mark with that about the ‘more autonomy,’ but we will find out how many feel British tomorrow afternoon sometime.
      British party politicans have done very little to make any of us feel British, all the multicultural multi-identity instead of the things that unite us, and some of those are the Crown, and the Union Flag.
      These are not “romanticism” as you call them but what being a country really means, not local government autonomy or taxes.
      I agree with Ross, those Orange marchers were the first show of the real good reasons for staying together – pride in our British achievements and our history.
      PS I am not an Orange member either.


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