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  • ross1948 21:59 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    The Dirty Half-Dozen – Whose Leaders Invited Illegals In? 

    Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Romania and Luxembourg – these six governments have betrayed Europe.

    By agreeing to take the Open Arms crimmigrants…



    …they might as well have toured North Africa with loud-speakers, urging every single undesirable alien loitering there to board whatever bit of a boat they can find and head out to sea.

    Matteo Salvini can tell Italians he’s saved them from this load of the lawless, but now plenty more will attempt incursions.

    If had he brought the vessel under naval authority and steered it back to Libya, he would have earned all our thanks.

    As for the citizens of the Dirty Dozen…


    …especially the Germans and the French, who are already plagued by illegals, they must be asking what they can do to bring their rogue leaderships under control.



    I hope they find useful answers.



    • Mack the Knife 22:25 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I hope the people of those six countries do something to express the sense of betrayal that I share.
      Merkel, Macron and the others are treacherous dogs.


    • Pamela 22:30 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This is such bad news!
      Inevitably, boats will be launched by the score from Libya, and probably even as I’m reading this.
      If only Mr. Salvini could capture those NGO ships and scuttle them before they go off again and bring even more illegals to Europe?


    • Vanessa Reilly 22:47 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      After all her other betrayals, Merkel now opens her arms to this lot.
      If I were German, I know what I would want to do, but I can’t say it, even on your blog, which is one of the few safe spaces for people who care about their countries.


    • Carlos D 23:02 on August 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Spain is also sufferied from illegals as bad as France and Germany.
      We too must replace the very bad government as soon as we can.


    • Inge S 06:05 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Are we not harmed enough by so many of these illegal immigrants but Merkel will bring more of them onto our country?
      If one of them attacks a German, Merkel must get the blame.


    • Chipper 09:02 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Nobody I know wants to have these illegals housed near them.
      Every government minister in each of the six governments should be ordered to set an example, take a couple of the illegals into their own homes.


    • curt Demarr 09:04 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Six countries, six leaders, six sick traitors.
      Why is there no uprising in any of the six?


    • Myra Lemescu 11:42 on August 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Those poor people in Europe, always getting kicked in the teeth by their governing parties.
      Then I think again and say this.
      Merkel and Macron didnt get power by any kind of take-over. People voted them in, and if they dont vote them out, they cant complain about the migrant murderers and rapists which the same governments have put upon them.


  • ross1948 06:55 on September 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Avanti Popolo! Boot Out Crimmigrant Predators! 

    Well done, Italy, for its new government decree – which will make it easier to deport migrants and strip them of Italian citizenship.


    But is it not downright weird that it has taken till now to create a legal frame-work for ‘migrants’ to be kicked out ‘if they are found guilty of serious crimes such as rape and assault.’

    Any sensible country ought to boot aliens back across whichever border they crossed if they step out of line in ANY way.

    Yet we read that ‘previously, this was only possible at the end of a lengthy appeals process,’ https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45625833. ‘ which makes no sense at all.


    Predators and Child Molestors


    Aliens like citizens, who are charged with a crime have various rights o appeal if they are convicted.

    But once THOSE criminal conviction appeals are used up, why on earth would there be any case for granting appeals against instant deportation.

    But this decree still has to pass through the Italian parliament, where it’ll be fascinating to see how Red Renzi’s rats vote.



    Red Renzi


    BTW, was it not Red Renzi or one of his comrades in the left-liberal regime that ruled Italy before Matteo Salvini and his coalition partners came to power, that decriminalised illegal immigrants…




    …. effectively safeguarding them from being picked up  and locked up till transport was ready for their removal from Italian soil.

    We know the scumbag court in Strasbourg insisted that France not treat illegals as illegal…


    Let illegal migrants go free, EU court orders

    …but Hollande was, and Macron is, only too happy to kowtow to the robed rats.

    I suspect Salvini would show a LOT more backbone,


    • Vinnie Fiore 16:56 on September 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It is hardly believable that for years the Italian leftist governments allowed this slow-coach deportation system to continue.
      Who first introduced it?
      Perhaps one of those Italian leftist governments?
      Viva Salvini!


  • ross1948 16:03 on August 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Salvini Faces Fresh Harassment, By Euro-Commissars And Lawfare 

    Most of you will not have forgotten the large, ocean-going crimmigrant cab service called ‘Aquarius’ which was ‘welcomed’ by Spain’s socialist regime after the patriot government in Rome refused to let it disgorge its undesirable cargo at any Italian port.

    Now we hear that the EUSSR is set to start bleating because ‘€200,000 in EU funds’ was spent on making sure the ‘rescue boat’ reached Valencia.

    What a nerve!

    That sum is a pittance compared to the human cost paid by Italians, and still being exacted, not only on Italians but on all the European subjects of the Brussels Empire, who have been molested, raped and murdered by the crimmigrants that Mama Stasi Merkel imported and whom the EUSSR is still importing, as we noted just days ago.


    EurocRats, out to ruin Europe


    But it’s not just the nit-picking Commissars who are out to undermine Italy’s defence of Europe.

    We read that ‘prosecutors’ have emerged from various rat-holes to snuffle about in search of grounds to charge Matteo Salvini, a man who’s a hero to millions across the Continent, with criminal offences – seriously!



    Apparently, one of the ‘crimes’ held against the hero is ‘unlawful confinement,’ if my translation from the Italian legal code is not amiss.

    in pinko-think, Salvini’s refusal to unleash the latest pack of primitives on his fellow-citizens, by keeping them aboard that ship, is sufficient cause to push this ‘investigation’ forward.

    For pity’s sakes!

    Those undesirable aliens set sail from North Africa with the sole intent of violating the law, an illegal onslaught against whichever civilised country they could most easily gate-crash.

    If they touched down on European soil, does ANYBODY seriously contend they’d hang about to be vetted?

    We know that those who are not secured, sadly most of them, will be off northwards like a rat up a drain-pipe.

    So what else would any decent citizen do, much less any responsible government minister, except do all in his power to prevent the unwelcome intruders scarpering?

    Brits have seen how the legal establishment has declared itself the Enemy of the People.

    It’s early days yet, but it looks like the same curse afflicts Italy too.





    • Esther Mann 19:40 on August 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The Eurocommissars are our enemies, we understand that.
      Its these judges and lawyers and prosecuters that are so bad, paid from our taxes and no loyalty to us at all.
      We saw it with Brexit and we have it worse with that Eurcourt and now these prosecuters in Italy.
      Salvini just gets more popular but we need to democratise the legal institutions.
      Judges should not be appointed by governments run by politicians.
      They should be elected by the people, and with what Americans call time-limits, 5 or 6 years maximum, so they can’t turn on the people once they get elected.


    • Godfrey Alyn 03:04 on August 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The legal establishment is at least as bad as the political and media establishments.
      This can be no mere coincidence.
      Draw your own conclusions


  • ross1948 19:53 on August 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Salvini Buckles? Media’s Twisted Perspective! 

    • Salvini Buckles?


      Amazing how the rotten media brazenly seek to spin the news by the headlines they choose.

      The Times last month reported that Europe’s hero, Matteo Salvini, had ‘buckled.’


      That was how their hack described the five week ultimatum given to the Brussels Empire by Salvini and his colleagues in the Italian coalition government.



      Juncker the Drunkard and his fellow Eurocrats must, by the end of August, come up with a policy acceptable to Italy or that brave nation will again close its ports to cargos of crimmigrants.

      Sure, we can criticise, why let any undesirable illegals in any time?

      But Salvini’s Lega is not in complete control in Rome.He shares power with the Five Star Party, which is by no means 100% sound on the migrant menace or anything else.

      There are good people in 5* but also a lot of mere malcontents, with no clear patriotic ideology to guide them.

      In the circumstances, giving his country’s EUSSR enemies a deadline is no bad tactic.

      I might hazard a guess that the Brussels B-stards will fail to come up with any convincing plan.

      Then the good guys in Rome will be free to say they had shown admirable flexibility and got no adequate response.


      End of story, end of the maritime menace!

  • ross1948 22:05 on July 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Let’s Unite Europe!’ We Should Echo That Heroic Call! 

    Yes, I know what you’re thinking –  I’ve had a few beers too many, fallen over and banged my head, woken up, red-eyed, seeing stars…?


    Not so!

    Unity is not the same as unification.

    Here’s the hero I’m echoing.

    “Liberate the peoples from this Europe!’



    That was the inspirational peroration heard by a big crowd in Pontida, a very small town probably as unknown to you as it was to me.

    It’s in Lombardy, Northern Italy, and here’s a picture…



    …just so you may remember it, because Matteo Salvini’s words spoken there should echo in the history of Europe.

    All you Eurosceptics in the UK will surely endorse the sentiment Salvini expressed when he roared out his war-cry for the EUSSR elections next year.

    “To win we had to unite Italy, now we will have to unite Europe!”


    He declared his aim was to create an alliance of “all the free and sovereign movements that want to defend their people and their borders.”


    In other words, a movement that can turn next years election, when those Strasbourg Slugs have to face the voters, into a referendum in which the people in every land would have a starkly clear choice.

    “…a Europe without borders…


    …a Europe that protects its citizens.”


    • Jacko 23:58 on July 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You took me by surpriee.
      But yes, I am OK with all you say, and 100% OK with anything Salvini says.


    • Brian K 00:57 on July 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Salvini ranks up there with God Almighty.
      If we all work together, we can end the EUrotocracy..


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