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  • ross1948 10:30 am on June 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , neo-colonialist EUSSR, restoration of death penalty, Sierra Leone   

    Sadly, Sierra Leone Wins Brussels Smiles! 

    I see the Brussels Empire is sticking its neo-colonialist snout into the internal affairs of a Third World country again.

    British expats here in Jakarta were embarrassed some years ago when one of David Cameron’s embassy flunkeys swanned around town, in order to…

    …prattle at Indonesians on behalf of Brussels ‘safeguard scum’ policy.. 

    UK’s Jakarta Rep Frantic to Save Terrorist Skins

    An unwarranted intrusion into Indonesia’s internal affairs, serving Brussels’ soft-on-scum agenda.


    This time it was some stooge named Tom Vens, ‘congratulating’ Sierra Leone on its declared intention of abolishing capital punishment. https://www.france24.com/en/live-news/20210512-sierra-leone-government-moves-to-abolish-death-penalty

    What a shame the ex-British colony’s government is falling in  with the undemocratic European practice, failing to give the people a vote on the issue.

    We don’t know, of course, how a referendum in Sierra Leone would go….

    …but allowing the electorate to decide on the death penalty would shame Kaiserin Ursula, Macron, Merkel and of course Jellyfish Johnson, who have no interest in consulting the people.

    Macron, for example, made much of his vaunted ‘consultations’ last year…


    Muppet Macron’s Mock-Consultation -“We’ll Only Talk About What WE Value!” 

    …but no mention of including capital punishment

    The EUSSR of course very carefully excludes such issues from its bad-joke ‘Citizens Initiatives…’


    EUSSR Ministers Desperate to Shut Out Citizens – A Tradition of Lies and Deceit 

    ….which denies citizens any role, except to approach the Euro-Commissars as supplicants, and denies them the right to present ANY proposal which does not accord with the Commissars’ ‘values.


    Effet ruling classes fear popular sovereignty, as the old drunkard Juncker made very clear…



    …especially in matters of justice, because the toxic liberalism which permeates the establishment…

    ….is quite alien from normal people’s thinking.

    Look at Canada, where an annual poll has again revealed ‘a majority of the country’s residents (51%, up one point) who think the death penalty is sometimes appropriate.’

    Yet the same report tells us there are no legislators known to be pushing for restoration.


    An opportunity for Max Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada to take a stand for the return of just punishment – or at least a referendum!


  • ross1948 8:27 am on October 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 15 year old victim, , good behaviour order, ibrahim Kamara, , , Sierra Leone   

    Ignorant Savage Unleashed By Oz Court! 


    Kamara said he did not know there was an age of consent in Australia.


    Even the judge said “I do not accept the offender was unaware of the relevance of the victim’s age.”


    • insanityfair

    Justice Elkaim found Kamara was a low risk for reoffending and gave him a suspended sentence.

    Yeah, the judge doubted that this rapist, which had oozed into Oz from Sierra Leone, was as ignorant of the law as it claimed to be, yet STILL let it loose, free to roam Australian streets.

    UNDOUBTEDLY the brute will never offend again – after all, the wise one in judicial robes has imposed a ‘good behaviour order!’

    What’s WRONG with these judges?

    Australia may not yet have restored either corporal or capital punishment, but when some imported savage is found guilty of raping a 15-year-old girl, why is the deportation option not made good use of?

    • Max Kennedy 6:59 am on October 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Good on you, Ross, in Australia we have courts run by court jesters.


  • ross1948 10:33 am on January 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Moldova, , Sierra Leone, ,   

    Moldovan Oxymorons Dump Bludgers on Europe! 




    When we were at school, our Latin and Greek teachers used to delight us with the word ‘oxymoron,’ denouncing certain class-mates as ‘diligent sloths,’ but the most impressive  example was surely the Swiss navy. How could a land-locked country have a fleet?

    Even more so Moldova, a tiny land embedded in a land-mass ( I won’t detour into how it was stolen by Stalin from Romania, to whom it should have reverted after the fall of the Evil Empire! Romania, after all, was once known as Moldavia and Wallachia, in its happier days as a monarchy)

    • So how come the latest crimmigrant cargo was brought into European seas by a Moldovan ship?

    I don’t know. Italy’s now lumbered itself with them. Maybe they should be put on trains or trucks and transported to the country whose vessel facilitated their passage? As it’s possibly the least prosperous place in Europe, for sure the welfare benefits will not be as munificent as within the EUSSR.  




    And welfare benefits, not ‘asylum,’ are what these illegal immigrants are all about! 

    PS -I hear today there’s been an action replay, this time a ship registered in Sierra Leone.



    That African nation is not land-locked, but with its recent history of civil war and Ebola, represents an even less attractive destination than Moldova.  Makes you think that the threat of despatch to the registered source of the culprit armadas in this crimmigration racket might be another option in the defence of the civilised world.

    • Matt Dante 1:01 pm on January 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Happy New Year, Ross.
      You haven’t lost your touch despite your holiday hurrah-hurrahs.
      I don’t think the European Union really cares what happens to the people they rule over, so they won’t be doing what you propose. But after the anti-illegal rioting in Rome, I think the Italian people are ready to defend their country no matter what the Brussels or Italian politicians will or will not do.


    • Jacko 10:37 am on January 5, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      So at last I have got what an oxymoron means. I have never been very sure.
      It’s like an ‘honest lawyer,’ yes?


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