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  • ross1948 5:41 pm on March 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Brit Vets Should Not Need To Wait For Months! 

    I was appalled to read that soldiers who served Queen and Country in the fight against the terror insurrection by disloyals in Ulster…



    …may have to wait for several months to find out how the UK government is going to deal with threats of vexatious prosecution.

    Bad enough the delay but worse that whatever they announce will first have been discussed with the government of an alien republic.

    Why consult a foreign and hostile state on matters of British justice?


    Eire provided a safe sanctuary for many a wanted Sinn Fein/IRA scumbag and its historical role as an enemy power was revisited throughout the Brexit negotiations.

    Every decent Brit should get in touch asap with their representatives in parliament and demand IMMEDIATE action on this issue of principle.

    As an interim gesture of good faith, Bojo should declare that any ‘offences’ allegedly perpetrated by HM Forces  – or by anyone – against persons known to be members of Sinn Fein/IRA will be treated as invalid grounds for prosecution.



    Those traitorous swine deserved whatever misfortunes befell them.

    Oh, and by the way, Soldier F and others currently caught up in prosecutions?


    Tell them they’re off the hook!

  • ross1948 6:49 pm on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Not Just Back-Stop – Back-Stab! Traitrix Theresa Exposed! ’ 

    I’ve been mildly criticised for using the word ‘traitrix’ to describe Theresa May, but I persist, made confident in my usage by learning Latin in high school for five years – thank you, Mr. Johnson, as you loll in the Elysian Fields, chatting with Cicero and Tacitus!

    But the latest scandal –



    Theresa May personally blocked ministers from proposing a new law that could have protected Northern Ireland veterans from facing murder charges, an explosive memo reveals.

    A private letter sent on the Prime Minister’s behalf orders that a government consultation on addressing unsolved murders during the Troubles “should not contain” proposals for a statute of limitations on historic prosecutions of military personnel.

      – is not, at least not directly, linked to May’s Brexit betrayals, not to the back-stop, but to the back-stab, covered up till a leaked UK government document hit the headlines this weekend, which the slimy vixen perpetrated against HM Armed Forces.


    If she really thought it was right and proper to deny the men and women in uniform the legal protections most Brits think they deserve, against prosecutorial harassment by a rat-pack of left-liberal lawyers…




    …acting on behalf of jihadists and Sinn Fein/IRA vermin, then how come we only find out due to this leak?



    If she reckoned it’s just jim-dandy to screw the troops, why only say so in a memo she kept hidden from the public?

    Not only a traitor, but a coward, cowering from the anger that she knew would accrue to her, anger that voters will undoubtedly express very volubly in a few days…


    snakes elly

    …Theresa May matches that description we have used for other scumbags…


    …and we are optimistic that the wheels of democracy will grind down the reptilian hag in the rut wherein she wallows!


    I said not directly connected to Brexit, but it would not be at all surprising if her secretive subversion of armed forces protections was not, at least partly, motivated by an urge to appease Dublin, where Varadkar maintains the same arrogant expansionist posture noted in every one of his predecessors…


    …since that Hitler fan De Valera.

    Eire, after all, has an infamous record of providing safe refuge for terrorist scum who murdered members of British security forces engaged in defending Ulster.

    • Billy King 8:49 pm on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She’s a devil, and she must be taken down. Her own party is too yellow to do the job so let’s get Nigel Farage a great result and go from there.


    • Pamela 9:15 pm on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      May has no credibility at all, after her latest dirty little secret message was published.
      I have despised her for a long time but now I hate her.
      Betrayal of our servicemen and servicewomen will cost her dearly in the elections this week.
      Public anger is turning volcanic.


    • Mack the Knife 10:40 pm on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I am enjoying a beer at this very minute and I raise my glass to your words on May.
      She must be the worst PM in British history.


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