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  • ross1948 08:54 on April 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , solidarity   

    The Broken Heart Of France 

    It was only last weekend I was going through old photos and came across one taken in Paris, by me, of my offspring standing, smiling, on a lovely sunny day in Paris, Notre Dame large and magnificent as the background.

    Last night, like all of you, no doubt, I watched the grim and ghastly news and shared the feelings of all those sad, stricken French folk as an essential piece of their history was consumed by fire.

    To offer sympathy is inadequate.

    Solidarite, La Belle France!

    • Jeanne 15:30 on April 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you, Friend of France!
      We are all so sad.


  • ross1948 19:10 on August 31, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , eljen Magyarorszag, , Lauren Fabius, , , , solidarity   

    Don’t Ignore Hungary’s Heroism! Make YOUR Voice Heard! 


    I am sick and tired of the drum-beat of left-liberal hate unleashed against the heroic Hungarians, of which I offer just one latest example, from French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius – Hollande’s faithful flunkey -.

    “When I see a certain number of European countries, particularly in the east, who do not accept quotas [of migrants], I find it scandalous!” 


    • Foul Fabius
    • =======
    • This Parisian puke singled out brave Hungary, one of the few European governments taking any positive steps to hold off the horde.

    Displaying his absolute (and absolutist) indifference to the wishes of the French people, who surely don’t want more banlieue bludgers in La Belle France, Fabius shrilled that the Hungarians’ barrier on the Serbian frontier “did not respect Europe’s common values”.

    Asked whether the barrier should be taken down, Mr Fabius replied: “Of course.”   http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34101314

    Europe’s Common Values? How dare this cultural marxist mountebank mouth words like that? What Fabius wants to do is dismantle Europe’s fragile defences! The French Government’s refusal to hold a referendum on crimmigrants is a kick in the teeth for democracy.


     “Hungarians won’t live according to the commands of foreign powers,” Orbán told the crowd at Kossuth Square on 15 March 2012


    Unlike Viktor Orban in Budapest, who has gone out of his way to consult his fellow-citizens! In response, EUSSR leaders have, many of them, treated him with savage disrespect.   Not Even Pot/Kettle – Commissar-in-Chief Slurs Orban as ‘Dictator!’ 

    Viktor-Orban-006 Hungary’s Orban



    But the rest of us, all over Europe and in the wider world, can counter-act this Brussels treachery.

    We shouldn’t wait. There’s little we can do, but there IS something.

    Messages of solidarity!

    Tonight, in Jakarta, I will email the Hungarian Embassy, congratulating the Magyars on their courage in the face of foul Fabius-style back-stabs.

    You – all of you – should do the same.

    I can’t go round every embassy website, but since most of my readers are English-speaking, I make it easier for you, by appending the email addresses (as up-to-date as I can be sure) of Hungary’s diplomatic outposts in Canada, America, Australia and the UK.


    Canada   Click here to email the Hungarian embassy


    Australia    mission.cbr@mfa.gov.hu

    UK   office.lon@mfa.gov.hu

    Readers in France, Holland, Italy or wherever should take ten minutes and find the equivalent email addresses in their own capital cities.

    The West is beleaguered. Orban is one of its few defenders.

    Cheer him on!

    PS   He has a Facebook page- if you are on FB, give it a Like!


    • Laszlo 08:53 on September 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you.


    • Carlo 10:29 on September 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I have emailed as you say. It is a little gesture but right that we make it.


    • Estelle 10:31 on September 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I’ve emailed, asked my friends to email.
      Good idea!


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