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  • ross1948 6:06 am on November 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Australian Bird of the Year, bin-chickens, , cockatoo, , The Guardian, USA voter suppression, ,   

    Cockatoo Vote Fraud Bad – Human Vote Safeguards…Bad Too? 


    The Guardian is a God-Awful newspaper…

    Guardian Jackboot Bigot Calls Brexit Brits “Thugs!=

    Guardian’s Nick ‘Storm-Troop’ Cohen.

    Guardian Bigot- “Don’t Even Acknowledge Patriot Point Of View!” 

    ….a bastion of intolerant leftism…

    Middle-Aged Posh Dirty-Mouth -‘Politicians Mustn’t Appeal To The People!’ 

    …..as well as home to gibbering blue-blood pinkolettes.

    But it can usually be relied on to be consistent in its cacophonous caterwauling.

     This week, however, its various editions ( it is globalist but has regional issues) take interestingly different tones on the problem of voting fraud.

    In the USA, there’s a long rambling diatribe about how the wise moves in various states to ensure that votes are cast only by those properly entitled to vote are, in fact, cruelly calculated schemes aimed at “suppressing the votes of the poor, the young and the non-white..

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/nov/10/the-guardian-view-on-voter-suppression-the-battle-for-democracy

    That’s hogwash, of course.

    There is much legitimate concern in America about illegal aliens getting to vote ( no doubt for those candidates who despicably pander to such parasites) …

    UK Labour Joins US Dems Voter Fraud Fan-Club! 

      U.S Elections – Citizens Out-Voted by Obama’s Illegals? 

    …as has been known to happen even in Merry England!

    “Very Tall Figure – Full Islamic Burka – Voted 3 Times!” 

    ….and sensible state legislatures have drawn up measures to prevent the crime.

    None of the measures, needless to say, singles out poor people, nor young people, nor non-white people.

    Yet what a different sort of shrilling we hear from Guardian Australia!

    Fierce concern all over the page about fraudulent activity in respect of ‘The Australian Bird Of The Year.’

    Why any such contest exists baffles me.

    Who cares which of the many fine feathered friends is best, and what qualities are counted?

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    Cockatoos flying by the house at sun-down impressed me but not my hosts, who dissed them as ‘noisy buggers,’ a year ago when last I visited.

    My admiration for the ibis, which abound in Aussie public parks, was also not shared. The birds so prominently glorified…

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    ….in Egyptian mythology were disparaged as ‘bin-chickens!’

    But the contest seems, inexplicably, to be a big thing in Oz!

    The Guardian’s own devices have apparently ‘detected and addressed significant vote-tampering..

    ….and last Sunday alarm increased when ‘a spike in the vote count for the cockatoo was observed by readers and flagged with us…’

    Who would be so lame-brained as to commit voter fraud in a bird contest?

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    But good the Guardian wants it to be a fair fight, without fraud.

    So why are their American counterparts dead set against keeping American elections clean?

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  • ross1948 5:40 pm on November 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , The Guardian,   

    And Still SDLP Eagerly Collaborates! 


    IRA Army Council still oversees Sinn Fein strategy – PSNI says 2015 assessment unchanged

    …so for all the talk of ‘peace,’ which in terrorist terms means keeping deadly weaponry where it can be handy for when the murder gang resumes its longstanding ethnic cleansing mission…

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    …it turns out that the smirking scum of the green nazi party, Sinn Fein, remain ( what an apt word!) absolutely in league with their IRA ‘alter ego’ comrades.

    As if we didn’t know.

    As if the SDLP didn’t know.

    All these aspects of real life are no secret to everyone with eyes and ears in British Ulster.

    But it does confirm how base and contemptible are those who stand ready to work in harness with Sinn Fein…

    True Colours- SDLP Give Murder-Gang’s Political Wing A Free Run! 

    ..and let us not forget mainland scum who have hailed the murder gang’s ‘political wing’ as potential anti-Brexit saviours, low-lifes like Polly Toynbee, darling of The Guardian

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    A Guardian Hag And Her Sinn Fein ‘Saviours!’

    …and, of course, of the BBC!

     

     
    • Billy King 6:22 pm on November 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Never a truer word!

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    • Pamela 6:36 pm on November 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It is so immoral that Sinn Fein us treated like a normal political party and not as what it us, a front fot a terrorist gang.
      Polly Toynbee is a mad old woman and holds no influence but the Labour Party is full of Sinn Fein sympathisers.
      The Tories have forgotten what they once were, ‘the Conservative and Unionist Party.’
      Edward Heath destroyed the link and it will not be restored while Johnson is Tory leader. I would have once said that Rees Mogg might be the man to rebuild the old alliance but now he has swallowed Johnson’s bait, high office, I have lost faith in his character.

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  • ross1948 9:44 pm on October 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Change UK, , , The Guardian   

    Godsakes, Guardian, Give Us An Honest Headline! 


    Joan Pons Laplana
    Spanish Remainiac Joan Pons Laplana, failed MEP candidate for Shrill Soubry’s gang
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    It’s not till we’re damn near a third of the way down the story that the hackette who wrote it, Nazra Parveen, reveals the key information that Senor Laplana stood as one of the so-called ‘Change UK – The Independent Group for Change‘ candidates in the Euro-Elections last summer.
    That little cabal has since somewhat disintegrated…

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    …various gang-members seeking safer seats via the LibDems, who are certainly for ‘Change’ after they decided to shuck off even a second referendum in their zeal to remain under Brussels rule.
    But the unspeakable Anna Soubry is still in the IGC…

    Fourth Reich Fan Shrill Soubry – WRONG, Again! 

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    Shrill Soubry Should Get Out Of The Kitchen!

    …her foul, fanatic fizzog and rasping voice ever-present when tv cameras are in the vicinity.

    Interestingly, those Euro-Elections…that’s not far off when he claims he cracked up –  ‘his mental health began to deteriorate three months ago.’

    This despite even the Guardian admitting that Senor Laplana is legally allowed to remain.

    The Spaniard wants us to believe that he went mental because of his concern for his colleagues in the NHS, and that concern may well be genuine.

    But imagine if you found yourself having to campaign alongside a ranting fanatic like SS!

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    That would drive many a sound chap or chick totally loopy!

     
    • Vicki 10:39 pm on October 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I can’t abide Soubry, so nasty and hateful to everyone that won’t agree with her.

      More than that, I very much agree with what you say about all these weak people who have ‘mental breakdowns’ about problems people have been having for generations without ‘breaking down.’

      No backbone is my diagnosis and a kick in the pants is the cure.

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    • Bob Welling 2:24 pm on October 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If this Spanish man thinks he deserves pity ( certainly not sympathy!) then what about all us Brits abroad who were not given the right to vote in the referendum.
      That made me stressed out but I did not trot off to a shrink. Some of us have a sense of responsibility to our dependents and go to work even when we don’t have much to feel good about.

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  • ross1948 6:15 pm on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , The Guardian,   

    C’mon, Guardian – Name The Collabos! 


    I detest The Guardian, as some of you may have noticed, but it does purport to be factual, despite its notorious pro-EUSSR prejudice.

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    So when it splashes a story, as it did this weekend…

    MPs ‘checked with EU chiefs over Brexit delay’ before passing bill

    …its duty is to tell as much of the truth as it knows.

    Senior MPs opposing  a no-deal Brexit sought assurances from the EU their bid for a three-month delay would be granted, it has emerged.

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    European leaders were sounded out before MPs, including the  “rebel alliance”, passed a bill, which is expected to receive royal assent on Monday, forcing Boris Johnson to ask for an extension.

    The very least any newspaper should do, when reporting a scandalous act of collaboration such as the above, is give us the names of the guilty.

    It matters not a tinker’s cuss whether ‘those involved said there were no guarantees…’

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    The swine should be named and shamed!

    Any Briton worth his or her salt will surely agree with Tory MP David Jones –

    “Senior EU figures gave private assurances to British MPs, as a consequence of which they supported the surrender bill. This confirms the level of EU interference in our internal affairs and makes the need for Brexit all the more pressing.”

    If some ‘senior’ – or any – MPs had ‘checked with German chiefs’ about making a surrender deal during the Battle of Britain, and such treasonous activity had been exposed, would they not have been dragged into the streets and given summary justice?

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    The very least the sly swine described in the Guardian story deserve is exposure to righteous obloquy.

    As for Britain’s enemies in Brussels…

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    …it is said, no doubt correctly, that any offer of an extension to the 31st October deadline on the part of the Brussels Empire has to have unanimous consent of the 27 governments.

    So could Boris not make use of Britain’s continuing right as head of a government which is ( regrettably) still in membership, and show up – simply to veto any extension?

    Or veto every move the Euro-Commissars want to make, on anything, including their Budget, until they agree to call it quits?

    Or pick up the phone and call the Prime Minister’s office in Budapest?

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    The Hungarian Government owes Brussels no favours.

    Viktor Orban might just be disgusted enough with EUSSR bullying to do Britain a big favour!

     
    • Amanda A 7:54 pm on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian is very selective in its ideas of investigative reporting.
      They are totally relaxed about covering up the identities of these collaborators.
      It was the same with those ‘Donkeys,’
      Our bold mainstream media collaborated until a conservative blogger outed them.
      Dishonesty is the badge of all the media tribe.
      Almost all, at least.

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    • Bill Witnell 9:02 pm on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If any of the deserters, Philip Lee or Chucky Umunna or whatever his name is, or the rest, had any integrity at all, they would do what the Tory who joined UKIP did, step down and fight a byelection.
      I bet Rudd won’t. She’s a big girl’s blouse, as Boris would say!

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  • ross1948 4:32 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Queer drivel, , The Guardian, ,   

    October 14th Election? One In The Eye For Whom? 


    Ignoring much of the asinine opinions expressed in the Guardian this week…

    ..and by God this week’s pages were positively infested by imbecilic ranters, like that ugly uppity Un-Australian Yapper, Yassim Abdel-Magied…

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    Far-Left’s Anti-Migrant Ranting Deafens Australia! 

    …who went nuts because another lefty luminary showed a tine wee bit of sense, viz.,

    ..the argument became a tirade. It became about the fact that a white man should be able to write the experience of a young Nigerian woman and if he sells millions and does a “decent” job — in the eyes of a white woman — he should not be questioned or pilloried in any way.

    All together, now, YAWN!

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    It became about mocking those who ask people to seek permission to use their stories.  https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/sep/10/as-lionel-shriver-made-light-of-identity-i-had-no-choice-but-to-walk-out-on-her

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    And Malignant Magied’s hogwash howl is only arguably the most deranged drivel the Guardian thinks worth inflicting on readers!

    Get this!

    Life began for me as a queer teenager amid the happy excesses of Great Yarmouth

    The editors apparently imagine that there are people remotely interested in reading about a sexual deviant’s adolescent antics!

    However….

    That, all that, above, is just a kindly mental-health warning – avoid the Guardian.

    It does stress you out after a very short perusal of its pearls of pinko wisdom.

    Today, it’s BORIS, or at least his alleged scheming, that I want, very briefly, to look at, and in particular…

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    Boris Johnson to seek 14 October election if rebels succeed, says government source – as it happened

    …I was fascinated by the announcement of the date of the next UK election.

    October 14th!

    As we noted two years ago…

    October 14th – Hastings Day, As England Faces Invasion 

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    …that’s the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings!

    So can we read the runes of history to predict the outcome?

    Will Boris be blind-sided by Europhiliac renegades…

    …and the realm continue to be ruled from abroad?

    Be cool!

    History is a valuable tool for those Brits wishing to learn what mistakes should be avoided when fighting off enemies across the Channel.

    But anniversaries, unless forgotten by unwise husbands, are not indicators of what happens next!

     

     
    • Joanie Lane 6:08 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a wonderful read.
      Please do more like this.

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    • Rob Connell 7:53 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian publishes all that BS junk because its readers are as addled as its editors.

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    • Vanessa Reilly 8:03 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You very entertainingly cover quite a few issues but you make me think you still have reservations about our ‘Bojo.’
      I don’t blame you.
      Nevertheless, he’s doing a lot of good things.
      I like best how he may eject Hammond and Clarke and the other leftwingers from the party and make them stand as independents, unless they come clean and join the LibDems.
      We are living in interesting times.

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    • Salop Nusantara 9:21 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So far so good, Vanessa, as far as cleaning out lefies. That ultra liberal “Tory” Philip Lee MP has just crossed the floor of the Commons to join the Libdems.
      It is very frustrating to be an expat far away from this battle. I wish I could join all those ‘We Voted Leave’ demonstrators at Westminster.

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      • ross1948 9:33 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        A Shropshire man ( or is it woman?) here in Indonesia, who shares my Brexiteer commitment?
        How intriguing!
        It is frustrating, watching it all on tv but I suppose if we were in the UK we’d be doing the same, unless we lived in London.
        If you are in Jakarta, we should get together and have a beer sometime.

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        • Petra Malley 11:14 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink

          Ross, I have been glued to the news for hours. I had no intention of commenting till after the vote in the Commons but Salop has now drawn me in.
          Salop, it was very pertinent of you use those inverted commas around ‘Tory’ when writing about Lib Dem Lee.
          He did not even have the courage to attend the special meeting of the Bracknell Conservative Association when they debated their motion of No Confidence.
          The motion was passed and so Lee was due to be replaced.
          No wonder he has bolted for the nearest rat-hole.

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        • Salop Nusantara 11:21 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink

          A beer is always a good idea but I live very far away, not quite as far as Aceh but up north and I don’t much like big cities so have only been to Jakarta once or twice, for work, since I came here.
          Have you been watching the BBC?

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    • Penny 10:04 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I was watching tv since I got home otherwise I would have commented earlier.
      I get worn out listening to the Remainer rants.
      I am planning an early night to recharge my Brexit batteries.

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  • ross1948 5:57 pm on September 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: arachnophagism, spider-eating teenagers, Suzanne Moore, The Guardian   

    How Many Guardian Gabblers Are Arachnophagists? 


    Billie Eilish embodies the angsty spider-eating teenage girl in all of us

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    As is blindingly obvious from her photo, the Guardian’s Suzanne Moore is no more in her teens than Miss Jean Brodie turned out to be in her actual prime.

    But she has provided a clue to what’s wrong with many of that newspaper’s scribblers,

    They are weird!

    We know Ms Moore is weird from her intolerant scribbling.

     Shut Up, Bow Down – Says Grub Street’s Pussy Riot! 

    But this latest sign of dementia is a dead give-away.

    Most of you will have either sisters, daughters or granddaughters who, like everyone else, has been through the teen years.

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    How many of them eat, or have ever eaten, spiders?

    PS I have no idea if Ms Eilish, whom Moore cites as an example of arachnophagism, eats anything unusual. In fact, until today, I’d never heard of her.

     
    • Keith Milner 12:50 pm on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Australia has the famous funnel-web spider, one bite, instant death!
      That must be why we dont hear about ‘angsty’ idiot girls eating them, if they do not live to tell the tale!

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  • ross1948 5:01 pm on September 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, , , , German attack on Poles, , , , The Guardian, Westerplatte, World War 2,   

    Sorry, Macron’s Pravda, But Poland WAS ‘First To Fight!’ 


    France 24’s eternal eagerness to turn anything…France24’s Far-Left Lisa Spews Her Bias Once Again! ….and everything, into leftist propaganda is well-known…

    Which Is More Biased? NYT Or France24? 

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    …but this morning when we tuned into the channel we could not unfairly call Macron’s Pravda, given its consistent pro-crimmigrant messaging and Trumpophobia…

    ….we saw them try out another means of leftising their news service, that of choosing which part of their stories get priority mention.

    Over to the Westerplatte peninisula, where 200 Poles faced the full fury of German aggression in 1939.

    The gallantry of Poland’s hopelessly outnumbered and out-gunned fighting men is being remembered by a grand sound-and-light show, here- https://muzeum1939.pl/en/multimedia-show-poland-first-fight/2577.html

    Yet F24 chose to cover this by highlighting a wretched woman, representing ‘liberal city authorities,’ the Mayor of Gdansk. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, a comrade of Donald Tusk’s left-liberal alliance, is ‘not happy’ about the ‘Poland, First to Fight’ theme designated by the government in Warsaw…

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    She told F24 that was not how she would prefer to see the heroism of the defenders remembered.

    “I really don’t think that’s where the emphasis should be.”

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    Gdańsk’s liberal mayor, Aleksandra Dulkiewicz,  said government messaging over the war was wrong-headed and inflammatory. (Guardian)

    She did not specify what her preferred theme might be, but then she didn’t need to!

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    Gulliver Cragg, F24’s man on the spot, had impartially described the commemoration she dislikes as ‘jingoistic’ – please note, HIS word, not hers.

    We’ve met Cragg before…

    Media Bias – Polish President ‘Widely Regarded As A Puppet?’ 

    …when he insulted Poland’s President.

    One has to conclude that, as a Europhiliac ally of Turn-Coat Tusk, the mayor finds vibrant patriotism, ‘jingoism,’ as Cragg’s prejudice  defines it,  disagreeable.

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    I imagined Tusk and Mama Stasi Merkel’s collusion with Brussels’ anti-Polish vendetta might have something to do with it, but, ever-fair, I went a-searching, to clarify

    And guess who F24 was echo-chambering?

    The Guardian!

    Their report goes into detail about how the ever-so-wicked Polish Government’s newly appointed historian in charge at the Gdańsk Museum has disgracefully tried to remind visitors that the Poles were heroes.

    . At the entrance to a hall featuring hundreds of photographs of Jews murdered in the Holocaust, the new curators inserted a wall-sized photograph of a Polish family executed for hiding Jews,

    Some pinko klutz named Machcewicz, who was ( evidently wisely) replaced as museum director, is quoted saying that’s “totally inappropriate!” 

    What’s inappropriate about it? 

    The wicked Poles go even further!

    A display showing the number of deaths in each country was also amended to give deaths by percentage of civilian population, in order to show that Poland proportionately suffered more than others. About one in five Polish citizens were killed during the war.

    What the HELL is wrong with that?

    After the way the West colluded with the Soviets at Yalta in 1945, to betray Poland, the dirty deal that saw a brave nation consigned to decades of marxist quisling tyranny.

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    …the Poles deserve recognition and honour for their sacrifice.

    The percentage figures make that clear to visitors who might otherwise not realise how Poland, as a small nation, suffered disproportinately.

    As Mr. Nawrocki, the man who took over after the pinko Machcewicz was removed, puts it,  the original museum had left out many “unquestionable Polish heroes” and said the focus on Polish heroism was unsurprising.

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    “It was only in the 1990s that we had the opportunity to talk truly and objectively about Polish history. After 50 years of two totalitarianisms we should be allowed to talk about our own history…”

    But what the Guardian and I agree is ‘perhaps the biggest change at the museum’ has to be the very welcome transformation of what awaited ‘visitors at the end of their visit.’

    Whereas BEFORE there was a very short video which –

    traced history since the end of the second world war and ended with images of wars in Ukraine and Syria and the refugees they created…

    For God’s Sake!

    Are the Brussels Bunch so obsessed with ‘refugees’ that they had to try and mar the memory of national heroes like that?

    ….this was replaced by a computer-generated video of stylised, heroic Polish soldiers in combat, changing the message from one of reflection on the horrors of war to one of patriotic glory.

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    And just to show how the cause of multicult counts for more than pride in Poland, the self-righteous ‘city authorities plan their own, separate commemoration event on Sunday, where guests will include the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.’

    Him?

    London Has Fallen – Defender of Evil Declared Mayor! 

    Of course Polish soldiers were heroes, but on the 80th anniversary this should not be the most important message…” said Dulkiewicz.  https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/30/truth-is-a-casualty-80-years-after-start-of-second-world-war

    Of course it should, you rotten leftist cow!

    It’s what today’s ALL about!

     

     
    • Thomas 8:09 pm on September 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Every Pole who reads this will thank you.
      You care about what happened in 1939 and 1945 and what is happening today. Most English-speaking people do not care because they do not even know about it. .

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    • Ken Kasic 9:31 am on September 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      American pilicy toward Poland in 1945 was awfully wrong but that Communist traitor Alger Hiss held sway over the President at that time. .It was Nixon brought hin down and that was why rhe media left hated Nixon so bitterly.

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    • orion 2:16 pm on September 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Note that it was Poland who mobilized first half its army o 30th March 1939 then the rest on 31st August of the same year. The mob was against Germany. Germany hit them on 1st September. A mobilisation at the time like in WWI was considered a declaration of war. Britain and France (reluctantly) quickly declared war on Germany but not against Russia in the East. Poland fell for the trick and never received a bullet from its glorious allies in the West. When the Russian invaded nobody in the West remembered the infamous guarantee. Had Poland accepted the peace plan offered by Germany instead of stupidly going to war, there would have been no war. But the Poles believed the French who told them that German tanks were made of cardboard and would be no match for Polish cavalry. The alleged Polish losses are fictitious according to former President Gen. Jaruselvsky. Poland shifted west after the war losing some 6 millions Belarussian and Ukrainians in the East and gaining former German territory whose population was expelled or massacred in the West. All the rest is propaganda.

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  • ross1948 6:12 pm on August 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ’British Isles’, geographical censorship, The Guardian   

    ‘British Isles’ Ban – Guardian Admits Censoring Geography! 


    I might have had a good old rant about that strident Enemy Alien barging/mincing into British Ulster…

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    ….to show solidarity with perverts parading through Belfast last week.

    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs

    Not for the first time, either, as our previous posts, above, confirm!

    Or I could have poked fun at the contortions of the evidently queer-infested BBC Northern Ireland…

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    Back when Britain had braver media!


    ….as evidenced by the Guardian’s coverage of how they squirmed under pressure from TUV good-guy Jim Allister.

    But you know how bad Varadkar is, and you know that the BBC has not been derided as the Bum Boys Club for decades without good reason.

    So let’s look at the Guardian’s PS to the report.

    This article was amended on 5 August 2019 to remove a reference to “the British Isles” that contravened the Guardian’s house style.’

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/aug/03/bbc-northern-ireland-steps-back-from-belfast-pride-after-complaints

    Ain’t that curious?

    For centuries the British Isles have been marked clearly on maps, instantly recognised by all.

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    Since when has the fave newspaper of pinko creeps throughout the British Isles taken up censors’ scissors to eradicate even the word “British” because it doesn’t fit their prejudice?

    Since when have the weasel words ‘house style’ been used to cloak ideological censorship?

    And why?

    What’s the Guardian’s preferred alternative?

     

    North-West Province of the Brussels Empire?

     

     
    • Billy King 6:29 pm on August 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      No need for guess-work, Ross, they are playing Dublin’s game.
      Eire hates those words, as they hate anything British.
      We in Ulster are British and they hate us for being British and refusing to be taken over.

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    • Austin Brant 6:43 pm on August 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for noticing this confession of censorship. I hadn’t a clue the media would stoop to this but I am not even a tiny wee bit surprised.
      We should blame the Guardian for censoring ‘British’ of course.
      We should blame Dublin too, because the liberal media all sing gaily ( ! ) from the Eire song-sheet.
      The Guardian won’t answer your question but they don’t need to.
      We know why their ‘house style’ excludes words that Dublin doesn’t like to see or hear.

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      • Triggs 3:58 pm on August 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        That drip Varadkar should be run out of town next time he comes across the border.

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    • Joseph Fox 7:32 pm on August 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Little Leo will be instructed to make a minor concession to Boris, who will hail it as a famous victory, and Brexit-in-name-only will be accomplished.

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  • ross1948 6:55 pm on May 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Kamasi Washington, music events, , The Guardian   

    Shock News – Brits MUST Abandon Brexit Now! 


    A shocking report has undoubtedly just made millions of Brits rethink their arrogant aspiration to reclaim UK sovereignty.

    Britain leaving the EU could make the country less appealing to international performers, one of the world’s leading jazz musicians has said.

    OMG!

    After reading the full story ( yes, of course it’s in the Guardian!) I felt it my clear duty to explain to my numerous readers in The Old Country that their Brexit dream is surely dead and must surely be buried unceremoniously.

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    After all, who in the corridors of Westminster power can ignore Kamasi Washington, whose album The Epic and his work with Kendrick Lamar made him a poster boy of the jazz revival?’

    My own immediate reaction was ‘who the flip is this American?’

    True, his opinion is probably worth more in terms of honourable intent than that of the offensive comic-singer Obummer, who issued similar dire warnings two years ago…

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    Remember Obama’s Brexit Rant? 

    …but reading on, it seems – amazingly enough – that it’s just another example of the rotten media twisting everything it touches to serve its supranational left-liberal agenda!

    Although KW is what the Guardian would doubtless regard as acceptable, spitting out a little gobbet of anti-Trump bile, Brexit was probably not the first thing a jazz musician would think about when asked to discuss his concert tour.

    So one must wonder if the hackette who interviewed Mr. Washington was ordered to push the issue…

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    Image result for cameron osborne johnson cartoon project fear..Project Fear 2016 – it didn’t work then either!

     

    …to get her Europhiliac bosses the headline they needed for their daily dose of Project Fear.

    But then, Guardian hackettes would not enjoy their lush salaries were they not committed to supranationalism.

    Project Fear 2019 has been on the rise for some time…

    Wot Next? Oxbridge Obliterated? Project Fear Gets Nuttier! 

    Project Fear! Now ‘Mother’s Day’ Faces Remainer Terror Tactics! 

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    …..

    …and is not likely to stop till democracy is downed.

    What more terrifying a prospect, than that the Sceptred Isle might no longer be ‘an inviting idea to musicians?’

    Being incredibly close to rivalling Methuselah…

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    …I can recall going to concerts held pre-EUSSR, in UK cities at which the late great Johnny Cash sang, and my friends whose tastes were non-country also enjoyed overseas artists, when they could afford it.

    So fear should not paralyse afficionados of any music genre, despite what Kamasi says about ‘Europe and the ease of travelling from one country to the next. That is part of what makes touring possible for lots of artists.”

    But he also ‘also praised the UK music scene, saying Britain was one of the “leading countries in terms of jazz at the moment..” https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/05/kamasi-washington-says-brexit-could-make-touring-uk-tricky-for-artists

    Good artists, serious artists, hungry and enterprising young artists too, who appreciate the fans who appreciate them, or want to win new fans, will OF COURSE not abhor British audiences.

    Nobody’s talking East German-style mine-fields.

    GB is not North Korea.

    Before Homo Heath dragged Britain into the embryonic Brussels Empire, crowds of people, like my hitch-hiking teen self, went back and forth across the Channel. Law-abiding folks got their passports stamped no bother at all.

    And The Guardian’s manipulation of what ought to have been an interview about KW’s music is just another disgraceful example of playing up ANYTHING the media Remainer rats imagine might frazzle the nerves of the unthinking.

     
    • Rhona Sutherland 8:21 pm on May 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Taking the Manikin Pis, I see.
      I don’t blame you, sir. The Guardian has gone total OTT with its fear-mongering.
      Jazz, Mothers Day flowers, universities, all lost and gone forever if we break free from Brussels.
      I think not.

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  • ross1948 9:22 pm on April 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , The Guardian,   

    Guardian Keeps Sinking To Ever-Baser Depths! 


    The Guardian seems to be delving down to new and ever-baser levels, with regard to Ulster, giving prominent space last month not only to a Sinn Fein vixen named Michelle O’Neill…

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    O’Neill, simpering with Blood-Beast Adams

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    … a disloyal bitch, bitching about the fact that only one British soldier is to be sacrificed on the appeasement altar –

    …the British state must be answerable for the crimes it has committed in Ireland….  https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/15/decision-prosecute-one-soldier-bloody-sunday-incredulous

    • …and ostensibly oblivious to (though no doubt completely conscienceless about) the grim reality of the many soldiers, police officers and equally innocent civilians murdered by terrorist IRA scumbags ….

    • ….

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    • …a lack of conscience quit brazenly expressed by her comrades photographed above and below, the evil brute Adams, and her other hero…

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    • Image result for michelle o'neill sinn fein

    • Murder McGuinness with O’Neill

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    • …the late and utterly unlamented swine, Martin ‘Murder’ McGuinness.

    • …of Bloody Sunday we have the same imbalance in the investigative and prosecution approach. Lord Saville found Martin McGuinness was probably in possession of a sub machine gun that day – such a weapon had murdered two policemen just two days before.

    • Jim Alister of TUV raised the question everyone should ask!
    • But, there was no police investigation post Saville of McGuinness’ actions that day. Why...  https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/jim-allister-bloody-sunday-elevated-above-bloody-friday-1-8849935

    • Bad enough that any part of the British media should treat this woman as sufficently worthy of respect as to merit a platform to put down her country as well as its armed forces.

    • But then she comes from a family tainted by treason, her father ‘a Provisional IRA prisoner’ and one of her cousins having been shot dead by the splendid SAS in 1991.

    • Not content with providing O’Neill with plenty of space to spew out treasonable tripe, the Guardian –  within 48 hours – opened its arms to a self-confessed ( presumably former?) IRA member, described nowadays as an ‘author,‘ the quality of whose prose maybe judged by his hysterical whine about what he insults as ‘Little England’- that it will never become a progressive nation and will be doomed to choke on its own vomit for generations to come.   https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/16/father-killed-bloody-sunday-britain-colonial-legacy-northern-ireland

    • Whatever next?

    • Will we get to read ‘opinion pieces’ from the ISIS rape-gang’s ‘caliph’ (or, if he is dead, as sometimes reported, his ‘vice-caliph’) hurling vile abuse at the armed services engaged in putting that rat-pack down?

    • Has the Guardian no shame?

    • Obviously not!

     
    • Freda Grover 11:20 am on April 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Now SF/IRA are giving us crocodile tears for that journalist, as if they think we have all forgotten all the innocents THEY murdered?

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