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  • ross1948 18:16 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Mark Fisher, naked freaks, , traffic jams,   

    More Guardian Grime – Yukky Queers, Traffic Havoc, Sicko Tripe! 


    The thrilling show culminates with the men passing a globule of saliva from mouth to mouth

    .https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2019/mar/29/shock-of-the-nude-brazil-festival-protest-theatre

    It may be newsworthy, in the same way that a human being drowning in his or her own vomit might get headlines, but the Guardian’s editorial decision to publish not ‘news’ of the ‘event’ but instead the sicko opinion of a creepy character named Mark Fisher…

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    …who thinks the disgusting display, which is described in our first sentence, above, is…

    ‘…thrilling?’

    How degenerate does it get?

    But the article Fisher writes is not only nauseating but also revealing, of the essentially anti-social nature of Brazil’s far-left, who appear to have been driven even more deranged by the democratic election victory of Jair Bolsonaro…

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    Jair Bolsonaro

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    ….who holds healthy and normal opinions about trans-freaks, queers and other maladjusted creatures.

    Fisher admits this when he writes that a man like Bolsonaro would detest having to watch this sort of thing.

    What sort of thing?

    Fisher obligingly gives us an example of what Bolsonaro, like any decent human being, would find detestable watching.

    Lobo (Wolf), a gloriously extravagant feast of male nudity…begins like some masochistic gym class, with 16 naked men running in circles, sweaty and breathless, crashing into each other before collapsing into a writhing, orgiastic heap.

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    SICK, SICK, SICK!

    Nor would Bolsonaro ( nor any decent person) want to be present at another show Fisher seems to admire.

    …the Brazilian version of Jesus, Queen of Heaven by Edinburgh playwright Jo Clifford…

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    ‘She?’ – Jo Clifford

    …she stands naked before us as a “travesti”, in a blend of autobiography and polemics about a life spent under constant scrutiny.

    “My body always comes before me,” she says, choosing to put her body firmly before us now, even stepping into the auditorium to let the audience touch. Several opt to hug her instead.

    SICK, SICK, SICK!

    And blasphemous, but I’m not one of those who thinks blasphemers should be killed – just that if they put offensive garbage on stage, it should not be given unctuous attention by the media.

    I thought at first that perhaps this nauseating article was some sort of decadent April Fool stunt by the Guardian – nobody can seriously appreciate filth like that.

    But no, it was published on 29th March.

    And Brazil’s traffic congestion?

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    That’s here in Jakarta, but Brazilians seem to suffer the same way!

    On the traffic issue, Fisher seems to think we need to know about perverts who snog on the pedestrian crossing in same-sex couples..

    Best thing to do if one happens to witness disgusting scenes like that is to call the cops and report any queers who thus flaunt their aberrant antics in public.

    But what we do know, after wading through his turgid descriptions of a deliberate attempt by obnoxious extremists to make life miserable for their fellow-citizens, is that left-fanatics do not even recognise people trying to get home from an honest day’s work ( something the pervs and pinkos may know little about!) as ‘people!’

    Weary commuters are not, in the kook view, even members of the public!

    “We love the fight between the public and the traffic,” performer Carlos Canhameiro tells me later, remarkably uninjured. “The street belongs to you.”

    By ‘you’ the weirdo evidently means his comrade weirdos, and the hell with any people not of his ilk – his red/pink/rainbow rabble seem to revel in making life hell for everyone else.

    They seem unable to grasp that the ‘street’ belongs to motorists, surely, while the sidewalk is the proper place for pedestrians.

    One wonders why the police were not ordered in to bring the leftist rabble under control.

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    And to detain the snogging homos for public indecency.

    You may use the link to read the rubbish in its entirety, but I must offer a health warning – the main illustration is of four naked men, presumably to confirm what Freaky Fisher says  – that the local culture vultures are obsessively exhibitionist…

    …In show after show, nudity takes on a political role…

    How absurd, to say such a thing. Nudity has nothing to do with politics. As with the bare-ass asses at Westminster last week..

    Brexit protest: Nude environmental protesters storm public gallery …

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    …any resort to indecent exposure represents the inability of the show-alls to present persuasive arguments.

    But when kooks get angry, they will produce even more cr-p than usual.

    And boy, are they angry, because they’ve had their grubby snouts slapped off the tax-trough.

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    Artists are aghast at the swingeing cuts in a country that has dissolved its ministry of culture…

     Aaaah!

    The entitled decadents are incandescent because their income depends no longer on their ability to act as leeches on the public purse…

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    Will enough Brazilians like their repulsive productions enough to put their hands in their pockets to pay for them?

    Oh, yeah. The freakos are also fearful of the risk of ‘censorship.’

    No bloody wonder!

     
    • Fiona F 19:04 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      From the first paragraph I felt like throwing up.
      Who could possibly buy tickets to watch nauseating ‘tripe’ like that? If I may say so, you are unfair to tripe, which some friends of mine seem to enjoy.
      Only seriously disturbed people could enjoy watching the scene you let that Guardian writer describe so graphically. And he calls it ‘thrilling?’
      Chilling, maybe. Chilling that the ‘creatives’ get away with offensive productions as bad as that.
      I was brave enough to read it all and by that I mean the whole Guardian article.
      You are in no way unfair in your coverage.
      I can only hope Bolsonaro’s government does cut off any public funding.

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      • D. McLachlan 20:02 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        You set an example so I followed it, Fiona.
        Reading the full Guardian article was extremely off-putting.
        Where does the Guardian find such persons as Mark Fisher, who gets ‘thrilled’ by ‘men’ passing spittle mouth to mouth to each other?
        He and the spit-passers need to seek professional help.
        That ‘woman’ Clifford is to be pitied, for going around dressed as a woman when he’s visibly a man, but he is much more to be despised for producing a mockery of Jesus as propaganda for his deviant ‘cause.’
        Clifford must have known that presenting Him as abnormal was going to offend not just devout Christians but anybody who believes in simple respect for England’s and Scotland’s established religion.

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    • Vanessa R 19:20 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      That ‘she-he’ who wrote the blasphemous play about Jesus being a freak? The BBC have been promoting ‘her-him.’
      Their Mary Beard had a discussion show, as loaded as a crooked gambler’s dice, three guests and her and not one person invited on who spoke for all the Christians insulted by the horrible depiction of Jesus Christ as a ‘transgender’ freak.
      Can you imagine how Muslims might react if Mohammed was the subject.
      They would go wild and I wouldn’t blame them.

      I’m not saying the ‘she-he’ should be stoned to death but definitely ‘it’ should not be turned into some sort of star-turn. It should be shunned and shamed.

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    • Ned A 21:45 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What’s this then, the midweek Ross’s Horror Monster Show.
      It’s disgusting.
      Yeah, mate, I get that we need to know how bad the Guardian is, but just give us the link please, dont inflict the filth on us as soon as we open the blog.

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      • Pamela 22:30 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Ned, you should be thankful that Ross never included the most repulsive photos from the Guardian.
        He gave us more than anyone would like of the written part but he wanted to shock us.
        It shocked me, even though I am aware there are a lot of sick people on the far left.
        But that even the Guardian would publish something like that?
        Shudders all round!

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    • Joe Whalen 21:56 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thrilling is watching the waters flow over Niagara or else catching a fine sea-fish off the coast of Queensland.
      What is not thrilling, in any way, is what that strange Guardian guy writes about. The word he should have used is stomach-turning.

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      • Brenda Bryce 23:37 on April 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Gracefully said, Joe.
        When there is so much beauty in the world, it is very sad that the Guardian showers its readers with ugly muck like Fisher’s.

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    • Mack the Knife 02:36 on April 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You have stated sometimes that you have liberals and even leftwingers in your social circle who you disagree with about many things but you can still mingle with on a friendly basis.
      I’m the same, friends and relations who cant stand a bar of my conservative beliefs but we can have a meal or a drink together and not part on bad terms.

      None of them, I’m pleased to say, are anything like that Guardian writer Fisher.

      I honestly cant picture sitting down for a beer with a man, or a woman, who tells me it was ‘thrilling’ to observe a gaggle of ‘men passing saliva from mouth to mouth.’
      I would react in the same way as if he or she told me how ‘thrilled’ they were to watch a bunch of retards kicking a puppy to death.
      I would tell them they were sick f-cks and walk out, before I did something I might (just might) regret later.

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    • William Johnston 03:12 on April 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      ‘How degenerate does it get?’
      That’s a good question that you’re asking and most of us would answer that it coulldn’t get much more degenerate, than those ‘entertainments’ that took place in Brazil.

      Nevertheless, there are probably more ‘artists’ there, and here ( here being wherever this is being read) who are even now busy thinking up even more depraved scenes to be staged for audiences that take pleasure from filth, and hoping to get public money to do so.
      That repellent blasphemy against Christ was put on in a theatre in Scotland when it first emerged.
      Can anybody find out if it – the production or the theatre. – was publicly funded?

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    • Chris Mandon 13:02 on April 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Incedibly sick

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    • Lew Annen 14:55 on April 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It was good to read this last night and better to resd it again today, with so many comments from other readers who agree with you.
      So I broke my rule not to comment. I do comment on other blogs but only to disagree. This time I applaud, not because of what you say, which is fine by me, but the way you say it.
      When all kinds of public and private agencies keep busy and waste money shutting down anything that upsets ‘minorities,’ we heed people like you who call a queer a queer and not a ‘gay.’
      When you talk about ‘transgenders’ as freaks and maladjusts, I would pin a medal on your chest if I had any to pin.
      It has got to the point where most of our people are scared to use honest descriptions of what is wrong in our society.
      Why the intimidation?
      It’s pretty obvious. If one generation is bullied into self-censoring itself on ideas and beliefs, for example that perversion is bad – then the very notion of morality and immorality will be lost to almost all members of the next generation.
      Uniformity, society beaten into a grey mess where bold spirits are smeared or dhouted down and the masses watch it happen.

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  • ross1948 10:44 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , luxury cars, motorbikes, traffic jams   

    Jakarta Councillors Abhor Buses? Buy Them Bikes! 


    Further to our post last week about Jakarta’s City Councillors and their luxury automobiles…

    Bravo, Jakarta’s Djarot! Why Can’t Councillors Use Buses! 

    …I see they are now reportedly craving lavish largesse in the form of a Rp 21.5 million (US$1,592) monthly transport allowance equal to the cost of renting a luxurious car.

    This frankly makes me want to puke.

    I love Jakarta…

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    Many people sleep under bridges and fly-overs too

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    …but you can’t travel round Indonesia’s sprawling capital almost every day, as I do, without seeing evidence of abject poverty.

    Hard to be surprised, then, when one local says, with admirable self-restraint, that the allowance under discussion is extremely high.

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/10/06/jakarta-councilors-want-transportation-allowance-equal-to-luxurious-car-rental-rate.html

    Like every resident, I daily observe the massive MRT project under construction to ease the nightmare traffic problems that torment Jakartans…

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    ‘Use the bus, don’t contribute to traffic jams’

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    …and the large posters with appeals to citizens to use public transport, which, if heeded, would drastically improve the situation, overnight.

    But so far as I’ve heard, there’s not a single city councillor who uses public transport to carry out their civic duties.

    It’s good enough for us ordinary folks but not for the high and mighty, so it seems.

    Grid-lock?

    Okay, then let’s be generous!

    If they abhor the prospect of rubbing shoulders on the buses with the people they say they represent…

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    BUY THEM BIKES!

    A brand new motorbike, for each of the hundred and one members of Jakarta City Council, would cost between 17 and 20 million rupiah…. Price List – Sepeda Motor Honda Terbaru by Astra-Honda.com…which is less than what the councillors seem to think they need PER MONTH for fancy cars!

    AND they could be specially painted bikes…

    … to let people know that the councillors are in their midst. A friendly chat as they wait side-by-side for the lights to change?

    The councillors could, moreover, be models of good road manners, encouraging by example, never displaying anti-social attitudes like those in my photo…

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    …which make life hell for pedestrians by invading the sidewalks!

    Perhaps my Indonesian readers could suggest this alternative to the councillors?

     

     

     
    • Kezia 10:59 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you, Ross.
      You say what I say but we both know these councillors will not listen.
      They will prefer to listen to each other and say together that ‘we want more money!’

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    • Santi 11:11 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I love Jakarta too, Ross and I love this idea with the council men on bright gold color bikes so we can tell them what we think at traffic lights.
      They will never do this!

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    • Arwa 12:20 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You make me smile with this idea Ross
      There is so much time waiting for the lights to change right now, lights changing three times but no going forward because traffic back-up for many hundred metres
      The councillors marked very visible on their special motorcycles must have to listen to very many people all around them.
      I think the councillors will be very afraid that people will speak angry to them.

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    • Tyas 14:25 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Such a good plan to make council members meet the people every day and save much money too.

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  • ross1948 09:45 on November 25, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Jakarta Fanatic Rally – Traffic Havoc – Top Cop Speaks Up! 


    Good to hear Indonesia’s top cop has pledged to prevent the Islamist fanatics implementing their nasty anti-social scheme to create traffic havoc.

    General Tito Karnavian denounced the notorious sectarian extremist Habib Rizieq’s statement, which said the Dec. 2 protesters would carry out Friday prayers across the capital’s two main roads, namely Jl. MH Thamrin and Jl. Sudirman.

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/11/21/police-to-ban-use-of-jakartas-main-roads-for-dec-2-rally.html

    Curiously, the Jakarta Post reporter didn’t explain to JP readers about Rizieq, whom they described merely as a ‘spokesman’ for the GNPF-MUI  – that’s the recently organised ‘National Movement to Save the Indonesian Ulema Council’s Edicts…

    Oh, and –

    Edicts, BTW,should have been left in its original, untranslated form, FATWAS

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    Cops – “Islamist ‘Scholars’ Can Veto Religious Liberty” 

    If you want to know more about the Indonesian Ulema Council’s fatwas,then you can flick through our search box and chortle at the absurd yoga ban, and shudder at their awful habit of running to the police to back up their dogmatic intolerance.

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    FPI_13Sejumlah massa dari Front Pembela Islam (FPI) melakukan aksi di depan Gedung Mahkaman Konstitusi (MK), Jakarta, Rabu (27/1).

    FPI in action

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    But the JP should have said that Rizieq is in fact the ‘high priest’ of the IslamoNazi thug-gang, the FPI, self-styled ‘Islam Defenders Front.’

    Again, check out our search box for their horrid habits.

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    Of course here in Indonesia, everyone knows that, but overseas readers should not be left in the dark about the true nature of the forces of darkness! 

    Tito said if demonstrators insisted on holding their rally on those roads, the police would disperse them and act firmly to anyone who opposed the police.

    GOOD!

    Muslims can like everyone else, pray at any time, and in any place. I had a very nice Muslim colleague in London, who would pray in our staff smoking room. No problem.

    But we have seen both here…Jakarta – Top Cop Slams Traff-Islamic-Jams   … and in Western countries…Paris ban on Muslim street prayers comes into effect – BBC News… examples of irresponsible crowds brazenly and needlessly obstructing  public roads and footpaths. 

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    ‘normal’ Jakarta traffic jam

    • This should be outlawed and stern action taken.

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    General Tito talks sense too about how to handle amok-runs, like that seen in Jakarta on 4th November.  

    Breaking News – Jakarta Cops Tear-Gas Islamist Louts! 

    Violent protesters would be charged with articles 212 to 218 of the Criminal Code (KUHP) on attacks against public officials.

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    That will be widely applauded, if it happens.

     

     
  • ross1948 00:33 on June 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    TransJakarta Buses – What’s the Problem? 


    Good to note that Governor Ahok is to ban diplomats and other high-ups, etc. from the TransJakarta Busway lanes, but there aren’t THAT many of them.

    Having said that, if one non-bus vehicle gets to use the bus-lane, every other driver is moved to try the same stunt. Ahok obviously realises that. 

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/06/13/police-diplomats-cars-banned-transjakarta-lanes.html

    Anyway, no amount of bans will make any difference unless they are enforced, not just for a few days but permanently.


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    Time and again, I’ve simmered, late – well, I’m never actually late because I leave twice as early as any sane person would. Unpunctuality is, to me, one of the  worst forms of discourtesy – due to selfish good-for-nothing toe-rags invading the Busway lanes from which they’re theoretically banned.

    Perhaps the Jakarta SatPol PP  (the civic militia) could be issued with special long clubs and given free rein to bash bus-lane transgressors’ cars.

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    The SatPols would have loads of fun and the said transgressors would weary of flouting lane-rules were they to incur serious damage to their vehicles.

    How’s that for a solution?

    Oh, and within the buses, conductors should be ordered to enforce basic manners. Time and again , I’ve witnessed bad parents who allow their spoilt brats to remain seated when adults are standing.

    The pampered little piglets even put their feet up on the seats, so when a grown-up eventually does get to sit down, his or her clothing will be dirtied by whatever might have been on the soles of said brats’ shoes.

    It’s quite shocking to me how many people here with kids really do need parenting skills classes. Had I taken a seat on public transport, as a young lad, when any of my elders were standing, a clip round the ear would not have been long in coming.

    But I sadly suspect that manners, like queuing, are a dying habit back in The Old Country. 

     

     
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