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  • ross1948 6:44 pm on August 4, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: angry candidates, , , New York City vote shambels, , UK elections, , Voter intimidation   

    Dare Leftists Go Postal About Trump’s Mail-In Concerns? 

    Postal voting ( that’s UK for ‘mail-in’) has not been a subject we’ve often examined, although my observations a couple of years ago…

    Don’t Go Postal – Patriots Need To Organise…Their Postal Votes! 

    ….did make some of my commenters draw interesting conclusions, much as Donald Trump is doing


    …..and there have been numerous British reports on how the system can be abused.

    …concerns that some South Asian communities – notably those with roots in parts of Pakistan and Bangladesh – were more susceptible to electoral fraud.

    Claims of vote rigging at Kirklees Council elections in Dewsbury were investigated in 2012 following a massive swing from Conservative to Labour https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/west-yorkshire-news/kirklees-calderdale-councils-ordered-crack-6477840


    Now, though the BBC bias-beasts won’t report it, Trump has been vindicated!

    On Thursday, the four candidates called on the BOE to count every absentee ballot that was invalidated because the U.S. Postal Service did not postmark the envelope or because the BOE received the ballots after June 30.

    “Put bluntly: A missing postmark, over which voters had no control, should not disenfranchise those voters,” the candidates wrote. https://queenseagle.com/all/2020/7/17/thousands-of-absentee-ballots-tossed-in-tight-maloney-patel-house-race


    And who are those anguished candidates?

    Wicked rightwing Republicans?

    No, they’re Democrats in NYC!

    Of course if somebody is sick, or has to work away from home, esp. on armed forces duty, then the ‘letter-carrier’ ( that’s dumbo pinko-speak for postman!) is the answer.



    Britain’s famous ‘Postman Pat!’ – NB not ‘Trans Letter-Carrier Lou!’

    But apart from the risks arising from sheer incompetence, as seems to be the case in the above Big Apple stramash, there is no way to safeguard voters from manipulation/intimidation, by  local gangsters, of the sort who now openly flaunt their power…

    BLM Hoodlums Begin Operating Protection Racket!

    ….or even primitives who live under the same roof as the voters.

    There are too many men who actually believe they are entitled to tell their wives and daughters what they may wear..



    Addressed to ayah dan suami, fathers and husbands, it offensively tells the afore-mentioned gents, with regard to the no-show areas, called ‘aurat’ by whoever created the work of art above, that –

    ‘Their Aurat is Your Responsibility.’

    …..and who will certainly arrogate to themselves how the women of the house may vote.

    Be aware!

    Be very aware!



    Sent from my iPad
  • ross1948 10:40 am on June 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Joe Kennedy, UK elections,   

    Kennedy Poll Lead? Because He’ll Never Let You Drown – Oops -Down? 

    I see another scion of an ill-starred dynasty is hoping to win a place in the United States Senate.


    Though he is not a descendant of the legendary Chappaquiddick Girl-Drowner…


    …Joe Kennedy has some policy similarities to that unlamented Sinn Fein fan….

    Which one was saying ‘I’ve killed more women than you, buddy!’


    …most notably an arrogant propensity for poking his arrogant snout into UK internal affairs.



    Joe Kennedy was one of three uppity sticky-beaks who insolently interfered in the last British general election…

    …with a letter to all three Westminster party leaders which ‘urged all three political parties to demonstrate “continued commitment to an open Irish border”, regardless of the outcome of the election..


    This new ‘Camelot’ sticky-beak is of course running in a state which is populated by large numbers of morally crippled people….

    Is All Massachusetts Maladjusted? 

    …so he might well win.

    Sad, really.

  • ross1948 10:24 pm on December 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK elections,   

    Voter Fraud Reform – Guarded Optimism On Bojo’s First Steps! 

    It’s nearly Christmas and in the spirit of the Season of Goodwill, I offer a welcome to a few of Johnson’s sensible first steps…

    Thanks, Bojo – Overseas Brits Get Rights Restored! 

    …one of which we mentioned earlier but equally welcome is the proposed introduction of photo-ID at polling stations.

    The lunatic irresponsibility – or dare we say self-interest? – of the useful reform’s opponents is stunning.

    Campaigners accused the prime minister of taking action on an “imaginary” problem… 


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


    It would of course be better to ban the burka altogether, and not only for reasons of honest electoral practice.

    But meantime, let’s be cheerful about this!



  • ross1948 9:02 pm on December 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: fermanagh tyrone, michelle gildernew, , , UK elections,   

    Election Post-Mortem 1 – Vermin Party Wins Fermanagh…Really? 

    I see the Vermin Party continues to ‘represent’ the electorate of Fermanagh and Tyrone.

    By the narrowest of margins, one of Sinn Fein’s most bitter bitches –


    -was voted back into the House of Commons…


    Michelle Gildernew
    Michelle Gildernew


    …except that, like all MPs elected as adherents of the IRA murder-gang’s “political wing,” Michelle Gildernew MP will not attend parliament.

    As  enemies of their Queen and Country, the Sinn Fein scum abhor the institutions of British democracy, though they do contest elections( in convenient electoral deals these days with the so-called ‘moderates’ of the SDLP…

    ..nothing new about SDLP collaboration!


    …and the so-called ‘non-sectarian’ Alliance Party – strategic withdrawals of candidates, they call it!) a shameless coalition of those who care nothing for loyalty.

    But who’s going to get to the bottom of this!

    There had been reports that a ballot box arrived at the Omagh count but that the related paperwork ended up in Ballyclare and some votes couldn’t be verified.

    However the Electorial Office said this was not accurate. It declined to give any further information.


    Who the Hell do they think they are?

    What’s the ‘further information’ that they are  so shy of telling us.

    These people are paid public servants and tax-paid flunkeys, so when asked a question, they should snap to attention and answer it!

    Reeks of something going on!

    • Billy King 10:12 pm on December 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Well spotted, Ross.
      It was always a case of vote early, vote often in Fermanagh, with dead folk coming in to vote too.
      They’re worth watching.


  • ross1948 8:38 pm on December 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Jonathan Bartley, , UK elections   

    Stinko Criminality Cost – Green Berk Bartley Bottles Out! 

    What a weaseling wally that Green Party ‘co-leader’ Jonathan Bartley turns out to be, as Brits saw on live TV this week.

    Asked if there might be better ways to spend the nearly FORTY MILLION pounds the lawless mayhem created by Stinkos has so far cost…


    Image result for london commuters Extinction station

    A violent Stinko aims kicks at the decent people he set out to torment


    ….such as topping up the budget for the anti-knife crime operation, The Weasel not only dodged the issue but at once went into party politics mode.


    It was the government that was setting the knife-crime budget, he shrilled, insulting the electorate’s intelligence, since every voter knows that.

    The point his interviewer was making was that the government could have an extra 37 million quid to boost the operation…

    …IF the Stinkos had not imposed that enormous cost on the public purse by their malevolent choice of criminality as a way to ‘protest.’


    There is an obvious way to recoup some of the money.




    The fines imposed on those found guilty should be based on the cost of their crimes, not only in terms of repairs etc., but also of police overtime and taking into account too a fair assessment of the damage done to business.

    If the convicted Stinkos prove unable to pay, then jail them until the fines are paid.



    Given how so many super-rich stuck-up celebs have declared their support for the anti-social scum…

    Arrogant Stinko Scoff-Laws, Egged On By Big-Name Berks! 

    …surely they would step up and stump up?

    Or would they shrink from putting their big money where their big mouths are?


    Alas, we understand from our Australian readers that when sensible fines were imposed on antipodean Stinkos, spineless left-liberal judges betrayed the decent citizenry by slashing those fines on appeal. One rather fears it would happen in the UK  too.

  • ross1948 3:27 pm on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , e USA, Franc, Macron Red Brigades, , terrorist sympathisers, UK elections   

    Corbyn's A Friend To Filth, Yet Not Unique! Think Obama? Think Macron? 

    No decent Brit wants Comrade Corbyn anywhere near 10 Downing Street…



    Corbyn with his Blood-Beast Buddy


    .Corbyn’s Regrets Over ISIS Rape-Beast Truly Shame His Country!

    …but as somebody said the other day, every country has its Corbyn!

    Let’s not forget Obummer’s despicable record…




    …of which PJ Media gave us a timely reminder this week.


    Not only did The Racist In The White House set free that filthy freak Bradley Manning (no, don’t call it by its purported girly name!)

    A traitor in every sense, in 2013 Manning was convicted and sentenced to 35 years in prison.

    Nor was the traitor tranny the only unrepentant evil-doer unleashed by that worst-ever POTUS!


    Related image

    How about convicted terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera…a leader of the Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional Puertorriqueña (FALN), a Puerto Rican terrorist group responsible for 130 attacks in the United States, and at least six deaths.


    That vile scumbag was sent down for seven decades, but Obummer let him walk.

    And then there’s Le Muppet!



    Memo To Le Muppet Macron – Stop Harbouring Red Terrorists! 

    It’s important to remember these shameful deeds, Macron’s failure to roust out Italian red terror vermin who have been skulking in France for years…



    …and, topically, Obama’s wicked commutations, which resulted in ‘coming out’ parties for filth….



    .. and which the Left glorified as loudly as they are currently ranting against Trump’s most welcome clemencies recently granted to American fighting men who did what most of us would like to have a chance to do.

    The PJ Media link .https://pjmedia.com/trending/obama-granted-clemency-to-terrorists-and-traitors-but-were-supposed-to-be-angry-at-trumps/ provides details of the latest Media-Democrat yammering.

    • Damon Christensen 5:50 pm on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good examples of the Left’s hypocrisy, the way they are moaning and groaning about Trump’s wise acts when they either kept quiet of cheered when Obama showed his sympathies with such very bad people.


    • Amanda Adams 10:02 pm on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I had no idea that France was protecting terrorists. That’s dire.
      I also didn’t know about Trump’s granting clemency to those soldiers. Good for him.
      I have nothing to say about Corbyn. It’s all been said!
      I can”t comment on your other article about the Stasi but it was a fascinating read. I’m learning a lot thanks to you.


  • ross1948 5:13 pm on October 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ’voter suppression, , , , UK elections,   

    UK Labour Joins US Dems Voter Fraud Fan-Club! 

    Corbyn’s comrades can’t even be original!

    They’ve started carbon-copy cribbing from the USA Media-Democrat phrase-book

    – “voter suppression”.    U.S Elections – Citizens Out-Voted by Obama’s Illegals? 

    – as they carp about the proposed new law requiring voters to present photo ID.


    Labour lay themselves wide-open to accusations of indifference to grotesque voting fraud…


    …as has been known to happen!

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

    Corbyn is either blind to or happy about the prospect of any number of such bogus electors showing up at polling  stations, shrouded like primitive aliens, claiming to be whomsoever.

    The government’s reform is well-intentioned and may well do some good.

    But would it not be all the better were Boris Johnson to act positively, on his own stated recognition that burkas are an affront to civilised society?



    Ban them.


  • ross1948 9:07 pm on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK elections   

    Don’t Go Postal – Patriots Need To Organise…Their Postal Votes! 

    Confused by my headline?

    Going postal is an American English slang phrase referring to becoming extremely and uncontrollably angry…so says Wikipedia.

    angry face

    As with so much American slang, the phrase has crossed the Atlantic, but – unlike some sore losers heard among the disappointed Brexit Party ranks – I am not going to express anger at the Peterborough result…

    Image result for city of peterborough

    …although I must express dismay at the foolishness of two Labour councillors in that city, whose gloating remarks  –

    “I would say the Muslim vote played a vital role in Lisa Forbes’s success…”   https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/07/labour-peterborough-win-locals-react-lucky



     – can only stoke ‘Islamophobia.’.


    Instead, I am hoping that every patriot blog, all pro-Brexit social media, will carry something similar to what you see below.

    Nothing about getting a postal vote is difficult – the Labour victory this month was simply due to their experience in tracking and recording reliable voters in the area…

    Image result for postal vote uk

    …then making sure they got the necessary forms AND got them filled in correctly!


    When can I expect to receive my postal vote? | Your Vote Matters

    On this page you can find the answers to frequently asked questions about voting by post at an election or referendum in the UK.



    • Ned A 10:02 pm on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good advice!


    • Fiona 10:35 pm on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If those two Labour councillors are correct, and Labour is relying on an Islamic block-vote to defeat the Brexit Party, or any patriot party, then of course much more hard work is in order.

      I know several people who would have been up there in Peterborough even using their annual leave instead of going on holiday. Unfortunately, the Brexit Party’s appeal for campaign help only appeared a week before polling day. I saw it on your blog.

      Proxy and postal votes are both vital in marginal seats and most seats next time round will be marginal.
      Proxy votes are available for people such as the disabled or very old who can appoint a friend or family member or anyone in the area to go to the polling station and vote on their behalf.

      There are a lot of OAPs who very much want Brexit to happen and Farage has to find them and help them register.
      I am hoping this is all a bit like teaching grandmother to suck eggs. Former Tory activists who have come over should already be well acquainted with these processes.
      Nonetheless, vou make a valid point.
      The lessons of losing Peterborough must be learned.


      • Colette 1:57 am on June 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Very troubling, those two councillors.
        I’m kidding. Troubling is another word that snowflakes like to use instead of saying somebody or something is an outrage or an abomination.
        .It is an outrage that aliens have come to our country and are now banding together in support of a far-leftist, in opposition to our freedom from an overseas power.


    • Petra Malley 11:04 pm on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Not for the first time, Ross, your approach has me asking myself if you just throw your daily blog posts together while you’re eating a meal or getting dressed to go out. Is this a sloppy pot-pourri, or do you carefully blend tasty morsels in with humdrum material and wait to see what happens?
      The message about postal voting is very important, but then inserted like a secret potion in a glass of wine, there’s that informative and provocative quotation from the Islamic duo. which to me, and I would say most of your readers, was the cream on the cake.


    • Fiona 12:04 am on June 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I commented just after the by-election, as you did, on how those councillors had boasted about Labour’s victory being attributable to a big Islamic turnout.
      Now that the outcome is subject to police investigation, there’s a lot of back-tracking going on.
      The Guardian today, a quote –

      ‘Labour sources have previously said claims that their campaigners have been involved in electoral fraud are a “racist trope”.’

      What can they possibly mean by that?
      Did they mean to say it was a lie, an exaggeration, an insult?
      Why use a word when they have no idea what it means?
      ‘Trope’ means a figure of speech. It’s a literary or artistic device.


      • ross1948 12:45 am on June 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Very true.
        Misuse of trope as a word has become a frequent form of left misconduct, Fiona.
        I am not sure why but could it be when they use the word wrongly it confuses the public?
        If Labour had said lie, or exaggeration, or some meaningful word, people would just call Labour out, since there is neither lie nor exaggeration – the police enquiries are real and serious.
        Trope-Tripe? I must write sonething, next weekend.


  • ross1948 6:45 pm on April 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , UK elections   

    Poll – Which Party Will You Brits Choose? 

    I was thinking about running a poll myself, but there’s one available on this link…

    referndmlet peole vote

    Nigel Farage pledges political revolution to ‘shift the centre of gravity’ with his new Brexit Party

    .”..which has a much wider circulation than RRA.

    Why not pay a visit and make your mark!


    • Pamela 8:44 pm on April 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, I decided that I’d have a go.
      I can’t say if your cheer-leading played a part, but the Brexit Party is topping the poll tonight!


      • Friendly Fire 6:33 am on April 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        The Brexit Party has BIG financial backing so will out glitz the UKIP party. I wonder if you have researched the other side of Nigel? He seems to be deliberately splitting the leave NOW vote. He pushed for 2 of the worse candidates for his replacement leader, trashed not only his ‘own’ party but also trashed and insulted the UKIP member (the same ones who loyally supported him and would have voted him in again as leader if hadn’t walked away fro it (Cameron did that also and left us with an unelected PM)

        He is recorded as saying he doesn’t want members or an NEC in HIS party! (subscribers only?) He is a brilliant orator yes – but so was Obama and that guy from Germany a few years ago. He has NEVER until the last moments of the last election actually made a point of decrying immigrants from outside the EU and dodged many questions about the M+sl+m invasion of the West.

        Gerrard has pulled UKIP back from the wreck Farage left. Membership has been rising rapidly and members loyal to their new leader. Now the Brexit Party is likely to split the vote and fall into the Governments sleazy hands.

        Brexit Party 50 votes UKIP 50 Votes Labour 99 votes = disaster.


    • Dan Lester 1:14 pm on April 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A well-argued case against Farage, FF, and I know he has his faults, the worst being the way he purged, or allowed the purging of, perfectly good people the gaystapo didn’t like.
      More than once I remember Ross telling him off for being soft.
      In fact we have seen purges already with the Brexit Party, like that man who criticised Mandelson who has been unfsirly gorced out.

      Even so, Farage has done a lot of good and if he seems to hesitate sometimes, and I am exasperated, I picture that clever poster with all the illegals on the march through Europe.
      In the European elections, I will vote UKIP 1: Brexit Party 2, unless one of the candidates is outstanding or likely to win easily ( not necessarily the same thing)

      If we have a Westminster election, first past the post, it will depend who is best-placed to beat the anti-democracy tribe called ConLabLibdem.
      The Euro election is coming up first so that will help me to choose for subsequent votes.


      • Ned A 5:53 pm on April 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I got into the habit of voting for UKIP but I will vote for anybody who I trust will get us out of Europe.
        Correction. Brussels Empire. I like Europe.
        If it looks like Farage can teach them a lesson, I will vote for his party. But if UKIP is putting up a good fight where I vote, then I stick with UKIP.
        All I want is Get Britain Out!


  • ross1948 7:14 pm on February 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit Express, , , Jeremy Hoskings, , UK elections,   

    How Many Brexit Parties Does Britain Need? 

    Let’s not trip each other up!

    A month or so ago, I wrote about the need to be relaxed about both UKIP and Nigel’s new Brexit Party contesting the Strasbourg elections…


    Nigel Farage,

    Making Plans For Nigel? Why Not? 

    …if somehow Britain was still mired in the Brussels Empire in May.

    In a system of proportional representation, whichever party gets the fewer votes drops out and those votes are transferred to whichever party the voters indicated was their second preference.

    The same applies if there are 3 or 4 preferences, though it may confuse much of the electorate in the UK, which is not used to such a system.

    Now we have a third party. Jeremy Hosking’s heart is no doubt in the right place but his money is in the wrong place if his billboards are the prelude to yet another party.

    Yet he seems determined that his Brexit Express will contest UK elections.


    Image result for brexit express billboards


    And I hear there’s a fourth party emerging, Our Nation, led by Henry Bolton, ex-UKIP leader.

    NOT GOOD – the same arguments propounded above do not apply to Westminster elections.

    There, it’s first past the post.

    So if we had a constituency with Brexit Party and UKIP both contesting, the anti-Europhiliac vote would be split.

    If there was also a candidate from Brexit Express, and/or Our Nation, it’s fair to say the parties of the rotten ruling class would romp home…


    Image result for ruling class eu


    …the in-crowd traitors of Lab-Lib-Con keeping their malign grip on the levers of power.

    Hosking and Bolton are both patriots, but they would be better to start talks right away with Nigel Farage, to ensure a common front against Britain’s Enemy Within!

    There is work to be done to destroy an evil entity – unity is essential.


    Image result for united against brussels


    • Karen Redston 2:37 am on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I follow Farage. He has the winning skills and that is what we need.


    • Vanessa Reilly 3:02 am on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I know you read ‘spiked.com’ but did you see this week about how the EU have rigged the rules to get Juncker’s favourite up the power ladder?
      Martin Selmayr’s ruthless rise
      The top EU official was handed his job by illegal means.

      It is sickening how completely dishonest the European Commission is.


    • Jacey Travers 3:04 am on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Unity is essential.
      Divide up the seats to be fought, UKIP here, Brexit Party there, the other freedom party somewhere else. At the same time, preserve a common front to make sure of a fair share of party political broadcasts.
      The ruling class will try to keep us off the airwaves, they tremble at truth told.


    • Mickey Merlian 2:15 pm on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      One is enough!
      In Scotland in the 1970 general election the SNP was firmly anti-EEC, as the ‘European Project/Fourth Reich’ was called at the time.
      Within about ten years the party had dropped nationalism and that was when I stopped voting SNP.
      Tories are untrustworthy so I hope Nigel and the others patch up their differences and soon.


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