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  • ross1948 16:30 on June 16, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jonathan Gullis, Robert Buckland, , , Ulster bad friday agreement   

    Can’t Count On ANY Tory MP! 


    Well, we were all set to cheer Jonathan Gullis, Tory MP for Stoke-on-Trent North, Kidsgrove and Talke, after he sensibly said ‘the UK needed to withdraw from the European convention on human rights...

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    Jonathan Gullis MP

    It is clear that the ECHR prevented the flight from departing, after efforts in U.K. courts were exhausted. The ECHR has no place in the U.K. judicial system.The government needs to free itself from it entirely!”

    Hold that cheer!

    Within barely an hour, somebody up there in Jellyfish Johnson’s Fairy Circle….

    …had gotten to him, and…

    …he amended the post, removing the final sentence saying the UK should withdraw from the ECHR and instead replacing it with: “The ECHR’s role in U.K. law needs looking at urgently!”

    Wow, true grit, huh?

    Turns out that ‘Gullis’s decision to drop his call for withdrawal from the ECHR is linked to the fact that the commitment to the ECHR is embedded in the Good Friday agreement, which the government is committed to supporting…’

    And we learn how the pressure might have been applied.

    . Gullis is parliamentary private secretary to Brandon Lewis, the Northern Ireland secretary.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/jun/15/rwanda-flight-asylum-echr-priti-patel-boris-johnson-pmqs-uk-politics-lates

    God forbid that Gullis risk dismissal from power and glory by sticking to his guns on an issue of principle…like UK sovereignty.

    The saddest part of writing this, for me, is that up until today, I’d have said Gullis is exactly the kind of Tory we could hope might turn the party round.

    He’s a member of the European Research Group, has identified BLM as what it is, and talked sense on wokery of all sorts.

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    Yet now he eats his words on the Sorosoid court? A little jellyfish taking his cue from a big fat one?

    And it all boils down to the UK political establishment’s obessive obeisance to…

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    B.Liar’s Dirty Deal With Blood-Beast Adams!

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    In the same Guardian report  we read a bizarre outburst from another Tory MP, a man whose education and profession ought to have precluded such vapourings.

    Sir Robert Buckland, the former justice secretary, has “said it would be a mistake for the Conservative party to abandon its commitment to the European convention on human rights”

    He’s entitled to his opinion – despite the many evils attributable to that convention.

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    But then he justified this opinion by saying it was British Conservative lawyers who helped draft it.

    Buckland is correct, but he MUST know that the draft, and the treaty it became…

    Sauron Rules, Abetted By Strasbourg Legalice! 

    …and the court which ‘interprets’ its ‘rights,’ have been utterly perverted, that court hi-jacked and its purposes perverted by rogue judges.

    …In most countries that ratified the deal, governments had both capital and corporal punishment in use – British conservatives and all other leaders would have been hypocrites to seal a deal which outlawed both!

    Of course it did not!

    The LLegalicejust stopped reading what laws said –  they just read their own prejudices into the laws….

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    …as we explained very clearly a few months ago.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/jun/15/rwanda-flight-asylum-echr-priti-patel-boris-johnson-pmqs-uk-politics-lates

     
  • ross1948 17:53 on October 17, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-DUP court action, Sean Napier, , Ulster bad friday agreement   

    Dirty BBC? Lazy BBC? Disloyal BBC? UK Pravda Hides Truth About Sean Napier! 


    Businessman Sean Napier said he was seeking the court order as a “guardian of the Good Friday Agreement.”

    Mr Napier, who mounted the High Court challenge earlier this week, said the agreement was not an “a la carte” treaty.

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    Sean Napier – shy about his ties with treason party?
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    Mr Napier added: “It is very important in what it has done for the greater good of the people here. I think it is my duty to be its guardian.”

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-58920311

    What a pompous ass!

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    It might ALSO be this republican toad’s duty to COME CLEAN on his disloyalty to Queen and Country.

    Mr Napier, who describes himself as a republican but declined to say whether he is a member of Sinn Féin, previously campaigned on behalf of former finance minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir.

    One might wish these Sinn Fein ratbags would use less alienised forms of their surnames. MOM has two brothers, both of whom are named Millar!

    MORE SERIOUSLY, why did UK Pravda NOT explain to its audience of millions that this ‘guardian’ is so gutless…

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    …or so sly, that he won’t own up as to whether or not he’s a member of Sinn Fein, known to all as the political wing of the IRA murder gang?

     
    • Billy King 19:32 on October 17, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Don’t worry, Ross, the BBC can maybe get away with their cover-up stuff when it comes to people on the mainland or overseas, but we all knew who and what he is.

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  • ross1948 18:38 on April 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Ulster bad friday agreement   

    GFA Anniversary-Sinn Fein Evil Embedded In Eire Society! 


    Especially on this anniversary of the shameful Bad Friday Deal…

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    …Ulster’s British people will be contemplating the historical expansionist hostility that forever simmers just across the frontier.

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    Among Brits on the mainland, however, there may still be a lingering naivety about their country’s ancestral enemy.

    That should be, can be, MUST be, transformed into a realisation that it’s not just dimwit millennials, bored with Eire’s old parties, that has raised a vicious ethnic-cleansing gang to the brink of parliamentary power.

    Take a careful look at the comely face of satanic evil below!

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    Elisha McCallionElisha McCallion

    Again, it makes you think of those horror films, where an alluring damsel sooner or later reveals herself to be nothing less than a foul demoness…

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    …and that McCallion vixen is foul, an unapologetic servant of the Sinn Fein cause, the same blood-thirsty sectarian cause that waged war on innocents for decades…

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    …a ‘public health emergency’ if ever there were. At least the Chinese Virus doesn’t single out people because of how they worship God!

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    The fiendish female has just been elected to Eire’s upper legislative house.

    She was a candidate on the Industrial and Commercial Panel for election to the Seanad…

    She topped the poll after the first count, but had to wait until the 31st round to secure her seat.

    One almost has to smile – but not quite – at her quoted words.

    Her immediate priority, she said, is “dealing with the ongoing public health emergency…”

    How ironic, when her party were the cheer-leaders for the cowardly sectarian filth of the IRA murder gang….

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    …vicious brutes like Martin ‘Murder’ McGuinness.

    The Eire Senate is modelled, wittingly or not, on the fascist ‘coporate state’ idea.

    Forty-three of the 60 seanad seats are decided through elections to five vocational panels, which represent various sections of society….the others are appointed by the taoiseach (Irish prime minister) and elected by graduates of the University of Dublin and the National University of Ireland.https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-52150587

    So the poison of Sinn Fein is no ephemeral ‘protest vote!’ No temporary blip caused by a brat bloc of frustrated millennials.

    The ‘Industrial and Commercial Panel’ is as mainstream as it gets.

    Eire’s underlying Nazi-style expansionist urge has never gone away.

    Although there is no moral, historical or logical case for the annexation of British Ulster, Eire clings to the evil dream, and only very foolish British leadership would expect anything else.

     

     
    • Billy King 00:35 on April 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      All very true, Ross.
      I wish the government in London would pay as much attention to the other side of the water as you do. Eire is our enemy and always will be, until they get rid of the idea that we Ulster people should be taken over by their republic.
      It is just insulting that anyone should say we dont have the right to be who we are.
      We are British, and want nothing to do with Eire.

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  • ross1948 20:28 on September 1, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit court challenge, , Ulster bad friday agreement   

    Bojo Faces Court Fight With Convicted Benefit Fraudster! 


    No, I’m not talking about John Major, who has never, so far as I know, been convicted of benefit fraud, though he has been proven guilty of craven crawling to “Europe…”

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    Look At Major’s Record! 

    ….even when it meant betraying what he himself believed “Europe” was wrong about.

    Nor am I referring to rich-bitch Gina Miller, though she certainly is very unwilling to discuss certain things…

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    …as proven by her infamous anguish…What’s the truth about Gina Miller? …when enquiries are conducted into her murky background.

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    No, I’m talking about Raymond McCord, who has reportedly launched a legal challenge to Bojo on the grounds that ‘turmoil’ may ensue if the PM is in breach of the Bad Friday Deal.

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    Not for me to debate here whether there’s case to answer, but the petitioner certainly knows his way around a court of law.

    In 2014 McCord was convicted of benefit fraud, pleading guilty to thirteen counts totalling £69,000 in mis-claimed housing benefit, incapacity benefit and industrial injury reduced earnings allowances. He was given a sentence of 18 months imprisonment, suspended for three years.

    That’s from wikipedia, but I was so shocked that I double-checked – and it’s quite true!

    Neither the Guardian nor the BBC bothered to give us this useful insight into McCord’s character.

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    Instead they duplicitously describe him only as a ‘victims campaigner.’ 

    Having said all that, he might be a nicer person than Gina Miller!

     
    • Billy King 13:11 on September 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a champion for Brussels and Dublin to have, eh?

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