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  • ross1948 15:55 on August 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'hyper-devolved Irish federation', , David McWilliams, Irish Times bias, , Ulster/Eire border   

    Dublin’s Blabbering Pundits Need To Shut Up! 

    Who the HELL is David McWilliams?

    Have any of you, not least my British readers, especially my British readers in Ulster, ever heard of him?

    No matter!

    His arrogance scarcely deserves attention but since the ‘Irish Times’ gives his outrageous impertinence a platform, viz.

    Swiss model of local power is the key to successful united Ireland

    British people in northeast could run own affairs in hyper-devolved Irish federation


    Somebody has to tell him,  and other sticky-beak scribblers…

    Detached From Reality, Eire’s Dreams Fester! 

    …to take a deep breath, then –

    SHUT T. F. UP!

    You don’t get to tell people in a neighbouring country – with no designs on your territory – that you’ll graciously let them ‘run their own affairs,‘ as long as they knuckle under…



    …and accept enrolment in a ‘Hyper-Devolved Irish Federation.’

    Why can’t these Eire gutter-scribes leave Ulster alone?

    Ulster is NONE of their business!

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    If there are disloyals in British Ulster who can’t reconcile themselves to the fact that Ulster Brits have no wish to be part of any version…



    …of a ‘United Ireland,’ then it’s a fairly easy bus ride – or they can get on their bikes – and bugger off…

    …to where they’ll feel at home.

    PS  He’s in Wikipedia! Seems he has a reputation for shooting off his mouth, but guess what?

    In January 2007, McWilliams was selected as one of 250 Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum

  • ross1948 15:14 on January 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Ulster/Eire border   

    Eire Still Clings To Indefensible Expansionism! 

    HardTalk was on, earlier this week, and UK Pravda’s Sackur had a guest from the Emerald Isle, none other than the Eire government’s European Affairs minister, Thomas Byrne.

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    Thomas Byrne


    Much of the show was Byrne trying to defend the EUSSR’s handling of vaccines supplies and getting or not getting the promised supplies to member states.

    But towards the end, we had a timely reminder of the atavistic imperialism engrained in Dublin’s political class.

    Byrne said he wanted to ‘get some common projects started…to see how we can live in this shared island…

    Well, that’s not unreasonable, is it?

    Sovereign nations all over the world cooperate on matters of mutual interest.

    But most of those nations do not see these common concerns as a bridgehead to bring their neighbours under an alien flag.


    Byrne quickly dropped the mask of ‘good neighbour.’

    ‘I want unification. I make no bones about the fact that I want a United Ireland.’


    How dare he echo Hitler’s rhetoric?


    Or the pseudo-historical tripe spewed out by Red China when its storm-troops goose-stepped into Tibet?

    Any suggestion that a small nation sharing a geographical area with a larger nation must therefore be deemed a part of the larger nation…

    ….and ‘united’ under that expansionist neighbour’s flag is an affront, not only to the 1975 Helsinki Treaty which affirmed all existing borders across Europe…

    ….but also to the established international principle of self-determination. The Ulster people would have every right to resist by force any move to make this imperialist ambition a reality.

    If disloyals ever come close to a majority, re-partition backed by ammunition would be the only moral response.


    • Scott Douglas 17:07 on January 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Now this man is offensive.
      Who does he thnk he is to dream out loud about grabbing Ulster?
      We don’t want to bring his republic under the Union Jack Why can’t they reciprocate our courtesy and respect for neighbours’ rights?


  • ross1948 22:58 on March 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Election Post-Mortem, , , Ulster/Eire border   

    Demonic Possession Epidemic Threatens UK! 

    Sinn Féin surges ahead of Fianna Fáil in first post-election opinion poll



    Across the Ulster/Eire frontier, and, across the water too, British patriots can hear the baying of blood-beasts, ever more powerful in that alien and hostile republic.





    • Emily Vlaamsten 09:22 on March 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I’m intrigued though not averse to you interpreting the latest Eire poll theologically.
      Sinn Fein and their IRA familiars are worse than demons.
      Demons were created to do evil. They have no choice.
      Sinn Fein and their IRA gangsters were born in human shape and form but have made the choice to cast off conscience and rejoice in iniquity.


    • Billy King 13:20 on March 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, they are demons, Sinn Fein IRA, followers of Satan or Lucifer or whatever name people want to give to evil.
      Just think, all those IRA murders and Sinn Fein never the once saying those murders were sins against Christianity or any kind of belief in God.


  • ross1948 05:06 on February 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Ulster/Eire border   

    Nasty Nancy – Trump’s Sworn Foe, Britain’s Enemy Too! 

    Most Brits who take an interest in their country’s well-being will never forget that Donald Trump took their side in the Brexit battle…



    …in contrast to Obummer’s overtly anti-British, pro-Brussels antics.

    ( as of course Canadians will remember the creep’s arrogant intrusion into their internal politics )

    Obummer The Meddler Seeks To Succour Turd


    This week we have another reminder of the existence of   pro-Brussels collabos in the USA, in this particular report the notorious Nasty Nancy aka ‘La Plastica’ Pelosi…



    …her Democrat faction invoked by a Sinn Fein scumbag in Eire’s legislature as a champion who will subvert any UK/US trade deal unless BoJo knuckles under to EUSSR arrogance on the Ulster/Eire frontier dispute.

    The Democrats have long been infested with Sinn Fein sympathisers, but La Plastica’s prima-donna tantrum last month…

    ….when she childishly tore up her copy of the President’s State of the Union speech, was a useful warning of the fanaticism likely to emerge in the months ahead.

    After all, given her rabid hostility to any moves towards securing her own country’s borders, British people should not be in the least surprised that she wants to leave a British province’s border as open as possible…

    …despite the proximity of a hostile and expansionist republic.


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