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  • ross1948 22:54 on June 15, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Ulster UK,   

    If You’re A Unionist…This Friday…Tune In! 

    This Bruges Group has done excellent work over the years, so I’m surprised they’re not banned from Facebook!

    Just letting you know, so if you have time…

    Join the meeting and watch online:
    Click here to watch the online conference through Zoom

    Lectures: 2pm – 3pm
    Discussion: 3pm – 3.30pm

    The meeting will be simulcast via zoom and through the Bruges Group’s Facebook group.


    • Billy King 23:48 on June 15, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      I might just tune into this.
      Thanks, Ross


    • Billy King 23:49 on June 15, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Never trust the Tories!
      That Julian Smith, that used to be their Northern Ireland secretary said he’s on their side over their Erse equality sh-te. I expect Johnson is too. We’ll son see.
      It is getting people so angry, the way Sinn Fein is treated like a political party when everybody knows what it really is.


  • ross1948 01:00 on June 10, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ulster UK   

    Another Ulster Rally Against The Sell-Out! 

    I think our post last night…

    Overt Arrogance Echoes in Dublin!

    …has a few more Ulster folk reading our blog, so here’s a reminder for them, if they don’t already know.



  • ross1948 22:45 on January 31, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Carrots, , , Ulster UK   

    Article 16? Time For UK To Use It! 

    How many of you knew about that hitherto obscure Article 16 which Kaiserin Ursula invoked, then ‘unvoked’ so quickly?



    I didn’t.

    But now it’s out in the open…

    ….like Hope escaping from Pandora’s Box, and here are a couple of reasons that Britain should make good use of it.

    Eight days for carrots to get to Belfast with complex Brexit checks
    A day at a frozen food transport firm in Northern Ireland exposes the obstacles to moving goods across the Irish Sea


    Johnsons could continue to sell in Northern Ireland if it used concrete or plastic to keep plants from touching the soil but, says Jonathan Whittemore, the firm’s head of production, that would mean a “complete change” in its processes…


    This is looney-tunes stuff.

    Yet another opportunity for The Jellyfish to grow a backbone…



    …and ACT, by means of Article 16, to restore sanity – and sovereignty! – throughout the United Kingdom.


    • JazPen 23:33 on January 31, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      I dont see how anybody can disagree with you on this.
      Brits were wise to get out, now they should scrape the last bits of debris from their shoes


  • ross1948 19:07 on September 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Sir Robert Neill MP, Ulster UK, Westminster amendment   

    Remainer Rebel Bob Neill’s A Lawyer – And Worse! 

    On the tried and tested principle of ‘Know Your Enemy,’ we took a quick look into this geezer Bob Neill, MP, and were not surprised to learn that he’s a lawyer by trade.


    Official portrait of Sir Robert Neill MP crop 2.jpg

    Europhiliac Neill actually looks like a lawyer!

    He’s also a Freemason – I was thinking the other day, with the virus ban on handshaking…

    …how do Freemasons recognise each other when they meet for the first time?

    But that’s their problem.

    Sir Bob Neill is a problem for Brits who understand that the Brussels Empire is an implacable enemy!



    It was interesting to read that even Boris Johnson has openly admitted this…


    Boris Johnson: EU a threat to integrity of the UK

    PM defends decision to alter Brexit divorce deal, saying he cannot hand Brussels the ‘power to carve up our country’ Daily Telegraph, 12/9


    …though whether Bojo has the guts to say this to the Euro-Commissars’ arrogant faces remains to be seen.

    Incidentally, Bojo’s political judgement must still be in grave doubt after he had the Queen confer a knighthood on Neill, as recently as this year, for political services!

    Because Neill is what he always has been, a Europhiliac, who has been identified as having, not once, but TWICE…


    ….backed the ghastly un-conservative Kenneth Clarke as Conservative Party leader.

    And now Neill is the author of an amendment which would undermine Johnson’s attempt, albeit timid and belated, to tackle Brussels’ insidious intention to undermine British Ulster’s place in the United Kingdom.

    Ireland FURY: Dublin lashes out at Boris Johnson over Brexit…

    We know that Neill is a man whose stalwart devotion to following the letter of the law is a matter of record.

    As of 2008, Neill claims an allowance for a second home outside London, despite his constituency home being only 12 miles from Westminster.[17]

    A spokesman said that his claims were “in accordance with the rules”.[18]   Wikipedia

    We also know Johnson’s move must be in the right direction because Ulster’s bad neighbour, expansionist Eire, is angry!


    Image result for evil irishman


    Boris attacked by Taoiseach after Brexit plan shock


    Johnson cannot, unfortunately, recall that knighthood, but he can expel Neill from the Parliamentary Conservative Party if the posh barrister persists with that wrecking amendment.



    It will be a test of Bojo toughness to see if such expulsion is decreed, as happened once before, but before any patriotic Brits cheer any such move, best bide yer time, as they say…



    Bojo Brings Back Half The Rat-Pack! 

    …because the last time Johnson flexed his ‘muscles’ like that, he performed one of his many u-turns and let a lot of them back in!



    • Petra Malley 22:08 on September 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Is it not enlightening, how a rich barrister (there are no other kind of barristers) can and happily does claim a substantial allowance in respect of a ‘second home, ‘ despite his constituency, Bromley, being a London borough only a short train journey to and from Westminster.
      It is possible, probable, that barristers do not use public transport but that is another question, the answer to which would also be enlightening.
      As to Johnson, he has a large enough majority to get his little alteration passed. I think it would be wonderful if May joined Neill in rebellion and was expelled.
      She might turn on the water-works again and flood Parlianent Square!


  • ross1948 17:40 on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Ulster UK   

    BBC Don’t Think Pelosi Meddling’s “Incredibly Provocative?” 

    Incredibly provocative!’

    That was BBC’s Vicky Young giving her impartial verdict on the British Government’s perfectly legitimate move on Ulster.

    But whom did it provoke?

    Britain’s adversaries, of course.



    The Brussels Empire does not like any challenge to its arrogance.

    The Remainers of the Labour, LibDem and SNP separatist parties, undoubtedly.

    But even Ms.Young had to admit that many a Brit will find no fault with the remedial legislation.

    Curiously, no BBC hack or hackette described Plastic Pelosi’s meddling in British affair ‘incredibly provocative!’



    But young Vicky Young’s senior UK Pravda comrade Eades…


    David Eades - David Eades Photos - SportAccord 2018 - Day 5 - Zimbio

    ( yes, him again!  So NOBODY Objects To Toppling Robert E Lee? BBC Censorship! )


    …was back on the screen at 11.30, quoting that old has-been John Major, ever-ready to jump through Europhiliac hoops as required…


    …the PM who pled ignorance while his henchman Mayhew was up to his snobby neck in plotting sell-out with Sinn Fein/IRA…

    UKIP Un-British? Look At Major’s Record! 

    …then turning to John Fitzgerald, a Dublin professor, a typical BBC ‘expert,’ who waxed and wailed about how ‘serious’ the issue was, invoking Plastic Pelosi as one justification for his rant.

    Eades did the usual BBC trick, one ‘expert’ tearing into the proposed British legislation, and another…ooops, no other expert, with or without inverted commas, no balance at all!

    Their next guest was Nick Beak, BBC’s own Brussels correspondent, who told us how wounded were the feelings of the Euro-Commissars.

    Big deal!


    At that point, happy deliverance, a welcome visitor came to brighten my day, so no more BBC till nearly 3pm.

    When I switched the tv back on, another BBC hackette named Philippa Thomas was providing a platform for one of the X-Stinko gang, a man named Todd.

    She never once challenged his eulogy of that green lout outfit…

    ….never even tried to put him on the spot over the recent assault on press freedom.

    • meadowlark 22:47 on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You’re mentally ill, cucktard.


      • ross1948 23:05 on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for your considered opinions, most of which were incoherent, so I am simply affording you the chance to get your main point across.
        You also seem to lack patience as well as courtesy.
        Many commenters wait 24 hours or more before I get round to reading them.
        Have a nice day.


    • meadowlark 22:55 on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Why is my comment awaiting moderation? Why do you moderate comments if you are a terrorist-sympathizer who traffics in Neo-Nazi rhetoric and hate speech? How is that pro-Free speech?

      Approve my comments and you allow your hermit kingdom to collapse under the weight of democracy, fauxnarch, hide my comment and you admit you are a coward who fails to even pretend to have principles, and I have evidence of your cowardice that you cannot suppress.

      It is your choice, terrorist. Either way, keep up That Zaney Hatespeech, or your prison buddies will be dropping you like the Whites-Only soap you’ve forcibly inserted in your rabble-rousing trouser-flap, eh too, brute who is not U.S.?


      • ross1948 23:08 on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        I am publishing this latest outburst so normal people will appreciate why I cut much of the drivel out of your previous comment.
        Please take your meds and be calm.


      • Keith Milner 09:45 on September 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        I would say that this comment comes from somebody who is seriously disturbed, bordering on criminally dangerous.
        If Meadow-Lurch is American, the FBI should be keeping an eye on him.


      • Amanda Adams 16:25 on September 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Why was your comment delayed? Because you are rude and stupid, but I think Ross looked it over and decided showing everyone what a twisted twit you are would do our cause no harm.


    • Mel Henderson 10:12 on September 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If Antifa want to start commenting here, they should get somebody who can write in English, not an idiot who can’t even quote Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar correctly.
      Meadowlark must have skipped a lot of school.
      I think he has to understand that all bloggers have a purpose and Ross uses his to push causes he supports.
      When psychotics comment offering nothing but insults, no reason to publish those.


  • ross1948 21:38 on September 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Ulster UK   

    Will Brussels Reward Ulster’s Dublin Enemy With High Office? 

    A dangerous man, that Dublin ranter, Simon Coveney, infamous for his arrogance…


    Gambar terkait


    ….for sticking his insolent snout into British internal affairs…

    viz. …

    “..there can be no British-only direct rule. That is the Irish government’s position.”


    Always remember he made it his mission to thwart Britain’s deliverance from the Fourth Reich…

    Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence! 

    Presumably that’s what EUObserver meant when it called him a Brexit specialist.



    But others remember him rather more accurately, as a nasty trouble-maker, as eager to collaborate with the Fourth Reich as De Valera was with the Third Reich.

    Others, like Steve Aiken, the Unionist MLA, who identified ‘Leo Varadkar and his Tánaiste’ Simon Coveney as the bad neighbours who  had been “unhelpful…on many occasions they have racked up tensions that did not deserve to be there”.


    And now Coveney reckons he’ll get his reward for all that anti-Ulster endeavour, ‘following the recent resignation of Phil Hogan for flouting anti-coronavirus restrictions.

    The swine’s not backward at coming forward!

    I’m not ruling myself out but this is subject to a decision of the Taoiseach [prime minister] and party leaders…”


    True Brits on Ulster and the mainland will watch with interest, but not too concerned.

    The EUSSR is an enemy entity.



     One more or one less ratbag among theEuro-Commissars will not make that much difference.


    • David Dunn 22:03 on September 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He will cause trouble in Brussels, but that’s nothing new.
      I always supported Brexit, for years, because it seemed to be a simple method of making the border between the UK and Eire firmer, both in principle and in structural ways.
      Thanks to Johnson, this has not happened.
      Time for a re-think, anything but Eire!
      We have to look to our future as a nation and that might mean redrawing the border to get rid of a lot of the bad citizens who have never been true to our Crown or our right to self-determination. You’ve said as much yourself.
      Then take back control.
      A Dominion of Ulster?
      Why not?


    • Billy King 22:14 on September 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He’s a real deceitful sly person, all smiles but always plotting to gain power in Ulster.
      Dublin politicians look for any way to get their claws into us, not caring that we want nothing to do with Dublin.
      Coveney like the rest of them, a bad lot.
      Good for you Ross, that you keep an eye on them.


  • ross1948 20:09 on August 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: dirty war, , , , Ulster UK, unrepentant terrorist,   

    The Hag Spoke Directly From Sinn Fein’s Black Heart! 

    While BLM terror in America continues to grip our attention, the hatred expressed by savages towards police there reminding many of us of Sinn Fein’s denigration of the RUC…


    Have a Care, Haass – Don’t Equate IRA Scum With Patriot Police 


    …it’s surely appropriate for Brits to pay attention to the foul ranting of an unrepentant terrorist nearer home.

    France 24’s “Debate” Features Jew-Bashing Convicted Terrorist! 

    Hasil gambar untuk martina anderson MEP

    Found this via Google Search – which one’s Evil Anderson?

    Sinn Fein is of course infested with unrepentant terrorists, as we have noted from time to time.

    Mr. Speaker, Sir – You’re the Scum of the Earth! 

    But the vile hag Martina Anderson seems absolutely determined to remind the IRA murder-gang’s victims that the the IRA’s fan-club may have been admitted to the corridors of power but has not changed its tune, claiming the Troubles victims’ pension would mainly benefit “those who fought Britain’s dirty war in Ireland”.

    The ‘Troubles’ always seems an inadequate description of the IRA campaign of brutal, cowardly terrorism waged against men, women and children.

    A ‘Dirty War’ is more apt. Not for anything done by the good guys, but for evil deeds…


    ….overseen by Sinn Fein devils like Blood-Beast Adams and Murder McGuinness!



    After the Stormont Justice Minister quoted a likely cost of £800m, the hag Anderson responded with a sweet tweet.

    “£800m 4 pensions mainly for those who fought Britain’s dirty war in Ireland. £800m mainly 4 those involved in collusion. …£800m mainly 4 British troops like Paras who murdered people on Bloody Sunday and Ballymurphy. £800m mainly to discriminate and criminalise and exclude.”

    Obviously the representatives of loyal British people in Ulster were affronted, but even  the republican-lite SDLP’s Colum Eastwood felt a need to abhor the evil sow’s outburst.

    Eastwood’s words – “unacceptable, disgusting and grossly insulting to hundreds of victims who sustained life-changing physical and psychological injuries” – are accurate enough.

    The rabid bitch has since deleted the offensive tweet.



    Big deal!

    The message was loud and clear.

    And at least one loyal Ulster leader understood.



    TUV leader Jim Allister said that Ms Anderson could “always be relied on to lower the tone” but her “outbursts” likely reflected Sinn Fein’s actual thinking better than the contributions of “some of its more subtle figures”.

    And sure enough, Jim’s analysis was promptly confirmed – by Sinn Fein itself.

    “It’s our view that this scheme will be exclusionary, discriminatory and divisive. Its policy intent was and remains to create a hierarchy of victims and reinforce the British state narrative around the conflict.

    Which is exactly what The Hag said!

    Of course any dispensation of public funds must, or ought to be, exclusionary and discriminatory.

    Not a penny of pension should reach any scum known to be associated in any way with Sinn Fein/IRA.

    All they deserve is a painful death!

    Not that I’m advocating unlawful activity. Just hoping they’ll get cancer!

    • Billy King 20:30 on August 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I love those pictures of the old hag, Riss.
      I remember you had them in another of your postings and we had a good laugh in the pub, like a wee quiz, which was the real Anderson.
      As you say, the disloyals should not benefit at all.
      I would just add Covid and Ebola to that cancer idea.


      • Josh E 23:14 on August 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Anderson, as a convicted IRA terrorist, is an expert on dirty wars.
        I agree with you, Billy.
        But any painful end for any of them would be alright by me!


  • ross1948 16:49 on May 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brit holidays, , , Ulster UK   

    Enemy Eire – “We Don’t Want You Brits Here!” 

    Just watched the BBC news, 5.20pm, Friday, and they had a cheery airline expert on, Simon Colver, I think his name was, telling us that Brits might need to wait 6 months for cash refunds.

    How many fancy homes does the Ryanair Remainiac own?

    More Reasons To Eschew Alien Remainer’s Ryanair

    Hasil gambar untuk Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive, Ryanair

    Let’s Ruin Ryanair – Boycott Europhiliac O’Leary

    He should be made to sell them and pay up promptly.

    But much more interesting was the interviewee’s comment on how he had earlier been saying that UK tourists might, if there are no flights to their preferred Med destinations, choose ‘Ireland.’

    Then he added that, having given his listeners that idea, he had been inundated with furious messages from ‘Ireland,’ saying.

    ..”We Don’t Want You Brits Here!”

    I rather think those messages came not so much from the geographical area defined as the island of Ireland but from the alien republic that styles itself..

    Brits should accept that Eire is and always has been a hostile neighbour.

    This was indeed a deadly moment in our life, and if it had not been for the loyalty and friendship of Northern Ireland we should have been forced to come to close quarters with Mr. de Valera or perish forever from the earth.

    However, with a restraint and poise to which, I say, history will find few parallels, we never laid a violent hand upon them…

    ..Image result for devalera hitler

    ….which at times would have been quite easy and quite natural, and left the de Valera Government to frolic with the German and later with the Japanese representatives to their heart’s content. Winston Churchill


    Don’t waste money going there when you can spend many a happy day in Ulster…

    ….a beautiful province of the United Kingdom!

    PS – The 6pm news omitted the tell-tale part of Simon’s input!

  • ross1948 19:35 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: a ti-British litigation, , , , Ulster UK   

    Welfare Bum Loses Anti-UK Court Case – Who Pays? 

    • So!

    Anti-Brexit campaigner Raymond McCord has lost a Court of Appeal action against the British government over the border on the island of Ireland.


    That McCord is a disloyal scumbag with a criminal record, a convicted benefit bludger, so he deserved public contempt even before he decided to take up litigation as a hobby.

    Remember his legal challenge to Bojo on the grounds that ‘turmoil’ might ensue if the PM were in breach of the Bad Friday Deal?


    Image result for ray mccord

    He’s a vile parasite.

    In 2014 McCord was convicted of benefit fraud, pleading guilty to thirteen counts totalling £69,000 in mis-claimed housingbenefit, incapacity benefit and industrial injury reduced earnings allowances.

    He was given a sentence of 18 months imprisonment, suspended for three years.

    The dirty sponging pig ( whom the Eire newspaper on whose report we base our discussion prefers to describe as a ‘victims campaigner!’) should have been locked up until every penny was repaid!

    Now he’s dragged his hang-ups through various levels up to the Court of Appeals. Anyone who knows about lawyers and courts knows that would not have been an inexpensive process.

    He claimed the Northern Secretary’s failure to set out circumstances in which he would direct the holding of a poll on unifying both parts of the island breached constitutional issues.

    He lost, of course, and with his track record in legal whinery, perhaps no surprise.

    But the key question for honest British folk, both in Ulster and on he mainland, surely has to be…

    Who pays for all this nonsense?

    Will British tax-payers be the ‘victims’ in this sorry saga, forced to fund the louse’s legal action?

    If so, who will step up to be their ‘victims campaigner?’

    Or is there a hidden hand, an Enemy Within, that’s been backing the bludger b-stard’s court bleating?

    Judging from this other report not so long ago…

    TUV’s Jim Allister and DUP MPs Gregory Campbell and Carla Lockhart have submitted Freedom of Information (FoI) requests about the level of assistance he has received.

    Their involvement emerged as Mr McCord was granted permission to challenge a decision to release the funding details.


    Honest Jim of TUV, I’d guess, will be the man to step up and get answers!

    • Billy King 21:09 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I had to think about this one, Ross, which picture is the best likeness of McCord.


    • Cora Kidd 22:47 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If he has no money except whatever he got from his benefit cheating, either it’s another legal aid scandal or somebody very shy of publicity is putting up the money for this.
      The government should be making McCord pay the costs of his failed litigation, and at the very least must have records.
      Are they in on a cover-up?


  • ross1948 17:21 on April 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Nightingale hospitals, , Ulster UK   

    What An Arrogant Sinn Fein Toad! 

    Sinn Féin have accused Robin Swann of the UUP of “unilaterally” requesting the help of the British army without consulting the Stormont Executive first.


    Two Sinn Fein Treasonous Toads

    the party is dismayed that other members of the Northern Ireland Executive were not consulted on such a sensitive matter.  


    And here we all thought the ‘war was over?’

    That foul GFA appeasement scheme we noticed last Friday ostensibly acknowledged Ulster would be part of the United Kingdom unless and until there was a ‘border poll’ that went the wrong way.

    Let’s disregard, for the moment, the issue of principle we have often emphasised, that the Ulster-Brits’ right to self-determination would…

    The Somme, The On-Going Threat…and A Dominion of Ulster? 

    …if such a poll resulted in a win for the disloyal parties, certainly require a re-delineation of the international frontier to recognise that right.

    Today, this year, as things stand, there can be no hogwash objections to UK armed forces operating anywhere within the UK.

    Any dirty Sinn Fein/I.R.A toad whose warts swell with ‘sensitivity’ when confronted with that right and proper reality…




    ….should be told to crawl back under its stone or hop off down the road to Dublin!

    • Billy King 19:15 on April 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Good point made.
      Sinn Fein think they run the show.


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