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  • ross1948 18:32 on May 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Unionists,   

    Empower Leering Banshees, Demands D.C. Dotard 

    For Indonesian readers, a reminder – in ancient Gaelic-Irish folklore, a banshee is a scary female spectre, not much like the ‘banci’ ( same pronunciation) who are trannies (fake-women) often arrested for immoral activities in Jakarta and other Indonesian cities.

    Unpleasant awakening today, to BBC World News, which was showing a photo of two horrid brutes, beaming as they gloated over Sinn Fein’s electoral advances.


    Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald (left) arrives with Vice-President Michelle O'Neill (right) to the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast as counting continued yesterday afternoon

    Mary Lou McDonald with Michelle O’Neill


    Yet while such visual affront was disagreeable enough, the words we immediately heard ( 9am Jakarta time) were utterly offensive….



    …..that the United States was calling for a return to ‘power-sharing…’ .

    i.e. including in the government of British Ulster the Green Nazi gang whose spokespersons have never repudiated the cowardly terrorism of the IRA, quite the opposite, in fact…



    The leaders of all non-disloyal parties should get together as soon as possible,  and issue a joint statement, responding to the insolent intrusion of The Dotard in DC…



    …which can be worded as they wish but in essence should say…



    • Billy King 21:02 on May 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      What a brilliant description! Leering banshees!
      Biden can’t run his own country, so why is he sticking his nose into Ulster?
      If Johnson was any kind of national leader, he would tell foreign governments to chuck their meddling.


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

    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 16:34 on October 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Unionists   

    Bojo! Erase The Shame of B.Liar’s Secret IRA Deal! 

    Not that many Brit readers need reminding of how Tony B.Liar kept the truth from parliament and public about his slimy deal with Sinn Fein/IRA…


    …by which republican blood-beasts got ‘get out of jail free’ passes as a cosy little undisclosed add-on to the Bad Friday Agreement.

    But according to the Guardian last weekend, arrests are currently a practical proposition with regard to a brace of Sinn Fein scum, one of whom ‘has links to the current Sinn Féin leadership who promoted him through the party’s ranks.

    Yes, another example of the Guardian’s bold investigative ‘journalism,’ in that they obviously know the vermins’ identities, but choose to collaborate in a cover-up.

    Their excuse seems to be that a decision to prosecute may take up to TWO YEARS!

    Why should the people be kept in the dark that long?

    But that kind of info is never hermetically sealed off.

    If the hacks know, then more than a few MPs must know too.

    Around half the House of Commons comprises treacherous disloyals, whose allegiance is to Brussels, not Britain…


    …but of the other half, there has to be a courageous handful who could stand up tomorrow, using parliamentary privilege…




    …and expose the dirty tricks that have long protected members of the murder gang mentioned in the media.

    If you live in Ulster, and have a Unionist MP, ask him or her to do the right thing.

    Name and shame the scum.

    Then call on the Prime Minister and Attorney General to authorise arrests.

    End the cover-up!

    PS – if you read the linked report, you’ll see that there’s also a strong chance that some lawyers may face perjury charges.

    I add that tidbit because some of you may read this at breakfast time…


    …and there’s surely few better ways to start your day than to contemplate the thought of lawyers going to jail!

    • Billy King 20:14 on October 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      As always I agree with you.


    • Joan Anderson 21:28 on October 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Like you, I am of Ulster stock. I am therwfore am predisposed to suppirt Ulster.

      Even if I was a hottentot, I would still be able to see what a rat Johnson is..


  • ross1948 20:00 on September 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Omagh Council, , , terrorist Seamus McIlwaine, , Unionists   

    In Ulster, SDLP Weasels Won’t Abhor Evil! 

    Interesting to read about Fermanagh and Omagh District Council in Ulster, where a gross Sinn Feiner made grossly offensive remarks about a dead rat.


    Hasil gambar untuk omagh stephen mccann



    The council is  – unfortunately – chaired by Stephen McCann ( pictured above) and his comments concerned an unlamented – by decent people- IRA terrorist named Seamus McElwaine.

    …in July, Chairman McCann said that he would not “go down the road of condemning” the Enniskillen bombing, and that the IRA’s McElwaine had “set the tone for a peaceful resolution to where we are going.”

    This led to SDLP, DUP and UUP councillors walking out of a July council meeting in protest.


    Hasil gambar untuk seamus mcilwaine ira

    SEAMUS MCELWAINE: Convicted of one murder and linked to a further tenhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4015524/Why-Army-facing-new-witch-hunt-IRA-killers.html

    The foul traitor escaped from prison but the admirable SAS took the swine out later.


    A motion calling for Chairman McCann to retract his comments was put forward at a council meeting on Tuesday by Ulster Unionist Party councillor Howard Thornton, and seconded by his party colleague councillor Chris Smyth.


    Thing is, Sinn Fein had 17 voting members present.

    In a council with a total of 40 members, that should not have been enough for the IRA fan-club to prevail – but they did.


    Councillors voted down the motion with 17 against, 12 in favour and five abstentions.

    Who abstained?

    The SDLP’s councillors abstained from the vote.

    So that walk-out reported above was  – as far as SDLP is concerned – a mere bit of play-acting.

    Who can possibly be surprised?

    Way back before the Bad Friday dirty deal was sealed by Blood-Beast Adams and Tony B.Liar…



    ..loyal Brits saw the SDLP’s true face – and a damned self-righteous face at that  – when their slimy John Hume, with Blood-Beast and Eire’s then Premier Albert Reynolds, joined hands to smash the democratic principle of majority rule in Ulster.



    One of the patriot unionists in Omagh observed after the vote that –

    “Really there is no change from Sinn Fein from 30 years ago…”

    Gambar terkait

    He might have said more or less the same thing about the SDLP!

    Both parties are driven by the same treasonous aspiration, to have the flag of a hostile alien republic fly over Ulster.


  • ross1948 09:15 on December 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Diane Dodds. Leslie Cree, FAI, Football Association of Ireland, , John Delaney, pro- terrorist songs, Sean South, Unionists   

    FAI or IRA? Demand Delaney’s Defenestration! 

    Football Association of Ireland chief executive John Delaney. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

    Football Association of Ireland’s John Delaney, who likes to sing the praises of IRA murder-gangsters


    FAI silence on video of John Delaney singing republican ballad

    That clown above is the big boss of the FAI, which, given its name, seems to aspire to be an ‘All Ireland’ body, masquerading as ‘non-sectarian.’
    But Delaney really, really loves to sing the praises of scumbag IRA terrorists.
    He was caught in the act, on video, doing just that.
    Outrage followed…
    A- from decent folk, appalled at his shameful conduct, and
    B- from Delaney himself, affronted that anyone should ‘invade his privacy’ i.e. expose his bigotry.
    Eventually, he issued a…what, apology?
    The mangy mutt only said he was sorry if he offended anyone.
    No need for me to spell out the reaction to the weasel’s words.
    Irish Times25 Nov
    UUP sports spokesperson Leslie Cree MLA issued a statement which read: “It is completely unacceptable for anyone to engage in singing in praise of a violent terrorist organisation, let alone someone in a position such as his.  
    “I notice that a partial apology from Mr Delaney included the line ‘If the song offends anyone I’m sorry’.“I can assure Mr Delaney that there is no ‘if’ about it. The song offends hundreds of thousands of people who lived their lives for decades under the threat of the bombs and guns of the IRA.”
    Quite so – Delaney deserves a red card. Hence my headline – I didn’t mean he should be hurled from a high window…
    just that he should be ejected from all senior positions of public responsibility.
    He added that the FAI have “a big decision to make as to whether or not it is wise to have this individual as the public face of their organisation”.


     DUP’s Diane

    Meanwhile, the DUP’s MEP Diane Dodds said: “He has issued a half-hearted apology and said that if he has upset anybody he’s sorry. That is simply not good enough, especially when he goes on to condemn those who recorded him singing the pro-IRA song.”

    • Nelson McCausland, DUP MLA for North Belfast, said: “John Delaney’s explanation has widened the issue out because he states that another pro-IRA song, Sean South of Garryowen, has been sung on the Irish team bus for years, right up to the current era. Sean South was an IRA man killed during an attack on an RUC station in January 1957 so it seems pro-IRA songs are part of the culture of the Irish Republic’s football team.“The FAI has a responsibility to investigate both issues and put an end to this practice.”


    And, one hopes, an end to Delaney’s disgraceful tenure in his job.

    But he’s only one facet of a deeply-rooted imperialist mind-set in Eire, which will never be appeased until the annexation of Ulster into that alien republic.


    • Mural, Shankill Parade, off Shankill Road.
    • No surrender!
    • BillyKing 10:51 on December 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Red Card, and three cheers for the Red White and Blue. Merry Christmas, Ross!


    • Danny Boy 16:08 on December 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply



  • ross1948 19:44 on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , referendum. George Square, Rule Britannia, , Taylor Gardner, Unionists   

    ‘Rule Britannia’ In Glasgow Streets – The Referendum Effect? 

    It was interesting to read that crowds of Scottish British patriots turned out in Glasgow, in a contest of choruses on referendum night, ‘Rule Britannia’ echoing around George Square.


    Demonstrators gesture beside police during tonight's demonstration in George Square. Picture: Reuters

    A Channel Four journo managed to smear these people – ‘what many interpret as nazzi-style salutes!’

    No media bias in UK, sure!



    Such displays of pride are rare, outside the Last Night of the Proms. I think the last time I recall such singing was for the Task Force going off to liberate the Falklands from Argie imperialism in 1982.

    Good to see that true Brit grit can still manifest itself in testing times!


    But a few other reactions are worth noting.

    One ‘celebrity’ quoted in the Express could well be in line for a job with the Jakarta Post!

    Taylor Gardner said he was “embarrassed of Scotland”.  He wrote: “I’m very embarrassed of Scotland. …” 




    One may be embarrassed BY something, or even embarrassed FOR someone, but OF?  That’s worthy of the stuff the JP sub-editors would approve.

    But more to the point, WHO is Taylor Gardener?

    I googled, and found a mechanic in Nebraska, but somehow doubt he’s got much interest in separatist movements in the UK.

    Can some reader help?

    Whoever he is, he’s surely more of a civilised being than the foul-mouth who scribbled THIS on his Twitter account. 

    “I should have expected this, because if you’d asked me to estimate how many c***s there were in Scotland, I’d have said about 2 million.”

    So – not that I’d ever wish to be acquainted with Frankie Boyle – who is he and why is he deemed worthy of mention?

    That was my question, and I decided to ask that too of Google. Turns out he’s an ex-alky, ex-dope-head, who thinks being grossly offensive qualifies him as a ‘comedian.’




    He’s also accused Israel of ‘apartheid’ policies and sought to succour some BERK  (that’s how you insult people politely, sir)  held in Guantanamo.

    His record of ‘humour’ is frankly sickening, handicapped kids considered fair game.

    What a sleazoid!


    • Joseph B. Fox 20:38 on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      “Berk” is Cockney rhyming slang, derived from “Berkshire hunt”. Go, as the Americans say, figure.


      • ross1948 22:54 on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, Mr. J, and I have indicated the meaning in previous posts.
        My point being there are more polite ways to insult somebody than the word the crass Boyle chose to deploy.


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