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  • ross1948 08:30 on June 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Australian Business Association, , , , Varadkar   

    Evil OTW To Oz? Beware Blood-Beast’s Bimbo 

    Whilst I have often expressed a low opinion of Eire’s Varadkar….A Dog’s Life – Ulster Protocol’s Double-Standard?..it’s fair to say he showed a good grasp of the essentially evil nature of Sinn Fein in Dublin this week.

    You can read his take-down of what used to be accurately recognised as the ‘political wing’ of the IRA murder-gang..


    …in the link below.

    But of more immediate concern was the revelation – or accusation, if confirmed – that Australia’s leading Big Biz spokesmen ( and women, presumably) are planning to meet the malevolent Sinn Fein sow Mary Lou McDonald…


    Gambar terkaitBlood-Beast Adamd beams at Mary Lou McDonald, who says  –‘…it was necessary…to take up arms against the British state… ‘


    …who, said Varadkar, ‘is about to announce another first-class trip to Australia, which she should be undertaking in the next couple of weeks..

    ….where she’ll be clinking champagne glasses with the Trinity alumni in Australia and meeting the Australian Business Association.” https://news.sky.com/story/sinn-fein-contains-huge-number-of-convicted-criminals-varadkar-says-in-parliament-row-12635096

    If Trinity University grads want to soil themselves by swilling champers with scum, up to them.

    But I hope that significant numbers of Australians, especially share-holders in the businesses concerned…



    …will wax vociferous, reminding the Big Biz big-wigs what the vixen’s idea of ‘taking up arms’ actually meant.


    • Scott Douglas 15:42 on June 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Australians are down to earth decent people in my experience, but big business in every country usually puts a fast buck first.
      So we will find out soon if it’s the same tnere.
      This woman’s a true she-devil.
      Would they host the leadership of ISIS?


  • ross1948 21:31 on February 8, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    So NOW Sinn Fein’s Ties To Murder-Gang Matter? 

    It’s the ‘suddenly’ in the opening sentence of the Times article that’s significant, because it means I’m not the only one who recognises the hypocrisy and double-standards of the political class in Britain’s bad neighbour.

    We have seen for decades how leading politicians in Eire are ever-ready to embrace the Vermin Party…

    Lest We Forget…Eire’s Neck-Deep Collusion With Murder! 

    …from Albert Reynolds…



    …to Enda Kenny, treating Sinn Fein/IRA’s Blood-Beast Adams as if he were some sort of human being…



    So when the Times writer says that…

    –  Sinn Fein’s relationship with the IRA is suddenly an issue again, north and south. It has been raised in the Republic’s general election, with taoiseach Leo Varadkar saying Sinn Fein is “not a normal party” and takes decisions “not necessarily made by elected politicians”. Fianna Fail has identified these non-elected politicians as “the army council in Belfast”. Labour has called them “the old leadership of the IRA.” Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have cited the inquiry into Stormont’s renewable heat incentive (RHI), at which a Sinn Fein minister testified that he needed consent from senior republicans to act.

    ….we are entitled to call them all out, because each and every one of those parties has, by refusing to abandon the annexionist, expansionist ideology which seeks a ‘United Ireland,’ has legitimised Sinn Fein’s activities.

    Sinn Fein’s response has effectively been to say: “So what?”

    • Billy King 00:20 on February 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Too true, they are all as bad as each other


    • Polly J 14:08 on February 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The truth is, blame Blair and Major for letting Sinn Fein into Ulster’s government, for treating Sinn Fein as a political party and not as what they are, the mouthpiece of a murderous gang.
      If they now get a lot of votes in today’s election, we will be on notice that murder has many friends in Eire, that’s true but we have always known that.
      Most of the people in that country still want to seize our country. They are our enemies, always were and always will be.


  • ross1948 20:52 on October 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    De Valera/Hitler…Varadkar/Merkel…Time After Time! 

    enemyaliensIrish PM Leo Varadkar in Berlin

    … she said a deal would never be possible unless Northern Ireland stayed in a customs union.


    Let’s remember what Churchill said after DeValera expressed his condolences on the death of Adolf Hitler.

    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…

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    ….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.


    Dublin/Berlin- ‘Nexus’ or Axis? 

    • Billy King 21:13 on October 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Our eternal enemy, back in the arms of Germany once more;


    • Wayne 08:35 on October 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, it’s a disgrace that Eire never stops sticking its nose into Ulster’s affairs.
      Varadkar is no better than De Valera and DeValera was a total sh-t.


  • ross1948 10:38 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence! 

    Congratulations to Ulster Unionist MLA Steve Aiken, who has told the truth, that ‘politicians in Dublin have “racked up tensions” over Brexit. ‘

    Naming the noisome pair who have stuck their aggressive noses across the border into British affairs, and not just on Brexit, I might add…


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    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs

    ….he identified ‘Leo Varadkar and his Tánaiste’ (why does the BBC use an alien language when they mean ‘Deputy Prime Minister’ – they don’t describe Merkel as the German ‘Kanzlerin?’) 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”.


    He was speaking at Westminster, to MPs on the Commons  Northern Ireland Committee.

    Given the number of friends that Ulster’s enemies have in the House of Commons…



    Comrade Corbyn with Blood-Beast Adams.

    …it’s good to know there are voices heard there that represent decent loyal citizens.

    • David Dunn 10:53 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Most people in Ulster would agree with Steve Aiken about this.
      They would agree with your point on that language issue too. I’ve noticed that before, how the BBC discriminates against other countries, only using foreign words for political titles when it is the Dublin government involved.
      That should stop.
      Of all the countries in the world, Eire is Britain’s worst enemy.
      Why should the BBC show them special treatment?


      • Andy Fyfe 20:08 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I have been looking through the media and not very many of them follow the BBC fashion of regaling us with that foreign language when they report on The Dublin Mob.
        I wouldn’t object if they use Scottish Gaelic or Welsh. They are British languages, have been longer than English.
        I do mind when they use a language that a hostile country claims, even though most of its people don’t ever use it.


    • Billy King 19:07 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Aiken is right, and so is David that commented before me.
      Dublin just wants their boot on our neck!


  • ross1948 16:24 on January 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Axis, , De Valera, , , Nexus, Varadkar   

    Dublin/Berlin- ‘Nexus’ or Axis? 

    Image result for devalera hitler

    German and Eire leaders – As a neutral leader, de Valera trod a fine line between Nazi Germany and Britain, not helped by a pro-Nazi envoy in Berlin and his controversial condolences on Hitler’s death



    eternal enemy

    That was then, and this is now!

    The emerging Irish-German nexus on the Irish border backstop “fix” is being seen as significant in Irish political circles, where people also point to the fact that Varadkar speaks German and has a good working relationship with Merkel. They point out it was Merkel, not the taoiseach, who requested the phone call with Varadkar last Thursday.https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/07/germany-and-ireland-step-up-efforts-to-find-brexit-border-fix

    History repeats itself?

    Image result for merkel varadkar

    • Billy King 20:03 on January 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Some things do not change.


    • Dee Fox 21:14 on January 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A very useful reminder!
      Thank you.


    • Hilda Cotton 15:35 on January 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A timely reminder of who Britain’s most vicious enemy is.
      Brussels wants to rule Britannia, but Eire wants to tear her apart.


  • ross1948 23:01 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Brit-Baiting Varadkar Must Pay A Price! 

    May is on her way to meet Britain’s tormentors in Brussels today. Few of us will have much faith in her readiness to face the swine down.

    But speaking of swine…

    Not nearly enough attention has been paid to the wrecking role of Eire’s aberrant leader Varadkar in creating the current Brexit shambles.


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    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs! 


    Just as I took notice of his queer ‘No Fly Zone’ nonsense earlier this year…


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    …I also paid attention to what Ian Duncan Smith had to say not long ago, and so must many other people in the UK, about Eire’s preening prat and his deliberate exploitation of May’s weakness to advance an annexationist agenda, the same sort of stance we saw decades ago…



    …when the oily Albert Reynolds chose to line up with Blood-Beast Adams of the murder gang’s political wing and with that self-righteous slug John Hume of the ‘moderate’ SDLP, all three of them desperate to undermine British Ulster’s right to self-determination…


    Britain must put that Varadkar in his place.

    Priti Patel’s idea, squeeze his upstart hostile republic via the food trade, is not without merit.

    Priti Patel Minister.jpg Pretty Priti


    Anything that upsets a creature like Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald can’t be bad, can it?

    “They’re not entitled to wreck Ireland. And they need to really grasp and understand that,” she told reporters.


    After Sinn Fein/IRA’s wreckage of the lives and livelihoods of thousands of British people in Ulster over decades, a little pay-back might be seen as over-due.

    It’s strange that few if any other MPs, even on the right side of Brexit, have urged retaliatory action against Eire, because if you read the article published last month, you’ll see that the Dublin Government went out of its way, even more than did its sinilarly aggressive predecessors, to queer the pitch and put the boot into Britain.

    IDS discloses REAL REASON Irish border became key Brexit issue …

    For a very minimum start, immediate steps should be taken to get Eire citizens off the UK electoral rolls.

    We have said it before, but it is now much more urgent.

    Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit

    It is madness to give citizens of an alien, and deeply antagonistic, republic the right to vote, at any time, in British elections, and even more in any second referendum which may arise from the mess made by Theresa the Traitrix.

    • Billy King 23:09 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That’s the stuff, Ross.
      I was sitting here watching May and hoping you’d be up and at em.
      We need to kick the economic sh-t out of our bad neighbours across that far too soft souhern border!


    • Fiona F 23:14 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You wasted no time on this, Ross, though I would guess you were well-prepared.
      Now we need to watch her closely, because she is very very likely to come back with just a formula consisting of words with no legal standing.
      The backstop must be dumped altogether, no concessions to a country which stabbed us in the back during the Falklands War and has used the Brexit situation as you say to humiliate our country gleefully, getting Big Brother in Brussels to act as enforcer.


    • Molly Langton 23:18 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well said.
      Take the vote away from them and their ‘right’ to UK welfare benefits too.


    • Vanessa Reilly 23:32 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      My ancestors came from somewhere in what is now Eire but I like my parents and the rest of our family are British and proud of it.
      A lot of people who come across to England and act like they own the place have no loyalty at all and there are many sympathetic or worse to Sinn Fein.
      They should never get a vote in British elections or referendums and better still should be deported.


    • William Johnston 23:38 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dublin is no friend to us British people and we want nothing to do with them.
      They gave sanctuary to terrorists who murdered and maimed hundreds or thousands of innocent British people in Ulster and on the mainland too and we will never forgive them for that.
      They can stick it up their backsides


    • Petra Malley 23:50 on December 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I rarely disagree with you and I am not going to start disagreeing with you now.
      You have done us a favour by giving us that IDS story which was almost ignored by the major media, when it ought to have had an incendiary effect on both politicians and people.
      Dublin has always reached for a dagger to stick in Britain’s back whenever the time was opportune.
      Go back to DeValera and Hitler , or to Charles Haughey’s gun-running to the IRA and of course the Falklands.
      Any enemy of the British people was seen as a friend to Eire’s ambition to bring Northern Ireland under their flag.
      That’s how Varadkar sees Juncker today.


    • Edward Lamont 00:18 on December 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      An unholy alliance, EUSSR and Varadkar, cheered on by Sinn Fein, all of them determined to bully Britain into subservience.
      Who needs them.
      No Deal with the devils.


    • Lee Smith 00:38 on December 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I am not hostile to France or Germany or any other European country but I have no time for the Irish Republic.
      It’s very obvious that they are taking advantage of Brexit not to helpreach an amicable solution but only to weaken the unity of the United Kingdom.
      Priti Patel’s idea has my support and your idea of ending the privilege Irish Republican citizens have, voting in our elections, is something that should have been done years ago.


  • ross1948 19:25 on June 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Varadkar, The Latest Exemplar Of Ulster's Eternal Enemy! 

    Good for Ulster’s most forthright defender, TUV leader Jim Allister..


    ..who has denounced the latest manifestation of the disloyal minority’s treasonous recidivism as “sick and insulting”. https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/varadkar-endorsing-ira-terrorists-by-opening-west-belfast-festival-1-8525173

    Take this vile show, in Andersonstown Social Club.

    ‘The Great Escape’. This will see leaders of the 1983 Maze Prison jailbreak – in which 38 IRA prisoners escaped and a prison officer died – recount the event.

    Or this, due in August!

    ‘From Guerrilla War to Government –The Ballymurphy Story Tour!’

    Another good man, Ulster Unionist MLA Doug Beattie, refutes the title, rightly saying that the ‘guerilla war’ referred to in the programme “amounted to the murder of men, women and children….purely by the wording you get a sense that it is glorifying and romanticising terrorism.

    And guess who came mincing into Ulster from his foreign realm down south to open the programme of events.


    Hasil gambar untuk varadkar gerry adams

    Leo Varadkar, Eire’s ‘gay’ leader


    Mr Beattie recognises that “by opening the programme, he is endorsing the programme.

    “The promotion of terrorism is wrong and he should reconsider.”


    Sensible sentiments echoed by TUV’s Jim.

    Varadkar’s opening of the festival was “grossly insulting to victims of IRA terrorism….



    …given the nature of the event…an event which commemorates and celebrates a terrorist ‘success’ in this fashion is sick and insulting.

    “Once again the concerns of victims have been forgotten about.”

    “It would do no harm for the Irish Government to, for once, think about the concerns and feelings of innocent victims.“


    But why would Dublin’s annexationist in-crowd ever do that, Jim?

    They are currently using Brexit to pursue their endless political war against the British people of Ulster’s right to self-determination…


    …a goal they share whole-heartedly with the most evil men on the island of Ireland.

    But one question. I thought May’s government was meant to be taking action against those who glorify terrorism?

    Does that only apply to Islamists?

    If it is aimed at ALL terrorism, why have these disgusting events in Belfast not been shut down and its promoters arrested?

    • Billy King 19:52 on June 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Excellent, Ross, we all feel like Jim does.
      All their talk about their ‘peace process’ and they still love to glory in the murders they committed against us.


    • Vanessa 21:04 on June 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your final question is what hits hardest because we know Theresa May is not serious about fighting either form of terrorism.
      She is presiding over an open-arms welcome to ‘British’ ISIS adherents who should never be let back into Britain except to mount a gallows platform.
      Now we are reading about these outrages in Belfast, which are very clearly glorifying the IRA terror campaign.
      May’s failure to ban them (and detain the organisers) shows she is as soft on the IRA as she is on ISIS.
      She has to go.


    • Fiona 01:17 on June 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Theresa May has given hundreds of followers of the ISIS caliphate permission to come back to our country so she is not going to do anything about admirers of IRA terrorism in Ulster.
      She is no better than Corbyn and should not be described as conservative.
      I hope she is forced out of Downing Street sooner rather than later.


  • ross1948 22:55 on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    A Guardian Hag And Her Sinn Fein 'Saviours!' 

    The Guardian is a loathesome newspaper but this week it probed a new nadir of vileness, when it published a rant from far-left hag Polly Toynbee under the headline…

    Come to parliament, Sinn Féin, as saviours of Ireland – and Britain


    Here’s the hag…

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    …whom we have noticed before now. Islamophobe Polly Deplores Democracy – Elitist Subversion Rising 

    The foul old brute wants the 7-strong Sinn Fein/IRA cohort to give up their abstentionism and take up their seats at Westminster to help her own anti-Brexit jihad.


To be fair, Toynbee ( who says of the vermin gang that they could be heroes)  – though any piece of sh-t who talks of ‘Sinn Fein’ and ‘heroes’ in the same breath doesn’t deserve ‘fair’ – is only echoing that uppity queer in Dublin.

She names him in her article –

The taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, ventured to call on the party on Wednesday to take up their six – soon to be seven seats…

In other words, as with so many of his predecessors, notably Albert Reynolds…


Blood-Beast Adams, Eire’s ‘Taoiseach’ Albert Reynolds and the slimy SDLP leader John Hume shake on their anti-self-determnation pact


…the wretch Varadkar wants the current generation of the ‘political wing’ of the IRA murder gang to do his dirty work.

That’s no surprise.

But for ANY British person with a shred of decency to hail the enemies of the United Kingdom as ‘saviours’ and ‘heroes?’

How low can Toynbee sink?

  • ross1948 22:36 on January 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Bravo Sammy! Dublin’s Queer Told Off Good And Proper! 

    We’ve praised Sammy Wilson, of Ulster’s Democratic Unionist Party, not that long ago, and even recommended him for the job of Secretary of State for Education.


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    Time For Counter-Revolution – Sammy Wilson for Education Secretary! 

    Today, once more, he merits a word of praise, for his splendid denunciation of that queer Varadkar as a ‘nutcase!’


    Sammy pointed out that siding with “hard-line EU negotiators” could destroy the Irish economy.

    Yes, a properly brick-hard border – better still, a repartition….


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

    …with thousands of disloyal Sinn Fein/IRA voters deported beyond it, would do a lot of damage to Eire’s economy (please Sammy, don’t refer to it as the ‘Irish economy.’ – Ireland is a geographical expression, nothing more!)

    But Eire’s top queer has again been haranguing the UK, fretty that Britain might “backslide” on the border between the British Province of Ulster and his alien republic.

    It’s actually none of the uppity homo’s business and Sammy’s quite right to tell him off.

    However, I’m not sure that the DUP man was bang on target when he slammed Varadkar’s “naivety, inexperience, arrogance’ etc. this week.

    All true, yes, but the root of the problem is the continuing delusion among Dublin politicians that they have some kind of mystical right to intrude on Ulster’s affairs.



    True, Bliar’s Bad Friday Agreement shamefully permitted them to interfere in some areas.

    But that dirty deal is not set in stone. It needs to be unpicked, just as much as Britain’s relationship with Brussels.

    The sooner the UK gets a government that’s ready to tell the hubristic homo queer – and all those who share his sticky-beak instincts – to butt out…



    …and makes it clear that ‘Irish Republicans’ have rights ONLY in their ‘Irish Republic,’ i.e NOT in any part of the United Kingdom, the better.

    • Billy King 02:27 on January 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Sammy’s a fine fellow.


  • ross1948 00:01 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    A Dublin Veto?! Arrogant Eire Needs A Hard Lesson! 

    • Billy King 15:44 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      One of your best ever, Ross!
      I wish the RAF had flown back from Germany in 1945 and hit that Dev devil while he was mourning Hitler.
      They’re a bunch of b—tards down there, always trying to grab Ulster by hook or by crook.
      Theresa May? She is rubbish.
      Just a cardboard cut-out prime minister, the DUP was daft ever to trust her.


      • Byron Miller 11:27 on December 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Billy, the DUP were daft that is true and when I lived in Ulster I never voted for them.
        But now we are depending on them and it looks like they are doing what they can to stop May selling Ulster out.
        I see they are being blamed for the impass and I am grateful if they are.

        Whats really daft is the media who are saying that if Ulster gets special treatment then Scotland and even London should too.
        Do the media not understand that th DUP is not asking for special treatment but just the opposite, they want Ulster to be treated in term of ‘divergency’ just the same as the rest of the UK.!!


    • Chico McDonald 17:59 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Stop all trade with that hostile country, yes, and take away their voting rights, bigger yes!

      We had all that anti-British interference during our Brexit referendum, from their Prime Minister, or ‘Tshirt’ as they call it ( I have no idea how to spell their strange language) Enda Kenny.
      Now they have that ‘quair fellow’ Varakdar ( spelling again!) holding that position and he is claiming a veto on Brexit?
      Kick them in the teeth.


      • Jacko 21:35 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Chico, the spelling is ‘Taoiseach’ but its pronounced a bit like ‘t-shirt!’
        I was wondering with that ‘quair’ in Dublin serving as their ‘T-shirt’ , we could change it to ‘Shirt-lifter!’


        • Florence Leigh 00:26 on December 5, 2017 Permalink

          It’s fair comment if you want to say that Ulster has kept to a higher standard of public morality than Eire, meaning Eire’s collapse into ‘gay’ marriage, but I do not see any need to personalise the attacks on Varadkar. His sexual problems make him neither better or worse than any other Dublin Taoiseach

          On the other hand I like the reference to the anti-British record of Dublin leaders like De Valera’s Hitler mourning and Haughey’s behaviour during the Falklands War/
          What we can all agree on is that we have a country next door to the UK which is interfering in our internal affairs. It should be treated as hostile and its people given no privileges in our country.


    • Cal Knox 20:52 on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You state the case as I would myself.
      I have never had any time for those ‘neighbours’ to the South that gave sanctuary to so many murderers.
      They have never recognised our right to be free of them.

      Up till fifty years ago ,we could count on the mainland British to be on our side but ever since Heath they have turned their backs on us and it’s time we hit back at them.
      May will pay for her treachery.


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