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  • ross1948 10:45 pm on August 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-royalist vandals, , , , , Victoria   

    Stinkos ‘Motivated By Love?’ Retard Alert! . 


    Having just caught the updated news from London, where red Stinko louts vandalised Queen Victoria’s statue with red paint..

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    … making no effort to hide the fact that their latest criminal activity was not random but motivated by hostility to the Royal Family..

    It was exasperating to read that the laggard Metropolitan Police only belatedly made arrests…

    London Cops Legitimise Stinkos’ “Important Cause!” 

    …when they should have tear-gassed, tazered or truncheoned the swine off the streets before the criminal damage was done.

    At last I found light relief, a very bizarre piece of scribbling in a very bizarre ‘news’ site.

    Xtinction Rebellion protesters are motivated by love as well as fear – we could all learn from them… ‘

    Get a grip, twit!

    The Stinko rabble wouldn’t know ‘love’ if they tripped over it!

    The demented louts have over and over displayed nothing but contempt for everyone not part of their sicko cult.….

    X-Stinko Revulsion. Green Nazis Make War On Press Freedom! 

    Arrogant Stinko Scoff-Laws, Egged On By Big-Name Berks! 

    Image result for london commuters Extinction station

    A bearded weirdo kicks out at the decent people he set out to torment

    This morning London commuters furiously dragged a protester from the top of a train at CanningTown  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7582765/Extinction-Rebellion-protesters-cause-misery-morning-commuters-converge-CanningTown.htm

    Their arrogance is colossal.

    But read on…

    We owe a debt to those willing  to risk their safety and freedom for the sake of the planet… 

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    The goof has the nerve to pump out poop like that this week?

    Seriously?

    When we can all see scenes where many REALLY ‘risk their safety and freedom’ – trying to flee another sicko cult, in Afghanistan?

    Has “inews.co.uk” NO sense of irony when it publishes such drivel right beside this photo, below…

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    Environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion gather around a giant table used to block roads in the Covent Garden area during the first day of Impossible Rebellion protests on 23rd August 2021 in London, United Kingdom. Extinction Rebellion are calling on the UK government to cease all new fossil fuel investment with immediate effect. (photo by Mark Kerrison/In Pictures via Getty Images)
    Activists from Extinction Rebellion gather around a giant table used to block roads in London

    https://inews.co.uk/opinion/extinction-rebellion-protesters-london-love-fear-learn-1167961

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    …which underlines my point at the top of the page, that these offensive show-off idlers don’t give a tinker’s cuss about anyone…

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    …because they knew very well that blockng those roads made life HELL for Londoners who earn honest livings by actual WORK!

    But X-Stinko scum are often strangers to the world of work, just as they rarely if ever ‘risk their safety and freedom.’

    A night in the cells with a free cooked breakfast is the worst that awaits even the handful brought in far too, gently – by London’s namby-pamby constabulary!

     
    • Expat Irene 10:52 pm on August 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Just about to switch everything off for an early night when you published this.
      London rush hours were always hellish. These selfish devils must have ruined countless people’s days.
      Devils like that need to be exorcised.

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    • Diana 3:15 pm on August 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      They have plenty of money, I see in the press.
      They should be made to pay damages, not just for cleaning the statue but personal damages to everbody who lost wages because they couldnt get to work and to shops and cafes who lost business because of the mob blocking the streets.
      It’s time the Xtinko gangs were smashed.
      As for those judges who let them off, time for retirement and get people running the courts who care about honest people, not work-shy anarchists.

      Xtinkos are vicious, self-centred criminals.

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  • ross1948 1:13 am on September 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Dan Andrews, Melbourne Policeb, , , Victoria   

    Aussies! How About Melbourne’s Keystone Klutz-Cops? 


    I am passing this directly on, because Australians can judge for themselves how to react.

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    Two weeks ago, I was reporting the news from a peaceful protest in Melbourne, Australia, the most locked-down city in the world. 

    I had all of my permits and papers in order and I had even been inspected and approved by a roadside police checkpoint.

    (That’s how crazy the Australian state of Victoria is these days — lockdowns, curfews and police checkpoints.)

    I was reporting on an anti-lockdown protest by Australian citizens fed up with China-style infringements on their civil liberties. I wasn’t there to protest — I was there to report, with my camera crew. We were standing with other journalists and I was clearly holding my Rebel News microphone.

    Suddenly, a police commander walked up to me, jabbed me in the chest, and ordered his troops to arrest me. You’ve probably seen the video — I was picked up, smashed to the ground and arrested, and led away in handcuffs.

    For no reason whatsoever.

    I was later grudgingly released by police without charges. But incredibly, late that same night, police came to my family home to threaten me — to tell me I had been put on a “list”, and that police were watching me.

    This really is like China, isn’t it?

    Well, I’m fighting back. Not just for my own rights and safety, but for that of all Australians.

    I’ve taken the Australian state of Victoria to the Supreme Court — the highest court in the state. In a 9-page Statement of Claim, my civil liberties lawyers outline the illegal misconduct of the police. 

    Click here for a short video explaining the lawsuit:

    I’ve taken the Australian state of Victoria to the Supreme Court
— the highest court in the state.

    You can see the entire lawsuit for yourself by clicking here.

    I’ve spent $11,000 on lawyers so far, and that’s just the beginning. By suing the state of Victoria, I’ve kicked a hornet’s nest. Premier Dan Andrews has been governing like a little tyrant, and if anything he’ll probably try to smash me even harder now. As you can see in the lawsuit, it’s not the first time his police have come for me.

    That’s why this lawsuit is so important. If other Australians follow my lead, and maybe even other people around the world, and stand up for our freedoms, these brutal lock-downs will have to stop.

    But I need your help. This lawsuit will likely cost $50,000 or even more. The government has unlimited resources and top lawyers at their disposal. It really is a David vs. Goliath battle.

    But I’m up for it. If you give me the tools, I’ll finish the job — and fight for freedom for all of us.

    Can you please chip in? Whether it’s $5 or $500, I sure need the help.

    You can donate securely online here and 100% of the funds will go to our legal battle.

    Thank you.

    Yours truly,

    Avi Yemini
    Chief Australia Correspondent
    Rebel News

    P.S. Australian police are out of control — did you see the video of them bursting into a pregnant woman’s home and arresting her for the “crime” of making a Facebook post against the lockdown? It’s time someone fought back in the court of law!

    Please click here if you can help.

    P.P.S. I promise to give you regular updates on this lawsuit. Hopefully that will inspire other Australians — and other free people around the world — to stand up for our rights! Click here to read the lawsuit for yourself. What do you think of it?

     
    • Minnie 11:13 am on September 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Good to see somebody standing up to these cops.
      They were very violent to the protesters and I think State Premier Andrews liked that.
      He is like a little Mussolini.

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  • ross1948 7:23 am on August 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , Socialist Alternative, Victoria,   

    Melbourne Mob Makes Cops Cower! Public Outcry? Pinko Rabble! 


    When is a public outcry not a public outcry?

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    • When it’s a mob orchestrated by a marxist gang called Socialist Alternative, out to protect crimmigrants from the consequences of their crimes.

    That’s the lesson we learned by observing Australia’s Enemy Within, after Victoria Police kow-towed to the agitprop rabble in Melbourne this week.

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    Public outcry? Red rabble! Examine, if you please, the moronic slogans on their placards

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    The mentality behind the rabble is magnificently summed up by a far-left hack in the Guardian, thus 

    For a long time, there have been warnings that the cruelty of Australia’s immigration would have a carcinogenic effect on the body politic, as the brutality of the camps spread – and it’s becoming increasingly obvious what that looks like.

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/aug/28/if-border-force-acts-like-this-in-melbourne-what-do-they-do-offshore

    What it looks like is common sense.

    When I go to Oz, I do so on a visa, and it provides me with limited time to enjoy my stay, and conditions, like not working. I don’t work, and I don’t over-stay. If I violate those conditions, I suffer consequences.

    Decent citizens there surely have no reason to worry, if asked for proof of who they are. Unless of course they’ve been up to no good.

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    Like the no-goods who are in Australia illegally!

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    The plan was a general sweep downtown, looking for anti-socials of every kind. That might, of course, have netted any aliens flouting their visas, and that’s what brought the undesirables onto the streets.

    Their anti-social character can be gauged from the thoughtless way they swarmed the railway station, heedless of the travelling public, to promote their subversive cause.

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    • Incredibly, the police bottled out.

    Instead of arresting the subversive scum for obstruction, the craven cops cancelled the entire operation, handing a small but no doubt pleasing triumph to Australia’s enemies.

    Pathetic!

    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/social-media-sparks-border-force-protest-that-shuts-down-centre-of-melbourne-20150828-gja8c5.html/

     
  • ross1948 6:54 am on July 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , unreasonable, Victoria   

    Smoke and Mirrors – A Needless Riot in Australia? 


    It isn’t my habit to express any sympathy with criminal rioters…

    …but empathy?.

    Woke up early this past morning, rarely an experience one relishes, but of course went back to sleep, then a fairly unproductive day.  Today, however, a modicum of beer is in order, for reasons which will be obvious to those who know me.

    Thus tomorrow, morning will break and The Kraken will wake, not a scene anyone sensible would wish to witness.

    Coffee, black, is the only remedy, but not only coffee. 

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    • they’re called cigars but actually, they’re cigarettes
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    • My priority shopping before night falls tonight will be for several packs of Bohem, my current cigarette of choice, because there is NOTHING worse than to surface, stumble to the dispenser to start the re-caffeination process, sit back down, then realise that one is out of fags!
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    • god of hellfire

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    • Best to avoid said sufferer!

    Hence my intro, above.

    And my main concern, from Victoria, Australia –

    The Metropolitan Remand Centre went into lockdown on Tuesday as prisoners armed with sticks smashed windows, bashed doors and lit fires at the Ravenhall maximum security facility.

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    Staff were evacuated after hundreds of prisoners breached a secure inner perimeter about 12.20pm, almost 12 hours before a state-wide prison smoking ban comes into force.    https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/28618221/inmates-rioting-lighting-fires-at-vic-jail

    The report goes on to say it isn’t clear if the ban provoked the outbreak, but it wouldn’t surprise me in the least. A pity somebody named Jan Shurad didn’t use her noggin. 

    Corrections Commissioner Jan Shuard said “We are not expecting (riots). This is the advantage to a long lead-in to the smoking ban!”

    For pity’s sakes.

    A ‘long lead-in’ simply meant the inmates had time to stew, to mull over this mean mentality. An ex-con summed it up – “I spoke to a prisoner in custody last night and he said that basically all hell’s going to break loose, prisoners will riot, they’ll even starve, etc, until the prison officers give them back their tobacco.” 

    “Ten years (ago) they tried this and it lasted about 30 minutes until the prisoners started rioting and they ended up giving them their tobacco back.”

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    • And so they should.

    Prisons are there to punish, and I can imagine various ways in which denying privileges to certain prisoners might be of use. There’s no reason not to single out terrorists, for example, for extra-draconian measures.’

    But for the generality, this is not reasonable. It is simply a case of pinko prigs in high places persecuting people who don’t toe the PC line. It mirrors the nasty discrimination practised across the state against citizens who enjoy a smoke.

    And BTW, this isn’t an inquisition mentality unique to Melbourne.

    I gather that in Sydney, some kill-joy klutz has decreed that even outdoor areas, at cafes and bars, are to be further restricted, a four-meter gap between where you puff and the inner wall.  

    Be sure to carry a ruler when you go for a night out at Bondi! 

     

     
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