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  • ross1948 09:58 on November 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Turkey – Fanatic Fans Diss Paris Victims! 

     So THIS is what Cameron wants to bring into Europe?

    Turkish fans booed during the minute’s silence for the victims of the Paris attacks before their national team drew 0-0 with Greece in a friendly international football game on Tuesday. . Turkey fans boo minute’s silence for Paris victims




    And the EUSSR’s Comrade Juncker and Turncoat Tusk aim to offer them visa-free access, and soon enough full membership… 

    ‘…please, pretty please, prevent your territorial waters and land borders being used by illegal immigrants…’ 

    . ..a bribe to Erdogan to do what every civilised government has a responsibility to do?


    Top EU officials grounded in Turkey on security concern


    And don’t say the scum in that stadium don’t reflect Erdogan’s ideology.

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    “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”   


    Erdogan’s infamous war-cry is indistinguishable from that of ISIS.

  • ross1948 10:03 on November 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Rogue Turk Regime Raises Ransom Demand – Fight Back, Europe! 

    So the Turks have given Erdogan a new mandate to extort.

    The avaricious Islamist regime has shrugged off the basic duty of any civilised country to man its borders and ensure rapacious savages do not swarm through against neighbouring nations.


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    • Despite well-equipped armed forces which could do the job effectively, it is quite deliberately letting some 10,000 of them a day go past border guards on the Aegean coast and on its land borders with EU states en route, via Greece and the Western Balkans, to Austria and Germany.
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    • Observers acquainted with the history of the region might argue it’s pay-back, because when Byzantium fell, in 1453, much of Europe stood idly by as the Eastern Roman Empire became part of the caliphate. 
    • A Dark Day, indeed. 




    But that’s mere musing on a dire mistake long since made.

    What’s tragic now is that while the sectarian brute in Ankara swaggers in his opulent palace, revelling in the kow-tow antics exhibited in Brussels, there’s hardly a voice raised among the victims of his blackmail demanding counter-measures. It’s all about appeasement, according to a senior EU diplomat familar with the talks.


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    • “First, we offered €1 billion [in aid]. Then we offered €3 billion. Now the Turks have put a figure of €3 billion per year on the table in return for their agreement on the Action Plan.”

    Again, there are different ways of looking at this. One consolation is that Brussels stands exposed as entirely hypocritical in its perennial bleating about human rights in countries beyond its sphere of influence.

    The EUSSR’s annal report on Turkey’s lamentable record ( the draft text accuses Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan of cracking down on press freedom and judicial independence.) has been held back.


    Liar Juncker, who was at ease whilst grotesquely insulting Hungary’s PM Orban as a ‘dictator’ not long ago,  is grovelling to Erdogan like the Luxembourgeois louse he is, telling MEPs on Tuesday: “We can harp on about that but where is that going to take us in our discussions with Turkey?” His spokesman, Alexander Winterstein, said: “We don’t comment on these internal developments.”


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    Another EU source said “It’s not that Erdogan asked the Commission to keep silent. It’s self-censorship.”


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    Back to the extortion racket – referring to Turkey’s €3 billion a year demand, the contact said Erdogan is operating a “protection racket.”

    “It’s a classic protection racket. First you give €1 billion and they say it’s not enough. Then €3 billion and they come back and say: ‘Now you have to pay more’  They’re in a position where they can open or close the sluice gates [on refugee arrivals] to put pressure on the EU for extra concessions”.

    Oh, and it’s not just money.  

    Arguably even more menacing is the Islamist’s insistence on visa-free entry for Turks, a clear strategy to maximise the enemy alien population within Europe!




    A brand-new assault on the Gates of Vienna, with the key difference today being that Merkel, Juncker, Mogherini…




    …and of course, Erdogan’s Number One Fan, Cameron, are lining up to emulate Londonderry’s Lundy, traitors to a man, and woman. 

    When will we hear some hero speak up for sanity?

    Why won’t Europe fight back? There’s no shortage of options.

    Suspension from NATO. Warships sealing the Turks’ Aegean Coast. Deportation of Turks already resident in Europe. And/Or…

    Moves to recognise an independent Kurdish state; that would open up a fire-storm across Erdogan’s southern provinces.  Is that going too far?

    Hardly! It’s no more compicated than, and more likely to succeed than, Obama’s ineffectual effort to organise so-called ‘Syrian freedom fighters’ against Assad! 


    Kurdish girls, armed, and dangerous to Islamists!


    Most of us now have a high opinion of those Kurds, men and women, who resist the forces of evil in their region.

    There are other steps too, as readers may wish to suggest.

    But the issue of principle is –

    No surrender, not to invasion, nor to intimidation, nor to the threat of internal subversion  – which we posted on not so long ago.

    Erdogan’s 5th Column Roars Islamist Slogans In Europe’s Heart! 

    War down the proud, was the watch-word of Ancient Rome.

    History still holds lessons worth remembering..


  • ross1948 15:16 on June 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Mexigration – Canada’s Turdo Outdoing Obama? 

    If Canadians are actually listening to what Justin Trudeau says, then my concerns expressed earlier this week, that he has a chance of becoming Prime Minister, are surely being allayed.

    Kathleen Wynne truddownload Turdo – gaily galloping, Gadarene-Style


    But again, despite my patriotic prejudices, I have to acknowledge that American voters are neither more nor less attentive than Canucks to speechifying, and the former twice voted for The Manchurian.


    Mention of Obama brings me to the point of this post, the Mexican migration menace.


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    • The White House Charlatan is seriously toiling to maintain his standing as Worst President Ever, that news last week – about extending his crimmigrant amnesty to alien felons behind bars – surely unbeatable in terms of rank irresponsibility. Obama amnesty reaches illegals in prisons, jails …
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    But Turdo Junior is striving manfully to outdo Obama, witness his demented declaration that if elected prime minister he would allow travellers from Mexico to come to Canada without a visa.


    As a bright gal named Candice Malcolm observes in the Sun, if Canada were to scrap the visa requirement for Mexican visitors, anyone from Mexico could simply show up at our doorstep without prior warning.


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    • I do wonder if an irate Obama rang Turdo after that news, complaining that little Justin was pilfering parasites that he, Obama, had intended to cram into the USA.
    • Because for your average shiftless Mexican welfare bum, Canada has a lot to offer.

    Candice reminds us how, if foreign low-lifes can ooze into Ontario, their greedy snouts will instantly be afforded access to welfare and healthcare services above and beyond what most Canadians receive, including full dental coverage.


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    • And even in the other provinces, yummy benefits are on offer, not least to ‘asylum’ parasites who have never contributed anything to the Dominion. This aspect is relevant, as in 2008, nearly 10,000 Mexicans claimed to be refugees and asked Canada for asylum. About 90% of those asylum claimants from were eventually found to be bogus, requiring deportations on Canada’s dime.  http://www.torontosun.com/2015/06/26/mexican-visa-requirement-a-must .

    The article notes that in 2009 a visa was introduced, and by 2013 the number of Mexican asylum seekers went down to just 84, most of which were accepted as legitimate refugees.

    Maybe – Canadian immigration, in the past, let tons of garbage through – how did the Khadr tribe arrive, after all? And all those filthy Tamil ingrates?

    ‘Poor, Persecuted’Tamils? Out with Them, Canada! 


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    • Toronto- ‘legitimate’ Tamil ‘refugees’ engage in mass havoc, to punish the land that took them in


    • But save that issue, who are ‘legitimate refugees,‘ for another day.
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    • Trying to round up those 10,000 liars must have cost millions. With undesirable aliens, it’s not just sending out a cop or two to pick ’em up and chain ’em to an airplane seat.

    There’s an entire industry grown-up (since Turdo SENIOR’s time) consisting of agitprop outfits that fawn over alien intruders, and of vile lawyers who get sleek – but still slimy – from court/tribunal law-fare on behalf of such unwanted and unwelcome swine.

    Who pays them? NOT the swine! 

    Now there’s a thought.

    If Turdo opens the gates wide, and disables what defences Harper and Co. have managed to insert into Canadian immigration, if it becomes SO easy to gate-crash the country and batten on its resources, how are the legal lice going to bleed the tax-payers?



    http://www.torontosun.com/2015/06/26/mexican-visa-requirement-a-must .

    • bryan 09:12 on July 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Even if he had better ideas, he is so obviously a lightweight , not a fit and proper leader for a country that takes itself seriously


  • ross1948 12:07 on January 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Jakarta Ministers Mincing Words on Oz Visas! 

    Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Indroyono Soesilo initially refused point-blank to explain the decision to drop Australia from the list of countries whose citizens will be able to enjoy visa-free vacations in Indonesia.

    Japan, Russia and South Korea are on this ‘most-favoured-nation’ category, it seems, but  Australia has evidently irked somebody high up.


    Astonishingly, this same man was rabbiting on about ‘transparency being the key’ just a couple of months ago, speaking about one of the many ‘mafias’ which afflict the Indonesian body politic.  http://news.detik.com/read/2014/11/06/140654/2740939/159/menko-maritim-indroyono-soesilo-transparansi-kunci-berantas-mafia

    But, when asked a straightforward  question, on the sudden flip-flop that will discriminate against Australia,  a country which contributes millions of dollars to Bali’s economy every year, all Minister Indroyono felt free to say in reply was  – “For Australians, the visa on arrival is enough!


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    • Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno also pointedly refused to say why, when asked by the JP reporter.  


    So much for the fresh face of government that President Jokowi promised in last year’s election.

    Of course Jakarta has the right to make any policy decisions it pleases. But this one is either

    A a mean move based on a desire to screw as much money out of Aussie tourists as possible, or  

    B a needless act of escalation perhaps provoked by all those shrills in Canberra who are seeking to interfere in Indonesia’s internal affairs.

    And the JP article indicates the latter is likely. A high-ranking ministry official said that political reasons were behind the decision to exclude Australia from the new visa policy. 

    But then it looks like somebody reminded Indriyono of his once-loud declaration in support of transparency.

    In a text message sent to The Jakarta Post late on Thursday, Indroyono denied any political reason behind the decision to exclude Australia from the visa-free policy. “It’s simply because Australia does not implement a similar policy to almost all countries,” he said.

    Oh yeah?

    So why wouldn’t either minister just say so when the question was put to them. 

    All in all, puzzling.

    And sad, too, that normal Australians are being punished when most of them have no beef with Indonesia’s death penalty.

    It’s the political and media elite in Oz that’s uptight about drug-smugglers getting put down. 

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