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  • ross1948 22:43 on March 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , xenophobia   

    This Is Very Funny! 

    I often find useful things to write about in The Blaze, but this story of theirs is perfect.

    Nothing I need to add!


  • ross1948 11:00 on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Chinese, , Einstein, Japanese, Marx, millennial morons, , , xenophobia   

    Get Ready! Einstein Statues To Be Toppled? 

    We haven’t heard much in the news recently of statues of heroes being hauled down in response to tantrums by whining millennial morons.

    Last year there were numerous examples of anti-history vandalism, or threats thereof…

    New Statue Target For The Scum – CHURCHILL? 


    …in various countries, from the United Kingdom…Ontario Teachers Talk Tripe On Sir John A MacDonald …to Canada, and of course all over the USA, perhaps the land most seriously afflicted by the mental illness called, illogically, the ‘progressive’ ideology .


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    The villainous persons whose contribution to their countries’ achievements had to be repudiated included Canada’s first PM, though curiously, while Britain’s Winston Churchill was named as a candidate for demolition, nothing was heard about the London monument to the source of the world’s vilest ideology.


    Hitler-Haus Faces Blitz – How About Satan’s Lair in London? 


    Far from it. As if to highlight left-liberal double standards, some disgraceful Germans erected a brand-new idol before which fans of tyranny may worship.

    Next Week, To Germany’s Shame, Hitler Statue Unveiled

    But now we have a new shock-horror revelation – in The Guardian, so it must be heeded! – and it’s all about Albert Einstein, who has been found posthumously guilty of ‘xenophobia!’

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    Einstein’s travel diaries reveal ‘shocking’ xenophobia


    Travel is said to broaden the mind, but anyone who has heard Brits come home from the Costa del Sol complaining that ‘the Germans’ rise early and hog all the best spots…


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    Is she German? Who cares?!?!


    …around the hotel pool knows that ain’t necessarily so!

    Much the same goes for sport.

    The large number of young men who support their national teams by journeying to foreign lands and bashing other young men who support other national teams…



    …..are not exactly persuasive evidence of the mind-broadening effects of foreign travel.

    Einstein certainly did evince some disturbing attitudes, such as when he pleaded for mercy for the notorious Rosenbergs, convicted communists traitors – Case closed: The Rosenbergs were Soviet spies – Los Angeles Times – a plea that mercifully fell on deaf ears, since the two red swine were duly executed.

    But on one of his trips to pre-Communist China, he came out with the following words, which if you or I were to echo them in, say, modern Britain, about certain ‘ethnic minorities’ there, would quickly land us in the clammy hands of Theresa May’s thought-police.

    “It would be a pity if these Chinese supplant all other races. For the likes of us the mere thought is unspeakably dreary.”

    As for the Japanese?

    The “intellectual needs of this nation seem to be weaker than their artistic ones – natural disposition?”

    https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/jun/12/einsteins-travel-diaries-reveal-shocking-xenophobia .’

    Having made friends here in Jakarta with people of both Japanese and Chinese ethnicity, I’d say Einstein was wrong.

    But are there calls now for Einstein’s monuments to be toppled?

    One hopes not, for inaccurate perceptions of other races’ qualities has nothing to do with why he was, and still is, honoured with statues.

    Einstein’s distinction rests on his intellectual prowess.

    Just as Captain Cook’s role in the history of The Lucky Country is honoured not for what he thought about Aborigines but for his great voyage of exploration which resulted in the discovery of what was previously regarded as Terra Incognita.

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    Australia plans Captain Cook monument for anniversary.

    However, I suspect a double standard will continue to be operated by bad elements in Oz, and Britain, and Canada, and the USA.

    Because the ‘anti-statue’ movement is NOT composed of those concerned with right or wrong, but of cultural marxists, and their stupid dupes, ever-eager to undermine national pride and appreciation of their nations’ glories.

    • Keith Milner 12:23 on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I have never seen any Einstein statues here in Australia but there probably are some. It would be pathetic to knock them down for what he said about Asians. It is just not relevant.
      The same goes for Captain Cook. Without him there would be no Sydney or Melbourne or Brisbane. There would be no Australia. He deserves his statues.
      All this historical vandalism as you call it is completely pointless.
      Like re-naming Ayer’s Rock. If a minority wants to call it something else, they can but in school we learned it was Ayer’s Rock and so it is


    • Ben Baniek 13:03 on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You don’t have to be an Einstein to figure out that those retarded liberal millennials are America’s big problem!


    • Mort 15:13 on June 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The morons are still making waves about statues and you do well to remind us of their idiocy, ‘useful idiots,‘ as Lenin categorized them.
      All the ‘greats’ have made mistakes and Einstein’s major one was his habit of giving communists the benefit of the doubt.
      As you say, his scientific brilliance got him his statues and neither his ‘xenophobia’ nor his political short-sightedness should be made an excuse for taking the statues down.


    • Des Lang 12:02 on June 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Once again the Cook story is wrong Facts : He was never a captain, he didn’t discover Australia ( he was using Dutch maps) and was not the first English to arrive in Australia.


  • ross1948 17:45 on December 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , electors, Freda Payne, , Learco, Martin Sheen, Moby, , , , xenophobia   

    Self-Important Actors, Past-Their-Prime Primadonnas, Appear In Anti-Trump Video 

    I have of course modified the headline from that found on CBS, which was this –

    Martin Sheen, Other Celebrities Appear in Video Urging Electors Not to Vote for Trump …

    There’s a list of these ‘celebrities’ – I thought the word meant famous people but apart from Sheen, most of them are people I’ve never heard of before – nor wish to again!

    Debra Messing, James Cromwell, BD Wong, Noah Wyle, Freda Payne, Bob Odenkirk, J. Smith Cameron, Michael Urie, Moby, Mike Farrell, Loretta Swit, Richard Schiff, Christine Lahti, Steven Pasquale, Dominic Fumusa, Emily Tyra, and Talia Balsam.


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    He starred in a novel by Herman Melville, right?

    No, not the same fishy character, it seems, but since wikipedia tells us he has also been known as Voodoo Child, Barracuda, Lopez, DJ Cake, Brainstorm, Mindstorm AND UHF, I guess I may be forgiven for any confusion.

    Freda Payne? 

    I vaguely recall her from 1970, when she had a hit, Band of Gold, not bad, but does that make her a celebrity? Much the same can be said for another past-it actress, from a long-discontinued series, Loretta Swit.

    Michael Urie?-another actor who has referred to himself as “a member of the LGBT community.” 

    As for B D Wong – I assumed he might be related to the notorious Australian lesbian socialist Penny Wong,  after learning that B D  donates his time and resources to a number of LGBT and arts-related charities,

    But apparently not.

    Who cares, anyway?

    Like, who do these people think they are?
    Worth listening to?
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    Their politically and/or sexually partisan prejudices against Trump carry no more weight than those of any poor old bums gibbering in a Big Apple alley.


    It’s reminiscent of some other ‘famous’ clowns a month or so ago, a UK story whose headline I also must parody, viz.-

    Wow! 300 Shop Assistants Sign Xenophobia Petition?

    And why should they not, if they feel strongly about something?

    But would they have gotten headlines in the rotten media, a sample of which we append below?

    300 Academics Sign Open Letter To PM Over Xenophobia


    Who cares?

    These ‘intellectuals’ are probably among the least useful people in the British Isles…ivory tower elitists, tucked up in cosy college common rooms, or doing ‘jobs’ like ‘story-teller,’ or ‘arts project manager,’ or ‘ spoken word artist/artistic programmer,’ with comfortable life-styles.

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    Such people may be ‘qualified’ to lecture on a variety of superficial subjects like ‘sociology’  – but not to lecture Theresa May, calling on her to “rein in” her government’s divisive and “xenophobic” language… 




    Their opinions on serious national issues – or non-issues, like ‘xenophobia’ – are no more worthy of media attention than the opinions of shop assistants, or car-wash workers, or waitresses or street-sweepers.  

    Less worthy, in fact, because those latter groups perform services beneficial to society. 

    Yet the left-lib media splashed this petition from over-paid whiners as if their whines are of interest or significance to normal people!

    It’s all the more offensive when the whiners include jerks known for their collaboration with agitprop outfits serving an anti-democratic agenda, like this… 


    Red Baroness Kennedy–

    UK – Red Baroness Rants For Renegades’ Rights 

    Another one mentioned is some foreign hack nonentity in Scotland, once shortlisted for Guardian International Development Journalist…


    That must have been a distressing time, only getting on the short-list. Was it distressing on a par with his current woes, expressed in his tirade against the ( belated and somewhat wishy-washy) UK government recognition that there’s a duty to put British people first in Britain. 

    “The last thing a society needs is this sort of dehumanising language dividing people into ‘foreign’ or ‘non-foreign,’

    Is he all a-fret because he fears his cushy berth is in danger?

    Grow up, Mr. Grimnasty!

    Of course any UK Government worth its salt should bedividing people into ‘foreign’ or ‘non-foreign’ – and giving priority in jobs and housing to non-foreign, i.e. BRITISH citizens! 

    Does this cry-baby from Eire expect Theresa May to apologise? 



    But on he witters. 

    It is quite xenophobic and can leave some people feeling more emboldened, that ‘maybe it’s OK to say that someone doesn’t belong here.’  http://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/300-academics-sign-open-letter-to-pm-over-xenophobia-1-4253617

    Damn right it’s OK to say that someone doesn’t belong here!’

    Not only this blog but plenty of other media have recorded more than enough examples of creatures who don’t belong in Britain.

    ‘Asylum’ Lunacy – Brits Can’t Trust The System! 

    Damn right!

    CURS LIKE LEARCO CHINDAMO don’t belong in Britain!

    Britannia Dolorosa – Sceptred Isle Now Garbage Dump – Thanks to ‘Human Rights Act’ 



    Chindamo – Garbage


    Learco Chindamo was, is, not only a brutal murderer but a liar as well, who for years claimed that he was the victim of mistaken identity, but later said, ”I did a terrible thing when I killed Mr Lawrence…

    He was jailed indefinitely but some gutless clowns on a parole board let him out in 2010. That piece of garbage is walking London’s streets even as I type this, despite the fact that he most definitely doesn’t belong here!’

    Not Welcome! Doormat

    Would the Southern Irish hack signatory to that petition regard it as xenophobic to make that assertion?

    • JazPen 23:47 on December 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      No matter what the point they are making, I blame the media for giving these celebrities any prominence, as if they were experts, like doctors on the subject of disease.
      Their opinions on song-writing or movie-making might be worth more than mine, but on public policy, not for a minute.


    • Jane 18:09 on December 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      There must be few types of people who contribute less to our country,* and that goes for your country, wherever you are, as well as mine, than these ‘celebrities’ – I guess lawyers are down there somewhere, and muggers, but celebrities are pretty much the most worthless members of any community.
      I think the media that keep giving them headlines are really the ones at fault. The media will use any stick to beat patriotic leaders specially Trump cause he tells them off for their biased reporting. , ,


  • ross1948 22:20 on October 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , xenophobia   

    UK Cops Told – Groundless Whines = Presumption of Guilt 



    Evidence of hostility is not required for an incident or crime to be recorded as a hate crime or hate incident.’   http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/its-time-to-shoot-down-the-post-brexit-hate-crime-hysteria/18874

    Weird, yeah? All praise to the spiked.com writer who dug up that official guide for the constabulary on how to handle whining uptight trouble-makers.

    And the spiked-com man draws the clear conclusion.

    ….In order for an alleged incident to be recorded as a hate crime – that is, for a phoned-in claim to become a hard fact – the victim or any other person simply has to say it was a hate crime and the cops will not challenge them for evidence.


    Not only is this an affront to fair play but it also clearly drives down whatever residual professionalism that cops may be learning in police college.

    But it’s hard to blame those whom we once admired as ‘British Bobbies’ these days…




    They are commanded by ‘superior’ officers seemingly promoted on the basis of their readiness to put PC pusillanimity above what we once naively imagined was their duty to enforce the law openly and even-handedly.

    Poor Syrian Refugees!’ UK Police Cover-Up Exposed? 

    British Bobbies? Not in West Midlands – Fire The Filth! 

    If these rotten rozzers are not cleaned out and decent cops given the job of restoring integrity to the constabulary, there’s not a single honest Brit will trust those ‘Good Old British Boobies…’ oops, Bobbies!

    Not that there aren’t worse countries in terms of politicised police! 

    Fuhrer Merkel To German Cops -Don’t Detain Savages! 


  • ross1948 16:02 on September 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Eassex, , , Polish victim, , , xenophobia   

    Murdered Pole – EuroNews Smears Brexiteers! 

    Having battered away at The Local and France 24 recently…

    …today it’s the turn of another malignantly-biased media outlet, the notorious fanatics of EuroNews.


    • I was sitting out in the yard when I heard some drivelling doltess ranting about ‘commentators’ who blamed the Brexit campaign for inspiring ‘xenophobia’ and ‘racism.’ 
    • In this script they substitute ‘critics’ for commentators, but the point remains. UK: ‘Hate crime’ murder probe after Polish man is killed
    • What made this gross slanting of the news more offensive than usual was that it had been implanted into a report on the murder of a Polish man in Essex.  
    • Six teenagers have been arrested and we know little of their motives. If they killed him because he was Polish, that’s monstrous.
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    • What is more monstrous again is that, if convicted, they’ll not get anything like the punishment they deserve. Apparently the cops have already let them out on bail!
    • Few murderous criminals do get proper punishment, and thanks to the absurd Brussels ban on capital punishment, no killer ever gets what’s coming to him.

    But how dare EuroNews try to smear the patriot campaigners for Brexit with guilt by association.

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    • clairethinker 18:25 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      An excellent article.


  • ross1948 09:49 on May 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , constitutional reform, , , dictatorship, , , law and order, , , xenophobia   

    Breaking News – Patriot Poles Eat Babies for Breakfast? 

     A past-it party animal grubbing about in the smear-swamp?


    • monica-lewinsky
    • ……………………..
    • Cigar-fan Bill Clinton has savaged key Western allies who dare to do for their people what his wicked witch of a wife won’t do for Americans.

    He shrills that Poland and Hungary find “democracy is too much trouble” and “want Putin-like leadership, ‘just give me an authoritarian dictatorship and keep the foreigners out’…sound familiar?” Bill Clinton Declares War on Poland

    Hungary, like Poland, IS a real democracy. Both regularly hold free elections, and both, of course, welcome foreigners
    When I was taking my offspring on a grand tour in the early years after those brave countries had liberated themselves from communism…
    ….we found them to be friendly and helpful to a foreign family who couldn’t speak their language but understood their history and respected their proud cultures.
    Far from any wish to keep the foreigners out, they still today are eager to have foreign visitors come.
    What they don’t want are Mama Stasi’s rape-refugees preying on their citizens. Hungary’s actually planning a referendum on crimmigration later this year.

    Imagine Horrible Hillary’s response if any similar exercise in democratic consultation on her beloved illegal immigrants were proposed?

    But that doesn’t save either European nation from Bilious Bill’s bellicose belly-aching!

    And while the accusation of eating babies for breakfast has yet to be levelled against either brave nation, it surely won’t be long till further escalation of rancid rhetoric by the cultural marxist elite, in Brussels as much as, or more than, in Washington.


    The Venice Commission is travelling to Poland again!

    Wow, I hear you say, and that’s what EUObserver regards as newsworthy?

    How many readers have even heard of this body of experts on constitutional law from the human rights watchdog Council of Europe?


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    Known in Poland as the “act of surveillance,” it’s surely the business of Poles and not a pack of pinkos.

    And for those of us who enjoy US crimes series like NCIS, and are constantly appalled at the crass stupidity of an American legal system which prevents police catching criminals…


    … the fact that the Poles are giving cops extended rights to record video and audio in buildings and on public transport makes sound sense.

    More sensible still, they do not have to inform those investigated or ask courts for authorisation.

     Won’t record much of interest from terrorist chatting if you tell the terrs they’re on the air!

    As with the insane delay on sharing air passenger information, only those up to no good have grounds for objection to these measures.  Why should the forces of law and order have to fanny about before going after no-goods?


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    But fact is, this is just the latest act put on by the Brussels’ Flying Circus, the EUSSR’s hit-team aiming at Poland the same way they target Hungary and will no doubt be after Slovakia and Denmark and any other country which takes law and order seriously.

    Sadly, the Venetian Blinds have various past-it Polish politicians egging them on. 

    Three former Polish presidents and other erstwhile leaders have issued an appeal to their countrymen to bring back democratic rule of law in Poland.   https://euobserver.com/tickers/133197


    Like, what next?

    Concentration camps, torture chambers, dead-of-night arrests of dissidents? Those were the hall-marks of the Communist regime in Poland (and all communist regimes) and the current Law and Justice Party Polish Government is as non-communist, anti-communist, as one can hope to find. 

    Those fretty ‘erstwhile leaders‘ are in no danger of harm or imprisonment.

    Their foot-soldiers from the dumbo student element are out in their thousands often enough, denouncing Law and Justice as they march and holler. Yet they seem remarkably un-arrested.

    Let’s clarify, again, what Poland’s elected (by a big majority) Government has done to upset these shrillers.

    I won’t go through it here but instead let the Poles do it for themselves, as reported in this link.


    And returning to the Clinton diatribe…?

    Does Billy Boy expect those nations to get down on their knees in response to his hypocritical haranguing?

    That’s his known preference, after all.

  • ross1948 19:59 on October 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Love it or leave, Neil El Kadoumi, Parramatta Mosque, , singlet ban, , xenophobia   

    Parramatta Mosque Chair A Xenophobic Racist? Ask Woolworth! 

    Does anybody remember this story?

    A spokesman for Woolworths told SBS the singlets, previously available in two stores, were “totally unacceptable. “The singlet was not one we ordered,” he said. “It was delivered to us in error and should never been allowed on our shelves. We will review our processes to ensure this sort of error cannot happen again.  http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/10/13/woolworths-criticised-if-you-dont-love-it-leave-aussie-shirt


    The singlet in question bore an admirable exhortation, urging those who don’t love  Australia to leave!

    Only mangy pinko ratbags could object to that, but Woolworth’s management clearly chose to put themselves into that very category. Apparently the splendid garments are banned from all their stores, for being patriotic, or as the Left puts it, xenophobic/racist.

    So will Woolworth’s now refuse to serve Mr. Neil El Kadoumi, or even report him to the cops for ‘xenophobic racism?


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    Or is racism something only some Aussies can be accused of?

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