Tuesday, February 23, 2016

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United Kingdom Of Bigots

Sean Mallory, a Tyrone republican, is smiting bigots wherever he can find them.

Across the water and further afield international events have usurped the number one spot from Arlene and the Bigots.

George Osborne as Chancellor of the Exchequer, not only finding himself having to deal with a serial sexual deviant for a brother, never mind having to work with a Prime Minister who practised bestiality, and who was struck of the medical registrar for such activities, George’s brother that is not the Prime Minister, but has also had the much more embarrassing revelation to deal with that his family wallpaper business had not paid any corporation tax for the last seven years. To rub salt in the wounds of the taxed, according to reports, George received a dividend pay-out worth £1,230.

Cameron stressed and anxious over his EU reforms for Britain might not succeed and in particular his proposals on migrants and welfare, due to Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and some other EU state, whowant his reforms revised before they will pass them, found solace and comfort in the knowledge that his old family profession of slavery is still alive and flourishing within the UK.

Two people have been charged with slavery after a woman was found held against her will in Rochdale.

Spies like us, GCHQ, has been given the green light to spy on whoever the hell they feel like and use whatever the hell means they wish to do so. Within the confines of the UK....for now!

All to keep us safe from those such as Daesh, whose origins can be traced back to Britain’s antagonistic, unwelcome and uninvited foreign policies.

Turkey and Saudi Arabia, realising that ISIS/Daesh are being hammered by the Russians and that their sponsored Caliphate is shrinking rapidly, and the faint possibility of Assad winning in Syria is now looking like a distinct possibility have thrown their hat in the ring by publicly announcing their propensity to invade Syria to help.....well help..mmmm...help those who.....to help those who are not Kurds, Syrian rebels, Assad supporters, Iranians, Hezbollah, Shia or anyone else who isn’t Daesh. Which presumably would include America, Russia, Britain and France! But they will only invade with the full approval of America. Quite evidently a war without clarity!

A recent negotiated ceasefire, the first of its kind in history that doesn’t contain a clause where the protagonists don’t have to stop using their weapons, agreed between Russia and America, who are not actually at war, has been given a slightly less than 50 % of success, by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Maybe the clause about being able to continue fighting should be re-evaluated as I’m sure this would impact on the success rate!

So, as the Syrian ceasefire hots up on the ground while those not at war negotiate peace we can rest in our beds knowing that GCHQ is playing solitaire on our PCs and not watching those Fenians who in turn are watching Willie Frazer.

Fenians who are similar to Jihadist Muslims in Britain, in that they are easily identified simply by their presence. Thus making them one of the larger groupings or factions of dissident republicans.

Foster’s concern for victim’s rights and justice is only applicable to those of a British Unionist persuasion who suffered at the hands of Irish Republicans ... in Ireland!

Make no mistake Mr Hamilton, British unionist lust for revenge and recrimination of Irish Nationalist/Republicans is insatiable and should not be viewed otherwise.

The British through Villiers have now publicly stated their intention of never ever admitting their role here in countless murders - most likely due to the fact that they were involved. Conflict related murders or not.

Just three of the 58 suspects arrested in connection with the mass sex attack on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve were refugees thus underpinning the hysteria against immigrants.

And dozens of angry church-goers in San Valentino Basilica in Terni in central Italy held hands to form a human barrier around the glass coffin containing the bones of St Valentine to block plans for their removal. Albeit a temporal removal to another basilica a few miles away, as part of a special Valentine’s Day celebration of the Vatican’s Holy Year of Mercy.

Dozens of parishioners rather than hundreds, not due to a fall in attendances at church services but more to do with a steep population decline in recent years due to economic circumstances, refused to allow his removal as the village had lost everything else and the possibility of losing St Valentine was too great to contemplate! As the local bishop, Monsignor Giuseppe Piemontese approached the Basilica, the villagers were heard to chant, Roses are red, Violets are blue, St Valentino is dead, one more step and so are you!

No they didn’t, like Foster and her call for a more robust watchdog on MLAs expenses I just made that up!

17 comments :

DaithiD said...

"...Just three of the 58 suspects arrested in connection with the mass sex attack on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve were refugees thus underpinning the hysteria against immigrants...."

You are (deliberately?) conflating refugees with immigrants, only three of the 58 attackers arrested were German citizens, and all were Muslim males.

DaithiD said...

Sorry to post a second but another point on the supposed media hysteria : let it not be forgotten that the Cologne attacks were suppressed by all of the mainstream media outlets for days afterwards, it was only when a crescendo built on alternative media and personal blogs about what had occured was it relayed by the traditional media outlets. Merkhel has been caught on mic getting Zuckerberg to commit to censor Facebook stories about issues such as this. Articles such as this represent the Establishment line, the Big Business line.

Steve Ricardos said...

"The British through Villiers have now publicly stated their intention of never ever admitting their role here in countless murders - most likely due to the fact that they were involved. Conflict related murders or not. "

Do you think Shinners or Provo's will give up the person's responsible for murders they claimed Sean?

When you point a finger there are always 3 pointed back at you.

Christy Walsh said...

Sean

I think Daithi is right -you fudged the statistics on the hype about immigration -that only 3 were refugees does not discount that nearly all the others actually were immigrants and their belief in Islam was the common denominator even if Syrian nationality was not.

frankie said...

Steve take off those Orange tinted glasses (I don't wear glasses). Its just not the Provisionals, INLA, who wont give names up but neither will the UVF,UFF..the British (from the RUC up) either.

Basically what happens after any war is the victors gets the spoils and all the soldiers, on all sides go home and pick up where they left off...

I struggle at times to see the difference between what the Shankill Butchers done and to what 'the nuttin' squad' carried out throw into the mix The Hooded Men...maybe throw the Geneva convention at the leaders and have a Nuremberg trial....Most of them are still in place or alive.

Daithi, Christy..So Sean got a few stats wrong..Basically what he wrote is true. A few thousand years ago the Vikings came from the north..Today the Taliban are coming from the south and Ireland is next folks. So lock up your daughters.....

Steve Ricardos said...

Frankie,

I am making the point that it is hypocritical to demand the British be called to account and not ask the same of those responsible for acts in the Republican movement.

And don't forget the British hold all the cards at the minute. Why would they?

AM said...

Sean Mallory said

Apologies, there was no intention on my part to conflate or fudge - I was attempting to highlight the hysteria surrounding refugees/immigrants that can lead to misjudgements and misunderstandings both of which in turn can lead to violence against innocent people who are assumed guilty by association.

Cologne: Three out of 58 men arrested over mass sex attack on New Year's Eve were refugees from Syria or Iraq


Refugees responsible for tiny proportion of sex crimes in Germany despite far-right claims following Cologne attacks

To Steve,
I hope Daithi and Christy pull you on that ratio of 1:3 statistic!

DaithiD said...

Im skeptical as to how innocent your use of statistics is Sean, given they they projected a scenario antipodal to reality whilst helpfully steering people back in the comfort zone of bland,faceless,acceptable grievances.
The majority of the violence afterwards was dispensed by the State against those protesting against the rapists, again, I guess you are not referencing these victims, their hair wasnt the right length.

Steve Ricardos said...

Sean,

I assume you mean on the other thread? If so, that was indeed the loyalists thinking, whether their statistics were right I have no idea.

But you didn't answer my question. Anyway, the charge of hypocrisy will inevitably be raised if you point too many fingers without being prepared to open your own house.

AM said...

Sean Mallory Said

Daithi,

We use what we read and the objective value of that source at various times can be deemed questionable. Just as you have commented about the State violence against those protesting after the events and to which I’m presuming that you weren’t there, and so are relying on reported accounts.

At no point was I trying to belie the events themselves, excuse or justify the perpetrators or reduce the victims' trauma, but simply trying to point out that what we read, irrespective of the source, can lead to misunderstandings and misconceptions that in turn can lead to further violence. The length of a person’s hair never entered in to it!

Just as Steve used his Loyalist statistic ratio 1:3 to make his point when he knowingly admitted that he had no idea on the validity of the ratio.

Steve,

“Do you think Shinners or Provo's will give up the person's responsible for murders they claimed Sean?

Probably not since most of them believe they didn’t commit murder! Well, hold on now, if there was something in it such as a ministerial post in the South then maybe!!!!!

Steve Ricardos said...

Sean,


I was quoting the actual words of a UVF member I knew at the time. That was THEIR thinking, not mine.

But yes, I have not the slightest clue whether that figure is accurate or not.

And maybe the Brits don't believe they committed murder? That's an easy cop out anyone can use.

Christy Walsh said...

Sean

If you were saying that the attacks in Germany were not representative of refugees then you would be right but you say because only 3 of the alleged attackers were refugees from Syria does not justify the 'hype', as you put it, against immigrants. They were predominantly Islamic attacks by a predominant force of immigrants; a few were said to be German citizens but that does not mean they too were not Muslims. It is a common feature in Islamic belief that they can sexually harass non-Muslim women who have less worth than a Muslim woman whose value is half that of a man's. There is no defence for that sort of thinking in civilized society nor should it be afforded succour by any right thinking person who values equality or human rights values. The attacks are unjustifiable. Responsibility should be placed where it belongs and excuses should not be made out of politeness or tolerance for any cultural or religious group.

And I do not know what Steve is on about and my best guess is it is something totally irrelevant to this thread because he refers to a tiff you and he had elsewhere -he seems to drag things from thread to thread.

AM said...

There is no defence for that sort of thinking in civilized society nor should it be afforded succour by any right thinking person who values equality or human rights values.

Gets it in one.

DaithiD said...

Christy, you have a great way of phrasing things. I wouldnt of like to of met you in court!

Steve Ricardos said...

Christy,

I was responding to something Sean said, it's not me 'dragging' things here from other threads. He referred to something on another thread, not I.

AM said...

Sean Mallory said


Christy,

That was supposed to be my last comment but I’ll make an exception to respond to yours.

"If you were saying that the attacks in Germany were not representative of refugees then you would be right....”

That’s exactly what I’m saying.

“....but you say because only 3 of the alleged attackers were refugees from Syria does not justify the 'hype', as you put it, against immigrants.”

Where the confusion lies is in the media’s cross referencing ‘refugee’ with
‘immigrants’, which to be honest, at times are the same people. There are consistent reports in the media of the ‘threat’ posed by immigrants and refugees and this is leading to a blanket opinion of all refugees and immigrants (Muslims) being portrayed as potential serial rapists. That was the hype I was referring too.

“There is no defence for that sort of thinking in civilized society nor should it be afforded succour by any right thinking person who values equality or human rights values. The attacks are unjustifiable”

I agree with that statement but are you implying that I alluded to something other than that or are you referring to the perceptions of Muslim men towards western women? I don’t understand where I stated a difference to your statement.


Christy Walsh said...

Sean

If the 2nd half of the sentence you quote above were true then yes I would think your defense would have been wrong in the way that I put it. You have clarified that the first half was what you intended so my statement does not apply.

Yes the terms are mixed and confusing at times. Though under international humanitarian and human rights law they would all be immigrants/economic migrants because refugee status applies between the point of fleeing and arrival in their first country of safety. Beyond that point they are migrants even though we can understand why they might keep moving and we can contemplate a distinction from other forms of migration.