22 Comments on Is Britain a Sharia Compliant State? Sargon

  1. This is an amazing video; amazing for its naivete and general stupidity.
    I understand Sargon is young and therefore ignorant of anything that occurred pre-1980.
    Sargon, let me educate you: The English state has had its buttocks spread for any foreign entity since at least 1948. The English state has been open for any foreign bonking since then at least.
    In that year was passed the Republic of Ireland Act. This Act by the British Parliament allowed every last illiterate bog jumping Irish peasant to emigrate to England and enjoy all the rights and privileges of British Citizenship. No account was made of Eire support for the German war machine. There are monuments in Eire to German war dead, none to British war dead. They allowed German reconnaissance airplanes to land and refuel in Eire and they allowed German submarines to refuel and replenish in Eire territorial waters.
    The attitude of the British establishment ever since has been total subservience to every foreign entity who wished to enter England and exploit/screw the English working and middle classes.
    Is England a sharia compliant state? Yes, of course it is, it is also a Jamaican yardy’s compliant state, it is also an Albanian drug/prostitution compliant state, it is a paki drug/human trafficking compliant state, it is a Russian Oligarch compliant state, it is a disgusting Arab sheik compliant state.
    The English upper class ruling elite consider nothing but mammon. They are without any integrity, principle, honesty, loyalty or any redeeming characteristic whatsoever.
    But hey, you geniuses have just voted to go back under their thumb.

    • The Editor. Yes, Tim Howard, Roger in Florida is idiotic. I am a bog jumping Irish peasant, as was a relative who aged 23 gave his life during the landing of Montgomery’s army in Syracuse. Which reminds me Monty was a bog trotter. We get everywhere, today there are seven million of Irish descent in the UK, and not just here. There have been eight Irish American presidents of the United States, and today with 34.5 million citizens of Irish descent, Roger in Florida must be thinking of emigrating. Could we have Roger’s interesting views on that other migratory people, the Germans, especially between 1939 and 1945 ?

      • Yes you can. It always comes down to the War with you people, probably because it was the last successful venture you engaged in.
        It is quite clear that the international Anglo/US/Jewish banking cartel were determined to hold Germany down.
        Churchill did their bidding, they had, after all, paid him off very handsomely. But Churchill was leading Britain into oblivion.
        It was Adolph Hitler who saved Britain (albeit inadvertently) not Churchill.

    • Are you including all those ‘bog Irish’ who fought alongside us and sacrificed their lives in the fight against Nazism? A contribution conveniently overlooked by the Irish state till relatively recently. So no respect from either their fellow citizens or you. But not forgotten by many here in Blighty I’m proud to say.

  2. “stupidity”, “buttocks spread”, “foreign bonking”, “illiterate bog jumping Irish peasant”,”Jamaican yardy”, “Albanian drug/prostitution” “paki drug/human trafficking”, “Russian Oligarch compliant”, “disgusting Arab sheik”.
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    It’s hard for me love someone as much as I love Jane Kelly, but

  3. In 1883 Pedro Caroline wrote an English-Portuguese phrasebook even though he had no command of the English language whatsoever. The introduction contains in my opinion some of the worst, and funniest, English prose ever written.

    Each time I attempt to read a contribution from ‘rogerinflorida’ I am reduced to the same tears of laughter as I experienced when I first read Carolino’s book. Indeed so utterly ridiculous is ‘roger’ that I wonder if he is related to the hapless Carolino.

    Carolino’s book is referred to in Stephen Pile’s ‘The Book of Heroic Failures’. It is a shame that at the time Pile wrote it ‘roger’ had not established himself as the most idiotic contributor to the Salisbury Review. Truly a missed opportunity.

  4. ‘There are monuments in Eire to German war dead, none to British war dead. They allowed German reconnaissance airplanes to land and refuel in Eire and they allowed German submarines to refuel and replenish in Eire territorial waters.’

    Show me one scrap of evidence to support these utter, confounded lies.

    • You are being obtuse. Your link shows a cemetery for German war dead. There are many of them across Europe. And the re-fuelling/replenishment nonsense remains a malicious lie. And yes, I’m sure that the vast majority of Irish people are well-disposed towards the British; possibly more so, at times, than the Scots or Welsh.

  5. Are you including all those ‘bog Irish’ who fought alongside us and sacrificed their lives in the fight against Nazism? A contribution conveniently overlooked by the Irish state till relatively recently. So no respect from either their fellow citizens or you. But not forgotten by many here in Blighty I’m proud to say.

  6. Are you including all those ‘bog Irish’ who fought alongside us and sacrificed their lives in the fight against Nazism? A contribution conveniently overlooked by the Irish state till relatively recently. So no respect from either their fellow citizens or you. But not forgotten by many here in Blighty I’m proud to say.

  7. Well said, Patricia. I’m a bit Irish on one side although illegitimate on both sides, all of which sides fought the Nazis. One military uncle died in the war. A road accident in Cornwall. A grandfather actually has a swastika symbol on his grave which he earned in an earlier war having nothing to do with the Nazis.

  8. The Irish government also permitted Short Sunderland flying boats to land in the Shannon estuary during WWII and hence permitted the ferrying of diplomats and politicians to and fro from Britain’s staunchest ally the US. Ireland was technically neutral but like other “neutral” countries it actually had skin in both games – Sweden allowed German troops to cross to Russia while permitting escaped PoWs to return to England; Schweiz also assisted escaped PoWs but also sold Oerlikon guns to the Wehrmacht until as late as 1944. Many Irish people fought and died in huge numbers for the allies in both world wars and after – Irish people also contributed to education and built the railways in Britain while being one of the most viciously repressed and maltreated minorities in the British Empire (but because they are not black/brown/coffee-colored, they do not count in young white liberal Left ideology).

    • The Shannon estuary was a flying boat base before WW2, and it continued in that service until 1942. there was no military assistance given to the Allies in the use of that port.
      Sunderland flying boats on military duty were based in Lough Erne throughout the war. The British were polite enough to ask for permission to overfly Donegal, although had they been impolite there was nothing Eire could have done about it.
      The Irish were no more responsible for Britain’s railroads than negroes were for American cotton.
      “Viciously repressed and maltreated”; is that how you would describe the extension of all British citizenship rights to Eire citizens in the 1948 Republic of Ireland Act?
      It is always the same; no act of such unparalleled generosity will be appreciated. No good deed goes unpunished.

  9. The British and Irish secret services worked closely together in the 2nd World War.From Wikipedia; G2 (Irish Intelligence) first came to public attention during World War II (1939-1945), known in Ireland as The Emergency. Although Ireland had a policy of military neutrality and was “non-belligerent” during WWII, G2 formed secret agreements with the United Kingdom’s Military Intelligence Section 5 (MI5) and the United States’ Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). During this period, G2 intercepted German naval and aerial communications through listening stations located across Ireland, sharing the information with Allied forces.[22] Under the legendary Colonel Daniel “Dan” Bryan, Director of Intelligence, G2 apprehended all thirteen Nazi spies sent to Ireland, notably Hermann Görtz, and broke German codes during the war, under the supervision of cryptologist Richard J. Hayes.

    • The Irish Intelligence services would have been thoroughly penetrated by the Abwehr.
      Any collaboration with the Allies (which probably never happened) would be minimal at best. No British intelligence officer of any significant rank would have shared information with Eire because of the danger to ULTRA.
      Professor F. H. Hinsley’s work “British Intelligence in the Second World War”, the authority on this subject, does not mention any collaboration.
      As usual you are just blowing smoke.

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