August 5th, 2013

Weiner Sexting Girl Shoots Celeb Porno

Continuing in the age old tradition of getting your kit off after being caught up in a political scandal, Sydney Leathers is not even bothering to wait until Anthony Weiner loses the Democratic primary in the race to be the next Mayor of New York. The latest girl involved in in his ongoing scandal fuelled slow motion car crash comeback has already managed to shoot a porn film:

“I’m Sydney Leathers. Anthony Weiner and I had a ‘sexting’ relationship for several months, and that came out in the press, so here I am!”

Christine Keeler, she ain’t…

Via Buzzfeed

257 Comments

  1. 1
    Anthony Weiner says:

    On a scale of one to ten, I’d give her 1.

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  2. 2
    She's not as sexy as Maggie says:

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    • 5
      The 'red 'dead' Ed fightback team says:

      You go brother! We will not be deflected from promoting true socialist bollox by anything as obvious as staying on topic!

      Power to the unions!

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    • 160
      Rolf Harris rαped my Poodle says:

      Frankie Boyle… what a cvnt!

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  3. 4
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Very interesting..How does one sext someone like that? I’ve tried the government issue ipad but all I get is face time with Andy Burnham.

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    • 35
      coughin says:

      Guess you must stop visiting necrophilia sites, Bill

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      • 63
        10.4 highway patrol says:

        it’s not the cough your coughfin ‘ ……… coughfin .

        it’s the coffin they carry you off in

        boom boom !!!

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    • 38
      War on Men says:

      Why is it alright for Sydney to show off her tits but wrong for Anthony to show off the bulge in his gray underpants?

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      • 74
        Namecheck says:

        Apparently Sydney Leathers is her real name. I thought it was a statement of her profession. I had similar problems with Googie Withers.

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        • 94
          Name the Movie says:

          As her name is Sydney Leathers I suggest they call the movie “Miss Whiplash and the Weiner”.

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          • Shami Washdown says:

            Could I have a part please, I will do anything for a part. Please please please.

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          • Carlos Dangler says:

            Willy Wanker and the Chocolate Box

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          • Clyde and his kangeroo says:

            .. and there was I thinking that Sydney was a male name (and a place to find cheap and expensive hookers just a few steps from a famous bridge). Must get out more.

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  4. 6
    US Watch says:

    Come on liberals, repeat after me:

    i) This empowers her
    ii) There is nothing to be ashamed of here
    iii) No issues with this as a role model

    – So – Why are you dropping Weiner on the basis of their ‘empowering’ cell-phone based relationship ?

    Schmucks.

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    • 19
      Tachybaptus says:

      It’s simple. For liberals, being a prostitute or porn star empowers women. But visiting a prostitute or watching the film degrades men.

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  5. 7
    pretentious says:

    family blog?

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  6. 9
    Dave Cumerbund says:

    “If the Spanish government does not stop picking on Gibraltar I will send a gumboot to defend the rock”

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    • 16
      Hopeless Ed Miliband says:

      What a cop-out!

      I’ll hold another referendum like we did when we were last in power. Then I’ll ignore the result and give the territory to Spain anyway.

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    • 20
      Heel Patch says:

      A job for HMS Cornball (ipods at the ready).

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  7. 11
    The EU was finished in 2008 says:

    Time to start keeping those pesky Spanish boats out of UK sovereign waters ?

    Or – they can pay EUR 50 a time to come in, and donate a percentage of the catch to the Crown.

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    • 51
      Intelligent Government Minister says:

      Well, we can’t mess up British holiday makers, but the Spanish fishing fleet sounds an excellent and vulnerable target.

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      • 58
        Dover says:

        Just cut all payments to the EU

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      • 212
        Maq­boul says:

        They’ve scoured the sea bed in their own waters and now they are doing the same to others. Gibralter is creating an artificial reef which will allow stocks some chance of recovering. Fuck ‘em.

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  8. 13
    Heel Patch says:

    Sidney Leathers and Anthony Weiner, Get a grip Cameron (no, not on that you tosser), Shut the internet down Now!.

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    • 15
      Claire Perry says:

      Where is the watershed? At the end of the BBC garden? And more importantly…what exactly is a watershed and what has it to do with swearing and titties on the telly after 9pm?

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      • 22
        The BBC says:

        The only naked forms allowed on telly are male posteriors. On no account should female posteriors be shown.

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      • 28
        Tachybaptus says:

        ‘Watershed’ has always been a crappy analogy for a barrier. Since a watershed is a ridge in the land where rain on one side goes down to river X and rain on the other side goes down to river Y, what goes down on each side is exactly the same stuff. So if you have a 9 pm watershed, you get a constant flow of swearing and titties both before and after 9 pm.

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      • 32
        Heel Patch says:

        The BBC are entitled to broadcast cheap porn to the entire population because they have got the exclusive franchise. Who’s shed was it anyway, Jimmy?.

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    • 67
      10.4 highway patrol says:

      Does this woman really go hell for Leathers …. or is she just as mousily colourless as mousey Monica’s spinach stained dress?

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  9. 14
    Daftdada says:

    She’s 3 alpha-waves away form a nightmare.

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  10. 18
    Fishy says:

    Nice! Have you got a link to her porn film, Guido?

    Or do I have to pop over to Claire Perry’s site for that?

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  11. 21
    Long John Silver's parrott says:

    Someone is going to make a few dollars out of this and it is not going to be the average New Yorker in the street.

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  12. 23
    Brown out & pay ME damages. Stick your jogging up your leeching ginga arse! Respect MY privacy Rights! says:

    All the leeching slags are coming out! Not my problem!. Weiner will be imprisoned with a bit of luck & getting humped up the Brown Star!

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  13. 26
    Brown is the Leech off the Weak! says:

    I despise the cvnt!

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  14. 27
    long in the tooth says:

    ” Christine Keeler she ain’t” ?????

    I was always partial to a bit of Mandy Peas and Rice Davies myself. :)

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    • 33
      Tachybaptus says:

      Both Christine and Mandy look like virgin martyrs beside the creatures you see in the right-hand column of the Daily Mail web site.

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    • 68
      10.4 highway patrol says:

      yes of course but chrissie and mandy were prime grade a british dripping .

      not even to e mentioned in the same as the cheapskate jaded jumboburgers monicas and leathers across the pond

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    • 107
      Blowing Whistles says:

      In the words of Mandy Rice davies – “He would say that”.

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      • 122
        Blowing Whistles says:

        P.S. (or should it be ever so PC!!!?) The above comment by BW and this comment and any others tonight may self-destruct into the ether within 24 hours if they do not comply and conform to the one-eyed, one-world views of the loons who think that they will control the people forever.

        P.P.S. Abraham Lincoln – a quote of his:-

        “You can fool some of the people for some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people for all of the time”

        I like that saying it has a lot of style to it.

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      • 178
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I have been informed that the correct Mandy R-D saying is:
        “He would say that, wouldn’t he?” [*BW chuckles to himself*]

        And where does it originate from? [See archive pages Sund T'legraph over past 4 weekends.]

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  15. 29
    Front bench of all 3 main parties excluding UKIP says:

    I’m really can’t make my mind up between left and right.

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  16. 30
    In other news... says:

    Highly radioactive water is seeping into the Pacific ocean from Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant after breaching an underground barrier.

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  17. 31
    Bring out your SCABBY Socialist Old Bags! That will work! says:

    Desperate Saddos!

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  18. 34
    Brown Out & Pay ME DAMAGES! says:

    Scum!

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  19. 36
    Let's all live a lie for a leeching abusive creep! says:

    Jog On! Grow a moral spine!

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  20. 39
    Let's all live a lie for a leeching abusive creep! says:

    A ginga monger!

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  21. 43
    Let's all live a lie for a leeching abusive creep! Not ME says:

    Kerrrrrching! What’s the bet the ginga one has joggers nipples? Kerrrrrrrchiiing.

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  22. 45
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    I am amazed. And all along I suspected that the girls in the UK who did this were all size 20 with halitosis bad teeth and an unquenchable thirst. What have
    I been missing. Wheres my iphone

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  23. 47
    Lets all live a lie for a leeching abusive creep. Kerrching! says:

    The dark one is worth 10 years of damages & the ginga ones a bonus. Pay back time!

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  24. 48
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    Mind you she looks like she has an IQ of around 85

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  25. 49
    Brown is the leech off the weak! says:

    I can’t stand men who leech off the weak while continuing to insult your intelligence! Scum!

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  26. 53
    Anonymous says:

    Ropey, but filthy looking – the type you’d go home with, but keep quiet about.

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  27. 54
    Peter Lilley, Michael Portillo, Derek Laud, Harvey Proctor, Enoch Powell, Ted Heath, Nigel Evans, Lord Boothby, Leon Brittan says:

    We would just like to put it on record that there are no gays in the Tory party. We are a party of and for heterosexuals who uphold good christian family values. Gays are disgusting and we object to them. There have never been and there never will be any gays in our party.

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  28. 56
    The Dutch Ambassador says:

    I note that our deputy Prime Minister has said very little on the issue of Spanish behaviour over Gibraltar. Presumably his wife has told him not to.

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    • 77
      Heel Patch says:

      William Hague (Foreign Secretary) likes to pipe up about elections in foreign lands which have nothing to do with us, but when the Spanish shit on our doorstep a serious case of myopia sets in. :-)

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      • 85
        Britain says:

        Thanks for reminding me of Hague’s current pay grade. It is so easy to forget what he is supposed to be doing on our behalf.

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      • 88
        willie h says:

        Shall I call up our french carrier which has no aeroplanes?

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      • 104
        polygenesis says:

        Heel patch says: “William Hague (Foreign Secretary) likes to..”

        William Hague is not the foreign secretary, that job now belongs to Catherine Ashton and her EEAS, you may remember her from such roles as CND treasurer and working for the interests of the USSR. We do not have a foreign office any more than we have a real government anymore, thats the price the traitors of the liblabcon are quite willing to pay on our behalf. William Hague is a mouthpiece kept in line by way of pictures and videos of his unseemly personal habits which makes Troy McClures(Simpsons) dark secret to with his love of fish look positively normal.

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  29. 61
    Labour are so up their Brown Star they're smearing themselves! says:

    Haha ha ha!

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  30. 64
    Anonymong says:

    I bet the next James Bond will be a black disabled lesbian marxist. I’m certain of it. That’s what these leftie film producers do. Every James Bond recently has been a leftie casting fantasy. Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, Daniel Craig, all marxist gay disabled mexicans with one leg. We should just do away with darkies, gays and the disabled. I know you’ll all agree with me on this. Let’s just kill them. That’s what we want. In the meantime, I see the bbc have cast a 20 year old black disabled lesbian union member called Peter Capaldi as Dr Who, just as I predicted. These bloody progressive coke snorting arseholes. Dr Who has always been a man but now they’ve gone and given the role to a bloody disabled gay militant lesbian transvestite dwarf from morocco.

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    • 102
      a non says:

      Dont know about black, disabled , lesbian marxist but am certain recent pronouncements by Diane Abbutt often show she hasn’t got a leg to stand on.

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    • 253
      Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep says:

      You forgot the longest-lasting James Bond of them all and compatriot of Lynton Crosby………………..George Lazenby!!

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  31. 66
    Another Scabby Old Bag on the BBC says:

    They are all winners! Bingo!

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    • 70
      Mag Hag says:

      Talking of scabby old bags, why did they cremate Maggie? Were they worried people would vandalise her gravestone? She was probably so shrivelled up and seeping yellow gunge at the end, I feel sorry for the ones who had to prepare her grisly corpse for cremation. Not that different from how she looked most of her life.

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      • 86
        Gordon snot faced says:

        A census taker once tried to test me.
        I ate his bogies with some fava flavoured crisps and a bottle of chianti 7up.

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  32. 71
    Gordon Brown - Ex 'Prime Minister' says:

    Bailed out Goldman Sachs by selling off UK gold and a deliberately depressed price.

    Why did he do that ?

    Is there any truth to the allegations leveled by Mike James ?

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    • 81
      Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

      About time “The Gold” was mentioned. I thought this blog had forgotten about it.

      To be honest, I’ve never lost any sleep over it.

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  33. 75
    10.4 highway patrol says:

    Tell Syd !!

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  34. 76
    Labour a bunch of hypocrites says:

    One of the major employers caught up in the zero hours row that they are stoking is Co-Operative Funeralcare, part of the Co-Operative Group, aka the people who fund the Co-Op Party.

    This is an awkward topic for Labour to pick, given that there are 32 Co-Op MPs on the Labour benches, including Ed Balls. While he doesn’t sit as their representative, Ian Murray, the Shadow Minister responsible for the policy, lists himself as a Co-Operative Party member.

    Perhaps before calling for the contracts to be banned, they might start by boycotting their own campaign donor?

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    • 78
      Heel Patch says:

      How long before the Co-Op’s funeral?.

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    • 82
      Our EU membership fee: 20 billion reasons to vote UKIP says:

      Labour? Ban zero-hour contracts? Zero-hour contracts sprang up in the UK under Labour. Labour looked. It saw. It sat back and did nothing. The Cons will do nothing, too.

      Labour and the Cons won’t ban zero-hour contracts. Just like they didn’t/won’t ban Paypay loan companies (APR 4000+%, FFS!).

      Thanks to Dimmy Dave Camoron, the next government will be another Labour government. It is almost inevitable. Watch Labour do SFA about zero-hour contracts and payday loan sharks.

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      • 155
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Fact – Alan Johnson was at the forefront of bringing in ‘Zero’ and ‘Annualised’ Hours contracts. Rupees NDS attempted to bring it in until someone pointd out what a fucking con it (A’nnlised hours) was.

        It was all part of Pat Hewitts & Alan Johnsons (DTi) – ‘win-win’ mantras of B/S.

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    • 84
      Eric Joyce says:

      Whenever people mention the Co-op, these days they find it convenient to forget that I was bought and paid for by them. I am their kind of guy.

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    • 87
      The cat in the hat says:

      Be fair, they don’t know when people are going to die, do they?

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      • 100
        Equity says:

        I have nothing against the concept of casual labour. I do object to employers restraining people who they are not giving paid work to from selling their labour elsewhere.

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        • 242
          Tom Catesby says:

          Correct! I thought that ‘The free movement of labour’ and selling that labour to’the highest bidder’, was meant to be a key element of what many politicians and business ‘leaders'(what they?), are pleased to call, ‘free market capitalism. This report of ‘directed or controlled labour’, smells like good old fashioned centralised soviet state planning or the piss poor economics of the fascist corporate state.

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    • 110
      Sir William Waid says:

      Zero-hour contracts are a natural response to the imposition of a minimum wage, which is a fine example of valuing intentions over results. The people who wanted a minimum wage mostly meant well and, no doubt, felt good about themselves, but they were forcibly pricing a million people out of the labour market.

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      • 119
        Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

        Surely that was not the case during the Boom Years (1997-2007) when that nice Mr Blair was in charge.

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    • 182
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Zero Hours work equally for the left as much as the right.

      i.e. The left (State controllers) keep em enslaved for a pittance
      The Right (Corporate greedy controllers) keep em enslaved for a pittance

      Wakey wakey…

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  35. 79
    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    It is perfect natural and fine to be racist.

    Everybody has the tribal instinct: It is evolved into us.

    It is important not to act irrationally on this instinct, and if feeling very strong negative feelings of this nature, move away from the triggers and regain focus.

    Anyone who attempts to manipulate reactions based on this instinct in others should be isolated.

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    • 83
      Okey-dokey says:

      “if feeling very strong negative feelings of this nature, move away from the triggers and regain focus.”

      AKA “White Flight”.

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    • 89
      Sir William Waid says:

      How very nice to read something true.

      I suggest that racism, properly speaking, is something more than instinctive suspicion or dislike of ‘the other’. It’s more of an intellectual idea that the minor differences between different groups are really important and justify legal and political constructs such as war, colonialism, apartheid and slavery. This survives today in the legal concept of the ‘hate crime’.

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    • 92
      The cat in the hat says:

      It is important not to act irrationally on this instinct, and if feeling very strong negative feelings of this nature, move away from the friggers and regain focus.
      Better still, live in the Old Rectory with a 6 acre garden then you can pontificate at will about the joys on multiculturalism safe in the knowledge that you’re all right.
      Or, even better still, live in Tuscany.

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    • 153
      Anonymous says:

      How can you think “tribal” and “racist” are connected.

      Take a Pacific islands I know well. They were all of the same origin. Yet historically they had absolute hate of each other. To the point that they intended to wipe out the other islands male population.

      The genetic makeup of a group has nothing what so ever to do with the need to identify and protect a community. It just does not make sense to combine the concepts together. Even within a family group there can be triggered a divide, that creates a hate between the groups. A nation can divide over a religion, or even simply different leaders.

      There is no generic instinct.

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  36. 91
    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    @Okey-dokey: ‘White Flight’ : Should not be evoked as a negative label.

    People are free to live where they wish provided they have the economic means to do so.

    Those who you will be living near are an important consideration in the decision of where you choose to settle.

    It is unacceptable for the term ‘White Flight’ to be projected as a pejorative. It is also calling into question peoples basic right to decide where they wish to live.

    Anyone projecting this term negatively should be stopped and prevented from doing so. They are clearly attempting to manipulate the tribal instinct in people negatively.

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  37. 93
    willie h says:

    I would much prefer kicking about in the sand with issues of humanity, bit of hand-wringing and the like, bah gum, in muzzzie shitholes than dealing with Gibralter.

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  38. 95
    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    it is to do with perceptions of perfection
    knowing oneself to be perfect in every way then my obligation to society is to shag all the best looking women in order to make perfect babies. what is wrong with that ?

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    • 234
      Clyde says:

      Another one for modding:
      The old plantation owners did that with their slaves. Put the best with the best and improve the stock. That’s why some of these folk, a few generations on, are now taller, stronger, fitter than most of the rest of the world. Just look at their athletes to see what I mean (even the ones who don’t cheat!).

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  39. 97
    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    @Sir William Waid: A precise definition of the term ‘racism’ is difficult because it is trying to define a range of irrational emotions and instincts which manifest themselves very deep in the mind.

    The origins are in the basal ganglia: A part of the brain which some now consider to have been inherited from our reptile ancestors. Ignore !cke – in academic circles this is identified as the R-Complex.

    This part of the mind is purely nature: Not nurture.

    It is responsible for basic survival. It triggers below the subconscious, manifests itself irrationally, and will motivate the organism much more strongly than most of the higher emotional centers which humans generally possess.

    We are really talking about the tribal instinct.

    The examples you site are very powerful examples of how this instinct has been manipulated for certain ends. Very successfully as well.

    Denying this instinct through high level negative emotional programming will fail as the underlying instinct will always trump the higher level.

    It also leaves the individual vulnerable as it denies the individual the chance to identify the instinct and learn how to properly manage it, as well as how to deal with those who deliberately attempt to manipulate it for their own ends.

    Being aware of this aspect of humanity and understanding how to control it is somewhat important. This reduces the chance of an individual reacting in an irrational manner by helping an individual to critically evaluate their own state of mind before taking an action, and perhaps how they arrived at that state.

    Preventing those who would wish to manipulate this instinct in individuals is a critical responsibility for society.

    Hate crime legislation based on this is really legislating against human nature and should be struck off. Such legislation has zero legitimacy.

    This instinct should not considered a valid defense for crimes committed under common law.

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    • 103
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      I don’t think that what you say here is correct. My value that I put on a person is ( well concerning men) do they speak sensibly, do they have anything to say to me from which I might learn. I used in the past to be aware of peoples’ skin colour but I really do not see that now ( I’m 64 ) I just see guys and idiots

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    • 138
      Anonymous says:

      You are basically wrong in all aspects of brain functionality.
      You refer to the wrong regions. The lower levels only gather and process bodily response to basic emotions. The recognition of a person is not hard wired in a brain. The ability to recognise a face is however hardwired. But it is only useful if it is taught. In the absence of other human faces that brain section will not be used, and could be overrun by other areas.

      A child is absolutely controlled by the lower level “needs”. That is because the higher reasoning is literally not switched on. A child holds no hate. It has however learned familiarity.

      However past the age of 21 the brain is in full control, but still learning. Although in a forced sub-second decision a person will take certain decisions that a more reasoned approach would not condone. For instance putting an arm out to protect itself and accidentally hitting a person close by.

      Yet every hate crime is a long timescale reasoned decision and is not driven by any low level reactions. It is purely the result of nurture.

      Please do not use fake science to justify it.

      The question is why humanity has hate, wars and gangs? They certainly do not need genetic differences to create them. History shows us that perfectly.

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    • 157
      Anonymous says:

      You are basically wrong in all aspects of brain functionality.
      You refer to the wrong regions. The lower levels only gather and process bodily response to basic emotions. The recognition of a person is in not hard wired in a brain. The ability to recognise a face is however hardwired. But it is only useful if it is taught. In the absence of other human faces that brain section will not be used, and could be overrun by other areas.

      A child is absolutely controlled by the lower level “needs”. That is because the higher reasoning is literally not switched on. A child holds no hate. It has however learned familiarity.

      However past the age of 21 the brain is in full control, but still learning. Although in a forced sub-second decision a person will take certain decisions that a more reasoned approach would not condone. For instance putting your arms out to protect yourself and accidentally hitting a person close by.

      Yet every hate crime is a reasoned decision and is not controlled by any low level reactions. It is purely the result of nurture.

      Please do not use fake science to justify it.

      The question is why humanity has hate wars and gangs? They certainly do not need genetic differences to create them. History shows us that perfectly.

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      • 194
        have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

        “The question is why humanity has hate wars and gangs? They certainly do not need genetic differences to create them. History shows us that perfectly.”

        that is a really good question to which I do not have a ready answer certainly there is a tendency to isolate the odd one from the society, somebody more bright can probably answer why the need to do that is there.

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        • 198
          have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

          but when I was in my formative years I thought to myself I think I will make up my own mind about the society of minds that I would like to be in thank you very much.

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  40. 105
    Ed Miliband says:

    Hullo! I am Ed Miliband!

    [falls over, breaks ankle]

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  41. 108
    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    @HYNHIALLT-LochNessMonster: Note I do not speak about value which we ascribe to others.

    That is a higher level critical judgement.

    I am speaking of the lower level reactions.

    With age comes wisdom and experience, which is perhaps why you personally do not experience this. You may also be in a position where the triggers which you had previously do not feature on a daily basis in your life anymore.

    I am not being critical of your moniker, but examine that carefully and perhaps how you feel about those who follow that religion, especially in the light of what has happened in the UK recently. I do not judge you on you feelings by the way, just reflect.

    Using humor to dissipate negative feelings is a good strategy and a very English one: I see no other reason for publicly airing the comparison.

    Those you draw attention to do feel hatred towards others because their religion directly manipulates the base tribal instinct.

    Think carefully why they insist that people convert, identify infidels, and wish to wage j!had against non believers. All religions do this to a degree, but some more than others. It is a powerful motivator for the unsuspecting followers.

    It is the tribal instinct to which I am speaking about, which should be recognized, accepted, and that people should learn to manage critically without negative programming.

    Not the value which we critically ascribe to others: That is very different.

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  42. 111
    Work / Shirk Balance says:

    David : So Mariano, can we agree that you will create a little Spanish stinko mundo over the rock ?
    Mariano: Absolutely Davido, that way the punterios will fail to notice our cuts and we can all wave our lovely flags across the sea!
    David: Theres a good chap, now, did i tell you about these zero-hours contract thingies. . .

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  43. 115
    DOCTOR POOH says:

    Well at least Weiner flashed his Weiner all over the internet
    Not like our mard arsed labour MP’s who parade about in their underpants

    Get straight to the point and flash the goods

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  44. 117
    Saffron says:

    Catherine assston liebour plant and boily elected by no one are just a couple of no marks who are insignificant in the scheme of things.
    Of the politico’s I listen to today all of them except the ones who would like to return the Uk to it’s past are in MYHO a bunch of freeloading tossers,big time.
    I think it’s time that we had politico’s in this land who were interested in this land rather than playing political games.
    Voters of this land wakey wakey and vote for your country rather than for a bunch of could’nt care less opportunists.

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  45. 118
    Jose Mourinho says:

    I thought I was the special one.

    Then I met Ed Miliband.
    He is so ‘special’ he should have a K® after his name.

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    • 123
      Two dogs, Schrödinger's cat, Fifty seventh earl, and so many other pseudo-intellectual monikers says:

      I say, that is very witty. Well done!

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  46. 120
    robbie says:

    Well she would say that, wouldn’t she.

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  47. 124
    Straw Pole says:

    It’s the truth Blue. My Poll says so.

    More people on planet Earth can recognise Ralph Harris than David Cameron.

    Ed Miliband is considered to look more of a perv than Ralph Harris even though no one in my pole recognised David.

    If the British cops don’t lay off Ralph then 90% of whinging pomms will whinge.

    Ralph is more popular than Clare Balding.

    He didn’t do it.

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    Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

    If this Gibraltar issue continues and creates a labour shortage perhaps they could invite all the Moroccans who were unceremoniously kicked out years ago when the border with Spain re-opened.

    How enriched is the Rock? I know it’s solid – like my bennies and pensions!

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    • 134
      Rock on Gib says:

      I remember last time it happened and it was a real pain in the arse as you couldn’t pop across the border for an afternoon’s golf and piss up. Landing on the airstrip was a bit hairy too, with the plane still banking as it touched down trying to keep out of sp1ck air space.

      No water catchment these days so at some stage Dave has got to show some balls and keep the desalination plants in fuel

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  49. 127
    The EU says:

    Help us

    We are afraid Its all going a bit coastal and mildly temperate regions type of fruit of a tree, spherical at the base and tapering toward the stalk, light green in colour and conforming to treaty pages 678 to 763 on Pyrus communis -and subsections weights metric measures, cultivation,size shape and uniformity among EU members

    – shaped.

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  50. 128
    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    @TwoDogsOfEmpiricism: Read the earlier chain above :-)

    There is absolutely no problem with acceptance of background.

    Part of negative programming for suppressing the tribal instinct is to coerce one to reject their background usually through association of the individuals background with feelings of guilt and shame.

    This is a serious infringement of the right of an individual and is not an acceptable practice. If examined the individual will realize that these feeling are themselves completely irrational.

    (It should be noted that it is now proven that negative emotional states do have a negative impact on physical health, so leaving aside the mental health side effects, such as depression / feelings of suicide / irrational anger, fostering negative emotional states directly harms the health and well being of individuals.)

    A good example of where the pattern of rejecting backgrounds spectacularly failed was in Yugoslav!a. Once the enforcers of the programming (Red Army) left, nature reasserted itself and what followed was inevitable.

    This is why identifying with the instinct, accepting and understanding how to control it, and knowing how to manage it when it is trying to control you is important.

    The default irrational reaction is what causes the trouble: Not peoples backgrounds, cultures or religious beliefs.

    Rivalry is fine, and jokes at mutual expense are Ok.

    But left unchecked, where those regular social interactions and emotions stem from does lead to more serious confrontation / competition up to and including genocide.

    Use of cultural history – fact and mythology – by propagandists is a very simple way to manipulate a susceptible population into certain states through this instinct.

    The manipulation should be prevented, but acceptance of background should not be an issue for anyone.

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      Two dogs, Schrödinger's cat, Fifty seventh earl, and so many other pseudo-intellectual monikers says:

      Ho no no.

      I love it.

      Give me more!

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      Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

      There is nothing you say with which I disagree.

      Not sure why you posted down here as opposed to against my moniker, the significance of which I explained on this site earlier today, in a sincere tribute to WVOQ.

      But as you have the capacity to appreciate, it does not cover the full story. People do fall out, they turn to violence, they kill each other.

      Hobbes’ Leviathan has rung true in every decade:


      In such condition, there is no place for industry; because the fruit thereof is uncertain: and consequently no culture of the earth; no navigation, nor use of the commodities that may be imported by sea; no commodious building; no instruments of moving, and removing, such things as require much force; no knowledge of the face of the earth; no account of time; no arts; no letters; no society; and which is worst of all, continual fear, and danger of violent death; and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.

      
      

      Despite this we still must struggle to preserve decent values amongst all those who would attempt to trip us up.

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      Anonymous says:

      To even consider a persons background as a part of a decision is wrong.

      The acts of ancestors of a person, the acts of ancestors of the neighbour, the acts of ancestors of their enemies should all be used equally to learn from humanities mistakes. But they are not us.

      We should sit on their shoulders and demonstrate that their faults were not in vain.

      Sadly, it seems we now sit at their feet blind as we degrade humanity.

      Forget genetics, we do need to live as communities on a human scale. Note how politicians, bent on one global government, gather themselves in small groups providing for all their needs and avoiding all contact with others. They work on the rules for a chess game without any knowledge that the pieces they manipulate are the same as themselves. We are their enemy. We do not conform to their needs.

      Look at the EU with its closed community changing sites so it never has to mingle with the non-politicians. Why is it good for them, if it is not allowed for us. Simply because we are not their gang. We are separated and inferior. Time to change. But it is not anything based on genetics that will be changed.

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    trickcycler says:

    Of course you make the assumption that Loch Ness’s playfull monika is meant to bellitle Islam rather than the possibility of praising it , revealing your own biased individual leanings and feelings.
    Pseudo Psychology and associate psychiatry are crap on so many levels.
    Congratulations on proving it so succesfully here.

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  52. 139
    William Hague and Anjem Choudary set to become brothers in arms says:

    https://twitter.com/anjemchoudary/status/364429065744154624

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      nellnewman says:

      Interesting that choudray supports the taliban killing and maiming women and children but opposes assad doing the same thing!!

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        Namecheck says:

        Tali ban and Choudray Sunni, Bashar Shia. As simple as that

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      • 171
        A theologian says:

        That would be an ecumenical matter

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          Agnes Nostic says:

          Don’t really know the difference between Sunni and Shia. Just console myself with thinking it’s similar to the difference between Catholic and Protestant. All of them sure have fought each other a lot over the centuries.

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          • Wikipedia PBUI says:

            The primary difference between Sunni and Shia Islam derives from a disagreement over the passing of authority from Muhammad to his successors. Sunnis believe that Abu Bakr, the father of Muhammad’s wife Aisha, was Muhammad’s rightful successor and that the method of choosing or electing leaders (Shura) endorsed by the Quran is the consensus of the Ummah, (the Muslim community).

            Shiites believe that Muhammad divinely ordained his cousin and son-in-law Ali (the father of his grandsons Hasan ibn Ali and Hussein ibn Ali) in accordance with the command of God to be the next caliph making Ali and his direct descendants Muhammad’s successors.

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          • Agnes Nostic says:

            Thanks loads, need to educate myself more. The mind boggles why that causes such bloodshed.

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        Sacerdos Decollatus says:

        ….and what about the priest whose head they hacked off?

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        Farid says:

        Not really very interesting actually. Anjem Choudhary is a dullard. He dare not think for himself.

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      Allan, you at t'bar says:

      The religion of piss.

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      Anon says:

      Has allah got something to do with South West Trains now?

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  53. 146
    Don't Vote Labour says:

    Joke Time:

    Two socialists are sat in a wine bar.

    One of them says: Hey – I’ve got a good idea !

    The other says: No you don’t, we do.

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  54. 147
    Bazinga! says:

    Why is it when Newsnight have dumb female presenters it’s even more shit than normal.

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    • 236
      Bruce and Sheila says:

      It’s a cunning plan to make you stop buying their bloody licence mate. Follow the antipodeans who kicked all that licencing crap into touch because nobody bought it any more. You should try it in your country.

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      Anonymous says:

      Because they are female and dumb.

      Hope that helps.

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  55. 148
    nellnewman says:

    Hmmm.

    Time for cameron to show the EU/Spain the red card over Gibraltar.

    I think a visiting naval warship of some type would be appropriate about now.

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  56. 150
    nellnewman says:

    Does anybody know where militwit, bullyballs, hattyharpic and the rest have gone and hid?

    They haven’t been heard of for days now!

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  57. 166
    Diane Fatbott says:

    THE NAME’S ‘FATBOTT’ NOT ‘FATBERG…..

    https://twitter.com/headlinenews/status/364411067880849410

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    • 169
      Cornish Pilchard says:

      “The 15-tonne mass of festering food fat mixed with wet wipes and sanitary products threatened to send raw sewage spurting onto the leafy streets of Kingston upon Thames.”

      So that’s where Balls has been hiding

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      • 183
        Viewer says:

        Talking of Fartbott/berg, have just seen Jacqui Smith on Sky paper review,; seems to be rapidly reaching the size of the great Bott.

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        • 239
          Matilda says:

          WTF is Sky still giving this expenses thief air time? Plus she has no opinions worth listening to anyway.

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        • 245
          Anonymous says:

          and the shameless bitch was yakking about the evils of porn, for other people obviously

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    • 188
      Bazinga! says:

      Abbott needs to cut down on the burgers, she’s fucking up the sewers now.

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      • 240
        Burgers (especially those made in a lab) are exceedingly bad for you says:

        … as I keep telling you all.

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    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    @TwoDogsOfEmpiricism: Agree with you and Hobbes is correct.

    However I do not make the argument anywhere that peace and harmony between people will reign supreme. That is as unnatural as suppressing human instinct.

    The case of falling out and irreconcilable differences is covered when necessity dictates that an individual or a nation state has to engage in conflict with an opponent. That should be a very rational decision and at the international level generally is these days.

    (NB: US as Leviathan helps to ensure this)

    Entering into conflict for irrational reasons, or manipulating an otherwise peaceful society into a war by appealing to base instinct is unacceptable, and that is what people should be guarded against.

    Those agents which set the tone of public opinion should refrain from using those techniques, but it is an individuals responsibility to ensure that they are aware when they are being influenced in this way and to ensure that those who try to manipulate them in this way are prevented from doing so successfully.

    What happens in the heat of battle is one thing, but when conflict is entered this should be for rational reasons alone. The cost to the people directly involved and society generally is usually quite high so such decisions must be made with careful consideration.

    Engaging in tribal conflict is not a rational decision, unless one is defending against a determined irrational aggressor. In that case the decision to engage in defense is a perfectly rational decision.

    I am really very narrowly focused on the issue of politically correct ideology and some of the flawed underpinnings of multi-culti at present. The current collectivist model is broken (was never working properly in the first place) and it needs to be replaced with the individualist tout suite.

    Seeing as the artificial concept of ‘race relations’ has been a perverse obsession for those that have tried to build such a society here, by using a poorly qualified term such as rac!sm as both a tool for controlling thought and clarion call to their support, deconstructing that with a focus on a less negative and more positive individual framework is what is of interest.

    From a Libertarian perspective, the core moral tenet of ‘do no harm’ could be a good candidate for replacing the mess of negative associations which have been pushed under the PC model, with a single simple positive doctrine.

    For the positive stimulus to work it is necessary for the individual to understand what it is they need to be aware of within themselves, and once aware learn how to manage. It is also necessary for society to monitor itself responsibly.

    This is not looking for a perfect solution, just a stronger and more agreeable one which would help with the restoration of individual liberty, and counter the arguments of those who wish to continue to deny these.

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    • 175
      Fishy says:

      Quite

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    • 177
      Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

      Again, agree with all you say.

      I was always struck by the wisdom of Alfred the Great who possibly first inverted the Golden Rule:

      Instead of One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself, he proposed One should not treat others in ways that one would not like to be treated, an easier ideal to aspire to and proof that his title was deserved. A real Philosopher King.

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      • 207
        The Aristotle Of The Bottle says:

        In descending order of misanthropy, cynicism and/or psychopathy:

        The Golden Rule = Do unto others as you would that others do unto you.

        The Silver Rule = Do unto others as those others have done unto you.

        The Nickel Rule = Do unto others as you wish, your playing fair ain’t gonna make a nickel’s worth of difference anyway to some people.

        The Copper Rule = Do unto others unless there’s a copper standing there.

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      • 241
        Burgers (especially those made in a lab) are exceedingly bad for you says:

        He was too busy philosophising that he forgot about his cakes. Stupid git.

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      History has No Future says:

      ah yes Hobbes, the believer in the sovereign absolutism – yes, the tories are taking us back to the 17th century

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    • 193
      Anonymous says:

      There is no homogenous state of humanity that can forever expand as a society.

      For society to exist it has to relate to itself. It has to have an identity. To have an identity it must therefore have a difference to those outside. Within that identity people can have individualism. An identity could be as simple as a standard greeting within the group.

      If a grouping is forced or created by propaganda it is a cult. It requires the force to continue and therefore requires the forcing element to exist. It is not a society. It is not sustainable.

      But note, humanities average is not always present in individuals. The story teller that moved between societies and entertains had no social entity to which they belonged. They were the conduits for knowledge. These, and other skills, created the glue that tied the societies together and moderated any extreme tendencies. They were the travellers. They might not go far physically, but they crossed between societies.

      They were the negotiators. Now we have a government that requires only a certain type of individuals that can fit in with their closed society, so we preclude the real peace makers. We do not have the envoys, they just play act the parts. The politicians only solution is to remove the divides. They want one homogenous world to play with.

      But that just destroys humanity.

      It is the politics that is broken not the people.

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    Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

    Washington Post, lefty rag, has been sold by Washington Post Co who can’t make ends meet.

    Another vanity purchase at the price of $250m cash.

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  61. 181
    barry davies says:

    hey, look what I got here
    a prime example of what the tories and elites expect of the population

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/10223681/Intrusive-Countess-told-housekeeper-she-must-not-get-pregnant-tribunal-told.html

    to serve them until we drop
    you know what- the tories and elites can fuck offb

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  62. 187
    Her vote would get my weiner says:

    Brilliant! Another politician waxing lyrical about ethics caught sending piccies of his todger to totties. What a twat. I like the school disco look she’s adopted too.

    He could do a cameo as an angry father of a St Trinans boarder.

    She can definitely rough up my suspect and she looks dirty enough for the job.

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  63. 191
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    @Anonymous: You have succinctly outlined the arguments against the flawed collectivist multi-culti model and the comparative strengths of the individualist model.

    The collectivist model is unsustainable, and its failure mode is likely somewhat rapid and unpredictable, as evidenced from history where this has occurred.

    Finding a safe path destination for society to transition to, and transitioning the individuals paradigm smoothly is important. This is as much about philosophy as it is about politics – more a philosophical shift which is required.

    Those who transition should experience quite a lot of relief.

    There is no need to continue with the failed restrictive collectivist paradigm.

    I do not mean to make a closed argument on paradigms.

    Guiding the individual to the new model is required in order to exit the negative circular loop in which collectivism has trapped most.

    In politics, a similar feedback loop which the communitarian model has introduced similarly needs to be decoupled carefully. I would argue that this is what is principally broken in politics at present.

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  65. 202
    Alf Garnet says:

    I’ve just got home from the pub….you bunch of fucking sados!

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  66. 204
    Blowing Whistles says:

    *** Late ‘ramping up of t.hreat news ***

    Well “Wag the Dog” [Flim] “Trick or Treat” [Flam] news being ramped up – reporters getting ‘all giddy’ being F.E.D proper ganda b/s of impending do9om style eleven ‘be fearful stuff’. So B fraid B V Frayed at the edges.

    If ‘it’ happens they’ll claim 2 b our saviours
    If ‘it’ fails they’ll claim 2 b our saviours

    Trick or Treat anyone? UNnotfalse flags of Desperate 2 decieve Skulls ‘n bones / roger jolly’s

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  67. 206
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I do hope that all those at GCHQ – are not falling over themselves with all the political duplicity that they (at GCHQ) are being f e d by the politically caught out?

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      Carlos Dangler says:

      I doubt it. Apparently these days they only have to look up your posts on here to find out what’s really happening in the world.

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      • 257
        Blowing Whistles says:

        CD – your comment has been noted. As for a reply to its content I make “No comment” – save that innocent and honest people would do well to make similar as in “No Comment interviews” when they are arrested / invited to be interviewed by The Pigs. btw also worth refusing to have a d.uty solicitor ‘act’ for them too just saying like.

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    Billy from Walsden says:

    In 1982 under a Thatcher Government flood water four feet deep was in my kitchen.

    In 2013 under a Cameron Government there is now four foot three inches of water in my kitchen.

    Same old Tories.

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  70. 218
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms says:

    I have never met this Mr Weiner in my life but it is quite clear to me he has serious sexual problems which make him unfit to serve the public.

    There should be some sort of Court Order keeping him away from public life until he is better.

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    • 220
      Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

      I doubt that the tumescent Mr Weiner will be pressing his unwanted business into the comparative safety of Clydach from across the Atlantic.

      You may relax your guard a bit.

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  71. 219
    albacore says:

    Telling Dave to send a frigate to Gibraltar?
    You might as well ask these fake Tories to alter
    All their E U arse-licking, pink pussycat spots
    And not let a Spanish onion give them the trots
    Still, with London itself more foreign than British
    Would Parliament dare get leonine and skittish?

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  72. 221
    Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

    It’s no wonder none of my friends are teenage Tories Carola Binney in DT

    http://bit.ly/1eemDVE

    She has a brain as well. :-)

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    • 223
      albacore says:

      If there were any Tories left, Old Sport
      They might give a damn what the kids are taught
      And, being in government, put it right
      But, with Dave’s lot, chances of that are slight

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  73. 224
    Anonymong says:

    I bet the next King will be a disabled black lesbian indian transvestite dwarf with one hand. These bloody progressive leftie coke snorting royals.

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  74. 225
    Anonymong says:

    I bet the next Windows update will be a gay disabled lesbian militant one legged gay black software from Delhi. These bloody leftie coke snorting progressive software manufacturers.

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  75. 226
    Anonymong says:

    I bet when I ask for a coffee at Starbucks, they’ll give me a wheelchair using black gay mexican lesbian dwarf with cancer instead. These bloody marxist progressive coke snorting leftie communist coffee chains.

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  76. 227
    nellnewman says:

    I see labour has chosen ‘zero hours contracts’ as their summer campaign to get themselves noticed in the press.

    a bit of an odd choice given that 32 labour mp’s including bullyballs are Coop sponsored mp’s and that the Coop is one of the biggest employers of people on zero hour contracts.

    Are labour mp’s going to start their campaign to do away with zero hour contracts by attacking their own donor first then??!!

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    not much going on, so just a test says:

    Thatcher
    :)

    :-@

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  78. 251
    Bart Simpson's spelling teacher says:

    Sadly, a high percentage of Americans cannot tell the difference between a Weiner and a Wiener (at least not when it comes to spelling and pronouncing the words). LOL

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  79. 252
    Roger Johnson says:

    Sydney Leathers? Is the answer in the name? Sid knee leathers? So I looked up “SID” in the urban dictionary and discovered it meant “suck it dry”.

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You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

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