September 27th, 2013

WATCH: Spanish School Children Stage Sick Gibraltar Massacre

In their continuing quest to start a war with Britain, here is what the Spanish are teaching their children in schools. A group of children are forced stage a mock invasion of Gibraltar, ending with the kids pretending to shoot dead British residents:

That’s fightin’ talk…


387 Comments

  1. 1
    Daily Fail says:

    Umm. The Spanish government aren’t teaching this, the teachers at this school are.

    This post reads like an article from the Daily Fail.

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    • 2
      Lord Mandelbum of Fondelboys says:

      Well Libtard, let’s see what the Spanish government’s response to this is then!

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      • 5
        Spanish Government says:

        Que ?

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          Johnny Foreigner says:

          There dago again – sick barstewards if they think that’s acceptable.

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          • Snotsicle says:

            I’d like to see how that tank fares against a Challenger 2.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            It wouldn’t stand a chance against a 100 year old Mark I Male!

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          • Attention says:

            I’d like to see how that tank fares against two divisions of her H M Larger Louts with permission to cause some damage. ‘Ave it.

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          • Toxic Labour scum trashed my Country says:

            Spanish Farmers would go bankrupt immediately if the UK boycotted their produce, they are playing a dangerous game. Just like that absolute total fuckwit Ed Multimillionaireband who knows less about economics than the average two year old,

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            I went to the Tank museum at Bovington, Dorset, yesterday. They have the world’s first tank prototype there. It’s called “Little Willy”. This may be the cause of the current Spanish problem.

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          • There is a very strong anti-British feeling here but I think that I have managed to persuade most people that we are pleasant, sophisticated and worthy of time for good conversation.
            I am not sure that I could say the same for every Brit abroad!

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          • Too Tall Tim says:

            Good for you cat. I am sure that you do.
            It is unfortunate how many Brits let their country down, both at home and abroad. It is good that some people try to maintain standards.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Its in very poor taste considering the blood bath in Kenya.Dont these morons get newspapers ?

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Hey there Blue Anony – the real hidden Desperado political agenda is to cause division between the British ‘people’ and the Spanish ‘people’ – to cause the British people to rally behind and back the ‘faux’ British government and likewise the Spanish people / ‘faux’ Spanish government.

            The trick being to distract from the fact that the British Government and the Spanish Government have been usurped and are beholden to the EU Monster.

            Is this a conspiracy theory or not – some of the thicker on here need to work it fucking out for themselves rather than being led like donkeys by these faux governments and the pitiful and misguided living the lie msm?

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            p.s. I appear to have forgotten to mention that the faux governments are 80% controlled by the monied Jisraeli mob … apologies – I am Sorry about that.

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          • Blowing Wet Farts says:

            p.s. I have changed my name to something more in keeping with my posting style.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Ahh -Di dumms some intellectually challenged fuckwit goes into smear / mantra mode. Me … I am fucking flattered yet again.

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          • I am not sure why you are flattered. It drives me to distraction. I wonder whether there should be some form of registration system, or a different colour if you log in, so that we can all tell who is who.

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          • I guess not, but I tried to make my previous moderated comment a couple of times and it does not get through. Very odd.

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          • The 9:21 pm post by my sockpuppet is so way off beam that it becomes almost amusing.

            Istria is a quadrilaterally shaped peninsular in the northern Adriatic. Much of its littoral was under Venetian influence and subsequent control for some seven centuries or more. It then fell completely under Habsburg rule in 1797 as the Küstenland until the time of the Second Yugoslavia in 1943.

            The influence of Italy (which still has a tiny foothold on the peninsular with Croatia having the major part and Slovenia somewhat lesser), Austria and Germany has been colossal, both from historical times and in current times because of their huge contribution to the tourist trade.

            The English are known about mainly for our contribution to pop/rock music from the 60s/70s and for the fact that, as almost universally now, it is taught as the first foreign language in the local schools.

            So the contention that there is a very strong anti-British feeling here is about as sound as a claim that Britain is overrun by Aborigines.

            So my troll’s post has rather boomeranged on him.

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          • 1:37 am and 1:39 am, which appeared whilst I was writing the above, are also barely literate.

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          • Commen Sense says:

            The mussies have been actually doing it to countries for years.

            It’s a sign of progress and development.

            Of course they would never do it in the UK… Oh they have already…

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          • What can we tax next? says:

            @Blowing Whistles
            “Is this a conspiracy theory or not”?

            Of course it is.

            Until proven to be an actual conspiracy.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I know they should be like the British terror government and actually murder children

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        Simon B says:

        this “person” is obviously a Labour-voting communist.

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      Qui? says:

      Nope, can’t see the word government anywhere,,, Fail.

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      Duty Pedant says:

      The children did not appear to be forced.

      They did seem to be either enjoying it, or laughing nervously.

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      • 38
        Spanish practices says:

        Brits should simply holiday elsewhere and watch the Spanish economy go right down the shitter for good.

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          Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

          I was torn off a strip for suggesting that a few months ago.

          It might have been by portaloo posting annonmously.

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          • A.n.other says:

            Agreed. Not only that, but the bastards charge foreigners with holiday homes a wealth tax, which mmmm, the locals are not familiar with. Spain is corrupt. They don’t play by the rules, which us Brits foolishly stick to religiously. The fact that the FO has a campaign running warning Brits that they are being targeted by modern day highway robbers in Spain is proof that the country is going to pot fast. Maybe the cops should stop hanging out at cafés and bars when on duty and catch some crims. The Spanish authorities need to stop biting the hand that feeds them and the only way to do that is to choose an alternative holiday destination. The level of growing criminality suggests that you may as we’ll cut your teeth in Central America.

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          • Effed off says says:

            If we told Spanish fishermen to fuck off, they’d be fucked, they are the only fuckers allowed to fish in UK fucking waters, oh and the fucking French.

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        • 327
          Simon B says:

          Indeed. Every British person who moved to Spain is a traitor. I would not be surprised if we end up needing to invade Spain and teach them a lesson.

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          • Freedom for British Gibraltar says:

            You first, blowhard

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          • Simon B says:

            You’re obviously a Labour-voting, benefits-receiving commie. You’ll be one of the first against the wall once we have a much-needed proper right-wing, capitalist dictatorship. Fuc|<ing commie.

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          • Phoney Watch says:

            I doubt you even own your own wall, let alone know how to load a gun and shoot people up against it.

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          • Simon B says:

            I’m a captain of industry and I’m worth around £7 million. Try again you filthy tree-hugging, Global-warming-believing green commie scum.

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    • 42
      Gideon says:

      Send Borus in to waffle them into submission

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    • 130
      El Cid says:

      Tapas at dawn.

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    • 137
      Big Momma says:

      The Spanish teachers must be affiliated to our NUT(S) union.
      Audience don’t seem so impressed.

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    • 143

      We will fight them on the beach̶e̶s̶ , we will fight them ̶o̶n̶ in the ̶l̶a̶n̶d̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶f̶i̶e̶l̶d̶s̶ airport duty free shop, we will fight them amongst the ̶f̶i̶e̶l̶d̶s̶ ̶a̶n̶d̶ ̶h̶e̶d̶g̶e̶r̶o̶w̶s̶ bars and boutiques. We will never surrender!

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    • 179
      Popeye says:

      I wonder if our beloved FO has a comment, or Hague the vague might utter a word or two.

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    • 185
      Pitimax says:

      The teachers and pupils alike have been poisoned by the relentless anti-Gibraltar propaganda and rhetoric where Gibraltarians-personally- are responsible for all of Spain’s ills. This is the Government’s line eagerly taken up by the Spanish Media.

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    • 187
      Septicaemia says:

      Are they all Islamists?

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    • 211
      Curious says:

      Who employs them?

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    • 214
      Freedom for Catalonia says:

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    • 228
      The Hodge offshore trust says:

      Fuck off dagos….. Says it all really

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      • 259
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Your own bent and corrupt government are desperately seeking your backing – its called divide and rule – look at your own government – The Spanish People are looking at their government likewise.

        Stop being an ignorant fool.

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    • 268
      Jim says:

      God help us all,no fucking hope.

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    • 269
      Diddley says:

      Fucking teachers….

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    • 343
      Freedom for British Gibraltar says:

      Spain denies they have a pact with Argentina, but the mere fact they were willing to discuss one shows they are not Britain’s ‘friend’.

      http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/432634/Argentina-embarrassed-as-Spain-DENIES-pact-to-force-UK-to-leave-Falklands-and-Gibraltar

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    • 362
      minko says:

      Middle Class Bell End Ralph Milliband stood by the grave of Marx “fist clenched, and swearing my own private oath that I would be faithful to the workers’ cause’. ”

      The “Workers” don’t need help of the Millitwat kind

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    • 385
      Anonymous says:

      Well I suppose its not as bad as the thousands of kids who have been murdered by the British terror state

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  2. 3
    Cynic2 says:

    Under European Law can we nuke Madrid? Or at least start to support he Catalan and Basque separatists in the European Parliament and UN? Bound to be a few spare buildings in London that would make a good base for Governents in exile rebelling against the socialist tyranny

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      Casual Observer 3 says:

      Some in Catalon!a have raised the question of solidarity with G!braltar.

      Would perhaps be best not to get involved in the internal affairs of Spa!n and just ensure G!braltar remains UK territory.

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        Cynic2 says:

        Think of the fun to be had at minimal cost!!!

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      • 34
        Expat Geordie says:

        Minorca used to belong to us. In fact it has only been Spanish territory since 1802. We should start a campaign to regain Minorca – after all, Minorca is an island in the middle of the Med and cannot be argued to be an integral part of Spain. We should also encourage all of those other countries that have territorial issues with Spain to kick off. Let’s see how the Spaniards react when their neighbours decide that they want to carve up their piss ant little dust pile.

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        • 329
          Simon B says:

          It’s time we nuke spain and seize any profitable businesses. Anything state-run should be automatically privatised. It’s time for the Second British Empire to be born. First Spain, then Portugal, then France then the rest of Europe under one free-market, pro-wh!te, anti-communist banner.

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      • 260
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Look beyond your own stupidity at being a divide and ruled gung ho government mouthpiece – see 2 comment of above – you fuck-wit.

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    • 22
      Charlie says:

      Suggest Boris invites Catalonian Nationalists to set up office in London. We should spend money with the Portugese rather than the Spanish.

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    • 135
      Tachybaptus says:

      Is there a liberation front for Ceuta and Melilla that we could support?

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    • 355
      Kate Berlei says:

      Support the basque separatists – give them a lift.

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    PC Lefty Mong who will be gouged by the enrichment says:

    People are just not understanding Spanish culture.

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    • 19
      Expat Geordie says:

      Come and have a go if you think you’re hard enough you dago wop bastards.

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      • 46
        Gideon says:

        And of course you will lead the charge, you will be held to that

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          Expat Geordie says:

          Thanks. Poole and Bournemouth are swarming with unemployed Spaniards trying to get jobs in our hotel trade. Can I start by rounding some of them up and holding them hostage for Spanish good behaviour?

          Seriously, if Spain does kick off then it is Spain that will get hurt. “Come and have a go if you think that you are hard enough” means just that. Are they hard enough to take the mountain of pain that will undoubtedly follow if they do try it on? I genuinely don’t want a war with Spain. I think that Guido should stop tagging Gibraltar stories with the tagline WAR!. But if they do try it on, then this isn’t an issue of dealing with Arabs or Pashtuns. This is an issue of defending white British people, fairly close to home.

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          • spanish fly says:

            Family members who live in Spain are
            planning to sell up and come home because
            the country is falling apart.

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          • EU Watch says:

            They should be prepared to take a loss.

            Ensure they have their possessions in a container headed back ASAP.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            You really are one stupid deluded fuckwit Ex Pat – look at the corruption in your own local councils – you FUCKING DINLOW – YOU ARE BEING DISTRACTED TO OTHER ISSUE WHEN ITS WITHIN YOUR OWN JURISDICTION WHERE THE REAL CRIMINALS ARE OPERATING AT LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEVEL – YOU FUCKING SUBINTELLECTUAL TWAT.

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          • calm down dear says:

            Why do you feel it necessary to be so
            predictably aggressive?

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Ah BW, don’t quite know what to make of this. Hurling abuse left, right and centre.

            It’s a foreign distraction from our rather pathetic conference season. There is going to be no war. This is just a few people letting off steam, a bit of harmless fun on a Friday night. Do I really want to talk about local issues. Not really. A former Tory councillor in Bournemouth has just got ten months for taking out a loan whilst being bánkrúpt for a third time. The leader of Bournemouth Council is godfather to one or more of his kids. Don’t care. This shit happens everywhere, and this thread is about Spain.

            So who are you? The real BW, who I think has connections with the Bournemouth or Poole area, is normally quite entertaining and informative, although I suspect that he sometimes posts after having had a pint or three, but then who doesn’t? He is also isn’t generally personally offensive, at least towards me. He has a sock puppet, who obsesses about the Red Sea Pedestrians and the people who put fireplaces in for nowt, and can get a little offensive.

            Whoever you are, you’ve obviously had too much to drink tonight, so I suggest that you drink a glass of water, use it to wash down some ibuprofen to help with the hangover that you’re going to have in the morning, close your laptop and go to bed.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Hey Richard Head – I’ve been on here all week ‘during the day’ and without alcohol and btw – Ex Pratt if you care to check back – I do know for a fact that I mentioned the Beesley / Ramsden / Council stuff including a link earlier on – so FU you Pratt ‘attempting to smear me’ – get fucked novice.

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          • Simon B says:

            We should be sending all these Spanish immigrants either a) back to Spain or b) to work camps. No more PC pu$$y-footing around.

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          • Candid0 says:

            Armada here.

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      Au Contraire says:

      We understand it very well. It stinks.

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    TheBarbary(an)Macaque says:

    White port is nicer than sherry, Portuguese people are nicer than Spanish, the entire world makes better food. What do we actually need Spain for? We just need to stop supporting their (lack of an) economy, and they will all soon starve to death. No great loss, and cheaper than a war. Everyone’s a winner!

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      Expat Geordie says:

      Holiday in Malta instead of Spain. Nicer people and warmer weather. Oh, and they speak proper English instead of that pathetic dago lingo.

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        The Barbary(an) Macaque says:

        Yup, that’ll do. Or how about holidaying in Gibraltar, which would REALLY wind the Spanish buggers up! (Especially if everyone gathers to wave at them from a SUCCESSFUL neighbouring regional economy!) ;-)

        See you on the beach…

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          Expat Geordie says:

          Sounds great. Everyone should walk to the to of The Rock first thing in the morning after a night on the lash; turn around; drop their trousers, baring their arses towards Spain; and fire. Faced with such an onslaught of shit the buggers would soon surrender.

          On the other hand, such a response might be banned under various anti-chemical weapons treaties.

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          • The wizz says:

            @Geordie: We mustn’t because it is against ‘Geneva Convention and the International Rules of War’ to use both chemical and biological agents. You’ll get us into right trouble thinking along those lines.

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          • Simon B says:

            We should just dump all our sewage on Spain by helicopter, the fuseek-ing Dago$

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          • Candid0 says:

            But the Spanish would welcome traitors like Clegg, Cameron and Miliband with open arms.

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          Socialism = Starvation says:

          Booked a long weekend there, BA flights from Heathrow, also Monarch Luton or Brum, and Easyjet from Gatwick available.

          NB Duty-free as it is outside EU Customs area, no need to buy Forex as Sterling accepted. Plenty of history to see, nice autumn break.

          Also not buying Spanish wine (or anything else). Chile, New Zealand or Portugal, old allies and friends, for my wine.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Good for you. Was it pricey?

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Hey Expratt – you’re a novice – but keep up and some day you just might be able to smear someone without it coming back at you without embarrassment.

            I claim your scalp of Sub intelligent twattery – you must now pay £5 to my Westminster Arms fund pot for when I pay a visit.

            Only BW can prove who he is.

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          • Eh says:

            The only embarrassment is you.
            But you’re either too pissed,stoned,or mental to know or care.
            Your rambling paranoid messages are boring shite.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Expat’s – excuse merchant – one now [but one has suspected for quite some time!!! ... He, He, He!] points to that it is ‘extremely likely’ that you and expat are in fact Private Eye journo spies – ‘cos one or two of ‘em do live on the South Coast …

            Funny thing is – Sloppy’s PE have been given quite some info [time-locked] over the years – whereas not one iota of said ‘FACTUAL & PROVEN’ info was acted upon.

            Ho fucking hum Expat and excuse monkey.

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          • Simon B says:

            You should not be buying wine from Chilie. Their population is at least half communist. They should be nuked.

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          • Socialism = Starvation says:

            Expat Geordie, not pricey, flight £182, hotel £60 per room per night. Gibraltar hotels are reportedly expensive, land being at a premium there. Not been there for many years. Might pop over to La Línea for a meal, the local mayor is decent despite being PSOE.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Thanks S = S mate. I’ve always fancied a trip to Gib. Although I’ve always thought that it might get a bit claustrophobic there.

            As for Blowing Whistles, I think that you might be Peter “The Ferryman” Charon, who used to be Fuhrer of Bournemouth Council. He used to post rather offensive replies on his “Leaders Blog” in the Bournemouth Echo late at night as well, usually when he was pissed or stoned.

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  5. 7
    Cynic2 says:

    a good bout of racism is always good when your economy tanks and the voters are restive

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    New Identity says:

    Is this how he found his identity? Ed Miliband gets secret acting lessons from Bourne movie director ( Mail )

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  8. 13
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    Penis Extenders vs. Penis Enlargement Surgery – Which is Safer? http://bit.ly/PJFIpB

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  9. 17
    Shagging causes population growth says:

    A landmark report says scientists are 95% certain that humans are the “dominant cause” of causing other humans.

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  10. 18
    Snaplegs says:

    This video has done the rounds on twitter here in Gibraltar, and the local popn are not happy.

    Now the EU inspection team has gone home expect 4/5hr queues at the border (both in and outwards) within the next few days.

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  11. 21
    alister says:

    hey let the folks in Gib do one except make about Ceuta! You know that bit of Morocco the Spanish are holding on to!

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    • 337
      Simon B says:

      The folks in Gib should be given British nukes to waste that pathetic excuse of a “country”, Communist Spain.

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  12. 24
    Daily Fail says:

    Hahaha.

    Ninja editing from Guido removing the word “government” from his blog post.

    Fail fail fail.

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  13. 25

    Don’ft be vague….send in Hague! Innit.

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    furking dagoes says:

    isn’t there anything the gibs can do to damage spanish interests ?

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    Bastard BBC says:

    Bloody BBC PM. They take EVERY word from the UN as gospel and as the unified voice of science. Do they not realise that the UN is a political organisation and every word it utters is political?

    And what about the BBC’s usual CHECKS AND BALANCES?

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    • 43
      BBC Spokesperson says:

      We only use checks and balances when some disgusting rightie has an opinion. Then we balance it with the moderate views of Owen, Mehdi, Laurie or Will Selfless. Now pay up scumbag.

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    It is a recorded matter of fact, not to mention some pride, that I was born, at home, on the third floor of Elliot Terrace overlooking Plymouth Hoe.

    As an infant, I used to look out at the military bands playing and would become enraged when they would walk out of earshot.

    A little over three and a half centuries earlier, Sir Francis Drake had completed his game of bowls on that very Hoe before sailing out to defeat the Armada that Spain had amassed to invade our country.

    Should the Spanish ever be unwise enough to repeat this gross error of theirs, I have every expectation that they will be prevented from succeeding in exactly the same determined way.

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  18. 35
    kitler says:

    Dear Spain,
    Bloodshed works both ways and in case you had not noticed our troops have had over a decade of hardening in real war zones and our losses are always minute compared to the losses of our enemies, and that’s with us being all nice and Geneva Coventiony about things. Just wait and see how we fight when lives begin to be lost on sovereign British soil. We will leave your land uninhabitable and reduce your cities to rubble. For the rest of time your people and their descendants will wander the globe as beggars.

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  19. 39
    Jimmy says:

    Spanish righties are as nutty as ours. Who knew?

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  20. 49
    Unhand me you rogue says:

    Kids make satirical school play. This blog declares Jihad.

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    • 73
      they don't like it up 'em says:

      Satire is funny.That wasn’t funny.

      Imagine the outcry if a British school
      created a similar “play” showing kids
      shooting members of a disputed territory?

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    • 91
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      This if funny:

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      • 102
        they don't like it up 'em says:

        Doesn’t do it for me,but each to their own.

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      • 114
        Naffo says:

        Really?
        I thought it was shite

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        • 190
          Jethro says:

          Down ‘ere, our comedy’s bit funnier… well, funny, actuley (sic: I knaw ‘ow t’ bliddy-well spell A-C-T-U-A-L-L-Y, you Ostle). Down ‘ere, the Audience d’ pay: I ‘spose up there (wherever ’twas), they d’ pay the audiences.

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        • 370
          BBC Political Propaganda is in everything you watch says:

          Clearly far too sophisticated for you, Naffo, I’m afraid.

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    • 99
      Propaganda Watch says:

      That was not satire.

      Strip away the silly soundtrack. This is quite disturbing.

      Watch the reaction in the crowd when the first pretend English guy is pretend shot to death. Note he is pretend shot to death whilst surrendering (arms up): This is a simulated war crime.

      The girl who pretend shot him, then with others pretend shoot the remaining two ‘English’ women, who also appear to be surrendering.

      The main shooting girl lunges in at the end to pretend shoot the then corpses of the remaining two women.

      In front of what looks like a few 4-5 year old kids with their mums (who are laughing).

      Note also these are simulated Span!sh military killing simulated UK civilians – the simulated civilians offer no resistance to the pretend military.

      This was a fairly carefully crafted propaganda, one which the crowd seems to enjoy. What happens next ?

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      • 103
        spanish fly says:

        They go to the EU and ask for a handout?

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        • 109
          Propaganda Watch says:

          EU probably funded this.

          But you may not be able to prove that as the audit trail will be non existent.

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      • 266
        Anonymous says:

        I think you may be watching the propaganda a bit too hard. Silly, but probably not a reason to send another destroyer to Gibraltar. Oh wait, we don’t have another one to send.

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  21. 53
    BBC Red Bottom says:

    Ha! Climate change is real! So..Ha! ..Told you it was!

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  22. 55
    BBC Red Bottom says:

    This is a difficult issue this Spanish problem.
    At a time like this we usually set the editorial by thinking “what would Miliband do?” and taking that as our stance.

    In this case, doing nothing doesn’t make for much of a news item.

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    • 150
      i think says:

      Miliband will do what Lenin McCluskey tells him.

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    • 207
      Jethro Millibar says:

      Thith izth thuch a difficult problem – a very complexth problem: the thpaniardth are our European friends and allies – together, we fought, thide by thide, in the Thpanith Thivil War, overcoming – againtht thuperior forceth – the forceth of Reacthion. We won, Comradeth, we won! ‘General’ Franco wath dithmithed! We thacked him! But, territorial claimth apart, the Gibralterianth are our People. People who fought againtht the Right’th Tyranny. A People who have thrown orff the fetterth of the patht. A people ready to embrathe their own dethtiny! Comradeth, Brotherth and Thithterth – or, rather, Thithterth and Brotherth – let me remind you of what a great Frencth Thocialitht oneth thaid ‘Francaith, Franthaithes: zth vouth a comrpith’. I thay to you, Dzthilbartarianth: I feel your pain.

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      • 219
        Ed's a Geek says:

        We fought? I suspect Ed that you would sh1t yourself if you had to do any serious fighting. Same goes for Wavy Davy, Bliar, Cleggover, Vague.

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        • 237
          but says:

          He’s very adept at stabbing brothers in the back.

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          • kitler says:

            I met Blair once back in 97 and shook his hand. He’s a bigger guy than he appears and has a hell of a grip. He’s also a stone cold psychopath. If I had to chose a PM to fight alongside in the trenches it would be him.

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  23. 56
    Ed Militant says:

    Disgraceful!

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  24. 58
    OnMyWay says:

    I shall be there with my placards, protesting peaceably.
    Hopefully I won’t get assault by the gay nutjob Iain Dale

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  25. 63
    Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

    I would expect this kind of behaviour from Alec Salmond. As a prime minister he would be down in the Robert Mugabe league.

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  26. 65
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    Spanish PM Rajoy is going to the UN declaring Gibraltar is the last colony in Europe.

    The Spanish banks & economy must be in even more trouble than first thought :-)

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    • 74
      but more importantly says:

      What about the land in Morocco that Spain occupys?

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      • 192
        Geo pedant says:

        Morocco is in North Africa but a colony all the same

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        • 204
          Anonymous says:

          I know where Morocco is but the point is people from all over Africa are legging it over the fence at that border and saying on the other side that as they are in the EU they want Asylum.

          To succeed all most of them have to do is quote Hollande as to the dangers that still exist out there

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  27. 70
    Yanito says:

    All those who took part in this video should hang their heads in shame. Such hatred and racism are unacceptable in the 21st Century. Gibraltar is British and always will be. In the 21st Century freedom and democracy mean something. Franco is dead. Let fascism & hatred die also.

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    • 81
      Sanctimonious Lefty Mong on BBC says:

      Well I blame the parents, but we should not be so hasty in rushing to judgement on what the intent was in this video…

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  28. 75
    Jim says:

    This is not true. No sane adult will support the murder of children. Even in real life that child was allowed to express his view about the very bad man, without being murdered.

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  29. 77
    geordieboy says:

    Boycott everything Spanish in the supermarkets and restaurants especially their shit wine and sausage.

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  30. 78
    Cameron: Butcher of Toad Hall says:

    Upset over Syr!a, impotent in Spa!n, Dave seeks revenge by killing cute woodland creatures…

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    • 87
      Expat Geordie says:

      Hardly cute. So which do you want, badgers or hedgehogs? You can’t have both as badgers are a hedgehogs only natural predator, and as badger numbers have grown, hedgehog numbers have plummeted.

      I prefer hedgehogs, so they can kill as many badgers as they like as far as I am concerned.

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      • 107
        Cameron: Butcher of Toad Hall says:

        Badgers are cuter and make for better propaganda shots:

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      • 113
        Thinking Eco Loon says:

        So, if hedgehogs are a major food source for badgers, then if hedgehog numbers have fallen, then there will be less food for the badgers.

        Surely this means that the badger population will go down over the next few years until the hedgehog population has recovered enough to support a larger badger population ?

        This is a bit like the old fox-rabbit thing isn’t it ?

        There is no need to intervene in a costly cull as nature will correct the imbalance.

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        • 118
          RomaBob, picking a pocket or two... says:

          Spainiards, like the Argies, are as rough as badgers arses :)

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        • 131
          Expat Geordie says:

          Hedgehogs are not a MAJOR food source for badgers. However hedgehogs only have one natural predator – the badger. reduced hedgehog numbers will not result in lower badger numbers, only, ultimately, hedgehog extinction.

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          • Thinking Eco Loon says:

            Hedgehog numbers fell by 37% between 2003 and 2012.

            I would blame Labour more than badgers.

            The 36 million to 2 million drop 1950’s to mid 1990’s suggests population decline was ongoing, probably more to do with habitat fragmentation than predator numbers and competition for food.

            If the hedgehog cannot compete or is otherwise on the way out so be it. Evolution is b!tch, but that sort of population decline is not going to be solved by a badger cull.

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2273572/Where-hedgehogs-gone-In-1950s-Britain-36-million-Now-fewer-million-.html

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            But it has been illegal to kill badgers since 1992. Having your only predator running around unmolested for 20 years can’t help.

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          • Thinking Eco Loon says:

            The population dropped by 94% from the 50s to mid 90s.

            The population had been noticed to be reduced in the 80s.

            If the badger ban was implemented in 1992, the idea you mention does not stack up.

            The only major factor which could have affected hedgehog population is either habitat destruction or fragmentation (particularly roads), something wrong with their food chain (like pesticides – particularly back in the 60s / 70s), or disease.

            Badgers may occasionally eat hedgehogs, but as you pointed out the hedgehog is not a staple food of the badger. Badger will likely only eat hedgehog if the badger is itself unable to find food.

            There may be some pressure over competition for common food sources, but that doesn’t appear to be the real reason for hedgehog decline, particularly as the hedgehog population has declined so far.

            The cull cannot be justified on the basis of saving hedgehogs as even a cursory look at some facts does not suggest badgers being responsible, or even provide a clear indication of what has caused the catastrophic decline of the hedgehog population in the UK.

            It would be worth while finding out what actually is responsible for the hedgehog decline: Climate change was being blamed not so long ago, which we know is code for: ‘I don’t know’. People putting out bread and milk didn’t do them much good either.

            http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/jan/29/hedgehog-population-dramatic-decline

            NB: The badger factor certainly does not explain why numbers have declined in urbanized areas. A probably unconnected observation from my locale: Whilst there have always been badgers about, it is only since more foxes moved in that the hedgehogs have disappeared. But I do not make the case that foxes have anything to do with this, just an observation.

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      • 151
        Rob says:

        Should we arm hedgehogs?

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        • 225
          Dr. Jethro says:

          Down ‘ere (don’t tell anyone: promise!) we’ve bin armin’ our padgypows (see: I bet yew doan even knaw what a Quilkin is…). Fer mos’ of ‘em, iss a 303: b’t, fer the reely ‘andy ones (think… S.A.S….?) wee’v got sum Armalites, ‘n’ a few Crash-Nick-offs, what they d’ call.
          The Dependant ‘Versity of The South West (based ‘ere, in Bodmin) is struct’ring a course, or coursin’ a structure, in ‘The Vectors of Disease-bearing in Mammalia’.
          Course, ‘f the Govn’m’nt offer us enough, we’ll prove neither Badgers or padgypows (Edgehogs, to you) is, are, or ever ‘ave bin involved.
          On th’ other ‘and…

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          • nutkin says:

            I saw a grey squirrel with a hedgehog in it’s mouth a couple of
            weeks ago. I was really surprised as I didn’t think they ate them.
            My other half suggested the hedgehog may have been roadkill,
            rather than killed by the squirrel.

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    • 88
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Note to any party leader facing an election.

      Get on TV and denounce man-made climate change as a massive scam/fraud and that if elected you will sweep away all taxes on fuel/energy so that petrol,leccy & gas prices will fall to the level seen in the United States.

      You will win a monumental landslide.

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    • 372
      REALWORLDER says:

      I lived in Manchester most of my life ,and not ONCE did i see a f ucking badger.

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  31. 85
    The Maimed Badger says:

    Is a very interesting Pointer as to just how much Shite the Spanish Government is in, remember the Nelson Touch, hold your fire until you can destroy the Pajero. Support Catalonia’s Independance… Come on Dave, fight back for once.

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  32. 93
    RomaBob, picking a pocket or two... says:

    Nuke the bastards, the Spain is a shite country !!

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    • 120
      Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

      At least their National Dish isn’t lard, dear.

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      • 127
        RomaBob, picking a pocket or two... says:

        Well the women have ‘lard’ arses and I think I know where they get their ‘cottage cheese’ from !

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        • 156
          Expat Geordie says:

          Some of the women are quite beautiful, for a while. But boy do they turn ugly when they hit 40. Same with Russian women, no matter how stunning, when they hit 40 – munters.

          Our lass got upset when someone said that Polish women were more beautiful than British ones. The Polish birds not having had access to fast food for the last 30 years may have had something to do with that, be we are starting to get some really fat Polish birds down here on the south coast now. And no matter how beautiful they are now, when the Poles hit 50 they turn into complete munters.

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          • Fat Slag says:

            Not like up here in the Bigg Market. The 50 year old lasses are fuckin’ lush.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            I haven’t been to the Bigg Market for years, but it does hold many fond memories. Some of the older women down here aren’t bad either – well the native English speaking ones.

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          • Billy from Swansea Dockers Club says:

            You dont look at the mantlepiece when you are poking the fire.

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  33. 97
    Expat Geordie says:

    Has anyone posted this on ARRSE yet? Love to see the comments of the blokes who would do the fighting?

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  35. 105
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    Answer this one ecoloons and that includes you Mr Cameron,Clegg,Milliband.

    Why are leccy & gas prices in the United States less than half those in the UK.

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  36. 106
    Anonymous says:

    Wait till they meet the boys from the Mersey and the Thames and the Tyne, not forgetting the Clyde of course.

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  37. 123
    Socialist Workers Party says:

    We agree with the staged massacre.

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  38. 128
    Pleb says:

    Isn’t it against EU law for one member country to declare war on another?
    Might limit our options a little bit.

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    • 140
      Expat Geordie says:

      We haven’t declared war on anyone since 1942, when we declared war on Thailand. That was a busy couple of months, declaring was on Finland, Hungary, Romania, Japan and Bulgaria in the space of a week, and then against Thailand shortly afterwards). This hasn’t stopped us fighting in every year since 1945

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  39. 129
    UKIPPED says:

    Coming up on Channel 4 News, a feature with Jacob Rees Mogg talking to UKIP supporters about a potential Tory UKIP coalition.

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    • 155
      Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

      If Tories drop Cameron, could be workable.

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      • 170
        Hang on a minute... says:

        But what about the ‘old Labour’ voters that UKIP seem to be hoovering up? — how would it sit with them?

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        • 191
          Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

          Such a decision would not be immediate, and the party would need to be consulted.

          If the Tories were to drop Cameron then the party could at least consider the option. That does not mean it would happen.

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      • 173
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        Agreed, Scameron the Julia Gillard of the Tory party has to go.

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      • 231
        Anonymous says:

        You have to laugh at ukip`s cheek ! they havent even got one MP yet they go aroung giving orders about who runs other Political parties ! i hope he is brought down to size over the next 17 months as he is becoming a fecking bore now.

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        • 284
          Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

          You do understand that UKIP have not told any other party who they should choose have as their leader.

          You have just just stated that UKIP have.

          UKIP have only said that they cannot consider doing a deal with the Conservatives whilst Cameron is leader.

          If that is considered now an order from UKIP to the Tory party to change their leader, this is a very interesting development.

          Cheers ‘n’ :-)

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    • 175
      Jacob ree Smog says:

      Did you watch some ghastly UKIP oik tried to give me some jellied eels. Notice I didn’t eat them.

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  40. 134
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    It’s time for the Spanish job Mr Bridger :-)

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  41. 139
    A view inside the mind of David Cameron says:

    Cull Cameron, Save the Badger.

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  42. 144
    BoycottTheFeckers! says:

    Well it has not been easy, but I have boycotted the cun#z since they started this crap. That has cost them hundreds of pounds in Rioja, Freixnet, Peaches, Plums, Garlic, etc sales. If all of you who care do the same they might get the message.

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  43. 157
    Anonymous says:

    I’ve thought for a while now that maybe Spain needs breaking up. Perhaps Dave really does need to think about sending in the navy; Catalonia would probably accept our assistance in being liberated from Spain.

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  44. 159
    Iain "The Rock" Dale says:

    I will be topping the bill at The O2 for the forthcoming WWE wrestling tournamemt when I shall be taking on John Cena for the world title.

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  45. 161
    Owen Jones says:

    Have just spoken about nominations being open for the Contrarian Prize . Please nominate at http://contrarianprize.com

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  46. 166
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  47. 169
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Just stop the EU contributions. Spain is a recipient.

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  48. 171
    Lancashire Lad says:

    Trouble with Spain and the Spaniards is that they are a racially inferior people

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  49. 174
    Climate "Scientist" says:

    It is 95% certain that this gravy train will be rolling for a few years yet.

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  50. 176
    EU Watch says:

    Spain is headed towards complete economic collapse:

    HvR’s pronouncement the other day about all problems in EU being behind is a complete lie.

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  51. 180
    Fact Hunt says:

    Portugal would make a lovely aircraft carrier.

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  52. 181
    The British media are cunts says:

    I bet these are selling like hotcakes at the BBC.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2434876/Now-Tesco-inflatable-gay-best-friend-online-store.html

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  53. 196
    Steve's Mummy says:

    Cooeeee, dear ♥

    I hope you remembered to change your underpants and have opened the tinned supplies I posted you?

    Is that naughty man still working you to the bone, My Little Soldier? Moggie and Babs, at the W.I., can’t believe you still, practically, write that ne’er-do-well’s silly web page for nothing, My Prince.

    I found that music you requested to pass those, endless, hours, by the way. It wasn’t available on U-Bend so you’ll have to settle for the Bastard BBC website, I’m afraid, dear.

    Three hours of Huey is like a whole box of Milk Tray in one go but the song you requested is at 0:51:00 hundred. Get it before the bastards Beeb take it down, my precious.

    Until next we speak. Mummy x

    P.S. Don’t forget to feed your Tinker

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/b03bkjnl

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    • 212
      Cyril the Lord says:

      Dear Mummy

      This lousy BBC player simply pretends it is playing but not a note is emanating from my speakers. :-(

      The Huey Show does not sound very promising to me but maybe I listened to too much Bi!!y Connelly?

      My tinker (I do not try to aggrandise it with capitalisation) has got seriously closer to my little treasure from Република Србија tonight. Such a wiggly bum, bulging bra and smoulderingly deep voice from such a diminutive frame. Long dark hair tied in a pony tail which almost reaches the small of her back.

      It must only be an accident that she has brushed against me so many times tonight. I do not wish to be carried away into thinking that our bodies could become seriously entwined for a whole night or more (OK I do, but try to dismiss it. I fail dismally and naturally, just as you would earnestly wish for me.)

      My dressing commando obviates that other worry you had, mother dear.

      Your ever loving son,

      Cyril

      p.s. Try to remember my real name, just for once, before you shuffle off. ♥

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      • 222
        Steve's Mummy says:

        lool !! Ain’t it working for you, dear? Bummer !!

        By the way, My Little Soldier: Your TEN children have all grown beards, of one sort or another, and are asking when “Daddy” is coming to collect them.

        What should I tell them, dear? Some time next year? Kieran IS 39 now, darling.

        It’s a shame about the i-Player unhappening. You must have the know-how to circumvent any blockage, Stevie, my baby. You have the IQ to block people on HIS (spits) website, no?

        I’ll leave it your capable hands, number one.

        Mummy ♥♥

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        • 377
          Cyril the Lord says:

          Dear Mummy

          Sorry for the delay in replying but I had a really hard night.

          I do not know what you are talking about in your latest missive. Keiran is 38, not 39 until next year, and lives just outside Nether Wallop with his lovely family and their lovely pet rhino.

          The other nine now number 15, yes I know, I have been a busy little bee. Six mothers does help to spread the load rather, if you know what I mean. I did write to you enclosing photos but it seems as if your transient amnesia has become more serious.

          Never mind, I still love you. ♥

          Your ever loving

          Cyril

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    • 232
      Keith the Bass says:

      Oh yeah! Smooth, mellow, occasionally jabbing and completely took my mind off Spain.
      A bit like my neighbour’s homegrown but don’t tell him I said that. He’s on ‘vacation’ in Columbia right now.
      An interesting splattering of commers, by the way.

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      • 242
        My Other Van's A Comma says:

        Use them or lose them, I say. What’s your neighbour’s address, again?

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      • 261
        Gavin DaBlitz says:

        Doffs cap to Keith. We was one on the best bands you never heard of. I remember watching myself [playing] on stage at Brunel from a distant view-point, somewhere above the dope haze, and thinking, I would really like to be in this band. Suddenly, next morning, it turns out I had been.
        Nothing to do with Spain, I’m afraid:

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        • 291
          Derek Smalls says:

          On a practical note, guys:
          If this, unheard of, beat-combo delivered the coup de grâce thirty, plus, years ago, why are we blogging stuff?

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          • Guido Fawkes says:

            Because we like burning electricity, Derek. Waste is our privilege, is it not?
            Don’t you want to fuck your kids up the arse? If you have problem with consumption, try turning your computer off.

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          • Derek Smalls says:

            Oh, OK. I’ve turned my screen down to 25% but it’s quite hard to read now.

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  54. 199
    Parasite watch says:

    Jobless couple with six children handed four-bedroom home to go with £27,000-a-year benefits after claiming their council flat wasn’t big enough
    Maggie Flisher and husband Gavin have not worked since 2005
    Couple have six children aged between 3 months and 8 years old
    Mrs Flisher says she is ‘super-fertile’ – which makes contraception fail
    Family have been sharing one-bedroom council flat
    They say the council has ignored their demands for a new home for 8 years

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2435232/Jobless-couple-children-handed-bedroom-home-27-000-year-benefits-claiming-council-flat-wasnt-big-enough.html#ixzz2g7jZiQzl
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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    • 213
      A Libertarian says:

      They did need to be rehoused, and it is good that both parents are available to raise their children. GBP 27k / year is not a large amount of money for a family of six.

      Now they are rehoused it would be good if one of the parents could find work.

      An adjustment of the benefits system is needed to prevent this from being repeated in the future.

      Perhaps best not to interfere in the private affairs of this family.

      What should be questioned is why immigration policy was allowed to run unabated, perhaps being one of the factors which cost the parents their jobs, whilst situations like this were developing ?

      Does it make any sense whatsoever to allow in unskilled foreign labor whilst supporting families like this on benefits ?

      To attack the families so compromised in the national press for problems which were perhaps broadly beyond their own control in the first place is morally wrong.

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      • 244
        but says:

        Sterilisation is an effective contraceptive.

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        • 248
          but says:

          The problems are all of their making.I’m sick of scroungers like these
          not taking responsibility for their own children and decisions.
          We’re perfectly entitled to comment about them-our taxes pay for their
          lifestyle choice.

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          • A Libertarian says:

            Empathize with your point of view completely.

            There is no good solution to this case until the parents are able to become economically independent of the state.

            Instead of focusing on the people, the broader causes need to be examined.

            The best outcome for society at large is that this family provide a stable environment for bringing up their children (they do appear to have twins as well…).

            As the family are still together this suggests that the job loss in 2005 was not due to the parents being completely at fault. So, what happened then.

            The benefits system shouldn’t encourage this, but there is nothing other than innuendo to suggest that it did, or that these people have deliberately set out to extort it by having a large family.

            It is morally wrong to attack this family, and it is morally wrong to continue letting more in if there is not enough housing around to house local people like this, or jobs available.

            It is morally right to help this family become economically independent and to ensure they have adequate shelter, food and warmth.

            It is morally right to ensure that stable jobs are available to allow families like this to survive without the need for state support.

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      • 245
        Anonymous says:

        To be honest neither of the parents look the full shilling, i cant see anybody employing them.if they are so fertile he needs to get the snip.

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        • 253
          Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

          As perhaps is getting immigration under control.

          Closing the borders, and implementing quotas for skilled workers is needed.

          If the UK is not capable of looking after its own, and sterilization schemes are being considered to reduce numbers, then there is no case for allowing more people from overseas settle.

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          • helpful suggestion says:

            Australia doesn’t let immigrants in without the skills the country needs.
            We need to do the same.

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          • Reasonable says:

            We shouldn’t let in any immigrants at all. Not until unemployment has fallen below 3% and there are no waiting lists for council housing anywhere in the country (which should not be available for non-citizens).

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      • 354
        Anonymous says:

        “The benefits system shouldn’t encourage this, but there is nothing other than innuendo to suggest that it did, or that these people have deliberately set out to extort it by having a large family.”

        Sure, just coincidence that they had all six children since they became out of work, ffs!
        It’s completely irresponsible at best, and more likely just milking the system.

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    • 254
      Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

      How come the DM never features large families from the effnick minorities?

      After all they are always telling us they have a bigger birth rate.

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    • 363
      REALWORLDER says:

      You must admire the bare faced cheek of the low life scum ,their brats should be taken into care,given proper names and should never be allowed near their moronic ,bone idle ,scum parents ever again.

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  55. 200
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    Worth a read:

    Nuttall and good policies are perhaps the key to UKIPs success across the Labour north. A good thing.

    The party can connect across the class spectrum as it unites among others the libertarians.

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    • 256
      Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

      Poor old Nige writing for the Express is as predictable as Sam Fox writing for the old Daily Sport.

      No chance of a peerage for d i r t y d e s!

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  56. 201
    Ed Moribund says:

    Dear BBC
    As part of your nostalgia TV night I request you do show Citizen Smith.
    It just makes me look a complete fool.

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  57. 203
    Albert hall says:

    Those spic toe rags have had it from me. My holidays no longer include espana

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  58. 208
    Chramti says:

    Ceuta, Melilla, Isla de Alborán, Isla de las Nubes, Las Islas Charafinas (Isla del Rey, Isla Isabel II, Isla Congreso), Isla del Perejil, Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera, La Isleta, and Peñón de Alhucemas are all on or near the coast of Morocco, and they belong to Morocco.
    http://goo.gl/0UkS4C

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  59. 209
    all lib dems are liars. says:

    Got to let the dsgo shits off a bit lets face it the teschers are clesry francos bsstsrds. Csn we report them fir racist hste crime. Or msybe a nicel Imed missile st thst school would be easier.

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  60. 239
    albacore says:

    Gibraltar invaded! Now, we won’t stand for that
    Mind, ‘twixt you and me – and keep it under your hat
    Old England is invaded day in and day out
    But that’s summat we ain’t supposed to talk about
    If those daft Spaniards just named it immigration
    Our Parliament would give them an invitation

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  61. 255
    Cameron: Butcher of Toad Hall says:

    Government justification for badger cull, with the correction…

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  62. 262
    Lancashire Lad says:

    time we started ethnic cleansing in the UK

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    • 287
      albacore says:

      Parliament considered it long ago
      And they all thought it a jolly good show
      To replace the British with brand new stock
      Our elected shepherds despise their flock

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  63. 267
    That'll teach 'em says:

    Can we hang Nick Clegg in retaliation?

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  64. 271
    Anonymous says:

    BBC flogging to death the climate change argument. Even if it is true, in world terms we are a drop in the ocean. Sort out Russia, China and the USA first.

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    • 279
      A polar bear says:

      It’s a lie

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      • 285
        Ed Millbwand Pwime Minither in waiting says:

        It’s twue I tell you. I thigned away bwillions of pounds becauth we are thertainly getting warmer. I now want to be the pwime ministher though I have to pwetend I did not thpend that money and hope the bwitish public forget it wath me.

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  65. 272
    Vindicta per vinum says:

    Well, all I can say is that I have just put in an order for a couple of mixed cases and none of them are Spanish.

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  66. 283
    The British media are cunts says:

    BBC making a fuss over a load of mongs protesting about climate change in Sweden. I wonder how many of these mongs flew to Sweden?

    Let’s give shitholes like Brighton a taste of what their left wing views will mean. Start switching off the power for 12 hours a day and see how they like it.

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  67. 293
    Eric Pozo says:

    What UK and the EU and the rest if the world must understand that Spain is not a country to be trusted in principle they are not democratic

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  68. 294
    The British media are cunts says:

    How the FUCK can the BBC give Chris fucking Huhne airtime on Newsnight? That fucking convicted criminal is never off the fucking BBC.

    Amazed Essler didn’t suck his cock live on air.

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    • 297
      BBC Controller says:

      It’s called diversity!

      Good innit!

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    • 302
      Alice says:

      Yes, indeed. The BBC makes a habit of having their favourite criminals on its political programmes. Astonishing how quickly they have been trying to rehabilitate that lying b@stard Huhne. Do they really think he retains any credibility with anyone outside the BBC, Guardian and the loonyleftisphere?

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      • 313
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        Has it been about 3 months since he was released ?

        BBC will assume all that stuff earlier this year forgotten.

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        • 367
          Cornish Pilchard says:

          He has many friends in the BBC who will be keen to rehabilitate him so he can spread more loony ideas on global warming

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      • 371
        BBC Political Propaganda is in everything you watch says:

        The new Editor of Newsnight is an ex-Editor of the Guardian. Allegra Stratton is ex-Guardian. The whole programme is made by ex-Guardian employees. Of course they are going to do anything for ratings and anything to make the Coalition look bad.

        Keep up.

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  69. 296
    Bubba says:

    See that bloke on Newsnight talking about climate change?

    I’ve had him.

    Bit of a squealer, but all the better for it.

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  70. 303
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Cerdos de mierda españolas deben mierda

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  71. 306
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    I see the thought police have pulled the video

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  72. 309
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Pity. The user removed the video.

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  73. 321
    HM Her Majesty says:

    One would like one’s Foreign Office chappy with the shiny head to summons one’s Spanish Ambassador and tell him to fuck orf.

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  74. 324
    Treason Watch says:

    That worm has turned. Fuck off back to your own country. We all know that the BBC is disproportionately staffed by anti-British lefties and foreigners.

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  75. 342
    Freedom for British Gibraltar says:

    Here we have pictures of the kinds of thugs who make up the Spanish police. Anti-British extremist twats like Peter Hain think that Gibraltarians should have such a government inflicted upon them. Unsurprisingly, Gibraltarians would rather not have that happen.

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  76. 361
    Handypara says:

    Just watched a BBC News chief try to justify the use of the words “militants” and “insurgents”, to the almost complete exclusion of the more appropriate term “terrorists”, in coverage of the recent Kenyan and Algerian atrocities.

    She showed the typically arrogant and self-satisfied attitude we’ve become used to from the BBC. She claimed that all three terms were used equally and appropriately within BBC’s journalistic guidelines.

    Utter bullshit! In watching News broadcasts and reading their News website I noted only one use of “terrorist” in describing the Kenyan attack itself but not a single instance of BBC journalists describing the perpetrators as “terrorists”.

    In recent months the BBC has been confirmed as a disgrace in every respect.

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      Dahlit boy says:

      Yup, Pure BBC, I suspect their guidelines say Jimmy Savile had a deep and sincere love of children. I threw the TV out in 1999, best thing I did – I have a wonderful collection of threatening letters from them, love to think how much it has cost them to keep up the attempted intimidation. Happily they were not spending my money to keep Jimmy in the lifestyle they and he enjoyed.

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  77. 369
    roygbiv says:

    Ludicrous, Guido.

    For a people who are supposed to have stiff upper lips, you do like a bit of wet panted hysteria.

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  78. 375
    Call yourself journalists? says:

    Looks more like Guido’s “continuing quest to start a war”. No name of the “school”. No date. No evidence of anyone being “forced”.

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  79. 380
    Anonymous says:

    Childish high jinks…does anyone take this seriously. Seriously?

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  80. 381

    This was not done in a school and is a great example of terrible journalism because the reporter did not bother to check the facts. The video was taken and originally uploaded by a school teacher, but the event did not take place in a school.

    The video is outrageous, no doubt about that, but look at the widespread resentment it has caused, and how easily manipulated people are by incorrect reporting.

    Matthew Bennett actually spoke to the guy who took the video and you read the report here: http://www.thespainreport.com/20133228/gibraltar-school-play-video-author-says/

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We also need Zil lanes.


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