June 7th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…

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    Now, let me try and get this right from reading Seen Elsewhere:

    In an effort to harness the cream of the left, a massive uncut ding-dong, swung by Chuka, will come upon Yvette who will, as a result, be in Labour. Strangely, no mention of Balls in this biological curiosity. No doubt extensive coverage from the BBC…

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      Elsewhere says:

      What kind of moron writes this sort of drivel?

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      pookie snackumberger says:

      If you are saying that the Cooper woman represents a wide open gap in this labour corpus, shurley the abbot ‘ooman correspond to an even bigger opening.

      If so, I am sure it would take even more than the chhuikka to fill this cavity and satisfy the body polotic. Could they get lammy to stand?

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        Inn Quisitive says:

        If Cooper does become the next leader (courtesy of Len of course??) will she be dispensing with all the useless worn out dross that currently inhabits their front benches?

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          abandon all hope says:

          Well at least Peter Hain is finally fucking the fuck off… good fucking riddance.

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          • Botus says:

            I wonder whether Orangegob realises he announced his resignation on Guido’s 10 year anniversary LOL

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          • Rhody Dendron says:

            Yes, I said that at No14 below some minutes ago.

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          • aLL GOOD SOCIALISTS RETIRE TO THE MONEY says:

            He said he had been discussing it with Miliband which means he will either be off to the Lords, Brussels or a special envoy to Safrica

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          • Jail would be appropriate says:

            Hopefully the cùnt fears his decisions on IRA ‘on the runs’ are going to come back and haunt him very soon.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            @aLL GOOD SOCIALISTS RETIRE TO THE MONEY

            Comrade Hain is unwelcome in South Africa. Not just by those White South Africans old enough to recall his inappropriate relationship with and support of railway station bomber Harris, but by the hard core of both the White Anti-Apartheid Movements and the ANC/Communist party alliance. He was allowed to travel to SA shortly after the unbanning of the ANC, yet was shunned by the ANC and it took him a year before he obtained the obligatory foto-op with Mandela.
            Apparently it is all something to do with the rumour that he received a large amount of money from Gen. Hendrik van der Berg’s Bureau of State Security to carry out his attacks on sporting ties designed to alienate the AAM from the Rugby and Cricket loving populations of the UK, Australia and NZ and promote disgust at the AAM. His bank robbery charges exposed his source of funds and he then joined the Labour Party.
            Obviously had he been such an important and trusted colleague of the “movement” he would have returned to SA after 1991 to a big and important government job, wouldn’t he?

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          The two muppets . says:

          Balls Cooper always looks as though she is chewing on a wasp .
          She would really have been at home in North Korea or the old East Germany .

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      Abbott Stands Up says:

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        Dual passport says:

        Is there a clipping from Thursday’s This week where about talks about the British as if they are foreigners and she wants to get rid of the Queen and Brillo has to remind her that she is supposedly British too?

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          Some of my best friends are blue eyed Finnish nurses says:

          Don’t let dem hon keys divide us, sistas

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        abandon all hope says:

        good on her… it must have taken a huge gravity-defying amount of effort to haul that fat arse off the politics show sofa.
        UAF must have laid a trail of particularly scrumptious pizzas out to coax her out.

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        Mornington Crescent says:

        That the Laybah Parteh still keeps her on tells you all you need to know about its true values and its contempt of the British people.

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          Divvie Dave says:

          There’s always a place in the Tory party for Diane.

          She would make a fine Minister for Diversity and Enrichment.

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        Penny fandango says:

        Old photo, you fat piggy.

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        Anonymous says:

        In this little UAF knees up, will they be discussing waycism within the black and asian communities?

        Or is that the wrong sort of waycism?

        Instead of going to this glorified honky hate-fest, Ms Abbott would be better advised tackling racism nearer to home – within her own black community.

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          Y.O.Y says:

          I think it’s probably fair to say that there is far more racism within the immigrant communities. Light skinned Hindus with what they call a “wheaten” complexion wouldn’t allow their children to marry dark skinned Tamils. When was the last time you saw a Pakistani Muslim woman marry an African Muslim. I think we know what Chinese and Japanese think about Africans. Black Caribbeans often dislike Asians (there was a riot in Birmingham a few years ago). East Europeans are notoriously racist against Black people and Gypsies. Arabs are horrendously anti-semitic. And Orthodox Je ws don’t let their children marry out with anyone.

          But no – you can be sure UAF won’t tackle any of that racism.

          For the record, I am anti-racist and hate racist political ideology. I am happy to see the UAF take on real Na zi s like B NP but they are effectively saying that no democratic party can campaign against mass immigration. That is completely unacceptable.

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          Bob cuntface Crow says:

          What about the white minority community in London?

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        Aneurism Bevan says:

        Must have taken them a few hours to dig up this ancient, slim-looking photo of the UK’s leading black racist!

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        Jocelyn J-H says:

        Flabbot has been diagnosed with a flesh-eating disease. She’s been given fourteen years to live!

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      Anonymous says:

      How come the Lusitania thread came 2nd, when it disappeared?

      And, it’s only got 24 comments?

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      rubberINFDIGO says:

      white man has white blood cells.

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      after gucci says:

      afeter sex buddy cums money buddy

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    The arrogant tit in no. 10, the perfect person to negotiate your enslavement to the EU parasite says:

    A swing to UKIP of only 22.1% – that proves that my message is getting across and the voters are doing what they’re told. I’m going to romp home in 2015.
    Bend over, voters – I’m coming !

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    Anonymous says:

    If Cameron wants to win the next election, he should act on preserving the culture of the english. What we dont not want is the prediction that 33% of our towns and cities will be asian/black by 2030 to come about. Why are two thirds of immigrants still coming here from black and asian countries? What skills are they bringing? Over 98% of Somalis are unemployed and unemployable. Would be interesting to see the unemployment rate of the other huge “minorities” Over 300,00 came over last twelve months. This is where the government could so easily clamp down but choose not to. It’s the english way of life that is being undermined and lost. How must it feel to be the beleagured 16% remaining white population in Newham? This percentage forecast in many town and cities in the very near future.

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Not just the culture it is the RACE that has been destroyed.

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        Vote Tory get Turkey says:

        The fact that proves that Dave is a liar and deceiving the gullible dupes who vote for him.

        https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/pms-speech-in-turkey

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        Conservative Party Spokesmong says:

        Multiculturalism is about white English people such as yourself embracing and celebrating other cultures. It’s got nothing to do with other cultures embracing and celebrating yours.

        You racist bastard.

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          Newark needs some diversoids and vibrants says:

          Dump the next few thousand gypos and north Africans loitering in Calais straight onto Newark.

          Let those voting labcon live directly with the consequences of their actions.

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          • Penny fandango says:

            Shocked yesterday to see the only males of work age around on the streets were African, looking for activity if you see what I mean, the whiteys presumably all enslaved in warehouses while we treat these fish out of water, surely they would prefer their own climate.

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          Who gives a fuck says:

          Diversity? Load of shitladen gobbledeegook.

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      abandon all hope says:

      the ultimate destination of an aggressive policy such as the leftist establishment’s ethnic cleansing programme, is an aggressive reaction.

      white flight will continue until a tipping point is reached, and then it’s gunna get ugly.

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    The_Long_Saturday_Thread says:

    Oh My Gawd – The Daily Mirrer!

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    Anonymous says:

    Rural school deemed ‘too white’ by Ofsted visits London to mix with ethnic pupils

    So what did they really die for?

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      Anonymous says:

      They must have been listening to that arch-leftie J Snow who, on Ch4 News this week, described afterwards the young women in a filmed report as “white and posh”. It’s high time this gibbering leftie was pensioned off, such is his right-on uber-PC stupidity when it comes to ‘diversity’.

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        comp kid says:

        Hasn’t Snow realised he’s white and very posh?

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        Jon Snow says:

        I’m white and went to two public schools, but still failed my A-levels first time round and later failed to complete my degree.

        Fortunately I have family in TV

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          Dan Snow says:

          Uncle Jon’s got nothing to do with it.

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          • Peter Snow says:

            Well done son. TV is open to all talents and you only rise on merit. BTW David Dimbleby was asking if we wanted to attend Jonathan Dimbleby’s lecture about their father, Richard Dimbleby’s, war reporting for the BBC. What do you think? Guy Michelmore is going to be there – his Dad Cliff Michelmore knew Richard very well.

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      Vote Tory for unlimited immigration says:

      If rural schools are too white, in a white country, what do Ofsted propose to do about it? Ethnic cleansing?

      Did Ofsted point out that many urban schools are too black?

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        sweet FA says:

        the problem is that these meddlers believe that everybody is really nice but as we have been reminded recently people can be very nasty indeed.

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        abandon all hope says:

        OfStEd as part of MiniTrue don’t believe in the concept of “too black”, just “double-plus-un-white”. doubleplusunwhite people are never bad, they are doubleplusungood.

        there’s no such thing as white, just the indigenous English ethnicity: blood and soil.

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        Penny fandango says:

        African children now easily feature in rural village small schools, it’s all for our own good, just wonder how this makes any of us better.

        Almost cried at the brave old soldiers, what was it for in the end, not this surely?

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        average joanna says:

        Ofsted has been infiltrated by liberal appeasers
        and religious nutjobs.

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          Boston Tea Party says:

          It’s pretty clear that leftist statists love acronymical agencies and quangos that prosper with bloated big government.

          every time you create a national centralised organisation, it is an automatic target for leftist statists to hijack and push their social engineering schemes.

          the only solution is scorched earth – go for swiss style confederalism mixed with and localism american republicanism where power exists in smaller portions close to the people not far away in lofty institutions where some fuckwit like Balls, or slimeball like Mandelson can amass power or slither up the power pyramid and be so unreachable as to render their accountability effectively only theoretical.

          all these national organisations have to go, i don’t see a way of excluding the lefty parasites or blocking the power they can wield once the Laborg has successfully assimilated a national organisation.

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        John Bellingham says:

        In Victorian times there was a great enthusiasm for “Human Zoos” where “natives” from around the world would be displayed in cages in their “natural habitat”. Some, in France, lasted right up to the start of WW2.
        A German-owned touring exhibition was great hit in London and Manchester in the 1880s featuring Sami, Zulu, Hottentots, Dervishes, Pygmies, Samoans, New-Guinea cannibals and others. Schoolchildren from all over the country were taken to see it on special rail excursions.
        So OFSTEAD is just keeping up a noble tradition.

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      The shame is on the parents who allowed their children to go on the visit!!

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        The _Other_'Alf says:

        They will probably promise them all a stop-off at a Mcdonalds lookalike as a softener.

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        jgm2 says:

        No choice. They’d be condemned as ‘racist’ an ostracised by everybody else who is afraid of being condemned as ‘racist’.

        It’s like the fucking iron curtain. Everybody is afraid of speaking out for fear of arrest for thought-crime.

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          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Of course they have a choice, they could MAN UP you wimps!!

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          • JH326ya34523432 says:

            I think we are fast approaching the point where the magic ‘r’ word will backfire on whoever tries to deploy it.

            People are waking up. It’s a big world, you’d think this was the last habitable patch of land on Earth judging by the sense of entitlement of recent arrivals.

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      What's wrong with the fuckers 'in charge'? says:

      Ofsted seem to have adopted a very racist view.

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    Rhody Dendron says:

    Peter Hain has announced that he will be standing down at the next election.

    Why doesn’t he just fuck off now and create a bye-election at which Liebore can show its true strength?

    I think the RSA plod still wish to question him over ‘certain matters’ from yesteryear too. I also hope that UK taxpayers are not going to be funding this foreign arse’s 24 hour security.

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      Vote Tory for unlimited immigration says:

      He’ll cling on til the general election for moneys sake, I imagine. Another year’s salary and expenses, then a huge payout from us as a leaving present for all his good work, then he can enjoy the final salary pension he’s made no contributions towards.

      Also, another by-election now would be a major headache for 3rd-Place-Ed.

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      Dye laughing says:

      Shares in RonSeal will take a tumble.

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      Peter Hain, the Orange pain, now more on the wane, off down Loser's Lane says:

      How can he employ his dear old ma at our expense if he goes?
      Come on Peter, think of something.
      Yo just have to keep your fat snout in the trough mate.

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    Anonymous says:

    ‘There were bodies floating in the water. Some were calling for their mother': Sgt Ken Scott, 98, finally comes to terms with his demons as he speaks for the first time of the horror of D-Day landings

    I watched it all yesterday on the telly. For some reason the tears filled my eyes most of the time. I saw rows upon rows of graves, most 20 years of age. I heard a commentator say that at one stage the casualties were 6500 dead per day!

    My mums brother was in the RAF, he never came home. Another of her brothers was at Dunkerque, buried himself in the sand to hide from the gerries, even when they gave themselves up they were just shot. But he managed to escape home on one of the many boats(flotilla) sent by Churchill. Only mum ever told me, he never wanted to talk about it.

    God bless them all and thank you, but I’m not sure those words can ever be enough.

    And you think you’ve got problems?

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      Owen Jones says:

      Yes.

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      Inn Quisitive says:

      I had an uncle like that. He fought in both world wars and was one of the last Old Contemptibles before he died well into his 80s. He would never ever speak of his experiences, except to say how much he loved the horses under his care in WW1. He was an excellent carpenter and enjoyed his twilight years fashioning beautiful wooden objects.
      RIP old fellow – you are still missed even after all these years.

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        Anonymous says:

        Hate to rain on your folks parade, but as an old friend of mine (served on the Russian convoys) said to me : “none of us had the courage to say NO!

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        Penny fandango says:

        My wife’s father was airdropped at Arnhem. He was lucky to get captured, he escaped and was recaptured three times by the gerrys before the end of the war. A more gentle man you wouldn’t ever meet, miss you fella.

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      V. C Ross says:

      I think the day was for the politicians and other potentates. I am proud that The British Broadcasting Corporation headlined the American presidents speech and the meeting between Merkal and some unknown puppet leader, after all it was the politicians day. A day in which they could emote and make grand speeches and to be seen really caring.

      Some say that those politicians and other potentates should be sitting humbly in the audiences while those service man and women that were actually there at the time spoke, but that wouldn’t give those politicians a chance to be seen being ever so humble on the world stage.

      No it was definitely a day for the politicians to shine.

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        Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

        Why didn’t Dave tell Obarmy to fuck off and mind his own business when it comes to internal EU matters?

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        Anonymous says:

        My comments were made for the guys who died and the veterans who remain. I’m not brining politics into it but just helping us to remember and salute the brave Ness and courage of those young people, who literally gave their lives for us. Just a time to say thanks now for all we have today because they gave their lives in yesteryear for us. God bless that all.

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          V. C Ross says:

          My post was in no way directed at you mate, it was aimed directly at the head of the BBC and the hypocritical politicians.

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          • Long John Silver' s parrot says:

            Them politicians could not even sit down for a meal together with the Queen without zooming off into side rooms to make deals together.

            I never realised until yesterday just how fat Cameron is.

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        Vote Tory for unlimited immigration says:

        Obama’s speech didn’t seem that humble to me. I didn’t really bother listening to the words but it was quite a loud chest-thumping thing, no doubt trying to win back some of the popularity he lost when he swapped 5 terrorist prisoners for a deserter.

        As you say, the day was all about him and the other wonderful leaders. It was nice of the veterans to attend, sit and listen.

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        albacore says:

        They can’t put a shine on their excrement
        It beggars belief that so decadent
        And unashamed a band of betrayers
        Dare flaunt their faces at grateful prayers

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      nell says:

      They deserve all the respect and thanks we can give them.

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        Despicable says:

        The EU flag flying high made my stomach turn.

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          Cinna says:

          And mine too.

          And the weasel words from that woman in the BBC commentary box. It went along the lines of ” the Allies weren’t fighting the Germans of course, they were fighting those dreadful Nazis”. Do me a favour; were the chaps in the jackboots and field grey not German then? Were they some alien race beamed down into Germany? I can’t be doing with all this rewriting of history to make it acceptable.

          As for the Veterans, all respect to them, but many must be wondering what their mates died for when they look at Britain today.

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          • also says:

            EU flag sickened me too.
            It creeps in everywhere,like van Rumpoy and Baroso.

            Politicians spout their weasel words while planning
            to send the cream of our youth to fight their desperate
            wars.

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          • Nice Sarf Efrican says:

            Found it odd that although more South Africans and other African colonials fought in Europe than Australians or New Zealanders they no longer fly their national flags. Perhaps we were few in number at the actual landing but the Russian and Ukrainian flags were prominent even though none of those were there?
            Not sure why our contribution is being erased as at the time our racial laws were no different to anyone else’s.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            @Nice Sarf Efrican

            This came up at the 50th anniversary when questions were raise why the Slovak’s had a team of goosestepping soldiers at the D-Day celebrations when Solvakia was on the German side. The answer was that 285 Czechs had joined the allied forces. South African ground troops were mainly in Italy and the Middle East in 1944, but there were over 4000 South Africans and Rhodesians in the RAF based in Britain on D-Day. But who would want see that fat-phuck Zuma or Bobby Boy at Arromanches?
            As it was it was nice to see an assembly of 6000 people and only one black face for a change.

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            The south Africans are airbrushed out because they were…………….you’e guessed it white

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          • Boston Tea Party says:

            Yes… where were the EU during Srebrenica?

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    sweet FA says:

    concerning the May-Gove letter,
    How can it be a religious requirement to cover the hair ?
    Do evil rays emanate from the sky and are absorbed through the follicles?
    How can any clothing be a religious requirement, we are born naked, there is no sin in biology. God that might look down would not be particularly interested in the development of weaving techniques.

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      sweet FA says:

      although he might be interested in the taking of life to make a hat.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karakul_%28hat%29

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        PETA says:

        “a hat made from the fur of the Qaraqul breed of sheep, often from the fur of aborted lamb foetuses”

        We will not be protesting about this because it’s part of their rich cultural heritage.

        Now, let’s get back to attacking white people who wear leather shoes.

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      God says:

      I’ll have you know that I’m very interested in weaving, and sewing and knitting.

      I enjoy knitting very much. At the moment I’m knitting a nice cardigan. It’s nice to knit while i watch you. As you know, I watch you all the time. When you go for your morning dump after breakfast, I shall watch you do it. I like to knit while I watch you poo.

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    • 49
      abandon all hope says:

      beards and burkhas are nothing to with the k o r a n and everything to do with village life in rural Mirpur and other pockets of asian illiteracy.

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        Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

        Beards to keep warm and burqas to keep the desert sand and dust out. These folk are not daft, you know, they do have good reasons for what they wear. The problem is the self appointed morons who read it in some book or other and insist on folk keeping to 6th century mumbo jumbo.

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          abandon all hope says:

          yeah, but what about the men?

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          Fog says:

          Females have to cover their hair to stop the males getting excited by the sight of hair. The women have to cover their elbows too, as we all know how exciting elbows are. This is easier than teaching the males to respect women.

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          • Tony was here, bye all, says:

            Sick perverted retards. All around now like some backward Kash’mir valley.

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          • Rufus Stone says:

            Fog – They cover their elbows for the same reason they cover their lower abdomen – they’re too stupid to tell their arse from their elbow.

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          • Z# says:

            Hello Shlomos, a good day for spreading Hasbara, Oy Vey!

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        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Islam itself is everything to do about village life in Mirpur and other pissholes !

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      Round_or_flat says:

      The Conservative party of today so left-wing it could be mistaken for a Liberal organisation. There are certain political trends, however that have forced the Tories onto their present course.
      Towards the end of the last Labour administration, during the better days of the McDoom tenure, when New Labour had sucked the juice out of three successive Tory leaders the TV pundits were spreading projections of decline for the future of conservatism in Britain. One (some perhaps may remember) even foretold of a party collapse to a “rump” party, occupying under 100 seats.
      It probably occurred to central HQ in those days that a lurch to the Left was the only means of survival.
      The problem with vacating most of the right position in politics is that it would never exclude some other party taking up the lost ground and setting up their stall on the vacated earth.
      Here lies the modern Tory dilemma. Their position has now become so broad that it can not really be held by any single party.
      Thus the latest proclamation by Cameron that he must take notice of the challenge being offered by Right Wing of British politics is a sort of negation of the historic Toryism exhibited by Thatcher and others.
      The only problem, as is being witnessed by the Electorate is that things on the Left are beginning to appear a little crowded.

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        in the real world says:

        They’ve banned the burka in France.
        It should be banned here too,especially
        in schools.

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          Z# says:

          Yes, ban girls wearing trousers too! And all men must wear white underpants, by decree! If I were a woman I’d wear a Burkha just to piss off all the little Blockwart tossers.

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          • Boston Tea Party says:

            You’re so fugly you’d probably be doing society a service.

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          • Nuvver_Daft_Interjection says:

            ‘Blockwart’ meaning a sort of organisational, as it were ‘petit’ fuhrer?….. yep go on!

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          Saladdin Sane says:

          More to the point, they banned the burka and hijab in Turkey.

          The Turks know a thing or to about mozlims – and it ain’t “islamophobia” or any other bullshit ophobias some nonce at the bbc will try to make you believe in.

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    nell says:

    I see peterhain is retiring at the next General Election.

    Is this a case of a rat leaving the sinking ship ?

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    • 59
      Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

      Already mentioned a couple of times above, dear. Do try to keep up – or post your comment in the place where all the others are already to be found.

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    • 61
      Fruitcake, swivel eyed loony, closet racist, crank and gadfly says:

      To now be sinking the good ship Ed would need to have been floating in the first place.

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      Ma Hogany says:

      Bet he has a nice finish.

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        Conman says:

        Wonder how many donations dear Peter has managed to fail to declare in all.

        That’s the trouble with enlisting your ancient ma onto your staff, the poor dear will get fuddled so much.
        That works well for Peter doesn’t it?

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    Caroline Lucas says:

    We need to build a new society, one that’s based on love, compassion, spirituality, organic fair trade bulgur and yogurt, collectivism and cooperation.

    Put your children first. Vote for humanity. Vote Green

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      Hägar the Horrible says:

      Get back to your Petri dish and enjoy the cultural enrichment.

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      Greens = Non Green says:

      Green Party Manifesto states that they want an undisclosed amount of affordable new homes built, which presumably means, on a one-by-one basis i.e. one for everybody.
      There is a field near me, surrounded by development, that has in the past 15 years escaped the greedy eyes of builders, that many, like I would like to see preserved; yet the Greens, it seems would happily see it concreted over.
      Section 5 of the Greens Manifesto is about Immigration (yea – you guessed – it went Last), where it states clearly that:
      “Migration is a fact of life. People have always moved from one country to another”.
      going on to say:
      “Much of our language, culture and way of life have been enriched by successive new arrivals over two thousand years.”
      It then rattles on with the usual platitudes that fairness must practised in border management etc. etc….
      In other words they have no plausible answer to the present-day population explosion, and feel politically gagged even to speak about immigration as being a problem, despite every scientist declaring that the exponential rise in human population is responsible for he death of environment, often culminating in the extinction of most species associated with biological sustainability.
      Therefore the Green Party, like many other have sold their credentials down the river for cheap electoral popularity.
      No self-respecting person would vote for a party with such a non-green agenda.

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        abandon all hope says:

        If you genuinely believe in conservation of the environment, the logical destination of that start point is the reduction of human population, given that every chlorophile recognises that humans have a negative impact upon the ecosystem.

        True “greenism” must rationally have an affinity with conservatism, and must be totally anti-immigration, and anti-urbanisation… red and green are after all opposites on the colour wheel… that greenism has been coopted by communists is a disgrace.

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        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Just what is affordable housing,NO building company set out to build Unaffordable housing,if they did they would be bankrupt in no time!

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        • 461
          Boston Tea Party says:

          Housing is affordable when someone else pays for all or part of it.

          If they want housing to be affordable, and the green belt to not be built on, then the obvious answer is 0 immigration, and maximum emigration: simples.

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      • 187
        The Romans followed by the Saxons, followed by the Vikings, followed by The Normans.... says:

        Much of the ‘migration’ which occured during this two thousand year period involved invasion. Is that what they are advocating ?

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        • 193
          Cinna says:

          Nooooo….it’s cultural enrichment. It’s a high price to pay just to get a curry.

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          • sweet FA says:

            when I was a kid we would go to some place, I forget where exactly in Yorkshire but an hour walk or something, it was like a semi urban park with a large concrete border. Tying a worm to a piece of cotton and dangling it in the water you could catch sticklebacks and newts by the hundred until you got bored.

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          • sweet FA says:

            pond in

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  12. 68
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Mdm Lagarde – very coy with her responses to kath and others yesterday. One might think that she actually knows the EU is a dead duck but won’t actually come out and say it.

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    • 77
      International Marxist Fund says:

      Lagarde is a committed socialist as is the IMF a socialist organisation. An organisation which had almost become extinct until the last recession when it suited politicians to resurrect it.

      Like

  13. 70
    Dave the Duplicitous says:

    I am proud that those who fought on the beaches have made Britain safe for mass immigration, knobjockeys and windfarm scammers. Vote Tory.

    Like

  14. 79
    Revelling in the joys of bumsex says:

    “If you’ve never had bumsex on a Saturday night,you’ve never had sex at all” David Cameron

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  15. 84
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I think I might have used too much softener when I washed my underwear.

    I haven’t had an erection for a week.

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  16. 88
    • 101
      A fat gypsy girl heading back to France says:

      We should be filling our schools with lots and lots of little green boys and girls.

      Like

    • 115
      albacore says:

      Indoctrinate! Indoctrinate!
      Show British kids what is their fate
      And if they don’t leave it too late
      The little sods might emigrate

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    • 132
      Ethnic cleansing's good when you call it diversity says:

      So are some of the inner city schools too black then?

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  17. 96
    Tony Benn says:

    Socialism works.

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    • 104
      A green person who likes talking utter crap says:

      Socialism feeds the green shoots of recovery.

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    • 106
      de loiterer says:

      That’s my boy – a chip off the old Wedgwood !

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    • 112
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Have you any real life examples of where full blown socialism works.
      Any countries where socialism has been a runaway success that has far exceeded the prosperity of capitalism?

      Five examples from the 271 nations in the world might cement your claim

      three?

      One?

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      • 188
        What the Left say when confronted by the facts of history says:

        It will work next time comrade !

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      • 467
        Boston Tea Party says:

        The Vatican City is the only truly communist state.

        Socialism can only really ever work in small entities where everyone knows each other and can take part.

        Some people cite China as an example of success. China certainly isn’t socialist, it is corporate capitalist totalitarian fascist oligarchy at best. Cuba has an excellent healthcare system, but at a great cost. Some might describe Scandinavian countries as successful examples of social democracy, but again, they have relatively small populations, so the bureaucracy isn’t as unwieldy as in a larger state.

        Ultimately all forms of statism – socialism and fascism being the same thing really, are ways of a brainwashed group bullying society into conforming to the tenants of the ideology of the power group. Socialism is gangsterism; and prone to corruption.

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        • 470
          Boston Tea Party says:

          Maybe small tribal societies on islands it might work because it has to, but it seems more like an emergency survival solution – the perpetual “progressive” revolution – where change is made synonymous with good – the reason socialism always fails is because it lacks consent and denies the very human agency that they witter on about on sociology pseudo-science degrees.

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    • 117
      Bill Quango MP says:

      It did for you Lord Stansgate. By the way what happened to your family estates?
      You said you were going to give them to the people?

      But so far they seem to be being inherited by your children. Is this correct?

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      • 135
        Tony was here, fucked it up, bye all, says:

        Yes, duplicitous old twat wasn’t he. Unlike moi. He also hated trespassers, the value of the estates would have been ruined with rights of way thereby established.

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  18. 97
    Anonymous says:

    If Cameron was interested in giving the people of the United Kingdom a referendum, there is no reason whatsoever why he could not have done it before now.
    What does Brown ratifying the Lisbon Treaty have to do with him not honouring his cast iron guarantee of giving one ?
    He’s waiting until 2017, because he knows there will be hundreds of thousands more immigrants pouring in (replacing the white indigenous population) who will vote to stay in.
    Yet still the Turkeys will vote for Christmas by continuing to vote LibLabCon. Too late when our children, and grandchildren find they are minorities in their own land.

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    • 108
      Bill Quango MP says:

      What does Brown ratifying the Lisbon Treaty have to do with him not honouring his cast iron guarantee of giving one ?

      You want a referendum on a treaty that has already been signed?
      What’s the point?

      If the ref said “No to signing” what do we do? Go and tippex Brown’s illegible scribble out? We have still ratified it.

      What Dave should have done was offer the proper EU membership referendum instead. He didn’t, until he was forced to and long after his credibility was shot, so that now he has promised a future referendum, people don’t believe him.

      Of course Labour promising a referendum they never intended to hold as a cynical election ploy means trust was very low to begin with.

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    • 111
      Here is BBC home service says:

      One question I haven’t worked out is WHY? do these politicians want to flood the country with immigrants, we know they stick around in the same area’s and put up their own candidates who will eventually form their own political party and the British political parties will get dumped, it can’t be to make jobs cheaper as well as wages as eventually nobody will have enough money to buy any goods produced, these immigrants would do better staying in their own countries and sorting them out from within, if these people are prepared to travel to another country and start a new life then surely these are the same people that could help there own country of origin to move to prosperity or am I just racist.

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      • 128
        Y.O.Y says:

        The Tories serve the interest of big business which require the import of a never ending supply of cheap labour, whatever the social consequences. Labour and the Lib Dems are infected with social democratic sentimentalism and also think they can ride the tiger, and garner the votes.

        We’ve seen in Respect and the local Tower Hamlets party, the potential for creation of separate parties that can deliver votes and elect representatives.

        The chances of a Sharia-based party holding the balance of power in Parliament is not at all difficult to conceive once the relevant base population gets to say 10 million (it’s already around 4 million). This is not to suggest they are a monolithic bloc but there will then be enough voters to empower to something like a Respect party.

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        • 134
          M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

          Hordes of slave workers being imported for “big business”.

          They all end up washing dishes not manning the factories you chump.

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          • It's a racket says:

            You are right up to a point. But big business also wants hoards of consumers.

            Take Tescos. I’m sure they couldn’t give the slightest sh!t who their punters are, where they came from and where they get their money, just so long as they are in their shops spending it.

            So from Tesco’s narrow perspective, importing millions more is only a good thing, the rest of the country be damned.

            Unfortunately there are lots of other narrow interest groups for whom mass immigration is a nice little earner at the expense to the rest of the country. And it is they, who seem to permanently have the government’s ear.

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          • pookie snackumberger says:

            “Take Tescos. I’m sure they couldn’t give the slightest sh!t who their punters are, where they came from and where they get their money, just so long as they are in their shops spending it. ”

            This is especially true of the telecommunications companies: the amount of primitives who over night feel that they become sophisticated by owning and using mobile devices to yabber at each other for a small finical cost.

            All those extra handsets for enormous extended families means squillions of extra units of money every day for the already rich at NO extra cost (to them).

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        • 142
          The fruitcakes have it. says:

          First thing Monday morning I am going down my Bank and I am taking every penny out in cash.

          I would urge everyone to do the same.

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      • 140
        Organ grinders says:

        There are forces driving the mass immigration into Britain and western Europe that are way above political party level.

        You are right, from a purely Tory or Labour party point of view, importing millions who will never vote for you, or will only do so temporarily, is self defeating. Especially when it pisses off large sections of your own core voters.

        But our political parties are not masters in their own house. They are mere front men, puppets for globalist interests. It’s the same in America. Whether it’ll be Democrat or Republican, the mass immigration both legal and illegal will continue unabated.

        So who really benefits from flooding the west with millions upon millions of third world immigrants? That’s the really big question. And it’s the question we should all be asking, instead of meekly accepting our plight.

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        • 181
          Ahlan was ahalan il Jamhuria Britaniya says:

          Al Libd Umma al Labur al Q’uranservative bin Post Al Votin?

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      • 230
        Fishy says:

        One question I haven’t worked out is WHY? do these politicians want to flood the country with immigrants.

        Because 80% of incomers vote Labour.

        After the working classes turned to Thatcher, after they discovered aspiration, Labour vowed never to trust the working classes, ever again. Their answer was to flood the UK with a mass of voters that would give them perpetual power.

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        • 413
          Aida Nuff says:

          So why are the Conservatives allowing hundreds of thousands of Labour voters in to the UK every year ?

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          • sweet FA says:

            there are people from S.Korea and the like who are more talented in specialist areas than indigenous, those guys we want to encourage but I am massively unimpressed with the eastern Europeans imports.

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          • Boston Tea Party says:

            Blue Labour – just wait for the LabCon coalition next year… all shall become clear.

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          • Bob cuntface Crow says:

            Because they are not Conservatives.

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  19. 102
    Ed Moribund says:

    I feel sorry for Nigel Farage.

    Him beating Labour in Newark signals that UKIP has peaked and he might as well just give up.

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    • 161
      abandon all hope says:

      Not really.

      UKIP are soreen to power!

      The attention will be back on them when they deliver a manifesto and have a conference in that well known working class northerner Ey Oop Milibrassband’s Doncaster constituency.

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    • 205
      pookie snackumberger says:

      Yes I think it is a sad day for UKIP to be humiliated by Labour in this way, if labour keep this sort of defeat up in the next election UKIP can only always beat them into second or third place.

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      • 477
        Boston Tea Party says:

        Yes, most kippers are sobbing into their pints at only scoring 10% more than Labour and pushing them into LibDem territory less than a year before the script says that Blue Labour are scheduled to form the next coalition with the Red Tories.

        I expect the purple haze will confuse many kippers and end up with the LabCon coalition scoring 101% of the vote once Tower Hamlets has finished.
        Ah well… so close… never mind.

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  20. 113
    OFDEAD says:

    Rural schools with majority white kids are wrong. We need to follow the example of schools in Londonistan that have majority muslim and asian kids who can only speak about two words of English. It’s wrong that in 21st century Britain some schools still have mainly English children.

    For community cohesion and mutual enrichment, we need more muslim kids. Also, all non-halal meat should be banned and only halal served in schools. Music, drama and art lessons should be banned, so as not to offend muslims. History lessons should cover the life of the prophet and how his 6 year old wife and his daughter in law willingly consented to the marriage. Biology lessons should be about how allah made humans from clay. English classes should be replaced with arabic. All girls must sit at the back of the class. All children, including the non-muslims, must break 5 times a day for prayers, so as not to offend muslims. Easter and Christmas must not be mentioned and there must be no Christmas show put on by the pupils, so as not to offend muslims. The Christmas school holidays should be banned, so as not to offend muslims. Instead, there should be school holidays for ramadan. Finally, all the white english girls must make themselves available to whichever muslim man demands sex from them.

    We believe all the measures outlined above will lead to greater enrichment and cultural diversity and community cohesion.

    Yours sincerely,
    The OFDEAD Team

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  21. 120
    Frances Crook, Howard League for Penal Reform says:

    Free all r*pists, serial killers, terrorists, p*edophiles, muggers and armed robbers! They’re the victims!

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  22. 123
    The British media are cunts says:

    So Labour and the BBC are peddling the line that the Tories have failed to act over
    Muslims teaching terror in our schools.

    So what did Labour do about it in 2008 then?

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    • 130
      Tony was here, fucked it up, bye all, says:

      Either you want it or you don’t.

      Make your minds up, benders.

      Ps, I believe you will all be better for the enrichment I brought.

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    • 137
      OFSTED is Racist says:

      And we have Ofsted marking down the grade of a school because its pupils are too white. Not because the school is not excellent because it is excellent but it is too white.

      Now if that is not racism in the extreme I do not know what is.

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      • 160
        Vote Tory, get Sharia. says:

        We could have been forgiven for thinking this sort of lefty PC drivel would have been brought to an end when a (forgive me for laughing) ‘Conservative’ became Prime Minister, but sadly Heir To Blair has turned out to be exactly that.

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    • 204
      If you have long term memory loss...Vote Labour..and let US finish the job of f*cking up the country says:

      Labour Hypocrisy in full blame mode

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    • 231
      The BBC says:

      2008?

      Did you say 2008? We don’t recall seeing 2008 mentioned in May’s letter…ah yes…we must have missed that…never mind eh?….it’s a bit late to mention it now…….cough!

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      • 284
        3R's says:

        Labour MP Steve McCabe has admitted being warned about extremism
        at a Birmingham School in 2008.
        Ed Balls was Secretary of State for Children,Schools and Families around
        that time.What action did he take?

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        • 298
          Local Yokel says:

          The Council was in labour hands for much of the time and they were directly responsible for local management and policy. Why is there role not mentioned?

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  23. 129
    Porky Pies or Mummy's boy? says:

    Obama became president in 2008 when Diane Abbott’s son would have been 19

    In this video she recalls being a single mum and can’t be doing with combing her boy’s hair in the morning so she told him a Short Afro was good enough for president Obama.

    Did she really comb a 19 year old lad’s hair every morning (He was at Cambridge then anyway) Or is she lying?

    Minute 14

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  24. 138
    EU trougher and fanatic: Niggle Farage says:

    Mission accomplished!! 2nd again!!!

    Feel our minor earth tremor!!!!!

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    • 146
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Now you know why Farage chickened out of standing for the Newark by-election. People bought into Farage’s Emperor’s Clothes, invisible like his manifesto.

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      • 296
        Anonymous says:

        Why should UKIP come out with their manifesto before the LibLabCon ?

        Why should they have produced a manifesto for the European elections when their whole ‘raison d’etre’ was to leave Europe?

        Why do people like you, and the MSM not ask the others about their manifestos?

        Watch the clueless LibLabCon steal UKIP’s policies when the time comes.

        Who in their right minds would trust the current bunch of to@@ers after their records in government?

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    • 148
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      There was never a chance of overturning such a majority , but Labour were trounced into third place.

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      • 152
        Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

        We fought a brilliant campaign and thrashed the Bus Pass Elvis Party this time.

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    • 157
      Vote Tory, get Sharia. says:

      Remind us again how many extra votes the Camoron’s faux Tories picked up.

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  25. 143
    The free world says:

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  26. 168
    • 174
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      The Residential homes intelligence staff thought he was going to invade the pas de calais. :-)

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      • 194
        Pluck they'll never have says:

        What a shower of Hunts not ensuring the oul lad was brought to the commemoration.
        They couldn’t be bothered. Plain and simple.

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  27. 175
    Lord Voldemort says:

    Isn’t it peculiar that nearly all the major news news we hear is often linked to mass immigration but, out of fear, never gets named by the media? The current problem with extremism in schools is today’s example.

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    • 179
      Lord Voldemort says:

      To make sure this continues, Cameron will never elevate any right wingers to the House of Lords.

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  28. 183

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  29. 185
    Dave and Nickelarse says:

    Another ConLib success! The U.K. Trade Deficit increased again in April. Therefore we borrowed yet more fucking money from foreigners to maintain immigrant bennyland.

    Further proof that the economy is improving!

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  30. 186
    Nickelarse says:

    Latest edition of the LibDum Manifesto — The Party is totally fucked. Therefore will all members and supporters please vote Conservative to help keep UKIP out.

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    • 221
      Bill Quango MP says:

      It sounds like a joke … but…Lib Dem voters are notoriously easy to sway with an easy to swallow fake messages.

      I think its all the vegetables they eat. Makes them a bit simple. A little bit naive. As well as giving them that cabbagey odour.

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  31. 191
    Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

    Can somebody explain in words of one syllable just why it is that most of our politicians seem not to want our country back?

    Is it the bribes, the pies, the pensions, the fact that half of them are bloody foreigners anyway, the beautiful design of the EU flag, do they all love Beethoven so much?

    My brain cell hurts, but I do foresee serious and violent trouble in the land when the real backlash starts and the natives actually have to physically take their land back from these intruders. No doubt pitchforks are being sharpened as you read this.

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    • 196
      Boycott companies that employ EU immigrants says:

      Where I live, shops that employ immigrants are going bust. Shops that don’t are doing fine.

      It’s a start.

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    • 199
      Compromised clowns says:

      Blackmail. Don’t forget the blackmail.

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      • 349
        Harriet's hubby Jack, a bbc lover (ohhhhh dude) says:

        Blackmail? Blackmail?
        Have you got the twitter account?

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    • 257
      Mycroft says:

      Can’t do it in single syllables, but the key term is ‘Career Enhancement’.

      If they get somewhere in politics here, eventually the public ‘find them out’, we realise that they are a bunch of venal, self-serving toss-pots not worth the oxygen they breathe (see Hain and all the ones from the past) but if they still ‘hunger’ for power and influence or their greed isn’t sated then there is an alternative.

      They have a new pool to piss in.

      That is exactly why, long gone has the original concept of a common market, this is now almost entirely self-serving body.

      It’s about being an Empire and holding an Empires sway in World events.

      America actually doesn’t want a strong EU but they are too dishonest to openly explain to their electorate the reason why, often the President is too dumb to be informed.

      The reason is trade control, the trade in the Petro-dollar, if ever energy starts to be traded in the Euro the end of the economy looms.

      It is why there is serious concern not to offend the guy and why he gets away with his schtick, he can sell energy to Europe in Euros… the US will lose the plot.

      If the EU becomes powerful enough it too could consider ignoring the US threat of reprisals if they accept energy priced in Euros and again the US dies on it’s ahse.

      There you go, not single syllables and a bit of financial background, the real and largely hidden background truth to how it all meshes together.

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    • 277
      Z# says:

      The same reason why most of them are members of a ” * Friends of Israel “club.

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    • 389
      Chalk_not_Cheez says:

      It will end badly some day for sure. To keep a whole load of individuals not matched by trait or belief living together really needs a strong tyrant in control – as we saw in Yugoslavia and Mesopotamia.
      Get rid of the dictator and you very soon get mashed potaters!

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      • 483
        MiniTrue says:

        The obesity epidemic is working well… the proles will be too weak, fat, scared, and dumb to organise and rise up against the boot of left-wing Laborg truth.

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    • 558
      Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

      Marx

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  32. 195
    Care homes...HMPs more like. says:

    How the heck did Bernard Jordan escape from his care home?

    We have been looking around some recently and they are more secure than an HMP. Once inside it is impossible for a “resident” to get out unless they have managed to gain the security pin or leave accompanied by a responsible person.

    In most of them they can’t even phone out and can only take calls at the whim of the staff.

    It’s as if society has rid itself of the elderly frail and taken away all their freedoms.

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  33. 200

    @SC: You may be interested in this article from R’euters, pre-EP2014:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/05/23/eu-election-candidates-juncker-idUSL6N0O71VC20140523

    Two interesting points:

    i) The election is described as a pan-European election: This is extremely significant when the implications of that term are known. Could partly explain Cameron’s otherwise rabid objections to his presidency.

    ii) Juncker’s adopted dog, Plato, originally from the Greek Island of Samos.

    This appears to be symbolic, referencing the influence of Pythagoras on Plato. Particularly tongue in cheek of Juncker to joke that the dog does not understand French.

    That Juncker adopted the dog is significant and references Laelaps. But is Juncker’s Plato truly a gift from Zeus to Europa ? And if the pursuit of Federalization fails, will Zeus turn this dog into stone ?

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 208
      Arrest Toni Blair says:

      NOW

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      • 227

        A significant question about Blair: Is he a pan-Europeanist ?

        If so, the notion that he has committed numerous acts of Treason against the UK becomes much more credible.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 211
      Observer says:

      Who is your candidate then?

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    • 216
      Bob says:

      Who is your candidate?

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      • 484
        MiniTrue says:

        Nigel Farage of course!

        Failing that, Marine Le Pen.

        Simon Cowell might be entertaining.

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    • 235
      Fishy says:

      A nasty piece of work is Herr (or whatever the call themselves in 208-land) Juncker according to this.

      http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ambroseevans-pritchard/100027421/juncker-is-an-enemy-of-the-british-nation-but-luxembourg-is-our-friend/

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    • 266

      You have set a Teumessian paradox here. One which can only be solved by the convenient act of turning all warring parties into stone.

      Imagine the Henry Kissinger question Who do I ring when I want to speak to “Europe?” being recast as Who do I ring when I want to speak to “The Informal Confederation of Russia and China?” Hereinafter to be known as the ICRC (How about that for an instant coinage? ;-) ). It illustrates that the premise of the question is wrong. What price then, any answer which might be given?

      If courts can issue dissenting positions, why can’t Europe? The formation of a confederation in peaceful times is never going to be a speedy process and, if it is made to be so, then it cannot be an enduring one.

      Juncker may be from the right but he is so establishment, he might as well be part of the furniture. He is never going to be the one to breathe democracy back into Europe. Do not forget that Zeus was concealed from Cronos.

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      • 287

        It is that Juncker is perhaps part of some very old furniture that could be the problem.

        If he does represent a force of federalization more along the lines of Popovici more than Briand, then Europe is in for some dark days: The Anschluss (which was a bit more than just an annexation) released some pretty awful forces.

        h**p://www.centrulgafencu.ro/user/image/12isac.pdf

        Glad you picked up on my point about the informal confederation of R’ussia and Ch!na.

        Combined with NAFTA, and the forces pushing A’frican U’nion, not to mention those which are trying to firmly push the UK into its Commonwealth, it would appear that some of Haus Habsburg’s dreams are being realized.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Nikolaus_von_Coudenhove-Kalergi

        As the European and US Federal authorities become more authoritarian, the risk of severe reaction among their member states grows. That reaction explains in Europe why member States are beginning to act strangely, and in particular why many are turning against both their own governments and the EU itself.

        Similar is happening in the US at present: The secession calls in Texas and elsewhere are actually real.

        How long until people wake up to this ? And are our own politicians blind or just being disingenuous when they state they do not understand what is happening ?

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 458

          Have not been here much as either swimming (at last!) or working on protecting my pensions contributions, quite a difference!

          The second part has focussed my mind, as if it needed focussing any more, on the interference of state which we have become used to. Not only in the UK and the EU but also in the USA.

          It was an interesting conversation we had last night, my contribution being rather limited due to my preoccupations. But what was especially good in my view is that we traversed the route from input based argument to output based issues. Your points made this way were completely valid. I hope you will acknowledge mine.

          It is surely true that one should not become too immersed in theory when the practical results are there to form conclusions from as well. I am not sure if you saw my later contributions on the last page which I made in the middle of the night.

          I follow your arguments and in the main agree. The Habsburg link I was aware of but you have drawn it out particularly well. The Pan-European Picnic was one detail of the whole heady experience which became buried in the avalanche of events which resulted in the fall of communism (a phrase I increasingly hate using as I am inclined to think the verb could as well be substituted with rebirth.)

          Do not have time to develop this as fully as I would wish but think I make clear my view of the odious nature of the regimes in Russia and China. My remarks are not meant to detract from this and I was “paying heed” to your point in my reference which was also a subtle (or not so :-) ) suggestion for you to go back and read my remarks which I felt you may not have seen.

          Having said all that, having put to one side my own personal bile at having to jump through hoops to get at what is by right my own, I am unshakably of the conclusion that the way we are headed, in the west, is just as unacceptable as in the other two blocs. We just have a sheen, a gloss which we place over our system in which we pretend to each other that we are somehow better, somehow morally superior.

          We are not! We may not kill as many people (although there are arguments here…) but, project forward a generation using the current direction of travel, and all our freedoms, which people have paid the price in blood for over the centuries, will have disappeared.

          I am only sorry I cannot get to some of the other very interesting points.

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          • No worries – fully recognize + get your points – sorry did not make that clear.

            A problem I have found with the Pan-Europa mob (mainly EPP) are that they seem to be VERY revisionist, and genuinely dangerous.

            Would recommend to double check any and all understanding / assumptions you may have of them and their vision for Europe.

            What I am uncovering at present is not particularly pleasant, and cannot be accounted for completely by politically inspired dis-crediting.

            I now have a reasoning for why Monnet has been smeared on the false claim that he wanted to keep the Federal European plan secret from the people of Europe, smeared over his address outlining the Pleven plan.

            That was given credibility by V’aclav H’avel. If you read the post on my blog the lie is exposed, but I was unable to account for why H’avel would do this. The missing link is the Pan-Europa movement. It has deep roots in the Czech-Republic among other things.

            A fundamental question to mull: Federation of Unity or Union ? What do European Citizens really want ?

            The EP2014 did not answer that question. The last time the Unity option was pushed, as it appears to be now, WWII was triggered.

            The state interference reflects a shift towards the authoritarian of the Federal (and de-facto Federal) authorities in the US and the EU. Proudhon claims that authoritarian systems demand more faith than reason, the latter being aligned with liberty. P’roudhon IMHO was correct. The implications for the present are profound.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The peopels of Europe do not want yet another ‘foisted’ unelected President – they want the whole behemoth edifice of the EU to crumble. Look at the billions that will be saved from day one of the EU’s demise.

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          The people voted for the P’resident the other week.

          J’uncker and Schulz came first and second, but neither had an overall majority.

          They are already in agreement on next step, but the national governments are for some reason looking to undermine this democratic process.

          The real question is: Why are the national governments behaving this way ?

          Vote UKIP :-)

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    YOU HOMOPHOBE says:

    I see that anyone who is now opposed to homosexual marriage is instantly labled HOMOPHOBE without any thought.

    Even though it was a free conscience vote in parliament, even though the definition of marriage is/was man and woman, even though homosexuals were given superior rights in the civil partnerships legislation, even though it is a free country and people have the right to be free to object and even express their free speech.

    And it is also a given that anyone objecting to homosexual marriage has an irrational fear of homosexuals and is therefore a very bad person .

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      On the subject of homophobia.. says:

      What about Imams who refuse to conduct same-sex marriage in mosques?

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        BBC Analhalal says:

        Sorry, no. That comes under the heading of ‘religious wonderment’, but this is the only religion that qualifies.

        We’re not sure either. Julian, …darling boy… Can you come to my room immediately?

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      • 351
        Core, Ann says:

        Their skyfairy wouldn’t approve as much as other skyfairies are said too.

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        • 561
          Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

          ‘Skyfairy’ Arrrh the standard Marxist response. You all follow the same line.
          .
          Surely there are some children to starve or counter revolutionaries torture where you live.
          Don’t waste your time on here. Get out there

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    • 223
      A normal person who just doesn't give a shit about your private prejudices. says:

      But you ARE a homophobe.

      Homosexual behaviour has been legal in the UK for over 50 years. Homosexuals have not been subject to overt prejudice for 40 years.
      Larry Grayson took over the highest rated show on national television, the generation game, over 40 years ago. And people didn’t mind that much even then. It was still the highest ratings TV show for another 10 years.
      Governments and councils have been promoting homosexuality as equal to non homosexuality for thirty years.
      The first homosexual kiss on tv was over 20 years ago

      If you haven’t moved with the times over the last 70 years you really are a sad old fossil.

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      • 228
        Anonymous says:

        You are deliberately confusing perfectly reasonable objections to the change in the thousands years old definition of marriage with objections to homosexuality.

        Most who disagree with homosexual marriage have no problems with homosexuality.

        To casually throw out name calling of “homophobe” is in itself am act of hatred and not one of consideration that marriage and family is a thing created by a man and a woman and not the biological impossibility of two men (or women)

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          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          The strange word homophobia implies a fear of sexual perverts ,most people despite the best efforts of the Guardian ,BBC , the EU etc. react not with fear but disgust and revulsion especially over the sordid details and vile practices involved!

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          A normal person...etc says:

          Can you not see you are no different to a halal eater demanding everyone else also must eat only halal?

          Women and man for procreation.. When was that a big deal? 1600 ?
          Have men and women only married for procreation since the invention of the pill in the 1970s. No.

          I’m afraid it is you using a tired, tired old definition from the dawn of civilisation to rationalise your prejudices.

          Now. It’s perfectly fine for you to be prejudiced. Everyone is about something.
          But it’s important to recognise that that is what it is.
          The world moves on. Not everyone wants it too.

          But to your children grandchildren you will appear as a preacher telling the congregation that the black man was put on the earth to serve the white man. That is why they are best enslaved..it is the will of god.

          Try and move on. Two men bumming is of no concern to you. You won’t have to watch a video or anything. You can ignore the whole thing by simply not attending any gay marriage ceremony you are invited to attend.
          Which would probably be for the best for all concerned.

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            But how dare those perverts suggest that real men are afraid of them?

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          • Bigot alert says:

            The debate is on the re-defining of marriage. You are turning it into nasty name throwing exercise and probably worse. It is a perfectly reasonable position to object to marriage which is about a man an a woman producing a family being turned into a purely lust of the flesh homosexual union.

            You should not react so violently to people who have reasonable objections and it causes you to stumble at your first agument

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          • a normal person etc says:

            could you point out the nasty name throwing and the violent reaction bits?

            Cant seem to see them.

            You may have noticed them amongst the argument, but I didn’t put any in. Sorry if you are offended.

            Anyway . marriage has been redefined. Not just here but across the entire western world. All in the last few years. The USA , EU last year, Canada, Australia etc.
            So its pretty much a done deal.

            What are you going to do about it? Who are you going to write to to get this abomination of a law reversed? The UN? The ECHR?

            my guess is Putin would be your best bet. He’s not likely to be having gay marriage in Russia anytime soon. Maybe you could enlist his help in a banning bummers from marrying in the same way as non bummers law.
            other than that I expect its over to the Saudis and the Ayatollahs. They’ll definitely be able to help you with your issue.

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          • Moderate Tar says:

            Perhaps calling the OP a “sad old fossil” was instantly displaying your pre conceived prejudices . Just a thought.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            The argument has been ‘twisted’ to bring in another divide and rule subject of the black man. Black church going people also abhor the G marriage subject. Many Rabbis lower down their hierarchy were against it – but they were ‘ordered’ for some strange reason to toe the line. OK i have introduced other elements but hey that’s what freedom of expression is all about.

            And btw – There is something badly wrong with the ‘disproportionate’ number of ‘miltiant political homosexuals’ [See MOS Peter Hitchens of published] who have invaded our parliaments / governments across Europe.

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            It is a way of normalising every abomination.

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          • an even normaler person says:

            @a normal person

            the violent reaction and nasty name calling is the use of this term “homophobe”, which is obviously a cryptonym for evil and stupid.

            it’s hardly a neutral objective term to signal a desire to engage with any kind of rational debate.
            similarly, kicking off with “it’s already a done deal” – a very passive aggressive defensive way of trying to lock down a debate so that it can’t be had – is also not a very neutral, objective, or rational approach, and demonstrates a complete lack of interest in any debate, this simple statism – imposing a value system that does not have universal consent or support, and simultaneously attempting to isolate, belittle, and demonise (i.e.: bully) any dissenters.

            it is aggressive, and cult-like.

            marriage has not been redefined any more than if someone made a law banning homosexuality could say that sexuality has been redefined.

            laws do not create truth.

            simply legalising or illegalising something has no bearing on whether it’s right or wrong, true or false, clever or stupid.

            the legislation in question, far from creating equality, has created further inequality – a man and woman cannot form a civil partnership, yet members of the same gender have two options. this isn’t even a matter of morality but simple consistency.

            one other part of the debate that has been staunchly refused admission is the idea that any group of consenting adults should be able to form an identical legal contract as the one proposed as “gay marriage”.

            the implication of attempting to change what marriage is, in terms of removing the procreation aspect, and the gender aspect, is that it becomes a legal contract between adults who freely choose to share a specific set of rights and responsibilities, mainly covering property rights and kinship access rights.

            the state cannot be involved in policing or testing for abstract concepts such as “love”; nor can it intervene in determining whether consummation has taken place, so we’re left with the obvious question: why can’t any number of free adults join themselves in this new definition of “marriage”?

            why not 2, 3, 4 5, siblings? why not friends? why not mixtures of any permutation of people?

            there’s no justification in limiting it to two people – given that procreation isn’t the purpose; nor is there any justification in limiting to two people who profess to some unverifiable connection of a particular species of “love”. do not siblings love each other? parents and their offspring? friends even?

            if your objective is to break the traditional model of marriage, then who are you to restrict and discriminate against anyone else?

            lets have a rule and apply it consistently and fairly – get rid of the restrictions on incest and polygamy; at the very least, let friends marry – there’s no law that says they have to love each other romantically or have sex or any bizarre variation involving their various organs.

            I can tolerate your desire to be “tolerant”, but I insist that it is applied to everyone equally, not just to a select interest group with it’s own agenda.

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        MiniTrue says:

        There is no such thing as homosexuality.

        There is a mental illness called sexual deviency.

        Defined as abnormal by the fact that it is maladaptive and statistically infrequent.

        The media may have “moved on” and tried to force the public to “move on”, but they have done so without any consent, and the public has mostly stayed exactly where it was.

        People say “i don’t bovver me mate” because they are afraid of the consequences of expressing strong dissent… which is precisely what the propagandists rely on.

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          Death to all Fanatics says:

          Interesting that one cannot reply to posts above this one.

          MiniTrue speaks the truth!

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          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          A simple biology lesson will instantly condemn sodomy as the unnatural vile act we all know it to be ,including the sad practitioners themselves !

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          • MiniTrue says:

            Well, we don’t have to even resort to describing it as vile and unnatural.

            We can remain entirely objective and scientific, and use the language of the DSM.

            Abnormality is defined as statistical infrequency.

            Maladaptivity includes behaviours which are harmful to the self and others; and behaviours that fundamentally work against the characteristics that define an organism that collectively define the primary objective of living organisms – which is of course, to survive.

            The anus is designed for one-way traffic, behaviours that rupture and damage the lower digestive tract are a quantifiable risk.
            Roleplaying and simulating the behaviour of procreational couples shows all the signs of a further disassociation from reality.

            The idea that one can change gender is also a disassociation from reality – gender is defined by internal organs and structures (e.g.: skeleton; skin) that can’t be changed by bioengineering through chemicals.

            It’s important for the credibility of science that the public are not lied to; and that fiction is not misrepresented as fact.

            However, the politicisation of the science community – research money largely comes from government – means that science is being corrupted and distorted to service political and ideological social engineering objectives.

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    • 487
      MiniTrue says:

      2 minutes of hate!

      -phobe!

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      • 490
        MiniTrue says:

        if the state hates, then it is good hate; if the public hate the state’s hate, then it is bad hate.

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  35. 206
    Nuke 'em says:

    I don’t get why there’d be a problem with nuking the muzee shitholes in the middle east that are nothing but massive terrorist training camps. These fuckers follow a death cult that preaches the glory of dying and an afterlife of endless r*pe. If they’re so desperate to die, let’s help them along the way. Deport the c-unts who are here, then drop a few nukes on P*kistan, Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia to rid the world of the scum.

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    • 209
      Why waste good nukes? says:

      The best thing would be to let Iran develop the Bomb. Saudi would quickly follow and as sure as day follows night, they’d end up obliterating each other, in the name of the religion of peace.

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      • 263
        Nuke 'em says:

        Nice idea but I’d still prefer to nuke the ragheads. The only problem is that so many of them are so fucking obese, especially the ugly women, that nuking them would result in a mushroom cloud of adipose tissue. Not so much nuclear fallout as ghee fallout.

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    Lucky Luchiana says:

    Bad publicity is better than no publicity at all

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    • 224
      The Holocaust and the Germans says:

      .

      Not sure we agree with that statement.

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        It’s so much easier to unravel Propaganda today; whereas it has been a very convenient ‘tool’ used by the few against the many for many of the past 8 decades.

        Propagandists – just don’t get it – GAMES UP.

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  37. 212
    More History to celebate says:

    The youth of today and our new citizens don’t have much of an idea what Normandy landings etc was all about.

    They do no how to use guns, burn things and being generally revolting.

    How about a party where effigies of Stalin and Hitler, perhaps Mao, and all things the crusades had to fight but mutilated along medieval ways then pummelled with lead.

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    • 219
      Come back, Hitler, all is forgiven. says:

      Watching the D-Day commemorations yesterday, did you see the bit by the beach where “the horrors of war” were ‘explained’ through the medium of interpretive dance?

      Fucking Lefty shit has to poison everything. Christ on a bike, watching that PC bollocks made me wish the Nazis had won.

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      • 226
        Adolf says:

        I was embarrassed by it. Even the camp Nazi from ‘Allo ‘Allo would have been preferable to that scheisse. At least he was funny.

        And I should warn you I noticed Putin looking at tall that prancing about.

        I could see him thinking he had nothing to fear from the Queens Own Highland Dancers and the 23rd Tap and Jazz regiment.

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      • 229
        http://bit.ly/1p6qka5 says:

        I’d rather watch the horrors of interpretive dance explained through the medium of war.

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        • 233
          Come back, Hitler, all is forgiven. says:

          Now that is a very good idea. Perhaps Putin will oblige?

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    • 239
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

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  38. 217
    The British media are cunts says:

    Who wants to bet Bernard Jordan will now get a visit off of 50 vastly overweight cowardly fucking cuunt coppers?

    Fucking die of cancer you fucking plod vermin.

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  39. 218
    Vince says:

    I forgot to go to Normandy yesterday

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  40. 222
    Ben Brogan says:

    Liblabcon

    Ferrets in a sack

    Boring…

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  41. 225
    Saturday 7up rant says:

    Fucking pissed off today.
    My local council having twice rejected a proposed massive housing development because of flooding and infrastructure concerns the same c*nt developers are back with the exact same plan.
    After the governments insistence that all councils must build at least ‘x’ amount of homes plus their relaxation of planning rules this development could well go ahead this time.
    There is nothing we the people or our elected reps in the council can do about it.
    You know I can really see now how some people end up rejecting the ballot box in favour of more violent means.

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    • 352
      Flaming Torches R Us says:

      Burn the fucking Town Hall down. Not difficult. Oh, and the developer’s office too while you are at it. These days direct action seems to be the only way to get heard. Just look at what is going on all over Europe that is not even being mention by our beloved useless Press and TV stations. We need to start copying their methods.

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  42. 232
    They fought for each other not lying bastard politicians says:

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  43. 234
    Empty Ed, waiting says:

    Josh Axelrod General Arnie and Mr Jay all tell me to keep mum until my balls drop…

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  44. 238
    LibLabCon says:

    Newark, 2010:
    1st Conservative, 27,590 votes, 53.9%
    2nd Labour, 11,438 votes, 22.3%
    3rd Liberal Democrat, 10,246 votes, 20.0%
    4th UKIP, 1,954 votes, 3.8 %

    Newark 2014:
    1st Conservative, 17,431 votes, 45.0%
    2nd UKIP, 10,028 votes, 25.9%
    3rd Labour, 6,842 votes, 17.7%
    4th Independent, 1,891 votes, 4.9%

    Obviously, a very poor result for UKIP. Their momentum has ended.

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    • 251
      Fact says:

      UKIP would have won if approx 2000 Liebour supporters and 6000 LibDim supporters had not voted tactically for the naive tory posh boy carpetbagger.

      Dave didn’t win a majority in 2010, and can’t win on his own now.

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      • 259
        Mr Nobody says:

        No, Ukip should have won a couple of by-elections by now. That they can’t do that is very telling. They might scrape 6% of the vote next year – people don’t vote for protest parties at a GE – but they are unlikely to take any seats.

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        • 438
          Aida Nuff says:

          What are UKIP voters protesting against ?

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          the times they are a-changin' says:

          it’s very telling about you, not about UKIP.

          people don’t like being told that their vote is a protest… read a little about how the Labour party rose from being a “protest vote” a century ago…

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      • 267
        Here is BBC home service says:

        LibLabCon each one side of the evil triangle, the new MP is there for 11 months then has to fight for the seat against the same friendly crowd of LibLabs who will try every dirty trick to oust him from his troughing spot.

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    • 275
      Dan 'warden' Hodges says:

      I told you UKIP was just a flash in the pan.

      PUT THAT LIGHT OUT!

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  45. 240
    Vlad in Sochi says:

    I hope you like my Admiral Kuznetsov moored off Edinburgh

    Your Dave asked me to park her there to make Salmond submit to London Etonian elite

    The KGB has always liked Old Etonians…

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  46. 250
    CastIron 'Spoon face' Dave says:

    Its make me proud to be British – I salute all the heroes
    Sam and I nearly shed a tear…

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  47. 262

    This will be putting the wind up Blair and the interventionist lobby…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 276
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      Don’t be daft.

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    • 293
      jgm2 says:

      The Pope might as well pack up and let the Religion of Peace turn the Vatican into a mosque.

      Will he be getting to say Christian prayers in Mecca by way of mutual understanding?

      Will he fuck.

      The Pope has capitulated.

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      • 304

        No: The P’ope is sending some a very clear message of solidarity – Loyalty to Messiah and principal.

        Follows from this:

        http://tinyurl.com/kbg8ayw

        Significance: The Messiah’s own Vicar has not only recognized the State of P’alestine in words, but has directly cast blessing on the key symbol of division. Many would see this as indicating that God has touched P’alestine and is presumably working His divine power to break that symbol of division now.

        The Vatican inviting M’ohammed into their temple indicates that the Church recognizes the common link of Christ. The prayers which the M’uslims offer there will be of particular interest.

        It will also be of interest to see if the R’ussian O’rthodox Church follows suit, or if R’ussia continues in its own attack on !slam. The treatment of the T’atars in Cr!mea, repeating mistakes of the past, suggest not.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 316
        God says:

        It’s all very well the Pope saying prayers to me in Arabic, but I only speak Aramaic and Latin.

        And English.

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        • 323
          Bert says:

          If you have a Windows PC, Big G, make sure you’re covered for the Zeus Game Over thingum (or whatever it’s called). Make sure your anti-dawkins software is up to date.

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      • 327
        Winners take All says:

        We welcome this as an example of how you must all atone for your sins to the great Mo. In’fidels make no objection or we squash you again. We like your free endorsement of our great Mo. We use the propaganda as signs of your weakness and still you take it up from us. Fools.

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        • 388
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Medieval mumbo jumbo wether in a mosque or the vatican is just that, utter risible nonsense that has no place in the modern world ,one side is a gang of old pederasts who spend years covering up the rape of children entrusted to their care ,the other a barking mad collection of bearded fanatics bent on mass murder and mayhem.
          There is not much to choose between either ,they are both demonstrably stark raving bonkers to believe in such garbage .

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  48. 279
    Dangerous times for Britain says:

    Do not forget that most European countries are political conceptions and their peoples have in the main no historical ties to their state and many divisions from it, to the extent that they could easily swear alliegance to all the countries surrounding them. In effect patriotism is alien to them

    Until very recently that was not the case in Great Britain. Setting aside the UK debate, as an Island nation it was very easy for us to identify with one nation and be proud of it, although mass immigration is now destroying all that.

    This is effectively why Britain has always been agin the federal Europe that so many Europeans want.

    Perhaps the flood of migrants was the elite’s way of making Britain say oui.

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    • 308
      nell says:

      We British have never said yes to the EU. As history will tell you the last time we had a vote in 1972/3 , it was a put up job arranged by edheath the then PM who conned us into believing we were voting on the European Economic Community, a trade vote to be precise.

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      • 355
        Flaming Torches R Us says:

        .. and then he went off to sea in his yacht with a brood of young schoolboys who couldn’t swim. If there is a Hell I hope he is up to his balls in the shit (face down).

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  49. 283
    Nigel Mirage says:

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      A Labour Party Spokesmong says:

      Newark, 2010:
      1st Conservative, 27,590 votes, 53.9%
      2nd Labour, 11,438 votes, 22.3%
      3rd Liberal Democrat, 10,246 votes, 20.0%
      4th UKIP, 1,954 votes, 3.8 %

      Newark 2014:
      1st Conservative, 17,431 votes, 45.0%
      2nd UKIP, 10,028 votes, 25.9%
      3rd Labour, 6,842 votes, 17.7%
      4th Independent, 1,891 votes, 4.9%

      It’s clearly all over for UKIP.

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      • 319
        R. Youshore says:

        You are Comical Ali and I claim my 500 Iraqi dinars.

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      • 320
        pookie snackumberger says:

        Yea, they will not be able to recover from this, I mean such poor numbers of closet racists, and swivel eyed loons and fruitcakes.

        If only they could take votes from all the previously three main parties, then they might have been in with half a chance of knocking the labour party into third place and annihilating the cockroaches.

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        • 326
          Lord Pantsdown of Nobrain-sub-Human says:

          Aside from the fact that the results are clearly very disappointing for UKIP, showing, as they do, a huge drop in their support, the results also show that without a doubt the Liberal Democrats under Nick Clegg – who is, in my opinion, the best leader we’ve ever had – have the progressive policies, on Europe and immigration, that are proving ever more popular with the British public.

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    • 497
      Purple Tsunami says:

      Is that all you’ve got?

      Where’s Ed’s 43% and 14 point lead he used to have?! lol

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  50. 301
    nell says:

    I think, indeed I hope, that nigelfarage will at least win one seat for ukip at the 2015 GE.

    With luck they will maybe win a couple more seats in the HoC than that. The big issue is how many seats will labour win in 2015 – their own official estimates this week are saying 260 – 280 .

    Labour’s own people are saying if militwit loses the 2015 election there will be the mother of all battles for the labour leadership between yvette and chuckusyamoney. I think this could be fun!!

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    • 305
      jgm2 says:

      Being saying it for years – Yvette Cooper will be next leader of the opposition.

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      • 307
        nell says:

        Oh I do hope so – the shrill yvette may win the union vote being a brownite , but she’s an absolute turn-off for voters generally across the country.

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        • 310
          jgm2 says:

          Some women will vote for a woman no matter which party she represents. It makes good sense for Labour to elect a female leader.

          Conversely there a plenty of white (and Asian) Brits who won’t vote for a black fellow no matter which party he represents.

          I reckon Yvette Cooper would do well. I seriously do.

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          • nell says:

            nope – she’s no MrsT – more like a telly tubby without the charisma!

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          • Bert says:

            Is Cooper a woman, then, jgm2? I’d never have twigged that.

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          • Libour's bright young education opportunist, amnesia specialist says:

            I can talk shrill.

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          • A Lardarse in the HoL says:

            Will the Liverpuddle MP Ms Hamburger be standing in that race?

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          • Strange but True says:

            Even my missus, sez a BiG yes to Yvette
            A definate vote winner for 2015

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          • JH326ya34523432 says:

            Whether the religion of píss could vote for a mere infidel female is yet to be seen.

            Mind you, they’ll be expected to vote for a blue and two in less than a year. Could be interesting, no matter how ‘useful’ he promises to be.

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    • 382
      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      Given the obvious problem Labour have with the white working class thinking they are run by a bunch of PC obsessed London Liberal elites, who are much more concerned with their tribal urban vote. Money Uma could be a very divisive choice.

      As for public opinion on Cooper, she’s married to Ed Balls, ’nuff said!

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    • 500
      Purple Tsunami says:

      Nah… Jon Cruddas is the dark horse who will pull the rug from under both of them.

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  51. 314
    Labour hate Britain says:

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  52. 375
    Merkelism says:

    Achtung smellie Brits… you von das battles for Normandy, but we von das Krieg

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  53. 378
    I'm not gay says:

    I’m not gay

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  54. 381
    Viperous Old Vince says:

    I PLEDGE TO CONCRETE OVER THE GREEN BELT.

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    • 383
      Lord Voldemort says:

      And why do we need all these new houses? Hello? The reason that can not be named.

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      • 390
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Not to mention the school places, the transport infrastructure, the healthcare, the millions spent on food imports.

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      • 399
        The English way of life passes says:

        And the envy of the world, the totally overwhelmed NHS.

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    • 387
      Lord Voldemort says:

      Fucking muggles.

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    • 391
      Lord Oakshit says:

      Nice one, Vince. Build some big houses too, then hit them with your Mansion Tax.
      :)

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    • 392
      Mycroft says:

      The Green Belt.

      Reality Check:- If anyone dares mentioning doing anything other than preserving the ‘Green Belt’ he/she is immediately cast as an Environmental Paedophile, which is a shame.

      The Green Belts are nothing more than corsets, a corsets that are slowly, incrementally rotting our guts.

      This rot is the price paid for simple shelter for the majority of people in this Country.

      A year or so I wrote a paper on this subject, no-one would publish it such is the ‘pariah status’ you assume if you try to open the discussion.

      The reality is that we simply have to start thinking stop just leaning on a Social Engineering meme.

      The GrBe is a fabulous bit of Social Engineering, the finest to date as it has taken hold unlike the other bit of mass Social Engineering that hasn’t fully, namely Man-Made Climate Change.

      If anyone and I mean anyone ever opens their mouth and recites the mantra that we need the Green Belt even more today than we did in the past you know, this person hasn’t given the subject an ounce of thought, not even a Gram of it.

      The masses will weep tears if you even think of doing something to it, even if that is actually doing more good than at present whilst still making room for housing.

      The odd thing is that many ‘monied’ souls have a direct interest in both this land and it’s continued ‘Sacred Cow’ status, whilst quietly and carefully developing bits for their ilk.

      It’s a huge ‘con’ (as in confidence trick) and not a word is raised in questioning the continuing deception.

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      • 531
        Death to all Fanatics!! says:

        Had a brief conversation with my impressionable teenage daughter earlier:

        “What kind of person owns lots of land, rich or poor?”

        “So, who makes lots of money from windmills.”

        “Who do think pays the money? (Via subsidy).”

        “Do you think that is fair?”

        Lightbulb moment!

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    • 433
      Balbus says:

      No problem. Build the fucking lot in Wimbledon.

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      • 617
        A passing thought says:

        Good idea. Wimbledon Common and the adjacent Richmond Park should be large enough to accommodate every one of them – then we can introduce a modicum of ebola…

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    • 448
      Y.O.Y says:

      The truth is out there – even at the ONS, it’s just the Milicamerclegg mindset won’t admit it.

      See this article

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/10509723/UK-population-could-hit-132-million-warn-official-figures.html

      FROM THE ARTICLE –

      “At that rate England alone would have a population of 96.5 million in 2087 and a third of England’s population would be over 65 by 2072.

      “Due to the inherent uncertainty of demographic behaviour, any set of projections will inevitably be proved wrong, to a greater or lesser extent, as a forecast of future demographic events or population structure,” the ONS explained.

      Mr Field said the figures suggested politicians had been burying their heads in the sand about the impact of immigration.

      He likened the optimism among the political about the impact of population growth to the attitudes which gave rise to appeasement in the run-up to the Second World War.

      “The British political leadership have a characteristic of not wishing to face up to what is happening until very late in the day. ” “

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    • 467
      JH326ya34523432 says:

      I think you’ll find that once interest rates return to their historic mean – and they will, whether you like it or not – there will be no shortage of houses for sale.

      Like

    • 597
      Cockroaches should be consigned to the dustbin of history says:

      Cable comes from the party that very recently came sixth in an actual election. His kind have been comprehensively rejected.
      Why on earth is anyone giving him the oxygen of publicity ?

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  55. 395
    The British media are cunts says:

    Fucking BBC totally missing the point. Why do schools need to be monitored for extremism in the first fucking place?

    Not needed in any of the white dominated schools in the UK just the fucking Muslims at it again.

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  56. 396
    Seriously though says:

    With hindsight perhaps it wasn’t a good idea for Ukip to put up Roger Helmer as their candidate at Newark.
    My Missus thinks I’ve lost my marbles supporting Ukip because in her opinion (she only watches the Beeboid news) they are all a bunch of mad racists somewhere to the right of Goebels.
    Putting up some old white geezer candidate with a moustache confirmed her worst suspicions.
    It would have been much smarter to have found some ethnic lady from amongst the Ukip faithful (there must be one somewhere) to quash the Beeboid line of ‘They’re all waycists’.

    Sadly in today’s world ‘Perception is Reality’.

    Nigel and Co. must learn from this.

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    • 402
      Stuff the MSM and the british establishment says:

      A waste of time UKIP trying to pander to its enemies.

      When you make a stand against the vested interests and agendas of those that run this corrupt cesspit of a country, then nothing the UKIP will do will ever gain the favour or support of the MSM. Nothing.

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    • 406
      Richard Littlecock says:

      Can I borrow “waycists” for my Daily Fail column? Thanks in advance.

      Like

    • 410
      The British media are cunts says:

      The Tories put up a wealthy white male and he win. Tory donkeys will vote for a Tory regardless.

      Like

    • 412

      “It would have been much smarter to have found some ethnic lady from amongst the Ukip faithful (there must be one somewhere)”

      There was. She quit.

      Winston McKenzie’s still there. Well he was last week at least. Bless.

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    • 462
      The MSM and the political Class says:

      He was perfectly OK 2 years ago when he was a TORY

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  57. 397
    SickAndTired says:

    dont ya juss luv tory peers

    here’s some advice to make ends meet

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tory-peer-urges-people-save-3654238?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

    fuckin cnunt

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  58. 404
    sweet FA says:

    If a man and a woman decide to get married and have kids. They create a structure called family. Within Family are made Family units called kids belonging to Family. Kid understands and identifies with superior unit Parents contained in Family and learns stuff.
    This can be also be a description of a Country.
    It might sometimes happen that the Family unit called Wife might cuckold the Family unit Father and confuse the issue. Family unit Bastard might then be confused as to where his allegiance might lie, with Family unit Father, Family unit or (!Family) unit biological Father.
    It is the same with a country.

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    • 409
      Confucius, He says:

      What if Country is gay, though?

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      • 464
        The Birds and the Bees says:

        The country would cease to exist or at least have no human inhabitants if it was a brown hatter

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      • 502
        If you're happy and you know it... says:

        Then country going through airport turnstile sideways is going to Bangkok

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    • 411
      anonymous heterosexual male of the species says:

      With a bit of luck in a few years time if a woman wants a kid they will be able to get one from the Supermarket.

      None of this marriage nonsense and men will be left in peace to get on with whatever it is they do best.

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    • 415
      Dave Figgley says:

      Ha ha, mate.

      Steve is as gay as the day is long. He luxuriates in being an outsider and dumping endless comments on St_ain_es’ blog, for which he is credited a few quid which he spends, mostly, on cosmetics and rubber stuff, sunshine.

      Get in there.

      Must motor- Mrs. Figgley’s beehive is buzzing at last.

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      • 429
        Confucius, He says:

        Figgley made in Essex like Corsair, Escort Mexico and Jade Goody.

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        • 437
          Dave Figgley says:

          Yes, geezer.

          I wouldn’t be seen dead in a dress though, you ponce.

          Must dash, blah………

          …… oh, fuck. The Folks are having another Bridge Night.

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  59. 414
    Anonymous says:

    Rt’d by Diane Abbott. #NoPinkies

    Please note that this event is open to black women only.

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    • 416
      sweet FA says:

      what I said

      Like

    • 420
      Anonymous says:

      She’s a clever politician. I don’t agree with her and wouldn’t vote for her party. She is not to be ridiculed.

      Like

      • 421
        lack women only says:

        This blog is ridiculous

        Like

        • 425
          A Fat Poof with initials H and C that "works" on Spectator says:

          Have you never navigated Disqus on The Telegraph site?

          Like

          • minority report says:

            Starve Disqus of oxygen.

            It puts a widget on your machine so it can identify and block you; so you have to filter that out. You can use a few disposable tiny VMs and have a random masked e-mail generator, amongst other techniques, to get past the banning, but it’s hardly worth the effort, as any site that uses that for cleaning comments doesn’t have any debate in the comments worth paying attention to.

            Bowlderising debate is silly.

            Whilst it’s irritating on this site, it does at least stimulate some creativity.

            To reassure m0db0t j1h4d1s, blocking is futile… technically-aware tr011s can’t be beaten without crippling your site.

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        • 579
          minority report says:

          your face is ridiculous

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      • 469
        Don't be so ridiculous says:

        Abbott is so ridiculous that she makes the ridiculous look sensible.

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    • 426
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      When is the Ukip white male network national policy forum?

      Like

  60. 417
    Fiona Cunningham says:

    I resign!

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  61. 434
    Cheri A Law says:

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    • 441
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Choudary, you are a complete fuckwit. You owe so much to people like Bernard Jordan, but you are suck a wanker with your stupid beliefs and rhetoric that you do not realise it. If you do not like our country then fuck off elsewhere.

      Like

    • 444
      RomaBobbieBooBoo says:

      Better if this imbecile just f*cked off home………

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    • 447
      sweet FA says:

      education is about imparting knowledge of real things and logical manner of thinking.

      Like

      • 465
        What's it all about? says:

        You had best tell that to the teachers then.

        Actually the whole purpose of schooling and what it is supposed to do needs re-visiting as does the police.

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      • 482
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        There is a darker side to education and your perception of it – it is also a means of indoctrinating children from generation to generation – with whatever the adults want the kids to be indoctrinated with.

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        • 495
          The Things the Teachers Say says:

          Quite, many generations have now been indoctrinated into believing the only way is the EU, two generations believe the science is settled on global warming and one generation believe homosexuality is normal.

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      • 575
        miseducation says:

        No it’s about having the most affluent well-adjusted parents who can get a home in athe catchment area of a school with fewest number of aspiring young delinquent NEETS; and who provide a home environment a kid can work in, and instil a self-study & work-play balance ethic.

        After that, it’s about getting your parents to pay for you as a kid to have CV-optimising activities, and extra tuition to pass exams, and then pick a university in the top half of the tables, and a subject with a sensible amount of employment demand at the other end to make it worth the financial investment.

        Then it’s about joining as many CV-boosting clubs and activities and getting yet more cash injections from your parents to have an even more special CV, and be able to do unpaid work placements; and networking via your family contacts as much as possible, and creating an online profile that makes you sound like Mozart.

        People who think education is about learning anything, really hasn’t learnt anything.
        About 10% of education is about learning anything – and that’s more or less the same 10% that used to go to higher education before it was industrialised. The system is stretched and bodged to supply vocational demand, but it’s fundamentally not designed for that purpose, which is part of the problem – made even worse as students increasingly start to regard it as a customer-client contract, rather than a club/society membership.

        It’s a mess; it badly needs reform. Most of it should be formally vocationalised, and the academic minority bit split off – that would mean new names for what people graduate with to remove any stigma of opting for the one that doesn’t retain the traditional names of B-something and M-something.

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  62. 435
    sweet FA says:

    Of course it is necessary to remind people that when God invented writing he made his own name to look like the Loch Ness Monster so that his followers, through ridicule, might attain enlightenment by realizing that he does not exist.

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/92/Dcp7323-Edirne-Eski_Camii_Allah.svg

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    • 476
      JH326ya34523432 says:

      Umm, there is patently a cock and balls in that image. Is it in search of a nine year old to, er, ‘marry’?

      I cannot be the first to notice this.

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      • 572
        I'm no' a catamite says:

        I noticed the pair of tits – I think that says something about the difference between you and I.

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  63. 454
    Lard Everard - Giant Cockroach says:

    HELLO, GIRLS !! xx

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    • 456
      Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

      HHHHHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLPPPPPP !!!!!

      Like

      • 460
        ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

        It had to happen…

        Like

      • 471
        Moderation_Candidate says:

        Observer would not recognise a woman with her tits out if she posed motionless for ten minutes.

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        • 475
          Tim Yeo-Yo says:

          And neither would moussy.

          He’s one of those retards that thinks labour care about the “little people”

          Like

          • dipstick watch says:

            The idiot can’t see that although certain constituencies have voted Labour for over a fucking century, they still remain the shit holes they started out as.

            Like

      • 473
        Fruitcake, swivel eyed loony, closet racist, crank and gadfly says:

        31% + 19% = 50%

        Dump Dave, put a REAL conservative (and I don’t mean May) in charge, call an immediate referendum and Eds reds are sunk.

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        • 499
          Tunnel_out_of_This says:

          But is has gone simply beyond dumping Dave. Most of us have completely lost confidence in the Tory Party too.
          They are a bunch of self-obsessed, nation-hating, ‘stay in power at any cost’ turncoats.

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    • 478
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      In proper law – if you encroach ona persons personal space – that is a criminal assault. You don’t have to actually touch the person the encroachment is enough.

      Like

  64. 489
    Gordon Brown says:

    Tonight I will be doing a watch mending demonstration on the X-Factor

    i wil then be mixing Angel Delight with Little Mix

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  65. 506
    Fat Richard says:

    does anyone know the number for the Robert Peston paternalistic advice helpline?

    i have just drnk two bottles of Malbec in about an hour and am in danger of shitting my pants

    What should I do Robert?

    I have about £20.00 of M&S buffet in the fridge

    i need your advice Robert on the banking sector

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  66. 508
    Fat Richard says:

    does anyone know the number for the Robert Peston paternalistic advice helpline?

    i have just drnk two bottles of Malbec in about an hour and am in danger of shitting my pants

    What should I do Robert?

    I have about £20.00 of M&S buffet in the fridge

    i need your advice Robert on the banking sector

    help

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    • 541
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Peston [His daddy is in the HoL yeu know is so far up his own posterior ‘he ain’t never coming back down’. He’s a first rate ….

      Like

  67. 509
    07889 189178 says:

    Erectile dysfunction treatment:

    It won’t let you down!

    Like

    • 543
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Hello! … Nick Robinsons Commie Marxist news ‘n dupe em hotline … can we help any fellow travellers?

      Like

  68. 512

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  69. 513
    And so it came to pass says:

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    • 594
      White rabbit says:

      Abbott and Jones are well in the pocket of this blog and others.
      Mehdi Hasan escapes close inspection however.
      Although good effort in ‘seen elsewhere’

      Like

  70. 514
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Has Rupert fucking Murdoch the most evil lying bastard front of a puppet for a dirty bunch of even more evil profiteering 5hits – popped his cloggs yet?

    Like

  71. 516
    Wayne Roony says:

    Thunder and Lightning very very frightening.

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  72. 517
    Jaded63 says:

    Pity that Guido’s asleep or is otherwise incapacitated over the weekend.

    Hasn’t he got a mini-Guido that could keep the shop open?

    Cunningham needs someone to talk to, you know.

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  73. 518
    The greatest car advert ever... says:

    Better than sex!

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  74. 519
    sweet FA says:

    By intensive effort (dig for victory wartime effort emulation)
    By ditching of tele-portation emulation devices ( get from A->B faster)
    monies saved can be spent on tele communication infrastructure to rural areas.
    Then Urban areas can be reverted to grassland and the need for concrete reduced as people communicate by T1 network to residence.
    Industrial production done by self motivating robotic devices in industrial area::Birmingham
    Liberated soil and sun and rainwater diverted to produce Eden of edible produce

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_gardening

    possibly reduction of population to ~ 4-10 million for success of vision

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    • 528
      sweet FA says:

      that would be my vision.
      It is all about food
      In Eden all necessary food for the sustain life are there. It is possible by manipulation of existing plants. It is not necessary to try to recreate creation by genetic Modification. you are competing with billions of years of innovation, don’t bother, try to understand it of course but accept we are here because the circumstances were there that we came about, we are not yet GODs

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      • 552
        If you're happy and you know it... says:

        Yeah, I’m sure GCHQ would love that… your livelihood could be switched off at the push of a button, and all your data stored indefinitely on global NSA-GCHQ linkedin-facebook network, along with your cloud of e-mails, routinely scanned for ThoughtCrime by a few scripts.

        You need a nice multi-polar global war to make a sensible dent into human population… something that involves Chinese, Indians, America, Mexico, Phillipines, Vietnam, and Muslim countries like Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Egypt, and Turkey

        So that might involve a South China Sea war spilling over into a Sulu sea war, plus a Middle East conflict between Syria and Turkey and Egypt and Israel, and a Border Dispute + Drugs war in northern Mexico, and a war along the northern Indian subcontinent.

        That should sort out your 10-15% reduction in population.

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      • 563
        m . o . d . b . o . t . j . i . h . a . d says:

        ƴéåҺ ӏ’ϻ şüřé ƓƇĤɊ ωøüł∂ łøνé ŧҺåŧ… ƴøüř łӏνéłӏҺøø∂ çøüł∂ ßé şωӏŧçҺé∂ øƒƒ åŧ ŧҺé рüşҺ øƒ å ßüŧŧøñ, åñ∂ åłł ƴøüř ∂åŧå şŧøřé∂ ӏñ∂éƒӏñӏŧéłƴ øñ ᶃłøßåł ƝŞĄ-ƓƇĤɊ łӏñқé∂ӏñ-ƒåçéßøøқ ñéŧωøřқ, åłøñᶃ ωӏŧҺ ƴøüř çłøü∂ øƒ é-ҧåӏłş, řøüŧӏñéłƴ şçåññé∂ ƒøř ŧҺøüᶃҺŧçřӏϻé ßƴ å ƒéω şçřӏрŧş.

        ƴøü ñéé∂ å ñӏçé ϻüłŧӏ-рøłåř ᶃłøßåł ωåř ŧø ҧåқé å şéñşӏßłé ∂éñŧ ӏñŧø Һüϻåñ рøрüłåŧӏøñ… şøҧéŧҺӏñᶃ ŧҺåŧ ӏñνøłνéş çҺӏñéşé, ӏñ∂ӏåñş,_åҧéřӏçå, ҧéϰӏçø, рҺӏłӏррӏñéş, νӏéŧñåҧ, åñ∂ ҧüşłӏҧ çøüñŧřӏéş łӏқé ӏñ∂øñéşӏå, ßåñᶃłå∂éşҺ, рåқӏşŧåñ, éᶃƴрŧ, åñ∂ ŧüřқéƴ.

        şø ŧҺåŧ ϻӏᶃҺŧ ӏñνøłνé å şøüŧҺ çҺӏñå şéå ωåř şрӏłłӏñᶃ øνéř ӏñŧø å şüłü şéå ωåř, рłüş å ҧӏ∂∂łé éåşŧ çøñƒłӏçŧ ßéŧωééñ şƴřӏå åñ∂ ŧüřқéƴ åñ∂ éᶃƴрŧ åñ∂ ӏşřåéł, åñ∂ å ßøř∂éř ∂ӏşрüŧé + ∂řüᶃş ωåř ӏñ ñøřŧҺéřñ ϻéϰӏçø, åñ∂ å ωåř åłøñᶃ ŧҺé ñøřŧҺéřñ ӏñ∂ӏåñ şüßçøñŧӏñéñŧ.

        ŧҺåŧ şҺøüł∂ şøřŧ øüŧ ƴøüř 10-15% řé∂üçŧӏøñ ӏñ рøрüłåŧӏøñ.

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  75. 520
    sistas are doing it says:

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  76. 523
    sistas are doing it says:

    Diane Abbott takes her revenge

    Constance Briscoe was mad, bad or dangerous

    http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/columns/Constance-Briscoe-s-fall-from-grace_16584081

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    • 532
      Queen of Sheba says:

      Ya see? A sista can be an obnoxious dickhed on both sides of a white man’s ocean.

      Like

      • 551
        If you're happy and you know it... says:

        _Bi…tches, are doin’ it for themselves_

        Dying Whaleboat’s rather proving Contempt Disco’s point by turnin’ on hah sistah, inniyt do’?

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  77. 527
    Nigel Farage says:

    The more I see of Owen Jones, the more I understand the guillotine.” Roger Helmer

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  78. 532
    Chuka train says:

    Like

  79. 539
    Mark Oaten (LibDem) says:

    MMMMMMMMMMMM !! ONE LUMP OR TWO IN YOUR TEA ?

    Like

  80. 542
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Christopher Booker is ‘owned’.

    Like

  81. 547
    albacore says:

    What’s all this ‘ere fuss about infiltrated schools?
    Every silly sod knows Brits are just drooling fools
    Ruled and schooled by Lord knows whose or what’s Hell-bound tools
    Still voting for a Parliament of quisling ghouls

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2651832/Dont-dismiss-Tory-feud-protecting-swamp-medieval-Islam-fanatics-TONY-YOUNG-gives-parents-stark-warning-threat-facing-children.html

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    • 550
      If you're happy and you know it... says:

      “toBy young”, you gimbal-eyed goon.

      She ain’t never gunna a be no leader (that’s a triple negative btw): dead duck.

      this education miscegenation is an abomination spreadin’ ‘cross the nation
      all this consternation ’bout this fool’s frustration is a demonstration of school degradation
      for emancipation from this escalation of the infestation due to immigration
      we got to unite the nation, start a conflagration in coven where they make all the fucked up legislation

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  82. 554
    excellent says:

    TheGrimSqueaker
    08 June 2014 7:03am

    Big brave Dave finally steps into this row & sacks the Cabinet minsters responsible for causing so much damage …….
    ….. what’s that Sooty, they’ve still kept their jobs, but a Spad was fired. But I thought the code of conduct said ministers were ultimately responsible for the actions of their Spads? Yes Sooty, you’re right, that it was naive of me to think that any of this lot had a sense of responsibility & honour.

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  83. 555
    excellent says:

    this must be the worst political blog ever

    Like

  84. 557
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Good morning Buttock sexers everywhere.

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  85. 560
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    When is Govey going to apologise to us and RESIGN!

    When is Theresa Cant going to apologise to us and RESIGN!

    When is Camoron going to apologise to us and RESIGN!

    The incompetent lead by the inept or is it the inept lead by the incompetent? Simples; they’re all incompetent. They should all go

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    • 564
      WTF can't left wing idiots fuckin' SPELL simple English words? says:

      Moosey babe, it is not ‘lead’ and ‘lead’. It is ‘led’ and ‘led’.

      Now, what was that you were chuntering on about being incompetent?

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      • 567
        the conjugator (I'll be back) says:

        WTF – why can’t fucking idiot forum pedants construct simple implied conjunctive subordinate clauses in English sentences?

        There’s a semi-colon between “and ‘lead'” and “it is” .

        Now, what was that you were chuntering about someone chuntering about being incompetent?

        However, your other assertion is correct, as shown via this link:

        http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/English/lead.html.

        Well done, gold star, smiley face. :-)

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        • 573
          Profligate Dave says:

          Meanwhile I’ve increased the National Debt by another £5 MILLION in between your two comments at 0813 and 0838.

          Aren’t I doing well?

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        • 619
          A passing thought says:

          Hey ho, here we go.

          In this case either a semi-colon or a full stop is equally correct.

          You seem to have forgotten that the comment was aimed at an illiterate lefty poster who has probably never heard of a semi-colon anyway. :-)

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    • 574
      Local Yokel says:

      Resign for something that started under the last labour government? What you have to realise is labour left so many problems it’s going to take years to clean up the mess. Why isn’t the whole shadow cabinet resigning? They were the ones that were in government creating all the problems we face today.

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    • 622
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      When are Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and the rest of the Labour Party going to apologise for making all this mess in the first place?

      Mossa….you really are a total fukwit.

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  86. 584
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    Ooh scary Dave! “I weelly am wather foorious with the pair of you!”

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  87. 585
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    I oppose all totalitarian ideologies, which is why I reject socialism, communism, fascism, authoritarianism, theocracy, statism, islamism.

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  88. 586
    Nelson's drum says:

    1. Send a gunboat to Birmingham.
    2. String a few up.

    British diplomacy at its best.

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  89. 590
    Nigel Farage says:

    Does Nick Clegg still exist?

    Like

  90. 591
    Labour win 2015 says:

    Forward with Yvette Cooper

    Like

    • 610
      Chevette Cooper says:

      Over the edge of the white cliffs of dover after Labour win the X factor and have to form a coalition with Dave’s salamic bumsex boyband

      Like

  91. 592
    Roger"I'm so sexy it hurts" Helmer says:

    Why does Cameron keep saying he wants to reform the EU? Why doesn’t he get on and reform the UK!

    Like

    • 599
      Go Now says:

      FFS. If you don’t like a club then you leave.

      If you upset the other club members by telling them they are wrong then al;l you do is cause trouble.

      Just get out and leave them to their demise.

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    junk says:

    why is it that the Spad gets the sack when two tory fuckwits fall out?? surely gove and may should be sacked as they are the ministers withoutresponsibility for anything????

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      Fred the pensioner says:

      In case you hadn’t noticed, since the glorious years of The Terror, no Minister has been responsible for anything. Everything they should be doing (in return for their enhanced salaries) is now being done by left wing Qangos (of which a large bonfire would be in order).

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    tories are cunts says:

    Its good to see racism and sexism and all the usually nasty oppressions are alive and kicking on these boards – how else does it get its sustenance – certainly not political funding hey?????????????????

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      Diane Abbott, racist and hypocrite. says:

      I agree.

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        Just about placed third says:

        … says the racist from a third world country, with a third rate brain, and whose Party came third in a recent well publicised election.

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