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Also, happy Brexit day everyone. May all your dreams of a strong and independent Great Britain come true.
06-23-2017 05:23 AM
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(06-22-2017 10:44 PM)komatiite Wrote:  Saw an article on Breitbart that JACOB REES MOGG may be gaining momentum for the Tory leadership. Any of you UK guys think this could happen?

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/06/...k-tory-pm/

There is a petition going around.


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I don't think its serious. Probably inspired by that documentary on TV.
I'm as much for Brexit as anyone.
But Rees-Mogg doesn't seem very dissimilar to his father.
Who was as Establishment as you could possibly get.

If R-M became PM, I think even *I* would consider becoming a remoaner.
Which is as appealing to me as having a 3some with Diane Abbott and Anne Widdecombe.
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(06-12-2017 11:50 AM)Royalist and Legitimist Wrote:  
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(06-11-2017 03:15 PM)britchard Wrote:  The Mirror is a left wing tabloid, of course it's going to say stuff like that.

In this case, they are correct. The DUP are indeed a bunch of Far Right crackpots.

They are the political wing of the 17th century.

The 17th century is still better the leftist insanity.

Of course because singing about oppressing and murdering Irish Catholics and dissing Charles Darwin is so fucking alpha.

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Vox Day Wrote:Labour is a pro-rape party

British women are clearly less important than the sacred minorities dedicated to defiling them:

Quote:A Labour MP has resigned from the shadow cabinet after saying Britain has "a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls".

Sarah Champion, shadow women and equalities minister, apologised for her "extremely poor choice of words", which appeared in a column in The Sun newspaper on Friday.

The MP for Rotherham's piece was headlined: "British Pakistani men ARE raping and exploiting white girls... and it's time we faced up to it."

Her remarks came just days after 18 people were convicted of or admitted offences in a series of trials related to child sexual exploitation in Newcastle.

She wrote: "Britain has a problem with British-Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls. There. I said it. Does that make me a racist? Or am I just prepared to call out this horrifying problem for what it is? For too long we have ignored the race of these abusers and, worse, tried to cover it up. No more. These people are predators and the common denominator is their ethnic heritage."

I wish I could say this is unbelievable. But it is only to be expected by the treacherous political class in Britain.

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Things are not good here. For all the good Trump is doing for the US, his election and the Brexit result seem to have redoubled the efforts of the Year Zeros here in England.

One of the biggest problems with this Post-Modernism lark is that it is extremely boring. My social media is crammed with well educated, successful people whose lives are consumed by this soul sapping tedium. It's perhaps the most baffling aspect to me that otherwise intelligent people should voluntarily choose such a thoroughly evacuating past time. It is like being offered the life-equivalent of Suprême de Foie Gras au Champagne, and opting for vegan gruel. Fine, providing the rest of us can still enjoy the repast in the chef's best vein in peace - but of course they could not allow that. It is getting very tiresome.
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Quite. Seeing political content everywhere online or on print media is extremely draining on my brain and mood. It's almost always negative, from all sides, and frankly I hate it. I don't really care that much for foreign politics- yes, I'm interested in elections and such but the reporting in the UK on the day to day squabbles and tidbits in the White House is just obsessive and boring.

I believe that for many people politics is like a soap opera, they are sucked in by the drama and emotion in their otherwise vacuous lives. Politics shouldn't be like football- you don't blindly follow one team, scream insults at other teams and defend your team to the death. But I fear it's turning that way. In an ideal world, people would have a political philosophy and just vote for whichever party most closely represented that.
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(08-17-2017 02:57 AM)H1N1 Wrote:  Things are not good here. For all the good Trump is doing for the US, his election and the Brexit result seem to have redoubled the efforts of the Year Zeros here in England.

One of the biggest problems with this Post-Modernism lark is that it is extremely boring. My social media is crammed with well educated, successful people whose lives are consumed by this soul sapping tedium. It's perhaps the most baffling aspect to me that otherwise intelligent people should voluntarily choose such a thoroughly evacuating past time. It is like being offered the life-equivalent of Suprême de Foie Gras au Champagne, and opting for vegan gruel. Fine, providing the rest of us can still enjoy the repast in the chef's best vein in peace - but of course they could not allow that. It is getting very tiresome.

Exactly, it has infiltrated all aspects of our culture and the institutions. I have noticed that even a lot of the old school men who never used to abide by political correctness now have. It must be infused in our methodist origins, as we have taken so graciously towards it.

But then again unlike other countries, we were never radical in terms of political discourse. That Protestant 'pragmatism' has just led us on the path to post modernism like frogs patiently building slowly in a pot.

There won't be any changes in Britain akin to America. Brexit only happened due to turning it into an economic arguement to make the middle classes not feel racist. Robinson has charisma and a strong following but ultimately he is working class and will never be given a big enough platform. A lot of geezers will turn on him in a bid to sound more professional.
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Had to find this thread again.

Anyone else with a keen eye see the landslide defeat of the Tories in the next General? Labour will get in and they will have plenty to thank, including Momentum - a group of sharks out for blood which is flying completely under the radar at the moment.

The fact Labour took the fight to the Tories in its current state should have rung warning bells inside the Tory camp but they decided to flip flop on Brexit and surrender like the French did so much in the 20th Century.

This Momentum grass roots (backed ofcourse) movement is going to be incredibly cut throat in who it targets to get votes. They have youth, the welfare state, migrants, socialists and a keen eye on the undecided and anyone else felt victimised by the Tories stupidity.

They cannot claim to the old mantra that they inherited the UK in a terrible situation from Labour. People forget and by the time the other GE comes around - 5th May 2022, it will be a full 12 years since Labour got its arse kicked in 2010.

They got hit for six this past GE and I can only see it becoming worse for May because she is a weak, ineffective leader who was terrible as Home Secretary.

A real danger is being overlooked and come the next GE I truly believe Labour will be in power and they will stay in power for some time.
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The utter collapse of the Tories' popularity was there to see in the short time between the Council elections where Labour were annihilated and the GE, where two party politics returned from the dead. It should be remembered that the Tories actually took in a massive number of votes but due to the electoral model, that counted for little as Labour gained back constituencies. UKIP voters, having seen their party reduced to an irrelevance once again, went back to Labour in large numbers despite the leader being utterly unelectable.

One can only hope the young who voted for Labour in the last GE grow up and realise socialism is horseshit, as I did, in large numbers.

The Tories are terrible (not for the reason most lefties think, but because they're too leftist), but until there's a decent alternative, I'm still voting blue all the way.

At all times Corbyn's leftist column must be exposed, fought and kept out of office.

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The economy is looking good (maybe not good, but better). We've recently had the first 2 months since the early noughties of having a budget surplus.

But to the average voter none of this sort of stuff matters. The cult of personality politics comes in to play.

I share your fear, foolsgo1d. The best chance of avoiding a Labour government is for them to have a huge cock-up, such as Corbyn's links to shady figures being exposed. The Tories should have wiped the floor with them. Their shadow chancellor is on tape as saying 'breaking bad laws is a part of democracy' when encouraging rioting and unrest against the government. Why aren't the tories using their links to get this hammered across every tabloid bar the Mirror?

Hopefully we will have completed Brexit by the next GE. Because if not, the more youthful element of the Corbynites may have gained power within the Labour party and will sabotage it.

I also fear that if we elect the Labour party again, it will be for good. They have no shame in brainwashing young children in to their ideals.

If they get in, get out of the country before your passport is seized for opposing socialist ideals.
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Henry Bolton is UKIP leader. Never heard of this guy. What exactly is going on? I thought that Irish dyke would win.
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(09-26-2017 04:26 AM)britchard Wrote:  The economy is looking good (maybe not good, but better). We've recently had the first 2 months since the early noughties of having a budget surplus.

But to the average voter none of this sort of stuff matters. The cult of personality politics comes in to play.

I share your fear, foolsgo1d. The best chance of avoiding a Labour government is for them to have a huge cock-up, such as Corbyn's links to shady figures being exposed. The Tories should have wiped the floor with them. Their shadow chancellor is on tape as saying 'breaking bad laws is a part of democracy' when encouraging rioting and unrest against the government. Why aren't the tories using their links to get this hammered across every tabloid bar the Mirror?

Hopefully we will have completed Brexit by the next GE. Because if not, the more youthful element of the Corbynites may have gained power within the Labour party and will sabotage it.

I also fear that if we elect the Labour party again, it will be for good. They have no shame in brainwashing young children in to their ideals.

If they get in, get out of the country before your passport is seized for opposing socialist ideals.

The economy is neither good or bad, its like lukewarm leftovers and you have nothing else in the fridge.

Brexit is being pushed down the road because a lot of Tories don't want it and feel resentment from David Cameron...who is absent. Laugh If we wanted Brexit we wouldn't have needed a vote to push it through but would have seen it done years ago.

Another entity lording it over a country from afar is aking to being a colony and that colony is not sovereign in any way. Apparently this flew right over peoples heads but the money train was there to lead people by the nose and racism and little Englander was used as a weapon to keep people quiet.

"Don't you want to be inclusive with your neightbours?"

The feels before reality brigade is here to stay and they will vote Labour. Momentum will be a shark out for easy prey so I'm going to keep an eye on them to see what they're up to.

Yes the Tories will not get in for quite some time if Labour wins the next GE.
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Prime Minister May gave a speech at the Tory party conference in Manchester this week. The media framed it as being a 'nightmare'. They even had some shit comedian come up to the stage and hand her over a P45 notice. For our American brothers, a P45 is essentially a 'letter of notice' you receive when leaving a job

Further to this, it was interesting to see how the Tory party essentially played into the frame of the left and they just receive condemnation from it. The speech was about striving towards equality and other such leftist talking points. Recently the London Conservative party proclaimed that they just have to go with the times and 'modernise'. So they now have an Asian mayoral candidate who had a plumber father, basically Sadiq Khan 2.0. Of course this is completely superficial, but the point is; the demographic change in London is substantial enough to warrant such a change.


Corbyn most likely will win the next election and then the identity politicians will have their field day. I can foresee absurd laws being implemented and an army of bureaucrats being paid to fire and snitch on people for not abiding by political correctness. Meanwhile those who own businesses will be given a very hard time, unless they can play a card that suits the narrative.

Call me cynical but I know where this is all going, when I left secondary school I was actually a bit of a socialist. Where did that come from, well the education system and popular culture of course. Socialism is the only viable intellectual opinion out there that is given any time of day. Other worldviews, mostly from countries that have actually experienced socialism, will not be given a platform as they are looked down upon by the British for being 'regressive' and 'backwards'.

Point is there is a very rigid dichotomy in place, there is 'us' and 'them' and nothing in between. Intellectually we have been bankrupted over the years and a brain drain from the working classes has made us ride for ideologues to have their way with us.

Well what does this mean.... To be honest, I don't envision setting up roots in the U.K anymore; I am big into self improvement and I believe that this post modern culture completely opposes that. I imagine we will strongly see the actual physical policies coming into place which will materialise that sentiment.

The community that I grew up in has completely transformed. It is now a strange mixture of low income ghetto housing and self absorbed yuppies. Question is, where to go next ?
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The security around the Prime Minister has been worryingly lax.

When the knife an attacked the House of Parliament, footage shows her, having evacuated the building, waiting for precious seconds beside her car, waiting for the door to be opened. Granted, it was in a secure compound, but still in the open air.

Secondly, this fucking shitwit manages to physically hand her something. If he wasn't some no mark comedian with a piece of paper, who knows what he could have done? With the amount of armed police in the area, he should have been leaking like a fucking sieve by the time he got near that stage.

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(10-04-2017 05:32 PM)Praetor Lupus Wrote:  The security around the Prime Minister has been worryingly lax.

When the knife an attacked the House of Parliament, footage shows her, having evacuated the building, waiting for precious seconds beside her car, waiting for the door to be opened. Granted, it was in a secure compound, but still in the open air.

Secondly, this fucking shitwit manages to physically hand her something. If he wasn't some no mark comedian with a piece of paper, who knows what he could have done? With the amount of armed police in the area, he should have been leaking like a fucking sieve by the time he got near that stage.



Yes quite interesting to say the least.
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She should have reacted this way:





But then again, if she did the UK wouldn't be such a mess of a country...

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Quote:The government is spending hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ cash on the first-ever national police unit dedicated to tackling internet ‘trolls’.
The Home Office has dedicated £200,000 towards setting up the ‘hub’ in the hope it will see more web users tracked down and prosecuted for causing offence on social media.

A small team of officers will be dedicated to assessing reports of perceived abuse made to the police’s True Vision ‘hate crime’ reporting platform, which was used by pro-EU campaigners to claim Brexit had caused a wave of ‘hate crimes’.

The police will also spend their time contacting tech firms to demand that ‘hate speech’ is deleted from the internet, the Mail on Sunday reports.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Saturday night: “Online hate crime is completely unacceptable.

“What is illegal offline is illegal online, and those who commit these cowardly crimes should be met with the full force of the law.

“The national online hate crime hub that we are funding is an important step to ensure more victims have the confidence to come forward and report the vile abuse to which they are being subjected.”


Last year, the London mayor’s office for policing and crime (Mopac) announced it was spending £1,730,726 of taxpayers’ money policing speech online after applying for a grant from the Home Office.

Sadiq Khan’s office promised to set up a police “online hate crime hub” to work in “partnership with social media providers” to criminalise “trolls” who “target … individuals and communities”.

Last year, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) confirmed that no evidence is needed to bring a criminal complaint against someone for a “hate crime”, as “reporting … is subjective and is based on the perception of the victim”.

“In order to treat a crime as a hate crime for the purposes of investigation, there is no need for evidence to prove the aggravating element,” the guidelines add.

“Hate crimes” receive harsher sentences than other crimes, and “aggravating” factors are often vague, such as the definition of “transphobia”.

The UK is PROPER FUCKED. Let's form a team of special forces cops to go after internet trolls while gangs of haji's run around Britain raping young white girls and pimping them out. Brilliant. I've never been more proud of the American Revolution and President/General George Washington than I am right now. Fuck the queen. Monarchy never! Republic forever!

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I wonder if they keep this stuff so vague in order to act as an umbrella to stop anyone saying anything at all out of fear.
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UKIP is really the party of cucks.





A "moderate UKIP" takes them nowhere. There will be a big shift in UKIP voters to vote Tories in the next election:

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You claim UKIP are cucks and yet say in the same post these ex UKIP voters will vote Tories as if they are anywhere near competent to run a country, let alone negotiate with a group of them.

My oh my is there going to be a system shock come the next GE for many.
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I'm saying UKIP is full of cucks. Also ordinary UKIP voters are turning on Tories in order to stop maniac left. I can understand why they are voting Tories which in my opinion are worse than UKIP.

That leaves people like us with no option on mainstream politics. I personally didn't bother to vote in the last election.
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It is almost beyond belief that the once great party of Winston Churchill now has a leader who is pushing the most bizarre of far-left progressive cultural Marxist claptrap on British society.

Even worse is that she will go on stage at the awards ceremony of a blog which called for 4-year-old Prince George to be celebrated as a gay icon, to announce that sex and relationships education will be compulsory for all children, including primary school children. This is likely to include the idiocy of 'genderquuer theory' which will be taught regardless of the damaging effects to boys' and girls' natural development.
The United Kingdom urgently needs a new common sense government. May this one soon be gone.



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Just sit back and watch over the next 10 years the ever increasing number of trans, openly flamboyant homos, women and other degenerates come to realise the number of muslims is increasing at an ever growing rate and they're not friendly.
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