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(11-15-2017 01:19 AM)N°6 Wrote:  Mother-of-nine, 44, is hammered on Facebook after ditching her partner of 23 years and their children for a life with African toyboy



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^ It's British (sadly) and fucking disgusting, but not really politics mate.

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Christmas has come very early this year.

Yet another left-wing hate criminal falls.

In the BBC piece on this he goes on a victimhood whinge to try and give himself an out.

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British government could be shaken to its core in 2018 and Labour is waiting to pounce. If the cross party anti-Brexit MPs keep collaborating they can scupper the minority government through the DUP and this Brexit divorce bill would surely sour relations with the public even more.

A lot of things are coming up that unfortunately are going to get much worse. Now whilst governments have always had these issues it doesn't help when we have a weak leader, a weak government, cross party behind the scenes sabateurs , a large political bloc applying pressure and getting its way, a stagnant economy for many and an increasingly popular socialist movement.

I watched a very interesting programme the other day on the snap election from the perspective of Labour - its candidates and grass roots supporters.

I've mentioned this before but Momentum is a big danger, even to old time Labour MPs who some have claimed are being shoved aside by these new, younger socialists and their older masters.

I saw their energy, their willpower and it was a movement not centred around any one individual. Corbyn had rallies for fucks sake and it focussed on the people! May had nothing of the sort and wanted to work on a platform basis to reach voters who have heard enough shit these past 2 years.

I can honestly say the movement of socialism is very strong in Britain currently and it has many things going for it, including the young and energetic masses.

Socialists might be poison but they know how to create movements and energise the useful idiots. I'm afraid I won't be able to get to another country in time and the US is very hard to emigrate to unless you're rich or some third world gimmegrant.

A part of me wants things to get bad just so these people suffer.
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I don't follow politics like i used to but from what i've heard more people are waking up to how disastrous Corbyn would be. At least here in Scotland people have woken up to the SNP.
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(11-23-2017 10:12 PM)Conquerer7 Wrote:  I don't follow politics like i used to but from what i've heard more people are waking up to how disastrous Corbyn would be. At least here in Scotland people have woken up to the SNP.

I'm afraid not. Socialism is bigger than any one man and Scotland votes for those who don't impede on their drinking and taking their money.

They got hit by both because they're stupid.
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(11-23-2017 06:35 PM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  British government could be shaken to its core in 2018 and Labour is waiting to pounce. If the cross party anti-Brexit MPs keep collaborating they can scupper the minority government through the DUP and this Brexit divorce bill would surely sour relations with the public even more.

A lot of things are coming up that unfortunately are going to get much worse. Now whilst governments have always had these issues it doesn't help when we have a weak leader, a weak government, cross party behind the scenes sabateurs , a large political bloc applying pressure and getting its way, a stagnant economy for many and an increasingly popular socialist movement.

I watched a very interesting programme the other day on the snap election from the perspective of Labour - its candidates and grass roots supporters.

I've mentioned this before but Momentum is a big danger, even to old time Labour MPs who some have claimed are being shoved aside by these new, younger socialists and their older masters.

I saw their energy, their willpower and it was a movement not centred around any one individual. Corbyn had rallies for fucks sake and it focussed on the people! May had nothing of the sort and wanted to work on a platform basis to reach voters who have heard enough shit these past 2 years.

I can honestly say the movement of socialism is very strong in Britain currently and it has many things going for it, including the young and energetic masses.

Socialists might be poison but they know how to create movements and energise the useful idiots. I'm afraid I won't be able to get to another country in time and the US is very hard to emigrate to unless you're rich or some third world gimmegrant.

A part of me wants things to get bad just so these people suffer.

Oh yes brace yourself, we have seen nothing yet.

I imagine Corbyn will do some deals with the international finance elites that bankroll London, so they will remain relatively unharmed.

However if you are owning a small business or represent the 'regressive working classes', then you are in for a hard time.

Issue is, the British population have been raised to see socialism as some sort of alternative that we have to eventually accept. This goes through the school system, BBC, pop culture since the 1970s.

Question is, where would be a good place to relocate to ?

Being British has its advantages for now. I reckon now would be a good time to start an international company based in the U.K but follow suite with the old school types. Who seemed to have all relocated to Dubai and East Asia.

Any thoughts ? Banana
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I say its time for any Englishman to look into ways of getting a US green card. I'm not going to live in a country with a foreign language that will consider me an outsider no matter how long I live there and, if applicable, only want me for an easy wallet.

US has problems but it will weather the storm brewing in Europe and the world at large.
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US citizenship is also access to a continent. People forget that the USA is like living in 8 very large countries. One part of America goes down, you just move to the other parts.

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(11-27-2017 07:56 AM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  I say its time for any Englishman to look into ways of getting a US green card.

Bollocks to that. I'm a DREAMER, so I'm just going to waltz right in and set up shop. And I'm not going back.

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(11-27-2017 05:23 PM)Samseau Wrote:  US citizenship is also access to a continent. People forget that the USA is like living in 8 very large countries. One part of America goes down, you just move to the other parts.

Plus, they have guns and trillions of bullets. If the US fails I could try Finland and find some blonde viking chick to keep me warm and teach me how to shoot. Laugh
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(11-26-2017 03:07 PM)Constitution45 Wrote:  Question is, where would be a good place to relocate to?

Being British has its advantages for now. I reckon now would be a good time to start an international company based in the U.K but follow suite with the old school types. Who seemed to have all relocated to Dubai and East Asia.

Any thoughts ?

I've been looking to get out from long before I even knew why, but seriously for the last 5 years. My end game is to have somewhere on the British Virgin Islands, as there taxes become irrelevant. If you have a considerable amount of money and are happy to live an an apartment I think Hong Kong is the best option: beaches, never cold, some of the highest wages in the world, intelligent population, although there are a lot of migrants they are almost all hired female help or high skill, besides rent/property cost of living is not expensive, fast internet, cheap and high quality transit, attractions, night life, culture, low crime. Similar in Singapore. I am not keen on the likes of UAE due to their customs and the risk factors associated with them.

If you've not got money and/or are not location independent I don't think you have many options. There are plenty of countries you could try and get a job in, but that's that.

I'm looking at a number of countries that have low wages that I can tap into for use in the Western/global market. There are plenty of people in EE countries who speak ~fluent English and have good IQs. But that's not my planned final destination. The final destination will be somewhere with no real taxes. Though I am probably going to go for living between countries.

Guernsey and Jersey are quite good bets, but I think a decent entry level is £1M for a home; though I guess that's the same in any other similar place.
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So the news is that we are looking at a Brexit bill of potentially £50 billion. It's absolutely disgusting. Our net contribution is £10bn - how can our residual liabilities (of which there are none in a strictly legal sense) come to £50bn, or 5 years of contributions on top of the 2 wasted 'exit years' filled with threats and abuse?

My belief is that we are a massive net gainer under WTO tarriffs. Any free trade agreement can hardly be considered as such when it is costing us £50bn to purchase it in the first place. I'd be happy to import more cars from China, Japan and the US at the expense of German cars, if that were to be a consequence of the fallout.

It also takes no account of the assets the EU already has, which we have been substantial contributors to. If we are expected to pay in to meet our 'obligations', then it seems reasonable to demand a proportional share of the assets purchased over 50 years once we split. Personally, I'd also like to see us stick the EU with a bill to pay for a share of our historic debts incurred in liberating Europe from the Nazis and Russians.

We have been absolutely spineless through the whole process, and I am completely gutted that we appear to have been so comprehensively out-maneuvered by the EU.
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I don't understand how the UK government seems to have misplaced the "Get Fucked, EU" option.

Why would you negotiate to pay for leaving when there's nothing that says you have to do that? Leave and be done.
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(11-28-2017 09:07 AM)gework Wrote:  
(11-26-2017 03:07 PM)Constitution45 Wrote:  Question is, where would be a good place to relocate to?

Being British has its advantages for now. I reckon now would be a good time to start an international company based in the U.K but follow suite with the old school types. Who seemed to have all relocated to Dubai and East Asia.

Any thoughts ?

I've been looking to get out from long before I even knew why, but seriously for the last 5 years. My end game is to have somewhere on the British Virgin Islands, as there taxes become irrelevant. If you have a considerable amount of money and are happy to live an an apartment I think Hong Kong is the best option: beaches, never cold, some of the highest wages in the world, intelligent population, although there are a lot of migrants they are almost all hired female help or high skill, besides rent/property cost of living is not expensive, fast internet, cheap and high quality transit, attractions, night life, culture, low crime. Similar in Singapore. I am not keen on the likes of UAE due to their customs and the risk factors associated with them.

If you've not got money and/or are not location independent I don't think you have many options. There are plenty of countries you could try and get a job in, but that's that.

I'm looking at a number of countries that have low wages that I can tap into for use in the Western/global market. There are plenty of people in EE countries who speak ~fluent English and have good IQs. But that's not my planned final destination. The final destination will be somewhere with no real taxes. Though I am probably going to go for living between countries.

Guernsey and Jersey are quite good bets, but I think a decent entry level is £1M for a home; though I guess that's the same in any other similar place.

I reckon Hong Kong would be good due to the historical connection. Ultimately, we need to consider where our leverage as British men would get us the most tangible benefits. Of course this is precarious, as reputations and value is constantly changing. However many parts of the world still highly value that traditional British mindset, when it comes to getting business done.

Also I have pangs of guilt about leaving the country in which my ancestors helped to build. But the situation is becoming increasingly intolerable to say the least. I see my generation are hedging their bets to get into politics and prominent positions of relative power in the near future. It is just going to be a shit show, they were all raised to be socialists and they have little to no real life experience.

The only guys that I see with some common sense about them, are those in the forces, and even they are kind of going their own way.
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(11-29-2017 05:31 AM)H1N1 Wrote:  So the news is that we are looking at a Brexit bill of potentially £50 billion. It's absolutely disgusting. Our net contribution is £10bn.

Here it says that EU assets are worth about £135M: http://bruegel.org/2017/02/the-uks-brexi...abilities/

Never heard that brought up by the EU. But the UK share of that is only about £15M.

I'm hoping that there will be no deal, if only for the delectable amount of butt-hurt it will serve up.

(11-29-2017 05:57 AM)Constitution45 Wrote:  We need to consider where our leverage as British men would get us the most tangible benefits. Of course this is precarious, as reputations and value is constantly changing. However many parts of the world still highly value that traditional British mindset, when it comes to getting business done.

Interesting point. Given the ways things are going here, people really should start to think of Britain and Europe as less important, less trustworthy and less competent. Many people have totally inaccurate views of Britain, like stuff upper lip, gallant and gentile. Everywhere I go I see people wearing the Union Jack, have it on their pillows or cheap paintings on their wall: Bulgaria, Serbia, Hong Kong, Hungary... Britain is probably the least likely place you will see it's symbol of hate flown. But little do these people know that the country has been gutted, sanitised and told it's inherently evil and must be abolished.

If you look at where anything is going in any area it's all down. Real wages down, nominal GDP down 15% over 10 years despite having ~4 million more people flood in, the bogus state pension scheme going up 0.3% /year, similar with the NHS. When leftists are presented with this, they have little to say but insist that we can just tax and borrow more, despite being economically illiterate. These people are incapable of counter arguments. We have a generation of adult babies. There's only one positive trend in the country and that is the birth rates of my political enemies are cratering. The more you go towards Corbynista the lower the birth rate; Islington itself has one of the lowest birth rates in the UK.

There has only been two periods of British history when people acted so irresponsibly and piled up so much public debt that as a result standards of living declined. These are the outlays for the precursor to the welfare state:

[Image: poor-relief-spending-1600-1750-81-parishes-24-02-14.jpg]

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This is nothing compared to what Labour and the fake conservative party has done:

[Image: benefit-spending-real-terms-500x361.png]

The previous cycle of unearned opulence of the 1700s led to the Victorian era, the best period of British history and 2nd best in the world. It brought back an era of personal conservatism, self-reliance and individualism. It also saw incredible innovation and the explosion of education, which had nothing to do with the government.

I hope this all blows up on Corbyn's watch, after he has purged the party of Blairites and stuffed it full of Momentum crazies like Jared O'Mara.
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Remainers are now saying - with absolute fact - that this £50bn is what we need to pay to claim the benefit of the trading bloc.

They just proved effectively how much money we give away and then go on to claim it gets spent here. So lets get this straight, you send money abroad and it gets sent back? Absolutely nothing wrong with this?

I knew they would capitulate and give them what they wanted. The bloc can hurt us quite a bit and this would collapse the current Tory government and usher in Labour and Brexit would collapse as soon as Corbyn can place his Lenin hat on Churchills bust.

This just proves we were not a sovereign country inside the EU and haven't been for a long while. When a group of politicians can hold sway over another country through political and economic will it has to be said that its not really a nice position to be in.

Totally flies over the heads of these remain morons.
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Guys. Did you see all the fuss about Trump retweeting 3 of Britain First's posts from what Ann Coulter retweeted originally?

This is what Ann Coulter said:





And this is a typical Cuckservative response to the issue by May labeling everyone Far-Right:





And then we had Raheem Kassam cucked a bit. I don't see any reason we should attack Britain First and calling them "Racist". This is something Farage wrongly did too:





And if you have time, you can watch this longer interview:



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(11-29-2017 05:46 AM)Malone Wrote:  I don't understand how the UK government seems to have misplaced the "Get Fucked, EU" option.

Why would you negotiate to pay for leaving when there's nothing that says you have to do that? Leave and be done.

Brussels is only 15 minutes away from the nearest RAF base, maybe some of those billions can be delivered in kind to the EU Parliament directly by a fighter-bomber...

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Ann Coulter and Raheem Kaseem were both terrible in those interviews. We need people with more balls in interviews, like Sebastian Gorka.

No offense, all defense. They called the videos fake news in the first question, that was an easy chance to turn it around and call the channel 4 news 'fake news'.

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There was such a huge reaction from these retweets, it makes me wonder why doesn't Trump keep doing it? Maybe retweet Tommy Robinson as well?

Seeing as this Jayda woman is going to jail for getting in a heated argument with a muslim, could she flee the country? Maybe get granted political asylum in the US? Can you imagine the reaction to that? lol

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Beware - Long post ahead.

I'm going to delve into something I've just come across this evening and will possibly go some way to explain why the current situation in the UK is what it is and why things are moving in their favour.

There could very well be organisations like this in all EU countries.

The name is Common Purpose.

http://commonpurpose.org/united-kingdom/about-us/

Quote:Common Purpose is a British-founded charity that runs leadership development programmes around the world.

Common Purpose UK is a subsidiary of Common Purpose.

Founded in 1989 by its current Chief Executive, Julia Middleton, its aim is to improve the way organisations and society work together by developing all kinds of leaders through a programme of diverse challenges and approaches.

As of 2015 Common Purpose ran local programmes for leaders in cities across the world, and its global programmes bring together leaders from over 100 countries across six continents.

As of 2009 Common Purpose employed 125 staff and operated in 50 locations across the UK

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Purpose_UK

http://commonpurpose.org/biographies/ed-herman/

Note the ((())) required here.

A big map of Common purpose, what it is, who is involved and where it is going is described here on a possible "conpiracy" site - http://www.stopcp.com/cpmindmap.php

I place it with quotation marks because what I've read matches up with what I understand to be current events and goings on in the UK and EU as a whole.

A well of information where Common Purpose is mentioned in media and other sources: https://www.cpexposed.com/document-library


Be aware however, these made me quite depressed knowing the size of their organisation and its links and I had no idea who they were until now and I figure myself up to date on things.

Here are some videos from earlier in the decade talking about Common Purpose;

Brian Gerrish at Bilderberg 2013; "Exposing Common Purpose"





First mention is @ the 1:41 mark. Lets not forget this is the Bilderberg and the names he mentions are big movers and shakers in the political machine of the UK. Funnily enough they are hard remainers and EU drones.

A favourite no bullshit youtuber of mine is Pat Codnell. He mentions them back in 2014.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwAhrU_wTdA

And again here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_conti...JzDmZDfQI8

All 3 videos link in with each other along a timeline of events we have witnessed and are seeing today. Logic is out of the window and this is potentially the big reason why.

I wanted to go further back and I wanted to know where funds were coming from. Came across a Freedom of Information request to York City council relating to CP.

https://www.york.gov.uk/downloads/file/9...on_purpose

I found a link in a PDF here; https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/p...ing-474125

Looking at the invoice it places a date of 2009 for payment of a training course to Common Purpose and 2008.

Look at this: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/1....docx.html

The people who received training are not small fry in the Council. Two have left since. Its what they say when they target influential people in power.

The BBC has an article on this back in 2009 listing government funding for training dating back to 2002!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7929210.stm

It seems to me that when I thought I was looking under the curtain, I was merely unable to notice a second one behind that. Looks like another Bolshevik Jewish movement?

With another strong socialist movement gaining strength in the UK you would be hard pressed to not see the tsunami coming. I always had a gut feeling these events and the current climate were part of a single powerful entity and this to me proves there is a common link. Laugh

Don't get me wrong on that last bit, they are beyond dangerous. Could they be responsible for scaring Nigel Farrage off from criticising Islam as mentioned in Jihad Watch?
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12-03-2017 06:01 PM
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