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The difference between middle class women and black/Asian women will be massive in London. When it comes to raising children and having them.

The ones who do will be sure to move far out of the city before having them, unless they are incredibly stupid.

There were a few scandals that never made the press. Involving voodoo and with doctors practicing in London hospitals. And that was back in the 1990s so It would be interesting to see what is happening now.
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(02-22-2018 07:08 PM)AManLikePutin Wrote:  Corbyn added: “And those who were frightened to admit their sexuality because of repression, and that goes back a long way more in history.

When I was in school the only people who were bullied for being "gay" weren't gay. Nothing was said to the actual gays.

(02-23-2018 01:13 AM)Constitution45 Wrote:  There were a few scandals that never made the press. Involving voodoo and with doctors practicing in London hospitals. And that was back in the 1990s so It would be interesting to see what is happening now.

I've seen quite a few articles about voodoo used as a means to terrify women into prostitution. No response from the left or #MeToo.
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Guys. Generation Identity is hosting a conference in London mid-April. It seems they have a serious vetting and screening process. I really don't know these people. But I think it's a good idea to go there and hopefully meet men like us. The detail of the conference is below:

https://www.generation-identity.org.uk/g...n-reunion/
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An important 5 days for the British PM and Brexit as it stands coming this week.

https://news.sky.com/story/labour-shifts...t-11267193

Quote:Labour shifts to back a customs union with EU after Brexit

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer believes it is the only way to "realistically" get tariff-free access to EU markets.


https://news.sky.com/story/the-real-reas...n-11267534
Quote:The real reason for Labour and Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit shift on a customs union

The party is motivated more by the prospect of collapsing the Government than anything to do with trade, writes Sky's Tom Rayner.

Labour behaving like sharks is nothing new but remember we have more lefties/socialists in our Parliament than traditional conservatives who are Britain first.

They're using the cover of trade and tarriffs to steer the conversation when all it is is a cross-party effort to undermine Brexit, thus creating a no confident vote in May and by extension the government. Collapsing the deal before the deadline is paramount for them.

Whether Tory whips can get these rebels in line is a tall effort IMO. I can see the momentum (not the group) within the rebel camp here and the Tory Brexiteers out with their whips and begging bowls and the worse thing about it is the Government is stuck between a rock and a hard place.

They know what they're doing and it was planned over the Christmas holidays.

Momentum is busy behind the scenes and is currently carpet bombing Leeds to get multiple seats there.

I can see their plan coming together.
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Since I finished watching Downton Abbey, I've been wondering, is the British Peerage System basically dead (except for the House of Lords)? Do peers, or Honors recipients, still receive any kind of formal privileges? If you meet someone who has a peerage title (duke, marquess, earl, viscount, baron) or an honor (knight, dame, or companion) are you expected to address them as "sir" or "maam"? Finally, is the modern peerage and honors system (or lack thereof) a strength or weakness in British society and culture?
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They can have all sorts of titles but "Lord" is the general one They are still rammed into the House of Lords because there is a lot of nepotism going on and its so full not all of the Lords can sit down and most of them are useless driftwood who should be put out to pasture.
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(02-28-2018 10:15 AM)C-Note Wrote:  Do peers, or Honors recipients, still receive any kind of formal privileges?

The House of Lords used to be for hereditary peers and spiritual lords from the Church of England. In 1965 they stopped creating hereditary peerages and instead made them life peerages. Since The House of Lords has been increasingly filled with crony peers. Since then there have only been a few herreditary peerages created: a few dukes (which are royals), a few earls and one baronetcy (a lesser title).

I don't think they come with any particular perks these days, bar the ones for royals, which probably come with the use of some crown estate(s).

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Good piece of first New Labour PM, John Major's backtracking on his comments: Guido.

It's becoming more and more apparent the extent to which democracy is a thin veneer. It could really turn into the clusterfuck if it carries on in the current direction. As it is the fake Conservative party will be the party of leaving the EU, but essentially staying in; and Labour will be the party of staying in the EU, while probably handing over all influence.
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I find this rather amusing:



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Maybe Gardener would also see liaising with Combat 18 as just speaking with people with concerns.

Munroe Bergdorf is the best appointment Labour have ever made. Another LGBT person going on the cross for their homophobia.

There are a lot of stories relating to how more moderate Labour apparatchiks are leaving, being pushed out, threatened and intimidated; and replaced with far-left types. Long may it continue.

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I agree.

The further these tin pot marxists go down the shit tube the bigger the destruction over a shorter period. They can get into power but it all depends on the current government.
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(02-17-2018 04:15 AM)britchard Wrote:  
(02-16-2018 08:39 PM)911 Wrote:  
(02-16-2018 05:42 PM)Praetor Lupus Wrote:  I don't think the revelation about Corbyn being a paid asset of Soviet intelligence during the Cold War is going to change the opinion of voters on him, whether they like or hate him. His fans will either brush the accusations off as nonsense or simply not care, as they probably dream of being part of the Soviet Union themselves. To his haters it's simply the latest in a long line of enemies of this country (Hamas, the IRA) that he has broken bread with.

He is utterly unfit to lead a political party in this country, and was so before this story broke, but fuck all will be done about it.

Sounds like something out of the Muh Russia neocon playbook, do you have any proof of that?

Wasn't the Ulster crisis settled by negotiating with the IRA? Does that constitute "breaking bread"?

A question to you guys, is Corbyn worse than Milliband or Blair? Corb is a died in the wool Sosh, but he's uncucked on foreign policy (that's why he's been getting so much flak), he's a closet global warming denier, and he's probably more lukewarm about the EU than the globalist Blairites. Hardcore labor types are against open borders, because it harms the working class. Thoughts?

Hardcore Labour types in 2018 aren't against open borders. McDonnell is the only one who might be, but he'll keep his mouth shut about that because in our bizarre world saying that will get him less flak than praising the IRA, Hamas or Lenin.

Corbyn is only 'uncucked' on foreign policy because he's a closet anti-semite, much like the rest of his party. And because it wins him votes from a 'core demographic'.

He's not a global warming denier, in any shape or form. His brother is a global warming skeptic, but Corbyn will tread the globalist line on global warming.

He's better than Blair because the process that will lead to eventual anarchy in the UK will be sped up if he was in power. Men like Blair and Cameron just delay it.

There's plenty to dislike about with an old-school bleeding Soc like Corbyn, but calling him a closet antisemite or a Russian spy because he opposes military intervention in favor of wahhabi towelheads and zionists is straight out of the globalist cabal's playbook. If anything, him being slapped with the antisemite label is proof that there is a bit a of a silver lining in his commie package.

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It's a pity someone had to interrupt Labour while they were making a mistake.

They don't give a shit about Jew bashing, but someone left in the party has evidently twigged that shedding even more of their traditional core vote probably isn't a good idea.

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(03-03-2018 09:18 PM)911 Wrote:  
(02-17-2018 04:15 AM)britchard Wrote:  
(02-16-2018 08:39 PM)911 Wrote:  
(02-16-2018 05:42 PM)Praetor Lupus Wrote:  I don't think the revelation about Corbyn being a paid asset of Soviet intelligence during the Cold War is going to change the opinion of voters on him, whether they like or hate him. His fans will either brush the accusations off as nonsense or simply not care, as they probably dream of being part of the Soviet Union themselves. To his haters it's simply the latest in a long line of enemies of this country (Hamas, the IRA) that he has broken bread with.

He is utterly unfit to lead a political party in this country, and was so before this story broke, but fuck all will be done about it.

Sounds like something out of the Muh Russia neocon playbook, do you have any proof of that?

Wasn't the Ulster crisis settled by negotiating with the IRA? Does that constitute "breaking bread"?

A question to you guys, is Corbyn worse than Milliband or Blair? Corb is a died in the wool Sosh, but he's uncucked on foreign policy (that's why he's been getting so much flak), he's a closet global warming denier, and he's probably more lukewarm about the EU than the globalist Blairites. Hardcore labor types are against open borders, because it harms the working class. Thoughts?

Hardcore Labour types in 2018 aren't against open borders. McDonnell is the only one who might be, but he'll keep his mouth shut about that because in our bizarre world saying that will get him less flak than praising the IRA, Hamas or Lenin.

Corbyn is only 'uncucked' on foreign policy because he's a closet anti-semite, much like the rest of his party. And because it wins him votes from a 'core demographic'.

He's not a global warming denier, in any shape or form. His brother is a global warming skeptic, but Corbyn will tread the globalist line on global warming.

He's better than Blair because the process that will lead to eventual anarchy in the UK will be sped up if he was in power. Men like Blair and Cameron just delay it.

There's plenty to dislike about with an old-school bleeding Soc like Corbyn, but calling him a closet antisemite or a Russian spy because he opposes military intervention in favor of wahhabi towelheads and zionists is straight out of the globalist cabal's playbook. If anything, him being slapped with the antisemite label is proof that there is a bit a of a silver lining in his commie package.

I reckon there is some truth to the spy claim. The stasi and KGB along with other Eastern bloc intelligence agencies had agents all over the West. Including senior figures in government, as that was the case in West Germany.

Left wing militants become all sensitive whenever they were accused of this during the 1970s and 1980s, but we have to ask why not ?

They were very radical back then and all knew about subversion, the fabian school is completely about subverting and infiltrating government institutions to pave way for the revolution.

Yet this is supposed to be a crazy right wing conspiracy theory, whenever they get accused of it. Like these left wing leaning people wouldn't sell out their own country to further their ideology. They are all proudly anti nationalist and anti democracy.

As for the zionism thing, I don't know. We know how some 'core demographics' of the labour party absolutely detest jews and zionism. Labour will have to appease these groups, and will probably sacrifice their jewish intellectuals for a bit of the future pie.


As for the spying, I recommend this book.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Man-Without-Fac...1891620126
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(03-03-2018 11:16 AM)IronShark Wrote:  I find this rather amusing:





They are truly playing with fire and they don't realise it yet.

Ten years ago such comments on the mainstream political stage, just wouldn't have been heard of. Makes one wonder what it will be like in another few years.

The labour activists who are promoting them, will be the first to be removed and toppled over, to make way for the new generation.
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"The only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilised community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others...in the part which merely concerns himself, his independence is, of right, absolute." - John Stuart Mill, On Liberty
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Last night at King's College London, there was an event hosting Sargon of Akkad. Antifa actually attacked him. Things got quite funny. This is the state of the Left in this country. They even don't let us talk because their argument is so weak.











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Daily Mirror Investigation: Britain's 'worst ever' child grooming scandal exposed: Hundreds of young girls raped, beaten, sold for sex and some even KILLED - Link

According to their figures that would mean around 25% of young women in Telford have been ensnared by rape gangs. The article gives little detail on the perpetrators, but it has the MO Pakistani-Muslim rape gangs that have already been prosecuted operating in Telford.

At this point Britain is essentially a meme, soon it will probably be police policy to not prosecute because it's so prevalent, instead of their current policy of pretending it doesn't exist for as long as possible.

If you are a victim of a crime these are the last people you want to ask for help:

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^ That image is hilarious. Vigilantism is only going to increase in Britain in the 2020s.

As for Sargon, the guy is a liberal, to the point he denies the English even are "a people"...how on earth is he a Nazi? The left know this too, of course, but they know if you say that shit it sticks.

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Momentum is busy taking more moderate Labour scalps and threatening the rest with all sorts of pressure. Very dangerous people with a dangerous agenda. I can only rely on the British government not falling before the next scheduled GE in 2022. Anytime before that would be bad and the next 2 years would be disastrous for me personally.
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The sad thing is I know people who genuinely think like this!
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Are you sure that's the correct Godfrey?

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Which British police agency has been most involved in arresting or threatening people for "hate speech" on Twitter and Facebook? I've started trolling British police agencies on their Facebook pages and want to make sure I focus on the ones who really deserve it.
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Things are getting absolutely crazy. After jailing Britain First leaders for "harassing" child sexual predators, the UKBA denied entry for Generations Identity people. Detained them for three days and then deported them. It is happening when hundreds are Jihadis are returning to the country walking freely on our streets:







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Looks like a major diplomatic row between UK and Russia is imminent.

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