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UK will probably become an arch enemy of America in 20 years.

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(07-08-2018 05:21 PM)Samseau Wrote:  UK will probably become an arch enemy of America in 20 years.

Apart from Muslims and faggot left wingers, the average British person is very pro-American. The scary thing is that the numbers of Muslims and left wingers (probably due to media brain washing) is growing fast.





The Conservative party are a disgrace. They're not patriotic and against family values. Gay marriage was introduced by David Cameron, a Conservative PM, not a left wing lunatic.

In the 80s The Conservative PM Margaret Thatcher introduced Section 28:

Quote:Section 28 or Clause 28[note 1] of the Local Government Act 1988 caused the addition of Section 2A to the Local Government Act 1986, which affected England, Wales and Scotland. The amendment was enacted on 24 May 1988, and stated that a local authority "shall not intentionally promote homosexuality or publish material with the intention of promoting homosexuality" or "promote the teaching in any maintained school of the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship". It was repealed on 21 June 2000 in Scotland by the Ethical Standards in Public Life etc. (Scotland) Act 2000, one of the first pieces of legislation enacted by the new Scottish Parliament, and on 18 November 2003 in the rest of the United Kingdom by section 122 of the Local Government Act 2003.The law's existence caused many groups to close or limit their activities or self-censor. For example, a number of lesbian, gay and bisexual student support groups in schools and colleges across Britain were closed owing to fears by council legal staff that they could breach the act.

Nowadays the current Conservative PM Theresa May comes out with shit like this:

Theresa May says she deeply regrets Britain's legacy of anti-gay laws

Quote:Theresa May has said that she “deeply regrets” Britain’s historical legacy of anti-gay laws across the Commonwealth as its 53 leaders gathered in London for their annual summit.

The prime minister urged the Commonwealth nations to overhaul “outdated”, colonial-era legislation that treats more than 100 million lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people across the member countries as criminals.

May had already gone further than any of her predecessors when she acknowledged last year that Britain had a “special responsibility” to help change hearts and minds on anti-gay laws.


May drew cheers from some in the audience on Tuesday when she said: “Nobody should face persecution or discrimination because of who they are or who they love.”

The human rights activist Peter Tatchell described the move as “positive and welcome” but suggested it should have been made in front of Commonwealth leaders who oversaw the enforcement of the repressive laws rather than at an NGO side event.

However, he added: “This statement of regret cannot be easily dismissed and disparaged by Commonwealth heads of government. The prime minister’s regret for Britain’s imposition of anti-gay laws valuably reframes the LGBT issue in a way that it is likely to provoke less hostility in Commonwealth countries.”

David Cameron was criticised in 2011 when he told Commonwealth leaders at a meeting in Australia that UK foreign aid should become conditional on their decriminalisation of homosexuality.

Same-sex relations are still illegal in 36 Commonwealth member states, including nine that have a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.


May said: “I am all too aware that these laws were often put in place by my own country. They were wrong then, and they are wrong now. As the UK’s prime minister, I deeply regret both the fact that such laws were introduced, and the legacy of discrimination, violence and even death that persists today.

“As a family of nations we must respect one another’s cultures and traditions. But we must do so in a manner consistent with our common value of equality, a value that is clearly stated in the Commonwealth charter.”

She added: “There remains much to do. Nobody should face persecution or discrimination because of who they are or who they love. And the UK stands ready to support any Commonwealth member wanting to reform outdated legislation that makes such discrimination possible.”

This year’s summit is officially hosting gay rights activists under the umbrella of the Commonwealth Equality Network, giving grassroots campaigners the opportunity to lobby international government ministers and officials directly.
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The Sun Wrote:David Davis QUITS in protest at Theresa May’s soft Brexit plans leaving government in chaos

He walked out 48 hours after the PM’s crunch Chequers summit - which culminated in Mr Davis and six other Brexiteer Cabinet ministers losing their two-year battle for a clean break from Brussels.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6728248/da...exit-plan/

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(07-08-2018 05:21 PM)Samseau Wrote:  UK will probably become an arch enemy of America in 20 years.

UK government is already our arch enemy by using its intelligent agencies to help unseat a elected President. They already screwing their own people with their policies and laws. Fucking over their greatest ally is not a surprise. The God Emperor has plan for the UK for their insolence against the West Civilization. I be making some popcorn when Trump goes after them. Samseau, what seasoning you what on your popcorn?
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Well interesting times ahead as David Davis (brexit secretary has quit along with the next guy in line), now Boris Johnson has quit as Foreign Secretary. Davis is still in the cabinet it seems, for now.

There are the typical inside sources citing Boris doesn't want to change leadership and only the policy but we all know how much horse shit these unknown sources can put out.

This is a wait and see game for now but if a third goes and it could be likely then the rumours of a possible vote of confidence in may might not be a rumour afterall.
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Things are getting interesting in the UK! A government on its knees! Trump visiting on Thursday! England in a World Cup semi-final! More than 5 days without it pissing down! Folk dropping down dead from Novichok poisoning!

God only knows what's going on in so-called 'government' at the minute, but if it means May goes, then I'll take it. Hopefully Davis and Johnson will now be free to do good work sticking the knives in from outside, Rees-Mogg can move up a gear and dispatch the enemy with his rapier-quick wit and UKIP can regain some lost confidence and get stuck in again. I might actually put the News on tonight.

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Rees-Mogg does not have a clear path to leadership or any serious position in power due to the cucks who are conspiring with other parties.
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Fresh out from YouGov. The only actual conservative is the solid first choice of Conservative Party members

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Despite everything I have hope in an imanent dignity that Brits might still have inside them, in order to turn the ship around and effectively derail the globalist agenda.

"Christian love bears evil, but it does not tolerate it. It does penance for the sins of others, but it is not broadminded about sin. Real love involves real hatred: whoever has lost the power of moral indignation and the urge to drive the sellers from temples has also lost a living, fervent love of Truth."

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You should know there is a pathological hatred for patriotism and nationhood here by a large number of people.
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Ruth Davidson is polling well, but the problem is that Scotland needs her, as the SNP are a nest of vipers who'd play any move to Westminister as an insult to Scotland. That, and I doubt the ultra-Protestant tribal DUP would keep propping up the government when the PM is a lesbian married to an Catholic Irishwoman.

Due to our biased media, Trump isn't just hated by the looney left, he's disliked by many normal sane folk too, despite having so many values in common. Posing with him would only hurt May's popularity, and chances in a vote-of-no-confidence.

A World Cup win or 2nd on Sunday should give a kick of patriotism to the English, making them less willing to accept such a crappy deal with Brussels.

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Prediction: Sajid Javid will be the next Conservative PM and usher in a new golden age, working hand-in-hand with Sadiq Khan. Racist white men will no longer run Britain, and nuclear families will be outlawed*, leading to sunshine and rainbows for all**!!!

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Oh...?

"UK gov. Imploding > Boris Johnson resigns as foreign secretary"

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Theresa The Appeaser will hang on until dragged out by the ankles. Sad to see Leadsom has cucked and supported her. So much for being a Brexiter! You can't trust women.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/986389...quers-plan

Quote:Speaking to BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis, Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom denied criticism that the Prime Minister’s ‘soft’ resolution reached at Chequers last week defies the will of the British public.

She said: “I don’t agree with Boris Johnson on this.

“I have the greatest regard for him, but at the same time I judge this by our red lines as Brexiteers.

“Are we leaving the EU, are we taking back control, are we leaving the customs union and single market, will we get rid of free movement?

“We will do all of those things.”
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Vote 'don't know' !

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Anyone going to the Trump Arms? Secret handshake in effect? lol

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I would exterminate the lot of them. Dont care who or what they are.
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"...the Right of free speech."
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This is both amazing and depressing at the same time:





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Just an update: Mays new plan is dead in the water.

The MPs are tearing into each other and the Tories especially so. Essentially its Brexit vs Remainers and it looks like we may get another vote on Brexit.

If that happens it will undermine the Tory government.
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(Finally google got my password for this site again. - Credentials = contributed/paid for gold membership during the aftermath of the initial "do you know where the nearest pet shop is". Also I took the bookies for £14.5k for a Trumptastic win, betting slips available for inspection from highly repped members)

It's finally looking like we might be heading towards a yuuge and beautiful Brexit! Also to add the icing on the cake is it's the attitude of the EU, remoaners and moanmentum/Labour who are inadvertently going to give us the WTO/no-deal Brexit. Which realistically, from day one, was always going to be the best deal available.

Unfortunately, we'll most likely have to deal with moanmentum/Labour for a single solitary term. Although it just might be worth it. How old will moggie be next time around?

I REALLY don't see a second referendum happening. Moanmentum/Labour won't vote for it, as they can't do what they want to do under EU laws, a perfect storm!

*fingers crossed*

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Some good news for once. From the filthy rag that is The Guardian, no less.

The Guardian Wrote:Three members of a Rochdale grooming gang face possible deportation to Pakistan after court of appeal judges upheld a decision to strip them of their British citizenship.

Abdul Aziz, Adil Khan and Qari Abdul Rauf were among nine men jailed in May 2012 for their part in a grooming ring which plied vulnerable girls with drink and drugs so they could “pass them around” for sex.

The court heard that some of the victims, who were aged in their early teens, were raped and physically assaulted and some were forced to have sex with “several men in a day, several times a week”.

Following their conviction, Aziz, Khan and Rauf were informed by the Home Office in 2015 that they would be stripped of their British citizenship, after which the home secretary would consider deporting them to Pakistan.
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They were told: “British citizenship is a privilege that confers particular entitlements and benefits, including the right to a British passport and the right to vote in general elections.

“It is not in the public interest that individuals who engage in serious and/or organised crime, which constitutes a flagrant abuse of British values, enjoy those entitlements and benefits.”

The men challenged the decision at the first tier tribunal (FTT), arguing that removing their citizenship would breach their right to a family life under the European convention on human rights, as they have children living in the UK.

The FTT ruled against the men, concluding that “depriving the appellant of his British citizenship would not in itself prevent him continuing his relationship with his family”.

The upper tribunal also rejected the men’s appeal, arguing that the serious nature of their crimes meant it was reasonable for the home secretary to view the removal of their citizenship as “conducive to the public good”.

The men then took their case to the court of appeal and represented themselves before three senior judges at a hearing in July. Adil Khan argued that he was innocent of any crime, something the judges dismissed.

In a ruling on Wednesday, Lord Justice Sales said: “Given the extremely serious nature of the offending by each appellant, there is no good ground for calling that conclusion into question. There was no error of law by the FTT.”

All three men, from Rochdale, were found guilty of conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with children under the age of 16 and trafficking for sexual exploitation following a trial at Liverpool crown court.

Aziz, who was one of the ringleaders of the grooming gang and referred to by some of the others as The Master, was jailed for nine years.
Married father of five Rauf was jailed for six years and Khan for eight years.

Outlining their offending, Sales said: “The sentencing judge described how in some cases the girls were raped callously, viciously and violently; and in some cases they were driven round Rochdale and Oldham to be made to have sex with paying customers.

“All the men treated the girls as though they were worthless and beyond all respect. They were motivated by lust and greed.”

Under the British Nationality Act 1981, the home secretary has the power to strip an individual of their British citizenship – as long as it would not leave them stateless – if it is seen as “conducive to the public good” or they obtained their British citizenship fraudulently.

Depriving a person of citizenship for the public good can be done on the grounds of “involvement in terrorism, espionage, serious organised crime, war crimes or unacceptable behaviours”.

Finally. Now just the other 9,9999 to go.

That's assuming the court actually follows through, too. A bullet would have been considerably cheaper.

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