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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.
(Apologies to anyone who's eating while reading this! Big Grin )
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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.

Red Pill yeah!




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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.

http://voxday.blogspot.be/2017/08/labour...party.html
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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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