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  2. Jo Cox Memorial Weekend

    I doubt Brendan will be taking the kids to DisneyLand in Florida this summer. He better not get on a flight that has any chance of going anywhere near American airspace. He'll be arrested on arrival at any American airport over the Harvard incidents. Come on Trump, put in an extradition request. 😊
  3. PPE at Oxford and Downing Street awaits. Whilst most around me saw their degree as a chore I enjoyed most of mine which was archaeology and those doing geology also enjoyed their course. They both contained a lot of practical stuff do it wasn't just sitting in the library all day. That makes it sounds like woodwork as being the course for thickies but it wasn't that at all. It was a long time ago (obviously) but as well as the essay writing there was surveying (a couple of chapels), pollen analysis, finds recording, local field trip and one around Europe plus you were required to do four weeks on a dig between your second and third years, I did seven weeks as I enjoyed it. Highly recommended and I was not disadvantaged in going for jobs against others with more relevant degrees because in the real world they weren't actually relevant at all. The woman who had spent three years doing Actuarial Studies thinking that all that tedium would give her an advantage was bang wrong.
  4. Jo Cox Memorial Weekend

    Sunday With Niall Paterson - Sunday 18 Feb 2018 Yvette Cooper responds to question about Brendan Cox. Brendan has done the right thing.... Cooper abruptly moves conversation on. ...but there is a wider issue. Yes, Yvette I suspect you are right. This from the woman who endlessly ranted, red faced, eyes popping, neck bulging, for breakfast, dinner and tea, about the alleged horrible things said about women by Trump.
  5. thats the problem,no panic i can revert to plan b.a mental health issue might arise once my morgage is paid off..i will have my pound of flesh.one skill i do actualy have is patience.
  6. #ReleaseTheMemo aka Watergate on steroids

    It would be nice to think that the MSM would sober up, step back and report news events in a more detached and less partisan manner but I doubt it is going to happen. The truth is that the people involved in the squabbles over the 2016 US Presidential election are more interested in fighting each other than worrying about the Russians. As a consequence I expect them to resume business as normal. This at the very least will be what definitely-not-gay Putin is hoping.
  7. lol,fair point but it doesnt interest me.history,politics etc does.
  8. Jo Cox Memorial Weekend

    Does anyone have a link to the Daily Mail interview with him? They have just updated their main page and, bizarrely, their major scoop video is now missing? A lot of people have sad, lonely lives and they attach themselves to certain people, build them up as messiahs in the hope that they will oneday get some mention - a tweet perhaps - from their messiah.
  9. Islamification of Europe

    I think there are a lot of "token" Muslims in the UK. Stick with it mainly due to family etc. More tradition than religion. But like the odd drink and pork pie. I've worked with a few.
  10. Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness

    👍 out of reps
  11. Jo Cox Memorial Weekend

    Some people really are brainwashed.
  12. Difficult to find. This used to be found frequently in adult ed. Have you looked at the list of courses your local adult ed run? (It might be different in Scotland). its things such as learning English , employability skills and other equally useless courses
  13. I’ve no doubt that they will get rid of the point that the loan is written off after a certain age. They will be taking this from people’s estate at death.
  14. Islamification of Europe

    Tbh, the woman in the blue top looked quite "western". It makes me question the loyalties of all muslims.. Even the ones that dress and act like westerners.... It's not good for society having a section of society that can't really be trusted. PS. I agree that Hindus and Sikhs are pretty sound Imho.
  15. Language course would be useful and interesting ?
  16. Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness

    Completely nullifies the entire point of having it
  17. would have to be something i like,and it doesnt matter if i can get a job from it after thats irrelivent ive no intention of paying it back.however they could alter the rules drop the threshold right down or treat it like care fees ie charge against my house....thats what worries me.sooner or later they will realize they arnt geting there cash back from hundreds of thousands of people.
  18. Islamification of Europe

    She got roundly taken apart though. Good to see a large number of "Brown" people saying fuck these IS scum. Good to see. Nothing to do with skin colour imo. All to do with attitudes and values.
  19. Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness

    The bastards are proposing that you only get it up to 55. They can bugger off with that one.
  20. Islamification of Europe

    I'm watching it too. I was just about to post something on the stealth forum. Are the So-Called BBC trying to radicalise indigenous Brits into hating brown people? Honestly, that Asian woman in the blue top bleating on that the women IS volunteers were just misguided is speaking absolute evil.
  21. Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness

    I'm all for a very basic CI. Nothing more.
  22. Islamification of Europe

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  23. Islamification of Europe

    She probably would have personally greeted them at border control with a baton in her hand. A Tunnocks teacake and black pudding.
  24. Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness

    So, if all the people that she hates because of their privilege were to stop giving her/he/it free money, it would be well and truly fucked. I never thought I would say this but it is time to get rid of any welfare. Part of me does wonder whether this has all been deliberate so as to bring us to this very position
  25. #ReleaseTheMemo aka Watergate on steroids

    The problem is that senior people in the MSM have no humility. They are so arrogant and wrapped up in the idea that their view on everything is right that they cannot admit the Russians may have taken them for a ride. As I said in an earlier post both sides, and particularly Trump's opponents, were so keen to down the other that they happily swallowed whatever disinformation was handed to them. It was also so cheap for the Russians to operate. Rather than lots of expensive field operatives to run they could just recruit people in Russia and sit them at a computer. Twitter and Facebook did the rest for them for free. In addition unlike online forums such as this one there was no problem with having to build credibility or deal with moderators etc as all they were interested was people retweeting hashtags and getting them as Facebook "friends" . The lemming like nature of Facebook and Twitter did the rest for them
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