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  1. 18 points
    Her comment above sums up this woman’s attitude. This woman has pumped out 6 children without any plans on how she will provide for them. She then waits for the council to tell her what they will do for her. Get up off your arse and help yourself, and keeping your legs together would be a good start
  2. 17 points
    What a shower of shit our western governments are. Fucking respulsive people.
  3. 14 points
    I think many women overestimate the reaction of most men to that question. The assumption clearly is that males love the challenge of a feisty and 'out-there' lady and are chomping at the bit just to be given the chance to prove their worth. The reality is that 90% of guys when presented with that question would probably shrug and say 'I couldn't really be fucking arsed love', before resuming the search for a woman that isn't the female equivalent of the London Marathon.
  4. 13 points
    spunko2010

    twitter is down

    Panic reported at Newsrooms around the world. Sudden realisation they will have to do some proper research instead of just trawling Twatter.
  5. 13 points
    Frank Hovis

    The ultimate SJW

    A prominent US lawyer has died after setting himself on fire in a New York park in a protest against climate change. The remains of David Buckel, 60, were found in Prospect Park in Brooklyn. In a suicide note found nearby, Mr Buckel wrote that he had immolated himself using fossil fuel to symbolise what he said was the damage human beings were doing to the Earth. He said most people now breathed bad air and many died prematurely. Mr Buckel was well known for his legal work on behalf of gay, lesbian and transgender people and later worked with several environmental groups. "Pollution ravages our planet, oozing inhabitability via air, soil, water and weather," the lawyer said in his suicide note, quoted by the New York Times. The note was also emailed to several news organisations shortly before his body was found, the newspaper said. "My early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves," he said. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43773650 Still, at least he's done his bit for overpopulation. I often get the impression from SJWs that they have an enormous amount of self-loathing which outwardly manifests itself in dislike of their own culture but at root means that they are deeply unhappy and ultimately hate themselves. This nut just took it to its logical conclusion.
  6. 13 points
    I don't think that is aimed at men at all. I think the message is entirely aimed at women and is pretty much the same as always: "Never feel down about having three kids to look after, no partner to help, no real career, entirely dependant on state handouts. You're a glorious, glorious woman and therefore a #winner! And if any man doesn't worship you, and instead considers your life to be a fucking mess, that's just because he's inadequate. You go girl!"
  7. 13 points
    Once you learn the Red Pill concepts you see them everywhere...for example female shaming of males...the headline says: "Guys, these gorgeous single girls all have a secret… but could YOU handle it?" Which seems to suggest a bloke is somehow inadequate if he can't 'handle' some other bloke's kids. I've seen similar language from obese women on dating sites challenging men to 'handle' or 'get over' how fat they are. And of course the classic 'man up' phrase when women are looking to settle down and need someone to pay a mortgage. Imagine my surprise that the article, and presumably the headline was written by a woman. Brb gonna chat up a supermodel and then shame her for not being able to 'handle' that I'm a skinny computer programmer with a receding hairline. She'll be so ashamed she'll be all over me in no time. EDIT: after having read the article much of it seems to be the single mums in question boasting about how much attention they get from men - again I'd be skeptical of the intent here; trying to convince young men who feel they don't want to date single mum's that they're being 'too fussy'.
  8. 12 points
    Tramp stamp tattoo: check Really bad tit implant that looks like 2 half melons nailed to your chest: check Narcissitic posed photos: check ... overpaid twat: check
  9. 12 points
    He should tell them it's a call to prayer.
  10. 12 points
    Yes. I love paying for the medicines for my life-long chronic illness (asthma) when other chronic illnesses are free of prescription charges. It also gives me great pleasure to see elderly immigrants who have contributed the square root of fuck all to the country's coffers being given free medicines and making me wait 1 hour 20 minutes past my appointment time so that I have to keep feeding the parking machine with my (taxed) income, only to pick up my prescription and walk next door and hand over the full prescription charge (per inhaler) - ~£25 for 3. I then drive away (in my road-taxed car, insured (insurance premium tax applicable), using heavily-taxed fuel) back to my house (council tax applicable, 5% VAT energy tax applied in addition to green energy bullshit charges) /rant off
  11. 12 points
    sleepwello'nights

    Rivers of blood

    That to me is the reason why I am currently anti Islamic integration. If they came here to embrace our way of life as a way to share in the prosperity we have engineered then fine. But when they come here determined to change our way of life so we can emulate the way they live in their countries, then I cannot welcome them or accept them. Our way of life, despite its faults, is demonstrably better than life in their countries, if not why are they flooding into Europe?
  12. 11 points
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5606663/Children-two-illegal-immigrants-getting-300-week-taxpayers-living-AFRICA.html The children of illegal immigrants who came to the UK on holiday and later tried to claim asylum are being paid £300-a-week in benefits despite living in Africa, it was revealed today. The boy, aged seven, and baby girl, one, are now living with their aunt in the unnamed African nation but are still getting handouts from the British taxpayer. They will receive benefits until they both turn 16, the High Court has ruled, meaning the pair will receive £187,000 by that time. Their mother claimed asylum in 2004 saying she was the victim of sexual abuse and violence only to be exposed as a liar. Their abusive father was jailed for six months possessing a fake passport and has spent the past eight months in a detention centre awaiting deportation. Jesus wept. And we can’t afford to support our own elderly and ill. Ffs.
  13. 11 points
    I believe its the other way round. Its our Western governments who are demoralizing us, not Russia. I doubt its a Russian double bluff. Nobody believes the news anymore because the spin put on everything by the MSM doesn't hold up to deeper analysis. The question is why do our governments want to draw us into another conflict in the middle east? From all reports the majority of the UK population are against our involvement in Syria. Treason May is so desperate to embroil us that she had committed our forces without Parliamentary approval. Her Margaret Thatcher moment has got to back fire on her. For what difference it makes I will never vote conservative again.
  14. 11 points
    Hail the Tripod

    DOSBODS First Anniversary

    I really love this site. You can seriously argue with people on one subject and yet they’ll rep you on another. And I don’t feel weird repping someone I am arguing with on another thread. No one is trying to “win” it really is the highest idealisation of the marketplace of ideas that I have ever come across. JP has a chapter in his book “Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not to who someone else is today” and I think almost everyone here tries to live this progression in their interactions by trying to test their beliefs and improve not to beat the other person down when their ideas are challenged. Very rare, very special. Awesome!
  15. 11 points
    Hail the Tripod

    Odds on war with Russia?

    Nukes and ICBMs make the whole conventional arms superiority thing irrelevant from a defence of the nation perspective. These things only have value in proxy wars which, frankly, we have no business getting involved in. Get rid of the lot, stop trying to remake the world, and concentrate on making Britain itself a better place to live. FFS.
  16. 11 points
    JoeDavola

    50% Savings Rates...

    At the end of the day it's another £300 a year of your money given to those who know how to play the system. Plenty of people on tax credits do have that amount of money to spare, and they'll be savvy enough to be taking full advantage of this. As I said before, I've spent 12 years in a sometimes stressful industry, and before that 4 years working to get a good degree. My mate fucked about for those 16 years, and works 3 shifts a week at a min. wage job. He has 2 kids, a wee council house, takes foreign holidays, is able to spend plenty of money and time on his hobbies... ...by doing 3 shifts @ min wage. I texted him the other afternoon and he'd finished work at 1pm and was sitting playing videogames with his kids, while the rest of the world are either still in work or stuck in commuter hell. He doesn't have a care in the world. And ya know what, fair play to him. I wish I had his attitude to life. It seems obvious to me what this country is set up to encourage, and if you're working a stressful job then unless your earning an absolute fortune you're a fucking chump.
  17. 11 points
    SpectrumFX

    Windrush

    They'll "try" to deport them. They'll be no popular support for that - it's a mental idea - so there'll be a big "pro-immigration" campaign against it. The narrative is now set. That campaign will be used to justify all sorts of pro migrant policies and actions on the future, because of the clear public support demonstrated.
  18. 10 points
  19. 10 points
    shindigger

    Behind the mask

    Frankie. I will not feed bands faces in to the matrix. Even though 30 years on, we are all unrecogniseable.
  20. 10 points
    stokiescum

    Roller garage doors

    could you not put everything from your garage in your liveing room for a week or two,she wont ever do it again.trust me.
  21. 10 points
    dgul

    Behind the mask

    When I lived in London I saw loads of famous people. All, the time, just walking along the pavement, etc. Then I found out I lived down the road from a lookalikes agency.
  22. 10 points
    stokiescum

    The ultimate SJW

    hanging himself would reduce his carbon footprint,hope he isnt being cremated
  23. 10 points
    The OPCW certified the destruction of all known Syrian chemical weapons and delivery equipment and production equipment in 2016 (and the Russians in 2017). While it doesn’t take much of an intellectual stretch to accept the possibility that Assad kept some stocks well hidden, it does imply that western powers have no idea where they might be. How can we be targeting chemical weapons facilities that the OPCW don’t know about. If we knew of any why didn’t that info get passed to the OPCW mission stationed in Syria to get it shut down and destroyed without the need for dozens of cruise missiles and hundreds of lives in “collateral damage”. I mean seriously, if “we” were able to identify chemical weapons facilities they should just have been dealt with as an administrative exercise, not a murderous game of WW3 brinksmanship. So let’s face it our government are either lying or just plain evil. Fucking disgusting!!!
  24. 10 points
    One percent

    Universal credits starting to bite?

    My reading of it is that on the birth of her 7th? child, she was reassessed. I guess that at this point she was moved to universal credits and that her benefits were then capped. i think my favourite line is: went to a meeting at Cheltenham Borough Council and I was waiting for them to tell me what they could do to help us. the sense of entitlement is breathtaking. Seven kids and not a father in sight so expecting the taxpayer to support her lifestyle choices.
  25. 10 points
    It's not Tom Daley saying that about the British Empire; it's the Sky journo. As he''s a local boy I've seen a lot of coverage on him over the years and my take is that he idiolised his Dad who wanted him to achieve success in diving and coached him in it and he did everything he could to please him including training like a madman so he didn't really have a childhood. His father died of cancer aged forty in 2011 (and yes I had to look that up) when Tom was seventeen which would have shattered anyone who was close to their father; and particularly Tom because they spent so much time together. From what I've read he was regarded as a bit of a freak at school and had to change schools because of bullying. Tbh I've a lot of sympathy and do fear that he's been taken advantage of by a predatory older man who saw a lonely but successful and attarctive much younger man; I get the impression that his twitter feed reflects his partner's thoughts and that his partner is his substitute father. When he ceases diving, which will be in a very few years because the body cannot take those repeated shocks without problems, I fear he will become very troubled as diving has basically been who he is for as long as he can remember.
  26. 10 points
    We used to have intellectuals, theologians, ethicists, Sir Ludovic Kennedy, Malcolm Muggeridge, Joan Bakewell, Sir Robin Day, discussing the case for fighting a just war. Now we have the likes of Kay Burley given unlimited airtime to try and humiliate chemists and scientists live on SKY News for not accepting an approved narrative. Along with legions of female pundits, commentators, journalists, reporters, correspondents and 'editors' that believe Jus bellum iustum is a brand of Prosecco. It makes you realise TV news is now completely dominated by women.
  27. 10 points
    JoeDavola

    TONA reborn - a vanity blog

    You don't know anything about her really - you only knew her for a few hours. The only thing you really know is that she had a serious drug problem. This is not what you've been looking for, unless you're looking to 'save' someone to make yourself feel 'worthy' of their affection. You had a good night out, a little adventure, that should be something to feel good about rather than ruminating about who someone you don't know (again, I speak as someone who has a history of doing that). Perhaps you'd really like a girlfriend, or to be in love, so your brain is trying to make something out of nothing much, as that's more interesting and hopeful than just being a single bloke who currently hasn't met anyone who is girlfriend material (but seems to be having a lot of fun!). I mention this again because I have a history of being like this, and if you do meet someone who is BPD or something they'll see that in you right away (e.g. the fact that you seem to repeatedly tell self-deprecating stories about yourself to women you barely know, and get too keen too quickly) and spend a few months being your 'perfect woman' before the mask drops and your in a world of hurt. So keep getting out there but we don't wanna hear from you in 3 months time that you've found the love of your life and married her, followed by another post in 6 months time that she's changed into a psycho and you're getting a divorce. Keep having fun! It's great that you have guy friends who are up for heading away to places like this.
  28. 9 points
    Fossildog

    Islamification of Europe

    I find that sort of sentiment expressed by Vicky as particularly offensive. Would Vicky also call for British representation in every community abroad as a way of enriching cultures in other countries? How exactly would the Welsh village become enriched? People like Vicky hate their own cultures.
  29. 9 points
    I haven't seen anything that convinces me the Skripal's were poisoned by the Russians (or were even poisoned at all) other than an explanation that need not even be the most parsimonious. Let me hear the Skripal's talk (at least Yjulia can talk, and wasn't Sergei meant to be almost better - what's happened to him in the last week?), or an interview with anyone from the restaurant (staff, diners), or the pub, or let the policeman talk, or the paramedics that attended, or neighbours, or anyone from the hospital. (I know a couple of Drs at the hospital, not even they know what went on inside the hospital.) Where is the man hunt, why no port closures ? So, should I blindly believe simply because I am told by an establishment backed by a civil service that I know will lie to me? But Nada, nothing. And the policeman and Yjulia want their privacy protected issuing near identical statements, how fekking convenient.
  30. 9 points
    I'm watching a programme on BBC about the murder of Stephen Lawrence. Ffs, the black community are suffering an epidemic of killing each other and the So-Called BBC decide to do a programme on a murder 25 years ago. There have been racist murders of whites that get no where as near much attention. This is why I hate the So-Called BBC. They continually paint the white community as aggressors and the non white community as victims of white racism. I honestly think the So-Called BBC increase racial tensions. They piss the White community off by constantly telling us how racist and intolerant we are. They continually tell the non white community how horrible white people are. I thinks it's about time that non whites showed us a little appreciation for allowing them into a first world country..... This constant complaining is getting boring.
  31. 9 points
    They'll wait until all the old fashioned market traders have gone, then moan about how it's dreadful that we've lost this bit of culture and open a 'museum of markets' featuring recordings of market criers. [funded by taxpayers]
  32. 9 points
    Frank Hovis

    Universal credits starting to bite?

    She will be getting absolutely loads of benefits. Universal credit is there to stop her getting all of that income and then a rent free house on top. She now has to do what any working person has to do: pay her rent out of her income. That is the point of universal credit; it forces people to behave like responsible adults at which point some of them start whining and talking rubbish like "I was evicted for having a baby". No you bloody weren't.
  33. 9 points
    Me neither. It's been a long time coming, but I loathe May with every cell in my body for everything she has done and not done. My options are getting very limited. I need a new party, or a UKIP with a new manifesto.
  34. 9 points
  35. 9 points
    Christ they couldn’t shut him down quick enough could they. panic, panic, panic. CUT THE FEED.
  36. 8 points
    Portugal is popular or so I've heard
  37. 8 points
    I did momentarily think that myselef. But I came to the conclusion that if you're so ill with stress that you cannot work - you should also be too ill to go on holiday. It should also be mentioned that if the stress of your job is making you ill - you're obviously unsuitable for that position and should resign immediately. Until we, as a society, stop making excuses for failure nothing will improve.
  38. 8 points
    swissy_fit

    Dosbods Chatroom?

    An internet space where people groom minors and communicate indirectly with GCHQ. How old are you, little girl - wanna see some puppies?
  39. 8 points
    Roger_Mellie

    Mozza Interview

    It's odd, maybe we've (I've?) just been conditioned to think that all entertainers are lefty cunts. Theres an interview with Mark E Smith where he's going on about how all the Syrian refugees should have stayed in Syria, because an army of 2 million could beat anyone. Bang on the money. Really surprised me. And now this, from someone I considered to be an arch lefty nobend. It's warmed my heart.
  40. 8 points
    One percent

    Windrush

    There are many, many older people who have never applied for a passport. Interestingly, my employer a few years ago decided that they wanted to check the status of all staff and so we were given a list of id to bring in. I rocked up and the following was discussed “can I see your passport “ ”I don’t have one” (I did but I managed to lose it and never got round to replacing it) “well, your birth certificate “ i pulled out the short summary version which is all I have “that’s no good, where is your proper one?” ”it’s all I’ve got” ”well drivers licence” i pulled out my old paper one ”that’s no good, we need a photo one” ”I’ve not got one” ”well what phot id do you have?” i pulled out my work pass. I thought the bloke was going to explode
  41. 8 points
    I heard a funny story about Cilla. She was on a plane with her personal assistant, Cilla wouldn’t make eye contact let alone speak to the cabin crew. Throughout the flight Cilla would whisper to her assistant who would then request her food and drink to the cabin crew. Just after they landed one of the stewardesses went over to Cilla and said, “I knew you couldn’t fucking sing but I didn’t know you couldn’t fucking speak.”
  42. 8 points
    whitevanman

    The ultimate SJW

    This is at the heart of far leftist thinking. They hate the world and everything in it, most of all they hate themselves.
  43. 8 points
    gibbon

    The Sweden is fucked thread

    Sweden is beyond saving. Nation of cucks, safe spaces, degenerates and fee fees. Sooner it implodes the better, might wake up a few European countries up before it's too late.
  44. 8 points
    She was very good at being Home Secretary wasn't she? Oh that's right she wasn't very good at that either.
  45. 8 points
    It's a seductive old bastard, isn't it? Having spent this morning with a mid 60s friend of mine who has royally fallen off the wagon, I'm going to counter your last comment with the argument that you're never too old to get properly rogered by a smooth talking lothario, and you're never too old for the rest of your life to not matter. Seeing my friend today, it's genuinely gut wrenching to see someone who was doing so well suddenly doing so badly. Don't give it up to that smooth talking wide boy, you're worth far more than that
  46. 8 points
    shindigger

    Odds on war with Russia?

    Treason May makes my heart sink every time i see her picture. She is a complete and utter embarrassment to this country. I regard her as my enemy. And i fucking hate Labour too.
  47. 8 points
    dgul

    Rivers of blood

    There are two problems with his speech that stop any attempts to interpret it: It is a product of its time. There is a language and sentiment that seems horrific to modern ears. I'm in no doubt that we're better off without such language, but you have try to forgive much of it -- to discount every racist tone and author from history would leave you with nothing. He mucks up points that have some merit by reverting to stereotype, even for those times. I suppose you can only measure his speech by what actually occurred. Much of what he's said hasn't come about (bar a few nasty riots in the 80s). Sure, we've got communities from those waves of immigration that seem to be a large part of the population, but by-and-large they're just normal people trying to live their lives, just like everyone else. Sure, those communities are black, Asian or whatever, not white, but that doesn't seem to matter that much any more. And, frankly, there have always been differences -- Back in the 1980's I was a regular guy from Wales for whom Newcastle would have been as weird as Wales would have been for a Geordie. But, and it is an important but, just because things have more-or-less worked out in the past doesn't mean that things will always work out in the same way. Those waves of immigrants in the 1950's and '60's were coming to start a new life. it would have been so difficult for them; it was a one way ticket without any hope of seeing family and friends ever again, in a new country with a definite overall hatred of the newcomers. But I think this enforced isolation was an important part of the integration process; even if there were some limited attempts to keep a flavour of their culture in their new home there was a definite need to fit in. More recent waves seem to be completely different -- there is much less in the way of integration, and, given the ease of visiting the home country along with an amazing tolerance for diversity in the UK population, much less reason to integrate. So we've ended up with our modern situation; the more recent immigration seems to have at its heart a determination to ignore the sensibilities of the UK population (including those 1960's immigrants) and to create a closed community. Worse, many of these immigrants seem to despise the UK population (despite an eagerness to exploit any generosity offered). This is, to me, much more dangerous. Sure, maybe it'll all work out; perhaps it always works out this way -- immigrants keep a flavour of their culture, but eventually integrate and come to love their new country as their own. But maybe it doesn't always work out; just because things have more-or-less worked out in the past doesn't mean that things will always work out in the same way. I, like Powell back then, fear of Rivers of Blood in the future. I hope I'm as wrong as he was. Hope, however, is a poor strategy.
  48. 8 points
    One percent

    Windrush

    This is the kind of madness we have then. This person has been a productive member of society, I would argue he has a right to be here. Then, we have the madness of letting isis fighters back into the country. People who hate us and will never likely contribute. Madness, utter madness.
  49. 8 points
    So many problems would be resolved by having a proper contributions based welfare system.
  50. 8 points
    Austin Allegro

    50% Savings Rates...

    I think what's annoying is that taxpayer's money, ie the money of those who are able to manage their finances and save in the first place, is being used to subsidise those who are too dim to see the benefit of saving money. It's basically another government 'wipe your arse for you' scheme.
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