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  1. 27 points
    Left and right are utterly meaningless terms these days. The battle is between globalists and nationalists. Globalists call all nationalists far right. I am now far right in the sense that it is currently used by the media; as are most people I know and about 99% of people I grew up with. You don't have to be racist to be far right, you don't have to want to bring back the death penalty, impose martial law, fight a war, imprison beggars, bring back the workhouse, or make all medical treatment only available to those who can pay for it. You just need to oppose globalism and there you are: far right.
  2. 26 points
    TheBlueCat

    Down under saved?

    It's part of an ongoing theme whereby the left very aggressively uses attempted shaming as a way to persuade people to back them. The end result is that people who don't back them keep quiet or pretend they do in order to avoid being shouted at and generally abused.
  3. 24 points
    Errol

    Brexit Party - European Elections

    A strong leader would have walked away. Told the EU that we have left as of midnight and that we will start discussions on trade as a sovereign country at 9am the next morning. How do you think someone like Putin would have handled it? I can guarantee he wouldn't have behaved like May. May has effectively reduced the UK to begging on its knees before the EU.
  4. 23 points
    Fully Detached

    I’m depressed

    If he's depressed he should try being a bit less of a cunt. You get back what you put out there.
  5. 21 points
    Charles Carter

    I’m depressed

    Maybe Campbell's depression is down to the dead souls of all those Iraqi people he helped to murder, gnawing away at his conscience. Karma's a bitch. Fuck him.
  6. 21 points
    billfunk

    Tommy Robinson thread

    It's a lot deeper than mere identity politics. It's ideological. We have 13 centuries of evidence that suggests muslims will not stop at special treatment. They want conquest followed by supremacy. It is literally in their bible which they must all follow literally. They are pretty much as close as we are going to get as having a fifth column of Nazis outbreeding us in our own country. Minimising the issue by calling it identity politics then accusing TR of the same is bonkers. This isn't about "values" it's about survival.. The problem is there are three types of muslims; moderates, apologists and extremists. Currently, the moderates sound and act much the same as liberal Westerners, the apologists follow most of the laws of the UK but openly, or secretly, support the extremists. The government want us to believe that 99.9% of the muslims living in the country are moderates. I don't believe it. I think gradually, as the country islamifies further then we will increasingly see the truth which is the majority of muslims are in fact apologists. Deep down, this is an unreformed fundamentalist religion and they are bound to revert to type, just as they have done for the last 13 centuries.
  7. 20 points
    In its form this may technically be a vote to decide which MEP's we'll send to the European Parliament, but in its substance it's going to be taken by Westminster as a de facto vote on brexit. So I'd say that you should vote, and vote as if it were a vote on brexit, because in reality it is.
  8. 20 points
    It makes sense; if you are amongst a lot of people similar to yourself then you aren't going to be interested in identity as you all have a common one. The more you deal with people who are different to you the sharper becomes your own sense of identity; which is one of the reasons why multiculturalism is a barrel of horseshit. It divides people. There have been a few comments on here about it being time to "choose a side"; I think that's the way it's going. Multiculturalism is driving people further and further apart so that there is increasingly less middle ground left. Even if you won't define yourself by your own identity it matters not because others will do it for you to your detriment; passivity, or "tolerance" as it's usually labelled, is a losing option.
  9. 19 points
    This is like a game of 'Equalities Top Trumps' - i'll just sit back and wait to see which group is the most protected... Popcorn!
  10. 19 points
    I have to disagree with that. The Euro elections are firstly, about sending a strong message to Westminster about Brexit. Secondly, it is important to have Eurosceptic representation in the European Parliament as it is entirely possible we may never leave the EU in the foreseeable future. Thirdly, it is a 'dry run' for the next General Election for the Brexit Party to gauge its support and to encourage defections from other parties. Fourthly, the EU elections will be worth it (assuming BP has huge gains) just to see the looks on the faces of the bien-pensant, Brexit-blocking class.
  11. 18 points
    Text from son in America just now. 'I hear Nigel was attacked today. I want you to cast my vote for the Brexit Party' One at a time they are waking up.
  12. 18 points
    satch

    Tommy Robinson thread

    If you list the countries that people are trying to escape or run from then in the main they are Muslim controlled or have a large Muslim population. And if you look at the terrorist atrocities committed in the countries that offer these people sanctuary and in many cases a standard of living (and freedom) they would never have in their home countries then you find these crimes against the host country and its citizens are in the main committed by Muslims. The argument is that over time after a couple of generations the Muslims will become integrated and in the case our country ‘British’ in their outlook and attitudes. Three out of the four July 2007 bombers were second generation and if you go to many Northern towns there is today more segregation than 40 years ago. Sweden in some of their industrial towns also have had Muslim immigration for 30 years and have the same problems that we have. MSM et al always quote the atrocities committed by Christians in the past and in particular the crusades, the Spanish in South America etc and yes the crimes committed then were based on the teachings of the bible and the structure of a Middle Age society. But Christians have move on but Islam can not and has not and will not move on and is rooted firmly in the Middle Ages where beheadings in Saudi are deemed OK by the West and there is no problem in throwing gay people off buildings and of course a woman is worth half a man.
  13. 18 points
    Gloommonger

    Tommy Robinson thread

    You're trolling again. Regardless of your opinion of the man, do you agree that the charges against him are ridiculous? There are plenty of people I disagree with, but I would not be happy if they were locked up for no reason.
  14. 17 points
    Libspero

    Best thing you ever did

    +1 I sometimes worry my wife might read what I write on the forum too
  15. 17 points
    BadAlchemy

    Milkshake thrower charged

    Wise move by Happy City. Expensive tweets from the ginger nut. Good luck finding another job after advocating acid throwing and murder. Who would even say stuff like that under a pseudonym account let alone under their real name. I find it very encouraging that more and more of these lefty SJW types seem to be imolating themselves as we get closer to crunch time. They have nothing else left after hurling insults and milkshakes at everybody like spoiled little children.
  16. 17 points
    TheNoSnowMan

    Milkshake thrower charged

    The left really are losing the plot. Throwing milkshakes - how revolutionary. And yet they still cannot see they are effectively the foot soldiers of the establishment even though they think they are fighting it. Complete fucking morons.
  17. 17 points
    JFK

    Brexit Party - European Elections

    Fat soy boy chucks a milkshake. Gets arrested. Loads of violent muzzers, wearing balaclava's, throwing bricks / eggs / bottles of piss at people listening to TR (women and children absolutely shitified) - FUCK ALL. NOT ONE ARRESTED. THE POLICE JUST STOOD BY AND ALLOWED THIS TO HAPPEN LAMESTREAM LEGACY MEDIA REPORT 'VIOLENT CLASHES AT Tommy Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon RALLY' ...twisting the narrative so you immediately associate TR with violence - yet it was a load of violent tooled up thugs from Halifax who swelled the ranks. Can you IMAGINE what would happen if a load of people, wearing masks, gesticulating, shouting and THROWING BRICKS if any of the mainstream political parties occurred. I am not surprised at all by the hypocrisy, the lies the downright deceiving that goes on.
  18. 17 points
    blobloblob

    Tommy Robinson thread

    I've actually complained to Twitter about that - open and shut case of "targetted harassment" in my view
  19. 17 points
    JackieO

    Down under saved?

    Same with my daughter. She's well pissed off with the talk of the minority SJW's she knows at school and has distanced herself. She was also well pissed off with her Beliefs and Values teacher telling her how wonderful Islam is.
  20. 17 points
    JackieO

    Down under saved?

    My 11 yo daughter is getting red-pilled by watching people like Kirsten Bennett, Steven Crowder etc. She's getting quite vocal about the idiocy of the left and wants to talk about it. We're warning her it's best not to be too vocal because of the intolerance of the left.
  21. 17 points
    King of Fools

    Brexit Betrayal thread - Part 3

    Theesa and friends. What an odd looking bunch. Are they randoms from the canteen who have been told to stand there? No yoof, no BAME, what's going on? 1 Just a dumpy HR Business Partner; 2 Undertaker with enlarged prostate; 3 Maybot v17.3 (now obsolete due to dimensional disparities between inside leg / waistline ratio); 4 empty shell of a woman (former lollipop lady) locked in orbit around, 5 big Shazza who's been covered in glue and rolled through a charity shop.
  22. 17 points
    SpectrumFX

    Thomas cook fucked

    Yeah, it's definitely Brexit, and obviously nothing at all to do with having s business model rendered entirely obsolete by the internet.
  23. 16 points
    One percent

    Thomas cook fucked

    https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/thomas-cook-slumps-1-46bn-061700099.html Thomas Cook has reported a half-year loss of £1.46bn as it counted the cost of Brexit causing UK consumers to delay holiday plans. i would imagine it is more to do with people seeing all the terrorist atrocities and thinking it just isn’t worth it for a week of sun.
  24. 16 points
    MrPin

    Down under saved?

    The image of "the left" (and I don't like to use the description) has changed immensely in the last 40 years or so. Used to be about being fair to ordinary working people. Now it's all about CO2, and Lesbians
  25. 16 points
    Button Moon

    Islamification of Europe

    Is she suggesting tories are Islamophobes? Really? All I see is a bunch of shit scared politicians tripping over themselves to pander to Islam, in order to continually demonstrate they are not racist. Which is why Islam continues to insidiously spread its barbaric beliefs and practices across the UK, whilst the politicians congratulate themselves on how tolerant and non racist they all are.
  26. 15 points
    Frank Hovis

    Milkshake thrower charged

    And crossing with 1p on self service tills thread. What do they actually intend to do with the proceeds of this tax? They intend to shovel it the way of charities like this so that they can waste it. There is no plan, no big idea. Just more of Gordon Brown's pouring money into the charity sector because that is an end in itself. Th egovernment has discharged its responsibility for a particular social problem by raising tax for it. And then just gives it away to load of badly dressed hair dyed incompetents to waste. Scummer (I don't mean Nige!) Scummer: These people would not get an interview let alone a job in a normal company. Yet in the charity sector they can award themselves six figure salaries because they're worth it. Like fuck are they.
  27. 15 points
    TheNoSnowMan

    Milkshake thrower charged

    Why do you think most of these lefty protesters and groups tend to have female leaders? As soon as we allowed women into positions of power and influence it was inevitable we would get feelz over facts. There are always exceptions to the rule (Maggie T) but most women are not leaders and never should be because they cannot make the hard decisions that are sometimes needed, Occasionally, the needs of the majority outweigh the needs of the minority. A typical woman wouldn't be able to do that because "We must protect everyone I tell you. EVERYONE!!!!". And while I accept there are plenty of soy filled bitch boi's out there, they tend to be a collection of life's losers (degenerates, fat, ugly) and are attracted to the left as a way of getting back at the system, especially a meritocratic one (and to try and pull ugly women). Feminazi's may claim the patriarchy is oppressive - but it actually works. I think that proves my point nicely. No evidence, no logic to it. It's just how it feelzzzzzzzz to her.
  28. 15 points
    My main fear is that the state appears to consider its own citizens as enemies and its would-be enemies as citizens.
  29. 15 points
    Hi everyone,havent been on for a bit as really busy.Good to see the debt deflation growing underneath.Vodafone cutting the divi to repay debt faster and Imperial Brands saying they werent buying back shares as they wanted to de-leverage quicker.Iv added to both this week and im very pleased they are doing this.Vod can take credit for the move and its the right one.Shareholders might lose 4% on their yield,but i expect within 10 years Vod will be over £4.00 a share and divis will be back above where they were before the cut by a long way.Expect £10 billion free cash by 2027 and debt below £10billion. These companies have huge free cash flow,yet they can smell the coffee and know its time to pay off debt as it comes due rather than roll over.Many companies wont be around to do the same because they dont have the cash. The miners pulled back hard as expected and now are in a nice buying zone.I expect they will go a little lower,but iv topped all of the ones i want up now.Id rather see another 5% down than miss the 40% up that should be with us (GDX should hit $26 this year).The dollar will trend lower even if there is one last push up,and then down.Gold should start to trend late this month or June wherever it goes before that. My ladders are now 2/3s full on the shares i want for the next cycle (outside of the PM sector) so my capital is now 2/3s invested.Im averaging down 8% after dividends and expected at this amount of ladder hits id be down 12% so it looks like if the last ladders hit il be averaging down 15% in stocks averaging down 68%.If the PMs do run as expected then they should make up for the downside in all my ladder stocks.Very very happy to be getting these prices. Im really struggling with the yellow stickers though.Tesco is changing the times all the time and iv had to go to Sainsbury and pay 50% off instead.Its pushing up my inflation rate.
  30. 14 points
    The people voted to leave. MP's and the media conspired IMPO to make leaving dependent upon the votes of MP's and Lords rather than the people. They have ignored the democratic vote to leave to stop Brexit. They have also convinced vast numbers that what they do is paramount. It is a sham. It is a disgrace. It is undemocratic.
  31. 14 points
    DeepLurker

    Best thing you ever did

    Marry my wife. I know there’s lots of moaning about wimmin on the Deluded... thread, but my other half is a gem
  32. 14 points
    Sgt Hartman

    Milkshake thrower charged

    Jesus Christ. I'm no fan of Farage but he's clearly no fascist...let's hit him with a brick anyway! Fucking straight up incitement from some hipster brewery who make the sort of beer much loved by fat, unkempt SJW milkshake-throwers.
  33. 14 points
    eight

    Milkshake thrower charged

    Oops, what have they done! I've now subliminally connected them with something with which they are unconnected.... Anyway, call centre worker, £5.25 milkshake at lunch, which he then THROWS AWAY! Clearly not very DOSBODS.
  34. 14 points
    null;

    Brexit Party - European Elections

    I can't recall the thread in which wetherspoons was discussed so I'll put it here as its related to Brexit. Managed to get around to trying out a wetherspoons for lunch in the week, this being the first time I have set foot in one in 20 years or so. My expectations were a bit low but I was pleasantly surprised. Pros: Very good value for money. Came to around half what we would spend in nandos for lunch. (Nandos is such a bloody rip off though) Good quality food, the onion rings were perfect. Chips were nice, burger was very nice. The other half really liked hers as well. I like that they have hienz tom sauce and hellmans real mayo Well kept, clean, good service, although may be different at a busy time Had a nice feel, just the background noise of people chatting rather than music playing. Soft furnishing and carpets takes away the harshness that many places have nowdays. Much bigger menu than I expected so plenty of things to try. Cons: They put too much ice in the drinks - but then don't they all? They were happy to scoop some of the ice out for me and top up. I came out happy. Full belly, nice lunch and great value. The cherry on top was that I got satisfaction from supporting a business that is spending money on my behalf supporting Brexit. It felt fair that I should return that in some small way by giving them my custom. I'll put some time aside to write some online reviews as well. We will be going back for sure and will probably also go there for lunch when we have family visiting. Finally, a big thanks to the DOSBODs because without the discussion on it I probably would have never gone there.
  35. 14 points
    sleepwello'nights

    Tommy Robinson thread

    That's where my education on islam started. I stated that virtually all terrorist attacks were carried out by muslims and was told islam is a religion of peace. I didn't have any facts to refute that assertion so I delved into the facts of islam. What I read led me to believe that its fundamental credo is the antithesis of the western and Christian philosophy I base my world view on. Day after day I see evidence of the results of islamic beliefs. I am disgusted by them and lay the blame on the theology. No doubt there are many muslims who, like Christians, pay lip service to their reliegion. However I do not see any evidence that Christians who believe in the strict interpretation of the bible inflict terrible atrocities on those who do not share their beliefs. Unlike those whose fundamental belief is set out in the qu'ran.
  36. 14 points
    sleepwello'nights

    Tommy Robinson thread

    To my mind that is the single biggest issue we face today. Its not just a reaction against the theology but also the way the establishment are trampling over our individual rights, curtailing free speech and forcing us to accept what they tell us is best for us. It may not represent a much to you but it is a big deal for me.
  37. 14 points
    lid

    Tommy Robinson thread

    I find that the people who tend to be the most anti-TR tend to know the square root of fuck all about him
  38. 14 points
    JFK

    Tommy Robinson thread

    That would be a moot point to argue as TR was nowhere near the court entrance/ impeding people, checked with court staff the boundaries. Also the minor issue of the trial having been completed and this was a sentencing hearing. The basis of the states position is that he hurt my feelz and caused me anxiety, so that's worthwhile of contempt proceedings. Ezra provided legions of examples of the lamestream legacy media doing nore serious things that were contempt of court, reporting on current live cases etc yet no one received anywhere near the same treatment as TR. Totally disproportionate. It's brazenly an exercise in the state flexing its muscles but everyone can see through it
  39. 13 points
    One percent

    Tommy Robinson thread

    So English defence league =bad, Muslim defence league =allowed to operate with impunity, attacking others.
  40. 13 points
    TheBlueCat

    Down under saved?

    My younger son told me yesterday that he was honkpilled and was somewhat amazed to find out that I knew what he was talking about (thanks for @JoeDavola). The interesting bit is that he said it's in reaction to the way the left behaves and, more interestingly, that 90% of the kids at his school think the same way.
  41. 13 points
    twocents

    Tommy Robinson thread

    Labour council trying to stop TR entering the town square to make his speech - shameful attempted censorship of an election candidate - shameful stuff.
  42. 12 points
    Wight Flight

    I’m depressed

    Any chance he is suicidal? (Asking for a friend)
  43. 12 points
    There are times when the only reaction to these virtue-signalling wankers is: "Do fuck off!"
  44. 12 points
    Sgt Hartman

    Restoring old cars for cash?

    I actually came very close to buying one of these (see below) that I found in a rural barn in Oxfordshire that had been sat there for a very long time. It was in shit nick but I thought it would have been a fun project to work on. In hindsight I would probably have financially bumfucked myself and ended up skint and divorced. The only reason I didn't get it was Mrs H. telling me she was pregnant, so no car but at least I still got to be financially bumfucked.
  45. 12 points
    Frank Hovis

    Thomas cook fucked

    Yep. I have mentioned this to some of the women at work and it's like the scales falling from their eyes. Their mothers worked until they got married or had children and that, bar some part time work that was more like a hobby for pin money, was that. They are going to be working full time until retirement age. At least thirty years longer than their mothers. As like the vast majority of people they're not the sort of people who take a step back and take the long view here - a simple combination of huge housing cost inflation and wage suppression for the last twenty five years - they don't really understand why this has happened to them. Just that they don't like it.
  46. 12 points
    MrPin

    Alabama passes bill banning abortion

    Alabama once banned "evolution", and if you have ever been there, it worked.
  47. 12 points
    gilf

    Alabama passes bill banning abortion

    Same with Brexit over here, in both cases the opposition still haven't got past the fact that more people have a different opinion to them than do. The lesson of both events should have been "why if this is such a seemingly illogical decision from my point of view did people vote for it". The focus has been on the decision itself in isolation rather than why people might have come to that decision. I suspect in the case of Trump this lack of understanding will deliver him a second term because rather than having taken stock and come up with a plan they will just make the same mistake again and offer up a challenger which is directly opposed to what Trump stands for rather than offering up a solution to the underlying issues at hand.
  48. 11 points
    One percent

    Milkshake thrower charged

    My recommendation is avoid anyone with weird coloured hair. Guaranteed to be a nutter.
  49. 11 points
    Sgt Hartman

    What is an "activist"?

    In my experience it's a synonym for 'gobshite'. It's a title that people obtain when their obsession about a various topic crosses the line from passionate to overbearing and they then title themselves 'activist' as that sounds a lot better than 'pain in the fucking arse'. IMHO.
  50. 11 points
    Quite a worrying trend in the US, and in fact even here, with religion creeping back into politics. The point of abortion being legal is that it's up to the individual to make that moral judgement and choice. It doesn't mean everyone has to do it, or should do it, but it is up to the individual and their specific circumstances. The less state / religious interference the better IMHO. Individual liberty every time.
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