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  1. 17 points
    Raping kids doesn’t seem to be much of an issue in the UK. Killing a dog on the other hand - that could be the trigger.
  2. 15 points
    Hail the Tripod

    Baby news

    the So-Called BBC have abandoned reality entirely!
  3. 13 points
    I'm actually very against high value immigration unless it's from a country that's similar to us economically. We have no right to steal the best and the brightest from developing countries - that's part of what's holding them back. If we need more doctors and engineers we should bloody well train them ourselves.
  4. 12 points
    It all started 7.40am. Adverse reaction to BBC Breakfast.
  5. 11 points
    That's nice. The Czech's were obviously interested enough in what he said to to pay him, and s1 of the 1911 act is increadibly wide ranging. If plod are going to spend their time invistiating whether old men touched up little boys 40+ years ago then perhaps they could spend a moment or two investigating whether someone who aims to wield great power was in fact an agent of influence for our enemies.
  6. 11 points
    At a point in Human History when there was an iron curtain separating two halves of Europe with millions of heavily armed soldiers, sailors and airmen on either side ready to fight one another within literally minutes when hardly anyone went from the West to the East, when lots of people on the Eastern side died trying to escape to the Western half two things of note, in my mind, happened: 1. Angela Merkel's father took his entire family from West Germany to live in East Germany whilst countless millions of East Germans, Poles, Czechs, etc, were desperate to try and get to the West and what they saw as freedom. 2. Steptoe and the Abbopotamus went on a motor-bike holiday in East Germany.
  7. 11 points
    Wahoo

    The big Oxfam thread

    Our local Oxfam shop in Bodmin is doing a roaring trade.
  8. 11 points
    These stories are a Daily Mail staple. They build up your hopes but it never materialises.
  9. 11 points
    Their world is split into the false binary of those hating and those hoping. They should try thinking instead. It gets better results than blind emotion.
  10. 10 points
    swissy_fit

    Steptoe and dead child abuse dosser

    Have you ever witnessed lefties' behaviour when their own material possessions are concerned? They're the tightest most selfish cunts on the face of the earth. Human nature is the most ironic thing.
  11. 10 points
    Chewing Grass

    Islamification of Europe

    In the 21st century in western europe that is what smart-phones are for, call-to prayer is stupid unless you live in an un-integrated ghetto where everyone could hear it. Swedish houses are triple glazed by law, accordingly any call to prayer would breach european regulations on noise limits (dB) in order to be heard. If they want call to prayer they should move to a hot country and live in a mud-brick shack with wooden shutters.
  12. 10 points
    Just get rid of this silly situation of gendered sports, men and women are equal in all aspects so it makes no sense what so ever.
  13. 10 points
    When I see stuff like this these days I always think that such and such orgnisation will jjust doctor the results to suit their pro mass immigration agenda. It also crosses my mind about Jews in Europe being told by the Nazis to register as Jews and to pick up their yellow stars - whether lots of us are going to find that stuff we have said or even read online will oneday be used against us. But we're all long past that now anyway.
  14. 10 points
    Just going to say my usual bug-bears. 1. Why do we get all the taxes of the EU but not the benefits - literally - when it comes to benefits such as pensions. 2. All those millions of migrants that are now in Germany, Sweden, etc, etc, will oneday have better pensions than Brits despite the Brits being one of the major funders of the EU. Yes, I know that it is more complicated than that and includes stuff like national taxation, etc, but we are bsically just screwed over. We're still the litte serfs slaving away for our establishment rulers... and having rich celeb c*nts thrown in to the bargain telling us how selfish we all are. / rant
  15. 9 points
    Panther

    How to be lazy

    Save the effort of wiping your arse by staying sat on the toilet in between shits
  16. 9 points
    SpectrumFX

    Hypocrisy at its finest.

    This gets at the root of why all this virtue signalling nonsense is so annoying. Those that feel the strongest need to signal their virtue, are those that have no virtue.
  17. 9 points
    dgul

    Steptoe and dead child abuse dosser

    The problem with the majority of homeless people isn't that they've not got a home. That is merely the symptom. To suggest that the problems would all be resolved if they were given a home is moronic.
  18. 9 points
  19. 9 points
    There was an item on that Tucker Carlson programme a few nights ago where a guest suggested that there is evidence in the US that some migrant run companies to the US are only employing other migrants to the US. It was during a discussion about low wages in the US and how one of the arguments by the Democrats / Left for open borders in the US is that Americans do not wish to do the low paid low skilled jobs. It was argued that, in the real America, vast numbers of ordinary Americans are doing low-skilled, low-paid jobs but that they are increasingly being pushed out of them by the endless numbers of migrants to the US. The Democrats / Left arguging that they need migrants because no American wants to do the jobs due to the low pay. The reality being that plenty of Americans do those jobs but are increasingly being driven out of them by migrants. You could certainly say that we have experienced similar here in the UK. I have theorised on here, and over on TOS, for some time that once we get sufficient numbers of people of migrant backgrounds in places like the Passport Office, the So-Called BBC, social housing, Councils, etc, that plenty of them will simply favour people of their own migrant and/or ethnic background peoples over the indigenous British. In other words, they will not share the same virtue signalling or guilt that so many indigenous British people do. So it is with interest that I see this - below - over on the Daily Mail. You do have to wonder how much of this kind of thing is going on and whether it is already occuring below the radar with sosome of the above-mentioned organisations. Lorry driver is 'completely shocked' when he is turned down for UK interview for job just eight miles from his house 'because he is British' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5395107/Driver-turned-UK-job-British.html#comments I am oft reminded of the line in Star Trek: Voyager when Captain Janeway decides to help the evil Borg to defeat a mutual enemy. Seven of Nine, a former Borg herself so who better to know the mindset of the Collective Hive Mind, refuses to help her by pointing out: "Your compassion will be your undoing."
  20. 9 points
    My answer to 15: "The government's overriding concern should be to improve the living standards of the citizens of this country. Running annual net migration figures in the hundreds of thousands without building enough new housing and infrastructure to cope clearly does the opposite. I personally think that the UK population is large enough as it is, but I have no objection to concreting over a lot more of the country to build the new houses, schools, roads, hospitals etc. that a larger population would require, if there really is a strong economic justification for further immigration. I do not regard increasing the UK's overall GDP as a strong justification, though; I really could not care less whether the UK is the fifth largest or fiftieth largest economy in the world, as long as our individual living standards are increasing."
  21. 9 points
    This Time

    Foreign Aid poll

    I'm for ditching it altogether. You'd think it was madness for someone who was racking up debt to be giving to charity so how does it make sense for a country to do it? I'm also of the opinion that overseas charity does a lot more harm than good.
  22. 9 points
    The time for a conversation was decades ago, it was never allowed. Mass immigration has no legitimacy and never will, it is a fait accompli
  23. 9 points
    billfunk

    Keep paying that pension. Suckers!

    No. It's just corporate welfare. If these companies cannot afford to pay liveable wages then they shouldn't be in business. Tax credits and housing benefit just creates surplus money which inevitably gets captured by the housing market, thus making the poor poorer and the rich richer. Stop it all and tax land. Stop dishing money out and control the cost of living instead.
  24. 9 points
    eight

    Jo Cox Memorial Weekend

    I doubt it's still a Virgin train if Brendan's been anywhere near it.
  25. 8 points
    goldbug9999

    TONA reborn - a vanity blog

    Thanks for the detail, that takes some guts. Main points that jump out at me ... As already mentioned you were outcome dependent and had over invested in the interaction, generally its a good idea to keep pre-date communications to the to a minimum, long sms exchanges/emails/phone convos are really a no no. Any attraction chemistry frisson/whatever you feel before meeting face to face is an illusion, and almost guaranteed to lead to one or both of you being disappointed on initial meeting which is going to set the date off on the wrong footing. Complimenting her immediately on meeting - gah seriously if I was talking face to face with you right now I would give you a good natured cuff on the side of the head ask you exactly what the fuck were you thinking of ??. You've effectively just opened the conversation with "I'm going to fawn over you for being pretty just like every other bloke you've met in your life ever". Compliments are very difficult to execute without handing over control of the interaction so its best to avoid them. Discussing both of your previous relationship histories. Really just no, nothing good come of this, at best either of you visualising the other shagging other people is not conducive to building sexual chemistry between you. "I blahed on about my own divorce, strange ex-wife and kids." You should have glossed over it and changed the subject. "Then I went for the close and that's where it all started to go wrong." Probably already irrecoverable by this point anyway Admitting you 1) booked a hotel 2) brought viagra with you 3) hadn't had sex for years. Individually any one of these will almost guarantee failure, well you can do 1) with the right timing ideally after you've had a snog and a sly grope. I have to mention to last-time-you-had-sex issue, this is one piece of information a woman will often try to acquire and you must avoid providing at all costs. Probably the only thing you did right was thinking about the logistics, but its absolutely crucial that you avoid telegraphing any pre meditation to her - ideally she needs to be left thinking that it was spontaneous or lucky that everything worked out and you ended up at a hotel shagging rather than meticulous planning on you part. To summarise I think your main sticking points are: Honesty - its not necessarily about being deceptive, but about revealing as little about yourself, and how you feel about her (compliments) as possible because its the nature of women to interpret all know facts about you to get control of the interaction and draw the worst possible conclusions (a valuable survival mechanism from an evolutionary genetics standpoint). You need to have a serious talk with yourself about your obviously deep seated desire to open up to everyone, you've demonstrated this at every stage, its just got to stop. Possibly you had already given too much away in the pre-date communication. Lack of recent sex - this will affect so many of your conscious and subconscious behaviours in detrimental ways. Go to adult work and book a decent prozzie or two, theres no shame in it. Outcome dependence on individual date - next time try to batch up dates i.e. have several booked with different girls (just like she did). Having said all this its really hard to go into a date with a conscious plan of how to act and stick to it, you need practice, and to analyse your mistakes and try again. EDIT: maybe set yourself one simple goal for the next date e.g. no compliments.
  26. 8 points
    Virgil Caine

    The big Oxfam thread

    I see the chuggers targeting elderly shoppers quite often To be honest this is just another form of abuse from a sector that has become increasingly rotten. Anyway my response to chuggers now is always that - "I don't give to charity because I am a complete cunt". That always ends the conversation.
  27. 8 points
    Peter Cook mode on. Came home this am just after post man had been and I couldnt open the door. Something was wedging it shut. Went round the back and got in. Turns out it was fucking valentines cards again. Becoming a real problem. Peter Cook mode off.
  28. 8 points
    Carl Fimble

    Bare armed whores

    This would never happen in the US. They have the right to bare arms over there. Sorry, could not resist.
  29. 8 points
    Sgt Hartman

    Baby news

    No he's not. They're getting someone else to do it. For fucks sake.
  30. 8 points
    Yeah, completely agree with the bolded bit, but grand conspiracy tin foil twattery and race war shit distract from a productive discussion.
  31. 8 points
    dgul

    Bare armed whores

    The crux of the problem is in the final line: For some reason some people seem to think that men and women are the same. I think this is because they're a bit thick and they mix up a call for equality of opportunity with how people should dress. It is quite simple There should be nothing stopping women having equal opportunities in life. There should also be nothing stopping men having equal opportunities in life. But there should be no expectation that men and women are actually the same.
  32. 8 points
    the gardener

    The big Oxfam thread

    When you consider DBS checks for volunteers are free then it's much worse than it sounds. Ok so there's a small fee for paid workers but that's less than £50 max. Then again Oxfam can't go spending money on DBS checks when that money could be spent on child prostitutes. Actually can we stop calling them child prostitutes? They are abused children, being raped by adults for the monetary benefit of adults (the child's pimp will be taking all the money from them, the child will see virtually none of it). These Oxfam staff are not a bit naughty, a bit seedy, they are paedophiles, raping children.
  33. 8 points
    "Suspicious package found in Parliament" That would be a package of measures to improve the lives of the people they are actually supposed to represent and that pay their bloated salaries and perks.
  34. 8 points
    wherebee

    Foreign Aid poll

    I can see a need for aid in disaster situations not caused by human fuckups - volcano, for example. Anything else can fuck off
  35. 8 points
    Well lads, quite a result. We went round the points again a few times and she basically said "if you're in a relationship with me you should ask me if it's OK for you to go out". And me replying "I will be considerate but I don't ask anyone for permission to go out with my mates or watch sport". Went round in circles a few time, all in a civilised way. So she eventually said "it seems we'll never be able to have a serious relationship". And I replied, "now that I do agree with; perhaps we should try an 'unserious' relationship". She pretty much did the running after that other than 2 bouts of ASD ("I don't want just sex") and I'd reply (genuinely) "I want female company, do theatre, arts, etc, and be friends, but also shag each other senseless". We were snogging after that. We agreed parameters for "friends with benefits" (inc. free to see other people - I think she genuinely wants a long term relationship). And I'm now my way back from hers! My thanks to all who've commented - genuinely really helped me. Thanks guys!
  36. 8 points
    Sgt Hartman

    Cowboy builder?

    Love it. "It is unclear whether or not building work was going on at the house..." Really? There's a fucking JCB sat inside of it, you raving arseclowns.
  37. 8 points
    A French letter, sounds promising
  38. 8 points
    Fischer

    The Slippery Slidey Olympics Thread

    To protect my identity I've airbrushed myself out of this photo.
  39. 8 points
    Frank Hovis

    The Sweden is fucked thread

    Israel is in a strong position because it explicitly recognises the enemy for what it is and behaves accordingly. Rather than regarding knife-wielding child-raping sunni muslims as "friends we haven't yet met".
  40. 7 points
    I the key one for me. The benefits that accompany having children (for those who aren't mug enough to work and pay taxes and fund the whole benefits cess pit) are huge. Do sixteen hours minimum wage and the tax credits bonanza means that you are seriously coining it. So if those benefits that come from having children are not being spent upon at least feeding those childen then they should be forfeit.
  41. 7 points
    whitevanman

    Islamification of Europe

    Remember: rapists are victims too. Well they bloody would be if DOSBODS had their way.
  42. 7 points
    Hail the Tripod

    Baby news

    Homophobes. That beautiful baby was probably made in a jam jar out of nothing more than true love.
  43. 7 points
    Hopeful

    They fuck you at the supermarket.

    More to the point, the supermarkets really do fuck you Most of the food is shit, I had an argument in a Waitrose last year. Elderly parents had bought some peaches and of course the peaches were like bullets and unsuitable for false teeth, and they rotted rather than ripened. I'd been spoiling for a fight for a while because supermarket fruit pisses me off so much that we rarely go to supermarkets now. So I took the peaches back. It just happened to be on a day when the top management were visiting the store, and the suited and booted happened to be in the fruit aisle. I went up with the rotten peaches and my penknife and I took a punnet from the shelves and carved a peach into quarters and challenged them to eat it saying "what use is produce like this?" their answer was 'this is what the public demands"
  44. 7 points
    I disagree, having a casual shag (or two) on the go while your looking for an proper girlfriend is the ideal situation since you can be more picky and objective when the sex angle is already covered. The extra confidence and DGAF a bloke has in this situation increases his attractiveness massively as a well, so its a win all round. On the other hand "saving yourself up" for the one create a downwards spiral of self doubt and desperation which scares women off.
  45. 7 points
    billfunk

    A National Conversation on Immigration

    My take: 15. What policy changes would the Government have to make, to gain your trust and support in its approach to migration. Please give your ideas in a couple of sentences. If we need Doctors in the UK then we need to start training them here. We can't claim shortages when we have a centuries-old medical tradition with a fantastic infrastructure of hospitals, universities and medical professionals. To say that the UK is implored to poach Doctors from other countries is a lie. Another lie is when companies say they cannot find British people to work for them. Prior to the neoliberal turn in the eighties, the mechanism for finding staff was to raise wages until demand was met. Immigration has replaced this. If a company was to offer a liveable wage then they would not struggle to find employees The fact is companies are desperate to pay people as little as possible and fight wage inflation any way they can. Most people see through this. 16. Is there anything else you’d like to add or suggest? It takes around £7k per person to run the country. If we import millions of people on low wages, often supplemented with tax credits and housing benefits, then we are in effect importing a fiscal deficit. If the current method of immigration adds so much wealth to the country why do the establishment rub austerity in our faces? Why does the national debt continue to grow? Why are our public services continually getting cut and under pressure? There is a disconnect here. Please point me to the great wealth immigration has generated.
  46. 7 points
    Virgil Caine

    The big Oxfam thread

    The best way to help poor countries in Africa and elsewhere is to buy their goods. Vietnam is touted as a Foreign Aid success but one suspects its economic growth has more to do with the general advance of south east Asian countries as manufacturing centres and the rise of China than the impact of aid money. The smug bastards in the Aid community are essentially latter day neo colonialists assuming the white mans burden for lesser breeds without the law. Given that mind set it is hardly surprising that they feel they have a droit de seigneur to shag all and sundry in the countries they visit. Really the mind set is probably the same as the old Colonial Service of the British Empire except the latter almost certainly had better morals and probably did more good to the people they administered
  47. 7 points
    I'm probably repeating myself here but we went in August 2014. We were about 90 mins from the airport and what a shithole the country is. It's lovely at the hotel when you arrive but the journey is pretty dire. I had a great time, although I didn't fancy venturing away from the hotel, however initially, upon returning, I thought I would want to go again and nearly booked. Then the attack in the museum occurred and I awful visions of going on that 90 minute bus journey once again, being pulled over, lined up and shot. It really felt like that could be a possibility. Then the attacks on the beach happened and there was no way I'd go back.
  48. 7 points
    Time machine and baseball bat, to beat some sense into my younger thick skull.
  49. 7 points
    SNACR

    Jo Cox Memorial Weekend

    Set off my wrong 'un detector from the minute he started making self-promoting tweets in the immediate aftermath of his wife's death.
  50. 7 points