sleepwello'nights

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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Man stabbed on train   
    But if ginger people were statistically over represented in crime statistics then its likely they would be. 
     
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Next PM   
    He's the Stokiescum of the tory party 
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to Funn3r in Qanon: high level intel, AI or LARP?!   
    Didn't see that announcement but it sounds like a lot of trouble for the reportedly routine large numbers of illegal entrants, who they don't even seem to bother with much in terms of engaging the existing legal system.
    No I shall tell myself it's all about hoping certain people I don't like getting videod in orange overalls. 
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Boris the faux Brexiteer   
    The presentation cemented my opinion of Farage and confirmed remarks made by Gerard Batten about Farage. The speaker articulated my thoughts and gave me lots of ammunition to use to explain why the Brexit Party was given so much airtime and support from the complicit media.
    They certainly achieved their prime objective as a pressure relief valve without being able to have any influence on the trajectory of British politics. And managed to all but annihilate UKIP.
    I do have concerns about Mark Collett's political views and his past membership of the BNP. Unfortunately I do feel that policies being followed by the establishment and ConLabLib will break the cohesion of British Society, maybe not in my lifetime but most certainly in my grand children's if not my children's. I'm more convinced that UKIP should gain more support. They stand for free speech and the liberal values I have grown up with.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from One percent in Boris the faux Brexiteer   
    The presentation cemented my opinion of Farage and confirmed remarks made by Gerard Batten about Farage. The speaker articulated my thoughts and gave me lots of ammunition to use to explain why the Brexit Party was given so much airtime and support from the complicit media.
    They certainly achieved their prime objective as a pressure relief valve without being able to have any influence on the trajectory of British politics. And managed to all but annihilate UKIP.
    I do have concerns about Mark Collett's political views and his past membership of the BNP. Unfortunately I do feel that policies being followed by the establishment and ConLabLib will break the cohesion of British Society, maybe not in my lifetime but most certainly in my grand children's if not my children's. I'm more convinced that UKIP should gain more support. They stand for free speech and the liberal values I have grown up with.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from JFK in End to free TV licenses for over 75s   
    I'd be interested to see some of the income and expenditure accounts for some of these struggling pensioners. My wife and I are both in receipt of state pension. We could live relatively comfortably on them if we had to. Granted they include additional pension elements not just the basic pension, even so. We live in the South East and in our own house, so not one of the least expensive areas in the UK. 
    When I say live relatively comfortably on them I'm looking at the basic standard of living we would have. we'd certainly have enough to eat, heat the house, pay our council tax, phone/broadband, insurance, water rates and other essentials. If we didn't own our house then we'd most likely qualify for additional support for housing costs.
    If the TV Licence was an issue then I'd cancel it and listen to the radio or read books instead. That is if there is still a public library nearby. 
    What rankles though is the largesse of the government for those who choose the benefits lifestyle and the encouragement of immigration for those who do not benefit our way of life. I would prefer those who enrich and diversify our country to contribute to it not just drive us around in taxis, wash our cars and provide alternative cuisine.
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to satch in Boris the wife beater   
    Boris and Carrie need to move out for the next month as there will be microphones taped to every wall and recorders on 24/7 hoping for another argument or tasty bit of gossip. I note the neighbour took his recording to the Guardian, he should have kept quiet and if he was so concerned just given the recording to the police. Boris needs to sue these bastard neighbours ... but after he becomes PM.
    Anyway the questions have just come in for the hustings.
    Will we leave the EU on 31 October?
    Is there going to a Customs Union?
    But the real questions we want answering are.
    Did you have make up sex with Carrie?
    Is she the pure filth that she looks to be?
    Would she make stokie blush?
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Women punching above their weight.   
    He looks very effeminate to me..
     
    She has always looked fucking scary to me. She must have a beautiful mind.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from One percent in Women punching above their weight.   
    Behind every successful man is a surprised scheming woman. 
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to Virgil Caine in May's Bunker   
    Brown probably did the most damage in term of policies enacted. May is doing more damage in terms of undermining the political fabric of the UK. Any sane PM in her position would have jacked it in months ago but Treason May appears to be unhinged so we may have to wait for the people in white coats to take her way.
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to Horrified Onlooker in May's Bunker   
    She has most certainly made the Tories unelectable against the most deluded Labour party in a generation.
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to Frank Hovis in Windrush   
    So not a "generation", and they were relocating for cash.
    It's hardly honourable or worthy of note.
    I know somebody who has been doing old people's gardens, for free, for forty years.
    Now he does deserve a memorial.
    Tbh he may get one as the local paper picked up on this a while ago.
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to crashmonitor in Windrush   
    All men are created equal, but special recognition and status reserved for minorities.
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to PatronizingGit in Windrush   
    They didnt rebuild anything really. In almost all cases, often throw no fault of their own, they were related to being streetsweeps, bus conductors, and porters. Even if they wanted to, they werent generally doing anything above the most mential, low value jobs.
     
    Conversely, as the country of Birth statistics in the census attest to, there were hundreds of thousands of Poles, Irish and Italians here after the war. More babies were born to Irish mothers in the UK in the 60s than the west indies and South Asia combined. If anyone foreign helped rebuild Britain, it was other Europeans. Argurably, West Indians simply exacerbated housing shortages and prolonged rationing. 
     
     
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from PatronizingGit in Windrush   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48724128
    I found this article profoundly depressing. I have no reason to dislike the West Indians who answered the call of our government to come to the UK and help us rebuild after the war. But why do we the establishment adulate them.  
    How many memorials are there to Western Europeans around the world to celebrate the example we gave them of civil administration and the philosophy of the enlightenment that led to the greatest advances in the spread of civilization on our planet. The advances in medicine, technology, engineering. Instead we celebrate those who were needed as porters, cleaners, drivers and nurses – jobs paying so badly that few whites wanted them. 
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Turned Out Nice Again in Extinction rebellion?   
    Hold on, she was uninvited and therefore a trespasser. The law allows you to use reasonable force to remove a trespasser. He used reasonable force to eject her. End of.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Southmartin in Next PM   
    He's the Stokiescum of the tory party 
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to Frank Hovis in Windrush   
    Quite. Migrating to another country in order to quadruple your wage is hardly heroic behaviour.
    It is called being mercenary.
    Maybe we should put up a memorial to me because I have moved around the country to take better paying jobs. How noble and heroic of me to do so.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Great Guy in Windrush   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48724128
    I found this article profoundly depressing. I have no reason to dislike the West Indians who answered the call of our government to come to the UK and help us rebuild after the war. But why do we the establishment adulate them.  
    How many memorials are there to Western Europeans around the world to celebrate the example we gave them of civil administration and the philosophy of the enlightenment that led to the greatest advances in the spread of civilization on our planet. The advances in medicine, technology, engineering. Instead we celebrate those who were needed as porters, cleaners, drivers and nurses – jobs paying so badly that few whites wanted them. 
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Windrush   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48724128
    I found this article profoundly depressing. I have no reason to dislike the West Indians who answered the call of our government to come to the UK and help us rebuild after the war. But why do we the establishment adulate them.  
    How many memorials are there to Western Europeans around the world to celebrate the example we gave them of civil administration and the philosophy of the enlightenment that led to the greatest advances in the spread of civilization on our planet. The advances in medicine, technology, engineering. Instead we celebrate those who were needed as porters, cleaners, drivers and nurses – jobs paying so badly that few whites wanted them. 
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Fully Detached in It's Kicking off in Iran   
    From what I hear the Iranian people are unhappy with the regime imposed on them by the mullahs. The Iranians I have spoken to in the UK tell me that their relatives in Iran wish the mullahs gone. 
    It is a shame Obama allowed the relaxation of the sanctions regime, and delayed the inexorable desire to return to normality. Trump must continue with draining the swamp and leave the warmongers and military industrial complex exposed for what they are.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Fischer in It's Kicking off in Iran   
    From what I hear the Iranian people are unhappy with the regime imposed on them by the mullahs. The Iranians I have spoken to in the UK tell me that their relatives in Iran wish the mullahs gone. 
    It is a shame Obama allowed the relaxation of the sanctions regime, and delayed the inexorable desire to return to normality. Trump must continue with draining the swamp and leave the warmongers and military industrial complex exposed for what they are.
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    sleepwello'nights reacted to MvR in It's Kicking off in Iran   
    An interesting 4D chess analysis I read was that he has neocon hawks like John Bolton in his cabinet deliberately to make the threat of US action more real, thereby make adversaries less likely to provoke the US too far. He also gets to play good cop in a good cop/bad cop routine, which would help negotiating a peace.
    I think his business experience has given him a better instinct for this kind of posturing and mind games than the average president. 
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from JFK in Extinction rebellion?   
    How would security have removed her?
    She was restrained and marched out of the room, she was not struck or hit at all. Why the accusation of assault, she was confronted nor was she given any time to fear that she would be physically harmed, she was restrained and marched out. I doubt a member of the security team would have acted any differently.
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    sleepwello'nights got a reaction from Anglepoise in Next PM   
    He's the Stokiescum of the tory party