Bkkandrew

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    Bkkandrew reacted to Southmartin in Deutsche doing a Lehmans?   
    Exactly
    Now why isn't this happening in Iceland I wonder... oh yes
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    Bkkandrew reacted to SpectrumFX in Deutsche doing a Lehmans?   
    On the contrary. They learned their lesson very well. 
    Unfortunately the lesson they were given was do whatever the fuck you want, the government will throw the plebs under the bus to save you, and you get to keep your massive bonuses either way.
    Time to put some bankers in jail I think.
     
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    Bkkandrew reacted to goldbug9999 in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Not everyone can fight every battle, TR has insight into the muzzer situation because that is the environment he grew up in.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Virgil Caine in Epstein   
    None of this is new.
    Child prostitution was not uncommon in Victorian England but that was far too mundane for more fervid imaginations so there were plenty of “penny dreadfuls” vying to outdo each other by adding new levels of sensation to the mix. So there were tales of innocent virgins being abducted and locked in sound proofed dungeons where they became the sexual playthings of decadent aristocrats etc. The rather more banal reality was that rich men simply used their money to procure poor young girls ( and boys) to do their sexual bidding. That is probably pretty much what Epstein and his chums have been doing but clearly it is too dull for some people  who  want something out of a Dennis Wheatley novel instead. And of course this reaction actually plays into the hands of these grubby sexual predators as their lawyers will have no trouble disproving the more lurid tales and they will then be able to use that fact to try to discredit real accounts of exploitation and abuse.
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from Fischer in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Nowadays I don’t have much time. This feature disappearing means that I don’t get to spend so much time posting now also, as it is time consuming working out where you got to on a thread, whereas before it was easy to use that function.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Sooo, attack a police officer and receive a suspended sentence, stand outside a court trying to bring the issue of mass grooming paedophile rape gangs to wider attention and get nine months. 
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    Bkkandrew reacted to The Generation Game 🙌 in Tommy Robinson thread   
    An appropriate post for Bastille day. 
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from Stunley Andwin in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Busy with other stuff, but a few points and corrections.
    1. Belmarsh (and Cat A generally) is often viewed as a benefit in terms of conditions for prisoners, as the additional security, rules and high risk element means that they have more facilities. 
    For example, as the regime wants to avoid unnecessary movements within the prison, the statutory entitlements, such as gyms, are localised on each wing.
    It is actually the Home Office that wants to incentivise lower classification of prisoners, as the immense cost of Cat A (£100K+pa) compares poorly with the £20K annual cost of Cat C.
    2. TR’s civil offence status will be a real headache for a Cat A establishment to administer, as I suspect that it will be the first time they have to apply the status to their regime for some while.
    3. If he stays in Belmarsh, it is hard to see how his HDC (Tag) can be processed, as technically under HDC, you are still in prison, but at home. How that could work from a Cat A (by definition maximum security) is unclear.
    4. Release under licence is actually still serving the sentence imposed by the court, but under licence in the community. Therefore it is technically correct to say 9 months prison, etc., etc.
    5. For those considering writing to TR, I would suggest the email service emailaprisoner.com (I think), as it’s cheaper and same day receiving in normal circumstances. The only disadvantage of this is that you can’t send an SAE in, which is required for him to write back. This is because there is a limit of expenditure he can make per week and using that up on postage stamps is not a bright idea.
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Busy with other stuff, but a few points and corrections.
    1. Belmarsh (and Cat A generally) is often viewed as a benefit in terms of conditions for prisoners, as the additional security, rules and high risk element means that they have more facilities. 
    For example, as the regime wants to avoid unnecessary movements within the prison, the statutory entitlements, such as gyms, are localised on each wing.
    It is actually the Home Office that wants to incentivise lower classification of prisoners, as the immense cost of Cat A (£100K+pa) compares poorly with the £20K annual cost of Cat C.
    2. TR’s civil offence status will be a real headache for a Cat A establishment to administer, as I suspect that it will be the first time they have to apply the status to their regime for some while.
    3. If he stays in Belmarsh, it is hard to see how his HDC (Tag) can be processed, as technically under HDC, you are still in prison, but at home. How that could work from a Cat A (by definition maximum security) is unclear.
    4. Release under licence is actually still serving the sentence imposed by the court, but under licence in the community. Therefore it is technically correct to say 9 months prison, etc., etc.
    5. For those considering writing to TR, I would suggest the email service emailaprisoner.com (I think), as it’s cheaper and same day receiving in normal circumstances. The only disadvantage of this is that you can’t send an SAE in, which is required for him to write back. This is because there is a limit of expenditure he can make per week and using that up on postage stamps is not a bright idea.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Tommy Robinson thread   
    He is still their former leader.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to maynardgravy in Epstein   
    I think what they've actually been banging on about is the world is run by the people who put these blackmailed sexual deviants, with very little in the way of other skill sets, in positions to manipulate.
    Epstein is nothing but a henchman, a pimp. We may well get a list of perverts exposed, but I doubt we'll get any where near the people he's beholden to.
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from The Generation Game 🙌 in Tommy Robinson thread   
    What about my feelings? I feel I cannot travel back to my birth country for fear of arbitrary arrest and imprisonment by virtue of my views and beliefs.
    I seemingly can’t send the people responsible to the Old Bailey, can I...?
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Virgil Caine in Epstein   
    Maybe they can find the money Maxwell nicked from his employees Pension Schemes while they are at it.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Virgil Caine in Qanon: high level intel, AI or LARP?!   
    Epstein’s mistake was not up setting  his orgy resort in Rochdale, Rotherham, Telford etc using the local procuring service. 
     
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    Bkkandrew reacted to One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Of course it’s bloody scripted. They are all told what to say. 
    What really brought that home to me was LBC. A few years ago, not that many, they could have been dosbodders in the way they reported the news. Overnight, literally, they went full on message. Islam good, white people bad, straight out of animal farm. 
    Add to that, there is not one dissenting voice in the whole of the legacy media. Not one. 
    Think about that. 
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from montecristo in Age Gaps   
    She’s too old for me if that’s the question..
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from JFK in What are you drinking Now   
    Sister in law (who works for the brewery), brought them round for me to, ahem, test!
  19. Cheers
    Bkkandrew reacted to spygirl in Putin - Hits nail on the head.   
    We'll fuck him.
    We've sent a deep undercover spy, codename Anthraxvag to deal with him , acting as a classic honeypot.
     

     
    Compare that with a few years ago.

    Look at her top. That dirty little red had his hands down there. Look at the smiles - he's showed her his rouble, took her up the borsch....
    Top photo is pure - Oh god! Did I really have sex with 'that'!'
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Tdog in Putin - Hits nail on the head.   
    Seen interviews where its been translated, always comes across as someone who speaks a lot of common sense.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-48795764
    "[Liberals] cannot simply dictate anything to anyone," said Mr Putin, who has served as president for nearly two decades.He added that liberalism conflicted with "the interests of the overwhelming majority of the population," and took aim at German Chancellor Angela Merkel for allowing large numbers of refugees to settle in Germany.
    "This liberal idea presupposes that nothing needs to be done. That migrants can kill, plunder and rape with impunity because their rights as migrants have to be protected."
    Mr Putin, 66, also said Russia had "no problems with LGBT persons… but some things do appear excessive to us".
    "They claim now that children can play five or six gender roles," he continued.
    "Let everyone be happy, we have no problem with that. But this must not be allowed to overshadow the culture, traditions and traditional family values of millions of people making up the core population."
    Neoliberal doesnt hit nail on head -
    But EU President Donald Tusk lashed out at Mr Putin on Friday, telling reporters he "strongly [disagreed]" with his sentiments on liberalism.
    "Whoever claims that liberal democracy is obsolete also claims that freedoms are obsolete, that the rule of law is obsolete and that human rights are obsolete," said Mr Tusk.
    "What I find really obsolete are authoritarianism, personality cults, the rule of oligarchs, even if sometimes they may seem effective," he added.
  21. Informative
    Bkkandrew reacted to Virgil Caine in PreYounger Dryas Civilisations and the Archaeological Establishment   
    One of the quick ways for a civilisation to collapse is to be too dependent on a small set of resources or technology that might fail.  If that resource or technology is used to over invest in complexity (ie large interdependent systems , unwieldy infrastructure,bureaucracies etc) to tackle any problems it faces then the collapse could be total. How quickly civilisation recovers rather depends on the bedrock on which it is constructed. Largely peasant or agrarian civilisations seem to be pretty robust providing the basic natural environment does not change too fundamentally. This is why Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia were able to flourish long term despite a lot of vicissitudes. Similarly medieval Europe may have been traumatised and changed by the huge loss of life accompanying the  Black Death but its structure did not completely dissolve.
    Our civilisation built around fossil fuels and industrial automation is showing worrying cracks. It is also increasingly over reliant on IT and its associated networks which itself has a number of  potential catastrophic failure point's. Moreover, the issues it faces regarding demographics, energy, climate seem to be generating all those features of social over complexity, interdependency and bureaucracy that Tainter identified as possible precursors to failure. As the edifice starts to crumble governing elites tend to rely on increasingly authoritarian methods to maintain social cohesion which is another feature we are currently seeing. In fact as Tainter recognised the failure of human civilisation may be built into the way it operates so while there is a tendency to blame external factors like wars, droughts, disease etc the real cause is the mechanism by which it evolves.
    With regard to industrial civilisation we dont have any real world examples of collapse. If there were similar industrial civilisations in past human history we have not found any trace of them in the archaeological record from the period they might have existed. That either means they were not there or they collapsed so utterly that they left little more than the vaguest shadows in human consciousness. Given our current situation it is a question that ought to be investigated but I doubt the funding for such archaeological research is going to be forthcoming and no academic archaeologist is going to go out on a limb in this area. 
     
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from PatronizingGit in Holocaust Denial   
    Turning to the original question, the most definitive explanation of the period was given by David Irving. His message was that the 6M figure wasn’t far off, but the actual places of most killing were the camps much further to the East that were destroyed by the retreating Nazis and too far into the Soviet Bloc for the site’s to be properly analysed.
     
    Irving’s conclusion was that Auschwitz was used as a poster boy for the holocaust, simply because of its location, when the reality was that most of the buildings there today were constructed after the war and the buildings in use during the war could have only killed a relatively small number of people.
     
    Of course, as the official narrative was questioned (not actually in scale or result, just the details), the holocaust industry set about destroying the man.
     
    In preparation of writing this post I looked up his Wiki entry. Reading it reminds me of some of the descriptions given of society’s enemies in ‘V for Vendetta’. That tells me all I need to know on the subject.
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    Bkkandrew got a reaction from gilf in Holocaust Denial   
    Turning to the original question, the most definitive explanation of the period was given by David Irving. His message was that the 6M figure wasn’t far off, but the actual places of most killing were the camps much further to the East that were destroyed by the retreating Nazis and too far into the Soviet Bloc for the site’s to be properly analysed.
     
    Irving’s conclusion was that Auschwitz was used as a poster boy for the holocaust, simply because of its location, when the reality was that most of the buildings there today were constructed after the war and the buildings in use during the war could have only killed a relatively small number of people.
     
    Of course, as the official narrative was questioned (not actually in scale or result, just the details), the holocaust industry set about destroying the man.
     
    In preparation of writing this post I looked up his Wiki entry. Reading it reminds me of some of the descriptions given of society’s enemies in ‘V for Vendetta’. That tells me all I need to know on the subject.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Austin Allegro in The Germany is fucked thread   
    Whilst I do not wish ill on anyone I find it hard to have any sympathy for her. She has caused huge long-term problems for Germany and the wider continent of Europe by her open-door invitation to migrants.
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    Bkkandrew reacted to Mirror Mirror in The Germany is fucked thread   
    The German Bundestag has passed a new law which in theory should make deportation of failed 'asylum seekers' easier (sorry no link)
    The AFD have questioned whether it will actually increase the number of successful deportations though.
    372 MPs voted in favour, 159 against, and there were 111 abstentions. Filiz Polat of the Green Party said it was a black day for democracy.
    I would love to ask her what it is about democracy (372 vs 159) that she doesn't understand.