Austin Allegro

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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from stokiescum in Jacob Rees-Mogg   
    West Yorkshire police are probably now asking people to report non-criminal, non-hate incidents. 
    On Twitter my favourite response was 'My nan called me a bellend, she didn't actually say it but implied it  with her eyes. Can I report her?'
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from the gardener in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    There was also Walter Tull, who played for Spurs and became the first black commissioned officer in HM forces during WW1.
    Yet the media likes us to think they were all banged up in chains on slave ships back then. 
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from the gardener in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    Black people before 1948 were generally regarded, as far as I can tell, as a bit of a curiousity but basically no different from the rest of us; it was their class and position in society that was more important than their skin colour. The real problems seemed to start when mass immigration started in the fifties. This caused rapid social change and competition for resources/jobs, which in turn caused resentment, so it is probably not so much a question of race but of integration.
    The open borders crowd can't accept this  because to do so would be to concede that open borders are not beneficial, so they have to push the idea that all objections to immigration are racial (and thus evil and wrong). 
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Harley in Today's google picture.   
    What made up my mind to avoid them was a video (on here I think) of some French bloke at some google meeting whining about 'low information voters',  basically saying that google had to force them to change their opinions because they were wrong.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Inoperational Bumblebee in Driving habits that annoy me intensely.   
    I've always assumed people got the idea for that from American films, where it takes ages to walk up the huge drive and back again. It's not really required when you're collecting someone from a two-up-two-down with no front garden in Chingford.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from crashmonitor in Islamification of Europe   
    Spike Milligan did a sketch about Pakistani Daleks, as I recall, and Victor Lewis Smith had a series of sketches called the Gay Daleks. They're quite a diverse bunch, that's probably why the So-Called BBC likes them. 
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Byron in Right To Repair   
    One way to reduce wastage would be to have component systems in most appliances. Eg, most of a washing machine is just a metal drum and casing. If all the circuitry etc could just be removed and replaced with some sort of cassette system, it would help the environment enormously. This has been the norm with hi-fi systems for decades. Bicycles too, if you think about it. Very few people would dump an entire bike if just the front wheel needed to be replaced.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Byron in Right To Repair   
    One way to reduce wastage would be to have component systems in most appliances. Eg, most of a washing machine is just a metal drum and casing. If all the circuitry etc could just be removed and replaced with some sort of cassette system, it would help the environment enormously. This has been the norm with hi-fi systems for decades. Bicycles too, if you think about it. Very few people would dump an entire bike if just the front wheel needed to be replaced.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Van Lady in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    I suspect what Micron (and whatever powers are actually behind his throne) is really afraid of is having to announce a GE as a national vote of confidence, like Heath did in the early 70s, because he knows that this time he'll probably lose and Le Pen will get in. 
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Fake beggars   
    They're moving the goalposts again. 'Complex lives' could mean anyone. Just like 'homeless' which used to mean sleeping rough, or maybe in a Salvation Army dosshouse at best. Now it's just a vague catch-all term, including people in what would one have been acceptable dwellings such as bed and breakfast houses. Same with the phrase 'fleeing poverty' which they are using to make economic migrants sound like they're running for their lives.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Van Lady in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    I agree but if all the GJs can offer is disruptions and violent protest, this will just lead to authoritarian clampdown by the government (which will be presented by the media in some sort of acceptable form for SJWs/globalists/Eurocrats).
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    Austin Allegro reacted to JFK in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    What a surprise.
    Man says he's not attracted to old hags.
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    Austin Allegro reacted to gibbon in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Guess what got released in 2011? Tinder. Good to see we're not just a bunch of mental cases making up hypergamy. Number of men not having sex 2011-2016 doubled. If the trend has continued that means by 2020 28% of prime age men wouldn't have had sex for a year. Fucking mental. The thirst is real. Notice how the female line barely moves.
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    Austin Allegro reacted to 201p in Something happening on the M6   
    They loaded the 2nd Referendum Ballot papers on the wrong truck, and can't find them.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Van Lady in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    I agree but if all the GJs can offer is disruptions and violent protest, this will just lead to authoritarian clampdown by the government (which will be presented by the media in some sort of acceptable form for SJWs/globalists/Eurocrats).
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from whocares in moped rider stabbed to death   
    My guess is it was because he queered the pitch of some local Mr Big, being from Nottingham he may not have realised he was a very small fish in a very big pond. He may even have stolen the moped from some local druglord or his moll, etc.
     Alternatively he might just have been in the wrong place at the wrong time - crashed the moped into some gangster's car and then sucked his teeth at him, or something.
     
     
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Van Lady in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    I suspect what Micron (and whatever powers are actually behind his throne) is really afraid of is having to announce a GE as a national vote of confidence, like Heath did in the early 70s, because he knows that this time he'll probably lose and Le Pen will get in. 
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from whocares in moped rider stabbed to death   
    My guess is it was because he queered the pitch of some local Mr Big, being from Nottingham he may not have realised he was a very small fish in a very big pond. He may even have stolen the moped from some local druglord or his moll, etc.
     Alternatively he might just have been in the wrong place at the wrong time - crashed the moped into some gangster's car and then sucked his teeth at him, or something.
     
     
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Fake beggars   
    They're moving the goalposts again. 'Complex lives' could mean anyone. Just like 'homeless' which used to mean sleeping rough, or maybe in a Salvation Army dosshouse at best. Now it's just a vague catch-all term, including people in what would one have been acceptable dwellings such as bed and breakfast houses. Same with the phrase 'fleeing poverty' which they are using to make economic migrants sound like they're running for their lives.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from McKay in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    This is an excellent talk with Peter Whittle, late of UKIP, and Robin Aitken, former BBC reporter, about  how BBC bias works. In fact it really sums up the whole cultural marxist/institutional leftism situation in the UK quite well. 
     
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Great Guy in Live of the working class in Victorian England   
    Welfare is one area where the supposedly 'progressive' left are actually very regressive and conservative, but they can't see it.
    Eg, I studied 'Social Policy' as a subsidiary at university and we were constantly told how awful things were in the 19th century and how welfare was so important because without it, we would all end up dead in gutters like Victorian urchins. The concept of welfare dependency or over-generous benefits simply did not arise, and when one undergraduate mentioned it in a tutorial, I remember him being ganged up on by other students.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Fake beggars   
    They're moving the goalposts again. 'Complex lives' could mean anyone. Just like 'homeless' which used to mean sleeping rough, or maybe in a Salvation Army dosshouse at best. Now it's just a vague catch-all term, including people in what would one have been acceptable dwellings such as bed and breakfast houses. Same with the phrase 'fleeing poverty' which they are using to make economic migrants sound like they're running for their lives.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Van Lady in Are prisons becoming too soft..?   
    I read somewhere that many habitual criminals don't mind prison, some even like it because it gives them a chance to get away from gangland feuds on their estates and frees them from nagging mothers/wives/girlfriends. Sort of a 'retreat' or 'rest cure' for them.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Fake beggars   
    They're moving the goalposts again. 'Complex lives' could mean anyone. Just like 'homeless' which used to mean sleeping rough, or maybe in a Salvation Army dosshouse at best. Now it's just a vague catch-all term, including people in what would one have been acceptable dwellings such as bed and breakfast houses. Same with the phrase 'fleeing poverty' which they are using to make economic migrants sound like they're running for their lives.
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    Austin Allegro got a reaction from Byron in Right To Repair   
    One way to reduce wastage would be to have component systems in most appliances. Eg, most of a washing machine is just a metal drum and casing. If all the circuitry etc could just be removed and replaced with some sort of cassette system, it would help the environment enormously. This has been the norm with hi-fi systems for decades. Bicycles too, if you think about it. Very few people would dump an entire bike if just the front wheel needed to be replaced.