PatronizingGit

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    PatronizingGit reacted to wherebee in Escape from LA   
    I've seen quite a few social media commentators say that the rioting and looting is expected given the murder of the black man by the policeman.
     
    When the cunts try this, ask why whites/Australians weren't rioting in the streets when this woman got shot in Minneapolis by a black cop from Somalia?
    https://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/verdict-in-police-shooting-death-of-unarmed-australian-woman-justine-ruszczyk-damond/news-story/6c7d152489328baf4f72e63761f04425
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    PatronizingGit reacted to wherebee in Escape from LA   
    I could hear a black man shouting 'fuck you nigger' at a black man in uniform.

    good job it wasn't a white man shouting 'fuck you nigger' at a black man in uniform, or it might have caused race riots.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to gibbon in Escape from LA   
    Across Western countries we'll see continued balkanization. Whites won't want to live around high crime non-whites and non-whites will continue to blame whites for their circumstances, egged on by (((those))) in the media. 
    p.s. you need to click and then zoom in on the image to read it as it won't let me insert it full size.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to wherebee in Escape from LA   
    completely agree.  I've interacted with cops in many western nations, and the yanks seem to have a higher level of unsuitables, in my view.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to JoeDavola in Escape from LA   
    I passed some cops on the street yeserday.
    Two of the blokes were overweight and didn't look like they could run the length of themselves, and there was a third woman cop who looked like she weighed all off 100lbs and looked like a little girl who had dressed up as a policeman for fancy dress.
    If these 3 came up against any real physical force they were truly fucked. Thankfully it was 3 cops against one skinny smackhead who could barely stand let alone fight.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to wherebee in Escape from LA   
    UK cops are light years away from 30 years ago.  I'd now see them as a mix of idiots, and weaklings, lead by political cowards who will approve any action as long as it doesn't threaten their pension.  
    every single cop in the UK needs sacking and reapplying for their job.  If they can't run 1 mile without stopping, and can't subdue someone single handed, they are not fit for duty.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to Boglet in Escape from LA   
    UK cops seem to be just as unsuitable, only for a different reason.
    More interest in pride marches and rainbow flags than police work.
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from mattydread in The asbolute state of Peterborough   
    Tories seem to think they might have 'some trouble' regaining Peterborough in the upcoming by-election
    https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2019/05/stewart-jackson-in-peterborough-one-tory-candidate-once-floored-an-opponent-this-contest-may-be-no-less-exciting.html
    Wonder why? buried in that article is this little factoid...
    In addition, mass EU migration and other demographic challenges have a big impact: seven in ten primary school children in the constituency don’t speak English as their first language, and that is a tough nut to crack for even the most inspiring educational leaders. Crime and in particular drugs-related offences and county lines are ever present as policing issues.
    7 out of 10...70 friggin percent
    In 2005, that figure was just over 17%, Btw. 
    https://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20120506060523/http://www.education.gov.uk/rsgateway/DB/SFR/s000574/index.shtml
    (Excel link, table 34, line 100)
    In 1999, 11%
    From 90% speaking English to 30% in two decades. 
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from HolyCow in Why do we need to pay tax if the Government can just print money?   
    I guess there's the supposition taxes can be targeted to those 'with the ability to pay' (actually a thing before Thatcher...really!) whereas simply printing money means the poor suffer as much as the rich. In reality...only the poor seem to suffer, given the only visible effect of money printing these last 10 years has been to boost asset prices while wages stagnate, and further elevate capital above labour. 
     
    Mish had some interesting graphs on how ineffective money printing is in achieving various outcomes.

    Seems like the 'least bad' form of money printing would literally be helicopter drops, certainly less bad than the handouts to bailout the already (undeserving) rich. 
     
    Still, inequality, productivity, sustainability...all these things seem to be old fashioned concerns. Their only economic concern nowadays seems 'keep the plates spinning. Ensure the perception of normality' 
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Straingone in Dominic Cummings   
    Its a bit like with Trump. Cummings comes off as a bit of a shit, but seeings how much the scumbags in the mainstream media lose their heads over anyone they deem marginally right of centre kind of endears him to me.
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Byron in Dominic Cummings   
    Its a bit like with Trump. Cummings comes off as a bit of a shit, but seeings how much the scumbags in the mainstream media lose their heads over anyone they deem marginally right of centre kind of endears him to me.
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from spygirl in Dominic Cummings   
    Its a bit like with Trump. Cummings comes off as a bit of a shit, but seeings how much the scumbags in the mainstream media lose their heads over anyone they deem marginally right of centre kind of endears him to me.
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Dominic Cummings   
    Its a bit like with Trump. Cummings comes off as a bit of a shit, but seeings how much the scumbags in the mainstream media lose their heads over anyone they deem marginally right of centre kind of endears him to me.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to Frank Hovis in Dominic Cummings   
    I'm glad he's rebuffed the media witch-hunt.
    You get these times when the media decides to flex its muscles to show how it can get people sacked by running story after story about why they should be sacked and wheeling out no mark after no mark to try to keep the story fresh.
    Not this time BBC and, surprisingly, yesterday's Daily Mail that I read which included half a dozen angles on why DC should be sacked.  You can tell that it now has a globalist / remained editor in Geordie Gregg.
    Well the combined propaganda of the globalist establishment mouthpieces has failed this time.
    Un-lucky.
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from janch in Is the University bubble about to burst?   
    When you compare the FTE ed till 18, the University bubble, disability claims rising x500 since 1980 and the self employed tax credit scams, you really end up asking yourself, like for like, did unemployment ever fall from its 1981 highs, or did we just put 2 of those 3 million into various benefits and full time educayshun
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    PatronizingGit reacted to Panther in Islamification of Europe   
    This should all have taken place in Lebanon, or even better, somewhere that has no Christian population at all.
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    PatronizingGit reacted to MrLibertyRedux in Islamification of Europe   
    I hope she's fucking staying in Lebanon.
    She should be arrested if she returns. All the crap everyone else is putting up with and we have to be presented with this shit.
    Beggars belief. As per usual.
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Loki in UK commercial property investment plummets 19%   
    20 years from now the councils will have turned all these sites into 'urban villages' (read, 30 storey tower blocks) for Pashtun warlords and their multitude of wives and 75 IQ somali scientists. Mark my words!
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Dogtania in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Our chancellor even looks like a cartoon. Mr Jug ears himself. Not sure who he reminds me of more. Plug out of the Beano of David Schneider. And his nickname is 'dishy rishi' Maybe in Hartlepool or somewhere where more than half a set of teeth is considered exotic.



     
     
     
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from AlfredTheLittle in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Companies going to town with the govt subsidy. Lass I'm working with on her furlough said her employer (a well known online travel company) is giving all staff full bonus'es they usually have little hope of getting unless top performers because their basic is £20k and...well, govt 80% limit doesnt kick in till £30k or so. 
    Another is getting paid for a summer job that she didnt even start (marking exam papers I think) purely because its being cancelled.
    Same as the bank bail outs a decade ago...take the money, no strings attached...in fact, only string is be as irresponsible as you were before.
     
    Of course, things like petrol duty suspension, council tax suspension, PAYE suspension would have been a lot less easy to abuse....
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from ThoughtCriminal in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Companies going to town with the govt subsidy. Lass I'm working with on her furlough said her employer (a well known online travel company) is giving all staff full bonus'es they usually have little hope of getting unless top performers because their basic is £20k and...well, govt 80% limit doesnt kick in till £30k or so. 
    Another is getting paid for a summer job that she didnt even start (marking exam papers I think) purely because its being cancelled.
    Same as the bank bail outs a decade ago...take the money, no strings attached...in fact, only string is be as irresponsible as you were before.
     
    Of course, things like petrol duty suspension, council tax suspension, PAYE suspension would have been a lot less easy to abuse....
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Frank Hovis in UK commercial property investment plummets 19%   
    20 years from now the councils will have turned all these sites into 'urban villages' (read, 30 storey tower blocks) for Pashtun warlords and their multitude of wives and 75 IQ somali scientists. Mark my words!
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from Hardhat in Is the University bubble about to burst?   
    When you compare the FTE ed till 18, the University bubble, disability claims rising x500 since 1980 and the self employed tax credit scams, you really end up asking yourself, like for like, did unemployment ever fall from its 1981 highs, or did we just put 2 of those 3 million into various benefits and full time educayshun
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    PatronizingGit got a reaction from gibbon in UK commercial property investment plummets 19%   
    20 years from now the councils will have turned all these sites into 'urban villages' (read, 30 storey tower blocks) for Pashtun warlords and their multitude of wives and 75 IQ somali scientists. Mark my words!
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    PatronizingGit reacted to spygirl in Islamification of Europe   
    I see you've not spent much time with Mipuris....