Alonso Quijano

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    Alonso Quijano reacted to twocents in Tommy Robinson thread   
    It was incongruous the way he was pointing out the child rapes in their area that he, like any normal decent person, is fighting against (and it has to be said fighting against heavy odds) but they weren't prepared to listen or discuss it ignoring the issue and just wanting to keep viciously and hatefully insulting him come what may.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Muslim parents lead group of 300 in protest outside school gates against equality lessons on homosexuality and gender   
    Jess Phillips asked a protest organiser, who does not have a child at this school, but has a niece and nephew attending, " Why are you here ? "
    Fair come back from him " Why are you here ? "
    The school is not within her constituency.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to The Masked Tulip in Muslim parents lead group of 300 in protest outside school gates against equality lessons on homosexuality and gender   
    The vocal LGBTQ community have been incredibly stupid being pro mass immigration from muslim countries. Their hysteria against borders will, I suspect, result in their eventual persecution in all areas of life as muslims assert themselves more and more. I fear that a great many gay people will be pushed out of jobs, physically attacked and murdered in the decades to come.
    100 years from I do not believe that there will be one openly gay person in the UK. No rainbow coloured police cars either.
    People are fools. This is a repeat of 1930's Nazism again. Just a different ideology.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to JackieO in European Election: How will you vote?   
    The Irish need to vote for this MAN and MEN like him
     
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Gloommonger in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Excellent video. Very eloquent speakers. No wonder the liblabcon are closing down his social media. If these videos go viral, the working class may start doing their own research and Labour will be screwed.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to JFK in Brexit Party - European Elections   
    Oh you mean the poor terrified muzzer who was just happening to be around TR at the time and his hand slipped ... who was later led away by plod and let go ... no charges for him, he's one of the 'special type of people' who are blessed and can do wrong as their religion of peace forbids it etc etc.
    ... on the other hand let's see this fine figure of a 'man'
    https://order-order.com/2019/05/20/farage-milkshake-thrower-unmasked/
     
     
    The usual physiognomy of the idiot foot soldiers of the globalists.
    Fatty out of shape - check
    Douchey beard/neckbeard - check
    Working in low end job - check
    Low IQ - check
    Low Testosterone - check
    SJW / liebore / identity politics - check
     
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to XswampyX in Tommy Robinson thread   
    God help us!
     
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to twocents in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Even without the evident gunshot(s) and the claimed stabbing that video is terrifying and would be especially so to all normal UK people.  The pack animal behaviour of those masked men in viciously attacking a young boy by himself in close proximity to the police who do nothing to help or intervene is very concerning.  A total loss of control by those who claim to serve and protect.
    Not only do the police emerge very badly from that but also groups like the Counter-Terrorism group that are supposed to be in every major city along with Cobra in again allowing lives to be put at risk through men of violence and terror attacking TR's election rally and and also allowing the rally and the democratic process to be interfered with and cut short.  Not to mention local politicians, those in Parliament along with the MSM government journalists.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Kilham in Islamification of Europe   
    The irony of the ITV News story about rampant Islamophobia was that what followed were the inquest stories from the London Bridge "attacks". A little earlier on BBC News was a first interview with little Saffi Rousso's mother - 6 weeks in a coma before she learned her daughter had died - and father 2 years on from Manchester Area "attack". Neither report mentioned Islam, terrorists or murder. Elsewhere there are trials for mass child rape by these animals... And they wonder why we are fearful and believe we have a problem with Muslims.
    A phobia is an irrational fear. The unease is entirely rational. MPs making talk of it verboten with some twisted definition might protect some, it won't protect the sane majority.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from whocares in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Hope so. Something has to force a change from acceptance and appeasement.
    We excuse, make allowance for and accommodate Muslims more than any tribe. It is neither healthy for us nor them. They will not integrate or be British; in time they will have the votes to do real damage with their own people in power.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Kilham in European Election: How will you vote?   
    We are at a Change Moment, modern LibLabCon politics has had a light shine on it and has been exposed. The media too, especially the So-Called BBC, has been exposed as liars and propaganda merchants. The Brexit vote clearly at 52-48 wasn't quite decisive enough (Cox factor important, likely to have been 55-45).
    Our Democracy, freedoms and way of life are under threat. A message needs to be sent and the current order decimated. If a charismatic, populist like Farage is what we need to achieve this; so be it.
    Outlier Messengers like Watson, Sargon, Robinson, Batten... are helping change stifled minds. And thank goodness for Trump (and his successes).
    The moment is now. Those in power, if left will become more desperate, more Draconian... I would fear for the free internet.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Virgil Caine in Trump's progress   
    Protectionism is obviously not the answer for Germany because it runs a fucking massive trade surplus protected by the EU and assisted by the Euro.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Frank Hovis in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Left and right are utterly meaningless terms these days. The battle is between globalists and nationalists.
    Globalists call all nationalists far right.
    I am now far right in the sense that it is currently used by the media; as are most people I know and about 99% of people I grew up with.
    You don't have to be racist to be far right, you don't have to want to bring back the death penalty, impose martial law, fight a war, imprison beggars, bring back the workhouse, or make all medical treatment only available to those who can pay for it.
    You just need to oppose globalism and there you are: far right.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from sarahbell in Eurovision 2019   
    UK came last with 12 points. The song was pants, however for years now we are getting nowhere in the voting. Irony that most songs are in English. Lots of professional writers writing to order (Swedish pop writers everywhere). Competition was more fun back when it was more nationalist and culturally reflective. Having become samey it has to stand out by ever more bizarre SJW wokeness.
    Nul points.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from billfunk in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Hope so. Something has to force a change from acceptance and appeasement.
    We excuse, make allowance for and accommodate Muslims more than any tribe. It is neither healthy for us nor them. They will not integrate or be British; in time they will have the votes to do real damage with their own people in power.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Hope so. Something has to force a change from acceptance and appeasement.
    We excuse, make allowance for and accommodate Muslims more than any tribe. It is neither healthy for us nor them. They will not integrate or be British; in time they will have the votes to do real damage with their own people in power.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Great Guy in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Hope so. Something has to force a change from acceptance and appeasement.
    We excuse, make allowance for and accommodate Muslims more than any tribe. It is neither healthy for us nor them. They will not integrate or be British; in time they will have the votes to do real damage with their own people in power.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Great Guy in Tommy Robinson thread   
    To be frank, this is more likely to boost the chance that TR becomes a MEP....
    If people really want to defeat TR they should debate with him and show why he's wrong. Throwing eggs and stones at families just makes these people look like thugs. 
    I'd imagine many of the silent majority have decided to vote for TR after this.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Mirror Mirror in Islamification of Europe   
    What if the woman were the patient, and the area to be examined were under the veil? Do we go back to the dark ages, when the patient indicates on a dummy the area of concern, and the doctor is forbidden to touch her, or even ask her to remove the veil?
    What if I go to my GP and the doctor is a veiled muslim woman, and I cant communicate with her? Am I had up for racism if I request to see another doctor?
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to dgul in Eurovision 2019   
    God, yet another Eurovision metaphor of the EU.
    'We'll give you a public vote, but be under no illusion that it'll actually make any difference -- the winners will be the ones the Eurovision people decide, not the plebians'
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from twocents in European Election: How will you vote?   
    We are at a Change Moment, modern LibLabCon politics has had a light shine on it and has been exposed. The media too, especially the So-Called BBC, has been exposed as liars and propaganda merchants. The Brexit vote clearly at 52-48 wasn't quite decisive enough (Cox factor important, likely to have been 55-45).
    Our Democracy, freedoms and way of life are under threat. A message needs to be sent and the current order decimated. If a charismatic, populist like Farage is what we need to achieve this; so be it.
    Outlier Messengers like Watson, Sargon, Robinson, Batten... are helping change stifled minds. And thank goodness for Trump (and his successes).
    The moment is now. Those in power, if left will become more desperate, more Draconian... I would fear for the free internet.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Rave in Eurovision 2019   
    I personally think that Somebody Like You is an execrable dirge with no redeeming musical features whatsoever; and though that is of course no barrier to Eurovision success, I don't think Adele is that popular outside of the UK and US?
    I personally think that Eurovision very much should be about actual pop (as in popular, rather than musically worthy). I want to see a mix of throwaway songs presented with great staging, with a few oddities thrown in for the laughs. My hot take is that the essence of Eurovision has actually been diminished by the complete cultural victory of the LGBQT+ rights movement across Europe (which in every other respect I see as a cause for celebration). Eurovision's always been about the gays; but when an Israeli transsexual won the popular vote across Europe 20 years ago (albeit with easily the best song in Eurovision history) it really was a remarkable moment; whereas now nobody (quite rightly) bats an eyelid, and entries like the French one are preaching to an audience that was converted many years ago.
    I really think they should do away with the professional juries again. I couldn't care less if neighbouring countries all vote for each other, and I figure that if 'music professionals' knew more about music than the common man, then there wouldn't be so much shite music around. There's still enough diversity of musical taste across Europe and the near east that I reckon you'd end up with a reasonably diverse selection of musical offerings in the final. By far the best moment of the night for me was the look on the Norwegian girl's face when the public votes were announced- it was magical, and I thought they would have been much more worthy winners than the bore-fest that won thanks to the efforts of the 'professionals'
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from the gardener in European Election: How will you vote?   
    We are at a Change Moment, modern LibLabCon politics has had a light shine on it and has been exposed. The media too, especially the So-Called BBC, has been exposed as liars and propaganda merchants. The Brexit vote clearly at 52-48 wasn't quite decisive enough (Cox factor important, likely to have been 55-45).
    Our Democracy, freedoms and way of life are under threat. A message needs to be sent and the current order decimated. If a charismatic, populist like Farage is what we need to achieve this; so be it.
    Outlier Messengers like Watson, Sargon, Robinson, Batten... are helping change stifled minds. And thank goodness for Trump (and his successes).
    The moment is now. Those in power, if left will become more desperate, more Draconian... I would fear for the free internet.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from S Brule in European Election: How will you vote?   
    We are at a Change Moment, modern LibLabCon politics has had a light shine on it and has been exposed. The media too, especially the So-Called BBC, has been exposed as liars and propaganda merchants. The Brexit vote clearly at 52-48 wasn't quite decisive enough (Cox factor important, likely to have been 55-45).
    Our Democracy, freedoms and way of life are under threat. A message needs to be sent and the current order decimated. If a charismatic, populist like Farage is what we need to achieve this; so be it.
    Outlier Messengers like Watson, Sargon, Robinson, Batten... are helping change stifled minds. And thank goodness for Trump (and his successes).
    The moment is now. Those in power, if left will become more desperate, more Draconian... I would fear for the free internet.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to dgul in Eurovision 2019   
    Perhaps Eurovision perfectly reflects the state of the EU.
    In the past it was 'exciting', with multiple acts representing the different cultural shapes of the different countries being represented.  With the show acting as a curiosity, highlighting 'differentness' and at the same time showing that despite all our differences we're all the same (but very much different).  It was also an understated affair, without any pretensions of being serious;  it was what it needed to be, but no more.  
    These days it has changed.  It appears as a homogeneous mix, with the acts, while being clearly different, having no cultural identify other than 'Eurovision'.  Each act is the same, seemingly highlighting that we're all the same, but actually only highlighting that Eurovision is different than 'normal'; no matter what cultural identity we have in all our different countries' music, there's this thing that's called Eurovision that is different and (perhaps) unique.  Looking at the audience and the media representation, it also suggests that there's a minority that has a dogmatic following, fully believing in the power (musical aesthetic) of Eurovision, despite the 'common man' not really getting what's going on at all, and certainly not benefiting from the exposure to the different music in Eurovision.  Finally, it is now a serious affair, with (very) big money spent (Madonna!) to support Eurovision as being a good thing, yet without there being any basis for that huge expense in art or cultural expression or musical quality -- Like most government departments, it isn't good enough to simply exist to service a need -- It needs to be ever greater because it needs to be ever greater, irrespective of the actual needs. 
    And Madonna was rubbish.