Alonso Quijano

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    Alonso Quijano reacted to M S E Refugee in Barely functioning alcoholic   
    It is beyond belief that this nasty old blootered bureaucrat gets almost no ridicule from the British media or any of our alleged comedians.
    The the Remoaners seem quite happy for this Alcoholic to shape the future of our nation, it is beginning to feel rather hopeless for all of us.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Van Lady in EU treaties and UK constitution   
    Lisbon, signed by Brown, was a big one, real step change - though it did contain Article 50.
    There was a very good thread on Twitter which went through all the treaties and what they meant and how they progressed the EU Project. Perhaps someone can find it... Might be this guy StatisticusCollegium (@verumandverus): https://twitter.com/verumandverus?s=09
    The EU came into being in 1992 with the Maastricht Treaty, which Major (wonder what he's up to these days?) signed... real inroads into sovereignty and supremacy (accession of power) began there.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to twocents in Bye bye Treason May?   
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    Interesting.
    Apparently the letters don't go directly to Graham Brady of the 1922 Committee which is surprising even shocking.  They seem to be effectively stockpiled by 10 Downing Street to choose the best time to suit.
    If so it seems well dodgy - to say the least.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from One percent in And a fucking another ....   
    From the News no inkling this murderer, this savage was an immigrant. Because of age can't be named! Must be English... You would not know.
    Importing such alien cultures into a stable, generally law-abiding and mature country is madness. Agree that there is no point taxpayers wasting money on him. Offers nothing. Probably still a route to bring in more of his family.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Great Guy in And a fucking another ....   
    The 16 year old was home schooled. Home schooling just shouts out "weird family" to me. 
    I don't really care if his family were persecuted in Iraq. Europe just doesn't need weirdos in Europe.
    The media response to stories is disgusting IMHO. A Syrian refugee gets pushed about in a playground and he gets over £100k in crowd funding and the legacy media lecture us. A Iraqi kid kills another kid with a claw hammer and it's kept relatively quiet. 
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from OurDayWillCome in A Corbyn Goverment   
    You only have to look at how lefties treat and demean anyone not of their cult who disagrees with them. Very, very dangerous for these types to have power.
    That said with this ongoing Brexit betrayal and the evident contempt most MPs have for ordinary people, we really do need a clear-out and something to wake people up.
    With Brexit we really had a chance for real change and a better future; now let Armageddon happen, perhaps that will affect the necessary change. New parties, different politics, democratic change.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Sgt Hartman in A Corbyn Goverment   
    I think he appeals to people because he doesn't resemble any of the main parties and that I can completely understand as the main parties have let the populace down badly over the past 20 years.
    The problem is when the parties are all this shit, extreme outliers suddenly become appealing. I don't think Cornyn is extreme...more inadequate - it's people like McDonnell that put the shits up me. That bloke has no place on a front bench in the UK.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Chewing Grass in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Interesting snippet at the bottom from British MEP Janice Atkinson, the UN pact would lead to Europe being flooded with 59 million new migrants within the next 6 years.
    Warning that the plan would lead to European countries having their “culture and identity crushed,” Atkinson also pointed out that the pact could lead to hate speech laws that make it illegal to use the term “illegal migrants,” replacing it instead with “irregular migrants”.
    “It will be illegal not to use their prescribed language,” warned Atkinson, adding that European citizens could “say goodbye to your democracy and your way of life” if the pact is implemented.
    I think this will lead to the destruction of the welfare state as we know it, a compulsory insurance based system and enforced 'financial' migration or dirt-poverty for those that cannot support themselves.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Van Lady in EU treaties and UK constitution   
    Lisbon, signed by Brown, was a big one, real step change - though it did contain Article 50.
    There was a very good thread on Twitter which went through all the treaties and what they meant and how they progressed the EU Project. Perhaps someone can find it... Might be this guy StatisticusCollegium (@verumandverus): https://twitter.com/verumandverus?s=09
    The EU came into being in 1992 with the Maastricht Treaty, which Major (wonder what he's up to these days?) signed... real inroads into sovereignty and supremacy (accession of power) began there.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Van Lady in EU treaties and UK constitution   
    Lisbon, signed by Brown, was a big one, real step change - though it did contain Article 50.
    There was a very good thread on Twitter which went through all the treaties and what they meant and how they progressed the EU Project. Perhaps someone can find it... Might be this guy StatisticusCollegium (@verumandverus): https://twitter.com/verumandverus?s=09
    The EU came into being in 1992 with the Maastricht Treaty, which Major (wonder what he's up to these days?) signed... real inroads into sovereignty and supremacy (accession of power) began there.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Great Guy in And a fucking another ....   
    How can you hope to rehabilitate a 16 year old that kills another kid with a hammer? Even if he had twenty years in jail with the best support workers in the world I wouldnt think it acceptable to let him out of jail. Even if there was only a 1% chance he would commit another murder I don't think society should risk letting him out of jail.
    The guy should really have a 9mm put into the back of his head. 
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from mooncat69 in ASA bans gender ads in UK   
    I'm going to hazard a guess that ASA and Ad Agencies are full to the brim with SJWs, Soy Boys and whiney, men-hating women. They have a bit of power to project their perverse view of the world and be all-powerful.
    Bet little will be done about the over-egged black man / white woman couple/family and mixed-race kids, or those laughing stock men (white of course), etc., etc.
    Adverts used to be fun; stereotypes work because people relate to them. Adverts are better targeted as they know their customer. But yes let's carry on with the diversity bullshit and contrived quotas. Britain - as with its politicians - has become nebulous, vacant, airy-fairy.
    Go woke, go broke now is official policy.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to One percent in Question Time   
    I often wonder what happened. In the 60s and 70s, particularly singers, were anti establishment. To the point we’re they could, with a little push, have brought about a revolution. 
    I guess Gramsci with his concept of hegemony was right after all 
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to One percent in OMG the bad man hurt my feelings   
    I think you just have a healthy scepticism. The murder might not have been orchestrated but the response to it certainly was. 
    My response? Oh do fuck off.  I can’t stand all this virtue signaling. It’s one of the reasons I like Facebook (the only one) in that I can then tell which of my acquaintances are stupid and easily led by the establishment. Sadly, it appears to be most of them. 
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to swiss_democracy_for_all in Yellow Vests blocking London bridges   
    Plus a million.
    There would never have been any need for a Brexit, if the UK's systems were up to scratch and the idiotic Brits hadn't kowtowed to the ECJ so much.
    Yeah OK the EU is a shit undemocratic organisation that can't be trusted, but it isn't actually necessary to do what they want or say, many of the other European countries don't. Just pay lipservice, ignore them and keep trading would have been fine.
    But no, the UK had to invite all the n'er-do-wells of Europe to the UK to draw non-contributory benefits, fill up all the housing, overwhelm the schools and NHS, plus the lawyers and judges were too feeble to argue so they obey all the shitty ECJ rules.
    The EU may be utterly shit but let no-one be in any doubt, the UK brought everything that is now coming to a head on itself. Mainly Brown and Blair's governments, but not exclusively.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to spunko in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Not really relevant to this thread but thought if anyone is interested, CLoudflare now offer free DNS for everyone.
    https://1.1.1.1/
    All you need to do is change your DNS settings. If you are using the default ones provided by your ISP then they can see everything  a lot of things you are doing online (potentially). Plus it should be quicker than your ISPs one.
    Windows 10 > search for Network Connections > Right click on your connection/wifi > Properties > IPv4 > manually enter custom DNS "1.1.1.1".
    You can also use the Google ones if you're not as paranoid as me. 8.8.8.8
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Van Lady in Is Brexit going to happen at all?   
    If a vote is “granted” to me in a second referendum regarding staying in or leaving the eu I will be spoiling my paper.
    If a second vote is organised, IMO, all illusion of democracy has gone so I will spoil my paper.
    In the 2016 eu referendum I voted to leave. It was clear to me from politics, MSM, local pontificating etc that voting to leave would be disastrous for the uk.
     I don’t think that the uk is particularly great for the majority of inhabitants.
    I voted leave the eu because I prefer less globalisation and centralisation with regard to organising human societies.
    I cast my “winning” vote over two years ago to leave the eu but I’m not surprised about the attempts to not deliver the majority vote by people from all walks of life who really can’t understand our voting system.
    In particular though it’s rulers who don’t want the uk to leave the eu.
    Oh no, I’m not playing the game if another referendum is manipulated from TPTB. Spoiled paper!
    I voted two years ago and I am disgusted with what has unfolded. Not surprised that the eu would make it difficult for uk to leave. Just over 90% sure now that the current uk government and opposition party don’t give a shit about their country or democracy.
    No way I’m voting again apart from spoiled paper if there is another eu referendum. 
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to Horrified Onlooker in Question Time   
    5:1, you assumed that Dimbledore is an impartial chairman....
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to steppensheep in Is Brexit going to happen at all?   
    I think what's fascinating is the unpredictable nature of events and the somewhat haphazard way our constitution and democracy works. It's not grand plans like they do it in Europe, but evolution. Sometimes there will be mistakes, but eventually "natural selection" leads to the right outcomes. Things that seemed negative turn out to be positive. May's general election result looked very negative for brexit, but it's now clear if she had improved her bargaining position, we would probably have ended up with even less brexit. That campaigner who went to the courts to ensure that parliament had a meaningful vote was the hate figure of brexiteers, but it turned out to be a (very thin) lifeline. This is why I am reluctant to get involved in any activism, as it's impossible to predict what is for the best. That said, my main hope is GE and corbyn brexit.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to wherebee in Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?   
    Remember studying the rotten boroughs in history in school?  And wondering how on earth such obvious corruption was allowed to exist?
     
    Well, folks, you are living through another period in history where future schoolkids will be taught about blatant corruption in UK politics.  "And the voters voted to leave the EU, but the politicians didn't want to, so they engineered a result where the UK did not leave.  As the press were on the side of the politicians, no one stopped it, not even the King.  Oh, I mean Queen, sorry, forgot she was still alive.  More money and power went to unelected European officials, and the average worker in the country got poorer and poorer and the infrastructure began to breakdown.  Then the great debt crisis of 2020 meant that the government had no money for essential services and security, as the UK was obliged under EU direction to bail out the German banks.  And that is what is seen as one of the major causes of the English civil war 2027-2034."
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Harley in Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?   
    The 200 loyalists weren't voting for Treason May - how could they? Se has been awful, an embarrassment - they were voting for the EU and some version of Remain.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from OurDayWillCome in Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?   
    Depressing isn't it? All I wanted is fewer politicians making rules that fuck us all up, all of the time. Taking out the EU would have made a big difference. With more accountability and the lessons from this Brexit fiasco we might have got some better politicians willing to listen and not soft-soap taking voters for granted.
    The little people spoke. The big people schemed. The naive people went all NCP.
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    Alonso Quijano reacted to jm51 in Bye bye Treason May?   
    I had just one conversation with my dad about politics:
    Me: Should they bring back hanging?
    Dad: Yes.
    Me: Should they bring back corporal punishment?
    Dad: Yes.
    Me: Should they kick out the coloureds?
    Dad: Yes.
    Me: Are you going to vote National Front?
    Dad: I'm not voting for those nazi bastards.
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Byron in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Succinctly put. Try making that point to a #FBPE Remainer and you'll be marked #idiot, that somehow we are a Sovereign nation but choose to be ruled and implement daft, overreaching EU law.
    No, we are the sage ones, life and experience of election cycles give you the ability to see through the megalomaniac bullshit.
     
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    Alonso Quijano got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?   
    That's a car park, different thing. 😁