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    wherebee got a reaction from stokiescum in FIRE   
    DOSBODS law - every thread will, given enough time, fall into one of two modes: RoPers and Nazis, or pegging....
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    wherebee got a reaction from gibbon in FIRE   
    DOSBODS law - every thread will, given enough time, fall into one of two modes: RoPers and Nazis, or pegging....
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    wherebee got a reaction from Heart's Ease in FIRE   
    Nice straw man argument.  I am not saying 'do it because everyone else is'.  I am saying that if everyone DID do it, it would force a reset of the system and some reality into how society provides resources to the less fortunate.
    If you were in Germany in 1938, would you not see it as your moral duty to accelerate the collapse of the system?  I see the fall of western Europe to Islam / overbreeding or importation of lower IQ and lower impulse control masses as just as evil as the acts of Nazi Germany.  I'm serious about this - the UK and parts of western europe from about 1950 to 1980 was amongst the most equal, most socially just, mainly secular, system ever experienced by humanity.  On top of this, centuries of art, culture, architecture, and learning.  And largely democratic to boot.  Oh, and a ruling class which remembered how close they came to losing everything and so didn't think that screwing the 95% was a good idea.  
    All of that will be swept away if the current system - rewarding 'bad' behaviour and punishing the productive - continues.  Accordingly, it is your duty, if you believe in the human race being more than a set of feudal gangs scrabbling around in the ruins of a once great empire, to collapse the system whilst something can be rescued.
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    wherebee got a reaction from JoeDavola in FIRE   
    DOSBODS law - every thread will, given enough time, fall into one of two modes: RoPers and Nazis, or pegging....
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    wherebee reacted to spunko in FIRE   
    I don't check this thread for a few days and I came back to find it's now a discussion about pre-war Germany and the RoPers.
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    wherebee reacted to Melchett in Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness   
    I don’t know a single straight male who has campaigned to bring this madness about. A few down the years have echoed what the wimmin have been saying in a pathetic soy-fuelled delusion that it might get them laid, but I cant think of any who have actually been movers and shakers.
    Thus not my problem. Not my circus. Not my monkeys.
    File along with campaigning to open borders to the third world and post wall complaining “where have all the good men gone?”
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    wherebee reacted to Austin Allegro in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    Was talking to a (Remainer) lawyer today who said Boris can't say he was coerced into sending the extension request because as the leader of a minority government he has to obey the will of Parliament; if he really feels he is being coerced he should resign on point of principle. 
    Interestingly I've been with quite a few Remainers socially in the last few days. All intelligent, decent people from the professional classes. All saying things like 'Boris is just following his ego' ...'Boris is stupid'...'Boris is trying to cheat democracy' 'Boris is refusing to obey Parliament and is acting unlawfully' etc.  General hilarity over the 'three letters' tactic. No concept, seemingly, that Boris might be attempting to deliver the will of the people. The difficult thing is, I like and respect these people and have much in common with them, but on Brexit they just seem to close ranks.  
    The week before, I spent quite a lot of time socially with a group of people who are largely working class. All staunch leavers, all convinced that Boris was doing his best to respect the will of the people and wishing he'd get on with the job; all loathing the EU but stressing how much they like Europe; one even spoke a foreign language and two had lived on the continent. One, a construction worker, said 'Sounds strange but the Conservatives now seem to be the only party for the working man'. With these people, I don't feel I have a great deal in common, but on Brexit we agree totally and it's so refreshing to be able to speak my mind with them. 
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    wherebee reacted to One percent in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    No and that’s the problem. 
    As I see it, the only way we can do it is through revolution. I’m being serious. 
    It takes organisation and a mass of bodies. I’m convinced that’s why they have essentially got rid of trade unions. They were the obvious way of mounting insurrection. 
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    wherebee reacted to Errol in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    I wasn't taken in by Blair or Obama. But crucially I respected the democratic process and the fact that they had won elections fair and square. Just as I would have accepted the results if remain had won the referendum.
    This is the problem now - the remainers will not accept the results of the democratic process. You can't have a democracy with whining imbeciles like this.
    If the referendum is not honoured democracy is at an end and this country will be slipping down to hell.
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    wherebee reacted to One percent in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    All you are doing is working that poor intern into the ground. 
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    wherebee reacted to One percent in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    Not convinced by that argument. They are ALL the party of the globalist elite. 
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    wherebee reacted to Bornagain in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    I have always been a firm believer in the rule of law, the power of parliament and the UK democratic (ish) process.
    The events of the last three years, and in particular the last month or so have jolted me to review my position.
    I no longer have any trust in UK parliament and the political class.
    I beleive that the authority and credibility that parliament held has been destroyed by the remainer MPs
    I do not believe that the remainer MPs have any idea of the contempt that people like me hold them in.
    I do not know what to do about it. 
    I have already decided to play Frank H's game and stop paying income tax, so I will claim back the tax I have paid this year and not pay anymore.
    What other practical steps can I take to express my feelings  ? not that the political elite give even the tiniest shit about what we think.....
    I find the idea of a revolution extremely appealing, and a few years ago it would be inconceivable for me to say such a thing.
    If I am in any way reflective of society then what the fuck happens next ?
    If Brexit is cancelled then I feel that widespread violence becomes a real possibility.
    My god, what the fuck have they done ? and do they realise ? or care ?
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    wherebee reacted to SpectrumFX in Hats   
    I wear hats all the time.
    Get yourself a flatcap if your want something that does all the things that a baseball cap does, but looks a bit more grown up.
     

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    wherebee got a reaction from LC1 in DNC Primaries 2020   
    Wrong.  I'm heavily involved in the US professionally and personally.
     
    Don't judge everyone on your standards.  Some of us even have our own hair.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Paulie in FIRE   
    Nice straw man argument.  I am not saying 'do it because everyone else is'.  I am saying that if everyone DID do it, it would force a reset of the system and some reality into how society provides resources to the less fortunate.
    If you were in Germany in 1938, would you not see it as your moral duty to accelerate the collapse of the system?  I see the fall of western Europe to Islam / overbreeding or importation of lower IQ and lower impulse control masses as just as evil as the acts of Nazi Germany.  I'm serious about this - the UK and parts of western europe from about 1950 to 1980 was amongst the most equal, most socially just, mainly secular, system ever experienced by humanity.  On top of this, centuries of art, culture, architecture, and learning.  And largely democratic to boot.  Oh, and a ruling class which remembered how close they came to losing everything and so didn't think that screwing the 95% was a good idea.  
    All of that will be swept away if the current system - rewarding 'bad' behaviour and punishing the productive - continues.  Accordingly, it is your duty, if you believe in the human race being more than a set of feudal gangs scrabbling around in the ruins of a once great empire, to collapse the system whilst something can be rescued.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Fischer in DNC Primaries 2020   
    Wrong.  I'm heavily involved in the US professionally and personally.
     
    Don't judge everyone on your standards.  Some of us even have our own hair.
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    wherebee got a reaction from gibbon in Fittest Girls in UK?   
    I have noticed that since being back in Australia, the much higher average attractiveness of the women has given a lift to my libido.  Being surrounded by munters and ugly butter trolls for the past few years at work must have really kicked my hindbrain in the nuts.
     
    So - watch out Joe, those fatties are going to drag your old champ down.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Bkkandrew in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    It's telling that the rentamob remainers have no opinion until they see what their masters tell them to be outraged about.
     
    Me, I'm already against it as it continues to shovel billions of pounds to the EU apparatchiks AND still includes immunity for them for offences committed under British law - oh, and makes them exempt for income tax as well.  That's all I need to know.  fuckers.
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    wherebee reacted to Austin Allegro in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    It's my belief now that the only way we will get Brexit is if the EU makes it clear to the Remainers that they must give up. The Remainers are like those Japanese soldiers who held out in the jungles until the 1970s and refused to believe the war was over until their officer was brought out of retirement to order them to stand down.
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    wherebee reacted to the gardener in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    I don't care if I help Corbyn get in. I repeat. I. Don't. Care. 
    Let the country burn. 
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    wherebee reacted to Melchett in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    Yes we do.
     
    We’re being fucked up the arse by our traitorous political class. They’ve been doing it for a few years now and it’s reached the point where they aren’t even bothering with the wine or the lube.
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    wherebee reacted to Libspero in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    I hope after all the BS in parliament today BJ just bins it all off and says “f*ck it, you had your chance” and throws the clean break switch.
    It is clear parliament are never going to agree on a deal, Europe are only going to put up with this endless disruption for so long.  Let’s just do it. Better for everyone, despite the major short term hassle it’s going to cause. 
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    wherebee reacted to One percent in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    The whigs, the forerunner of the liberal party (which isn’t particularly liberal) were in a position of power.  Them and the tories, a bit like the Labour and cons today. They suddenly were relegated to third division. Not sure of my history on the reasons but it shows that a political party can suddenly lose favour with the electorate 
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    wherebee got a reaction from JoeDavola in FIRE   
    Nice straw man argument.  I am not saying 'do it because everyone else is'.  I am saying that if everyone DID do it, it would force a reset of the system and some reality into how society provides resources to the less fortunate.
    If you were in Germany in 1938, would you not see it as your moral duty to accelerate the collapse of the system?  I see the fall of western Europe to Islam / overbreeding or importation of lower IQ and lower impulse control masses as just as evil as the acts of Nazi Germany.  I'm serious about this - the UK and parts of western europe from about 1950 to 1980 was amongst the most equal, most socially just, mainly secular, system ever experienced by humanity.  On top of this, centuries of art, culture, architecture, and learning.  And largely democratic to boot.  Oh, and a ruling class which remembered how close they came to losing everything and so didn't think that screwing the 95% was a good idea.  
    All of that will be swept away if the current system - rewarding 'bad' behaviour and punishing the productive - continues.  Accordingly, it is your duty, if you believe in the human race being more than a set of feudal gangs scrabbling around in the ruins of a once great empire, to collapse the system whilst something can be rescued.
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    wherebee reacted to Fully Detached in Brexit betrayal thread - Part 6   
    So if I understand it correctly, the wishes of the 52% in the referendum have been "fulfilled" by our MPs:
    Legislating that no deal has to be removed from the negotiating table Legislating that if Boris' deal is approved by the house, we can't leave until all the other legislation around it is passed (good luck with that) Legislating that if Boris' deal is rejected by the house then he has to go and ask the EU for an extension Ensuring that we can't vote this shower of shit out because they refuse to face the electorate in a general election And this is before they've called for another referendum. Seriously, these cunts need to be on spikes. What sort of idiot could fail to see that they're not just being outright obstructive - there's not even a pretence at representing the electorate any more.