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For many years, myself, along with many, many other posters on here and TOS have been encouraging the end of civilisation as we know it, exemplified by phrases such as let it all burn.
And this year we’ve had the great Coronavirus depression, or we will do shortly, and other people have had anarchy, looting and elevation to sainthood of criminal lowlifes.
And lots of whining.
Similarly the US preppy types have stockpiled guns, ammo, beans and hopefully bog roll in their basements for years yet when they’re asked to forego a haircut and a burger for a few weeks they lose their shit.
There’s nothing in the system for us and so we want to smash the system. Yet when blacks do the same we get all uppity. Is it jealousy that they’ve done what we don’t have the balls to do, being mere keyboard warriors?
So in the words of Russel Crowe in Gladiator, are you not entertained?,
So, going over to the RT HYS story about poor Willie Dille, I noticed the comments section already overfloweth with people, often with a ROP-sounding tag or with other comments making their alleigance clear, that they dont believe her story and that she was just making it up to malign the good name of ROPers.
So, I guess we can look forward to a massive campaign, in the streets and on social meeja, of the 'We believe her' sort?
Or not. I wont be holding my breath. Because, as with the Barr/Gunn episode, I expect this will be an illuminating illustration of the double standards and cognitive disonance of the SJW-leaning lemmings.
What a bunch of tossers.
Today’s Guardian splash backs the government’s crackdown on unpaid internships, exclusively revealing that “HM Revenue & Customs is expected to target sectors such as media” and criticising Vogue and its publisher Conde Nast for offering placements without pay. It is a pretty bold front page given that just last week the paper was embarrassed by a young journalist on Twitter who revealed he had just been on an unpaid internship at… the Guardian
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