By Carl Fimble
I ain't no fan of Starbucks, but check this shit out...
Two black men in a Starbucks, order nothing but ask to use the "rest room" (it's in America), get asked if they'd like to buy something, say no, get the police called on them. Not charged or anything though.
Then it all erupts, such bullshit and then such cuckery from Starbucks as a result of the bullshit. When is someone going to tell them to shut the fuck up? Using mobs seems to be a thing nowadays, we shouldn't apologise when we are just enforcing the rules and laws. Especially not when people are trying to blackmail us into it.
The video is just the first part of a series from Frame Game Radio.
His channel is here :
By One percent
Tour operator Thomas Cook is taking British tourists back to Tunisia this week for the first time since an ISIS gunman massacred 38 people - 30 of them British - on a beach in Sousse in 2015.
Until last summer, the Foreign Office advised against travel there due to the high risk of terrorism.
So what has changed and is it safe for western tourists to go back?
clearly it is as further down the article we have:
The police response, or lack of it, was one of the most shocking things about the Sousse attacks in 2015.
Since then, the French have been giving firearms training to Tunisia's police, while some officers are now being prosecuted for a dereliction of duty on that day.
Britain's MI6 secret intelligence service has been helping Tunisia to improve its intelligence-gathering capabilities. Yet several problems remain.
all ok then. Anyone fancy it?
By One percent
Oh, we didn’t see this coming....ffs
number 9 on the list
all the cities in the world, London is not the first that springs to mind when one thinks of water shortages.
The reality is very different. With an average annual rainfall of about 600mm (less than the Paris average and only about half that of New York), London draws 80% of its water from rivers (the Thames and Lee).
According to the Greater London Authority, the city is pushing close to capacity and is likely to have supply problems by 2025 and "serious shortages" by 2040.
It looks likely that hosepipe bans could become more common in the future.
i mentioned on a thread the other week about how low the water pressure is in London. It isn’t rocket science that it will run out and I would bet, way before the dates given in the article.
So, what does the establishment do to rectify this? Allow unfettered immigration so as to speed it all up.
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