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DTMark

Tracey Breaks the News: Snowflakes

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2 hours ago, DTMark said:

This is brilliant. Just brilliant.

It runs for two minutes. If you're wondering whether it's worth the time investment may I humbly suggest that it is.

"By the time you hit your thirties, most of you are going to be massively right wing anyway. Have any of you thought that maybe poor people don't deserve benefits? That's how it starts"

 

Hehe, fuck off Jamie, pretty much nails it!

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24 minutes ago, mattydread said:

That is great - How do I share/send that link?

Apologies for being a fuckwit:)

If I press and hold on the video I get a "copy video link" option. Which shares the tweet including the video.

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Love Tracey Ullman. Her Judy Dench impression is brilliant. She captures the "luvviness" to perfection. 

Her Merkel impression is great too. 

She should team up with Harry Enfield.

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Austin Allegro said:

'Oh my God - is water racist?'

PMSL!

 

Someone on the Twitter feed does make a good point though: 
 

Its weird to see BBC do comedy about this while at the same time continuously propagating this type of thinking.

 

It is funny.

Making fun at the extremes it looks a bit like maybe some sort of double bluff.  The So-Called BBC isn't like that oh no no no - look they make fun of it (a bit reminiscent of the mind games in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em).

I imagine the comedy scenario goes down ok within Auntie knows best Auntie Beeb.  

 

Edited by twocents

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3 hours ago, Austin Allegro said:

Its weird to see BBC do comedy about this while at the same time continuously propagating this type of thinking.

Comedy often is the first sign that conventional wisdom is being challenged. 

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3 hours ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

For maybe the first time I'm beginning to think we've reached peak SJW-VS, possibly Jezfest being a requiem for all this indoctrination.

Youth will always rebel against their parent's generation. Twenty years ago it was Greenpeace, CND, Stonewall, and New Labour. 

Frightening to think Momentum, Co rbyn, The Islington Set, the whole SJW Cabal, is now looking quite old hat. Generation Z are rejecting the miserable austerity of feminism, lefty this-ism and that-ism. What's next ?

It struck me whilst watching this week's BBC Question Time, the SJW audience members frantically virtue signalling, they're ageing, no longer late teens, early twenties. Now they sit there with their fixed expression, casting doubt on all we have to say, overweight, sweaty, bad make-up, shiny faces, tousled green, pink or blue hair. Fast becoming this century's Greenham Common Grannies, except they've never had sex.

How refreshing to hear the plain simple directness of columnist Ella Whelan, positive message for women, stop being victims, reject infantilisation, don't live your life in fear, go out, have a good time, enjoy men, have sex. Don't be a martyr to feminism.

In comparison, journalist Afua Hirsch looked obsolete, screeching about challenging patriarchy, misogyny, sexual harrassment, white privilege, championing women's right to be offended and feel damaged. Completely depressing, and 10 years too late. Everybody is already sick of hearing that schtick.

It's great to have a gimmick, Stevie Wonder is blind, Roy Orbison wore his dark glasses, and Elton John can play piano. Constantly spouting off about how awful life is for women, especially black women is SO boring. Change the record.

Love her dreads though. Proper Natty.

Excellent post!

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6 hours ago, sleepwello'nights said:

Comedy often is the first sign that conventional wisdom is being challenged. 

Viz is years ahead.

Rat boy - thieving carpet shitting scum kid.

Morbidly obese mobility scooter woman.

Tassha kappa slappa.

 

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9 hours ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Producer and Reporter on The Jeremy Vine Show - Tim Johns.

For all the criticism of our BBC it's fair to say, sometimes, there's a glint of gold shimmering through the muddy waters.

Tracy is strange.

She is such a huge us star. Bbc are totally in awe, steam rollered by her wanting to a show with them. And probably need the syndication money.... probably fingers crossed shell do a short cartoon that takes off......

Shed get the nod if she wanted tio do sketch on kiddy raping muzzers or lazy benefit sucking scummy migrants.

All the more sweet as didnt tracey get her start on itv or ch4 rather than that great talent creation machine of bbc...

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4 hours ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

For maybe the first time I'm beginning to think we've reached peak SJW-VS, possibly Jezfest being a requiem for all this indoctrination.

Youth will always rebel against their parent's generation. Twenty years ago it was Greenpeace, CND, Stonewall, and New Labour. 

Frightening to think Momentum, Co rbyn, The Islington Set, the whole SJW Cabal, is now looking quite old hat. Generation Z are rejecting the miserable austerity of feminism, lefty this-ism and that-ism. What's next ?

It struck me whilst watching this week's BBC Question Time, the SJW audience members frantically virtue signalling, they're ageing, no longer late teens, early twenties. Now they sit there with their fixed expression, casting doubt on all we have to say, overweight, sweaty, bad make-up, shiny faces, tousled green, pink or blue hair. Fast becoming this century's Greenham Common Grannies, except they've never had sex.

How refreshing to hear the plain simple directness of columnist Ella Whelan, positive message for women, stop being victims, reject infantilisation, don't live your life in fear, go out, have a good time, enjoy men, have sex. Don't be a martyr to feminism.

In comparison, journalist Afua Hirsch looked obsolete, screeching about challenging patriarchy, misogyny, sexual harrassment, white privilege, championing women's right to be offended and feel damaged. Completely depressing, and 10 years too late. Everybody is already sick of hearing that schtick.

It's great to have a gimmick, Stevie Wonder is blind, Roy Orbison wore his dark glasses, and Elton John can play piano. Constantly spouting off about how awful life is for women, especially black women is SO boring. Change the record.

Love her dreads though. Proper Natty.

Its just tge arse end of Brown creating jobs for wimming anc lefty types.

Problem is he pushed it too far.

Uk charity sector wont survive the oxfam scandals.

Bbc is getting reamed by netflix and youtube. 10% of bbc audience must die every 5 years now.

The license payers are just mid 30s to mid 60s. 10 years time itll be mid 50s to mid 60s.

Media is bring hammered. Not by dake news but rather people organsiing and replying to the  ews - see girl in red tress trump migrant.

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2 hours ago, spygirl said:

Viz is years ahead.

Rat boy - thieving carpet shitting scum kid.

Morbidly obese mobility scooter woman.

Tassha kappa slappa.

 

8 Ace

Milli-tant. She's ancient is Millie.

Theiving Gypsy Bastards

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Posted (edited)

One thing to be taken from the So-Called BBC sketch broadcast is that saying "Fuck off".... now has the official blessing of the So-Called BBC.  If the So-Called BBC broadcasts it then it can't be offensive.

I dare say it'll have it's uses when next hearing the latest bits of craziness from the incompetent and self serving bureaucrats running and ruling Britain and the eu etc and for that matter even the So-Called BBC and other mainstream media. 

Edited by twocents

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Posted (edited)

Great stuff guys.  A nice chuckle on a Sunday morn.  

Still impressed you can watch QT.  Must have such a sense of humour.  Or has it reached slapstick?

Watching the So-Called BBC implode is the best programme they've ever aired.

PS.  Not welsh, probably keyboard plugged in the wrong way round.

Edited by No Duff

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