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if history teaches us anything, it''s that the chosen people can hold a grudge

 

declaring someone as the worst anti-semite of the year for previous attendance (which i agree is in appalling taste) would seem to be possibly not quite as anti-semitic as shooting jews yourself, but hey! what do us gentiles know ?

 

i get that making an example of a high profile politician is more striking to make your point about "influencial party belief"

 

 

when did jerry do that deed ? if it wasn't this year then they are making cheap political capital, and i would wonder what's in it for their own causes

 

 

 

 

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History teaches that people full of hate for others continue the cycle of hate, it never ends and is the crux for wars, and disputes that never end.

 

Edit: I'm glad I'm not over there, I couldn't vote for either party.

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1 hour ago, scruffy1 said:

if history teaches us anything, it''s that the chosen people can hold a grudge


No. We just believe people who say they want to kill us.

 

Theres no optimists left in our family trees. They’re all murdered.

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1 hour ago, scruffy1 said:

declaring someone as the worst anti-semite of the year for previous attendanc


That’s not even 1% of what he’s done.

 

Ever heard of the Muslim Brotherhood? Well there’s two versions of it in Israel. One’s called The Northern Movement and it’s headed by a guy called Sheikh Saleh.

 

He’s called for the murder of jews, raised capital for Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Hezbollah. He preaches the blood libel and the Franklin Prophecy.

 

He’s also almost had tea in the commons thanks to Jeremy Corbyn with the irredeemable cunt himself. But at the last minute... those pesky Tories banned Salah’s entry into the UK on grounds of spreading the blood libel myth.

 

Corbyn’s views on Salah are shall we say... similar to his views on anyone else that kills Jews - they’re his “friends” as he has called Hamas and Hezbollah operatives in 2009.

2 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

if history teaches us anything, it''s that the chosen people can hold a grudge

 

declaring someone as the worst anti-semite of the year for previous attendance (which i agree is in appalling taste) would seem to be possibly not quite as anti-semitic as shooting jews yourself, but hey! what do us gentiles know ?

 

i get that making an example of a high profile politician is more striking to make your point about "influencial party belief"

 

 

when did jerry do that deed ? if it wasn't this year then they are making cheap political capital, and i would wonder what's in it for their own causes

 

 

 

 


Then off course there’s his statement on Iran’s PressTV (now banned in the UK)

 

”I think there is a bias [in the BBC] towards saying that Israel is a democracy in the Middle East, that Israel has a right to exist, Israel has its security concerns.”

 

 

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There’s more.

 

He put a woman called Christine Shawcroft as head of Labour’s disputes panel - ie the woman who makes judgements on claims of anti-semitism. She was one of his people.

 

In March last year she resigned after it came out that she endorsed a candidate whose post she shared, calling the Holocaust a hoax.

 

One of the ways you can judge a man is by the company he keeps. Iranian agents, the IRA, the mujahideen, Hamas, Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood, anti-semites, holocaust deniers, communists.

 

It’s not a great look. It’s why so many peers and MPs have resigned from Labour.

 

A former Labour MP, Luciana Berger, while still part of Labour had to go to her own Party’s meeting with a police escort because of threats on her life by Corbyn’s anti-Semitic thugs.

 

 

 

 

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50 minutes ago, Leonid said:

Theres no optimists left in our family trees. They’re all murdered.

You do not speak for all those people, to think you can is part of your problem, many want the hate to stop on all sides.

 

Anyway, I'm out of this.

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1 minute ago, datafast69 said:

You do not speak for all those people, to think you can is part of your problem, many want the hate to stop on all sides.

 

They'll be the first ones dead, as usual.

 

1 minute ago, datafast69 said:

Anyway, I'm out of this.

 

You keep saying this... I do not think you know what this means.

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18 hours ago, Leonid said:


No. We just believe people who say they want to kill us.

 

Theres no optimists left in our family trees. They’re all murdered.

 

It is written in the Koran.

The unchangeable word of the final prophet.

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33 minutes ago, LogicprObe said:

 

It is written in the Koran.

The unchangeable word of the final prophet.


Amazing what an illiterate goat-herder pedophile can achieve if he puts his mind to it.

 

Another argument against socialism.

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Exit polls show an 86-seat outright majority for the Conservatives in the UK.

 

Most people don’t know this but “they shall not pass” is not from Lord of the Rings. It’s a cry from the 1930s Battle of Cable Street when citizens blocked the passage of former Labour MP and pro-Hitler fascist, Oswald Mosley and his team of Jack-booted goose-steppers.

 

Today is “they shall not pass” replayed on a political arena with much the same characters.

 

If Corbyn ends this day bleeding to death from an ice-pick wound, I will not be at all surprised.

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The problem is Johnson retaining power, he's nearly as unstable as Trump.

 

Well, it could still be a fight the get Brexit over the line but I am glad on this occasion that Labor have been trounced.

 

Cheers

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29 minutes ago, Jeruselem said:

Brexit was won but will the win be the cost of Scotland LEAVING the UK?

 

Lets say it leaves the UK. The SNP is a centre-left party that always sits/sides with Labour. That's 59 seats gone out of 650.

So 591. Take away the Sinn Fein MPs who do not take their seats, that's 588.

 

If the Conservatives take 368 seats as expected

Labour take 187 (removing 4 in Scotland), + 1 Green + 19 independents

 

Lib Dems at 13 go either way but broadly against communism, so add them to the Tory count.

 

Basically, communism is being kept at bay 381:207.

 

Scotland leaving basically wipes out the left in this iteration. That's a good thing.

59 minutes ago, chrisg said:

The problem is Johnson retaining power, he's nearly as unstable as Trump.

 

Everyone except those the media consider to be stable, are unstable.

 

I'm aware that Johnson doesn't know how many kids he's fathered. I can say the same of a cousin of mine who's nickname is "Typhoon Greg" because he's ruined most of the eligible women across three countries... and yet apart from that he's a really level-headed bloke.

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🙂

 

Tales of Johnson's "eccentricities" are legion although most are somewhat harmless if not exactly what you want from a leader.

 

Trump just becomes more obnoxious by the day.

 

Perhaps Britain really can recover some greatness but I have to say given the very deep divisions within the country I doubt it.

 

Cheers

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2/3rds of the country just voted for against communism and to carry out their democratic will from 3y ago (Brexit)

How do you get more unified than that?

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Oh for Christ's sake, you have Communism on the brain.

 

England did not vote against Communism, they voted the way they most always do, for democracy and conservatism.

 

England has been a bastion both of free speech and of conservative ideals for centuries.

 

The free speech aspect means that people like Mosely do get a hearing, do anything like a majority ever gain ground ? No.

 

Quite apart from anything else Mosely was not a communist, he was a fascist, about as diametrically opposed to communism as it gets.

 

Communism will never become properly established in the UK, it is so completely at odds with the way of life that you would see an immediate uprising if it was ever attempted.

 

Just why it did in Russia - that says something about the Russian psyche...

 

Cheers

 

 

 

 

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Just now, chrisg said:

Oh for Christ's sake, you have Communism on the brain.


That’s because Jeremy Corbyn is a communist. Owen Jones is an actual Stalinist. John McDonnell is a Maoist.

 

These people are not hiding.

2 minutes ago, chrisg said:

Quite apart from anything else Mosely was not a communist, he was a fascist


Moseley was a socialist. National Socialism is no big step.

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2 minutes ago, chrisg said:

Yeah, and the Brits just handed him his arse....

 

Cheers


In a pretty unified way IMO.

 

This is the biggest rejection of Labour since the 30s. And against Johnson - imagine if it weren’t against a buffoon?

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🙂

 

IF the Tories could find a truly credible candidate they'd have an almost dangerous majority.

 

For democracy to work there also has to  be credible opposition to keep the bastards honest  🙂

 

Cheers

 

 

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2 minutes ago, chrisg said:

has to  be credible opposition


Agreed. I’ll dig the mass grave, you get the ice picks and we’ll sort out Labour so that it can become one again?

 

Dibs on Ice-picking Owen Jones.

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Hmm,

 

When politics gets violent civil war tends to follow.

 

America is beginning to realise just how close they are skirting to that edge...

 

Cheers

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2 minutes ago, chrisg said:

When politics gets violent civil war tends to follow.


Killing commies is just chemotherapy and should be encouraged as a health concern.

 

The NHS should fund it.

 

The good news is - typically we don’t have to do it. Communists kill each other more often than not. But I’ll *gladly* help with digging the mass grave in advance.

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