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by Squinty » Tue Jun 13, 2017 5:01 pm

The strawberry floating state of those comments :dread:
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by Moggy » Tue Jun 13, 2017 6:36 pm

Garth wrote:So to solve all our problems we should take away the right to vote from workers and all women, kick out the celts, bring in military rule with a miner as leader, and rebuild the empire?

Amazing.


You mock but how do you know that wouldn't solve all of the country's problems?
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by Preezy » Tue Jun 13, 2017 7:37 pm

I for one welcome our new Miner overlords.
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by Moggy » Tue Jun 13, 2017 7:39 pm

Preezy wrote:I for one welcome our new minor overlords.


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by Squinty » Tue Jun 13, 2017 7:43 pm

:lol:
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by KK » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:21 pm

The morons that CBS News' comments pages now attract...

@USA, The 4th Reich - "You are the only one here that seems to think the help by the French was inconsequential."

Who said that other than no one? You are a F---ed up little retard. First your user name exposes you as babbling idiot. Second, YOU wrote THE following horse crap.

"If that is truly who the French are, we would still be owned by England"

THAT is 100% NOT TRUE. That is your opinion that has no basis in reality.

I'm betting you are progressive fascist moron who voted for Obama and Clinton. You're stupid. You don't know who the Nazis were or what the 3rd reich was, yet you like your retard user name.

I come here to mock and laugh at morons like you, Moron Nazi Boy. You are too stupid to get out of my way..

IQ of 160....NBBN....Pretty sure I am a lot smarter than you...even without the posts you make...

You are not an idiot....what you are is ignorant...look up the difference....

@1 Green Life* - Bring it on, Green Micro Penis,. I will kick your idiot ass in any battle of intelligence,

Is Moron Nazi Boy your butt pirate buddy? Why do you care about Moron Nazi Boy? It's stupid and makes stupid comments. It deserves ridicule.

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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Moggy » Wed Jun 28, 2017 12:47 pm

Brexit is as complicated as the moon landings.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40420670

The only reason that Brexit is 'complicated is two fold. Firstly because of all the delays that people like Gina Miller and other Remoaners have created because of their refusal to accept the result of the referendum and secondly the obvious unwillingness of the Junker, Tusk and the rest of their cronies being incooperative and awkward with the negotiations.


Just guarantee our old blue passports are coming back, supplies of British colonial tea continue, and all nasty foreigners are deported. That's all we really care about.

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The number of people still wanting it to fail, purely for the benefit of political points scoring and regardless of the consequences, is scary.

But also expected - just look at certain recent tragedies. And Glastonbury.


Corbyn and the non patriotic media already have the knives out to wreck any Brexit negotiations

SHAME ON YOU


JUST GET US OUT NOW!!


You lost the Ref, it's you lot who can't deal with it, non stop undermining. And if you do stop this, there won't be a Country left for anyone, you are only abusers & wreckers.

That Social Mobility Report about state of things since 1997 is truly disgusting. Those kids poverty are the real price of you're fat houses, your immigrants, your elitist EU, your conceit & selfishness.


As "complicated" as the moon landing?



So what you're saying is

Brexit never happened ?


Come on Davis, show the UK has some guts, go WTO.

Otherwise UK lose the respect of RoW and seen as the EU's baitch.

Its all about reputation built on strength and leadership.


It's only complicated because the EU are determined to make things as awkward and as painful as possible for the UK in order to deter other countries from considering leaving.


It's not complicated AT ALL. We have the commonwealth. If it hits the fan we can charge money for accepting migrants, it can't be worse than what we've got at the moment.


He is clearly a TECHNOLOGICAL ILLITERATE IDIOT

with NO CONCEPT OF THE REAL WORLD,

if he thinks this is MORE difficult than going to the Moon.


Look stop Fing around with the EU, its history, go WTO, China is building its Navy, overpopulation means there are going to be resource wars, UK needs to get tooled up asap.
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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Benzin » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:10 pm

So obsessed with blue passports and I'll never understand why :lol:
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by Preezy » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:15 pm

Blue passports you say, like those uncivilised Americans?

Good grief :dread:
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by Moggy » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:15 pm

Benzin wrote:So obsessed with blue passports and I'll never understand why :lol:


To be fair, that comment is a Remainer taking the piss.
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by Trelliz » Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:24 pm

FFS, i hate that 'unpatriotic media' has now become a thing.
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by Moggy » Tue Jul 04, 2017 12:45 pm

2/5ths of primary school pupils failed to meet expected standards.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-40481689

When 25% of UK mothers were born outside of the UK it's hardly a surprise that a few of them struggle with English is it.

I don't know for how many of the 25% English isn't spoken at home either.

Yet another indicator that multiculturalism fails the country and more specifically fails the young.


There are many houses without a single book, where children arrive at school unable to read simple words and add up sums like 3+3. Those houses probably all have big screen tvs and games consoles. Those kids will almost always struggle to catch up. In many cases, don't blame the teachers, blame the disinterested parents.


If the child fails, it should be publicly humiliated. Then, it should be made to repeat the year, as they do in other countries, until it is of a standard to progress.


In many cases, don't blame the teachers, blame the disinterested parents.

But in others, blame the teachers. Our child does very well due more to us teaching her tables and algebra and reading with her every night than the lessons her teachers occasionally took when they weren't on strike
or 'marking', or going on about Islam, Africa, Global Warming or their pensions!


Class sizes are far too high due to uncontrolled immigration, and areas with high immigration have higher per pupil spending. Equalise spending on a per pupil basis across the country. There should be a level playing field.


My cousin used to work in a primary school. She could tell within a week or two those kids had a chance and those who would end up failing.

I wonder how many of those kids were brought into this world to provide an incease in benefits for parents who either didn't care or were poorly educated themselves?


Unfortunately teachers are more interested in cultural Marxism these days, rather than teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic.


I'm sure this has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that an increasing proportion of children (and some teachers!) don't use English as their primary language.

Lefties will try to blame it on class sizes, but that argument falls down straight away if you take in to account historic data.

We really have entered a race to the bottom to satisfy the CULT of multiCULTuralism.


Flood the country with immigrants and education suffers. Who would have thought it?
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by Lotus » Tue Jul 04, 2017 2:14 pm

If the child fails, it should be publicly humiliated

:lol: :dread:

There are some valid concerns raised in those comments, but the way they're expressed. :slol:
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by Moggy » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:29 am

House prices have slightly fallen.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-40529560

Dear Remoaner,

If the price we have to pay for regaining our sovereignty is slightly lower house prices, then I'll pay it, so will most British people, happily.

Worry less about the 'value' of you're buy to let portfolios and cheap house staff, (pick up you're own loo brush occasionally dear), because, we are taking our country back!

Yous Faithfully

A Brexiteer


Brexit hasn't happened yet!
Its really hot outside today. Blame Brexit.
My cat died. Brexit's fault.
I fell off a ladder at work. Brexit.
My sandwich has a funny sauce in it. Brexit.

Stop remoaning!


I see the anti-Brexit snipers are out already blaming this, that and the other for their 'impoverished' lives. No pain = no gain...get used to it and give a little for a brighter future for your children.


Have you noticed that the areas with high levels of non-EU immigration (such as Bristol), also have serious problems with social housing and affordable housing?

You only need to look at the Birth rates of non-EU individuals in Bristol and correlate that against what percentage is dependent on social housing to see the indigenous British are being excluded.

Consistency?


it is supply and demand.
a million people pouring into the uk every year?
prices will ONLY go one way people.


Cue panic!

Prices go up.................and.................prices go down.

And hopefully for all of the London based Mumsnetters and apparent self proclaimed intellectual elites, the fall for you guys will be even greater and your house prices will reflect the rest of the UK.

We serfs in the provinces are fed up with your brand of Imperialism
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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Preezy » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:45 am

It's almost as if the Leavers moan more about the Remainers moaning than the Remainers moan about Brexit itself.
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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Moggy » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:49 am

Preezy wrote:It's almost as if the Leavers moan more about the Remainers moaning than the Remainers moan about Brexit itself.


You sound like a Mumsnetter.
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by Rex Kramer » Fri Jul 07, 2017 11:02 am

Moggy wrote:House prices have slightly fallen.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-40529560

Dear Remoaner,

If the price we have to pay for regaining our sovereignty is slightly lower house prices, then I'll pay it, so will most British people, happily.

Worry less about the 'value' of you're buy to let portfolios and cheap house staff, (pick up you're own loo brush occasionally dear), because, we are taking our country back!

Yous Faithfully

A Brexiteer


I'd be interested to see what the limit these people set for 'regaining their sovereignty' actually is. A drop in house price - OK, holidays being more expensive - OK, loss of sections of UK industry to the continent - OK, being anally violated by Michael Gove? Is there actually a red line?
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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Moggy » Thu Jul 13, 2017 12:33 pm

Net neutrality protests.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40575882

To those saying "The internet should remain free", rubbish. If that were true, we'd have Child Porn, ISIS and 8mm on tap.

When globalism comes knocking on your door wanting you to agree with something, you KNOW it's not in your best interests.


Relatively these companies want to protect child abuse, the selling of both adult & children sex slaves & domestic slaves, organised crime & everything negative and bad about the internet,

as not one of them is willing to provide the resources to adequately police their own sites & protect their own users.

Thats because these companies are the users, using anyone for anything, for profit


The net has its uses, but I remember the days before there was a net, even before there were computers, and I can say that life was less frustrating then. I am not convinced that the modern technical revolution has improved our quality of life. That is just my personal view.
Net neutrality is of no concern to me whatever.
If I can't get on-line, or get poor service, it is no worse than usual.


"I am not convinced that the modern technical revolution has improved our quality of life."


Amen to that. Although I think that the Internet has some good uses, I would be more than happy to see it disappear.


Are the companies whingeing about net neutrality the same people who defend the right to help spread ISIS propaganda perchance? I value my ability to walk the streets without the increased risk of being blown up or run down far more than anyone else's right to watch lag-free porn.

This is all about who gets the cash: ISPs or content providers. Who cares? I know I don't!


What net neutrality? My ISP already offers different levels of access speed. The more you pay, the faster access you get. This has existed for years.


It's ok. I only need the first 15 seconds of a Pornhub video.
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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Dual » Thu Jul 13, 2017 12:43 pm

:lol: the last one
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PostRe: The Comments Thread
by Lotus » Thu Jul 13, 2017 1:24 pm

What's 8mm? Don't want to Google it at work in case it's something dodgy (which I'm assuming it is) that I'm unaware of. :slol:
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