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The irony of it! It's beyond Meghan Markle 'Manson' M-666 parody!!

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/lifestyle/relationships/like-so-many-men-who-date-women-of-colour-women-prince-harry-has-only-just-started-to-understand-racism/ar-AAF7GMw?ocid=sf

The Vogue cover showed Meghan's 'unconscious' anti-white/blonde/western bias, and the fact that nobody's talking about shows the media don't recognise it either.
Barack Obama's wife was on it, but Tiger Woods's Swedish ex-wife, a victim of his womanising, who tried to hold the family together wasn't.
She could also have had lesbian Scandinavian couple Pernille Harder and Magdalena Eriksson.
Closer to home for her, she could have had Megan Rapinoe, who led the USA women to World Cup victory in the summer.
She could also have included Prince Latifah, after she tried to escape from the Dubai royal family, but was recaptured and disappeared - but maybe she didn't want to ruffle royal feathers.
In the UK she could have included someone who's fought against child grooming - either male or female, white or non-white.
She could have included Rachel Riley, a half-Jewish maths genius, who's been a good example for women for over a decade.
She could have included a campaigning journalist or celebrity like Carole Malone or Michelle Dewberry; or Stacey Dooley, who went to the Yazidis as they fought I.S.
She could also have included Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who's been fighting against Islamist extremism for over twenty years.

Piers Morgan is calling them hypocrites too! 
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/9622328/piers-morgan-prince-harry-environment-concerns-helicopters/?fbclid=IwAR3jh8ERWkezRPp21HzsS-pfAjymjJmHvJxTwcmJmS5Up_4EWVxKPnPZz40

While I agree with a lot of what they are doing; environment etc; I think a lot it is spin too, like the natural birth that never happened and was never discussed/explained-why-not after it didn't happen.

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Meghan Markle and their Frogmere House or whatever it is called can fuck off. 

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1 hour ago, DieselDaisy said:

Meghan Markle and their Frogmere House or whatever it is called can fuck off. 

Not a fan then?

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15 hours ago, DieselDaisy said:

Meghan Markle and their Frogmere House or whatever it is called can fuck off. 

Could be the new Spahn Ranch; Hollywood race war, UK HQ; but a bit more luxurious than the Manson Family had: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spahn_Ranch

BBC have a 'black Hollywood' documentary called They've Gotta Have Us: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b0bp23l2/black-hollywood-theyve-gotta-have-us

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39 minutes ago, Axl's Agony Aunt said:

Could be the new Spahn Ranch; Hollywood race war, UK HQ; but a bit more luxurious than the Manson Family had: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spahn_Ranch

BBC have a 'black Hollywood' documentary called They've Gotta Have Us: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b0bp23l2/black-hollywood-theyve-gotta-have-us

Y'know, i kinda liked renegade black cinema.  The ol' 'fuck the establishment' mentality.  I'd rather watch The Mack than The English Patient. 

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On 03/08/2019 at 11:03 AM, Len Cnut said:

Y'know, i kinda liked renegade black cinema.  The ol' 'fuck the establishment' mentality.  I'd rather watch The Mack than The English Patient. 

Good for entertainment and criticism; trouble is, some people think a black establishment will be better than a white one!

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Like after WW2 Britain seems to struggle to win wars, then lose the peace, trying to be too 'civilised'!

Independent article today about how Yazidis still suffering; feeling neglected/forgotten; same for the 'patriots' in UK, although extreme right seem determined to snatch defeat from victory too, with Jo Cox murder etc: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/isis-may-be-gone-but-we-are-handing-them-a-victory-over-the-yazidi-people-they-tried-to-destroy/ar-AAFvOEw?ocid=sf

Courageous investigative journalist Stacey Dooley visited the 11,000 I.S. brides (11,000 exclamation marks!) in camp for BBC, doing a good job, but then the BBC apologised to them!:

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/stacey-dooley-isis-documentary-apology-bbc_uk_5d484996e4b0ca604e35f83b?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZmFjZWJvb2suY29tLw&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAACDsnrxF1Nd6zFanWmL1bROUFeSZXDGLNNImfMSdNgq-2QY8XZGVgEI7_o0XuKkJFM7gWkmMCfErSP2mT0eVnt16_EmQUjSHSL4U_oxBjPucygiSJyDdPkz2SScXMNywL_mCjwCgbJUwfZLIfQd1U66XJjuzFa_USJUmG1c9OXew

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They're apologising to muslims in general because what she's done is referred to a finger gesture that is part of the muslim prayer, equivalent I guess to Catholics when they do the father son and holy ghost cross on themselves, as 'an ISIS gesture'.  I don't think its courageous investigative journalism, I think she's a moron thats been asked to go report on something that she's totally ill-equipped to.  And she's not a journalist either, what qualification does she have in journalism, how is she qualified in anyway to be a journalist?  What she's done is equivalent to watching a Roman Catholic do the cross thing and going 'and here we have is an example of catholics professing allegiance to the IRA', the two things have literally nothing to do with each other.  Anyone watching that that didn't know any better (and I'm sure many don't) will think every muslim that they ever see praying is pledging allegiance to ISIS, to see how dangerous that is potentially?  My old Mum could be having a pray somewhere and get her head smashed in cuz she raises her index finger at a particular part of the prayer because someone thinks she's a member of ISIS, you don't think its reasonably important to publically point out that that is not the case? :lol:

Stacey Dooley is a plank and indicative of the degeneration of certain stratas of our society, anyone that can talk and has a mic can be a journalist or an interviewer, its this whole post-youtube thing, calling her a journalist is laughable, its an actual profession y'know.  I bet you could sit Stacey Dooley down and she'd struggle with basic grammar.  'The Strictly Come Dancing winner', I would how many other serious journalists have shit like that attached to their names :lol:  I wonder how many TV gameshows Ernest Hemingway or Robert Harding-Davis would sign up for if they were still about.

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33 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

They're apologising to muslims in general because what she's done is referred to a finger gesture that is part of the muslim prayer, equivalent I guess to Catholics when they do the father son and holy ghost cross on themselves, as 'an ISIS gesture'.  I don't think its courageous investigative journalism, I think she's a moron thats been asked to go report on something that she's totally ill-equipped to.  And she's not a journalist either, what qualification does she have in journalism, how is she qualified in anyway to be a journalist?  What she's done is equivalent to watching a Roman Catholic do the cross thing and going 'and here we have is an example of catholics professing allegiance to the IRA', the two things have literally nothing to do with each other.  Anyone watching that that didn't know any better (and I'm sure many don't) will think every muslim that they ever see praying is pledging allegiance to ISIS, to see how dangerous that is potentially?  My old Mum could be having a pray somewhere and get her head smashed in cuz she raises her index finger at a particular part of the prayer because someone thinks she's a member of ISIS, you don't think its reasonably important to publically point out that that is not the case? :lol:

Stacey Dooley is a plank and indicative of the degeneration of certain stratas of our society, anyone that can talk and has a mic can be a journalist or an interviewer, its this whole post-youtube thing, calling her a journalist is laughable, its an actual profession y'know.  I bet you could sit Stacey Dooley down and she'd struggle with basic grammar.  'The Strictly Come Dancing winner', I would how many other serious journalists have shit like that attached to their names :lol:  I wonder how many TV gameshows Ernest Hemingway or Robert Harding-Davis would sign up for if they were still about.

Stacey Dooley was born on 9 March 1987 in Luton, Bedfordshire. Her father was from Ireland, and left the family when Stacey was two years old. She grew up in Luton and studied at Stopsley High School. Dooley left school at 15 and worked as a shop assistant, selling perfumes at Luton Airport. She also worked in a hairdressers in Bramingham.

Fuck me! Worked in a hairdressers and sold perfume! Eat your heart out Bob Woodward! :lol: 

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Ugh, Stacey Dooley is the worst. Don't tell me she's still allowed to make her tv. Utter moron waste of space.

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The BBC have people like Stacey Dooley for their ridiculous 'Stacey Dooley Goes to Africa' type shit because they think she has 'the common touch', which is their particularly patronising way of telling us that they think the masses are thick and reporting communicated from someone like her or Danny Dyer or whoever they can relate to because the complex realities of such situations are beyond the ordinary dullards grasp or don't paint a simplistic enough narrative after which they can be trusted to pick the right side.  Its canned audience applause television masquerading as journalism and documentaries. 

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3 hours ago, Len Cnut said:

The BBC have people like Stacey Dooley for their ridiculous 'Stacey Dooley Goes to Africa' type shit because they think she has 'the common touch', which is their particularly patronising way of telling us that they think the masses are thick and reporting communicated from someone like her or Danny Dyer or whoever they can relate to because the complex realities of such situations are beyond the ordinary dullards grasp or don't paint a simplistic enough narrative after which they can be trusted to pick the right side.  Its canned audience applause television masquerading as journalism and documentaries. 

 But she’s fit innit! 

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On 8/1/2019 at 6:20 AM, Axl's Agony Aunt said:

Thanks for joining me in coffilosophy!!

 

Yes, 15 minutes of fame as a bake-off winner would be acceptable, but as soon as I saw she'd won I thought they were going to elevate her to superstardom (same with Meghan Markle (Manson) for bringing the American race movement to the UK!), as a symbol of how great multiculturalism is! It would be okay if she was paired with somebody like Hirsi-Ali, but she's been disappeared! I just looked her up, and see she is still active and in the British press, although I haven't seen her on TV for a long time: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4386234/Ayaan-Hirsi-says-western-Muslims-promoting-Sharia-law.html

 

You're right, at least one church was supporting the Muslim-initiated protest. 

It's not really an issue for me, but I did predict a long time ago, when the LGBT community were calling me a 'fascist' because they perceived me as too right-wing; which I think was down to my class and appearance, and having the outrage to criticise some of their members/behaviour, although I did it as part of the freedom of speech critical tradition.

Yes, you're right about us living in the 'Imperial' country: I think a lot of our problems are because we are the hub of the 'Commonwealth', although everybody is facing the pressures of overpopulation.

When the Yazidis were fleeing I.S. on the mountain, one of the helicopters overfilled and crashed. I thought then that was a metaphor for the UKs situation with immigration: how many people can we fit in before we crash ourselves. That's why I think the way I do.

 

Thank you for having me for some cofflosophy!

about merkle all I can say is that as an outsider your nation came off very poorly with regard to the wedding tbh. I don’t understand why only her mom was allowed? Like even with royal protocols, an old bird can’t even have an approved plus one? 

And that priest business. The nation become uncomfortable because a black man gave a very average style wedding homily. :shrugs: and that was your liberal media’s framing of the sermon.

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im at the park for lunch. I’m looking around for a sample of demo. I’d say an 1/8th of us are white. And two of those are the cops. I only hear one other English speaker near me. Not only am I perfectly happy with it, I like it a lot. Like the booty on the hijabi women who just walked by - ain’t no gals with my genes got that! Lol

i don’t know about England’s intake abilities. But I’m skeptical of theories that say that states will conspire to Settle too many newcomers. So I would tend to trust the experts who make determinations about intakes.

if you lot hadn’t committed genocide and began colonization over here and I lived elsewhere and there were troubles I feel confident that those I’m currently sharing space with for lunch would gladly welcome me to their safer lands.

and that’s my angle In raising imperialism, i suppose: what if an indigenous person that Britain colonized with force asked through peaceful legal channels to come live there? Is that really so offensive and threatening? And y’alls empire was pretty vast. So it’s difficult to accept arguments against those who come in peace from places that your military and imposition destroyed. Not saying that’s all migrants but, you know what I mean? 

(Side note, said cops just came over and demanded that I tell the the book I have in front of me!! Now that is fucking fascism!! So I didn’t tell them,lol. So they came over to look at it... big surprise as I watch their face register “I don’t know that book nor any book... what was I thinking? Look smart. Nod in recognition. Hope this isn’t a bad book. Okay, carry on son.” Lol)

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BBC morning news had totally biased feature on football racism this morning, hosted by Naga Munchetty and a white guy, with just John Barnes as a guest.
While I didn't hear anything totally objectionable, it was just the whole format (the unconscious biases that Barnes quoted from Prince Harry, but this is anti-white bias!), as if it's just whites at fault, and it's unthinking racism, rather than a reaction to real concerns in society and the misbehaviour by players on and off the field; as well as the game being priced away from the working-class.
They didn't mention the Cameroon women's behaviour v England in the summer, or Trinidad's towards England's men. Not only were they physically abusive, but there was also lots of subtle 'racism', such as blonde-hair being pulled. Harry Kane also suffered that in the Premier League last season in the crucial game v Man. City, just before getting badly injured: did the hair-pulling make him angry before making that silly challenge. A young Liverpool player recently had to remove a video he made mocking Kane; have players got to rebel against good (blonde) whites to be accepted in the cool gangsta gang!? 
For most working-class white people working for minimum wage in 'multicultural areas' that kind of abuse is a daily existence, rather than just for 90 minutes once in a while, but I never see it debated on TV!

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fuck this obsession with nationality and skin color. we live in the 21th century and we still hold on to ancient concepts like nations and race. Not worthy of a modern, advanced civilisation at all

away with borders I say. This earth was not created by man. It existed waaaaaaaaay before there were even people on here. Some douchebag in history decided to create borders and say "this is our country now, you can't be here, or if you're here you have to adapt". Where the hell did that came from? Why shouldn't  someone from the other side of earth, with his own cultural oddities, be fully allowed to settle here and do as he wishes? The concept really boggles my mind. We are all just people, living in the same place.

When you travel, you cross borders without even noticing. It's all "land". There's a curious sign here and there "welcome to canada" or something, but at the end of the day it's just land.

What is the "real" reason that people from other places should be denied access to "here", in any way shape or form? what is the problem? To hide between the concept of nations and borders, is just too easy. there should not be borders to begin with, and their reason for existence is not very clear to me, so why use it as a basis to act like a douchebag?

To me, everyone is welcome here and everyone can do whatever the hell they want. Just don't violate my own rights but that goes for everyone; foreigner or not

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BBC morning news had totally biased feature on football racism this morning, hosted by Naga Munchetty and a white guy, with just John Barnes as a guest.
While I didn't hear anything totally objectionable, it was just the whole format (the unconscious biases that Barnes quoted from Prince Harry, but this is anti-white bias!), as if it's just whites at fault

Why do you presume that because one perspective is presented that there is an inference there that no other side exists? 

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A young Liverpool player recently had to remove a video he made mocking Kane; have players got to rebel against good (blonde) whites to be accepted in the cool gangsta gang!? 

Perhaps its because people think Harry Kane is a mong? :lol:

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For most working-class white people working for minimum wage in 'multicultural areas' that kind of abuse is a daily existence, rather than just for 90 minutes once in a while, but I never see it debated on TV!

How about everyone just fuckin' grow a pair?  Thats blacks, whites, whoever.  Someone gets the piss taken out of em and its 'abuse' all of a sudden.  Its the deliberate framing of lightweight things with a certain terminology to enable every section of society to claim some form of victimhood, its a load of cobblers.  EVERYONE gets 'abuse' at work if they are open for it.  I've gotten plenty of fuckin' stick working in predominately white working places or going to school where I was a minority, I don't go around fuckin' crying about it, thats life, thats the hand you're dealt, fat cunts got it, thick cunts got it, the cunt with the squeaky voice got it, I don't look back going 'oh me oh my, I was a victim of abuse' cuz I weren't, its just people taking the mickey and when people do that they tend to go for the soft touch or the easy target, thats all it is, it ain't exclusive to race, its human nature.  There's plenty of people I've taken the mickey out of in life, sometimes quite harshly, am I a fuckin' bully now, should I be put under that little sub-heading with racists and toxic males or whatever the popular term is this week?

Honestly, I'm 36 years old, I'm a grown fuckin' man, I'd feel fuckin' ashamed of myself if I was running around like a fraggle going 'I'm a victim of abuse', do me a fuckin' favour.  To me its to do with a lack of social skills and an inability to see beyond oneself.  Everyone (or most people) in this world has gotten stick at some point or another in life, it REALLY isn't the end of the world.  Harry Kanes a fuckin' victim now too, Christ almighty :lol:

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Watching Harry's Heroes recently I was reminded of the '90s England team I loved, and their reunion made me wish they were my mates... and obviously that I'd played for them! https://inews.co.uk/culture/television/harrys-heroes-the-full-english-redknapp-itv-review-far-more-than-football/


Comparing the John Barnes talking about 'unconscious racism' on the news this morning and the Barnes taken back to the '90s was like watching two different men. 

In that programme a couple of his mates played a prank, taking some fried chicken around, knocking on the door and hiding. 

Barnes answered the door, and then they saw him eating it inside, and he laughed about it when they knocked again. 

If Barnes was on 'unconscious bias' then he'd have called them 'racist' for leaving the fried chicken at his door!

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28 minutes ago, Axl's Agony Aunt said:

Watching Harry's Heroes recently I was reminded of the '90s England team I loved, and their reunion made me wish they were my mates... and obviously that I'd played for them! https://inews.co.uk/culture/television/harrys-heroes-the-full-english-redknapp-itv-review-far-more-than-football/


Comparing the John Barnes talking about 'unconscious racism' on the news this morning and the Barnes taken back to the '90s was like watching two different men. 

In that programme a couple of his mates played a prank, taking some fried chicken around, knocking on the door and hiding. 

Barnes answered the door, and then they saw him eating it inside, and he laughed about it when they knocked again. 

If Barnes was on 'unconscious bias' then he'd have called them 'racist' for leaving the fried chicken at his door!

To which a very simple response would be that was nigh on 30 years ago and prevailing attitudes were different, no one would've much been bothered back then. 

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51 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Why do you presume that because one perspective is presented that there is an inference there that no other side exists? 

Perhaps its because people think Harry Kane is a mong? :lol:

How about everyone just fuckin' grow a pair?  Thats blacks, whites, whoever.  Someone gets the piss taken out of em and its 'abuse' all of a sudden.  Its the deliberate framing of lightweight things with a certain terminology to enable every section of society to claim some form of victimhood, its a load of cobblers.  EVERYONE gets 'abuse' at work if they are open for it.  I've gotten plenty of fuckin' stick working in predominately white working places or going to school where I was a minority, I don't go around fuckin' crying about it, thats life, thats the hand you're dealt, fat cunts got it, thick cunts got it, the cunt with the squeaky voice got it, I don't look back going 'oh me oh my, I was a victim of abuse' cuz I weren't, its just people taking the mickey and when people do that they tend to go for the soft touch or the easy target, thats all it is, it ain't exclusive to race, its human nature.  There's plenty of people I've taken the mickey out of in life, sometimes quite harshly, am I a fuckin' bully now, should I be put under that little sub-heading with racists and toxic males or whatever the popular term is this week?

Honestly, I'm 36 years old, I'm a grown fuckin' man, I'd feel fuckin' ashamed of myself if I was running around like a fraggle going 'I'm a victim of abuse', do me a fuckin' favour.  To me its to do with a lack of social skills and an inability to see beyond oneself.  Everyone (or most people) in this world has gotten stick at some point or another in life, it REALLY isn't the end of the world.  Harry Kanes a fuckin' victim now too, Christ almighty :lol:

the basis for respect has been shifted from personal achievements to "labels" which are like a hot commodity these days. LGBTQ+ or whatever letter you can come up with. If you "own" one of these letters, you can claim a certain position in society that previously, we wanted to claim as a result of hard work.

hard work... now there's an interesting concept. My dad always taught me the following. "Son, the population is divided in those who work, and those who don't. If you keep sitting on your lazy arse, you'll achieve absolutely nothing. And don't come asking for money with me either cos I ain't going to give it to your lazy arse". Interestingly, I was working at his field every goddamn day in summer from as long as I have a memory, but he would still call me a lazy bum anyway. As for my dad himself, he helped build the house he lived in with his parents, when he was only 14 years old. I saw the pictures. Carrying around bags of concrete as a 14 year old looking like friggin bruce lee.

I remember working on the field, under a lead sun, and some no-life losers were cycling by, making fun of me for working while they were heading to the local swimming pool. "it's fools who work", they chanted. That was 1995.

There was me thinking, perhaps a bit naively "yeah, you go on slacking off, I'll be working here, and achieve all the stuff I deserve by working hard". 

Nowadays, these same people are looking for justification to deserve some position in society, and those labels are like a godsend to them.

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There was a report on GMTV this morning about how real names such as ''Slack Alice'' are sexist and liable to ''offend'' female consumers. It was honestly one of the most ridiculous snowflake items I have seen. Article about it,

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2019/aug/07/camra-calls-time-on-sexist-names-at-great-british-beer-festival

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I once called a Lazy Susan a "Differently Motivated Susan" and got a bit of a laugh.

 

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On 09/08/2019 at 11:28 AM, Len Cnut said:

To which a very simple response would be that was nigh on 30 years ago and prevailing attitudes were different, no one would've much been bothered back then. 

No, that was now, during the reunion. 

30 years ago they'd have shit on his doorstep! As Seaman said somebody did on his balcony!! :headbang:

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On 08/08/2019 at 6:11 PM, soon said:

Thank you for having me for some cofflosophy!

about merkle all I can say is that as an outsider your nation came off very poorly with regard to the wedding tbh. I don’t understand why only her mom was allowed? Like even with royal protocols, an old bird can’t even have an approved plus one? 

And that priest business. The nation become uncomfortable because a black man gave a very average style wedding homily. :shrugs: and that was your liberal media’s framing of the sermon.

Meghan's lucky she's not locked in the Tower of London for fraud and deception! Like the American shaman with the Norwegian princess!!

Meghan doesn't talk to her (white) father's side of the family. Don't know if it's only her mother left from the other side, but think it was her choice to sit alone; again, looks like a set-up by Meghan for her Black Power activism, but could be me being paranoid. 

The priest looks another set-up. The BBC's Sunday morning programming has gone all non-white and religious, where there used to be balanced critical opinions!

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On 09/08/2019 at 11:01 AM, Len Cnut said:

Why do you presume that because one perspective is presented that there is an inference there that no other side exists? 

Perhaps its because people think Harry Kane is a mong? :lol:

How about everyone just fuckin' grow a pair?  Thats blacks, whites, whoever.  Someone gets the piss taken out of em and its 'abuse' all of a sudden.  Its the deliberate framing of lightweight things with a certain terminology to enable every section of society to claim some form of victimhood, its a load of cobblers.  EVERYONE gets 'abuse' at work if they are open for it.  I've gotten plenty of fuckin' stick working in predominately white working places or going to school where I was a minority, I don't go around fuckin' crying about it, thats life, thats the hand you're dealt, fat cunts got it, thick cunts got it, the cunt with the squeaky voice got it, I don't look back going 'oh me oh my, I was a victim of abuse' cuz I weren't, its just people taking the mickey and when people do that they tend to go for the soft touch or the easy target, thats all it is, it ain't exclusive to race, its human nature.  There's plenty of people I've taken the mickey out of in life, sometimes quite harshly, am I a fuckin' bully now, should I be put under that little sub-heading with racists and toxic males or whatever the popular term is this week?

Honestly, I'm 36 years old, I'm a grown fuckin' man, I'd feel fuckin' ashamed of myself if I was running around like a fraggle going 'I'm a victim of abuse', do me a fuckin' favour.  To me its to do with a lack of social skills and an inability to see beyond oneself.  Everyone (or most people) in this world has gotten stick at some point or another in life, it REALLY isn't the end of the world.  Harry Kanes a fuckin' victim now too, Christ almighty :lol:

I agree with you about everyone becoming moaning, and that they should 'grow up' and 'grow a pair'. But I think that's down to the Multicultural Fascism we've had over the last twenty years, along with compensation culture etc. A lot of it comes from the USA too, with its big cultural production. 

However, presenting one side and not the other is the basis of fascism. 

Instead of most programmes (like Sunday Morning Live, now with two non-white presenters) talking about a problem with Islamism, most are now talking about  a problem with Islamophobia! Islam hasn't improved, it's just that the BBC have decided to get into bed with them; with the similarities between the Prophet Mohammed and Jimmy Savile you'd think they'd avoid!; maybe because the 'right-wing' has offended the Establishment?

As for Kane, I think you're letting your 'unconscious biases' get the better of you; no, only joking, you're openly biased against him!

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