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Sportsman

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  1. Because I like winding tw*ts like you up Too easy
  2. So who do we have in the little gang? First we have the moron who has decided I obviously have no friends based solely on the fact that I occasionally write on a fishing forum. I don'y quite know how to break this to him as he obviously doesn't understand, but so does he Then we have the littke sad thing that cried like a baby and said that he had to leave because I was a bully, for pointing out the truth about his bull**** He only joins in from the sidelines when he feels he has other on his side. If you added both of their IQs together, you would still not reach double figures (By the way, if either of you have any problems understanding this post ask a grown up to help) Then we have Chesters1
  3. Nice little group we have here. I thought the remarks might be malicious, but I was mistaken.
  4. Ken When did the British people say "yeah" to no deal Brexit? It wasn't mentioned in the referendum, in fact Johnson et al were saying that they would retain access to the single market. That they would be stupid NOT to retain access to the single market. Of course, they may have been lying, knowing that there was no way that they could retain access to the single market without meeting other conditions. If they didn't know that then they were obviously incompetent. EU: " Of course you can have access to the single market, but you will have to conform to the same rules as others who enjoy that privilige" UK: " But we are the UK, we don't have to abide by the rules" EU: "I am afaid you do" UK : "But it's not fair, If you don't let me I'll scream and scream until I'm sick and it's all your fault" EU: "OK" Boris et al: "But we have already promised everyone" EU: Oh dear, let us know if you come up with anything else. Bye.
  5. EU intransigence? I understood that access to the single market was possible but would have required the UK to meet certain conditions, which they were not prepared to do. If the EU were to give the UK access to the single market once they have left, without the UK meeting any of the requirements. then any other country in the world can have access to the single market when it suits them. Doesn't sound likely, does it. It is a bit like someone leaving a fishing club to start their own, but damanding access to all of the original clubs water whenever they feel like it, without meting any of the club rules Maybe it was the UK's intransigence in failing to meet those conditions which means that access was not possible.
  6. Ah yes, the dreaded antifar terrorists. From a report on racially or religiously motivated murders published in America. "from 2009 through 2018, right-wing extremists accounted for 73 percent of such killings, according to the ADL, compared with 23 percent for Islamists and 3 percent for left-wing extremists"
  7. Just for balance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lNtyG0gUyg BTW, before the usual abuse starts, I am not a socialist or left wing supporter, I am just anti right wing.
  8. Regardless of who becomes Prime Minister, does anyone think that the UK will leave the EU on 31st October? To add to this, my own opinion is that you won't. There is no realistic expectation of a new deal by that date so the only alternative is no deal. If Boris tries to do that he will lose a vote of no confidence. If he prorogues parliament to do it then he will lose a vote of no confidence. Either way, Boris will go down as the shortest lived Prime minister, possibly in history. (I can't be bothered to look it up)
  9. Why would Farage be bothered about who takes charge of the EU? You will be leaving in 3 months, won't you? You can trust Boris I'm sure.
  10. I didn't mention Trump getting reelected. He may well. As for in 3rd year and nothing has happened, that is down to the spineless republicans in Congress. Had a Democratic president done and said a fraction of the things that Trump has, they would be falling over themselves to impeach. American politics has descended into a cheap copy of a 3rd world banana republic. As for the UK doing anything by November, they are busily electing probably the worst candidate in British history who is just stupid enough to drag the UK out to who knows what, after lying continuously to get himself into this position and displaying a complete ignorance of the subject. Thankfully, he is likely to be the shortest lived PM on record as well I see that Farage was ranting on the radio about the new EU boss. He said that she had no legitimacy because she only won by a narrow margin and now she has a nice well paid job for 5 years. His hypocricy knows no bounds.
  11. The farce continues https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1W8wSa5JTl0
  12. Sleepwalking into potential disaster https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrF8bb6b8ig This guy makes sense, as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrTcXwTDeb0 So, the UK will have a prime minister who looks like Trump, who sounds like Trump and who lies like Trump. This is the man who will be negotiating the YUGE trade deal with Trump. Heaven help you, and all of us.
  13. Strange, I always see them descibed as Muslim grooming gangs. When I read about muslims I don't remeber ever reading about their country of origen. It is always "The Muslims did this" or "the Muslims did that" Years ago I was mugged by three white football hooligans. I don't remember them being described as Christian muggers at the time.
  14. No-one could disagree with that. I would make the point that the vast majority of these offenders are from the same country, so it isn't predominantly Moslems to blame, although that is what happens. All you hear about is moslem grooming gangs rather that Pakistani grooming gangs.
  15. 9 months. Seems fair. He will be out in a few weeks and then he can pi** off to Trumpland
  16. Way back before Trump was elected, I joked on here about Trump negotiating with Boris if we were not careful, and what a disaster that would be. I thought it was funny at the time.
  17. Ken Yes, I rather thought you might have... Or rather you've had it made up for you by a very effective propaganda machine. And yet, 10 hours ago, you couldn't explain what he had done wrong. I suppose you also think he's a racist of some sort. I read a lot of news. I get my news from a wide range of sources, not just from conspiracy theorists like infowars or Breitbart, or even Fox news. All I know of the case is what I have read, just like you, I have no special knowlege. He has been found guilty of contempt of court, he will be sentenced for the offence. I am happy with that. Had he been found innocent I would have been happy with that as well. It has no impact on my life. What I found ironic and hypocritical was a person with his backgound making a plea for political asylum, and on a show like infowars, which is an insult to anyone's intelligence.. As for having my mind made up for me by a propoganda machine, one that you are obviously immune to, but which affects all of us that don,t have your level of understanding, I find this insulting. Do I think he is a racist? Of course Do I care? No, not really I actually think he is a con artist making a lot of money by pretending to have these great ideals but that is just my ill informed opinion. We will have to agree to differ.
  18. Persecution? Sorry, but I have made up my own mind
  19. No.it's OK. They have a special grownup who explains it all.
  20. My understanding is the charge was contempt of court. Something he should have been aware of as he had prviously been awarded a suspended sentence for it. No mention of being jailed for breach of the peace. I don't really understand why he is so worried about it. It's not exactly the first time, is it? 2005: Jailed for 12 months for assault 2010: Arrested for public order offence 2011: Convicted for football hooliganism 2011: Jailed for breaching bail conditions 2011: Convicted for assault 2011: Jailed for rooftop protest in Switzerland 2013 Jailed for using false passport 2014: Jailed for mortgage fraud 2014: Convicted for public order offences 2015: Recalled to prison 2017: Convicted for contempt of court (3 months suspended sentenced) 2018: Convicted for contempt of court (3 months suspended sentence invoked plus a further 10 months) This list may or may not be exhaustive. I did not research each of the above cases myself. Please amend if you know better.
  21. The Ambassador hasn't been at all undiplomatic. He sent an honest report to his employers, the UK government, as is his job. It is what all Ambassadors do on behalf of countries all over the world. The fault lies with the person who leaked it to the newspapers. Don't you think that the US Ambassador sends similar reports to the US government, even if Trump can't read them, or at least, understand them?
  22. Oh, I do apologise. I didn't realise that it had an actual definition. I thought that it was a general perjorative term for snivelling little tw*ts who couldn't get their own way. I will know better next time and call him more accurate names. Edit Hmm, seems I wasn't too far out anyway. Snowflake (slang) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Snowflake is a 2010s derogatory slang termfor a person, implying that they have an inflated sense of uniqueness, an unwarranted sense of entitlement, or are overly-emotional, easily offended, and unable to deal with opposing opinions.
  23. He wasn't found guilty of filming or reporting, he was found guilty of contempt of court. He was ordered to stop by the court more than once. He decided that the law didn't apply to him. It did. Do I feel any sympathy for him? What do you think? https://twitter.com/i/status/1148340374454374401
  24. Wow, condemning a man to death? I am not responsible for his crimes and I have not found him guilty of anything. The only person responsible is him. I think ALL criminals should face the consequences, regardless of their race, creed or political affiliations. As for articulating his crimes, I am sure that they have been articulated very clearly by professionals in court. Interesting that you claim he couldn't have broken the law because the defendents were found guilty anyway. IMO opinion the breaking of the law is not dependent on the outcome. If someone breaks into your house to steal your television, gets as far as the window and decides the TV is too heavy and puts it down again, then you are saying that no law has been broken because the TV was not, in fact, stolen. If someone steals your car and the police get it back then no crime has been commited and and the thieves should not be punished? The old adage "if you can't do the time, don't do the crime" springs to mind. It wasn't as if he didn't know. He had been warned to stop and decided to carry on, his decision.
  25. It's not my job to explain what he did wrong. He has had his day in court, more than one actually, and he has been found guilty. Just like anyone else who breaks the law and is found guilty he suffers the consequences. There is something deeply ironic and a tad hypocritical about him becoming an asylum seeker though. Life in his own country has become difficult for him (his own fault) so now he want's to go to another country because his life should be better. A great idea when it suits him.
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