Guilty Pleasures

 

Not BBC bias but entertaining despite being anti-Trump and all that….enjoy….

 

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4 Responses to Guilty Pleasures

  1. Oaknash says:

    Very funny and powerful for that. – And illustrates exactly why the left want to stifle debate by merging the margins of what is acceptable and what is not. Thanks to the likes of “ever so right on ” Allison Saunders we are on the edge of a very slippery slope.

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  2. Scroblene says:

    Why do children from Guardian readers’ families think making this is in any way interesting, informative, factual, funny, worth the effort, blah blah blah…

    I could have watched my leg being sawn off without a drink for those wasted minutes!

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    • Oaknash says:

      I did actually find it quite funny. The trouble is the left are allowed to laugh at us but when it comes to us poking fun at their all to numerous shibboleths they react as if we have just goosed the virgin Mary. I suspect it is because many of them are one directional people who cannot cope with the fact that many of us in this country actually find what they are doing is bloody ridiculous.

      The ability to laugh at ourselves is not a sign of weakness of opinion it is a sign of strength and confidence in our own culture. One particular religion I know of lacks so much confidence in its scriptures and teachings that it finds it necessary to execute cartoonists that draw pictures of its main prophet!

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      • Up2snuff says:

        Oak, I agree. It was funny and I’m not sure it was done by ‘lefties’ either. Am not familiar with any TV these days, especially from The Netherlands. It was some tongue in cheek fun – very witty.

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