Long Weekend Open Thread 22 March 2019

We are about to witness a week of hysteria shovelled out by The Far Left BBC . It will be an ideal time to record the bias right here….

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  1. pugnazious says:

    LOL…just seen this on Guido….very apt in relation to last comment about Farage and his allegedly incendiary language as he ‘fights’ for Brexit….

    https://order-order.com/2019/03/22/revoke-article-50-petition-creator-threatened-may-discussed-buy-legal-guns-take-commons/

    ‘Revoke Article 50’ Petition Creator Threatened May, Discussed How to Buy “Legal” Guns and Take Them to Commons

    The creator of the petition is a certain Margaret Anne Georgiadou, who went on LBC to discuss the petition this afternoon. Now Guido can reveal a series of shocking posts from her on Facebook where she makes repeated death threats against Theresa May. She even discusses in detail with fellow Remainers how to purchase “legal” guns and go to the House of Commons.

    In January, Georgiadou wrote about how she hoped that May would kill herself. In two further comments that now appear to have been deleted, she described May (or possibly Andrea Leadsom) as a “creature” that “needs putting down” and threatened to shoot May “point blank”.

    petition9.png?resize=540%2C107&ssl=1

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    • Rich says:

      Pugz,

      I did a quick search for this woman yesterday when I saw the name because I was interested to see if she had any Labour connections or previous. Apart from a few mentions of NHS related campaigns around the Huddersfield area, nothing.

      No twitter, no Facebook, no pictures of her even when she is mentioned in accompanying text and although apparently a college lecturer, I have no idea as to where or what she lectured. There were historical accounts hinted at, even something that was all Greek to me, but nothing live came up. Of course I could have searched more thoroughly, if I could have been really arsed and had access to LinkedIn and the likes, but different search engines and about 20 minutes meandering produced no real information or idea as to who or what this woman is at all.

      This seems a bit strange doesn’t it?

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    • Van Helsing says:

      If the scuffers/rozzers/peelers etc. can arrest a man for calling Soubry a Nazi then surely Margaret Georgiadou ought to be brought in front of the beaks tout de suite.

      Ah, silly me – she’s a Remainer…

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  2. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I see the police are issuing a stern warning to the lorry drivers who are planning a go slow protest in favour of Brexit.

    I have a solution for them to stop any police hassle.
    They should tell the police they are remainers.

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  3. Annunaki says:

    Welcome to Britain! free movement for all:

    Some 18,492 people are currently in jail after being convicted of sex offences in Turkey, Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gül has said.

    Speaking in the Central Anatolian province of Konya, Gül said new “preventive and punitive” measures against child molesters are on the agenda of six ministries working on the issue collaboratively.

    “Currently, there are 18,492 convicts jailed for sex offences in Turkey. Six ministries are working on preventive and punitive measures on this issue collaboratively,” he added.

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/more-than-18-000-convicted-of-sex-offences-in-turkey-minister-128549

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  4. Annunaki says:

    Welcome to Britain :

    Turkey’s ruling AK Party has been widely condemned for a proposal that would, critics say, legalise rape in some cases.

    The suggested law would see people who have been convicted on charges of sexual abuse against girls have their sentences indefinitely postponed if they agree to marry the victim.

    This would only apply in cases occurring before November 16, in instances where no “force, threat or trick” was committed.

    The AKP says the law aims to pardon men who did not realise they were engaging in sex with a minor. Civil marriage under the age of 18 is illegal in Turkey, but marriage between men and underage girls through a religious ceremony is common in some parts of the country.

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    • cromwell says:

      Well it is a Muslim country. What do you expect. Absolutely disgusting 3rd world morals

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  5. Annunaki says:

    How much say do we get to allow the above to enter our country ? is that demcracy or a Nazi takeover by stealth

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    • cromwell says:

      Just watching RT news an American man who says he thinks leavers would vote the same again and result would be same as last time. Then we have this remain woman who said remain would win if there was another vote as they are geared up and last time the remain side didn’t campaign hard enough !! Then it turns out she lives in Spain and had also lived in Italy but said tax too high there. Where do they get these people to interview from.

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    • Van Helsing says:

      How much say? Take a wild guess…

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    • Van Helsing says:

      How much say? Take a wild guess…

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  6. taffman says:

    \\Brexit’s fate is “in the hands of our British friends” after EU leaders agreed to delay the departure date by at least two weeks, says Donald Tusk.//
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47672136
    Great Britain, the last bastion of democracy in Europe is fighting for its survival against the biggest dictatorship that the continent has seen. There is a fifth column within, helping do destroy democracy. If democracy loses, those calling for a second vote will surrender to the dictatorship and will reap the whirlwinds that will follow in the future. Our Parliament will be finished.
    Vote UKIP.

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    • Luckyharry69 says:

      @Taff
      Ive always been a ‘Libertarian’ but have moved so far right now I agree with you…I will be voting UKIP or For Britain or a coalition of right parties which I think we should all be pushing for…..its very kind of Tusk to let us decide our OWN fate…what a nice chap……..

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  7. theisland says:

    Apparently

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  8. Beltane says:

    Concerned about potential bot interference creating false and creatively exaggerated signatories to the on-line Cancel Article 50 petition, the BBC contacted three cyber-security consultants.
    Using the expertise granted to them – and a fair slice of licence-payers dosh, no doubt, since consultants are well-versed in assessing the exceptionally high value of their advice – all three were able to confirm that the e-mail validation processes involved in registration would be a sufficient deterrent.
    So that’s all right then.

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    • Van Helsing says:

      So how did said purported experts explain the raft of subscribers from outwith the UK?

      Let me guess…they weren’t asked to.

      Oh, and email validation is hardly fool (read: uberzealous Remainer) proof.

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      • Kaiser says:

        its really very simple especially as you have had one go already ,you already have the scripts from 2016

        https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36640459

        to drive the .gov website
        1 you need a list of various postcodes forenames surnames
        2 automation software freely available
        3 generate a spreadsheet of required fields to vary postcode name and random email names but to same domain x and drive automation software with it

        to respond to validation request

        4 internet hosting account map domain x on to it
        5 set all emails not recognised on domain to drop into single admin account
        6 write a little script to click on the validation email

        and knock yourself out generating votes for fun

        if your really determined stack some more domain names to the same place and repeat

        try not to go to the .gov to often or they will probably see it as a denial of service attack

        try not go beyond the isp’s emails per hour limit else they might think your spamming

        I would like to see how many came from .ac.uk accounts

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  9. Guest Who says:

    Everyone have their belly button fluff combs ready?

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  10. Guest Who says:

    😉

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    • Van Helsing says:

      And therein lies the flaw with email verification. But the BBC already knew this, didn’t they?

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    • Fedup2 says:

      I wonder how many ‘ Nigel farages’ Have signed the A50 pledge . At least this nonsense will discredit the insulting parliamentary petition farce .

      Has it ever achieved anything ?

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  11. Guest Who says:

    😉

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  12. upandatem says:

    Fed up with it all now. Fed up with worrying about whether or not we will leave the EU. Fed up with the worst prime minister, worst government and worst opposition we have ever had. Fed up with the BBC and their awful bias. Fed up with Islam. Fed up with having to watch a vast array of ethnic groups, sexual oddities and feminists, moan and groan about how offended they are about everything. Fed up with feeling powerless to change any of it. Fed up. Fed up. Fed up.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Up- wow – ten Fedups !

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    • Van Helsing says:

      I wish I could suggest something helpful, but having rifled through my suggestion lockers all I could come up with is changing your username to Fedupandatem…

      Sorry. Genuinely.

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      • upandatem says:

        Thank you for your sympathy; much appreciated and I love your suggestion for a new username. I shall have a good night’s sleep and, hopefully, awake refreshed with renewed vigour for the fight.

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        • dazzer says:

          keep your chin up. Maybe, just maybe a British Trump will emerge from this chaos and we can wear Make Great Britian Great Again hats like they do with MAGA in the US 😉

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    • G says:

      upand,
      Take cheer! If you’re like me, childless, no living relatives and on the last lap of life, you eventually sport a grin, in the confident knowledge of where its all going. Regrets? Yes, two. I won’t be around to see the civil unrest that is sure to happen and Ebay does’nt sell suicide vests. The UK? When the pop. wake up it will be Syria over the recent years – repeated.

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  13. Fedup2 says:

    Watching the footy – some disaster charity is advertising for money for Africa . Now according to my understanding of David Lammy MP – i , as a whitee , am disqualified from making a donation because all these black Africans are fed up with being treated as victims by whitee and they can sort their own continent out thank you very much .

    Perhaps Mr Lammy could get on the stealth bicycle the tax payer bought him and go on an extended ‘factfinding tour ‘ of his beloved post colonial Africa ….. was going to say ‘and stay there ‘ ..but I think Africa is suffering enough ….

    As for the footy – I’m trying to work out how many minutes silence there will be —- NZ – Africa – Brexit – the awful fleabag 2nd series -May’s career – could be a long one

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    • fakenewswatcher says:

      Question is, after the silence, will the diver and card player extraordinaire crack it again tonight?
      Or will the game win?
      Goodness me, applause in memory of Gordon Banks, the game is winning already…

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      • fakenewswatcher says:

        There we go, first attempt in the area already…bit too blatant – didn’t work. Life is tough at the top…
        That may make the second more difficult?
        OK no need, managed it the right way, after all.
        Let’s see whether temptation lurks.

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  14. Annunaki says:

    Fedup party as I am absoutley sick of hearing abour bloody muslims when we have many immigrants in this country and NONE of them whinge and whine like the muslims and at the same time attack our educators and other minorities

    Chinese new year all welcome, sikh and hindu all welcome enjoy … muslims keep away from our ghettos if you are gay or jewish or homosexual etc, etc,

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  15. Annunaki says:

    It is blooddy obvious they are blasting the media en mass with their emails and the political elected (Corbyn) are desperate for their votes and willing to sell this country to the biggest voter even if they are a taxi rapist muslim

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    • Fedup2 says:

      One of the many popcorn aspects of the desperate attempt to remain – is that Cameron failed to get anything from the EU , set a referendum , misunderstood how out of touch politicians are are ran off to write his book ……

      Now we have another PM who has screwed up the last two years , badly supported and advised , will screw up or frustrate democracy and then and go and write her book …,

      Whatever the outcome the shame of all of them – yes all of them- should have a long term impact – unless people forget again or find who wins ‘ x strictly talent ‘ more important ..

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  16. Captain Panick says:

    Misuse of taxpayers money, against government policy, by traitorous collaborators, using innocent animals. Apologies if the link goes wrong.

    Update. It went wrong. How do you copy a screensave in here?

       10 likes

    • Eddy Booth says:

      it could be made easier
      I did it once by first uploading jpeg here
      https://imgbb.com/
      then copy one of the links- I forgot which one –
      into the ”add images to your comment” box

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  17. Annunaki says:

    I fully expect every muslim to turn up to a Manchester church with women without theuir burkas to show unity ………..

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  18. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    We may well end up with some kind of pathetic soft Brexit.
    After the 2022 general election when about 450 of the remoaner mps have been kicked out of parliament and we vote in MPs that actually represent the population, will we be able to do what we democratically voted for in 2016?

    That seems to be the only way we will get what we voted for.

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  19. G.W.F. says:

    I saw a vid of St Jacinta of love and peace with hijab on doing the Allah Akibah song.
    Then I wandered on to You Tube and in front of that Infidel, Nelson and his column Londoners were being treated to the song

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    • Banania says:

      Dreadful!

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      • Lucy Pevensey says:

        It’s a sin. Now can we have a mass- gathering and prayer of repentance to YHVH (Jehovah) God and ask for his forgiveness for the offensive noise in London?

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      • Expat John says:

        Get used to it, another few years and attendance will be compulsory.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      GWF
      I think the NZ thing is one of those cases of the snowflaking getting out of hand with nobody sane enough to say ‘ cool it ‘

      It comes because NZ has watched routine slaughter in London and Manchester and a hundred more victim locations but never had it on their own door step . So they don’t have the ‘ routine’ other nations develop.
      This sounds brutal but think about it .
      Confused news of attack(s) victim numbers , chaos, misinformation , MSM / internet blame game ,
      Politicians all together , blames someone . Argue . 2 days later move on .

      ( and yes I am aware of the NZ. Earth quake )

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    • Dimebars says:

      That was the most offensive and distasteful video I’ve ever watched , what the “F” is wrong with those people . Gawd ,they deserve everything they get.

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    • Lucy Pevensey says:

      islamonausea.png

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    • vlad says:

      I think we should save a lot of time and trouble, and just declare Britain an Islamic province of the caliphate. Ladies, get your burkas. Gays, avoid tall buildings. Boys and girls, watch your backs, so to speak. And guys, have one last bacon sarnie, washed down with one last pint.

      Or emigrate to Poland or Hungary where they’re having none of it, and make a last stand there.

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  20. Captain Panick says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/i/topics/tweet/1108873923981127681?cn=ZmxleGlibGVfcmVjc18y&refsrc=email

    This is the Twitter feed using government feline resources to campaign AGAINST Brexit by the alleged Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, or collaborators and traitors as they should be known.

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  21. taffman says:

    “Ministers ‘divided’ over process for testing Brexit options”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47670348
    It looks like she may take her ‘deal’ and put it in the bin.
    Parliament to have free vote ? Is the EU is controlling our Parliament ?
    If there was time that we needed a Cromwell or a Guy Fawkes , its now.
    Vote & support UKIP.

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    • fakenewswatcher says:

      Taffman: Interesting how little coverage UKIP has had. 2%? Nigel had the odd go, on behalf of the virtual party, only to be sneeringly attacked by Mishal, on the one occasion I can remember. Did leave himself open to it though, staffwise. (Bit embarrassing after the big fuss he made about you know who…) Another 2%?
      So much for the two parties who unambiguously represent the 17.4 million. Maximum 4% from the impartial broadcaster.
      That leaves the ERG. So far, not greatly impressive, but who knows what’s happening behind the scenes? Or would that be wild optimism?
      Coverage for parliament as a whole, which HANDED THE DECISION TO THE PEOPLE, then took it back, about 60%? Lately more like 90%? Ms May, the EU characters and a few remainers, got at least a third.
      Or am I wildly out in my perceptions (too much watching parliament channel?)

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  22. gaxvil says:

    But they fought to have a final vote on Brexit and for it to pass through the Commons. Maybe they should have taken a interest a little earlier?

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  23. Jeff says:

    Having forced myself to watch part of the news I witnessed sometihing I thought I’d never see. An entire nation on the verge of cultural collapse.
    It would appear that the majority of New Zealand people have attended the Islam call to prayers and most of the women, led by their ludicrous PM have donned the Hijab. What a flesh crawlingly appalling shambles.
    Shame on them.
    I’d heard that there were more sheep in New Zealand than anywhere else.
    Yep…

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    • G.W.F. says:

      Jeff,

      See my post above. They were at it in Londonistan. In front of Nelson’s Column.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Jeff
      They are having a touch of the’ Princess Di s’-
      And it’s a sad loss of innocence

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    • Despairada says:

      Jeff
      “flesh crawlingly appalling”
      You said it.

      More than ever I am in despair that this shows there is no chance of a proper (non violent) push back against izlamisation.

      I could try to reason out why this is happening; e.g. They might be thinking ‘Everybody is doing this nice thing, so I am going to do this nice thing too to show that I’m just as nice as they are’. The socio psychological concept of dissonance reduction probably explains some of it. But, ideally, I wish that I didn’t have to waste any part of my life thinking about islam and why it makes d*ck heads of people. Life is too short.

      Earlier, I had to turn off Any Questions (R4) because one of the panel was bliithering on about how pleased or proud she was that there was such a thriving mosk in her constituency.

      Do they know nothing about izzlam?

      I refuse to pronounce it : iss-laaam, like you’re supposed to, apparently.

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      • Kaiser says:

        dont be to depressed people , its only a matter of time till a few more people are battered into reality

        Germany today arrested a group who had hired a truck of peace so were probably within 24 hours of another major slaughter

        unfortunately for the sheeple, the security services run of good luck cant last for ever

        the time is now for you to awaken to take simple steps to avoid being a victim

        Stay aware , stay awoke , eyes open, keep your back to the wall, , keep out of the corner, avoid possible situations

        I learnt from a mate who served in NI , who spent all his time scanning the crowd, looking for people who were looking for him

        dont be a victim, dont look like a victim, dont act like a victim, dont follow the sheep, dont be a sheep, walk tall, walk proud

        keep safe my friends
        love kaiser

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      • Banania says:

        And Moosslim, that’s really annoying.

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    • Roland Deschain says:

      I’ll be more impressed when they undergo FGM in solidarity.

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      • Annunaki says:

        and bash a few jews and gays and stone a few wimmin

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      • Guest Who says:

        If ever a Norwegian local gets driven insane by the calibre of body beach ready on a nudist beach along the Cote d’Azur, the resulting global displays of solidarity with victims will be… interesting.

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    • fakenewswatcher says:

      Jeff – Sheep.
      ‘The West’ has been celebrating ‘the death’ of its own God for some time. (At least, its chattering classes and media have.) Too much Patriarchy?
      Has that left a vacuum for someone else to move into? Is part of that vacuum: nowhere to go for guilt? (Maybe a ‘fairy in the sky’ theory doesn’t do it for everyone?)
      Science has been very impressive, striking out into the universe, landing on Pluto, piccies of Ultima Thule etc. Voyagers 1 & 2 maybe hundreds of billions of light years to go, before…what? Science has also gone right down into the very small with quantum mechanics and particle physics. But it hasn’t begun to answer any ‘why’ questions of Meaning.
      Mr Richard Dawkins hasn’t even got off the starting blocks. Charming, witty and wise though they are, Drs Aderin-Pockock, Cox, and Al Khalili of bbc fame, ditto.
      And if there is indeed a lot of guilt hanging around, I can see how that’s been exploited. An open goal…
      All we, like sheep, have gone astray?
      I agree with you on the flesh-crawling shambles, though. 100%

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    • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

      Sadly, over the years of our adult lives the UK has become a joke country. There was a respite for a few years in the Thatcher era, but since then things have gone runaway and we have accelerated into full blown lunacy.

      One small step in the right direction (Brexit) now looks like it will be denied us. Our politicians are a bunch of worthless spivs who’d rather be told what to do by German civil servants.

      The media is full of childish bleating by various special interest ethnics, militant mullahs, or frankly disturbed people who don’t know if they’re a boy or a girl. All supported of course by a monstrous regiment of wimmin.

      I don’t know how it will be done but we have to go back. Back to sense, rationality and to see the world how it really is. Unfortunately, our country only seems to manage wet, weak and cowardly nowadays in the face of any problem.

      We need a Cromwell again, or a Trump of our own would be a good start.

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  24. Dover Sentry says:

    The flak is always heaviest when you are directly over the target.

    https://ibb.co/1rZs3DX

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    • taffman says:

      What on earth have our MEPs been doing for the last 40 years ?
      Its not just us………..https://www.ft.com/content/c7bbaf00-4bb9-11e9-bbc9-6917dce3dc62

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Dover
      8th airforce fortress perhaps ?

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      • Van Helsing says:

        The rear turret is wrong for a B17. It looks more like an RAF kite, probably a Short Stirling.

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        • Dover Sentry says:

          Yes, an RAF Short Stirling. Flak damage. Rear gunner didn’t survive but the aircraft made it back home.

          Today, Germany rules. So they think.

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          • Kaiser says:

            my grand father-in law would be spinning in his grave at this government, air force 37 to 47 returned home to a prefab, he was drafted in to dambusters on the eve of the raid for a sick rear gunner

            My ex-wife and myself dont agree on much other than our grandparents were the greatest generation and we owe them a debt of honour we can never repay.

            I had an uncle posted to Madagascar who didnt come home for 7 years

            My other uncles best man went down on the hood , years before my uncle finally stormed the beachs at dunkirk

            One of my grandfathers brought malaria back from Burma
            the other older one was gassed on the somme and in 1919 was given a suit and a train ticket home to the dole queue

            And this government wants to argue about a dip in GDP after what these people sacrificed for the freedom and sovereignty of its children and grandchildren.

            PATHETIC PATHETIC PATHETIC

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  25. Annunaki says:

    Deal means agreement no deal means f you and that means not paying for your 60 000 eurosalary

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  26. Dover Sentry says:

    If the Referendum result had been 85% supporting Leave, May and Parliament would still have fought tooth and nail to Remain.

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  27. Annunaki says:

    It is all about self interest travelling expenses and hotel expenses

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  28. G.W.F. says:

    Dunno how this is going to pan out, but hope the BBC reporters get stuck in the Brexit go slow

    Fight4Brexit
    1 hr ·
    The Brexit GoSlow has Began on the M6 and A40 Organised by Direct Action. 👊🇬🇧
    Here Is The List Of Roads which are Organised to have blockades on tonight.
    A30 Cornwall – 3.30pm
    A5/M54 Telford – 5pm
    A303 to M5 Somerset – 5pm
    M1 Derby/Nottingham – 6pm
    A414 Felixstowe – 6pm
    M6 Lancaster/Morecambe J34 to 35- 6.30pm
    South Wales M4 around the Prince of Wales Bridge
    M5/M4 between Avonmouth and Bath – 5.30pm

    54462374_1263545940462417_5448001637987647488_n.jpg?_nc_cat=109&_nc_ht=scontent.flhr2-1.fna&oh=0cd7354bbd914d847c0b2602da6a8cdb&oe=5D0BCBEC

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  29. yohodi says:

    Born in 1955, and I have to say despite the threat of Nuclear Obliteration, the first 45 years of my life were the happiest and safest..I remember coming home from school in the 60’s the Magic Roundabout followed by the 6’o’clock news, and the horrors of the Vietnam War, lucky for us kids it was in Black and White..My lia Massacre, Tet Offensive..no Snow Flakery then…and all before the watershed. Things used to make sense, nowadays nothing makes any sense at all…the longer I am in the 21st century the less I like it..and the worst thing of all is ..it’s my generation that f**ked it all up.

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    • taffman says:

      yohodi
      Its not your generation that messed up . It was Parliament’s ‘men of straw’.

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  30. pugnazious says:

    Strange isn’t it how the BBC’s world view changes depending upon how it wants you to change your views.

    Normally the BBC is an ardent, nay fanatical, climate change advocate which promotes dumping fossil fuels for renewables and tells us that CO2 is a pollutant killing the planet.

    Then along comes Brexit. And all change. Now oil is good, the oil industry and the jobs it brings are good……and Brexit is apparently a threat to all that goodness.

    This is the same shift we see with Capitalism and Big Business….once the evil twins that ‘Occupy’ and Corbyn were the solution to, now the BBC panders to the fatcat businessmen who demand we over-turn Brexit because their single voice is more important than the 17.4 million Leave votes. No more blatant example of the BBC’s volte face is when they were ramping up project fear with tales of how the 350 lorries a day that go to the Honda plant in Swindon will be stuck in traffic jams at Dover #duetobrexit. So now 350 lorries a day to one plant is ‘good’? Not so green when the BBC doesn’t want to be.

    But back to oil and Aberdeen. This morning the BBC was in Aberdeen hovering like vultures over the allegedly almost dead city as Brexit kills it…apparently.

    Curious..only last November the BBC were reporting this….

    ‘Tough economic conditions ‘may be ending’ in Aberdeen’

    And this…

    ‘Oil and gas recruitment ‘on the rise amid renewed confidence”

    And in January this year….

    ‘Gas find in North Sea hailed as ‘biggest in a decade”
    A significant gas discovery in the central North Sea is being described as the biggest find in more than a decade.

    Chinese state-owned company CNOOC said it made the gas discovery – equivalent to 250 million barrels of oil – in its Glengorm project, east of Aberdeen.

    Odd how the BBC not only ignores its own reporting but so readily dumps its climate change campaign in order to promote the oil industry in the face of terrible hardships created by Brexit…allegedly.

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  31. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Why is the the whole world going crazy-ape-bonkers with submission to Islam over one attack on a mosk in far-flung New Zealand? A few days ago I couldn’t have had such doubts but I’m getting more suspicious as time goes on that the whole thing- including the attack itself has been carefully orchestrated.

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    • Roland Deschain says:

      I’d be interested to look back and see how long the BBC kept the Manchester Arena bombing as a main part of its news bulletins. And whether they kept talking about “Islamic supremacy” in the same manner I hear them banging on at this very moment about white supremacy. One week on.

      It doesn’t feel like they did, but perhaps I wasn’t so sensitised to it.

      I have to say that watching all these idiots in their headscarfs fills me with despair. Are we in the West really so stupid that we can’t see the fox in our henhouse? That we must actively embrace it and mimic it? Islam has earned our distrust and we should not have to be reticent in saying so.

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      • Lucy Pevensey says:

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        • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

          It’s horrendous here. I knew it would be. I haven’t switched on the News since the massacre happened. Jacinda Ardern is an appalling virtue signaler so it doesn’t surprise me one bit.
          While I remain horrified at the loss of innocent lives, the emoting of the politicians is embarrassing to say the least.
          There are very few conservative voices in NZ. The populace in general have no idea of what’s going on in the world other than that Trump is a bad guy.
          NZ is a lovely place with friendly people but their naivety is staggering.

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      • Kaiser says:

        I saw a mass de-skarfing in solidaritary … oh no I didnt

           6 likes

    • Jeff says:

      Lucy, please we’ve got to be sensible.
      This horrendous attack wasn’t “carefully orchestrated”…
      But undoubtedly it is being cynically exploited.

         16 likes

      • Roland Deschain says:

        Just like Grenfell, and with the same speed.

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      • Kaiser says:

        hmmmm deliberately mis -interpreted perhaps or way too good

        his green eco communist manifesto is dropping from the internet quicker than a tarts knickers

        christchurch alumni being wiped

        He claims alleged solidarity with brevik, but brevik attacked the off-spring of those the blamed for causing the problem , not what he saw as the muslim pawns/useful idiots in the game . So really the NZ’s virtue signalling PM’s family would have made a more logical target

        Brevik even suggested a tactical alliance with muslims to fight cultural Marxism

        ive seen the brevik manifesto and some of he who shall not be named’s because I didnt want to see the video and im more interested in motivation than horrible shit and they are pretty much completely dissimilar

        the entire set of signals from the music remove kebab , Serbian symbolism , rotherham ger many , paris stockholm the 14 words references meme lord ok symbol is like an owen jones wet dream come true and proof positive of a worldwide far -right movement crossing continents at least in those who are concerned eyes

        then there is the fan boy respect for candice owens, a conservative black lady that does little but confirm her as a far-right uncle tom to the leftists.
        A basic complete dis-interest in trump despite claims to the contrary but a name check so thats enough

        and yet there seems to be no hitler references no mein kampf quotes, thats surely heresy in far-right terms

        and you know what they say when something seems to be good to be true … and you have spent a couple of years in pakistan

        personally I suspect the asymmetric war just stepped up a notch and innocents were just sacrificed for the cause

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        • Eddy Booth says:

          ”tactical alliance with muslims to fight cultural Marxism”
          there’s an alliance right now -muslims and the politcally correct
          have a truce to fight normal libratarian society

             7 likes

          • EmptyingDadsShed says:

            The Muslims will not have a chance once the left turn against them, how many millions were killed in the past 100 years or so in the name of the revolution

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  32. fakenewswatcher says:

    It appears as if, after 22 months of investigation and who knows how many millions of dollars, Mr Robert Mueller has sent a letter which recommends ‘no further indictments’. Wonder if that will mean no bang and all whimper?
    Pres. Trump is not really my cup of tea, but perhaps he has a tiny hint of a smile on his face tonight? (We await further details).
    Along with messrs. J. Corbyn, J. Adams, L.Varadkar, JC Juncker, G.Southgate, R.Sterling etc
    Possibly not so smiley: Mr J Sopel. Mr C Fraser. Ms K Kay etc etc

       21 likes

    • Kaiser says:

      the bbc news infection in you
      does not yet seem to be cured, maybe some more anti-biotics

      a man who was an american icon and revered until he decided to run against the american tripartite share monarchy

      a breath of straight talking, common sense, northerner seems to be within him , perhaps thats why we like the donald

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  33. Dystopian says:

    Credit “Onetack” on Breitbart comments;

    “So much for unbiased opinion.
    I note on the BBC news website you can sign the petition to cancel Brexit.
    Never any previous petitions – bastards.
    How can we get it taken down. OUT and OUT political bias.”

       36 likes

  34. Lucy Pevensey says:

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    • vlad says:

      Only Muslims allowed to pray on our streets.

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      • dazzer says:

        That Twitter feed shows the scale of the problem.

        In keeping with it’s Friday cheer up post there’s this to try and lift the spirits of the sane driven to near insanity by the stupidity of Europe’s submission:

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    • Peter Grimes says:

      That is obscene! Hope the police prosecute, but I doubt it they are too busy prosecuting women for infiltrating transgender ‘equality’ forums.

         5 likes

  35. Annunaki says:

    we have many minorities in this country that come here to enjoy our country and its many benefits, Chinese, Japanese, Sikh, Hindus, Philipinos, African, West Indian, European, etc etc, but only one that lives here and regularly attacks us, that hates our culture, our religion, our tolerance of jews, and homosexuals and womens rights and education and foreign policies and has decided to have their own council of britain to goad its members to report hate crime and complain to the media at every opportunity and run courses in how to do so, why the bloody hell do they come here to infest our country ?

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  36. SpinningReith says:

    StewGreen March 21, 2019 at 10:04 pm
    “Rigged Remain petition”
    I’m not sure how the ‘signature count’ works, but a quick search of the data reveals..
    In addition to the Cayman Islands etc – Jeremy Corbyn 18,120; Diane Abbott 18,842; Boris Johnson 4912;
    I wondered if any leftie scamps had been playing silly buggers, but there aren’t any for Farage, Juncker etc.

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  37. Annunaki says:

    Muslim council of britain:

    Holding the Media to Account: Media Monitoring and Effective Complaints – Birmingham
    March 24 | 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

    What can WE do when the media misrepresents Muslims and Islam? IS there anything we can do?

    Assalam alaykum wa rahamatullah.

    says it all really there we go that is what our immigrants think of us and our religion and culture….

    We all know that, when done right, the media can be a force for good and an incredible source of information. However, in recent years due to unfavourable reporting and questionable journalism, a culture of distrust has grown between the media and the Muslim community here in the UK.

    It is time we turn this around and start to re-claim the narrative of Muslims and Islam

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  38. Annunaki says:

    Questionable journalism ? muslim rape gangs ? muslim attacks on jews ? muslim attacks on gay saunas ? muslim attacks on teachers and schools ? muslim attacks on OFSTED inspectors ? muslim attacks on prosecutors of rape gangs, muslim attacks on Christian preachers at Hyde park ? muslim attacks on school uniform rules ? muslim attacks on Brtitish school curriculum ?

    All holding a British passport and hating Britain

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  39. Annunaki says:

    Whats your [email protected] question ?

       3 likes

  40. pugnazious says:

    Oh dear…a very bitter and disappointed sounding Zurcher as Mueller concludes his investigation and says there will be no further criminal indictments….so no Trump/Russia collusion…

    ‘Out with a letter, not a bang?

    Is this how the Mueller investigation ends? Not with a bang, but with a letter?

    The details of the final report have yet to be disclosed, but because Attorney General Barr has said there were no instances where he or his predecessors overrode the special counsel’s prosecutorial decisions – and no new indictments have been announced – it seems possible that what we have seen with the criminal portion of the probe is what we’re going to get.

    There may still be politically damaging revelations to come, but Donald Trump has shrugged off many a political threat in his rise to the White House.

    Without a criminal caseload directly related to “collusion” by members of the Trump campaign – the central thrust of the investigation – it seems certain the president and his White House surrogates will shout from the hilltops that their side has been exonerated.

    This is far from the end of legal jeopardy for the president, his family, his aides and his business empire, of course.

    Investigations at both the state and federal level into various financial and campaign finance violations grind on, not to mention the aggressive oversight coming down the pipe from the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives.

    After today’s developments, however, the president will continue to claim he is the victim of an unfounded “witch hunt”.

    His political adversaries, who were hoping for a courtroom coup de grace, will be left searching for a new silver bullet. ‘

    As will the BBC’s finest who have spent the last two years or so assuring us that Trump is guilty of collusion.

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    • Kaiser says:

      two years of hype fades to a whimper, i remember my boss excitedly watching some revelations live 2 years ago on the internet expecting trump to be out in 24 hours, i laughed and said you been watchin too much bbc

      long live the god emperor trump the only real man in western politics

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  41. Vonbedda says:

    Anyone got a view on the express newspaper…just looking for some kind of decent news on BREXIT these days …I’m youtubed out

       5 likes

    • Peter Grimes says:

      I read it online.Unfortunately although its heart is in the right place the standard of journalism is atrocious with too little news beyond headlines picked up from elsewhere and too many superlatives bigging up the minor detail.

      I subscribe to the Telegraph, Times and Speccie but I’m seriously considering dropping the latter two. I don’t think I’ve read anything I can agree with in the Times (Rod Liddle excepted) for about two years although it keeps my wife happy on her iPad for a couple of hours a day. The Speccie is going the same way with Fraser Nelson’s conversion to Remain but there she prefers the print version.

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  42. Sluff says:

    With so much going on, readers may have missed this classic example of bBBC sh*t-stirring and grievance-seeking.

    Should black Americams get slavery reparations?
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-47643630

       14 likes

    • vlad says:

      And while we’re at it, should Britons get reparations from the Vikings, the Angles, the Saxons, the Romans and the Normans? Should black Africans get reparations from the Arab slave traders?
      Should the Gauls get reparations from the Franks? Should all Europe get reparations from the Huns and Mongols? Should the Romans get reparations from the Ostrogoths and Visigoths?
      Should North Africa, the Middle Eats and much of Europe and Asia get reparations from the muslim invaders?

      Should everyone get reparations from everyone else??

         38 likes

      • Peter Grimes says:

        Well a bit of reparation from the German Reich wouldn’t come amiss…but I forgot we gave up our rights to it some decades ago.

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    • gb123 says:

      They should get reparations. From the Democrats. They were the primary slave owners in the US. The native Indians should also get reparations from the Democrats since Andrew Jackson commenced taking their lands and giving it to white settlers with his Manifest Destiny. Maybe Woodrow Wilson’s family should offer some apologies for the first movie in the White House being Birth of a Nation. The movie was just a tad racist by anyone’s standard.

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  43. vlad says:

    At time of writing the Telegraph and many other news outlets are reporting a huge anti-terror police operation in Germany that led to Eleven arrested over alleged ‘vehicle and guns’ terror plot. The suspects, whose nationalities were not specified, had plotted to “kill as many ‘non-believers’ as possible,” Frankfurt prosecutors said in a statement. German police arrested 11 people on Friday accused of having planned an “Islamist terrorist attack” using guns and a vehicle, prosecutors said.
    Some 200 police commandos carried out raids in the states of Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate.

    So a big story, with absolutely nothing about it on the Islamic broadcasting corporation.

    Meanwhile they still carry acres on the poor victims on Christchurch, while the poor victims of Utrecht get ONE line each if you can even find it:

    “Roos Verschuur, 19, worked in a snack-bar in Vianen south of Utrecht
    Rinke Terpstra, 49, was a football coach with the Desto youth club – he had three children.
    The third victim was a 28-year-old man from Utrecht.”

    BBV7hBe.img

       25 likes

    • Fedup2 says:

      Well – mueller (light) has sent his attempt to fit up the president of the USA to the AG. The Far Left State Broadcaster is praying that it will damage Mr Trump .
      I don’t think it will because we’d have known about it by now from Sopel and Katy .

      If mr trump is blessed with a second term I hope it will payback time .

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  44. Beeb Brother says:

    No collusion baby!

    How fake news about ‘Russia’ have the BBC subjected us to? What was the point in Sopel having a holiday in Washington when he was clearly doing zero actual journalism and just chatting to his activist pals at cocktail parties about what nonsense they should spew to attack Trump?

    We know how deeply the BBC feels about ‘misinformation.’ Can we expect a grovelling apology? No doubt when the report lands they will find some petty detail in the report and turn it up to eleven when of course no more indictments means they have been wrong all along.

    The internet was right and the MSM was wrong about a colossal story. Remember this next time they start their fake story about ‘fake news’ again. They will not even admit they are wrong and attempt to spin it to prove they were right.

    MAGA! All heil Trump! (Joke.).

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  45. Guest Who says:

    This should be fun.

       21 likes

    • JamesArthur says:

      This is an old one and another piece of shite research – the brain is changing throughout our lives – the concept of “adult” is a social one – just another excuse for people to forego responsibility and blame everyone else for their ills….

      Just noticed R4’s self description “The home of intelligent speech, journalism, comedy and drama” I’d remove intelligent and add mediocre…
      Just back from Canada and not missed BBC – it’s a shock to get home at state of our once great country – how did we end up with such a leaderless, inept bunch of spineless politicians?

         8 likes

  46. Guest Who says:

    Beyond the bots, which even the bbc has conceded are taking advantage of the online petition system’s postal vote level security vetting, there is this:

    https://order-order.com/2019/03/22/revoke-article-50-petition-creator-threatened-may-discussed-buy-legal-guns-take-commons/#disqus_thread

    It has been pointed out that if a Brexiteer with such views had initiated such a thing, the bbc’s reaction and coverage would have been markedly different.

       24 likes

    • Fedup2 says:

      Toady Watch ?

      What is it about Nicholas Robinson ?

      He tries to interview Caroline Flint ( Leave) and the wet lettuce remain ( plebgate Mitchell the MP for giving away taxpayers money to dark nations ) about the tedious way forward on brexit

      Does Robinson have Tourette’s ?
      Are beeboids trained to ask questions but not listen to the answer and plow on ?
      Never listen to an answer?
      Is it done to try to make a boring programme interesting ?

      I don’t know – but it doesn’t serve the listener or , indeed , interviewees.

         13 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      This thread is hilarious, especially when some of them get offended with each other.

      Can’t wait for Rob Burley to be dragged in.

         20 likes

  47. Dystopian says:

    I note that the POLIticaly Correct Enforcers (aka POLICE) intervened and are to prosecute 2 drivers from yesterday’s protests;

    Taken from report on The Sun website; https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8702833/lorry-go-slow-protest-brexit-m4-m5-drivers-bring-m4-and-m5-britain-travel-chaos/

    ‘Mr Jenkinson added: “We took the decision for the front two vehicles to be pulled over and reported for the driving offence of careless and inconsiderate driving.

    “They presented a risk to the road-using community.’

    So much for allowing peaceful protests.
    Despite no minimum speed limits.

    When are they going to arrest May for going far too slow and seriously endangering Brexit?

    I note the report does not appear on BBC. I Searched for “motorway protests” but, typically all they want to talk about is a 1 metre long motorway in Romania!

    It continues with; “The information I have had was there were speeds as low as 20mph (on the M5).

    “That presents a significant risk on a very busy arterial road.”

    The RAC advises that, while most motorways in the UK do not have an official minimum speed limit, “travelling too slowly can be considered dangerous” and might attract attention from police.

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    • Peter Grimes says:

      “I note the report does not appear on BBC. I Searched for “motorway protests” but, typically all they want to talk about is a 1 metre long motorway in Romania! ”

      And we probably paid for that mile of Romanian motorway as well as hundreds of miles in the rest of Eastern Europe!

         24 likes

  48. Guest Who says:

    Vine has opined. Posting here to see what about.

       27 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      Ah, the old bbc ‘poll question’ that really isn’t.

      And all under cover of ‘views his own’, with results neatly steered by him blocking anyone unlikely to answer as required.

      He, and his corporate masters, are an embarrassment.

      Which might have got me popped on his norty step.

         13 likes

    • Dystopian says:

      I’m more embarrassed of [email protected] like Vine!

         16 likes

  49. Fedup2 says:

    I’m sure the state broadcaster will interupt all programmes to announce that the fraudulent petition has reached 4 million ‘ signatures’ .

    As they say – vote often .

    Apparently Donald Trump has signed quite a few times….

       21 likes

    • Dystopian says:

      Who’d have thunk it. Were it the Brexiteers committing voter fraud, the Remoaners would be crying out from the rooftops. Exactly why there cannot be a second referendum.

         24 likes