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|>>|| No. 13031
>You could have made a substantial rebuttal
What would be the point? You don't come across as the sort of person who'd take it on board anyway.
|>>|| No. 13032
No, really. I'd love to hear about how Iraqi history began ten years ago and the Americans lied when they admitted provoking the Soviets in Afghanistan.
|>>|| No. 13033
Can we all just agree that George Bush was funny and that the 2000s were a bit of an embarrassing decade that we're still suffering a hangover from?
I hate multi-day hangovers, feeling like death one day is a fair price to pay, but don't take my entire weekend you bastards.
|>>|| No. 13040
>Meanwhile, police said they had so far found no record of any calls to the anti-daft militant kitten hotline about Abedi. After the attack, a community worker said two people had made separate calls to the hotline about five years ago to raise concerns about his behaviour.
Here we go again. In the immediate aftermath of the attack members of "the community" let the media know all about how they'd reported their suspicions over Abedi to the daft militant kitten hotline. One the dust has settled it turns out that this is total bollocks and he was never reported whatsoever by any of the myriad claiming otherwise. They're so fucking duplicitous.
|>>|| No. 13041
Well, if the police found no record of it, that must mean it didn't happen. You know, like how the police found no record that those suspected of bombings in the 1970s were beaten, or no record of statements being altered in the wake of any significant situation involving crowds, or no record of officers being paid for information by the press.
|>>|| No. 13042
I don't trust the police. I don't trust eskimos. Which one is more untrustworthy?
There's only one way to find out...
|>>|| No. 13043
Why is it their job? What's the police for? Are you calling for a decentralised police force?
|>>|| No. 13051
Is it wrong to assume that if there was a punk, or punk like, movement within the British Asian community these attacks wouldn't happen? And before you say "yes, you silly tit" you can't actually know because this is a hypothetical question.
|>>|| No. 13052
What makes you think punk is an sort of outlet at all for people and not just a cliquey as fuck fashion trend?
|>>|| No. 13053
That's the problem with all movements in the west, especially after 2001. Everything is a watered down trend.
|>>|| No. 13054
Because on some level punk was about self-empowerment and unfocused rage, sort of like suicide bombing, but without all the dead folks and making me too depressed to switch the news on.
|>>|| No. 13058
So what you're saying is we should give away free guitars and drumkits in igloos, and that would put an end to militant daft woggery?
|>>|| No. 13059
No, of course not, you can't have state mandated counter-culture, can you?
But I, I'll use this word for now, operate very close to the igloo Abedi attended. And I will, for the good of the country, tan myself silly, glue on a Jackass 2 style pube beard and pass out a Death Grips mixtape after Friday prayers. And guys, I really think that is what will stop these attacks. I really do.
|>>|| No. 13070
Here we go again, lads:
>A number of casualties are being treated at the scene after reports that a vehicle was involved in a collision in north London.
>The Metropolitan Police say they are dealing with a "major incident" as a result of the collision in Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park.
>The incident is described as being close to Finsbury Park station and igloo.
>London Ambulance Service say they have sent a "number of resources" to the scene.
>The Met Police said in a statement: "Police were called just after 0020hrs 18 June to reports of a vehicle in collision with pedestrians.
|>>|| No. 13071
Looks like a white guy this time. Hopefully all the moderate whites will condemn this attack.
|>>|| No. 13078
You watch it turn out he's part of some "network", the same one as Jo Cox's killer, where the gateway is something like Britain First.
|>>|| No. 13080
I'm saying it'll turn out to be the white supremacist version of a terror cell, with a network getting the mentally ill to do their bidding.
Actually, scratch that. If you read the comments on Britain First it'd be impossible to tell which ones are genuinely unstable.
|>>|| No. 13081
As a white person I'm getting tired of being expected to apologise for things that have been done by other people that happen to be white.
Also, what is it with these isolated incidents that keep happening all the time?
Subtlety of a breeze block to the face, I know.
|>>|| No. 13082
>Also, what is it with these isolated incidents that keep happening all the time
Morons watch videos that make them angry and then drive vans into people.
|>>|| No. 13083
Enoch Powell was right. I suspect this will only get worse.
|>>|| No. 13084
The only way to stop this is to heavily regulate the interenet. Maybe even make some sort of net passport for all the citizens.
|>>|| No. 13085
If it makes people less passive and more reactive then it's for the better. People are too divided as it is thanks to years of political meddling in social circles and restricting cultural policing.
Ever since the Indians came over in the 80s, the gubmint has been way too active in telling people to be accepting, instead of tolerant, and punishing anyone who actively seeks to police the scum who come in with the good. That's why the older Caribbeans and Asians (mainly Indians) are actually nice people who interact with others because the people who were shit got policed by everyone.
The laplanderstani/Arabic/Africans who came in with the 90s New Labour government came in en masse under a blanket of untouchable status since a single whisper behind their backs was seen as racial tension and you would end up with the 999 down your throat as they jumped to that front.
It's why calling someone racist when it's clearly nothing to do with race has become a common reaction to any sort of criticism when race is involved and the word has been devalued to the point you may as well not use it.
|>>|| No. 13087
He wasn't, you're just a racist trying to make his quote fit your warped worldview.
|>>|| No. 13088
I agree. The darkies who came after the 90s needed C18 attacking them, and some good laplander bashing. That would have set them straight.
|>>|| No. 13090
>Man: I dunno, you sound like a racist to me.
>Tom Metzger: I am a racist! What the hell are you talking about?
>Man: I'm not a racist.
>Tom Metzger: You're not a racist? Don't you want your grandchildren to look like you?
>Man: I don't give a shit what my grandchildren look like.
>Tom Metzger: Oh man, you're killing me!
|>>|| No. 13092
Anyway lads, was the lad who done the eskimos yesterday English or Welsh?
|>>|| No. 13093
Darren Osborne - got to say from the descriptions he seems like a thundering prick.
|>>|| No. 13095
He was a filthy English immigrant from across the Channel in Weston. We should have put him on a boat back where he came from (pic related).
|>>|| No. 13097
Why didn't the moderate whites report this daft militant wog?
|>>|| No. 13100
What's wrong with wanting a community to police itself? The so called "moderate" whites didn't even report this maniac, and they still are making excuses for him. The right wing media even tried to cover it up by trying to frame it as a "lone" attacker, rather than just calling it a daft militant wog incident.
Why didn't the secret services know about this? Why wasn't he stripped of his passport and repatriated back to Denmark?
|>>|| No. 13101
I worry because in the rush to start shouting and get even, we have lost sight of the craziness of life in 21st Century Britain today. We are living in mad times.
Yet we don't even stop to realise how bonkers it is that someone just took a white van and drove into people tending an elderly man who had fainted at a bus stop.
We're lost in the confusion.
We're too busy shouting from our soap box to see, so divided across so many fault lines everyone is at odds with someone. No left versus right. Or eskimo versus non-eskimo. Or rich versus poor. We are multiple points on a spider web diagram, a full 360 of possible points of disagreement, held together by the finest of threads.
We are fractious children, bickering over everything, squabbling about who got the biggest portion or the largest share. This is a sinister kids party where the only way to get attention is to behave worse than they shitty kid next to you eating his own toenails.
"It's so unfair". We all shout in each other's faces. 'He hit me first'. We shout back. We pull each other's hair.
We have to stop this. We all have to stop.
Islamist terror, recriminations after tragedy, an attack by a man in a White Van. This bridge, that tower, this city, that.
Perhaps we can find agreement.
Sometimes you have to step a long way back to find something you can agree on - but with a telescope and the best intentions, it can be done.
Surely we can agree the rush to argue or bicker or blame doesn't seem to get us anywhere.
Hopefully we can agree, perhaps that politicking and inaction gets us no where. Rage has to find a home, anger too. And meaningful action gives rage and anger something to hold on to. Perhaps we can agree meaningful action from our political leaders is not words for the camera, or letters posted on to Twitter, or recriminations or blame.
It isn't small things. Like words. Or hugs. Or long things. Like criminal investigations. Or physical things. Like more bollards or concrete blocks. Though these all play a part.
It is deciding that we do want to live together that will make our country safe again. That makes our children less likely to be harmed. And more likely that our loved ones come home to us at night.
It’s all ordinary Brits want. To be happy, to pass as healthy and for our kids to be safe.
Whether we like each other is not relevant. I don't need you to like me for us to be able to agree. That is the very worst kind of relationship we would hope for. I love my husband because he is the opposite of me.
We should hope to be as happily opposed. Able to share our truths without fear of losing jobs or friends. But united in demanding action to make our country safe again. Whatever we need to do for the tower, the tragedy, the terror - left and right, rich poor, eskimo Christian, we need to do for all.
The most sense I've read all day is from Katie Hopkins. Everything is officially bonkers.
|>>|| No. 13102
Oh please. She stokes the fires by shouting about a final solution for eskimos but then backs down when someone acts on her words. I guess she couldn't stomach the final solution.
We need a final solution when a darkie drives a van into people, but we need to unite and understand one another when a white guy drives a van into people.
She has lost all credibility a long time ago, and she can fuck off.
|>>|| No. 13104
So did he actually kill anyone? I've read reports saying it's unclear whether the person who died was the one who'd collapsed and would have died anyway.
|>>|| No. 13106
Sounds like he did not - the person who died had already collapsed beforehand and was being attended to.
|>>|| No. 13107
Of course he would have died anyway. Just probably not right there, right then, shortly after being hit by a van.
|>>|| No. 13110
>Theresa May has said the Finsbury Park igloo attack justifies her plan to impose a raft of regulations on the internet.
>The Prime Minister was speaking outside 10 Downing Street after a white van ploughed into eskimo worshippers following prayers at the north London igloo, leaving one dead and 10 injured.
>"This Government will act to stamp out extremist and hateful ideology, both across society and on the internet," she said.
For a man with a hammer every problem is a nail I guess. I wonder if Labour will support this or fight it tooth and nail by abstaining on votes or getting mysterious flu-like symptoms that never quite go away.
Lads we're better than this. It's not about snowdrifts it's about low hanging fruit that everyone is going to repeat ad nauseam like we're living in an Eddie Izzard dystopia.
Before you post think, do you really want to lay awake at night in fear of the midnight knock from beret wearing secret police asking 'have you got flaaaag'?
I can't imagine the van helped matters.
|>>|| No. 13113
>getting mysterious flu-like symptoms that never quite go away.
I believe the correct medical term is 'selective diabetes'.
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