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>> No. 20711 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 8:44 pm
20711 fishmongers hall
I wasn't far from what happened today in Central London, but this is quite the detail.
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>> No. 20712 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 9:03 pm
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I'd mong her fish with my 5 ft pole IYKWIM
>> No. 20713 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 9:43 pm
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What about the guy who ran off with the knife?
>> No. 20714 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 10:17 pm
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>>20713
How do we know that wasn't the tusk?
>> No. 20715 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 10:51 pm
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A narwhal tusk and a fire extinguisher. daft militant wog stood no chance.
>> No. 20716 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 12:25 am
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This is exactly the sort of thing a fake bomb vest is meant to prevent.

>>20715
The only way to stop a bad guy with a knife is two good guys, one of whom is a freelance firefighter (?) and the other of which has immediate access to the bones of a large marine mammal.
>> No. 20717 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 4:36 am
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>>20716

A narwhal tusk isn't a bone, it's a tooth.
>> No. 20718 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 8:17 am
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Fuck's sake. I love that this fits our polar maritime narrative, but it's another step towards an exposé of britain's leading shed obsessive imageboard's links with radical shamanism.

Can I propose 72 virgins -> 72 narwhals?
>> No. 20719 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 9:02 am
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>>20718
But then how would we discuss Boris' book?
>> No. 20720 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 9:40 am
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So, it turns out we already locked him up once already.
>> No. 20721 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 12:17 pm
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>>20719
I'm fine if we don't. I'm still resentful of the bog-time I spent reading JRM's drivel, without starting on Boris'.
>> No. 20722 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 1:16 pm
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Almost choked on my fisherman's breakfast reading some of this stuff.
>> No. 20723 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 12:25 pm
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>>20711
When did they add word filters to Twitter?
>> No. 20724 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 5:16 pm
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>>20723
Mirth.
>> No. 20725 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 10:32 pm
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Did The Mail's pap bung Anjem Choudary £20 so he'd roll his trouser legs up like that? Or is that the hot look amongst Islamist preachers?
>> No. 20726 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 10:34 pm
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>>20725
Asian trousers. He's also wearing a jodhpuri jacket without any lapels.
>> No. 20727 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 10:56 pm
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>>20725
>>20726
Isn't it the fashion now to have rolled up jeans? Seems like everyone has been doing it this year.
>> No. 20728 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 11:11 pm
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>>20727
I don't want to give away secrets, but fuck it, I'm 6 drinks in on a Monday. Basically, I was taught that my garments should end at my ankles and nothing should touch the ground because it is impure (desecrated or profane). It means you can't pray.
>> No. 20729 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 11:26 pm
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>>20728
I kind of wish you hadn't told me that, because now I'm going to be checking out every Asian lad's ankles to see if this is true or not, like the world's most boringest pervert.
>> No. 20730 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 11:26 pm
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>>20728
You could pray on your knees perhaps? Or lying down?
>> No. 20731 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 11:36 pm
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>>20730
That's not how praying works. It's a ritual thing. You have to be clean - clean clothes, purified yourself (Wudhu), etc. Be clean inside and out. You have to do that five times a day, which is mandatory. If you want the bonus rounds, you can pray all the extra prayers to get sweet brownie points to level up after you die.

With that all being said, I am still deeply troubled by what will happen to me after I die. Referring back to what I have been taught when I was young - the punishment is worse for those who were taught better and went astray.

>>20729
It is a fun game. I was told to fold my trousers up a bit before prayers a couple of times. It is a good way to measure how far along a person is along the scale.
>> No. 20732 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 6:32 pm
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>>20728
I asked a couple of Asian friends about this; said you're talking bollocks. They said it's frowned upon to wear things like robes that would drag on the floor to pray because they aren't modest but that's it.
>> No. 20733 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 6:50 pm
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>>20732

There's some degree of dispute about whether it's forbidden or merely frowned upon, but the hadith are pretty clear that wearing garments below the ankle is not cool.

https://islam.stackexchange.com/questions/1895/is-it-necessary-for-eskimo-males-to-wear-cloths-that-which-show-up-the-skin-abov
>> No. 20737 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 7:33 pm
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>> No. 21247 Anonymous
2nd February 2020
Sunday 9:39 pm
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>A man shot dead by police after he stabbed people in south London had been released from prison in January.

>Sudesh Amman was released around a week ago after serving half of his three year sentence for terror offences. He was under active police surveillance at the time of the attack on Streatham High Road, which police believe to be an Islamist-related daft militant wog incident.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51351844

Is this going to be a thing now? Muslamics committing terrorism after being released from prison. I know they've been in prison, but they need to learn this isn't the done thing anymore; the world has moved on.
>> No. 21252 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 12:16 pm
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>>21247
>under active police surveillance at the time of the attack
>The Met Police said armed officers .. were in "immediate attendance".

Could this be a strategy to neutralise high risk, low profile individuals? A self imposed death sentence of sorts. Or maybe it works out finacially cheaper to surveil an individual than keep them in prison. I guess the chance of increased radicalisation inside would be a factor, too.
>> No. 21253 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 12:43 pm
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>>21247
>Is this going to be a thing now?

Will not be surprised if it is under this government, m8.
>> No. 21263 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 5:44 pm
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>>21253
The very idea that any particular government is to blame: Fuck all the way off and when you get there, fuck off some more.
>> No. 21264 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 5:57 pm
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>>21263

Severe cuts to the probation and prison services have nothing to do with increasing rates of recidivism. White is black, up is down and 2+2=5.

https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/publication/performance-tracker-2019/prisons

https://news.sky.com/story/public-at-risk-because-of-ineffective-offender-monitoring-11239628

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47728948
>> No. 21265 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 5:57 pm
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>>21263
No, this particular government IS to blame. They have been in power for a decade now and at any time they could have changed the law so that daft militant wogs don't get released after serving only half their sentence. The blood is on Conservative party hands.
>> No. 21266 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 6:01 pm
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>>21263
How do those boots taste lad?
>> No. 21267 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 7:16 pm
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>>21265

The law as written is fine. You let out people early who are not a risk and who seem like they will make a positive contribution to society.

The fact that this lad was let out early only to be under heavy surveillance as a suspected active daft militant wog tells you something very odd is going on, but I couldn't tell you why. I don't think it is malicious but probably systematic incompetence pushed from the top down.
>> No. 21268 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 7:19 pm
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>>21267
>You let out people early who are not a risk and who seem like they will make a positive contribution to society.
So you're in favour of American incarceration rates?
>> No. 21269 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 7:22 pm
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Or at least, like, making even just a half-arsed attempt at deradicalising and rehabilitating them and maybe even helping them find a way to occupy themselves before turfing them back out onto the streets.
Setting them free without doing this is just asking for trouble, their life is destroyed by this point, they've probably been disowned by their families, torn apart from any healthy social interactions they might have once had, and have little prospect of employment.
Yes they did deserve to be locked up, but if you don't help them find something else to live for, then suicide by police will probably be inevitable for most of these people.
>> No. 21270 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 7:28 pm
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>>21269
The UK public has no appetite for rehabilitation.
>> No. 21271 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 8:01 pm
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>>21270
We really are becoming America aren't we.
>> No. 21272 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 8:08 pm
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>>21270
Do you have evidence to back that statement up?
>> No. 21275 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 10:01 pm
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Come summer farmers will be absolutely screaming for people to help pick this years crops.
>> No. 21277 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 10:58 pm
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>>21268

What an odd straw man. Why on earth would you possibly draw that conclusion and suggest it is the only other option.

Those 2 concepts are not related please don't reply with a false dilemma stating how they are and how one leads to the other. There are other systems that rehabilitate prisoners more effectively. The choices aren't only our currently flawed system or the American industrial prison complex.
>> No. 21284 Anonymous
5th February 2020
Wednesday 12:53 pm
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>>21269
I thought the bloke from November had been fully taking part in the rehabilitation programme that his victims were running, was quoted saying how great it was and changed his life etc.?
>> No. 21285 Anonymous
5th February 2020
Wednesday 1:08 pm
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>>21284
He had, but that doesn't suit the narrative.

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