not faux actually - imagine you started a website which gets increasingly abused for spreading this sort of half-truth rabble rousing right-wing "news". Once in a while a bit of ire is unavoidable. More annoying is that few seem to question this sort of obvious bullshit. It's as if the crime itself wasn't enough.Surely, your faux ire would be better targeted at the German media who failed to report the matter initially, allegedly at the direction of Merkel's lot.
It's is hardly surprising that facts get twisted when the host nation were reluctant to publicise the detail of the murder and subsequent trial because they were embarrassed that they had let too many in.
Yep.Afghan refugees will still benefit though.
It really wasn't that unbelieve when discussed in the context of the reaction of the murdered lad's Dad on Friday. Thats what was being discussed at the time. The premise being, parents of murdered children don't always act how you would expect.not faux actually - imagine you started a website which gets increasingly abused for spreading this sort of half-truth rabble raising right-wing "news". Once in a while a bit of ire is unavoidable. More annoying is that few seem to question this sort of obvious bullshit.
Well you see the EU doing anything is a figment of the European mentality. The best way to hit an allegation is to start yelling paranoia. But as ever, when a Paranoid shouts .wolf, doesn’t mean there isn’t a wolf. So you can’t prevent BL shouting paranoia. See one of the things that is spouted is that Europe spends money on the minority areas. The fact that it is merely our money returning is ignored because the Little Englanders.Even Cameron got that sorted out before the referendum:
"It is recognised that the United Kingdom, in the light of the specific situation it has under the Treaties, is not committed to further political integration into the European Union. The substance of this will be incorporated into the Treaties at the time of their next revision in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Treaties and the respective constitutional requirements of the Member States, so as to make it clear that the references to ever closer union do not apply to the United Kingdom."
Still, you'll now get the normal "but that promise was never made law" or that the EU would renege on it before it was put into a treaty despite the draft being lodged with the UN.
People see what they want to see. Nothing will change.
Which is why it is a constantly evolving thing as we discover more bias's in ourselves we didn't realise we had.Internationalists don't care about the working class in any particular country. Working class socialists unwilling to sacrifice their morality for the greater good, are usually the first up against the wall and intelligence lends someone the ability to dissassociate behaviour so long as its morally justifiable for the good of the revolution.
Freewill requires us to divest ourselves, or at least put aside and have detachment from our own bias and that which has fuelled that bias.
And yet you were not distorting facts by dissing his whole post rather than the bit on the charity thus making it look like a vicious rape and murder had not occurred.
From my pov the difference is that I have apologised for posting inaccurate information.And yet you were not distorting facts by dissing his whole post rather than the bit on the charity thus making it look like a vicious rape and murder had not occurred.
Therefore the difference between your post and his is?
An absence of bias truly would be enlightenment, especially given we exist in a material world... The fundamental truth of our democracy, is all sides claim to speak for the many, when in reality. They all speak, for a very narrow but growing class, who happen to hold diverging views from the majority on pretty much everything.Which is why it is a constantly evolving thing as we discover more bias's in ourselves we didn't realise we had.
To quote Lu-Tze, 'it no good seeking enlightenment, we must let it find us'.
Won't happen.An absence of bias truly would be enlightenment, especially given we exist in a material world... The fundamental truth of our democracy, is all sides claim to speak for the many, when in reality. They all speak, for a very narrow but growing class, who happen to hold diverging views from the majority on pretty much everything.
We don't need more money for schools, hospitals and alike. What we need are deep and meaningful political changes to restore our democracy to a vibrant one where real change can be voted on and implemented and restore some sense of a nation where social capital can grow again.... The alternative is continue on the present path and eventually some genuine loon like jezza2 or a rightist nut of the same type is elected by the youth and the generation that follows.
And a cast iron pledge of a copy of Razzle Readers Wives in every hedgerow.As the Americans say - "paying it Forwards".
They are promising stuff like this, so if they do manage to sneak in through the back door of number 10 with the help of Wee Jimmy, and they lower the voting age to embryo - they will be in favour. I'm just surprised they haven't promised to lower the price of video games.
Want to know how NHS privatisation is working? 2013 Bain Capital a USA private equity company bought the NHS blood plasma service for £230 million in 2013. 3 years later, Bain Capital sold it to a Chinese private equity company For £820m
Your NHS cut up for profit and sold to foreign private equity profit
After another car crash interview, it appears Philip Scofield (This Morning) managed what Brillo Andrew Neil couldn't.
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Funny old thing, that is exactly what my Tory donor mate has been saying...I was having exactly this conversation with my wife today. Vote Conservative. Then once Brexit is over the first hurdle, drop Boris like a whole sackful of hot potatoes and put somebody sensible in the chair.
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