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Will this BLM shit never end.....

A little insight to the leader of BLM in the UK, the organisation that the Labour Party, The Met, the Premier League and high st global institutions etc took the knee for...


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A little insight to the leader of BLM in the UK, the organisation that the Labour Party, The Met, the Premier League and high st global institutions etc took the knee for...


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I'd like to see her post on Arrse, she'd really lose her cool when she got her first ROPS
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
A little insight to the leader of BLM in the UK, the organisation that the Labour Party, The Met, the Premier League and high st global institutions etc took the knee for...


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What does 'coon'* mean in this context, and where did this confrontation take place?

As far as I'm concerned, it's a derogatory term that has no place in the world now. I'd put it up there with the 'n' word. Yet she is using it repeatedly.





*Mods, if this is deemed unacceptable, I apologise. Mine is a genuine question. Please edit as appropriate.
 

endure

GCM
What does 'coon'* mean in this context, and where did this confrontation take place?

As far as I'm concerned, it's a derogatory term that has no place in the world now. I'd put it up there with the 'n' word. Yet she is using it repeatedly.





*Mods, if this is deemed unacceptable, I apologise. Mine is a genuine question. Please edit as appropriate.


It means 'black person'. She's talking to/arguing with/threatening a black man.
She's another one of those who thinks the colour of her skin gives her immunity.
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
It means 'black person'. She's talking to/arguing with/threatening a black man.
She's another one of those who thinks the colour of her skin gives her immunity.
Thank you. I was just wondering if it had specific meaning. I was thinking of terms such as 'coconut' (another unforgivable term, in my eyes) and 'Uncle Tom'.

She seems like an absolute delight.
 
It means 'black person'. She's talking to/arguing with/threatening a black man.
She's another one of those who thinks the colour of her skin gives her immunity.
I dissagree - she seems to spit it as an insult so rather than being an offensive descriptor for a black person - it seems to be used in the context of uncle Tom. Its pretty clear she doesnt use the term in a similar manner to Nigga ect

IE A black person who is taking Whiteys side

In reality he disagrees with her opinions and happenns to agree with those of many other people of various ethnicities - but its clear she is a typical product of identity politics ergo if you dont agree with her you must not only be diametrically opposed but also by default a bad person (in his instance traitor).
 
What does 'coon'* mean in this context, and where did this confrontation take place?

As far as I'm concerned, it's a derogatory term that has no place in the world now. I'd put it up there with the 'n' word. Yet she is using it repeatedly.





*Mods, if this is deemed unacceptable, I apologise. Mine is a genuine question. Please edit as appropriate.

From the line and manner of her language she could happily have been tugged in and minimally been given an interview with a caution. IMHO she was trying to provoke using both racially abusive and threatening language.


From: ===> Threatening behaviour – fear or provocation of violence/ Racially or religiously aggravated threatening behaviour – fear or provocation of violence


Threatening behaviour – fear or provocation of violence/ Racially or religiously aggravated threatening behaviour – fear or provocation of violence​


Crime and Disorder Act 1998, s.31(1)(a), Public Order Act 1986, s.4

Effective from: 01 January 2020

Threatening behaviour – fear or provocation of violence, Public Order Act 1986, s.4


Triable only summarily
Maximum: 6 months’ custody
Offence range: Discharge – 26 weeks’ custody


Racially or religiously aggravated threatening behaviour – fear or provocation of violence, Crime and Disorder Act 1998 s.31(1)(a))


Triable either way
Maximum: 2 years’ custody


The racially or religiously aggravated offence is a specified offence for the purposes of section 226A (extended sentence for certain violent, sexual or terrorism offences) of the Criminal Justice Act 2003
 
A little insight to the leader of BLM in the UK, the organisation that the Labour Party, The Met, the Premier League and high st global institutions etc took the knee for...


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What an odious creature. She is also doing that pseudo hard woman thing. Asking him out for a fight knowing full well he wont go and then deriding him for it.
 
I used to see numptys like her at university pushing the Socialist Worker and trying to extol the virtues of voting for Labour. They would work as bag carriers for some local Labour Councillor, try to get on some Labour MP's team and then in the fullness of time get themselves on the local council with hopes of hitting the big-time at Westminster where they would eventually be able to buy their second home and a BMW at taxpayer expense.

Watch her; she will be carefully guided into a safe seat in a few years and then you will have the joy of watching her expouse her crap on national telly for years to come.
 
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I used to see numptys like her at university pushing the Socialist Worker and trying to extolling the virtues of voting for Labour. They would work as bag carriers for some local Labour Councillor, try to get on some Labour MP's team and then in the fullness of time get themselves on the local council with hopes of hitting the big-time at Westminster where they would eventually be able to buy their second home and a BMW at taxpayer expense.

Watch her; she will be carefully guided into a safe seat in a few yeras and then you will have the joy of watching her expouse her crap on national telly for years to come.

If she times it right she might be able to replace Dianne Abbott
 
Here's a very good one:
...who has made a lot of very interesting and really refreshingly honest observations about the black community in the US. You'll find a lot of him on YouTube

One of his talks makes a very good point about black PhDs. He starts by noting that some people have said that there's a lack of black engineers in the US. As he notes, you can't be an engineer if you haven't the qualifications.

He also notes that while a lot of other ethnicities get on and qualify in things that have big salaries - accountancy, law, medicine, etc. - there's an over-concentration among black academics on political history and theory.

In other words, I guess, they become expert at telling us why they're the victims when they could be getting out there and making real money.

Rather negative and self-perpetuating, if you ask me.
Art media and history degrees come off the same roll for the not so smart degree hunter's. cough 'wills' cough
 
Dear God, no. We really don't need a replacement, it's just another snout at the trough.

But if it shows up the Labour Party it's worth it, think how many votes Dianne Abbot must have cost them
 
Darren Grimes has set his sights on The Met over his (and David Starkey's) appalling treatment. From the way it conducted the investigation it does appear that it took the knee for BLM both literally and metaphorically.

A particularly horrifying sidebar to that story is the piece about 'Chief Superintendent Elisabeth Chapple', whose unit led the 'investigation' into the affair. She has been in the police for 6 years (!), having previously been a Human Resources type. Six years.
 

ancienturion

LE
Book Reviewer
Oh the irony...


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Awful news reader but it's funny when a ridiculous grin appears on her face when the teleprompter tells her to.

Thirty eight years old and I had her down as a 19 year old failed media studies.
 
A particularly horrifying sidebar to that story is the piece about 'Chief Superintendent Elisabeth Chapple', whose unit led the 'investigation' into the affair. She has been in the police for 6 years (!), having previously been a Human Resources type. Six years.

Eeeeeek!

I knew several years ago they were talking about bringing in specialists as direct entrants into senior rank. However, the emphasis was on the word SPECIALIST, ie. accountants, lawyers, IT, HR types who would only ever work as the uniformed head of section/department/branch within their own narrowly defined specialist area. The expressed intent was not to have them wandering around performing general police duties (GPD).

My Mrs has been financial sector for most of her working life reaching the dizzy heights of CHRO in a couple of organisations. Don't get me wrong, my Mrs would cut your knackers off and feed them to you if you transgress, but most of her colleagues in HR are so limp and PC it is unbelieveable. Having looked at Chief Superintendent Chapples resume I think I see what the problem with modern policing in the UK is.
 

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