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  1. spook


    Meantime in Bangkok and elsewhere people are weeping because once again filth have killed and maimed. Reports coming out indicate that everything about this bears the hallmark of the usual scum and nothing whatsoever to give support to it being associated with the local disputes. Tunisia tourism devastated, not that long ago Bali tourism hit, and more ---- and all with a common theme. Sick making.
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    Albert, it is. People can, (and sadly do if from Christian) convert to jew as their religion, but there is a race that is jew.
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    HAHA! You (arguably) may or may not need lessons on offensive language, but you certainly appear to be in need of lessons on geography. Here's one for free. While the jew is a race being mohammadan is not.
  4. Huh? That's not what I meant. Someone pointed out all the immigrants who apparently have the audacity to drive taxis on the island. My point was that if you suddenly banned all of them from driving cabs, 'locals' probably wouldn't race to fill those jobs as they wouldn't want to do that type of work, and you can't force them to do it. The whole "evil immigrants take poor manxies jobs" thing is bullshit, bascially. Why can people who are unemployed not be required to undertake work they are capable of doing or lose all tax payer support and face other sanctions?
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    The word 'midget' is now considered by decent people to be offensive and is replaced by 'person of small stature' or 'small person' neither of which I am.
  6. We know you mean it. That's why we pity you.... No doubt you will applaud this farrago as well http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/aug/18/dwp-admits-making-up-positive-quotes-from-benefits-claimants-for-leaflet I totally applaud it, it's no more than a form of 'faq'.
  7. If a person is unemployed and work is available that they can do they should be made to do it or lose all benefits and support, and some form of curfew (using a tag?) should be imposed in order to reduce the liklihood of them committing crime.
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    If it does turn out to be the usual filth it'll not be racist in the least or even nationalist. Unfortunately.
  9. Another outrage and once again it's odds on it'll be the usual filth behind it.
  10. Cut benefits and get people to work. Refuse work if a person is capable of doing it and NO benefits whatsoever. It really is that simple, especially as there is minimum wage legislation and if people don't like the standard of living that they can afford then either improve their employability - or live with it. And don't anyone think for a second that I don't absolutely mean it.
  11. I would like to see you nailed to a tree but that's not going to happen either. Is this a sex thing? No, but if you have a plentiful supply of radishes then do as you feel fit. I feel that I must warn you, radishes give me gas.
  12. There is absolutely nothing wrong with a country protecting it's own. Personally I would like to see an immigrant tax surcharge in addition to an NI surcharge to make employing immigrants financially less attractive and the monies so raised to help pay the costs of Nationals who saw their job opportunities being quite literally sold down the river. Granted there would need to be a tightening of the benefit system but there are a whole lot more things than charity that should start at home.
  13. More like provide an easy route for second and third class workers to enter while the better people bail out for better jobs or at least more secure future. It's all going down the pan - tick tock tick tock........
  14. The civil service in particular and the public sector in general. As organisations bloat so empires emerge and within those empires 'support' groups grow that inevitably duplicate similar support groups elsewhere. It is these 'bullshit' jobs that are only there because they have grown to support other 'bulshit' jobs that are the cause of the ludicrously huge and disproportionate Manx CS and Public Sector. Bell should have tackled thus joke in bad taste years ago and defiantly when he was put in the role of CM (which was a joke in itself).
  15. Whenever and wherever cash changes there can be a fiddle. As long as you don't break the eleventh commandment you'll more than often get away with it.
  16. Yes, but not for long. The profits will dry up and the franchisor will be on your back when they start getting complaints and see your orders for their licensed stuff dry up. The trick is to not be greedy. Just skim under 5% and it's unlikely to show. There's a heck of it goes on where franchises are concerned. Coffee joints are ideal. Add 5% cheap stuff to the good stuff is what many places do. There's a KFC place round here's been doing it for ages and a gastropub from a well know chain that regularly serves turkey breast meat as chicken under a cheese sauce. As for so called Indian places, almost all of which are not Indian but Pakistan, anything that is described as lamb in a hot sauce is highly likely to be anything but lamb, here again turkey meat that has been marinated in lamb stock is commonplace. Round here Chinese places are probably the best unless you want to pay big bucks.
  17. Are Starbucks not a franchise in which case quality comes down to the franchise holder to a great extent. And one way to increase profit is to sell cheap cash and carry materials across the counter rather than the rather high quality stuff I've always had from Starbucks.
  18. Heath may or may not have had a perverted sexual orientation, and I agree that those who hushed up any activities that affected kids should be identified and dealt with, but there have been very much worse PM's than him, Blair, Brown, and Wilson to name but three. However the machinations that Janner is now getting up to is nothing short of disgusting irrespective of the accusations being leveled at him being correct or otherwise.
  19. Bit of a shame that if there is a safety issue the farmers and land owners can't be given an instruction to cut their hedge inside the closed season. Oh wait --- I forgot who the people who would be affected are. Wouldn't do to inconvince the likes of Teare or his 'brothers' would it.
  20. I may be absolutely wrong about this but is in not the responsibility of the land owner to ensure that growth is kept under control? Or are local farmers exempt? I really don't know.
  21. are you referring to his answers to the Northern Irish Radio station who asked him to condemn the IRA? Not really, more how he aligns so much with horrors such as hesbollah and the like plus his relations with those who are rabid antisemites to name but two. There is more than a little of the rabble rousing based on the same targeting of parts of the population such as those involved in buisness plus his indicated towards reintroducing clause 4 hence nationalisation of utilities that can be found in the seemingly plausible ranting of Hitler. The trouble is that his script will appeal to fools.
  22. I disagree. The Irish started the trouble as they always have. The population of the part of Ireland that is the UK province simply responded to the attacks. Any British politician should condemn the Eire terrorists, not attempt to downplay what was done by them by attempting to trying to relate the defensive actions by British people against foreign forces. As for Bloody Sunday, I and many others remain utterly convinced tgat the army were fully justified in the actions that they took.
  23. It's not just Corbyn, detestable as he is on his own. It's the creatures that will slime in on his coat tails. Judge Corbyn from the company the he keeps and the atrocities he refuses to condemn. Then add the promises that he is making that simply can not be kept without bringing further ruination on the UK. The creep makes even Galloway look acceptable (which he certainly is not).
  24. There's more than two exits from the island for stolen property. Eastern Europeans frequently make use of postal services and couriers rather than carry their stolen property with them. But the other factor is that there's little point in expecting the police to recover what has been stolen, the onus is on people to protect their valuables from being stolen. There have been people entering the UK for some years now who are highly skilled in entering homes and stealing what they want. It may seem unfair but times have changed and now if you leave it where it can be stolen then you have to expect that it will and you must invest in some pretty substantial security in any case.
  25. As far as Heath's sexual predilection didn't run to kiddie fiddling then today IMO it is of little importance other than to those who delight to run down Conservatives at every opportunity. What I believe is a far greater importance are the actions of Norman John Worthington. IMO in spite of all the denials there is just too much smoke around this individual for there not to be fire.
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