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  1. Daisy Chainsaw

    Howlin open to coalition with FF and SF? Of course the poison dwarf is. Anything to get himself back in the (child) seat of power.

  2. Topsy

    Ahh yes, the religion of peace is at it again. Open our doors and we will suffer the same faith – excuse the pun.

          1. Topsy

            Mild – & a few other sympathisers on here will be disappointed to know that religion of peace has claimed responsibility for last night’s Paris attack.

          2. mildred st. meadowlark

            I think being quite so gleeful about loss of human life is pretty twisted, Tops. Shows what calibre of person you are.

          3. mildred st. meadowlark

            Oh I see. Did I say anything -and please feel free to quote me- about sympathising with the attackers?

            No. Because I didn’t. I deplored the utter meaningless waste of human life. I fail to see how I’m a ‘sympathiser’.

            I do see now that you are a fool.

          4. MoyestWithExcitement

            I’m sure Topsy will be devastated that it was a white Russian capitalist who attacked the Dortmund bus. Or not, because bigots don’t actually care about anyone but themselves.

          5. Topsy

            You’re the Islamic terrorist apologist. Spouting liberal lefty bull on here multiple times every day.

          6. MoyestWithExcitement

            :D Like I thought, he doesn’t care about right wing terrorism. He doesn’t care about terrorism full stop. He just wants to have a pop at brown people so he can feel superior to someone because obviously he has no skills or talents to be proud of. Poor, angry little shut-in.

          7. mildred st. meadowlark

            I’d say he needs a good ride to deal with all that bitterness and aggression, but who am I to judge? Maybe a hug will do it.

          8. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            He? I thought he was a she. Either way, I’ll stick with an offer of a hug. My riding “talents” aren’t strong enough to fix THAT kinda anger, sadly.

          9. Deluded

            There is an argument that a little conjugal conviviality might loosen the collars of some of these angry types.
            Make love, not war and all that.
            This is not true.
            Protectionism, familiarity and a sense of security or predictibility/dependibility are powerful motivators too.

    1. Dolores Delorean

      So true – and the worst thing is that so many people are afraid to acknowledge this in case they are seen as racist – which people fear more than been blown to bits – The public outrage against saying it like it is appears to be greater than the public outrage against acts of terror.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        No, no. I know racists like to themselves ‘most people agree with me so that makes me right but most won’t say it because they’re being oppressed by liberal hippy fascists’ but no.

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          Sorry, I just got a phone call from my agent.
          Apparently if you say ‘I like Butters’ it can damage your career.
          You shouldn’t say ‘I hate Butters’ either…

          I need a new agent. I’ve a pain in me hole.

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      I’m no defender of Justinsaylike, but I think what he meant to say was that it seems to only be Irish papers who are stirring up a ‘terrorism’ link.
      The smarter papers are calling it a timed stunt to ensure Le Pen’s election, but what do I know?

          1. MoyestWithExcitement

            Yo. Memey. Was it you who told me he couldn’t see past a Clinton landslide when I was saying Trump had a massive chance to win? I need to get my gloat on.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        The evidence is not just all around us, it’s right in front of us.
        WWIII and WWIV are coming.
        Buy canned food. Sell can-openers. ker-chinng

        We’re all going to die.

  3. Murtles

    Harris making the mistake that all politicians make thinking that the general populous are gullible as fxxx and believe every word out of their mouths. If someone owns something of course they have a say in how it is used.

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