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By Bones McCoy
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#510068
Fucking grief tourism, fuck the fuck right off you ghoul.

But at least one fanboy has crossed the line:
ISIS recently called for ‘lone-wolf’ jihadis to wage ‘arson jihad’ against the west in their magazine...(STARTED BY MUSLIMS!)
 
By Bones McCoy
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#510069
I can see that selfie of hers getting photoshopped into all sorts of disaster pics (Hindenberg, Titanic, 9/11 ...).


Not in good taste, but she's worked hard to accumulate the karma.
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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#510070
Did you see that Britain First were there doing 'journalism'. They were told to fuck off, smartish.
 
By Bones McCoy
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Malcolm Armsteen wrote:Did you see that Britain First were there doing 'journalism'. They were told to fuck off, smartish.
Maybe she along with them for the ride. (Sound of penny dropping inside McCoy's skull)
 
By Kreuzberger
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Having read her Twitter ooze, I am still at a loss as to what she was trying to achieve.

Perhaps, she tipped up and found a bunch of filthy BME types helping each other, and repaired, bereft of a story, to Sheekey's for the Dover Sole.
By MisterMuncher
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#510075
I reckon it'll be a hit piece on Sadiq myself. Not doing enough etc.
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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"It happened on your watch, son"
As she Tweeted about the London Bridge attack.
By MisterMuncher
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Well, all those bloody lefties will insist on mentioning Boris the ledge closing the fire stations, Theresa slashing the police force and all those bloody good BTL landlord MP chaps voting down any and all building regs. One can't simply sit on one's hands whilst a brown man isn't accused of something instead.
 
By Kreuzberger
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MisterMuncher wrote:I reckon it'll be a hit piece on Sadiq myself. Not doing enough etc.
I take a certain solace in not having thought of that. I might post later to unravel why that's the case.
By MisterMuncher
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Innate decency preventing you from inhabiting her clockwork lizard brain?
 
By Safe_Timber_Man
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So NOW she's calling for calm and dialog?


On JK Rowling:
Blaming anyone on the opposite end of the political spectrum. Trying to direct the blood-lust of the twitter mob on to the enemies of her truths.
The fucking nerve and bare faced cheek of Hopkins. Now one of her own is in the spotlight she suddenly wants to try and take the moral high ground against rabble rousing?





KATIE HOPKINS: Britain is at boiling point and if we want to step back from the brink we need to stop screaming at each other like kids and start talking together like adults
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... brink.html
A man took a van and smashed it into Muslims as they left a mosque at 2am. He said he wanted to kill all Muslims, that he was proud of what he had done, he even blew the crowd a kiss as he

was taken away in a police van.

And I worry.

Not just because this will only make things worse - another escalation in tensions in a country teetering on a knife edge, where everyone feels angry or hurt, or both.

Not just because this was another attack on people just trying to get on with their Sunday evening - like any other group of people - like those two weeks ago on London Bridge.

And not even because London is utterly on its ar*e. A mangled wreck of a thing - Westminster, London Bridge, Grenfell Tower, Finsbury Park.
Four hammer blows, one after another.

I worry because in the rush to start shouting and get even, we have lost sight of the craziness of life in 21st Century Britain today. We are living in mad times.

Yet we don't even stop to realise how bonkers it is that someone just took a white van and drove into people tending an elderly man who had fainted at a bus stop.
We're lost in the confusion.

We're too busy shouting from our soap box to see, so divided across so many fault lines everyone is at odds with someone. No left versus right. Or Muslim versus non-Muslim. Or rich versus poor.

We are multiple points on a spider web diagram, a full 360 of possible points of disagreement, held together by the finest of threads.

JK Rowling was at Twitter today harder than a typist on Tramadol.

Blaming Farage. Blaming me.

Blaming anyone on the opposite end of the political spectrum. Trying to direct the blood-lust of the twitter mob on to the enemies of her truths.

She posted a tweet of Farage with his Brexit poster. Making this about anti-immigration politicians. Directing new hate to his door.

Way up on the moral high ground, Brendan Cox, high priest of the hopers - was on hand to remind us this was all about Islamophobia and that those who preach this hate should be hunted down.

Others called for mass deportations of whites on the right.

Dianne Abbott was up from her sick bed and able to identify this as a certain terror attack within three hours of it occurring. When usually, 'it is not wise to speculate'.

Grenfell Towers stands forlorn in this moment in every sense. Even as we hear the latest update that 79 are feared dead, the possibility of holding the world's attention and importantly the
demand for action that comes with it, is disappearing as quickly the camera crews scurrying off to Finsbury.

Jeremy Corbyn was at the scene by 10am - and with him, the gaze of the press.

Theresa May was there but I expect she will still be criticised for not emoting enough or trying to emote too awkwardly.

Americans are looking over at the U.K. scratching their heads. They wonder how we let ourselves get into such as mess.

The Muslim Council of Britain was speedy in its response, condemning the attack, offering prayers for the injured.

Even Gerry Adams got in on the act, sending his prayers to the victims of 'more sectarian violence on the streets of London'. He is the expert in such matters I fear.

We are fractious children, bickering over everything, squabbling about who got the biggest portion or the largest share. This is a sinister kids party where the only way to get attention is to behave worse than they shitty kid next to you eating his own toenails.

"It's so unfair". We all shout in each other's faces. 'He hit me first'. We shout back. We pull each other's hair.

We have to stop this. We all have to stop.

Islamist terror, recriminations after tragedy, an attack by a man in a White Van. This bridge, that tower, this city, that.
Perhaps we can find agreement.

Sometimes you have to step a long way back to find something you can agree on - but with a telescope and the best intentions, it can be done.
Surely we can agree the rush to argue or bicker or blame doesn't seem to get us anywhere.

Hopefully we can agree, perhaps that politicking and inaction gets us no where. Rage has to find a home, anger too. And meaningful action gives rage and anger something to hold on to.
Perhaps we can agree meaningful action from our political leaders is not words for the camera, or letters posted on to Twitter, or recriminations or blame.

It isn't small things. Like words. Or hugs. Or long things. Like criminal investigations.

Or physical things. Like more bollards or concrete blocks.

Though these all play a part.

It is deciding that we do want to live together that will make our country safe again. That makes our children less likely to be harmed. And more likely that our loved ones come home to us at night.

It’s all ordinary Brits want. To be happy, to pass as healthy and for our kids to be safe.

Whether we like each other is not relevant. I don't need you to like me for us to be able to agree. That is the very worst kind of relationship we would hope for.
I love my husband because he is the opposite of me.

We should hope to be as happily opposed. Able to share our truths without fear of losing jobs or friends.

But united in demanding action to make our country safe again. Whatever we need to do for the tower, the tragedy, the terror - left and right, rich poor, Muslim Christian, we need to do for all.
 
By Tommy Gun
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So someone does exactly what the likes of Hopkins have screamed for and now she urges restraint?
 
By Andy McDandy
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All fun and games until someone loses an eye.
By randomelement
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She's probably worried that in the interviews the man arrested states that she was one of his sources of inspiration.
By Coupled Moment
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Hopefully we can agree, perhaps that politicking and inaction gets us no where. Rage has to find a home, anger too. And meaningful action gives rage and anger something to hold on to.
Perhaps we can agree meaningful action from our political leaders is not words for the camera, or letters posted on to Twitter, or recriminations or blame.

It isn't small things. Like words. Or hugs. Or long things. Like criminal investigations.

Or physical things. Like more bollards or concrete blocks.

Though these all play a part.

It is deciding that we do want to live together that will make our country safe again. That makes our children less likely to be harmed. And more likely that our loved ones come home to us at night.
"Deciding that we do want to live together" doesn't sound like meaningful action at all, more like platitudes. In fact the whole section reads as if it were something she had ready to go for the next terrorist attack but with a few platitudes pasted over the bit where she calls for deporting all the muzzies.
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