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By mr angry manchester
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 8:56 am
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... t-RAF.html

Mixing metaphors like crazy, Dickie isn't happy. And some scales are falling from his eyes...
Look, it gives me no pleasure writing this. I've supported Boris as London Mayor, over Brexit and backed him to become Tory leader and PM — even if I've never bought the Heir To Winston schtick.
Funny, as you open with
So much for Churchill Reincarnate.
You know, I've never bought into it either. I struggle to remember any speech he's made that was memorable for reasons other than being pointlessly offensive, badly planned, badly delivered, or just crap. All the "Heir to Churchill" crap was from you, his right wing media mates, plus from him.

You made it, you bought it.
If we are likening Boris to a World War 2 figure, Goering springs to mind. He was a fat,incompetent bullshitter.
 
By Boiler
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 8:56 am
You know, I've never bought into it either. I struggle to remember any speech he's made that was memorable for reasons other than being pointlessly offensive, badly planned, badly delivered, or just crap. All the "Heir to Churchill" crap was from you, his right wing media mates, plus from him.
^^ This.

Absolutely, positively this.
 
By Andy McDandy
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... ement.html

Well, here it is. Chad fucking Hanging, and a load of his usual nonsense. A few outright lies (Khan didn't fly the Trump blimp, he allowed it to be flown alongside one of himself in a less than flattering pose. And no Richard, you've not read any Salman Rushdie), some "Racism is boring", and a crap bit about Strictly. Fuck's sake.
 
By youngian
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Tue Nov 10, 2020 8:53 am
Well, here it is. Chad fucking Hanging, and a load of his usual nonsense. A few outright lies (Khan didn't fly the Trump blimp, he allowed it to be flown alongside one of himself in a less than flattering pose. And no Richard, you've not read any Salman Rushdie),

The chad hanging reference is now 20 years old so still contemporary for LJ. As I remember it Khan tried to ignore Trump's insults in a diplomatic manner but like LJ, Trump couldn't leave it alone that a lefty muslim is the London mayor.
 
By Bones McCoy
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:23 am
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... oking.html

Blah blah days of proper coppers, kicking some hippies' heads in. Cunt.
Good old coppers - shit at catching serial killers.

Something for dickie to reflect on.
 
By Andy McDandy
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Lest we forget|, here's his thoughts in full. Never recanted or withdrawn:
Let's get the caveat out of the way from the off. The five women murdered in Ipswich were tragic, lost souls who met a grisly end. I sincerely hope whoever killed them is caught, charged and convicted.
No one with a shred of humanity would wish upon them their ghastly lives and horrible deaths. But Mother Teresa, they weren't.

And I know this might sound frightfully callous in the current hysterical, emotional climate, but we're not all guilty.

We do not share in the responsibility for either their grubby little existences or their murders. Society isn't to blame.

It might not be fashionable, or even acceptable in some quarters, to say so, but in their chosen field of "work", death by strangulation is an occupational hazard.

That doesn't make it justifiable homicide, but in the scheme of things the deaths of these five women is no great loss.

They weren't going to discover a cure for cancer or embark on missionary work in Darfur. The only kind of missionary position they undertook was in the back seat of a car.

Of course their friends and families are grieving. That's what friends and families do. But they should also be asking themselves if there was anything they could have done to prevent what happened.

If you discovered your daughter had gone on the game to feed her heroin habit, wouldn't you move heaven and earth to get her off it?

Frankly, I'm tired of the lame excuses about how they all fell victim to ruthless pimps who plied them with drugs. These women were on the streets because they wanted to be.

We are all capable of free will. At any time, one or all of them could have sought help from the police, or the church, or a charity, or a government agency specifically established to deal with heroin addicts. They chose not to.

The tortuous twistings of the sisterhood over the past week have been a joy to behold. The 30-year old Spare Rib T-shirts have been brought out of mothballs and we've been treated to the All Men Are Bastards/Rapists/Murderers mantra from assorted Glendas who ought to be old enough to know better.

We've heard the well-rehearsed arguments for legalised and regulated prostitution, as if we were living under the Taliban. The fact is, we've already got de facto legal brothels on every High Street.

They're call saunas or massage parlours.

As I remarked when the Labour MP Joe Ashton was once caught in a Siamese "sauna" in Northampton, he must have been the only man in Britain ever to go to a massage parlour for a massage. It doesn't get much more glamorous than that.

These five women were on the streets because even the filthiest, most disreputable back-alley "sauna" above a kebab shop wouldn't give them house room.

The men who used them were either too mean to fork out whatever a massage parlour charges, or simply weren't fussy. Some men are actually turned on by disgusting, drug-addled street whores. Where there's demand, there'll always be supply.

This wasn't a case of women going on the game to put bread on the table, or to look after their "babies". That's what the welfare state is for. They did it for drugs.

The gormless Guardianistas simply refuse to confront this blindingly obvious reality. They would rather deify celebrity druggies such as Kate Moss and Will Self than face the truth that hard drugs wreck lives.

What I find most objectionable about all this is the attempt to make us all feel responsible for the murders. There is a nasty whiff of Lady Di about the enforced mood of mourning, with even the Old Bill coming across like hand-wringing archbishops.

At Ipswich Town's home game on Saturday, there was a minute's silence. We were supposed to believe that this was a true reflection of the community's sympathy.

I don't buy it. Most people went along with it in the spirit of emotional correctness and through fear of getting their heads kicked in if they didn't.

There was only one thing missing, but don't bet against it.

When Blair gets back from saving the Middle East, don't be surprised if he turns up at the funeral of one of these unfortunate women to deliver a lip-trembling, tear-stained eulogy: "She was the People's Prostitute".
Or to quote Stewart Lee,
A cunt, not someone "working as a cunt"
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By youngian
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Common Purpose conspiracy theory is too looney for even for Tommeh and Nigel. Its Freeman of the Land and Icke territory. If there was a networking cabal for lefties I'd definitely be signing up.
Look, I don’t blame the boys and girls on the beat for this lunacy. This is down to the brass hats, brainwashed on training courses run by the Left-wing freemasonry Common Purpose, which infests every public institution these days, and is largely financed by taxpayers’ money.
 
By Andy McDandy
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... -saga.html

Hard done by Dom, silly little girls playing the man's game, if only we had blokes in charge...

Oh yes, his Cherie Blair story. Funny, I thought that it was Dickie who offended her by suggesting all Scousers should be shot or something?
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