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By youngian
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Arnold wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:10 am
A group of 38 leading academics and ex-academics across a range of disciplines has launched a website called Briefings for Brexit.
I wonder what that is as a percentage of leading academics?
0.02% I looked that up its about 200,000 so one in 5000. There are loads more apparently but they are being cowered and bullied into silence by Remoaner lefties. Experts don't know anything anyway so it doesn't matter.
 
By Bones McCoy
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youngian wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:35 am
Arnold wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:10 am
A group of 38 leading academics and ex-academics across a range of disciplines has launched a website called Briefings for Brexit.
I wonder what that is as a percentage of leading academics?
0.02% I looked that up its about 200,000 so one in 5000. There are loads more apparently but they are being cowered and bullied into silence by Remoaner lefties. Experts don't know anything anyway so it doesn't matter.
They polled the ex-academics too and could only get 38.
What about Professor Paul Nuttals (University of Bootle - and Harvard).
 
By Cyclist
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Bones McCoy wrote:What about Professor Paul Nuttals (University of Bootle - and Harvard).
he couldn't be contacted. He was out on the pitch with Tranmere Rovers
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By youngian
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As Dacre howls daily at the BBC he must be shitting his pants all the time.
When Corbynistas start howling at the BBC you know they are at panic stations

Anyway, the row — inevitably called ‘hat-gate’ — thunders on, to the amazement, I imagine, of those outside Westminster and the broadcasting media. But Corbyn supporters are right to worry and, for their own purposes, to try to intimidate the BBC into never again using such an image of their beloved leader.

One reason can be glimpsed in the few opinion polls on this issue which have been published in recent days.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... z5AIZOH5do
 
By Messianic Trees
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Why everyone should fear the murderous hatred of Jeremy Corbyn’s feral shock troops

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... roops.html
Can we get one thing straight about the hard-Left, whose takeover of the Labour Party is now almost complete?

They are not hateful only because of their rank odour of anti-Semitism. The anti-Semitism is just one manifestation of their all-embracing hatefulness.

Or, to put it another way: even if we hadn’t become aware of the way so many of Jeremy Corbyn’s most ardent supporters use the word ‘Jew’ as a form of abuse, there was already ample evidence that they are filled with an almost murderous hatred of their political opponents, and of any group in society they regard as an enemy.
 
By Bones McCoy
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Messianic Trees wrote:
Mon Apr 02, 2018 3:45 am
Why everyone should fear the murderous hatred of Jeremy Corbyn’s feral shock troops

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... roops.html
Can we get one thing straight about the hard-Left, whose takeover of the Labour Party is now almost complete?

They are not hateful only because of their rank odour of anti-Semitism. The anti-Semitism is just one manifestation of their all-embracing hatefulness.

Or, to put it another way: even if we hadn’t become aware of the way so many of Jeremy Corbyn’s most ardent supporters use the word ‘Jew’ as a form of abuse, there was already ample evidence that they are filled with an almost murderous hatred of their political opponents, and of any group in society they regard as an enemy.
OK Dom,

Let's list the political killings in the UK.
Too small a sample, how about Norway?
 
By Cyclist
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Yes, let's list all the politically motivated killings in the UK in recent years.

1. Jo Cox MP (Lab), gunned down by a right-winger who had been radicalised not only by reading books about the Nazis, but by reading the Daily fucking Mail.

Not a particularly long list, is it Dom, but does show us whose murderous hate we should all be in fear of, doesn't it, Dom.
By Andy McDandy
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The right engage in rough and tumble banter that you should expect to encounter in front line politics, and if you can't stand the heat etc.

The left dole out merciless personal abuse.
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By Andy McDandy
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What's funny is that he's fully aware of the right's (And the Mail's) own history, as he says at one point "of course such language was typical in the past", before saying that it's still a bad thing if a leftie said it 100 years ago.

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