- Thu Feb 06, 2014 9:06 am #358188
http://www.thepoke.co.uk/2014/01/24/cha ... -revealed/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
We do'nt need No stinkin' punctyation or speelin here. I bin tole.
http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/a ... -nhs-costs" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;The cost of treating NHS patients will be examined in a new Channel 4 interactive documentary that the broadcaster says gives viewers the chance to "decide for themselves who should receive the treatment".
Aslan, Narnia, 12 hours ago
Refused to watch it out of respect to the victims of their atrocities. Shame on Channel 4 for showing this (especially so soon after Barcelona and Finland attacks)
keano, London, United Kingdom, 11 hours ago
The left are no longer content with making apologies for ISIS, now they want to manage their propaganda as well it would seem...
What on Earth made you think they'd watched it to make a judgement?Safe_Timber_Man wrote:Somehow, and I really don't understand how, The Mail and, judging by online reaction, many right wingers are going with the narrative that it's "glorifying joining ISIS". I don't know how the fuck they came to that conclusion. It was brilliantly done and really bloody harrowing, with far worse to come.
Andy McDandy wrote:It's been mentioned before that either Stewart Lee or Dara O'Briain made a similar point. When asked by a heckler/critic why they didn't do stuff about Islam, they replied that they wouldn't really know where to start, and wouldn't know what funny stuff they could say. They concluded that what the heckler/critic really wanted was for them to just insult Muslims on stage.
They will however be solved by watching Channel 4.BREAKING: The world's problems will not be solved by arguing with strangers on Twitter. We'll update you when we have more on this story.
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