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    Christchurch Attacks

    He wrote a whole manifesto. If you've ever found yourself arguing with any white identitarians you can take a pretty good guess at the contents. There's a lot of rambling about "the great replacement" (falling white birthrates etc...) and invaders from a foreign culture. There's lots written about extremist islamic terror attacks in Europe and rape gangs (Rotherham and others too numerous to catalogue). The key point is "accelerationism". I'm massively over simplifying here, but it's the belief that it would be a good thing to purposefully destabilize society to such an extent that it breaks down entirely. The guy hopes that this attack will inspire copycat killers, he hopes that it will inspire revenge attacks from Muslims, and he hopes it will encourage western governments to increase paranoia amongst their citizens by restricting freedoms and information. It's no coincidence that you see many similarities between these goals and the goals of extremist islamic terrorists. Monkey see, monkey do.
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    Christchurch Attacks

    Thank you Stringer, very cool.👌
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    Christchurch Attacks

    Utter scum, and painfully stupid scum at that. His reasoning for committing these attacks is utterly retarded. I'm afraid I have no time for mental health issues or potential rehabilitation when it comes to criminals like this. When they've already taken so much from others I don't see why society should owe them a chance at a costly rehabilitation.
  4. Brie Larson isn't for middle aged white guys.
  5. I'm an equal opportunities troll. I endevor to upset everyone. In all honesty, she does come across as a bit of a dick, but I find it hard to care or even feign surprise that a Hollywood actor is aloof, patronising, and prepared to pretend to be "woke" in order to shift tickets.
  6. She made the mistake of saying that her super hero movie wasn't for 40 year old man children, forgetting that 40 year old man children are amongst the primary consumers of Marvel cape-poo.
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    Michael Jackson

    Would you watch a Roman Polanski film? Kevin Spacey? What about work involving the multitudes of Polanski apologists in Hollywood? You'd never watch a film again if that were the case. Would you read Alice In Wonderland?
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    Michael Jackson

    I have no idea whether MJ is guilty or not, but I do know that anyone basing their opinion on a trashy, emotionally manipulative "documentary" when there are reams of court records and depositions available to peruse isn't being particularly fair. If there were any actual revelations in Leaving Neverland that could help prove Jackson's guilt, it would've been passed to the police, rather than being unveiled at the Sundance Film Festival.
  9. He was there for 7 games and didn't oversee a transfer window. What can he have been promised that he felt he needed to quit over? The worst the BBC can come up with, the chairman spoke to the players! The horror! Where is the feinting couch? It's evidently a case of another pampered ex Premier League player being completely unprepared for and oblivious to the realities of lower league football. Imagine the stick Sol Campbell would've taken if he'd walked out of Macclesfield after 7 games, yet Scholes is untouchable.
  10. My apologies. I'd already read a BBC article on this subject this morning and I assumed this would be the same one, as the BBC don't normally publish two pieces in the same morning about a lower league manager quitting their job. This is the piece I was referring to, https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47578195
  11. I'm sick to the back teeth of how the BBC fawn over the "class of 92". That has to be one of the least objective football articles I've ever read. Excuse after excuse is reeled off on Scholes' behalf, not once are his tactics mentioned and comments from actual Latics supporters are dismissed with a hand wave. A dismal effort, even by the Beeb's ever decreasing standards. I can't wait for the two hour long documentary hosted by Linekar, "Scholes, Beyond The Boundary".
  12. I've been to a few games in Germany, and whilst it's initially jarring to see armed police at the stadium you soon forget about them. I've also been to a Bohemians game in Prague and didn't find the police particularly intrusive. I'm not saying it's the right solution for this country, simply pointing out that the idea is in no way as outlandish as some in this thread are making out.
  13. I don't know if I'd trust our police with guns, but this is the case in Germany. You know, the country that is constantly cited as the model we wish to follow regarding safe standing in stadiums and fan behavior.
  14. They aren't role models. They're blue collar workers. I agree it's disgusting how much they get paid, but until we cancel our season tickets and stop paying Sky subscriptions we're the ones enabling it. Why should footballers not wind opposition fans up when most weeks they are subjected to dogs abuse from the stands?
  15. Unfortunately he's nowhere near. We all know that the key to getting into the England squad is to be contracted to a top six club, playing games for them is irrelevant. As much as I like Mount, his call up was a farce. Declan Rice will be ahead of him because England are oh so grateful that he deigned to play for us. Longstaff will probably be in front of him now as well. Also, as well as Southgate has done with the national team, don't forget that he was the U21 manager who consistently played Hughes as a defensive midfielder. The same thing Nigel Pearson did with him. Maybe Hughes should pretend to be Irish to get some leverage?
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