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Ignoring the debate on Climate Change.   General Confusion

Started 4/27/19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 25730 views.
Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

11/9/19

Pray tell, which PC word would you suggest knowing not even they know what they want to be described.  They cannot agree among themselves.

Indeed, among themselves they use the reserved "N" word but moan if others copy their example.   Same story with a reserved "K" word. 

Even neutral terms will be offensive to "offendo-freaks" chomping at the bit to take offence, even if most of their own life-form has no issue. 

We've tried everything to keep them happy including "natives", "bantu", "plurals", "Africans".

Likewise, most mixed-race proudly call themselves "Bastards".  Some cannot decide if they must be named "Brown", "Coloured" or "Discoloured".

They were convinced the Whites were holding them back, so they founded their own independent Rehoboth Homeland where statute laws were scribbled into a school text book.  They soon demanded a White Minister of Finance.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

11/9/19

Harold27Z said:

Pray tell, which PC word would you suggest knowing not even they know what they want to be described.  They cannot agree among themselves.

I don't want to stigmatise them.

What's your problem?

Are you saying that your mentality is that of the apartheid nation?

Well, no, don't answer that.

Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

11/9/19

Its inconceivable how anyone could stigmatize alien nations which had no equivalent  word for "dignity".  Nor did they have any word for "library" because they had no word for "book".  They are happy as a pig in soft soil until told otherwise.  They raise their beds with blocks so dwarf tokoloshe trolls cannot reach them.   Fresh from the steaming bush, they would carry a wheelbarrow because they knew not the wheel. They bite the hand which feeds them.

Liberal DNA-traitors are my problem.  When the pendulum swings, it will not swing alone, all by itself.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

11/9/19

Are you saying that your mentality is that of the apartheid nation?

Well, no, don't answer that.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

11/10/19

Passenger:
Smoking is a filthy, disgusting and dangerous habit.

Alf Garnett:
Dangerous? Dangerous? For your information, the money what come out of the tobacco tax last year was enough to pay for your National Health Service. It's the only thing that keeps the country solvent, innit? Dangerous! Cor blimey, if your country's involved in a war, you can't refuse to come to the colours just because it's bloody dangerous, can yer? People like you who give up smoking because it's dangerous ought to be given white feathers for cowardice, mate. Yeah. I'm smoking for England. And the Queen.


Brilliant.

Start smoking, ya bloody coward!

Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

11/10/19

The queen's claim to fame is allowing Britain to be come unrecognizable.  Instead of ruling the waves, she waived the rules.

She is NOT merely a figurehead.  Pray tell, to whom is an oath of loyalty taken by her ROYAL Marines, ROYAL Air Force and ROYAL Navy.  Sorry, no clues.  Those entities were derelict in their duty to protect Britain from alien nation foreign invaders and  string-up traitors. 

Every schoolboy knows the battle of Hastings was in 1066.  Less than one in a thousand can appreciate its true significance.

In a nutshell, the monarch's title and loyalty switched from "King of the English" (DNA) to "King of England (real-estate).

Suffice to say, it was considered unhealthy to smoke around uncle Adolf.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

11/11/19

Harold27Z said:

Every schoolboy knows the battle of Hastings was in 1066. Less than one in a thousand can appreciate its true significance.

I know my ancestors were there.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

11/11/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

I know my ancestors were there.

We've had this shocking claim from you before.

75% of your ancestors built Stonehenge between 7000 and 4,500 years ago.

For some reason, you prefer to remember the small (2%, 5%?) proportion who arrived as conquerors and settlers and ethnic cleansers.

You're not alone, of course, people who have their DNA tested in this country are only interested in how much Viking they have.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

11/11/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

With electric vehicle policy a talking point in this election campaign, we answer your questions.

Relatively good article - doesn't tell us how the technology has been changing recently, leading to lithium batteries taking much higher charging rates and (hopefully) lasting longer and longer.

Doesn't tell us where the lithium is coming from and how production is being ramped up. 

But does point out that fuel excise is a vital part of the government's revenue and the money will have to be recovered from somewhere else - probably road charging.

Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

11/11/19

No doubt they were the good guys.  I often wondered why history books used the term "Norman" when I assumed they were just French.  Years later, I discovered the "Normans" ethnic Viking Northmen.

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