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#3004251 James Graham

Posted by Phil on 28 September 2014 - 10:17 PM

More simplistically, just like in soccer it's all down to coaching: they are told to do it.

If it was ever punished (as it used to be in days of fond memory) it would soon stop - every bit of backchat, march them 10m down the pitch.

Yeah our game is on danger of going down the soccer route

"It is misconduct to question the descision of the referee or any other match official"

Easy, penalise them

#3003885 Is being nice and tolerant to other people illegal

Posted by Phil on 28 September 2014 - 10:40 AM

I disagree with many people on here over many issues but I'd still like to sit down for a pint with just about any, no, make that all of them.

#3002980 Islamic State bombings

Posted by Phil on 26 September 2014 - 11:31 AM

Quote from Orwell's 1984


"The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Heirarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. This new version is the past and no different past can ever have existed. In principal the war effort is always planned to keep society on the edge of starvation. The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects and its object is not victory over Eurasia or East Asia, but to keep the very structure of society intact"



Now Orwell's prediction is not 100% correct, but his "permanent war" is not far from the truth, enemies are created out of groups that "we" once supported, and the war goes on, and on.


there are no real solutions, because a real solution is not desirable to governments.

#2999309 Scottish Independence Referendum

Posted by Phil on 20 September 2014 - 11:54 AM

Well Alex Salmond, you tried to unite your little country, and all you did was divide it. and in doing so you gave the ruling elite the perfect excuse to divide the rest of the UK. The only outcome is that with this divided country the right wing will keep control, and any socially respectful policies will be forced out to the expense of the nasty policies that we have had over this government.

You realised that this almighty mess, for anyone with a bit of social conscious, is your creation, so what do you do.....Yeh just walk away..... Coward.

The old quote is true

Patriotism is the last refuge of the Scoundral

You will find the SNP has been around for donkey's years it's not Salmond's creation

The rest of your post is little England tosh

#2983542 Rotherham

Posted by Phil on 27 August 2014 - 08:04 PM

There two aspects that combined to create this absolute failure to protect the girls involved.

Firstly, the belief amongst some Asian (mainly Pakistani) people that white people are beneath them, morally bankrupt, and that these girls are therefore worthless.

Secondly, the belief amongst some white people that poor, uneducated, feckless people are beneath them, morally bankrupt, and that these girls are therefore worthless.

Also the belief that Islam is the final revelation of god and that followers of other religions, or of none are also worthless.

Where are the imams speaking out against this behaviour? Where is the condemnation from within Islam?

#2979744 What Are You Listening To - The Reckoning

Posted by Phil on 18 August 2014 - 08:16 PM

Booze & Glory -London Skinhead Crew.

Great stuff - 'this is not a fashion, it's our way of life'

Good mates of mine

#2979626 Your Fashion Faux Pas'

Posted by Phil on 18 August 2014 - 05:08 PM

it would appear some need to gain a sense of humour.

Or failing that a sense of style


#2977557 Foreign Office minister quits over 'intolerable' expenses rules

Posted by Phil on 15 August 2014 - 09:24 AM

Being an MP isn't just another job, though. MPs are there to serve, as representatives of the public, most of whom will earn nowhere near the salary of an MP.


If the generous salary and expenses aren't enough for any of them, in my view they aren't in it for the right reasons to start with and begone with 'em.


No matter what party they represent, MPs ought to have at least one foot firmly planted in the reality of the lives of those they seek to serve, and be prepared to practice what they preach too. So if austerity, belt-tightening and wage restraint is to be the mantra for the masses, it must also be the mantra for them.


Life is tough, and living and working in London in particular is an expensive business for everyone. MPs should not see themselves as a protected species, though most of them clearly do.


Maybe they could consider tackling some of the reasons living and working in London is so unaffordable, rather than expecting to be protected from that reality by ever higher salaries and expenses allowances for themselves.


That might begin to earn them a degree of respect, instead of the general contempt they are viewed in these days.



Nothing can be done about that, it's determined by "the market" which is an occult force working outside of the control of mere mortals. Ask Northern Sol, he's a hi poobah or adept, or something.

#2973948 Middle east violence

Posted by Phil on 08 August 2014 - 09:35 PM

A big guy, well armed and aggressive moves into a little guys house, and proceeds to throw him out. The little guy fights back with whatever he has to hand.

It's this simple, weasel words from either side won't change this . The Palestinians are desperate and in Hamas are seeking desperate solutions.

Two sides Hamas proclaiming allegiance to the only true prophet of god and Jewish fundamentalists claiming to be the chosen people of the same god.

I know where my sympathies lie, with Palestinian people being pogrommed against. I appreciate the historical imperative that makes the Jewish people so adamant that they will never be pushed around again but they are a nation acting under a psychosis they have lost their humanity and destroyed the humanity of those they are oppressing.

They need to talk to each other but those on each side who would talk are sidelined and often assassinated.

The poor Jews and the Palestinians need to find a common cause against the right wing idiots on both sides.

#2961014 Corruption, sexual predation and war-mongering

Posted by Phil on 18 July 2014 - 10:22 AM

You may well stand by every word, but that does not make you right, Indeed, it increases the chances of you being wrong on many other issues, too and certainly reduces your credibility..and you were doing so well.



Well obviously my credibility with a load of people I've never met is a major issue to me.

#2959166 Corruption, sexual predation and war-mongering

Posted by Phil on 14 July 2014 - 07:41 PM

sexual abuse crosses class, and status, you don't have to be an establishment figure to be a perv, and you don't have to a kid in a children's home to be a victim.

True but the ruling class looks after it's own they flout the laws they impose on us.

Abortion was illegal, ruling class women booked into private clinics for a "tonsillectomy" and had an abortion, working class women went to a butcher with a coat hanger.

Rich heroin addicts like the Marquis of Blandford went unpunished and lived a healthy life because they could afford good quality heroin, working class addicts end up mainlining granulated battery acid and bleach.

Tax evasion is only worthwhile if you do it massively.

Jimmy Saville and his ilk protected by order of the witch herself.

I stand by every word.

#2957434 Rolf Harris - guilty

Posted by Phil on 11 July 2014 - 09:58 AM

Vanessa Feltz  would turn up at the opening   of an envelope if she thought it would get her picture in the paper.


She didn't say anything at the time that the incident was supposed to have occurred. She thus allowed his behaviour to continue for another 18 years.


As a result, rightly or wrongly, I think she is fair game for disparagement.


and what would your reaction have been if she'd "outed" him straight away? Given that he was, at the time a much loved entertainer, I guess you'd have said something like "Ha Vanessa Feltz, self publicist, she's just me me me"


And you wonder why she said nowt?

#2957375 Tour De France - Yorkshire

Posted by Phil on 11 July 2014 - 07:29 AM

Despite the talk, Wiggins doesnt seem committed enough to be a grand tour winner again.

Hate him all you want but Lance Armstrong had that hunger and need to win. Whether it was to keep defying the odds, ego, inspiration for other cancer survivors can be debated forever but he had a need that Wiggins doesnt.

Yeah drugs are a terrible thing, that all consuming need

#2947905 Obituary Corner

Posted by Phil on 22 June 2014 - 11:20 AM

Gerard Conlon imprisoned for 15 years by the British state for a crime he didn't commit.

#2945480 UKIPpery

Posted by Phil on 16 June 2014 - 01:30 PM

Crikey I joined TotalRL to post about RL but it seems the forum has been hijacked by Leftist hippies.

You would think that given that your avatar is a Britain First symbol, an extreme right wing fascist grouping. What are you wanting to achieve here?