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DIVERSITY’S GOING WELL

By Pete Moore On December 6th, 2017

Two muslim ninja warriors appear in court, charged with planning to blow their way into Number 10 to murder the Prime Minister.

Another muslim is in court, accused of encouraging muslims to murder Prince George, a 4 year old boy.

 

41 Responses to “DIVERSITY’S GOING WELL”

  1. Sounds like good citizens that you need more of.

    I will however NOT LET THIS GO.
    If you people tire of it complain to Phantom.
    He accused me of inciting violence, that is a charge I will not let slide and I will continue until hell freezes over until YOU Tom retract it.
    Phantom where is my apology?
    You repeated over and over two lies. You have tried to hem and haw your way out of it. Are you not man enough to admit you are wrong?
    You repeatedly accused me of calling for violence put up proof or apologize.

  2. Karma?

  3. Two muslim ninja warriors appear in court, charged with planning to blow their way into Number 10 to murder the Prime Minister.

    It’s a stroke of good luck plod were not looking for suspect’s, there are 17.4 million of them.

  4. all lies above by idiots pat/ed/harri commentators
    truth is there is a problem with a very small number of extremists
    there was a plot to kill the PM in Brighton in 1984
    Did we say all Irish are terrorists ? NO

  5. Yes Jude we do say the Irish are TERRORISTS……. ROFLMAO

  6. Jude.

    all lies above by idiots pat/ed/harri commentators

    Go read my post again, only slower…

    It’s a stroke of good luck plod were not looking for suspect’s, there are 17.4 million of them.

    Jude, what do you think I mean by 17.4 million suspects?

    Think about it now…😁

    It couldn’t possibly be…Brexit voters…could it?.

    😁

    You assumed I meant Muslims, didn’t you?.

    Oh dear, oh deary, deary me.

  7. Not all Irish 99.9% are the most wonderful people but those engaged in that are TERRORIST SCUM!

  8. Jude,is gnashing his teeth, before engaging brain …again. 😏

  9. I didn’t assume it at all Harri I knew you were referrring to Brexiteers
    and no we wouldn’t be interested in killing the PM
    just your dumb, lazy, sloppy contributions again Harri ,
    lets all laugh at attempted murder shall we ..

  10. I didn’t assume it at all Harri I knew you were referrring to Brexiteers

    So, where was I lying?.

    Admit it, you jumped off the deep end..again me old mucker. 😁

  11. all lies above by idiots pat/ed/harri commentators

    ???

  12. Its lies to suggest Remainers would plot to kill PM – wake up

    as usual petem let me educate once more, the vast majority of citizens in the country are peaceful law-abiding, stirring up racial hatred and bigotry is just evil.
    period. tell the truth .. shame the devil !

  13. The 615-page survey found that more than 100,000 British Muslims sympathize with suicide bombers and people who commit other terrorist acts.

    Moreover, only one in three British Muslims (34%) would contact the police if they believed that somebody close to them had become involved with jihadists.

    “It’s a tiny minority”

  14. Its lies to suggest Remainers would plot to kill PM – wake up

    Do you think I meant it Jude?.

    Wakey, wakey…😁

  15. as usual petem let me educate once more, the vast majority of citizens in the country are peaceful law-abiding, stirring up racial hatred and bigotry is just evil.
    period. tell the truth .. shame the devil !

    Jude, you are actually…as mad as a box of frogs. 😁

  16. sorry Harri, you are just thick I’m afraid bleedin obvious we’re talking about a threat that limited , dangerous but limited, but go one tell your silly fibs , its NOT Reality .

  17. Triggered, you old sourpuss. 😁😁

    Cheer up!.

  18. but go one tell your silly fibs

    ?

    What does that even mean?.

    😁

  19. sorry Harri, I can’t waste time anymore with you .- all the best

    petem can you please do a thread on something important like Brexit, the PM responded in the House of Commons today set out her red lines, its looking like there will be NO deal. But might be wrong on this, hence a good discussion would be great. Thank you
    I’ll check in later ok

  20. but go one tell your silly fibs

    But, but, but.

    What does that drivel above even mean?

    I won’t be able to sleep unless you at least try and explain.

    ?
    😏

  21. The Japanese are told that they must take immigrants because…….whatever. But the Japanese are not blind:

    Japan’s Top Economist – Sweden Was Ruined By Immigrants

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljPTcUMT4co

    alexxC37
    2 months ago
    Amazing! I’m so glad Japan is courageous and will protect their country. I’m in Canada and we have the opposite people in power here. Its very frustrating. Stay safe Japan, you are wonderful as is, don’t let mass immigration ruin you.

    The Japanese should also keep out any whites who flee the chaos in their own countries. Those who flee tend to be the same lefties who caused the problems

  22. I thought planning to blow up the government earned you a national holiday in Britain

    or was Guy Fawkes just an anomoly?

  23. Alan what makes you think the Japanese want any whites either? Their country is facing a real population problem but that doesnt mean they want gaijin either

  24. Japan is not facing a population problem. Any country that cannot feed itself is overpopulated and Japan’s population of Japanese people is declining towards sustainable levels

  25. You keep telling your self that fairy tale alen

  26. EP – Japan doesn’t need lefty whites, or Africans, or muslims. Japan is just fine being Japanese. I’m sure that you’ll agree 😊

  27. Some of the things that Japan supposedly needs immigrants to do will be doable by robots in the very near future.

    And the Japanese excel at such technology.

    The most important things to them include an orderly society and consensus. You don’t hear them prancing around about their God given right to do whatever.

    They have order and consensus, and don’t want to lose them. If their GNP goes down, they’ll probably be fine with that. Money is not the only value.

  28. Who works in stores in Japan, who cleans houses and does road repair work?

    In Europe it’s alost impossible to find locals to do that kind of thing, and we’ll have to wait a long time before robots can do it too.
    My Tunisian acquaintance helps finance her studies by working in a large supermarket; there isn’t one single German on the entire staff. Even the manager is Russian.

    Maybe the Japs have found a solution; but I’d like to hear it.

  29. Japanese people do all that stuff.

    Aside from a small Korean community, there are very few immigrants or children of immigrants there.

    Overly generous welfare systems mean that plenty of Europeans and Americans think that they’te too good to work in a gas station or supermarket. I know such people, including those who have ( ahem ) disabilty status under Social Security. They’d take a great paying job that they liked but if they can’t get that the benefits are ok.

    There is less of that in Japan I think.

  30. Who works in stores in Japan, who cleans houses and does road repair work?
    In Europe it’s almost impossible to find locals to do that kind of thing

    Absolutely not the case where I live Noel. In the Basque Country such jobs, which the possible exception of house cleaning, are overwhelmingly done by locals.

  31. In much of the world, people don’t look down on so called humble work.

    How can it be sustainable or good for any country to have a stream of outsiders to do such essential work?

    I’ve done a lot of such work – working in a store, cooking hot dogs / burgers at Nathans Coney Island, delivering newspapers at 6am, a TV / electronics repairman/salesman assistant, moving furniture up six flights of stairs where there was no elevator.

    Happy I did it, would do it again.

  32. How can it be sustainable or good for any country to have a stream of outsiders to do such essential work?

    That depends Phantom. Here I’m considered an ‘outsider’ (whatever that means)

    Like you I’ve also done manual and what some would consider demeaning labour.

    I would have no problems doing it again at all. I put a very high value on work, not just as a salary but also for a sense of self worth and contributing to society. For me the concept of employment is never negative.

  33. //Japanese people do all that stuff.//

    //How can it be sustainable or good for any country to have a stream of outsiders to do such essential work? //

    It all depends on the economy. Maybe the Japanese have a minimum wage, or maybe there’s unemployment there, with a surplus labour supply. I don’t know.

    But I do know that the cost of living is high in Japan. My experience is that immigrants always find ingenious ways of living very cheaply, they don’t compete in with locals in social standards and can thus work for lower wages. Things that the locals can’t manage. I honestly can’t imagine Japanese doing that work and still earning enough to finance the standard of living in Japanese society.

    I couldn’t agree more about work, BTW. I’ve done a crazy range of jobs; boring office work, carrying furniture with a household removals van (2 years), worked in a timberyard, dogsbody in a bakery, pushing clothes on a trolley through Grafton Street. I’ve always had some kind of job since I was 16. I never regreted any of them; and in fact some of those jobs were the best time of my life and I learned loads from all of them.

    One of the best things about work is that you’re thrown together with kinds of people that you would perhaps otherwise never encounter in your social or family life. It gives you all kinds of new perspectives.

    I think everyone should work, no matter what they do. Even the disabled can do something worthwhile, the young and very old, refugees etc – all should work.

  34. After I’d finished school, the guys in our district that I used to hang around with were only into music and having a good time; nobody knew anything or cared about politics; they were all above that.

    But then I got a job working for a shipping company down in the Dublin docks. It was a completely different atmosphere. All the guys there were fanatically interested in politics – there were fierce Republicans, conservative free marketeers, socialists. They knew all about Europe and America and the Third World etc., and they argued the issues of the day with a passion and a knowledge that was wonderful to behold, while always remaining good friends. I’d never met people like them before and I remmeber how refreshing and liberating it was to meet such a crowd.

    Since then, I always prefer someone who even has the opposite opinions to mine over someone with none at all.

  35. Paul, Noel

    We agree on all the fundamental things here, including the value of work

    In America, there is the term “Protestant work ethic “which ised to be to be the gold standard for hard-working

    I’ll compare the “Irish/Irish American work ethic “ with that any day the week. Very many of my relations worked really hard from 16 or so, through college, got degrees, did OK. Not rich, but OK. Never borrowed for anything other than college tuition or a house out of a mistrust of debt, and paid loans off early. There are very many like this in our countries.

    The Chinese are like this too.

  36. Hard work manual labor is something everyone should experience. I’ve worked since I was 11, my very first job was cleaning the police stables in Philly when they hard a brigade of horses.

    Shoveling Manure…. but you know what I got paid, and I learned to ride.

  37. Good show

    My first job, delivering the NY Daily News to homes before elementary school, collecting the subscriptions evetry week.

    Learned how to show up, carry a heavy sack, esp heavy on Sundays, be responsible for money. I hate the fact that those jobs don’t exist anymore, because I think it was a real good experience for young kids

  38. I loved working, starting that young helped set good habits. It is a shame they don’t exist these days. My kids had to wait till they were 16 and the type of jobs that exist now are nothing like we had…. a couple of old men…. that’s the hardest part now. I averaged a 60hr week most of my life now I just have time and way too much of it.

  39. All my girls, university graduates or currently studying in third level education, from their early teens have always had part time jobs, baby sitting or working in local shops etc.

    Those who are still studying still have.

    Meanwhile in Japan, it would seem that Japan doesn’t need any extra religious fanaticism:

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-42275875

  40. I averaged a 60hr week most of my life

    That’s way too much in the work / life balance. Particularly when a young family is involved.

  41. But I do know that the cost of living is high in Japan

    I imagine, but….

    I think that the expense of living / visiting in Japan is exaggerated by the western press, who love to talk about say the specialty $100 melons that the Japanese might give as New Years’ gifts.

    I was there for ( only ) 10 days, in Tokyo and Kyoto, and found prices for everything to be less than in say London or New York.

    I think that the cost of living generally would be no more than in say Switzerland or the US.

    https://www.budgetdirect.com.au/interactives/costofliving/compare/london-vs-tokyo/

    I have Japanese friends who have lived in other places. I will ask them to weigh in.

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