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Easter is almost upon us, the most significant time in our Christian civilisation. Of course it’s not an original. For those with a fascination for such things, early Christians adapted the feast the Germanic goddess Ēostre. Still, Christians will come together to remember the death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Saviour of Mankind and Son of the One True God. Godless commies have just another long weekend.

Have fun whatever you’re up to and tell us what you know.

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115 thoughts on “ATW OPEN THREAD

  1. 2067: the end of British Christianity
    Projections aren’t predictions. But there’s no denying that churches are in deep trouble

    It’s often said that Britain’s church congregations are shrinking, but that doesn’t come close to expressing the scale of the disaster now facing Christianity in this country. Every ten years the census spells out the situation in detail: between 2001 and 2011 the number of Christians born in Britain fell by 5.3 million — about 10,000 a week. If that rate of decline continues, the mission of St Augustine to the English, together with that of the Irish saints to the Scots, will come to an end in 2067.

    https://www.spectator.co.uk/2015/06/2067-the-end-of-british-christianity/

  2. Back in the good old days there were football (soccer) games on Easter Monday or Tuesday as well as the Saturday before Easter. I remember visiting relatives and doing some egg nonsense outside while trying to sneak back to the car to catch the commentary of a Liverpool game as David Fairclough was performing his supersub routine.

  3. Maybe I am just suffering from a lack of empathy today?.

    But did anyone else witness the Australian cheating cricket player blubbing like a girl today on national TV?.

    He got caught..end of.

    I wonder if he realises there are millions of Poms laughing at him?.

    😂

  4. Harri –

    It couldn’t have happened to a nicer bunch of sledging bastards. Aussies are truly mortified.

    In a way it’s been building to something like this. For some reason, cricket’s authorities have been happy to allow sledging (led by the Aussies) and other dirty practices. Umpires should have been instructed a long time to penalise any unsporting conduct, but they never have been.

    This is a prime opportunity to clean shop.

  5. Pete, why do you approach Christianity with such a world-weary chip on your shoulder?

    I know it’s the fashion, but……come on. Breathe a little. Admit you care. It doesn’t matter if “they” laugh at you.

  6. I think it’s tampering with the ball Phantom.

    It makes the flight if the ball unpredictable?.

    Or something like that.

    I’m sure Pete can put us right on this one.

  7. Harri – the link of monarchy and church is a definite problem for British Christianity.

    Separation of church and state in America gives Christianity room to breathe.

  8. Since it’s an open thread, here’s an idea…let’s list our “pet peeves”

    My Pet peeve: hearing Brits and Europeans laugh at Americans for naivety – as if being world weary is somehow a laudable strength.

  9. Harri – I wasn’t addressing the “death of Christianity” so much as the world weary snickering

  10. Christianity in Europe..

    As I said on another thread, “not even Catholics can outbreed Muslims”.

    It’s only a matter of time.

  11. Since it’s an open thread, here’s an idea…let’s list our “pet peeves”

    The Left.

    Liberal progressives.

  12. Harri, on March 29th, 2018 at 8:33 PM Said:
    Since it’s an open thread, here’s an idea…let’s list our “pet peeves”

    The Left.

    Liberal progressives.

    That just about covers, most if not a multitude of sins, and what’s so wrong in our societies today.

    They have to go.

  13. Patty, on March 29th, 2018 at 8:33 PM Said:
    “It’s only a matter of time.”

    Christians have been under attack since Christ.

    Not even close to they are now from Islam, and the left (the left are inspired by Islam) as they are today in their own lands.

    We are screwed.

    Royally.

  14. Phantom –

    “Sledging” is cricket parlance for verbally abusing your opponent. It’s to put them off or mentally damage them.

    Australians have been sledgers par excellence for many years. The Aussie team is in South Africa at the moment, where they recently demanded that mics in the stumps be turned off so that their sledging of South African batsmen not be picked up and broadcast.

    Everyone else finds it boorish.

    Anyway, this week the Aussie team were caught cheating, on camera, They were tampering with the ball, a big no-no. A bowler took sandpaper to it, to rough up one side of the ball and make it move in the air. It’s a big scandal and very funny.

  15. Patty –

    Pete, why do you approach Christianity with such a world-weary chip on your shoulder?

    Genuinely, I have no idea what you mean.

  16. Pete.

    We have cricket on the village green, it’s as boring watching it live, as it is on TV..

    😏

  17. Christianity is not dead. If anything it has been driven underground at least in the States, but it is still very strong and very deep…. and just as the last time in history that the cult of death was on the march Christians are being killed and crucified all over thye Middle East. It’s most ancient churches being destroyed.

    A clip from American Gods

  18. Christianity is not dead. If anything it has been driven underground at least in the States, but it is still very strong and very deep…. and just as the last time in history that the cult of death was on the march Christians are being killed and crucified all over thye Middle East. It’s most ancient churches being destroyed.

    True Patrick.

    But Islam didn’t have the left, or Antifa behind it then.

    As I said, the left are inspired by Islam.

    Even though they are infidels too.

  19. Harri –

    Who watches cricket?

    You drink to cricket, you wash the dishes to it, you do the gardening to it, you cook to it, sort out the motor to it.

    I’ve been to Lords and the Oval to see England vs Australia, South Africa, India and the West Indies. Barely saw a ball bowled in days. You sit there, get steadily drunk, chat with your mates and friendly strangers. Applaud a wicket or a boundary.

    But no-one watches cricket. That’s not the point of it.

  20. Pete.

    That must be my past mistake, I have tried to watch it.

    I get it now, it’s just not possible.

  21. Harri –

    You are an atheist who dislikes cricket. When you next moan about the state of Britain you ought to look in the mirror.

    Jeez, you probably like jazz too.

  22. Jeez, you probably like jazz too.

    Jazz and Country & Western..

    Shudder, I couldn’t think of anything worse.

  23. Jeez, you probably like jazz too.

    Jazz and Country & Western..

    Shudder, I couldn’t think of anything worse.

    Actually, I can.

    Musicals.

  24. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer bunch of sledging bastards.

    True that. Their shameless coach Lehmann has finally fallen on his sword tonight. Good riddance.

  25. Before he went Lehmann called for an end to sledging. How jolly. He might as well take a vow of silence.

  26. An interesting article in today’s NYT The Last Great Clothing Store, about an old school high quality mens/clothing store that has not just survived the casual business trend but is thriving, based on relentless customer service.

    ( Boyds, Philadelphia )

  27. I’m calling it. The world is in desperate need of style, quality and manners. And where there’s a need a solution will be found. The backlash against slob clothing will come.

  28. Yep. All the evidence points to the fact that religion is on the way out, worldwide.
    Not a bed thing at all in my opinion

  29. Many lovely, empty churches in Britain.

    The decline is not as advances in America, but there are many small congregations too, and many painful re-purposings of old church buildings.

  30. The work would be a much more civilised place if everyone adopted moderate modest genuinely liberal ( yes even hand wringing ) drippy old Anglicanism, and eschewed any form of loud mouthed fundamentalist religion.

  31. Harri, on March 29th, 2018 at 8:25 PM Said:

    I think it’s tampering with the ball Phantom.

    It makes the flight if the ball unpredictable?.

    Or something like that.

    Have you every been correct about anything Harri?

  32. Sledging has become widespread in Gaelic Football. I would agree with Pete that there should be a sanction for it.

  33. Phantom — A bit of ‘getting to know each other’ has been part of most ball games since forever. This is a relatively new and most unsporting phenomenon. The things that are said to people are off the wall grotesque, all in an effort to put them off their stride, get them booked/sent off etc.

    In the dying moments of last year’s All Ireland Football final, Dublin v Mayo, a Mayo player threw his GPS tracker at a Dublin player as the latter was trying to take a free kick — one of the most ugly, unsporting things I’ve ever seen.

  34. There is an all too common attitude that ” if you’re not cheating, you’re not trying ( to win ) “. I have a violent reaction to that.

    And things like this
    https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5552596

    And the diving by soccer / basketball players, the use of steroids and other drugs by baseball players / Olympians, etc.

    You shouldn’t need a league commissioner or transnational body to deal with this stuff. The coaches, the other players should stop it.

    Very many of the best players in all sports never sledged or cheated. And if you do win by cheating, as far as I am concerned, you’ve accomplished less than nothing.

    In American baseball, the supposedly best power hitter ( Barry Bonds )and one of the best pitchers of the modern era ( Roger Clemens ) did as well as they did by using banned steroids and then lying about it. A shadow hangs over them, they’re not respected by most fans, or by many former players either.

  35. I just got back from the Apache casino, where I left my annual donation. The mountain gods were particularly distressed at me this time, and it took $600 to appease them!

  36. I’m calling it. The world is in desperate need of style, quality and manners. And where there’s a need a solution will be found. The backlash against slob clothing will come.

    If it helps Pete, I wore an ascot tie today with sports jacket and jeans. The only ascot between here and San Francisco!

  37. Mahons, on March 29th, 2018 at 9:05 PM Said:
    In the Easter spirit I plan to go out Friday night and then not rise until Sunday.

    you’re too old to do that…..

  38. Yes, the Australian cricket team has been getting away with unacceptable sledging for far too long and it seems that the umpires are unable to put a stop to it.

    A simple solution would be microphones at each end of the wicket which would pick up the abuse and relay it to the TV audience. This was proposed years ago and I don’t know why the cricket authorities have resisted it.

  39. Ball tampering has been going on since cricket started. What amazes me is that the Australians thought they could get away with rubbing sandpaper on the ball and not be detected by one of the dozen or so TV cameras which cover all international matches. And luckily they lost the match by 322 runs.

    Watch the video of the cheating:
    https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/cricket/australia-balltampering-admit-cameron-bancroft-cheating-video-latest-a8272236.html

    And here is the score:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/scorecard/ECKO41570

  40. I hope that this young woman is well protected against another false flag murder attempt by MI5 or Mossad. Because that is Putin’s explanation for this nerve gas attack and we know that he never lies:

    “Yulia Skripal, the daughter of ex-spy Sergei Skripal, is improving rapidly and no longer in a critical condition, says the hospital treating her. She and her father were admitted nearly four weeks ago after being exposed to a nerve agent in Salisbury. The BBC understands from separate sources that Ms Skripal is conscious and talking. However Mr Skripal remains in a critical but stable condition, Salisbury District Hospital said.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43588450

  41. My style with an ascot more like this!

    As Harri would say the fashon police are at my heels, lol!

  42. very nice…. charles they do make it look classy and I know your pic would fit right in that page bravo

  43. Petr Tarasov, on March 29th, 2018 at 11:32 PM Said:

    Have you every been correct about anything Harri?

    Brexit.

    😁

  44. Have you ever been correct about anything Petr?

    Petr Tarasov, on May 18th, 2016 at 12:23 PM Said:
    There’s no mystery here. Britain will remain in the EU.

    Petr Tarasov, on February 22nd, 2016 at 9:52 PM Said:
    A second vote won’t arrise as a risk averse electorate will vote to stay in. This is very obvious.

    😁

    And let’s not forget about the Austrian elections.

    P

  45. Charles.

    Actually, that’s very dapper.

    It takes a certain type of gentleman to pull that one off.

  46. I hope that this young woman is well protected against another false flag murder attempt by MI5 or Mossad.

    Indeed. She was very well whilst living in Russia and only suffered ill-health when in England……

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/03/19/vehicle-used-pick-yulia-skripal-airport-taken-forensic-tests/

    The vehicle used to pick up Yulia Skripal from Heathrow when she arrived in the UK from Moscow has been seized by the military for forensic testing.

    The development suggests that detectives believe the Novichok nerve agent used to poison both the 33-year-old and her father, Russian spy Sergei Skripal, a fortnight ago may have been unwittingly carried over by her from Russia the previous day.

    That ‘Novichok’ toxin – any chance of it being confirmed by say, a sample being given to the Agency that deals with nerve gases?

  47. Harri

    Come on be honest you also confidently predicted that Brexit would never happen.

  48. Colm, on March 30th, 2018 at 1:12 PM Said:
    Harri

    Come on be honest you also confidently predicted that Brexit would never happen.

    I predicted the vote to leave the stupid club I was correct.

    I also predict Brexit will not actually mean leaving the Brussels stupid club, I don’t even believe it’s possible to escape.

    I will be correct there too.

  49. http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/03/she-is-risen-last-act-of-novichok-drama-revealed-the-skripals-resurrection.html

    It seems that the ‘Novichok’ fairy-tale the British government plays to us provides for a happy ending – the astonishing and mysterious resurrection of the victims of a “military grade” “five to eight times more deadly than VX gas” “nerve agent” “of a type developed by” Hollywood.

    Of A Type Developed By Liars

    I have now received confirmation from a well placed FCO source that Porton Down scientists are not able to identify the nerve agent as being of Russian manufacture, and have been resentful of the pressure being placed on them to do so. Porton Down would only sign up to the formulation “of a type developed by Russia” after a rather difficult meeting where this was agreed as a compromise formulation. The Russians were allegedly researching, in the “Novichok” programme a generation of nerve agents which could be produced from commercially available precursors such as insecticides and fertilisers. This substance is a “novichok” in that sense. It is of that type. Just as I am typing on a laptop of a type developed by the United States, though this one was made in China.

  50. Colm.

    Petr, meanwhile predicted the brexit referendum incorrectly, and the Austrian elections incorrectly.

    😀

    But looking on the bright side, if you are a betting man, listen to what Petr “predicts” and place your money on the exact opposite.

    Easy money!.

    😀

  51. Allan@

    Seeming as the daughter had a 1% chance of survival, yet she is now doing fine, eating, and talking.

    I would say Putin needs to up his game.

  52. The work would be a much more civilised place if everyone adopted moderate modest genuinely liberal ( yes even hand wringing ) drippy old Anglicanism

    A religious representation of the traits of the British at their best Colm, tolerance, respect, ecumenical moderation and understanding.

    I predicted the vote to leave the stupid club I was correct.

    You also predicted that the EU would impose a second referendum if they disagreed with the first one and were incorrect.

  53. You also predicted that the EU would impose a second referendum if they disagreed with the first one and were incorrect.

    They are, through Tony Blair.

    Blair wants his shot at the Presidency, and he’s doing all he can for that big payday.

    Saying that, does the creature Blair not realise, he is despised by the left and right in equal measures, evertime he opens his Globalist elitist mouth, the heels of 17.4 million, and others dig even further.

    Blair makes any decent human beings skin crawl.

  54. No they’re not. IF a second referendum happens at some time it will be a result of the democratic will of the Brits expressed freely through their Parliament and not the EU.

    You were incorrect on this. You called the EU referendum correctley but two swallows don’t make a summer so I wouldn’t be blowing my own horn so loudly.

  55. Slide right in..

    Okay Paul..I got that one, very good.

    It’s probably down to size?.

    No offence Colm.

    Colm appreciates double entendres.

    😀

  56. Harri,

    This woman walks into a bar and asks the barman for a double entendre coctail.

    So the barman gives her one.

  57. Colm, on March 30th, 2018 at 3:08 PM Said:
    Swallows ! blowing ! horn !

    Mr McMahon, may I remind you this is a holy day 😱

    No worries, sex cases and religion, are seriously good bed partners.

    See what i done there?.

    This is clever stuff, you heathens you.

    Where’s a burning stake when you need one?.

  58. You were incorrect on this. You called the EU referendum correctley but two swallows don’t make a summer

    Paul.

    You are on fire?.

    You’ve done it again..😀

    Colm will be loving all this…

  59. Oh no what have I done on this Good Friday. I have provoked Harri and Paul into a competing smutfest ! I should be crucified for my sins , and I’m probably going to have meat for my dinner as well to add insult to injury !

  60. and I’m probably going to have meat for my dinner

    you’ve done it again?.

    You mucky pup.

    Paul, help me out here, have I read too much into this?.

  61. No doubt you’d enjoy being hoisted high on a sturdy piece of wood though? 😉

  62. On this Holy day, we can all (even us innocent apatheist’s) be rest assured, we will definitely not be going to Hell.

    I know this because his Holiness, the Pope told us so.

    Paul.

    Very good.

    😀

    Colm.

    To be well hung, does that mean you were at the front of the queue..

    Uh oh, hold on a minute?…

    We could be brothers..

    😁

    I am searching out ye olde dusty Bible as we speak.

    The last time I remember seeing it was under a wonky old table leg.
    😏

    I can feel the heat from the burning stakes already.

    He’s so obviously a witch, burn him already, and burn him…anyway.

    The heathen bastard.

    😏

  63. Enough of this filth, I will not unleash any more entendres today double or otherwise.

    Now I must dash, my hot cross buns are just about ready to be chewed…… 😍

  64. Paul McMahon, on March 30th, 2018 at 3:46 PM Said:
    No doubt you’d enjoy being hoisted high on a sturdy piece of wood though? 😉

    Or a sturdy,. But flexible large…ish piece of latex.

    Colm.

    Your fault entirely, you started all this. 😨

  65. No I didn’t. It was that sex obsessed Irishman boasting about blowing and swallowing his trumpet. He,s the one who has corrupted us on this sacred day. May the Lord forgive him 😊

  66. Colm, Paul.

    After reviewing your heretical behaviour on this Holy days, of actual Holy days, I will safely assume, you heathens, along fortunately with myself, that Mr Jesus will not be requiring our services as sunbeams any longer.

    I hope we are proud of ourselves?.

    I am sitting here awaiting the lightening strike patiently.

    😏

  67. Colm, on March 30th, 2018 at 3:59 PM Said:
    No I didn’t. It was that sex obsessed Irishman boasting about blowing and swallowing his trumpet. He,s the one who has corrupted us on this sacred day. May the Lord forgive him 😊

    I will reluctantly agree with that hypothesis.

    Just in case.

  68. I didn’t. It was that sex obsessed Irishman boasting about blowing and swallowing his trumpet. He,s the one who has corrupted us on this sacred day. May the Lord forgive him 😊

    We are back to the “fear of God”.

    Fortunately,i am personally not in possession of any of that voodoo stoneage guff, (that’s what I would call real liberal progression).

    Some “parents” have an awful lot to answer for.

  69. That ‘Novichok’ toxin – any chance of it being confirmed by say, a sample being given to the Agency that deals with nerve gases?

    Yes Allan, it’s already happening:

    “Britain says the chemical used in the attack was part of a group of nerve agents developed by the Soviet Union known as Novichok.

    OPCW has sent a team to the UK to investigate samples of the agent Britain says was used. The results are expected to take a minimum of two weeks, the government says.

    Police say the Skripals first came into contact with the nerve agent at Mr Skripal’s home in Salisbury, with the highest concentration found on the front door.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-43596812

  70. Somehow I don’t think Allan will accept the results if they at all indicate any blame for Russia. The OPCW will have been nobbled !

  71. It’s a false flag done by the ((( crisis actors ))) from Parkland High

    You can’t fool me

  72. Should Corbo condemn Israeli heavy handedness or would that be further proof of ‘anti – Semitism?’

    It wouldn’t be further proof, if the IDF’s actions against Palestinian invaders was excessive.

    But thus far Corbyn hasn’t been accused of anti-semitism because of his critiques of Israel. He’s been rightly accused of anti-semitism because his regime fosters and indulges anti-semitism.

    Come on Paul, I thought you opposed that kind of thing.

  73. Police say the Skripals first came into contact with the nerve agent at Mr Skripal’s home in Salisbury, with the highest concentration found on the front door.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-43596812

    And it took how long to have apparent effect? The Skripals went out for a meal in Salisbury and then went to a park where only then according to the story did the dealy toxin take effect: these chemicals are supposed to kill on contact with micrograms

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/26/130-people-feared-exposed-to-novichok-in-spy-attack-says-pm

    More than 130 people could have been exposed to the deadly nerve agent novichok during the Russian spy attack in Salisbury, Theresa May said on Monday.

    May is lying –

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/03/no-patients-have-experienced-symptoms-of-nerve-agent-poisoning-in-salisbury.html

    The London Times reported on March 14th that 40 people in Salisbury needed treatment because of poisoning. A reader’s letter to the paper written by “Steven Davies – Consultant in emergency medicine, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust” disputes that report. (The NHS database lists Davies, GMC membership number 4122151, as specialist in accident and emergency services at the Salisbury District Hospital.) The letter seems to say that none of the hospital’s patients were effected by “nerve agents” at all:

    Sir, Further to your report “Poison exposure leaves almost 40 needing treatment”, Mar 14), may I clarify that no patients have experienced symptoms of nerve agent poisoning in Salisbury and there have only been ever been three patients with significant poisoning.

  74. Yes Allan. As I have posted before this is obviously a black ops false flag job by either MI5 or Mossad or the CIA or all of them. Because Putin says so, and that should be good enough for all of us, because he never lies and Russia is the obvious victim in all this. This might even provoke it to invade Estonia as a defensive measure before the war-mongering hordes of Nato swarm across its borders.

    In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if the whole thing was faked and the man and his daughter are having a laugh in a safe house in the wilds of Cornwall with their MI5 minders.

  75. Peter – if you’re unable or unwilling to argue the points made then just say so, but don’t divert to 6th-form posturing when facts put are not what you want to see.

    The brown horde continues its invasion of the US, and they have their own placemen in US officialdom to open the gates:

    http://www.king5.com/article/news/local/seattle-judge-opens-door-for-thousands-to-apply-for-asylum/281-533373458

    A federal judge in Seattle opened the door Thursday for thousands of immigrants to apply for asylum, finding that the Department of Homeland Security has routinely failed to notify them of a deadline for filing their applications.

    U.S. District Judge Ricardo S. Martinez issued the ruling in a class-action lawsuit brought by immigrant rights groups on behalf of those who fear persecution if returned to their home country.

    Here’s what’s a-comin’

    On March 25th, a caravan of about 1,350 Central American migrants started a trip from the City of Tapachula on the Mexico-Guatemala border to the United States. The journey is being organized by Pueblos Sin Fronteras (People Without Borders), although the migrants are responsible for their own food and water. The migrants plan to reach the U.S. border and either apply for asylum or slip away from the group to cross illegally.

    According to TelesurTV, the migrants are demanding from Mexico and the United States, “open borders and asylum access, an end to deportations which destroy families, [and continuation of] vital migrant programs such as the Temporary Protected Status.”

    We should simply abolish welfare, all of it. That would solve the problem.

  76. Congratulations to Anthony Joshua on his WBO heavyweight world title fight.

    Genuine question, what has happened to all those American heavyweight greats?.

    Past and upcoming?.

    It seems like such a long time ago since American heavyweight boxers dominated the sport.

  77. Allan

    Why do your “truths “ always always conclude Russian innocence and Western nefarious guilt. Coincidence or are you looking for a job with Russia Today 😉

  78. London’s just so safe…

    London murder rate overtakes New York for first time ever including 11 killings in just 16 days

    February marked the first time London had a higher murder rate than NYC
    A total of 15 killings were reported, with nine aged 30 or younger
    In March, there were 22 murders in the capital, including 11 deaths in 16 days
    London’s murder rate has capitulated and has overtaken New York City’s numbers for the first time ever, according to a new report.

    February marked the first month in history books that London had more murders than the American city with a total of 15 homicides. Out of the 15 killed, nine were aged 30 or younger.

    In March, there were 22 murders, which is likely to match if not beat out New York’s numbers.

    Last month was particularly tragic, as the murder wave continued on Thursday when a 23-year-old man became the 11th person to be fatally stabbed or gunned down in the capital in just 16 days.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5566689/London-murder-rate-overtakes-New-York-time-including-11-killings-just-16-days.html#ixzz5BPca9heO

  79. harri

    London’s total it appears is rising while NY numbers are declining to
    Historic lows

  80. The NYC rate – what you want to focus on – Has declined by 87% since the 1990s; while the London murder rate has increased by 40% in just three years

    I will remind all hear that the historic decline in crime in New York began under the watch of Giuliani and police commissioner Bratton

    There was talk of Bill Bratton becoming the head of the Met police in Britain; Teresa may, home secretary at the time, said no. That decision has had consequences there. Leadership counts

  81. I’m sure Mayor Khan will have a very short break from his incessant virtue signalling to deal with the situation.

    That’s just before he build 80,000 new homes.

    Plants 2 million trees.

    Blah, blah, blah.

  82. According Mayor Khan, who is basically a mini- me Justin Trudeau. “Terror attacks are part of living in a big city”..

    I suppose rape, escalating knife crime, and the almost everyday occurrence of youngsters being murdered in record numbers is too?.

  83. //According Mayor Khan, who is basically a mini- me Justin Trudeau. “Terror attacks are part of living in a big city”..//

    Harri, that’s a lie. He never said that.

    BTW Anyone else like to track the Chinese space lap that’s out of control and will come back to earth (at about 28,000 kph) over the next 24 hours?

    http://www.satflare.com/track.asp?q=37820#TOP

  84. Mayor Khan waffled “The threat of attack is part and parcel of living in a big city”

    Really?.

    Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech have big cities, there’s no threat there?.

    I wonder why?.

  85. Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech have big cities, there’s no threat there?.

    I wonder why?.

    Until the goons at Brussels get their own way that is.

    Mind you, they have tried blackmail, and they have tried threats, but all to no avail so far.

  86. Er, well yeah?.

    Macron has no choice, and neither do the French, the EU own their arses now, anyway I thought the French just lurrrved the EU?.

    If they are getting all uppity now because of EU laws, they obviously can’t imagine what it’s going to be like in 5, 10 years time, the Brussels machine pump out laws like they are on crack.

    Macron hit with THREE MONTHS of strikes in FURY at French President bowing to EU law
    EMMANUEL Macron has been slapped with THREE MONTHS of punishing strikes from tomorrow in retaliation of the French President bowing down to the EU.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/940040/emmanuel-macron-news-france-strikes-SNCF-rail-EU-law

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