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Posted 19 June 2016 - 07:53 PM

The selective compassion of Jo Cox - Occidental Observer

 

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Jo Cox wanted to make the world a better place and it was a cause for which she was willing to travel halfway across the globe. Whether consoling rape victims in Darfur or bombed out villagers in Afghanistan, it seemed the jet-setting international aid worker was rarely far from the action.

 

Lately it had been the struggle of Syrian war refugees to get to the West that touched her heart, and their plight was a subject she returned to again and again after becoming a Member of Parliament. It seemed there was no victims anywhere she could not empathise with.

 

Except, perhaps, with one striking omission.

 

And that would be the White child rape victims of Muslim grooming gangs in her own back yard. For her West Yorkshire constituency is near the epicentre of the Muslim child rape epidemic that has been sweeping the Labour heartlands of northern England, largely ignored or covered up by social services workers, police and politicians.

 

For it is a striking omission that of all the subjects she enjoyed sounding off on, this world-famous crisis affecting the poorest Whites on her doorstep was not one of them. One cannot help wonder if this shrewd silence was connected to the fact that her lavishly paid MPs job in the constituency of Batley and Spen largely depended on the support of the local Muslim community.

 

Co-incidentally, just as Jo Cox was shot and stabbed to death outside her constituency office in Birstall last Thursday, sentencing was about to take place at Leeds Crown Court after a long trial involving a horrific case of Muslim child exploitation.

 

The court heard that in Halifax, eleven miles from Cox’s constituency, a vulnerable underage girl had been left to fend for herself at the age of 13 after her mother died. This child ended up being preyed on by 100 Muslim males who plied her with alcohol and drugs. The girl — nominally in council care — was then passed from house to house and from town to town as far away as Manchester and London. The girl described being filmed by Muslims on a mobile phone while being orally raped. She contracted an STD. Some of the rapists were identified from CCTV which had been seized from the hotels she could remember, while others were caught because of DNA from stains on her clothing. The police said afterwords that the girl, one of two victims, had shown “immense courage and bravery in reporting these matters to the police and providing evidence.”

 

At the Leeds trial, only fifteen of the men were convicted. Originally over a hundred were arrested and doubtless dozens of culprits walked free. It was a lurid and horrific story but such hearings are so common these days, they have become wearily familiar.

 

Nevertheless you would think this would be a issue that would enrage a feminist-minded, morally crusading MP. But no, instead of fighting to defend the White girl victims of Muslim rape gangs, female Labour MPs have preferred to defend the Muslim community and deflect any criticism. Or, like Jo Cox, they have chosen to ignore it completely. In her maiden speech, Jo Cox said that her community had been “deeply enhanced by immigration” but presumably child rape was not what she had in mind.

 

For it is a fact that northern female Labour MPs prefer to put their energies into endless nagging and barracking their White constituents over their hostility to the importation of foreign refugees. Many of them, like the Rotherham MP Sarah Champion, prefer to do a mental handstand and say that if you extrapolate child abuse across the entire population of Britain, then it is really White men who are the problem.

 

In the immediate aftermath of Jo Cox’s death politicians from all sides promised not to make the killing part of the referendum debate. And then proceeded to do just that. The killing got the full Charlie Hebdo treatment, with even the Prime Minister doing a passable imitation of a man beside himself with grief. Even Hilary Clinton, got into the act, and saw the opportunity to frame herself as a fighter against “extremism.”

 

The connection was immediately made to links to the right wing. The media in full-throated pursuit, were not going to let small details such as contempt of court rules or an ongoing investigation stop them.

 

Tribute after tribute bore witness to Jo Cox’s uniqueness. But in reality, nothing could have been further from the truth. In fact, women like Jo Cox are ten a penny across the West these days — bland, compliant functionaries who have been marinated in political correctness and are happy to regurgitate the platitudes and attitudes of their political masters. And are well-rewarded for doing so. Elizabeth Warren (AKA Pocahontas) in the US comes to mind.

 

She was that toxic combination of self-rightousness and entitlement which believed itself possessed of a special moral insight into the moral shortcomings of their own people. Never slow to parade her compassion, she was also calculating enough to help more dubious causes, as when she lent her name to a government minister who was lobbying for Britain to begin bombing in Syria. Bombing and babies; it was all business for Jo Cox.

 

Hers was the typical smooth career path of the modern political cog. From her grammar school, where she was the Head Girl, she seamlessly moved onto an extended period at two universities before emerging as professional aid worker for Oxfam and Save the Children. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was another fashionable international development outfit in which she managed to wangle a position as “advisor.”

 

She certainly travelled extensively, but to what extent did she get her hands dirty? Rather than mopping sweat-covered brows, her role as a policy consultant seemed to revolve swanning around seminars, conferences and committee rooms in Brussels and London. Networking, rather than counselling, seems the main skill in this field.

 

The safe Labour seat seems to have been a reward for acting as a bag-carrier for prominent political wives such as that of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and a former Labour leader and Euro aristocrat Neil Kinnock. Her constituency seat had been represented by local White men for decades so an all-female shortlist had to be imposed on the local party to ensure an acceptable candidate could be given this plum.

 

It was a gilded lifestyle with a houseboat on the Thames beside Tower Bridge at which she hosted networking events for important left-wing women. There was a second house in her constituency which was a venue for a huge Solstice party each year.

 

The role of international aid worker is highly valued among a section of shrewd university-educated females. It offers a particularly attractive combination of a good salary in an expanding sector, frequent foreign travel and high status among the do-gooding circles.

 

And then there was her husband Brendan Cox, who is also an international development consultant. While one can have all the sympathy in the world for someone left to bring up two children on his own, it would be remiss of me not to point out that he has had a rocky career in the development field. He was forced out of a position at the Save the Children Fund after several women accused him of “acting inappropriately”; acutely embarrassing no doubt for a wife who was the “equalities and discrimination advisor” for a Labour Women’s Network.

 

He has since been jetting around Europe for the World Economic Forum. He is examining ways to combat the “populist opposition” to the “refugee” population transfer programme. Among his findings are that the vote for nationalist parties is not important and that European populations are still willing to take in far more refugees:

 

The supportive constituencies are highly motivated but under-utilised. For example, 16% of people say they would open up their homes to refugees. More widely, 53% of the public say they would like to do more to help, of whom 27% declare that the reason they haven’t done more is they don’t know how to do so. If we can provide more effective ways for these constituencies to engage there is a large and highly motivated group who could effectively take on the mobilised populist right and provide a counter balance to their influence.

 

Demographic trends are on our side. In almost all countries, young people are more progressive than older people. In the US, UK and France, young people (18–34) are between three and four times more supportive than older people. In addition, people who know refugees and immigrants are much more likely to be supportive of them and of migration as a whole. As our societies become more diverse and immigration reaches more communities, more communities are likely to become less prejudiced and more supportive. Like the battle for LGBT rights, there could be a tipping point when debates stop being abstract and start to be based on personal experience.

 

We have great allies. If you were to design an ideal set of campaign allies you would want to unite labour unions and big business, faith groups and the fashion industry, football and public intellectuals. In most countries these groups are already supportive though under-leveraged. What is needed is a strategy to bring them together, reduce the political risk to them individually and increase their collective impact.

 

The refugee crisis and the wider migration debate are here to stay. We need to engage in them at the level of public debate as well as policy. If we do so effectively there is no reason we can’t quickly shift the debate back to the mainstream and in doing so not only help refugees and migrants, but also help marginalise the resurgent populist right. To do so we need to readjust our efforts to reflect that power on this issue is with the people.

 

The authorities are not going to let an opportunity like this go to waste. Tighter surveillance on social media seems a given which will delight MPs such as Luciana Berger no end. Several MPs immediately contacted the police about alleged Twitter threats, and a round-up is in progress, In Devon and Cornwall a man has been charged with “malicious communication”.

 

Another MP who has demanded police protection is another woman who has turned her back on the native White population. Rachael Maskell who said she had received a threat the day before Jo Cox was killed.

 

Maskell achieved national notoriety several months ago when she demanded Britain, admit many more Syrian refugees.

 

“We need to shout more that 20,000 is not enough, 30,000 is not enough. We will keep going until we hit our saturation point because what does it matter if we have to wait another week for a hospital visit?

 

“Or if our class sizes are slightly bigger; or if our city is slightly fuller? What does it matter if things are slightly more challenging? If we have to pay a little bit more into the system? Surely it is worth it to see those lives being restored again.”

 

With the accused, Thomas Mair, having apparently put any doubts about his motivations to rest with his first words in court, it looks like we are in for an interesting time ahead. And very grave implications for freedom of speech in Britain. The recent publication of proposed new anti-extremism laws were not as bad as some anticipated — perhaps because the government were unable to produce any credible example of White extremist violence.

 

That could all be about to change now.

 

One consequence of the Jo Cox killing might be that it has derailed the Leave campaign in the forthcoming Euro referendum. The Leave campaign seemed to be pulling ahead but that has all changed now — the latest polls seem to show that the Remain campaign has caught up and is nosing ahead.

 

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 09:08 AM

So as we thought, Saint Jo, wasn't the Heavenly Angel the Socialist Established Media and the Elites have made out, well she was an angel to anyone not White and not Native..

 

Well id the so-called Polls are shifting, then the Political Elites have the majority of the population pined right, Mindless, sheep who follow the Herder without question, or is it the Immigrant population which is swinging the so-called Polls the other way??

 

Most likely, and the growing Immigrant population, especially in the over populated Immigrant dominated Cities!! 


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“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 02:26 PM

The benevolent dictatorship is starting to lose the benevolence. If Remain wins, dark days are ahead. They'll double down on control over freedom of speech and introduce id cards and that'll be just the start.

 

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 03:35 PM

Seems Jo Cox's killer was Scottish

 

Despite being born in Kilmarnock, Scotland, a decade-old website posting identified Mair as a subscriber to S. A. Patriot, a South African magazine that was published by the pro-apartheid group, the White Rhino Club.

 

http://www.telegraph...ut-thomas-mair/


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Posted 20 June 2016 - 04:40 PM

Well, as yet I can't say that I have heard anyone normal that I come across mention her, or that it's going to change them voting out.

I suppose I will just have to trust what the polls, and media are saying then, that we are all devastated by it, and will change our vote.

 

The Occidental Observer piece is very close to my own view of her and if I didn't know better I would say I had a hand in writing it. 


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Posted 20 June 2016 - 04:50 PM

I've also just reminded myself that a while back I said that I can imagine them creating some disaster, or something with reason enough to postpone/delay or cancel the referendum if they thought they'd lose.

I'm not suggesting they will use her death, but who knows.


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Posted 20 June 2016 - 06:04 PM

I've also just reminded myself that a while back I said that I can imagine them creating some disaster, or something with reason enough to postpone/delay or cancel the referendum if they thought they'd lose.

I'm not suggesting they will use her death, but who knows.

 

Oh if anything works to their advantage, they'll use it, never give the Political Elite the benefit of the doubt, they'll use any and all underhanded ways to protect their beloved Status Quo and the lucrative gravy train on track. And if that means canceling the Referendum at the last minuet they'll do it, and they are not, as we've seen already, they'll use this incident as an excuse, especially if it hasn't changed the wind direction as far as the public opinion on leaving the Euro dream..

 

They'll protect what ever they have a Stake in!!  


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“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

― Cicero

 

 

 ‘Had we lived, I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood, endurance and courage of my companions that would have stirred the heart of every Englishman’.

 

"Don't threaten or dictate to us until you're marching up Whitehall! And even then we won't listen!"

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 07:30 PM

I'm not suggesting they will use her death, but who knows.

 
It was very opportune, even Cameron used her death for his 'Remain' piece in the Sunday Telegraph yesterday. An added bonus is they can increase their attacks on this man:

‘Shoot And Stab Nigel Farage’: Hundreds Of Social Media Messages Urging Attacks On UKIP Leader Revealed - Breibart London

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A Breitbart London analysis has revealed hundreds of historical and contemporary messages sent via social media platforms urging violence against UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage.
 
Over the course of just a few hours, Breitbart London uncovered hundreds of tweets and Facebook updates dating back as far as 2010, with some as recent as last Thursday afternoon after Member of Parliament Jo Cox was murdered.
 
The revelations go some way to shattering the narrative that “hateful” or “aggressive” rhetoric emanates from only one side of UK politics. Most of the messages listed below are from younger people, and Breitbart found that most were either Liberal Democrat, Scottish National Party, or Labour Party supporters. Most of them also expressed pro-European Union sentiment and were overwhelmingly supportive of the ‘Remain’ campaign at the European Union referendum.
 
Basic level searches under the search terms “shoot Nigel Farage”, “stab Nigel Farage” or “kill Nigel Farage” reveal hundreds of messages, some of those in fact with further messages of support for the notions in the replies.
 
For example, on January 17th 2013, Liberal Democrat member Craig Swanney tweeted, “Can someone just shoot Nigel Farage”. As of June 20th, Mr. Swanney has a “TEAM #INtogether” image on his Twitter profile.
 
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Other examples range from those playing “Snog, Marry, Kill” and opting to kill Mr. Farage, to some deeply disturbing comments such as “If I was a hitman, I’d kill Farage for free” and “I want to stab Nigel Farage in the neck”.

Some social media users urge others to attack Mr. Farage, while some suggest they are willing to do it themselves.
 
What follows is a non-exhaustive list of some of the most pertinent examples of how Mr. Farage is threatened for exercising his freedom of speech as a political party leader that attracted four million voters at the last general election.
 
Mr. Farage and his party have had to pay for private security for the Member of the European Parliament for years, and he is routinely attacked on the campaign trail, including recently in Northampton, and last year when his family were chased out of their local pub while enjoying a Sunday meal together.
 
In March last year Breitbart London revealed how comedian Noel Fielding urged his fans to “stab Nigel Farage”.
 
THE LIST:

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Farage: Cameron Blaming ‘Half of Britain’ For Jo Cox Murder
 
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Posted 21 June 2016 - 07:05 AM

And were any of those tweeters, or facebook generation morons arrested for "hate speech"?  I note all the stupid girls, with their selfy images, and the one who talks of someone holding him down while she stabs him, well sweetheart it is a man like Farage that will be the only one who will speak out when certain people are holding you down and violating you brutally. As for all the young men who now are so over emotional, and lack any intelligence to actually listen to common sense regarding the immigration debate, well it is almost tempting to let them have their way, fill us up with everyone from everywhere and see how they survive.  They won't survive they are too weak mentally.


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Posted 21 June 2016 - 07:40 AM

Hard to think all these are part of some wider contrivance but since Twitter and Facebook were designed to impose a Reign of Terror on dissenting opinion you simply have to wonder how many of these contributions aren't just part of a belt and braces approach by factions of the security services working a great deal of overtime. Interesting find Steven.


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Posted 21 June 2016 - 09:22 AM

The likes of Jew book and Twitter, are only influential with those who have no independent thought ability of their own, there are a lot on their, especially Jew Book, at the moment I'm going through my second ban, for my views, my account was deleted, anyone with an Independent thought of their own, are often deleted, those who blindly follow the Establishment line are left alone, after all, what threat are they..

 

As for the above, they've gone through years of Political though control, and thought implantation by Establishment trained teachers, and the Comfort blanket of the Established Nanny State.. They couldn't have an Independent thought, if they were told to have one, their personal Independent thoughts, come from their rears, as wind..

 

You'll also probably find that the above sheep come from the Football and Soap brigade who actually believe that the Media News out lets are telling them the truth, and Auntie BBC can't tell a Lie..

 

They are not the majority, and are not of any use to our survival!! 


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“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

― Cicero

 

 

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"Don't threaten or dictate to us until you're marching up Whitehall! And even then we won't listen!"

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 21 June 2016 - 10:16 AM

diversity indeed. the country is called england but its not. If I was to kill someone in england that person should be english. If I was to rape someone in england that person should be english.


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Posted 21 June 2016 - 03:05 PM

diversity indeed. the country is called england but its not. If I was to kill someone in england that person should be english. If I was to rape someone in england that person should be english.


No one should be raping anyone
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Posted 21 June 2016 - 03:08 PM

Seems Jo Cox's killer was Scottish
 
Despite being born in Kilmarnock, Scotland, a decade-old website posting identified Mair as a subscriber to S. A. Patriot, a South African magazine that was published by the pro-apartheid group, the White Rhino Club.
 
http://www.telegraph...ut-thomas-mair/


I wonder how much the leftist scum are in a quandary now. A Scottish killer, not English.
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Posted 21 June 2016 - 03:13 PM

A Scottish killer influenced from South Africa and the US (maybe) Nothing English at all. AND even the possible connection to Britain First, if I remember right isn't their chief Scottish?


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Posted 21 June 2016 - 11:26 PM

 
It was very opportune, even Cameron used her death for his 'Remain' piece in the Sunday Telegraph yesterday. An added bonus is they can increase their attacks on this man:

‘Shoot And Stab Nigel Farage’: Hundreds Of Social Media Messages Urging Attacks On UKIP Leader Revealed - Breibart London

Untitled-5-640x480.jpg

A Breitbart London analysis has revealed hundreds of historical and contemporary messages sent via social media platforms urging violence against UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage.
 
Over the course of just a few hours, Breitbart London uncovered hundreds of tweets and Facebook updates dating back as far as 2010, with some as recent as last Thursday afternoon after Member of Parliament Jo Cox was murdered.
 
The revelations go some way to shattering the narrative that “hateful” or “aggressive” rhetoric emanates from only one side of UK politics. Most of the messages listed below are from younger people, and Breitbart found that most were either Liberal Democrat, Scottish National Party, or Labour Party supporters. Most of them also expressed pro-European Union sentiment and were overwhelmingly supportive of the ‘Remain’ campaign at the European Union referendum.
 
Basic level searches under the search terms “shoot Nigel Farage”, “stab Nigel Farage” or “kill Nigel Farage” reveal hundreds of messages, some of those in fact with further messages of support for the notions in the replies.
 
For example, on January 17th 2013, Liberal Democrat member Craig Swanney tweeted, “Can someone just shoot Nigel Farage”. As of June 20th, Mr. Swanney has a “TEAM #INtogether” image on his Twitter profile.
 
Screen-Shot-2016-06-20-at-15.53.12.png
 
Other examples range from those playing “Snog, Marry, Kill” and opting to kill Mr. Farage, to some deeply disturbing comments such as “If I was a hitman, I’d kill Farage for free” and “I want to stab Nigel Farage in the neck”.

Some social media users urge others to attack Mr. Farage, while some suggest they are willing to do it themselves.
 
What follows is a non-exhaustive list of some of the most pertinent examples of how Mr. Farage is threatened for exercising his freedom of speech as a political party leader that attracted four million voters at the last general election.
 
Mr. Farage and his party have had to pay for private security for the Member of the European Parliament for years, and he is routinely attacked on the campaign trail, including recently in Northampton, and last year when his family were chased out of their local pub while enjoying a Sunday meal together.
 
In March last year Breitbart London revealed how comedian Noel Fielding urged his fans to “stab Nigel Farage”.
 
THE LIST:

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Farage: Cameron Blaming ‘Half of Britain’ For Jo Cox Murder
 
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Notice how they're white and mostly young?  I really do despair of my country if these pieces of shit are its future. Shallow little chav types who wouldn't know an original thought of their own if their lonely little brain cell managed to ever conceive one.   Believe me, my hatred for this human dross far outweighs any they have for Nigel Farage. 


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Posted 22 June 2016 - 08:19 AM

I don't think it occurs to them that you just can't go around threatening folk like this. It's not as if it's only words, there has been lots of damage to UKIP property, certainly last year.

 

Nigel Farage says anger over migration could lead to violence 

 

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Posted 22 June 2016 - 11:49 AM

I think qrust the only thing that occurs to them is it's ok if it's done by them, against the Racists/Nazis and that label can be applied to anyone for any dissent from the stuff they've been brainwashed with.  In their minds if only such as us could be gotten rid of then they would all live happily ever after, with their brothers and sisters from across the globe, all shoe horned in together and sharing fun times in their trendy bars.


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#19 Witnere

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    It all seemed quite simple to start with....

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Posted 22 June 2016 - 01:25 PM

I'm not sure Fenlandia, being stuck in a trendy bar with those sorts isn't something I would describe as "fun times"! I mean, what would they do; hold virtue signalling competitions or compare self-righteous attitudes?


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Posted 22 June 2016 - 01:46 PM

what would they do; hold virtue signalling competitions or compare self-righteous attitudes?

 

Isn't that the world we live in? We're about to commit suicide just to show the nice man on television what decent, empathetic folk we are. Everything is self-centred. We do what makes us feel good and build our reasoning around it later. No 'broader picture' or consideration for others, not even our own children. If we're incapable of thinking in any meaningful sense it's because we're little more than children ourselves these days. Haven't read the book but I'm told it deals with this very subject:

 

https://www.amazon.c...=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

 

 


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