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HairyHammer 8:47 Mon Mar 5
Two poisoned Russians one a spy found ill on bench
How many of you right wingers who love Putin think him so nice now? plenty in America too who watch RT and think that the station is fare and balanced and love Putin too..

Lot of Cancer about in old blighty innit , nudge nudge wink wink.

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zebthecat 1:24 Sat Sep 15
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Nurse Ratched 12:40 Sat Sep 15

That is brilliant

Far Cough 1:12 Sat Sep 15
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Pillaging Today arf

Nurse Ratched 12:40 Sat Sep 15
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By Michael Deacon in the Telegraph


"How sad to see the mockery of two ordinary Russian cathedral enthusiasts who flew 2,000 miles to spend an afternoon admiring a steeple in Wiltshire before catching the first flight home to their jobs in the fitness industry.

Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, however, are not the first innocent foreign tourists to be smeared by the British state.

The Blitz

In 1940, the British government attempted to frame Austrian watercolourist Adolf Hitler for the aerial bombardment of London. 

“Mr Churchill has completely misrepresented the situation,” said Hermann Goering, a Berlin-based aviation expert, in an interview on Third Reich Today. “All that happened is that a few hundred decent Nazi lads wished to visit the famous Liberty department store, to buy some beautiful scatter cushions for their wives. Their friends had told them all about it. Apparently, it is 19 metres tall.

“So they jumped straight into their planes and flew over. For some reason, however, the British switched on these horribly bright searchlights, and set off the most deafening sirens. Amid all the commotion, our decent lads became understandably flustered, and reached for their radios, to let their wives know they were coming straight home. In their panic, though, they all pressed the wrong button, and accidentally dropped several thousands tons of explosives on the buildings below.

“They never did get to buy those scatter cushions.”

The Vikings

In the 8th century AD a group of Scandinavian tourists set off for a holiday in northern England. 

“It was the most terrible letdown,” said Olaf Olafssen, a keen rower, in an interview on Pillaging Today. “We were looking forward to two weeks of sunbathing – but to our surprise northern England was really cold. Obviously as Vikings we were completely unfamiliar with such inclement conditions. So we had no choice but to set fire to some monasteries for warmth.”

The Romans

British historians have long sought to depict the Romans as ruthless, power-mad invaders. 

“Nothing could be further from the truth,” said Claudius Caesar, an Italian sightseer, in an interview on Empire Today. “My several thousand armed friends and I went to Britain simply to see the famous 123-metre spire of Salisbury Cathedral. When we arrived, however, we were informed that the cathedral hadn’t actually been built yet. You can imagine our disappointment. Having come all that way, we decided we might as well hang around for a bit, while the local construction firm set to work. But after 367 years they still hadn’t got started, so we ended up just going home."

Willtell 12:54 Sat Sep 15
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FMOB Pickled but you are one desperate SOAB....

Hammer and Pickle 7:56 Fri Sep 14
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The cultists' desperation not to discuss collusion beyond the Skripal incident is tangible.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:45 Fri Sep 14
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Incidentally, he made his threat two weeks before the referendum with the polls neck and neck and the government employing ever more desperate tactics to win (extending the registration deadline), so he must have had SOME idea he might lose.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:29 Fri Sep 14
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threesixty

He was Chancellor of the Exchequer. He knew exactly what the B of E's response was going to be or he was in dereliction of duty. He lied. That would certainly be provable in a court of law.

Since 'lying during a referendum campaign' isn't a crime, Carney and the Head of the Treasury civil service will not be called to give evidence. He lied, and you have come up with many excuses for it, all of them nonsense.

Willtell 6:53 Fri Sep 14
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Was Osbourne a Russian spy then?

threesixty 6:45 Fri Sep 14
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Surface

Again, logic is a problem here

What part of “I don’t think he lied” is equal to “I admit he lied”?

Also, Saying you can’t prove something is not the same as saying something happened or not. Try are totally different statements.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:38 Fri Sep 14
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You've just reiterated your point. You admit he lied but are saying it's OK because it can't be proved. Except it probably can. Osborne would have to demonstrate that he was competely incompetent in order to prove his innocence.

threesixty 6:27 Fri Sep 14
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Surface

I haven’t changed my position. I don’t Think he lied. And I’m saying you couldn’t prove it in court unless some official docs came up saying the oposite. Rudd has documents that say the oposite. That’s the point.

Again, logic is a problem on this site.

threesixty 6:25 Fri Sep 14
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Mashed

To lie you have to know that something isn’t correct. If I know I haven’t got a million quid and it’s unlikely I will have it next week. I then tell you I will give a million next week, that’s a lie. Because I know it’s very very unlikely to happen so I am deliberalty misleading you.

So yes you can lie about something in the future but that is only the case if you KNOW it to be incorrect when you said it.

I think logic is a problem on this site...

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:03 Fri Sep 14
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threesixty 5:44 Fri Sep 14

'Put it this way. If Osborne were in court they couldnt prove he lied about his intention to have an emergency budget.'

Given his position, I'm pretty sure they could. Beyond reasonable doubt in a criminal court, probably. Balance of probabilities in a civil court, certainly.

In any case, your position has now changed to 'yes, he did lie, but they can't prove it'. So I suppose we are getting somewhere.

Hammer and Pickle 6:02 Fri Sep 14
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Blah blah blah blah blah

mashed in maryland 6:00 Fri Sep 14
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I don't have "political enemies" and I haven't "claimed" anything, it's a direct c&p.

Hammer and Pickle 5:57 Fri Sep 14
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You talking about what you claim your political enemy said sets a new standard in honesty, mimmlerovskaya.

mashed in maryland 5:51 Fri Sep 14
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Remainers: The Brexit campaign told lies about what will happen in the future

Also Remainers: "You technically cant lie about a future event"


Hmmmmmm.

threesixty 5:44 Fri Sep 14
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Surface

"I think 360's point is that it was OK for Osborne to lie because he thought he was going to get away with it."

Put it this way. If Osborne were in court they couldnt prove he lied about his intention to have an emergency budget.

If amber Rudd were in court about Windrush you could easily prove she lied about not knowing stuff.

You may be suspicious and feel that Osborne lied but you cant really prove it. And thats pretty much it really.

And yes snow flake is a lovely term... they're a bit like bubbles really... COYI! :-)

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:40 Fri Sep 14
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lol!

Jaan Kenbrovin 5:36 Fri Sep 14
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:31 Fri Sep 14

Not only just some random bloke, but one that had a totally irrelevant journey to Scotland planned.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:36 Fri Sep 14
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No he's a liberal, snowflake, anti-democratic Mong.

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