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Ridikzappa 11:37 Thu Mar 21
Jim Jeffries
Once I regarded him as an edgy, free thinking comedian.

Today he has shown himself to be a lying rat, regressive leftist, sell-out.

Oh Jim, it’s so sad.

https://youtu.be/LMPgWFJTkXE

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joe royal 11:21 Sat Mar 23
Re: Jim Jeffries
Bernard Manning was the funniest comic .

PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:14 Sat Mar 23
Re: Jim Jeffries
My hunch is that those who virtue signal the loudest are deflecting and have some skeletons in their cupboard.

Lineker back in the day wasn’t the women’s rights, socialist, fighter for justice that he is now.

The BBC as an entity spent years hiding child abuse and drug use amongst its “talent” - now they are are morphing into the guardian.

The guardian has off shore funds, wastes money hand over fist and has journalists who love the white stuff regardless of the impact it has on the developing world.

The developing world play the “feel sorry for us” card whilst hiding numerous human rights abuses.

It goes on and on and on

mashed in maryland 10:58 Sat Mar 23
Re: Jim Jeffries
Yeah which makes it even worse.

Makes you think how many other famous celebrity SJWs have similar gulfs between their public and private views.

My guess is almost all of them.

Takashi Miike 10:55 Sat Mar 23
Re: Jim Jeffries
but he's only pc when the (his) camera's turned on, that's the point

mashed in maryland 10:36 Sat Mar 23
Re: Jim Jeffries
Used to be my favourite comedian.

Since quitting drinking he's become less and less funny and more and more PC.

And unfortunately this sort of manipulation and off-camera shit is probably par for the course in the media.

Such a shame.

ironsofcanada 3:32 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
Branded

I guess there is an easy question to gauge your sincerity.

Is Stalin the ultimate winner in your book?

ironsofcanada 3:21 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
BRANDED 2:55 Fri Mar 22

Is this were you turn, so you can say it was windup all along? When you compare the struggles of Americas during the depression to Ukrainians under Stalin or even the Jews under Hitler.

"when some people do well in any of them."

Stalin and Hitler did well for a while at least, right?

Boring tactic mate.

BRANDED 2:55 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
People have starved in America and suffered greatly during the great depression.

The idea that one political or socioeconomic system having the answers is bonkers when some people do well in any of them.

ironsofcanada 2:32 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
BRANDED 2:18 Fri Mar 22

Did I rattle you that much yesterday that you think this make any sense?

Real people are able to live very different lives depending on what system they find themselves under. That is absolutely basic.

It is very hard to be a "winner" when your government is systematically starving you to make it look like their system is working.

Surely even you would see that?

BRANDED 2:20 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
In reality any loser in life will blame some thing or some system.

If you're a winner you dont feel a need.

BRANDED 2:19 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
I guess that's my point.

BRANDED 2:18 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
A wage is a wage

The problem with thinking left and right, communist and capitalist or indeed and combination of any of them is what they boil down to in terms of real people living in any state.

The traditional views on this are often blinkered like yours due to a lack of knowledge or understanding.

ironsofcanada 2:17 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
BRANDED 2:12 Fri Mar 22

Did you have an overall point?

Other than exciting everyone with a discussion on communism?

ironsofcanada 2:16 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
BRANDED 2:11 Fri Mar 22

Probably an overly simplistic term for it, I apologize, wages are no longer based on the communist supply or provisioning system.

It is either hierarchical or complete free market.

BRANDED 2:12 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
I think you need to spend a little time learning about political and economic systems.

BRANDED 2:11 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
People didnt have wages in communist states?

ironsofcanada 2:08 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
BRANDED 2:04 Fri Mar 22

?

You not reading well this afternoon?

Not communist - it has class divisions, huge cash economies, people work for wages, - not communist in many aspects.

BRANDED 2:04 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
So they are communist but just good ones?

ironsofcanada 2:02 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
Sorry off the top of my head, switched the People's and Democratic in North Korea's name.

ironsofcanada 2:01 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
BRANDED 1:54 Fri Mar 22

In the way that the state no longer wholly (or even come close to wholly) controls the means of production.

Authoritarian yes communist not so much any more.

The People's Democratic Republic of Korea - is not very democratic despite it saying it in its name.

BRANDED 1:54 Fri Mar 22
Re: Jim Jeffries
In what way are the 89 million communist members and the political system that is communist not communist?

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