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Briano 11:21 Sat Aug 17
PC Andrew Harper
Very sad

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Mike Oxsaw 8:26 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Well, no fucking cunt's talking to me, that's for sure.

SUM A DING WONG 8:23 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
No, he's talking me.

SUM A DING WONG 8:22 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Mike,

Are you talking to me?

Mike Oxsaw 8:19 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
The voices in my head ignore me and speak to somebody else.

SUM A DING WONG 8:17 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Bishopsfinger,

There's no need to speak about mental health issues here on WHO.

We're all perfectly normal and sane.

And do you know why that's true? It's true because the voices in our head said so.

Bishopsfinger 7:32 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Mate mental health issues have zero to do with money. It's like saying you cant get vertigo, migraine or similar if you have money.

The sooner people realise mental health issues are real and tangible the better. It's only just starting to get some recognition. Can you imagine past generations that have had these issues? People either thought they were mental , evil or of bad character.

, 6:00 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
MO, 3.43 your first sentence is totally at odds with the rest of your post.

SUM A DING WONG 5:30 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Mike Oxsaw = WHO's very own Sergeant Hartman from Full Metal Jacket

"One, Two, Three, Four - Were The Volunteer Corps!

"My Corps, My Corps!"

"Your Corps,Your Corps!"

"Our Corps, Our Corps - Volunteer Corps!"

BRANDED 5:24 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
No. They're just everyday happy.

Westside 5:04 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
The £100,000 a year people are well fucking happy tho.

They are all happy.

Like some premier league footballers who earn that much and have mental health and depression problems?

BRANDED 5:02 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
The £100,000 a year people are well fucking happy tho.

They are all happy.

Westside 4:56 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Now. They do say an extra £1000 to someone on £10,000 is worth infinitely more than and extra £1,000 to someone on £100,000 a year and that redistribution clearly makes the poorer people much more satisfied and generally happy even when they are on low wages still.

Of course. Somebody on £10k a year, getting an extra grand, keeps all of it.

Somebody on £100k, getting an extra grand a year, only keeps £380. High marginal tax rates, can be a great cause of un satisfaction.

Mike Oxsaw 4:48 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
BRANDED 4:43 Thu Aug 22

That'll explain why everybody's a miserable cunt on here then - 1,000 makes not the slightest difference to their lifestyles.

BRANDED 4:43 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
https://www.resolutionfoundation.org/app/uploads/2019/02/Happy-now-report.pdf

This organisation is monitoring the well being of the poor and the middle income people.

Their analysis says people's well being has never been better and that it is only partly to do with wealth. Something you keep saying Canada.

Now. They do say an extra £1000 to someone on £10,000 is worth infinitely more than and extra £1,000 to someone on £100,000 a year and that redistribution clearly makes the poorer people much more satisfied and generally happy even when they are on low wages still.

You have made your grade Can.

WHO is not a place to gauge the Nation's mood to be fair.

Mike Oxsaw 3:43 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Bring back the Volunteer Corps.

3 months in some God-forsaken African state helping remote villagers install a clean water supply would go a long way to teaching these scrotes what is important in life.

And it needs to be quick, too. No more than 24 hours from being sentenced to being on a plane out of the country. They can argue the toss when they get back.

Note that this is NOT deportation or ANYTHING like it; there'll be a return ticket issued once the water flows.

Bishopsfinger 3:17 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
The high earners will always do what they consider is best for them. The same as most I suppose. Offering them incentives to stay is possible but they will all end up living in highly gated and guarded communities. It's the way it's going, things like private security companies doing regular patrols are very common now. This will continue to go to the next level.

The only way is for a level headed leader to take control and use common sense. Deal with things like knife crime with high sentences ( if we have room to put them ).

We need strength in leadership and soon. I'd even use the army to degrees, to support the police.

These estates that breed these soldiers need looking at. The kids look up to Dad who is not a great deal older than them. The Dads are walking about carrying, dealing and looking for ways not to earn an honest living. Break the chain some how. Anyone not working and are on benefits, put to work, educate and if that doesnt work. Then god knows.

Stop allowing people to just claim land and set up camp. Walking about stealing and intimidating locals.

Use common sense dealing with these issues but fairly. Ignore these claims of discrimination stop these people these vermin from killing the country. White , black , race or creed treat them all the same. A crime is a crime.

I'm sick and tired of people defending these killers, rapists and more. Parents take responsibility also. " he was a good boy really" well no he wasnt hes a cunt murderer. Take ownership you raised, married or helped a criminal.

ironsofcanada 2:25 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
BRANDED 1:12 Thu Aug 22

The same organisation says the wealth gap has increased.
If so, really kicks that socialism stuff into touch doesn't it.

Mike Oxsaw 2:13 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Bishopsfinger 2:07 Thu Aug 22

Then I can possibly see the argument for having the higher earners/tax payers remain in-country to fund the required level of policing rather than "flee to safer environments" - but only possibly - in reality they become prisoners of other people's neglect & incompetence.

Bishopsfinger 2:07 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
Happier? Yes our lifestyles have improved and 'nice things' are now more accessible but if you were to ask do I feel safer or do i have confidence the police and government the fact is it's a no.

I have zero confidence things are dealt with on face value on certain crimes. Especially when certain ethnic minorities or groups that are deemed to have potential for a political come back or being branded discrimination.

Treat crimes on face value not by what group the alleged perpetrator are from.

The police are on a hiding to nothing. The quality of police has dropped due to applications and budgets. The quality of detectives has also dropped due to the best ones being moved to counter terrorism. These people are our line of defense against criminals and they are seriously lacking funding and the resources are over stretched.

Mike Oxsaw 1:20 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
"Brits have never been happier."

Clearly WHO needs a recruitment campaign then.

BRANDED 1:12 Thu Aug 22
Re: PC Andrew Harper
https://www.resolutionfoundation.org/app/uploads/2019/02/Happy-now-report.pdf

Here's the report.

Brits have never been happier.

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