WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



arsene york-hunt 12:33 Tue Jul 27
Woke watch
There is a very good section on GB news where the ludicrous idiocies of Wokeness are looked at

I thought we would should have one for WHO. I'll start with Baptiste on BBC: In Hungary,an ambassador's family are kidnapped by Islamic terrorists and carry out atrocities. At the end of the last episode Baptiste finds out that it is a false flag operation and conveniently, the real culprits are white supremacists who want to stop all immigration.

Coronation Street ITV a gay black footballer is stopped by the police, because he is driving an expensive car. He is pushed to the ground during an altercation, and damages his leg threatening his career. Could have been written by Dawn Butler or a BLM activist.

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Capitol Man 6:24 Wed Dec 1
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Whining again bff?

bigfrank 3:27 Wed Dec 1
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Stonewall and the LGBTQ+XYZ are just a bunch of attention seeking pansies.

Our game has truly been hijacked by identity politics

arsene york-hunt 10:38 Tue Nov 30
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLlTlYfqQV4

An early prediction of hysterical wokery

Fifth Column 9:35 Mon Nov 29
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Rios

Yes. The Stonewall CEO says leabians who won't sleep with transwomen as being analytical to anti semites and bigots.

goose 10:47 Sun Nov 28
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BRANDED 12:45 Fri Nov 26
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You wait until Belarus turns off the gas pipe that runs through Poland into Germany.

Europe is hanging by a very thin thread.

bigfrank 9:32 Sun Nov 28
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Mike O

They eat fleas

Mike Oxsaw 12:51 Fri Nov 26
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bigfrank 2:41 Tue Nov 23

Bananas seem to be getting a really hard time in all this.

Don't monkeys eat anything else?

BRANDED 12:45 Fri Nov 26
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New Kraut Government

On a social level, the coalition treaty places huge emphasis on younger people. The voting age will be lowered to 16 not only for European elections but also for general polling. This is hardly surprising as both the Greens and the Liberals draw a significant proportion of their support from younger demographics, but it would require an amendment of the constitution, a much more radical change than the half-sentence dedicated to it suggests.

In terms of migration too, German society is in for a paradigm shift. The coalition treaty speaks of Germany as an ‘immigration society’ and wants to change the law accordingly. It promises to make the acquisition of German citizenship easier, increase the immigration of workers and enshrine the representation of diversity in law (without mentioning specifically what this will look like).

In addition, existing legislation regarding trans people will be replaced with a ‘self-declaration law’, which will allow everyone to change their gender by declaration alone. Gender reassignment surgery will be fully funded through the public health system. ‘Rainbow families’ will receive more support ‘especially in middle-size businesses and in the civil service’ but also in education, which is traditionally a devolved matter for the individual states.

Foreign policy and security doesn’t start until page 143 but it also contains some radical decisions. NATO remains an ‘indispensable’ part of German policy in which the coalition ‘will invest accordingly’ but equally the UN is described as ‘the most important institution.’ ‘While nuclear weapons remain part of NATO’s strategic concept’, Germany will support this but in the long run, the aim is ‘a Germany free of nuclear weapons’.

In terms of energy, Germany will bank largely on renewables in the hope that the technology will develop accordingly. The nuclear power plants will be switched off next year, as planned. Coal will be phased out by 2030 (8 years earlier than previously planned) and of non-renewables only gas is deemed ‘indispensable for the foreseeable future’. However, the document contains no comments at all about Nord Stream 2, the controversial gas pipeline from Russia to Germany.

A selection of other announcements include the legalisation of cannabis, the banning of arms sales for specific conflicts, the return of museum objects to other countries, the acceleration of the accession of the Western Balkans into the EU and the even equal representation of male and female MPs in the Bundestag.

Tensions in Germany are already high with a renewed migrant crisis in the east, widening class divisions and ongoing problems with the integration of radicalised political and religious communities. Germany undeniably needs big changes after sixteen years of slow-moving Merkelism. But knee-jerk identity politics from Berlin does not strike me as the way to move the country forward together.

bigfrank 2:41 Tue Nov 23
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I see sly sports news and their middle class presenters abd race grifters desperately trying to find racism in any little thing now.

A young Roma player (black) was presented with a special pair of boots for scoring his first goals.

As he was unwrapping them, in the background you can here someone say "there are bananas inside"

So obviously everyone is jumping on the "racism" bandwagon, forcing this young kid to come out and make a statement.

Saying: He sees it as a joke as " I eat Bananas everyday and i strongly believe there was no "intent" of racism.

Side of Ham 9:10 Mon Nov 22
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Gaffer58 8:36 Mon Nov 22

It'll be changed to Mrs Browns Them until someone pulls up the use of the colour brown as their surname.......

riosleftsock 9:07 Mon Nov 22
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Stonewall seems to be condemning lesbians who won't sleep with self-identifying trans-women (or blokes in dresses).

So stonewall wants lesbians to have straight sex?

mashed in maryland 8:59 Mon Nov 22
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A gang of trans activists tried to dox JK Rowling yesterday by taking pictures outside her house.

What a way to prove you're not a threat to women... by stalking and threatening a woman.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:48 Mon Nov 22
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Gaffer

Irish exemption wild card.

Gaffer58 8:36 Mon Nov 22
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Are Christmas pantomimes still ok where men dress up as the ugly sisters or in Aladdin a “fit” bird plays the Aladdin role. Still cannot work out how Mrs Browns Boys is still thought of as ok.

Fo the Communist 7:24 Mon Nov 22
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Enjoy it while it lasts, Ted.

ted fenton 7:18 Mon Nov 22
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I'm watching more and more of GBNews they love their gay presenters but they don't seem to take any of this woke shit.

Fo the Communist 7:15 Mon Nov 22
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:09 Mon Nov 22

Not banned but deemed offensive - and its use discouraged - by Ofcom.

And there have been plenty on here claiming faux outrage at the term and drawing equivalence with other 'banned' terms.

But you are right, far too much tip-toeing around language. There was a ridiculous moment on Trevor Phillips on Sunday where - during a perfectly considered debate about race with Sajid Javid - Phillips said he 'obviously' couldn't use the work 'paki' while Sajid could. Bonkers.

Mad Dog 7:07 Mon Nov 22
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Lee. You mean Sam Smith. Just the one person. Can't think of any others they'd need to appease.

twoleftfeet 7:05 Mon Nov 22
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Genders? What are they?

I’m non binary ( they / them )

I identify as a one armed Chinese dwarf by the name of ¥§#¥§~

Beat Freak 7:04 Mon Nov 22
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Not forgetting the Zirs and Hirs that refer to a person of unspecified or non-binary gender.

Lee Trundle 6:53 Mon Nov 22
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They've ditched the GENDERS as well, to please the THEYS.

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