reminds me of those stories about midget actors complaining about losing jobs because charities that exist to "protect" them would kick up a fuss if they were used in a way that would "demean" them, even if the actor was okay with it.
I'm concerned that he's being overconfident, the establishment would work tirelessly to overturn Brexit. This is the same overconfidence as with Cameron that got us the referendum and Brexit in the first place.
i wouldnt disagree with another referendum if the two choices were deal or no deal
no deal would win unless the media goes into pozz overdrive, even then the deal would have to be good for us
but ffs, we dont need another and its just giving them more of a chance to reverse it
Daily reminder that Boars are very indo european
An Oxfam shop very close to me in a busy market town just closed down due to not being able to pay it's way presumably. Are people getting more selective about who they donate to/ buy from? Probably wishful thinking on my part, bit it wd be interesting to see if other branches go the same way.
Remainers have managed to convince everyone that we're scared of a second referendum because we'd lose - that we all regret voting leave and that it was based on lies. Now that the idea of a second referendum has been put to bed (seriously, other than celebs and mongy politicians has anyone of any real position of power said we should vote again?) I think it's about fucking time someone on our side stopped acting so fucking scared of another vote, it makes us look like we know we'd lose.
I agree with him, the reaction from all sides has been priceless. 4d chess tbh
Even so much as saying it allows seeds of doubt to be sown, on top of that we have literally everything wanting to work against us, and they'll see this as their chance. You don't give ground to the enemy like this, this isn't baiting them into an ambush and there's no other real strategy other than just pushing forward.
I'd still be shitting myself on the lead-up to the results, even more so than the June before last.
I'd be pretty interested to see the way a second referendum would go. Would the antagonism from the EU since June 2016, and the fact the world didn't end, lead to more than 52%? Or would johnny-come-lately students push it the other way?
This as well, remember that old man whose dying wish was that his family post his Leave vote. We have a lot of the people on our side, along with many bitter people fed up with the nonsense, but they have students that, if whipped into shape for once in their bloody lives, could be a threat.
Daily reminder that no Celtic nation has ever been successful.
How can anyone here watch it with Gina Miller pure rage fuel
That can't be real surely
I dunno as a reproductive strategy parasitism is widely practiced by successful species jocks for example
Will add that to the backlog. I'm going on Brit trip tbh. Nationalism risks becoming burgerised and I'm grateful that the Alt-Roight hasn't really taken off here even though the press wanted it to. Gonna read the Collapse of British Power next, and maybe My Life by Mosley afterwards.
Come on now lad, Nigerians aren't that swarthy
Yes they are, that's why we love them
Piers Morgan rages me more. At least with Gina Millar I can imagine grudge-fucking the shit out of her and it stops me listening to what she's saying.
theres enjoyment and then theres addiction lad Oedipus was addicted to it
I wonder if people who wanted a second referendum will turn against it now simply because Nige says he wants it, jej
So this book on habits that I'm reading says that while it isn't possible to remove habits from the brain, they can be altered or replaced with new ones. If the process for engaging in a habitual behaviour is as follows: cue/craving > habit routine > reward, then if every time I got the craving to watch porn, I instead sniffed a line of coke, I would still be getting a reward, but without the destructive mental effects of watching porn. Obviously it would be quite expensive but I really am serious about kicking my porn habit, and after a month or so I probably wouldn't crave it anymore.
That carnyx blowing is pitiful
think about it lad one glance of their tusks and the muzzie thinks he's doomed to hell
Naah, they despise Brexit more than they despise Nige.
What if every time you got an urge, you ate a pickled onion?
I wish we had some active volcanoes tbh lava is wasted on weird obscure places
apparently prolonged usage of cocaine makes you incapable of understanding philosophy or even other people apparently it can cause you to lose the ability to distinguish between yourself and other peoples minds and eventually you become an insufferable prick like everyone else who frequents London nightclubs with semites
thats hilarious a screaming fireball of smoky bacon barreling towards the enemy
Dat fertile soil tho
And on the way to rotting your brain it rots your nose aswell
overconfidence in the British public and an inability to understand the concept of normies
pretty good, has a nice format to the chapters. surprising emphasis on history. if you buy it on amazon though you start getting suggestions for nigger products because it's popular among prisoners, jej
It would only be cathartic if someone shot up the entire studio tbh.
I like the historical component as well. One of the laws points out the need of most people to believe in something, and that the death of religion has created a void which can easily be filled by a charismatic leader, quite Nietzschean tbh. I'm not far in at all but it's clearly anti-egalitarian as well, he points out how many advocates of equality are just using it as a ploy to hamstring their opponents. The cuckservatives who've accepted liberal presuppositions in earnest (the Dems are the real racists types) when liberals themselves don't even believe in them or apply them consistently spring to mind.
Of course most of this is nothing new to anyone here, maybe just a more concise articulation of things we already know, but I'm surprised to find such implicitly right-wing thought in what I thought was a very well-known, mainstream book.
le skeptics arguments falling apart nige coming out with silly stuff all brexit cabinet
idk, seems like the conversation is moving forward in the way (((they))) dont want it to