Why do they all look so horrible? What is it about them?
Also this, developers really don't give a shit that both road and pavement will be unusable when people actually move in with their 2+ cars.
kek you should try talking to Oxford and Cambridge people. Can't speak for Cambs but Oxford is xeno and pro-xeno territory.
They're designed as individual buildings with no regard for their natural surroundings or other buildings and with aesthetic frameworks. They're also designed to be as cheap and quick as possible to manufacture in order to maximise profit margins.
I’ve moved onto an estate where I cant park my two cars & 3 motorcycles, solution 1 car & the biggest bike are staying. I had no choice had nowhere else to go to live. Fuck
by the way, that second pic is right next to this estate which is infinitely more appealing
I sort of get that but tbf older housing developments probably looked naff when they were first built. It took a few decades for the bland identical houses to diverge in appearance as the inhabitants modified them for them and thus they acquired character. Even still, something about new builds sets my teeth on edge, the way they look conjures a feeling of despair. The narrow wiggly roads, the lack of vegetation, the non-existent gardens (a couple I knew moved into a new-build and apparently grass is optional, an added extra, and so is fucking flooring; they opted to do those themselves rather than pay extra), the distance from any real amenities, the fact that they all seem to be set back from the road with fancy fences and trees cutting them off from the outside as if to say "these houses are separate, these are God's Chosen houses", only one access road to the outside world. Eventually I came to realise that a place isn't a real place if it doesn't have a pub and a church and a bus route, maybe other things are needed but those are essential. Perhaps it's just me being a butthurt pleb that I can't afford these bourgeois luxuries, compounded by the fact that ten million immigrants apparently will.
We already have his name and his Gab account, the guy was an anti-trump Q larper.
totally not a false flag though
Hope America gets holocaust denial laws and a national holiday for holocaust survivors. Enough hatred.
I knew a lad who wanted to be a tranny but changed his mind after a year of being on hrt. He was naturally quite small, soft and feminine (no homo) and had a mind fucked up by porn, which caused gayism then trannyism. He's now straight and normal (ish, still a bit emo) and embarrassed by the phase. He really put his family through some grief with it though. Glad he didn't lop it off.
Is lossless better than mp3 lads if I use a phone and shit headphones or it's negliblible?
Right lads. I'm back. Here we have fully transcribed Oswald Mosley's resignation speech from the Labour party titled: Unemployment. In the speech, Mosley sets out his policies for solving the unemployment problem Britain was facing after the great depression.
This is an interesting read from both a historical and economic perspective. It's interesting to see Mosley's ideas forming before The New Party and BUF. Economically, Mosley sets forth some ideas that were decades ahead of their time. For example, his policy of Government borrowing to invest in areas that private finance won't touch is Keynesian before Keynes wrote The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. Mosley also briefly touches on something rather Austrian when he discusses low interest levels causing banks and investors to back bad projects. Of course, you also have the economic nationalism you'd expect from Mosley, discussing private finance investing in foreign slave labour that puts British workers out of the job.
Another user correctly pointed out that the speech should be featured in Hansard. It was, but was extremely difficult to find, even with all the information about the time and date of the speech next to me. The speech was buried at the bottom of all possible results, and even then was hidden among other pieces of text. Plus it wasn't in PDF format. In fact, I haven't seen this particular speech in PDF format anywhere else on the web, so hopefully I've done a service by bringing this to light.
good lad, he truly was a pioneer. I remember someone on here who didn't have a clue on what Keynesian economics entailed arguing against its fascistic qualities.
The problem is and always will be, the power which has now been centralised by pernicious monetarism by the you-know-who's. The only solution now is to collapse the very economic foundations on which the institutions lie.
Audacious… I have noticed they are really hammering for forcing of folic acid "fortified" flour. Was trying to figure out the angle, now I know it is a trojan horse for lithium and fluoridated water tbh