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Old November 7th, 2013 #21
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A typical reply the method you use becomes clearer every time you post where did you learn it , Hendon , Searchlight ? The claim that at some point you were a nationalist now seems to far fetched best you fuck of and troll under another name somewhere else bandit .
So pointing out how you over use smilies is a 'searchlight' and 'under-cover police' tactic now?

You are just regurgitating Gri££in's standard line he feeds to his gullible followers. "Not me Guv, it's the stasi state" etc.

Jesus you are stupid but I guess it doesn't make me look good picking on the afflicted all the time.
 
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So pointing out how you over use smilies is a 'searchlight' and 'under-cover police' tactic now?

You are just regurgitating Gri££in's standard line he feeds to his gullible followers. "Not me Guv, it's the stasi state" etc.

Jesus you are stupid but I guess it doesn't make me look good picking on the afflicted all the time.
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You have been sussed so the games up no amount of witty retorts or insults is going to change that .

Your obsession with NG is bordering on the perverted and that needs some sort of therapy , from your point of view the hatred of nationalists , football supporters etc is easier to understand at some point in the real world a cowardly wimp like you will have felt intimidated and probably been embarrassed or even beaten by them . Get over it your still a coward and a wimp a keyboard warrior isn't really a warrior pal it's just a cowards way out .

If and it's not really possible in my my opinion that you have been in the past a nationalist you could of course prove me wrong by naming and shaming yourself so we can judge your comments on here by your record ............. wont hold my breath though ( bloody hell another 'smile' )
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Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in the British capital on Tuesday as part of the worldwide Million Mask March, which was held in protest against austerity cuts, state surveillance and corrupt governments and corporations.

Scotland Yard said some fifteen people were arrested outside Buckingham palace, with three people having been charged for public order offences and assault on police.

British Green party MP Caroline Lucas and comedian Russell Brand were among activists marching on Downing Street, some of whom were wearing Guy Fawkes masks.

Self-employed computer programmer Sean Roesner said he joined the event as he was detained last year under the computer Misuse Act.

"We are here to stand up for what we believe in, to make the world a better place," he added.

Several similar events were also carried out in the United States, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.

In November last year, hundreds of masked activists took part in a protest dubbed "Operation Vendetta" to voice their anger against the British government's handling of the budget and its cuts to public services.

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Russell Brand’s views on UK drugs policy are to become a set A-level text as part of a radical overhaul of the English Language and literature paper.

The TV comedy performer is one of a number of contemporary names whose works have been added to the set texts to be studied by pupils by the Oxford, Cambridge and Royal Society of Art (OCR) exam board.

Others include the book of the Oscar-winning film, Twelve Years A Slave, a Newsnight interview conducted by Jeremy Paxman with rapper Dizzee Rascal on the night Barack Obama won the US presidency in 2008 and the book I Am A Secret Footballer - written anonymously and lifting the lid on the players of beautiful game featuring tales of, amongst other things, adulterous sex acts in hotel pools and drinking binges in Las Vegas.

The changes are as a result of Michael Gove’s A-level reforms. The Education Secretary has said he wants to see more evidence of pupils’ thinking skills and creative ability.

OCR, which is introducing the new syllabus in partnership with education charity the English and Media Centre, says the changes will give pupils a better opportunity to analyse a range of texts - whether spoken or written, literary and non-literary.

They will be studied in tandem with more traditional A-level set pieces, such as Shakespeare’s plays and the works of Charlotte Bronte.

Russell Brand gave evidence to the House of Commons' select committee on home affairs, where he argued that prohibition had completely failed to curb drug addiction. He is a supporter of a petition which has been signed by more than 100,000 people urging a review of drugs policies.

Dizzee Rascal caused a stir by saying of Obama’s victory: “I don’t think he could have done it without hip-hop.”

Students will be asked to comment on his mode of delivery during the interview and the audience he was aiming at.

OCR and the English Media Centre say of their new syllabus: “It ranges from classics such as the poems of Emily Dickinson and William Blake to memoirs like Twelve Years A Slave and contemporary works including the poetry of Jacob Sam-La Rose, Jez Butterworth’s stage play Jerusalem, fiction by Jhumpa Lahiri and Russell Brand’s evidence on drugs policy presented to the House of Commons.”

Up until now, the English Language and Literature paper has taken second place to English Literature - in the case of OCR it had 16,000 students taking it at A-level compared with 48,000 for English Literature. However, OCR hopes its revamped proposals will turn it into a new “gold standard” qualification.

George Norton, an English teacher at Paston Sixth Form College in Norfolk, said of the new paper: “It will be hard to resist a course that allows me to teach William Blake, the writing of The Secret Footballer and the script of Dizzee Rascal’s Newsnight interview.”

A spokesman for the Department for Education said any A-level proposal would have to go through a rigorous assessment and that it awaited Ofqual’s decision with “interest”.

The new exam specification will be submitted to exams regulator Ofqual for accreditation next month.
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Russell Brand has accused right-wing Fox News anchor Sean Hannity of behaving “like a terrorist” after he shouted down a Palestinian-American guest in a debate over Israel-Gaza.


Hannity, who is famously right-wing and pro-Israel, asked Yousef Munayyer if he was "thick in the head" as he attempted in vain to get him to agree that Hamas were a terrorist organisation.

"One of the definitions of 'terrorist' is using intimidation to reach your goals," Brand said on his satirical YouTube digest Trews (scroll down to watch the video). "Who in that situation was behaving like a terrorist, using bullying, intimidation? Sean Hannerty. That is where the terrorism is coming from."

He added: "There’s no objective terrorism, there’s just different perspectives of violence. No-one should be using violence, but if you’re going to judge violence pejoratively and negatively, and God knows we all should, then the people that are doing the most and the most effective violence surely are committing the greater crime?"



"Sean's not a solution-based guy," Brand commented elsewhere during his episode. "Sean's not thinking 'we want peace, what we should we do to get peace?' He's thinking 'We want conflict. What can I say to exacerbate conflict?'"

Brand’s critique of Hannity’s segment, named "Sympathy For The Terrorists", wasn’t always so eloquent, however.

He also quipped: "I don't mean to be petty or trivial but Hannity looks like the Ken doll from Toy Story 3."



Of course, this isn't the first time Brand has labelled Fox News "terrorists". In fact, he called the station a "fanatical terrorist propagandist organisation" in a charged rant on Iraq at the end of June.

The three-week Israeli military offensive in Gaza has so far claimed over 1,100 lives, many of which have been civilian. Israel has lost 43, three of which were civilians.
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It's because of the hysterical Brand I wear Thor Steinar clothing and smell of Hugo Boss. ;-)
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Hostilities between Fox News and Russell Brand over Gaza reached unbelievable new levels Thursday after Sean Hannity hit back at the comedian in a bile-filled rant that concluded Israel has "shown too much restraint," in a conflict that has so far claimed the lives of more than 1,100 Palestinians, mainly children.

Brand faced the wrath of the news anchor after making the observation that Hannity looks a Ken doll in a media-crushing video take-down on the presenter's interview technique that quickly went viral.

The comedian took to Twitter this morning to bait the right-wing anchor, thanking him and his Fox news "comrades" for providing his YouTube channel with so many clicks and referring to Hannity as his "boyfriend."

Hannity, never one to let an opponent have the last word, hit back in a video entitled "Hollywood's troubling take on Hamas."

For British readers unfamiliar with 'ranty Hannity' - the Fox presenter has struck an aggressively pro-Israeli line over its three-week offensive in Gaza.

In the video responding to Brand's attack, Hannity states: "Yesterday, Russell Brand, a D-list actor, better known for his failed marriage to Katy Perry recorded himself going on a 12-and-a-half minute tirade against... little old me."

Pausing to look at the camera, Hannity continues by playing Russell's clip before saying he is going to "educate" him.

Hannity then reads out the Hamas Charter, saying it out loud to "help" the comedian, and arguing Hamas will go to any means to destroy Israel - even if it results in the death of hundreds of Palestinians.

"Possibly Russell can't get it through his thick head or even fathom that this is the reality."

Hannity then turns to his three panellists, the first of whom deconstructs Brand's argument by calling him "skanky."



"He looks like he cooks meth and sleeps in his car, I wouldn't be calling anyone names," Bernard McGuirk, a Fox personality, said.

"You can't understand him, at least you can understand Ricky Gervais - it's no wonder he's not working," McGuirk added.

Panellist number two, Geraldo Rivera, a senior correspondent for Fox News, joins in by calling Brand "a doofus."

But although Rivera calls Brand's attack on Hannity "unwarranted," he acknowledges that there "are two sides to this story that are not necessarily being told."

In a surprising turn, Rivera then takes a fierce stand against Hannity's pro-Israel stance, highlighting the loss of lives, predominately those of children, suffered in Gaza.

"This is undermining Israel, this is the worst thing for Israel's stature and standing in the world - it's fuelling anti-Semitism and it's going to accomplish very, very little, but prolong this crisis."

"We can no longer ignore what is happening," he says, as Hannity can be heard muttering "Oh my Lord."

Dagen McDowell, of Fox Business Network, then wades in, saying celebrities should aim their complaints at Hamas, not Israel.

But the debate results in all three panellists shouting over each other before Rivera says amid the chaos "we need a permanent peace solution."

But Hannity doesn't want peace, shouting: "How do you make peace with a group that wants to obliterate you?!"

Rivera points out that throughout history enemies have made peace with each other in a bid to end bloodshed.

Hannity, undeterred, raises his hands into the air and says "if you don't have the moral clarity to see that Israel has the right to defend themselves, then this world is screwed up."

An emotional Rivera points to a Jewish star tattooed on his hand and says he would die for Israel, but sadly notes the country "is wrong-headed about this, they've gone too far."


"You're wrong," Hannity abruptly concludes. "They've shown too much restrain," he adds.

Hannity recently targeted his ire at Palestinian-American guest Yousef Munayyer in a segment branded "Sympathy For The Terrorists".

The host repeatedly shouted loudly, demanding to know: "Is Hamas a terrorist organisation? What part of this can't you get through your thick head?"

Brand reacted to the clip in his latest video: "I don't mean to be petty or trivial but Hannity looks like the Ken doll from Toy Story 3."
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Ed note (Trevor) This is a very important story unfolding. LEAVE A COMMENT AT THE UK INDEPENDENT EXPRESSING SUPPORT FOR LAURENCE EASEMAN!!! Our heroic brother Laurence Easeman is making major waves once again, and he has Peter Tatchell right where he wants him. It should be added that Tatchell is a cultural marxist who thinks that 14 years old should be the age of consent, he is clearly spooked that Easeman was going to bring this up in the scheduled debate that Tatchell panicked and got it cancelled. Whatever else Easeman was going …to say, there is now 10 times the amount of public interest in what it might be. And the message was about the crime of usury. The bankers are panicking that this exposure could end several hundred years of their unlawful domination of the UK. God’s speed to Laurence Easeman! KILL THE BANKS!! All relevant links are provided here: Laurence’s film, here’s the article in the UK Independent where TUT readers are encouraged to leave a comment: Russell Brand cancels his book launch, and finally, Laurence’s hot off the presses public statement

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An article in the UK independent has appeared, stating that Russell Brand's scheduled 5-way debate in support of the launch of his new book "Revolution" has been cancelled.


Copies of Revolution, Brand's fourth book (Teri Pengilley)

The event was cancelled at the insistence of Cultural Marxist/LGBT advocate Peter Tatchell. The Independent article says, "Mr Tatchell said he flagged up concerns with Brand having been alerted to a series of blog postings by others which, if accurate, would suggest that he and [Laurence] Easeman may not share all the same political views." Differences of opinion seem to be an odd reason for cancelling a debate.



Again, we have another example of a leftist doing the dirty work of forcing the Orwellian practice of "political correctness" to sanitize discourse and purge certain viewpoints from being heard. Whenever this type of behavior occurs, people would be well-advised to investigate exactly what it is that is so desperately being hidden. Of course, efforts to silence certain voices inevitably backfire, creating an even larger public demand to hear the blacked-out message, especially since Russell Brand thought it was important enough to put in his book, which features interviews with Easeman.



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Guy is an anti-white scum bag but you have to give him some credit for not following along with typical celebrity paradigm of being a brainless patriotard.

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Old October 24th, 2014 #31
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I didn’t grow up listening to late 70s punk jams in my bedroom. So I never knew what made the Sex Pistols so iconic and edgy. As far as I could tell, the band’s music wasn’t so much the source of their success, but their message of youthful rebellion is what attracted legions of fans.

It’s not hard to captivate a band of conformists with a message of non-conformity. Impressionable teenagers and adults love to be told they are raging against the machine when, in fact, they are cogs in the system. Sex Pistols may still be regarded as an influential rock act, but the devil-may-care attitude they championed is now so commonplace that it’s boring.

That’s why it was a pleasant surprise to see John Lydon – known also by his stage name Johnny Rotten – recently rebuff the poisonous attitude engendered by his band. In a recent interview with The Guardian, Lydon berates comedian and movie star Russell Brand for his idiotic views on politics. Brand just released a book titled Revolution in the hopes of sparking an upheaval against the political establishment. Like all socialist utopians, Brand wants to smash capitalism to pieces and build an egalitarian promised land over its wreckage. His book is short on details for bringing about the so-called “revolution,” but is long on self-aggrandizement and mysticized blather.

Lydon is having none of it. He calls Brand’s fantastical notions of revolution “the most idiotic thing I’ve ever heard.” If Western youth went along with the Brand playbook for a new world order, Lydon warns, “What you’ll get is a rat pile of infestation. And indolence, laziness, and eventually you’ll all be evicted.” Taken to its sound conclusion, trying to change the political system through positive-based activism is just a euphemism for “A lifestyle of cardboard boxes down by the river.” “[Brand is] preaching all this from a mansion,” Lydon reminds everyone.

It’s hard not to agree with Lydon’s critique. Though the former Sex Pistol is naive enough to think that voting can fundamentally change the system, he is correct in lampooning Brand’s contrived notions of revolution. Romantic views on effecting change are easy to create; the dirty work of turning an institutionalized political system inside-out is not something you put down in an Amazon best-seller. When then-candidate Barack Obama told a gushing crowd “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for,” he was playing to the mob’s perception of self-importance. That’s exactly what Brand is doing by filling a few hundred pages on why he’s the leader of a nascent movement to alter the current political order.

Thanks to the rise of liberal democracy over the past few centuries, returning power to the people is a popular and celebrated notion. But revolution isn’t for serious individuals; it’s for children. There’s nothing special about wanting to change the world. Every daydreaming schoolchild wants to be known for altering the course of history. Public school teaches them that societal transformation is best fostered by eloquent politicians and academics. Then morons like Russell Brand go on television, spouting off nonsense about a proletariat uprising while starring in boorish films.

The truth is political revolutions are nothing to celebrate. The French experience with abolishing feudalism brought out the guillotine. Mao Zedong’s Great Leap Forward caused famine and massive death. Everywhere socialist revolutions were attempted brought murder on top of murder, suffering on top of suffering. Victims of the liberation weren’t freed from the drudgery capitalist exploitation; they were relieved from their earthly vessels.

Political revolutions, whether well-meaning or pernicious in intent, are almost always a source of widespread misery. Rabble-rousers overestimate humanity’s capacity for engineering society. They cast disgusted looks upon the old, established order, while starring dewy-eyed at a future of their own creation. Their ambition far outweighs their practical ability to succeed.

Loud-mouthed supporters of societal insurrection misunderstand what it means to be rebellious. In many ways, mind your own business and living quietly define what it means to be independent. Free spirits are a dime a dozen in the age of viral internet videos.

The most revolutionary thing one can do in the post-modern era is to live a peaceful life, away from the fame and noise, raising a family of upstanding, equally well-behaved children. The real revolutionaries are people whom George Eliot called “the number who lived faithfully a hidden life, and rest in unvisited tombs.” To be remembered as a kind person who lived virtuously is the ultimate form of subversiveness.

Progressive moral relativism is responsible for incalculable destruction of Western society. Out of wedlock births, fatherless families, no-fault divorce, and rampant secularism are all tearing apart the seams of traditional society. A lifelong marriage with grandchildren is almost unheard of outside the generation that produced the baby boomers. What’s more rebellious than sticking to the old mores of society when disgruntled minorities aggressively demand consent of their lifestyle?

In a recent speech before the Christian Gathering, New York Times columnist David Brooks described the hyper-progressive worldview as one that emphasizes accomplishment over fulfillment. It’s now conformist to strive for the best grades, the best job, the best resume, and the best position of power. Success is measured in the size of accomplishments; not the substance. Our cultural heroes are those who rise triumphantly to the top, exuding splendor to cheering crowds. They are the Russell Brands and punk rockers who think raunchy behavior and extremist political rhetoric are the things of fundamental change. Brooks decries the narcissistic, achievement culture for lacking a moral purpose. He says the “secular world may look like Kim Kardashian and vulgarity, but I am telling you it is a river of sp

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I put this in with the "no planes at WTC", "mini-nukes at WTC", and the official sacred myth (OSBL and 19 terrorists did it); it has been put out to provide cover to the truth, which is that Israel did 9/11.

Edit: I wrote "put out". What I should have wrote was "reported on" or "given coverage". I doubt that this Brand guy knows about any of the inner workings of 9/11, and I admit up front that I do not either.
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The late James Goldsmith—a Jewish banker and publisher– was a cousin of the Rothschilds.

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Russel Brand = a knobody made into a somebody by the BBC they still have no taste in celebrity's ! if that is what they think is a celebrity ,god help us all

He constantly promoting himself by using his big mouth by talking utter and complete nosence
 
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How does this fit into your revolution? Anti-capitalist Russell Brand's film company is being 'bankrolled by City bankers in tax relief scheme'.


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This non entity self promoter of himself is constantly missing no opportunity to promote himself ERNING £££££££ and THIS thread keepS giving him AIR TIME
why ?
Russel Brand = a knobody made into a somebody by the BBC AND other agency's they all have no taste in celebrity's ! but promote the baseness of society and that is what they think is a celebrity ,god help us all.

He Brand is his name and that is what he is a BRAND !constantly promoting himself by using his big mouth by talking utter and complete nosence.
 
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[Warning: This video contains foul language.]

This video is sure to make you rage. Seriously. Try not to rage. It isn’t possible.

Here the filthy scumbag Russell Brand engages in a full-on assault on traditional Dutch culture designed to bring happiness to children, claims it is evil, thus implying that the Dutch themselves are fundamentally evil in some way.

I am actually still angry from having watched the video as I type this, as it is so utterly disgusting what they have done here. But it is good to be angry. You should be angry. If you aren’t angry at least a few times a day these days, you’ve got something wrong with you.

The video was produced by filmmaker Sunny Bergman, who is “Dutch” – presumably a Jewess (though “Berg” is sometimes in the names of real Dutch people) – and shows the reactions of British people to the figure of Black Pete, a Christmas character in modern Dutch mythology who is presumably based on a real-life good-hearted Black man. I don’t think most (any) of these reactions were real. Obviously the part with Brand was staged, she didn’t just run into him on the street.

Bergman has previously made films attacking the image of beauty as “subjective,” and put out a bunch of other idiot liberal trash. As liberalism is about destroying everything good and pure, it is no surprise she is now on a crusade against historical Dutch culture.

Brand is just a typical scumbag, so it is natural he would jump at the chance to be involved in something of this nature.

Hail Black Pete, one of the only Black men in history with any dignity. May his memory never die, may the people of the Netherlands continue to honor him for a million years and a million years after that.

And may the memory of the unfunny, degenerate and grotesque hate-monger Russell Brand be wiped from history. May no one remember his name or his ugly rat face.

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Something is up with everyone's favourite crusading comedian, Russell Brand. I watched last night's Question Time, which pitted Brand against UKIP's Nigel Farage, to save you the trouble. Here's what I observed.

These shows are a sort of trial by fire for any politician these days. You don't envy them. But it was Brand who last night looked ashen-faced and dejected. With wearying predictability, the first question was: "Is the petty, adversarial nature of politics causing its own decline... Russell Brand?" Quite cruel of Dimbers, that.

And then we were treated to the latticed fingers and slightly incredulous expression on Nigel Farage's face as Brand waffled, ducked, bobbed, weaved. It was as if even the camera couldn't keep the focus on spent force Brand.

Oh, Brand. The jabbering and the crazy eyes are gone. I hope Brand is not medicated. But the conspiracy theories remain: he repeated a debunked observation about MPs' attendance in the House of Commons. It's as if he doesn't even open the emails from his flabby fantasist sidekick Johann Hari any more. Hari would have known.

Russell Brand the miserable autodidactic loner is reasserting itself. He couldn't reliably pronounce the word "adversarial." He read talking points from cards prepared from him, trying to make a theatrical show of things but only really proving his own ignorance.

He got floored by a disabled member of the audience who said that Nigel Farage has never gone after the vulnerable, as Brand likes to insinuate, and that if Brand, a campaigner, has the courage of his convictions he should stand for Parliament himself. He even tripped into an oblique allegation of sexism from the useless Mary Creagh MP.

He even, woefully, transparently, dodged a question about whether or not people should vote--pretty much his signature issue--with a mealy-mouthed fluff. He changed his line on this to: "Give us something to vote for." Well, Russell, Nigel Farage has--you just don't like the something.

About half-way through the debate, Brand's entire political raison d'etre was demolished in a few sentences by Times columnist Camilla Cavendish, who remarked that his one-note dismissal of the entire political class reminded her of the 1930s, and the ideal conditions for the emergence of fascism. Harsh.

And as a symbol of how far we've come: that wasn't a joke with Farage at its butt. Farage did well, as usual, flooring Creagh when she tried to claim he was a career politician with a nice gag about Ed Miliband not even spending 6 weeks in business before starting a life in politics.

Remarkably for the Question Time audience, mewling and yelling at each other and the panellists as ever, applause for Brand and Farage was comparable. (Then again, this is Canterbury, where Brand goes down like a cup of cold sick.)

Neither Brand nor Farage welcomes the comparison, but they represent the two new urgencies in British public life, and so are very similar: the Tory party in exile and the soulless soundbite culture of the Left and comedians who treat politics as a route to punchlines.

What a mess the Left has made of things: the only active choice for viewers and voters now is between conservatism and apathy.

Brand's face fell further and further over the course of Question Time, perhaps as it dawned on him how niche his opinions really are--something he probably doesn't experience on his tours and from sycophants on Twitter and in his YouTube comment sections. He went from looking like a dog waiting to be punched to a dog that's had the shit kicked out of it. Slouching, despondent, grey-skinned.

Heartening, at least, that we seem to be moving from a period when the public was satisfied with platitudes to one in which they demand answers and integrity. Not everyone likes Farage's answers; other political parties, such as the Greens, will cater to them. But this moment of feel-good, fight-the-power, populist Left-wing ideologues is coming to an end, I think. Russell Brand has made sure of it.

One last observation. Brand seems to be doing his own hair these days. Perhaps times are hard; something to do with exchange rates. It has lost some of its lustre. Fewer products, maybe. A bit less teasing and backcombing; tragically lessened volume. Not a bad metaphor for his newly deflated persona.

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Post Degenerate liberal comedian Russell Brand: Jihadism is all corrupt Britain's fault, society is forcing young to turn to ISIS



The outspoken star posted an extraordinary ten-minute rant on YouTube

Said Britain's 'corrupt' society was to blame for youngsters turning to ISIS

Suggested society at large had failed to incorporate young Muslims

Said people were failing to understand why people were turning to jihad

Blamed media for failing to address 'core problem' behind ISIS atrocities

Brand has previously spoken out about ISIS in other YouTube videos

| Updated: 03:28 EST, 4 March 2015

Self-styled revolutionary Russell Brand believes Britain's 'corrupt' society is to blame for turning Jihadi John into a terrorist executioner.

In an extraordinary ten-minute rant on YouTube, the outspoken millionaire comedian young Muslims in the UK are so disenfranchised they ‘turn to mad jihadism’.

The millionaire comedian-turned-anarchist spoke out in a video blog he called: 'Could I have been Jihadi John?'

He said: ‘The kernel of truth in the sprawling, bewildering, bramble of ISIS madness is society isn't working, the system isn't working, it’s totally corrupt.

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‘That’s the thing that resonates in the core of young people, that’s the thing that pulls them into mad jihadism.’

And he went on to muse: ‘The developing news narrative in most of its permutations doesn't address the core problems.

'If Muslims have been here in significant numbers since the fifties, why is this only happening now?’

And he heaped blame on society at large for failing to incorporate and understand the ISIS atrocities.

Brand explained that while society can 'incorporate' problems like drugs, drink and homelessness, it has so far failed to understand jihadism in the same way.

'The beheadings can’t be incorporated into the main narrative of apathy, alienation, isolation,’ he said.

‘It’s merely an extreme example of something that is commonly understood. That our cultural story at the moment makes no sense. ’

In the outburst he also accused the media of failing to address the 'core problem' behind the ISIS atrocities.

However, it is not the first time that Brand has spoken out about ISIS.

In another Youtube rant in September, he argued that attitudes in Britain towards Muslim youth are to blame for men and women leaving the UK to join extremists abroad.

Meanwhile in December, he took aim at the Australian government and Prime Minister Tony Abbot following a siege at a cafe in Sydney where two people died.

Brand criticised the way gunman Man Haron Monis was branded a terrorist by some media outlets, saying instead he was simply a mentally ill criminal.

'This man is clearly a mentally ill criminal with a long history of mental illness and criminal behaviour and lots of evidence of instability,' Brand said in a video.

The comedian also blamed the media for fitting the story into their own frame, amid worldwide fears about ISIS.

He added: 'It's convenient for people to enhance and increase fear around ISIS because currently there's an appetite to increase security measures domestically, to engage in foreign military activity in that region of the world for economic and corporate ends.'

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An addictive personality, first he was addicted to pies, then he was addicted to drugs and now he seems to be addicted to being an utter buffoon.
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