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Old July 31st, 2012 #61
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Whites act pathetic over sports.

Almost all of them put their stupid sports team, or whoever they're rooting for, over their own race.
Very true...large stadium sports are 'Morphine for the masses'

I hate to see young white kids with a negro's name on the back of a football shirt !
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Old July 31st, 2012 #62
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In the UK hurting someone's feelings is a criminal offense?

You'd think Brits would be even more radical than the U.S. nationalists since they're probably one of the most controlled peoples. Well beyond the tipping point when you can be arrested for saying something someone doesn't like.
I am enjoying watching the shitty UK go down the tubes. It's what they deserve after WWII, and it logically follows from it. I don't even root for pro-white groups there. The English disgust me.
 
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I am enjoying watching the shitty UK go down the tubes. It's what they deserve after WWII, and it logically follows from it. I don't even root for pro-white groups there. The English disgust me.
.....thanks for that.

After all, if it wasn't for America, we'd all be speaking German, right?
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I am trying to think back to what people used to get offended about before Twitter and Facebook. This has gone beyond a joke.

One lad i follow on there hit the nail on the head when he tweeted this gem at offended parties:

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The other thing is the public, even Nationalists, are giving the government their blessing to take away our rights on freedom of speech, just because someone has offended them.

There was a Paki who said something derogatory about soldiers and he got nicked. there was a Nationalist demo outside the court calling for him to be sent to prison and I was sat scratching my head trying to work out why. What affects him, affects all of us.

Where are those people who used "I may not agree with what you say, but i defend to the death your right to say it", when you need them?
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I think about a dinner lady I had at infant school and wonder if she's still in the business. If so, I wonder if she's had to change her mantra to "sticks and stones might break your bones but names (especially if aimed at somebody else and not to you) will always hurt you."
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Is there any truth to this question? Can a person get arrested or charged with a criminal offense for hurting someone's feelings?

If so, that is something that Whites in the UK can and should IMMEDIATELY taking
advantage of. Any UK legal specialists out there that can answer? Examples of case law, anything?

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I see that he is being charged with Malicious Communication. Is that predicated upon a specific threat to a person, or just being generally nasty?
I believe hurt feelings do indeed constitute a thought crime.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2011..._n_951757.html

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I believe hurt feelings do indeed constitute a thought crime.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2011..._n_951757.html
There's also been one where someone was arrested for refusing to take her piggy banks out of the window. She lived on the same street as a mosque.

My particular favourite is the guy who was arrested for his ringtone. His ringtone was taken from the on-Channel-4-every-week film Rita, Sue and Bob Too. Yes, the point was made that if Ch4 can play the music, why can't Joe Average? Didn't work.
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There is a picture doing the rounds in Nationalist circles on facebook calling for anyone who insults our armed forces to be jailed...... WHY THE FUCK, IN GODS NAME, DO THEY WANT TO HAND OVER THAT MUCH FREEDOM TO THE GOVERNMENT? ARE THEY ABSOLUTELY BRAINDEAD? WHY DO THEY WANT TO GIVE THE POLICE THE POWER TO ARREST JUST BECAUSE SOMEONE HAS BEEN INSULTED?

If a squaddie is that soft that he can't take a few derogatory words over the internet, then what's he gonna be like when he gets hit by a bullet?

People seriously need to man up. Freedom of speech and freedom of expression is much more important than whether or not someone is offended.
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Hearing people getting locked up over shit like this pisses me off . Freedom of speech doesn't mean you have the right to not be offended. If I got charged with a crime for every little pussy faggot I offended in my lifetime, I'd probably have a 1000+ year sentence.
 
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All changed utterly as old foe embraces Irish competitors. Des Cahill, an Irish sports commentator, put the cat among the pigeons yesterday when he tweeted “The English public are giving massive support to all the Irish athletes at the Olympics. It’s embarrassing, knowing it is not done in reverse.”

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http://www.irishcentral.com/story/ne...164395866.html
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Arrow Quick! Police must investigate Olympic White Supremacist hate crowds!

Cos they are White.

This shows the overt nature of racism in the UK. White people feel they can make these unacceptable racial displays of solidarity in public, even at the olympic games, in full world media view.

Labour MP Waqui Golliwog said she was stunned this thing could go on today. My mother was at the equestrian events and she was ashamed to be British. She hid in the stables and we could not find her for six days.

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Because the majority do not fall for the MSM tactic of bashing or hating other whites. Contrary to what Hollywood tells you, the English do not hate the Irish.
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Only a few nutcases hate the English i have English and Irish blood so i cant hate Engish people.I know very few Irish people that dont like the English.
 
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Overblown warnings of Olympics travel chaos are turning key sites into ‘ghost towns’ and threatening Britain’s economic recovery, say business leaders.


Messages to stay away from London and other key venues have worked too well, with visitor numbers suffering catastrophic falls.

Incredibly, almost a third of the five million people employed in the capital are expected to heed official advice to work from home at some point over the fortnight to avoid disruption which has failed to materialise.


Bare: Overblown warnings of Olympics travel chaos are turning key sites into ¿ghost towns¿ and threatening Britain¿s economic recovery, say business leaders. This image shows an empty Westfield shopping centre at Shepherds Bush at lunchtime yesterday


Empty: Messages to stay away from London and other key venues have worked too well, with visitor numbers suffering catastrophic falls. A usually heavily congested Blackwall Approach is virtually deserted


Leading attractions, meanwhile, are reporting visitor numbers down by a third on the same period last year.

Experts insist that even if the short-term economic benefits of hosting the Games do not materialise, Britain will enjoy ‘incalculable’ longer-term benefits in terms of increased trade and tourism.



But pressure is growing for transport bosses to alter their advice to travellers and make it clear Britain is open for business.

Ministers are also facing calls to rethink their decision to allow hundreds of thousands of civil servants to work from home while the Games are on.


Pleas: Pressure is growing for transport bosses to alter their advice to travellers and make it clear Britain is open for business. Oxford Street in London appears to be empty yesterday afternoon



Worrying: Restaurants in Covent Garden are suffering a down turn in trade as customers stay away from the area


No custom: Ministers are also facing calls to rethink their decision to allow hundreds of thousands of civil servants to work from home while the Games are on. This picture shows an empty Spitalfields Market during lunchtime
Boris warning

Bernard Donoghue, of the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions, which represents venues ranging from London Zoo to St Paul’s Cathedral, said: ‘There are two groups of people missing.

'The first are general visitors to London, who are staying clear because of the perception that it will be busy.

‘The second are Londoners and Brits who have been warned there will be a transport nightmare. Our message to them is that while it may be sensible to avoid certain peak times and locations, transport is running very smoothly.

‘Ironically there has never been a better time to visit our attractions because the queues are shorter and opening times have been extended.’

Mr Donoghue said advice to travellers should be amended, adding: ‘As long as you avoid peak times and stations, London is surprisingly accessible and open for business.’

According to the world’s largest hotel survey, details of which were published yesterday, a promised influx of visitors is not having the bumper effect on UK businesses for which many were hoping.

One disillusioned hotelier told TripAdvisor that ‘the negative impact of the Olympic Games’ was a nasty surprise for business.



Open: Westminster Bridge appears almost empty of pedestrians and vehicles during morning rush hour in central London



Where is everyone? An unusually quiet Regent Street in London. Businesses say the centre of the city has become a 'ghost town' during the Olympics



Shunned: The Games has attracted 100,000 foreign visitors to London, but this is well below the estimated 300,000 who come during a typical summer



Down the Tube: Olympic stewards wait to give tourists assistance at an unusually quiet Piccadilly Circus



Quiet: Streets in the central shopping area of Greenwich looked almost deserted as the final stages of the team equestrian event got under way

Steve McNamara, of the Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association, said cab drivers had also been hit hard. He said: ‘Normally about 90 per cent of our customers are Londoners but they’ve all left the city and haven’t been replaced by tourists.

'I don’t know where all these tourists are or how they’re getting about, but London is like a ghost town.’

London Mayor Boris Johnson insisted: ‘Things are going really well. Many, many thousands of people are flowing into London, the hotels are busy, the Olympic venues are attracting huge numbers and people are enjoying the brilliant live sites, a raft of free events for all the family and the free sport as well, with hundreds of thousands out over the weekend for the cycling.’


Central reservations: Foreign visitors in Trafalgar Square, with the National Gallery in the background. Major attractions have reported a fall in attendance around the Olympic period



Subdued: The normally bustling Carnaby Street in London's Soho has looked very different since the Olympics began at the weekend

The Prime Minister, meanwhile, has predicted £13billion of economic investment should flow from the Games over four years, some of it from tourism.

Analysis by the Bank of England suggests that the Olympics could add up to 0.25 per cent to gross domestic product in the third quarter, following a slide into a double-dip recession.

But independent economists warned the Games could in fact damage the economy – denting hopes of a short-term Olympic boost.

George Buckley, economist at Deutsche Bank, said: ‘Yes, there are more people here so there might be more spending, but Oxford Street is quite quiet and there are plenty of people who are at work but have their feet on desks watching the Olympics on TV.



Running smoothly: Traffic moves freely alongside Olympic lanes on Park Lane, during the morning rush hour in central London



Empty: The scene on Millbank, outside Westminster Palace, at 6pm, when the roads are normally congested



Roomy: Pedestrians walk on the pavement but there was a surprising lack of cars on London Bridge at 2pm Roomy: Pedestrians walk on the pavement but there was a surprising lack of cars on London Bridge at 2pm


Incredible: London Bridge Underground station was also totally clear during the supposed rush hour



Clear run: Despite a packed Games schedule coinciding with the start of the working week, London's usually packed roads were at times as empty as they are on Christmas Day

'That will hit productivity.’ Andrew Goodwin, economic adviser to the Ernst & Young Item Club, predicted a ‘small positive’ from the Olympics. ‘But it is not going to be the silver bullet that people were hoping for.’

■ The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has warned that the UK economy will shrink this year – making it the first major international watchdog to forecast a year of contraction.

The economy crashed 0.7 per cent in the second quarter, leaving Britain trapped in the longest downturn for 100 years and the worst double-dip for more than half a century.




Easy rider: This biker practically has the road to himself. The surprising turn of events was partly credited to staff being allowed to work from home


Spot the car: Drivers heeded official advice to stay out of the centre of the capital during the Games fortnight



Happy: In a further attempt to show the world how well the Tube is coping, David Cameron tweeted a picture of himself in a carriage on the way to watch the synchronised diving



Bare: The surprisingly empty roads was credited to staff being allowed to work from home and the decision to open some of the Olympic carriageways to other drivers. This shows the A4 close to Earl's Court


Change of plan: Officials turned off some Games Lanes after Olympic VIPs opted to use public transport
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2181313/Deserted-London-2012-Shops-theatres-businesses-visitor-levels-fall-THIRD-fears-Games-travel-chaos.html


Just one problem. Worry about traffic doesn't keep people away. It doesn't keep them from walking, or public transport. It doesn't keep them from needing food.

The triumphant story about Qatada being locked p for the duration came too little, too late. People are scared of the terrorist attacks they've been promising us for months. If ever there was a case of scaremongering preparations backfiring, this is it!
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The triumphant story about Qatada being locked p for the duration came too little, too late. People are scared of the terrorist attacks they've been promising us for months. If ever there was a case of scaremongering preparations backfiring, this is it!
Another factor not mentioned here or elsewhere is the policy of cancelling or rerouting buses up to twenty miles away from the Olympic stadium.The leafy suburb resembled down town Lagos this morning.Gangs of bantu with roadblocks set up at 06.00,whole roads shut off so that the afternoon cycle race could take place.Swarms of speeding motor cycle cops on brand new BMW's followed by swarms of top of the range Bmw's saloon all tricked out with olympic logos.
This lockdown continued until 18.00 long after wiggins had rode his bike through.The whole thing is a sham I have lost a total of five billable hours due to this nonesense.

This exercise in self confidence boosting by the sort of bourgoise scum that voted for call me dave in the first place.They arrive smiling and nodding 10 hours too early to the leafy suburb in their spandex wiggins booster outfits.They gaze open mouthed like wurzels on a trip up'ta'town.Their self regard ooozing from every pore.Deracinated scum who should be at the trenches edge long before any aliens.The recently made up coppers with their strutting arrogance I nearly made one cry this morning when telling him he was a silly cunt,silly cunt he was, he threatened to arrest me.I invited him to do so,see what his boss and a magistrate makes of him stopping me working and paying taxes for a provincial cunt like him to block commuter routes with his bantu chums.
The whole thing is ballox for the rubes,I note that when sky film at the olympic site they go out of their way to find Aryan families instead of their usual favoured aliens.
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So if they are rerouting buses, that would explain some of the lack of people, I should think.

Good to have your perspective. I've not been watching it at all and I don't intend to until the promised terrorist attack happens.

One thought did strike me - I wonder if this caper is why they postponed Emma West's trial until September? Bad for publicity, that, having a free speech trial dominating the media instead of Boris and Dave and their self congratulatory smirks.

Where is Croydon in relation to the Olympic site? That said, newspapers are universal so I don't suppose it matters.
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So if they are rerouting buses, that would explain some of the lack of people, I should think.

Good to have your perspective. I've not been watching it at all and I don't intend to until the promised terrorist attack happens.

One thought did strike me - I wonder if this caper is why they postponed Emma West's trial until September? Bad for publicity, that, having a free speech trial dominating the media instead of Boris and Dave and their self congratulatory smirks.

Where is Croydon in relation to the Olympic site? That said, newspapers are universal so I don't suppose it matters.
Crydon is 25 miles from the olympic site an hours drive or hours train and tube commute,a total nightmare unless done in the middle of the night.I think in view of Terry case they are going to drop the charges.The film on youtube omits the start of the row which was that none of the aliens gave up a seat for her carrying the child.It is the custom among the indigenous population to give up their seats for mothers with children.Even though the police are trying to manage the family and the lawyers a tosser the fact is the film is not a controlled source and does not show the whole incident or all of the dialogue.The nigger in the woodpile could well be the trams security camera which has no sound.At that point we get back to the Terry fiasco of lip readers etc.A judge in the public eye would have to disallow the film and then its he said she said.Granted the slavs and bantu are ganging up against West but it does not make for a clear cut route to conviction.Behind the scenes the police and prosecutors are begging for a deal.
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Cyclist dies after collision with Olympic shuttle bus

Man, who has not been named but is thought to be about 30, was pronounced dead at the scene

A cyclist died in a collision with a media shuttle bus on the edge of the Olympic Park in Stratford last night.

The man, 28, was pronounced dead at the scene on the A106 near the junction with the A12, a road that runs around the north side of the park, near the velodrome and the basketball arena.

The victim has not yet been formally identified but his next of kin have been informed of his death. The International Olympic Committee said last night that he was not an athlete.

A man aged in his mid-60s was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and was in custody at an east London police station.

The bus involved in the accident, a double-decker shuttle bus, was carrying a number of journalists.

Although some Olympic vehicles are driven by volunteers, the London organisers of the Games (Locog) said that media buses are driven by contractors.

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Interesting facts and figures from a piece featured on WRH:

The spirit of the games is less about sportsmanship than promotion of indoctrination

As the world economy plunges and the financial markets debate the future of EU, the London Olympics provide a pretext to take a holiday and party all night. The latest example of excess and self-absorbed haughtiness, promotes an agenda of internationalism. The spirit of the games is less about sportsmanship than promotion of indoctrination. The cost to produce such an extravaganza approaches sums that necessitate a bailout from the IMF. The article, Winner's curse? The economics of hosting the Olympic Games, illustrates a disturbing cost for hosting the Games.
"The complete official budget, initially pegged at $3.8 billion for the Games, has nearly quadrupled, and some estimates from British media have set the total cost at as high as $38 billion.

The 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta cost $2 billion US. Hosting costs grew to $4.8 billion in Sydney four years later. Athens is estimated to have spend between $15 billion and $32 billion on hosting the 2004 Olympics.

And, at $42 billion, the 2008 Beijing Games are widely thought to be the most expensive ever. Chinese authorities have declined to release the official figures needed to confirm that figure."

The notion that global comradeship is built through athletic competition is the message behind the quadrennial event. Seldom if ever does the TV viewing audience question the enormous sums required to conduct the amusing circus. So, what does the financial community say about the effect of these sports events, especially in these trying times? The analysis in the Guardian, Will the Olympics get the economy growing again? Don't bank on it, provides some answers.
"Citi's Michael Saunders is frank in his assessment: "In our view, the Olympics are likely to be very entertaining. But the Games are not an economic policy."

Saunders has examined the data from 10 Olympics held between 1964 and 2008 and found that although growth tends to rise in the runup to the tournament, the effect starts to fall away even before the Games begin – and afterwards, growth tends to be weaker.

The trend is explained by the fact that many of the positives that come from the Olympics (such as jobs created during the construction phase) are out of the way long before the opening ceremony, while negatives (such as lost productivity as Britons stay glued to their TVs) come during and after the Games. The anticipation of extra revenue from foreign visitors, economists say, also fails to take into account visitors who might have come to the UK anyway and just change the timing of their visit."

Yet in an even more in-depth report, Olympic Economics, The Pre-Games Show, the notorious 'Vampire Squid' of international banksters produces a lengthy analysis.
"Goldman Sachs has put out a 39-page report (PDF) on the subject (plus, somewhat incongruously, athlete interviews). The bank's analysts conclude that games in Munich (1972) and Montreal (1976) lost big bucks, while Los Angeles (1984), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996) "each made a profit."
Breaking even or making a profit certainly goes a long way to justify the immense expense. However, when governments absorb the losses and cost overruns to produce the symbolic script of worldwide "good will", the propaganda budgets get a bump from their countries treasuries.

So who benefits from the Olympic "Passion Play" process and how does it work in the bidding competition? Andrew Zimbalist, write in Atlantic magazine.
"The city (principal) is not properly represented by the local organizing committee (agent). The committee that nominally represents the city really represents itself and bids according to its sense of the private benefit (of its members) versus the private cost, rather than the city's public benefit versus public cost. Since the private cost is diminutive and the private gain extraordinary, the local organizing committees, on behalf of the cities, are bound to overbid, wiping out any modest, potential economic gains."

Therefore, basic business restraint and prudent judgment is often absent from the marathon race to gain the rewarding decision to go crazy by hosting the Games.

The public has a much different attitude towards the Olympics than the financial movers and shakers. The corporatist jet set loves to merge their interest with that of statist bureaucracies. The Guardian continues and makes an insightful assessment.

"David Cameron started the ball rolling on Thursday with what was billed as the biggest investment conference ever hosted in the UK. The event was a who's who of the global financial system: International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde rubbed shoulders with Mario Draghi, governor of the European Central Bank and Angel Gurría, secretary general of the OECD. There was also an impressive roll-call of business leaders, with Google chairman Eric Schmidt sharing a platform with Cisco's John Chambers."

The centralization of the global economy is supercharged through the figurative meaning of the interlocking rings. The five continents Africa, America, Asia, Australia, and Europe wave their flags under the Olympic banner. These rallies, designed to merge communal synergism under an international symbol, feed the transnational economy. Breaking down national pride may not be easy to see through the repetitive media coverage, but the true intent of holding the Games is to forge a unified system of coordinated financial inclusion.

Just as the budget overruns become the rule for most Olympic venues, the world economic model runs on unsustainable debt. The cavalier attitude toward the economic risks and financial obligations incurred, to light the torch, seems more to do with national ego than practical benefits.

Much like other pet projects of the international community, the Olympics are useful as a training exercise for programming the thinking of rabid and crazed sports buffs. The World (soccer to American observers) Cup, routinely herd psycho fans into confined stadiums. The frequent result engenders a martial law response to chaotic conduct.

The Olympics seeks to instill compliant behavior through more docile means. The accurate assessment of the economic consequences of holding the Olympics more closely resembles a contest of the Hunger Games than Chariots of Fire.
James Hall – August 1, 2012

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