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Paranormal Panther
1 minute ago, Setton said:

Utterly delusional. :no:

Quit while you're a head, or quit while you're behind. Take your pick, forum nutcase with a false sense of superiority.

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seanjo
2 minutes ago, Paranormal Panther said:

Quit while you're a head, or quit while you're behind. Take your pick, forum nutcase with a false sense of superiority.

Durham,  beautiful city, wonderous Cathedral where Bede is interned, romantic river walk...spoiled by pretentious no nothing left-wing students that will change perspective when real life hits them in the head...

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Paranormal Panther
11 minutes ago, seanjo said:

Durham,  beautiful city, wonderous Cathedral where Bede is interned, romantic river walk...spoiled by pretentious no nothing left-wing students that will change perspective when real life hits them in the head...

He claims to be a teacher. I'll leave it at that. :lol:

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seanjo
4 minutes ago, Paranormal Panther said:

He claims to be a teacher. I'll leave it at that. :lol:

Trapped in a bubble then.

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Paranormal Panther
2 minutes ago, seanjo said:

Trapped in a bubble then.

It's fun to pop bubbles. Have a great Saturday night.

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Likely Guy
6 hours ago, Paranormal Panther said:

It shows what a bunch of desperate, dishonest, partisan hypocrites these fake journalists are. It's worth it if it awakens more individuals.

...and duly reveals his true sycophants, who are more than willing to peddle his 'twitter of the day'.

King's pawn one.

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bee
13 hours ago, and then said:

He's a lot more than that.  I think he's become unbalanced.  He sounded like he was stoned and in a rage when he wrote that filth.  He's a typical Hollywood Lib who KNOWS he's safe behind walls and guns.  He's lucky he has the protection.  Talking trash like that can get a man seriously hurt.


I saw somewhere that Fonda had written some other extra nutty and nasty tweets that advocated frightening and targeting
children of various people who he (Fonda) didn't politically agree with..... and I went to his Twitter Page to have a look but they must
have been deleted....

but OMG - talk about Trump Derangement Syndrome... he has lost his mind to it and can't look at anything Trump does in a calm,
analytical way or in context.... he is just out of control emotionally - as are other Hollywood types...

they all love themselves and each other soooo much - till someone steps out of line I expect and then they turn really vicious -
fear of being ostracized is a powerful psychological tool.... and fear of losing your career and earning potential is as well... 

They are all so under the thumb of the Globalists and corporate neo communist technocrats it's not funny... :wacko:

 

 

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bee
2 hours ago, Likely Guy said:

...and duly reveals his true sycophants, who are more than willing to peddle his 'twitter of the day'.

King's pawn one.

 

Trump's use of Twitter to directly communicate to the People is genius and side steps the hostile Media a treat...

surely his detractors can see that... even if they don't like it.... ?  
 

 

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bee
26 minutes ago, bee said:

they all love themselves and each other soooo much - till someone steps out of line I expect and then they turn really vicious -
fear of being ostracized is a powerful psychological tool.... and fear of losing your career and earning potential is as well... 

quoting myself to add....

he calls Nancy Sinatra 'Boots' and they publically fawn over each other :huh:

then he swears and is very nasty to someone he doesn't agree with... 

But Twitter would NEVER ban him like they ban others they disagree with politically...

(Tommy Robinson, Roger Stone, Milo Yiannopoulos for example... and Shazia Hobbs, ex muslim and domestic abuse survivor) 

edit to add this little tidbit -

more evidence of the unholy alliance of Neo Communist Globalists and Fundamental + Radical Islam...?

A Saudi Prince has increased his holdings in Twitter, making him the company’s second largest shareholder.Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, who in 2011 invested $300 million in the social network, now owns 34.9 million shares of Twitter’s common stock, according to a new regulatory filing (pdf).

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Sir Wearer of Hats
13 hours ago, Uncle Sam said:

With all the constant labeling of independent, libertarians, conservatives, republicans, and Trump supporters as Nazi, it is starting to make sense. This should tell you the mental state of the liberal left here in United States rather well, this guy pretty much embodies the liberal left current thinking during the Trump era.

Democrat Richard Blumenthal Thinks America Was Responsible For The Holocaust

What the actually ever-living ****?

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Uncle Sam
1 minute ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

What the actually ever-living ****?

Mhmmm, my exact words.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
12 hours ago, Setton said:

Nothing quite like seeing the example set by a fine upstanding citizen in a democratic nation who is totally responsible enough to own a gun. 

Ohh get off, Setton.

And Then has said, as someone living in the country and having many decades of life there, that something nasty is afoot and a fight is coming. He’s said he’ll fight and make sure the other fella dies for their beliefs (to paraphrase Patton). 

Shall we judge the UK by Brexit? Australia by Peter Dutton? Or do we listen to the people living there? Why is thr US different?

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Helen of Annoy
5 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Ohh get off, Setton.

And Then has said, as someone living in the country and having many decades of life there, that something nasty is afoot and a fight is coming. He’s said he’ll fight and make sure the other fella dies for their beliefs (to paraphrase Patton). 

Shall we judge the UK by Brexit? Australia by Peter Dutton? Or do we listen to the people living there? Why is thr US different?

'scuse me for butting in, but why is and then a representative of the US to you? 

Aren't there sane Americans you could consider too? There's more than half of them, according to their latest presidential elections, in which Trump lost the popular vote.

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bee
20 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

What the actually ever-living ****?

 

the motive behind the perception management and labeling Trump and Trump supporters 'Nazi' is to make unleashing violence on them
seem like practically a duty (to those who are fully indoctrinated and enjoy a bit of violence) ... :wacko:

oh the irony.... 

edit to add 

Donny Deutch on MSNBC said

On Friday's edition of 'Morning Joe,' MSNBC contributor and ad executive Donny Deutsch suggested a new political "jiu-jitsu" tactic for the Democrats in 2018 and 2020. 

"This can no longer be about who Trump is, it has to be about who we are," Deutsch said about the next elections. "We can no longer say Trump's the bad guy. If you vote for Trump, you're the bad guy."

"If you vote for Trump, you're the bad guy," he repeated. "If you vote for Trump, you are ripping children from parents' arms."

 

 

 

 

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Helen of Annoy
Just now, bee said:

 

the motive behind the perception management and labeling Trump and Trump supporters 'Nazi' is to make unleashing violence on them
seem like practically a duty (to those who are fully indoctrinated and enjoy a bit of violence) ... :wacko:

oh the irony.... 

 

 

Or could it be because Trump and his supporters are trying to leave Nazi impression - from 'very fine people' who are murdering pedestrians with their cars to daydreaming about lynching in this thread. Not to mention the hilarious international blunders and Trump being childishly fascinated with various dictators and repressive regimes.   

Not to mention the actual swastikas at very fine people's rallies. 

 

One more time, folks, will you decide already if you want that swastika or not? You can't fly it and deny it, it's not how Nazism is done. 

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5 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Or could it be because Trump and his supporters are trying to leave Nazi impression - from 'very fine people' who are murdering pedestrians with their cars to daydreaming about lynching in this thread. Not to mention the hilarious international blunders and Trump being childishly fascinated with various dictators and repressive regimes.   

Not to mention the actual swastikas at very fine people's rallies. 

 

One more time, folks, will you decide already if you want that swastika or not? You can't fly it and deny it, it's not how Nazism is done. 

 

did you intend to prove my point..... :D

 

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Sir Wearer of Hats
10 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

'scuse me for butting in, but why is and then a representative of the US to you? 

Aren't there sane Americans you could consider too? There's more than half of them, according to their latest presidential elections, in which Trump lost the popular vote.

Dear Lady, ignoring the insult, I consider And Then a representative of the US .... because he is. So is Martin Luther King jnr. So is Clinton. So is Sanders. 

They’re all facets of a nation. You cannot ignore one facet of the whole because you don’t like what that facet reflects. So if And Then thinks a fight is coming, he has reason to think that. And listening to that reason is what will bring peace, not going “la-la-la” and calling people insane. 

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CrimsonKing
20 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

 

Shall we judge the UK by Brexit? Australia by Peter Dutton? Or do we listen to the people living there? Why is thr US different?

If more people thought this way,hell UM's "other parts of the world" sections wouldn't be rarely commented on wastelands...

I find it rather hard to believe that other countries don't have governments at least half of their populations dislike,or that other countries don't have major problems of there own...

Just here on UM...

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Sir Wearer of Hats
9 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Or could it be because Trump and his supporters are trying to leave Nazi impression - from 'very fine people' who are murdering pedestrians with their cars to daydreaming about lynching in this thread. Not to mention the hilarious international blunders and Trump being childishly fascinated with various dictators and repressive regimes.   

Not to mention the actual swastikas at very fine people's rallies. 

 

One more time, folks, will you decide already if you want that swastika or not? You can't fly it and deny it, it's not how Nazism is done. 

And the people doing that are still, as irksome and painful as it is, Americans. They’re nasty, but they’re still facets of their society.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
Just now, CrimsonKing said:

If more people thought this way,hell UM's "other parts of the world" sections wouldn't be rarely commented on wastelands...

I find it rather hard to believe that other countries don't have governments at least half of their populations dislike,or that other countries don't have major problems of there own...

Just here on UM...

Good God, half the population? I’ve yet to meet someone who would vote in favour of the tax cuts thr Aussie government passed except for the government itself.

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CrimsonKing
Just now, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Good God, half the population? I’ve yet to meet someone who would vote in favour of the tax cuts thr Aussie government passed except for the government itself.

Yet if one was ever to exist praising it,while talking trash about America...you will find them on UM ;)

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toast
On 6/21/2018 at 7:15 PM, seanjo said:

Their families shouldn't smuggle them illegally across an international border then. Blame the parents and the parent country not the country being assaulted by these illegals.

So as per your logic the root cause legitimate unethical and traumatizing actions on toddlers because the parents took a decision for whatever reasons? Means, the unethical and traumatizing actions on toddlers are a kind of punishment to the parents as well with the aim to have a deterrent nature for similar actions by others in the future? In a nutshell, you are endorsing a version of Sippenhaft as a legitimate action of a democratic nation?

Well, that's a very rotten logic.

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Helen of Annoy
12 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Dear Lady, ignoring the insult, I consider And Then a representative of the US .... because he is. So is Martin Luther King jnr. So is Clinton. So is Sanders. 

You also ignored that I just told you the same, only bearing in mind that sane people are still more numerous in the US. 

 

12 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

They’re all facets of a nation. You cannot ignore one facet of the whole because you don’t like what that facet reflects. So if And Then thinks a fight is coming, he has reason to think that. And listening to that reason is what will bring peace, not going “la-la-la” and calling people insane. 

His ideology constantly focuses on some kind of final clash, be it an actual end of world or just race war. 

But just because they need enemies and war, doesn't mean they'll manage to get one.  

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23 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Or could it be because Trump and his supporters are trying to leave Nazi impression - from 'very fine people' who are murdering pedestrians with their cars to daydreaming about lynching in this thread. Not to mention the hilarious international blunders and Trump being childishly fascinated with various dictators and repressive regimes.   

Not to mention the actual swastikas at very fine people's rallies. 

 

One more time, folks, will you decide already if you want that swastika or not? You can't fly it and deny it, it's not how Nazism is done. 

What a remarkable post. Derangement Syndrome indeed. Lets open the window and let in some sunlight. 

  • Firstly, Trump did not call murderers "very fine people". That is a FACT. 
  • Secondly, he did not call people with swastikas "very fine people". That is a FACT. 
  • Fourthly, the only person in this thread to daydream about lynching was yourself. That is a FACT. 
  • Fifthly, the President appears to be having some success at dealing with those "various dictators", and there is even speculation about a Nobel prize. That is a F.... oh, wait, actually that is only my opinion. But it would be interesting to see how many people on these fora agree (or disagree) with it. 
  • Sixthly, there will be no "Thirdly" point, as "Thirdly" sounds a bit like "Third Reich" under the demented logic of some posters here, and I would be IMMEDIATELY accused of supporting Adolph Hitler and having swastika's embroidered on my undergarments and teaching my goldfish to do the Nazi salute !!
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RoofGardener
15 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

....His ideology constantly focuses on some kind of final clash, be it an actual end of world or just race war. 

But just because they need enemies and war, doesn't mean they'll manage to get one.  

Truly ? That's awful. Could you show me the posts where @and then discusses a "race war" ? 

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