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  1. I had a quick run through the report. Very disturbing. https://www.greatermanchester-ca.gov.uk/media/2569/operation_augusta_january_2020_digital_final.pdf Couple of quotes... Apparently the abusers operated out of a string of shops / fast food joints... Amazingly the police did not even oppose the renewal of the licenses of the shops where the abusers were operating... And they shat out of going after the men directly...
  2. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/12/09/grooming-gangs-muslim-men-failed-integrate-british-society/
  3. https://www.foxnews.com/world/manchester-asian-grooming-scandal Quite the read that...
  4. I found a good one ( I think). I would recommend searching through Yandex rather than google especially. With yandex you at least stand a chance of finding one that is not totally shit.
  5. I never really understood how political correctness could outweigh children being abused in the most horrific ways in the minds of anyone let alone everyone, especially when the kids selected are all white and the abusers were Asian men. So they are not only abusing children they are racially selecting them. But yeah let's just stand off them in fear of being labelled as a racist... it just does not add up. But ok let's say you do accept that is what happened. Then why after awareness off all this broke with successful prosecutions is it still going on and has gotten worse. Sorry I cant accept this is still political correctness. They are being protected. Seems like these girls are just being written off so as not stir up 'racial tensions'. Even on this thread most of you seem more concerned at calling someone a racist who isn't. Maybe this is the same madness that explains it, fuck knows.
  6. Amen to that. I caught a wee glimpse of what lies beneath when it tried to smear Scotty as a racist, the seethe and nastiness were very palpable. (Scotty alas seems to have stopped posting, hopefully just a temporary thing.) You wonder what emotion motivates someone to register on a message board to pursue (what must be a fairly pathetic) grudge from a previous incarnation (presumably). Would it be errrrrrm... bitterness. Whatever it is, it is for sure not coming out of the happy jar. Genuinely creepy. Noticed it started following you around as well. Shocker. I guess Scotty disappearing freed up a few hours in it's day.
  7. There is actually a scale... Stalker level... Creepy. Bitterness level... Hun. Still you are on the right thread for it at least.
  8. Why is it always huns? Creepy stalker above is a super bitter one as well. I think it has my posts on follow.
  9. Not going to happen. Instead you are going to get endless 'progressive' politics from the SNP. By "Flag Waving Nationalist" do you mean "Ethnic Nationalist"? This is the exact weird phrase the SNP also bandy about.
  10. Yep. The troll wave has successfully killed the remnant board just as it was starting to get going again. 8 hours plus on AOB during the day without a post! I think we have to say it is over. A few folk huddled around a single fire in football related is not the TAMB. Fuck it.
  11. I think you might be right if this is true... https://www.globalresearch.ca/deeper-story-behind-assassination-soleimani/5700117 The complete (translated) words of Abdul-Mahdi’s speech to parliament: Nobody imagined that the threat was to be applied to General Soleimani, but it was difficult for Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi to reveal the weekslong backstory behind the terrorist attack. We can surmise, judging by Saudi Arabia’s reaction, that some kind of negotiation was going on between Tehran and Riyadh: Above all, the Saudi Royal family wanted to let people know immediately that they had not been informed of the U.S. operation: And to emphasize his reluctance for war, Mohammad bin Salman sent a delegation to the United States. Liz Sly, the Washington Post Beirut bureau chief, tweated: Saudi Arabia is sending a delegation to Washington to urge restraint with Iran on behalf of [Persian] Gulf states. The message will be: ‘Please spare us the pain of going through another war’. What clearly emerges is that the success of the operation against Soleimani had nothing to do with the intelligence gathering of the U.S. or Israel. It was known to all and sundry that Soleimani was heading to Baghdad in a diplomatic capacity that acknowledged Iraq’s efforts to mediate a solution to the regional crisis with Saudi Arabia. Again if this is a true account from the Iraqi PM who just resigned it looks like they killed Soleimani to stop peace breaking out. And what a way to poison the well, use the diplomatic mission he was on (in response to a Saudi request to deescalate the tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran) as the opportunity to assassinate him... making the Saudis look like they set him up of course and set the whole region off again.
  12. I could not figure out how they could shoot down a plane in the air corridor just after taking off from the airport. Watching a bit of RT there and they were saying the plane turned and left the corridor for some reason and dropped down in height. The plane had some reported problems with the radar & communication equipment and they speculated that the pilot was trying to return to the airport while it was still visible. At that point the plane was out of the corridor and approaching some sensitive military installation and was shot down as everyone was on a hair trigger expecting US air strikes in retaliation. We will see...
  13. Iranians confirming it was shot down. With the assassinations, the crush and the plane that is some week.
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