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A self-quarantine like no other

On Christmas Eve in 1664, a London resident named Goodwoman Phillips was
found dead in the run-down district of St. Giles-in-the-Fields. Telltale
“buboes” on her corpse left no doubt about the cause of death. Her house was
sealed and the words “Lord Have Mercy On Us” were painted on the door in
red: Phillips had died of bubonic plague.

Only a few other deaths from plague were reported over the next few months.
But by April, the numbers had begun to climb markedly. When summer arrived,
death was everywhere. Records from mid-July showed 2,010 deaths, spread
among every parish in London. The death toll a week later had jumped to
7,496. Over a period of 18 months, the Great Plague of London, as the
epidemic came to be called, would claim more than 100,000 lives — roughly a
quarter of the city’s population.

Then as now, social distancing was an important response to the deadly
outbreak. Urban residents who could afford to do so fled to the countryside.
Among the institutions that closed for the duration was Cambridge
University, and among the students who headed home for what today we would
call self-quarantining was a 23-year-old mathematics student by the name of
Isaac Newton.





For the next year and a half, Newton remained at his family’s farm in
Lincolnshire, reading, studying, and thinking alone. While the bubonic
plague raged elsewhere, Newton embarked on what he would later describe as
the most intellectually productive period of his life. That long interval,
from the summer of 1665 to the spring of 1667, might be described as the
most intellectually productive period of any individual’s life — ever.

One subject that had always interested Newton was light and color. Two years
earlier, visiting the annual Sturbridge Fair near the university, he had
purchased a small glass prism. He had been fascinated by the way the prism
seemed to change white light into a spectrum of rainbow-like colors. No one
understood where those colors came from; one theory was that the glass
somehow added color to otherwise colorless light.

Newton decided to use his enforced absence from Cambridge to try and crack
the mystery. Setting his prism in different positions as the sun streamed
through his south-facing window, he carefully noted where the colors
appeared on the wall across the room. He made detailed observations and
measurements , and gradually came to understand that the prism was
refracting — that is, bending — the sunlight, and in the process revealing
its component colors. Newton had discovered that white light is a blend of
every color in the rainbow, but that those colors become visible only when
light rays are refracted at different angles.

All of modern optics builds upon Newton's discovery. It would be another
seven years before he communicated his findings to anyone else, and nearly
40 years would elapse before he published his findings in book form. But the
groundbreaking insights dated to those months of self-quarantine on a farm
in Lincolnshire.

That wasn’t all that occupied Newton’s mind. He turned his attention to
movement and inertia, and what was then the unsolved problem of how to
measure the changing speed and direction of an object in flight. Shoot an
arrow or fire a cannonball: They hurtle upward, then gradually slow, then
change direction and plunge back down. But what determines their velocity
and direction? This was a mystery no one had solved — until Newton focused
his attention on the question of motion and how it was governed. Gradually
he worked out the three essential laws that make motion comprehensible:

A body at rest will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in
motion, unless acted upon by an external force.
The force acting on an object is equal to the mass of that object times
its acceleration — or in mathematical notation, F = ma.
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.



Newton’s laws laid the foundation for classical mechanics, and upon it
generations of physicists would build towering edifices. The mathematics
required to derive these laws — which involve multiple variables with
continuously changing quantities — did not exist in Newton's day. So he
invented an entirely new mathematical discipline. He called it his “method
of fluxions,” though eventually it would be known as differential calculus.
(Independently, the German scholar Gottfried Leibniz would later develop it
as well.) Without calculus, modern mathematics, engineering, and statistics
would be impossible.


A page of Isaac Newton's notes on light and color, written during his annus
mirabilis in 1665-66.


Any of these achievements would have assured Newton's fame. But the heights
he scaled during his months of isolation were greater still.

In his garden one day, an apple really did fall (or so he recalled as an old
man decades later). The young university student pondered the force that
pulled that apple to the earth. It was a force that seemed to operate even
at great distances: An apple dropping from the highest tree imaginable would
still hit the ground. How far out did this force reach? Perhaps all the way
to the moon. Yet the moon didn't fall to the earth, but traveled around it
instead. Why?

The problem of celestial movement vexed the intellectuals of Newton's day.
They could envision a globe being swung on a chain, circling round and
round, centripetal force holding it in a steady orbit. Cut the chain,
however, and the circling stops — the globe flies off in a straight line.
Yet heavenly bodies don't fly off in straight lines. Though untethered by
chains, they move in fixed orbits. How could that be?

Alone in Lincolnshire, Newton solved the puzzle: Incredibly, he discovered
the law of gravity. The same force that pulls an apple to the ground holds
distant planets in their paths. That was the chain linking the moon to the
earth and the planets to the sun. Gravity couldn't be seen or touched, but
it could be proved with mathematics. He filled page after crowded page with
his calculations, and eventually derived the formula that, he said, “allows
me to explain the system of the world.”

For nearly 20 years, Newton told no one of his discovery. When he finally
published his great treatise on motion and gravitation — its title was
Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Latin for Mathematical
Principles of Natural Philosophy ) — the effect was seismic. Newton’s
discoveries, in the words of Alan Charles Kors, a professor of history at
the University of Pennsylvania, amounted to “one of the most extraordinary
scientific syntheses in the history of the human mind.”

The Principia is generally reckoned the most important book in the history
of science. It jolted Western civilization to its core, for it demonstrated,
as no prior work ever had, that the universe was lawful, logical, and
knowable. To a deeply pious Europe, it meant that mere mortals could
perceive the very blueprint of Creation. To study the world empirically, to
understand its workings, was to come closer to the mind of God than had ever
been thought possible. Newton's insights during the months of plague that
kept him at home imposed a mathematical order to the universe that
permanently closed the door on the age of magic, and opened the door to
something even more wondrous: the triumph of modern science. That
astonishingly fruitful period of “social distancing” came to be known as
Newton’s annus mirabilis — year of wonders.

Unlike so many who perished during the Great Plague of London, Newton lived
a very long life. He was 84 when he died in 1727, and was interred with many
honors in Westminster Abbey.

But his most famous epitaph was the couplet composed by Alexander Pope, the
famed English poet:

“Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in night,

God said, Let Newton be! — and all was light.”




Does history smile on Biden's chances?

Barring the unforeseen, Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee for
president. But if history is a reliable guide, he is highly unlikely to be
elected president.

So, at any rate, argues veteran political journalist Byron York in a recent
Washington Examiner column . He focuses not on Biden’s specific strengths or
weaknesses vis-à-vis Donald Trump, but on the track record of presidential
candidates with his political résumé — specifically, his 36 years in the
Senate and two terms as vice president. Judging from the experience of other
senators and vice presidents who have run for president, writes York, Biden’s
odds don’t look good:

[T]he first reason Biden will not become president is that no one who served
36 years in the Senate has ever become president. No one who served 30 years
in the Senate has ever become president. No one who served 25 years in the
Senate has ever become president. No one who served 20 years in the Senate
has ever become president. No one who served 15 years in the Senate has ever
become president.

It's not for lack of trying. Bob Dole, who was sworn into the Senate on Jan.
3, 1969, ran for president 27 years later, in 1996. He quit the Senate
during the campaign to show his determination to become president. But his
long years in the Senate, plus his age — he was 73 at the time and the
subject of endless suggestions that he was too old to be president — were a
deal-killer for voters.

Others tried, too. In 2008, John McCain ran for president after 21 years in
the Senate. It didn't work. In 2004, John Kerry ran for president after 19
years in the Senate. That didn't work, either.

A long career in the Senate is simply not a foundation for a successful run
for the White House.


In the past 100 years, only three sitting senators have been elected
president: Warren Harding in 1920, John F. Kennedy in 1960, and Barack Obama
in 2008. Harding had spent just five years in the Senate, Kennedy eight, and
Obama four. Biden’s exceptionally long tenure, six full terms, strongly
suggests that he is cut out to be a senator, writes York — not a president.


In the past 100 years, only three sitting senators have been elected
president. The two most recent were Barack Obama and John F. Kennedy.

Biden’s eight-year run as Barack Obama’s vice president might seem to give
him an advantage in landing the top job; after all, nearly one-third of US
presidents formerly served as veep. But there, too, historical precedent
cuts against Biden’s chances. Eliminate the vice presidents who ascended to
the White House on the death or resignation of the chief executive, and
eliminate those who were elected president while they were still serving as
vice president, and what remains isn’t encouraging:

Only one president has gone from the vice presidency to private life and
then to the presidency. Richard Nixon served as vice president in the 1950s,
narrowly lost the 1960 presidential election, and then came back to win the
presidency in 1968. That is Biden's hope — that a vice president can leave
office and then, after a period outside government, return to win the White
House.

Perhaps. But Nixon, who spent less than three years in the Senate, became
vice president a few days after turning 40 and was sworn in as president at
56 — more than two decades younger than Biden, who will be 78 on
Inauguration Day, 2021.


Finally, there is what York, crediting the respected scholar and journalist
Jonathan Rauch, identifies as the “14-Year Rule.” It amounts to a sell-by
date for politicians: Anyone who takes longer than 14 years to get from his
first statewide victory (governor or senator) to a party’s national ticket
will not become president.


Biden didn't even get close. It took him 36 years to get from his first
Senate victory to the vice presidency. If he wins the presidency now, it
would be 47 years from that first Senate swearing-in until Inauguration Day.


It should go without saying (but I’ll say it anyway): Such historical “laws”
exist to be broken. Until 2016, no one had ever been elected president
without previously holding high political office or military rank. Until
2008, no African American had ever been elected president. Before 1980, a
divorced president was considered unthinkable. In theory, anything can
happen in a presidential campaign. In theory.

As investors are constantly reminded, past performance is no guarantee of
future returns. The same is true of campaigns for the White House. All the
same: If you’re planning to gamble on Biden’s presidential prospect, history
would recommend you hedge your bet.



China's worst medical scandal

The coronavirus pandemic would have been dire and scary under any
circumstances, but the fact that the first infections appeared in the
Chinese city of Wuhan made it worse. Some voices in the West have suggested,
perversely, that China’s authoritarian harshness was actually a blessing
that helped contain the disease — the latest iteration of the
“but-he-makes-the-trains-run-on-time” argument that dates back to American
admirers of Mussolini in the 1920s.

In fact, China’s tyranny has made everything about coronavirus worse. For
weeks, Beijing’s highest priority was to keep word of the public health
threat metastasizing on Chinese soil from spreading, particularly among
China’s people. The communist government, cracking down with customary
ruthlessness, punished doctors who notified online followers about the
disease, detained or threatened journalists who tried to report on the
outbreak, and initially ordered genetically sequenced samples of the
dangerous new virus to be destroyed — and the destruction covered up.

China’s dictatorial impulses (soon exacerbated by similar impulses in Iran)
gave the sickness a lethal headstart against efforts to rein it in.
“Coronavirus Spreads, and the World Pays for China’s Dictatorship ,” read
the apt headline on a Nicholas Kristof column in the New York Times in
January. Tyrannical regimes aren’t only a menace to freedom and civil
liberties. They are also a deadly threat to the openness, cooperation, and
constructive criticism on which public health, especially at times of
crisis, depends.

Yet China’s outrages during the coronavirus epidemic are far — very far —
from its worst medical abuses.

In several columns in recent years, I have written about China’s involvement
in one of the most depraved of all systematic human-rights atrocities in the
modern world: Its industrial-scale harvesting of vital organs from prisoners
of conscience, to be transplanted into patients paying exorbitant fees for a
heart, kidney, or liver made available on demand.

Here, from a 2016 essay, is a bit of background:

In 1999, Chinese hospitals began performing more than 10,000 organ
transplants annually, generating a vast and lucrative traffic in “transplant
tourists,” who flocked to China on the assurance that they could obtain
lifesaving organs without having to languish on a waiting list. China had no
voluntary organ-donation system to speak of, yet suddenly it was providing
thousands and thousands of freshly harvested organs to patients with ready
cash or high-placed connections. How was that possible?

The evidence, assembled by human-rights researchers and investigative
journalists , added up to something unimaginable: China was killing enormous
numbers of imprisoned men and women by strapping them down to operating
tables, still conscious, and forcibly extracting their organs — and then
delivering those organs to the hospital transplant centers that have become
a major source of revenue. Chinese officials [formerly claimed] that organs
came from violent criminals on death row. But [researchers’ findings have
made] it clear that most of those killed are peaceful citizens persecuted
for their beliefs: Tibetans, Uighurs, Christians — and, above all,
practitioners of Falun Gong, a Buddhist-style spiritual movement of peaceful
meditation and ethical commitment.


Since then, the proof of China’s involvement in this literal butchery has
continued to accumulate. Yet it all too rarely draws the attention of
mainstream news organizations.




A number of independent researchers have exposed China's organ-harvesting
atrocities. One important work is Ethan Gutman's chilling 2014 book, The
Slaughter.


Last week, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation — a human rights
educational institute created in 1993 by act of Congress — released a
detailed new review of the evidence . It draws from internal and public
Chinese archives and sources, many unearthed and translated for the first
time. Though China has begun insisting in the last few years that it has
reformed its organ procurement practices and transplants only organs that
come from consenting donors, the new report makes clear how dubious that
claim is. As the foundation’s executive director, Marion Smith, writes:


the growth of the voluntary figures is highly questionable — rising from 34
in 2010 to 6,316 in 2016 — and follows a quadratic equation to the 99.9%
level. Nor does it make sense that China can provide organs on demand, often
within hours or days, from such a small population. Only forced organ
harvesting of blood-typed prisoners can meet that timeline.

The report also shows that China transplants far more organs than
authorities admit. Some 173 Chinese hospitals are currently authorized to do
transplants, yet just 10 hospitals account for nearly 14,000 annual
procedures. The total number of transplants is likely at least several times
larger. Beijing is falsifying both the number and the source of the organs
it sells for profit.


Coincidentally, the foundation’s report was released very soon after a
similar document emerged from a separate quarter: On March 1, the
London-based Independent Tribunal into Forced Organ Harvesting from
Prisoners of Conscience in China published its final judgment . The tribunal
was headed by Sir Geoffrey Nice, QC, the British barrister who headed the
war crimes prosecution of former Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic in The
Hague. It spent six months taking testimony from witnesses and studying
data; it too concluded that China’s organ donation records have been
fraudulently manipulated. The tribunal’s 562-page final report leaves no
doubt that the allegations against China’s government — allegations of “acts
of cruelty and wickedness that match the cruelty and wickedness of medieval
torturers and executioners”— are well-founded:

[T]housands of innocent people have been killed to order, having their
bodies – the physical integrity of their beings – cut open while still alive
for their kidneys, livers, hearts, lungs, cornea, and skin to be removed and
turned into commodities for sale. Those innocents were killed by doctors
simply because they believed, for example, in truthfulness, compassion, and
forbearance and lived lives of healthy exercise and meditation and because
the way they lived was seen as dangerous to the interests and objectives of
the totalitarian state of the People’s Republic of China.


Given China’s sickening record, it is hard to understand why doctors,
scientists, and public-health professionals in the free world should be
relying in any way on medical information provided by the Chinese government
or the institutions it controls.

This month, it was widely reported that surgeons at the Wuxi People’s
Hospital in Jiangsu province had performed the world’s first double-lung
transplant for a victim of coronavirus disease. Ordinarily, a patient in
need of a lung transplant can wait for years before one becomes available.
Yet Wuxi hospital managed to secure two lungs in the space of mere weeks.
If, as seems likely, they were forcibly extracted from a Chinese dissident
or prisoner of conscience, the transplant was not a medical advance to be
hailed but a crime against humanity that ought to be prosecuted.

Cooperating with China’s medical establishment is akin to cooperating with
Nazi Germany’s concentration-camp doctors. Whatever genuine medical
knowledge may be shared is fatally tainted by the monstrous means by which
that knowledge was gained.

The London tribunal concluded its report with these blunt words:

Any person or organization that interacts in any substantial way with the
People’s Republic of China, including:


doctors and medical institutions;
industry and businesses, most specifically airlines, travel companies,
financial services businesses, law firms, and pharmaceutical and insurance
companies, together with individual tourists;
educational establishments; arts establishments


should recognize that, to the extent revealed in this document, they are
interacting with a criminal state.


A criminal state.

The virus that has emerged from China is sinister, as the whole world has
learned to its sorrow. But it is not nearly as sinister as the government
that rules in Beijing. We are properly doing everything we can to isolate
and suppress the coronavirus. Why do we do so little to isolate and suppress
China’s lethal communist regime?


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ICYMI

In my Sunday column, I explained why I take coronavirus fears quite
seriously, even though I’m skeptical of the alarmist hyperventilations over
climate change. Why the difference? In part because there is a long,
well-understood history of viral epidemics. There is nothing theoretical
about the murderous efficiency with which new diseases can cut down
populations encountering them for the first time. By contrast, while climate
doomsayers have insisted for decades that the end of life as we know it is
just around the corner, the apocalypse never quite materializes . Plus, the
coronavirus coverage has been steadfastly focused on the practical. Unlike
with climate change, no one is trying to make coronavirus a culture-war
battlefield, or to exploit the disease to bring about a radical overhaul of
modern life.


Last Wednesday , I noted that the Democratic Party has moved so far leftward
that even if “moderate” Joe Biden becomes the nominee, he will be his party’s
most liberal standard-bearer — ever. Though one of his chief selling points
is the time he spent as Barack Obama’s vice president, Biden has veered
sharply from Obama’s path on one issue after another. Many of the positions
he takes that are described as centrist today, would have been wide-eyed
liberal dreams during the Bill Clinton years and were still out of reach in
the Obama era. “Moderate” Joe Biden? Only if “moderate” means nothing more
than “a little less socialist than Bernie Sanders.”


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PhantomView
2020-03-18 05:53:50 UTC
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Aww, boo hoo: http://youtu.be/pguJEIXclt4
Ape.
White people probably don't understand what she's saying.
"I just arksed you a question."
Racist.

However there IS a problem here. It is less a practical, real,
problem and far more ideological. "Racial minorities" now
think they are somehow entitled to power - "just because".
Alas the real world does not work that way. If you are not
competent then everything falls apart. This is not good for
majorities OR minorities.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-18 13:39:30 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Byker
Aww, boo hoo: http://youtu.be/pguJEIXclt4
Ape.
White people probably don't understand what she's saying.
"I just arksed you a question."
Racist.
Snowflake.
Post by PhantomView
However there IS a problem here. It is less a practical, real,
problem and far more ideological. "Racial minorities" now
think they are somehow entitled to power - "just because".
Alas the real world does not work that way. If you are not
competent then everything falls apart. This is not good for
majorities OR minorities.
The ideological problem is snowflakes like you pandering to racial and
sexual minorities and taking offence on their behalf.
Peeler
2020-03-18 14:21:30 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by PhantomView
Racist.
Snowflake.
Psychopathic asshole!
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by PhantomView
However there IS a problem here. It is less a practical, real,
problem and far more ideological. "Racial minorities" now
think they are somehow entitled to power - "just because".
Alas the real world does not work that way. If you are not
competent then everything falls apart. This is not good for
majorities OR minorities.
The ideological problem is snowflakes like you pandering to racial and
sexual minorities and taking offence on their behalf.
The only problem here is your PSYCHOPATHY that you live out on Usenet, you
psychopathic FAILURE!
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"A lowering of the age of consent to reflect the rate at which today's
youngsters 'mature'."
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Michael Ejercito
2020-03-22 18:31:08 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by PhantomView
Racist.
Snowflake.
Psychopathic asshole!
A very apt description of the mangina!
Post by Peeler
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by PhantomView
However there IS a problem here. It is less a practical, real,
problem and far more ideological. "Racial minorities" now
think they are somehow entitled to power - "just because".
Alas the real world does not work that way. If you are not
competent then everything falls apart. This is not good for
majorities OR minorities.
The ideological problem is snowflakes like you pandering to racial and
sexual minorities and taking offence on their behalf.
The only problem here is your PSYCHOPATHY that you live out on Usenet, you
psychopathic FAILURE!
Yup.

Here is Jack Marshall writing about the 1619 project.

http://ethicsalarms.com/2020/03/17/the-1619-project-and-ethics-villains-nicole-hannah-jones-and-the-new-york-times/


The 1619 Project And Ethics Villains Nicole Hannah-Jones And The New York
Times
MARCH 17, 2020 / JACK MARSHALL


This disturbing story is signature significance.

The New York Times Magazine published its 1619 Project, named for the date
of the first arrival of Africans on American soil, in August or 2019 with
great fanfare and self congratulation. It purported to be a traditional
wisdom-shaking view of America’s founding, placing slavery at the center of
American political, social, and economic institutions, not a revolutionary
desire by a remarkable group of visionaries to establish a culture rooted in
human liberty, Time reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones championed and conceived
the project, and authored the introduction to the epic, writing in part,
“Conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the
primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from
Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery.”

Hannah-Jones was candid about her objectives. “When my editor asks me, like,
what’s your ultimate goal for the project, my ultimate goal is that there’ll
be a reparations bill passed.” She was, she said, thrilled that people told
her that they feel “they are understanding the architecture of their country
in a way that they had not.”

From the beginning, the Times publication was clearly an ideological
enterprise, and squarely within the paper’s partisan mission. Because that
mission is shared by most of the most influential media sources, including
NPR, it was almost universally praised. That endorsement was not restricted
to journalism, however.

For decades, colleges and universities, bolstered by popular culture and
propaganda from the mainstream media, have immersed rising generations in
the narrative that America is an oppressive, white supremacist culture in
need of fundamental reform. The 1619 Project offered an accompanying school
lesson plan for junior high and high-schoolers, and since its publication,
teachers in all 50 states and the District of Columbia (of course) taught
parts of its curriculum. Just last month the Buffalo Public Schools
announced their district will “infuse 1619 Project resources into the
mainstream English and Social Studies . . . at grades 7-12.” Montgomery
County, Maryland, and the Chicago Public Schools have followed.

The deconstruction of American pride and its origins as a nation founded on
values rather than nationalistic and economic objectives is an essential
predicate for so many of the Left’s plans for the country. Is this
assessment unfair (by Arthur Milihk)?

No longer preaching faith in the Constitution or civic brotherhood, the New
York Times hopes that—by creating enough hatred for the nation’s founding,
its ideals, and for America’s majority group—justice and harmony will
somehow emerge…No longer really a newspaper, the Times more and more
represents the postmodern age of propaganda; its goals of moral and
political transformation, distinct from honest reporting, are barely hidden.
And the 1619 Project seems to have at least three such goals…young people
must learn to despise their nation—its Constitution, ideals, economic
system, and its Founders. They must resent and reject their past; possess an
aggressive, contemptuous, and disobedient attitude toward the present; and
strive forcefully to create a triumphant future where the enemies of old are
punished, and the innocent finally rule. [And],as Hannah-Jones explains,… to
get “white people to give up whiteness.”

I can be a gullible fool sometimes. With everything I know about the Times,
I read the “project” as accurate, recently uncovered history. There is so
much in our past that is never taught, or in an amazing number of cases,
took decades, centuries even, to tise to the surface of our awareness. It
never occurred to me that it was a biased and sinister misrepresentation,
and I certainly did not have the time or access to primary sources to
challenge such an extensive screed, much less the credentials to be heeded
if I had.

Ethics alarms rang for some authorities, however. Princeton historian Sean
Wilentz, began circulating a letter objecting to the project as well as
Hannah-Jones’s motivations. As I have pointed out during this blog’s
coverage of the Post 2016 Election Ethics Train Wreck, few professions have
become more left-leaning and politicized as academics in general and
historians in particular, but the letter acquired the signatures of four
leading scholars in addition to Wilentz: James McPherson, Gordon Wood,
Victoria Bynum, and James Oakes. (Academics, immersed in a warm and
profitable cocoon of ideological conformity on their various campuses, have
also revealed themselves as cowards over the past three years. I have no
doubt that far more than five historians saw the deception in the 1619
Project.)

The five sent the letter to Times editors and the paper’s publisher, A. G.
Sulzberger, on December 4, 2019, and read in part,

We write as historians to express our strong reservations about important
aspects of The 1619 Project. The project is intended to offer a new version
of American history in which slavery and white supremacy become the dominant
organizing themes… Raising profound, unsettling questions about slavery and
the nation’s past and present, as The 1619 Project does, is a praiseworthy
and urgent public service. Nevertheless, we are dismayed at some of the
factual errors in the project and the closed process behind it.

These errors, which concern major events, cannot be described as
interpretation or “framing.” They are matters of verifiable fact, which are
the foundation of both honest scholarship and honest journalism. They
suggest a displacement of historical understanding by ideology. Dismissal of
objections on racial grounds — that they are the objections of only “white
historians” — has affirmed that displacement.

On the American Revolution, pivotal to any account of our history, the
project asserts that the founders declared the colonies’ independence of
Britain “in order to ensure slavery would continue.” This is not true. If
supportable, the allegation would be astounding — yet every statement
offered by the project to validate it is false. Some of the other material
in the project is distorted, including the claim that “for the most part,”
black Americans have fought their freedom struggles “alone.”

…The project criticizes Abraham Lincoln’s views on racial equality but
ignores his conviction that the Declaration of Independence proclaimed
universal equality, for blacks as well as whites, a view he upheld
repeatedly against powerful white supremacists who opposed him…[T]he project
asserts that the United States was founded on racial slavery…The 1619
Project has not been presented as the views of individual writers …Instead,
the project is offered as an authoritative account that bears the imprimatur
and credibility of The New York Times. Those connected with the project have
assured the public that its materials were shaped by a panel of historians
and have been scrupulously fact-checked. Yet the process remains opaque….
Two weeks ago, Leslie Harris, a Northwestern University historian who helped
fact-check the 1619 Project, revealed that when she raised some of the same
points made by the five historians to Nikole Hannah-Jones, she was ignored.
Wrote Harris in Politico,

“On August 19 of last year I listened in stunned silence as Nikole
Hannah-Jones, a reporter for the New York Times, repeated an idea that I had
vigorously argued against..Far from being fought to preserve slavery, the
Revolutionary War became a primary disrupter of slavery in the North
American Colonies. Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation, a British military strategy
designed to unsettle the Southern Colonies by inviting enslaved people to
flee to British lines, propelled hundreds of enslaved people off plantations
and turned some Southerners to the patriot side. It also led most of the 13
Colonies to arm and employ free and enslaved black people, with the promise
of freedom to those who served in their armies. While neither side fully
kept its promises, thousands of enslaved people were freed as a result of
these policies….Despite my advice, the Times published the incorrect
statement about the American Revolution anyway, in Hannah-Jones’
introductory essay. In addition, the paper’s characterizations of slavery in
early America reflected laws and practices more common in the antebellum era
than in Colonial times, and did not accurately illustrate the varied
experiences of the first generation of enslaved people that arrived in
Virginia in 1619.

After the 1619 Project debuted, Hannah-Jones was dismissive and contemptuous
of the project’s critics, like The Atlantic’s Conor Friedersdorf and the
American Institute for Economic Research’s Phil Magness. After Harris’s
column however, the reporter was forced to admit a distortion and to address
it. Hannah-Jones tweeted, “We made an important clarification to my
#1619Project essay about the colonists’ motivations during the American
Revolution. In attempting to summarize and streamline, journalists can
sometimes lose important context and nuance. I did that here.”

In the original essay, the reparations advocate wrote,

Conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the
primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from
Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery.
The corrected passage now reads:

Conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the
primary reasons some of the colonists decided to declare their independence
from Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery.
“The clarification is small — just two words — but important,” Hannah-Jones
said on Twitter.

Ya think????

Let’s put aside the unchanged biased and pejorative label “founding
mythology.” The change from all colonists to “some” is more than
“important.” The two-word edit rebuts the thesis of the entire project.
That’s not a “small” clarification. If the “Hiroshima Project” began with a
statement, “Conveniently left out of our Word War II mythology about the
bombing of Hiroshima is the fact that the American military had a racist
hatred of the Japanese,” and it should have read, “Conveniently left out of
our World War II mythology about the bombing of Hiroshima is the fact that
some members of American military had a racist hatred of the Japanese,”
would that be a “small” change?

Then the Times, continuing its role as a co-ethics villain in this episode,
published a Ratheresque editor’s note, a non-apology apology arguing that
the 1619 Project was wrong but accurate. It also did not bother to change
the headline to Hannah-Jones introduction, which still reads, “Our
democracy’s founding ideals were false when they were written. Black
Americans have fought to make them true.”

Writes Becket Jones in the Washington Examiner:

Hannah-Jones deserves no praise for at long last correcting an error
fundamental to her entire project, which had been brought to her attention
almost seven months ago by multiple academics whose objections any
intellectually serious, humble person would have heeded.

But she is obviously not intellectually serious, nor ethical or trustworthy.
Neither are her editors, or The New York Times. These are anti-America
propagandists with a culture altering political agenda they are determined
to achieve by any means necessary. This time, they were exposed. Most of
the time, they are not.

_________________________________

Sources: Reason, The Atlantic, The New York Times, Washington Examiner,
American Greatness
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PhantomView
2020-03-19 01:45:51 UTC
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Post by PhantomView
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Byker
Aww, boo hoo: http://youtu.be/pguJEIXclt4
Ape.
White people probably don't understand what she's saying.
"I just arksed you a question."
Racist.
Snowflake.
Post by PhantomView
However there IS a problem here. It is less a practical, real,
problem and far more ideological. "Racial minorities" now
think they are somehow entitled to power - "just because".
Alas the real world does not work that way. If you are not
competent then everything falls apart. This is not good for
majorities OR minorities.
The ideological problem is snowflakes like you pandering to racial and
sexual minorities and taking offence on their behalf.
I am awfuly old for a "snowflake" :-)

Read my other stuff. MAGA all the way.

But I will stick with "racist". I am *tired* of that old shit.
Judge quality, not the degree of tan. Before Trump
appeared on stage I was hoping for Condi Rice to
run against HRC.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 12:09:33 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
On Wed, 18 Mar 2020 01:53:50 -0400, PhantomView
Post by PhantomView
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Byker
Aww, boo hoo: http://youtu.be/pguJEIXclt4
Ape.
White people probably don't understand what she's saying.
"I just arksed you a question."
Racist.
Snowflake.
Post by PhantomView
However there IS a problem here. It is less a practical, real,
problem and far more ideological. "Racial minorities" now
think they are somehow entitled to power - "just because".
Alas the real world does not work that way. If you are not
competent then everything falls apart. This is not good for
majorities OR minorities.
The ideological problem is snowflakes like you pandering to racial and
sexual minorities and taking offence on their behalf.
I am awfuly old for a "snowflake" :-)
You don't have to be a Millennial to be a snowflake. They come in all
varieties.
Post by PhantomView
Read my other stuff. MAGA all the way.
I am not going to bother looking for your other stuff or reading it.
MAGA people do not pander to apes.
Post by PhantomView
But I will stick with "racist". I am *tired* of that old shit.
I will stick with "snowflake". I am *tired* of this politically
correct progressive shit.
Post by PhantomView
Judge quality, not the degree of tan.
Quality is inversely proportional to the degree of tan.
Post by PhantomView
Before Trump
appeared on stage I was hoping for Condi Rice to
run against HRC.
Condoleesha is just one more uppity nigra.
Peeler
2020-03-19 14:11:01 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "KKKernal Corn", farted again:

<FLUSH psychopathic shit>

...nothing's left! LOL
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seriously think that a 12-year old who spends 15 hours a day on Facebook
doesn't know what's going on?"
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Byker
2020-03-18 21:05:58 UTC
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Post by Byker
Aww, boo hoo: http://youtu.be/pguJEIXclt4
Ape.
White people probably don't understand what she's saying.
"I just arksed you a question."
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.

Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
‘African-Americans’ how to speak proper English:



Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.

It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.

Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
foot in a foreign country:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856

Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.

I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-18 21:51:03 UTC
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Aww, boo hoo: http://youtu.be/pguJEIXclt4
Ape.
White people probably don't understand what she's saying.
"I just arksed you a question."
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Indeed. Same idea. Can't talk proper and they wonder why they can't
get jobs.
Post by Byker
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
And they wonder why they always end up at the bottom of the
heap....pretty much everywhere you find them!
Peeler
2020-03-18 22:12:09 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Byker
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
And they wonder why they always end up at the bottom of the
heap....pretty much everywhere you find them!
They still haven't reached YOUR bottom though, psychopathic dreckserb!
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Now that every other sexual deviation seems to have been accommodated?"
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Byker
2020-03-19 19:33:05 UTC
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"KKKernal Corn" wrote in message news:***@4ax.com...

And they wonder why they always end up at the bottom of the
heap....pretty much everywhere you find them!

And those pseudo-Africoonian names their mamas
give them pretty much dooms them from the start.

You HAVE to see this site. Some of
the names it cranks out are hilarious:

blacknamegenerator.org

It's addictive...

http://blacknamegenerator.org
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 20:36:46 UTC
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And they wonder why they always end up at the bottom of the
heap....pretty much everywhere you find them!
And those pseudo-Africoonian names their mamas
give them pretty much dooms them from the start.
You HAVE to see this site. Some of
blacknamegenerator.org
It's addictive...
http://blacknamegenerator.org
The girls' names usually end in -eesha, e.g. Eboneesha, Condoleesha...
Peeler
2020-03-19 21:07:39 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
The girls' names usually end in -eesha, e.g. Eboneesha, Condoleesha...
Found yet another senile idiot whom you can feed your psychopathic shit,
psychopathic dreckserb?
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Peeler
2020-03-19 21:06:19 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
And they wonder why they always end up at the bottom of the
heap....pretty much everywhere you find them!
And those pseudo-Africoonian names their mamas
give them pretty much dooms them from the start.
You HAVE to see this site. Some of
blacknamegenerator.org
It's addictive...
http://blacknamegenerator.org
You'd better worry about your addiction of sucking that filthy perverted
troll's cock, senile cocksucker!
Basil Jet
2020-03-18 23:36:55 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
I lived in Manchester for years and travelled 15 miles to Horwich one
day only to discover I could only understand the people there if I got
them to repeat themselves half a dozen times.
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KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 12:10:27 UTC
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Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
Peeler
2020-03-19 14:15:35 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Basil Jet
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
You're serbian! And you have no friends AT ALL, you housebound psychopathic
swine! That's why you've been "living" on Usenet for OVER TWENTY YEARS! LOL
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Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
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Farmer Giles
2020-03-19 16:28:29 UTC
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Post by Basil Jet
Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 16:51:19 UTC
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Post by Basil Jet
Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Peeler
2020-03-19 17:27:15 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Farmer Giles
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Buried is what YOU belong, filthy psychopathic dreckserb!
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Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
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Farmer Giles
2020-03-19 18:20:20 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
Peeler
2020-03-19 18:36:19 UTC
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Post by Farmer Giles
Post by KKKernal Corn
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
He's a fucking stupid troll and psychopath, you troll-feeding senile idiot!
Keema's Nan
2020-03-19 18:39:02 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic
English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in
for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the
country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it
has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing
about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never
set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal
education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major
indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the
one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they
are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
He might have meant Newcastle Emlyn.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-19 19:12:57 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it
has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing
about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
He might have meant Newcastle Emlyn.
Unlikely, I suspect it's just England that he hates.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 19:09:33 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-19 19:13:58 UTC
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Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
Keema's Nan
2020-03-19 19:21:51 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic
English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they
struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised
in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the
country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites)
and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it
has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women
conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely
never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal
education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major
indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the
one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they
are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and
carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to
mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It’s beyond Enfield, so up north.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 20:40:54 UTC
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Post by Farmer Giles
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Farmer Giles
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Basil Jet
Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic
English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they
struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised
in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the
country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites)
and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it
has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women
conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely
never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal
education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major
indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the
one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they
are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and
carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to
mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It’s beyond Enfield, so up north.
We usually think in terms of Watford, but Enfield is about the same
latitude.

Up North is where the GPS doesn't work any more, replaced by a blank
screen saying "Here be dragons".
Peeler
2020-03-19 21:11:46 UTC
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Post by KKKernal Corn
We usually think in terms of Watford, but Enfield is about the same
latitude.
Up North is where the GPS doesn't work any more, replaced by a blank
screen saying "Here be dragons".
STILL hoping to come across as a "Brit" and a "WASP", you ridiculous serb
psychopath? LOL
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic answering a question whether there
is any "meaningful" debate to lower the age of consent:
"If there isn't, there should be."
MID: <ZAMUE.174724$***@usenetxs.com>
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-19 20:37:50 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
Peeler
2020-03-19 21:13:05 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
Post by KKKernal Corn
It's WAY North, actually.
YOUR place is way EAST, you perverted serbian asshole!
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"Isn't it time that paedophiles were admitted to the LGBTQ rainbow?
Now that every other sexual deviation seems to have been accommodated?"
MID: <Y8LUE.513827$***@usenetxs.com>
Farmer Giles
2020-03-19 22:17:31 UTC
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Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.

What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
Peeler
2020-03-19 22:37:43 UTC
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It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.
What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
He's using YOU senile asshole for his trolling! <tsk>
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-20 13:33:28 UTC
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Post by Basil Jet
Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.
Staffordshire? That IS North.
Post by Farmer Giles
What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-20 13:46:21 UTC
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Post by Farmer Giles
Post by KKKernal Corn
Post by Basil Jet
Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.
Staffordshire? That IS North.
Post by Farmer Giles
What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
Got ya. Mind you, it'll come as quite a shock to some people in Essex
and Oxford to know that they're Northerners.
Fredxx
2020-03-20 13:56:03 UTC
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Post by Basil Jet
Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life
to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but
basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet
they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly
raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to
the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us
(Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious
that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women
conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have
likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a
formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a
major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites.
Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being
recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak
better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T
spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne?  You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.
Staffordshire?  That IS North.
Post by Farmer Giles
What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark.  Go any further
and they start talking funny.
Got ya. Mind you, it'll come as quite a shock to some people in Essex
and Oxford to know that they're Northerners.
I've taken it to be Watford Gap!! Still far south to you northerners.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-20 13:56:36 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.
Staffordshire? That IS North.
Post by Farmer Giles
What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
Got ya. Mind you, it'll come as quite a shock to some people in Essex
and Oxford to know that they're Northerners.
Is Essex on the M1? Is Oxford?

Staffordshire is (I think) on the M6, which is even worse than the M1!
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2020-03-20 14:28:45 UTC
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Is Essex on the M1? Is Oxford?
Staffordshire is (I think) on the M6, which is even worse than the M1!
Yeah, teach those seniles on uk.legal a lesson in psychopathy, serb
psychopath! LOL
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Peeler
2020-03-20 14:11:40 UTC
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Got ya. Mind you, it'll come as quite a shock to some people in Essex
and Oxford to know that they're Northerners.
It might also come as quite a shock to you to learn that you ARE a typical
senile troll-feeding asshole!
Keema's Nan
2020-03-20 13:56:51 UTC
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Post by Byker
It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to
teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but
basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they
struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly
raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the
country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us
(Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that
it has
done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women
conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely
never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal
education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major
indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although
the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded,
they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and
carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to
mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Buried under lyme is where it belongs.
Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
It's WAY North, actually.
It's in Staffordshire, actually - and, having lived fairly near to it
once, I rather fancy that I know where it is better than you.
Staffordshire? That IS North.
Post by Farmer Giles
What are you using as your north/south divide. the M25?
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
LOL
Peeler
2020-03-20 14:30:08 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
LOL
You like psychopathic "humour", senile troll-feeding idiot? <G>
Peeler
2020-03-20 14:07:56 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
NOBODY, really NOBODY, could ever talk as "funny" (i.e. retarded) as you do,
you "funny" retarded serb asshole! LOL
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2020-03-21 03:44:15 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
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2020-03-21 08:37:05 UTC
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The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
Well done, senile idiot! The psychopathic troll and attention whore thanks
you nicely for the attention you gave her again. <tsk>
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-21 12:47:51 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.

Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
Fredxx
2020-03-21 13:23:50 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.
Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
A bit like North Downs?
Keema's Nan
2020-03-21 13:53:41 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.
Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
A bit like North Downs?
Or North Tamerton in Cornwall.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-21 15:40:59 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.
Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
A bit like North Downs?
Or North Tamerton in Cornwall.
Don't they still speak Cornish out there?
Keema's Nan
2020-03-21 16:33:14 UTC
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Post by Basil Jet
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.
Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
A bit like North Downs?
Or North Tamerton in Cornwall.
Don't they still speak Cornish out there?
Only if you throw them a pasty.
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-21 16:41:51 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2020 13:53:41 +0000, Keema's Nan
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Post by Basil Jet
Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.
Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
A bit like North Downs?
Or North Tamerton in Cornwall.
Don't they still speak Cornish out there?
Only if you throw them a pasty.
Into a tin mine?
Peeler
2020-03-21 17:22:29 UTC
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Only if you throw them a pasty.
Into a tin mine?
Found another senile idiot to bait, psychopath?
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2020-03-21 17:18:19 UTC
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Don't they still speak Cornish out there?
Only if you throw them a pasty.
You mean like the idiotic baits the troll keeps setting out for you, you
brain dead, senile idiot?
Michael Ejercito
2020-03-26 17:45:37 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2020 16:33:14 +0000, Keema's Nan, an especially retarded,
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Don't they still speak Cornish out there?
Only if you throw them a pasty.
You mean like the idiotic baits the troll keeps setting out for you, you
brain dead, senile idiot?
No doubt about it!


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2020-03-21 14:07:25 UTC
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A bit like North Downs?
More like a serb psychopath who KEEPS trying to pass herself off as a
"Brit", you dumb senile asshole! <tsk>
KKKernal Corn
2020-03-21 15:40:15 UTC
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Junction 5 (Watford) on the M1 is the usual benchmark. Go any further
and they start talking funny.
The boundary is supposed to be Watford Gap in Northamptonshire.
No, that's not right. Wrong Watford.
Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
A bit like North Downs?
A misnomer, like Southport and South Shields. They should have called
it Other Downs.
Peeler
2020-03-21 15:58:32 UTC
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A bit like North Downs?
A misnomer, like Southport and South Shields. They should have called
it Other Downs.
Razovic, YOU should have been called Retardovic!
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Northamptonshire is North. The name gives it away.
Yeah, keep teaching those dumb Brits about the UK and about the English
language, you psychopathic retarded serb peasant and hilarious "Brit" and
"WASP" wannabe! LMAO
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2020-03-19 21:10:40 UTC
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It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
It's in the Midlands, actually.
Are you completely nuts, you senile asshole? Just how much filth and trash
does that pervert still have to post here until you senile asshole recognize
him for what he is?
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2020-03-19 19:13:57 UTC
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Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
IOW, you are a TYPICAL psychopath!
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2020-03-23 17:58:04 UTC
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Do you know the place, or is that just a blind prejudice?
It's up North, so the blanket blind prejudice applies.
IOW, you are a TYPICAL psychopath!
Indeed the mangina is.

Dan Zimmerman explains why Americans are buyings guns.

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/why-americans-are-buying-guns-cities-wont-arresting-criminals-for-many-crimes-during-emergency/


Why Americans are Buying Guns: Cities Not Arresting Criminals for Many
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When the Great Coronavirus Gun Run first got under way in earnest last week,
sneering, sniggering critics in the media made great sport of tsk-tsking at
all the stupid rubes, ridiculing them and wondering if they were really so
dumb as to think they were going to shoot the virus.

As any non-elitist knew, however, Americans foresaw what a national
emergency — especially one that discourages people kept in close proximity —
could mean in terms of law enforcement and crime.


Now, announcements like this one from the Philadelphia Police Department
have validated exactly what all of those gun buyers were afraid of.


Byron York

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The Philly PD has announced that they won’t make arrests for a range of
crimes including drug sales, thefts, burglary, stolen cars and more. Police
will detain suspects, determine — somehow — whether they’re a threat…and
then turn them loose. They’ll just arrest them later, after we’re past all
of this.

“Our mission is to protect and promote the health and safety of our officers
and the community we serve to the best of our ability, while continuing to
discharge every aspect of our core duties,” Commissioner Danielle Outlaw
said in a statement to The Hill.

It probably took this news about 14 minutes to make its way around the
criminal community in the City of Brotherly Love. The message: it’s now open
season for muggings, car theft, break-ins and more.

Similar polices (including releasing jailed non-violent criminals) are being
put in place in other cities including San Francisco, Fort Worth, Denver,
Los Angeles and more. Look the strategy to be employed by a city near you
soon.

Long story short, there will be fewer criminals arrested and more let out of
prisons over the next weeks and months. That inevitably means more crime on
America’s streets. And that is why people have been lining up outside gun
stores and cleaning out retailers’ inventories for almost a week now.


TONI TONE

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This worries me, because it’s not like they can shoot the virus, so what or
who are they intending to shoot...
https://twitter.com/hayleymiller01/status/1240287566869540867 …

Hayley Miller

@hayleymiller01
Owner of a gun store in Georgia reached out after pub and said he hasn't
seen sales like this since right after the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting.

"All of our distributors are several days if not a week behind," he said.
"It's like Black Friday every
day."https://www.huffpost.com/entry/guns-ammo-sales-coronavirus_n_5e6f6a0cc5b6dda30fcd8ebe


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2020-03-20 01:57:50 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne?  You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.

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2020-03-20 08:07:13 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne?  You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Quite right, apologies.

I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.

Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Keema's Nan
2020-03-20 08:54:14 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.

I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-20 09:06:25 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.

The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
Keema's Nan
2020-03-20 09:31:34 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to
mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
da
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
I lived in Wales for 8 years (not out of choice, but that is where I was
posted) and that was more than enough for me. I don’t mind the occasional
holiday there, but I would never go back on a more permanent basis.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-20 09:44:05 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
da
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
I lived in Wales for 8 years (not out of choice, but that is where I was
posted) and that was more than enough for me. I don’t mind the occasional
holiday there, but I would never go back on a more permanent basis.
I suppose you only need to meet one or two people with the wrong
attitude to spoil your view of things - and we have done on the odd
occasion - but generally I find the Welsh very easy to get on with. What
part were you in?
Keema's Nan
2020-03-20 11:27:21 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to
mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
t/
da
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
I lived in Wales for 8 years (not out of choice, but that is where I was
posted) and that was more than enough for me. I don’t mind the occasional
holiday there, but I would never go back on a more permanent basis.
I suppose you only need to meet one or two people with the wrong
attitude to spoil your view of things - and we have done on the odd
occasion - but generally I find the Welsh very easy to get on with. What
part were you in?
South Wales, near Barry.

It was the institutional racism towards the English which annoyed me. They
made no attempt to disguise their hatred, even telling me I was depriving
Welsh people of a job.

I could cope with the ribbing when the England rugby team were totally worked
over by the Welsh (as they were in those days of JPR Williams, Phil Bennett,
Gareth Edwards, etc.) but it carried on through the whole year. Maybe they
saw me as a soft target?
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2020-03-20 12:47:42 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
t/
da
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
I lived in Wales for 8 years (not out of choice, but that is where I was
posted) and that was more than enough for me. I don’t mind the occasional
holiday there, but I would never go back on a more permanent basis.
I suppose you only need to meet one or two people with the wrong
attitude to spoil your view of things - and we have done on the odd
occasion - but generally I find the Welsh very easy to get on with. What
part were you in?
South Wales, near Barry.
It was the institutional racism towards the English which annoyed me. They
made no attempt to disguise their hatred, even telling me I was depriving
Welsh people of a job.
I could cope with the ribbing when the England rugby team were totally worked
over by the Welsh (as they were in those days of JPR Williams, Phil Bennett,
Gareth Edwards, etc.) but it carried on through the whole year. Maybe they
saw me as a soft target?
South Wales has got like that in recent decades, but it wasn't in the
distant past. I think that sort of thing has been promoted by certain
elements. We have always loved Pembrokeshire - St David's, etc - but we
detected a small amount anti-Englishness last time we were there (not
amongst the vast majority though). Same with Scotland, I used to go
there a lot in the 1970s and loved it. Wouldn't go anywhere near the
place these days.
Basil Jet
2020-03-20 16:09:32 UTC
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South Wales has got like that in recent decades, but it wasn't in the
distant past. I think that sort of thing has been promoted by certain
elements. We have always loved Pembrokeshire - St David's, etc - but we
detected a small amount anti-Englishness last time we were there (not
amongst the vast majority though).
St Davids is only 8 miles from the English border.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landsker_Line
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Dan S. MacAbre
2020-03-20 09:43:33 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a
Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
We live close enough to Wales to visit fairly often. The hinterland (if
that's the right word) is beautiful. Snowdonia is like heaven. But I
don't like the seaside towns very much. Not the big ones, anyway. We
quite like Bodnant Garden.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-20 09:45:47 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a
Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
We live close enough to Wales to visit fairly often.  The hinterland (if
that's the right word) is beautiful.  Snowdonia is like heaven.  But I
don't like the seaside towns very much.  Not the big ones, anyway.  We
quite like Bodnant Garden.
Yes, some of the seaside towns are the absolute pits, I agree.
Basil Jet
2020-03-20 16:00:44 UTC
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We live close enough to Wales to visit fairly often.  The hinterland
(if that's the right word) is beautiful.  Snowdonia is like heaven.
But I don't like the seaside towns very much.  Not the big ones,
anyway.  We quite like Bodnant Garden.
Yes, some of the seaside towns are the absolute pits, I agree.
Tenby's lovely.
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Keema's Nan
2020-03-20 16:08:14 UTC
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We live close enough to Wales to visit fairly often. The hinterland
(if that's the right word) is beautiful. Snowdonia is like heaven.
But I don't like the seaside towns very much. Not the big ones,
anyway. We quite like Bodnant Garden.
Yes, some of the seaside towns are the absolute pits, I agree.
Tenby's lovely.
I can’t say the same of Barry Island, or Porthcawl for that matter.
Farmer Giles
2020-03-20 16:09:38 UTC
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We live close enough to Wales to visit fairly often.  The hinterland
(if that's the right word) is beautiful.  Snowdonia is like heaven.
But I don't like the seaside towns very much.  Not the big ones,
anyway.  We quite like Bodnant Garden.
Yes, some of the seaside towns are the absolute pits, I agree.
Tenby's lovely.
I did say 'some'. Try Rhyl and Prestatyn.
Keema's Nan
2020-03-20 11:21:38 UTC
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There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to
mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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Quite right, apologies.
I grew up in a place that was a village with a name 'upon' a river, and
even us locals used to get it mixed up sometimes and just say 'on'.
Not a million miles from where I now live there is a
Newcastle-'on'-Clun.
Now I’m jealous.
I have always wanted to live in that part of the country. Close to the welsh
border, but not the other side of it.
God's own country it is.
The Welsh side of the border is lovely too, and the locals nothing at
all like their more nationalistic compatriots in the north. Our GP's
surgery is even in Wales, and very, very few ever see any of us as any
other than from the same place.
We live close enough to Wales to visit fairly often. The hinterland (if
that's the right word) is beautiful. Snowdonia is like heaven. But I
don't like the seaside towns very much. Not the big ones, anyway. We
quite like Bodnant Garden.
I haven’t been to Bodnant Gardens for about 30 years. I remember it being
very nice.
Ian Jackson
2020-03-22 21:54:36 UTC
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It'd be "axed" on this side of the pond.
Here’s a Black educator who has made it his mission in life to teach
http://youtu.be/X_KKLkmIrDk
Mind you, he’s not teaching them the "King’s English," but basic English
words and expressions that should be common knowledge. Yet they struggle
with something as basic as the language they were supposedly raised in for
the last 400 years.
It’s another indicator of how blacks have not assimilated to the country
they were born in. They remain very much different from us (Whites) and
while they may attend American public schools, it’s obvious that it has done
little good for the greater majority of them.
Hard to believe, but these two ‘African-American’ women
conversing about
sex
were born in the U.S., educated in U.S. schools, and have likely never set
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=06d_1462925856
Yet listening to them dialogue persuades me how little a formal education
does for the good of these people. Their conversation is a major indicator
of just how inherently different blacks are from Whites. Although the one
asking the questions seems brighter than the one being recorded, they are
truly the "other," a collective shit-stain on our society.
I have heard people with Down's-Syndrome who can speak better and carry
themselves with greater dignity than this ghetto sow...
There are huge parts of Britain where the white people are utterly
incomprehensible to outsiders, Glasgow and Newcastle-U-T spring to mind.
Newcastle-Under-Tyne? You mean tunnel dwellers?
It is Newcastle-'on'-Tyne, but there is a Newcastle-under-Lyme.
But, more properly, Newcastle 'upon' Tyne.
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