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  1. seriously though... why is the president interjecting his personal opinion in a sense contradicting the verdict?? "If the races were reversed it may have had a different outcome" or "I could have been Trayvon 17 years ago" gtfo. you could have been a kid with stolen property who was violent, drank lean and smoked weed... wow congratulations on meeting every stereotype of black people and giving more reason to accept stereotypes as truth.... Obama and the justice department are doing everything possible to divert attention from recent scandals such as the IRS fiasco and the ongoing Benghazi affair. Nothing focuses the attention of the public at large quite like a race war. Recent comments made by Obama, Clinton and Holder, and black leaders such as Sharpton, Jackson and others are almost beyond belief and shame on the large swathe of the American people who not only swallow such bile but then take to the streets to act upon it. I suspect reasonable people around the world are shaking their collective heads and watching in disbelief at the 'you couldn't make it up' reality show that is modern day America.
  2. Also look up Antonio West. He and a friend (both black) tried robbing a (white) lady while she was walking her baby in a stroller. They demanded her money and when she said she didn't have any, they asked her if she wanted them to kill her baby. Hardly any coverage. And just like now, the only reason it has gotten attention is because of the lack of it, all the while Martin's case is well known. They shot that baby in the ****ing face. WTF Edit: Sorry, Antonio West was the name of the baby who got shot. I didn't catch the name of the scum who did the crime They shot the mother, who survived, twice. They shot the 13 month old baby twice in the face. The baby didn't survive. Not a f*****g word from the media, from Obama, from the Attorney General, Sharpton, Jackson or any other POS who's trying to politicise the Z/M case. For the record, the evidence shows overwhelmingly that Zimmerman was innocent.
  3. Mayweather via black... Alverez via ginger... everybody know them ginger dudes are badd ***.
  4. You guys keep meeting all these ****s and arseholes, maybe that says more about you than them =)) =)) =))........ fobar FTW!!.
  5. @fobar........ i'm watching the news as it breaks right now fobar. Israel have issued a warning to Russia that they will strike at any arms shipment destined for Syria.
  6. @darksjeik I disagree with some of your post one of the things I disgree with the most "- Wrong, the urge for drug abuse isn't something acquired at birth and sex drive is not a conditioned behaviour you can unlearn. It's something that sticks with you for life, it's the core of who you are. You can't learn to have sexual feelings towards children. You're born with that one. Just like you're born gay or straight. Implying that that is the same as substance abuse is inacurate because you CAN be conditioned to become dependant on drugs." 1st of all this shouldn't be considered a fact people are "born gay" I would lean on it being more conditioning than anything. Maybe in their youth girls made fun of them and a guy was especially helpful and comforted the child giving the kid a lasting impression that men are better than women which would make him more attracted to them or maybe they don't have a father around so they urge for some sort of male companion to fill that void. These are bold examples but these are just supposed to demonstrate how events can push someone to be "gay" 2nd If you are capable of being born gay you think it's impossible people are born with a higher potential for drug abuse? You should do research it's highly argued a percent of the population is born very susceptible to drug addiction. I truly believe that through our experiences we become the person we are today in every major aspect of an individuals personality. Just my opinion tho. There are endless debates as to whether we are a product of our environment " nurture " or are we essentially pre-programmed to be the person we will become as an adult at birth, purely as a result of the unique genetic code, each of us bring into the world at birth " nature ". I care not, whichever side of the debate a person may choose, nor do I care for the endless philosophical, sociological, psychological, legal, ethical bulls**t which is endlessly debated, in courts and in universities across the land. I do care that there are monsters who prey on innocent, defenceless children, and subject them to a level of pain, fear and suffering that few of us can barely imagine. I have no interest in rehabilitation, just as I have no interest in gaining knowledge as to what fuels their desires, except as an aid to possible detection and recognition with regards to tracking down other paedophiles. My interest lies in removing them from society permanently. I would show mercy, only in that death would be quick and relatively painless. I agree 100%, it's exactely what I was trying to say, you put it into words better. The only thing truly important is removing these threats from society. It doesn't even have to be through death. Just give em life sentences for all I care. I would prefer the death sentence Darksjeik, if only because of the vast sums of money involved in housing them in prison. I would prefer to see that money spent on the victims. Death might actually be an easy way out for these *******. It may be preferable to having to endlessly sit out your days in a cell, afraid of retribution from other inmates, but it's amazing how, when faced with death, most humans will agree to almost anything to be given the chance to cling on to life. I quite like the thought of some ped, sitting in a cell knowing his time is up and there's no happy ending. **** em.
  7. Whatever the cause, there is absolutely no evidence of a "cure", so I don't believe that sexual predators can ever be trusted in society. I'm not against the death penalty, but the death penalty is a joke in America, life in prison is just as good. Which is why I would advocate, upon conviction, backed by irrefutable proof of guilt, the death sentence would be immediate, with no chance of repeal.
  8. @darksjeik I disagree with some of your post one of the things I disgree with the most "- Wrong, the urge for drug abuse isn't something acquired at birth and sex drive is not a conditioned behaviour you can unlearn. It's something that sticks with you for life, it's the core of who you are. You can't learn to have sexual feelings towards children. You're born with that one. Just like you're born gay or straight. Implying that that is the same as substance abuse is inacurate because you CAN be conditioned to become dependant on drugs." 1st of all this shouldn't be considered a fact people are "born gay" I would lean on it being more conditioning than anything. Maybe in their youth girls made fun of them and a guy was especially helpful and comforted the child giving the kid a lasting impression that men are better than women which would make him more attracted to them or maybe they don't have a father around so they urge for some sort of male companion to fill that void. These are bold examples but these are just supposed to demonstrate how events can push someone to be "gay" 2nd If you are capable of being born gay you think it's impossible people are born with a higher potential for drug abuse? You should do research it's highly argued a percent of the population is born very susceptible to drug addiction. I truly believe that through our experiences we become the person we are today in every major aspect of an individuals personality. Just my opinion tho. There are endless debates as to whether we are a product of our environment " nurture " or are we essentially pre-programmed to be the person we will become as an adult at birth, purely as a result of the unique genetic code, each of us bring into the world at birth " nature ". I care not, whichever side of the debate a person may choose, nor do I care for the endless philosophical, sociological, psychological, legal, ethical bulls**t which is endlessly debated, in courts and in universities across the land. I do care that there are monsters who prey on innocent, defenceless children, and subject them to a level of pain, fear and suffering that few of us can barely imagine. I have no interest in rehabilitation, just as I have no interest in gaining knowledge as to what fuels their desires, except as an aid to possible detection and recognition with regards to tracking down other paedophiles. My interest lies in removing them from society permanently. I would show mercy, only in that death would be quick and relatively painless.
  9. Islam is a peaceful religion......... =)) =))
  10. On days where i'm feeling charitable, which to be fair is most days, I would say rehabilitation is probably the way to go. On days where i'm not feeling quite so charitable, say, on days like today, I would say there is a much quicker, much cheaper way to deal with them that guarantee's they will never harm another child. On reflection, maybe I should maybe clarify my stance a little. First time and moderate offenders, ie, someone who downloads pictures or someone who gropes but causes no real physical harm, I would say rehabilitation is probably in order. Repeat offenders and one off child rapists are sailing very, very, close to the edge. Gangs, multi offense, snuffers, the real hardcore peds, immediate death upon conviction whatever mood I might be in on that particular day, further more, I would be more than willing to offer my services.
  11. Tonight was trash table after trash table. These ****s want to drive Ferrari's but not pay for them. It's pathetic. Stay in that Damn class. Champagne motoring for lemonade money. Basic economics 101, BJ, get the most bang for your buck, lol. You should be applauding such astute money management.
  12. Of course people are scared to talk about it as whenever anyone speak's up, the racism card is instantly thrown at them Mate, that is a tried and tested tactic of the left to stifle any dissent. That started with the Labour government of 97, who started a witch hunt against anyone who opposed their open door immigration policy. Time has shown that those people who were vilified for speaking out back then were correct in their concerns after all. Don't get sucked into that PC bulls**t. You have a mind and a voice. Use them to express yourself and f**k those who try to beat you down.
  13. Bob, if you watch the TV there are plenty of Muslims denouncing this attack. stop trying to stoke more hatred then needs be Then I must be missing it. I'm not trying to stoke any hatred fobar, the Muslims are doing a better job of that than I ever could, even if that was my aim. The way individuals feel about this is up to them. What I am doing is giving my personal feeling about the issue as a whole, without the sugar coating. I've spent the better part of 15 years considering the different shades of grey regards Islam. In all of that time I have been willing to turn the other cheek, to go along to get along. Now is the time for black and white. Am I enraged by what I see, by what is happening to the UK. Too ******* right I am!. **** em fobar. I haven't got a good word to say about Islam and my opinion of the religion and its followers drops lower every day, and believe me, my opinion is not born out of ignorance. couldn't agree more. How long do you let someone punch you till you decide to fight back? There were Muslims at my work trying to justify these guys actions. the edl are a bunch of idiots but SOME of the things they say are bang on the money, why are we protecting known extremist's? why do we still have this open door policy when it comes to immigration? Why have we not adopted the same approach to it as America and Australia?? Gabri, I've watched quite a few interviews involving Tommy Robinson of the EDL and I find most of his rhetoric to be just plain common sense. He comes across as a person who has had enough, and I actually think, in his public persona at least, he is very restrained, especially when you consider the subject matter and the heated emotions it evokes. I know the left try to portray him as a violent thug, a racist, a bigot, blah blah blah, and who knows, maybe he is, but the points he continually tries to get across, are real fears and concerns of countless people across the UK, they exist and are real, just as the video I posted earlier was real. fobar said that maybe, I was trying to stoke up hatred, instead of addressing what was in the video, and to be fair to fobar, he also addressed the point I made about marches, but, to use the video as an example, the left would concentrate on the person reporting the video and try to attack and discredit that person, rather than address the real problem which is of course, the people in the video. Tommy Robinson would concentrate on the content of the video and for that I applaud him, because god knows, the UK needs someone with the balls to stand up and be counted, and to quote Republican congressman Allen West of Florida, who having served in the military for 22 years, is on a crusade against Islam, " if telling the truth makes me a racist, then so be it, I guess i'm a racist "
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