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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby m4rkb » Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:51 pm

rorymac wrote:Thanks for that m4 .. well that is the case but the system can't allow it and even with a tv programme about it .. well it all fizzled out in the house of parliament. Got 3 years to go of a full 12.


Absolute cunts.
You've got to admire his resolve for stiffing out 12 years when he's innocent, but the downside to getting out is admitting it.
Usually everyone in the jail will be convinced he's innocent and usually so are the screws. Not that it's much help.

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Postby paolo » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:48 pm

Roddy wrote:
paolo wrote:rumours that it was another of those white supremacists or a nazi

awful situation



https://nypost.com/2019/11/30/london-br ... s-embassy/


R to sure that’s the killer?

I thought he was British

What happened to the guy with the big knife who threw away what looked like a bag of sherbet dip dab?
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Postby paolo » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:49 pm

Is there a muslamification of the uk prison system?

Do people go into prison then come out muslimmed?
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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby m4rkb » Mon Dec 02, 2019 8:23 pm

paolo wrote:Is there a muslamification of the uk prison system?

Do people go into prison then come out muslimmed?


Yes. because hardline radicals are very well organised their sole mission is to recruit more jihadists.

The west calls it diversity - and strength.

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Postby paolo » Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:50 pm

m4rkb wrote:
paolo wrote:Is there a muslamification of the uk prison system?

Do people go into prison then come out muslimmed?


Yes. because hardline radicals are very well organised their sole mission is to recruit more jihadists.

The west calls it diversity - and strength.


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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby delboy1983 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 11:30 pm

A good warning to these fanatics who will not change is to lock them up until they are wheeled out and meet their maker.
There is no other legal way to deal with them
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Postby Holden Mcgroyne » Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:05 am

Vespa wrote:Jack Merritt's father writes.

Jack was proud. Jack was absorbingly intelligent. Jack was fiercely loyal. Jack loved music, art, eating good food with his family, and having more than one pint with his mates. Oh, and in case you haven’t realised by now … he was also devilishly handsome.

But Jack was also angry, frustrated, selfless, stubborn. He was angry because he saw our society failing those most in need. He was frustrated because the political elite have forgotten why it is important to be fair. He was selfless in his dedication to make things right in every second of his life. Jack devoted his energy to the purpose of Learning Together: a pioneering programme to bring students from university and prisons together to share their unique perspectives on justice. Unlike many of us, Jack did not just go to work. He lived and breathed fire in his pursuit of a better world for all humanity, particularly those most in need.

If Jack could comment on his death – and the tragic incident on Friday 29 November – he would be livid. We would see him ticking it over in his mind before a word was uttered between us. Jack would understand the political timing with visceral clarity.

He would be seething at his death, and his life, being used to perpetuate an agenda of hate that he gave his everything fighting against. We should never forget that. What Jack would want from this is for all of us to walk through the door he has booted down, in his black Doc Martens.

That door opens up a world where we do not lock up and throw away the key. Where we do not give indeterminate sentences, or convict people on joint enterprise. Where we do not slash prison budgets, and where we focus on rehabilitation not revenge. Where we do not consistently undermine our public services, the lifeline of our nation. Jack believed in the inherent goodness of humanity, and felt a deep social responsibility to protect that. Through us all, Jack marches on.

Borrow his intelligence, share his drive, feel his passion, burn with his anger, and extinguish hatred with his kindness. Never give up his fight.

To Jack Merritt. Now, and forever.


Looks like old man Merritt inhabits a happy clappy fantasy world. Straight in the Guardian before his son is even cold, telling everyone else what to think, and issuing a very-thinly disguised plea to vote Labour next week.

I love this idea he asserts that his son's death shouldn't be politicised to protect his family, when his own fucking dad could hardly contain himself in doing so. You hug your jihadi Mr M, I'd rather he stayed incarcerated a lot, lot longer.
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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby Roy Twing » Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:35 am

Holden Mcgroyne wrote:
Vespa wrote:Jack Merritt's father writes.

Jack was proud. Jack was absorbingly intelligent. Jack was fiercely loyal. Jack loved music, art, eating good food with his family, and having more than one pint with his mates. Oh, and in case you haven’t realised by now … he was also devilishly handsome.

But Jack was also angry, frustrated, selfless, stubborn. He was angry because he saw our society failing those most in need. He was frustrated because the political elite have forgotten why it is important to be fair. He was selfless in his dedication to make things right in every second of his life. Jack devoted his energy to the purpose of Learning Together: a pioneering programme to bring students from university and prisons together to share their unique perspectives on justice. Unlike many of us, Jack did not just go to work. He lived and breathed fire in his pursuit of a better world for all humanity, particularly those most in need.

If Jack could comment on his death – and the tragic incident on Friday 29 November – he would be livid. We would see him ticking it over in his mind before a word was uttered between us. Jack would understand the political timing with visceral clarity.

He would be seething at his death, and his life, being used to perpetuate an agenda of hate that he gave his everything fighting against. We should never forget that. What Jack would want from this is for all of us to walk through the door he has booted down, in his black Doc Martens.

That door opens up a world where we do not lock up and throw away the key. Where we do not give indeterminate sentences, or convict people on joint enterprise. Where we do not slash prison budgets, and where we focus on rehabilitation not revenge. Where we do not consistently undermine our public services, the lifeline of our nation. Jack believed in the inherent goodness of humanity, and felt a deep social responsibility to protect that. Through us all, Jack marches on.

Borrow his intelligence, share his drive, feel his passion, burn with his anger, and extinguish hatred with his kindness. Never give up his fight.

To Jack Merritt. Now, and forever.


Looks like old man Merritt inhabits a happy clappy fantasy world. Straight in the Guardian before his son is even cold, telling everyone else what to think, and issuing a very-thinly disguised plea to vote Labour next week.

I love this idea he asserts that his son's death shouldn't be politicised to protect his family, when his own fucking dad could hardly contain himself in doing so. You hug your jihadi Mr M, I'd rather he stayed incarcerated a lot, lot longer.


My god, - these people will never take the blinkers off, will they.
It appears that they will refuse to acknowledge any amount of glaring proof that contradicts their leftie liberal dogma, even when it is so personally painful.
Despite what the establishment try to propagate, - we brexiters most definitely do know what we voted for
And for posterity, - could the usual suspects explain what exactly is 'racist' about my avatar?
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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby Zambo » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:59 am

Holden Mcgroyne wrote:
Vespa wrote:Jack Merritt's father writes.

Jack was proud. Jack was absorbingly intelligent. Jack was fiercely loyal. Jack loved music, art, eating good food with his family, and having more than one pint with his mates. Oh, and in case you haven’t realised by now … he was also devilishly handsome.

But Jack was also angry, frustrated, selfless, stubborn. He was angry because he saw our society failing those most in need. He was frustrated because the political elite have forgotten why it is important to be fair. He was selfless in his dedication to make things right in every second of his life. Jack devoted his energy to the purpose of Learning Together: a pioneering programme to bring students from university and prisons together to share their unique perspectives on justice. Unlike many of us, Jack did not just go to work. He lived and breathed fire in his pursuit of a better world for all humanity, particularly those most in need.

If Jack could comment on his death – and the tragic incident on Friday 29 November – he would be livid. We would see him ticking it over in his mind before a word was uttered between us. Jack would understand the political timing with visceral clarity.

He would be seething at his death, and his life, being used to perpetuate an agenda of hate that he gave his everything fighting against. We should never forget that. What Jack would want from this is for all of us to walk through the door he has booted down, in his black Doc Martens.

That door opens up a world where we do not lock up and throw away the key. Where we do not give indeterminate sentences, or convict people on joint enterprise. Where we do not slash prison budgets, and where we focus on rehabilitation not revenge. Where we do not consistently undermine our public services, the lifeline of our nation. Jack believed in the inherent goodness of humanity, and felt a deep social responsibility to protect that. Through us all, Jack marches on.

Borrow his intelligence, share his drive, feel his passion, burn with his anger, and extinguish hatred with his kindness. Never give up his fight.

To Jack Merritt. Now, and forever.


Looks like old man Merritt inhabits a happy clappy fantasy world. Straight in the Guardian before his son is even cold, telling everyone else what to think, and issuing a very-thinly disguised plea to vote Labour next week.

I love this idea he asserts that his son's death shouldn't be politicised to protect his family, when his own fucking dad could hardly contain himself in doing so. You hug your jihadi Mr M, I'd rather he stayed incarcerated a lot, lot longer.

Succinctly put.

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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby Vespa » Tue Dec 03, 2019 8:32 am

Holden Mcgroyne wrote:I love this idea he asserts that his son's death shouldn't be politicised to protect his family, when his own fucking dad could hardly contain himself in doing so. You hug your jihadi Mr M, I'd rather he stayed incarcerated a lot, lot longer.


His dad is reacting to Johnson politicizing his son's death.

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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby Zambo » Tue Dec 03, 2019 8:40 am

You know it's bad when the head of the anti-terrorist squad is too scared to give you the facts in case he gets labelled a racist. Then again this is the tit who said the biggest threat was from Far-Right' white supremacists only a short while ago.

Littlejohn as usual is on the money.

'So it's fair to assume that if Friday's attack had been carried out by a white skinhead with a swastika tattoo on his forehead, Basu would have been eager to share that information. After all, neo-Nazis have been responsible for attacks from North London to New Zealand'.

Letting jihadis out on licence gives them a licence to kill

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... early.html

Piers as well.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... rever.html
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Postby paolo » Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:40 am

I immediately assumed that such a crime would have been carried out by a minority in london

how wrong i was
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Postby paolo » Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:52 am

this cunt is frightening

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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby rorymac » Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:04 am

Zambo wrote:
Holden Mcgroyne wrote:
Vespa wrote:Jack Merritt's father writes.

Jack was proud. Jack was absorbingly intelligent. Jack was fiercely loyal. Jack loved music, art, eating good food with his family, and having more than one pint with his mates. Oh, and in case you haven’t realised by now … he was also devilishly handsome.

But Jack was also angry, frustrated, selfless, stubborn. He was angry because he saw our society failing those most in need. He was frustrated because the political elite have forgotten why it is important to be fair. He was selfless in his dedication to make things right in every second of his life. Jack devoted his energy to the purpose of Learning Together: a pioneering programme to bring students from university and prisons together to share their unique perspectives on justice. Unlike many of us, Jack did not just go to work. He lived and breathed fire in his pursuit of a better world for all humanity, particularly those most in need.

If Jack could comment on his death – and the tragic incident on Friday 29 November – he would be livid. We would see him ticking it over in his mind before a word was uttered between us. Jack would understand the political timing with visceral clarity.

He would be seething at his death, and his life, being used to perpetuate an agenda of hate that he gave his everything fighting against. We should never forget that. What Jack would want from this is for all of us to walk through the door he has booted down, in his black Doc Martens.

That door opens up a world where we do not lock up and throw away the key. Where we do not give indeterminate sentences, or convict people on joint enterprise. Where we do not slash prison budgets, and where we focus on rehabilitation not revenge. Where we do not consistently undermine our public services, the lifeline of our nation. Jack believed in the inherent goodness of humanity, and felt a deep social responsibility to protect that. Through us all, Jack marches on.

Borrow his intelligence, share his drive, feel his passion, burn with his anger, and extinguish hatred with his kindness. Never give up his fight.

To Jack Merritt. Now, and forever.


Looks like old man Merritt inhabits a happy clappy fantasy world. Straight in the Guardian before his son is even cold, telling everyone else what to think, and issuing a very-thinly disguised plea to vote Labour next week.

I love this idea he asserts that his son's death shouldn't be politicised to protect his family, when his own fucking dad could hardly contain himself in doing so. You hug your jihadi Mr M, I'd rather he stayed incarcerated a lot, lot longer.

Succinctly put.

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What a nasty pair of wankers more like.
I'll take a warning for that tbf

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Re: London Bridge stabbings

Postby Zambo » Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:12 am

rorymac wrote:
Zambo wrote:
Holden Mcgroyne wrote:
Vespa wrote:Jack Merritt's father writes.

Jack was proud. Jack was absorbingly intelligent. Jack was fiercely loyal. Jack loved music, art, eating good food with his family, and having more than one pint with his mates. Oh, and in case you haven’t realised by now … he was also devilishly handsome.

But Jack was also angry, frustrated, selfless, stubborn. He was angry because he saw our society failing those most in need. He was frustrated because the political elite have forgotten why it is important to be fair. He was selfless in his dedication to make things right in every second of his life. Jack devoted his energy to the purpose of Learning Together: a pioneering programme to bring students from university and prisons together to share their unique perspectives on justice. Unlike many of us, Jack did not just go to work. He lived and breathed fire in his pursuit of a better world for all humanity, particularly those most in need.

If Jack could comment on his death – and the tragic incident on Friday 29 November – he would be livid. We would see him ticking it over in his mind before a word was uttered between us. Jack would understand the political timing with visceral clarity.

He would be seething at his death, and his life, being used to perpetuate an agenda of hate that he gave his everything fighting against. We should never forget that. What Jack would want from this is for all of us to walk through the door he has booted down, in his black Doc Martens.

That door opens up a world where we do not lock up and throw away the key. Where we do not give indeterminate sentences, or convict people on joint enterprise. Where we do not slash prison budgets, and where we focus on rehabilitation not revenge. Where we do not consistently undermine our public services, the lifeline of our nation. Jack believed in the inherent goodness of humanity, and felt a deep social responsibility to protect that. Through us all, Jack marches on.

Borrow his intelligence, share his drive, feel his passion, burn with his anger, and extinguish hatred with his kindness. Never give up his fight.

To Jack Merritt. Now, and forever.


Looks like old man Merritt inhabits a happy clappy fantasy world. Straight in the Guardian before his son is even cold, telling everyone else what to think, and issuing a very-thinly disguised plea to vote Labour next week.

I love this idea he asserts that his son's death shouldn't be politicised to protect his family, when his own fucking dad could hardly contain himself in doing so. You hug your jihadi Mr M, I'd rather he stayed incarcerated a lot, lot longer.

Succinctly put.

:dart:


What a nasty pair of wankers more like.
I'll take a warning for that tbf

I wouldn't have gone that far when he's grieving his son. You are right about the jihadi though.
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