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Current location: UK
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About Me

I am a Brit. I am a working class child of the troubles in Belfast who now lives a life of privilege. I am an anti-racist, progressive monster for truth. If I fail in being that monster, call me out....

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He can courtesy to the Saudi King but not bow to the English Queen?

He tried to strongman the Queen
Kept her waiting
Refused to bow
Walked in front of her in a serious breach of protocol

Guarantee he did not try and pull that shit with Kim
He certainly gave that really odd half bow half courtesy to the Saudis
Pretty sure he will be on time for Putin

He is a insecure little fucker who tried to make himself feel good by trying to treat a 92 year old lady as somehow less than him. She is the QUEEN for fucks sake

What a complete and utter wanker

Just watching channel 4 news

Farage is a quisling
A complete and utter fucking quisling

Trump is the 12th President to meet the Queen

They come they go, the Queen meets them all.
He is but a Blimp on the arse of longevity of democracy (here's hoping)

You're Welcome!


Like 2 peas in a fucking pod. Bigly depressing.

Heh. I see your right wing and raise you.... wankers the lot of them

Proud to be an American?

Sums up the situation rather neatly, I think?

Fuck Trump: Trump gets rude welcome to the UK thanks to giant crop circle

The crop circle on the Moat Farm in Stoke Mandeville supposedly says "блядь Trump" with the former word being Russian which translates to 'whore'. In this context however, it translates to "F**k Trump", which is probably what we all guessed it said.

The circle cropped up directly under Trump's flight path from London to Chequers, where he will meet Theresa May.

The farmer who owns the field took one for the team here and agreed to the stunt despite the fact that the damage caused to his harvest would leave it unsalvageable.

Speaking to the Bucks Herald, he said:

There was a financial transaction for the damages.


Hehe - you can't say us Brits are not inventive in our invective

Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass*

*Maya Angelou

Women kicking arse in the face of nasty - we rock

The Ego Has Landed

Trump has landed - he has slagged off the PM, Brexit Plans and the Mayor of London. He is threatening any potential trade deal with the US to try and force the UK into a hard Brexit.....

The Daily Record has a message for him...

I concur!

Protest against what Donald Trump represents, not who he is

The mass protests must be as much about Trumpism as against the US president himself as he lands in Britain today. One of the dangers since Donald Trump became president is that it becomes all about him Ė his attention-seeking theatrics, his latest social media grenades thrown into cyberspace. Some of the establishment opposition has focused on Trumpís vulgarity, his manners, that he is somehow unpresidential, rather than his political substance and what he represents. As Naomi Klein explained in her book No Is Not Enough, the Trump performance becomes a distraction from scrutinising the dangerous political forces and economic interests he represents.
Trumpism is on the march everywhere: Donald Trump himself is simply its most striking manifestation. There is every chance it will further radicalise and shift to extremes, particularly if there is another economic downturn, for which we are overdue. History tells us that when the racist right is on the rise, we donít sit back and hope for the best: we mobilise and fight back. And thatís why the mass protests against his visit will be a launchpad for a decisive pushback against increasingly triumphalist right and far-right movements.
Yes, Trump is a contemptible misogynist, an anti-Muslim bigot, a scapegoater of migrants, a man whose administration separates screaming children from their parents and locks them in cages. Yet the protests against him must not see him simply as a pantomime villain, but as the chief representative of an extremely dangerous global movement.


Owen Jones is right, baby blimp aside.....as we protest tomorrow we need to be calling out the policies because all of our safeties are at risk....
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