Britain: How ignorant a country's population can ever get

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  1. aditya10r

    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    This dickbag has no idea what he is talking about

    Well I am very well versed with India superbike and supercar scene and whenever there is CSS(a superbike school for beginners and professionals) come around the coaches are excited af for MMRT.

    I asked them on other foreign courses,they said that only Cyprus JAPAN and USA give better response than India does(mainly because they are a developed economies and Japan is Mecca for superbikes) and speaking of UK,in 2017 they had 20 seats empty but in India they were on verge of being overbooked so much so that they do 2 sessions in India as opposed to 1 in UK.

    And Vettel is better you fucking kallu.
     
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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    It's November,2 months from next session and we are already booked on the upper levels(that's where cream of India motorsport is).
    And it's no cheap

    A 3 day session will end up costing ₹2lakh plus.
     
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    thethinker Senior Member Senior Member

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    He is concern trolling. Seems more pissed off that countries like India and Vietnam will have a lively F1 scene compared to the British Raj in the years to come.

    That is what burns them from within and hence the poverty jibes whenever developments take place.
     
  4. Haldiram

    Haldiram Senior Member Senior Member

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    So he finds proper racing infrastructure but still says it's a "poor place" because it doesn't conform to his stereotype?

    It's the same thing they did a while ago when Telegraph said that it's surprising that India has most number of female pilots, because it didn't match their cooked up narrative of oppression. Instead of admitting their bias, they pretend to be surprised at the facts

    The surprising country with more female pilots than any other
     
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    thethinker Senior Member Senior Member

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    He should probably stop racing in England itself. Maybe give up racing altogether and help his fellowmen in UK.

    Not a pretty picture of rapidly increasing poverty in the Raj.

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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    You know what

    I have talked to many professional racers like Joe Roberts Leon cammier Keith code and others k Rajini Dilip Rogers,riders who have clicked countless hours on hundreds of tracks around the world and they rate BIC as world's best track

    The moment you exit the apex at C1 you realise it's going to be fast challenging and it will throw everything to test the mettle of the machine and man.

    Silverstone track in Britain isn't bad but if you have ability to remain stable at 250+KMPH you will do great

    It's sentul track 2.0
     
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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    Not to forget those independence referendums they keep having here and then.

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    SREEKAR well known member.... Senior Member

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    Stupid people stupid acts............
     
  9. Haldiram

    Haldiram Senior Member Senior Member

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    The EU has proposed £6 as the entree fee for UK citizens entering the EU after Brexit. That'll cost UK workers a cumulative of 500 million £ every week when they travel to and from work.

    BREAKING NEWS: outrage as people who voted to abolish free movement discover that abolishing free movement means that movement will no longer be free.

    :hehe:


    But wait there's more...

    The EU is throwing out Britain from their satellite navigation program.

    British ministers have been left furious after the bloc said the UK’s role in the £9billion Galileo system was up for negotiation, despite Britain being one of the biggest investors in it.

    Officials are seeking advice on whether the UK may be able to retrieve the £1.2billion in taxpayer funds that have been dedicated to the programme.

    The crown is now slowly realizing that actions have consequences. Surprising, right?

    The Brits have even isolated themselves from Unkil. All of this arrogance, based on an inflow of Chinese money. China is now the largest infrastructure builder in the UK. They are building roads, homes, and even nuclear reactors and treating the Brits like their personal bitch.

    Chinese builders to construct 15,000 new UK homes

    Chinese company behind new UK nuclear power plant 'refused to give security details to British authorities'
     
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    Chikis built nuclear reactor and refused to give details to british official. Thats the bold move.
     
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    Poverty in Britain
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    What’s the challenge?

    Britain is the world’s fifth richest country, yet poverty in Britain is rising. With paid work failing to reduce poverty for many, how can Britain best tackle this growing issue?

    Poverty is “people whose resources are so seriously below those commanded by the average individual or family that they are, in effect, excluded from ordinary living patterns, customs and activities.”

    Source: Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research

    Facts

    • 2.1 million: The number of children in Britain currently living in poverty in working households, where at least one adult is working.
    • 60%: The percentage of poor adults who live in working households in Britain
    • 10.9 million: people identified as ‘poor’ in Britain in 2008/9 based on their household income before housing costs.
    • London is one of the most unequal places in the UK
    • 2.2 million: The number of pensioners who currently live in poverty in Britain
    • Britain has a higher proportion of its population living in relative poverty than most other EU countries
    Sources: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2010, IPPR, 2010, Oxfam
     
  12. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    I don't think that I'm gonna buy it. It's more like relative poverty, much higher than our poverty line as British people are flithy rich.

    The case is different that poverty is on steep dive in Asia while on rise in Africa & Europe, I don't think Europe going to have it worse than our ratio anytime soon.
     
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    You should also factor in the cost of living. These folks are homeless because they cannot afford a house in the country of their residence. That means they do not have the means to sufficiently house, feed, clothe and educate themselves in that country.

    It's immaterial whether they are "richer" than the poor elsewhere, because they ARE NOT moving elsewhere, they are staying in Britain and suffering from poverty there.
     
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    This reminds me. Just to take a piss in germany & other European countries at any public toilet, you have to shell out half a Euro. That is Rs. 35 approx. If you get caught pissing outside, you get fined minimum 100 euros.

    So there. The costing is different. Hence poverty in UK & India can't be compared.
     
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    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Agreed but such people live in India too, in a higher percentage unless government comes with numbers on its housing scheme.
    I think I used "poverty increasing in Europe & Africa while declining in East" for a reason.
    Though effects will be worst in already broken Africa. Economic growths have been outpaced by population growth rates.
     
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    The point is poverty has to be viewed differently across nations chiefly because of the cost-of-living, which is what pushes people in (or out) of poverty. If someone is unable to properly feed, clothe, live and/or educate themselves in a country, they are poor by the standards of that country.

    India has many poor and that poverty has many causal factors. That is true for each country, but India does not go around preaching to others about their poverty levels and what they ought to do about it. In Britain, there are a substantial number of folks that cannot seem to get rid of the colonial hangover. And it manifests as snide and petulant remarks and whining about everything with a tinge of nostalgia.

    You remind them that Britain is no longer the predominant power in the world and the empire is no longer what it was and thus, Britain does not have the economic or political muscle to project their worldview over others.

    Such people will only reply, "More's the pity."
     
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    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Live Footage of Britain leaving EU!
     
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    LOL. HOw do they justify such a thing? The rapists have rights too ? Only as long as the rapists are porkis right ?
     
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    Good
    He didnt dieded..............................................
     
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