Discussion in 'Members Corner' started by Dovah, Nov 5, 2013.
The end of ‘MANkind’? UK army told to avoid gendered words
Quite literally shows what liberal "actually" want
Hope this ain't true
Irony. Poor kid will be fucked all his life.. same as a vagina..
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This insane dumb b8tch is not mentally prepared to be a mother. Government authorities should take away her child.
I feel pity for this kid
So these poor Kids were literally made to EAT PUSSY...........
Nope, daughter wasn't allowed at school for bringing such cookies.
The real question is how didn't the man not discovered that the chick is insane when he was pumping her.
So a real CHUTiya is born................
LOL !!! Museum - Poo-seum
This is a piece of "art"
P!ss of art
Ride sharing system
So what is Bus ?
Bus is a THIRD WORLD word.
Ride sharing system looks like some SOPHISTICATED system apt for First World idiots, since the ride cost per person would be such that In India we could easily afford to hire a whole cab and save some more or easily pay off EMI of a owned Car and Gas for a months ride.................
British Lawmaker Launches Campaign Against India, Claims Minorities Not Safe
Duplicitous Brits now have every corrupt lecher from every part of the world in its safe haven called "London" from which they spread poison to every corner of the world.
How this Porki turd became a "Lord" is anybody's guess.
ISI pays good money to get its monkeys into the "House of Lords". Our Nehruvian ecosystem is still debating with itself whether "House of Lords" sounds too elitist and Brahminical.
Native informants. It is a tried and tested tactic.
"Western Education" is just another euphemism for Euro supremacy.
Some Khali retards were also with him. Then they complain when they get confused with Muslims by whites.
Am I reading this right? Do they really have 150 schools where wearing Hijab is compulsory.
'Punish a Muslim day' letters probed by terror police
11 March 2018
Image captionAnti-hate group Tell Mama shared a picture of a letter it said had been received by people across the UK
Letters encouraging recipients to take part in "Punish a Muslim Day" have reportedly been sent to addresses across the country.
Images of the A4 notes, which contain a list of violent acts alongside a number of points for performing them, have been widely shared online.
They have prompted a chorus of condemnation, with campaigners and MPs describing them as "disturbing".
Counter-terrorism police are treating the letters as a possible hate crime.
'Fear in the community'
Tell Mama UK, which monitors anti-Muslim activity, said it had received reports of people in Bradford, Leicester, London, Cardiff and Sheffield getting the letters.
'Punish a Muslim Day' - we continue to receive reports of letters received from across the country. Now into double figures. Please report them into us at Tell MAMA or to 101. We are working with police forces on this malicious campaign.
Director Iman Atta said: "This has caused quite a lot of fear within the community.
"They are asking if they are safe, if their children are safe to play outdoors.
"We have told them to keep calm and to phone the police if they receive one of these letters."
She said a number of the letters had been posted from Sheffield and bore a similarity to letters sent to mosques in the UK and US in May 2017, which were also posted from Sheffield.
"They are inciting violence against the Muslim community," she said.
Labour MP Naz Shah said several of her constituents in Bradford had received the "hate mail" through their doors.
Ms Shah said the letters were an attempt to instil fear but one that would ultimately fail.
"We stand shoulder by shoulder, and stand side by side, because nothing will divide us," she said.
"This is hatred and it just doesn't work. You know, it's what we do."
She said she had spoken to police, and had been told detectives believed they were dealing with a "linked series of offences".
Naz Shah MP
Counter Terrorism Policing North East said it had received reports of "potentially malicious communications sent to individuals across the UK".
A police spokesperson said: "Counter Terrorism Policing North East are co-ordinating the investigation at this time and will consider any potential links to existing inquiries.
"Anyone with any concerns about a communication they may have received should contact their local police force."
West Yorkshire Police said it had received six reports while South Yorkshire Police said it had received three.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said it had received two reports of letters being sent to people, one in east London and the other in the SW4 area.
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