The note - once called the currency of corrupt elites - gets a makeover with the image of a computer pioneer.
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Probably deserved for his achievements, but we all know they only put him there because of the gayness.

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Celebrated for his code-cracking work? Obvious lies. Celebrated for being gay, who are you trying to kid?

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I’m for this. Turing was a hero of the second World war and instrumental to the allied victory, yet he was subsequently demonised and hounded to suicide.

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Why do I get the feeling that he was chosen purely because he was gay? And why do I get the feeling that, even though he was gay he is now too privileged for the outrage mob. You clearly need a gay, black, disabled woman (possibly trans too) if they want to have woke wonga!

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Coudln't the find a black lesbian?

Oh, a gay, 'brilliant'. Fucking progressive wankers.

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No such thing as gay if gender is fluid and there is more than two of them...


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2019-29-Mo 10:29:06 am

No such thing as gay if gender is fluid and there are more than two of them...

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If the wanted to put a faggot on the pound note, why didn't they just call together the men from the royal family , throw a fucking dart into the crowd, and use first one they hit?

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Yes he was abnormally gay, but I think he is being celebrated for his intellectual achievements and not the gayness. :)

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Is it Harriett Tubman?

lmao

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I'm only surprised it's not Jimmy Savile.

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