Stopped clocks are right twice a day. This is the dimwit who claimed that the UK was executing people for being gay right up to the 1940s, because she didn't bother to speak to a British lawyer about the legal terminology used. She believed that a verdict 'Guilty - death recorded' meant that the guy was executed, when in fact it meant that while the crime still theoretically carried a death sentence, the judge declined to pass it (as always happened in these cases in later years). Also, the legal term she thought referred solely to gay sex also covered gay rape and child abuse, so child molesters and anal rapists were among the people she was defending. Any British law historian could have told her that.
If only the white racists in Russia and America had funded this scheme, Africa could have conquered the galaxy by now.
Headline should read: "Ageing Slapper Tries to Remain Relevant"
What the UK hilariously calls the "Special Relationship" has always involved the UK cucking itself to American interests to the detriment of its own population. Absolutely nothing has changed here.
Is this Tapper dude the Top Jew or something?
I'll take your word for these people being celebrities, I recognised maybe 4 names in that list of butthurt.
Go and appropriate culture somewhere else, bitch.
Seems like starting a match in a hard contact sport like rugby union with a gesture of submission is setting yourself up for defeat, as England found out last week. Billy Vunipola's team-mates should realise that if their South Sea Islander colleague is okay with them not kneeling, it's time to stop grovelling.
So some millennial nerd is happy for Google to subvert the legislative process in his own country, in return for an easy life? Some people deserve slavery.
They're just trying to see how much people will do to degrade themselves, so they know how much resistance they'll get for the really bad stuff they've got planned.
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