Many British people are ignorant about how racism works. Yet when black people try to explain, our experience is denied, says Guardian columnist Afua Hirsch

Afua, if Britain is so racist why haven't you fucked off to Ghana yet?

Until you can answer that coherently, everything you say is just noise to me.

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In 2008, Democrats nominated for president a first-term U.S. senator with no serious legislative experience, Barack Obama. They nominated him over the long-championed, long-celebrated presumptive heir apparent to the Democratic leadership, Hillary Clinton. Obama was, of course, the first black Democratic nominee, and he would be the first black president. In 2020, 12 years later, we […]

Meanwhile, for America First conservatives, Shapiro IS the "woke police". Ask Nick Fuentes.

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"American women" aren't the ones tasked with cleaning the dried soup or the stale breadcrumbs out of these "sexy, dominant" beards.

I'll stick with what's practical, thanks. Women can go swivel.

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'I’m not particularly interested in taking a male character and having a woman play it,' says longtime James Bond film producer Barbara Broccoli.

I'm sick of the bullshit around James Bond. Just set it in the 1950s and have a square-jawed, masculine British actor play him (I don't know who that would be in 2020, but there must be someone out there). And play it straight, no snarky "Gosh, weren't the 1950s awful" crap.

That would better serve Fleming's legacy than the stuff they are making now. Pretty much everything since Moore has been about "deconstructing" Bond and making him face up to the "modern world". I hanker after a Bond movie where Bond is just played straight.

"Unreconstructed veteran spy/cop/assassin tries to make sense of the Current Year" is a weak comedy trope that's frankly been done to death. It doesn't belong in what is supposed to be a flagship action/thriller franchise.

I'm not sure what Broccoli means by "strong female characters". It's hardly as if writers in the past were falling over themselves to write weak females. "Strong female character" just seems to be shorthand for "bossy, gobby Mary Sue; overtly masculine, and unpleasant and uninteresting to the audience".

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Queen Elizabeth II will host a showdown meeting with Prince Harry on Monday in an attempt to solve the crisis triggered by his bombshell announcement that he and wife Meghan were stepping back from the royal frontline. Other senior royals including Harry's father Prince Charles and brother Prince

Hopefully she's going to tell the pair of them to pack up their stuff and fuck the fuck off.

Sick of hearing about these two.

Imagine mugging off Her Majesty The Queen and thinking you can just keep on living in her castle while you sort your tedious shit out. Cheeky pair of cunts.


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2020-35-Su 02:35:08 pm

Hopefully she's going to tell the pair of them to pack up their stuff and fuck the fuck off.

Sick of hearing about these two.

Imagine mugging off Her Majesty The Queen and thinking you can just keep living in her castle while you sort your tedious shit out. Cheeky pair of cunts.

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The retailer says it ordered too many tight-fitting men's clothes ahead of the busy festive period.

Another case of a retailer not having a clue who its customers are or what they want.

I have been known to occasionally buy jeans from M&S (regular fit only of course) and I'm almost always the youngest customer in the store. By a decade, if not more.

I'm in my 40s.

Who the fuck at M&S thought that their customers were hankering to buy jeans and other clothing in "spray-on" fits?

M&S advertising is diversity central as well. Completely unrepresentative of their customer base.

If M&S survives this decade at all, it will be because of their food outlets in places like railway stations - where it's more of a distress purchase. Not their increasingly dismal and irrelevant clothing offering.


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2020-26-Su 02:26:46 pm

Another case of a retailer not having a clue who its customers are or what they want.

I have been known to occasionally buy jeans from M&S (regular fit only of course) and I'm almost always the youngest customer in the store.

I'm in my 40s.

Who the fuck at M&S thought that their customers were hankering to buy jeans and other clothing in "spray-on" fits?

M&S advertising is diversity central as well. Completely unrepresentative of their customer base.

If M&S survives this decade at all, it will be because of their food outlets in places like railway stations. Not their increasingly dismal and irrelevant clothing offering.

2020-30-Su 02:30:10 pm

Another case of a retailer not having a clue who its customers are or what they want.

I have been known to occasionally buy jeans from M&S (regular fit only of course) and I'm almost always the youngest customer in the store. By a decade, if not more.

I'm in my 40s.

Who the fuck at M&S thought that their customers were hankering to buy jeans and other clothing in "spray-on" fits?

M&S advertising is diversity central as well. Completely unrepresentative of their customer base.

If M&S survives this decade at all, it will be because of their food outlets in places like railway stations. Not their increasingly dismal and irrelevant clothing offering.

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What is even the point of a federal constitution if states can just lock people up for whatever they like.

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Why do hair salons charge women more for a haircut - and are barbers allowed to turn them away?

How is this any different to the "wax the balls" "lady"? If, as a female, you go into a male space expecting to be served as if you were a dude, you should expect short shrift.

Women can't have their cake and eat it. If you're willing to waltz into male-only barbers, you can't complain if a balls-out tranny (or heck, just a straight-up guy) is flapping his wang around in the ladies' room.

The real reason that male barbers don't want to have to serve you, ladies, is that they do not want to deal with your shit. The kind of shit which is smeared all over this article. They want to speak to, and treat, men like men - and not have to worry about saying the wrong thing (the chance of which approaches 100% the longer a man speaks to a woman), or being perceived as "lesbophobic" or "misogynistic" or whatever idea has found its way into your pea brains this week.


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2020-48-Fr 05:48:44 pm

How is this any different to the "wax the balls" "lady"? If, as a female, you go into a male space expecting to be served as if you were a dude, you should expect short shrift.

Women can't have their cake and eat it. If you're willing to waltz into male-only barbers, you can't complain if a balls-out tranny (or heck, just a straight-up guy) is flapping his wang around in the ladies' room.

The real reason that male barbers don't want to have to serve you, ladies, is that they do not want to deal with your shit. The kind of shit which is smeared all over this article. They want to speak to, and treat, men like men - and not have to worry about saying the wrong thing, or being perceived as "lesbophobic" or "misogynistic" or whatever idea has found its way into your pea brains this week.

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The third MP to join the contest says Labour members are "ready to try something different".

Do it, Jess. I'll have the popcorn ready.

I thought Thornberry took the biscuit in terms of most unpleasant and unlikeable candidate to be leader, but Jess Phillips can actually give her a run for her money.

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Some models were driven to the verge of suicide after the porn website reneged on privacy promises.

These women weren't "tricked" into appearing in porn. They quite willingly spread their legs and choked on cock on camera.

They were fed a BS and implausible story about the likely market for the videos, and they bought it. One born every minute, as they say.

If I act in a low-budget movie thinking only 5 people would see it, and that movie then becomes a box-office smash raking in hundreds of millions, can I sue? If not, why not?

What's so different about it? Is it because porn is immoral and damaging? Surely not. That's not the line we've been given by the you-know-whos in the porn industry.

Where the fuck does "privacy" come into it? This material was filmed for paying customers to watch, and they knew this. There is nothing "private" about it.

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