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Dreams of 1995

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  1. No worries isp, I got as much For what it is worth I have always and will always be on the side of a free Palestine. No people deserve to be second class citizens and no one deserves to have their history and culture erased. The U.K. have a big part to play in what has happened, and I only hope in the future we remedy it by having a big part to play in the solution. I doubt it though. Too much at stake £££.
  2. Woah, easy there Pedro. I said it was depraved, the only thing I was saying is that it isn’t recent to the current crisis. You didn’t make it clear. Yes you would. Why are you trying to turn an innocent comment into me defending the actions of those Israelis?
  3. Depraved yes but also from quite a number of years ago. This isn’t a new article.
  4. What is going on in Gaza is war crimes. The place is an open air prison. I would turn radical if they decided to annex England tomorrow to occupy and erase our history. Firing indiscriminately is wrong. But that shouldn’t excuse Israel using substantially more firepower to flatten a defenceless population.
  5. Just because you say it, it doesn’t make it true. The biggest contributor to vaccine donations around the world is the Covax scheme, delivering 60+million doses around the world. To date the US, Germany and U.K. are the biggest contributors to that scheme. The serum institute in India is the biggest manufacturer. China have definitely been a player in the contribution of vaccines globally but mostly restricted to areas involved in their Belt and Road initiative. Some would call it soft diplomacy but in my eyes the results are the same. Your comments are disingenuo
  6. Fair enough, I was just wary of steering the topic from U.K. politics to a quite niche discussion about China / Russia. Stone wall is a fair assessment. The whole Skirpal poisoning was quite clearly an act of aggression from a nation that are not averse to throwing their weight around. Russian warplanes illegally enter British air space regularly and such “war games” seem to be the flavour of the times in the Kremlin. Proxy warfare in the Crimea and the murder of the South Ossettians in Georgia - the evidence is there for all to see. Putin is not averse to brute force. Whoev
  7. I don't want to clog this thread up with yet another huge post about a subject which clearly only you and I are really interested in. What you have done there is cherry pick the information you want to respond to. You have ignored and in fact deleted the statistics surrounding detention facilities, destruction of Islamic worshipping sites including mosques and historical venues and ignored the arrest statistics and Xinjiang Aid controversy. Instead focusing on a fraction of the argument which you think can be debunked. From data provided by the Chinese Communist Party over 500,000 childre
  8. Well that just blatantly isn't true and in the common theme of the thread: Where is your back up to suggest that is the case?
  9. Selling Rothwell to keep Armstrong doesn’t make any sense to me. There’s a player in Rothwell I think. He picks the ball from deep and can hurt teams. He is anonymous far too much but i would like to see him under a new manager before pinning that entirely on him. Don’t sell either and use the owners ‘deep pockets’ to sign some cheques LOL
  10. I’ll take that as confirmation you haven’t got a clue about what you are going on about Why would a man hope to see another man tried in front of international courts if he didn’t think he was a criminal? 😂 Then again, the type of bloke you come across as, who knows? The only certain thing we do know is that you haven’t got a clue what you are going on about so kindly keep shtum.
  11. It’s a shame that one has to do this for a grown man. The above quotes seem to suggest that you think the war was illegal, that Blair was responsible for illegality and that hopefully he will be tried in international court. So by your own posts you seem to have made out like you believe the war is illegal and that he has a case to answer for in international courts. My question was very simple but one you couldn’t answer. I asked for a one sentence reply to avoid this usual tittle tattle that comes with you (you even tried to bait den but he is more sensible than I!!)
  12. What ever helps you sleep at night I asked the right question. You just didn’t know the answer
  13. Thanks Ewood. The UN Charter is quite an expansive piece of international law. So what exact piece of law did Blair break? For a man to be a criminal he must have broken a certain enforceable law @Hoochie Bloochie Mama next time just ask EA for help. I’ll go through it with him instead as you are incapable.
  14. Honestly, read it back yourself, what law has he broke? You mention international court and “the war is illegal” but what law? And I asked for a one-sentence reply from you to try and alleviate the need to sift through your usual crap. But clearly you’ve managed to turn one sentence into at least 3 posts. A final time: what piece of written law has Blair broken?
  15. You said he has broke the law. What law?
  16. Out of interest if the war is illegal then what law did he break? A one sentence reply will do
  17. Unverified 'tittle tattle' is how you dismiss a bloke telling a story about the treatment of his innocent children. If that isn't bias then I don't know what is. It is very easy for a state like China to attribute 'terror status' to an ethnic minority they are actively persecuting. https://committees.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/13683/pdf/ As this written evidence states, the glorious PRC are yet to allow an independent observer into the region. I wonder why? https://www.hrw.org/report/2021/04/19/break-their-lineage-break-their-roots/chinas-crimes-against-humanity-targeting#_
  18. I would concur with oldjamfan in that your first sentence is incredibly harsh. Nay, I'll go further, incredibly untrue. This is a letter which aims to open a line of communication with Venkys. In that respect the language and structure isn't poor. It is clear, considerate, concise and correct. It isn't emotional and only deals with facts. If you do write as a living then I am sure you could do better. Although I would argue that writing for a living is considerably different to opening lines of communication / correspondence relating to negotiation. Part of my day job is drafting such let
  19. It really is amazing that Blackburn has never seemed to be out of the 'high risk' category. Or is it? Once again it is looking like restrictions might be lifted at a time when Blackburn is one of the "worst hit areas" in the country. It is quite clear that something is not going right there. Even if the incidence is at levels lower than previous, it is still one of a few anomalies in rising cases / prevalence of a new strain. Extrapolate that over higher cases of incidence and it would stand to reason Blackburn will continue to be above other areas. This has been the case throughout this
  20. Things like this will. It is because those people don't understand there are methods which may work and methods which may not work. Had this letter been a slanging match in which Mowbray, Waggot and Venus took pelters, I am sure it would have gone down better. It certainly would not have gone down better with the people that are important in this - Venkys. Like it or not any communication with them has to appeal to them. It has to make sense for them to engage. I saw a gentleman post on Facebook about how it was "poorly written". Given how he delivered his message I thought "pot kett
  21. Well this is the thing isn't it. Due to the lack of transparency within China you will always be able to claim 'unverified'. https://www.amnesty.org.uk/press-releases/china-uyghur-children-sent-orphan-camps-xinjiang?utm_source=google&utm_medium=grant&utm_campaign=BRD_AWA_GEN_dynamic-search-ads&utm_content= Here are some further heartbreaking stories of exiled Uighers explaining their childrens' treatment at the hands of the glorious PRC. I guess they are lying (or unverified) too? I have been to China - so have you? - and you know damn well they have not eradicated a
  22. I do think it’s a good thing - just that what you posted was a half truth. Another poster dealt with that though. Well that’s fine. You have very strong feelings about developed nations engaging in war / military intervention but do not seem to have the same thought process for every nation or case. Expect to be called out on it whenever you post about your disapproval. Does not make us obsessed, it is just we are replacing your role and you are replacing Chaddys role in highlighting blatant hypocrisy 🙂
  23. How about direct testimony: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2020/sep/04/muslim-minority-teacher-50-tells-of-forced-sterilisation-in-xinjiang-china https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-53650246 https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/china-xinjiang-uighur-muslims-internment-camps-report-b481753.html%3famp Above link is from Beijing’s own report about “labour camps” https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/muslim-woman-describes-horrors-of-chinese-concentration-camp-2019-10%3famp Hone
  24. No. I’m not obsessed. It is you who posts silly things about their vaccine diplomacy to prove whatever points you want, or in the past have defended them governments when the topic for discussion has been their criminal acts. I understand what the topic is but all I, and other posters, are saying is that your opinion in spite of legal findings is completely contradictory to the stances you take on foreign governments. I actually commend your opinion on Blair and the Iraq war leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. It just rings a little hollow in comparison to your thoughts g
  25. Genuinely don’t think 47er is obsessed with Putin but more struggling to grasp your hypocrisy when it comes to condemning international politicians. You seem to have very strong feelings about the Iraq war, even to the point of disregarding legal findings. Yet when in the past you have had discussions about Russian aggression either in Eastern Europe, or the defence of Assad’s regime with chemical weapons, or even the Chinese govt and the Uighers, you seem to have a completely different view of things and instead point towards a lack of legal findings. Or, in some cases, completely d
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