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From the Good-old (doesn't Guard)ian: Hard Remain daily Corbyn smears, Jingoism for Women, Climate crisis, the horrific death of Mariam Moustafa in Nottingham. And in other news, some tory men in suits playing intellectually-dishonest disingenuous political and verbal tennis.   Share:  
Thrust of argument: Worst things first, in Nottingham, a girl the Guardian describes as an "Egyptian student" was assaulted by a "gang" of what the Independent calls four teenage girls. Her later death is, the Guardian mentions, "not legally linked" to the incident.

The Independent explains: << Mariam Moustafa suffered a stroke, which left her in a coma after being "pushed so hard" that she was slammed against a bus shelter in Nottingham last February, and died almost a month later. >>

A horrific incident. The papers assert that the courts spared the children guilty of what presumably one can call grievous bodily harm (or is that not 'legally linked' to what they did?) jail sentences and 'criminalisation'. One, aged 20, was ordered to do << 40 hours unpaid work >> which is the equivalent of about a week of work at any job anyone here has ever done, presumably. On average.

<< Dobbin and the others were either filming the incident or laughing while watching events unfold >> one or other of those papers mentions. I'll leave you with those facts (unless you feel you should read more, via the links below). That's all rather grim. And the question I am wondering is whether or not you, or anyone, feels that the girl who died has received any justice. And then of course people will ask, when gathering data and 'statistics', whether she'd have received such justice if she had some sort of 'different name'. That's an interesting question I think.

Back to the media roundup, though.
Direction of resistance / implied resistance: So, as well as spotlighting a particularly grim event, perhaps not making much comment about the apparent leniency of the sentence, going along with justifications, the Guardian (I'll check the Independent tomorrow) naturally (as well as a trivial main feature about tory boys and their pantomine) make sure they 'cover' the latest news on Corbyn and 'Brexit' - ie the pursuit of 'hard remain' - the need to force all voters to vote remain, somehow, or undo the referendum which was, after all, a tactic by Cameron, Clegg, Lib dems, Blairites, all the nasty racist shit-heads I loathe because they're morally bankrupt and need to evolve, to destroy Corbyn - they fully believed the referendum would lead to a remain outcome and also destroy Labour, instead it did the opposite (Old Pauline Kenneth Baker was gloating about it at the time of the referendum, look up his article - he was 100% wrong - his predictions for Labour all happened to Conservatives and what he thought would happen to the Conservatives happened to Labour and Cameron had to resign and the Tories are broken forever!)

"fractious and inconclusive" are the keywords the Guardian wants its smurf-hoob drones to be indoctrinated into perceiving Corbyn as.

" a more wholehearted remain stance" is what the Hard Remainers call their extremist position!

The rest of the Guardian article is apparently just a dinner party list or advert for various celebrities working in the MP sector. Just your usual tedious press release.

 

 

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Removal of resistance: In even more terrible news, generally:

<< We have to not only slow down greenhouse gas emissions, we have to reverse them. That is the challenge for the next 20 years. >>

Widespread mayhem bearing down on our backward species.
Unification: And then the total dross, for example "Women's World Cup" - I think I'll have to share some Chomsky on Sport with you asap.

Looking forward to writing, asap, some more roundup of Guardian front page, other sections, not just main news headline.

As for Tory boys, I'm sure whatever it is the Guardian says you already know, or don't care, which is more sensible.

The Hard Remain fiasco, the climate disaster and the growing violence and immorality throughout our society, particularly among the young, are the main headline news in the Guardian right now.

And for the Trident-lovers out there, chew on this from the Guardian you risk-taking ace-of-spades-singing suicidal nutters: << The Pentagon believes using nuclear weapons could "create conditions for decisive results and the restoration of strategic stability", according to a new nuclear doctrine adopted by the US joint chiefs of staff last week.

The document, entitled Nuclear Operations, was published on 11 June, and was the first such doctrine paper for 14 years. Arms control experts say it marks a shift in US military thinking towards the idea of fighting and winning a nuclear war - which they believe is a highly dangerous mindset.

"Using nuclear weapons could create conditions for decisive results and the restoration of strategic stability," the joint chiefs' document says. "Specifically, the use of a nuclear weapon will fundamentally change the scope of a battle and create conditions that affect how commanders will prevail in conflict." >>

You've focused on the bogey man so long, you trident-loving self-destructive crazies, you have totally failed to control the serial killer (the USA) in the room! You total Baldricks.

In other Baldrick news, Berger the Labour MP who with a bunch of others formed what we in the Reggae Community call "The Tinges Are Funny Corporation LLC". Within an hour of formation, a member of this new group of MPs, all being thrown out of Labour, all facing reselection, had disgraced herself and outed herself as a racist. Another then tried to justify her racism, saying she 'mis-spoke'. Now they've all jumped their own mini-ship, apparently, and are turning Lib Dem - those Lib Dems will clearly work with any racists at all. So 'hard remainers' remember - those Lib Dems will as readily work with Farage or Johnson as with Berger or Umunna. you can rely on their dishonesty and disloyalty, not on ANY policy. Policies come and go for people like them. To avoid Hard Brexit you have to ensure Corbyn gets in, I would guess! Good luck.
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From the Good-old (doesn't Guard)ian: Hard Remain daily Corbyn smears, Jingoism for Women, Climate crisis, the horrific death of Mariam Moustafa in Nottingham. And in other news, some tory men in suits playing intellectually-dishonest disingenuous political and verbal tennis.

Worst things first, in Nottingham, a girl the Guardian describes as an "Egyptian student" was assaulted by a "gang" of what the Independent calls four teenage girls. Her later death is, the Guardian mentions, "not legally linked" to the incident.

The Independent explains: << Mariam Moustafa suffered a stroke, which left her in a coma after being "pushed so hard" that she was slammed against a bus shelter in Nottingham last February, and died almost a month later. >>

A horrific incident. The papers assert that the courts spared the children guilty of what presumably one can call grievous bodily harm (or is that not 'legally linked' to what they did?) jail sentences and 'criminalisation'. One, aged 20, was ordered to do << 40 hours unpaid work >> which is the equivalent of about a week of work at any job anyone here has ever done, presumably. On average.

<< Dobbin and the others were either filming the incident or laughing while watching events unfold >> one or other of those papers mentions. I'll leave you with those facts (unless you feel you should read more, via the links below). That's all rather grim. And the question I am wondering is whether or not you, or anyone, feels that the girl who died has received any justice. And then of course people will ask, when gathering data and 'statistics', whether she'd have received such justice if she had some sort of 'different name'. That's an interesting question I think.

Back to the media roundup, though.

So, as well as spotlighting a particularly grim event, perhaps not making much comment about the apparent leniency of the sentence, going along with justifications, the Guardian (I'll check the Independent tomorrow) naturally (as well as a trivial main feature about tory boys and their pantomine) make sure they 'cover' the latest news on Corbyn and 'Brexit' - ie the pursuit of 'hard remain' - the need to force all voters to vote remain, somehow, or undo the referendum which was, after all, a tactic by Cameron, Clegg, Lib dems, Blairites, all the nasty racist shit-heads I loathe because they're morally bankrupt and need to evolve, to destroy Corbyn - they fully believed the referendum would lead to a remain outcome and also destroy Labour, instead it did the opposite (Old Pauline Kenneth Baker was gloating about it at the time of the referendum, look up his article - he was 100% wrong - his predictions for Labour all happened to Conservatives and what he thought would happen to the Conservatives happened to Labour and Cameron had to resign and the Tories are broken forever!)

"fractious and inconclusive" are the keywords the Guardian wants its smurf-hoob drones to be indoctrinated into perceiving Corbyn as.

" a more wholehearted remain stance" is what the Hard Remainers call their extremist position!

The rest of the Guardian article is apparently just a dinner party list or advert for various celebrities working in the MP sector. Just your usual tedious press release.

In even more terrible news, generally:

<< We have to not only slow down greenhouse gas emissions, we have to reverse them. That is the challenge for the next 20 years. >>

Widespread mayhem bearing down on our backward species.

And then the total dross, for example "Women's World Cup" - I think I'll have to share some Chomsky on Sport with you asap.

Looking forward to writing, asap, some more roundup of Guardian front page, other sections, not just main news headline.

As for Tory boys, I'm sure whatever it is the Guardian says you already know, or don't care, which is more sensible.

The Hard Remain fiasco, the climate disaster and the growing violence and immorality throughout our society, particularly among the young, are the main headline news in the Guardian right now.

And for the Trident-lovers out there, chew on this from the Guardian you risk-taking ace-of-spades-singing suicidal nutters: << The Pentagon believes using nuclear weapons could "create conditions for decisive results and the restoration of strategic stability", according to a new nuclear doctrine adopted by the US joint chiefs of staff last week.

The document, entitled Nuclear Operations, was published on 11 June, and was the first such doctrine paper for 14 years. Arms control experts say it marks a shift in US military thinking towards the idea of fighting and winning a nuclear war - which they believe is a highly dangerous mindset.

"Using nuclear weapons could create conditions for decisive results and the restoration of strategic stability," the joint chiefs' document says. "Specifically, the use of a nuclear weapon will fundamentally change the scope of a battle and create conditions that affect how commanders will prevail in conflict." >>

You've focused on the bogey man so long, you trident-loving self-destructive crazies, you have totally failed to control the serial killer (the USA) in the room! You total Baldricks.

In other Baldrick news, Berger the Labour MP who with a bunch of others formed what we in the Reggae Community call "The Tinges Are Funny Corporation LLC". Within an hour of formation, a member of this new group of MPs, all being thrown out of Labour, all facing reselection, had disgraced herself and outed herself as a racist. Another then tried to justify her racism, saying she 'mis-spoke'. Now they've all jumped their own mini-ship, apparently, and are turning Lib Dem - those Lib Dems will clearly work with any racists at all. So 'hard remainers' remember - those Lib Dems will as readily work with Farage or Johnson as with Berger or Umunna. you can rely on their dishonesty and disloyalty, not on ANY policy. Policies come and go for people like them. To avoid Hard Brexit you have to ensure Corbyn gets in, I would guess! Good luck.



https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/[..]-bus-stop-attack-nottingham-a8966496.html
https://www.theguardian.com/global/2019/jun/19/four-teenagers-spared-jail-after-bus-stop-attack-on-student
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/19/labour-mps-warn-corbyn-not-to-commit-to-second-brexit-referendum
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/jun/19/himalayan-glacier-melting-doubled-since-2000-scientists-reveal
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jun/19/nuclear-weapons-pentagon-us-military-doctrine