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13 hours ago, Trucking Funt said:

I will sit up through the night to see the Trump/Biden debate. Trump fucking annihilated Clinton and she still had all her faculties about her. I'm sure somebody is stood behind that cunt Biden pushing a lever so his eyes occasionally move and he repeats the same phrases. I pissed myself at his first live press conference after being hidden away for 3 months behind Zoom and carefully scripted questions. He tried to ape Trump's familiar hairdryer treatment of hostile journos but completely forgot the insult he was going to use.

The CNN and MSNBC saturation slagging of Trump has completely backfired. Tucker Carlsen and Sean Hannity on Fox have been demolishing ratings records all over the place because they've graphically illustrated the collusion between the Democrats and the Marxist loons torching businesses and pulling down statues of people most yanks were taught to admire in school. Woke companies even pulled their advertising in an attempt to shut them down but Murdoch told them to get fucked and Trump's Rushmore speech has complimented this by installing a sense of fear in the majority of worse to come if Biden gets in.

All Trump has to do over the next several months is begin rounding up the cunts behind the rioting and highlight their connections to the Democrats then not fuck up in the debates with Biden. As long as he doesn't say something like "all niggers should be lynched", it should be a landslide in November.

The problem is that Pelosi, Nadler, Schumer et al know that Bidens game is up if he goes head to head with Trump live. So they’re now pushing for no live debates and to have virtual Zoom debates instead using the bat flu as the reason. They can then have Bidon looking straight at a Teleprompter reading what his puppet masters want him to say. He may not even be mentally capable of that but the Dems are so desperate for him not to be out in public embarrassing himself by talking like a retarded spastic that they are working flat out with the Fake News media to rig the debates by any means they can get away with.  But as you say Trump will wipe the floor with him if he is given the chance to take him on. 

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41 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

I am from peasant stock and fucking proud of it and I'll have a game of trivial pursuit with you anytime you like. Fuck off!

He doesn’t know how to play trivial pursuit. He tried Cluedo once but he thought that the golfer did it with a dildo in the gents toilet. (which actually turned out to be true.)

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1 hour ago, Dawn Chorus said:

I will be honest Stubby .. I would rather talk to you. Free the Norfolk one.

He thinks you're a cunt as well.

Whenever you attempt to debate something half interesting it's obvious you know fuck all about the subject as proven by @Major Cunt making you look a proper titend. Stick to tolling, name dropping and doxing me and generally being a dull humour vacuum that drives this site down the shitter. Failing that, kill yourself 

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4 minutes ago, Stubby Pecker said:

He thinks you're a cunt as well.

Whenever you attempt to debate something half interesting it's obvious you know fuck all about the subject as proven by @Major Cunt making you look a proper titend. Stick to tolling, name dropping and doxing me and generally being a dull humour vacuum that drives this site down the shitter. Failing that, kill yourself 

What about the Magpie?

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13 hours ago, Dawn Chorus said:

You are a halfwit.

Jealousy will get you nowhere. 

You’ve already over achieved. Stick to being a quarter wit and be thankful.

Fuck off.

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On 09/07/2020 at 10:46, Trucking Funt said:

It may be a secret ballot but it's a piece of piss to find out if somebody is registered with a political party. It's well known that Democrat activists attend Republican rallies for the sole purpose of identifying people who may work for local government in majority democrat areas. If discovered they're then hounded out of their jobs and personal details are passed to ANTIFA weirdos who then send them hate mail among other things, their children are victimized at school by lefty teachers and bullied my minority children. There have also been numerous instances of businesses owned by Democrat donors sacking known republican voters for petty things and for racist behavior based purely on the unsubstantiated allegations made by someone who simply hates the republican party. Many republicans in states that have voted democrat for the last several decades simply don't bother voting because it just isn't worth the risk regardless of the secrecy of it.

Despite your anthology of half-truths and half-baked spin the GoP still has thirty million party members - the way you put it one would be forgiven in thinking Republican members would have gone into hiding and buried all the MAG hats in secret locations.

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31 minutes ago, Mrs Roops said:

Despite your anthology of half-truths and half-baked spin the GoP still has thirty million party members - the way you put it one would be forgiven in thinking Republican members would have gone into hiding and buried all the MAG hats in secret locations.

Try going for a stroll through Portland or Berkeley wearing a MAGA hat then count the bottles that get thrown at you.

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37 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

Try going for a stroll through Portland or Berkeley wearing a MAGA hat then count the bottles that get thrown at you.

...such is the power of Trump toxicity.

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20 hours ago, King Billy said:

The problem is that Pelosi, Nadler, Schumer et al know that Bidens game is up if he goes head to head with Trump live. So they’re now pushing for no live debates and to have virtual Zoom debates instead using the bat flu as the reason. They can then have Bidon looking straight at a Teleprompter reading what his puppet masters want him to say. He may not even be mentally capable of that but the Dems are so desperate for him not to be out in public embarrassing himself by talking like a retarded spastic that they are working flat out with the Fake News media to rig the debates by any means they can get away with.  But as you say Trump will wipe the floor with him if he is given the chance to take him on. 

Indeed, the democrats it seems are about to embark on one of the most cynical election campaigns in US history after orchestrating nationwide civil unrest and I thought Labour were a bunch of power hungry cunts!

The worse case scenario here of course is if it actually works and Biden wins. You will have a ventriloquist dummy controlled by that evil cunt Pelosi who has already said she's going to kibosh the US/UK trade deal making it more likely that Boris will cave in to the EU. If that's the case, I'm selling up and fucking off because I'm not paying my taxes to live in an EU vassal state at the mercy of shitholes like Romania, Bulgaria and Slovakia. 

 

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Ha, ha, ha!

Excellent. Wankers in Brussels are singing a different tune. Welcome to the club.

 

European tour tests Chinese foreign minister's pulling power

The reassessment of China highlighted by Wang Yi’s trip has political, economic and security implications

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

Wed 2 Sep 2020 05.00 BSTLast modified on Wed 2 Sep 2020 05.59 BST

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 China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, and his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, exchange an ‘elbow bump’ in Berlin, Germany. Photograph: Michael Sohn/Anadolu Agency/Getty

The Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi did not exactly end his week-long European tour with his tail between his legs but he may have been chastened if he ever believed Beijing could simply win over Europe by pointing to the extremist cold war rhetoric of Europe’s natural ally America.

The five-nation tour surely marked the end of an era where China can any longer get away with simple homilies on win-win solutions, multilateralism and non-interference in another’s internal affairs. Pointing to Donald Trumpis also no longer enough to win European friends.

Instead at every stop on his tour Wang was reminded by the presence of Hong Kong pro-democracy activists that China may now pay a political price for imposing new security laws in Hong Kong and suspending elections there, and insisting that detained Uighur Muslims are simply going through some beneficial work experience training.

The question is whether that political price will transform into an economic price.

Nathan Law, the self-exiled Hong Kong activist, travelled to both Italy and Germany to put a human face to the suppression in Hong Kong, and to argue that the policy of engagement had failed and needed revising.

Sometimes lengthy press encounters in France, Germany and Norway did not go the foreign minister’s way, leading him to threaten Norway if the independent Nobel peace jury gave a prize to Chinese human rights activists. In Berlin, the most important leg of the visit due to Germany’s leadership role, the minister had to defend himself after threatening the Czechs with an unspecified high price after the speaker of the Czech senate “shortsightedly” visited Taiwan.

Heiko Maas, the German foreign minister, ran through the card with Wang, saying such threats were not appropriate, calling for the Hong Konglegislative elections “quickly and unhindered” and urging the withdrawal of the new security law.

A reassessment of China is having wider security implications. Germanyfollowing France’s lead is due shortly to publish a strategy for the Indo-Pacific region that will reinforce Berlin’s defence ties with India, Japan and Australia. Maas knows he is hardly working against the tide of public opinion. Polls show the more the public examine China’s response to Covid-19 the less they like it.

But the foreign minister will be pleased that no new specific sanctions were spelled out, and Huawei remains in contention for providing Germany’s 5G network. He will also have noted China’s continued pulling power. He was greeted by the president of France, the prime minister of Norway, and spoke by phone with the Italian prime minister. Only in the Netherlands and Germany did he have to settle for a meeting with his opposite number. Overall, Wang was hardly feted but nor was he shunned.

He will have noted that the European Union’s patience is wearing thin with the unfulfilled promise of equal access to China’s market, and an end to Chinese state subsidies. Talks over a new investment agreement remain deadlocked and will be raised again at an EU-China virtual summit on 17 September. Inside the commission there is a growing awareness that connectivity with China may have gone too far.

The pandemic has above all revealed an over-dependence on external supplies, not just of health products but also strategic minerals such as lithium and cobalt in which China specialises. The talk in Brussels may not be US-style decoupling, but diversification is a goal.

China’s betting will probably remain that the EU needs China more than China needs the EU, but the foreign minister, an astute


Couldn’t quite add the link. the Today’s article in The Guardian.
 

 

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24 minutes ago, White Cunt said:

Ha, ha, ha!

Excellent. Wankers in Brussels are singing a different tune. Welcome to the club.

 

European tour tests Chinese foreign minister's pulling power

The reassessment of China highlighted by Wang Yi’s trip has political, economic and security implications

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

Wed 2 Sep 2020 05.00 BSTLast modified on Wed 2 Sep 2020 05.59 BST

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 China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, and his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, exchange an ‘elbow bump’ in Berlin, Germany. Photograph: Michael Sohn/Anadolu Agency/Getty

The Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi did not exactly end his week-long European tour with his tail between his legs but he may have been chastened if he ever believed Beijing could simply win over Europe by pointing to the extremist cold war rhetoric of Europe’s natural ally America.

The five-nation tour surely marked the end of an era where China can any longer get away with simple homilies on win-win solutions, multilateralism and non-interference in another’s internal affairs. Pointing to Donald Trumpis also no longer enough to win European friends.

Instead at every stop on his tour Wang was reminded by the presence of Hong Kong pro-democracy activists that China may now pay a political price for imposing new security laws in Hong Kong and suspending elections there, and insisting that detained Uighur Muslims are simply going through some beneficial work experience training.

The question is whether that political price will transform into an economic price.

Nathan Law, the self-exiled Hong Kong activist, travelled to both Italy and Germany to put a human face to the suppression in Hong Kong, and to argue that the policy of engagement had failed and needed revising.

Sometimes lengthy press encounters in France, Germany and Norway did not go the foreign minister’s way, leading him to threaten Norway if the independent Nobel peace jury gave a prize to Chinese human rights activists. In Berlin, the most important leg of the visit due to Germany’s leadership role, the minister had to defend himself after threatening the Czechs with an unspecified high price after the speaker of the Czech senate “shortsightedly” visited Taiwan.

Heiko Maas, the German foreign minister, ran through the card with Wang, saying such threats were not appropriate, calling for the Hong Konglegislative elections “quickly and unhindered” and urging the withdrawal of the new security law.

A reassessment of China is having wider security implications. Germanyfollowing France’s lead is due shortly to publish a strategy for the Indo-Pacific region that will reinforce Berlin’s defence ties with India, Japan and Australia. Maas knows he is hardly working against the tide of public opinion. Polls show the more the public examine China’s response to Covid-19 the less they like it.

But the foreign minister will be pleased that no new specific sanctions were spelled out, and Huawei remains in contention for providing Germany’s 5G network. He will also have noted China’s continued pulling power. He was greeted by the president of France, the prime minister of Norway, and spoke by phone with the Italian prime minister. Only in the Netherlands and Germany did he have to settle for a meeting with his opposite number. Overall, Wang was hardly feted but nor was he shunned.

He will have noted that the European Union’s patience is wearing thin with the unfulfilled promise of equal access to China’s market, and an end to Chinese state subsidies. Talks over a new investment agreement remain deadlocked and will be raised again at an EU-China virtual summit on 17 September. Inside the commission there is a growing awareness that connectivity with China may have gone too far.

The pandemic has above all revealed an over-dependence on external supplies, not just of health products but also strategic minerals such as lithium and cobalt in which China specialises. The talk in Brussels may not be US-style decoupling, but diversification is a goal.

China’s betting will probably remain that the EU needs China more than China needs the EU, but the foreign minister, an astute


Couldn’t quite add the link. the Today’s article in The Guardian.
 

 

Give it a rest WC. Idiot. 

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42 minutes ago, White Cunt said:

Ha, ha, ha!

Excellent. Wankers in Brussels are singing a different tune. Welcome to the club.

 

European tour tests Chinese foreign minister's pulling power

The reassessment of China highlighted by Wang Yi’s trip has political, economic and security implications

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

Wed 2 Sep 2020 05.00 BSTLast modified on Wed 2 Sep 2020 05.59 BST

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41

 China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, and his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, exchange an ‘elbow bump’ in Berlin, Germany. Photograph: Michael Sohn/Anadolu Agency/Getty

The Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi did not exactly end his week-long European tour with his tail between his legs but he may have been chastened if he ever believed Beijing could simply win over Europe by pointing to the extremist cold war rhetoric of Europe’s natural ally America.

The five-nation tour surely marked the end of an era where China can any longer get away with simple homilies on win-win solutions, multilateralism and non-interference in another’s internal affairs. Pointing to Donald Trumpis also no longer enough to win European friends.

Instead at every stop on his tour Wang was reminded by the presence of Hong Kong pro-democracy activists that China may now pay a political price for imposing new security laws in Hong Kong and suspending elections there, and insisting that detained Uighur Muslims are simply going through some beneficial work experience training.

The question is whether that political price will transform into an economic price.

Nathan Law, the self-exiled Hong Kong activist, travelled to both Italy and Germany to put a human face to the suppression in Hong Kong, and to argue that the policy of engagement had failed and needed revising.

Sometimes lengthy press encounters in France, Germany and Norway did not go the foreign minister’s way, leading him to threaten Norway if the independent Nobel peace jury gave a prize to Chinese human rights activists. In Berlin, the most important leg of the visit due to Germany’s leadership role, the minister had to defend himself after threatening the Czechs with an unspecified high price after the speaker of the Czech senate “shortsightedly” visited Taiwan.

Heiko Maas, the German foreign minister, ran through the card with Wang, saying such threats were not appropriate, calling for the Hong Konglegislative elections “quickly and unhindered” and urging the withdrawal of the new security law.

A reassessment of China is having wider security implications. Germanyfollowing France’s lead is due shortly to publish a strategy for the Indo-Pacific region that will reinforce Berlin’s defence ties with India, Japan and Australia. Maas knows he is hardly working against the tide of public opinion. Polls show the more the public examine China’s response to Covid-19 the less they like it.

But the foreign minister will be pleased that no new specific sanctions were spelled out, and Huawei remains in contention for providing Germany’s 5G network. He will also have noted China’s continued pulling power. He was greeted by the president of France, the prime minister of Norway, and spoke by phone with the Italian prime minister. Only in the Netherlands and Germany did he have to settle for a meeting with his opposite number. Overall, Wang was hardly feted but nor was he shunned.

He will have noted that the European Union’s patience is wearing thin with the unfulfilled promise of equal access to China’s market, and an end to Chinese state subsidies. Talks over a new investment agreement remain deadlocked and will be raised again at an EU-China virtual summit on 17 September. Inside the commission there is a growing awareness that connectivity with China may have gone too far.

The pandemic has above all revealed an over-dependence on external supplies, not just of health products but also strategic minerals such as lithium and cobalt in which China specialises. The talk in Brussels may not be US-style decoupling, but diversification is a goal.

China’s betting will probably remain that the EU needs China more than China needs the EU, but the foreign minister, an astute


Couldn’t quite add the link. the Today’s article in The Guardian.
 

 

For your wife's sake I hope she finds you more engaging, WC.

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