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CountVonCount Posted on 07/02/2019 19:02
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Discuss. [smi]
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DawnsHandbag Posted on 07/02/2019 19:08

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Pint on me if we ever cross paths.

Thought crime 1984 XXXXXX deferred just that little bit longer every time someone like him is brave enough to start a discussion.
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 07/02/2019 19:44

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Was he Linesman in the Sports Mail? [:O]
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 07/02/2019 19:49

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First proper boyfriend of Julia Roberts. What are the chances of that!
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BilltheCat Posted on 07/02/2019 21:40

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By his own admission he didn't go looking for THE black man he went to assault ANY black man.

Draw your own conclusions.

Mine? He's racist.
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 07/02/2019 21:44

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We’ve all been there.
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cunninglinguist Posted on 07/02/2019 21:58

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He must like it then.
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Dannyboy123 Posted on 07/02/2019 22:48

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not racist. just a human response. very honest as well.
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dsmg Posted on 07/02/2019 23:56

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An eye for an eye gets you absolutely nowhere. If it had been an Australian would he have gone over to Australia and murdered the first Australian he could find? The whole thing is a bit strange, coming out with it after all these years.
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DawnsHandbag Posted on 08/02/2019 01:05

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The only reason we're talking about it is because the man himself brought it up.

It doesn't take much to get deleted by the Ministry these days does it?
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exgaffer Posted on 08/02/2019 01:14

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An eye for an eye is much more effective, and satisfying, than turning the other cheek.

You’ve got to make sure you get the right ‘eye’ though, not just any old one.
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muschi Posted on 08/02/2019 03:36

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Shirley the real question is, how many extra people will go and see his new movie?

Old showbiz adage, no publicity is bad publicity.
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northstandgeorge Posted on 08/02/2019 05:38

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how stupid do you need to be to bring this up. I'm sure most people have made plenty of mistakes in their lives. Not many are stupid enough to needlessly discuss it on TV at the age of 66. As for any publicity being good publicity suggest you look at Kevin Spacey to rule that theory out
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exgaffer Posted on 08/02/2019 07:58

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Trouble is, the film and social media companies get bullied by hysterical on line campaigns by the terminally offended.

Most people don’t give a toss what public figures say or do, as the film companies would discover if they stopped cancelling productions just to appease a few ‘foaming at the mouth’, ‘me too’ types.

Is all this ‘social justice’ bollox resulting in a better world? No, of course it is not. Quite the reverse.
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 08/02/2019 08:22

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Yes Gaffer, what is the world coming to when you can't go out and murder someone, anyone, of the same colour as someone who has wronged you ? It's PC gone mad !

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DawnsHandbag Posted on 08/02/2019 09:03
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Missing the point Deep. The outrage is over the thought, not the act.

The actor brought the subject up to start a debate on unconscious racism and draw attention to his own self-corrected misgivings.

John Barnes has the right idea.

As a society we have got to get out XXXXXX together and be comfortable using the world "black" to describe black people to black people and talk about black people when we are white people.

It starts with calling out acts like this - in ourselves!

Link: If this cause fails then Orwell was right
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MiltonMick Posted on 08/02/2019 09:16

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There will never be 'racial harmony' when you have individuals who actually need racial unrest to exist. The prat that the BBC had on their morning show epitomised that, ranting about 'lynchings', as if we are in the Deep South,and refusing to accept Neesom's later recognition that he was wrong to have had such thoughts. Too many pot stirrers about to suit their own agendas is what Racism is about.
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DawnsHandbag Posted on 08/02/2019 10:28

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Quite right MiltonMick and one side of the coin that needs solving in equal measure.
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exgaffer Posted on 08/02/2019 10:39

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Dawn and Mick spot on.

Deep in ‘missing the point again’ shocker.

You sound like one of the ‘Me Too’ shower Deep, deliberately overstating something in order to stir up discord.

People like you are the problem, not the answer.
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DawnsHandbag Posted on 08/02/2019 10:57

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It's quite ironic really that we are discussing this on a football message board because there are parallels to be drawn between black parents raising their children to have a chip on their shoulder about white people and Pompey parents raising their kids to hate scummers.

Obviously race goes much further and there are subcultures within the arts that deliberately target and perpetuate these views in order to generate profit. Simply put, without racial oppression, you have no Jay Z.

If we want to solve the problem we have to start in our homes. Banning opinions is never going to fly but if we stop teaching our children bullXXXXXX then their generation might have a chance to succeed where ours have failed.
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Bluetag Posted on 08/02/2019 11:08

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Let’s be honest here, how many of us have said “I’m starving I could murder an Indian”. But we never do 😎
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oi_oi_saveloy Posted on 08/02/2019 13:03

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Another fake outrage thread for the delicate people
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 08/02/2019 13:13
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Gaffer

I'd find it hard to know who deserves the most criticism here.

Neeson all those years ago, Neeson now for bringing it up needlessley, Snowflakes for their faux outrage and hystercial over-reaction, or Rednecks reacting equally hysterically to the snowflakes by defending the indefensible.

When you find yourself defending someone for having such overtly racist thoughts just because he did not act on them maybe it is time to have another look at your moral compass.
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oi_oi_saveloy Posted on 08/02/2019 13:30

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So you’re part snowflake part redneck then.
Half man, half biscuit.
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DawnsHandbag Posted on 08/02/2019 13:34

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Still missing the point Deep.

Have another go.
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CountVonCount Posted on 08/02/2019 13:38

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Gaffer have you just admitted you’re a “friend of Harvey’s”?

Just asking Loike.
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first67 Posted on 08/02/2019 13:44

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Savvers in fake outrage at the fake outrage on this thread. It must be a bit damp out there litter picking today in your hi vis orange suit sausage boy.
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 08/02/2019 13:44

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How come nobody calls Blair a racist? He only orchestrated and killed a million and a half Iraqis - and it wasn't 40 years ago when he was in his twenties and blinded by irrational thought. Blair helped to plan the whole thing over months - even the spin.

I've never hear the mainstream media call him racist either, just a Europhile.
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CountVonCount Posted on 08/02/2019 13:57

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Corbynistas do.
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 08/02/2019 14:07

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His remorse was less complicated than Neeson's - His response after contrary evidence racked up was "We acted in good faith". The media seemed to swallow it at the time.
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Tomsk Posted on 08/02/2019 14:15

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I don't think Iraqis are a race
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 08/02/2019 14:19

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Are they a bit like Three in One Oil?
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Isaac-Hunt Posted on 08/02/2019 14:22

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My immediate reaction was...what if the lady in question had said white
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CountVonCount Posted on 08/02/2019 14:25

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The MSM would not call him a racist because “as Blair marched into Iraq the majority of Fleet Street marched with him” as one commentator put it.

Although when Chillicot was published papers like the Telegraph wanted it both ways. The hypocrisy of the British ruling class.
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exgaffer Posted on 08/02/2019 16:21

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Well CVC, if we are applying the same criteria as the ‘Metoo’ movement, then most people on here would fit that category.

If you’re asking if I’ve ever traded lucrative film roles for sexual favours, then no 😎.

Deep missing the point again shocker.

As an aside. I notice that the people squinnying about it now were conspicuous by their silence when they were actually supplying sexual favours in order to land lucrative film roles.

Just saying loike [:D].
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