Tangerine2000 comments

Posted in: Commonwealth should acknowledge past wrongs, says Prince Harry See in context

It must be horrible being married to someone who forces you to say stuff like this. He looks like he has aged a decade over the last couple of years. The foolish lad was warned, but he didn't listen.

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Posted in: England reopens pubs after lockdown See in context

You've got to hand it to Farage. He knows how to live rent free in the heads of those who dislike him.

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Posted in: UK to end quarantine for travelers from 'low-risk' countries See in context

Quarantine for travellers from overseas was never enforced on any level, so I don't see how they can say they are ending it.

Nobody has been fined for not quaratining. People have been allowed to enter the UK as usual for the last 6 months.

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Posted in: Man suspected of stabbing Hong Kong officer arrested on plane about to leave for UK See in context

What's the logic of giving back Hong-Kong but not Gibraltar and the Malvinas ?

Gibraltar and the Falklands are inhabited by British people.

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Posted in: Hire women of color, pay them well, promote them, UK companies are told See in context

White British families were the most likely out of all ethnic groups to receive state support, with 57% doing so.

As they should be. As I said before, Britain is a white country. It would be strange if any other ethnic group was receiving more welfare benefits.

You also nicely completed avoided what I said:

the per capita figures make for interesting reading.

But even what you have posted now proves a point. 81% of the UK is white British, but only 57% of those receiving state support were white (including non-British whites). That's almost 25% under what you'd expect it to be.

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Posted in: Hire women of color, pay them well, promote them, UK companies are told See in context

There are many occasions a company has employment or promotion candidates with equal amounts of academic qualifications, skills and experience.

True, but not personality. It is always different from person to person and a vital component to the hiring process.

In the British working class white males represent the largest racial and gender group.

Yes. As it should be. Britain is a white country.

When you research which groups are not working and are on welfare benefits, the per capita figures make for interesting reading.

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Posted in: Hire women of color, pay them well, promote them, UK companies are told See in context

People should not be denied promotion because of their gender or color of skin, but it happens every day with more promotions for white males. There have been labour court cases in the police force because promotion was denied because of gender or skin color.

This is not happening.

In fact, the opposite is. There are jobs in the UK that white people cannot apply for. The reverse is not true.

All qualified people within a company deserve promotions when they become available. Two people qualified for a promotion, one male, the other female, and the last promotion went to a female, then the male should be considered this time.

No. The best person for the job should get it.

Three people equally qualified for a vacancy. One white male. One white female. One black female. If the company is under represented by gender, then the vacancy should go to one of the women. If the minorities are under represented, then the vacancy should to the black female.

No. The best person for the job should get it. As you said: "People should not be denied promotion because of their gender or color of skin". Not being black shouldn't be a reason for being denied a promotion.

Equal qualifications also doesn't means equal candidates. Experience and personality have to enter the equation.

Hiring based on gender and race should not happen, but it does every day.

It does. White people are denied certain job opportunities. The same can't be said the other way round.

Then there's the old adage that women have time off for babies.

It's not an adage. Woman have to take time off for babies if they want them, which most do.

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Posted in: Japan caught in dilemma with mainland China over Hong Kong See in context

I think it does. The poster who is very anti-China is telling us a little-known, unimaginative and quite lame nickname is supposedly doing the rounds on ‘the web’ I’d say he’s trying to popularize it here. One poster is already very impressed with it.

Job done.

Nah. It's just you trying to make it into something it is not.

The fact that the post has 8 likes and zero dislikes does make you come across as childish for trying to say "That roughly translates as ‘I’m trying to popularize it'".

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Posted in: Japan caught in dilemma with mainland China over Hong Kong See in context

That roughly translates as ‘I’m trying to popularize it’.

I don't think it does.

I think you are doing your usual thing of miscronstruing on purpose because you don't like what's been said.

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Posted in: Hire women of color, pay them well, promote them, UK companies are told See in context

Hiring people based on diversity quotas which are focused on equality of outcome is the most unnatural and offensive way for someone to be/not to be hired.

This isn't even pushing for equality of outcome as it wants over-representation.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police make first arrests under new security law See in context

Just imagine the middle class who can hardly hide their disdain of the working class coming out with: "Haha. Just wait until the Brexiteers find out that 3 million Hong Kongers will soon be in Britain!".

Little do they realise that the middle class is going to replaced by a harder working, more intelligent and productive workforce.

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Posted in: Lockdown returns to English city of Leicester See in context

Leicester last week:

https://twitter.com/Will_Radley/status/1277840039796453376

As it says in the post, you be the judge.

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Posted in: Democrats warn against overconfidence in fight against Trump See in context

I keep seing posts which say "When Trump loses in November" or "When Biden wins by a landslide".

I think it isn't a good idea to set yourself up for repeat of 2016. People have moved further into their own bubbles since then, and they don't hear/talk/know or understand what goes on outside of it as much as they used to. From an outsider's perspective, Trump looks certain to win at this point.

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

This is interesting. You seem very hung up on numbers here. I asked you to back up your statement that ‘more and more people’ are turning against BLM and didn’t get any numbers. I didn’t even get an anecdote in support of this trend.

Do numbers matter or not?

It's not very interesting.

I never said anything about numbers. I just said more and more. If it was 30 before and 50 now, it would still be correct.

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

Did you view the photos with the post, many 100,000's on the beaches.gee!

Really? You counted them all?

conservative MP for Bournemouth claiming half a million (that's 500 x 100) heading to the beaches.

What has 500 x 100 got to with anything? Still only half a million.

Liverpool: Crowds flock to a packed out Formby Beach

'Crowds'. No mentioning of millions here.

You should lay off it now, Zichi.

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

Try reading the news or watching the TV News. All reported on BBC News tonight.

Japan Today's own article on this story this morning used the word 'Thousands' in the headline because that is plausable.

When you say millions (which means at least 2 million), what figure do you believe it to be?

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

Half a million visitors to Dorset means people heading to the beaches especially Bournemouth as stated by the conservative MP.

Hundreds of thousands hit the splendid Formby beaches with police arresting people for not keeping social distancing.

Sources please. Not quotations. Data.

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

"With 1/2 million visitors in Dorset, roads are gridlocked, hindering emergency vehicles & beaches are full - with Dispersal Orders on both piers.

Dorset is a county and not just one big beach.

And now I see it has gone from "millions" down to "1/2 million".

As I thought, you are exaggerating again to try and force a point. Stop posting untruths.

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

Dorset alone has half a million visitors.

On Saturday, Sunday, or both? Or is this in one year?

Please provide a source.

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Posted in: London police attacked for second night after street party See in context

The street party was causing less trouble than the millions who hit the beaches.

Do you have a source to back up the claim it was "millions"?

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Posted in: Thousands cram onto English beaches, defying coronavirus social distancing rules See in context

And in two weeks Boris will be pretending he doesn't know why the spike in Britain is mirroring that of the US.

Because of the BLM rallies?

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Posted in: Thousands cram onto English beaches, defying coronavirus social distancing rules See in context

Why weren't people this concerned when tens of thousands of people held the BLM protest in London a couple of weeks ago?

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka called racist after posting meme in response to COVID-19 cases See in context

True, but it does tend to have a more natural home on the right these days. This isn’t a partisan point.

I'd disagree. It mostly comes from the left.

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Posted in: Hollywood says Black Lives Matter, but more diversity needed See in context

And stop putting black people into historical dramas where there were actually no black people. You wouldn't do it the other way round. It's getting ridiculous.

White history is too white. It must become diverse at all costs.

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Posted in: Britain labels stabbing in town park as terrorism See in context

No! Dual nationality only applies when the person actually has it not if and when they maybe entitled to.

Not talking about that.

If someone has the right to citizenship of another country, they can be stripped of their British one regardless. This precendent has already been set.

I don't know why you are against deporting dangerous terrorists.

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Posted in: Britain labels stabbing in town park as terrorism See in context

Many of them have the right to the citizenship through their parents. Such cases have alreayd been deported on that bases. That means a lot of deporting can get underway.

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Posted in: Britain labels stabbing in town park as terrorism See in context

People who want to hurt or harm citizens or the country, should be deported but there are also British citizens on the watch lists. Should people be deported without a tria

If British citizens with dual nationaility have been arrested have been found guilty of serious offences, then yes, they should be deported.

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Posted in: Britain labels stabbing in town park as terrorism See in context

25,000 suspects on a watch list but only enough police power to watch about 3,000 24/7.

The number is now 40,000.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/terrorism-in-the-uk-number-of-suspects-tops-40-000-after-mi5-rechecks-its-list-pqm6k62ph

Time to start deporting.

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Posted in: Britain labels stabbing in town park as terrorism See in context

The attacker was known to the police. He has erratic behavior. Impossible to prevent these types of violent attacks.

It was entirely preventable.

He had been arrested for serious knife offences (threatening people) before. As soon as he had done that, he should have been stripped of refugee status and deported. Had that happened, the attack would have never taken place.

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Posted in: 3 stabbed to death, 3 injured in UK park; police say motive unclear See in context

The motive hasn’t been established yet. It would be very poor reporting to lead on a headline like that before the facts are in.

Motive? What has that got to do with the headline?

I think you should stop being silly and looking for ways to discount and disprove things that you don't agree with personally.

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