• British-born 6 year old boy left stranded by Home Office?

    due to their own passport "error" https://news.sky.com/story/british-born-boy-stranded-in-belgium-after-passport-revoked-11491275 Mohamed Bangoura was born in the UK in 2012 but had been staying with family friends in Belgium during the holidays. He tried to come home last Sunday so he could get... show more
    due to their own passport "error" https://news.sky.com/story/british-born-... Mohamed Bangoura was born in the UK in 2012 but had been staying with family friends in Belgium during the holidays. He tried to come home last Sunday so he could get ready to return to school but was turned away (at I presume a UK airport) having been out of the country since July. Since both of the boy's parents are currently at home in Sheffield and his mother requires a visa to go to Belgium to be with her son, why on earth are the Home Office allowing this to continue? The Home Office say that they issued a British passport to Mohamed by mistake but then revoked it and wrote to his parents informing them of this in March. The parents say they didn't receive it. Nonetheless the boy used that apparently revoked passport to enter Belgium in July so wtf won't they let him back in? Should the Home Secretary immediately permit the 6 year olds' re-entry and apologise for this outrageous behaviour? Is compensation also due?
    24 answers · Current Events · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Nike committing suicide by featuring Colin Kaepernick in a “Just Do It” ad?

    Best answer: not really....look at how much free publicity and air time they've gotten without airing a single ad yet... by the way... the "dirty little secret" that few seem to be mentioning today is that Kap was ALREADY under contract with them and Nike was on the hook for monies already promised back when he... show more
    Best answer: not really....look at how much free publicity and air time they've gotten without airing a single ad yet...

    by the way... the "dirty little secret" that few seem to be mentioning today is that Kap was ALREADY under contract with them and Nike was on the hook for monies already promised back when he was still known as a football player... Nike is basically saying "we're already paying the guy....we might as well remind the world and maybe earn some money off him NOT being a football player...

    Nike loyalists will still buy Nike... kids wanting the latest basketball high tops probably never cared about their football line in the first place...

    I just wonder how many will see this as yet another example of how the "social justice" movement ... once synonymous with anti-establishment, ground-level passion... is now all about mass-market, for-profit conformity handed down from corporate boardrooms...
    51 answers · Current Events · 3 weeks ago
  • Should 'old men' sit by whilst Neo-Nazi lunatics post their ridiculous propaganda on a public platform?

    Best answer: Why shouldn't a man be able to say ridiculous things? Some of my best thoughts are ridiculous.
    Best answer: Why shouldn't a man be able to say ridiculous things? Some of my best thoughts are ridiculous.
    28 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • Have you evolved past the following qualities and concepts?

    Best answer: To our blueface friends:

    Insults are far less effective when you hide behind the blue faces.

    Why waste your time?
    Best answer: To our blueface friends:

    Insults are far less effective when you hide behind the blue faces.

    Why waste your time?
    14 answers · Horses · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it true that a liberal shoot up a bank in Cincinnati, OH😯?

    Best answer: Nope. Liberals would never hurt anyone. It’s a conservative
    Best answer: Nope. Liberals would never hurt anyone. It’s a conservative
    15 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • Do the claims in the latest book/article on the Trump administration sound believable? What do you think is the most outrageous claim?

    I think they do sound like their within character for him, which means he suffers from a credibility crisis
    I think they do sound like their within character for him, which means he suffers from a credibility crisis
    10 answers · Current Events · 3 weeks ago
  • Will apologists ever stop defending Muslim paedophiles when they see almost daily reports of these atrocities in the news?

    Best answer: No, the apologists will continue to do what they always do, and that is to try to distract from the issue (for example, mentioning irrelevant cases of white abusers like Jimmy Saville or Catholic priests) or bash the "far-right" individuals and groups who highlight these scandals. A few deranged people... show more
    Best answer: No, the apologists will continue to do what they always do, and that is to try to distract from the issue (for example, mentioning irrelevant cases of white abusers like Jimmy Saville or Catholic priests) or bash the "far-right" individuals and groups who highlight these scandals. A few deranged people will continue blame the victims.

    We have a major issue with Pakistani Muslim rape gangs and it's upsetting and enraging that it is still goes on!
    21 answers · Current Events · 3 weeks ago
  • If North Korea were to nuke the U.S. would they target California?

    Best answer: Hi so how long would north korea last after such an event. answer is simple hours as the american's would totally destroy North Korea.
    Best answer: Hi so how long would north korea last after such an event. answer is simple hours as the american's would totally destroy North Korea.
    23 answers · Current Events · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is this FOX news analysis wrong?

    “It’s not his amorality, it’s his temperament. He’s impulsive and erratic. He changes his mind quickly. He lies frequently. He’s not judicious. And he’s not measured. And he doesn’t have the temperament for the hardest job on the planet.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_conti...
    “It’s not his amorality, it’s his temperament. He’s impulsive and erratic. He changes his mind quickly. He lies frequently. He’s not judicious. And he’s not measured. And he doesn’t have the temperament for the hardest job on the planet.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_conti...
    14 answers · Media & Journalism · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Brexit holed below the waterline? Will this lead to the rise of Naziism like in Sweden?

    Best answer: when you have a media so utterly biased and stupid what do you expect they make money printing stuff to enhance your emotions wether its a nude woman or naked man or political claptrap and it persuades a whole country into this diabolical mess unelected no political qualifications at all they guess and just pay... show more
    Best answer: when you have a media so utterly biased and stupid what do you expect they make money printing stuff to enhance your emotions wether its a nude woman or naked man or political claptrap and it persuades a whole country into this diabolical mess unelected no political qualifications at all they guess and just pay compensation when wrong is Mr Murdock going to pay Britain compensation for creating this absolute turmoil of ignoramus and Theresa May the only one wrong in England leads us care of Murdoch and co
    15 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • Salisbury attack: Two Russians named as prime suspects?

    Immediately after PMQ's today, Prime Minister May announced the names of two Russians who are wanted in connection with the murder of Dawn Sturgess in July. https://news.sky.com/story/salisbury-novichok-poisoning-police-name-two-russian-suspects-11490744 Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov are of course also... show more
    Immediately after PMQ's today, Prime Minister May announced the names of two Russians who are wanted in connection with the murder of Dawn Sturgess in July. https://news.sky.com/story/salisbury-nov... Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov are of course also wanted for the attempted murder of former spy Sergei Skripal, his daughter Yulia and police officer Nick Bailey. The PM said that a request to Russia for the extradition of the two suspects will not be made since it has no prospect of success and she basis this on a failed effort to receive the main suspect in the murder of Alexander Litvinenko here back in 2006 where Russia denied the request on the grounds that its constitution does not permit it. Ok so here's the question now. Is it not imperative that a formal extradition request is made for these two men just to leave the world in no doubt that Russia are uncooperative and responsible for the crimes which took place in Salisbury?
    21 answers · Current Events · 3 weeks ago
  • How come banks and convenience stores have such crummy CCTV cameras?

    Best answer: The cost, the best definition ones are very expensive. These companies install them as a deterrent, in order to comply with their insurance companies regulations. For small companies the cost of the high end ones is likely prohibitive, while many will have installed them years even decades ago and presumably as... show more
    Best answer: The cost, the best definition ones are very expensive. These companies install them as a deterrent, in order to comply with their insurance companies regulations.

    For small companies the cost of the high end ones is likely prohibitive, while many will have installed them years even decades ago and presumably as long as they still work, they are unlikely to replace them.

    As for big companies they are more likely to be concerned on the profits for their share holders, rather than considering that installing the best systems would be helping the police.
    9 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago