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    Quote Originally Posted by Laava View Post
    As above, it seems most people in the UK are so sick of this fiasco, and it is making their country look weak.
    And then Trump, how is this idiot still allowed to be their leader?
    International fails of the highest order!
    Trump has a dollar either way. (He got it along with 11999999 others from a small loan)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    No, we know about it because the clusterfucks are still there to this very day.
    Maybe, but other things that are less so are here to this very day also, And considering the country we live in has been made prosperous, safe and fair by a good number of the beneficial aspects of British principles, on the balance of things, we haven't done too shabby a job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemonLord View Post
    Maybe, but other things that are less so are here to this very day also, And considering the country we live in has been made prosperous, safe and fair by a good number of the beneficial aspects of British principles, on the balance of things, we haven't done too shabby a job.
    Just as well the maori were here to teach them some fucking manners!

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    Lord I can't believe I'm agreeing with fatman.

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    I mean jezuz muthafuk what a mess they left trying to play manipulation thinking they knew best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Lord I can't believe I'm agreeing with fatman.

    Israel India Pakistan Bangladesh Ireland Iran

    I mean jezuz muthafuk what a mess they left trying to play manipulation thinking they knew best.
    Fuckin easy when all you have to do is plant a flag and make the claim.

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    Bollocks. The English gave all those countries cricket, curry and Guinness.


    Huzzah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Lord I can't believe I'm agreeing with fatman.

    Israel India Pakistan Bangladesh Ireland Iran

    I mean jezuz muthafuk what a mess they left trying to play manipulation thinking they knew best.
    United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Everywhere that uses a Parliamentary Democracy and a Derivation of the English Common Law System.

    And some of those, the problems weren't caused by the British....
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemonLord View Post
    Maybe, but other things that are less so are here to this very day also, And considering the country we live in has been made prosperous, safe and fair by a good number of the beneficial aspects of British principles, on the balance of things, we haven't done too shabby a job.

    yeah - I'm sure that my Māori whanau would agree with you (sarcasm ...) as would many people who the English colonized - from Scotland and Ireland and then around the world .. such as the North American Indians who were slaughtered because England put a bounty on their heads ... and the AMriecan balcks, whose ancestors were taken and sold as slaves - with HUGE English involvement in the slave trade ....

    Quote Originally Posted by Laava View Post
    Just as well the maori were here to teach them some fucking manners!

    Exactly ..
    "So if you meet me, have some sympathy, have some courtesy, have some taste ..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemonLord View Post
    United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Everywhere that uses a Parliamentary Democracy and a Derivation of the English Common Law System.

    And some of those, the problems weren't caused by the British....
    I'm sorry - again, 'democracy' is foreign to my Māori whanau - it was an imposed system - and has been of little benefit to them ...
    "So if you meet me, have some sympathy, have some courtesy, have some taste ..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banditbandit View Post
    yeah - I'm sure that my Māori whanau would agree with you (sarcasm ...) as would many people who the English colonized - from Scotland and Ireland and then around the world .. such as the North American Indians who were slaughtered because England put a bounty on their heads ... and the AMriecan balcks, whose ancestors were taken and sold as slaves - with HUGE English involvement in the slave trade ....

    Exactly ..
    Well, there's some very interesting stories from places that were run by the British and the British left, especially amongst the Generation that experienced both British rule (for all it's Ills) and the current regimes - almost all say some variant of 'at least under the British everything was well run' - and that statement has been echoe'd by people from the likes of Barbados, Kashmir, Kenya etc. etc.

    As for Slave Trade - Put it this way, before the British declared Slavery illegal and sent the Royal Navy to stop the practice around the Globe, every Nation on earth and every people (including your Māori whanau) had the concept of Slavery and Slaves.

    So tell you what - let's make the simple:

    Take your pick: British Colonization (with all it's perks and perils)
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    Slavery
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banditbandit View Post
    I'm sorry - again, 'democracy' is foreign to my Māori whanau - it was an imposed system - and has been of little benefit to them ...
    Would you prefer Utu and Kai Tangata?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berries View Post
    Bollocks. The English gave all those countries cricket, curry and Guinness.


    Huzzah!
    PS Guinnes is Irish - a product of a country the English colonized and brutalized ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemonLord View Post
    Would you prefer Utu and Kai Tangata?

    Ka hopungia e maha nga upoko, Ka hopungia e maha taurekareka
    The emphasis on Utu is probably based on a fallacy .. the significant concept is Muru ..

    Britain aristocracy practiced cannibalism .. this is just one article - I'm sure you can find the rest

    https://www.independent.co.uk/life-s...h-2287174.html


    Britain was heavily involved in the slave trade (tuarekareka) - and many British fortunes were based on the slave trade ..

    Britain abolished slavery in 1833 - well after they'd arrived here ..
    "So if you meet me, have some sympathy, have some courtesy, have some taste ..."

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