Category Archives: Bullying

Lewis Hamilton – posturing, narcissistic, virtue signalling hypocrite………….

I see that several F1 drivers refused to play the “political game” and shun the meaningless “take a knee” as advocated by the posturing, narcissistic, virtue signalling poseur Lewis Hamilton. Lets remind ourselves that as the F1 drivers lined up … Continue reading

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Academics offered counselling to cope with stress caused by Brexit vote….”poor little petals”

University academics have been offered counselling to deal with the “stress and anxiety” caused by the Brexit vote. Staff are being urged to attend “wellbeing workshops” and follow guidance to help them cope with feelings of “uncertainty, grief and anger” … Continue reading

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Arrogant, conceited and patronising university students (or middle class “snowflakes”)!

An Oxford University college has created a new post to protect working-class students from “microaggressions and classism”. Last week St. Hilda’s College students voted to create the new post of Class Liberation Officer, backing a motion that said working-class students … Continue reading

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Islamic conference in France considers “whether wives should be beaten or not”.

The two Femen feminist protest group members jumped up on the stage wearing just jeans as they bared their breasts with slogans written in black across their chests and stomachs. Aged 25 and 31, they both ripped off Arab-style cloaks, then … Continue reading

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Oxfam chuggers in Glossop……………menace to society

Yesterday I was in the small town of Glossop in Derbyshire and had just walked out of Costa Coffee with my large cup of cappuccino in my hand. As I walked down the main street heading back to my car … Continue reading

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10 Most Powerful Women in the World (plus 1)

Who are the most powerful women in the world? Forbes released the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list today, and here are the top 10. Women in politics have topped this year’s Forbes’ 100 most influential women list. From an initial … Continue reading

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Don’t mess with this woman……………… Now this is how you deal with a stroppy footballer who challenges the referees  assistant over a “throw in.” He will learn not to do it again when he gets such an assertive response. Would that more male linesmen … Continue reading

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Rima Karaki shuts down scholar and tells him “In the studio I run the show!

This must be the nightmare of all male muslims, a confident, assertive and articulate woman who is prepared to stand her ground. Rima Karaki shuts down scholar after he tells her to shut up and she tells him “In the studio … Continue reading

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Has the Saudi royal family developed a conscience?

The Saudi royal family has intervened to block the release of a ‘celebrity’ preacher accused of raping, torturing and killing his five-year-old daughter. Fayhan al-Ghamdi was set to be released after agreeing to pay “blood money” to the mother of … Continue reading

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Sir Alan gets a taste of his own medicine……………

Sir Alan Sugar stormed out of his own boardroom and accused a BBC Radio 4 reporter of ‘gutter journalism’ after he was questioned about being a bully. The frosty exchange between Lord Sugar and Today Programme business reporter Justin Rowlatt left … Continue reading

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