China suddenly takes BBC news off air after Muslim detention camps mentioned

(James Higginson) #1
(Jane Williamson) #2

It really shows that they cannot be trusted to be open and honest.
I do not want Chinese telecommunications in Britain, or France either.
Third world countries are now realising that the Chinese investments in their countries comes with unpleasant stings in the tail.

(Helen Wright) #3

Me neither…

The social crediting system rolling out in China is…in my view…Orwellian…Trump is blathering on about wanting 5G and even 6G…

Gavin Williamson is just a complete and utter embarrassment…(I’m tempted to call him a complete and utter twat but don’t know if the word twat is allowed…???)

In the MEAN time…brexshit is a total disaster…squabbles over Gibraltar…but “London gets what London wants” and somehow just writes whatever legislation is needed to keep control of £41 trillion…

Lee Camp’s view on Venezuela…x :slight_smile:

“ Socialism, ditching the dollar, and having natural resources are the three crimes that usually provoke the US into overthrowing a foreign government. And these are the reasons it’s backing the coup in Venezuela.

There are three things I know for sure in this fanciful, sometimes inglorious experience we call life:

  • You will never have a safety pin when you need one, and you will have thousands when you don’t need one.

  • Wild animals are breathtakingly majestic until they’re crawling up your pant leg.

  • A US presidential administration will never admit that it invaded another country or backed a coup attempt in order to essentially steal the natural resources (oil) of said country.

This is why it was so very shocking last week when members of the Trump administration admitted they were backing a coup attempt in order to essentially steal the natural resources (oil) of another country.

That country is Venezuela. I’ll get back to this in a moment.”

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(John Scully) #4

I was listening to a BBC programme yesterday and heard the word twat used as a verb for the first time, as in “YYYYYY got severely twated”. The inference was that YYYYYY had been swiped as if with a well swung cricket bat. Onomatopoeically it sounded perfect. So if the BBC can use it I presume we can :slight_smile: