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Shamima Begum can return to UK

Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Ms Begum, now 20, was one of three schoolgirls who left London to join the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015.

Her citizenship was revoked by the Home Office on security grounds after she was found in a refugee camp in 2019.

The Court of Appeal said she had been denied a fair hearing because she could not make her case from the Syrian camp.

The Home Office said the decision was "very disappointing" and it would "apply for permission to appeal".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53427197

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Let the festivities commence......

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 19 minutes ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 17 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 hour, 1 minute ago
So many of the issues in America with the black population is covered in Boyz in the Hood. Fantastic film that had so many messages.
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A very good film, although Ice Cube’s acting was a little poor towards the end.

I take it the “issues” you are referring to are absent fathers? (another one of your creepy obsessions) Well let’s see, why do some many black kids grow up without Dad’s? Could it be that their Fathers have been killed by racist police or incarcerated by the institutionally racist America justice system?

Perish the thought.







NEXT.
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Not the main one I'm thinking of, but it's one of them.

Listen to Furious speaking in the hood and you will get a better idea. And it's not just that, the whole movie could be a race/cultural/societal degree course. It's truly phenomenal.

Oh, as for Ice Cube. Did you know it was his first role?

Great story about it here. The Boyz bit is around 3 minutes something


https://youtu.be/CXF1kpl7CQU

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If you want a better education on the black experience I’d suggest the incendiary Do the Right thing by Spike Lee.

You’ll see that absolutely NOTHING has changed.

Black Guy gets murdered by the police (choked out)
Black people riot and burn down local business, BECAUSE THEY DONT OWN ANY OF THEM.
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Exactly what Furious says about businesses. 😂😂

Tbh, I find Spike Lee a bit tedious. I don't really like his directing. Blackkklansman was OK, but he over did it as usual. Malcolm X he messed up, Devil in a Blue Dress was poor, Mo Better Blues was good. Haven't seen Do the right thing. One day, but I need to be in the mood.

Singleton was a far superior director. Lee got a lot of his exposure by playing on the black director thing.
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Rubbish.

Spike Lee was a f*cking prodigy.

What you don’t like is his pro black politics.

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 42 seconds ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 19 minutes ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 17 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 hour, 1 minute ago
So many of the issues in America with the black population is covered in Boyz in the Hood. Fantastic film that had so many messages.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
A very good film, although Ice Cube’s acting was a little poor towards the end.

I take it the “issues” you are referring to are absent fathers? (another one of your creepy obsessions) Well let’s see, why do some many black kids grow up without Dad’s? Could it be that their Fathers have been killed by racist police or incarcerated by the institutionally racist America justice system?

Perish the thought.







NEXT.
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Not the main one I'm thinking of, but it's one of them.

Listen to Furious speaking in the hood and you will get a better idea. And it's not just that, the whole movie could be a race/cultural/societal degree course. It's truly phenomenal.

Oh, as for Ice Cube. Did you know it was his first role?

Great story about it here. The Boyz bit is around 3 minutes something


https://youtu.be/CXF1kpl7CQU

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If you want a better education on the black experience I’d suggest the incendiary Do the Right thing by Spike Lee.

You’ll see that absolutely NOTHING has changed.

Black Guy gets murdered by the police (choked out)
Black people riot and burn down local business, BECAUSE THEY DONT OWN ANY OF THEM.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Exactly what Furious says about businesses. 😂😂

Tbh, I find Spike Lee a bit tedious. I don't really like his directing. Blackkklansman was OK, but he over did it as usual. Malcolm X he messed up, Devil in a Blue Dress was poor, Mo Better Blues was good. Haven't seen Do the right thing. One day, but I need to be in the mood.

Singleton was a far superior director. Lee got a lot of his exposure by playing on the black director thing.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rubbish.

Spike Lee was a f*cking prodigy.

What you don’t like is his pro black politics.
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Another Cathy Newman.

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 42 seconds ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 19 minutes ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 17 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 hour, 1 minute ago
So many of the issues in America with the black population is covered in Boyz in the Hood. Fantastic film that had so many messages.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
A very good film, although Ice Cube’s acting was a little poor towards the end.

I take it the “issues” you are referring to are absent fathers? (another one of your creepy obsessions) Well let’s see, why do some many black kids grow up without Dad’s? Could it be that their Fathers have been killed by racist police or incarcerated by the institutionally racist America justice system?

Perish the thought.







NEXT.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Not the main one I'm thinking of, but it's one of them.

Listen to Furious speaking in the hood and you will get a better idea. And it's not just that, the whole movie could be a race/cultural/societal degree course. It's truly phenomenal.

Oh, as for Ice Cube. Did you know it was his first role?

Great story about it here. The Boyz bit is around 3 minutes something


https://youtu.be/CXF1kpl7CQU

----------------------------------------------------------------------
If you want a better education on the black experience I’d suggest the incendiary Do the Right thing by Spike Lee.

You’ll see that absolutely NOTHING has changed.

Black Guy gets murdered by the police (choked out)
Black people riot and burn down local business, BECAUSE THEY DONT OWN ANY OF THEM.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Exactly what Furious says about businesses. 😂😂

Tbh, I find Spike Lee a bit tedious. I don't really like his directing. Blackkklansman was OK, but he over did it as usual. Malcolm X he messed up, Devil in a Blue Dress was poor, Mo Better Blues was good. Haven't seen Do the right thing. One day, but I need to be in the mood.

Singleton was a far superior director. Lee got a lot of his exposure by playing on the black director thing.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rubbish.

Spike Lee was a f*cking prodigy.

What you don’t like is his pro black politics.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Another Cathy Newman.
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Knows his $hit.

Just a little TOO black for some folk.

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 37 seconds ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 42 seconds ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 19 minutes ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 17 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 1 hour, 1 minute ago
So many of the issues in America with the black population is covered in Boyz in the Hood. Fantastic film that had so many messages.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
A very good film, although Ice Cube’s acting was a little poor towards the end.

I take it the “issues” you are referring to are absent fathers? (another one of your creepy obsessions) Well let’s see, why do some many black kids grow up without Dad’s? Could it be that their Fathers have been killed by racist police or incarcerated by the institutionally racist America justice system?

Perish the thought.







NEXT.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Not the main one I'm thinking of, but it's one of them.

Listen to Furious speaking in the hood and you will get a better idea. And it's not just that, the whole movie could be a race/cultural/societal degree course. It's truly phenomenal.

Oh, as for Ice Cube. Did you know it was his first role?

Great story about it here. The Boyz bit is around 3 minutes something


https://youtu.be/CXF1kpl7CQU

----------------------------------------------------------------------
If you want a better education on the black experience I’d suggest the incendiary Do the Right thing by Spike Lee.

You’ll see that absolutely NOTHING has changed.

Black Guy gets murdered by the police (choked out)
Black people riot and burn down local business, BECAUSE THEY DONT OWN ANY OF THEM.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Exactly what Furious says about businesses. 😂😂

Tbh, I find Spike Lee a bit tedious. I don't really like his directing. Blackkklansman was OK, but he over did it as usual. Malcolm X he messed up, Devil in a Blue Dress was poor, Mo Better Blues was good. Haven't seen Do the right thing. One day, but I need to be in the mood.

Singleton was a far superior director. Lee got a lot of his exposure by playing on the black director thing.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rubbish.

Spike Lee was a f*cking prodigy.

What you don’t like is his pro black politics.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Another Cathy Newman.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Knows his $hit.

Just a little TOO black for some folk.
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If you want to read racism in to it, it's up to you. 🤷‍♂️

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

We know what you are.

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 4 minutes ago
We know what you are.
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Indeed. We know what you are too. 👍

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 5 seconds ago
comment by Automatic For The People #BLM (U21889)
posted 4 minutes ago
We know what you are.
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Indeed. We know what you are too. 👍
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Good.

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 5 minutes ago
Nobody said poverty only affect black people. What study after study has shown is that it disproportionately affects black people. So the logical questions is "why?"

Studies have shown that people with names that don't sounds traditionally English (mainly BAME people) are less likely to be invited to job interviews. Studies have shown that BAME people are more likely to receive complaints, and be face disciplinary procedures, in the NHS. Studes have shown that in some NHS trusts, lesser qualified white people have been promoted over better qualified black colleagues.

In the US (where BLM originated) it has been shown that black people are more likely to be arrested for minor crimes, such as drug possession, than white people. Black people are more likely to receive longer and harsher sentences for same category crimes than white people.

Historically, programmes such as redlining kept black communities poorer than white communities and the affects of this are still felt today.

These are clear examples of systemic racism that lead to black people being found to be living disproportionately in poverty. Since you completely agree that poverty is the main cause of issues like crime, then perhaps you should be considering why black people are more likely to be in poverty, and thus more likely to commit crime, rather than using the idea that black people commit crime as your justification for not supporting an equality movement.


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They are not clear at all. 😂😂 Worth investigating, sure. But far from clear.

Why do you keep telling me what I think? Are you Cathy Newman?
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You better inform all the authors of all the studies into this that they are wrong and you know better and that what they saw as clear correlation isn't actually there.

Where have I told you what you think? The only possible part of my comment that implies what you think is where I said you agree that poverty is the main issue and I was basing this in your exact quote of

"Poverty? This is the main cause of all issues imo"

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 5 minutes ago
Nobody said poverty only affect black people. What study after study has shown is that it disproportionately affects black people. So the logical questions is "why?"

Studies have shown that people with names that don't sounds traditionally English (mainly BAME people) are less likely to be invited to job interviews. Studies have shown that BAME people are more likely to receive complaints, and be face disciplinary procedures, in the NHS. Studes have shown that in some NHS trusts, lesser qualified white people have been promoted over better qualified black colleagues.

In the US (where BLM originated) it has been shown that black people are more likely to be arrested for minor crimes, such as drug possession, than white people. Black people are more likely to receive longer and harsher sentences for same category crimes than white people.

Historically, programmes such as redlining kept black communities poorer than white communities and the affects of this are still felt today.

These are clear examples of systemic racism that lead to black people being found to be living disproportionately in poverty. Since you completely agree that poverty is the main cause of issues like crime, then perhaps you should be considering why black people are more likely to be in poverty, and thus more likely to commit crime, rather than using the idea that black people commit crime as your justification for not supporting an equality movement.


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They are not clear at all. 😂😂 Worth investigating, sure. But far from clear.

Why do you keep telling me what I think? Are you Cathy Newman?
----------------------------------------------------------------------

You better inform all the authors of all the studies into this that they are wrong and you know better and that what they saw as clear correlation isn't actually there.

Where have I told you what you think? The only possible part of my comment that implies what you think is where I said you agree that poverty is the main issue and I was basing this in your exact quote of

"Poverty? This is the main cause of all issues imo"
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I stand corrected. You are right. Have a good day. 👍

posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 5 minutes ago
Nobody said poverty only affect black people. What study after study has shown is that it disproportionately affects black people. So the logical questions is "why?"

Studies have shown that people with names that don't sounds traditionally English (mainly BAME people) are less likely to be invited to job interviews. Studies have shown that BAME people are more likely to receive complaints, and be face disciplinary procedures, in the NHS. Studes have shown that in some NHS trusts, lesser qualified white people have been promoted over better qualified black colleagues.

In the US (where BLM originated) it has been shown that black people are more likely to be arrested for minor crimes, such as drug possession, than white people. Black people are more likely to receive longer and harsher sentences for same category crimes than white people.

Historically, programmes such as redlining kept black communities poorer than white communities and the affects of this are still felt today.

These are clear examples of systemic racism that lead to black people being found to be living disproportionately in poverty. Since you completely agree that poverty is the main cause of issues like crime, then perhaps you should be considering why black people are more likely to be in poverty, and thus more likely to commit crime, rather than using the idea that black people commit crime as your justification for not supporting an equality movement.


----------------------------------------------------------------------
They are not clear at all. 😂😂 Worth investigating, sure. But far from clear.

Why do you keep telling me what I think? Are you Cathy Newman?
----------------------------------------------------------------------

You better inform all the authors of all the studies into this that they are wrong and you know better and that what they saw as clear correlation isn't actually there.

Where have I told you what you think? The only possible part of my comment that implies what you think is where I said you agree that poverty is the main issue and I was basing this in your exact quote of

"Poverty? This is the main cause of all issues imo"
----------------------------------------------------------------------
I stand corrected. You are right. Have a good day. 👍
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