• Why did Mrs. May say that the Windrush landing cards were destroyed in 2009, not 2010?

    Best answer: Maybe she has a poor memory, surely she wouldn't be trying to shift the blame would she?

    The people who implemented it appear to think it was 2010, not 2009.

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/apr/18/whistleblowers-contradict-no-10-over-destroyed-windrush-landing-cards
    Best answer: Maybe she has a poor memory, surely she wouldn't be trying to shift the blame would she?

    The people who implemented it appear to think it was 2010, not 2009.

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/apr/18/whistleblowers-contradict-no-10-over-destroyed-windrush-landing-cards
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you consider yourself a nationalist?

    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Vauxhall, owned by French firm PSA, terminates all 326 dealerships in the UK, another casualty of Brexit?

    Best answer: They are going to renegotiate deals with the best performing dealerships though, which will reduce them to about 100. It's more complicated than just Brexit though, it is because of falling sales, thanks to austerity, and the problems with diesel cars. The country hardly owns anything anymore though, and this... show more
    Best answer: They are going to renegotiate deals with the best performing dealerships though, which will reduce them to about 100. It's more complicated than just Brexit though, it is because of falling sales, thanks to austerity, and the problems with diesel cars.
    The country hardly owns anything anymore though, and this will become more and more apparent as the realities of Brexit hit.
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • If Russia, China, NK and the Arab nations join forces in a nuclear war against the USA, could we, survive a 10-year nuclear winter no ☀ lite?

    Best answer: The elite would try and pay to save themselves, but the vast majority of the population, including them, would be dead in less than a month 1) the cold will destroy our food supply. For example it takes only ONE hard frost with temps below zero to kill a rice crop - that's in just one day. Several sub zero days... show more
    Best answer: The elite would try and pay to save themselves, but the vast majority of the population, including them, would be dead in less than a month
    1) the cold will destroy our food supply. For example it takes only ONE hard frost with temps below zero to kill a rice crop - that's in just one day. Several sub zero days and that's it for most plants, and for those who are not prepared for the decade-long cold weather.
    2) the radiation - insects far outnumber humans and can handle more radiation than we can. Anything that will grow would be eaten by insects
    3) So, in week one, chaos will reign - all the drug addicts and those on mind altering drugs will be going crazy looking for their fix. Violence will have little consequence - so there are likely to be a ton of suicides and murders, rape and looting. It will be hard to breathe - so anyone with health issues, or in need of medical attention will go next.
    So, the answer is - there may be a few people who have stockpiled food for 10 years and be in a room 3 miles underground, producing their own purified water and power - the rest of us will be dead - my advice - get to know God and then this won't worry you anymore :-)
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did Trump strike Syria?

    Are we on the road to another War
    Are we on the road to another War
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Will you get drafted when ww3 starts?

    Not me! I'm moving my behind back to the Caribbean. I'm not American no more
    Not me! I'm moving my behind back to the Caribbean. I'm not American no more
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Were the Windrush generation treated appallingly as the Home Secretary says?

    Best answer: Yes they were. Children of the first immigrants from the Caribbean were given leave to remain indefinitely back in 1972, and not told about the changes to immigration law in 2012. Some of them have lost jobs they have held for decades as their immigration status changed, and been threatened with... show more
    Best answer: Yes they were. Children of the first immigrants from the Caribbean were given leave to remain indefinitely back in 1972, and not told about the changes to immigration law in 2012. Some of them have lost jobs they have held for decades as their immigration status changed, and been threatened with deportation.
    Whoever worded the Immigration Act in 2012, should have addressed this anomaly at the time, and the then Home Secretary should take responsibility for what happened in her watch.
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Syrian attack, what chemical was used?

    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why did Starbucks apologize to the guys involved in the Philadelphia Racist incident? These guys were just trouble makers AND non-paying?

    customers who were loitering. Why Starbucks? Why? You did NOTHING Wrong.
    customers who were loitering. Why Starbucks? Why? You did NOTHING Wrong.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Current Events what do you think about the relatives of the dead burglar marking his birthday in the place he was kiled?

    Apparently five police officers were needed to escort them to the place. They tried but failed to stop them stapling things to people's fences in the street
    Apparently five police officers were needed to escort them to the place. They tried but failed to stop them stapling things to people's fences in the street
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Should Theresa May resign, after her appalling treatment of Windrush citizens?

    Best answer: No I don't think so, it was the public that wanted them to be stricter on immigrants, they're the dildos. Nobody understands the global market place, they all think foreigners are nicking their stuff when they're actually bringing it to them cheaper.
    Best answer: No I don't think so, it was the public that wanted them to be stricter on immigrants, they're the dildos. Nobody understands the global market place, they all think foreigners are nicking their stuff when they're actually bringing it to them cheaper.
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Was bombing Syria the right thing to do?

    Best answer: Unquestionably, it wasn't the first, second or third time Assad had used chemical weapons against defenceless civilians. The West wanted to evacuate civilians from that area but, Assad and Russia vetoed the idea, they also vetoed the proposal to send medical, food and water supplies. Russia recently vetoed a... show more
    Best answer: Unquestionably, it wasn't the first, second or third time Assad had used chemical weapons against defenceless civilians. The West wanted to evacuate civilians from that area but, Assad and Russia vetoed the idea, they also vetoed the proposal to send medical, food and water supplies. Russia recently vetoed a chemical weapons inspection, if they have nothing to hide, why didn't they allow it?
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why have the globalists never given a justification or even an explanation for their efforts around eliminating Europeans?

    Could they not at least grant that courtesy?
    Could they not at least grant that courtesy?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • How can the government afford to attack Syria with the NHS in crisis and no funds?

    Best answer: Precisely. It certainly WON'T be May' media barons dipping into their pockets to pick up the bill. Too busy registered off shore. How will Tory afford it? More austerity! Just as when the bankers run a mock That debt isn't going down either. No doubt Tory'll find assets state owned to flog to the... show more
    Best answer: Precisely.

    It certainly WON'T be May' media barons dipping into their pockets to pick up the bill. Too busy registered off shore.

    How will Tory afford it? More austerity! Just as when the bankers run a mock That debt isn't going down either. No doubt Tory'll find assets state owned to flog to the cheapest bidder, and proclaim "a success". Denying the long suffering customers the right to veto board of directors remuneration for INDIFFERENT services, whilst increasing prices well above inflation, as has been their usual plan of action.

    Banks create money digitally. I.e. it's NOT real. It's just paper. Not backed by GOLD. This is how it works.
    You go to a bank to borrow. They make you a loan say 10,000. (They only need 100 in cash at bank to make the loan).
    A soon as they you 10,000 money has been created out of thin air. The bank is now more richer than before you took out the loan.
    But you will have to pay back interest for borrowing 10,000. The rate can vary, the term of the loan can vary.
    What you pay back will be capital of 10,000 + rate of interest.

    So banks just create digital money to finance wars. But the taxes imposed upon the individuals will eventually pay off that debt incurred to pay for wars. Obviously other government expenditures will be axed as the war debt has to be repaid.

    Watch at 4.38 explains how what you earn to repay IS REAL WEALTH as opposed to creating £ out of thin air.
    https://youtu.be/WuYv4aAf9r8

    How banks create £
    https://youtu.be/01IusDeSPE4
    http://positivemoney.org/how-money-works/how-banks-create-money/
    18 answers · 5 days ago
  • Who will back russia if ww3 broke out?

    for example us and nato have each other but who does russia have?
    for example us and nato have each other but who does russia have?
    13 answers · 4 days ago