LOL: Victoria Police now claim cyclists are endangering granny

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78 Responses to LOL: Victoria Police now claim cyclists are endangering granny

  1. Tezza

    The whole bunch of corrupt totalitarians are just testing how far they can go with the Victorian public. Still further, if the Roy Morgan survey reported in its Article No 8503 is anything to go by.

  2. incoherent rambler

    Police terrorizing cyclists. In normal circumstances, not such a bad thing.

    Did they round up the kiddies with training wheels and interrogate them?

  3. Davey Boy

    But wait, there’s more – VikPol now policing Facebook Posts
    https://twitter.com/adamseconomics/status/1299525642778636288
    “Why did you post about going to the park?”

  4. Speedbox

    Is this peak stupid? No, probably not but it would have to reach the upper levels.

  5. notafan

    Chip le Grand also not happy Dan about this

  6. rickw

    Vikpol, just keep poking that Lion.

  7. Speedbox

    Davey Boy
    #3564001, posted on August 29, 2020 at 1:20 pm

    Jeezus H F*cking Christ. Is that for real – Police checking Facebook!!!!

    That girl did a good job to get them to admit they are checking social media posts.

    But, FMD. I am appalled.

  8. incoherent rambler

    Vikpol, just keep poking that Lion.

    Indeed.
    Things will certainly go to shit at high speed if the lion awakes.

  9. H B Bear

    If a cyclist is still within 5km of home they should probably take up golf.

  10. Peter Smith

    We have a social contract. Obey reasonable and lawful instructions made by the police. Ignoring that contract is why some people in the US die at the hands of the police – nothing to do with racism. But what do you do when lawful instructions grievously offend common sense? Well, in fact, you can’t do much – the costs of objecting are too great to bear for most people. And so it is that we descend into tyranny, when the side with guns tears up the contract.

  11. My gawd! They’ve done it, they’ve taken on the MAMIL army. Little do they comprehend what they have unleashed.

  12. JC

    There’s no lion, it’s a teddy bear. Australian people are sheeple and in some ways quite disgusting. They have allowed the hunchback to get away with pissing away $1.5 billion, giving away multiple contracts to his union pals and now major reduction in civil liberties riveling CCP’s China.

  13. Lee

    And so it is that we descend into tyranny, when the side with guns tears up the contract.

    I wonder if there is any significance in the fact that, quite early on, Andrews specifically banned the sale of firearms and ammunition?
    And so many, especially outside of America, wonder why Americans fiercely uphold their right to bear arms!
    Concerns about tyranny from their own government is a huge factor.

  14. Australian people are sheeple…

    When you’re opposition is armed to the teeth and you have nothing but your bare hands, it’s very difficult to put up a fight, This is one reason why the Democrats want to remove guns from the hands of its citizens, because they know they can’t enslave them any other way.

  15. theleftfootkick

    According to the CCP Comrade Paton, we are in the fight for our lives! 3aw interview with Mitchell the other morning, what a load of crap, and he certainly showing his skills for a smooth talker, Comrade Dan is either very jealous or of mighty impressed.

  16. Leigh Lowe

    rickw
    #3564006, posted on August 29, 2020 at 1:24 pm
    Vikpol, just keep poking that Lion

    Oh yeah!
    There is no more entitled group of flogs in Melbourne than the lycra clad, clicky-clacky shod Saturday cyclist brigade.
    Nothing applies to them.
    Ride down the centre of the road, run pedestrian lights (“rolling!”), jump cafe queues because the peloton needs to get back to Brighton for brunch, you name it.
    All round arseholes.
    They will be 5 times worse than the Albanians for VikPlod to deal with.
    What is worst about them is that they would go for a ride – 20 kms out and 20 kms back – then go home and get on Twitter to bag someone for taking their kids to the park at the end of the street.

  17. Clam Chowdah

    Fucking authoritarian creeps.

  18. mh

    Wearing bicycle helmets was never going to be enough to appease State authorities.

  19. Jac

    Do the people of Victoria really want to spread the virus until all our medical staff are either ill or in quarantine? – 600 from Frankston hospital at the moment. We have become extremely selfish if this is so. Do they not understand how infectious this virus is? Or that at this time we have no idea of what the permanent damage may be to some? Just how hard is it to stay in lockdown for two more weeks if it will assist our dedicated health workers?

  20. Professor zfred Lenin

    Its going to be a major job de stasifying vicpol p/l ,a purge of all senior ranks followed by a clean out of the useless. Taking 5 members and capsicum spray to aprehend one no mask female when one male real copper would have been enough years ago not that those practical guys would have arrested her or provked her into resistance.
    My late Victoria Police Force mate would have been disgusted with these political police , they foresaw this crap when fatty nixon got the job ,a NSW senior detective told my mate and I that they had a sendoff celebration for her leaving in Sydney and she wasnt invited .

  21. JC

    Jac

    Stfu, you moron.

    We’re in the 28th week of what was supposed to be a 3 week lock down in March. And yes, we actually do want the virus to spread.

  22. incoherent rambler

    Thank you JC.
    Spread it get it get over it. Or not.

    It just aint worth far king up so many lives and killing people in other ways.

  23. Lee

    Do the people of Victoria really want to spread the virus until all our medical staff are either ill or in quarantine? – 600 from Frankston hospital at the moment. We have become extremely selfish if this is so

    And not one of the health professionals has died of it.
    Just goes to show how hopelessly lockdowns have failed so far.
    Why keep making the same mistakes over and over again and expect different results?

  24. Bronson

    Melbourne – no power, can’t drink the water, can’t go out for more than 1 hour, can’t go out at all after 8pm. What’s the fu*king point of the place? Now dickhead Dan has just realised that he has no strategy to deal with the fact that the virus is still present in the community lock up or no lock up and that when we come out of lock up numbers will go up again. Jac is an example of the the Dan style of thinking just stay locked up and every thing will be alright. No it wont the economy is stuffed people are living on government handouts and bills are piling up. Get us back to work or there is not going to be anything left. Protect those at risk, maintain social distancing, wear masks if you want, deal with the way Sweden has.

  25. Papachango

    Shit this is a bit close to home for me… I rode through that very spot few days ago and it is pretty much exactly 5km from my house…

    Since The COVID curtain was declared, I’ve made a point of doing my daily rides out to the very edge and deliberately patrolling the perimiter… have a GPS app which tells me the distance from home so I try to follow a 5km circle exactly, whch is easier said than done.

    Occasionally I’ve gone over at 5.1 km – so come and arrest me Dan!. Though I’m keeping it to 5km, as my strava maps, when merged form a really neat 5km radius circule round my house… When this shit is over I’m going to get it printed on a T-Shirt as a reminder of what totalitarianism we have lived under…

    My risk of spreading COVD is near zero as I’m riding on the roads always at least 3 m from any pedestrians.

    If the cops ever look on Strava I’m fucked though, as most of the rides are ‘about’ an hour – until you look at the elapsed time rather than just the riding time….

    Consider me a freedom rider doing my bit for civil disobedience deep in the DSSR

  26. incoherent rambler

    When this shit is over I’m going to …

    What makes you think it will ever be over?

  27. Megan

    Do the people of Victoria really want to spread the virus until all our medical staff are either ill or in quarantine? – 600 from Frankston hospital at the moment. We have become extremely selfish if this is so. Do they not understand how infectious this virus is? Or that at this time we have no idea of what the permanent damage may be to some? Just how hard is it to stay in lockdown for two more weeks if it will assist our dedicated health workers?

    It’s this kind of brain dead, fear fuelled, idiot response that has us where we are today. Go and get some statistics education and learn what percentages mean, you lazy moron. And, while you’re at it sell your car and vow never to drive again because more people die from car accidents and also suffer serious permanent damage every single year than from COVID 19. Or is your right to get to the shops and stay dry far more important than all THOSE precious lives…live which include babies and children, and sometimes entire families? Don’t they matter to you?

    If you have one single moments hesitation about selling your car, and relinquishing your driving license, you’re just a hypocritical goldfish wildly opening and closing your mouth and screaming into the void.

    You and your ilk have brought us to this disgusting state of affairs and it’s why so many people are just ignoring the rules. I’m over it. Take JC’s good advice and STFU!

  28. notafan

    Quite a few people will be in trouble if vicstasi do Strava checks.

    They should go round their houses and drop off fines.

    Some of Dan’s most ardent supporters

    #imspecial

  29. notafan

    Get well soon Frankston hospital people!

  30. incoherent rambler

    Get well soon Frankston hospital people!

    You don’t know if they are sick.
    They have merely tested positive to flawed CCP test kit.

  31. notafan

    I was being facetious.

    I bet they are all merely in quarantine.

  32. Iampeter

    It’s like the policies at the border have now spread to everywhere because stopping at just the border was always arbitrary.
    If only someone had thought to point out that this was always inevitable sooner or later and that those supporting this crap at the border won’t have a leg to stand on opposing it everywhere else in their lives.

    This is what you all wanted. Why is no one happy?

  33. Papachango

    What makes you think it will ever be over?

    give me some f ing hope man… that eventually this Dickhead will be voted out or will run out of excuses to deprive us of liberty

  34. Megan

    Quite a few people will be in trouble if vicstasi do Strava checks.

    I’ve turned off location services for the duration. It’s just not worth the aggravation. I’m practising at looking flabbergasted if I’m ever asked why it’s turned off. Plan to plead old lady technical ignorance.

    I don’t need Map My Walk dobbing me in to the authorities.

  35. incoherent rambler

    give me some f ing hope man…

    There is none. Resistance is futile.

  36. Megan

    This is what you all wanted

    Provide evidence where I expressed this anywhere? If you cannot then you should consider your ability to construct any kind of argument fatally flawed. I’ve taught eight year olds who could demonstrate a far better understanding of this concept than you’re capable of.

    Take a 1km walk off St Kilda pier you shallow, pig-ignorant, blathering nitwit. It’s a perfect afternoon for it. You won’t be missed. I’m done with being polite to terminally lazy thinkers.

  37. Papachango

    I don’t need Map My Walk dobbing me in to the authorities.

    Yeah I s’pose your right… but for us cyclists if it’s not on Strava you didn’t ride it… and part of me would love the outrage of being fined for riding for an hour and ten minutes, though I can ill afford the fine…

    Interestingly my Strava feed is full of rides in the DSSR that are a bit over an hour – if they thought to look there, the cops would have field day, but the resultant publicity might just wake up my fellow Victorians…

  38. notafan

    I’ve heard of a runner having pos demanding to look at their Gamin.

    II went for walk at my nearest park this avo and there were at least two groups of people who had no clue of what is really a simple circuit.

    One elderly couple absolutely clueless on how to find carpark.

    There simply aren’t enough police if five million people said nah you’re done Dan.

  39. notafan

    I know one Strava user who is an enthusiastic Danman whose data would not bear close scrutiny.

  40. Up The Workers!

    From a certain perspective, (that of a taxpaying car-driver) there is a lot to be said for summarily arresting cyclists on sight.

    Lots of them are freeloading feral Labor/Brown Movement types – soap-phobic, dole-bludging, tree-hugging, straggly beards, long hair, fly-blown, sandal-wearing, mung-beaner, road-hogging, entitled bloody nuisances. Others are the so-called: “M.A.M.I.L.”‘s (Middle-Aged Men In Lycra) and also probably just as deserving to be arrested on sight.

    On the other hand, the Premier lives all the way out at Mulgrave, doesn’t he?

    Google tells me that the distance from Mulgrave to Parliament House is all of 24.3 kms.

    Now I know that any form of maths is absolute rocket-science to the knuckle-dragging members of the world’s only Political Party too dumb to spell its own Party name correctly, but I am pretty sure that 24.3 kms is nearly 5 TIMES further than the 5 lousy kms that these cyclists are being vigorously Gestapo’ed for.

    Please Explain…?

    I trust that the Plod are violently smashing the Premiers’ Limo windscreen in on a daily basis, as they do to peaceful decent citizens who are not Labor disease-spreaders or Labor-protected heroin/ice/coke dealers from around Richmond? Are they arresting and fining him, beating up his chauffeur and sending him off to Stalag 13 for a “touch-up” on a regular basis?

  41. Tim Neilson

    Iampeter
    #3564143, posted on August 29, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Poor old conceited stupid ignoramus, totally incapable of learning no matter how often it’s pointed out to him.
    People are entitled to exercise joint ownership of land through an artificial entity and to enforce exclusive possession on that basis. Non-owners don’t have an inherent right to demand admission. But if you’re one of the joint owners you’re entitled to at least argue that changes of the rules depriving you of some of your rights as a joint owner oughtn’t to have been made.

  42. Tim Neilson

    Just for the record,
    Iamashiteater is the most pretentious conceited stupid ignorant self-beclowner ever to humiliate himself on this site.
    He loves using technical terms from philosophy to make himself look clever, but always misuses them calamitously, thus revealing his utterly hopeless intellectual ineptitude.
    For example on the 27/8/20 “What did Ronny say Josh?” thread he described citing Court decisions as evidence of Australian law as “appeal to authority logical fallacies”.
    Yes, he really is that much of a sad sack risible contemptible pretentious loser and failure. What a turd!

  43. duncanm

    You’re in fine form today, Megan. Keep it up.

  44. Whalehunt Fun

    What do these eff wits do with homeless people?

  45. Whalehunt Fun

    Quite a few people will be in trouble if vicstasi do Strava checks.

    It is almost worth taking my tv remote with me so I can give it to them to check my location. Or perhaps the cordless handset for the home landline. When they show you it doesn’t work, accuse them of breaking it and demand to speak to their superior.

    If they ask what the purpose of your walk is, just tell them you are looking for a shop that sells Hydroxychloroquine as you think your cat has caught the virus. Tell them it represents a medical emergency.

  46. Megan

    It is almost worth taking my tv remote with me so I can give it to them to check my location. Or perhaps the cordless handset for the home landline. When they show you it doesn’t work, accuse them of breaking it and demand to speak to their superior.

    If they ask what the purpose of your walk is, just tell them you are looking for a shop that sells Hydroxychloroquine as you think your cat has caught the virus. Tell them it represents a medical emergency.

    I am totally stealing every single thing you’ve listed. Not that I have seen a single polis person on any of my walks. Probably because they knock off for breakfast at the 5am end of curfew and don’t get out again much before lunchtime and my hour of exercise is all done and dusted by 7am.

  47. Kneel

    It’s like the policies at the border have now spread to everywhere because stopping at just the border was always arbitrary.”

    Well, there’s your problem!
    The border is in no way arbitrary – it is the line that defines the jurisdiction of the local laws.

    So in IamPeterstan, with no border control, I can escape after infringing your rights by just crossing the border – I won’t be stopped, because it might infringe my rights. Oops!

    Of course, the consequences of your cartoonesque “policy” did cross your mind, didn’t they? You actually considered the possibility that not everyone obeys the law, that not everyone wants to be called to account for their breach of the law, right?
    Apparently not.
    I am not surprised – plenty of precedent to suppose you ignored messy reality for the perfection of your pet theory.

  48. Kneel

    “I am totally stealing every single thing you’ve listed.”

    I would suggest our Danistan brothers should always deal politely when plod stops them in these uncertain times – “Nein, mien Her!”, “Ja vohl, mien Herr!” and “Here are my papers, I believe you’ll find they are all in ordnung, mien Herr!” are all very courteous responses, don’t you think? I mean, surely VicPol wouldn’t be so crass as to suggest that someone just speaking with a foreign accent is taking the piss, would they – sounds racist to me.

  49. gowest

    Now if everyone reported on Facebook that they were going to the park at the same time …. This could be fun. Find out which route Dan takes to parliament and go for walks… etc.

    Do the people of Victoria really want to spread the virus until all our medical staff are either ill or in quarantine? – 600 from Frankston hospital at the moment. How many times has this happened in Vic hospitals and retirement homes? Masks working well aren’t they???… o.3 wont stop 0.1…

  50. Chris M

    Do the people of Victoria really want to spread the virus until all our medical staff are either ill or in quarantine? – 600 from Frankston hospital at the moment.

    Must be their fault for not wearing masks, fine them all.

  51. Chris M

    ^ haha same thought above. Maybe they got closer than 1.5m, fine them again for that.

  52. Chris M

    Maybe the Mos in Dandepong area ghettos will save Melbourne by going feral with mass protests, now wouldn’t that be ironic. VikStasi will need lots of cans of bug spray to control that mob and they are not happy.

  53. Megan

    Hope that the monumentally stupid bint in charge of the so-called Reason Party cops nothing but abuse for the rest of her stay in tattered remains of the AfDanistan parliament. No damned reason apparent in her support of Danimal Crackers. Time to rename it the Not a Single Brain Cell Party.

  54. Docket62

    Hope that the monumentally stupid bint in charge of the so-called Reason Party cops nothing but abuse for the rest of her stay in tattered remains of the AfDanistan parliament

    I for one will be trolling the shill

  55. sfw

    I don’t know if the CMO powers allow for the police to stop you in a public place on a bike or walking etc unless they have reasonable grounds to suspect you have committed an offence. Has that right been removed along with our other rights? If it hasn’t then if you’re on a bike or walking then how do they have they power to stop and question you just on suspicion? Any law people out there know?

  56. Squirrel

    The Belt ‘n Road deal will, of course, include access to the latest CCP surveillance technology, which will work a treat when compulsory registration of all cycles requires that they not be ridden in public without a licence plate displayed.

  57. Mater

    I don’t know if the CMO powers allow for the police to stop you in a public place on a bike or walking etc unless they have reasonable grounds to suspect you have committed an offence.

    sfw,
    The SOE emergency gives them this power, plus some. These four little paragraphs pretty much give them unlimited power.

    200 Emergency powers
    (1) The emergency powers are—
    (a) subject to this section, detain any person or group of persons in the emergency area for the period reasonably necessary to eliminate or reduce a serious risk to public health;
    (b) restrict the movement of any person or group of persons within the emergency area;
    (c) prevent any person or group of persons from entering the emergency area;
    (d) give any other direction that the authorised officer considers is reasonably necessary to protect public health.

    Sub-Para is the wildcard for anything that doesn’t fit in the first three.

    Depressing hey?

  58. Kim Howard

    Why are they not checking them for spandex levels? inner-city Latte intoxication? Cocaine levels ? or inquiring if they meet the required gender studies to ride a bike and if that bike suits all the new genders the Left wants to invent? these are rhetorical questions, right?

  59. areff

    (Posted on this open thread by mistake. Was meant for this one)

    Fascinating reading about Unified Security, the outfit at the centre of Victoria’s COVID-quarantine. Haven’t personally checked the corporate records but it certainly has the ring of credibility.

    https://docdro.id/sL1sx75

    This is Victoria after all, where nothing should surprise. The writer wanders off topic a little bit here and there, but if only half of the Unified stuff is accurate it’s beyond damning.

    (You’ll need to paste the URL in your browser)

  60. Steve

    The bit I dont understand – HCQ and Ivemectin busts Dans game completely, so why arent Victorians DEMANDING options for treatment? At a minimum, Victorians are being denied medical treatment that ensures being detained against you wills until a vaccine ( that could be dangerous )

    Dan appears to gunflecting to his globalist masters, and his masters have decreed “vaccines only”, so as to violate your physical person or if you refuse, no normal life……

    You must submit, or else, untermunchen….

    Wake up you stupid sods!!!!!

    Push back now, or really you are baring your rear end to dan and his thugs forever….

    Right now in effect Victorians are imprisoned. Even normal prisoners get one hour exercise a day.

    Subtle…huh?

  61. Al

    Wait until VicPol starts analysing cell phone tower data to identify those who are too far from home or too long away from home. Don’t laugh. It will happen, if it has not already been done.

    Seeing the Twitter post of the woman harassed for her Facebook post has convinced me to turn off my phone when away from home.

  62. Saltwater

    No sympathy. They got what they voted for.

  63. Iampeter

    Provide evidence where I expressed this anywhere?

    Hey Megan if you don’t support things like regulating trade and immigration then we would’ve seen some posts on this by now. But feel free to state as much for the record and unlike dishonest people here I will stand corrected…

    I am not surprised – plenty of precedent to suppose you ignored messy reality for the perfection of your pet theory.

    Yea people going about their business without being randomly stopped by the state is just a “pet theory.”
    Like I said, people like you should love what Andrews is doing.

  64. Iampeter

    People are entitled to exercise joint ownership of land through an artificial entity and to enforce exclusive possession on that basis.

    What even is this?
    I love how after all these years of the same discussion you still don’t have anything resembling even a proper analogy of the immigration issue, let alone anything resembling a coherent political argument.

  65. Jac

    Had I realised abusive comments and foul language are now permitted on this site I would never have contributed a comment.

  66. Howard Hill

    And here you are making another comment.
    I think you should just fuck off then!

  67. Tim Neilson

    I love how after all these years of the same discussion you still don’t have anything resembling even a proper analogy of the immigration issue,

    Poor old zero IQ subcretinous calamitous intellectual failure.
    It’s not an “analogy”. It’s a factual description of a sovereign state.

    let alone anything resembling a coherent political argument

    Poor old intellectual failure, still mired in the excrement of his own mentally feeble dependence on cartoon-like dogmatic absolutist generalised labels.
    The incontrovertible correctness of my demolition of your stupidity can’t be mitigated by labels about whether it is a “political” argument.
    Poor old loser and failure.

  68. Rex Anger

    Hey Megan if you don’t support things like regulating trade and immigration then we would’ve seen some posts on this by now. But feel free to state as much for the record

    Lolwut, little bugman?

    Still banging this drum while we bang on your head?

    How many more people do you want to pretend to ignore while they belt you over your stupidity? All of them?

    As a strategy for a troll, sef-inflicted diminishing rates of return on your efforts is a mighty fine way to drive yourself off the only right-wing blog on the interwebs that might have you…

    I love how after all these years of the same discussion you still don’t have anything resembling even a proper analogy of the immigration issue, let alone anything resembling a coherent political argument.

    Ah dear, sweet, crunchy little bugman.

    Your angle on immigration issues is boilerplate Globalist, with generous dollopings of marxism to provide piquancy for yourself. Boring, predictable, easily defeated and supported only by other peoples’ money.

    You are about as libertarian and politically coherent as Che Guevara, and just as lethally stupid. Sadly, there is currently no Revolution for you to go sacrifice yourself in a nondescript village in South American village in the name of.

    Altas Shrugged his shoulders about you. And almighty Galt would execute you as an example of the dictatorial and unproductive bugmen his mistress Rand claimed to detest, though adored having around her.

  69. Iampeter

    It’s not an “analogy”. It’s a factual description of a sovereign state.

    Not even remotely.

    Poor old intellectual failure, still mired in the excrement of his own mentally feeble dependence on cartoon-like dogmatic absolutist generalised labels.

    Yea, I support knowing what you’re talking about. I’m crazy like that.

  70. Tim Neilson

    I said It’s not an “analogy”. It’s a factual description of a sovereign state.

    Iamashiteater said Not even remotely.

    Poor old loser. Poor old failure. Poor old conceited stupid ignoramus.
    There’s not a shadow of doubt that e.g. the Commonwealth of Australia is a “legal entity”, and an artificial one at that.
    Peruse any of the cases listed below.
    (And please, please, don’t humiliate yourself any further by pretending that as a matter of Australian law citing judgments of superior Courts of record is an “appeal to authority logical fallacy”.)

    See, eg, Municipal Council of Sydney v Commonwealth (1904) 1 CLR 208, 231 (Griffith CJ) ; Commonwealth v Baume (1905) 2 CLR 405, 418 (O’Connor J); R v Sutton (1908) 5 CLR 789, 797 (Griffith CJ), 805 (O’Connor J), 813 (Isaacs J) (‘Wire Netting Case’); Commonwealth v Bogle (1953) 89 CLR 229, 259 (Fullagar J); South Australia v Commonwealth (1962) 108 CLR 130, 154 (Windeyer J) (‘Railway Standardisation Case’); Williams v Commonwealth (2012) 248 CLR 156, 184 [21] (French CJ), 237 [154] (Gummow and Bell JJ), 253–4 [204]–[205] (Hayne J) (‘Williams (No 1)’).

    Once we’ve established that we can move on to whether it owns the land that falls within the geographical scope of its sovereign territory. There I’ll refer you to do your own research into the concept of “radical title” in relation to land ownership under the Australian system. (Hint, you might like to start with the High Court’s judgments in Mabo.)

    Once you’ve totally and utterly failed to provide even a scintilla of evidence to the contrary of those propositions, and had nothing to offer but further evidence of your conceit, stupidity and ignorance, we can then ask on whose behalf the”legal entities” commonly known as “bodies politic” hold that land. You are at liberty to argue, to the full extent you like, that they don’t hold their radical title on behalf of the citizens of the relevant body politic. Your own mere foot-stamping toddler tantrum assertion will not be sufficient. Evidence will be required.

  71. Rex Anger

    Yea, I support knowing what you’re talking about. I’m crazy like that

    Why should he explain it to you again, bugman? If you don’t understand your own mental processing deficiencies and inability to provide or maintain a coherent and realistic argument on anything, let alone politics, how is demanding Tim do it again going to help you, IamSoWilfullyMoronicIt’sNowInvoluntary?

    This particular No, U! is about as infantile and retarded as I have yet seen from you, bugman. You really need to disengage from this argument and try to start afresh on another thread. You’ve just about stalled yourself into the ground in full afterburner here…

  72. Iampeter

    I said It’s not an “analogy”. It’s a factual description of a sovereign state.

    Iamashiteater said Not even remotely.

    More than that, even if you knew how to describe a sovereign state, which you apparently don’t, why would you need to? That wouldn’t address what you were responding to.

    As usual your response was both wrong and irrelevant.

  73. Tim Neilson

    Iampeter
    #3566178, posted on August 31, 2020 at 8:34 am

    Poor old mentally deficient hopelessly confused intellectual failure.

    After having sneered about “a proper analogy of the immigration issue” the poor old bewildered simpleton is now flailing around claiming that a description of a sovereign state is “irrelevant”. Poor old loser and failure can’t even understand the relevance of the sovereign state to immigration. Just so desperately sad.
    Poor old mental defective.

    And of course the pathetically risible clown proves my point about what an abject failure he is.
    I said Once you’ve totally and utterly failed to provide even a scintilla of evidence to the contrary of those propositions,
    Now read the laughable imbecile’s reply, and hoot and jeer at his ineptitude. What a failure.

  74. Rex Anger

    More than that, even if you knew how to describe a sovereign state, which you apparently don’t, why would you need to? That wouldn’t address what you were responding to.

    As usual your response was both wrong and irrelevant

    …And IamSoPettyICannotRecogniseWhenIJumpedTheSharkAndPloughOnRegardless has just performed a dirt-dart. Into the ground at full power. I can feel Instructor Pilots’ sphicters worldwide clenching involuntarily, despite the fact that the bugman will never have the wit, nous or coordination to ever be able to fly.

    And yet, little bugman, I somehow just know you will attempt to claim a ‘victory’ out of all this, and try to link back to this thread incessantly with shrill screeches of ‘Lo0k How Riyt i wUz!’ Only to screech even harder when we all laugh at you over your stupidity again.

    Only you could concuss yourself half to death by headbutting your own reflection in a dirty mirror, Petey, and claim that you won…

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