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  1. Okay Einstein, go ahead. Interpret what else that could mean: 'One in 9 feel sympathetic towards those who want to fight against Western intrests'?
  2. 'One in 9 feel sympathetic towards people who want to fight against Western intrests' Not sure what to make of that. Does that mean 1 in 9 are sympathic towards groups like ISIS? How else can that be interpreted? Most damming of all the survey if that is the case.
  3. Wrong. 1 in 10 actually. It's in the link and quite easy to find on the bbc website via a quick Google search. In regards to the 'point' being made, I personally find it a deeply worrying statistic especially as it was a survey conducted in the UK.
  4. Does that statistic not bother you in the slightest? Point is in the statistic. What do you want me to say?
  5. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/11434695/Over-a-quarter-of-British-Muslims-have-sympathy-for-the-Charlie-Hebdo-terrorists.-That-is-far-too-many.html
  6. It is the case. Deal with it.
  7. 27% of 1000 UK Muslims surveyed by the BBC had sympathy for the motives behind the Charlie Hebdo attacks. 10% surveyed agreed the magazine deserved to be attacked.
  8. Eh, it was though wasnt it.
  9. Wonder what his means for Euro 2016. Surely with the amount of attacks in France the last 2 years it's to high risk.
  10. You can't say that on here!!! Even though everything you said is spot on, it's only a matter of time before the do gooders on here call you a racist.
  11. I think you're suffering from short term memory loss. He was easily one of our best players last season along with Benteke and Delph. He was easily our best defender last year as well with Vllar and Senderos always being injured and Okore hit and miss. One awful game against Tottenham now you're on his case. Ridiculous.
  12. Blown away by Grand Central to be honest. The food quarter is brilliant, love the design of the roof, like the fact it's higher end shops. Superb. Let's be blunt the Pallasades was disgusting and could be dodgy walking through there at night. As much as I have always hated on Birmingham it's looking great these days. Just wish they knocked down and rebuilt that bit of street where Primark and the Villa shop is. Full of crappy cheap clothes shops, dirty old buildings and a buffet for a fiver!!! God knows what the food must be like. Thoughts on Resort World??? Now that is a massive disappointment.
  13. Grow up. He is 19 years old ffs.
  14. He is 20 years old ffs. It's his first full season. Pathetic. Pathetic is calling somebody who may have been suffering from a concussion 'a pussy' Luckily I didn't say that. He DOES need to step it up. He was a passenger today. He does, I don't think anyone would disagree. But to say step up or **** off to a young kid still developing and still very much just starting his career is ridiculous. Especially to a kid who clearly has ability. There's a reason two national countries have been fighting for him to commit to them. Our situation and the way we're currently playing wouldn't help any young player get better and better. He needs to be dropped and eased back in the team, the problem is we've become such a desperate shambles of a club that we've put unrealistic pressure on this kid from the moment he stepped on the pitch. Yep agreed. Bang out of order.
  15. He is 20 years old ffs. It's his first full season. Pathetic. Pathetic is calling somebody who may have been suffering from a concussion 'a pussy' Luckily I didn't say that. He DOES need to step it up. He was a passenger today. Did I call him a 'pussy'???? Find the quote..... No I didn't. Lie as per usual. The way he stayed down was pretty weak. We have all been hit like that im five a side and got straight back up. (Obviously you don't)
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