On 25 Mar 2013 at 2:35am Insomniac wrote:
How is it, when Jacintha Saldanha topped herself, the whole world was up in arms at the Aussie DJs who were made to take responsibility.
Yet when the world‚??s fattest turd Richard Littlepenis outs, berates and undermines a sex changed teacher, who is subsequently harassed and bullied into suicide‚?¶ not a dicky bird is heard.
The message, I suppose, is that while the establishment now includes Asians as members of society, the gender reassigned deserve to die.
On 25 Mar 2013 at 8:17am Get a life wrote:
What's this got to do with Lewes??? Who cares? So what. Get over it.
On 25 Mar 2013 at 10:27am Shameus wrote:
Good point and plenty food for thought Insom. The person above goes to prove this site needs posters to register, for the sake of all good Lewesians and those who love Lewes.
On 25 Mar 2013 at 12:54pm brixtonbelle wrote:
It's a terrible story and a classic case of the tabloids hounding people and stirring up hate. I don't care about this guy's sexuality or preferences, what was important was that he/ she was a good teacher and supported by the school and most of the local community. Very sad.
On 25 Mar 2013 at 1:00pm Chick with a Dick wrote:
Who says the suicide was a direct result of RJ s article. The story was broken by the local paper not the Mail.
On 25 Mar 2013 at 5:25pm drone wrote:
The Daily Nazi not admitting that one of its hacks drove someone to suicide? Are you sure about that?
On 26 Mar 2013 at 11:47am Nevil Rook wrote:
Nationalise the press, why should only the rich have the freedom to express their views .
On 26 Mar 2013 at 7:33pm expat two wrote:
And the Law industry - why should only the rich be allowed access to the best law?
On 26 Mar 2013 at 7:54pm That's the way it is wrote:
While your about it, what about the car industry. Why can't benefit claimants drive super cars ?? It's just not fair
On 26 Mar 2013 at 8:02pm expat two wrote:
Another post, another cowardly pseudonym.
I don't see why the poor should get super cars, but do you honestly think the rich should be allowed to get a better deal from UK law than the poor do?
Go ahead and admit it, UK law is there to benefit the rich - yes or no?
On 26 Mar 2013 at 8:20pm Judge Mental wrote:
Expat, are you expat? if so youv'e deserted the ship anyway and probably dont contribute tax or otherwise to this country so why do you care or comment? unless ofcourse your nom de plume is erroneous and rubish?
On 27 Mar 2013 at 9:00am Nevil Rook wrote:
"so why do you care or comment?" Dont suppose you care about anything that happens abroad then Judge Mental.?
On 27 Mar 2013 at 8:54pm Expat Two wrote:
I've been through all this before JM.
I do actually contribute to UK Tax coffers as a matter of fact, I still have some modest savings accruing a pitiful interest rate - which is taxed. Not many of us are still contributing though, I know rich people and businesses don't have to anymore. But its an interesting idea, that non-tax payers shouldn't get a voice, in fact I like that a lot. I don't think that will get much traction with the govt though, it seems that tax avoiders get the lion's share of all decisions.
Alas the collapsing uk economy, the sinking ship you refer to, doesn't make a transfer viable while the pound is so weak - and weakening thanks to Dave & George's continued crusade against economic recovery - I don't suppose they really care about economic recovery that much, after all the wealthy are doing fabulously well without it.