A Call From The Garrigue.

Sadly, This Is The Way We Have Been Trained To Behave.

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8 responses

  1. Don

    It’s confusing nonsense.

    I understand how the use of the contraction Paki has become a derogatory term for those of Pakistani origin, yet we see no injury in being referred to as Brits. (Present company excepted of course 🙂 )

    We were taught at school never to use phrases such as “I myself’ as one of those words is superfluous. Today there’s nothing so moronic sounding as the oft used phrase among Engishmen. “I like XYZ – Me” So to say Jewish person is similarly superfluous, person as opposed to what?

    The Bible contains the word Jew as a description of a Jewish person, is the Bible now deemed to be anti-semitic by Google’s arbiters of language? Perhaps the Bible ought to be banned?

    Or perhaps this type of dicking about with our language is intended to psychologically reinforce the primacy of one small group over the rest of humanity? Or you never know Eno, maybe Google is even handed and plans to outlaw the word Goyim?

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    March 1, 2015 at 20:42

    • I’ve felt for a long time that they are attempting to imply an element of having soe sort of right to take control of Palestine in the way that Ish on the end of some nationalities infers the country, like Irish.
      I don’t believe that the word Jew existed in Biblical times it turned up in a translation long after that. I’ve never heard XYZ-Me, what does it mean. The one I hate is the the “I think it might rain, but having said that, have you got a fag?” or something like that when have no clue how to use the expression and the two subjects have no connection whatsoever.

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      March 1, 2015 at 21:03

      • Don

        I refer to the double indication. Many are prone to say “I’m alright me”, when a simple “I’m alright” tells us who we are speaking of, and how they are feeling. The ‘Me’ at the end is therefore redundant.

        Perhaps I’m showing my ignorance, but that’s what we were taught at school.

        There again what do I know? I’ve only recently learned that referring to someone as ‘coloured’ is now deemed offensive when I only used it in good faith as a more acceptable term than black. The rules of society and language are continually shifting, and we old timers can become lost. Quite inadvertently offence can be given.

        I don’t like to offend people, no decent person does, but at times it’s all too easy to offend those who’s aim it is to take offence, no matter how our language is tailored to suit.

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        March 1, 2015 at 22:39

        • Its even stranger down here Don, Nigger is simply an bad English pronunciation of Negre, the deep South was French. But they call the Negre, Blacks, in English, here in the south I don’t know about the North. You couldn’t dream this rubbish up.

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          March 2, 2015 at 14:30

  2. Don

    Our existence as conceived and encouraged by Edward Bernays.

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    February 28, 2015 at 21:27

    • Bernays turned lies and deception into a science Don and if you look carefully at youtube they are using the same methods. It annoys me somewhat but most of the information passing around the alternative media is becoming no more than a clip from youtube with a short note. In the past couple of years BIN pushes nothing but videos, which get thousands of hits while writers like me have become to tiresome to read. So in a sense google is controlling what used to be alternative.

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      March 1, 2015 at 07:49

      • Don

        Google has plans to further control the AM info by not including info it doesn’t approve of in the search results.

        http://www.blacklistednews.com/Google_modifying_algorithm_in_attempt_to_become_the_Internets_Ministry_of_Truth/42280/0/38/38/Y/M.html

        By the way, have you seen the naked man escaping from Buckingham Palace? The palace claim it’s a hoax, and that despite being captured on film it never happened. It appears he is using sheets tied together to escape. I would imagine after falling from such a height that chap would also be in need of medical attention.

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        March 1, 2015 at 16:23

        • Google are forever warning me not to use the word Jew, it is now anti-Semitic.
          I saw a clip of a Jew walking around as a Jew to see what sort of abuse was thrown at him.
          Later a reporter in the street was asking Jews if they felt there had been a increase in anti Semitism since the Charlie Hebdo caper.
          One Jew said he did not think so.
          They asked him if he felt safe walking down the street?
          He said no but not because he was Jewish but because there had been a general increase in violence.
          Why did he not say “Not because I’m a Jew?”
          If a Muslim or Christian were asked the same question they would not say Muslimish or Christianish, so what the hell is going on?

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          March 1, 2015 at 16:51

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