Wait a second, wait a second, Mental Health and the Current State of London; President Trump Was Right.

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    Jun 29, 2019 3:58 AM GMT
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    Jun 29, 2019 4:08 AM GMT
    But can a mayor stop overpopulation of his/her city?
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    Jun 29, 2019 4:20 AM GMT
    I am afraid I cannot share this on Facebook.
    Paul Joseph Watson is banned from Facebook and people cannot share his videos there, I believe.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 30, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
    ProjectTeamMember said
    If Mr. Watson thinks London is a violent shithole than he needs to travel his happy ass to both Baltimore Maryland and Caracas Venezuela and than he will see "real shitholes".
  • vanquishedang...

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    Jul 04, 2019 8:27 AM GMT
    Also, all cities are becoming overpopulated, people keep breeding and they need to go somewhere.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jul 06, 2019 8:22 PM GMT
    vanquishedangel saidAlso, all cities are becoming overpopulated, people keep breeding and they need to go somewhere.
    Except for most older, northern US cities which are either stagnant or still losing population. Baltimore, Newark, Rochester, Buffalo, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Detroit, Milwaukee, and St Louis all need to regrow their population but they also need to jumpstart their economies as well. Being reliant on health care, education, tourism, and government is not going to turn these once prosperous major cities around. They all need business and industry in order to boost their revitalization efforts. Small businesses are also an important part of the urban revitalization equation.
  • vanquishedang...

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    Jul 10, 2019 4:42 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    vanquishedangel saidAlso, all cities are becoming overpopulated, people keep breeding and they need to go somewhere.
    Except for most older, northern US cities which are either stagnant or still losing population. Baltimore, Newark, Rochester, Buffalo, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Detroit, Milwaukee, and St Louis all need to regrow their population but they also need to jumpstart their economies as well. Being reliant on health care, education, tourism, and government is not going to turn these once prosperous major cities around. They all need business and industry in order to boost their revitalization efforts. Small businesses are also an important part of the urban revitalization equation.


    I think there are other reasons for that, even my city though not big, is dying. And it is a place where a lot of factory jobs are. I am not sure what those reasons are, but I do not think our economy is as good as is advertised. We are losing more businesses again.

    The higher paying factory jobs seem to be getting less, and the lower paying factory jobs are growing. We will be losing our dress barn, surprises me because it is a plus size store and is located in northern America, the business should be booming! We have lost some other businesses to like wedding shops and such (ones that I have noticed anyway). Despite getting some pretty good raises, my affordability has dropped and I suspect food costs have risen, and I know utilities did.

    Housing is terrible here as well when it comes to income vs cost in the area. I suspect gentrification is to blame for that though, as they put 2 million dollar condos downtown that nobody is living in, and they put townhouses along the river that are not being rented out. Couples here with a down payment from selling another house and multiple incomes are having issues getting approved.
  • wild_sky360

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    Jul 10, 2019 10:28 PM GMT
    vanquishedangel said
    roadbikeRob said
    vanquishedangel saidAlso, all cities are becoming overpopulated, people keep breeding and they need to go somewhere.
    Except for most older, northern US cities which are either stagnant or still losing population. Baltimore, Newark, Rochester, Buffalo, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Detroit, Milwaukee, and St Louis all need to regrow their population but they also need to jumpstart their economies as well. Being reliant on health care, education, tourism, and government is not going to turn these once prosperous major cities around. They all need business and industry in order to boost their revitalization efforts. Small businesses are also an important part of the urban revitalization equation.


    I think there are other reasons for that, even my city though not big, is dying. And it is a place where a lot of factory jobs are. I am not sure what those reasons are, but I do not think our economy is as good as is advertised. We are losing more businesses again.

    The higher paying factory jobs seem to be getting less, and the lower paying factory jobs are growing. We will be losing our dress barn, surprises me because it is a plus size store and is located in northern America, the business should be booming! We have lost some other businesses to like wedding shops and such (ones that I have noticed anyway). Despite getting some pretty good raises, my affordability has dropped and I suspect food costs have risen, and I know utilities did.

    Housing is terrible here as well when it comes to income vs cost in the area. I suspect gentrification is to blame for that though, as they put 2 million dollar condos downtown that nobody is living in, and they put townhouses along the river that are not being rented out. Couples here with a down payment from selling another house and multiple incomes are having issues getting approved.


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    Sadly, I think you and RoadbikeRob, and reluctantly myself, are on to something. Not everyone is benefiting the Trump economy yet.

    He's not doing anything to deliberately hurt local economies. So lets hope for the best that it comes around for everyone...eventually. Its cool that you can still do two things that fulfill you and help others

    I know you like where you live so I hope it prospers again. You can grow your business and hopefully connect with a quality guy who is similarly drawn to your area and lifestyle. Ive been in that situation before. For me at least, all it took was one man. I didn't need a gay scene locally, that I could just drive or vacation to when the mood struck.
  • wild_sky360

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    Jul 10, 2019 10:53 PM GMT
    ProjectTeamMember saidI am afraid I cannot share this on Facebook.
    Paul Joseph Watson is banned from Facebook and people cannot share his videos there, I believe.


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    and how does that make you feel?
    It frightens and saddens me.

    I like PJW. His commentaries fearlessly call out hypocrisy and absurdities that people all too often just start getting used to. Wage slaves don't have the time or energy to pushback. Just please, leave me alone. Ill shut up and be good.
    And in the UK particularly they're reminded daily of how unpleasant things can become for speaking out.

    So for that I consider him quite brave, and lucky to have stayed out of prison...unlike candidate for parliament Tommy Robinson. His crimes involve calling out known rape gangs.

    Or "count dankula" facing prison and financial ruin for teaching his girlfriends dog to salute like Hitler as a politically incorrect joke...how he makes a living.
    Its really just a..gimme your paw...or shake trick that every dog learns.
    Or Carl Benjamin, candidate for European parliament, for deliberately using the "N," word in a completely non racial circumstance, just to make a point about excessive political correctness and language policing.

    What a shame that the birthplace of individual human rights in the world has fallen to this state.

    The only light I can see is that despite the bans and censorship against Watson, its done cautiously. He is immensely popular with young school aged kids; a generation that is rejecting authoritarianism and would exact a price for more heavy handed treatments.
  • wild_sky360

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    Jul 10, 2019 10:59 PM GMT
    ProjectTeamMember saidBut can a mayor stop overpopulation of his/her city?


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    Mayor Sadiq Khan could make a dent in the problems by reallocating police resources. They increasingly have become overwhelmed by solving or even responding to violent crimes. But misgender someone on Twitter and you'll have two officers at your door within 24 hours. And they show up with enthusiasm for the task. What a sweet gig instead of chasing down street thugs while unarmed.