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KDave

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    KDave reacted to Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    This is all exactly why ordinary people are fed up with crackpots and their idiotic ramblings. It is insulting to the intelligence and everyday common sense of people. They are fed up with being “spun, double spun” or whatever other drivel comes out of crackpots’ heads.
    Respect the vote. Our predecessors died to protect it.
     
    It’s the same when I am told that a Kardashian or some other irrelevant person looks great. No, she is a narcissist of the highest order with a disturbingly unnatural and oversized arse and no amount of bombarding me with endless repetition of the same shyte pleading me to think otherwise will change my mind.
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    KDave got a reaction from Toshunya86 in Brexit status ...   
    Russian meddling is a drop in the ocean compared to google, facebook, twitter, ect. 
    Russia didn't cause Brexit any more than it got Trump elected, look to the world view you support as the cause and you have the start of it.
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Brexit status ...   
    Russian meddling is a drop in the ocean compared to google, facebook, twitter, ect. 
    Russia didn't cause Brexit any more than it got Trump elected, look to the world view you support as the cause and you have the start of it.
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    KDave got a reaction from lubi29 in Brexit status ...   
    Russian meddling is a drop in the ocean compared to google, facebook, twitter, ect. 
    Russia didn't cause Brexit any more than it got Trump elected, look to the world view you support as the cause and you have the start of it.
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    KDave got a reaction from motorbikez in Brexit status ...   
    Russian meddling is a drop in the ocean compared to google, facebook, twitter, ect. 
    Russia didn't cause Brexit any more than it got Trump elected, look to the world view you support as the cause and you have the start of it.
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    KDave got a reaction from augur in Brexit status ...   
    Russian meddling is a drop in the ocean compared to google, facebook, twitter, ect. 
    Russia didn't cause Brexit any more than it got Trump elected, look to the world view you support as the cause and you have the start of it.
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    i don't think MI5 was involved in throwing a milkshake over Tommy 'i'm a Zionist' Robinson.
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    KDave reacted to Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    Sovereignty. Respect the vote. Like it or lump it, that is what our predecessors died for, not for a bunch of snivelling self serving politicians and some crybabies.
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    It will probably increase the 'terrorist attacks' leaving the EU, not because leaving the EU will increase real terrorism but because most of these attacks are orchestrated by the Deep State and the Deep State does not want the country to leave the EU. Like expect some economic sabotage as well and then the EU traitors will be heard vomiting up told you so.
    Most of these so called terrorists have been touched by MI5. The War on Terror is fake - i remember 9/11 and then Bush immediately comes out repeating Al Qaeda. Terror - terror - axis of evil - terror - al Queda - terror. That cross dressing war criminal was saying the same lies to Parliament to convince the people it was a good idea to invade Iraq and Afghanistan looking in caves for a guy with a big beard who was already dead. Then there are mystified looks as to why there might be a back lash. Why destroying the most prosperous country in Africa (Libya), supporting a bunch of hoodlums careering round in Toyota pickups with bolt on heavy machine guns might not be a good idea. The Deep State has deliberately invented and created this terrorism. The terrorists are the people we are told to look up to. The reason why there is no terrorism in Hungary will be to do with the people in charge who work in the interests of Hungarians, not bankers, globalists and the military industrial complex.
    As for diminishing the UK's role on the world stage - more attention needs to be focused on people of these islands not playing power games, spending our hard earnt money on wars and EU bureaucrat expense accounts.
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    KDave reacted to mr-dead in Brexit status ...   
    Islamic UK population = 5% yet accounted for 74% of prevented terrorist attacks over the last 2 years
    https://news.sky.com/story/uk-security-services-foiled-19-major-terror-attacks-over-past-two-years-says-sajid-javid-11724717
     
    It is said you cant use racial profiling as its discrimination but when the police force has limited time, money and resources it seems perfectly logical to me.
    You look at the London murders, mostly stabbings (pic is only first 4 months of 2018) and is it more logical to stop and search the white guy or the coloured guy walking up the street for carrying a knife?

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    KDave reacted to SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
    I think Brexit means many different issues for many different people of different backgrounds, for me it was the fact that because of the EU I lost £££££'s in investments, when draconion laws that dont even apply to the UK were forced upon us and crippled my business and made what I had invested in for the last 30+ years worth a quarter of what it was originally ,  and the fact that because of new EU laws I couldnt do a job like I used to and it put me at risk and I ended up getting a junkies needle stuck in my leg and had 6 months of worry and uncertainty and still dont like needles now of any description, then there is the terrorism.
    Not all muslims are bad, I know that from experience, but sadly I have had a lot more bad experiences with areas that have been taken over by them, and muslims from some countrys seem far worse than from others, I know the UK isnt blameless, and a lot of things go off behind the scenes good and bad, but we really do need to control who is coming into the country and their reasons for doing so.
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    KDave reacted to SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
    Go to Paris and see how many there are camped out and how they have turned it into a dirty dangerous shitehole, so yes there is lots of muslims trying to get into the UK from the EU, the Calais camp that was there, there was 1000's of them, Christian Aid which someone at my local church is a member of was asking for items to donate for them, blankets, tents, food, medicine etc etc, I wouldnt donate as I only look after people in the UK and preferably in my own community, when she went with Christian Aid and gave them all the large boxes with items in to help them, they burnt them all because they had red crosses on them, these are the peaceful people who want to integrate into our society.
    Brexit is supposed to give us control of our borders back to us, not for the EU to decide who and who not can come and live, work and be a drain on our country and infrastructure.
    Here's a very old poem that rings true with me.
     
    I cross ocean, poor and broke. Take bus, see employment folk.
    Nice man treat me good in there. Say I need to see welfare.
    Welfare say, "You come no more, we send cash right to your door."
    Welfare cheques - they make you wealthy! NHS - it keep you healthy!
    By and by, I got plenty money. Thanks to you, British dummy!
    Write to friends in motherland. Tell them "come fast as you can."
    They come in turbans and Ford trucks. I buy big house with welfare bucks!
    (I dont agree with the Turbans section as these are worn by Sikhs and they are a great people who integrate and are of benefit to our society, but this was copied from elsewhere)
    They come here, we live together. More welfare cheques, it gets better!
    Fourteen families, they moving in, but neighbour's patience wearing thin.
    Finally, white guy moves away. Now I buy his house and say,
    Everything is very good, and soon we own the neighbourhood.
    We have hobby, it's called breeding. Welfare pay for baby feeding.
    Kids need dentist? Wife need pills? We get free! We got no bills!
    Britain crazy! They pay all year, To keep welfare running here.
    We think UK darn good place. Too darn good for the white man race!
    If they no like us, they can scram. We left plenty room in Pakistan!
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    Youtube took the video down so here it is on another site.
    https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=arq3C_1558292871
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    KDave reacted to Pipers in Brexit status ...   
    Can't stand the man myself, but he has a point.  He has the right to campaign and be safe to do so.  The police should arrest those who assault people. I think Tommy may be getting traction because the police are not policing. 
     
    He is playing the victim card very well. i fear he will pick up lots of votes because of his tactics.  If the police did there job then he wouldn't be able to have the traction. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Brexit status ...   
    1.7 million more votes for leave than remain is pretty decisive in my view. 
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    KDave got a reaction from caloundracats in Brexit status ...   
    The common wealth vote could be entirely about race but as Whites are the native population of the UK as well not just Europe, the argument does not make sense.
    As for EU citizens being allowed to vote, of course they would have voted to stay, turkeys don't vote for Christmas do they. If the UK ever leaves, the party they have all been having off of our backs is over and they will have to jump all over France and Germany some more or start paying their own way. 
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    KDave reacted to vand in How to pay no taxes on your income   
    Not Blackjack.. I specialise in "bookie bashing" mainly on horse racing. It's hilarious whenever I see people saying "you might as well go and blow it all on the horses" as a synonym for throwing your money away, because I and the odd other person like me who knows what they're doing actually make a good living from it. I have mentioned it several times before, like here.. 
    People may not believe that it's possible to create a good fairly steady income from horse racing without actually knowing anything about horse racing and studying the formbook, but I assure you so long as you have a reasonable grasp of maths and understand the rules of racing it is.  I don't know what sort of a ROI you can get on blackjack, but recently I went through my records and it showed that since the start of 2018 I have extracted an ROI of 13.5% and made considerably more from this activity than my dayjob... which is one reason why I can adopt this tax strategy
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    KDave reacted to vand in How to pay no taxes on your income   
    OK, its taken a few weeks for me to get everything set up and in place, but now I have done so and I couldn't be happier.
    How I pay no taxes on my income:
    Gross annual Income: 46k from dayjob
    - Put everything above 19k into my work pension scheme via salary sacrifice (this means contributions come from my gross pay). Together with the bog standard 5% employer match, that fills out 30k into my work pension. I would then ordinarily pay standard income tax of £1300 and NIC of £1244 on that 19k, and get to take home £16,457.
    - Claim £243 per month in childcare vouchers, again this is a salary sacrifice scheme where I can buy the vouchers from gross salary. This further reduces my income tax bill to £715 and NICs to £895 and my take home pay to £14,475.
    - From the £14,475 net take home, I bung 8k into a separate private pension (SIPP), which automatically claws back 20% tax relief, so I get £10k in total. That already more than offsets the total income tax + NICs that I paid, and I have fully used my annual pension allowance of 40k (30k work pension + 10k SIPP). I have 14,475 - 8000 = £6,475 left of my take home pay per year (and I haven't even made use of any carry-forward).
    - Put £2.5k into daughter's JSIPP, again I get 20% tax relief of £625 so £3125 gross goes in, and leaves me with £3975 left of my take home pay.
     
    In total I get:
    30k pension
    10k SIPP
    2.9k childcare
    3.1k JSIPP
    £3975 take home
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    Total: £49,975 from a 46k salary
     
    Now, I'm a pretty frugal chap, but £3975 a year for living expenses won't cut it. The key is that I do have a decent tax-free side income from Advantage Playing which makes a lot of this possible. "Unfair - that's a unique position and so not applicable to me" I hear you say... well, maybe, but there are other hustles you can do to earn money on the side and thus similarly optimise your "official" finances, eg you can rent out up to 2 rooms in your home for up to 7500/pa each without having to pay any tax, or if you have a situation where you can take voluntary redundancy and line up another job pretty quick, you get a tax-free lumpsum to live off for however long you can make it last while similarly arranging your tax affairs from your new job.
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    KDave got a reaction from SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
    The common wealth vote could be entirely about race but as Whites are the native population of the UK as well not just Europe, the argument does not make sense.
    As for EU citizens being allowed to vote, of course they would have voted to stay, turkeys don't vote for Christmas do they. If the UK ever leaves, the party they have all been having off of our backs is over and they will have to jump all over France and Germany some more or start paying their own way. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Xander in Brexit status ...   
    1.7 million more votes for leave than remain is pretty decisive in my view. 
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    KDave got a reaction from motorbikez in Brexit status ...   
    1.7 million more votes for leave than remain is pretty decisive in my view. 
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    KDave reacted to Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    Not decisive ? 52% is a majority. This is not Alice n Wonderland. The majority voted leave. End of. Sorry longplay, but you are way way off track here.
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    KDave got a reaction from Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    1.7 million more votes for leave than remain is pretty decisive in my view. 
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    KDave got a reaction from KitboyE17 in Brexit status ...   
    1.7 million more votes for leave than remain is pretty decisive in my view. 
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    KDave got a reaction from SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
    1.7 million more votes for leave than remain is pretty decisive in my view.