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Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by xUT, Jan 19, 2019.
That explains a lot.
Say what you want but His accomplishments far outweigh His brashness. How's that portfolio been doing?
You need to talk to the Dog about the head of the republican Party....
The portfolio has kind of sucked this past year. My portfolio did pretty darn good from 2009 thru 2017...you know...back when America was less great. How'd yours do during that time
Flat...gained back everything I lost during the time frame.
Let's compare then...it took you 8 years under a Democrat to gain back what took you decades to build and was lost under a Republican. Compared to today....where people had "historical gains" in 2017...and pretty much lost them in 2018. THAT is what making America great is all about.
Yes...the Fed woke up. The greatest president in our nations history said exactly that...BEFORE he was elected. He said the stock market was only good because Janet Yellen was being "political". When he took office, he did not reappoint her. He put HIS guy in. And HIS guy did exactly what Trump himself said needed to be done (when he wasn't president). When that had a negative impact on the stock market, he blamed the fed for doing what he said they should do. Perhaps if he wasn't so "get rid of all things Obama", he might still have Yellen to keep the rates artificially low.
Just another Muslim rape gang enabled by open borders. This is the "real" migrant crisis.
Basharat Khaliq, 38, of Glaisdale Court, Allerton, Bradford, was found guilty of five counts of rape and one count of assault by penetration. He was jailed for 20 years.
Saeed Akhtar, 55, of Back Girlington Road, Bradford, was found guilty of one charge of rape and two charges of causing or inciting child prostitution. He was sentenced to 20 years.
Naveed Akhtar, 43, of Newport Place, Bradford, was found guilty of two counts of rape. He was jailed for 17 years.
Parvaze Ahmed, 36, of Farcliffe Road, Bradford, was found guilty of three charges of rape. He was sentenced to 17 years.
Izar Hussain, 32, of St Leonards Road, Bradford, was found guilty of rape. He was jailed for 16 years.
Zeeshan Ali, 32, of Durham Terrace, Bradford, was found guilty of sexual assault. He was sentenced to 18 months.
Kieran Harris, 28, of Fir Parade, Dewsbury, was found guilty of two counts of rape, and Fahim Iqbal, 28, of Quarry Road, Dewsbury, was found guilty of aiding and abetting one of Harris’s rapes. They were jailed for 17 and seven years respectively.
Mohammed Usman, 31, of Quaker Street, Bradford, was found guilty of two counts of rape. He was jailed for 17 years.
And to think...a partial wall on the Mexican border may have stopped them.
This was in the UK. Point is borders need to be controlled.
Oh the UK. Not only off-topic, but on the wrong continent.
So you are saying that England should build a wall?
I am saying there is a reason we have borders.
The citizens of England (and Norway, and Germany, and Sweden, and France) are suffering assaults, rapes, murders, theft, and arson everyday from middle eastern and northern African migrants because the leaders of those countries failed to control theirs.
The EU's insistence on migrant "quotas" are the driving reason for Brexit. They are getting tired of a bunch of globalist telling them what they can and can't do with their own borders. The EU is a failure. It will unravel it is just a matter of time. Brexit is only the beginning.
Prosecution barrister Kama Melly QC said she and her junior counsel, Sharon Beattie, had been heckled and verbally abused outside the court building late on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Melly said several people hanging around after the defendants had been locked up pending sentence had called the lawyers “slags” and said they hoped that they would be raped.
The trial judge, the Recorder of Bradford, Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC, described this as “absolutely outrageous” and hoped the culprits could be identified and reported to the police with a view to being prosecuted.
After the guilty verdicts were returned, some of the men’s relatives shouted angry abuse from the public gallery and were escorted from the courtroom by police and security officers. A violent disturbance then broke out on the concourse, with several men being ejected from the building and barred from attending the sentencing hearing the following day.
Some of the defendants had to be warned about their conduct during the course of the trial. There were complaints from dock officers and canteen staff about their rude and unpleasant behaviour,