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I never realised that 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' was written about the Holocaust and the Jews trying to find their home. Really puts a different spin on the song.

 

Apologies if going off on a tangent.

 

It wasn't.

 

There's some possible Jewish interpretations in their - not least because the authors were Jewish, but it was written before the Holocaust anyway.

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BBC blurred Grace's top from Clean Bandit because it had Corbyn on it.

 

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Cunts.

 

I was wandering why her chest was blurred out, thought she had her tits out or something. 

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It was recorded in 1938

I've just been rereading some of the online posts about it. Yes, I was a bit previous of me. It was more to do with 'finding' a homeland I.e. Israel. The chimney tops line took on a different meaning for Jewish people afterwards for obvious reasons.

 

My bad.

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I was wandering why her chest was blurred out, thought she had her tits out or something.

 

Aren't there rules about promoting parties close to an election?

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BBC blurred Grace's top from Clean Bandit because it had Corbyn on it.

 

DBgbwOTXUAAtllJ.jpg

 

Cunts.

She's got immense tits. For me they rival Katy and Rita's for funbaginess.

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Half-Indian Hartlepool man beaten up by attackers blaming him for Manchester bombing

http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/half-indian-hartlepool-man-beaten-up-by-attackers-blaming-him-for-manchester-bombing-1-8576268

 

Thugs accused a man of being responsible for the Manchester bombing before beating him to the ground - just because he is half-Indian. James Imray left his 21st birthday party to pick up a card from an uncle’s house when he was called over by a man in the street.

The polite conversation took a turn when the man began shouting about the suicide attack carried out by Salman Abedi, who was born in Britain to Libyan parents. The racist abuse turned to a violent attack, which left him concussed. His mother Julie, 39, who is also mum to Ella, five, and twins Alissa and Gracie, four, was shocked when her son returned with a police officer after they were flagged down by a witness to the incident, just short distance away from their home in Eskdale Road. Julie said: “He called him over and talked to him and he went to shake his hand, but then he started ranting about the Manchester bombing and calling my son names, because his dad is Indian.

“He told them ‘It’s nothing do to with me’ and he said just stop and walked away. “He thought and said ‘You’re just not worth it.’ “Then he was punched in the head and then another lad came over and he was kicked in the face and he also fell and hit his head.” James had a CT scan at the University Hospital of North Tees to ensure no serious damaged had been caused. Julie added: “I think what happened is absolutely disgusting.” Cleveland Police has interviewed a 17-year-old boy voluntarily in relation to the incident on the evening of Bank Holiday Sunday. A force spokesman said: “This incident is being classed as a hate crime and any incidents of this nature will not be tolerated. “Acts of hate crime are committed by a small minority of people and are not representative of the public.” The first suspect is described by police as white, around 6ft-tall and of large build, with short neat dark brown hair and a beard. He wore a white vest and shorts and is in his late 30s to early 40s. The second is white, around 5ft 9in-tall and of average build with blond hair, blue eyes and glasses. He was aged in his late teens and wore green wellies, jogging bottoms and a grey jacket.

 

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Half-Indian Hartlepool man beaten up by attackers blaming him for Manchester bombing

 

http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/half-indian-hartlepool-man-beaten-up-by-attackers-blaming-him-for-manchester-bombing-1-8576268

 

Thugs accused a man of being responsible for the Manchester bombing before beating him to the ground - just because he is half-Indian. James Imray left his 21st birthday party to pick up a card from an uncle’s house when he was called over by a man in the street.

 

The polite conversation took a turn when the man began shouting about the suicide attack carried out by Salman Abedi, who was born in Britain to Libyan parents. The racist abuse turned to a violent attack, which left him concussed. His mother Julie, 39, who is also mum to Ella, five, and twins Alissa and Gracie, four, was shocked when her son returned with a police officer after they were flagged down by a witness to the incident, just short distance away from their home in Eskdale Road. Julie said: “He called him over and talked to him and he went to shake his hand, but then he started ranting about the Manchester bombing and calling my son names, because his dad is Indian.

“He told them ‘It’s nothing do to with me’ and he said just stop and walked away. “He thought and said ‘You’re just not worth it.’ “Then he was punched in the head and then another lad came over and he was kicked in the face and he also fell and hit his head.” James had a CT scan at the University Hospital of North Tees to ensure no serious damaged had been caused. Julie added: “I think what happened is absolutely disgusting.” Cleveland Police has interviewed a 17-year-old boy voluntarily in relation to the incident on the evening of Bank Holiday Sunday. A force spokesman said: “This incident is being classed as a hate crime and any incidents of this nature will not be tolerated. “Acts of hate crime are committed by a small minority of people and are not representative of the public.” The first suspect is described by police as white, around 6ft-tall and of large build, with short neat dark brown hair and a beard. He wore a white vest and shorts and is in his late 30s to early 40s. The second is white, around 5ft 9in-tall and of average build with blond hair, blue eyes and glasses. He was aged in his late teens and wore green wellies, jogging bottoms and a grey jacket.

 

 

 

Not hard to see how good people of Hartlepool managed to try and hang a ships monkey

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The first suspect is described by police as white, around 6ft-tall and of large build, with short neat dark brown hair and a beard. He wore a white vest and shorts and is in his late 30s to early 40s. The second is white, around 5ft 9in-tall and of average build with blond hair, blue eyes and glasses. He was aged in his late teens and wore green wellies, jogging bottoms and a grey jacket.

 

 

 

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I wonder if (presumimg he is an Islamist extremist) he appeared in a documentary called le Jihadi dans la maison à côté de mon maison and was then largely ignored by the French security services?

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