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Jabboy contacted us because he's skint. So what have you done to make money fast? Did you actually make anything, or were you just ripped off by someone who really was getting rich quick? Did you have to sell your soul?

PS. Jabboy is available for rent on 0870 88673242

(, Thu 31 Jul 2008, 16:57)
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It's easy
1. Convince millions of people that odds of about 13,000,000-1 are worth a £1 punt every week.
2. Get the backing of the government by bribing them with a split of the profits and giving a bit to charity.
3. Have the national broadcaster set aside a prime time slot every week to advertise for you.
4. Profit!

"It could be you"...but probability suggests that it almost certainly won't.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 14:08, closed)
But it's more than £1 a week now
so many different Lotto games, also twice a could spend your life and wages on this bollocks.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 14:19, closed)
but I do think it's worth £1 just for the adrenaline rush
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 14:26, closed)
"A tax on hope"
Is how David Mitchell once described it. I though it was quite apt.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 14:35, closed)
^^ I suppose that's nicer than
"a tax on the poor and stupid"
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 14:36, closed)
"adrenalin rush"?
You really need to get out more.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 14:46, closed)
I can help you get that pole out your arse if you like? I get the impression it's quite a way up
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 15:12, closed)
Or, if you're after a real adrenalin rush could go take a long jump off a short pier.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 15:40, closed)
which Pier did you have in mind - I might make space in the diary for the occasion? and If you're lucky, I might help you with that stick
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 15:47, closed)
Oooh, a witty stick up bottom comment
maybe if you're really lucky Goat, some of the comments about how utterly deluded, and often just plain wrong, your posts frequently are, might permeate your brain and you can start living life without the ridiculous fantasy web you have spun within yours.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 15:57, closed)
sounds like someone needs a hug

pm me for which parts your think 'deluded' and I'll be happy to debate with you
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 15:58, closed)
I have a friend who shares the same sort of views as The Goat, although wants the world to follow Communism and spouts this wherevere/whenever he can and debates nigh on constantly.

He's never very happy, he has to realise that people don't care and if he just shut up and concentrated on his own life he would be alot happier instead of trying some sort of indoctrine process with everyone he meets; which is kinda hypocritical, no?

In terms of the lottery, I'd much rather put my money into a sure thing, even paying for sex atleast you know what you're getting (although the STD's are a dirty lottery).
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 17:00, closed)
I think you're missing the point

Im not selling any ideology or view - and certainly not communism

( and as a side note send your mate this book: it's free hereWall Street & the Bolshevik Revolution : how western bankers funded communism

I'm mostly quoting from books not widely available and from the published works from thinktanks to the elite themselves

“The Power of financial capitalism had [a] far reaching plan, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalistic fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences. The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks, which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank sought to dominate its government by its ability to control treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence co-operative politicians by subsequent rewards in the business world."
Carrol Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, 1966 - Bill Clinton's mentor and Georgetown University professor

“"We are at present working discreetly with all our might to wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of the world. All the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands."
Arnold Toynbee, "The Trend of International Affairs Since the War", International Affairs, November 1931, p. 809

“if the people allow central banks to control the money supply the people will wake up homeless deprived of their property”
Thomas Jefferson

““a world banking system was being set up, a superstate controlled by international bankers acting togather to enslave th world”
Louis Mc Fadden

““the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes”
“ Benjamin Disraeli

and it's not me who says the people are governed by an elite behind the scenes of politics that the public have no concept of"

it's Prof Quigley, official historian for the Council on Foreign Relations

read works by the likes of Carroll Quigley(Tragedy and Hope) , Jacques Attali (Millenium) among others, where they reveal their agenda for a unified world order and government system

books written for the CFR (Council of Foreign Relations) and RIFA and those who run the politics behind the politics (as CFR historian Prof Quigley states)

Jacques Attali wrote of the rise of China and the decline of the US over 15 yaears ago - as a road map to world government (China also took over from Japan as the biggest holder of the US debt some time ago) curious no?

and I could give you a shit load of quotes warning of central bank implemented by the Jesuits from the likes of Washington, Lincoln and Sam Morse etc which have been lost to history
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 17:11, closed)
The Goat,
I think YOU'RE missing the point.

I said my mate had the same views as you, I never said you were trying to indoctrine anyone. That was your own assumption, not mine.

Edit: I am a prick but at that moment I wasn't intending on being.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 17:26, closed)
"same sort fo views as me"

what views are mine if all I'm doing above is quoting and listing sources?

e.g read the following quotes for yourself....

"Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of the day."
Theodore Roosevelt, April 19, 1906

"This Act (the Federal Reserve Act, Dec. 23rd 1913) establishes the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President (Woodrow Wilson) signs the Bill, the invisible government of the Monetary Power will be legalised... The worst legislative crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency Bill."
Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr.

"The real rulers in Washington are invisible and exercise power from behind the scenes."
Justice Felix Frankfurter (1882-1965) U.S. Supreme Court Justice

"We shall have a World government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World government will be achieved by conquest or consent."
James Paul Warburg, February 17, 1950, before the U.S. Senate
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 17:28, closed)
Well in which case,
the same views that he spouts several hundred quotes from the works of Marx and Lenin.

I mean surely you hold some sort of self mentality about these quotes Goat? I don't understand how someone can quote so extensivly about a given subject yet share no beliefs in it, I'm not trying to assume anything here but I know I wouldn't be able to get so interested into something I didn't believe.

However, now work is over.. To The Pub!

Edit again: Sorry I'm being ignorant and haven't even bothered to read any of the quotations, when it comes to a pint of Old Peculiar or hanging around work reading, I choose the former.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 17:33, closed)
your opinions are only as good as your information
the wider the pool of information you have to drink from the more accurate and informed your opinions will be
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 17:37, closed)
That's why I buy The Sun and the Daily Mail.
(, Wed 6 Aug 2008, 21:46, closed)

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