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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Yes. But we'd have to British it up. Poison his tea. :borat: People would love that movie! :ahee:
    How dare you. An absolutely disgusting and traitorous idea. What kind of a soulless demon would suggest we tamper with a sacred liquid such as tea. NEVER touch an Englishman's tea. Anything else, fine, but leave the tea out of this.

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    Some believe that the Tories eat babies.
    I know, what nonsense. Do they not realize they liquefy them first, thus they in fact drink them?
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    How dare you. An absolutely disgusting and traitorous idea. What kind of a soulless demon would suggest we tamper with a sacred liquid such as tea. NEVER touch an Englishman's tea. Anything else, fine, but leave the tea out of this.
    The man needs to be assassinated somehow!

    If you don't like the idea then I would suggest you take on my Boris bike idea. At least then we'll have plan B in case the tea plan (plan A) fails. :yy:

    Ooor oooor we could poison his chocolate digestives. Poison Cameron's biscuits, I say! That way we still have the Britishness of the tea, but the tea doesn't get defiled and still manages to keep it's innocence.
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    Yeah you could have it set at an international conference to discuss the Ukraine crisis.

    Hugh Grant would play David Cameron, Denzil Washington would play Obama and the guy that played Le Chiffre in Casino Royale could play Putin.

    The plot is that the CIA decide on an ultra secret plot, even more daring than the Bin Laden operation, to take out Putin in an international conference. They approach a retired CIA operative, played by Samuel L Jackson to carry out the hit. He's living in a trailer park, a down and out alcoholic, and says his days as an assassin are long gone, so the governments of the free world come together to come up with a plan to get him back in the fold. First Obama meets him and gives him a heartfelt message, but he rejects it. So they conspire to make him meet Ekaterina, a beautiful Ukrainian model, played by Anna Kournikova, who falls in love with him, makes him rediscover meaning in his life and then persuade him to take on the job.

    The final scene shows him avoiding the KGB security detail to set up his sniping point and then when the leaders are stood together to meet the press he lines up his sights on Putin's head, but he misses and hits Cameron instead, he shouts "mother****er!! I knew I was too old to be getting back into this ****!" and then the credits roll.
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    The man needs to be assassinated somehow!

    If you don't like the idea then I would suggest you take on my Boris bike idea. At least then we'll have plan B in case the tea plan (plan A) fails. :yy:

    Ooor oooor we could poison his chocolate digestives. Poison Cameron's biscuits, I say! That way we still have the Britishness of the tea, but the tea doesn't get defiled and still manages to keep it's innocence.
    Why? Why can we not just pull a Tony Blair and ship him off to some third world war zone in the name of 'peace'?

    What if he is a dunker? If we poison his biscuits, it still runs the risk of ruining the tea.
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    (Original post by Lionheart96)
    OH THANK GOD! its ok everyone felamaslen would allow for this film to be made, phew, film makers can carry on making the movie, you're good to go! :rolleyes:
    I think it was quite clear what I meant - that if it were my and only my decision, I would allow it. I.e. that my political philosophy involves allowing this film to be made.
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    Yes.
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    I don't condone murder. But this sounds like a film that will endlessly fascinate me. Please someone make this happen.


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    Yes.

    Next question.


    Some person wrote a book about the assassination of Thatcher recently. Of course the Mail with it's lack of ironic self awareness complained and called for the book to be banned endorsing it's own form of "political correctness gone mad"
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    Some believe that the Tories eat babies.
    The Tories could eat babies and the morons would still vote for them in droves.

    Same with Labour.
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    (Original post by Dariaandahsfan)
    I don't condone murder.
    Thank you for clarifying that. We had been worrying.







    :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Some person wrote a book about the assassination of Thatcher recently did something. Of course the Mail with it's lack of ironic self awareness complained and called for the book to be banned some random hate act endorsing its own form of "political correctness gone mad"
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    He's a bit of a c*nt, so I'd watch it.
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    Yes but it wouldn't work like in the interview because in that they made Kim Jong un a cool guy rather than the murderous weak ankles monster he is.
    I don't know how strong Cameron's ankles are but he certainly even in a fictional film couldn't be made remotely cool and fortunately he's not quite as much of an ******* as Kim he doesn't condone murder etc. which is a big plus in case you didn't know
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    Well americans make films about assassinating the president so I don't think it's a big deal


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    (Original post by Wade-)
    Well americans make films about assassinating the president so I don't think it's a big deal
    The Americans also shoot their schoolkids with automatic weapons, have the death penalty, imprison people without trial, use torture and let their cops kill the black kids with impunity, so don't use them as a standard for moral behaviour.
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    (Original post by Simes)
    The Americans also shoot their schoolkids with automatic weapons, have the death penalty, imprison people without trial, use torture and let their cops kill the black kids with impunity, so don't use them as a standard for moral behaviour.
    Well we've had school massacres, they're gradually getting rid of the death penalty, I take it you only have one example that? I imagine the sis are no better, well we allow police to kill black 20 somethings.

    I wasn't using america as my moral yardstick merely using them as an example; if they're not fussed by films about presidential assassination then I doubt most english people would be bothered by a film where the prime minister is assassinated


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    It is acceptable.
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    Freedom of expression, whilst not inciting hatred= yes you may
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    How about a film where he gets kidnapped, knocked out, then finds himself in a place such as this?

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    (Original post by Lionheart96)
    OH THANK GOD! its ok everyone felamaslen would allow for this film to be made, phew, film makers can carry on making the movie, you're good to go! :rolleyes:
    HAHAHA your sarcasm is funny.


    I like you.
 
 
 
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