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Anyway, now that this has been confirmed, YESSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1 hour ago, Spade_Cooley said:

 

Now THAT’S the dumbass post of the year!

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2 hours ago, drol said:

Dumbass post of the year. Congrats...

Fuck that. Bet I can make it even more dumbass by the end of the  day. I want that award.....

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31 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

 

Now THAT’S the dumbass post of the year!

Now THAT’S the dumbass post of the year!

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11 minutes ago, drol said:

Now THAT’S the dumbass post of the year!

 

We could be here a while...

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For a minute I was thinking it was Jiang Zemin who had died but on balance I prefer Li Peng to go. 

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6 minutes ago, CoffinLodger said:

For a minute I was thinking it was Jiang Zemin who had died but on balance I prefer Li Peng to go. 

Yes, at least the Toad is funny.

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On ‎19‎/‎07‎/‎2019 at 09:17, YoungWillz said:

Report of the death of former Labour MP for Nottingham West Michael English, by the current MP for Nottingham South:

Not been able to see anything news wise though.

Michael English reported dead here: https://www.politicshome.com/news/organisation-page/association-former-members-parliament/43788/remembrance-departed-colleagues

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North Africa in general has lot to offer in matter of old politicians.

 

Tunisia:
*Rachid Sfar (1933), former PM.

*Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (1936), president and PM, now exiled, but in good health despite rumoursIf for "good health" you mean "terminal prostate cancer"

*Hédi Baccouche (1930), former PM who is now a writer.

*Hamed Karoui (1927), rumoured to be dead last year, he actually lost his brother a month later circa. His nephew will run for president.

*Fouad Mebazaa (1933), President before Essebsi, he condoled his death today.

*Habib Ben Yahia (1938) Foreign Minister, now jailed for power abuse.

*Abdelbaki Hermassi (1937) Foreign Minister

*Ahmed Ben Salah (1926): he was born to bring socialism and revolution in Tunisia, but failed. Now president of his own party.

 

Algeria:

*Abdelaziz Bouteflika (1937), Ali Bou. Well, you all know the Living Dead and all hope for a state funeral to be held really soon.

*Liamine Zeroual (1941), young, but has great health problems and was reported dead different times.

*Abdelhamid Brahimi (1936), PM, who is now a writer.

*Sid Ahmed Ghozali (1937) Famous for his papillon, was bound to be a presidential candidate last year.

*Belaid Abdessalam (1928): a PM who has fought Islamists like no one.

*Ali Haroun (1927): member of the High Council of State.

 

Morocco:

*Ahmed Laraki (1931), from Laraki family, one-time PM and multiple times Foreign Minister.

*Ahmed Osman (1930), PM, brother in law of King Hassan II.

*Abderrahmane Youssoufi (1924), the real Moroccan star. Goes in and out of hospital for pneumonia, still made it to 95. Human rights activist.

*Abdelouahed Belkeziz (1939), Foreign Minister.

*Mohamed Benaissa (1937), quite a celebrity in the Country.

 

Libya:

*Mustafa Ben Halim (1921): Last PM of the KIngdom of Lybia and one of those who plotted against Gheddafi. Who tried to have him killed many times, of course.

*Abdul Ati al-Obeidi (1939), Foreign Minister, arrested and released in 2011.

 

Egypt:

*Hosni Mubarak (1928), the ethernal fucker

*Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (1935), deposed Mubarak.

*Kamal Ganzouri (1933), former PM.

*Hazem El Beblawi (1936) ousted Morsi.

*Ahmad Fathi Sorour (1932), Mubarak associate, who was ousted in 2011 as well.

*Amr Moussa (1936) Foreign Minister

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2 hours ago, drol said:

North Africa in general has lot to offer in matter of old politicians.

 

Tunisia:
*Rachid Sfar (1933), former PM.

*Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (1936), president and PM, now exiled, but in good health despite rumours.

*Hédi Baccouche (1930), former PM who is now a writer.

*Hamed Karoui (1927), rumoured to be dead last year, he actually lost his brother a month later circa. His nephew will run for president.

*Fouad Mebazaa (1933), President before Essebsi, he condoled his death today.

*Habib Ben Yahia (1938) Foreign Minister, now jailed for power abuse.

*Abdelbaki Hermassi (1937) Foreign Minister

*Ahmed Ben Salah (1926): he was born to bring socialism and revolution in Tunisia, but failed. Now president of his own party.

 

Algeria:

*Abdelaziz Bouteflika (1937), Ali Bou. Well, you all know the Living Dead and all hope for a state funeral to be held really soon.

*Liamine Zeroual (1941), young, but has great health problems and was reported dead different times.

*Abdelhamid Brahimi (1936), PM, who is now a writer.

*Sid Ahmed Ghozali (1937) Famous for his papillon, was bound to be a presidential candidate last year.

*Belaid Abdessalam (1928): a PM who has fought Islamists like no one.

*Ali Haroun (1927): member of the High Council of State.

 

Morocco:

*Ahmed Laraki (1931), from Laraki family, one-time PM and multiple times Foreign Minister.

*Ahmed Osman (1930), PM, brother in law of King Hassan II.

*Abderrahmane Youssoufi (1924), the real Moroccan star. Goes in and out of hospital for pneumonia, still made it to 95. Human rights activist.

*Abdelouahed Belkeziz (1939), Foreign Minister.

*Mohamed Benaissa (1937), quite a celebrity in the Country.

 

Libya:

*Mustafa Ben Halim (1921): Last PM of the KIngdom of Lybia and one of those who plotted against Gheddafi. Who tried to have him killed many times, of course.

*Abdul Ati al-Obeidi (1939), Foreign Minister, arrested and released in 2011.

 

Egypt:

*Hosni Mubarak (1928), the ethernal fucker

*Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (1935), deposed Mubarak.

*Kamal Ganzouri (1933), former PM.

*Hazem El Beblawi (1936) ousted Morsi.

*Ahmad Fathi Sorour (1932), Mubarak associate, who was ousted in 2011 as well.

*Amr Moussa (1936) Foreign Minister

I predict a lot of African leaders deaths very soon.They're long overdue.Robert Mugabe should be one of the first ! 

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On 23/07/2019 at 16:11, CoffinLodger said:

For a minute I was thinking it was Jiang Zemin who had died but on balance I prefer Li Peng to go. 

Jiang Zemin is scheduled to appear at Li Peng's funeral. One to watch...

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On 26/07/2019 at 16:55, drol said:

Jiang Zemin is scheduled to appear at Li Peng's funeral. One to watch...

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Looks good. Wen Jiabao, Hu Jintao, Zhu Rongji were not present...

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Former US senator from Florida Richard Stone has died at 90

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11 minutes ago, YoungWillz said:

Dafuq is this blank link?

Works for me but here it is again.

 

 

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3 hours ago, alt obits guy said:

L. Brooks Patterson, an Oakland County (Michigan) executive and a pick in a couple of deadpools, has died.  He was 80.

 

https://www.wxyz.com/homepage-showcase/oakland-county-executive-l-brooks-patterson-passes-away-at-age-80

 

 

That was quick.  

Riddance, racist fuck.

SC

 

https://m.metrotimes.com/news-hits/archives/2019/08/03/rip-l-brooks-patterson-a-racist

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