in a rather patronizing manner
Look who's talking. You were the first to mention my nationality as if it's even relevant where I'm from, immediately generalizing all Belgians to have the same opinion as me with your "they". I took no offense of this, instead I joined you in your own style, and now you call me patronizing? Oh the irony. I can appreciate some joking around (or even lots of joking around), but when people resort to calling people 'tin foil hatters' and expressing silly prejudices without being able to take a joke themselves I find them to come across rather silly.
There are many common prejudices against the British, none of which I have mentioned. Why not? Because they are irrelevant to the topic.
why don't you explain your point of view in detail?
I don't see why I have to give my full
world view, I could ask exactly the same of you.
I am interested in how you arrived at the following conclusions as you have stated them. Perhaps you could explain exactly what you mean, and how you arrived at your summation?
Bram J wrote:
2) Assange is subject to character assassination.
3) The allegations are completely ridiculous.
2) http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/brend ... ole-world/
If this is not character assassination, then what is?
3) "The" tweet among other things.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... story.html
The internet is full of this stuff. You can go on your own soul-searching trip if you want.
Good comedians have to reject religion, because to be a good comedian you can't be retarded.