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post Oct 29 2020, 02:37 PM
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Well folks, despite the screams of protest from many on here to the contrary it turns out (to nobody's surprise) that labour is indeed anti Semitic. Good bye Jeremy, there a special bolgia waiting for you.
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post Oct 29 2020, 06:33 PM
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Well ofcourse Labour May have some racist supporters but most of them voted Tory in the last election. ;-)
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post Oct 29 2020, 06:56 PM
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QUOTE (newres @ Oct 29 2020, 07:33 PM) *
Well ofcourse Labour May have some racist supporters but most of them voted Tory in the last election. ;-)

Only the ones who couldn't cope with the anti Semitic trope that is the labour dumpster fire...sorry I meant labour party. Still it's a shame they couldn't just offer The human rights watchdog a peerage, I mean, it worked last time. ��
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post Oct 31 2020, 08:47 AM
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QUOTE (je suis Charlie @ Oct 29 2020, 03:37 PM) *
Well folks, despite the screams of protest from many on here to the contrary it turns out (to nobody's surprise) that labour is indeed anti Semitic. Good bye Jeremy, there a special bolgia waiting for you.


Is this the same Labour party that is screaming BAME diversity at us morning, noon and night? No, probably another lot with a similar sounding name. One of them should issue a disclaimer.


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post Oct 31 2020, 07:16 PM
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QUOTE (SirWilliam @ Oct 31 2020, 09:47 AM) *
Is this the same Labour party that is screaming BAME diversity at us morning, noon and night? No, probably another lot with a similar sounding name. One of them should issue a disclaimer.

They can't help themselves, poor misunderstood loves,

"Poplar MP Apsana Begum named in Labour party anti-Semitism scandal as Jeremy Corbyn is suspended".

Is the same MP as,

"Labour MP Apsana Begum charged with housing fraud"

Bless.
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post Nov 1 2020, 09:23 AM
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QUOTE (je suis Charlie @ Oct 31 2020, 07:16 PM) *
They can't help themselves, poor misunderstood loves,

"Poplar MP Apsana Begum named in Labour party anti-Semitism scandal as Jeremy Corbyn is suspended".

Is the same MP as,

"Labour MP Apsana Begum charged with housing fraud"

Bless.

Hold on though, is the red faced right wing Brexit supporting MP that is accused of rape? It’s pointless getting into these sort of point scoring exercises. Both parties have bad eggs.
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post Nov 1 2020, 11:27 AM
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QUOTE (newres @ Nov 1 2020, 09:23 AM) *
Hold on though, is the red faced right wing Brexit supporting MP that is accused of rape? It’s pointless getting into these sort of point scoring exercises. Both parties have bad eggs.


Bad eggs???? That would make one **** of an omelette. wink.gif wink.gif


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post Nov 1 2020, 01:53 PM
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I'm just sitting back and drinking it all in as the whole lot spirals out of control and ends up burning up in the sun. Now red Len has threatened to lose the next election for labour....son, they don't need your help, honestly.
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post Nov 1 2020, 02:24 PM
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QUOTE (je suis Charlie @ Nov 1 2020, 01:53 PM) *
I'm just sitting back and drinking it all in as the whole lot spirals out of control and ends up burning up in the sun. Now red Len has threatened to lose the next election for labour....son, they don't need your help, honestly.

Imho, what the country needs next time is an electoral pact to deliver PR. We shouldn’t have to put an with another extreme government (left or right).
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post Nov 1 2020, 08:03 PM
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QUOTE (newres @ Nov 1 2020, 03:24 PM) *
Imho, what the country needs next time is an electoral pact to deliver PR. We shouldn’t have to put an with another extreme government (left or right).

Will never happen. Neither of the 2 main parties want to be joined at the hip with the equivalent of a Jo Swinson.
I'm not against it. Just saying it will never pass in Parliament.
Still...locked down till March soon (with a week break at xmas), Donald Trunp reelected with a minority vote and a debt of 3 trillion of WW2 proportions that will kill hundreds of thousands of the next generation prematurely. What's not to like?🙄
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post Nov 2 2020, 02:51 AM
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QUOTE (newres @ Nov 1 2020, 03:24 PM) *
Imho, what the country needs next time is an electoral pact to deliver PR. We shouldn’t have to put an with another extreme government (left or right).

🤔 Hmm, extreme right 🤔 Adolf Hitler, Francisco Franco, Mussolini. Bojo the clown?.......not so much.
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post Nov 2 2020, 10:20 AM
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Right/left/raving loonies, they are all have an agenda that is detrimental to the hoi polloi. One only has to take an objective appraisal of the present debacle to realise they are not the brightest spanners in the box if they are more concerned with political point scoring than getting the country back on it's feet.
They used to say that there was "those that do and those who teach", now instead of sending the family idiot into the church they point them in the direction of Westminster. rolleyes.gif


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post Nov 2 2020, 08:42 PM
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QUOTE (TallDarkAndHandsome @ Nov 1 2020, 08:03 PM) *
Will never happen. Neither of the 2 main parties want to be joined at the hip with the equivalent of a Jo Swinson.
I'm not against it. Just saying it will never pass in Parliament.
Still...locked down till March soon (with a week break at xmas), Donald Trunp reelected with a minority vote and a debt of 3 trillion of WW2 proportions that will kill hundreds of thousands of the next generation prematurely. What's not to like?🙄


It does seem somewhat perverse that we keep electing persons to run the country who are quite simply incapable of organising a village fete. Even turkeys do not vote for xmas but that is exactly what the British public do on a regular basis just because it our "democratic" right.
If we return to "normality" tomorrow our children, who have yet to be conceived, will be footing the bill all their lives, assuming that is there is any employment left. Bearing in mind that this virus could be around for the next 100 years, or days, (no one knows), so at what point do they say enough is enough and we need to get back to work?
In the early stages the virus was transmitted by personal contact which warranted some form of distancing ,but it is now obviously become atmospherically endemic so one would need to be encased in a lead box to avoid contact. But does anyone take this pragmatic approach to the problem? Do they ****, no its shut everything down because we will have a vaccine by next week. Well good luck with that idea Mr Hancock because you obviously know sod all about immunisation and even less about virology, despite you supposedly having access to the best brains on the matter.
Least the market for those turkeys, who didn't ask to be part of the festive frivolities, will be decimated also. dry.gif dry.gif


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post Nov 3 2020, 12:22 AM
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QUOTE (SirWilliam @ Nov 2 2020, 09:42 PM) *
It does seem somewhat perverse that we keep electing persons to run the country who are quite simply incapable of organising a village fete. Even turkeys do not vote for xmas but that is exactly what the British public do on a regular basis just because it our "democratic" right.
If we return to "normality" tomorrow our children, who have yet to be conceived, will be footing the bill all their lives, assuming that is there is any employment left. Bearing in mind that this virus could be around for the next 100 years, or days, (no one knows), so at what point do they say enough is enough and we need to get back to work?
In the early stages the virus was transmitted by personal contact which warranted some form of distancing ,but it is now obviously become atmospherically endemic so one would need to be encased in a lead box to avoid contact. But does anyone take this pragmatic approach to the problem? Do they ****, no its shut everything down because we will have a vaccine by next week. Well good luck with that idea Mr Hancock because you obviously know sod all about immunisation and even less about virology, despite you supposedly having access to the best brains on the matter.
Least the market for those turkeys, who didn't ask to be part of the festive frivolities, will be decimated also. dry.gif dry.gif

I would think it's not too difficult for every GP to simply identify all those at risk, old, fat, infirm. They then have to self isolate while the young and fit get back to education and work otherwise there will be no one to pay for this. You can't simply say it's the government at fault because it's happening worldwide. Who would of even believed back in march that we would still be in this situation? Crazy!
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post Nov 3 2020, 01:33 PM
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QUOTE (je suis Charlie @ Nov 3 2020, 12:22 AM) *
I would think it's not too difficult for every GP to simply identify all those at risk, old, fat, infirm. They then have to self isolate while the young and fit get back to education and work otherwise there will be no one to pay for this. You can't simply say it's the government at fault because it's happening worldwide. Who would of even believed back in march that we would still be in this situation? Crazy!


Do you think this is something to do with the "industrialised" world being so obsessed with believing what social media tells it what to do that they have lost the ability to think for themselves? Fifty years ago if any government tried to pull a stunt like this they would be laughed out of court, but now most, (but not all), of Europe is behaving like headless chucks with very little scientific support, yet try telling the 70% of those who think lockdowns are a good idea that and be prepared to duck.
Globally (2016 figures) more people lost their lives in road accidents than this virus has so far claimed yet we accept it as a given, but a virus, which is pretty nasty but no worse than others, is heralded as the personification of the grim reaper.

Yes it will thin the old, the obese and generally unwell out, but they are on borrowed time anyway. May sound heartless but a reality that seems to be overlooked.




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