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Re: General Election 2017

Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 3:43 pm

Ah! Thing is, it's so bizarre, it's probably true....

Prof Brian Spurtice‏ @BrianSpanner1 53m53 minutes ago
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Wish I was watching foreign news channels now.

'so, Geoff, they need to sacrifice a goat?"

"that's right Melanie
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Yes, these things are hard to explain to non-Brits. rofl rofl rofl

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Re: General Election 2017

Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:10 pm

A good piece about the hard-Left loonies in Corbyn's Labour party:

https://countrysquire.co.uk/2017/06/12/losing-labours-extremists-emboldened/

On polling day, some Labour supporters posted videos online of themselves burning stacks of right wing newspapers. That should ring alarm bells. It started with author John Niven (who was taken to task after the election by JK Rowling for his abusiveness toward Theresa May) and the trend caught on, with Corbyn supporters boasting of having cleared their local newsagents of the Sun and the Daily Mail. Just think about that. Burning newspapers because you disagree with the content. Burning newspapers because you want to ensure that other people are only able to read content which you personally have pre-approved. It’s a downright totalitarian mindset. Or in other words, it’s a hard-left mindset, and it’s being normalized.

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Post  Lamplighter on Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:36 pm

In Germany, the Nazis burned books - next step people? LL
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:45 pm

That's the way it ALWAYS ends when the Thought Police are on the loose, LL. And I can't stand these idiot student types worshipping Corbyn after he promised to give them Free Stuff - they remind me of Mao's Red Guards, and their cruelty.

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Re: General Election 2017

Post  Sabot on Mon Jun 12, 2017 7:33 pm


Finding it hard to comment. It's only the worst of what I saw coming some twenty five years ago.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:08 pm

As long as Comrade Corbyn gets nowhere near No 10, it's all good. Pcorneater

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Post  Sabot on Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:14 pm

bb1 wrote:As long as Comrade Corbyn gets nowhere near No 10, it's all good. Pcorneater

But he seems to think he is.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:28 pm

Maybe in his head, but in the real world, he was beaten by over fifty seats.

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Post  Sabot on Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:38 pm


I think we might have to do this one again. And why not?
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:47 pm

Because there is now a danger that Corbyn would scrape a win - and having seen what socialists can wreck in the 1970s, like many others, I have NO desire to go through that again.

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Post  Sabot on Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:52 pm


I was joking, Bonny. You can all have the chaos for all I care.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:02 pm



Oh God, shut up, you stupid woman. In the space of three years, you've trashed Scotland and led your party to disaster, repeatedly.

You got absolutely hammered last week, losing half a million voters and 40% of your useless MPs. Your own party is wanting rid of you and your husband, likening you to the Ceaușescus.

Just...just put a sock in it, you're an embarrassment now.

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:07 am

Theresa May was just 786 votes away from winning a general election majority.

It’s not been a great week for Theresa May – but what may (or may not) make her feel better is that the Tories would have held onto their majority if they’d had just 786 more votes in their favour.
The PM can also take some solace in the fact that Jeremy Corbyn, and Labour, would need to win another 2,227 votes to take the top job (with the help of a lot of partners) and over 100,000 more votes if he wanted a majority.

http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/12/theresa-may-was-just-786-votes-away-from-winning-a-general-election-majority-6703457/#ixzz4jrbotNFa
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:21 am

Maybe the weather was the real winner last week?

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:27 am

bb1 wrote:Maybe the weather was the real winner last week?
Who knows? Like many things about the UK it is unpredictable as hell!!!! I'm of the age where I lean towards a quiet life. LL Hide
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:29 am

I know the feeling, LL..... smile

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:49 am

Labour tried to do deals with the DUP last time there was a hung parliament.

Outrage over a pending ‘confidence and supply’ deal between the Tories and the Democratic Unionist Party of Ulster shows no signs of slowing down.

However, the DUP have now pointed out that under Gordon Brown, Labour had tried to strike a similar deal when there was a hung parliament in 2010.

Yvette Cooper, Shaun Woodward, Ed Miliband and Alistair Campbell were just a few of the Labour supporters or MPs to have recently criticised Theresa May for dealing with the extremely conservative, anti-abortion, anti-LGBT rights party from Northern Ireland.

However, when Brown failed to get a majority he wrote letters to the DUP asking to do a deal.

http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/11/labour-tried-to-do-deals-with-the-dup-last-time-there-was-a-hung-parliament-6701733/
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:00 am

Alex Salmond was prepared to do deals with the DUP as well, LL. The hypocrisy on display from the bien pensants is sickening, frankly.

Anyone would think the DUP had horns, or something. Some of their ideas are not to my taste, but then, neither are many of Jezza's - no party has a monopoly on morality.

Arlene Foster saw her father, who thankfully survived, shot in the head by Jezza's IRA chums. The IRA blew up a school bus she was on in an attempt at killing the driver - and to Hell with the children on board. These things tend to shape one's character...

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:17 am

Theresa May signals austerity is over and overhaul of Brexit plans.

Theresa May’s new chief of staff has signalled that the Government will look again at austerity and its Brexit plans.

Gavin Barwell explained that a key reason his party lost the election is because it struggled to convince people that their “quality of life” would improve under the Tories, while Jeremy Corbyn taped into their concerns.

The Prime Minister is set to meet the Northern Irish DUP to hammer out a deal to give her a working majority in the Commons, that may mean ditching proposals to scrap the triple-lock on pensions and means test the winter fuel payment.

Meanwhile, Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson said Ms May should work with other parties to form a consensus on Brexit, having met the Prime Minister at Downing Street.

Ms May told Tory MPs at a crunch meeting last night she would listen to all voices in her party on Brexit, in the wake of the election result.

Mr Barwell , who took up his position in No 10 after losing his Croydon Central seat to Labour, told BBC’s Panorama programme that years of spending cuts had taken their toll. More at link.

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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:18 am

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/arlene-foster-relives-horror-of-fathers-shooting-by-ira-and-tells-how-bus-blast-could-have-killed-her-34297350.html

Arlene Foster spent the longest seven minutes of her life hiding in the bedroom of her Fermanagh home as distress flares were fired into the air to alert police to an IRA attack on her father.

"I was eight when my father, John Kelly, was shot - I hadn't thought of politics at that stage," the newly-crowned DUP leader explained.

Mr Kelly, a policeman, survived the shooting in 1979.

But for a young Mrs Foster, it was a glimpse of the Troubles raging outside their otherwise idyllic childhood existence in rural Fermanagh.

"It was a very simple, happy, rural life," she said. "Hay fields and the sort of thing you would expect with a country girl.

"After he was shot we had to move."

It meant giving up their small farm, which her father ran as a sideline.

Mrs Foster still remembers the events with terrifying clarity.

"I was in the kitchen and my mother was sitting on the edge of the table and she just froze when the gunshots went off," she recalled.

"I didn't know what they were until my father came in on all fours crawling, with blood coming from his head."
...more at link.

Anyone who reads the whole story, and thinks that a childhood beset by IRA atrocities, is somehow going to produce the sort of weak leader so common in the UK, needs to do a reality check.

There was nothing of the 'romantic rebel' about the murderous, drug-smuggling thugs of the IRA; the atrocities they committed on the British mainland were ten times worse than anything the islamic crazies have done so far.

And Comrade Corbyn was NOT 'trying to help the peace process', far from it. He only spoke to one side of the conflict - just as with Gaza - and voted AGAINST the Anglo-Irish peace agreement.

Corbyn is a fake, a fraud and a traitor - in my humble opinion. biggrin

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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:21 am

Theresa May’s new chief of staff has signalled that the Government will look again at austerity and its Brexit plans.

Good; an awful lot of Tory 'reforms' have been downright cruel, targetting the most vulnerable in society, the disabled, the terminally ill, etc, while acheiving very little.

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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:09 pm

http://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/the-book-of-jeremy-corbyn

THE BOOK OF JEREMY CORBYN

And it came to pass, in the land of Britain, that the High Priestess went unto the people and said, Behold, I bring ye tidings of great joy. For on the eighth day of the sixth month there shall be a general election.

And the people said, Not another one.
....etc.

Very funny!

And the elders rose up and said to the young people, If ye choose Jeremy, he will bring distress in your toils and wailing upon your streets. Do ye not remember the nineteen-seventies?

And the young people said, The what?

And the elders spake again, and said to the young people, Beware, for he gave succor in days of yore to the I.R.A.

And the young people said, The what?

And the young people said, Jeremy shall bring peace unto all nations, for he hateth the engines of war that take wing across the heavens. And he showeth respect for all peoples, even unto the transgender community.

And the elders said, The what?


rofl rofl rofl rofl

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:18 pm

Glorious - and the writer is a Brit/American film critic!    LL    rofl rofl rofl rofl

And there was great murmuring among the elders. And they said unto themselves, Weep not. For the High Priestess doth but prepare the way. Cometh there not one who is greater than she?

And they said, Behold, for the hour of the redeemer is upon us. And his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, the Prince of Peace. And they cried in one voice, Boris.

And the young people said, Oh, shit.


Read that and nearly choked on me lunch!!   LL
 
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