or to join or start a new Discussion

Articles/all comments
These 202557 comments are related to an article called:

Live Election Day Thread

Page 401 of 8103

posted on 2/12/15

You lot are pushing this govt to act on Saudi and Qatar for sponsoring IS then book your holidays with Qatar or Emirates airlines

posted on 2/12/15

This whole debate is a farce.

1) We are already bombing IS in Iraq.
2) British citizens are willingly (some maybe not so) joining IS and supporting their evil lifestyle either home or abroad.
3) British citizens are murdering people as part of this regime and in particularly beheading other innocent British citizens.
4) British citizens are being murdered on beaches or in bars or concerts
5) Economic migrants and refugees are queuing up to get into Britain possibly infiltrated by our enemy.

Whether we bomb Syria or not we are already involved.


comment by ● (U4443)

posted on 2/12/15

I'm not - I didn't do anything

posted on 2/12/15

If you have ever eaten lamb or seen a lamb you involved, because you have been involved with or is lamb, if you eat it it becomes you if you've seen one it is absorbed in your retina

comment by (U18543)

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 2/12/15

5 points, 5 facts and 5

Question is, what can you do to alleviate the problems you mentioned?

posted on 2/12/15

Where the hell were you

posted on 2/12/15

vote for cannabis

comment by Admin1 (U1)

posted on 2/12/15

Bogus Batallions is this year's dodgy dossier

posted on 2/12/15

comment by Hod idol the x factor - Mo's posh tin set! (U5117)
posted about an hour ago
This whole debate is a farce.

1) We are already bombing IS in Iraq.
2) British citizens are willingly (some maybe not so) joining IS and supporting their evil lifestyle either home or abroad.
3) British citizens are murdering people as part of this regime and in particularly beheading other innocent British citizens.
4) British citizens are being murdered on beaches or in bars or concerts
5) Economic migrants and refugees are queuing up to get into Britain possibly infiltrated by our enemy.

Whether we bomb Syria or not we are already involved.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

you missed the bit about Brits being murdered by the govt without due process

You also missed the part where British bombs have killed innocent civlians, radicalising more terrorists

Also, to date, not a single refugee has been identified as an ISIS fighter, so please stop with the fecking sht

IS fighters in Europe are homegrown and do not need to risk their lives trying to get here when they can walk across Europe with ease.

For example, the Belgians and the French. I am amazed we have not had calls to close our borders with these countries

comment by (U18543)

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 2/12/15

US Senator John McCain has said British involvement in coalition air strikes against so-called IS in Syria will be of limited value. He told the BBC's Washington correspondent Jon Sopel it was good to have allies on board, "and then we can go to Geneva and say we are 30 nations, or 50 nations".

Then we will have some token aircraft over there from the British and they'll drop a few bombs, and we'll say thank you very much. The president will be able to say 'now we have the British who will be helping us', and that's good."
He said he wasn't saying that UK air strikes would achieve nothing, but added:

Air strikes alone won't win a conflict but it's good to have increased air strikes, it's good to have increased air activities, it's good to have shows of support from our British friends... So I'm glad of it, thank you, we appreciate it! But to say that it's going to make a significant difference, no I've got to be a little more candid than that."

Cant really argue with that

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 2/12/15

This debate has actually got better the longer it has gone on. There have been some fascinating contributions from all sides. Mainly from back-benchers. I am beginning to think people are on the wrong benches.

comment by (U18543)

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

comment by (U18543)

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 2/12/15

He closes the debate - so one last chance Mr C

posted on 2/12/15

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 2/12/15

He should and i want to see Corbyn apologise for his comment as well. Neither will though

posted on 2/12/15

Blarmy - Corbyn hasn't been asked to apologise because the vote is going to goagainst him. The people asking DC to apologise know they are losing the debate.

But you are correct - both should apologise.

posted on 2/12/15

I am in all probability wanting them to apologise for saying what they actually think

comment by ● (U4443)

posted on 2/12/15

The only person asking for an apology should be the recipient of the comment

Did Corbyn ask for an apology?

And what comment did he make that he should apologise for?

posted on 2/12/15

Yes Corbyn did ask for an apology.

posted on 2/12/15

Anyone watched the debate? Been as expected, all of them pretending to have an open mind?

Page 401 of 8103

Sign in if you want to comment