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posted on 5/12/19

Oh....

I'm much wiser now...

posted on 5/12/19

And that lack of tolerance is not remotely helpful.

posted on 5/12/19

comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 13 minutes ago
comment by Robbing Hoody - tell me I can't and I'll show you I can (U6374)
posted 30 minutes ago
Farage is a pr!ck and is quite frankly dangerous. There's more than a little Mosely in there and he's a career politician who never been a member of parliament. The money he has made, and the obvious collusions he has made, have made him rich. Him getting his kids German passports whilst claiming a wage from the EU just about sums him up and youve got to be an absolute fvcking moron to fall for his rhetoric.

He got a standing ovation in Kirkby in Ashfield the other week which is a small mining town outside Nottingham that was destroyed by the Tories.

Im actually a little scared the Tories will get in now. I thpught people would wise up but many do just want immigrants gone don't they.


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Why would you say that?

I will vote Tory and voted to leave the EU, however I've no desire to see immigrants gone or stopped from coming here if they're contributing to the country in a positive way.

Not all people who vote for conservatives or want to leave the EU, wear pointy pillow cases and carry burning crosses!
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Why tory? What policies make you think you should vote for them?

posted on 5/12/19

"I thought people would wise up but many do just want immigrants gone don't they."

This was the basis of many many leave voters...it was a difficult test and many failed it

posted on 5/12/19

Saw that wench Kaie Hopkins saying this election is all about keeping Corbyn out and not actually voting for someone you want to.

That rhetoric is dodgy but effective.

posted on 5/12/19

comment by Sheriff JW Pepper (U1007)
posted 4 minutes ago
"I thought people would wise up but many do just want immigrants gone don't they."

This was the basis of many many leave voters...it was a difficult test and many failed it

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Read a stat that it'll be quite likely that immigration will actually go up but with none eu nationals. Good chance they'll be brown too.

LEAVE THE WORLD

posted on 5/12/19

comment by kneerash-23 Cara Gold (U6876)
posted 3 minutes ago
Saw that wench Kaie Hopkins saying this election is all about keeping Corbyn out and not actually voting for someone you want to.

That rhetoric is dodgy but effective.
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Seeing as she's on an IVA and had to sell her house after being sued for being an absolute cuuuuuuuunt Id have thought she'd want a better support system.

If you read about her getting sued it's brilliant. She could have settled out of court fir a £5000 donation to charity.

posted on 5/12/19

She's chasing the American Conservative gravy train now. Pro Trump, she was raging that Boris stood next to Trudeau when he was talking about Trump.

posted on 5/12/19

comment by Robbing Hoody - tell me I can't and I'll show you I can (U6374)
posted 28 minutes ago
What do you mean by "wise up"
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Furstly that Farage is a fraud, secondly that immigrants arent the problemand thirdly that voting Tory when youre poor and in an area that has high unemployment voting Tory aint a good idea.

Hundreds work at Sports Direct where they get treated like sh!t on zero hour contracts for low pay. I wonder who Ashley will be voting for.

Also Tories and anyone who votes for them are scvm.
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Well that's me well and truly stereotyped!

So at the wave of a finger hoody has tarnished the vast majority of the Armed Forces as scvm just for a start.

Living proof that some folk on here are best ignored!

posted on 5/12/19

If you vote for these Tories youre complicit to child poverty, it's not up for debate.

posted on 5/12/19

I actually, almost, feel bad now.

Scvm is maybe harsh. Scvm by proxy I dunno, I just dont get how anyone can vote for the people who have caused so much misery. Theyve done it in purpose too!

Patel used aid money to give to the Israeli army.

Windrush.

Atos.

NHS.

Tory donors hedging against the pound in the hope of a no deal exit.

Lies, upon lies, upon lies, deficit isnt gone, schools open four dats a week, hospitals at breaking point, homelesness, poverty, crime.

How on Earth can you support that? It's mental.

As Ive written that I dont feel bad anymore.

posted on 5/12/19

Because it doesn't get any better whoever's in power, my 60 years have taught me that.

At least with Torys you know what you're going to get and not disappointed, rather than a party that promises me free Haribo for life but then find the real things you need cost you more!

And the whole Labour NHS bull$hit thing never ceases to amaze me. The last hospital I remember being privatised was by a Labour government and bought back into the NHS by Tories!

Personally I can't wait for this election to be over so I can stop being subjected to to the endless nonsense from all of them!

posted on 5/12/19

Labour would absolutely stop austerity and pile more money into social services. That's what they do so I font really understand that. Like that's literally what they do and the Torys have literally done all those things.

You should abstain I reckon. Just dont vote.

posted on 5/12/19

Nah, I hate the Labour party, not the party of the working man as far as I'm concerned and haven't been for a long time!

posted on 6/12/19

So how do Labour expect to hire 20k more teachers when teachers are leaving the profession in droves?

I know plenty of teachers who would leave tomorrow if they had something else lined up.

Why?

They are undermined at every opportunity. A child doesn't like a teacher, he/she accuses the teacher of impropriety, child's version of events is taken as gospel.

Teachers are constantly having to deal with threatening behaviour and in some cases threatened with violence often involving knives.

Teachers who feel threatened by unruly/violent students do not get the support they should from their bosses.

So I ask, where are Labour going to get these 20k 'extra' teachers?

posted on 6/12/19

comment by Robbing Hoody - tell me I can't and I'll show you I can (U6374)
posted 3 hours, 23 minutes ago
Labour would absolutely stop austerity and pile more money into social services. That's what they do so I font really understand that. Like that's literally what they do and the Torys have literally done all those things.

You should abstain I reckon. Just dont vote.
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We know Labour would stop austerity and pile more money into social projects. The thing is they do the same thing every time.

They start with a healthy economy running at a surplus (due to Tory austerity measures), and borrow huge amounts of money to pay for these social projects.

The economy then does a nosedive and ends up in deficit. The Labour borrowing becomes unsustainable, taxes rise to try to pay for it.

Eventually the electorate decide they have had enough and vote for the opposition (Tories).

To try and get the economy on some sort of even keel, they introduce austerity measures allowing them to reduce the deficit.

After a few years the economy stabilises and again shows a surplus. The electorate grow weary of the austerity and elect the opposition (Labour) and the cycle starts again.

This cycle has been going on since I can remember in the 60s. Nothing has changed nor will it in the foreseeable future and anyone who says differently is just deluding themselves.

posted on 6/12/19

We know Labour would stop austerity and pile more money into social projects. The thing is they do the same thing every time.

They start with a healthy economy running at a surplus (due to Tory austerity measures), and borrow huge amounts of money to pay for these social projects.

The economy then does a nosedive and ends up in deficit. The Labour borrowing becomes unsustainable, taxes rise to try to pay for it.

Eventually the electorate decide they have had enough and vote for the opposition (Tories).
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Except that wasn't what happened last time when Labour were in power under Blair and not happening now since the Conservative have been in power since they've been I power for the last 9 years.

posted on 6/12/19

comment by Robbing Hoody - tell me I can't and I'll show you I can (U6374)
posted 5 hours, 31 minutes ago
I actually, almost, feel bad now.

Scvm is maybe harsh. Scvm by proxy I dunno, I just dont get how anyone can vote for the people who have caused so much misery. Theyve done it in purpose too!

Patel used aid money to give to the Israeli army.

Windrush.

Atos.

NHS.

Tory donors hedging against the pound in the hope of a no deal exit.

Lies, upon lies, upon lies, deficit isnt gone, schools open four dats a week, hospitals at breaking point, homelesness, poverty, crime.

How on Earth can you support that? It's mental.

As Ive written that I dont feel bad anymore.
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And Labour went to war on a fake report killing half a million people... and the fallout is still being felt today.

Both parties are koonts.

posted on 6/12/19

Both parties are koonts.
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Pretty much. Though I don't think Tories care about that. Both parties at the time would have gone with the US on that.

posted on 6/12/19

Calling tens of millions of people scvm because you don’t agree with their political beliefs - sparkling debate here, and sure to convince people to change their minds of course.

posted on 6/12/19

So...should we just hire Nigel to run the country then...


5...4...3...2...1...

posted on 6/12/19

comment by sᴉɥƃuǝlפ (U19365)
posted 5 hours, 2 minutes ago
comment by Robbing Hoody - tell me I can't and I'll show you I can (U6374)
posted 3 hours, 23 minutes ago
Labour would absolutely stop austerity and pile more money into social services. That's what they do so I font really understand that. Like that's literally what they do and the Torys have literally done all those things.

You should abstain I reckon. Just dont vote.
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We know Labour would stop austerity and pile more money into social projects. The thing is they do the same thing every time.

They start with a healthy economy running at a surplus (due to Tory austerity measures), and borrow huge amounts of money to pay for these social projects.

The economy then does a nosedive and ends up in deficit. The Labour borrowing becomes unsustainable, taxes rise to try to pay for it.

Eventually the electorate decide they have had enough and vote for the opposition (Tories).

To try and get the economy on some sort of even keel, they introduce austerity measures allowing them to reduce the deficit.

After a few years the economy stabilises and again shows a surplus. The electorate grow weary of the austerity and elect the opposition (Labour) and the cycle starts again.

This cycle has been going on since I can remember in the 60s. Nothing has changed nor will it in the foreseeable future and anyone who says differently is just deluding themselves.
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Well this isn't true.

posted on 6/12/19

comment by Sheriff JW Pepper (U1007)
posted 12 minutes ago
So...should we just hire Nigel to run the country then...


5...4...3...2...1...
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At least he's consistent.

posted on 6/12/19

comment by Just Shoot (U10408)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Sheriff JW Pepper (U1007)
posted 12 minutes ago
So...should we just hire Nigel to run the country then...


5...4...3...2...1...
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At least he's consistent.
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I think a few on here are considering the proposal shoot...

Either that , or they are so enraged with keyboard warrior type vitriol that they are constructing a thirty page dossier on the subject as we speak

Or maybe we could have a panel to do the job

How about Nigel, Andrew Neil, Piers Morgan - they all seem to have an opinion on what's wrong with the country...Laura Kuenssberg can do a daily report on what's been achieved by these pillars of wisdom.

Maybe Alan Sugar can be drafted in on a monthly basis to fire people

posted on 6/12/19

Good lord...i'm running the country here from a debate forum...

Who knew.....ok the election is cancelled.

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