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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: Yesterday at 23:23:39 »
Fret ye not. I got it out of my system a very long time ago. Any remaining traces were eradicated within the first two years of the New Liebore project.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: Yesterday at 22:20:45 »
Oh, and as Im currently watching BBC1. The displaying of the EU flag to be banned anywhere in the UK. Anyone attempting to do so at the last night of the proms, will be shot in front of their family !


And to think I once believed in Socialism.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: Yesterday at 21:55:25 »
I would put extra funding into the railways. Then scrap all passenger carrying trains and replace them with freight trains. Then increase VED for trucks massively, freeing up the roads for cars and bikes to have fun on once again.
No-one allowed on motorways unless they pass a test to prove they can safely handle a vehicle at well over 100mph. Then abolish the 70mph limit.
People aren't allowed to vote unless they have paid at least basic rate tax for five consecutive years prior to the vote taking place.
They would also have to pass an exam to demonstrate a reasonably high level of understanding of political issues.
Crime of treason to be restored, retrospective to 1997.
Death penalty restored for very serious crimes, including treason.
BBC to become pay per view.
Media outlet will be banned if they are found to be biased or lack objectivity.
Defence spending to be massively increased. Planned invasion of continental Europe to be kept secret until the increases have filtered through.
Non British residents employed in menial jobs to lose rights of residence.
UK citizens who live off the state to be given vouchers for food, clothing, rent, electricity etc. but no cash. Cash can be earned via the recently vacated menial jobs. The exception being obviously seriously disabled people and war veterans.
Public sector spending to be slashed in most areas. Public sector jobs to be cut savagely. The state to be shrunk to levels of a century ago. The exception being pensions for service personnel.
Taxes cut across the board, as the state no longer needs to confiscate half of everyones earnings.
Is it wrong that Im feeling quite excited now ?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: Yesterday at 21:41:07 »
I saw a good meme on facebook today which said that, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Brazil, India, China, South Africa and many others are interested in doing a trade deal with the UK, and in fact the only people who don't want to do a trade deal with the UK are the EU!  ::)

It's all probably moot anyway, as the cabinet minister Nicky Morgan has said today that if there is a second referendum she will vote remain. That's code for when there is a second referendum....  ::)

So much info/misinfo going round. I read that the EU offered T May a free trade deal and she turned it down.  It really is hard to sort the facts from fiction.

It is a known fact that she was offered that, right at the start of the process and she declined. Ive never heard her offer any explanation as to why she did. Im not a natural conspiracy theorist, but......

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: Yesterday at 18:10:10 »
Think you meant to say...

Nope WE WILL need a dictator.  You are the populace. I could say You will need a dictator. 😀

Ok.....We as part of the great unwashed, and as members of the proletariat, we need a dictator. :)

Who do you suggest?

French Albs reckons he would make a 'benevolent' dictator. ;)

Depends how you define benevolent. I do actually think I would be reasonably benevolent - once I had fixed the problems. Once left wing liberal thinking has been completely eradicated, I could afford a degree of benevolence.

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General Discussion Area / Re: HS 2 to be "reviewed "
« on: Yesterday at 15:46:33 »
I applaud your bravery for admitting to all that in public.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: 13 September 2019, 18:38:10 »
Its not just voting against what some people(the majority) want them to vote for. Its voting against what they said they would do. I now politicians lie, but this shower have taken it to a whole different level.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: 13 September 2019, 17:41:48 »
The majority of them are voting against what they pledged to do when they said they would honour the referendum result, and when they voted to trigger article 50. Also voting against the results in their own constituencies in most cases.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: 13 September 2019, 17:34:23 »
That isn't whats happening. Every vote in Parliament has been to try and prevent control from being given back to it. If they are just really worried about a no deal Brexit, as they claim, they could have voted for May / Robbins extremely soft Brino deal on the three occasions they had the chance, but they didn't. This exposes them for what they really are.
Traitors, imo.

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Omega General Help / Re: Oil Leak front of car temp of engine?
« on: 13 September 2019, 17:31:13 »
Engine temp. sounds normal to me. Iv always found the MPG readouts in Omegas to be pretty accurate.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: 13 September 2019, 17:23:12 »
Government ministers need to tread carefully when 'giving the impression' that the judges are bent.

He only voiced my thoughts to be honest.  ;)

He probably voiced the thoughts of many, but as a minister he should be more responsible. He knew his comments would inflame some people.

It's strange......shouty Farage and his ilk were always banging on that laws should be made in Westminster not Brussels. That we should take back control with our own 'elected representatives' in parliament. This is broadly what is now happening.

We are not yet a banana republic with a dictator but as Boris is dismissive of parliament we could be heading that way. :-\

Boris Johnson needs to be accountable.

Your wrong. People voted to take control from the EU and give it back to the UK Parliament. Parliament is conspiring in every way possible to stop control being given back to it. It doesn't want it, it wants it to stay overseas. Boris is trying to find a way around or through that to enact what people voted for.
Much of this Parliament (including the speaker) is completely anti democratic.
It not Boris,s lack of accountability to Parliament we should be worried about. Its Parliaments complete lack of accountability to the people that is the big problem.
We voted to leave. Not leave if certain conditions or agreements were put in place. Just leave.

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 12 September 2019, 18:36:16 »
Or even the boss,s car with a tank full of Diesel - when its an Audi 3.0 DTi,  S line, le Mans, special edition, Quattro, with flappy paddles to encourage thrashing.
Much fun was had that day. I was almost glad the Omega alternator went pop on the way to work.

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General Discussion Area / Re: HS 2 to be "reviewed "
« on: 12 September 2019, 18:24:23 »
So, despite the fact that the company in charge of building the thing announced last week that they think it likely it will go another seven years and another 25 billion over budget, you still think its a great use of public money ?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: 12 September 2019, 18:16:35 »
Project fear lies, or archetypal left wing economic illiteracy ? You decide.
https://order-order.com/2019/09/12/caroles-short-logic-brexit-disaster-capitalism/

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General Discussion Area / Re: Rear suspension adjustment arm
« on: 12 September 2019, 13:19:41 »
I bought a pair of Lemforder ones for 100 a couple of years ago. Cant  remember where from though, apart from it was online.

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