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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #150 on: 11 July 2018, 18:22:43 »

These young people who are gagging for a Corbyn Govt. Are they really so dim and uninformed, that they don't understand that he and McDonnell would wreak havoc on the economy in a very short space of time, and there would be a lot less money and jibs for everyone then ?
Every Labour Govt. in history has left the economy in a worse state than they found it. The next one would very obviously be the worst of all in that respect.
I honestly believe that citizens should apply to become voters and be required to take a test on basic awareness and understanding of political issues before voting cards are handed out.

Is this another way of saying 'thick people' shouldn't be allowed to vote?...... ;)

And who decides who is fit to vote and who isn't?

I'm pretty sure JRM would have a different idea of who is competent to vote than JC would. :y
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #151 on: 11 July 2018, 18:27:12 »

These young people who are gagging for a Corbyn Govt. Are they really so dim and uninformed, that they don't understand that he and McDonnell would wreak havoc on the economy in a very short space of time, and there would be a lot less money and jibs for everyone then ?
Every Labour Govt. in history has left the economy in a worse state than they found it. The next one would very obviously be the worst of all in that respect.
I honestly believe that citizens should apply to become voters and be required to take a test on basic awareness and understanding of political issues before voting cards are handed out.

Is this another way of saying 'thick people' shouldn't be allowed to vote?...... ;)

And who decides who is fit to vote and who isn't?

I'm pretty sure JRM would have a different idea of who is competent to vote than JC would. :y

What's Jesus Christ to do with it? ::) ::)

Mind you Jeremy Corbyn thinks he can walk on water and change water to wine!! ;D ;D ;D ;)
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #152 on: 11 July 2018, 18:35:18 »

These young people who are gagging for a Corbyn Govt. Are they really so dim and uninformed, that they don't understand that he and McDonnell would wreak havoc on the economy in a very short space of time, and there would be a lot less money and jibs for everyone then ?
Every Labour Govt. in history has left the economy in a worse state than they found it. The next one would very obviously be the worst of all in that respect.
I honestly believe that citizens should apply to become voters and be required to take a test on basic awareness and understanding of political issues before voting cards are handed out.

Is this another way of saying 'thick people' shouldn't be allowed to vote?...... ;)

And who decides who is fit to vote and who isn't?

I'm pretty sure JRM would have a different idea of who is competent to vote than JC would. :y

Depends how you define thick. Uneducated people can be highly intelligent, but have problems articulating their intelligence. People who are too mentally lazy to bother trying to understand the issues from all points of view, would rightly fail the test.
I wouldn't want to ban genuinely thick people from voting, as Im both uneducated and thick, so wouldn't be able to vote.  ;D
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #153 on: 24 July 2018, 22:46:31 »

Raab sidelined, May and Robbins have in actual fact been the dept for Brexit all along.

And now Parloament has broken for summer hols.


You could not make it up.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #154 on: 24 July 2018, 22:52:01 »

Perhaps our new Brexit secretary was a bit too Brexit for appeaser May. :-\
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #155 on: 24 July 2018, 23:18:12 »

He is supposed to be a cross between a figurehead and a messenger boy. Whether he is prepared to keep going along woith this charade remains to be seen.  :-\
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #156 on: 24 July 2018, 23:26:13 »

Deckchair attendant?
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #157 on: 24 July 2018, 23:37:10 »

Yep, that about covers it.  :y ::)………...hopefully the next crisis will result in the requisite number of letters being sent to the 1922 committee chairman, and they can thenput a bullet behind her right ear, so to speak.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #158 on: 24 July 2018, 23:48:31 »

Yep, that about covers it.  :y ::)………...hopefully the next crisis will result in the requisite number of letters being sent to the 1922 committee chairman, and they can thenput a bullet behind her right ear, so to speak.
yep..its time for that old hag to go.....
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #159 on: 25 July 2018, 06:22:18 »

She will totally sell out the UK with BRINO so the surrender is completed, signed and sealed, before the summer recess for MP's has finished. So this is an unelected, unaccountable, 'neutral' civil service Olly Robins driven 'fait accompli', if it wasn't so sic and bad, I would see the EU dictatorship irony in what they have done. >:( >:( >:( >:(

We have been shafted by the trojan horse remainer PM, there is only one electoral revenge and that is to kill off the Conservative party and replace it with a proper right wing one & I will be very actively campaigning to do this with to a lessor or greater extent 17.4 million leave others. :y :y :y

One of the reasons I've always really, really detested May beyond her total incompetitance, easily led gullibility and zero political instincts is her constant playing of the faux Conservative socialist tool and the damage and I suspect now death she has caused to the Conservative party. This brand damage and disloyalty to me started with her 'nasty party' speech and she has been a total and utter Judas ever since. >:( >:( >:(
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #160 on: 25 July 2018, 09:24:01 »

Funnily enough, i said straight after the result thatBritain needed a third party. One of middle ground pro Britain and pro Brexit. Not UKIP.

I cannot see it happening,  the current Conservative business driven, Labour lookafter the disadvantaged, Lib dems Guardian readers?  is so deeply entrenched tomale a new party impossible in Britain.

Plus you can “ thin slice” at the 17.5 million. Many will be happy to have any result as they are fed up, anythng to stop Corbyn getting in and so on. I think there isnt sufficient support for a viable new party however laudable. Might be different if there is a catastrophic event.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #161 on: 25 July 2018, 10:27:46 »

Is Brexit not running smoothly then. :)
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #162 on: 25 July 2018, 10:39:55 »

Funnily enough, i said straight after the result thatBritain needed a third party. One of middle ground pro Britain and pro Brexit. Not UKIP.

I cannot see it happening,  the current Conservative business driven, Labour lookafter the disadvantaged, Lib dems Guardian readers?  is so deeply entrenched tomale a new party impossible in Britain.

Plus you can “ thin slice” at the 17.5 million. Many will be happy to have any result as they are fed up, anythng to stop Corbyn getting in and so on. I think there isnt sufficient support for a viable new party however laudable. Might be different if there is a catastrophic event.

I don't know. I'd say both the Tories and Labour are split severely enough to self-destruct given a small impetus. Maybe May getting knifed in the back and the government collapsing would do the job? There MUST be undercurrents of a new party happening at the moment, and the only reason for the status quo is that May is keeping the Tory snouts in the trough by hanging on and, if when that falls apart, Labour will be in by default, despite having an equally shite leader, due to the Lib er.. Dem.. what were they, again?.

This assumes we have any diligent politicians with principals left, of course. Maybe we haven't.  :-\
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #163 on: 25 July 2018, 12:48:43 »

Maybe there is room for a National socialist Party to take hold of the reins, like in Germany in 1933. ::)

It was run by a funny little Austrian chap with dodgy facial hair........what was his name again? 
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #164 on: 25 July 2018, 12:49:02 »

Vince Cable is currently trying to start a new centre left anti Brexit party. Nigel Farage and Steve Bannon are talking about forming what SKY news referred to on Sunday morning as a "new far right party" !  ::)
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