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  1. #91

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    What an utterly pathetic thread. I’m looking forward to seeing the film though. Like Ken Loach

  2. #92

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
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    Sums you up you selfish tory ****

  3. #93

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croesy Blue View Post
    Sums you up you selfish tory ****
    I have no idea what this thread is all about as I’ve skipped past all the bullshit, but one thing I do notice is that you are one of the first to raise apparent outrage at the merest sign of ‘incorrectness’ yet you throw the word ‘Tory’ around as some kind of sectarian slur. Why is that?

  4. #94

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    Quote Originally Posted by StraightOuttaCanton View Post
    I have no idea what this thread is all about as I’ve skipped past all the bullshit, but one thing I do notice is that you are one of the first to raise apparent outrage at the merest sign of ‘incorrectness’ yet you throw the word ‘Tory’ around as some kind of sectarian slur. Why is that?
    Because anyone who is a tory is a ****, hope that helps mate.

    It isn't like being gay or black or a woman it is a choice they've made and in my eyes it makes them a **** so I don't see anything wrong with calling them a ****.

    Here's an idea in future understand what a thread is about before commenting

  5. #95

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    Quote Originally Posted by StraightOuttaCanton View Post
    I have no idea what this thread is all about as I’ve skipped past all the bullshit, but one thing I do notice is that you are one of the first to raise apparent outrage at the merest sign of ‘incorrectness’ yet you throw the word ‘Tory’ around as some kind of sectarian slur. Why is that?
    If you’ve skipped through all the bullshit and have no idea what this thread is all about how do you know it’s utterly pathetic?

  6. #96

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    If you’ve skipped through all the bullshit and have no idea what this thread is all about how do you know it’s utterly pathetic?
    Based it largely on the contributors. Some, not all. If the cap fits though 👍

  7. #97

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croesy Blue View Post
    Because anyone who is a tory is a ****, hope that helps mate.

    It isn't like being gay or black or a woman it is a choice they've made and in my eyes it makes them a **** so I don't see anything wrong with calling them a ****.

    Here's an idea in future understand what a thread is about before commenting
    No

  8. #98

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    Just giving you a preview of Labour’s General Election brochure - that’s the cover. 😀

  9. #99

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    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on

  10. #100

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on
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  11. #101

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on
    But what do you think?

  12. #102

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on
    I thought you didn't read the Daily Mail?

  13. #103

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on
    Brainwashed by the right wing press like many in this country, sad to see really.

    Quoting Richard littleJohn and being serious is the sure sign of a simple arse hole of a man.

  14. #104

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on
    Not much of a critique though, is it? Just typical cartoonish hyperbole from a right wing pen for hire.

  15. #105

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    For some poor sods the Dickensian wasteland does exist. Relying on food banks in Tory Britain. Homeless in Tory Britain.The Tories do not care.

  16. #106

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    Quote Originally Posted by StraightOuttaCanton View Post
    Based it largely on the contributors. Some, not all. If the cap fits though 👍
    Ah, so you took the time to read the names at the top of each post yet didn’t read the posts, I swerve threads that don’t interest me, still each to his own.

  17. #107

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    For some poor sods the Dickensian wasteland does exist. Relying on food banks in Tory Britain. Homeless in Tory Britain.The Tories do not care.
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-new...birth-13937335

    This is Tory Britain

  18. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by City123 View Post
    Isn’t that disgusting. Says a lot about Ashley. The link at the start of this thread about families living in damp conditions and cockroaches. It says it all. High time Labour became a lot nastier to combat the nasty party.

  19. #109

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebirdman Of Alcathays View Post
    Not much of a critique though, is it? Just typical cartoonish hyperbole from a right wing pen for hire.
    The labour manifesto isn't even out yet is it?

  20. #110

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    The labour manifesto isn't even out yet is it?
    Not for a couple of weeks

  21. #111

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    The labour manifesto isn't even out yet is it?
    The Brexit Party’s manifesto will be simple one, ‘Leave’ on the back of a fag packet.

  22. #112

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    Isn’t that disgusting. Says a lot about Ashley. The link at the start of this thread about families living in damp conditions and cockroaches. It says it all. High time Labour became a lot nastier to combat the nasty party.
    Shameful

  23. #113

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    “ Corbyn and Labour are peddling the politics of resentment, painting a Fantasy Island vision of Britain as a Dickensian wasteland, full of cartoon Conservative villains in top hats, lighting big cigars with wads of £50 notes and pitchforking babies, while they deliberately poison the rivers and set fire to schools and hospitals.

    Labour’s manifesto is like something from a Momentum version of the Beano. Soak the rich, stop the cuts, for the many not the few. Someone change the record. I can’t take six weeks of this drivel.” Richard Littlejohn

    Spot on
    Shows what kind of person you are if you believe that cretins column.

  24. #114

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    I have to say that enjoy reading people's political posts when they aren't just expletives hurled at those of a different persuasion. Such exchanges add absolutely nothing to the debate.

  25. #115

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    Quote Originally Posted by City123 View Post
    I thought you didn't read the Daily Mail?
    I don’t. I was sent the link. Here it is, and I’ve included my pal’s comment at the end (fellow Merthyr boy, and like me a fan of traditional Labour before it was infested by communists):

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...wasteland.html





    God forbid that he ever gets near Downing Street

  26. #116

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    Forget about the Punch and Judy Show in the Commons because it's a charade. Bar for minor cosmetic differences the red, blue and amber teams are merely hand puppets for private bankers, multinational companies and major landowners who employ lobbyists to get what they want. MPs have a higher calling than to them though, that's to themselves as self-enrichment is their number one priority.

    It matters not a jot who anyone votes for in General Elections because whatever the the outcome it results in the same thing: more laws, less liberties; more surveillance, less privacy; more taxes, less disposable income; more societal decay, less cohesiveness; and more state dependency, less independence as the middle class continues to be eviscerated while the West's former wealth flows East to China and elsewhere at an accelerating rate.

    The pragmatic turn out to place an X next to a candidate who they believe represent the least worse option and what will be ever so slightly better for them and absent of any emotion attached to the bunk surrounding the uncaring Tories/fluffy Labour false paradigm pantomime stuff.

  27. #117

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    I don’t. I was sent the link. Here it is, and I’ve included my pal’s comment at the end (fellow Merthyr boy, and like me a fan of traditional Labour before it was infested by communists):

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...wasteland.html





    God forbid that he ever gets near Downing Street
    Are you sure your pal wasn't referring to Littlejohn? The trouble with stuff like this is that it reads like "you think it's been shit for the last nine years, but, but, but you wait, you wait if the other lot get in".

    I've no great faith in Corbyn or his party these days, but I do know that the people in charge of us since 2010 have made people's lives worse, put narrow party interests before that of the country, showed horrendous political judgement and don't give me any of that stuff about 2008 being a Labour created crisis - it was a world event and anyway, the Conservatives backed all of the measures Labour took to deal with the immediate aftermath of the crash at the time.

    From where I'm sitting, Labour is one of a few options that look preferable to what we have at present.

  28. #118

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Are you sure your pal wasn't referring to Littlejohn? The trouble with stuff like this is that it reads like "you think it's been shit for the last nine years, but, but, but you wait, you wait if the other lot get in".

    I've no great faith in Corbyn or his party these days, but I do know that the people in charge of us since 2010 have made people's lives worse, put narrow party interests before that of the country, showed horrendous political judgement and don't give me any of that stuff about 2008 being a Labour created crisis - it was a world event and anyway, the Conservatives backed all of the measures Labour took to deal with the immediate aftermath of the crash at the time.

    From where I'm sitting, Labour is one of a few options that look preferable to what we have at present.
    But remember Bob, they're all a bunch of terrorist supporting Communists who'll take all your money and give it to disabled black lesbians! Or whoever it is the Daily Mail hate this week

  29. #119

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrabbit View Post
    I don’t. I was sent the link. Here it is, and I’ve included my pal’s comment at the end (fellow Merthyr boy, and like me a fan of traditional Labour before it was infested by communists):

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...wasteland.html





    God forbid that he ever gets near Downing Street
    Traditional Labour was a left wing Socialist party, im surprised somebody from Tydfil doesn't know that because of Keir Hardie, its the Red Tories that should be expelled from the Labour party and Clause four should be reinstated, old Labour folk will be turning in their graves at what Labour has become.

  30. #120

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Are you sure your pal wasn't referring to Littlejohn? The trouble with stuff like this is that it reads like "you think it's been shit for the last nine years, but, but, but you wait, you wait if the other lot get in".

    I've no great faith in Corbyn or his party these days, but I do know that the people in charge of us since 2010 have made people's lives worse, put narrow party interests before that of the country, showed horrendous political judgement and don't give me any of that stuff about 2008 being a Labour created crisis - it was a world event and anyway, the Conservatives backed all of the measures Labour took to deal with the immediate aftermath of the crash at the time.

    From where I'm sitting, Labour is one of a few options that look preferable to what we have at present.
    It's unbelievable that years after the chaos with miliband campaign, with all that's happened, they are still pushing this.

    I don't like the labour front bench, I think they've been awful. But please, spare us the "you don't want them running things" act when the Tories are a hair's breadth from breaking up the UK.

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