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    Neil Oliver - well said


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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    Heís an absolute looney tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninian opinian View Post
    He’s an absolute looney tune.
    At times he’s outlandish but you must agree with most of what he says don’t you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    At times heís outlandish but you must agree with most of what he says donít you ?
    You either believe him or Boris, it's a tough one innit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    At times he’s outlandish but you must agree with most of what he says don’t you ?
    Some of it - not most of it.

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    He makes a lot of sense ,its very good piece . ( I've invited him onto CCMB Politics ) .

    He is right thought the pathetic childish spat and banter from the school yard , Partygate, Beergate, Raynergate, Porngate – there is no grown-ups in politics anymore.

    I'm more shocked at Labour dipping into this chirlish petty politics tactics , the Tories love it as its a great diversion tactic , and Labour just lap it up and respond .

    If I was Sir Kier's PR I'd tell to talk about real important stuff that is effecting lives and come up with some radical central socialised politics that really makes you sit up .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    At times he’s outlandish but you must agree with most of what he says don’t you ?
    I agree with some of it, but it’s strange to hear someone on here (I don’t mean you) who defended the Government’s policy on Rwanda on the grounds that those opposing it had nothing better to offer when all he does is rant on about everything without saying what should be happening instead.

    He backs the Union, so I take it he holds the UK Government largely responsible for the domestic mess he is so annoyed about andyet he criticises more opposition politicians by name than he does Government ones - I didn’t get that until I saw what channel he was on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    I agree with some of it, but it’s strange to hear someone on here (I don’t mean you) who defended the Government’s policy on Rwanda on the grounds that those opposing it had nothing better to offer when all he does is rant on about everything without saying what should be happening instead.

    He backs the Union, so I take it he holds the UK Government largely responsible for the domestic mess he is so annoyed about andyet he criticises more opposition politicians by name than he does Government ones - I didn’t get that until I saw what channel he was on.
    It was a giveaway when he name-checked three politicians and decided that in addition to Johnson and Starmer (fair enough) Rayner was right up there. Then his rant about 'partygate... porngate.... etc' started to sound more and more like the apologist 'just a bit of cake' line that LOM specialises in. Then a full on tin-foil hat rendition of anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine greatest hits! He should stick to the archaeology and playing hairy sidekick to Alice Roberts on Picts and Celts documentaries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    It was a giveaway when he name-checked three politicians and decided that in addition to Johnson and Starmer (fair enough) Rayner was right up there. Then his rant about 'partygate... porngate.... etc' started to sound more and more like the apologist 'just a bit of cake' line that LOM specialises in. Then a full on tin-foil hat rendition of anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine greatest hits! He should stick to the archaeology and playing hairy sidekick to Alice Roberts on Picts and Celts documentaries.
    But, but, but .........whatabout?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    He was better on Coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    It was a giveaway when he name-checked three politicians and decided that in addition to Johnson and Starmer (fair enough) Rayner was right up there. Then his rant about 'partygate... porngate.... etc' started to sound more and more like the apologist 'just a bit of cake' line that LOM specialises in. Then a full on tin-foil hat rendition of anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine greatest hits! He should stick to the archaeology and playing hairy sidekick to Alice Roberts on Picts and Celts documentaries.
    As I said, heís absolutely bonkers.

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    I hope he gets a regular slot he is so right about today's child like
    churlish politics .

    No substance politics is upon us from (all ) sides and folk know it .

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    What kind of radical centrist policy's are you thinking of LOM?

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    What about the police raiding the home of the underwear seller from the house of lords ragarding PPE fraud? (BBC blackout in case you missed it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    What about the police raiding the home of the underwear seller from the house of lords ragarding PPE fraud? (BBC blackout in case you missed it).
    BBC feeling the malignant Nadine Dorries breathing down their neck and trying to keep the Tories happy?

    https://timesnewsnetwork.com/news/wo...e-mones-house/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    BBC feeling the malignant Nadine Dorries breathing down their neck and trying to keep the Tories happy?

    https://timesnewsnetwork.com/news/wo...e-mones-house/
    Don’t you think we really should move on from this type of petty stuff and concentrate on the important issues - the BBC have clearly moved on although it’s unclear whether they ever got there in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Donít you think we really should move on from this type of petty stuff and concentrate on the important issues - the BBC have clearly moved on although itís unclear whether they ever got there in the first place.
    Is moving on the new rowing back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Is moving on the new rowing back?
    I do hear a lot these days how people’s attention span has shortened so much, so maybe it’s something the modern day Conservative party has to do - they have no choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    What kind of radical centrist policy's are you thinking of LOM?
    Tony Blair managed it ?

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    Cannot disagree with anything he said other than it was billions of pounds, 330 of them, rather than trillions of thin air money the UK created out of nothing since March 2020.

    The more money in the system dilutes the value of all, equalling inflation.

    I read about London gangster Billy Hill yesterday. One line from the wiki entry stood out: In 1952, he planned the Eastcastle St. postal van robbery netting £287,000 (equivalent to £8.44 million in 2020).

    That means in the space of 68 years the purchasing power of every pound declined by 96%.

    But anyway, the Punch and Judy stuff about unimportant nonsense is indeed a sham and a distraction as he said as the Red and Blues is the Uniparty dedicated to wrecking this country to deliver it into the arms of a tyrannical global government, and it appears destructive hyperinflation will be the mechanism used to cause the necessary chaos for people to beg for a solution, which will be their total enslavement.

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