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12 June 2017 19:45 Post ID: #480391 - in reply to #480385
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Gillyboat - 12/6/2017 17:17

You've got it all going on haven't you Mr Tact, I pity your family.


Haha, now heel boy, and you can have a bonio.....
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20 June 2017 11:35 Post ID: #480527 - in reply to #480391
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daftladguy - 12/6/2017 19:45

Gillyboat - 12/6/2017 17:17

You've got it all going on haven't you Mr Tact, I pity your family.


Haha, now heel boy, and you can have a bonio.....

One of the more childish and ridiculous replies Ive seen on here
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20 June 2017 11:46 Post ID: #480528 - in reply to #480329
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keggy_keagal - 9/6/2017 16:17

Fair play CM for finally replying .

So by your reckoning Hurd is a terrorist sympathizer, as that is what you've labelled others who met with and spoke with leading figures in the IRA.


That link you've used in relation to Corbyn's supposedly pro Ira comments

"Supposedly" ? You've got a very selective memory. He's not exactly hidden his views. He chose a KNOWN IRA supporter as his 2nd in command, a rabid racist (Diane "Halfwit" Abbot) as his Home secretary for Gods sake
He's been pictured a few times with Gerry Adams, and his 2nd in command was even booted out of London council by Ken Livingston for his over the top extremist views, which McDonnell has since watered down (he says)
Personally, I think it's a choice between the devil and the deep blue sea.
A pox on both their houses.
The only losers are the BRITISH working class.
With the first two words emphasized and underlined
Labours unlimited immigration and anti-white anti-hetero anti-male idiocy
Or the repulsive Tory "Get those who can least afford to subsidise the rich and the lazy and uninvited into these shores
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20 June 2017 13:27 Post ID: #480529 - in reply to #480528
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Roman history fan - 20/6/2017 11:46

keggy_keagal - 9/6/2017 16:17

Fair play CM for finally replying .

So by your reckoning Hurd is a terrorist sympathizer, as that is what you've labelled others who met with and spoke with leading figures in the IRA.


That link you've used in relation to Corbyn's supposedly pro Ira comments

"Supposedly" ? You've got a very selective memory. He's not exactly hidden his views. He chose a KNOWN IRA supporter as his 2nd in command, a rabid racist (Diane "Halfwit" Abbot) as his Home secretary for Gods sake
He's been pictured a few times with Gerry Adams, and his 2nd in command was even booted out of London council by Ken Livingston for his over the top extremist views, which McDonnell has since watered down (he says)
Personally, I think it's a choice between the devil and the deep blue sea.
A pox on both their houses.
The only losers are the BRITISH working class.
With the first two words emphasized and underlined
Labours unlimited immigration and anti-white anti-hetero anti-male idiocy
Or the repulsive Tory "Get those who can least afford to subsidise the rich and the lazy and uninvited into these shores


Remind us which march he was on Sunday gone....., in his own constituency....
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20 June 2017 13:27 Post ID: #480530 - in reply to #480527
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Roman history fan - 20/6/2017 11:35

daftladguy - 12/6/2017 19:45

Gillyboat - 12/6/2017 17:17

You've got it all going on haven't you Mr Tact, I pity your family.


Haha, now heel boy, and you can have a bonio.....

One of the more childish and ridiculous replies Ive seen on here


Don't read it then.........

Edited by daftladguy 20/6/2017 13:57
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20 June 2017 13:33 Post ID: #480531 - in reply to #480528
Roman history fan - 20/6/2017 11:46

keggy_keagal - 9/6/2017 16:17

Fair play CM for finally replying .

So by your reckoning Hurd is a terrorist sympathizer, as that is what you've labelled others who met with and spoke with leading figures in the IRA.


That link you've used in relation to Corbyn's supposedly pro Ira comments

"Supposedly" ? You've got a very selective memory. He's not exactly hidden his views. He chose a KNOWN IRA supporter as his 2nd in command, a rabid racist (Diane "Halfwit" Abbot) as his Home secretary for Gods sake
He's been pictured a few times with Gerry Adams, and his 2nd in command was even booted out of London council by Ken Livingston for his over the top extremist views, which McDonnell has since watered down (he says)
Personally, I think it's a choice between the devil and the deep blue sea.
A pox on both their houses.
The only losers are the BRITISH working class.
With the first two words emphasized and underlined
Labours unlimited immigration and anti-white anti-hetero anti-male idiocy
Or the repulsive Tory "Get those who can least afford to subsidise the rich and the lazy and uninvited into these shores


You've chosen to only copy a part of my response probably to fit your agenda .

If you'd pasted my full sentence : "That link you've used in relation to Corbyn's supposedly pro Ira comments doesn't contain a single quote either praising them or sympathizing with them ." it would be abundantly clear that I was only replying to the link CM put forward supposedly to prove Corbyn as an Ira sympathiser. That link contained no pro Ira comments from Corbyn.

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20 June 2017 15:31 Post ID: #480532 - in reply to #462037
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"Supposedly" ? You've got a very selective memory. He's not exactly hidden his views. He chose a KNOWN IRA supporter as his 2nd in command, a rabid racist (Diane "Halfwit" Abbot) as his Home secretary"

I got this far and stopped.


Clear proof that the media has radicalised the feeble minded.

How the fuck do they get away with it
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20 June 2017 20:22 Post ID: #480538 - in reply to #462037
With nearly two weeks gone since the general election that no-one won and what looks like talks between the government and the DUP falling short or at the very least against the Good Friday agreement, we may be seeing the start of Corbyn's road to number 10 this week.

Tens of thousands expected to descend on Westminster to protest against the Queens Speech thing will add to the Tory misery if it's actually shown on the media.

Im not sure when another election can be called but the vote wont be so confusing next time.
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22 June 2017 09:07 Post ID: #480563 - in reply to #462037
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No the fucking Tories would still have the majority over Labour toony, no matter how many elections they have. Labour couldn't even oust the Tory scum with the young people voting, thinking if they vote Labour they would get in, and Corbyn would somehow water down whatever the Tories have in store for Brexit.

As much as i think Corbyn is a decent politician which in itself is astonishing, as they all seem to be cunts, he will never get in because the EU would eat him alive. Its a shame you couldn't meld Corbyn's integrity with Farage's debating skills as a leader, because as much as Farage isn't liked he certainly is a good debater.
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23 June 2017 17:44 Post ID: #480586 - in reply to #462037
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Corbin needs to do nothing at the moment apart from biding his time,keeping the parliamentary party unified & keeping austerity at the top of the agenda.
His best bet would be an election next year at the earliest when the tories have screwed up on the brexit fiasco,letting them take the flak for the hideous state which was of their making.

Their collective heads are spinning & the knives being sharpened to turn on each other & the bloodbath that will follow,cruella is just being used for the time being & that babbling fkn idiot Johnson is poised to become their next leader.
Regardless of whether the dinosaur deniers prop them up I'd be tempted to wait & let the scum implode,then go to the electorate & hope by that time folk are able to join the dots.
He's doing a fine job.
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23 June 2017 18:46 Post ID: #480588 - in reply to #462037
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He is a cunt end of. There has been a train strike down this way for over a year, the union has been totally stubborn and won't accept any settlement proposals and have walked out of talks lots of times, now this cunt who never made one appearance in Sussex and other counties down here has decided to get behind the Union. Why? What is his agenda? Fucking idiot thinks he is the Man, he will never be PM. And don't be fooled by the eccentric antics if mad Boris he us a ruthless cunt too.

Lots of pics here of Corbyn with his Provo pals. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=jeremy+corbyn+and+the+ira&rlz=1C9B...
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23 June 2017 18:51 Post ID: #480589 - in reply to #462037
Corbyn would be PM now if the tories hadn't fiddled the election again. Anyone else and these would have been investigated years ago.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jun/22/conservative-party-...
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23 June 2017 19:12 Post ID: #480590 - in reply to #480588
CM - 23/6/2017 18:46

He is a cunt end of. There has been a train strike down this way for over a year, the union has been totally stubborn and won't accept any settlement proposals and have walked out of talks lots of times, now this cunt who never made one appearance in Sussex and other counties down here has decided to get behind the Union. Why? What is his agenda? Fucking idiot thinks he is the Man, he will never be PM. And don't be fooled by the eccentric antics if mad Boris he us a ruthless cunt too.

Lots of pics here of Corbyn with his Provo pals. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=jeremy+corbyn+and+the+ira&rlz=1C9B...


You're lying again or just hopelessly lazy when it comes to bothering to fact check your nonsense claims. Once again I'm asking you or indeed anybody else to provide actual quotes (with sources) of the supposedly pro Ira comments Corbyn has made.

He's been pictured with plenty of people that doesn't mean he's an Ira supporter. He was pictured with Theresa May this very week , by your logic that makes him a Tory or her a Labour sympathizer. Prince Charles was photographed shaking hands with Gerry Adams in 2015 by your reckoning what would that make him ?

As for the rest of your drivel Corbyn's been to Sussex loads , he was in Hastings at a Labour rally in May 2016 for example. Which is in........ah there it is Sussex .
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23 June 2017 20:32 Post ID: #480591 - in reply to #462037
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c.m.
"And don't be fooled by the eccentric antics if mad Boris he us a ruthless cunt too".

I don't see him as eccentric but dangerous & I'm sure he'd be able to sort out your pothole problem for you,he sells arms to the Saudis with a smile on his face.
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23 June 2017 22:05 Post ID: #480592 - in reply to #480590
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He didn't appear in Sussex on the campaign trail on 2017. Somewhere else was mentioned too Surrey I think. Now he is getting involved in the Southern railway strike.

He also supports Hezbollah and the PLO though his PR team wouldn't allow him to March with them last weekend, he did send a message of support.

Looking forward to Boris tearing this horrible cunt apart.
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23 June 2017 22:10 Post ID: #480593 - in reply to #462037
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There is a good March in in town tomorrow, Tommy Robinson will be speaking at it. Now there is a proper leader.
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23 June 2017 22:11 Post ID: #480594 - in reply to #462037
Oh Boris...... really?

He's an arsehole who knows one or two big words but his last interview should have seen him buried forever as absolutely shambolic. A total fraud like all the tories. It wont be aired again on the establishment's favourite or mentioned in the press.

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24 June 2017 00:05 Post ID: #480595 - in reply to #462037
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In some weird way I kind of admire your honesty c.m.
You've showed your colours.
Remember mi fatha once quoting to me when I was about 14 "Patriosm,last vestrage of a scoundrel".
Took me a couple of years to work out what he meant.
Enjoy your march with the e.d.l. & hope tommy sorts your potholes.
Why the fuck do you post on here?
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24 June 2017 00:15 Post ID: #480596 - in reply to #462037
Massive support for Corbyn at Glastonbury tonight. It was the entertainment that overshadowed some of the shite on offer on stage mind.
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24 June 2017 00:31 Post ID: #480597 - in reply to #462037
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I'm out of here for a bit,goin to translate wor lasses poems into Spanish.
Google Joan Johnston,poet.
Bit of a meltdown given c.m. & cuckfan's fkn shite.
Al keep looking tho.Have a good summer & be gentle on yourselves.

Edited by Rytoon 24/6/2017 01:05
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24 June 2017 01:08 Post ID: #480598 - in reply to #462037
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& hope tubbies gone.
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24 June 2017 02:58 Post ID: #480599 - in reply to #462037
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Is this the same Corbyn who had 172 of his own party members show a vote of no confidence in him?
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24 June 2017 03:27 Post ID: #480600 - in reply to #462037
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Fuck mi summer slumber,so what's your solution pyrry?
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24 June 2017 03:29 Post ID: #480601 - in reply to #462037
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Be succinct.

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24 June 2017 08:44 Post ID: #480602 - in reply to #480599
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The Pyrry - 24/6/2017 02:58

Is this the same Corbyn who had 172 of his own party members show a vote of no confidence in him?


Officially they are members of his own party,in reality they are Tory light politicians.

He's made them look like the cunts they are though.

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24 June 2017 08:51 Post ID: #480603 - in reply to #480595
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Rytoon - 24/6/2017 00:05

In some weird way I kind of admire your honesty c.m.
You've showed your colours.
Remember mi fatha once quoting to me when I was about 14 "Patriosm,last vestrage of a scoundrel".
Took me a couple of years to work out what he meant.
Enjoy your march with the e.d.l. & hope tommy sorts your potholes.
Why the fuck do you post on here?


He's got every right to post wherever he wants Ry.

Like yourself I wish more people would be honest about what they really think.

Open debate is the best way to deal with the likes of the EDL,the BNP imploded as soon as they were given a platform to air their bollocks.
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24 June 2017 16:20 Post ID: #480606 - in reply to #480595
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In some weird way I kind of admire your honesty c.m.
You've showed your colours.
Remember mi fatha once quoting to me when I was about 14 "Patriosm,last vestrage of a scoundrel".
Took me a couple of years to work out what he meant.
Enjoy your march with the e.d.l. & hope tommy sorts your potholes.
Why the fuck do you post on here?

Read more: http://www.newcastle.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/thread-view.a...



Edited by CM 24/6/2017 16:23
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25 June 2017 07:18 Post ID: #480612 - in reply to #480600
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Rytoon - 24/6/2017 03:27

Fuck mi summer slumber,so what's your solution pyrry?
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I am not sure what the solution would be Rytoon. I guess somewhere between both parties ie spend/cuts. In my opinion putting him in and him promising the world to all and sundry is not the solution ... pushing us back to the 2008 days where the country was skint... someone has to pay for manifesto promises. It's alright promising the world but where is the money coming from to fund it ? . Seems like history repeating itself here. The clamour for Blair to be PM .. and what a great job he did tosser. Then his cohorts robbing pension funds and selling the country's gold reserve when prices were rock bottom . Labour loSt the election and leave the incoming government a note saying the treasury is potless. I hope history doesn't repeat itself
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25 June 2017 11:51 Post ID: #480613 - in reply to #462037
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27 June 2017 12:34 Post ID: #480623 - in reply to #462037
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Corbyn is a nice bloke not what you'd expect from a politician, but lets be honest he will never ever get in because he is too soft, and the EU would walk all over him. If labour had someone with the debating skills of a Farage but without his views, i think they would win an election.
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27 June 2017 12:38 Post ID: #480625 - in reply to #462037
Whenever the next election is and as long as Corbyn is still here, he'll be PM.
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27 June 2017 13:12 Post ID: #480626 - in reply to #462037
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No he wont that is a fact, because if he couldn't oust the Tories while they are in meltdown, he wont do it when they have weathered the storm. If Brexit wasn't on the agenda id say yes, but far too many people who would normally vote Labour voted Tory because of Brexit, id say the vast majority of pensioners who wanted Brexit voted Tory.
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27 June 2017 13:54 Post ID: #480627 - in reply to #480626
billybobcat - 27/6/2017 13:12

No he wont that is a fact, because if he couldn't oust the Tories while they are in meltdown, he wont do it when they have weathered the storm. If Brexit wasn't on the agenda id say yes, but far too many people who would normally vote Labour voted Tory because of Brexit, id say the vast majority of pensioners who wanted Brexit voted Tory.


It's not a fact that he wont be next leader and could be this year although most likely next.

What is a fact is that a corrupt media and establishment has tried many ways to discredit a revolution of sorts, a revolution that has a motive of everyone being unhappy with the things going on around us and wanting change with Corbyn being that figure of change that has started to gain momentum.

One of things that made people unhappy but thick in their knowledge of the bigger picture was the immigration crisis. This bred the rebirth of racism on levels not seen since the 80's and the many other isms that span off it.

The elderly and Cockneys being probably the last barrier in the way of a regime change but once they cotton on or if they cotton on, change will come.

Even me, who isn't an avid follower of politics and knows very little, know enough to realise when lies are being peddled and then the story being changed 5 minutes later. Wonder how the old fogies can explain their views that Corbyn was a terrorist sympathiser by wanting to discuss ways of gaining peace with supposed terror figures but still support the Corrupttory party with their coalition with the certified terrorist backed crew?
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27 June 2017 22:17 Post ID: #480634 - in reply to #462037
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1.5 billion to the DUP is all that needs to be said. Corbyn better kick up stink about thst or he doesn't deserve to represent anyone. It's effectively a fucking bribe.
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28 June 2017 06:41 Post ID: #480635 - in reply to #462037
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Is it the DUP or I'd it to be used for N Ireland ?
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28 June 2017 07:52 Post ID: #480638 - in reply to #462037
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Does it matter ?

They were trying to discredit labour with the "magic money tree" line,which many ordinary people were starting to repeat as if it were a fact.

Then they find 1 billion from their magic money tree.

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28 June 2017 09:12 Post ID: #480641 - in reply to #462037
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I have never voted Tory in my life and never will, but in the interest of fairness what the fuck else could they do but work with the DUP? They need a majority to push through the brexit deal which our good people voted for. Do you think they wanted to work with the DUP? The voting public need to understand that when they vote with their hearts, or for selfish reasons (students?), there will be consequences further down the line.

Never mind though, Corbyn pulled a few pints at Glasto and turned out for plenty of selfies. I wonder if he travelled by train? Just blame the government for anything which goes wrong now or in future.
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28 June 2017 09:22 Post ID: #480643 - in reply to #462037
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How much had already been put aside for N Ireland from central government funding ? Is this billion extra or accumulative ? Maybe she has trimmed a bit of foreign aid, maybe there is a stealth tax in the offing who knows !
Crooktown is quite correct . Not an ideal situation re majority for votes but what other options were available. DUP have traditionally been supporters of tory governments. Not like tories have never relied upon their votes in the past
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28 June 2017 10:04 Post ID: #480646 - in reply to #480641
crooktownmags - 28/6/2017 09:12

I have never voted Tory in my life and never will, but in the interest of fairness what the fuck else could they do but work with the DUP? They need a majority to push through the brexit deal which our good people voted for. Do you think they wanted to work with the DUP? The voting public need to understand that when they vote with their hearts, or for selfish reasons (students?), there will be consequences further down the line.

Never mind though, Corbyn pulled a few pints at Glasto and turned out for plenty of selfies. I wonder if he travelled by train? Just blame the government for anything which goes wrong now or in future.


The more you delve into things behind the scenes, the more complicated and suspicious things become, which in turn lead to more questions that wont be answered.

The EU referendum was filled with false information to sway people into voting a certain way. The re-invention of many problems back into society that had been cleared to an extent in the 25 years or so previous being part with racism and the paranoia over it becoming rife. Immigration issues that are self inflicted and then controlled with various things seem to be a big player at this time also.

If I could hazard a guess out of all of the mess that has gone on in the last 7 years or so I bet I wouldn't be far off the truth with it all being planned in advance and that includes the many 'tragedies'. Tragedies are excellent for hiding other news stories or changing the mind set in regards to public opinion. As was the case with the twin towers back in 2001 which led to people being relaxed about the illegal war that followed.

A few of the lies about 'Brexit' are in the public domain now with the NHS funding one and just like the general election just gone, if a lie has been pedalled to gain a viewpoint from the public then things should be deemed void and that's before you factor in the election fraud concerns going on behind the scenes and the illegal campaigning by the tories in Wales.

Too much trust is put into too many government or official things nowadays as to me, we are being ruled by a world government with fingers in many other pies with the facts clouded by fake news going off all over the place in order for this world government to prosper off us.

As for Corbyn, he is as yet an unproven entity in power and he just seems to want to be so different to how things have been done all through my life in that it seems common sense and that's why im a fan. That opinion has been formed by me alone and not by what has been force fed on me by the media with their false reporting.

To finish, i'll leave this...

Are the DUP such an innocent little group in all this or was it planned?

They were big players in the 'leave' campaign to come out of the EU and whilst every other party in Northern Ireland has been transparent in their funding, they have secrecy over where a mystery donation came from, even though it's been proven that the donation trustee can be linked to a Saudi Arabian Intelligence Agency.

Doesn't take a genius to join the dots.
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28 June 2017 10:50 Post ID: #480648 - in reply to #480641
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crooktownmags - 28/6/2017 09:12

I have never voted Tory in my life and never will, but in the interest of fairness what the fuck else could they do but work with the DUP? They need a majority to push through the brexit deal which our good people voted for. Do you think they wanted to work with the DUP? The voting public need to understand that when they vote with their hearts, or for selfish reasons (students?), there will be consequences further down the line.

Never mind though, Corbyn pulled a few pints at Glasto and turned out for plenty of selfies. I wonder if he travelled by train? Just blame the government for anything which goes wrong now or in future.


They could work with the lib-dems or labour in a coalition, even call another General Election.

They don't even consider it,a bit strange that.

As for Corbyn ,he would look a better proposition to many more of the electorate if he wore great suits swanky ties and lied through his teeth.

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