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16 June 2017 21:45 Post ID: #480449
It's coming like.
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16 June 2017 21:59 Post ID: #480450 - in reply to #480449
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The Podemos party in Spain have done well and are the second biggest party haven't been formed in 2014 by young socialists. That's the route the UK should take. The young people are the future and hopefully they recognize the inequality in this country, The momentum is growing and that bitch May called an early election to try and wipe Labour from the political map. It didn't work and the fight back is well under way.




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16 June 2017 22:03 Post ID: #480451 - in reply to #480449
What a lot of us have suspected and spoken about for such a long time is getting noticed in the wider world now with it finally clicking these past couple of days for the last few I reckon.

That block of flats fire is the catalyst for change now, whether it accelerates a Conservative change in getting Boris Johnson in and probably riots or a Corbyn led ideology of calm, im not sure yet but what can't be unnoticed is the media change.

Sky have changed massively these last few days and seem anti-government now. I cant complain over anything ive seen as they've allowed so much to go through unchallenged. The BBC however..... That will never change.
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16 June 2017 22:19 Post ID: #480454 - in reply to #480449
Not Bob Johnson.
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About feckin time.these twats wont be happy until we are trodden into the ground.
May is a rabbit in the headlights.she wont dodge the car as her own party will stab her to death from behind prior.
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16 June 2017 22:20 Post ID: #480455 - in reply to #480449
Not Bob Johnson.
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them blocks on scotswood road were clad quite a few years back wern't they?
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16 June 2017 22:22 Post ID: #480456 - in reply to #480449
Not Bob Johnson.
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The one good thing out of this corporate murder, is that folk are uniting against the super rich masters of the country.
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16 June 2017 22:23 Post ID: #480457 - in reply to #480449
One thing the government wouldn't have expected to happen is that every race has banded together to fight back rather than their recent plan of creating race war agenda in order to get us to leave the EU.

This wont be brushed under any carpet but I would be on guard for something major happening in the next few days in order to try to shift focus.
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16 June 2017 22:26 Post ID: #480458 - in reply to #480455
BlackBob - 16/6/2017 22:20

them blocks on scotswood road were clad quite a few years back wern't they?


Aye, them ones with the different coloured lights opposite the Ford garage were.
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19 June 2017 20:56 Post ID: #480514 - in reply to #480449
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Just back from the fields of Stonethwaite after a couple of days in the fells & a welcome media blackout.Just hoyed sky news on briefly & aye Toon there appears to be a slight media shift from murdoch towards that shower of shit supposedly governing this isle, jacob rees fog was spouting his usual bile but generally they seem to have it in for the wheat field dancer & her cohorts.
There's a whiff of change in the air & few dots being joined.
I blame the kids.Next thing we know they'll be on our streets demanding change.
They might even catch up with tubby one day.
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19 June 2017 21:15 Post ID: #480515 - in reply to #480457
Toon_NoMatterWot - 16/6/2017 22:23

One thing the government wouldn't have expected to happen is that every race has banded together to fight back rather than their recent plan of creating race war agenda in order to get us to leave the EU.

This wont be brushed under any carpet but I would be on guard for something major happening in the next few days in order to try to shift focus.


Im nee expert but I said just a couple of days before that something would happen to shift focus and there you go with the van driver running down those coming out of their Mosque.

A white British bloke as well who wasn't known and has people character witnessing him as not a racist.
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19 June 2017 21:54 Post ID: #480517 - in reply to #480449
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Likely he'll have been directly affected by a prior atrocity. Family, or friend of a victim perhaps.

That can make any rational man lose it, for sure.

*Edited 'an' to 'any' as per original intention which was missed somehow, to ensure the 'spelling thought police' don't descend on the nature of the language, and remain on topic.



Edited by CuckFan 19/6/2017 21:56
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19 June 2017 22:45 Post ID: #480519 - in reply to #480449
All media driven whether intentional or not. Even the 'Brexit' talks are going ahead on the back of the insinuation that immigrants are getting kicked out when we leave the EU proper.

Here we are just 5 days or so since one of the biggest murders in this country through the various cost cutting ways or social cleanse and it's almost forgotten about because the majority dont fit the stereotype of this island.

The official death number just not adding up to the amount of survivors. Somebody spoke of it on an underground site and says everyone down there has noticed that loads are missing with a count of survivors seeing something like 140 people alive. There was supposed to be somewhere between 600 - 700 living there.

As usual the media are lying.
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19 June 2017 23:06 Post ID: #480520 - in reply to #480449
Jonathan Pie usually gets it right in his comedy way.

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20 June 2017 01:09 Post ID: #480523 - in reply to #480449
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I'd get rid of the shirt & tie look or loosen mi collar.

Edited by Rytoon 20/6/2017 01:23
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20 June 2017 16:01 Post ID: #480533 - in reply to #480449
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Fuck all will happen. The kids are too comfortable to rebel, so long as the broadband is working and they got a spliff to chill out with it will be all just talk. Most of the daft fuckers don't seem to understand what they are voting for (or against) anyway. Just want a selfie outside the polling station to put up on facebook.
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20 June 2017 16:50 Post ID: #480534 - in reply to #480449
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Interesting post CTM,
Know quite a few young uns & here's what I 'know' about their voting habits.
Daughter is almost 21 & at uni' she says the vast majority of her peers voted Labour as they'd said they would abolish tuition fees. Hardly deep thinking is it.
One of our LGV drivers is 27 with a degree (seriously) he'd never voted before but wanted to this time. The following day he came in to work & said the whole process had confused him as neither Corbyns or Mays name were on the slip. He asked the voter in the next cubicle what to do. He wasn't even sure what party Corbyn was but he liked the look of him.
A couple of other young uns here didn't vote at all because 'its a waste of effing time '.
All you lot placing your faith in the young uns rescuing Labour & the Country prob' need to reevaluate.
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20 June 2017 16:56 Post ID: #480535 - in reply to #480449
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Labour policies are great for more mature (55) people like me. lets be honest we are gonna need both a robust health service and a decent pension pretty soon. If the youngsters had voted Corbyn in they would have got the bill for all that in a few years time.

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20 June 2017 17:05 Post ID: #480536 - in reply to #480449
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Kids of today, my bairn has just sat their GCSE's and while she can study and retain information from a book, she is like others her age, lacks a bit of common sense.

A lad lives across the street from me, is at university and wants to be a politician, thick as mince he is..... a big lanky dope who needs a rocket up his arse he is that laid back/lazy.

Kids i know are out of their depth in a dockyard puddle !

Vote Labour, promise the world but would struggle to fund it
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20 June 2017 17:05 Post ID: #480537 - in reply to #480449
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Kids of today, my bairn has just sat their GCSE's and while she can study and retain information from a book, she is like others her age, lacks a bit of common sense.

A lad lives across the street from me, is at university and wants to be a politician, thick as mince he is..... a big lanky dope who needs a rocket up his arse he is that laid back/lazy.

Kids i know are out of their depth in a dockyard puddle !

Vote Labour, promise the world but would struggle to fund it
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20 June 2017 21:15 Post ID: #480539 - in reply to #480449
People can say it's whatever they want but all of the parties had confusing bits of their policies at worst apart from the tories who are using a mix of bullshit and insinuation against a backdrop of social or ethnic cleanse with no real clear plan of what they stand for.

The majority of older folk that voted for them did so, and just like in the EU referendum, because they think that the borders are either going to be shut down to those with tanned skin or that some control over the number of them coming into Britain will come back. They also believe the media fed bullshit of how a rival partner member would do or has done in their life but in doing so, forgotten about one of the lies spun about the NHS getting an extra £350m a week by it's advertisement on a bus and then rescinded when brought up on it.

For me, common sense is what you see or witness with your own eyes to make your own opinion and not what you are told you have to believe.

Under the tories there's been colossal cuts amidst never ending programmes of propaganda to allow them free reign to get away with cutting the poor or carer lifestyles. Look at any TV schedule in the past few years with their focus on lives on benefits, the cant pay we'll take it away stuff, the £26,000 benefits for a year scheme where some families got a years worth of cash up front.

All programmes like this had one thing in common that they wanted every scenario to be classified in a bracket with even the likes of Jeremy Kyle getting away with it in the morning with his idea that everyone on the dole is just living it up in bed reaping the rewards, buying flash goods and having the life of Riley. All shite as well we know.

As well as these illegal and unfair cuts, corners were cut to cause safety risks all across the social care and vulnerable person spectrums, various other public services including libraries, hospitals, doctors, grants etc etc etc.

The amount of cuts done with the amount of lives changed forever or lost but with a top line of a country that has seen it's debt level spiral out of control. To the normal person using common sense like me, you'd say it's impossible but there's no real focus on it because we're living in a replica of George Orwell's predicted future life. This is without touching the many big wig companies that are allowed different rules from everyone else and are the sole cause of many real problems.

Barclays are involved in a fraud case as we speak with them being charged in something that will have been a heavy player in the bank crisis with Qatar that carved the austerity shite from the government. Nowt will really happen on the back of it and it'll be buried under something else but the small fry in the world are the ones that have to pay for the big fish and I bet Nile Ranger, if he was clued up, wouldn't be happy considering his jail term for something that affected no-one really aside from a sole victim, not tens of millions.

All in all we have a government that has things falling down all around it with statistics piling up in showing them to be real evil with propaganda being spun in all directions, day after day. There's absolutely nothing good happening anywhere to keep them in power or even want them to although those that support them only really know they're the best option because they've listened to the tories telling them so.
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