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  • Re: Boris Gate

    Originally posted by wornish View Post
    This is why Labour want votes for 16 yr olds.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...AL-HEALTH.html
    Interesting! Thanks - but:

    Sorry about the paper it's in but at least listen to what the young chap says, .... and worry
    Do you actually regularly read the paper? The side bar "DON'T MISS" tells you all you need to know about the target readership!

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      Originally posted by Jim Ford View Post
      Interesting! Thanks - but:



      Do you actually regularly read the paper? The side bar "DON'T MISS" tells you all you need to know about the target readership!

      Jim
      My objection to the Mail (and other 'popular' newspapers to be fair) is not just what they say, but how they say it.

      Phrases like 'Viewers took to Twitter to slam the education system' and 'viewers slammed his disrespectful remarks' say all you need to know about the standards of journalism.
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          What happens under socialism. Watch till the end with the sound turned up.

          [ame="https://twitter.com/iealondon/status/1192734349726244871"]https://twitter.com/iealondon/status/1192734349726244871[/ame]
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          • Re: Boris Gate

            Originally posted by Naughty Nigel View Post
            My objection to the Mail (and other 'popular' newspapers to be fair) is not just what they say, but how they say it.

            Phrases like 'Viewers took to Twitter to slam the education system' and 'viewers slammed his disrespectful remarks' say all you need to know about the standards of journalism.
            It is a documented fact that the majority of advertising is aimed at persons with a mental age of around 12 yrs. Journalism is no doubt using the same reasoning, hence the "yob" language found all too often in newspapers and other publications. Their readers may struggle to comprehend words larger than 4 or 5 letters in length.

            The Huffington Post ( AOL's news publication ) has to be the worst on the entire planet when it comes to the English language and acceptable grammar. This is maybe because it's "journalists" first language is not in fact English or maybe they are simply not Journalists at all.


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              I don't need to watch. Socialists always run out of other people's money to spend. It happens every time. Why do people have such short memories?

              The spending plans currently being put forward by Labour are downright reckless in my view and should provide fair warning even without their destructive plans to shut down public schools, dismantle the monarchy and no doubt much else. Putting lunatics in charge of the asylum rarely ends well.

              I just wish the Conservatives provided a cogent alternative to Labour but they don't. They are no longer the party that I recognise and which my father once put himself forward for selection as an MP.

              The Lib Dems seem to be the only safe choice left but so far I have heard very little policy other than cancelling Brexit.
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                Originally posted by Naughty Nigel View Post
                Jeremy Corbyn claims that he doesn't support terrorist organisations. That is a lie too, and is far more dangerous than Boris's personal liaisons and indiscretions.
                I read somewhere that Jeremy was asked by a tory PN, Thatcher I think, to speak to the IRTA on behalf of the government.
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                  Originally posted by wornish View Post
                  What happens under socialism. Watch till the end with the sound turned up.

                  https://twitter.com/iealondon/status...34349726244871
                  I don't need to watch. Socialists always run out of other people's money to spend. It happens every time. Why do people have such short memories?

                  The spending plans currently being put forward by Labour are downright reckless in my view and should provide fair warning even without their destructive plans to shut down public schools, dismantle the monarchy and no doubt much else. Putting lunatics in charge of the asylum rarely ends well.

                  I just wish the Conservatives provided a cogent alternative to Labour but they don't. They are no longer the party that I recognise and which my father once put himself forward for selection as an MP.

                  The Lib Dems seem to be the only safe choice left but so far I have heard very little policy other than cancelling Brexit.
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                    Originally posted by sapper View Post
                    I read somewhere that Jeremy was asked by a tory PN, Thatcher I think, to speak to the IRA on behalf of the government.
                    I very much doubt that is true.

                    If it is true then presumably she also asked him to 'speak with' every other terrorist organisation on the planet.

                    Corbyn has long been a supporter of anti-western terrorist groups. It is only since becoming leader of Labour that he has chosen to keep quiet about it.
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                      Originally posted by sapper View Post
                      I read somewhere that Jeremy was asked by a tory PN, Thatcher I think, to speak to the IRTA on behalf of the government.
                      Which begs the obvious question........... Why out of all the possible people who could have carried out such a task was Corbyn chosen

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                        Originally posted by Jax View Post
                        Which begs the obvious question........... Why out of all the possible people who could have carried out such a task was Corbyn chosen

                        Jax
                        Maybe because he was in contact with them?
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                          Originally posted by Jax View Post
                          Which begs the obvious question........... Why out of all the possible people who could have carried out such a task was Corbyn chosen

                          Jax
                          Corbyn has long been of interest to MI5 so I cannot think of a more dangerous choice.
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                            Originally posted by Naughty Nigel View Post
                            Corbyn has long been of interest to MI5 so I cannot think of a more dangerous choice.
                            So was Harold Wilson, and I reckon every other PM. The establishment does not like to be challenged.
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                              Originally posted by sapper View Post
                              So was Harold Wilson, and I reckon every other PM. The establishment does not like to be challenged.
                              Everyone in high public office is scrutinised by MI5 and rightly so. The difference is what MI5 discover. In Corbyn's case, his connections with the IRA and numerous other terrorist and fascist organisations is well documented and IMHO beyond dispute. All you have to do is have a non-biased, open mind and do a little online research

                              All things considered Mr. Corbyn could, as Nigel suggests, be indeed a very dangerous man.

                              Jax

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                                Originally posted by sapper View Post
                                So was Harold Wilson, and I reckon every other PM. The establishment does not like to be challenged.
                                There was an interesting story there including the threat of a coup at one point.

                                I'm not sure about Wilson himself but quite a few prominent left-wing Labour MP's including Sir Anthony Wedgwood-Benn found themselves demoted from the front benches.
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