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The UK does not need a new Government. By this point it needs a fucking miracle.

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10-22-2017 07:36 PM
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(10-22-2017 06:10 PM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  Just sit back and watch over the next 10 years the ever increasing number of trans, openly flamboyant homos, women and other degenerates come to realise the number of muslims is increasing at an ever growing rate and they're not friendly.





Bring it on. Nothing short of a nationwide bloodbath is going to snap those assholes out of their ideology induced cognitive dissonance.

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If there is conflict and war it is decades out. Before then we will see balakanised zones but it won't last, because afterall the one demographic which is the most aggressive is Islam and they don't sit well with others.

Theresa May will not last the whole of 2018.
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10-23-2017 06:10 PM
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Guys. What do you think about Jacob Rees-Mogg? He's an old-fashioned Tory who doesn't try to be politically correct. I also like his classic attire:

Jacob Rees-Mogg Slams the EU over Corrupt Bureaucracy

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His interview with the Lefty gay Owen Jones:




His views on abortion and same-sex marriage




And this one is entertaining:


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Moggy will surely get a shot at Downing Street.

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(10-24-2017 10:12 AM)IronShark Wrote:  Guys. What do you think about Jacob Rees-Mogg? He's an old-fashioned Tory who doesn't try to be politically correct. I also like his classic attire:

My thoughts on the Mogg are well documented.

This week, he stood in for a host on the LBC radio station.

You can listen to the full thing, but the first ten seconds on their own are fucking outstanding.





As for talk of him becoming PM - he's currently a backbencher, and it's unlikely he will get there without a Cabinet position first.

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Mogg is a breath of fresh air - May needs to be replaced by him immediately, no election, lest the commie scum corbyn and his pack of mad cat ladies get voted in by students.

[shit sorry, was caught up in the thread and forgot it was in Politics, cant delete, apologies for my sub 50 post]
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I'm afraid that the UK is too full of old people who just want their pensions and healthcare AND young people who want nationalised everything without considering how it's going to be paid for (them in a few years) for a Mogg to be elected.

The 2017 GE made me realise that I have to leave the country, which I am in the process of trying to find the appropriate avenue. It seems that there is little stomach for any fiscal trimming. The Conservative Party now has essentially no policies that could be described as such and May is now rolling out a whole host of government schemes to interfere with the economy in an attempt to lure in people who just don't want as much more exta government as Corbyn would deliver.

I think the best solution may be to allow Corbyn to win the next GE. It seems that the best way to discredit socialism is to give it a trial run:

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And with a financial collapse seemingly inevitable and in my opinion and ensuing greatest depression, it would be good to dump it on Corbyn's watch. For this reason I might give a Mogg run an abstention, even though it's great to see someone in the party making conservative arguments without the fear of the screeching that he just wants to crush the poor etc.
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Corbyn won't discredit socialism, the inevitable failings will be pinned on 'fascists' 'Tories' etc, for not doing their part enough.
The millennial generation is more politically correct than ever, and the next will be even more so. Immigration numbers around around 300K a year give or take, and this is not counting illegal immigration. What is anyone going to do about that ?

I am just interested in seeing the population projections coming to fruition. It is estimated to be around 70 million by 2027. How will that effect wages, public health services and general quality of life. Especially as we are moving further and further left in terms of wealth distribution.

This all stems from school and popular culture, we are a very left wing country, culturally speaking.
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(10-26-2017 02:37 PM)gework Wrote:  I'm afraid that the UK is too full of old people who just want their pensions and healthcare AND young people who want nationalised everything without considering how it's going to be paid for (them in a few years) for a Mogg to be elected.

The 2017 GE made me realise that I have to leave the country, which I am in the process of trying to find the appropriate avenue. It seems that there is little stomach for any fiscal trimming. The Conservative Party now has essentially no policies that could be described as such and May is now rolling out a whole host of government schemes to interfere with the economy in an attempt to lure in people who just don't want as much more exta government as Corbyn would deliver.

I think the best solution may be to allow Corbyn to win the next GE. It seems that the best way to discredit socialism is to give it a trial run:

[Image: C-KsmfqXgAA3TZb.jpg]

And with a financial collapse seemingly inevitable and in my opinion and ensuing greatest depression, it would be good to dump it on Corbyn's watch. For this reason I might give a Mogg run an abstention, even though it's great to see someone in the party making conservative arguments without the fear of the screeching that he just wants to crush the poor etc.

The above would only be accurate if immigration wasn't in the picture. The Left gets into power by making bullshit socialist promises (free everything!!) and then enacting mass-immigration. Mass immigration is there to vote for them long after their socialist bullshit is discredited.

If there were no immigrants, leftist parties wouldn't be any bigger of a problem than Jimmy Carter was in 1980. Immigrants are the true goal of all the huckster left-wing parties out there, they promise lies just so they can import more voters. Simple con-game, but brutally effective at destroying so much of the West.

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It really feels like Britain isn't long for this world,





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Dumping an economic problem or Corbyn will merely be a repeat of Gordon bowns government - not their fault entirely and you would be stretching it to say they are at fault at all.

There will most likely not be a next Tory government or should I say a conservative, British-type of party.
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Interdasting.

10-31-2017 01:21 AM
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(10-31-2017 01:21 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  Interdasting.


Most refreshing thing i've read about all day and out of the UK of all places too.
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I just came across this quote by George Santayana, the Hispanic-American philosopher, and rather liked it. Something to aspire to, in these modern times where we've fallen so far from what we were at our best.

“Instinctively the Englishman is no missionary, no conqueror . . . he travels and conquers without a settled design, because he has the instinct of exploration. His adventures are all external; they change him so little that he is not afraid of them. He carries his English weather in his heart wherever he goes, and it becomes a cool spot in the desert, and a steady and sane oracle amongst all the deliriums of mankind. Never since the heroic days of Greece has the world had such a sweet, just, boyish master. It will be a black day for the human race when scientific blackguards, conspirators, churls, and fanatics manage to supplant him.”
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Yeah, well you guys still got those annoying toast cooling towers.

“That sig BTW is a very asinine anti-family anti-parent quote. You live in a country where 40% of children grow up without a biological father, yet somehow “the greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”? Sorry but this is fruity Boomer nonsense.”

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(11-01-2017 03:11 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  Yeah, well you guys still got those annoying toast cooling towers.

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“That sig BTW is a very asinine anti-family anti-parent quote. You live in a country where 40% of children grow up without a biological father, yet somehow “the greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”? Sorry but this is fruity Boomer nonsense.”

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(11-01-2017 05:21 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  [Image: original_MumsToastLighter.jpg]

You know you've spent too much time on this forum when you find this image to have a weirdly sexual connotation.

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Debeguiled knows these are not for cooling toast. It's twisting me up inside.
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(10-31-2017 01:21 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  Interdasting.


So, the minister referred to was Defence Minister Michael Fallon, who resigned yesterday.

Hartley-Brewer has said that if this resignation was on the back of said non-incident, it would be utterly ludicrous, which is why she thinks it's probably over something else.

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(11-02-2017 06:13 AM)H1N1 Wrote:  Debeguiled knows these are not for cooling toast. It's twisting me up inside.

Guilty.

H!N! has already soundly trounced my ideas on the matter.

Being obtuse is all part of Yankee Privilege.

“That sig BTW is a very asinine anti-family anti-parent quote. You live in a country where 40% of children grow up without a biological father, yet somehow “the greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”? Sorry but this is fruity Boomer nonsense.”

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So while the country is on life-support, here's what British police are up to...





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Please tell me those U.K. Internet Police tweets are just satirical.

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Future candidate for PM?

Priti Patel held undisclosed meetings in Israel

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Quote:The International Development Secretary held undisclosed meetings in Israel without telling the Foreign Office while accompanied by a powerful pro-Israeli Conservative lobbyist, the BBC has learned.

Priti Patel met the leader of one of Israel's main political parties and made visits to several organisations where official departmental business was reportedly discussed.

According to one source, at least one of the meetings was held at the suggestion of the Israeli ambassador to London.

In contrast, British diplomats in Israel were not informed about Ms Patel's plans.


Ministers are by convention supposed to tell the Foreign Office when they are conducting official business overseas.

The meetings took place over two days in August while Ms Patel was on holiday in Israel.

'Freelance foreign policy'

No civil servants were present but Ms Patel was accompanied by Lord Polak, honorary president of Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI), an influential lobbying organisation that has access to wealthy party donors.

Some ministers and MPs accused Ms Patel of trying to win favour with wealthy pro-Israeli Conservative donors who could fund a potential future leadership campaign.

Others accused her of conducting her own "freelance foreign policy" on Israel. Ms Patel is a long-standing supporter of Israel and a former vice-chairman of CFI.


Ministers also said there was a potential risk that the meetings could have broken the ministerial code of conduct which states that "ministers must ensure that no conflict arises, or could reasonably be perceived to arise, between their public duties and their private interests, financial or otherwise".

One minister said: "This is outrageous. She is a Cabinet minister. She just cannot do this. This is about donors and influence."

One former minister said: "What does it say to the rest of the Middle East if a senior Cabinet minister in charge of Britain's huge aid budget disappears for 48 hours from a family holiday in Israel and is under the wing of a pro-Israeli lobbyist?"


The revelations risk embarrassing the government while the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is in London to mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration, when Britain first gave its support for a national home for the Jewish people.

A senior Downing Street source denied Ms Patel had done anything wrong. And a source at the Department for International Development said it was a private holiday paid for by the Secretary of State herself.
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