- Mon May 16, 2016 12:55 pm #457929
Just to be safe, I've blocked the entire forum. I can't even read my own posts now.
This age thinks better of a gilded fool / Than of a threadbare saint in Wisdom's school - Thomas Dekker c1598
Thought as much but good to have confirmation. The funny thing is I've generally been civil and tried to keep it political whenever I've attempted debating with this guy but he just seems unwilling/incapable of engaging with opposing viewpoints. If he ever tries to give it the big one about left-wing echo chambers, can someone he hasn't blocked pull him up on it? Cheers.Littlejohn's brain wrote:New Puritan's thinking is like this Progress=bad, therefore what Benn said was patronising. One of the reasons I blocked the armchair marxist in the first place.
I'm sure lord sainsbury was regularly doorstepping to deliver leaflets. You a member?Littlejohn's brain wrote:Somehow I think they will survive and unlike you wino they aren't armchair members.
tru tru, but less money = less staff/research/whatever = less power and influenceyoungian wrote:Its essentially a think tank for wonks it doesn't need much funds to run it.
No however their website contains a number of interesting articles, which is is more than I get from left futures. For all your venom they actually invited the likes of Thornberry, Abbott and even Paul Mason to their conference. As Peter Edwards points out love them or loathe them there here to stay.I'm sure lord sainsbury was regularly doorstepping to deliver leaflets. You a member?
With just five staff Progress has produced nine magazines a year, 15 party conference fringes, 20 events outside London as well as the organisation’s own conference and its political weekend.
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