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By cycloon
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The Red Arrow wrote:
Tue Nov 19, 2019 6:58 pm
Calls political opponents 'Stalinist', wants to bring in labour camps. Right-o.
Almost as if these complete vacuums are all about form over substance and don't know the first thing about anything beyond their narrow myopia.
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By Kreuzberger
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It plays well with the base. Swastika neck tattoos and poppies, and the denial of the impact of gravity on their own urgent and pressing interests. It's a Nottinghamshire thing, especially Mansfield which has no pits and a Tory MP.
 
By davidjay
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Of course they agree. Because it's not them affected nor will it ever be. They're honest, hard-working, salt of the earth types who never cause anyone a moment's trouble. The problems are always caused by workshy, feckless, underclass Corbyn supporters (even though he's abandoned the working class in favour of the metropolitan elite) and they get what they deserve.

And on a similar subject, how come we're the violent ones, when we can have 1.5 million marching with no problems while two dozen of them can't gather without wanting to fight the police, themselves or the world?
 
By davidjay
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:34 am
Because we engage in vile personal abuse, while they partake of some knockabout harmless horseplay and banter.
And we get upset because we're snowflakes.
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By Safe_Timber_Man
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davidjay wrote:
Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:57 pm
And on a similar subject, how come we're the violent ones, when we can have 1.5 million marching with no problems while two dozen of them can't gather without wanting to fight the police, themselves or the world?


Also because nowadays when there is a scrap our "side" tends to win and the washed up footy firm dropouts didn't expect that and cry foul.
 
By youngian
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Noel Gallagher - who told the British public to "get f*cking over it" when it comes to Brexit - has revealed that he applied for an Irish passport 'immediately' after the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016.

The Oasis frontman has previously claimed it was undemocratic to stop Brexit, having previously told Remain voters to "f*cking get over it", or to "move to North Korea" if they are against the vote. https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-st ... 8gJ3426CjE

Or move to Dublin. Brother Liam has been exemplary on Brexit calling it out for the bag of shite that it is.
 
By Snowflake
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There was laughter in the full public gallery when the magistrate asked for a psychiatric report on Dalla Mura be prepared before her sentencing on 16 December, four days after the election.
Although to be fair, even with the support of the Lib Dems I don't think Soubry stands much chance of retaining the seat.
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