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PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2019 6:22 am 
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My Mate Ronnie wrote:The Far Right is growing rapidly across Europe .


Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Should we fight against it or embrace it? What's YOUR opinion?






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PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:13 am 
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King Street Cat wrote:Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Should we fight against it or embrace it? What's YOUR opinion?


Good thing . Embrace it . Its about time .

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:31 am 
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My Mate Ronnie wrote:Good thing . Embrace it . Its about time .

Your'e either a troll, or a horrible individual, or both.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2019 1:40 pm 
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My Mate Ronnie wrote:Good thing . Embrace it . Its about time .


You can go fight the ensuing wars on my behalf then. Thanks for volunteering.






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My Mate Ronnie wrote:Good thing . Embrace it . Its about time .

Are you aware of the last time it spread across Europe?






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 Post subject: Re: Boris Johnson
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Lock him up!

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 Post subject: Re: Boris Johnson
PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2019 8:59 am 
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Extremism on any side left or right is in my view the same - they both want the same thing - total control.

That is why Corbyn and his mates like John Landsman are so dangerous they want to take control of the mail, the rail, the buses, the utilities, the water. Next they want to undercut all the generic drug making businesses in this country so effectively nationalising that too. They want to have a national bank what is wrong with the ones the government already has a controlling stake. Where does this stop?

This is far more serious than Boris closing down the government for a few weeks to try and deliver what was a significant democratic vote of the people.






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Sal Paradise wrote:Extremism on any side left or right is in my view the same - they both want the same thing - total control.

That is why Corbyn and his mates like John Landsman are so dangerous they want to take control of the mail, the rail, the buses, the utilities, the water. Next they want to undercut all the generic drug making businesses in this country so effectively nationalising that too. They want to have a national bank what is wrong with the ones the government already has a controlling stake. Where does this stop?

This is far more serious than Boris closing down the government for a few weeks to try and deliver what was a significant democratic vote of the people.


I can remember when the mail, the rail, the buses, the utilities and the water and more was all publicly owned. I don't remember feeling in danger. In fact in many cases we got better services.






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Bullseye wrote:I can remember when the mail, the rail, the buses, the utilities and the water and more was all publicly owned. I don't remember feeling in danger. In fact in many cases we got better services.


I can't remember a time when any public-owned business performed better than its current counterpart. There performance was so bad it brought down Callaghan's government - people we so sick of under investment and union interference. I can't remember a time since privatisation that I haven't had access to water, electricity and gas - the most annoying thing is the amount of roadworks going on whilst they sort out the underground infrastructure such is the level of investment by these private companies in the network. As for the mail seems to keep getting delivered. One thing is for such performance will drop off, investment will dwindle unless you want to pay 33% basic tax rate which will see most people homeless as they wont be able to pay either rent or their mortgage.






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