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  1. 32 minutes ago, adam72 said:

    Why so aggressive ? Man up and take the defeat on the chin.

    Mainly because you come cross like a gloating **** (which given how bang average you looked is embarrassing in itself). Not bothered about the defeat, happy to discuss with sensible people, have zero interest in discussing it with some random nonce who doesn’t seem to understand why people think he’s a ****- the trick is to not act like a **** generally.


  2. 3 hours ago, ricardo said:

    Unfortunately for you that isn't on the ballot paper.😉

    Funny that one Ricky isn't it? We can't possibly have another referendum because we voted to Leave 3 years ago but we have to have another General Election, despite voting for the current parliament just 2 years ago .... because.... ermmmm.... democracy? If you think about it objectively, it literally makes zero sense and totally undermines the 2nd referendum debate.

    We have to have another vote 2 years on from the last one, to sort out who deals with the fallout from a referendum won by a tiny majority we had 3 years ago, that we're not allowed another vote on despite public opinion quite likely switching to the opposite result. The winner of the vote we are allowed a do-over on, will likely get the support of 30-35% of the electorate, to carry out a mandate of 52% 3 years ago, who would now lose by a heavier margin but we're not allowed to cast that vote again because we already voted. Logical.

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  3. 1 minute ago, Bill said:

    29th March

    31st October...... ?

    Give us a date, oh dimwitted one...

    A date is what we want 🤩

    Speaking of bets, I tabled one to Moyo about permanently leaving the forum if we didn't leave on 31st October. He refused to make it due to a massive lack of testicular fortitude but seems like he may have self-imposed an exile. Fingers crossed.


  4. 1 minute ago, canarydan23 said:

    You not rioting today Jools? Or is that leg still giving you jip?!

    Was just thinking about this. The riots are looking pretty intense I have to say. Seen several people collect their bins from the street after the binmen emptied them this morning. Presumably not as any part of routine but in fact just afraid that they could be filled with explosives or used as projectiles as the rioting continues apace.


  5. 2 minutes ago, canarydan23 said:

    I'm starting to think you weren't even in the Navy. You're a pathetic, lying sad act who has probably led a miserable existence that you have to fantasise about one that involved adventures on the high seas and fictional female bedfellows.

    I'd pity you if you weren't so unpleasant.

    I was just thinking the same thing. His time in the navy seems to be a source for unverifiable coincidences that directly relate to the thread. At least one of them proven imaginary already.


  6. 8 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

    It's not strange, do you have conversations with your family, because when you are inside a ship working and living with people you get to know a lot about them. They are your shipmates.

    In fact, I spent 8 months at a time working in a very isolated site in Shropshire with 250 other staff and very few of us had a car so it was 24/7 with the people I worked with. I well understand that mentality of grouping together when away from home as been in similar circumstances (albeit slightly less intense). Still never had a conversation with anyone about their local councillor though, you utter weirdo.


  7. 1 minute ago, SwindonCanary said:

    It's not strange, do you have conversations with your family, because when you are inside a ship working and living with people you get to know a lot about them. They are your shipmates.

    Not about local councillors, no I don't. Maybe you're just incredibly boring. Although I guess those days, you didn't have instagram models young enough to be your granddaughter to perv over and pretend were your girlfriend.


  8. Just now, SwindonCanary said:

    None of us in the Navy liked him due to his love of the IRA.

    In 32 years, I have never had a conversation about my local councillors with anybody outside my immediate neighbourhood. Very strange company you keep Swindo.


  9. 5 minutes ago, keelansgrandad said:

    Don't be silly, she's in America, I was on a ship and shipmate was from Haringey, Corbyn was a councillor there. It was then that it was pointed out to me what he was like. I've had my eye on him ever since = he's bad.   

    Couldn't be that your shipmate just didn't like Corbyn could it?
    Don't tell me, Corbyn used to sleep next to Karl Marx grave in Highgate

    A wild ride of coincidences is Swindo's time in the navy. He just happened to once have a conversation, with somebody who not only knew who his local councillors were, but happened to live in Corbyn's borough, and happened to have had a detailed background on him. Swindo has used that single conversation as a basis for 30 years surveillance. This nonsense is about as real as his imaginary girlfriend, the instagram model who apparently wasn't even born when Swindo was in the navy but he has pictures of her stored on his "log" because he's a dirty old perv.


  10. 2 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

    I CAN GIVE YOU LOADS OF LINKS SAYING IT IS CORBYN !

    and it also says he was not at Bobby Sands’ funeral when it's been proved he was, he even signed the book.

    I'm not interested in LOADS OF LINKS, Swindo, I'm interested in independent, fact checked, verifiable links that are honest and clear.

    It's been looked into, in great detail by INDEPENDENT fact checkers, and they have verified that the man in question is Jim Gibney. I'm not sure what on Earth you are arguing about, it is objectively not Corbyn. Clearer photo showing it is Gibney (carrying coffin behind Gerry Adams)

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  11. 1 hour ago, ricardo said:

    So it was his fault that the majority Remain Parliament blocked it?

    An interesting point, hmmmm🤔

    It absolutely was his fault. He tried to act illegally and eroded all confidence and trust in the government. He tried Trump style bully tactics and it backfired. Had he worked collaboratively, and reached out to the other parties, there was enough will in the house to get a deal done. Hell, he almost got his shambolic and catastrophic deal through but ran off crying when he wasn't allowed to force it through without scrutiny. A reasonable timetable would have seen his disaster deal voted through commons, but he decided instead of a reasonable timetable for debate, he wanted to strop and have an election. 100% his fault, how can you blame anyone else? Parliament voted it through at 2nd reading - the political will was there, but JOHNSON blocked it himself by pausing the bill. To suggest otherwise is lunacy.


  12. 56 minutes ago, Van wink said:

    Is it fair to assume that our remain posters will be voting Lib Dem?

    Nope - Unlikely to make any difference whatsoever in my constituency which is safe Tory, but I will be voting tactically based on whichever party has the best odds of beating them.

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  13. 1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

    It does not matter who said it, what he's saying is true !

    I'm already for Halloween, thank you. Enjoy it, I will.

    It kind of does matter as he is misrepresenting the truth to suit his agenda. Not that it will bother you I guess as you have little comprehension as such things.

    You are supporting a party that gives terrorists a billion pounds of taxpayer money and sells weapons to terrorists in Saudi Arabia to use on innocent women and children, so if I were you, I would be too embarrassed to even try to go down that route but clearly you don't have enough understanding to grasp the irony (or idiocy) of what you're saying.

    Corbyn never killed anybody, nor did he support it - in fact when asked directly about it - he stood by his conviction and condemned the violence on all sides. You on the other hand are giving the Tory party a mandate to sell weapons to middle eastern terrorists to commit genocide.

    I'm very much enjoying Halloween, the treat being that we're still in the EU and the trick being your attempts to paint Corbyn into a corner.

    Please enlighten us as to your "first hand knowledge" of Corbyn supporting terrorists.... OR is it yet another made up lie that you're creating, like your imaginary girlfriend was "proof" your weren't racist.

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