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Bill

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  1. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    fantastic ? so far a mysoginist who blames women for rape another who thinks Corbyn wants to shoot the rich, and that the Tories are the victims of brexit and following the refusal to release information on how Russia involved itself it the UK referendum we now have " the official fiscal watchdog was blocked from releasing new figures on the state deficit and debt. " Bertie must be wondering why he could not hide the above two as he has with these reports and that was only day 2
  2. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    it's your wooly head I would be more worried about and do you go steady
  3. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    the same Ian Austin "On 1 June 2012, he apologised after claiming falsely that a Palestinian human rights group, Friends of Al-Aqsa, had denied the Holocaust happened in an article he wrote on the Labour Uncut website in 2011. He accepted that the material of which he complained had been produced by an unconnected individual. " or "Austin had tried to split a claim for stamp duty on buying his second home in London into two payments and tried to claim the cost back over two financial years. This allowed him to claim the majority of the money (£21,559, just £75 short of the maximum) under his second-home allowance in the 2005/06 financial year. He then claimed for the remaining £1,344 stamp duty cost in 2006–2007, together with his legal fees. In all, he went on to claim £22,076 (£34 short of the maximum) in the next financial year.[24] It also reported that Austin "flipped" his second-home designation weeks before buying a £270,000 London flat, and that he had claimed £467 for a stereo system for his constituency home, shortly before he changed his second-home designation to London. He then spent a further £2,800 furnishing the new London flat." quite a reliable source almost as reliable as your 'mate' RTB's knowledge of the A11 "
  4. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    and yet another right wing nutter breaks cover "The Conservatives have been criticised for picking an election candidate who has questioned whether climate change is dangerous and argued its risks have been exaggerated as a “socialist Trojan horse”. Craig Morley, who is standing in the marginal Labour-held seat of Reading East, a key target for the Tories, has a long explanation on his website of why he believes the “dangerous climate change theory relies on shaky evidence”." https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/07/conservative-election-candidate-craig-morley-climate-crisis-socialist-trojan-horse and this is before Farage's glorious 600 (the charge of the sh ite brigade) have been let loose
  5. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    the bigliest election launch ever - Johnson copies Trump in lying https://www.indy100.com/article/boris-johnson-tory-general-election-campaign-launch-size-birmingham-9188846
  6. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    given he has a long record of such behaviour I would bet on this though as with the photograph of his 'girlfriend' demonstrated, lying is also part of his character as someone who postures as a 'patriot' (bigot) he resorted to lying when caught out not attending his local Remembrance service, much as when he posted a quite odious photo of a WW1 cemetery with a neo **** logo on it tried to lie his way out of that as well both of the above sugests he is extremely thick to think that others might not check his stuff, and even thicker that he does not check himself I think he would be bordering 'special needs' if he were a school kid now
  7. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    have a heart mate
  8. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    of course he won't anymore than bagster voted in the referendum ps the idea that you have time away from here to tune into an obscure radio show on the internet stetches your deceit way beyond it's normal limits
  9. There is nothing wrong with a good bit of over reaction as it helps many to express their deep seated thoughts that they, as football fans, are being eternally sold down the river. So any opportunity to put up evidence must be grabbed at with both hands.....if only to vent their spleen on here via their keyboard. For them misfortune however it comes is not the roll of the dice, but a deliberate consequence of the perenial failings of 'lack of hambition', not having an hinvestor and poor management. The latter being down to hindsight. So panic if you wish for all the good it will do, other than self gratifiction. For my part we are back in the PL when barely a year ago after coming away with a point at poorman road that seemed a foolish dream. But we did reach the PL again, with another title along the way. If you go to CR to watch good football then you wil enjoyed what's been on offer. If you go expecting City to always be the better side then you may well have been disappointed. So much so that panic may have set in, and your concern is more about next May than this Friday. So for you it is time to panic, for me it is time to enjoy and deal with what comes when it comes.
  10. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    our local Tory candidate "When you’re in that position that you are about to engage in sexual activity there’s a huge amount of energy in the male body. There’s a huge amount of will and intent and it’s very difficult for many men to say no when they are whipped up into a bit of a storm. It’s the old adage about if you yank a dog’s tail then don’t be surprised when it bites you." Nick Morgan ' A day after a Cabinet minister resigns for knowingly supporting an aide who’d sabotaged a rape trial, a Tory constituency select a rape apologist as their candidate. Awful, awful news for anyone who cares about violence against women that this man will likely be in Parliament. '
  11. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    reasonable in the sense that you did not swear but did resort to trying to twist Dan's words now what have you done with bagster and Len ? stuck on the A11 perhaps
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    The Brexit Thread

    the supposed 'problem' is in your head pointing out that you are an habitual liar is merely stating fact as is the thought that you are a bigot neither of which are reliant upon an opinion, they come from the posts you put up on here .............by whatever name you post under case closed
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    The Brexit Thread

    if you think that hand crank is a right wing nutter souting nonsense take a look at what this similar minded loony is claiming https://www.indy100.com/article/corbyn-stalin-tory-mp-shoot-rich-people-nadhim-zahawi-andrew-neil-9188851
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    The Brexit Thread

    there are plenty of places on the internet where you can read opinions that we can speak to the dead the question is not one of how much weight you give to that 'evidence' - but why you are giving any weight, and what is the intent behind that something I suggest Dan has already shown and as far as I am concerned has proven..... you are a bigot, a habitual lying one at that
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    The Brexit Thread

    A leader in a newspaper is not evidence The only evidence here is your constant posting of misinformation as accepted fact The 'Corbyn is an anti-semite' is merely the wish of your sort to smear
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    The Brexit Thread

    I wonder if hand crank/RTB has any update on the smears regarding Czech intelligence and Corbyn as he told us last Feb that there would be more to come........................there wasn't still, if your choice is promoting the virtues of Johnson or trying to smear Corbyn you can see why poor hand crank/RTB is left with the above .......................though in this case you can expect more
  17. Bill

    President Trump

    " Donald Trump wanted his attorney general, William Barr, to declare publicly that the president’s phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine was not illegal, only for Mr Barr to decline, according to reports. " much as I thought there will be few, if any, who will be willing to lie on oath to protect Trump - Johnson take note one by one the case has been working it's way up the ladder, the only question now is how far ranging will this 'trial' go, who else will be dragged in, as like Nurembourg after WW2 justice will need to be seen to be done as well as being done the festering wound that is Trump will need to be cleaned up before it can heal - and with similar allegations of Russian interference in the UK I would expect the shock waves to reach this shore
  18. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    much as the ICM poll over the w/e had - which led to my thought that in the surburbs, the wealthy areas outside of London will see a switch away from Johnson's lunatic ideas to the Libdems - hence Swinson making loud noises about them not working with Labour after the GE, as this would allow the bigots to warn that vote LibDem get Corbyn however if this pans out as it currently appears then the Libdems will be in coalition with Labour - they can hardly prop up a brexit favouring Johnson administration so expect the above to be trotted out at some point, as well as the usual scaremongering, as there is not much else Johnson can say nine years of cuts that have decimated the police forces, schools, local government, the NHS while all the time borrowing more look after the banks and leave others to food banks.....sounds like much to trumpet there
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    The Brexit Thread

    blimey the nutter is talking to himself time to make myself scarce before Len or bagster turns up
  20. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    yep hand crank will do as his betters beckon irrespective of the name he posts under
  21. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    nope, that is just you lying again - as with your guff about Bercow ps where's your 'mate' Cpt Pants ?
  22. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    An interestin poll carried out by ICM over the weekend has poor Berties lead slippin to 7 points 38 v 31, with the LD's on 15 and Farage's lot on 9. Interesting in that it has " 11 per cent of those voted Conservative at the last election in 2017 were now planning to vote for the Brexit Party, while 12 per cent of those who backed Labour in 2017 intended to vote for the Liberal Democrats. " Which would strongly suggest a hung parliament by the levels of voters switching, Votes for Farage's lot will achieve nothing other than reducing the Tory vote - whereas votes switched to the libdems could increase their MPs. The latter underpins my views of how this will pan our, whereas the polling figures will move accordingly to daily events so are not that indicitive unless they show a clear pattern - and that is too early at the moment.
  23. Bill

    President Trump

    yes you say the A11 still has single carriage way, I say it hasn't odd that you did not know that......or perhaps not
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