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  1. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    new party, same stale minds and no policies

    No statistics from me here chaps, just facts Alexander, one of many candidates for the class A drug takers contest to become leader of the UK, said ' I am the only guy that can put Farrage back into his box' On follows a hard won Peterborough by-election and Alexander's party comes in third. Now he's pedalling furiously, doing 28 in a 20mile zone, just to catch a new slogan. He has not found one, it is Labour alone who can put thes3e crack pots back into their box. So now Alexander B. de Peffel Johnson comes up with this excellent ancient Tory policy of , yawn, tax cuts to the few that are about to elect him as a leader. Tax cuts are not a policy but a bribe to members of his own party, the work of a man bereft of ideas.
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    What the f*** is wrong with society? where did it go wrong and how do we fix it?

    Today the media is starting a campaign that is asking us to accept a different law for hypocritical politicians from all parties who have taken illegal drugs, in the past. This at the same time when the Atkins MP's are running a multimillion cannabis business and have cornered the export market ion all sorts of medicinal tinctures and sprays, with some 40 acres under cultivation that never will face a raid from the police. And then they say 'forget about the past, just look at our policies.... well, we are looking but apart from tax cuts to a wealthy minority, I have not heard much, where are the policies that funds our vital services, from child poverty to mental health provisions and the prospect of a privatised NHS, we have not heard one peep. Some 182K, less than 0.1% of the populace will now decide what leader, and past class A drug user, we will get,. This is democracy in the UK in the 21st. century. Where both main parties reject fair proportional election systems for us to choose in future, but make do with what we get from this better class of drug users who rule the roost. As a result of this top dog shock show, will we now debate and talk about decriminalising drugs? about legalising and prescribing dearly needed CBD oils for epilepsy cures, a medical research fact that has been censored for decades. https://www.healthnutnews.com/censorship-1947-epilepsy-study-harry-anslingers-concern/ Drug use is rife in all circles of society and the genie is out of the box, we have to deal with it unless we want this society to destroy itself, demean the law even further and show bad examples to the next generation.
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    President Trump

    Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of leaders…and millions have been killed because of this obedience…Our problem is that people are obedient allover the world in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war, and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves… (and) the grand thieves are running the country. That’s our problem. The nicest thing we could offer this mysoginist coward who never served his country, is to crowd fund for him to get a free shrink, I'm sure he likes things for free.
  4. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    What the f*** is wrong with society? where did it go wrong and how do we fix it?

    'As an intelligent species'? Are you sure we are intelligent enough to sort out our greed for more oil; and gas, for more of the same pollution that kills our children, to make peace and reverse our addiction to longer shelf life with one way plastic, can we rely of the civil obedient s in the media to report a little more disobedient when poor people die of poverty hunger disease and war crimes? I salute your optimism. This is how Howard Zinn would reply to the original question. Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of leaders…and millions have been killed because of this obedience…Our problem is that people are obedient allover the world in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war, and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves… (and) the grand thieves are running the country. That’s our problem.
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    The Brexit Party

    Howard Zinn's quote is the best for this black day when the dark destroyer and mysoginist president forces himself on his unsuspecting poodle from behind. I'm switching off for the next three days. Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of leaders…and millions have been killed because of this obedience…Our problem is that people are obedient allover the world in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war, and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves… (and) the grand thieves are running the country. That’s our problem.
  6. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    The Brexit Party

    Lots of ordinary hard working people and Labour party members at the Luton Mela, so the Brexit party of ordinary people should really try and get some more working class people signed up there, if they dare. Mi9nd it is a positive family event and they might not want to be bothered with tub thumper's.
  7. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    The Brexit Party

    Nigel Farrage will wear a white suit on Monday, as to not have to worry about milk shakes being thrown at him, raise his arms in the air and sing Ahahahaha. But he's got nowt to say in the HoC, and after October 31st. the lazy b....er will be leaving his fat wage packet and receive his perks pension. Then what? There is no GE planned until 2022, and his supporters will have to show patience, well at least try. I would suggest that they have a Brexit party stall at the Luton Mela.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

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  9. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    The Brexit Party

    Adios au revoir widersehen? are you saying good bye to the new German passport holder Nigel Farrage? UKIP new Brex**** party has no plans on how to conduct themselves in Europe, nevermind any policies for the UK to make ends meet. Why are they standing for the EU Parliament they so thoroughly don't agree with? Sinn Fein at least has got principles when it does not attend the two party machine here, but UKIP and lazy Farrage regard sitting in the EU and disrupting much of their proceedings, as money for ol rope. If they had any principles they would abstain after their fraudulent first referendum campaign, but once you got rubber for spines you can only be a bender.
  10. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    The Brexit Party

    News today is that they have problems finding backers with money and that newly announced German passport holder and millionaire Farrage is not paying out his EU earned lazy dosh to fund his newest hobby horse. farrage, the spokesperson for all fishermen failed to attend 42 out of 45 meetings of the fisheries committee, making sure he took the perks for it though, and he failed to inure himself to his fellow MEP's by being an obnoxious rant. Now he wants more of our EU taxes to shout off his mouth? BTW. he failed to register the real Brexit party site, this is it. https://thebrexitparty.com/
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    next years premiere league

    Hi everyone. Wow, what a season and what a great team NCFC is presenting us with after working at it for two years. Well done to Herr Farke and his efforts to make the Canaries a fast passing modern and now very young and energetic team. IMHO, next years challenge needs a little but few adjustments. We need a very good addition to our defense, to join Klose Zimmermann and Rhodes. Some goals against us this year were down to our hasty back passing, a detrimental move into the opposing teams direction, adding to their efforts. playing backwards provides an instant psychological boost to the opposing team and they will try everything to get this ball going their way and under their control. I can envisage a charity box being added to for every backpass, to bring it home that we should try and go forward not backwards, control of the ball is not everything and we are fast enough to get it back should we loose it. Lastly formation. I would prefer a modern 3- 5- 2 formation with both flankers being able to provide and assist attacks as well as supporting the build up in the center. lastly a big thank you to the whole team and their effort this year, you have done different and done well. good luck for next year, we'll support you.
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    Is congestion charge a tax?

    To some it might be normal to pay more for accessing inner Cities to stay off change and pursue the status quo. This Government now raised the congestion charges in London and other councils look jealously at the sums being raised. But hang on, we are showing children on TV with asthma and weare listening to parents harrowing accounts on how they lost their child to this pollution. What we are not seeing are electric buses and trams, readily available, we are not seeing better cycling facilities or the banning of diesel HGV's supplying shops during the day, all day, mingling with pedestrians driving past schools,etc. Why is it that local/national Government can't be making binding proposals to bus operators to exchange their buses by 2022 for electric ones? or else loose their contract for public transport provision! This gross and despicable rise in congestion charge at the total absence of change to the danger they present at present, ignoring death that could be prevented, is wholly for the wrong reasons. This Government is using dead children to make money from pollution and those who create it. For that reason it is justified to interfere in this system now. It started in Twyford Down and Newbury during the late 1980s, and its now coming to a head, because these children are standing up and fighting the ignorance and inability to act. So should you be held up by a group of school children, please switch off your engines and listen to what they have to say.
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    new party, same stale minds and no policies

    For many yearning for something new in politics this weeks denial of parties comes easy, a stale move with no new policies, resigning your seat and giving us voters a say counts for nothing, cowards who bypass voters. Clinging on for employment and our taxes, they muddle through a shower of agenda ridden journalists who all fail; to answer vital questions. They have registered their party in Panama, like any god fearing neoconservative would do, and they are very quiet on who is backing their party. What do they have in common is that they are in lieu with the FoI movement that befriends our MP's but not voters. They are not friends with everyone, as MP's should be if they yhave open minds and by their allegiance they support the current. genocide of Palestinians. https://nyebevannews.co.uk/independent-group-refuses-to-reveal-donors-registers-its-website-in-panama-a-famous-tax-haven/ They also have supported the Iraq war and were against any investigation into the real reasons behind it. Their foul acquisitions of anti semitism are failing to give much evidence and their anti Corbyn campaign does not care whether they are destroying the Labour party with their false/outdated smears. All this shows is the determination to stop JC becoming PM, nothing else matters, not even the forthcoming deceit of a hard Brexit. Professional careerist MP's are not responsible for their actions when they deliberately deceive the electorate and business community, when they commit us to an economic disaster and hardship.WHY EVER NOT? If any of us commit deliberate deception or fraud bordering on the criminal, we get handled by the book. Not these eels, their slime protects them from being held responsible and its time this stops. If you support a more honest, true and transparent discourse in Parliament visa vie us voters, here is a petition. please share it if you so wish. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/239850?fbclid=IwAR0Klg0p-KiKcAl6kOYhIboNvIVUZRaOx0UG8mv2QCDtwcbwdow4X3ibTbY take care
  14. nevermind, neoliberalism has had it

    President Trump

    Well said, kick it off, she must have had her mouth open that one little teeny bit.... and all that money does not seem to have stuffed it for her.But its not just that story, the man is toxic and a failure in life. This Spiegel expose has the man just about right.Is this the end of the Trans Atlantic partnership, or just suspension of it?

    Is it time for Europe to join the resistance?

    “Trump’s renown is rooted in American hero myths. Trump says that

    women like Carla Bruni lust after him, something that women like Carla

    Bruni vehemently deny. Trump says he is exorbitantly rich, yet Trump ran

    himself into the ground with his casinos to the point that he was 295

    million dollars in debt in 1990. He was bailed out by the banks and by

    his father. The greatest myth, though, has to do with Trump’s alleged

    negotiating expertise. This too is nonsense. Trump was never proficient

    in the art of the deal. As a businessman, he paid far too much for

    substandard properties and has shown no patience as a politician. He

    isn’t curious. His preparation is nonexistent. Strategy and tactics are

    both foreign to him. Trump is only proficient in destruction. And that’s

    what he does.”

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/editorial-trump-deals-painful-blow-to-trans-atlantic-ties-a-1207260.html

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    Douma was faked

    far from believing a word this Govertnment is saying about their hasty justification to go to war, I''d rather put my wits behind a journalist that has a lifelong experience of writing unbiased articles and who has won two awards for it. Robert Fisk on the chemical attack that did''n t happen.he has no gripes with anyone and the people he interviews, from the actual hospital, a doctor and two other locals, are genuine, not staged like the white helmets.https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/syria-chemical-attack-gas-douma-robert-fisk-ghouta-damascus-a8307726.html

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