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Wow, I must listen to him. 🤣

Tommy Robinson is also urging you to vote Conservative. 

The Mail, Sun, Express and Telegraph. Same. 

Do you really want to be on the same side as these wankers? 

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8 hours ago, PurpleCanary said:

I am to blame for his absence. He has been busy working for me, renovating a pretty rundown chateau on the banks of the Layon (a tributary of the Loire, as you know). And a decent job overall, although his marquetry skills leave a lot to be desired, and I had to get a specialist in to re-repoint his repointing of the crenellated parapets.

Have you got Biliy locked up in the dungeon?

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6 hours ago, Rock The Boat said:

And today's Labour person urging you to vote Conservative is... 

Lord Sugar

He was a big fan of Blaire and Brown as I recall and involved in some of their initiatives to promote business. Like many Labour supporters he is unable to vote for a Marxist to run (ruin) this country I suspect, and who can blame him.

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Johnsons latest campaign stunt.

He made a huge mess and then he walked away and let someone else clear up the mess. 😀

 

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3 minutes ago, TCCANARY said:

Johnsons latest campaign stunt.

He made a huge mess and then he walked away and let someone else clear up the mess. 😀

🤣 Spot on, Boris the liar's entire political career captured in a single sentence.

A lazy, expensively educated dimwit who has no discernable talents or abilities other than self promotion and who wouldn't know the truth if it bit him on the **** - but apparently still Prime Ministerial material to 40% or so of British voters.

Shocking state of affairs, but we've watched things deteriorating for years and it will only get lot worse after tomorrow.

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10 hours ago, PurpleCanary said:

I am to blame for his absence. He has been busy working for me, renovating a pretty rundown chateau on the banks of the Layon (a tributary of the Loire, as you know). And a decent job overall, although his marquetry skills leave a lot to be desired, and I had to get a specialist in to re-repoint his repointing of the crenellated parapets.

Hi purps, I see you're still trying hard to sound superior 😉

And we all know that you're living in exile!!

I wonder if Jeremy would approve.

 

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As with all things slimy and untrustworthy like Johnson and other dodgy snake-oil salesmen (ask Arlene 🙂 ) . 

 

All sales are final.

No Returns, No Refunds.

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10 minutes ago, Creative Midfielder said:

🤣 Spot on, Boris the liar's entire political career captured in a single sentence.

A lazy, expensively educated dimwit who has no discernable talents or abilities other than self promotion and who wouldn't know the truth if it bit him on the **** - but apparently still Prime Ministerial material to 40% or so of British voters.

Shocking state of affairs, but we've watched things deteriorating for years and it will only get lot worse after tomorrow.

Voters have a choice between

Jeremy Corbyn

Swinson

Johnson

It's not much of a choice is it?

Are any prime ministerial?

Jeremy Corbyn certainly isn't and Swinson is full of it !

So Johnson wins by default, is that his fault?

All he does is highlight your sides inadequacy!

Now do you blame him for that aswell?

 

 

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Interesting article from the Daily Mash. 🤭🤣

What's your pathetic excuse for voting for Boris Johnson?

DESPITE widespread agreement that he’s a lying tw*t, millions of people still intend to vote for Boris Johnson. What’s your depressing justification?

Immigrants

It’s not entirely clear how immigrants are harming the average Brit. But that’s what it’s about, isn’t it? As Brexiters like to say, ‘We’re full’. Yes we are. Of disingenuous kn*bheads pretending it’s not about immigrants.

The NHS

If you believe Boris Johnson on the NHS you may as well believe in anything, eg. a six-foot rabbit is coming to buy you a house and he’ll look after the kids with a delicious but healthy meal on the table every day at 6pm. Thanks, imaginary giant bunny! You’ve got my vote!

Boris is fun

The evil clown Pennywise from It is fun. He’s spooky, deranged and says moderately amusing things. However you probably wouldn’t want Pennywise to run the country. Unless the other option was Jeremy Corbyn.

Tories are good at the economy

If you believe this: f**k off. Without an in-depth discussion of Keynesian economic orthodoxy, which no one wants in the morning, every indicator suggests Tories are not very good on economics. It’s like saying murderers are great at managing end-of-life care.

Labour are rubbish

Jeremy Corbyn’s failure to connect with the electorate could be debated, or indeed go on, for about 200 years. Is he worse than Boris? No.

Freedom of speech on campus and golliwogs and whatever

If your only points of reference are propaganda from the Sun and Telegraph then you are totally right to vote for this idiot, and cannot be challenged.

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2 minutes ago, Bagster said:

Voters have a choice between

Jeremy Corbyn

Swinson

Johnson

It's not much of a choice is it?

Are any prime ministerial?

Jeremy Corbyn certainly isn't and Swinson is full of it !

So Johnson wins by default, is that his fault?

All he does is highlight your sides inadequacy!

Now do you blame him for that aswell?

 

 

Cobblers, to put it politely.

You haven't a clue what my 'side' is - there are more alternatives than you appear to be aware of and the only inadequacy he has exposed as far as I'm concerned is that other parties aren't hugely funded by far right billionaires and big business. Nor are they backed by a flood of propaganda from media owned also by right wing billionaires - who know @Bagster the kind of people who really care about ordinary citizens like us.

Johnson doesn't win by default he wins by deceit, and because we have a huge number of idiots who ignore his known track record and are gullible enough to believe he is suddenly going to turn into something completely different to the incompetent charlatan we already know he is.

As I thought I'd made clear, it isn't just about tomorrow - this is just the latest step in an ongoing process in which at different times we've had different choices but we seem to become a nation which has developed a taste for self-harm and tomorrow we are probably (almost certainly if the polls are remotely accurate) going to double down on that in a way that is going to irreversibly damage the country.

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21 minutes ago, Bagster said:

Voters have a choice between

Jeremy Corbyn

Swinson

Johnson

It's not much of a choice is it?

Are any prime ministerial?

Jeremy Corbyn certainly isn't and Swinson is full of it !

So Johnson wins by default, is that his fault?

All he does is highlight your sides inadequacy!

Now do you blame him for that aswell?

 

 

Why does Johnson win by default? He's not prime ministerial either.

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Cm ...I think after 3'years of your posting, we might just have an idea of "your side"

He wins by default because

A. He has clear message to leavers

B. His front bench are very credible

C. Conservatives who voted Remain will not want to risk Corbyn.

D. The parties on the remain side never came up with a solid credible alliance, in fact Gina Miller is a bigger risk than the remain alliance 

E. I am working class, do you think I want to vote Tory!

But Corbyn's front bench!! Imagine if they were your football team.

You would down the list and go

He's s..t

He's s..t

She's s...t

She's....t

I thought he was ok until he said that to his Tory mate!

Bla bla bla

Lib Dems policy was to REVOKE!!! would've caused riots!

Labours policy was we know we're s..t but we promise to give you lots of free stuff if you vote for us

Therefore plate , silver platter, Johnson.

The only unknown is Gina Miller's tactical voting!! She is the real opposition.

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I'm voting against the billionaires and their shills, bots, trolls and opaquely funded think tanks. 

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The fat lady isn't singling yet. 

I suspect some major surprises still.

For me though the ideal solution would be a hung parliament; Corbyn to stand aside for a 'Unity' leader like Starmer and a sensible Brexit plus 2nd ref. A few of the smaller more generally popular Labour policies implemented. 6 months after a 2nd ref a proper GE on issues

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11 minutes ago, Bagster said:

Cm ...I think after 3'years of your posting, we might just have an idea of "your side"

He wins by default because

A. He has clear message to leavers

B. His front bench are very credible

C. Conservatives who voted Remain will not want to risk Corbyn.

D. The parties on the remain side never came up with a solid credible alliance, in fact Gina Miller is a bigger risk than the remain alliance 

E. I am working class, do you think I want to vote Tory!

But Corbyn's front bench!! Imagine if they were your football team.

You would down the list and go

He's s..t

He's s..t

She's s...t

She's....t

I thought he was ok until he said that to his Tory mate!

Bla bla bla

Lib Dems policy was to REVOKE!!! would've caused riots!

Labours policy was we know we're s..t but we promise to give you lots of free stuff if you vote for us

Therefore plate , silver platter, Johnson.

The only unknown is Gina Miller's tactical voting!! She is the real opposition.

Well you still haven't mentioned them in either of your posts so I suspect you don't.

And if you believe any of the rest of the above then yes, I do think you want to vote Tory.

Although if I remember correctly you won't get the chance - haven't you already moved out of this ****show of a country?

If so, I presume you're so out of touch with what is actually happening here because you're no longer directly experiencing it (a position which I'm hoping to have in common with you before much longer) - that at least would be some sort of excuse.

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Bagster was caught with his pants down lying about the referendum. Don't put too much faith in his words. 

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12 minutes ago, Herman said:

Bagster was caught with his pants down lying about the referendum. Don't put too much faith in his words. 

Indeed, and the idea that the Tory front bench is 'very credible' is a another humungous whopper  😂

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1 hour ago, Herman said:

I'm voting against the billionaires and their shills, bots, trolls and opaquely funded think tanks. 

Unless that billionaire happens to be George Soros. Why don't you leftie hypocrits criticise his interference in our election?

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‘So, daddy, what did YOU do in the Great Anti-Delia War?’

‘Well now, daughter of mine, I did my bit. I spent 55 minutes of my life trying to

convince the Norwich City directors not to re-appoint Bryan Gunn."

"And how did that work out, father of mine?"

"Five days later they re-appointed Bryan Gunn."

"Was that the day you shouted a lot, threw your Canary bobble hat at the dog and mummy had to hide the key to the drinks cabinet?"

"My, what an observant child you are, to be sure."

"And this meeting at St Andrew’s Hall everyone seems to have gone to?"

"Your dear mother said it would be bad for my state of mind and that if

instead I accompanied here to a soothing concert of classical music at

the cathedral she might make available again the key to the drinks cabinet,

plus other personal benefits of a nocturnal nature."

"What did she mean by ‘other personal benefits of a nocturnal nature’, daddy?"

"That is quite enough questions for one day. Up the wooden hill for you and mother will be along to read you a bedtime story."

"Please can I have ‘'The Lying Witch and the Boardroom'?"

"Far too adult. How about 'Geoffrey and the Magic Wallet'?"

"But I don't understand the ending!"

"No-one does, my child. That's why it’s so popular."

---

Some time and a staggeringly sharp politico-moral decline later…

 

‘So daddy, what did YOU do in the Great Anti-Brexit War?’

 

‘Well now, daughter of mine, I did my bit. I frequently commented in The Guardian and the Financial Times, not to mention on the even more widely influential opinion-forming pink ‘un message-board, on the dangerous stupidity of Brexit and how any sane person concerned about the economic wellbeing of the United Kingdom had it as their moral duty to vote Remain. I also used Only The Little People Pay Taxes, the house magazine of the global elite, and my much-followed column - Are You Sure Your Island Is Far Enough Offshore? - to press home the same argument.’

‘And how did that work out, father?’

‘The British people voted Leave by a clear majority.’

‘Oh dear!  Was that the night mummy was wearing a Union-Jack tee-shirt and ran round the living-room spilling her drink and punching the air, shouting ‘’I could kiss Farage!’’, ‘’Up yours Delors!’’ and ‘’Eat dirt, Merkel!’’? And you spent the next two weeks sleeping in the loft?’

‘Still so very observant! There was a suspicion of some dry-rot up there I needed to examine. But I can assure you I did not give up, daughter of mine. I have carried on the fight to sway opinion in the forthcoming general election to stop Boris Johnson and his madcap Hard Brexit plan. I redoubled my efforts, confident that I could persuade voters, the good people of this wonderful country, that the man was lying charlatan who would ruin their lives.’

‘More comments and more columns?’

‘Absolutely, my child.’

‘And how has that worked out, father dear? Doing the same thing hoping for a different result - isn’t that a definition of something or other?’

‘We will know tomorrow night, but I am sure this time the message has got through. Voters cannot be so criminally cretinous as to make the same mistake twice. It would be an act of monumental self-harm. This time I will be the one dancing joyfully round the room.’

‘Only In a restrained, English kind of way, I hope, father dear. But just in case, just in case, you understand, I bought you this Union Jack tee-shirt to wear and a CD of Vera Lynn singing patriotic songs, and I have put a supply of alcohol in the medicine cabinet, plus the number of the Samaritans’ emergency helpline, on the very slight off-chance the result isn’t quite what you expect, and you go into shock. Like you did on Referendum Night, if you remember.’

‘Very thoughtful of you, and probably very wise…’

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1 hour ago, Yellow Fever said:

The fat lady isn't singling yet. 

I suspect some major surprises still.

For me though the ideal solution would be a hung parliament; Corbyn to stand aside for a 'Unity' leader like Starmer and a sensible Brexit plus 2nd ref. A few of the smaller more generally popular Labour policies implemented. 6 months after a 2nd ref a proper GE on issues

Your IQ must match your age.

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1 hour ago, PurpleCanary said:

The. Chateau has an oubliette but I’ve forgotten where it is...

I trust you have him on the rack, a position he is not unfamiliar with. When you next throw him a crust please pass on my very best...

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