May's speech

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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Re: May's speech

Postby The Modernist » 05 Oct 2017, 09:33

ooooooohhhhh yeah wrote::)

Why anyone would feel sorry for her is honestly beyond me. She's as hard-faced as they come. And she's held onto her position because of greed and short-sightedness as much as luck.

Make no mistake - this is one venal, scheming bitch.


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Well we can relate to having a heavy cold and feeling a bit shitty. That's something everyone has experienced. And usually when we feel like that we pull a sickie from work. She was in a position where she didn't have that option and that's what might attract sympathy. It really wasn't a political point I was making at all.

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Re: May's speech

Postby John aka Josh » 05 Oct 2017, 20:35

ooooooohhhhh yeah wrote:Fair enough. I'm sick of the whole lot of them. I don't recall living in such times. Cunts to a man.

Even in the 80s when every right-thinking person spat on Reagan and Thatcher, you were aware of their statesmen-like qualities. There was conviction at least.




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Re: May's speech

Postby Darryl Strawberry » 05 Oct 2017, 20:42

John aka Josh wrote:
ooooooohhhhh yeah wrote:Fair enough. I'm sick of the whole lot of them. I don't recall living in such times. Cunts to a man.

Even in the 80s when every right-thinking person spat on Reagan and Thatcher, you were aware of their statesmen-like qualities. There was conviction at least.




Pricks to a woman too?

I was a teenage through the second half of the 80s, but I never saw any statesman-like qualities in Reagan. Thatcher was just scary and so had that commanding sense that other scary leaders have. Of course, she fucked most things up for the north so I never had any respect for her.
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Re: May's speech

Postby Samoan » 06 Oct 2017, 08:22

This, on a poster and postcard, was around at the time...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-29997985

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Re: May's speech

Postby The Prof » 06 Oct 2017, 13:40

Tory weasel Grant Shapps seems to be plotting a coup behind her back. Seemingly in collusion with Boris.

So, anyone expect Amber Rudd to be PM by Christmas?

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Re: May's speech

Postby Diamond Dog » 06 Oct 2017, 13:51

The Prof wrote:Tory weasel Grant Shapps seems to be plotting a coup behind her back. Seemingly in collusion with Boris.

So, anyone expect Amber Rudd to be PM by Christmas?


Not exactly plotting behind her back... front page news and the leader on last nights news channels.
I'm sure Johnson is fully aware of proceedings.

But I backed Hammond to be the next Tory Leader and I think he's playing his hand particularly well at present.
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Re: May's speech

Postby Goat Boy » 06 Oct 2017, 13:52

Jacob Rees Mogg is da man!!!
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Re: May's speech

Postby Rayge » 06 Oct 2017, 14:13

ooooooohhhhh yeah wrote:Even in the 80s when every right-thinking person spat on Reagan and Thatcher, you were aware of their statesmen-like qualities.

You as a teenager may have been. As a grown-up I thought they were clueless cunts, both of them, without an ounce of understanding, mouthpieces for others, easily deluded into destroying the economies of the western anglophone world by allowing a cadre of brigand economists to spunk their neo-liberal, monetarist insanity all over it.
Just saying, like.
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Re: May's speech

Postby Bride Of Sea Of Tunes » 06 Oct 2017, 16:14

Rayge wrote:
ooooooohhhhh yeah wrote:Even in the 80s when every right-thinking person spat on Reagan and Thatcher, you were aware of their statesmen-like qualities.

You as a teenager may have been. As a grown-up I thought they were clueless cunts, both of them, without an ounce of understanding, mouthpieces for others, easily deluded into destroying the economies of the western anglophone world by allowing a cadre of brigand economists to spunk their neo-liberal, monetarist insanity all over it.
Just saying, like.


That's how I experienced it too. Those years I was at the Uni, and looking back, I think we were pretty well informed about who were the ventriloquists.
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Re: May's speech

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Re: May's speech

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What an unamusing smug twat Mitchell is.
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Re: May's speech

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He amuses me, but I think we have already established that you and I have different senses of humour :)
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Re: May's speech

Postby Nit Picking Prick » 08 Oct 2017, 15:15

Diamond Dog wrote:What an unamusing smug twat Mitchell is.


I like him but that article could only spark a fire with the truly unimaginative.
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Re: May's speech

Postby R. Swipe » 08 Oct 2017, 15:17

Heseltine making a lot of sense on the BBC
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Re: May's speech

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ooooooohhhhh yeah wrote:Heseltine making a lot of sense on the BBC


He talks a bit of sense on Brexit and then he gets asked about Corbyn and comes up with all the old clichés about JC turning Britain into a 70s Communist gulag.

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Re: May's speech

Postby Samoan » 09 Oct 2017, 18:06

I'm sick of the lot of them.

Sugar nails Corbyn rather well...

“All they’ve done with Corbyn is they’ve taken him to Matalan, they’ve bought him a suit, they’ve cut his hair and they’ve cleaned him up a little bit. He looked like a real lefty hippy when he first came on the scene.
So they’ve dressed him up, told him what to say and he’s become a proper politician now – in other words, a liar.”


https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/oct/07/alan-sugar-in-five-years-middle-england-are-not-going-to-like-themselves?CMP=share_btn_link
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Re: May's speech

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Samoan wrote:I'm sick of the lot of them.

Sugar nails Corbyn rather well...

“All they’ve done with Corbyn is they’ve taken him to Matalan, they’ve bought him a suit, they’ve cut his hair and they’ve cleaned him up a little bit. He looked like a real lefty hippy when he first came on the scene.
So they’ve dressed him up, told him what to say and he’s become a proper politician now – in other words, a liar.”


https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/oct/07/alan-sugar-in-five-years-middle-england-are-not-going-to-like-themselves?CMP=share_btn_link


Hardly. I've heard more astute analysis from a bloke shouting out of the window of a white van.

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Re: May's speech

Postby Darryl Strawberry » 09 Oct 2017, 21:46

The Modernist wrote:
Samoan wrote:I'm sick of the lot of them.

Sugar nails Corbyn rather well...

“All they’ve done with Corbyn is they’ve taken him to Matalan, they’ve bought him a suit, they’ve cut his hair and they’ve cleaned him up a little bit. He looked like a real lefty hippy when he first came on the scene.
So they’ve dressed him up, told him what to say and he’s become a proper politician now – in other words, a liar.”


https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/oct/07/alan-sugar-in-five-years-middle-england-are-not-going-to-like-themselves?CMP=share_btn_link


Hardly. I've heard more astute analysis from a bloke shouting out of the window of a white van.

Agreed. Can someone clarify what it is he is alleged to have lied about?
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Re: May's speech

Postby The Modernist » 09 Oct 2017, 21:51

Darryl Strawberry wrote:
The Modernist wrote:
Samoan wrote:I'm sick of the lot of them.

Sugar nails Corbyn rather well...

“All they’ve done with Corbyn is they’ve taken him to Matalan, they’ve bought him a suit, they’ve cut his hair and they’ve cleaned him up a little bit. He looked like a real lefty hippy when he first came on the scene.
So they’ve dressed him up, told him what to say and he’s become a proper politician now – in other words, a liar.”


https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/oct/07/alan-sugar-in-five-years-middle-england-are-not-going-to-like-themselves?CMP=share_btn_link


Hardly. I've heard more astute analysis from a bloke shouting out of the window of a white van.

Agreed. Can someone clarify what it is he is alleged to have lied about?


" ee spoke all that bollocks didne? Fucking hippy".