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22 minutes ago, Vector Sigma said:

Having said that, I would.

Nah, reverse BOBFOC. She's built like a sideboard below the neck. Face is OK, but you'd have to give it a right good kicking to get rid of that revolting smirk.

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1 hour ago, Vector Sigma said:

Regrettably we get the politicians society elects and to some extent deserves. She is emblematic of the very worst in our current state of affairs. Ironic that someone of mixed heritage could end up being so bigoted.

 

I do fear she (like Johnson or Trump) is 'electable' precisely because of her extreme and outlandish, or downright psychopathic views.

 

Having said that, I would.

Disgusting 

 

'Victor Smegma'

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55 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Disgusting 

 

'Victor Smegma'

Ultimate angry fuck. I think she'd be filthy and into all kinds.

 

Back on message though, she is a thoroughly reprehensible individual and it'll be a dark day if she rises any higher up the ladder. We think Boris is bad...

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problem with this cabinet is that Cummings designed it in a way so as to be filled with people who'll toe the line to put their careers first, anyone who wouldn't do so has been ousted from the party itself, banished to the back benches or has resigned. 

 

The obvious problem with that is you're left with a cabinet of none of the talents, so when Johnson goes missing because he's clueless, if Raab or whoever stands in he's just as clueless and probably a little bit scared. 

 

Patel is thick as fuck and has no shame at all, they're all like that. Hancock is so thick he doesn't even realise he's being positioned as the fall guy.

 

Obviously none of this helps when you're in the middle of the biggest national crisis since the second world war.

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Big week for these superstars-

 

 

All 60 points of it here- https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1271901085167476738.html

 



1. The first study of our “world-beating contact tracing” found it was unable to trace 33% of people with coronavirus

2. National Audit Office found the govt ignored warnings to stockpile PPE for almost a month
3. NAO also found less than half the expected PPE was handed out

4. NAO found 25,000 patients were discharged to care homes without testing

5. About half Covid deaths were in care homes

6. Matt Hancock said we had “thrown a protective ring” around care homes
7. New laws said you could visit a dying relative. But the govt chose to make this a criminal law, rather than just guidance

8. So if your sick mum doesn’t die, you can literally go to jail
9. Boris Johnson scrapped the pandemic response team 6 months before Covid 19 broke out in the UK, so he could concentrate on Brexit

10. The OECD said UK faces the worst economic downturn too: 11.5% of GDP, and a likely No Deal Brexit (despite Boris Johnson's concentration)
11. At its worst, the 2007/8 financial crisis reduced GPD by 2.1% for 1 month

12. OECD said No Deal Brexit would knock 5% off GDP permanently

13. In 2019 Michael Gove said UK farmers would “never recover from No Deal” Brexit that would add costs of 40% to 100% on our exports
14. In July 2019 Michael Gove said “No Deal Brexit is the working assumption of the government”

15. This week Michael Gove said “it is not possible to have a No Deal Brexit”
16. In Feb 2020 Michael Gove said “The UK doesn’t need a post-Brexit deal with the EU”

17. This week Michael Gove said “It is essential the UK has [a deal], and I am confident the EU will agree to one”
18. And then Michael Gove formally rejected an extension to Brexit that would allow us to avoid No Deal

19. UK Universities fell to their worst-ever international league ranking, in part due to “Brexit and the hostile environment”
20. Boris Johnson said the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement was “a great achievement” that gave the UK “all we wanted, and we now have control” and “there will not be checks on goods coming from NI to the mainland”

21. The gov admitted there will be a hard-border in the Irish Sea
22. Boris Johnson was reported as wanting to renegotiate the Withdrawal Agreement

23. The govt said it was leaving border checks in control of the EU for 6 months

24. A report found less than 4000 of the 50,000 staff required for Brexit border checks had been trained
25. A report found “there were no visible preparations, such as the recruitment of vets and customs officers or the building of any new inspection facilities to handle the 10,000 trucks a day that cross the English Channel.”
26. Imperial College found half Covid deaths could have been avoided if we had locked down 1 week earlier

27. Reuters investigation reports “[Johnson] didn’t study, until mid-March, the option of a China-style stringent lockdown”
28. 10th March Rory Stewart told Boris Johnson to lock down on live TV

29. 15th March 2020, a Harvard Prof of Epidemiology said about our delay in locking down that he “couldn't believe it ... I assumed reports of the UK policy were satire”

30. We locked down 23 March
31. Boris Johnson said “This govt has put its arms round the people in this country and done its absolute best”

32. The govt relaxed lockdown because" the R value has dropped below 1"

33. Govt figures to show the R value was above 1 in 4 of the 9 regions of England
34. Ministry of Housing gave £50m grants to fund signs for the 2m rule

35. A study found reducing the 2m rule increased infection by 50%

36. So Boris Johnson said he wants to scrap the 2m rule as soon as possible

37. Councils said the govt was causing chaos over 2m distancing
38. In a briefing Boris Johnson said “people who are not following the guidelines are breaking the law”

39. Dominic Cummings is still neither sacked, nor prosecuted for breaking the law

40. England’s chief nurse was dropped from briefings after refusing to defend Cummings
41. It is now 15 days since a scientific advisor has appeared in the daily briefing

42. Robert Jenrick, accepted he had acted unlawfully in assisting a Tory donor avoid a £40m bill on a housing development. He also has not been sacked.
43. Boris Johnson said of BlackLivesMatter: “I hear you”

44. The gov missed the deadline to remove Grenfell-style cladding

45. Boris Johnson sent an 8-tweet thread condemning the removal of a racist statue by #BlackLivesMatter protestors
46. At time of writing, Boris Johnson has not sent a tweet condemning violence by people opposing #BlackLivesMatter

47. Priti Patel said the UK is not racist

48. Then Priti Patel said she had experienced racism all her life
49. Boris Johnson said the UK faces the virus together, and we all bear the burden

50. ONS found the poorest areas of UK had 2x the mortality rate of the richest

51. IFS report said inequality would worsen under this govt after Covid 19
51. The head-teachers association found there had been at least 150 u-turns and changes to guidance on education since the outbreak began

52. Boris Johnson promised a “massive catch-up operation” on education
53. Schools and councils in England were not consulted, warned about this, or funded to do it

54. The former Chief Inspector of Schools said the govts failure of planning for schools reopening is “absolutely astonishing”
55. The gov boasted that the NHS had not been overwhelmed by Covid 19

56. NHS said this is because all planned surgeries were cancelled. A&E admissions fell by 34%. Almost all cancer treatments were suspended. Screening for the 2nd biggest cancer killer was stopped.
57. A study by the NHS Confederation found we now we have a 9.8 million patient backlog

58. Most govs worldwide expect a second wave of Covid in the winter. The NHS has no capacity for this, the Nightingale Hospitals have been mothballed, and nearly 10m await treatment
59. Tory MPs and ministers were quoted saying “It's all a bit crap” and No 10 are in “headless chicken mode”

60. Reminder: this is only the week since Wed. See 

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I expect them all to be corrupt self-serving lying scumbags, but I think this could also be the stupidest Cabinet in my lifetime: Raab, Hancock, Patel, Shapps, Truss, Whateley; Johnson himself... the list is mindless. 

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Looks like the Tories are going to use the deaths of thousands of people as an excuse to get away with pretty much any shit they like...


@AdamBienkov

Conservative MP Nicola Richards suggests it’s wrong for the opposition to criticise the actions of Robert Jenrick "during a global pandemic."

 

 

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Jenrick documents released, including morsels such as:

 

"Desmond urged Jenrick to rush through the deal before the levy was introduced, writing: “We don’t want to give the Marxists loads of doe for nothing!”

Jenrick replied: “I think it is best if we don’t meet until the matter is decided.”

 

Goose cooked surely. Although the cynic in me wonders why the documents were released. Possibly he farted in the same room as Cummings. These fucks don't fall unless their mates want them to.

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1 hour ago, Stickman said:

Looks like the Tories are going to use the deaths of thousands of people as an excuse to get away with pretty much any shit they like...


@AdamBienkov

Conservative MP Nicola Richards suggests it’s wrong for the opposition to criticise the actions of Robert Jenrick "during a global pandemic."

 

 

I hope they say the same about my upcoming case.

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4 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Jenrick documents released, including morsels such as:

 

"Desmond urged Jenrick to rush through the deal before the levy was introduced, writing: “We don’t want to give the Marxists loads of doe for nothing!”

Jenrick replied: “I think it is best if we don’t meet until the matter is decided.”

 

Goose cooked surely. Although the cynic in me wonders why the documents were released. Possibly he farted in the same room as Cummings. These fucks don't fall unless their mates want them to.

 

Westferry planning row: Jenrick texted property developer, documents show

 

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But Downing Street said Boris Johnson now considered the matter "closed".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-53172995

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