Quantcast
Tory Country - Page 34 - GF - General Forum - The Liverpool Way Jump to content
Section_31

Tory Country

Recommended Posts

On 05/10/2019 at 09:56, Bjornebye said:

Still haven't seen a single shred of evidence that Corbyn (human rights campaigner and vocal and racist) has been antisemitic from the forums very own Rachel Riley. 

 

2 from the top and 3 up Mooks arse please Jeff 


*gasps*

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Bought a Private Eye in election week and finally got round to reading it. Only about 5 pages in and already my hair is curling at the sheer volume of dodgy goings on with the Tories that are never touched upon by the mainstream MSM.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Are you poor? Then fuck you. You can stay behind for an hour writing “I must not be poor” on the blackboard.

 

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

But do you believe that actually happened? Maybe it did, but I don't believe anything anymore, I'm totally disillusioned with any type of media reporting whether it's established or personal/social. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

not sure if this has been posted elsewhere, but it really highlights how we got to where are are today, there's a few cohorts in the over 55 crew who have utterly shafted thee rest of us, possibly without really understanding how much they have benefited, but all the same - its an eye opener. should have been a key part of election news.

 

 

Q&A after is also pretty good - predominantly those who benefited trying to argue they haven't.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm getting twitchy about this plan to retrospectively change the rules around release for prisoners serving sentences for "terror" offences. It looks like the Tories are deliberately, cynically and opportunistically setting up a battle in the courts and (more importantly, for their purposes) in the media, between "national security" (as represented by the Government, on the side of good old-fashioned common sense) and "political correctness" (as represented by those bleeding-heart liberals who are always on the side of the criminals and never the victims). The long game is to build support for their long-standing aim to repeal the Human Rights Act.

 

If they get away with that, we're all fucked. 

  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
58 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

I'm getting twitchy about this plan to retrospectively change the rules around release for prisoners serving sentences for "terror" offences. It looks like the Tories are deliberately, cynically and opportunistically setting up a battle in the courts and (more importantly, for their purposes) in the media, between "national security" (as represented by the Government, on the side of good old-fashioned common sense) and "political correctness" (as represented by those bleeding-heart liberals who are always on the side of the criminals and never the victims). The long game is to build support for their long-standing aim to repeal the Human Rights Act.

 

If they get away with that, we're all fucked. 

Interesting timing as well 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

I'm getting twitchy about this plan to retrospectively change the rules around release for prisoners serving sentences for "terror" offences. It looks like the Tories are deliberately, cynically and opportunistically setting up a battle in the courts and (more importantly, for their purposes) in the media, between "national security" (as represented by the Government, on the side of good old-fashioned common sense) and "political correctness" (as represented by those bleeding-heart liberals who are always on the side of the criminals and never the victims). The long game is to build support for their long-standing aim to repeal the Human Rights Act.

 

If they get away with that, we're all fucked. 

Any law that’s rushed in is usually a cluster fuck.   Shouldn’t be doing this IMO. 

  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The terrorist retrospective law change malarkey is sheer politicking. I don't have the stats to back it up, alas, but I'd hazard a guess that more people have died at the hands of non-terrorist violent offenders who've been released early and who then went on to kill. 

 

However, it appears that the risk that such offenders represent, or the suffering of the families they leave without a loved one don't matter as much. Probably because it's not as much of a vote winner amongst the bigoted Boris base as getting tough on Jonny Foreigner (who's actually probably a British citizen). 

 

Does it really matter to the victim and their families if the killer was released early from either a terrorist or non-terrorist offence? 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
18 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

The terrorist retrospective law change malarkey is sheer politicking. I don't have the stats to back it up, alas, but I'd hazard a guess that more people have died at the hands of non-terrorist violent offenders who've been released early and who then went on to kill. 

 

However, it appears that the risk that such offenders represent, or the suffering of the families they leave without a loved one don't matter as much. Probably because it's not as much of a vote winner amongst the bigoted Boris base as getting tough on Jonny Foreigner (who's actually probably a British citizen). 

 

Does it really matter to the victim and their families if the killer was released early from either a terrorist or non-terrorist offence? 

Hold on, are you saying that a person locked up for say ABH is as much as a risk of killing someone on release as someone who’s jailed for supporting the mass murder of people purely based on their religion?  Really?  
 

would you rather live next to the former or latter?

 

we should be doing everything possible to deradicalise terrorists. But it’s not always possible. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 04/02/2020 at 15:54, Bjornebye said:

 

 

 

 

I love the rise to the top of these hard-working gals, nothing to see here. 

 

Smith was born in Ashford, Kent;

NORMAL

 

her family moved to Norfolk when she was three years old.[4] 

NORMAL

 

Growing up in Stoke Ferry,[5] 

NORMAL

 

she attended comprehensive schools in Swaffham and Methwold;

NORMAL

 

after a gap year working for former Conservative Education Secretary Gillian Shephard,[4] 

"ITS JORDAN FROM DOWNTOWN..."

 

she read English Literature at the University of York.[5] 

NORMAL

 

She undertook summer work for Bernard Jenkin 

"GERRARD COMING IIIIIIIIIIN"

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 04/02/2020 at 07:40, AngryofTuebrook said:

I'm getting twitchy about this plan to retrospectively change the rules around release for prisoners serving sentences for "terror" offences. It looks like the Tories are deliberately, cynically and opportunistically setting up a battle in the courts and (more importantly, for their purposes) in the media, between "national security" (as represented by the Government, on the side of good old-fashioned common sense) and "political correctness" (as represented by those bleeding-heart liberals who are always on the side of the criminals and never the victims). The long game is to build support for their long-standing aim to repeal the Human Rights Act.

 

If they get away with that, we're all fucked. 

Yeah, seems likely.

 

That said, let them.  Can't pick a fight in an empty room.  

People need to know when to walk away from these twats.  

The crime figures will speak for them.  I mean, under these new plans, the Streatham lad would have served 2 more months or something.  And then killed some people. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×