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"The answer, Snyder suggested, is that you fuel fear, anger, resentment, hate; but you make people feel better by making sure they know others are far worse off; and you create blame and division between the various groupings. “Sado-populists do not ask ‘how do we make people better off?’ But ‘how do we revive enmities?’ Discrimination and racism – they are reviving them by trying to teach white people they are doing better – or they are better – than blacks, Hispanics, Muslims.” 

 

 

 

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/westminster-news/boris-johnson-and-sado-populism-8136296

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

"The answer, Snyder suggested, is that you fuel fear, anger, resentment, hate; but you make people feel better by making sure they know others are far worse off; and you create blame and division between the various groupings. “Sado-populists do not ask ‘how do we make people better off?’ But ‘how do we revive enmities?’ Discrimination and racism – they are reviving them by trying to teach white people they are doing better – or they are better – than blacks, Hispanics, Muslims.” 

 

 

 

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/westminster-news/boris-johnson-and-sado-populism-8136296

 

 

 

While some of its interesting there's nothing new under the sun as the saying goes, even with as bleak a picture as it paints.

 

The techniques are the same divide and rule that's been front and centre to most political strategy, just the voice and positioning change. From Plato and his Philosopher kings knowing what was best for all, Cicero's misconceived balance of power and Machiavelli make them love what they fear nonsense, through the Nietzschean will to power individualism typified by current flavour of the month fucknut and all-round walking contradiction Rand.  

 

These bellends now have the technology and the lack of scruples to fully envelop the populous in this ever increasing horror show. 

 

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You would think if a prime minister was on record saying he would happily let a virus rip through the over 80s ,there would be some sort of blowback?

I'm sure the vast majority of this country are in some sort of trance.

The callous thick cunt.

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35 minutes ago, Arniepie said:

You would think if a prime minister was on record saying he would happily let a virus rip through the over 80s ,there would be some sort of blowback?

I'm sure the vast majority of this country are in some sort of trance.

The callous thick cunt.

It's not dissimilar to many ghouls opinions on this virus last year. Truly evil mindset. 

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1 hour ago, Arniepie said:

You would think if a prime minister was on record saying he would happily let a virus rip through the over 80s ,there would be some sort of blowback?

I'm sure the vast majority of this country are in some sort of trance.

The callous thick cunt.

Doesn't seem to be any accountability for anything in politics these days. The list of misdemeanours, scandals, fraud, lies and foul play against its citizens by this government is becoming endless. The country has sleepwalked to a collective state of apathy. 

 

The poll i posted up the page shows the greens on a miserly six percent, the Met Office this week issued its first ever "extreme heat warning" and we've just witnessed the terrible floods in Germany (where the green party is doing well). Pockets of the country like east Bristol and Wales are really trying to put the environment at the top of the agenda (Thunberg praised Mark Drakefords commitment to cease all road building in Wales) but it seems a lot of the country simply aren't that fazed.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57893385.amp

 

 

 

https://www.itv.com/news/wales/2021-06-23/climate-change-campaigner-greta-thunberg-backs-welsh-government-plans-to-freeze-new-road-building-projects

 

Maybe if we had a system of proportional representation more people would be galvanised to take an intrest in politics and more people would vote? I honestly don't know.

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Said it before but it's like something out of the twilight zone.

If he announced he will start rounding up people and putting them in camps,I absolutely guarantee a chunk of the population wouldnt object.

How the fuck did we get here?

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5 minutes ago, Arniepie said:

Said it before but it's like something out of the twilight zone.

If he announced he will start rounding up people and putting them in camps,I absolutely guarantee a chunk of the population wouldnt object.

How the fuck did we get here?

 

Patel is effectively announcing that with making migration without prior consent illegal and they are lapping it up, with some saying it's not going far enough.

 

The horse has bolted on that one.

 

What a sad, pathetic island they have created.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Arniepie said:

You would think if a prime minister was on record saying he would happily let a virus rip through the over 80s ,there would be some sort of blowback?

I'm sure the vast majority of this country are in some sort of trance.

The callous thick cunt.

 

 

To be fair they're only fulfilling their election promises

 

Conservatives tweet that says “there will be two million more people over 75 years in the next 10 years, we have a plan to deal with that challenge”

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

This Cummings interview not one bit of it will lay a glove on Johnson. 

He's complicit in bringing this cretin to power, his reputation for never taking responsibility and being wise after the facts are well known. He's not exactly disguised his resentment or desire for revenge. Beyond that he's yesterday's news and is little more than an angry blogger.

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Just now, clangers said:

He's complicit in bringing this cretin to power, his reputation for never taking responsibility and being wise after the facts are well known. He's not exactly disguised his resentment or desire for revenge. Beyond that he's yesterday's news and is little more than an angry blogger.

And yet an even bigger cabal of cunts sit on the front bench. You'd hope they would all sink each other but they really have made tribal politics stronger and worse than ever.

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2 minutes ago, Daisy said:

Laura Cuntberg did a good job of making people feel angry at treacherous Dom instead of stupid Boris

I was thinking the exact same thing. I've never seen her attack a tory mp opposite her like that. I've no sympathy for Cummings he's a twat but the Teflon nature of Johnson and these tories is terrifying.

 

I was also thinking she has nice calves. 

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13 minutes ago, clangers said:

He's complicit in bringing this cretin to power, his reputation for never taking responsibility and being wise after the facts are well known. He's not exactly disguised his resentment or desire for revenge. Beyond that he's yesterday's news and is little more than an angry blogger.

No, he's sincere and it suits some of you to think otherwise, for whatever reason.  What's HE got to gain by doing this?  He's painted a bullseye on his back, why? 

You sound like a Tory columnist.  

 

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10 minutes ago, Daisy said:

Laura Cuntberg did a good job of making people feel angry at treacherous Dom instead of stupid Boris

That's because Cummings never turned around and said "and what role did you, the BBC, have in bringing me or Vote Leave or Johnson to this point?". 

 

She completely over-egged this "brave reporter" schtick, we all know her and who she holds dear and her intent was clear as day.  

 

She sounded like she didn't believe a word he said.  Funny booking then isn't it. Funny prime time BBC 2 slot then isn't it. The context of who he is and what he did and the show he was on spoke loudly.  Or are the BBC in the habit of inviting people they suspect of lying onto prime time political broadcasts? 

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Just now, torahboy said:

Cummings' new 'way of doing politics' will interest the two GB News viewers. Johnson, no matter how the media attempt to present this, has been exposed a complete fucking rube: incapable of handling the job he has sought for years, he hands the most important unelected position in British politics to a man with a Lex Luthor complex.

 

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7 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

No, he's sincere and it suits some of you to think otherwise, for whatever reason.  What's HE got to gain by doing this?  He's painted a bullseye on his back, why? 

You sound like a Tory columnist.  

 

Revenge and spite, simple as, he's been cockblocked and outmaneuvered by a wag and now he's sore about it. Cummings thinks he's a genius and everyone else is a tit, he wanted to build his data unit or Bond villain artificial intelligence shit and now he can't so whatsapps is all he's got. He's a vile, spiteful little turd that looks like a fucked up Cluedo character.

 

 

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Cummings is angling to position Gove as Johnson’s successor. If Gove ascends to the throne Cummings will be back in the fold.

 

However, I agree with Bumcunt that he’s not lying about Johnson. His motives just aren’t pure.

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Sadly I think the message is diluted when the motives of the messenger are so obviously disingenuous. It's like when John Bolton and all those other turds turned on Trump when they had books to sell.

 

Also, remember, like Trump, part of what makes Johnson's base like him is because they know he's a cunt, so most of this is not surprising or shocking to them. They're accomplices.

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2 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Sadly I think the message is diluted when the motives of the messenger are so obviously disingenuous. It's like when John Bolton and all those other turds turned on Trump when they had books to sell.

 

Also, remember, like Trump, part of what makes Johnson's base like him is because they know he's a cunt, so most of this is not surprising or shocking to them. They're accomplices.

 

 Thread which links them all...

 

https://bylinetimes.com/2019/10/23/firtash-how-the-trump-impeachment-scandal-leads-back-to-british-brexiters/

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Whilst clearly his motives arent pure, that doesnt mean what he has said untrue or irrelevant.

Its amazing how quickly this narrative has turned..'you were all saying he was a liar last year.

Yeah and you cunts were bending over backwards to defend him.

He just seems fireproof..having affairs and paying them public money,callous statements, billions in ppe going missing.thousands dead  .and the great british public just say..yeah but corbyn once get his picture took with an iffy cartoon.

It is baffling and depressing in equal measure.

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