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There was a young girl on radio 2 earlier describing her first Xmas day without her dad , very upsetting to listen to , but she got stuck in to Johnson better than any member of the so called  opposition. 

Give the girl a seat 

 

 

 

 

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Just now, elvis said:

Tory slag blubbing as she delivers her resignation . 

They should stone the cow

 

No, they should make her do it in front of a group of relatives who lost people and couldn't be with them as they died.

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The parties thing is just a very small example of a much bigger problem. For thousands of years we've been governed by a class of people who use king and country, god, duty and the moral law to make us put up with unspeakable hardships, be they war, lack of life chances or even the basics these days like food, while underneath they do and say whatever they have to do to get ahead. 

 

There's two races being run, an illusionary one which we all partake in - where, sort of like being in the Matrix, you're hoodwinked from birth into thinking that there's such a thing as right and wrong, a good and a bad way of doing things, where crime doesn't pay but hard work does, where all's well that ends well and where humanity if fundamentally good. It's reinforced in school, in soap operas, in police press releases.

 

Yet all the while, there's a second race going on with these cunts. The backroom deals, the internships for mates' kids, the dodgy contracts, the jobs for the boys, the international boardroom gangsterism, the industrialised sex pestery, and where absolutely everything of any worth is already sewn up before we even get out of the traps.

 

The  Tories are the first line of defence for this system, the press are the second line of defence and the Labour party are the third.  

 

Johnson and the whole system he represents are literally bred like this in the halls of Eaton and Harrow, it's a cunt hatchery being sat on by a big Queen Alien of cuntery. We need Ripley with a flamethrower, ordinary politics is no longer the answer - and probably never has been.

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Is it possible they are distracting us from something else. It all seems so coordinated and staged. They just happen to have all this footage. What are they doing in the background? Any bills been passed today?

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5 minutes ago, Spy Bee said:

Is it possible they are distracting us from something else. It all seems so coordinated and staged. They just happen to have all this footage. What are they doing in the background? Any bills been passed today?

 

I reckon it's Cummings, he seems the type to have had cameras/bugs and stuff littered around. Hancock was on GMB this morning and wouldn't comment when asked where the camera came from  that caught him smooching. 

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You have to sort of hand it to that rat Johnson...Has a leader ever managed to dodge so many bullets and have so many fall guys....there is a pile of bodies who have all had to lose jobs/resign under his leadership - but he remains bullet proof.

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2 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

 

I reckon it's Cummings, he seems the type to have had cameras/bugs and stuff littered around. Hancock was on GMB this morning and wouldn't comment when asked where the camera came from  that caught him smooching. 

Yeah I bet this bag was full of spy equipment, that run just screams dodgy 

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/dec/08/boris-johnson-grabbing-more-power-amendments-to-oppressive-legislation-uk

 

 

As we turn away, Boris Johnson is grabbing more power. Where is the opposition?

The government is adding terrifying amendments to the policing bill, putting the UK on a path to dictatorship

Whenever you watch a documentary about a dictator’s path to power, there comes a moment when you think: “Why didn’t people do something? They could have stopped him while there was still time.” We have now reached this moment. As Boris Johnson rams yet more powers into the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill, a vaguely democratic nation is sliding towards autocracy.

It was bad enough when I wrote about this legislation last week. After the bill had mostly passed through parliament and could be properly debated, the government slipped in a series of terrifying amendments. By curtailing the right to protest, it already amounted to the most oppressive legislation tabled by a government of this country since the end of the second world war.

 

But now, it’s even worse. In a private letter to members of the House of Lords, the government says it intends “to introduce a new offence of interfering with the operation of key infrastructure, such as the strategic road network, railways, sea ports, airports, oil refineries and printing presses, carrying a maximum penalty of 12 months’ imprisonment, an unlimited fine, or both”.

 

 

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Just now, Bjornebye said:

Yeah I bet this bag was full of spy equipment, that run just screams dodgy 

 

dominic-cumming.gif

 

 

 

Shittest episode of Mission Impossible ever.

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1 minute ago, Spy Bee said:

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/dec/08/boris-johnson-grabbing-more-power-amendments-to-oppressive-legislation-uk

 

 

As we turn away, Boris Johnson is grabbing more power. Where is the opposition?

The government is adding terrifying amendments to the policing bill, putting the UK on a path to dictatorship

Whenever you watch a documentary about a dictator’s path to power, there comes a moment when you think: “Why didn’t people do something? They could have stopped him while there was still time.” We have now reached this moment. As Boris Johnson rams yet more powers into the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill, a vaguely democratic nation is sliding towards autocracy.

It was bad enough when I wrote about this legislation last week. After the bill had mostly passed through parliament and could be properly debated, the government slipped in a series of terrifying amendments. By curtailing the right to protest, it already amounted to the most oppressive legislation tabled by a government of this country since the end of the second world war.

 

But now, it’s even worse. In a private letter to members of the House of Lords, the government says it intends “to introduce a new offence of interfering with the operation of key infrastructure, such as the strategic road network, railways, sea ports, airports, oil refineries and printing presses, carrying a maximum penalty of 12 months’ imprisonment, an unlimited fine, or both”.

 

 

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I'm not remotely concerned about the likes of Cressida Dick and the MET being able to enforce any kind of police state, nor any military which has no planes on its aircraft carriers. Johnson is definitely misreading the room here, not for the first time. 

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3 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

....nor any military which has no planes on its aircraft carriers. 

That's untrue. We have some F35's. Ok, one of them happens to be underwater at the moment, but....

 

EDIT: We've recovered it. Hurrah.

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1 minute ago, Anubis said:

That's untrue. We have some F35's. Ok, one of them happens to be underwater at the moment, but....

 

EDIT: We've recovered it. Hurrah.

That's what we call a Roy Hodgson military moment. 

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53 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

The parties thing is just a very small example of a much bigger problem. For thousands of years we've been governed by a class of people who use king and country, god, duty and the moral law to make us put up with unspeakable hardships, be they war, lack of life chances or even the basics these days like food, while underneath they do and say whatever they have to do to get ahead. 

 

There's two races being run, an illusionary one which we all partake in - where, sort of like being in the Matrix, you're hoodwinked from birth into thinking that there's such a thing as right and wrong, a good and a bad way of doing things, where crime doesn't pay but hard work does, where all's well that ends well and where humanity if fundamentally good. It's reinforced in school, in soap operas, in police press releases.

 

Yet all the while, there's a second race going on with these cunts. The backroom deals, the internships for mates' kids, the dodgy contracts, the jobs for the boys, the international boardroom gangsterism, the industrialised sex pestery, and where absolutely everything of any worth is already sewn up before we even get out of the traps.

 

The  Tories are the first line of defence for this system, the press are the second line of defence and the Labour party are the third.  

 

Johnson and the whole system he represents are literally bred like this in the halls of Eaton and Harrow, it's a cunt hatchery being sat on by a big Queen Alien of cuntery. We need Ripley with a flamethrower, ordinary politics is no longer the answer - and probably never has been.

I think another aspect is the much derided class factor.

People think these cunts are born to rule.

Boris Johnson is the most glaring example of this.

If he went to a normal school and university, would he be anywhere near the front bench,never mind the pm?

Yet he was voted in on an 80 seat majority

In Many ways we are still a nation of serfs.

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Just now, Arniepie said:

I think another aspect is the much derided class factor.

People think these cunts are born to rule.

Boris Johnson is the most glaring example of this.

If he went to a normal school and university, would he be anywhere near the front bench,never mind the pm?

Yet he was voted in on an 80 seat majority

In Many ways we are still a nation of serfs.

Definitely. 

 

There's a reason slavery never came to the UK. We didn't need any. 

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1 hour ago, Anubis said:

 

No, they should make her do it in front of a group of relatives who lost people and couldn't be with them as they died.

And then can they stone her?

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If Johnson goes then Cummings will be back in if Gove or Sunak take over, its what he's angling for. The whole operation has fallen apart for the fuckwits since he left and Carrie and her dim mates like Allegra pulled the strings.

 

 Cummings knew Brexit would empower and impove the pay of a lot of the low paid in red wall seats and flush the false socialists out of the Labour Party (anyone remember Change Uk). He also didn't give a fuck if it split the Tory party in half.  

 

Him, Gove and Sunak are the only ones there with a brain and all three are wild dangerous cunts, the rest of the Tory Party couldn't find it in themselves to piss straight.

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6 minutes ago, Tj hooker said:

I'm having a Facebook row with a mates Mother and father in law , Apparently Laurak is one off Al's biggest critics fucking hell 

Mate there are tories who genuinely think the BBC is a left wing propaganda machine. Terrifying! 

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Mate there are tories who genuinely think the BBC is a left wing propaganda machine. Terrifying! 

Unfucking believable I'm this close to calling him a Tory cunt 

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1 minute ago, Tj hooker said:

Unfucking believable I'm this close to calling him a Tory cunt 

Hahaha *rushes over to TJ Hookers facebook ..... *

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