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  1. Section_31


    "There's a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state. The other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people."
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    Haha the fucking balls on this twat!!!
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    Keir Starmer

    It's not though, because it perpetuates the 'labour civil war' 'labour in crisis' narrative that will lose it the next election. No other party does it, no other party did it until Corbyn emerged.
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    I don't think there's anything sinister around these controls from the government's perspective, I just suspect they're dealing with it in the only way they know how due to various flaws in our society. ( a) austerity has led to the vast depletion of expertise at NHS and council level ( b) privatisation means the only people you can turn to in times like this are incompetitent and shit. They can't run a testing regime any better than they can provide security at the Olympics or build a new Royal Liverpool Hospital. ( c) Because he doesn't want to be challenged, everyone around Johnson is an imbecile and a ruthless careerist. ( d) Decades of 'there's no such things as society' means people won't play ball unless you force them to. While the Japanese politely queued up quietly for water after the Fukishima disaster, we stood on each other's faces for bog roll. It's the perfect storm and the culmination of decades' of economic and social havoc wrought by the Tories.
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    Keir Starmer

    I do have an issue with it, I'd love to see John McDonnell's Britain realised, but Corbyn's Labour lost the election and now Starmer will be - and has been - pilloried repeatedly for not pursuing the policies of Corbyn's Labour, even though it lost and would lose again, and again and again. It's all very well for these people, and you know as well as me it won't be just one 'parody' account, it'll be all the usual suspects piling on today, proper champing at the bit. It's easy isn't it to call for this and that on Twitter or your own personal blog, not so easy to go out campaigning in the rain every weak getting your ear bent by ordinary folk about how much they hate Corbyn, only to be told by people who didn't even join Labour until 2015 what the working class really want, and that if they don't it's because they don't know what's good for them.
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    Keir Starmer

    See this is the problem, he'll get 10x the shit from the 'left' as he will from anyone else today, and most of it will be horseshit. Complete and utter eye aids.
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    Keir Starmer

    I think to an extent labour has to play the cards it's been dealt. The GF isn't representative of the country's political outlook, you only have to look over the election threads and see how many people are considering suicide to work that out. Labour has to appeal to the general public, many of whom are becoming less engaged with politics and broadly are unconcerned with world events that don't impact their increasingly desperate personal situations. That being said, I think there's a role for the factions of Labour and its outriders, the likes of momentum, because they've got a role to play in challenging the status quo. I just want them to aim their fire at the tories and the system, not the leader of the labour party.
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    Chelsea (A) 20/9/20 - Premier League

    Class. Chelsea will do okay due to sheer force of weight of their talented players (Werner will put his head down a lot and run, sheer odds mean this will lead to goals) but Lampard ain't got a tactical bone in his body, that was clear in the way they set up against us. It says more about the quality of the league that they and the mancs will probably finish top four, when they come up against us/city and decent European opposition though they'll get a slap.
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    Keir Starmer

    Talking about Tony Blair in a context other than he should be put on trial for war crimes will certainly set the cat among the pigeons.
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    There's a lot of lip service being paid to these measures in my experience, I've only been asked once to do the track and trace thing in Costa, if I remember I'll do it but it's a pretty small sign compared to when it all kicked off. I do also think (TK wouldn't like this) that masks have provided a false sense of security. You don't queue at shops now, at all. When this all kicked off it took about 20 minutes to get into Morrisons but the shop was much quieter. Since masks came in it's like a normal shopping day, but everyone has got masks on. Here's the thing though, masks don't protect you, they stop you gozzing 20 feet if you have a coughing fit, but that's about it. In terms of protecting you yourself from inhaling the virus it'd be like trying to fix the Chernobyl reactor with baco foil wrapped around your head. I don't think a lot of people realise that though (and I don't think shops care, they just want to get back to business).
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    This is the problem now, and it's not a criticism of anyone on here, just generally, in that our politics and societies are so divided that everything has to be framed in a way so as to attack the other side. If you state that you're concerned about the damage to the economy it becomes a case in some quarters of 'you don't care about old people dying'. The whole thing is a balancing act and we don't have one, it's series of lurches designed to evade responsibility and criticism in a world where criticism comes at the drop of a hat. There must, must be a grown up way we can live with this virus without the lunacy of having to lock everyone in their houses.
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    Any Irish invasion would be disrupted by the BBC dubbing over your commanders' instructions 80s Adams style.
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    Cancel Culture

    Spotlight is a good film, true story, and there's a bloke in it they interview who's devised an algorithm that can predict how many priests in a given area are going to be paedophiles. He says it's a 'distinct' psychological condition that's specific to catholic priests and possibly something to do with celibacy and secrecy (young priests who have legitimate (adult) girlfriends and share a priest house, but don't grass on each other when they nip out at night for a bit of how's your father).
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    Russell Brand

    He is working class isn't he? Only the British could see their arse over a tweet like that yet remain content to subsidise bum wipers and butlers for the Royal family, one of whom is almost certainly a paedophile, and vote for a party that's largely comprised of people who went to the same private school and university. It's almost like we're totally full of shit.
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    I genuinely think there's a touch of Cummings in there. They don't think the public can make grown up decisions so everything is sledgehammer in nature. They terrify you into staying in, then they bribe you to go out, then they terrify you into staying in. Simple messaging, distraction messaging, 'rule of six', 'moonshot', 'get Brexit done'. This is another symptom of the general contempt they have for the country and its people.