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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    Note, not one leftie or pinko on here condemns the neighbours actions. Not one. It’s all, excuses and whataboutary. Speaks volumes for their values.

    If Steptoe’s bird was a victim of a notorious rapist and was hounded out of her house by Right of centre folks I would condemn them, absolutely. Not that it would happen, because our side are more respectful than that. Equally, if Boris showed naked snaps of The radiant Carrie to his friends, I’d condemn that. It’s the modern left that base their morals and opinions down political lines, not the moderate decent English people that voted Brexit.


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    Remind me Duckie, did you speak out against Carl Benjamin’s “wouldn’t even rape” comment? I am guessing not after your “9 pinter” comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgerx16 View Post
    A direct parallel with many Tory voters, I suspect.
    I doubt many Tories would support their party if it was populated by anti-Semitic Marxists that hound young ladies and their boyfriends, in the name of a class war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guided Missile View Post
    Where's Tim "Nice But" Dim and his impenetrable head....?
    True to form GM. even the quotes you post dont support you. "Kirstie Lamont, chairwoman of the friends’ group for the park opposite".

    https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/23/class...-row-10033834/
    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/11...war-anarchists
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ndon-flat.html
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/935695...me-protesters/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guided Missile View Post
    I doubt many Tories would support their party if it was populated by anti-Semitic Marxists that hound young ladies and their boyfriends, in the name of a class war.
    I doubt many Labour supporters approve of such behaviour either.
    Equating Class War with the Labour party is analagous to linking Britain First with the Tories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guided Missile View Post
    I doubt many Tories would support their party if it was populated by anti-Semitic Marxists that hound young ladies and their boyfriends, in the name of a class war.
    I'm not even that sure that many the people you are talking to will be voting Labour at the next election if Corbyn is in charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buctootim View Post
    Read your own quotes, Dim. This from the Daily Mail one:

    Local Kirstie Lamont, stood outside Miss Symonds's flat yesterday holding up the posters that have been plastered around Camberwell Green. One was even placed on Johnson's car, next to two parking tickets.The posters, emblazoned with stars from the EU flag and a picture of Johnson's face, read: 'We'd rather endure him as our neighbour than our Prime Minister'. Speaking yesterday Ms Lamont said: 'Labour could all be dead and we'd still vote for them.' When asked whether she thought the posters would make Ms Symonds feel uncomfortable living in her flat Ms Lamont said: 'Well, move. Kensington and Chelsea is much more their kind of place.'
    What a charming Marxist class warrior, from that well known working class district, Camberwell Green (average house price, £634,234)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aintforever View Post

    You don’t often seem so concerned about chicks having their feelings hurt, sure you’re not more concerned about the Brexit poster boy seemingly doing all he can to lose the leadership contest?
    That's one thing I don't believe Lord D would be concerned about at all. Whatever boris contrives to do in order to avoid winning the leadership, it won't be enough. He'll walk in whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    It shows how low lefties really are. A brave victim of John Warboys ( she waived her right of anonymity to help revoke his parole) hounded out of her house, purely because she fell in love with a senior Brexiter. The fact people are taking the Mick as well as defending it, tells you all you need to know about their warped morals.


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    You'll be writing a romantic film script for this dramatic tale next. Will you be directing this next Hollywood blockbuster too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    You'll be writing a romantic film script for this dramatic tale next. Will you be directing this next Hollywood blockbuster too?
    Or maybe a gritty art house film in the style of Lars Von Trier giving LD a blank canvas on which to indulge his rape fantasies.

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    The Boris Johnson posters were excellent, I'm sure we'll all agree:



    They were designed by another local class warrior, Jordana Leighton. Her Linkedin profile is a hoot :
    I am creative, intuitive, quick witted, methodically organised, and I specialise in working with a diverse range of individuals across multiple projects within the creative industries.
    As a freelancer, my work is as varied as it is enjoyable...

    I am a creative consultant with over 17 years creative experience in the Licensing and Consumer products industry: bringing to life brands to life across fine art, film, TV, children's TV and publishing.
    I am a founder of and current director of Peckham Festival: an event reaching and reflecting all demographics of Peckham with the single aim to celebrate and promote Peckham as a hub of cultural importance. (@peckhamfestival | www.peckhamfestival.org)

    I am the co-creator and producer of ORGANOKE - Karaoke vs the Mighty Organ: A collaboration with Organist Ashely Valentine performance artist Christopher Green, and photographer Tom Leighton.
    (@organoke | www.organoke.com)

    Outside of work...
    * I co-created and perform with a contemporary acappella choir (@thepopupchoir | thepopupchoir.com)
    * I collaborate with my photographer-husband (@photosbytomtom | www.photosbytomtom.com) on various projects
    * At the weekend, we pop off for adventures in our VW campervan.

    My career highlight...
    Afternoon tea with Sir David Attenborough's at his house whilst working on BBC Earth.
    You just have to read the above to realise how totally out of touch the London liberal elite are. In Labour heartlands their "career highlight" is keeping their jobs in the face of uncontrolled Blairite immigration and few people in Sunderland "pop off for adventures in their VW campervan". No wonder the Brexit party is hoovering up votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guided Missile View Post
    The Boris Johnson posters were excellent, I'm sure we'll all agree:



    They were designed by another local class warrior, Jordana Leighton. Her Linkedin profile is a hoot :

    You just have to read the above to realise how totally out of touch the London liberal elite are. In Labour heartlands their "career highlight" is keeping their jobs in the face of uncontrolled Blairite immigration and few people in Sunderland "pop off for adventures in their VW campervan". No wonder the Brexit party is hoovering up votes.
    Sunderland you say?
    https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...haron-hodgson/
    "Before Christmas Nissan said a no-deal Brexit would have ‘serious implications’ for its operations in the region and similar stark warnings have just been issued by Toyota and BMW."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    Sunderland you say?
    https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...haron-hodgson/
    "Before Christmas Nissan said a no-deal Brexit would have ‘serious implications’ for its operations in the region and similar stark warnings have just been issued by Toyota and BMW."

    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/...4.2017.1287350

    This paper reveals that in the 2016 UK referendum regarding whether to remain in or leave the European Union, the regions that voted strongly for leave tended also to be those same regions with greatest levels of dependency on European Union markets for their local economic development. This observation flies in the face of pro-leave narratives that posited that the major beneficiaries of European Union membership were the ‘metropolitan elites’ of London. Economic geography dominated the observed voting patterns, and geography will also certainly dominate the post-Brexit economic impacts, but not necessarily in a way that voters anticipated or wished for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aintforever View Post
    Unless you were there it’s impossible to say wether the neighbours were justified in calling he plod or not, you would think she must have been screaming quite loud though to be heard next door, let alone recorded. Anyone harassing the girl is obviously an idiot, that we can all agree on.

    You don’t often seem so concerned about chicks having their feelings hurt, sure you’re not more concerned about the Brexit poster boy seemingly doing all he can to lose the leadership contest?
    I’ve absolutely no problem with a neighbour calling the police if they were concerned a crime was being committed. I haven’t even got a problem with anyone recording this altercation in case the police needed it. However once told there wasn’t any crime, once told that the bird was ok , going to the gutter press is despicable. I’m just glad I don’t live next to snide horrible people like that. But that’s liberal leftie London for you, not a proper community, just a bunch of moralistic pious twts.

    It’s telling that you decide that a bird not feeling safe in her own home equates to having her “feelings hurt”. Personally, I’d call it more than that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sadoldgit View Post
    Remind me Duckie, did you speak out against Carl Benjamin’s “wouldn’t even rape” comment.
    Did you?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    I’ve absolutely no problem with a neighbour calling the police if they were concerned a crime was being committed. I haven’t even got a problem with anyone recording this altercation in case the police needed it. However once told there wasn’t any crime, once told that the bird was ok , going to the gutter press is despicable. I’m just glad I don’t live next to snide horrible people like that. But that’s liberal leftie London for you, not a proper community, just a bunch of moralistic pious twts.

    It’s telling that you decide that a bird not feeling safe in her own home equates to having her “feelings hurt”. Personally, I’d call it more than that.


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    That’s not liberal leftie London, it is just London.

    “Once clear that no one was harmed, I contacted the Guardian, as I felt it was of important public interest. I believe it is reasonable for someone who is likely to become our next prime minister to be held accountable for all of their words, actions and behaviours.”

    He’s got a point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    I’ve absolutely no problem with a neighbour calling the police if they were concerned a crime was being committed. I haven’t even got a problem with anyone recording this altercation in case the police needed it. However once told there wasn’t any crime, once told that the bird was ok , going to the gutter press is despicable. I’m just glad I don’t live next to snide horrible people like that. But that’s liberal leftie London for you, not a proper community, just a bunch of moralistic pious twts.

    It’s telling that you decide that a bird not feeling safe in her own home equates to having her “feelings hurt”. Personally, I’d call it more than that.


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    You can rightly claim that in choosing to call the Guardian they had their own political agenda. But your cries that only lefties have sufficiently low morals to do such a thing are negated by the publication of that picture of Boris and Carrie together at the weekend which was quite obviously also a political PR stunt.

    If going to the press with a story about the possibility of the incoming PM being involved in a domestic violence incident is an invasion of their privacy, then how would you describe the publication of a photo of them holding hands on apparently private property?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
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    Not really. I don't like bullies whether they are on the left or the right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaf Saint View Post
    You can rightly claim that in choosing to call the Guardian they had their own political agenda. But your cries that only lefties have sufficiently low morals to do such a thing are negated by the publication of that picture of Boris and Carrie together at the weekend which was quite obviously also a political PR stunt.

    If going to the press with a story about the possibility of the incoming PM being involved in a domestic violence incident is an invasion of their privacy, then how would you describe the publication of a photo of them holding hands on apparently private property?
    Honestly what would you do if somebody high profile moved in next door. Have a pint and a debate with them or organise a vindictive campaign against them even though they are a young woman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergei Gotsmanov View Post
    Honestly what would you do if somebody high profile moved in next door. Have a pint and a debate with them or organise a vindictive campaign against them even though they are a young woman?
    And a young women who was the victim of an infamous rapist. Have these people no shame or values.


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    Interesting interview on BBC last night.

    He describes himself as "at heart, a centre-right, progressive modern conservative". Plus he lives surrounded by media and actor-y luvvies in Camberwell.

    In other words sopping, sopping wet.

    Dripping wet, and our Lord D fawning all over him.

    Basically Kenneth Baker with more messy hair. Geoffrey Howe with better jokes. A slightly more masculine Virginia Bottomley.

    Sopping sopping wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB Fry View Post
    Interesting interview on BBC last night.

    He describes himself as "at heart, a centre-right, progressive modern conservative". Plus he lives surrounded by media and actor-y luvvies in Camberwell.

    In other words sopping, sopping wet.

    Dripping wet, and our Lord D fawning all over him.

    Basically Kenneth Baker with more messy hair. Geoffrey Howe with better jokes. A slightly more masculine Virginia Bottomley.

    Sopping sopping wet.
    Ken Clarke without the public service or sense of duty.

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    I'll just enjoy the schadenfreude of all you leftie tossers on here trying to console yourselves by poking fun at Boris, when there is absolutely nothing at all that you can do to prevent him becoming leader of the Conservative Party and PM, unless you have a vote as a party member. Boris is totally oblivious to your opinions on a football forum, so apart from the personal satisfaction you might derive from your verbal w*nks, you are all p*ssing in the wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Tender View Post
    I'll just enjoy the schadenfreude of all you leftie tossers on here trying to console yourselves by poking fun at Boris, when there is absolutely nothing at all that you can do to prevent him becoming leader of the Conservative Party and PM, unless you have a vote as a party member. Boris is totally oblivious to your opinions on a football forum, so apart from the personal satisfaction you might derive from your verbal w*nks, you are all p*ssing in the wind.
    Conned over Brexit, conned over voting for a pinky Tory, conned over leaving on October 31st. That's the funny part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    Did you?


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    But we are not talking about me. We are talking about your assertion that you would speak out against poor behaviour by people of the same political persuasion as yourself when clearly that is not true as there was not a peep from you about Benjamin's deeply unpleasant comments. Seems that hypocrisy is not just the domain of the “lefties.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Tender View Post
    I'll just enjoy the schadenfreude of all you leftie tossers on here trying to console yourselves by poking fun at Boris, when there is absolutely nothing at all that you can do to prevent him becoming leader of the Conservative Party and PM, unless you have a vote as a party member. Boris is totally oblivious to your opinions on a football forum, so apart from the personal satisfaction you might derive from your verbal w*nks, you are all p*ssing in the wind.
    Why would anybody want to prevent him becoming Tory leader. The country is currently a joke, we might as well have a buffoon at the helm. As for schadenfreude, let's wait to see how bad Brexit turns out to be, ( if it ever happens ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaf Saint View Post
    You can rightly claim that in choosing to call the Guardian they had their own political agenda. But your cries that only lefties have sufficiently low morals to do such a thing are negated by the publication of that picture of Boris and Carrie together at the weekend which was quite obviously also a political PR stunt.

    If going to the press with a story about the possibility of the incoming PM being involved in a domestic violence incident is an invasion of their privacy, then how would you describe the publication of a photo of them holding hands on apparently private property?
    Supposedly the photo was arranged/taken/distributed by one of Carrie’s political acquaintances. We do have some gullible old duffers on this place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Supposedly the photo was arranged/taken/distributed by one of Carrie’s political acquaintances. We do have some gullible old duffers on this place.
    Just look at how he squirms when asked about it...

    https://twitter.com/JimMFelton/statu...53481002524674

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    Exceptional.

    Everybody is desperate to get Boris on for interviews, then they ask him 26 times about a photo.

    No wonder he stays away and sticks to the hustings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolan View Post
    Exceptional.

    Everybody is desperate to get Boris on for interviews, then they ask him 26 times about a photo.

    No wonder he stays away and sticks to the hustings.
    Are you a Conservative party member?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Are you a Conservative party member?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolan View Post
    Yes.
    Good boy. I’m counting on your vote for Johnson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Good boy. I’m counting on your vote for Johnson.
    Good. There's no point voting for more can kicking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadoldgit View Post
    But we are not talking about me. We are talking about your assertion that you would speak out against poor behaviour by people of the same political persuasion as yourself when clearly that is not true as there was not a peep from you about Benjamin's deeply unpleasant comments. Seems that hypocrisy is not just the domain of the “lefties.”
    There wasn’t a thread or post about it that I saw.

    Had there been I’d have given my opinion. What do you want me to do, post condemnation of bad behaviour on random unconnected threads.

    Like you, I didn’t comment or start a thread on it. Does that mean we both approve of what was said?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CB Fry View Post
    Interesting interview on BBC last night.

    He describes himself as "at heart, a centre-right, progressive modern conservative". Plus he lives surrounded by media and actor-y luvvies in Camberwell.

    In other words sopping, sopping wet.

    Dripping wet, and our Lord D fawning all over him.


    Sopping sopping wet.
    Do try and keep up, I made this point last year.



    I even made it on this thread.



    Fawning, yeah right!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    Fawning, yeah right!!!!!
    That was then. Your tone towards him has very much changed recently.

    So what's changed then Ducky? How is it that in less than a year you have gone from vigorously disliking him because he's not extreme enough for you, to being convinced he is the right man to lead the Tory party?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaf Saint View Post
    That was then. Your tone towards him has very much changed recently.

    So what's changed then Ducky? How is it that in less than a year you have gone from vigorously disliking him because he's not extreme enough for you, to being convinced he is the right man to lead the Tory party?
    Because Brexit is a matter of faith to him and Johnson is the best bet to deliver it. LD has no moral or political conviction or principles beyond that.

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    Boris has vowed to treat the country as he treats his women:

    Woo them, f*ck them, and leave them.

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    Utterly incoherent. Sounds like Rowley Birkin from the Fast Show FFS.

    My cat, who chases his own tail and dribbles all over the place, would make a better PM than this chump.

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    This is the guy you nutters want to impose on us as PM, because despite all the evidence pointing to the fact that he is utterly unfit to hold down any kind of job, let alone a high office, you think he is best placed to deliver your Brexit fantasies.

    Just how do you think he would fare in any trade negotiations with Trump and his administration? They would run rings around him FFS.

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    Max Hastings (who's not exactly a leftie pinko) isn't too keen:

    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...-party-britain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaf Saint View Post
    This is the guy you nutters want to impose on us as PM, because despite all the evidence pointing to the fact that he is utterly unfit to hold down any kind of job, let alone a high office, you think he is best placed to deliver your Brexit fantasies.

    Just how do you think he would fare in any trade negotiations with Trump and his administration? They would run rings around him FFS.
    It doesn't matter the sort of mess we are left in after Brexit, leaving the EU is the only thing that matters. Getting shafted in trade negotiations, and dissolving the Union is a price worth paying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaf Saint View Post


    Utterly incoherent. Sounds like Rowley Birkin from the Fast Show FFS.

    My cat, who chases his own tail and dribbles all over the place, would make a better PM than this chump.


    He’s either a genius or a mentalist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadoldgit View Post
    But we are not talking about me. We are talking about your assertion that you would speak out against poor behaviour by people of the same political persuasion as yourself when clearly that is not true as there was not a peep from you about Benjamin's deeply unpleasant comments. Seems that hypocrisy is not just the domain of the “lefties.”
    I wouldn't even rape Jess Philips either. Even if you were begging me to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaf Saint View Post
    That was then. Your tone towards him has very much changed recently.

    So what's changed then Ducky? How is it that in less than a year you have gone from vigorously disliking him because he's not extreme enough for you, to being convinced he is the right man to lead the Tory party?
    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

    The second quote was in this thread, so hardly “changed recently”.

    Because of Cameron’s ridiculous pinko “modernisation “the party is shorn of talent at the top. If you’re a sweaty wanting independence, you vote for Krankie regardless of her domestic policies. Some things, like sovereignty, are more important than anything else. I will vote for the leader who believes in Brexit and sees the possibilities. If they can also wind up Remoaners and lefties alike, that’s an added bonus.

    The Blue Wave will chew him up and spit him out once his Brexit job is done. Long term you’ll see deselections and a sound Tory being given the top job. As Momentum have shown, in the world of FPTP, you have to use the established parties as the vehicle for change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    As Momentum have shown, in the world of FPTP, you have to use the established parties as the vehicle for change.
    All Momentum have done is make Labour unelectable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

    The second quote was in this thread, so hardly “changed recently”.

    Because of Cameron’s ridiculous pinko “modernisation “the party is shorn of talent at the top. If you’re a sweaty wanting independence, you vote for Krankie regardless of her domestic policies. Some things, like sovereignty, are more important than anything else. I will vote for the leader who believes in Brexit and sees the possibilities. If they can also wind up Remoaners and lefties alike, that’s an added bonus.

    The Blue Wave will chew him up and spit him out once his Brexit job is done. Long term you’ll see deselections and a sound Tory being given the top job. As Momentum have shown, in the world of FPTP, you have to use the established parties as the vehicle for change.
    Does anybody else agree with me that Lord Duckhunter is not a real person but a modern day Alf Garnett the figment of a scriptwriter's imagination as to a modern day bigot?

    "Pinkoes , Sweaties, Bints, Krankies , Steptoe Remoaners" the language he uses is not that of a serious individual. I reckon he is Ben Elton sending up the alt right. ����

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

    The second quote was in this thread, so hardly “changed recently”.

    Because of Cameron’s ridiculous pinko “modernisation “the party is shorn of talent at the top. If you’re a sweaty wanting independence, you vote for Krankie regardless of her domestic policies. Some things, like sovereignty, are more important than anything else. I will vote for the leader who believes in Brexit and sees the possibilities. If they can also wind up Remoaners and lefties alike, that’s an added bonus.

    The Blue Wave will chew him up and spit him out once his Brexit job is done. Long term you’ll see deselections and a sound Tory being given the top job. As Momentum have shown, in the world of FPTP, you have to use the established parties as the vehicle for change.
    Does anybody else agree with me that Lord Duckhunter is not a real person but a modern day Alf Garnett the figment of a scriptwriter's imagination as to a modern day bigot?

    "Pinkoes , Sweaties, Bints, Krankies , Steptoe Remoaners" the language he uses is not that of a serious individual. I reckon he is Ben Elton sending up the alt right. 😁😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypochondriac View Post
    I wouldn't even rape Jess Philips either. Even if you were begging me to.
    Your wife and her family must be so proud of you.

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    It beggars belief that we have to wait a month in between narrowing the contenders to two and the final result being announced.

    It's a small group of voters who need to cast their votes and most of them are senile or mentalists. They don't need a month.

    Should be over in a week.

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