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I very much doubt Boris will still be PM by the time the next General Election occurs because Murdoch's minions will be demanding their scapegoated pound of flesh, and if you want to spoil a ballot paper then I'd suggest drawing a big penis on it.(with a big anarchy sign scrawled on the bobby helmet)

As Rawkus suggests though, spending the time used otherwise down the pub might make for a more productive time however. I doubt I will be even rolling out of bed on the next Election Day, let alone take the effort of going to a Polling Booth.

To be honest, as unthinkable as it might otherwise be, I'm tempted to vote Tory if they can promise another 5 months furlough into their manifesto for next term because this COVID19 cock up of theirs has possibly induced the undesired side effect of giving me the most relaxing time I think I've had since the 3-day week.

I don't think even Jeremy Corbyn could have proposed anything quite as good.

Why would I want Starmer and his sour faced lemons ruining that with fucking workfare, sanctions and illegal wars etc like that cunt Blair? That fucking bobble headed prick was pressuring to drag us out of lockdown early - the guy's a fucking plank.
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Honestly, just look at the fucking state of this patronising condescending shit, and see how long it is before you are screaming "fuck off!" at the screen.

It just makes you give up the will to live.

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Rob Filth wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:03 pm
Honestly, just look at the fucking state of this patronising condescending shit, and see how long it is before you are screaming "fuck off!" at the screen.

It just makes you give up the will to live.

0:28 was the threshold for me; "For the ones who care..." :roll:

The ousting of Jeremy Corbyn is just such a sad thing for the true left. His rise seemed like something to be optimistic about and a definitive rebuttal to Cameron's odious and presumptuous statements in the wake of Thatcher's death; "We are all Thatcherites now", "Socialism is dead in this country". Now here we are, stuck again with Tory rule and Blairites. Marvellous...They were never going to let it stand, were they?
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UncleDeadly wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:18 pm
Rob Filth wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:03 pm
Honestly, just look at the fucking state of this patronising condescending shit, and see how long it is before you are screaming "fuck off!" at the screen.

It just makes you give up the will to live.

0:28 was the threshold for me; "For the ones who care..." :roll:

The ousting of Jeremy Corbyn is just such a sad thing for the true left. His rise seemed like something to be optimistic about and a definitive rebuttal to Cameron's odious and presumptuous statements in the wake of Thatcher's death; "We are all Thatcherites now", "Socialism is dead in this country". Now here we are, stuck again with Tory rule and Blairites. Marvellous...They were never going to let it stand, were they?
I yelled “fuck off” 20 seconds in, after saying “We’ve got the right leadership” before immediately showing a video of Lisa Nandy.

It’s rather sickening, isn’t it? There’s another curious thing to take note of: It’s thanks to Corbyn’s presence and the resurgence of Old Labour that criticising austerity has now become mainstream, and his stint as Labour leader definitely saw a resurgence in political discourse amongst my otherwise generally politically apathetic generation. Starmer might appeal to media outlets and the higher ups, but I doubt he’ll be able to inspire or initiate discourse to anywhere near the same extent. What a loss.
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Notice the divisive rhetoric about "strivers" too, I guess that makes all those sick and disabled bone-idle wastrel scroungers by default then, eh?

And the "Keeping us alive-ers", oh I bet some overpaid middle management PR prick thought that one such a hoot when they collectively picked their noses and thought of that!

Fucking condescending fucking pricks.
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Rob Filth wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:32 pm
"Keeping us alive-ers"
That was when I yelled “For fuck’s sake!” after my initial “fuck off”. How transparently vacuous.
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Rob Filth wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:32 pm
Notice the divisive rhetoric about "strivers" too, I guess that makes all those sick and disabled bone-idle wastrel scroungers by default then, eh?
Oh, without a doubt. After all, nu-labour subscribe to the same "humanitarian ideals" as the tories...
And the "Keeping us alive-ers", oh I bet some overpaid middle management PR prick thought that one such a hoot when they collectively picked their noses and thought of that!
Oh god, they didn't say that, did they?? Pure Moffat, that is. Don't forget to add insult to injury by patronising the peasants whilst shafting them!
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Bertrand Marx wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:25 pm
It’s thanks to Corbyn’s presence and the resurgence of Old Labour that criticising austerity has now become mainstream, and his stint as Labour leader definitely saw a resurgence in political discourse amongst my otherwise generally politically apathetic generation. Starmer might appeal to media outlets and the higher ups, but I doubt he’ll be able to inspire or initiate discourse to anywhere near the same extent. What a loss.
Indeed, and a considerable own-goal in the long-term, i do think. "Keeping our principles"...? So, not dumping them and anyone who holds them, wholesale, then...?
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Rob Filth wrote:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 8:21 pm
Bertrand Marx wrote:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 8:18 pm
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Tue Jun 09, 2020 8:09 pm
When is Keir Starmer going to discipline the racists highlighted and evidenced in the leaked Labour Report who ridiculed and abused BAME MP's instead of sitting on his backside doing fuck all?
Complete agree there, although Starmer did say a while back that we’d apparently get an update in July. I don’t see why the Labour report scandal wasn’t resolved prior to that point given how destructive the report is (it’s not just racist abuse- several cases of genuine AS were deliberately sat on and dismissed by McNicol and a fair few others on the right of the party) and I’m not especially hopeful in how it’ll be handled, but I’d keep an eye on that next month. His handling of the report thus far has been my biggest personal gripe with him as Labour leader. It’s been absolutely woeful.
I'm not confident with how he'll handle it one bit considering he attempted to sweep the whole thing under the carpet before it leaked.

The guys a disgrace. It'll be a complete whitewash.
Well, this sadly aged well. :lol: :lol:
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Wayne wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2015 6:32 pm
Cunt:

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/com ... 89764.html
Four little letters that just sum him up beautifully :evil:
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