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  1. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Ok so you think I deserve 'dog abuse' mainly from you because you disagree with me. Now whatever the precise wording of Stormzys 'exact' comments which I admit I misquoted (so sorry to the pretentious lefties out there). My view is that comment whether it refers to Teresa mays house or whatever will be taken out of context by certain people, they will use it an excuse for class war and possibly burn them as a result. Corbyn and McDonnell already talk of this anyway. Not saying I am correct but whatever the wording I find it likely to incite class attacks. You have you head in your clouds if you think this is ok. Despite Stormzy being a champagne socialist he is somekind of working class hero. Exactly the kind of shit I hate about the modern Labour movement. He is a whining cvnt, Labour use shit like this because its soundbites that other whiny momentum cvnts latch onto and love and share on facebook etc Actually Stormzy and his fellow tossers instead of talking shit at a horific obscene elitist event for average musical artists could have had a whip around instead of enjoying the excesses lavished upon them and sorted the stuff out for the grenfell survivors using their pocket change. Of course they dont wsnt to that because it impacts their lives and doesnt make good sound bites that class warriors can use to create yet more division. Its disgusting whatever the wording. I stand by that. You may disagree and give me 'dogs abuse' if you wish but yet again it speaks more about the person making the abuse I would say.
  2. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I do personally feel that Corbyn is far left, that's just my view doesn't make it right of course. Some of his policies to me are extremely concerning as is some of this rhetoric. Anyone on the centre ground, not a problem. Labour with a decent centre left leader I could happily consider myself voting for. I just feel that the direction Labour are heading is not good. Again my personal view. Perhaps it is a little unfair of me to brand all Labour voters 'far left' but I do feel that is where the party is at present. Labour under Corybn is the left wing equivalent of UKIP. Corbyn, McDonnell and the shadow cabinet have questionable and divisive visions in my view. The actions of Momentum and Seamus Milne are often quite abhorrent, some of the abuse the centre left MPs and Tories has received from this hate group is quote disgusting and I do not really know how any decent person can stand for that kind of abuse in modern Britain. A lot of their rhetoric surround stirring hate and anger towards those who 'have' by those perceived as 'not having'. Just the other night Corbyn praised a speech by the absolute cretin STORMZY which basically incites the poor to go and burn down rich peoples house so 'they know how it feels' that kind of thing sets a pretty bad standard in my eyes. Every day of the week I have said there are many failings in this government, I would go as far as to say they are incompetent. The problems for me at present is there is no viable alternative mainly because Labour led by momentum are on a route to the left. I am deffo a right wing nutter spazo nasty evil tory **** who eats foxes for breakfast though!
  3. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I think the issue here maybe that people see certain things in a certain way. I have been guilty of misreading things I am sure. That probably suits our preconceived beliefs, maybe we read what we want to read in a persons comments. To be honest a lot of it is about actions. Its easy to misunderstand a view, its less easy in my eyes to misunderstand an action.
  4. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I believe in people right to express their views so believe you took the correct path, I could have reported it but didn't. Its entirely up to them how they chose to handle themselves and to be honest it says more about them that me that they could come out with that stuff. Sadly I have worked with a few hard left Labour activists in the public sector and to say that the ones I have experienced are not very nice people is an understatement.
  5. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Are all comments not based views of individuals, maybe I am not missing the point! I think all sides are only going to do what suits their agenda though which is fine, human nature I suppose. Really who cares! We don't need to get so up tight about it. Just move on. X believes this Y believes this. Are X or Y bad people that you couldn't share a pint with? Most of the time probably not! We are all just trying to do the best we can! The majority of us are decent people who want the greater good. Yes there are different viewpoints on how we get there.
  6. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    No because this is stuff that has been said on here numerous times. You are obviously not seeing it. I have seen a lot of pretty disgusting comments from the supposed so called caring left. Personally I could give a fly fvck, but it seems certain people can give it out but cant take it back. I have seen accusations of shouting on here, I don't think I have ever seen anything that can be perceived as shouting!
  7. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Anyone who thinks that a far left Labour government are he solution to our problems and they are far left at present. Time will most probably prove me right on this at some point as I fear due to the seismic shift that Labour probably will end up screwing the country over at some point. But we will just have to ait and see on that as there are many who think Corbyn and co are the countries saviours. Again I am pro remain but also classed as a rabid right winger on here by many. People class the Tories as right wing......they are not. Certain people are self righteous and disingenuous, I stand by that. Believe me I have been called far worse. If that the way they are then so be it. I really could give a fvck. I actually find it amusing. I respect people who can mutually have a discussion about stuff and accept each others opinions even if there maybe differences. Unfortunately too many people take it too seriously. I know I am not a bad person because I THINK we should not spend money we don't have (Doesn't mean I am right or wrong, that is MY view). One member (I wont dig up as its not necessary and I believe in bygones be bygones) for example on the other hand thinks I am a retarded mentally ill spastic or something along those lines.......not really necessary is it?!!
  8. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Come one. Most Left wing posters and misrepresenting comments all the time. Telling us because of our views we want people to die in hospital beds, in burning buildings, on the streets etc. etc. Its an absolute disgrace. Just because we disagree that debt is bad, governments spending money that they don't have is bad, and that imaginary money that we don't have will stimulate the economy doesn't mean we are evil and want all the poor to die which is they way that most of the far left hate mob have us represented as rich toff foxhunting selfish evil tory shit scumbag *****. We all want to have the best services we can we just disagree that what Corbyn and McDonnell offer is a sensible method of getting there. With regards Brexit, and I will state yet again I voted remain before I get painted as a rabid far right evil tory scum dog. We do not ACTUALLY have a fecking clue what is going to happen, its all guess work, we don't know whether we have a deal, we don't know if we are in or out of the single market, we don't know if we will stay in we don't know if Europe will collapse? No one knows. Everyone is talking ifs buts and maybes not one person is correct or wrong, all discussion points are valid and a possibility.
  9. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I have had loads of unfounded abuse from the far left momentum hate mob on here. Just because they disagree with my views. The far left are often self righteous and disingenuous which is ironic given they are supposedly caring individuals who believe in fairer honest politics. I will never attack an individual for their views, I may disagree but everyone is entitled to have their views and interpret the world in whatever way they see fit. Unfortunately some of the far left members are not willing to accept that others may have different views on things and quite honestly it doesn't really matter what the basis for their views are. Anyone can pull out articles and graphs to support an argument or find an expert, It doesn't make one view more superior than another.
  10. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Labour are not going to carry through Brexit really though by the sounds of it and as usual they are lying to appeal to the popular vote. The Tories want to carry out the wishes of the referendum but their own party and external factors are making that very hard work. In my eyes the only solution is a general election where parties deliver as part of their manifesto a clear vision of what they intend. Let them stand on that. Whoever wins then has a duty to deliver what they have won on the basis of. Corbyn and his band of merry idiots will change his wind depending on which way the wind blows. I mean the cvnt even congratulated that twat Stormzy the other day on twitter.
  11. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Why aren't the Lib Dems more popular as well? They are the ONLY party with a clear position, and a clear position to remain within the EU but no one voted for them. Why don't the young vote for them? Labour have lied and continue to lie yet they get away with it, the Lib Dems took a kicking after the student loans increase fiasco. Lets not forget Labour also made a similar manifesto pledge around 2006 and people conveniently forget that. UKIP will struggle even in Brexit strongholds because their is a stigma attached to them. Even in areas such as Stoke with 70% leave votes, UKIP could take a seat from Labour. Snell who won against UKIP is pro-European.
  12. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    So basically the position of the Labour party is that they want their cake and eat it?!? I thought the EU said that was impossible. To be honest it seems if we are in a customs union there is completely no point in Brexit what so ever. As we still pay, still comply, can not make our own deals, but get no decision making so actually it pretty much concludes to a bad deal! as its worse that we currently have. I am beginning to think a half arsed Brexit is the worst thing we can do no either go full in or full out, no in betweens.
  13. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I don't think we have built anywhere enough houses since the Early 1980s. Nearly 40 years of not building enough will take a long time to have any impact.
  14. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Free degrees in sociology yes. The post was merely in jest at the similar right wing post made by Rog. Interesting to see the reactions though!
  15. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I was merely responding in jest to Rogs post. Where do you get you poisoned views from. Being as 80% of the house rises were during the last Labour government, perhaps you should ask them.