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    twocents got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Tommy Robinson thread   
    The serious antagonism of the unions to Tommy Robinson and his exposé of bbc is interesting as you would maybe think the unions had suffered from bbc misinformation over the years as much as anyone.  Yet they're mobilising what might turn out to be something like an antifa opposition to TR's exposure of the way bbc lies and twists in its output.  Also you might expect many union members to be in agreement with TR about how twisted bbc output seems to be and in agreement with TR about the things TR is concerned about that are going on in Britain.
    The unions generally seem to be useless in defending workers interests and have strange bedfellows in apparently supporting both antifa types and private companies.  The message calling for opposition to TR at the exposé seems to be almost as deluded, biased and twisted about TR as bbc and the rest of the MSM are.  Maybe those currently running the unions are just happy with things as they are and with the status quo - along with their own generous wages, pensions and other benefits and are just another group who don't want their cushy applecart to be upset by the exposé.
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    twocents got a reaction from One percent in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
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    Whoever put that piece of toothless law together should be in jail for supporting ISIS/for supporting terrorism.
    Interestingly the law only received Royal Assent on 12 Februaary of this year - and now the wives all trying to get back into Britain.
     
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    twocents got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Tommy Robinson thread   
    The serious antagonism of the unions to Tommy Robinson and his exposé of bbc is interesting as you would maybe think the unions had suffered from bbc misinformation over the years as much as anyone.  Yet they're mobilising what might turn out to be something like an antifa opposition to TR's exposure of the way bbc lies and twists in its output.  Also you might expect many union members to be in agreement with TR about how twisted bbc output seems to be and in agreement with TR about the things TR is concerned about that are going on in Britain.
    The unions generally seem to be useless in defending workers interests and have strange bedfellows in apparently supporting both antifa types and private companies.  The message calling for opposition to TR at the exposé seems to be almost as deluded, biased and twisted about TR as bbc and the rest of the MSM are.  Maybe those currently running the unions are just happy with things as they are and with the status quo - along with their own generous wages, pensions and other benefits and are just another group who don't want their cushy applecart to be upset by the exposé.
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    twocents reacted to One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    They appear to be really panicking about this demo. 
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    twocents got a reaction from One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    By the unions own actions TR has effectively exposed the unions as well as bbc.  Two birds with one stone.
    It'll be interesting to see who else volunteers in the next week to side with all the twisting, the lies and all the other awful stuff that TR is against.
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    twocents got a reaction from One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    By the unions own actions TR has effectively exposed the unions as well as bbc.  Two birds with one stone.
    It'll be interesting to see who else volunteers in the next week to side with all the twisting, the lies and all the other awful stuff that TR is against.
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    twocents got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Tommy Robinson thread   
    The serious antagonism of the unions to Tommy Robinson and his exposé of bbc is interesting as you would maybe think the unions had suffered from bbc misinformation over the years as much as anyone.  Yet they're mobilising what might turn out to be something like an antifa opposition to TR's exposure of the way bbc lies and twists in its output.  Also you might expect many union members to be in agreement with TR about how twisted bbc output seems to be and in agreement with TR about the things TR is concerned about that are going on in Britain.
    The unions generally seem to be useless in defending workers interests and have strange bedfellows in apparently supporting both antifa types and private companies.  The message calling for opposition to TR at the exposé seems to be almost as deluded, biased and twisted about TR as bbc and the rest of the MSM are.  Maybe those currently running the unions are just happy with things as they are and with the status quo - along with their own generous wages, pensions and other benefits and are just another group who don't want their cushy applecart to be upset by the exposé.
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    twocents reacted to One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Unions have gone the same was as the Labour Party. They are no longer there to support the working class, even those who pay subscriptions. 
    They have turned themselves into an irrelevance 
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    twocents reacted to Hopeful in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Anyone who reads that advert and doesn't go 'WTF?, that's hysteria", must be either primitives from a lost tribe or aliens from another planet.
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    twocents got a reaction from billfunk in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Tommy doesn't seem to be profiting from the travel though as he isn't arranging and charging for travel unlike the the likes of the unions and hand in glove private companies.
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    twocents got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
    Of course the authorities are in a bind because ISIS was apparently fighting alongside Britain in Syria against Assad whether the actual ISIS fighters on the ground and their wives knew it or not.
    It's when they get into Britain that they pose a threat to Britain and the British people.
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    twocents reacted to sleepwello'nights in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Yes, imagine if it was Egypt during the Arab Spring. 
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    twocents got a reaction from One percent in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
    They could have had a clause about jail for ever having supported terrorism or a terrorist group and still supporting terrorism/a terrorist group/the ideology of terrorism - or something like that as it is such a serious matter.
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    twocents got a reaction from One percent in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
    They can't even get them on breach of the peace or contempt of court or something like that?
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    twocents reacted to The Masked Tulip in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
    The Mail has found one already back here. Supposedly nothing can be done. 
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6713011/Jihadi-bride-let-Britain-dangerous-daughter-faces-no-terror-charges.html#comments
    Wasn't a British guy jailed for going to fight with the kurds?
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    twocents reacted to One percent in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
    I guess that because they are out there now and the law has been passed, on t applies?  
    Mind, we should not even be having the debate. Should not be allowed back. 
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    twocents got a reaction from Anglepoise in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Imagine if such massive protests were happening in say Russia or China or in some other politically unfavoured country.  The coverage would be wall to wall with live tv and radio broadcast interviews in the streets and people claiming to be refugees having escaped and now living in Britain being interviewed and giving their opinions on air.  There would be looped imagery of the injuries.  There would be government and MSM appeals for money to support the protestors and so on.
    Instead - virtually nothing.
     
     
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    twocents got a reaction from One percent in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
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    Whoever put that piece of toothless law together should be in jail for supporting ISIS/for supporting terrorism.
    Interestingly the law only received Royal Assent on 12 Februaary of this year - and now the wives all trying to get back into Britain.
     
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    twocents got a reaction from null; in Tommy Robinson thread   
    There seems to be plenty of scope for lehal action against whoever wrote that description of Tommy Robinson. 
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    twocents reacted to One percent in Trump's progress   
    From the article 
    I’ll probably never get it, but that’s OK,” Trump said. “They gave it to Obama. He didn’t even know what he got it for.”  
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    twocents reacted to The Generation Game in Something happening at Salisbury hospital   
    Well the Soros-funded Bellingcat have identified a third Russian involved in the incident. 
    With regards to the conspiracies on this thread that the So-Called BBC said at times that Sergei is dead, does anyone think the language in the latest BBC piece is a bit "odd":
    MI6 double agent Sergei Skripal, 67, and his daughter Yulia, then 33, were poisoned with a nerve agent known as novichok in Salisbury. Both of them survived.
     
    So Sergei hasn't aged?
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    twocents reacted to The Masked Tulip in Something happening at Salisbury hospital   
    Seems incresingly like a desperate and badly thought out - it is the establishment after all - to divert attention from UK involvement in the Clinton stuff by trying to force the Russia bogeyman agenda.