Alonso Quijano

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    A Corbyn Goverment

    If UKIP got their act together those leave constituencies might go back to them (immigration plus this betrayal), it is quite obvious the parliamentary party is out of step with their core vote (Metropolitan areas excepted - students). Labour will fudge a lie and shout NHS and austerity, fewer people will fall for it but... however Momentum Black Shirts will likely put people off. Jeremy may need to pick a side. Being true works best, being phony is for Tonys.
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    And a fucking another ....

    From the News no inkling this murderer, this savage was an immigrant. Because of age can't be named! Must be English... You would not know. Importing such alien cultures into a stable, generally law-abiding and mature country is madness. Agree that there is no point taxpayers wasting money on him. Offers nothing. Probably still a route to bring in more of his family.
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    A Corbyn Goverment

    You only have to look at how lefties treat and demean anyone not of their cult who disagrees with them. Very, very dangerous for these types to have power. That said with this ongoing Brexit betrayal and the evident contempt most MPs have for ordinary people, we really do need a clear-out and something to wake people up. With Brexit we really had a chance for real change and a better future; now let Armageddon happen, perhaps that will affect the necessary change. New parties, different politics, democratic change.
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    EU treaties and UK constitution

    Lisbon, signed by Brown, was a big one, real step change - though it did contain Article 50. There was a very good thread on Twitter which went through all the treaties and what they meant and how they progressed the EU Project. Perhaps someone can find it... Might be this guy StatisticusCollegium (@verumandverus): The EU came into being in 1992 with the Maastricht Treaty, which Major (wonder what he's up to these days?) signed... real inroads into sovereignty and supremacy (accession of power) began there.
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    ASA bans gender ads in UK

    I'm going to hazard a guess that ASA and Ad Agencies are full to the brim with SJWs, Soy Boys and whiney, men-hating women. They have a bit of power to project their perverse view of the world and be all-powerful. Bet little will be done about the over-egged black man / white woman couple/family and mixed-race kids, or those laughing stock men (white of course), etc., etc. Adverts used to be fun; stereotypes work because people relate to them. Adverts are better targeted as they know their customer. But yes let's carry on with the diversity bullshit and contrived quotas. Britain - as with its politicians - has become nebulous, vacant, airy-fairy. Go woke, go broke now is official policy.
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    Is Brexit going to happen at all?

    Doubt this news or any real analysis is reaching most people. Ditto Merkel's migrant invasion and the consequences. Ditto EU Army on the streets of France used against the people. Does anybody trust politicians to be honest, speak freely or do the right thing for the people? Not a chance. Very few conviction politicians now. The contract appears broken.
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    Question Time

    #BBCQT - So that's 4 against 1! Little changes at the So-Called BBC.
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    Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?

    The 200 loyalists weren't voting for Treason May - how could they? Se has been awful, an embarrassment - they were voting for the EU and some version of Remain.
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    Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?

    I did! Easy mistake.
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    Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?

    That's a car park, different thing. 😁
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    Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?

    It's a meme ( seems Twitter clamping down on it )...
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    Tonights vote - how many will vote to depose Treason?

    Depressing isn't it? All I wanted is fewer politicians making rules that fuck us all up, all of the time. Taking out the EU would have made a big difference. With more accountability and the lessons from this Brexit fiasco we might have got some better politicians willing to listen and not soft-soap taking voters for granted. The little people spoke. The big people schemed. The naive people went all NCP.
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    Bye bye Treason May?

    Anyone with #FBPE in their Twitter handle is a obviously a loon, akin to virtue-signalling (look at me I'm so wise, certainly not stoopid or wacist); if you do engage its 0-to-insult in one tweet. Often with a glib, exaggerated 'fact'' to prove how stupid we are - whether we are actually 'sovereign' and choose to take their rules or whether we 'fall off a cliff' or one I had recently '£56b so far being the cost of Brexit' (?). What is all the more shocking - as we have seen across 'vote-again' Europe, recently in America over Trump, and now here, is the total lack of respect for democracy and the sanctity of democratic vote - you accept and move on, not spend your time crying and being generally nasty to strangers about something you shouldn't be able to change. I blame the weak and pathetic politicians of this era who will bend to the wind of faux outrage and feet-stamping.
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    Bye bye Treason May?

    Isn't that part of the problem? As is Parliament as a whole, they are completely out of touch and not fit for purpose. Let us see if May can be removed (along with Hammond) and a forward-thinking more pro-Brexit balanced government can be created.
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    Brexit Betrayal thread

    Succinctly put. Try making that point to a #FBPE Remainer and you'll be marked #idiot, that somehow we are a Sovereign nation but choose to be ruled and implement daft, overreaching EU law. No, we are the sage ones, life and experience of election cycles give you the ability to see through the megalomaniac bullshit.