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Aggravated trespass.- reasonable force. 

 

The ‘task’ should not have fallen to him, but it did. 

 

Im sympathetic to the environmental cause but taking ‘direct action’ and then crying like a beeee-ach when it results in reciprocated direct action simply illustrates the self entitled, do as I say not as I do, whiny, pathetic attitude of such people. 

 

There are a few SJWs complaining (the usual suspects), but the overwhelming public response appears to be supportive. My only criticism is the apology. 

 

 

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Hang on, Mark field is one of those who supports revoking article 50, deserves all he gets.... Should lock him up and throw away the key...

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7 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

Hang on, Mark field is one of those who supports revoking article 50, deserves all he gets.... Should lock him up and throw away the key...

You've fallen into the trap me old scrambled egg!

 

It shouldn't matter who he is or what he stands for...

 

There are those amongst us that have overtly delighted in the violent action of casting a milk shake over a serving MEP and prominent public figure.  They are 'likely' the same cohort that (quite rightly) expressed horror at the murder of a serving MP, or outrage at the poorly judged comments obliquely referencing rape as a measure of a female MP's desirability.

 

Here in lies the hypocrisy which was previously referenced (and apparently wholly misinterpreted.)

 

Having a set of 'standards' which can so easily be discarded - dependent upon the political leanings of subject / victim / perp - is the very epitome of hypocrisy...  At least it is by my moral 🧭  

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1 minute ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

You've fallen into the trap me old scrambled egg!

 

It shouldn't matter who he is or what he stands for...

 

There are those amongst us that have overtly delighted in the violent action of casting a milk shake over a serving MEP and prominent public figure.  They are 'likely' the same cohort that (quite rightly) expressed horror at the murder of a serving MP, or outrage at the poorly judged comments obliquely referencing rape as a measure of a female MP's desirability.

 

Here in lies the hypocrisy which was previously referenced (and apparently wholly misinterpreted.)

 

Having a set of 'standards' which can so easily be discarded - dependent upon the political leanings of subject / victim / perp - is the very epitome of hypocrisy...  At least it is by my moral 🧭  

I haven't fallen into any trap, I was joking.

 

You know me well enough to realise the very hypocrisy you speak of gets right on my wick.

 

 

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17 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

I haven't fallen into any trap, I was joking.

 

You know me well enough to realise the very hypocrisy you speak of gets right on my wick.

 

 

You've fallen into the trap me old scrambled egg!

 

You didn't spot the sarcasm....😂

 

I know you're as straight as the day is long mucker....  especially today. 😂😂

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13 hours ago, EdwardC said:

I thought there was record employment.

 

Personally, Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson for me. And a no deal Brexit. And I mean a no deal Brexit. Not the kind of no deal Brexit the politicians talk about, but the kind of no deal Brexit that Brexiteers voted for. Leave was on the voting slip, leave meant leave. Not leave with a deal. Leave meant leave, no deal. The kind of no deal Brexit Iain Duncan Smith said couldn't happen as there's no such thing as a no deal Brexit, because deals will be done to ease the way. 

 

A proper no deal Brexit pushed through by the personification of English manhood, somebody born in England, somebody with a proper Anglo Saxon name, like Alexander, or Boris, or de Pfeffel, would result in substantial, (ask IDS), long-term damage to this country, the consequence of which would be the destruction of the Conservative and Unionist Party. Result, a socialist Government for the next 1000 years.

 

Bring it on.

 

This is the best prediction so far, if I say so myself. And far and away better than anything Vespasian has come up with. Rory the Tory, who's he?

 

And please don't tell me he's my MP. I know that much to be true.

One of the added benefits of Boris being leader, him wearing the old school tie and all that, he has the ability bring back lots of disheartened Tory voters who have voted for NF.

The idea of Boris haemorrhaging The Bollocks Party vote and snubbing out the ‘Fag Butt’ Politician that is NF,for me, is a very silver lining.

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