Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hard-working people

  Chancellor Giddeon (George) Osbourne [edit: there is no u in Giddeon Osborne) likes hard-working people …That’s not in any way surprising of course because it’s hard-working people that keeps him and his class comfortable and not anything near hard-working … Continue reading

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Child poverty UK

http://www.cpag.org.uk/child-poverty-facts-and-figures Child poverty facts and figures There are 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK today. That’s 27 per cent of children, or more than one in four.1 There are even more serious concentrations of child poverty at a local … Continue reading

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If you’re going to be a politician (except of course you are already a politician) …

… please be an awfully remarkable politician. Don’t be one of those he was a this or that politician, he did this Please be an absolutely notable politician that achieved worthwhile goals Please go for peace and getting rid of … Continue reading

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Since We’re on these name terms Ed

I am awfully sore at the Fascist Neo-Con Labour Party of only so many years before. I consider that I am fully aware of their totally reprehensible approach to political – what’s the word I’m loking for? It’s about controlling … Continue reading

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I most definetely consider it as incitement to murder. If it was by certain cabinet ministers, then they are all jointly responsible. I’m in IT 2.40am I would like them held to account for their actions.

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I’d certainly like that law enforced .

.. that Tony Blair’s cabinet is jointly responsible according to law … THAT’S UK LAW … if you were in Tony Blair’s cabinet then you are as responsible as Tony the Queen him or her self … (He was probably … Continue reading

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With this blind old cnut Blunkett .

.. he’s a bit crap isn’t he? Been a blind cnut all his life … and played on it? See … I don’t have to be politically correct because I’m not a politician. Let’s get back to Blunkett … A … Continue reading

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Enough of that .

.. austerity nonsense. I am very tempted to have a go at Blunkett .. cos he’s such a useless old .. good for fa appendage. He cheered Tony in those days of .. let’s have ignorant voters voting for Nu … Continue reading

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The right to express myself

I have the right to express myself. My right to express myself is currently being denied by online spooks disrupting internet service (obviously not here). I want my right to to express myself respected and the disruption to end. I … Continue reading

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Gagging Bill attack on democracy

The Gagging Bill is having it’s second reading today. Despite claims by the government that it has addressed concerns, the bill is still an assault on democratic campaigns while failing to address commercial and corporate lobbying .

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Strange times …

There’s nothing strange about me commending former UK diplomat and fellow dissident blogger Craig Murray. He currently has an article about the US Congress being fed lies in support of an attack on Syria. Israel has repeatedly been involved in … Continue reading

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