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bhops

Last of the famous international screw ups.
Votings just a class war really, “toffs” vs “dole bums”, and if you’ve been working class, or brought up on council estates, then you know exactly what I mean, no one has a f***in clue about voting in them areas, they don’t understand politics, which is a shame cos if all those folks voted, labour would win a landslide everytime.

Judging by the numbers there must be a seriously helluva lot of toffs in England :lbf::lbf:
 
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NO JEREMY CORBYN ! NO JEREMY CORBYN ! NO JEREMY CORBYN ! :handpointup::handpointup::handpointup:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
 
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NO JEREMY CORBYN ! NO JEREMY CORBYN ! NO JEREMY CORBYN ! :handpointup::handpointup::handpointup:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:

Great result: get out of Europe/get Brexit done.

...labour loony lefties killed off, Corbyn/McDonald to resign to make way for an even worse left loon who will also never get elected - I've heard skinny is hoping to marry diane abbot, or some other bint-of-colour & also running for election next time, once he's finished The Sun easy crossword

...libdem loons embarrassed & confirmed as 'deluded' - best bit about swinson was her tits, tbf

...jockish fanatics will not ever get indy2...'cos we'll block it - jimmy crankie will die of exhaustion, or at least boredom of hearing herself talking about...eeendyrairftooo

...Brexit party will fade away & rebadge as some other non-entity
 
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So Great Britian does want to save itself!

Brexit now assured and the globalists can go back down the hole they came from.
 

Pippistrella

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I agree with much of what you post but not on this one I'm afraid. Major loss coming Corbyn's way I'm afraid.
We'll find out in the morning, not tonight btw.
You were right - and of course for Corbyn to win would have been makebelieve anyway. I said the other day that I thought Labour would never again win an election. And when you think about it they haven't since the dark days of 70s if you discount New Labour which was effectively a Tory-policy party. What I liked about Corbyn was his old-school socialist policies, many of which I feel are much needed. For example, the Tories have been selling off the NHS bit by bit on the sly since 2012. We might have to wave it goodbye soon. Economically Corbyn had some good ideas. Nationalisation of some industries and a national bank - very anti-globalist policies. Obviously in the mix were some awful stances also - pro mass-immigration being one, but to be honest the Tories are a pro-immigration party too, they just don't shout about it.

Boris Johnson mentioned something about 'traditionalism' in his speech today, which is exactly what most people in Britain want to hear right now. Returning to traditional values, restoring a certain Britishness back to a Britain that seems slightly lost. All well and good. But which party has introduced the teaching of perversion and degeneracy to young kids in British schools? The Conservatives. In reality, they dropped all notions of traditionalism when they became a full-blown globalist party. Labour of course are guilty of this also.

And if Corbyn had been voted in, I reckon the champagne Tory-stooges in his party such as Emily Thornberry would've turned on him en masse, disposed of him and taken over, so what we'd actually have would be a brand new New Labour party. But in some ways I am happy also - people voted for Brexit (in a way this was a second referendum) so that is an important consolation. Why anybody left-wing would support an ultra-capitalist tyranny like the EU just shows the power of brainwashing - all the old school socialists like Dennis Skinner, Corbyn and Tony Benn despised the EU.
 
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Moz must be extremely happy today. Damon gets everything and anything he points at.

At Poundland!
 
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Mox reacts to news of the result and the Brexit plans.

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England is so blue the smurfs decided to move there.

Xmas feels insecure and wants to change colour.
 
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No, many working class areas of Britain who have been voting Labour for aeons voted Conservative. You can probably guess the reasons.

There were 2 key reasons:

1. Democracy - we voted in 2016 to Brexit (hmm 3.5 years ago) - the non-cons either wanted to:

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revoke democracy totally (Liability Libdems) & the school girl in charge (big tits swinson) foolishly ran a seriously miscalculated election campaign on cancelling Brexit, or

b)
go again for a 2nd referendum vote (Corbynista clown central). I'm really surprised they haven't called for the GE to be run again!!

2. Leadership - Corbyn has zero capability & wouldn't know the meaning of the word 'leadership' if you highlighted it for him in the dictionary; weak, clueless leftist fantasist & idealist who thought he could buy the electorate with silly gimmicks such as free broadband for all...wtf
 
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Sturgeon is so cute!

She is going to write a letter and send it to Boris.

"Ahoot is dis aboot ya bufty eh fitba ain't on telly and here I am in me hoose getting news on me getting f*** all".
 

Pippistrella

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Enlighten us as your damage control exercise here is entertaining.
1) The majority of the country want Brexit. 2) A perception that the Tory party means less immigration (it doesn't) 3) People want a return to British traditionalism 4) They see the Labour party as too 'loony' 5) An understanding that the Tories are generally better at economics.
 
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1) The majority of the country want Brexit. 2) A perception that the Tory party means less immigration (it doesn't) and a vague return to British traditionalism. 1) An understanding that the Tories are generally better at economics.
Nice summary although you know full well the Tories will be harder on immigration than Labour for the simple fact that Labour would simply tear down any border control and it would be like revolving doors.

You know full well this goes deeper and that socialism is dying all over Europe. Dead and buried in UK now.
 
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Nice summary although you know full well the Tories will be harder on immigration than Labour for the simple fact that Labour would simply tear down any border control and it would be like revolving doors.

You know full well this goes deeper and that socialism is dying all over Europe. Dead and buried in UK now.

It's about time too. We are sick of the limp loony left in the UK & that is being reflected in Europe too. Arrogant Merkel has a lot to answer for & the real people are telling her just how they feel, & how wrong she got it. Arschloch.
 

Pippistrella

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Nice summary although you know full well the Tories will be harder on immigration than Labour for the simple fact that Labour would simply tear down any border control and it would be like revolving doors.

You know full well this goes deeper and that socialism is dying all over Europe. Dead and buried in UK now.
When the Conservative David Cameron was voted in he promised to crack down on immigration, but instead broke the record on letting in 650,000 in one single year. The revolving door has been in operation since 1997 when the proud Jew Barbara Roche persuaded Tony Blair to de-Britainize Britain.

The Conservatives are still perceived to be a party that stands for Britishness, tradition and sensible immigration policies. But in actuality they love immigration because it means lots of cheap labour and wages kept low. This is financially beneficial to Big Business who reward the Conservative party with generous donations and backhanders or business positions (phony but lucrative jobs on the side) for Tory ministers.

This is how Big Business and Politics mutually work together. With Corbyn in power it would have been more difficult to operate in this way as he would not only have installed anti-capitalist policies, but also would be harder to bribe as he clearly cares little for personal wealth. For this reason Big Business was terrified of him and had to push hysterical headlines through the media to ensure there was no chance in hell of him getting near to No.10.

I also blame Stormzy.
 
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bhops

Last of the famous international screw ups.
No, many working class areas of Britain who have been voting Labour for aeons voted Conservative. You can probably guess the reasons.
Yeah globalist free trade agreements and open borders really aren't working out so well for the working class.
 

bhops

Last of the famous international screw ups.
When the Conservative David Cameron was voted in he promised to crack down on immigration, but instead broke the record on letting in 650,000 in one single year. The revolving door has been in operation since 1997 when the proud Jew Barbara Roche persuaded Tony Blair to de-Britainize Britain.

The Conservatives are still perceived to be a party that stands for Britishness, tradition and sensible immigration policies. But in actuality they love immigration because it means lots of cheap labour and wages kept low. This is financially beneficial to Big Business who reward the Conservative party with generous donations and backhanders or business positions (phony but lucrative jobs on the side) for Tory ministers.

This is how Big Business and Politics mutually work together. With Corbyn in power it would have been more difficult to operate in this way as he would not only have installed anti-capitalist policies, but also would be harder to bribe as he clearly cares little for personal wealth. For this reason Big Business was terrified of him and had to push hysterical headlines through the media to ensure there was no chance in hell of him getting near to No.10.

I also blame Stormzy.
I agree with the first part but Corbyns economic policies were so bonkers he wouldve collapsed the economy. He wouldve stayed in Europe too meaning more untrammeled immigration. The UK really didn't have a great choice this election
 
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