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I put on some trousers and biked to the march yesterday with a mate. Deece atmosphere, glad I went

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I didn’t know where to post this so I’m throwing it up here.

You lot are savage af in roasting politicians.

 

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lol

 

Raaab has to be one of the more shameless & narcissistic Tory cunts in recent memory, be a shame if someone physically clattered him live on camera at some point in this shitstorm of false consciousness

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I listened to a profile on raab on r4 a while back, when he became brexit secretary. Allegedly cunt's a hardcore martial artist, trains every day, could compete professionally according to his judo teacher or whoever they got on. Psychopath.

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I put on some trousers and biked to the march yesterday with a mate. Deece atmosphere, glad I went

 

I'm glad you put on some trousers first. I also went! Quite a few people eh?

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brilliant stuff! :)

 

should have stopped after 5 mins though. and why the hell does the youtube not embed properly? grrrr immigrants...

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so theresa may says she will resign to get her deal through, but i cant think of a single reason that would benefit anyone apart from other high ranking tory politicians? who gives a shit who is leading the tory party if the deal hasnt changed?

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yeah, Boris will be licking his lips and so will vote for the deal now, as will a bunch more of them. I doubt that'll be enough for the DUP though, and a core group of the more deluded brexiteers. In order to get it through they'll still need Labour votes, and I can't see them getting enough of them.

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Augment reality so all brexit conversation anywhere is made illegal, yeah I dunno who made that assumptive leap, but then just throw all the memories in a bin and then forget about it by getting pissed up most nights like every other shameful escapade during this island’s generally cuntish history & focus on matters that matter natter & get on all the drugs, good drugs, bad drugs

 

Judge people by brexit and the drugs they take, seriously, and the shops they get groceries from, and which part of the cuntry they’re from, and where they holiday, and if they like Game of Thrones, and

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Seriously, what a bunch of cunts we have in charge.

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So they voted not agree to agree or disagree on forms of agreements that may or may not be agreed upon

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So they voted not agree to agree or disagree on forms of agreements that may or may not be agreed upon

 

Are you saying that you are not finding these people to be agreeable?

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I agree that most if not all of it cannot be found as legally binding anyway

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this is so fucking funny

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https://twitter.com/gpearthur/status/1110955974494437377?s=21

 

Kinda makes sense. Perhaps explains the current situation as well. It's more about scaring the EU into a better deal. But the EU gave a middle finger... and rightly so, btw. It's time for a friendly divorce. This one sided marriage wasn't made to last. ;p

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the referendum option got more votes than I expected (got more votes than any other option in fact), makes me think there's more of a chance of one now. if it ends up as a choice between that and no deal then it's probably quite likely. it was also good to see the hard brexit options doing even worse than just straight up revoking article 50.

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wouldn't it be funny if there was a second referendum and like 70% voted leave lol haha

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not especially

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wouldn't it be funny if there was a second referendum and like 70% voted leave lol haha

there is a possibility that this could happen

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no, i'm with you b

 

Am I the only corbyn supporter

no, i'm with you bra. 

 

I like the idea of Corbyn, I want to like Corbyn...but he seems totally out his depth and unable to play the politics game using its current rules. I think some pin their hopes on him getting the Tories out and changing the rules. 

BUT using his current strategy* thats never going to happen.

 

*Thats assuming there is a stratrgy, Occums Razor suggests his lack of opposition to any Tory policy, particularly Brexit and lack of any proposed alternatives, No push for Peoples vote etc..in the face of the most useles and divided Tory party in decades suggest he's just not up to it. Rather than keeping his powder dry for the next GE, in or out the EU.

 

He just doesnt appear mature enough to lead anything never mind a country. See his calling for cross-parliamentary discussion to work on alternatives on Brexit last week , then walking out said meeting as he didnt like who was also invited.

Or todays example....with everything else going on and the obvious priorities to be working on ..

He is tweeting the SNP about helping to vote Thatcher in 40 YEARS AGO.

https://twitter.com/jeremycorbyn/status/1111190204138864640

It just seems petty and more suited to local politics, its like he has never grown out of his student union politics phase and lived in the real world.

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ex public-school communist + N1 postcode with your own front door probably puts you in the 1% (to 0.5%) category, although i kinda feel for his neighbours

 

bloke has probably never done manual labour or a normal job in his puff - prep-school, then uni, then some bs Labour committees, MP, shadow opposition, then boom Labour leadership....not exactly real "life" experience like the many he champions lead so i question his apparent displays of empathy

 

cunt might as well have blinkers on like a fkn horse

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Not a Corbyn fan and don't believe he is the answer to anything. Kier Starmer, Hilary Benn and Yvette Cooper I have a lot of respect for however.

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I think the strategy is: how can we create a shit storm big enough that the only possible outcome will be: remain.

 

Atleast, that's what my sources say. The hand behind the curtain is pushing the UK into the Remain direction. Perhaps the May-must-go is part of this as well.

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