Labour candidate John O'Farrell 'disappointed' Mrs Thatcher didn't die in Brighton bomb

John O'Farrell

John O'Farrell

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Eastleigh Chief Reporter

LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today over revelations that he once wrote of his hopes Margaret Thatcher had been murdered in a terrorist attack.

John O’Farrell told of his “surge of excitement” on hearing of the IRA bomb attack on Brighton’s Grand Hotel in 1984 – adding that was “disappointed” the assassination attempt had failed.

The satirist, aiming to take the seat vacated by shamed Chris Huhne, wrote that he asked himself: “Why did she have to leave the bathroom two minutes earlier?”

It was a reference to the fact Lady Thatcher’s bathroom was destroyed in the explosion, which claimed the lives of five people including Tory MP Sir Anthony Berry.

Mr O’Farrell also wrote that he wished the former Prime Minister had lost the Falklands War in 1982 – a conflict in which 255 British servicemen were killed.

Former Conservative Party chairman Lord Tebbit, whose wife was paralysed in the blast, has described the candidate an ‘incontinently voiced moral reprobate”.

In a book published in 1998, Mr O’Farrell wrote: “I would invent all sorts of elaborate scenarios whereby she would cease to be Prime Minister of Britain. Some involved a sombre deputation from the 1922 Committee (of Tory MPs) and others involved me popping up with a machine gun at the Conservative Party conference.

“In October 1984, when the Brighton bomb went off, I felt a surge of excitement at the nearness of her demise and yet disappointment that such a chance had been missed. This was me – the pacifist, anti-capital punishment, anti-IRA liberal – wishing that they had got her. ‘Why did she have to leave the bathroom two minutes earlier?’ I asked myself over and over again’.”

A Labour Party spokesman said: “John made these comments many years ago and of course does not condone or wish harm on anyone.”

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2:28pm Sun 17 Feb 13

SotonRob says...

Its hardly a secret he made these comments. What's the story? He wrote them in a book. Not sure he tried to hide them.
Its hardly a secret he made these comments. What's the story? He wrote them in a book. Not sure he tried to hide them. SotonRob
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2:34pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Scatgirl says...

now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect! Scatgirl
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2:38pm Sun 17 Feb 13

radders69uk says...

incontinently???????
?
incontinently??????? ? radders69uk
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2:39pm Sun 17 Feb 13

rightway says...

Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
[quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation. rightway
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2:40pm Sun 17 Feb 13

SotonRob says...

Interesting quote from Mr Tebbitt.
Interesting quote from Mr Tebbitt. SotonRob
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2:43pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Vix1 says...

Another moron to add to the mix then!! Maybe another Margaret Thatcher is what this country needs to get it back on an even keel again, even if only for a time. She wasn't all bad!! (she was the reason I didn't have to suffer school milk forever!!).
Another moron to add to the mix then!! Maybe another Margaret Thatcher is what this country needs to get it back on an even keel again, even if only for a time. She wasn't all bad!! (she was the reason I didn't have to suffer school milk forever!!). Vix1
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2:45pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Georgem says...

Vix1 wrote:
Another moron to add to the mix then!! Maybe another Margaret Thatcher is what this country needs to get it back on an even keel again, even if only for a time. She wasn't all bad!! (she was the reason I didn't have to suffer school milk forever!!).
Well, eventually leaving school would have helped with that, too.
[quote][p][bold]Vix1[/bold] wrote: Another moron to add to the mix then!! Maybe another Margaret Thatcher is what this country needs to get it back on an even keel again, even if only for a time. She wasn't all bad!! (she was the reason I didn't have to suffer school milk forever!!).[/p][/quote]Well, eventually leaving school would have helped with that, too. Georgem
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2:47pm Sun 17 Feb 13

MGRA says...

rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine. MGRA
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2:55pm Sun 17 Feb 13

wagsta says...

a lot of people that comment negatively about thatcher either weren't around or didn't have to work when labour was in power in the 70's obviously. having racked up huge unemployment and blown all the country's money along with constant strikes they were thankfully voted out and the tories had to clean up the mess. fast forward to 2010 and we are back there again. no doubt labour will get in again at the next election and we'll be going through all this pain again in eight years time.
a lot of people that comment negatively about thatcher either weren't around or didn't have to work when labour was in power in the 70's obviously. having racked up huge unemployment and blown all the country's money along with constant strikes they were thankfully voted out and the tories had to clean up the mess. fast forward to 2010 and we are back there again. no doubt labour will get in again at the next election and we'll be going through all this pain again in eight years time. wagsta
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2:55pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Mr-La-De-Da-Gunner-Graham says...

SO? Weren't we ALL?
SO? Weren't we ALL? Mr-La-De-Da-Gunner-Graham
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3:02pm Sun 17 Feb 13

jojotgirl says...

Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
au contraire Scatgirl............
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[quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]au contraire Scatgirl............ ..... jojotgirl
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3:02pm Sun 17 Feb 13

MGRA says...

wagsta wrote:
a lot of people that comment negatively about thatcher either weren't around or didn't have to work when labour was in power in the 70's obviously. having racked up huge unemployment and blown all the country's money along with constant strikes they were thankfully voted out and the tories had to clean up the mess. fast forward to 2010 and we are back there again. no doubt labour will get in again at the next election and we'll be going through all this pain again in eight years time.
this happens because of the uneducated masses. Its why Labour does not want to improve education,they need rubbish teachers and uneducated in the millions to swallow their cr@p and vote for them.
[quote][p][bold]wagsta[/bold] wrote: a lot of people that comment negatively about thatcher either weren't around or didn't have to work when labour was in power in the 70's obviously. having racked up huge unemployment and blown all the country's money along with constant strikes they were thankfully voted out and the tories had to clean up the mess. fast forward to 2010 and we are back there again. no doubt labour will get in again at the next election and we'll be going through all this pain again in eight years time.[/p][/quote]this happens because of the uneducated masses. Its why Labour does not want to improve education,they need rubbish teachers and uneducated in the millions to swallow their cr@p and vote for them. MGRA
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3:03pm Sun 17 Feb 13

st1halo says...

rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Not really, she did abate our rapid descent to 'Metropolis' by seizing power from the unions and enabled opportunities of wealth for the working classes.
Unfortunately like most politicians she yielded to political idealism rather than realise her potential as a public servant. They all do pretty much.

As for the comments of Mr O'Farrell, A modicum of decency is the very least we should expect from our prospective MP's so he can hardly be excused.
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Not really, she did abate our rapid descent to 'Metropolis' by seizing power from the unions and enabled opportunities of wealth for the working classes. Unfortunately like most politicians she yielded to political idealism rather than realise her potential as a public servant. They all do pretty much. As for the comments of Mr O'Farrell, A modicum of decency is the very least we should expect from our prospective MP's so he can hardly be excused. st1halo
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3:12pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Linesman says...

MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners. Linesman
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3:18pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Linesman says...

wagsta wrote:
a lot of people that comment negatively about thatcher either weren't around or didn't have to work when labour was in power in the 70's obviously. having racked up huge unemployment and blown all the country's money along with constant strikes they were thankfully voted out and the tories had to clean up the mess. fast forward to 2010 and we are back there again. no doubt labour will get in again at the next election and we'll be going through all this pain again in eight years time.
Clean up the mess!

You must be joking!

She won the election on the slogan, 'Labour is not working' showing a long queue of people representing the unemployed, but the unemployment figures increased under her administration.

We had interest rates in their teens, which saw many people lose their homes because they could not afford the increase in their morgage payments, and the only growth in the job market was for bailiffs.

Add to that the financial mess she got the country in with Black Wednesday, and that was after she had sold off virtually all of the country's assets, which is why North Sea oil and gas, like gas and electricity is in the hands of foreign companies.
[quote][p][bold]wagsta[/bold] wrote: a lot of people that comment negatively about thatcher either weren't around or didn't have to work when labour was in power in the 70's obviously. having racked up huge unemployment and blown all the country's money along with constant strikes they were thankfully voted out and the tories had to clean up the mess. fast forward to 2010 and we are back there again. no doubt labour will get in again at the next election and we'll be going through all this pain again in eight years time.[/p][/quote]Clean up the mess! You must be joking! She won the election on the slogan, 'Labour is not working' showing a long queue of people representing the unemployed, but the unemployment figures increased under her administration. We had interest rates in their teens, which saw many people lose their homes because they could not afford the increase in their morgage payments, and the only growth in the job market was for bailiffs. Add to that the financial mess she got the country in with Black Wednesday, and that was after she had sold off virtually all of the country's assets, which is why North Sea oil and gas, like gas and electricity is in the hands of foreign companies. Linesman
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3:31pm Sun 17 Feb 13

redsnapper says...

There are many of us who despise Thatcher, but haven.t had time to write a book since she handbagged British society, and privatised everything in sight to contribute heavily to the mess we are in right now. In the process she run down schools and hospitals, introduced poll tax not forgetting Black Wednesday when her Chancellor spent £27 billion propping up sterling.

Plenty of reasons to dislike her.
There are many of us who despise Thatcher, but haven.t had time to write a book since she handbagged British society, and privatised everything in sight to contribute heavily to the mess we are in right now. In the process she run down schools and hospitals, introduced poll tax not forgetting Black Wednesday when her Chancellor spent £27 billion propping up sterling. Plenty of reasons to dislike her. redsnapper
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3:32pm Sun 17 Feb 13

georgetheseventh says...

Tebbit quote an incontinental reprobate !..surely it was Maggie who was incontinent Norm ?.
She did a couple of 'good' things but still sad she missed the fireworks.
Obviously the Iron Lady is quote NOT FOR BURNING
Tebbit quote an incontinental reprobate !..surely it was Maggie who was incontinent Norm ?. She did a couple of 'good' things but still sad she missed the fireworks. Obviously the Iron Lady is quote NOT FOR BURNING georgetheseventh
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3:41pm Sun 17 Feb 13

skin2000 says...

Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open. skin2000
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3:47pm Sun 17 Feb 13

andysaint says...

MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
I dont think we should be taking the comments of this guy too seriously - after all i cant see him winning here. The comments perhaps should have been taken in context - a poorly judged joke?
The other point here is history has to be put in context - i hated Thatcher for her demolition of all things i held dear - but that was then and yes even i think the unions are outdated - part of our past.
But so was Thatcher - shes part of a past i dont think we can be proud of as well - so yes im a part of 'the lazy stupid half' but MGRA - so are you.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]I dont think we should be taking the comments of this guy too seriously - after all i cant see him winning here. The comments perhaps should have been taken in context - a poorly judged joke? The other point here is history has to be put in context - i hated Thatcher for her demolition of all things i held dear - but that was then and yes even i think the unions are outdated - part of our past. But so was Thatcher - shes part of a past i dont think we can be proud of as well - so yes im a part of 'the lazy stupid half' but MGRA - so are you. andysaint
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3:54pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Stillness says...

To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.
To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway. Stillness
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4:01pm Sun 17 Feb 13

rightway says...

I hope John O'farrel is man enough to admit to what he said and wrote.
Unlike most of todays politicians who's opinions change with each breath they take.
I hope John O'farrel is man enough to admit to what he said and wrote. Unlike most of todays politicians who's opinions change with each breath they take. rightway
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4:17pm Sun 17 Feb 13

THEKILLER says...

Right that's the Tory & Labour unfit to represent Eastleigh, keep going until only the Monster Raving Loony is left !!!!
Right that's the Tory & Labour unfit to represent Eastleigh, keep going until only the Monster Raving Loony is left !!!! THEKILLER
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4:24pm Sun 17 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Vote for Hope it's all we have got left.
Vote for Hope it's all we have got left. OSPREYSAINT
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4:27pm Sun 17 Feb 13

skin2000 says...

Stillness wrote:
To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.
The theme of the story is what O'farrell said about Thatcher, and the reasons why he said what he said. It's not about milk.
[quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.[/p][/quote]The theme of the story is what O'farrell said about Thatcher, and the reasons why he said what he said. It's not about milk. skin2000
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4:33pm Sun 17 Feb 13

freefinker says...

.. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
.. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go. freefinker
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4:37pm Sun 17 Feb 13

sparkster says...

I know not everyone liked Maggie Thatcher or agreed with her policies but she did get things done rather than just talk. As for 0'Farrell if he felt that way about Margaret Thatcher now was not the time to mention it, he hasnt exactly helped himself. Perhaps he should be careful what he wishes for in future
I know not everyone liked Maggie Thatcher or agreed with her policies but she did get things done rather than just talk. As for 0'Farrell if he felt that way about Margaret Thatcher now was not the time to mention it, he hasnt exactly helped himself. Perhaps he should be careful what he wishes for in future sparkster
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4:40pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

What ever you think of Maggie she definitely was not all bad. It was her government that introduced security of tenure to council homes, something the current lot of rich property owning bankers have removed. I wonder if C'moron's Echo will be printing any similar historical articles on the Tory candidate.
What ever you think of Maggie she definitely was not all bad. It was her government that introduced security of tenure to council homes, something the current lot of rich property owning bankers have removed. I wonder if C'moron's Echo will be printing any similar historical articles on the Tory candidate. Inform Al
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4:57pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Stillness says...

skin2000 wrote:
Stillness wrote:
To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.
The theme of the story is what O'farrell said about Thatcher, and the reasons why he said what he said. It's not about milk.
The theme of the story is what this man said, not who he said it about. It was a politically inept thing to say and that should give a clue as to his political worth.
[quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.[/p][/quote]The theme of the story is what O'farrell said about Thatcher, and the reasons why he said what he said. It's not about milk.[/p][/quote]The theme of the story is what this man said, not who he said it about. It was a politically inept thing to say and that should give a clue as to his political worth. Stillness
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5:08pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Lone Ranger. says...

Look forward to the Echo digging the dirt on the Tory, Lib Dem and UKIP candidates from 25 years ago.
.
Surely the News Team can find something .......
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What about Maria Hutchings ladders her tights in M&S on her way home.
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Mike Thornton's chain comes off his bike whilst riding to work.
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Diane James breaks up with boyfriend from college...
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Yes all total trash ...... But it keeps the Echo forum open to quotes and gives Tory Boy MiGRAine something to vent his spleen on
Look forward to the Echo digging the dirt on the Tory, Lib Dem and UKIP candidates from 25 years ago. . Surely the News Team can find something ....... . What about Maria Hutchings ladders her tights in M&S on her way home. . Mike Thornton's chain comes off his bike whilst riding to work. . Diane James breaks up with boyfriend from college... . Yes all total trash ...... But it keeps the Echo forum open to quotes and gives Tory Boy MiGRAine something to vent his spleen on Lone Ranger.
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5:08pm Sun 17 Feb 13

On the inside says...

The biggest outrage is that she is still alive.
The biggest outrage is that she is still alive. On the inside
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5:23pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Linesman says...

skin2000 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.
And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.
[quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.[/p][/quote]And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing. Linesman
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5:23pm Sun 17 Feb 13

sparkster says...

I dont wish anyone to die, you never know what's waiting for you round the corner, my theory is live and let live, there are people i don't like but i'd never wish any harm on them
I dont wish anyone to die, you never know what's waiting for you round the corner, my theory is live and let live, there are people i don't like but i'd never wish any harm on them sparkster
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5:31pm Sun 17 Feb 13

rightway says...

On the inside wrote:
The biggest outrage is that she is still alive.
Let’s hope she remains alive for a very long time .Who known what kind of apocalypse will be released when she enters Beelzebub’s kingdom and stages her own coup de etat.
[quote][p][bold]On the inside[/bold] wrote: The biggest outrage is that she is still alive.[/p][/quote]Let’s hope she remains alive for a very long time .Who known what kind of apocalypse will be released when she enters Beelzebub’s kingdom and stages her own coup de etat. rightway
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5:41pm Sun 17 Feb 13

NetleyNed says...

How does this lump of lowlife hope to get elected with these obnoxious views. I don't care who wins but I hope to goodness thast it;s not him. Truly pathetic!!!
How does this lump of lowlife hope to get elected with these obnoxious views. I don't care who wins but I hope to goodness thast it;s not him. Truly pathetic!!! NetleyNed
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5:55pm Sun 17 Feb 13

MGRA says...

NetleyNed wrote:
How does this lump of lowlife hope to get elected with these obnoxious views. I don't care who wins but I hope to goodness thast it;s not him. Truly pathetic!!!
he won't win. Labour get destroyed in eastleigh every time, this maggot will just matters worse for them.
[quote][p][bold]NetleyNed[/bold] wrote: How does this lump of lowlife hope to get elected with these obnoxious views. I don't care who wins but I hope to goodness thast it;s not him. Truly pathetic!!![/p][/quote]he won't win. Labour get destroyed in eastleigh every time, this maggot will just matters worse for them. MGRA
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6:02pm Sun 17 Feb 13

derek james says...

freefinker wrote:
.. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.[/p][/quote]so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are derek james
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6:08pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

My view at the start of all this was that Labour could be in with a shout, given the right candidate and the right campaign. I stand by it. So on both counts, that's that then.
My view at the start of all this was that Labour could be in with a shout, given the right candidate and the right campaign. I stand by it. So on both counts, that's that then. Stephen J
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6:15pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Markmag says...

LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today...

Really? To me the story is

Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties.

Which to me, ain't news.

Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.
LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today... Really? To me the story is Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties. Which to me, ain't news. Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing. Markmag
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6:20pm Sun 17 Feb 13

freefinker says...

derek james wrote:
freefinker wrote:
.. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are
.. oh, yet another who makes assumptions as to my gender. Tut, tut.

It's not a matter of 'waiting for the day'; I have plenty to be getting on with debunking the science denying, 'no such thing as global warming’ conspiracy theorists. But when it does happen I will have a little gig.
[quote][p][bold]derek james[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.[/p][/quote]so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are[/p][/quote].. oh, yet another who makes assumptions as to my gender. Tut, tut. It's not a matter of 'waiting for the day'; I have plenty to be getting on with debunking the science denying, 'no such thing as global warming’ conspiracy theorists. But when it does happen I will have a little gig. freefinker
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6:27pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Frank28 says...

Another case of sour grapes from the loony left.
Another case of sour grapes from the loony left. Frank28
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6:32pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Mary80 says...

I don't like some people in my life i would never say stupid things like "i was disappointed they didnt die" its a terrible crass thing to say he should be ashamed of himself
I don't like some people in my life i would never say stupid things like "i was disappointed they didnt die" its a terrible crass thing to say he should be ashamed of himself Mary80
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6:47pm Sun 17 Feb 13

chrisja says...

Well yes, him and 60 million other people I should imagine!
Well yes, him and 60 million other people I should imagine! chrisja
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6:55pm Sun 17 Feb 13

The Watcher says...

What next from The Echo?
.
A reprint and in depth investigation in to all the Spitting Image scripts this individual wrote?
.
The clue is in his old job title, satirist, comedy writer, broadcaster.
.
Move along, nothing to see here.
What next from The Echo? . A reprint and in depth investigation in to all the Spitting Image scripts this individual wrote? . The clue is in his old job title, satirist, comedy writer, broadcaster. . Move along, nothing to see here. The Watcher
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7:32pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Brusher Mills says...

rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
And that generation created the mess this country is in now, voting in the Labour party in the 90's etc
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]And that generation created the mess this country is in now, voting in the Labour party in the 90's etc Brusher Mills
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7:45pm Sun 17 Feb 13

solomum says...

It is one thing not to like someone (though he probably did not actually know her, and how can you dislike someone you do not know) but totally another to wish harm on them. I truly hope that he, with his despicable views, does not get elected
It is one thing not to like someone (though he probably did not actually know her, and how can you dislike someone you do not know) but totally another to wish harm on them. I truly hope that he, with his despicable views, does not get elected solomum
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7:50pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Linesman says...

Brusher Mills wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
And that generation created the mess this country is in now, voting in the Labour party in the 90's etc
The words of a snake in the grass?
[quote][p][bold]Brusher Mills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]And that generation created the mess this country is in now, voting in the Labour party in the 90's etc[/p][/quote]The words of a snake in the grass? Linesman
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7:57pm Sun 17 Feb 13

SotonRob says...

Markmag wrote:
LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today...

Really? To me the story is

Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties.

Which to me, ain't news.

Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.
Couldn't agree more.
[quote][p][bold]Markmag[/bold] wrote: LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today... Really? To me the story is Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties. Which to me, ain't news. Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more. SotonRob
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8:05pm Sun 17 Feb 13

The Watcher says...

solomum wrote:
It is one thing not to like someone (though he probably did not actually know her, and how can you dislike someone you do not know) but totally another to wish harm on them. I truly hope that he, with his despicable views, does not get elected
Oh he won't get elected and the Conservative's candidates foot in mouth approach to canvassing means the Lib Dems will sneak back in.
.
Same old, same old.
[quote][p][bold]solomum[/bold] wrote: It is one thing not to like someone (though he probably did not actually know her, and how can you dislike someone you do not know) but totally another to wish harm on them. I truly hope that he, with his despicable views, does not get elected[/p][/quote]Oh he won't get elected and the Conservative's candidates foot in mouth approach to canvassing means the Lib Dems will sneak back in. . Same old, same old. The Watcher
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8:05pm Sun 17 Feb 13

MGRA says...

SotonRob wrote:
Markmag wrote:
LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today...

Really? To me the story is

Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties.

Which to me, ain't news.

Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.
Couldn't agree more.
then you have not realised the media attention to this, its news alright, except for the labotomised lefties...
[quote][p][bold]SotonRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markmag[/bold] wrote: LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today... Really? To me the story is Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties. Which to me, ain't news. Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more.[/p][/quote]then you have not realised the media attention to this, its news alright, except for the labotomised lefties... MGRA
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8:07pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Linesman says...

I notice that the 'non-politically biased' Echo has not made mention of Maria Hutchings' comments about how state schools are not good enough for her genius son.

That is her view NOW, not what she said 10 years ago.
I notice that the 'non-politically biased' Echo has not made mention of Maria Hutchings' comments about how state schools are not good enough for her genius son. That is her view NOW, not what she said 10 years ago. Linesman
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8:34pm Sun 17 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Stillness wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
Stillness wrote:
To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.
The theme of the story is what O'farrell said about Thatcher, and the reasons why he said what he said. It's not about milk.
The theme of the story is what this man said, not who he said it about. It was a politically inept thing to say and that should give a clue as to his political worth.
Politically inept and modern day politicians......hmm
? I'm never shocked or surprised by most of these greedy, self centred idiots.
[quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: To get the thread of the story back on track it is about O'farrell not Thatcher. Still it's nice to see the cream of Labour supporters rising to the top. Well the sour milk anyway.[/p][/quote]The theme of the story is what O'farrell said about Thatcher, and the reasons why he said what he said. It's not about milk.[/p][/quote]The theme of the story is what this man said, not who he said it about. It was a politically inept thing to say and that should give a clue as to his political worth.[/p][/quote]Politically inept and modern day politicians......hmm ? I'm never shocked or surprised by most of these greedy, self centred idiots. St.Winch70
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8:43pm Sun 17 Feb 13

LancashireLad says...

So here we have it laid bare so early in the election campaigning; the real nasty exposed. Anyone blogging on the Guardian political blogs over recent years will be left in no doubt that the liberals and the left wing champagne socialists are probably the least tolerant of all groups in the UK today. Its is time for a real change to vote for the party that says it has it is without resorting to such nasty personal attacks. Vote UKIP and make history in Eastleigh.... Whatever Thatcher was, such dispicable words 'to wish someone dead in a terrorist bomb' from someone who should know better are the politics of the gutter and ugly intolerant left ;
they have no place in UK democracy: Behind the smarm of New Labour this is the reality!
So here we have it laid bare so early in the election campaigning; the real nasty exposed. Anyone blogging on the Guardian political blogs over recent years will be left in no doubt that the liberals and the left wing champagne socialists are probably the least tolerant of all groups in the UK today. Its is time for a real change to vote for the party that says it has it is without resorting to such nasty personal attacks. Vote UKIP and make history in Eastleigh.... Whatever Thatcher was, such dispicable words 'to wish someone dead in a terrorist bomb' from someone who should know better are the politics of the gutter and ugly intolerant left ; they have no place in UK democracy: Behind the smarm of New Labour this is the reality! LancashireLad
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8:54pm Sun 17 Feb 13

LancashireLad says...

ComRes. Poll out today confirms the rise and rise of UKIP and the demise of the Liberal Democrats: Labour 36% Conservatives 31% UK Independence Party 15% and Liberal Democrats on a miserly 8% ! Poll conducted on behalf of Independent on Sunday & The Sunday Mirror.
ComRes. Poll out today confirms the rise and rise of UKIP and the demise of the Liberal Democrats: Labour 36% Conservatives 31% UK Independence Party 15% and Liberal Democrats on a miserly 8% ! Poll conducted on behalf of Independent on Sunday & The Sunday Mirror. LancashireLad
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9:01pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Sir Ad E Noid says...

MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
Totally agree.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. Sir Ad E Noid
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9:03pm Sun 17 Feb 13

derek james says...

freefinker wrote:
derek james wrote:
freefinker wrote:
.. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are
.. oh, yet another who makes assumptions as to my gender. Tut, tut.

It's not a matter of 'waiting for the day'; I have plenty to be getting on with debunking the science denying, 'no such thing as global warming’ conspiracy theorists. But when it does happen I will have a little gig.
so far you have succeeded in debunking nothing at all, no one is denying global warming exists, just what causes it as you well know it's been warmer and colder in the past with no help from mankind, as to your gender, wouldn't be surprised if that's been changed with a little help from mankind!
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]derek james[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.[/p][/quote]so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are[/p][/quote].. oh, yet another who makes assumptions as to my gender. Tut, tut. It's not a matter of 'waiting for the day'; I have plenty to be getting on with debunking the science denying, 'no such thing as global warming’ conspiracy theorists. But when it does happen I will have a little gig.[/p][/quote]so far you have succeeded in debunking nothing at all, no one is denying global warming exists, just what causes it as you well know it's been warmer and colder in the past with no help from mankind, as to your gender, wouldn't be surprised if that's been changed with a little help from mankind! derek james
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9:09pm Sun 17 Feb 13

LeTissiersEarLobe says...

what a tosser
what a tosser LeTissiersEarLobe
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9:22pm Sun 17 Feb 13

J.P.M says...

I welcome the day when not only the claw, but her whole family are forgotten.

The Drunk
The Thief
The Liar

With power comes responsibility - but for the evil it brings corruption.
I welcome the day when not only the claw, but her whole family are forgotten. The Drunk The Thief The Liar With power comes responsibility - but for the evil it brings corruption. J.P.M
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9:31pm Sun 17 Feb 13

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.
And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.
Linesman come off it! you know that the Left Wing Union leaders of those days (King Arthur) used bullyboy tactics.
I was a junior clerk in the docks & witnessed a vote by Dockies where the strike vote was defeated by two vote I left to do a delivery for my boss & saw a gang around four men beating the c+ap out of them I went back to work & there was another gathering outside my office & the vote went in favour of a strike.
Pickets weren't peaceful pickets & you were in trouble if you tried going to work so why paint the picture as Maggie the beater of workers?
It was the Unions destroyers of Jobs .
It was Unions where the hospitals could only do emergency operations due to the power strikes.
It was Mountains of rubbish with rats every where & it was bodies spilling out of the morgue,
Do you not remember the song You Can't get me I'm part of the Union till the day I die? that was the problem & Maggie sorted it & if she had to use force she did as some one had to do it.
Labour backed out of it & allowed the Unions to run riot that's why they were voted out.
This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable how can he be a Candidate for the British Government?
O'Farrel would he be better off standing in N/S Irelands elections?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.[/p][/quote]And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.[/p][/quote]Linesman come off it! you know that the Left Wing Union leaders of those days (King Arthur) used bullyboy tactics. I was a junior clerk in the docks & witnessed a vote by Dockies where the strike vote was defeated by two vote I left to do a delivery for my boss & saw a gang around four men beating the c+ap out of them I went back to work & there was another gathering outside my office & the vote went in favour of a strike. Pickets weren't peaceful pickets & you were in trouble if you tried going to work so why paint the picture as Maggie the beater of workers? It was the Unions destroyers of Jobs . It was Unions where the hospitals could only do emergency operations due to the power strikes. It was Mountains of rubbish with rats every where & it was bodies spilling out of the morgue, Do you not remember the song You Can't get me I'm part of the Union till the day I die? that was the problem & Maggie sorted it & if she had to use force she did as some one had to do it. Labour backed out of it & allowed the Unions to run riot that's why they were voted out. This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable how can he be a Candidate for the British Government? O'Farrel would he be better off standing in N/S Irelands elections? loosehead
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9:46pm Sun 17 Feb 13

J.P.M says...

"This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable"

EVER HEARD OF GERMANY?
"This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable" EVER HEARD OF GERMANY? J.P.M
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9:58pm Sun 17 Feb 13

derek james says...

LancashireLad wrote:
ComRes. Poll out today confirms the rise and rise of UKIP and the demise of the Liberal Democrats: Labour 36% Conservatives 31% UK Independence Party 15% and Liberal Democrats on a miserly 8% ! Poll conducted on behalf of Independent on Sunday & The Sunday Mirror.
we're in a similar situation to a hundred or so years ago, it was just the liberals and tories and labour was a new party but it grew into a major party, hopefully ukip will, 10 years from 0-15 pc the major parties ought to be worried
[quote][p][bold]LancashireLad[/bold] wrote: ComRes. Poll out today confirms the rise and rise of UKIP and the demise of the Liberal Democrats: Labour 36% Conservatives 31% UK Independence Party 15% and Liberal Democrats on a miserly 8% ! Poll conducted on behalf of Independent on Sunday & The Sunday Mirror.[/p][/quote]we're in a similar situation to a hundred or so years ago, it was just the liberals and tories and labour was a new party but it grew into a major party, hopefully ukip will, 10 years from 0-15 pc the major parties ought to be worried derek james
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10:04pm Sun 17 Feb 13

MGRA says...

J.P.M wrote:
"This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable"

EVER HEARD OF GERMANY?
he is a maggot.... PERFECT for labour.... vote for that Sh1te if you want to , but look at yourself in the mirror and understand what you are looking at.
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: "This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable" EVER HEARD OF GERMANY?[/p][/quote]he is a maggot.... PERFECT for labour.... vote for that Sh1te if you want to , but look at yourself in the mirror and understand what you are looking at. MGRA
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10:14pm Sun 17 Feb 13

The Watcher says...

J.P.M wrote:
"This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable"

EVER HEARD OF GERMANY?
Really, can only presume you never watched Spitting Image in the 80s. You'd have blown a blood vessel.
.
Satire & Comedy vs Shouty types.
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: "This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable" EVER HEARD OF GERMANY?[/p][/quote]Really, can only presume you never watched Spitting Image in the 80s. You'd have blown a blood vessel. . Satire & Comedy vs Shouty types. The Watcher
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10:37pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.
And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.
Linesman come off it! you know that the Left Wing Union leaders of those days (King Arthur) used bullyboy tactics.
I was a junior clerk in the docks & witnessed a vote by Dockies where the strike vote was defeated by two vote I left to do a delivery for my boss & saw a gang around four men beating the c+ap out of them I went back to work & there was another gathering outside my office & the vote went in favour of a strike.
Pickets weren't peaceful pickets & you were in trouble if you tried going to work so why paint the picture as Maggie the beater of workers?
It was the Unions destroyers of Jobs .
It was Unions where the hospitals could only do emergency operations due to the power strikes.
It was Mountains of rubbish with rats every where & it was bodies spilling out of the morgue,
Do you not remember the song You Can't get me I'm part of the Union till the day I die? that was the problem & Maggie sorted it & if she had to use force she did as some one had to do it.
Labour backed out of it & allowed the Unions to run riot that's why they were voted out.
This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable how can he be a Candidate for the British Government?
O'Farrel would he be better off standing in N/S Irelands elections?
Believe what you wish.

Why did the police have their identification numbers removed from their epaulettes?

If what you say happened in the docks is true, then it was as a result of apathy by the union membership as happened years earlier with the Electricians union.

The big difference between what happened in the docks and what happened with the police is that IF there was any violence in the docks, it was between dock workers, who were not public servants that tax payers were funding.

The Police are, and were then, public servants, upholding the law of the land. The actions that they took part in were not in accordance with the law of the land.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.[/p][/quote]And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.[/p][/quote]Linesman come off it! you know that the Left Wing Union leaders of those days (King Arthur) used bullyboy tactics. I was a junior clerk in the docks & witnessed a vote by Dockies where the strike vote was defeated by two vote I left to do a delivery for my boss & saw a gang around four men beating the c+ap out of them I went back to work & there was another gathering outside my office & the vote went in favour of a strike. Pickets weren't peaceful pickets & you were in trouble if you tried going to work so why paint the picture as Maggie the beater of workers? It was the Unions destroyers of Jobs . It was Unions where the hospitals could only do emergency operations due to the power strikes. It was Mountains of rubbish with rats every where & it was bodies spilling out of the morgue, Do you not remember the song You Can't get me I'm part of the Union till the day I die? that was the problem & Maggie sorted it & if she had to use force she did as some one had to do it. Labour backed out of it & allowed the Unions to run riot that's why they were voted out. This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable how can he be a Candidate for the British Government? O'Farrel would he be better off standing in N/S Irelands elections?[/p][/quote]Believe what you wish. Why did the police have their identification numbers removed from their epaulettes? If what you say happened in the docks is true, then it was as a result of apathy by the union membership as happened years earlier with the Electricians union. The big difference between what happened in the docks and what happened with the police is that IF there was any violence in the docks, it was between dock workers, who were not public servants that tax payers were funding. The Police are, and were then, public servants, upholding the law of the land. The actions that they took part in were not in accordance with the law of the land. Linesman
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10:52pm Sun 17 Feb 13

J.P.M says...

I don't think this DE attempt to discredit him has had the right effect.....

Just read MTP poll that puts him 9% up on the rest (17th Feb @ 17:00)
I don't think this DE attempt to discredit him has had the right effect..... Just read MTP poll that puts him 9% up on the rest (17th Feb @ 17:00) J.P.M
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9:21am Mon 18 Feb 13

aldermoorboy says...

Sad Labour, bad Labour, want our soldiers to die losing a war, want terrorist to kill our leaders, what sort of scum are you?
Sad Labour, bad Labour, want our soldiers to die losing a war, want terrorist to kill our leaders, what sort of scum are you? aldermoorboy
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9:47am Mon 18 Feb 13

noodlesnewman says...

rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx noodlesnewman
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10:24am Mon 18 Feb 13

freefinker says...

noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
.. golly gosh, who'd 'ave thought that?

'our priority is third world depolution'? Suppose we could all do with some of that, whatever it is.

Still, had a good laugh.
[quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote].. golly gosh, who'd 'ave thought that? 'our priority is third world depolution'? Suppose we could all do with some of that, whatever it is. Still, had a good laugh. freefinker
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10:30am Mon 18 Feb 13

Torchie1 says...

noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.
[quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote]I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful. Torchie1
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10:31am Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

J.P.M wrote:
I don't think this DE attempt to discredit him has had the right effect.....

Just read MTP poll that puts him 9% up on the rest (17th Feb @ 17:00)
Some like that would increase his popularity, Thatcher is greatly hated.
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: I don't think this DE attempt to discredit him has had the right effect..... Just read MTP poll that puts him 9% up on the rest (17th Feb @ 17:00)[/p][/quote]Some like that would increase his popularity, Thatcher is greatly hated. southy
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10:37am Mon 18 Feb 13

CharlieOxbridge says...

So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children.
.
I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.
So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children. . I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament. CharlieOxbridge
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10:44am Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

CharlieOxbridge wrote:
So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children.
.
I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.
You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys
[quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children. . I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.[/p][/quote]You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys southy
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10:55am Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

southy wrote:
CharlieOxbridge wrote:
So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children.
.
I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.
You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys
As a Labour party member that would definitely vote UKIP if I lived in Eastleigh, I can say you talk a load of cr4p
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children. . I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.[/p][/quote]You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys[/p][/quote]As a Labour party member that would definitely vote UKIP if I lived in Eastleigh, I can say you talk a load of cr4p Inform Al
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11:04am Mon 18 Feb 13

Raxx says...

He was/is a comedy writer and satirist. Non-story.
He was/is a comedy writer and satirist. Non-story. Raxx
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11:06am Mon 18 Feb 13

sfby says...

Come on Echo - you can do better than that - surely as he's the Labour candidate he must have strangled a kitten or drowned a puppy - more research needed....
Come on Echo - you can do better than that - surely as he's the Labour candidate he must have strangled a kitten or drowned a puppy - more research needed.... sfby
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11:08am Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

Inform Al wrote:
southy wrote:
CharlieOxbridge wrote:
So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children.
.
I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.
You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys
As a Labour party member that would definitely vote UKIP if I lived in Eastleigh, I can say you talk a load of cr4p
Thats because your not a Labour voter.
Your a floatig voter.
If you are a party voter you will not change your vote.
[quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children. . I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.[/p][/quote]You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys[/p][/quote]As a Labour party member that would definitely vote UKIP if I lived in Eastleigh, I can say you talk a load of cr4p[/p][/quote]Thats because your not a Labour voter. Your a floatig voter. If you are a party voter you will not change your vote. southy
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11:10am Mon 18 Feb 13

noodlesnewman says...

Torchie1 wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.
your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .
[quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote]I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.[/p][/quote]your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have . noodlesnewman
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11:16am Mon 18 Feb 13

The Wickham Man says...

Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Only because the miners were used first as political stormtroopers by militant Union Leaders to smash a democratically elected government,
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Only because the miners were used first as political stormtroopers by militant Union Leaders to smash a democratically elected government, The Wickham Man
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11:22am Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

southy wrote:
Inform Al wrote:
southy wrote:
CharlieOxbridge wrote:
So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children.
.
I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.
You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys
As a Labour party member that would definitely vote UKIP if I lived in Eastleigh, I can say you talk a load of cr4p
Thats because your not a Labour voter.
Your a floatig voter.
If you are a party voter you will not change your vote.
Correct, I'm not anyones sheep. I'm capable of thinking for myself.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So we have a Labour candidate that wanted terrorism to kill our then Prime Minister, a Tory candidate who says that a state school isn’t good enough for her children. . I really hope Diane James gets voted in for UKIP. It's about time that the party had some represenation at Parliament.[/p][/quote]You all ready have, its your sister party the Torys[/p][/quote]As a Labour party member that would definitely vote UKIP if I lived in Eastleigh, I can say you talk a load of cr4p[/p][/quote]Thats because your not a Labour voter. Your a floatig voter. If you are a party voter you will not change your vote.[/p][/quote]Correct, I'm not anyones sheep. I'm capable of thinking for myself. Inform Al
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11:34am Mon 18 Feb 13

kingnotail says...

The unions cannot be absolved blame for the situation that led to the election of Margaret Thatcher, and I have almost as little time for them as I do for her extreme brand of neo-liberal capitalism. But...what she did to this country amounts to cultural and social genocide, via the most extreme form of economic blackmail. Just why was it necessary to abandon all our industries, which were once the best in the wordld? Coal, steel, cars, ships, planes - no other country in histroy (not even the US) has culled all of its manufacturing base with such ruthlessness so as to confine a whole generation to the scrapheap. The existence of an 'underclass' in UK society today is a direct legacy of Thatcherism. And why shouldn't people surrender to a life on benefits, when after all there is 'no such thing as society'?

All this aside, we are talking about a woman who called Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist', and supported the dictator Augusto Pinochet to his dying day, a man with the blood of tens of thousands of innocent Chileans on his hands. While it is always wrong to call for the death of anyone in a democratic society, there will always be a small part of me that does wish she had died that day.

And before all the right-wing backlash starts, I'd say the same about Arthur Scargill, the Militant tendency etc.
The unions cannot be absolved blame for the situation that led to the election of Margaret Thatcher, and I have almost as little time for them as I do for her extreme brand of neo-liberal capitalism. But...what she did to this country amounts to cultural and social genocide, via the most extreme form of economic blackmail. Just why was it necessary to abandon all our industries, which were once the best in the wordld? Coal, steel, cars, ships, planes - no other country in histroy (not even the US) has culled all of its manufacturing base with such ruthlessness so as to confine a whole generation to the scrapheap. The existence of an 'underclass' in UK society today is a direct legacy of Thatcherism. And why shouldn't people surrender to a life on benefits, when after all there is 'no such thing as society'? All this aside, we are talking about a woman who called Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist', and supported the dictator Augusto Pinochet to his dying day, a man with the blood of tens of thousands of innocent Chileans on his hands. While it is always wrong to call for the death of anyone in a democratic society, there will always be a small part of me that does wish she had died that day. And before all the right-wing backlash starts, I'd say the same about Arthur Scargill, the Militant tendency etc. kingnotail
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11:34am Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

The Wickham Man wrote:
Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Only because the miners were used first as political stormtroopers by militant Union Leaders to smash a democratically elected government,
They might been elected but people should have the right to remove any government at any time, and Ted Heath was a government that needed removing and fast, He and his Government took us into the, what we know today as the EU, wit out the vote "How Democratic was that" it was'nt it was a dicatatorship, just like Thatcher was a dictator.
[quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Only because the miners were used first as political stormtroopers by militant Union Leaders to smash a democratically elected government,[/p][/quote]They might been elected but people should have the right to remove any government at any time, and Ted Heath was a government that needed removing and fast, He and his Government took us into the, what we know today as the EU, wit out the vote "How Democratic was that" it was'nt it was a dicatatorship, just like Thatcher was a dictator. southy
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11:36am Mon 18 Feb 13

kingnotail says...

kingnotail wrote:
The unions cannot be absolved blame for the situation that led to the election of Margaret Thatcher, and I have almost as little time for them as I do for her extreme brand of neo-liberal capitalism. But...what she did to this country amounts to cultural and social genocide, via the most extreme form of economic blackmail. Just why was it necessary to abandon all our industries, which were once the best in the wordld? Coal, steel, cars, ships, planes - no other country in histroy (not even the US) has culled all of its manufacturing base with such ruthlessness so as to confine a whole generation to the scrapheap. The existence of an 'underclass' in UK society today is a direct legacy of Thatcherism. And why shouldn't people surrender to a life on benefits, when after all there is 'no such thing as society'?

All this aside, we are talking about a woman who called Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist', and supported the dictator Augusto Pinochet to his dying day, a man with the blood of tens of thousands of innocent Chileans on his hands. While it is always wrong to call for the death of anyone in a democratic society, there will always be a small part of me that does wish she had died that day.

And before all the right-wing backlash starts, I'd say the same about Arthur Scargill, the Militant tendency etc.
*history
[quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: The unions cannot be absolved blame for the situation that led to the election of Margaret Thatcher, and I have almost as little time for them as I do for her extreme brand of neo-liberal capitalism. But...what she did to this country amounts to cultural and social genocide, via the most extreme form of economic blackmail. Just why was it necessary to abandon all our industries, which were once the best in the wordld? Coal, steel, cars, ships, planes - no other country in histroy (not even the US) has culled all of its manufacturing base with such ruthlessness so as to confine a whole generation to the scrapheap. The existence of an 'underclass' in UK society today is a direct legacy of Thatcherism. And why shouldn't people surrender to a life on benefits, when after all there is 'no such thing as society'? All this aside, we are talking about a woman who called Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist', and supported the dictator Augusto Pinochet to his dying day, a man with the blood of tens of thousands of innocent Chileans on his hands. While it is always wrong to call for the death of anyone in a democratic society, there will always be a small part of me that does wish she had died that day. And before all the right-wing backlash starts, I'd say the same about Arthur Scargill, the Militant tendency etc.[/p][/quote]*history kingnotail
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11:37am Mon 18 Feb 13

Subject48 says...

Markmag says...
6:15pm Sun 17 Feb 13

LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today...

Really? To me the story is

Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties.

Which to me, ain't news.

Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.”


This.
Markmag says... 6:15pm Sun 17 Feb 13 LABOUR’S Eastleigh by-election hopeful is at the centre of a storm today... Really? To me the story is Satirical comedy political writer in the nineties, wrote political satirical comedy, in the nineties. Which to me, ain't news. Where is the Echo getting their storm from here - Tory central office? This is the sort of non story that fills politically biast national rags - the Echo should be above this sort of thing.” This. Subject48
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11:38am Mon 18 Feb 13

Subject48 says...

no imagine if franky boyle runs for mp in 20 years time....
no imagine if franky boyle runs for mp in 20 years time.... Subject48
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11:44am Mon 18 Feb 13

mfairman says...

I strongly disagree with propaganda in this way; if you are willing to slate one mp you must be prepared to say bad things about them all. This story is out of context and irrelevant to the by election! His views on Thatcher do not concern the way in which he will handle the Eastleigh constituency and makes the newspaper look ridiculous. On the topic of Thatcher however, the fact that conservatives who are considered Thatcherists are frowned upon by many suggests that she was too much for Britain and did not fulfil her duties. Alas this is irrelevant cos she is not part of the by election nor are her policies cos she was pm and not looking after one area so what o'farrell has to say about her doesnt matter. Thus this propaganda is bias unjust and out of context and that is clear to see so I suggest you reconsider your actions cos this paper no longer has moral high ground nor is it objective (as all papers) so why would one choose this over the sun when objectivity is not involved. This is not a report it an opinion so as you can tell it has irritated me. Rich coming from a 17 yr old huh?
I strongly disagree with propaganda in this way; if you are willing to slate one mp you must be prepared to say bad things about them all. This story is out of context and irrelevant to the by election! His views on Thatcher do not concern the way in which he will handle the Eastleigh constituency and makes the newspaper look ridiculous. On the topic of Thatcher however, the fact that conservatives who are considered Thatcherists are frowned upon by many suggests that she was too much for Britain and did not fulfil her duties. Alas this is irrelevant cos she is not part of the by election nor are her policies cos she was pm and not looking after one area so what o'farrell has to say about her doesnt matter. Thus this propaganda is bias unjust and out of context and that is clear to see so I suggest you reconsider your actions cos this paper no longer has moral high ground nor is it objective (as all papers) so why would one choose this over the sun when objectivity is not involved. This is not a report it an opinion so as you can tell it has irritated me. Rich coming from a 17 yr old huh? mfairman
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11:46am Mon 18 Feb 13

mfairman says...

I understand that all papers arr subjective but in this subject area I don't think it is right cos it is unfairly influential
I understand that all papers arr subjective but in this subject area I don't think it is right cos it is unfairly influential mfairman
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11:52am Mon 18 Feb 13

freefinker says...

noodlesnewman wrote:
Torchie1 wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.
your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .
.. so, it's Monster Raving Looney for you in this by election?

Although on second thoughts; no. They are far to serious when compared with your views.
[quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote]I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.[/p][/quote]your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .[/p][/quote].. so, it's Monster Raving Looney for you in this by election? Although on second thoughts; no. They are far to serious when compared with your views. freefinker
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12:05pm Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

Subject48 wrote:
no imagine if franky boyle runs for mp in 20 years time....
Yes just after what she said not to long ago, about the number of shovels and hole so deep you could pass her over to satan in person.
[quote][p][bold]Subject48[/bold] wrote: no imagine if franky boyle runs for mp in 20 years time....[/p][/quote]Yes just after what she said not to long ago, about the number of shovels and hole so deep you could pass her over to satan in person. southy
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12:06pm Mon 18 Feb 13

gillyman says...

rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers gillyman
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12:11pm Mon 18 Feb 13

sotonboy84 says...

derek james wrote:
freefinker wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are
Completely agree. Just another comment from the ignorant and uneducated…
[quote][p][bold]derek james[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.[/p][/quote]so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are[/p][/quote]Completely agree. Just another comment from the ignorant and uneducated… sotonboy84
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12:20pm Mon 18 Feb 13

mfairman says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
derek james wrote:
freefinker wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are
Completely agree. Just another comment from the ignorant and uneducated…
No no the way you both jumped to conclusions as assuming and so you don't know if they're ignorant or not as you don't know the meaning. Give people a chance is arrogant not to...
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]derek james[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.[/p][/quote]so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are[/p][/quote]Completely agree. Just another comment from the ignorant and uneducated…[/p][/quote]No no the way you both jumped to conclusions as assuming and so you don't know if they're ignorant or not as you don't know the meaning. Give people a chance is arrogant not to... mfairman
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12:23pm Mon 18 Feb 13

mfairman says...

Y'all are so bitchy there's no need to be mean to the person argue/debate your point if you must be going for the person is petty: "y'all must be uneducated" if you can't formulate a proper argument...
Y'all are so bitchy there's no need to be mean to the person argue/debate your point if you must be going for the person is petty: "y'all must be uneducated" if you can't formulate a proper argument... mfairman
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12:24pm Mon 18 Feb 13

mfairman says...

Y'all are so bitchy there's no need to be mean to the person argue/debate your point if you must be going for the person is petty: "y'all must be uneducated" if you can't formulate a proper argument...
Y'all are so bitchy there's no need to be mean to the person argue/debate your point if you must be going for the person is petty: "y'all must be uneducated" if you can't formulate a proper argument... mfairman
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12:24pm Mon 18 Feb 13

sotonboy84 says...

noodlesnewman wrote:
Torchie1 wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.
your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .
Jesus.

Takes them all to make the world go round I suppose!
[quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote]I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.[/p][/quote]your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .[/p][/quote]Jesus. Takes them all to make the world go round I suppose! sotonboy84
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12:25pm Mon 18 Feb 13

mfairman says...

,(sorry for posting it twice)
,(sorry for posting it twice) mfairman
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12:31pm Mon 18 Feb 13

sotonboy84 says...

mfairman wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
derek james wrote:
freefinker wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.
so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are
Completely agree. Just another comment from the ignorant and uneducated…
No no the way you both jumped to conclusions as assuming and so you don't know if they're ignorant or not as you don't know the meaning. Give people a chance is arrogant not to...
So implying you'll be happy and dancing when an old lady died is what exactly?

Think you need to read the post again. And speak English too.
[quote][p][bold]mfairman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]derek james[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: .. I don't wish for anyone to die an unnatural violent death, but that doesn't mean I'm not polishing by dancing boots for the day she does go.[/p][/quote]so you're waiting for the day when a widowed 80 something woman dies, what a sad little man you are[/p][/quote]Completely agree. Just another comment from the ignorant and uneducated…[/p][/quote]No no the way you both jumped to conclusions as assuming and so you don't know if they're ignorant or not as you don't know the meaning. Give people a chance is arrogant not to...[/p][/quote]So implying you'll be happy and dancing when an old lady died is what exactly? Think you need to read the post again. And speak English too. sotonboy84
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12:34pm Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

gillyman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers
She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major.
Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost
[quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers[/p][/quote]She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost southy
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12:50pm Mon 18 Feb 13

noodlesnewman says...

freefinker wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
Torchie1 wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.
your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .
.. so, it's Monster Raving Looney for you in this by election?

Although on second thoughts; no. They are far to serious when compared with your views.
anyone who votes is foolish and a monster loony, havent you realised our democracy is a complete and utter farce its a puppet show you birk ! Even i realised that before any research lol ! If you think jo publics vote counts then you are seriously deluded ! ITS fools like you that keep this puppet show going this country s run by the freemason politicians who by the way shout and ball at each at the house of lords , but politics is a banned subject in their lodges ,and find out for yourself who the elite masons really aspire to .It aint very godly i can tell you .
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote]I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.[/p][/quote]your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .[/p][/quote].. so, it's Monster Raving Looney for you in this by election? Although on second thoughts; no. They are far to serious when compared with your views.[/p][/quote]anyone who votes is foolish and a monster loony, havent you realised our democracy is a complete and utter farce its a puppet show you birk ! Even i realised that before any research lol ! If you think jo publics vote counts then you are seriously deluded ! ITS fools like you that keep this puppet show going this country s run by the freemason politicians who by the way shout and ball at each at the house of lords , but politics is a banned subject in their lodges ,and find out for yourself who the elite masons really aspire to .It aint very godly i can tell you . noodlesnewman
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12:56pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

noodlesnewman wrote:
freefinker wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
Torchie1 wrote:
noodlesnewman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx
I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.
your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .
.. so, it's Monster Raving Looney for you in this by election?

Although on second thoughts; no. They are far to serious when compared with your views.
anyone who votes is foolish and a monster loony, havent you realised our democracy is a complete and utter farce its a puppet show you birk ! Even i realised that before any research lol ! If you think jo publics vote counts then you are seriously deluded ! ITS fools like you that keep this puppet show going this country s run by the freemason politicians who by the way shout and ball at each at the house of lords , but politics is a banned subject in their lodges ,and find out for yourself who the elite masons really aspire to .It aint very godly i can tell you .
Oh dear, may I respectfully suggest that you make an appointment to see two doctors as soon as possible.
[quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]Thatcher was a creature of a prime minister but she was only following uk corporation agenda she was only a mouthpeice for a much much more sinister organisation . 42 out of 43 american presidents have royal blood ?? david cammeron is a blood relative to Q E 2 ?? The new world order is the main agenda all run by these secretive brotherhood organisations like the freemason s ! henry kissengers well known for quotting ,our priority is third world depolution ! ! since the end of the second world war a group of scientist have been covertly progressing forty two years to the masses one year , these people are attempting to play god .laugh and ignor this at your own peril !free energy was cracked years ago the masses are being dumbed down flouridated and have long been enslaved by the unlawfull birth certificate !! which is a contract that ties you into the uk corporation , has anyone signed this contract ? do your own research wake the hell up non of its what it seems . peace xxx[/p][/quote]I knew that there was a scientific programme that had been developing a 'stupid gene' but I didn't realise it had been successful.[/p][/quote]your a model sheep ! I feel sorry for you , do some indepth research , people like you cant face the truth cos the truth is ugly as hell and ignorance really is bliss . read william bramleys book , the gods of eden for a start , one of many many books explaining what certain strange bloodline famillys have been doing for thousands of years and they ve been systematicly distortoing contorting and rewritting earth s history .Bet you have not even heard of HAARP ?? They are even fixing the weather , strange how it dried out for our olympics and even stranger the draughts in ephiopia etc , do you honestly think all these earthquakes and their locations are by chance ? whole police forces reporting ufo s globally they cant all be liars ! something is very wrong with our planet right and expect the unexpected and fxxxxxx question everything ??? xxx get up to speed they have .[/p][/quote].. so, it's Monster Raving Looney for you in this by election? Although on second thoughts; no. They are far to serious when compared with your views.[/p][/quote]anyone who votes is foolish and a monster loony, havent you realised our democracy is a complete and utter farce its a puppet show you birk ! Even i realised that before any research lol ! If you think jo publics vote counts then you are seriously deluded ! ITS fools like you that keep this puppet show going this country s run by the freemason politicians who by the way shout and ball at each at the house of lords , but politics is a banned subject in their lodges ,and find out for yourself who the elite masons really aspire to .It aint very godly i can tell you .[/p][/quote]Oh dear, may I respectfully suggest that you make an appointment to see two doctors as soon as possible. Inform Al
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1:17pm Mon 18 Feb 13

gillyman says...

southy wrote:
gillyman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers
She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost
so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers[/p][/quote]She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost[/p][/quote]so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected gillyman
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1:30pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

gillyman wrote:
southy wrote:
gillyman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers
She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost
so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected
Personally I wouldn't have voted for any of the PMs since Maggie, who in my opinion was the last PM we had that actually had some good points, agreed not many. I've come to the conclusion that if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself but suspect that by the time I manage that I will be too old to care.
[quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers[/p][/quote]She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost[/p][/quote]so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected[/p][/quote]Personally I wouldn't have voted for any of the PMs since Maggie, who in my opinion was the last PM we had that actually had some good points, agreed not many. I've come to the conclusion that if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself but suspect that by the time I manage that I will be too old to care. Inform Al
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1:38pm Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

Inform Al wrote:
gillyman wrote:
southy wrote:
gillyman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers
She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost
so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected
Personally I wouldn't have voted for any of the PMs since Maggie, who in my opinion was the last PM we had that actually had some good points, agreed not many. I've come to the conclusion that if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself but suspect that by the time I manage that I will be too old to care.
Blairs a war crim just like Thatcher is, no so much about the Falklands, but her part in helping to stage a coop in another country
[quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers[/p][/quote]She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost[/p][/quote]so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected[/p][/quote]Personally I wouldn't have voted for any of the PMs since Maggie, who in my opinion was the last PM we had that actually had some good points, agreed not many. I've come to the conclusion that if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself but suspect that by the time I manage that I will be too old to care.[/p][/quote]Blairs a war crim just like Thatcher is, no so much about the Falklands, but her part in helping to stage a coop in another country southy
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1:43pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

southy wrote:
Inform Al wrote:
gillyman wrote:
southy wrote:
gillyman wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers
She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost
so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected
Personally I wouldn't have voted for any of the PMs since Maggie, who in my opinion was the last PM we had that actually had some good points, agreed not many. I've come to the conclusion that if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself but suspect that by the time I manage that I will be too old to care.
Blairs a war crim just like Thatcher is, no so much about the Falklands, but her part in helping to stage a coop in another country
Got a Coop just over the road, don't think Maggie had much to do with it though.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillyman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]respect for human life is the statement here. as i went to the falklands was he disappointed i spoilt his fantasy by coming back alive. also looking at the state this countries in today (immigration unemployment human rights etc.) was thatcher any worse or better than following prime ministers[/p][/quote]She was a hell of a lot worse than J. Major. Thatcher could of avoided that war, but insted she play Argentina, she egged them on, by cutting the Marines down to 1/3 making it look like if the Falklands was weak, she wanted that war and it nearly caught her out, she wanted that war to come a year later than it did. that way she could have the full 5 year term in office and use the war to be re-elected on, but it came early so she had to call the election early while the people was still in the state Euphoria, with out that she would of lost[/p][/quote]so where does your statement leave blair in the prime minister rankings fighting on foreign soil wasting soldiers lives to get re elected[/p][/quote]Personally I wouldn't have voted for any of the PMs since Maggie, who in my opinion was the last PM we had that actually had some good points, agreed not many. I've come to the conclusion that if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself but suspect that by the time I manage that I will be too old to care.[/p][/quote]Blairs a war crim just like Thatcher is, no so much about the Falklands, but her part in helping to stage a coop in another country[/p][/quote]Got a Coop just over the road, don't think Maggie had much to do with it though. Inform Al
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2:11pm Mon 18 Feb 13

mr.southampton says...

With things like social networking and Twitter storing a persons every utterance you have to wonder how the next generation of politicians will manage when the local rag trawls through their background looking for a spicy 'quote'
With things like social networking and Twitter storing a persons every utterance you have to wonder how the next generation of politicians will manage when the local rag trawls through their background looking for a spicy 'quote' mr.southampton
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2:13pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Subject48 says...

My post was meant to read:

Now imagine if Frankie Boyle(or anyone from have I got news for you) runs for PM in 20 years time...

@southy please dont quote my posts and reply with some gibberish, it gives me the wrong type of publicity! :)
My post was meant to read: Now imagine if Frankie Boyle(or anyone from have I got news for you) runs for PM in 20 years time... @southy please dont quote my posts and reply with some gibberish, it gives me the wrong type of publicity! :) Subject48
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2:43pm Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

Subject48 wrote:
My post was meant to read:

Now imagine if Frankie Boyle(or anyone from have I got news for you) runs for PM in 20 years time...

@southy please dont quote my posts and reply with some gibberish, it gives me the wrong type of publicity! :)
It was what was said 48
Full quote
"Though Frankie Boyle is more direct on the question of a state funeral: //“For 3 million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig a hole so deep we could hand her over to Satan in person (on Margaret Thatcher)”
― Frankie Boyle\\"
[quote][p][bold]Subject48[/bold] wrote: My post was meant to read: Now imagine if Frankie Boyle(or anyone from have I got news for you) runs for PM in 20 years time... @southy please dont quote my posts and reply with some gibberish, it gives me the wrong type of publicity! :)[/p][/quote]It was what was said 48 Full quote "Though Frankie Boyle is more direct on the question of a state funeral: //“For 3 million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig a hole so deep we could hand her over to Satan in person (on Margaret Thatcher)” ― Frankie Boyle\\" southy
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6:33pm Mon 18 Feb 13

cityboy74 says...

Absolutely ridiculous, i see everybody is jumping on the band wagon here,

Before judging the man who is : an author maybe you should all read his book first,its called" Things Can Only Get Better: Eighteen Miserable Years in the Life of a Labour Supporter" and it is actually a good book, and lets be honest I dont think anybody here has actually read it !! just the usual neg comments for the sake of it.....Genius.
Absolutely ridiculous, i see everybody is jumping on the band wagon here, Before judging the man who is : an author maybe you should all read his book first,its called" Things Can Only Get Better: Eighteen Miserable Years in the Life of a Labour Supporter" and it is actually a good book, and lets be honest I dont think anybody here has actually read it !! just the usual neg comments for the sake of it.....Genius. cityboy74
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11:22pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Niel says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
MGRA wrote:
rightway wrote:
Scatgirl wrote:
now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect!
Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh.
Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.
no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.
She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.
Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.
And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.
Linesman come off it! you know that the Left Wing Union leaders of those days (King Arthur) used bullyboy tactics.
I was a junior clerk in the docks & witnessed a vote by Dockies where the strike vote was defeated by two vote I left to do a delivery for my boss & saw a gang around four men beating the c+ap out of them I went back to work & there was another gathering outside my office & the vote went in favour of a strike.
Pickets weren't peaceful pickets & you were in trouble if you tried going to work so why paint the picture as Maggie the beater of workers?
It was the Unions destroyers of Jobs .
It was Unions where the hospitals could only do emergency operations due to the power strikes.
It was Mountains of rubbish with rats every where & it was bodies spilling out of the morgue,
Do you not remember the song You Can't get me I'm part of the Union till the day I die? that was the problem & Maggie sorted it & if she had to use force she did as some one had to do it.
Labour backed out of it & allowed the Unions to run riot that's why they were voted out.
This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable how can he be a Candidate for the British Government?
O'Farrel would he be better off standing in N/S Irelands elections?
Believe what you wish.

Why did the police have their identification numbers removed from their epaulettes?

If what you say happened in the docks is true, then it was as a result of apathy by the union membership as happened years earlier with the Electricians union.

The big difference between what happened in the docks and what happened with the police is that IF there was any violence in the docks, it was between dock workers, who were not public servants that tax payers were funding.

The Police are, and were then, public servants, upholding the law of the land. The actions that they took part in were not in accordance with the law of the land.
Some of Hampshire's finest earn't enough to buy detached houses on the over-time... Yes some did remove their identification numbers, to be told to put them back by more senior officers, I have direct family knowledge of that, but a large number without never had them, being old uniforms issued to serving members of the Army to make up numbers. No way could troops been seen on the streets, but dressed as coppers, not a problem.

As for what that woman did to our industry's, that will never be forgotten, nor forgiven by those of us thrown on the scrap-heap just as we finished our apprenticeships...

As far as Nu-Labia's chances go, the railway works, Pirelli and Ford's might have once made it a possibility, now the center of Beastly is the only area where they stand a chance, everywhere outside the center is too Lib-Con, in my experience of the place.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scatgirl[/bold] wrote: now there is a good reason not to vote for him, where is his respect![/p][/quote]Respect for thatcher.Don't make me laugh. Respect is earned, all she earned was contempt from a whole generation.[/p][/quote]no only half a generation, the stupid lazy half, the other half thanked her from dragging this country out of the grip of dinosaur unions. So speak for your half by all means, but not mine.[/p][/quote]She also used the Police as political Storm Troopers in her bid to smash the miners.[/p][/quote]Then she started to sell off the family silver...gas, electricity, water ect.Thus creating the 'loads of money' society. Then she handed the baton over to Blair and Brown, who then proceeded to make matters worse. Now only two countries have greater debt than ours, Japan and Ireland. So in hindsight she was bad for our country,and this is before all the cover ups, that will soon come out into the open.[/p][/quote]And the Tory-led coalition is adding to the debt, They are still borrowing.[/p][/quote]Linesman come off it! you know that the Left Wing Union leaders of those days (King Arthur) used bullyboy tactics. I was a junior clerk in the docks & witnessed a vote by Dockies where the strike vote was defeated by two vote I left to do a delivery for my boss & saw a gang around four men beating the c+ap out of them I went back to work & there was another gathering outside my office & the vote went in favour of a strike. Pickets weren't peaceful pickets & you were in trouble if you tried going to work so why paint the picture as Maggie the beater of workers? It was the Unions destroyers of Jobs . It was Unions where the hospitals could only do emergency operations due to the power strikes. It was Mountains of rubbish with rats every where & it was bodies spilling out of the morgue, Do you not remember the song You Can't get me I'm part of the Union till the day I die? that was the problem & Maggie sorted it & if she had to use force she did as some one had to do it. Labour backed out of it & allowed the Unions to run riot that's why they were voted out. This scum saying she or anyone should die in a political assassination or our troops should die & lose a war & our country men of the Falkland Islands should be ruled by Argentina is unbelievable how can he be a Candidate for the British Government? O'Farrel would he be better off standing in N/S Irelands elections?[/p][/quote]Believe what you wish. Why did the police have their identification numbers removed from their epaulettes? If what you say happened in the docks is true, then it was as a result of apathy by the union membership as happened years earlier with the Electricians union. The big difference between what happened in the docks and what happened with the police is that IF there was any violence in the docks, it was between dock workers, who were not public servants that tax payers were funding. The Police are, and were then, public servants, upholding the law of the land. The actions that they took part in were not in accordance with the law of the land.[/p][/quote]Some of Hampshire's finest earn't enough to buy detached houses on the over-time... Yes some did remove their identification numbers, to be told to put them back by more senior officers, I have direct family knowledge of that, but a large number without never had them, being old uniforms issued to serving members of the Army to make up numbers. No way could troops been seen on the streets, but dressed as coppers, not a problem. As for what that woman did to our industry's, that will never be forgotten, nor forgiven by those of us thrown on the scrap-heap just as we finished our apprenticeships... As far as Nu-Labia's chances go, the railway works, Pirelli and Ford's might have once made it a possibility, now the center of Beastly is the only area where they stand a chance, everywhere outside the center is too Lib-Con, in my experience of the place. Niel
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