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General Election 12 December.

nikki-red

This is NOT to become a second Brexit thread.

Thank you.

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9 minutes ago, Anna B said:

IMO Boris Johnson is the most appalling man. He might be superficially charming, but you don't have to drill down very far to find a shallow opportunist and serial liar. He can lie to his wives and girlfriends as much as he pleases, but not to the public he expects to vote for him. This ex- Bullingdon club member hasn't grown up and sees the truth as optional.

 

Why does he think the average voter will find the Tory truth so unpalatable? The voters need to think about that.

 

Johnson's whole demeaner exudes entitlement and the 'I am born to rule' gene. He's so out of touch with ordinary life he's off the scale. His off the cuff remarks prove he has nothing but contempt for the ordinary voter, masked by a thin veneer of affability which he uses shamelessly. Try to pin him down on anything and he resorts to bluster and talking over the lesser mortals. He might know a lot of posh words but he can barely string a coherant sentence together when he isn't telling porkies. You can see what an unreliable, reckless and untrustworthy person he is, and why he is totally unsuitable as our Leader.

 

Why would anyone, other than the rich, the elite and the establishment, think this exploiter of people's gullibility is on their side, and vote for him? It will be just more Austerity mark 2 and more money for the rich - the true Tory objective all along, (see 'Neoliberalist.') 

Be warned, it will all end in tears - yours, not his. . . 

 

As you state; 'IMO', & that is your perogative but at the end of the day your 'IMO', while valued, carries no more & no less worth than mine 'IMO' or any one else who may disagree with you. 

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5 hours ago, Baron99 said:

As you state; 'IMO', & that is your perogative but at the end of the day your 'IMO', while valued, carries no more & no less worth than mine 'IMO' or any one else who may disagree with you. 

So what's your opinion of someone who has been sacked twice for lying?

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6 hours ago, Baron99 said:

As you state; 'IMO', & that is your perogative but at the end of the day your 'IMO', while valued, carries no more & no less worth than mine 'IMO' or any one else who may disagree with you. 

Absolutely.

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Boris is top for outside earnings. You'd think he had enough on his plate without having to take on extra stuff!

https://www.cityam.com/general-election-2019-boris-johnson-tops-list-of-mps-for-outside-earnings/

 

 

New Health Secretary Matt Hancock accepted £32,000 from boss of think tank that wants to scrap the NHS.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/new-health-secretary-matt-hancock-12891819

 

Wake up Britain.

The NHS is not for sale!  . . . . . . . . .With the Conservatives it is !  Price £32,000.

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No need for the wake up call flanker, no party would dare sell the nhs, it would be political suicide.

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5 minutes ago, lottiecass said:

No need for the wake up call flanker, no party would dare sell the nhs, it would be political suicide.

That I agree with. 

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13 minutes ago, lottiecass said:

No need for the wake up call flanker, no party would dare sell the nhs, it would be political suicide.

What does this actually mean - "The NHS is not for sale." 

If any of the Political party's could convincingly demonstrate what it means and thereafter show that someone was doing it.

It would be easy to make a decision.

 

However, Brexit was - Take back control, end  immigration, straight bananas, sovereignty,  freedom to eat our fish!, etc, etc

- All of this was smoke and mirrors.

 

AND loads of people voted for it. 

 

 

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It's on sky news that the account that sent the documents was in Russia.

2 minutes ago, Flanker7 said:

What does this actually mean - "The NHS is not for sale." 

If any of the Political party's could convincingly demonstrate what it means and thereafter show that someone was doing it.

It would be easy to make a decision.

 

However, Brexit was - Take back control, end  immigration, straight bananas, sovereignty,  freedom to eat our fish!, etc, etc

- All of this was smoke and mirrors.

 

AND loads of people voted for it. 

 

 

Yes it means exactly that flanker.  Brexit is not as important to most people as the nhs. If a referendum was called for keeping the nhs or selling it off ,it would have the biggest turnout and the  biggest majority to keep it ever known.

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10 minutes ago, janie48 said:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-election-foreign-idUSKBN1YB08N

 

What I'd like to know is whether it's true that Russia are interfering in our General Election, and if it is, what do they expect to gain by the result they hope for? 

I don't know and I don't care.

 

But are the allegations true?

I think they are.  No-one is disputing the matter. Its just a smoke screen to avoid explaining what was disscussed with the USA.

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35 minutes ago, Flanker7 said:

I don't know and I don't care.

 

But are the allegations true?

I think they are.  No-one is disputing the matter. Its just a smoke screen to avoid explaining what was disscussed with the USA.

Well I do care.

 

I heard about them interfering in the French elections in the past with donations involved, and I don't understand why they find it so necessary.

 

The more I hear about their government meddling in other countries political affairs the more I realise how important it is that we  remain in the European Union.

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There is no Russian interference in UK elections.

 

It is simply a wild conspiracy theory that seeks to lay the blame for anti-establishment voting patterns on outside influences.

 

When in reality the establishment has lost control of its voter manipulation due to its own incompetence and greed.

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