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So....it's the guy in charge of the economy, and the one in charge of Health/NHS, that go.

 

What does that say.

 

Next phase of agenda incoming.

 

All this faux outrage and "we have standards" bollocks is a smokescreen.

 

Dishy Rish and Eggman clearly didn't want to take the can for what's next.

 

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1 minute ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

So....it's the guy in charge of the economy, and the one in charge of Health/NHS, that go.

 

What does that say.

 

Next phase of agenda incoming.

 

All this faux outrage and "we have standards" bollocks is a smokescreen.

 

Dishy Rish and Eggman clearly didn't want to take the can for what's next.

 

 

IDK, You have such a dim view of our future. 😁

I think we are on the mend for a better future.

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1 hour ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

So....it's the guy in charge of the economy, and the one in charge of Health/NHS, that go.

 

What does that say.

 

Next phase of agenda incoming.

 

All this faux outrage and "we have standards" bollocks is a smokescreen.

 

Dishy Rish and Eggman clearly didn't want to take the can for what's next.

 

 

If you keep "changing the frontmen" constantly, in the end nobody appears responsible for anything.

 

Cough - American politics - cough. 🤠

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I remember a BBC "who do you think you are " where BJ traced his ancestors .

His Turkish leader ancestor working for empire who left in a hurry was very interesting and I often wondered about that situation replaying itself at some  level.

Who pulls the strings?

 

 

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They do this all the time, blame all the country's problems onto one man, then get rid of that one man, then they say :  Yessss!! The lying troublemaker has gone, it was all his fault, that bastard, that fat useless incompetent bastard, that bastard did it. Not us, not the rothschilds, or the royals, or the wef who, NO it is all on BJ. It is all his fault, and now because of that everybody hates him, the papers hate him the tv hates him, even his own mates sunak and sajid hate him

But you see what we have done, what a massive favour we have done for you the people, we have got rid of arsehole BJ,  now that arsehole BJ has gone, we can get back to running the country with truth democracy honour and freedom, for the best intrests of the people. YaaaaY !

Bring on the next sacrficial lamb.

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11 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Yep...Matt Hancock anyone? And does anyone even remember who the chancellor was before Sunak?

 

I miss that bald bastard, miss using the name i coined for him: Masterbating Matt Handcock. Ahhh, the good old days

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2 hours ago, Diversion said:

33.. in plain sight

 

Wonderful, really interesting letter signed from Bo-Nut to Rishi. Also mentions 6 million. Says a lot in a short space. Lying F××Kers. None of this would stand up to genuine scrutiny and independent media's questions. And ours, of course. Once you know you know eh. Fascinating, disturbing, sickening to watch the theft of the country. They give only so they can take away. 

 

I still think it's better to know than not know. 

 

 

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It's a power grab, plain an simple. Undermine said PM, vote of no confidence, the next Muppet/puppet gets inserted into said position. 

 

The resignations should worry us, because it will be these fuckers who come back to grab the seat. I don't want any of the horrible bastard's, especially Sunak. 

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I thought the recent vote of confidence, which Bozo won by a margin of 63, meant his leadership could not be challenged for 12 months.

 

Whole thing's a circus, a pantomime. And while everyone's distracted, they get the chess pieces into place.

 

Quite enough mixed metaphors!

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1 minute ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I thought the recent vote of confidence, which Bozo won by a margin of 63, meant his leadership could not be challenged for 12 months.

 

Whole thing's a circus, a pantomime. And while everyone's distracted, they get the chess pieces into place.

 

Quite enough mixed metaphors!

Correct, but if his staff keep resigning then we have hung parliament and effectively no government. Not sure that's a decent outlook either. 

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5 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Correct, but if his staff keep resigning then we have hung parliament and effectively no government. Not sure that's a decent outlook either.

 

I will beg to differ here and say a hung parliament is the best outcome with all of them at the end of a rope, but for now, in the spirit with which it was meant, would be ecstatically beneficial for the people, and a gradual remove and replace operation can take place because all of the status quo parties that dominate that house of commons is populated by career criminals, and not as it was meant to be populated by 'we the common as muck people', so fuk the lot of em and no sympathy for these devils, and get the fuk off of our TerrorVision and put something decent on like watching them all squirm in a court room!!!

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22 minutes ago, sock muppet said:

 

I will beg to differ here and say a hung parliament is the best outcome with all of them at the end of a rope, but for now, in the spirit with which it was meant, would be ecstatically beneficial for the people, and a gradual remove and replace operation can take place because all of the status quo parties that dominate that house of commons is populated by career criminals, and not as it was meant to be populated by 'we the common as muck people', so fuk the lot of em and no sympathy for these devils, and get the fuk off of our TerrorVision and put something decent on like watching them all squirm in a court room!!!

I'll believe it when I see it. 

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

It's a power grab, plain an simple. Undermine said PM, vote of no confidence, the next Muppet/puppet gets inserted into said position. 

 

The resignations should worry us, because it will be these fuckers who come back to grab the seat. I don't want any of the horrible bastard's, especially Sunak. 

 

Yes we look at resignations in a different light. It's all part of the process. On the radio I heard them compare Sunak and Javid to the Blair and Brown collaboration, also said they would be very surprised if they hadn't made a deal together on who does what ( I would call it in cahoots as I love that expression 😆)

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