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9 minutes ago, WILF said:

The whole cabinet is a Merry little line up of queers, racists, career politicians, academics and corporate lawyers......don’t get much more working class traditional labour than that now does it folks ! Lol 

Dirty b*****ds high up in the Parlimentary labour party supported PIE back in the 70s while working at NCCA

PIE = Peadophile information exchange,

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Another massive c**t to add to the list of treacherous massive c**ts......long may he reign ! 

Another champagne socialist playing to the London bubble and let's not forget it was Kier Starmer who got early release for the prolific rapist john Worboys. Thankfully the public outrage soon put a s

He admits mistakes have been made how about the one were he was in charge of the cps when police sent files wanting to charge Jimmy saville and he threw them out or how he helped his best mate jim McM

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Dirty b*****ds high up in the Parlimentary labour party supported PIE back in the 70s while working at NCCA

Yeah, that’s true mate.......these people are filth !

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On 06/04/2020 at 17:58, eastcoast said:

Middle class "working class heroes ". Who live in a bubble but know what is best for the ignorant people not blessed with their "intelligence ". Whether they want it or not.

The majority of "new labour"voters are often educated far beyond their intelligence.

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Sir Kier , another grammar school boy that wants to stop others A stream kids from real working class family’s getting a chance to achieve the best they can from the system , Corbyn ,  Lady Nugee aka Emily Thornberry  and a host of others have all been there yet want the system stopped ...It amazes me they don’t want to be referred to as Sir or Lady yet still except the honour , bit like the fat ships steward Prescott , spent his entire life decrying the House of Lords , should be disbanded and all the old c**nts dragged out and shot ......until his Commons gravy train ticket got pulled and he was double quick on to the Lords platform and a new ticket for the train and a new spot at the trough ...fcuking hypocrites to a man , woman and every gender in between ...

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I have family who are "working class heroes" that I struggle with. They "never forget" the miners strike. By the 1980's they were a generation removed from their origins and living comfortable middle class lives. The type of people who Margaret Thatcher eventually got to turn coat by playing the green card, coal mining is bad for the environment. Something that we are still paying the price for.

I am not for one moment saying that it was not a just fight or that closing the pits did not cause irreparable damage to areas that depended on them. But to some people it has taken on an almost mythical significance. On more than 1 occasion I have asked why don't they bugger off to a country that still mines coal and they and their sons and daughters can spend their days underground the same way our forefathers did? And also remind them that our grandfather was often known to say that he was thankful that none of his grandchildren had to go down the pit.

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13 hours ago, eastcoast said:

I have family who are "working class heroes" that I struggle with. They "never forget" the miners strike. By the 1980's they were a generation removed from their origins and living comfortable middle class lives. The type of people who Margaret Thatcher eventually got to turn coat by playing the green card, coal mining is bad for the environment. Something that we are still paying the price for.

I am not for one moment saying that it was not a just fight or that closing the pits did not cause irreparable damage to areas that depended on them. But to some people it has taken on an almost mythical significance. On more than 1 occasion I have asked why don't they bugger off to a country that still mines coal and they and their sons and daughters can spend their days underground the same way our forefathers did? And also remind them that our grandfather was often known to say that he was thankful that none of his grandchildren had to go down the pit.

The trouble was it was a way of life to some to me it was just another job.

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The mining areas are a prime example of why I don’t believe in none of it anymore.

Those people were and allowed themselves to be betrayed all round and many were stupid enough to keep faith in people f***ing them.

First off they were manipulated by union leaders hungry for power and a new world order, then they became the cannon fodder in a political war, their reward was being dumped on the scrap heap by their own country, they kept voting for a party that flooded their areas with immigrants who ruined the gaff and raped their children, because of their blind faith to labour they were written off by the Tory’s .......it’s been a perfect cluster f**k.

Political parties and their followers.....absolute recipe for disaster 

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24 minutes ago, WILF said:

The mining areas are a prime example of why I don’t believe in none of it anymore.

Those people were and allowed themselves to be betrayed all round and many were stupid enough to keep faith in people f***ing them.

First off they were manipulated by union leaders hungry for power and a new world order, then they became the cannon fodder in a political war, their reward was being dumped on the scrap heap by their own country, they kept voting for a party that flooded their areas with immigrants who ruined the gaff and raped their children, because of their blind faith to labour they were written off by the Tory’s .......it’s been a perfect cluster f**k.

Political parties and their followers.....absolute recipe for disaster 

Just a normal Saturday afternoon.

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And another normal Saturday afternoon

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Repeated across the UK.

A shame 😯

And today.not a trace of it left.

Apart from the bandstand in the 

1st and 3rd pic.

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45 minutes ago, king said:

Just a normal Saturday afternoon.

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And another normal Saturday afternoon

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Repeated across the UK.

A shame 😯

And today.not a trace of it left.

Apart from the bandstand in the 

1st and 3rd pic.

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Terrible mate, I have held the opinion for a long time that they wanted the small traditional British community smashed to bits and they did it.....and we helped.

Maybe all this turn out will make us (the people not the parties ) realise the value in such places and turn to them again, financially poorer almost certainly but so much richer in every other way........I doubt it but it’s my own little fantasy.

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3 hours ago, WILF said:

Terrible mate, I have held the opinion for a long time that they wanted the small traditional British community smashed to bits and they did it.....and we helped.

Maybe all this turn out will make us (the people not the parties ) realise the value in such places and turn to them again, financially poorer almost certainly but so much richer in every other way........I doubt it but it’s my own little fantasy.

The power of staring at a phone all day has occupied people so much.

I don't think they care anymore mate.

You see them walking around a town or on a bus or cafe.

It's like being surrounded by zombies.

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