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36 minutes ago, WILF said:

I do blame to government mate because they make policy and create the conditions but I also realise I and we have to take our share of the blame because ultimately we keep electing these people and buy in wholeheartedly to the model they create.

Im not escaping my share of the blame and neither can anyone else.

For sure, but I wasn’t even really meaning we’re “choosing” to elect them. I mean never mind what policies the government enacts to remove ‘community’, people are the ones that actually make that decision. People are ultimately responsible for going “I think I’m going to buy as much toilet roll and bread as I can because f**k everyone else and f**k my dignity”.

Blaming politics is too easy. It’s a lack of character and moral substance. I’m sorry but I’m not letting folks shift their responsibility to politicians.

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Social media driven and attracted the same toilet roll bread hoarders who don’t work  while all the nurses doctors home help carers and other services get fkd over by the Twitter wankers 

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5 minutes ago, Born Hunter said:

Blaming politics is too easy. It’s a lack of character and moral substance. I’m sorry but I’m not letting folks shift their responsibility to politicians.

Isn't it part of the same puzzle though?

Everyone is political to a point. We all view the world through our individual lenses and make our choices accordingly. We either engage or we don't and our choices are reflected at the governance level.

Where we are right now is a multi-generational reflection of character and moral substance exercised by the majority. Essentially, we get the government we deserve.

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8 minutes ago, ChrisJones said:

Isn't it part of the same puzzle though?

Everyone is political to a point. We all view the world through our individual lenses and make our choices accordingly. We either engage or we don't and our choices are reflected at the governance level.

Where we are right now is a multi-generational reflection of character and moral substance exercised by the majority. Essentially, we get the government we deserve.

We do and that was very articulate but my point is much more simple, people are being c**ts, because they are c**ts. :D

Ive elected tories, yet I don’t have a shed full of Jerry cans or a toilet full of bog roll and I won’t be caught fighting over the last bag of pasta!

We should be making notes now for in the event of a proper crisis we know who to shoot on day one.

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On 25/09/2021 at 07:27, Saltmoon said:

I didn't know about this fuel thing until after work yesterday when my fuel light was on and no where has any f***ing diesel left because of thick c**ts who probably didn't need the fuel anyway ABSOLUTE f***ing SHIT c**ts 

Bang some cherry in c**t mate 🤣🤣

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3 minutes ago, Born Hunter said:

We do and that was very articulate but my point is much more simple, people are being c**ts, because they are c**ts. :D

Ive elected tories, yet I don’t have a shed full of Jerry cans or a toilet full of bog roll and I won’t be caught fighting over the last bag of pasta!

We should be making notes now for in the event of a proper crisis we know who to shoot on day one.

This is why I don't have a fundamental problem with price gouging but then I have a few months worth of supplies due to geography anyway. Maybe it's a generational thing but having a extra supplies on hand wasn't anything to do with being a survivalist but more because our grandparents had to live through rationing.

It'll blow over until, like you said, the next one. What laws will they pass in the interim? :laugh:

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2 minutes ago, ChrisJones said:

This is why I don't have a fundamental problem with price gouging but then I have a few months worth of supplies due to geography anyway. Maybe it's a generational thing but having a extra supplies on hand wasn't anything to do with being a survivalist but more because our grandparents had to live through rationing.

It'll blow over until, like you said, the next one. What laws will they pass in the interim? :laugh:

That’s another valid concern.

I don’t have a problem with preppers, if anything all the dip shits are proving them right. Prepping is proactive, being a c**t is reactive. They’re fundamentally different and different in their impact on society.

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1 minute ago, Born Hunter said:

They’re fundamentally different and different in their impact on society.

Agreed mate. As one replaces the other they have a tendency to elect people that share their world view. You'll have a better idea than I, of whether that tipping point is imminent or already gone in Britain.

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3 minutes ago, ChrisJones said:

Agreed mate. As one replaces the other they have a tendency to elect people that share their world view. You'll have a better idea than I, of whether that tipping point is imminent or already gone in Britain.

Tipping point…. It’s well past that.

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1 hour ago, Born Hunter said:

For sure, but I wasn’t even really meaning we’re “choosing” to elect them. I mean never mind what policies the government enacts to remove ‘community’, people are the ones that actually make that decision. People are ultimately responsible for going “I think I’m going to buy as much toilet roll and bread as I can because f**k everyone else and f**k my dignity”.

Blaming politics is too easy. It’s a lack of character and moral substance. I’m sorry but I’m not letting folks shift their responsibility to politicians.

Mate, in an ideal world what you say is true…..but these people have never known a time when we were that people.

A few odd ones exist but as a rule, and as I said, that nation is dead.

Its a learned behaviour and it can be unlearned !……we just need to create the conditions.

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27 minutes ago, Born Hunter said:

Tipping point…. It’s well past that.

Can't argue with that. Mine was 20 years ago.

10 minutes ago, WILF said:

Its a learned behaviour and it can be unlearned !……we just need to create the conditions.

Can it? Look at the reaction the recent round of protestors are getting. Any protests for that matter. Pick a place. Any where in the world. If you agree with the message it's a fundamental right to assembly. If you don't it's water cannons and rubber bullets.

How do you create those conditions?

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10 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

You think if we start a rumour that there a shortage of jobs, the lazy selfish cnuts among us will actually get one 😁😂

Imagine if Downing St said "We're cutting all unemployment benefits and refunding the equivalent tax money back to workers. You have 18 months to comply..."

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