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    (UK EURO THREAD) UK POLITICS MK2

    OK, fuck this thread.

    Ya'll can have a pause on your incessant shit flinging for a week.


    Edit by cullnerd - also Barth, djan and elmlicker , way to be gigantic pricks mocking someone in uniís part job, you utter utter cunts.
    Last edited by cullnean; January 10 2020 at 04:31:15 PM.

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    Lords amendments halted, EC President signed it.



    Hahahahahahahahahahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
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    Even if UK doesn't leave EU geographically as the news claimed earlier, I have to ask if the UK will leave the internet after brexit? that would lessen the toxicity...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
    hahahah are you high?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
    hahahah are you high?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I always thought my job was to build on some of the things she [Thatcher] had done rather than reverse them.

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    It's almost like he realised that getting into a war of endless repeals just results in wheel spinning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
    hahahah are you high?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I always thought my job was to build on some of the things she [Thatcher] had done rather than reverse them.
    you're basically suggesting that labours most succesful politician since...ever in the modern time, was effectively a tory plant

    revisionim in action here lads

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    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
    hahahah are you high?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I always thought my job was to build on some of the things she [Thatcher] had done rather than reverse them.
    you're basically suggesting that labours most succesful politician since...ever in the modern time, was effectively a tory plant

    revisionim in action here lads
    Thatcherite scum!

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    Brexit party MEP complains: UK won't have any say in the EU parliament after Brexit.

    You cannot make this up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerWish View Post
    Brexit party MEP complains: UK won't have any say in the EU parliament after Brexit.

    You cannot make this up...
    That comment was taken slightly out of context - he was actually referring to the transition period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DerWish View Post
    Brexit party MEP complains: UK won't have any say in the EU parliament after Brexit.

    You cannot make this up...
    That comment was taken slightly out of context - he was actually referring to the transition period.
    That hardly improves matters though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
    hahahah are you high?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I always thought my job was to build on some of the things she [Thatcher] had done rather than reverse them.
    you're basically suggesting that labours most succesful politician since...ever in the modern time, was effectively a tory plant

    revisionim in action here lads
    Merely saying that on many issues his views are closer to the Tory party than to Labour's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I believe Margaret Thatcher's emphasis on enterprise was right.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    Britain needs more successful people who can become rich by success through the money they earn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    [Corbyn's Labour is] quasi-revolutionary socialism

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by teds :D View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    There are so few people in the labour party who resemble tories. Why would there be when they could join a more successful party?
    One version of events is that a number of driven but ideologically flexible youngsters got involved with Labour in the 70s and early 80. They wanted to be in politics above all else but didn't care what party they were in. They joined Labour because they figured at some point the pendulum would swing back their way and it would be easier in those circumstances to get into Parliament.

    That is why someone resembling a Tory would join Labour rather than a more successful party.

    Incidentally, Tony Blair first tried to get elected as a councillor in 1982.
    hahahah are you high?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I always thought my job was to build on some of the things she [Thatcher] had done rather than reverse them.
    you're basically suggesting that labours most succesful politician since...ever in the modern time, was effectively a tory plant

    revisionim in action here lads
    Merely saying that on many issues his views are closer to the Tory party than to Labour's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    I believe Margaret Thatcher's emphasis on enterprise was right.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    Britain needs more successful people who can become rich by success through the money they earn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    [Corbyn's Labour is] quasi-revolutionary socialism
    which of his quotes are wrong exactly?

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    You see, a slight preference for individualism over collectivism makes you a Sith Lord and traitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
    You see, a slight preference for individualism over collectivism makes you a Sith Lord and traitor.
    Whatever makes you feel better about yourself

    Go do some more coke to connect wirh the average people

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    In 2002, twelve years after Margaret Thatcher left office, she was asked at a dinner what was her greatest achievement. Thatcher replied:
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie, God bless her
    “Tony Blair and New Labour. We forced our opponents to change their minds.”


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    Quote Originally Posted by Isyel View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
    You see, a slight preference for individualism over collectivism makes you a Sith Lord and traitor.
    Whatever makes you feel better about yourself

    Go do some more coke to connect wirh the average people
    Not being in power helps so many people!

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    To improve the lot of the people while there is even a suspicion of ideological impurity is to irrevocably damn them.

    Better to let the Right have power than risk the souls of the proletariat with such reckless action.

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