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Is Nigel packing his bag for his new job yet?

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I wonder if a couple of Judges overturn the vote of the people and  say sorry Don we have decided you cant be President

 

I also wonder how many of our forty faced politicians are sending him congratulations and good luck messages

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Oh how our biased broadcasters and luvvies must be crying in the Champagne after showering so much hatred  on Brexit the also on Trump  but not getting the result they wanted

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6 hours ago, threegee said:

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Is Nigel packing his bag for his new job yet?

He will have to wait in line behind - Pugh, Pugh, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble, Grub.

Here is the clock, the Trumpton clock. Telling the time, steadily, sensibly; never too quickly, never too slowly. Telling the time for Trumpton.

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55 minutes ago, Eggy1948 said:

He will have to wait in line behind - Pugh, Pugh, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble, Grub.

Here is the clock, the Trumpton clock. Telling the time, steadily, sensibly; never too quickly, never too slowly. Telling the time for Trumpton.

Yes, but the real question must be has Peter the postman been tampering with the postal vote?

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On 09/11/2016 at 04:26, threegee said:

Is Nigel packing his bag for his new job yet?

 No back of the queue for the UK now :lol:

 

Ukip’s Nigel Farage is heading to the United States this weekend where he will probably become the first British politician to meet Donald Trump since his shock election victory.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nigel-farage-donald-trump-us-election-2016-uk-visit-theresa-may-first-a7407771.html

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4 hours ago, moe19 said:

 No back of the queue for the UK now :lol:

 

Ukip’s Nigel Farage is heading to the United States this weekend where he will probably become the first British politician to meet Donald Trump since his shock election victory.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nigel-farage-donald-trump-us-election-2016-uk-visit-theresa-may-first-a7407771.html

Italy could be the next country to take revenge on careerer politicos (of which the EU is the utter embodiment).  The referendum on 4th December is about obscure constitutional changes, but it is being regarded as a vote on the EUphile Prime Minister and imposed EU placeman Mario Renzi.  He's desperately back-pedalling on his Brussels affiliations in order to appear to be his own man, but few people are buying this.

His principal achievement so far is to get the right wing Northern League and the left-of-center Five Star movement (which supports and votes with Ukip in the EU parliament) to unite against him!  Five Star still seem to cling to a belief that the EU could be reformed, but they do want out of the Eurozone double quick, and if they get control will get the support of Italy's right wing parties to scrap the Euro.  This would be a huge blow for Juncker and Merkel, and a major step towards the EU exit door.  The resulting recovery of the Italian economy would set an example for Spain, Portugal, Greece, etc. to follow, and start an irreversible stampede.  Without them all keeping the Euro undervalued Germany will be tipped into recession, and the AfD there is sure to add to its recent gains.

This, and several other factors, means that the outlook for the EU is bleak in the extreme, and before too long there may not be any EU for crazy religious types like Tim Farron to cling to!

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The 125,000 copies printed represents proof of a conspiracy?  Apparently an idiotic screw up, but additional confirmation of irredeemable establishment group-think nevertheless. The people who hate "uncertainty", but fail to recognise that uncertainty is the very essence of the real world.

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Bookmaker paid out £800,000 on Hillary Clinton win - 20 days BEFORE the US election

Paddy Power made  the  decision  after Donald Trump's numbers took a dive.

After our last General election result then Brexit you would have thought folk would have learned the lesson of not listening to what the polls predict.

I might stick a fiver on Nigel becoming Prime minister :beer:  

 

 

 

 

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Received today from a friend in The USA:

The unthinkable happened and enough idiots and extremists voted into office a buffoon who couldn't be trusted with a Twitter account. America has lost any last shred of moral authority it might have had. The rest of the world now must go forward knowing it cannot count on America for anything, least of all leadership.  The portents are alarming, tax cuts for the rich at the expense of cuts to healthcare, Social Security, women's health and welfare, social and religious persecution, persecution of minorities, black people, colored people, anybody who doesn't conform to the Trump vision of the American Master Race. Deregulation of everything, free rein for dirty energy, protected lands to be turned over to private industry etc., etc. Hate crimes are already surging. Those of you in the civilised world please do what you can to show the Trump administration your disapproval. At least stop eating hamburgers and going to Starbucks.

The Resistance.

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Monica Lewinsky siad she could not vote for Hillary as the last Clinton who was in office left a bad taste in her mouth :wacko:

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18 hours ago, Canny lass said:

Received today from a friend in The USA:

The unthinkable happened and enough idiots and extremists voted into office a buffoon who couldn't be trusted with a Twitter account. America has lost any last shred of moral authority it might have had. The rest of the world now must go forward knowing it cannot count on America for anything, least of all leadership.  The portents are alarming, tax cuts for the rich at the expense of cuts to healthcare, Social Security, women's health and welfare, social and religious persecution, persecution of minorities, black people, colored people, anybody who doesn't conform to the Trump vision of the American Master Race. Deregulation of everything, free rein for dirty energy, protected lands to be turned over to private industry etc., etc. Hate crimes are already surging. Those of you in the civilised world please do what you can to show the Trump administration your disapproval. At least stop eating hamburgers and going to Starbucks.

The Resistance.

Why was it unthinkable?  There was always going to be a push-back against the fools and the exploiters of fools!

Britain's friends in the USA are not the virtue signallers in the USA - we've got plenty of morons like that over here already.  Has the current state of your own adopted country not taught you anything?  Even the Guardianistas at the BBC are now recoiling at what has been perpetrated on the Swedish people by "social engineers" of the ilk of Tony Blair.

Here's a picture of what friends look like:

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They are not on the take from us; not intent on social engineering, want to rebuild old alliances, and share the same values and liberty of thought with us.  What is more, they don't want to takeover any one else's country; act as apologists for people who do, or signal what very superior beings they are.  They just want to get on and do what rational humans have always done: make the lives of their families and friends better, then that of their region and county better, then on and beyond.  They have traditional allegiances, because that is what has always worked best for EVERYBODY.  They are the builders and not the destroyers!

The world has had enough of people like your friend, and it's time for a return to sanity.  All the pejoratives they target at people who refuse to be brow beaten by them and adopt their narrow mindset no longer have resonance. The reality is that THEY are the ones full of hate, and it's a hate against the very things which created them and their fellow countrymen.  When they can sort out their own prejudices they may have some latitude to lecture others.

The wet behind the ears kids on the streets have an excuse for their foolishness and naivety, but the so called "educated" who don't provide them with broader and more mature insights into life have a lot to answer for.  Thankfully most of those kids will grow up, but many of their educators never did.  Is this foolish friend of yours an "educator"?

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2 hours ago, threegee said:

Is this foolish friend of yours an "educator"?

In some ways, yes. I don't think it was written by my friend. I think it's just something that's doing the rounds in the states.

... and I do love a Starbucks so I'm sure it was meant to amuse me.

This one's doing the rounds in Britain and can be purchased printed on a T-shirt from Redbubble.com (artist, Dru Marland)

 

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On 12/11/2016 at 16:56, moe19 said:

Monica Lewinsky siad she could not vote for Hillary as the last Clinton who was in office left a bad taste in her mouth :wacko:

That sstain on her dress was only soup,  too,............ COCK-A-LEEKIE! :D

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There is a weird paradox in politics - they so often deliver the opposite to that expected..

Obama, the first black president, has presided over an increase in racial tensions

Blair's 'Labour' government greatly widened the rich/poor divide

Thatcher actually increased welfare spending

Trump may be an odious narcissist, but he also knows how to run a business, which is a rare thing in US politics.
 

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