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Old July 17th, 2016 #21
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So, 4 days into her leadership, what do you all think?
One good thing is she is talking about bringing back grammar schools although she will have a fight with the commie teaching unions if she goes ahead with that. She also sacked the useless Education Secretary Nicky Morgan. I don't like the idea of her allowing Scotland to have a 'veto' on Brexit.
 
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I know she's not a nationalist, I know that like 99.9999%+ of the U.K population she believes 6 million Jews were gassed in WW2 and turned into lampshades and bars of soap and she thinks this is horrible and I know the cranks, wierdos and cunts amongst us are probably trying to draw up imaginary Jewish ancestry, but....

I was quite impressed with her opening speech in Downing Street, acknowledging how if you are a white British male, you are less likely than anyone to go to university. Her pledge to make life better for working people on low incomes and how Labour hold people back in pursuit for equality, but the Conservatives under her leadership will help us to go as far as our potential allows and do more for people on low incomes who are struggling. She's also made noises about sending non-EU migrants home if they fail to earn £35k per year.

This could be all talk, but it's worth noting there isn't a general election on the horizon and she's said these things AFTER she'd been given the job.

Ive never considered myself a Tory (I know the cunts on here who see my views as a threat to their welfare and societal parasite lifestyles, but who gives a fuck what these losers, deadbeats, wastrels and untermenschen think, nobody takes them seriously) and a week ago I hated this woman, but I think if she does what she says she's going to do, she's going to be the best PM this side of WW1.
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She did say in her speech "If you’re black, you’re treated more harshly by the criminal justice system than if you’re white" as if people should feel sorry for black criminals as some force outside of their control forces them to commit crime.
 
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She did say in her speech "If you’re black, you’re treated more harshly by the criminal justice system than if you’re white" as if people should feel sorry for black criminals as some force outside of their control forces them to commit crime.
Yes she did say that. The reason why she said that is because she is not a racial nationalist. She doesn't see the bigger picture, she doesn't see what you and I see and because she's a Tory we can expect her to get it wrong on race more often.

But she has made promises to our people that she was under no obligation to make. There was no election looming, she already had the job and didn't have to say this for votes. So let's see if she makes good on those promises.

Of her predecessors, with the exception of the EU referendum, I cannot name one other thing that the Tory government led by David Cameron did for our people. Of the coalition government before that which was also led by David Cameron, I also cannot name one thing that government did for our people. Of the Brown and Blair Labour governments before that, our people were pushed to the back of the queue, abused and called names like "Racist".

Theresa has promised to do more for our people and she's stated an intention to send non-EU migrants home unless they're earning £35k+ per annum. This is definitely a step in the right direction in my view.
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I'm hoping come the next general election she pledges that the white, indigenous, professional man and woman will no longer have to pay for the Gerry Fable's of this world.
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Of her opposition, Liam Fox is a fraudster who tried heavily scamming the taxpayer with his expenses, Stephen Crabb is a beardy wierdo who hates the disabled and Andrea Leadsom is of the belief that all men are potential child rapists.
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Default Brexit is happening whether you like it or not! Theresa May slaps down Nicola Sturgeon after she suggests Scotland has a veto over when Britain leaves the EU

It's looks like Theresa May has slapped down any chance of a Scottish 'veto' over Brexit.

Theresa May will move to dismiss suggestions from Nicola Sturgeon that Scotland will have a veto over when Britain leaves the EU.

The Prime Minister, who is visiting Wales today, told Scotland's First Minister on Friday she would not start the Brexit process until she had agreed a 'UK approach' with leaders in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

It led Ms Sturgeon to say yesterday that her Scottish government had been put in a 'very, very strong position' when it comes to decision-making over when to trigger Article 50, which starts the two-year formal process for leaving the EU.

But Downing Street has since made clear that although Mrs May will involved the devolved administrations in discussions on Brexit, she will have the final say on when Britain leaves the EU.

The Prime Minister's spokeswoman said today: ‘The point I would make is that the PM has been clear that leaving the EU is what the British people voted for.'

She added that Mrs May's comments on Friday 'should not be interpreted that she was suggesting Scotland had some kind of block on this [Brexit negotiations].’


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If she performs as well as she did as Home Secretary then she'll prove herself to be a totally shit Prime Minister.
 
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One for the forum spackers who say voting/democracy gets us nowhere and we are staying in the EU despite Brexit vote and therefore we should replace voting with doing nothing until we are a threatened and endangered minority, before "fighting". Just like the Red Indians did:

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Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before opening negotiations to formally trigger Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, The Telegraph has learned.

Opponents of Brexit claim that because the EU referendum result is advisory it must be approved by a vote in the Commons before Article 50 - the formal mechanism to leave the EU - is triggered.

However, in a move which will cheer Eurosceptics, The Telegraph has learned that Mrs May will invoke Article 50 without a vote in Parliament
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Another one for the cunts, wronguns and spackers who use this forum as a platform to try and dissuade nationalists from taking part in voting/democracy, saying it gets us nowhere and we are staying in the EU despite Brexit vote and therefore we should replace voting with doing nothing until we are a threatened and endangered minority, before "fighting". Just like the Red Indians did.

Theresa May has announced she will trigger article 50 by March 2017.

Hopefully this will put some of their shite to bed for good.

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Theresa May will formally begin the Brexit process by the end of March 2017, she has told the BBC.

The PM's announcement on triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - which begins the formal negotiation process - means the UK looks set to leave the EU by the summer of 2019.

Mrs May also promised a bill to remove the European Communities Act 1972 from the statute book.

She said this would make the UK an "independent, sovereign nation".
The repeal of the 1972 Act will not take effect until the UK leaves the EU under Article 50.

It will be contained in a "Great Repeal Bill", promised in the next Queen's Speech, which will also enshrine all existing EU law into British law.

This will allow the government to seek to keep, amend or cancel any legislation once Brexit has been completed. The repeal bill will also end the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK.
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Another one for the cunts, wronguns and spackers who use this forum as a platform to try and dissuade nationalists from taking part in voting/democracy, saying it gets us nowhere and we are staying in the EU despite Brexit vote and therefore we should replace voting with doing nothing until we are a threatened and endangered minority, before "fighting". Just like the Red Indians did.

Theresa May has announced she will trigger article 50 by March 2017.

Hopefully this will put some of their shite to bed for good.
And who do you think that is down to? You just do not get it do you?
 
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And who do you think that is down to? You just do not get it do you?
It was down to the men and women of UKIP who threatened the miserable careers of system politicians by contesting their seats and in some cases, beating them and putting the bastards on the dole.

It's certainly not down to the system directed, drug using, flag waving spastics of EDL, SEA, NF, BNP, Britain First, etc.
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It was down to the men and women of UKIP who threatened the miserable careers of system politicians by contesting their seats and in some cases, beating them and putting the bastards on the dole.
Something of an exaggeration given that UKIP currently has just one MP. In fact UKIP has only ever managed to get two people elected to Westminster both of whom were former Tory MPs.

That's hardly "beating them and putting the bastards on the dole"

UKIP has never ousted an MP of another Westminster party.

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It was down to the men and women of UKIP who threatened the miserable careers of system politicians by contesting their seats and in some cases, beating them and putting the bastards on the dole.

It's certainly not down to the system directed, drug using, flag waving spastics of EDL, SEA, NF, BNP, Britain First, etc.
Sarcasm is wasted on someone of your intellect Joe, it really is.
 
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Another one for the cunts, wronguns and spackers who use this forum as a platform to try and dissuade nationalists from taking part in voting/democracy, saying it gets us nowhere and we are staying in the EU despite Brexit vote and therefore we should replace voting with doing nothing until we are a threatened and endangered minority, before "fighting". Just like the Red Indians did.

Theresa May has announced she will trigger article 50 by March 2017.

Hopefully this will put some of their shite to bed for good.
If I recall correctly, Henry made a distinction between a plebiscite and an election, and said he would be voting for a Brexit.
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Good evening aNDY. You know what to with your 'thumb' don't you...LOL
 
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Brexit: PM Theresa May says UK will 'make own decisions on immigration' as March date set

Prime Minister Theresa May said the UK will "make our own decisions" on immigration as she underlined how important border controls will be in Brexit talks.

Speaking at the start of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham today, Mrs May put Britain on track for a "hard Brexit" by the spring of 2019 and made it clear she will not accept any limits on Britain's ability to control immigration.

The PM also rejected the idea Britain will be forced to make a 'trade-off' between immigration controls and enjoying the single market.
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http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/br...-a3359266.html


A few facts surrounding Brexit.

1) If UKIP hadn't taken part in Elections, if they'd sat out the 2013 county council elections where they got over 140 councillor's elected and averaged 25% of the vote in the wards they stood in, if they'd listened to the cunts, spastics and wronguns on here and sat out the 2014 European election and hadn't won the election by getting 24 MEPs elected and hadn't got 4.4 million votes, then the Tories would not have offered us a referendum in their 2015 election pledge, David Cameron would still be Prime Minister and the government would still be as liberal and Europhillic as ever.

2) If UKIP hadn't inspired around 4 million Great British people to vote for them in the last Parliamentary election in spite of the Tory pledge for a referendum, if they hadn't won 7 seats in the Welsh Assembly elections and prevented Labour from getting an outright majority and if they hadn't won two seats on the London GLA and if they weren't keeping the system under pressure and had instead committed political suicide by doing some of the stuff the cunts on here have criticised them for not doing, then there would be nothing stopping the government backsliding. If the system did not see them as a credible threat to their jobs, then Theresa May would not have said what she has said above, she would be pushing for a soft Brexit.

3) The people who brought about Brexit were never involved in any marches, protests, street demonstrations and never "violently confronted the Reds". This massive political change was brought about using legal, peaceful and democratic methods.
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Sarcasm is wasted on someone of your intellect Joe, it really is.
"WHO'S STREETS? OUR STREETS!
WHO'S STREETS? OUR STREETS!
WHO'S STREETS? OUR STREETS!"

"RED...SCUM!
RED...SCUM!
RED...SCUM!
RED...SCUM!"

That video is cringeworthy. Even more cringeworthy for me, is that I used to behave like this as well and believed it was the way forward.
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