Post by Keema's Nan Post by Stephen Cole Post by Ian Jackson Post by Stephen Cole Post by Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp Esq
On 29 Sep 2019 08:14:12 GMT, Stephen Cole
Post by Stephen Cole Post by Keema's Nan Post by Stephen Cole
you see them for the naked distractions and lies they clearly are? If the
latter, why do you persist in supporting these charlatans?
Do you have a question for non-Tory voters? Or do you assume they all think
as you do?
I’m interested in the reaction of Tory voters to the “pledges” being made
by the Tory leader. HTH.
It is beyond belief.
I can only assume that as it works for Trump it will work for Boris,
and as with anything if you saturate the media with lies and
misinformation people become blinded. It only then needs someone to
point out the blatantly obvious such as Corbyn having to raise taxes
to start the howls of ridicule and hate.
Corbyn or Johnson, it makes no difference, taxes will have to be
raised to pay for Tory incompetence. Raised by a fair bit too, and
with business crippled by Brexit, the future is somewhat dire under
Never mind, Javid and Boris are in a good frame of mind, it's givaway
What has been quite reassuring is how the Boris groping a journalist and
Arcruri allegations have led the news cycle for the last few days. It goes
to show that BoJo and Dom don’t have anywhere near the level of control
that they wish they had, which is going to cause them big problems given
the fanny-crazed Johnson’s sordid personal life (nobody actually knows how
many children he’s spawned). If there’s one thing that the British tabloids
can’t resist it’s a good old-fashioned political sex scandal, and it looks
like they’re starting to dig their teeth into the shambling sack of cum
that currently occupies Number 10.
While the Arcruri allegations might give cause for concern, who cares a
damn whether he groped* someone's thigh (or any other part of their
anatomy) 20 years ago?
A lot of people care about sexual assault, tbh.
Post by Ian Jackson
*Does squeezing a thigh count as a 'grope'?
Yes, or to use its correct term; sexual assault.
I see. So in your little world, women want no physical contact from men
whatsoever - unless it has been invited, agreed and signed in triplicate
Good luck with the rest of your miserable existence.
If some does it at, say, a work meeting or meal, even to a colleague
they may know, or someone perhaps on bus, in a restaurant etc who they
either don't know aren't in some (even initial stages of) a relationship
with, then it is totally different to a couple who are being, shall we
say, 'playful' on a date etc. If people refuse to accept that, that any
form of 'snogging' (or whatever the current term is) by courting couples
is must be no more that a string of sexual assaults in Steve's eyes.
Certainly women, and men, should be able to about their job and normal
life without having to worrying about 'wandering hands' or even sexual
innuendo. While such things may have been considerable 'acceptable'
(note my quotes) in the past, that doesn't mean they are now or should
have been then.
Having said that, while I am all for nailing sexual offenders to
crosses, I don't for one moment believe that all the claims made about
famous people are true. Certainly those that are timed so conveniently
are extremely dubious.
Good to know you’re on the side of victims of sexual assault, Brian ...