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Stephen Cole
2019-10-01 19:16:32 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
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Grik-bustardo®™
2019-10-01 20:10:47 UTC
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On 1 Oct 2019 19:16:32 GMT, Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
She's generally useless, her incompetence exceeded only by her fellow
Jamaican, Dawn Butler MP.
Peeler
2019-10-01 21:20:16 UTC
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She's generally useless,
In fact, you are PROJECTING, you useless, perverted, pedophilic troll!
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her incompetence exceeded only
And you are PROJECTING, yet AGAIN ...like you always do, the very moment you
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Brian Gaff
2019-10-02 09:15:26 UTC
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And very funny since it takes a while for the penny to drop, the comedic
effect of those who do not quite realise their error can be very funny
indeed, and lets hope she learns to appreciate this.
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On 1 Oct 2019 19:16:32 GMT, Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She's generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she's dropped a bollock and fucked up what she's trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
"racists" is justified as there's at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won't
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It's not hard to
conclude why not.
She's generally useless, her incompetence exceeded only by her fellow
Jamaican, Dawn Butler MP.
Peeler
2019-10-02 09:45:21 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff
And very funny since it takes a while for the penny to drop, the comedic
effect of those who do not quite realise their error can be very funny
indeed, and lets hope she learns to appreciate this.
Brian
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RH156RH
2019-10-03 16:26:57 UTC
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On 1 Oct 2019 19:16:32 GMT, Stephen Cole
Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
She's generally useless, her incompetence exceeded only by her fellow
Jamaican, Dawn Butler MP.
She did not let the listeners down on PMQs for she showed she was not capable of counting to 5, the number of questions she was allowed. Gamely she rose to ask a 6th one. RH
Norman Wells
2019-10-01 21:13:11 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
Post by Stephen Cole
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
Post by Stephen Cole
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
It's got nothing to do with race or colour. It's to do with stupidity:

Of which this is a perfect example:

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
Post by Stephen Cole
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour. Why do you think it isn't?
Brian Gaff
2019-10-02 09:17:38 UTC
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I do however feel that politicians are far too serious and should admit
they have failings like everyone else, maybe they all need to wear their
pants or knickers on the outside and ahave a big S on their chest.
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Post by Norman Wells
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She's generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
The few times that she's dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
what she's trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
"racists" is justified as there's at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won't
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It's not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour. Why do you think it isn't?
Rod Speed
2019-10-02 09:38:08 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff
I do however feel that politicians are far too serious and should admit
they have failings like everyone else,
Boris does.
Post by Brian Gaff
maybe they all need to wear their pants or knickers on the outside and
ahave a big S on their chest.
Boris does it with his haircut.
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Post by Norman Wells
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She's generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
The few times that she's dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
what she's trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
"racists" is justified as there's at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won't
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It's not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour. Why do you think it isn't?
Peeler
2019-10-02 09:58:35 UTC
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Omega
2019-10-02 10:12:46 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
Post by Stephen Cole
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
Post by Stephen Cole
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
Post by Stephen Cole
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour.  Why do you think it isn't?
Yes, race or colour aside she must be one of the daftest of our MPs yet
I can never get my head to believe she commands one of the highest
majorities of constituents, having voted her in, anywhere in the country!

Are that many people in one spot really so thick?

I can't even bring myself around to think her charismatic, that alone
might bring in the odd vote.

And that agonising idiosyncrasy she has when answering a question,
"weellll", remindful of a child getting caught doing something naughty
and wants time to think an excuse. Bloody infuriating!

omega
Norman Wells
2019-10-02 10:49:51 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
Post by Stephen Cole
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
Post by Stephen Cole
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
Post by Stephen Cole
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour.  Why do you think it isn't?
Yes, race or colour aside she must be one of the daftest of our MPs yet
I can never get my head to believe she commands one of the highest
majorities of constituents, having voted her in, anywhere in the country!
Are that many people in one spot really so thick?
Unless you're alleging electoral fraud, I think the answer to that must
be yes.

They probably voted Remain too, like the rest of London.
Post by Omega
I can't even bring myself around to think her charismatic, that alone
might bring in the odd vote.
And that agonising idiosyncrasy she has when answering a question,
"weellll",  remindful of a child getting caught doing something naughty
and wants time to think an excuse.  Bloody infuriating!
At least it shows she thinks about putting her foot in her mouth before
she actually does it.
The Todal
2019-10-02 13:04:42 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
Post by Stephen Cole
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
Post by Stephen Cole
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
Post by Stephen Cole
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour.  Why do you think it isn't?
Yes, race or colour aside she must be one of the daftest of our MPs yet
I can never get my head to believe she commands one of the highest
majorities of constituents, having voted her in, anywhere in the country!
Are that many people in one spot really so thick?
I can't even bring myself around to think her charismatic, that alone
might bring in the odd vote.
And that agonising idiosyncrasy she has when answering a question,
"weellll",  remindful of a child getting caught doing something naughty
and wants time to think an excuse.  Bloody infuriating!
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic, which is of course
why the Tory-controlled mainstream media is determined to undermine her
by showing video clips of her most humiliating moments.

Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to pronounce words endin' in "ng". It's a small point but I hate
the sound of her voice. "We are deliverin on the public's priorities! To
the criminals I simply say this. We are comin after you!" Anyway, it's
time to admit that all this extra investment in extra manpower in the
police is merely to reverse the idiotic cuts made by Theresa May.
Norman Wells
2019-10-02 13:17:38 UTC
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Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic, which is of course
why the Tory-controlled mainstream media is determined to undermine her
by showing video clips of her most humiliating moments.
And she made them all by herself too. Isn't she clever!
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2019-10-02 13:59:54 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Post by Omega
Post by Norman Wells
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour.  Why do you think it isn't?
Yes, race or colour aside she must be one of the daftest of our MPs yet
I can never get my head to believe she commands one of the highest
majorities of constituents, having voted her in, anywhere in the country!
Are that many people in one spot really so thick?
I can't even bring myself around to think her charismatic, that alone
might bring in the odd vote.
And that agonising idiosyncrasy she has when answering a question,
"weellll",  remindful of a child getting caught doing something naughty
and wants time to think an excuse.  Bloody infuriating!
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic, which is of course
why the Tory-controlled mainstream media is determined to undermine her
by showing video clips of her most humiliating moments.
Diane Abbott is extremely black and totally lacking in charisma. I
simply can't believe she ever got any serious rape threats!
Post by The Todal
Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to pronounce words endin' in "ng".
While Diane Abbott, like all black people, seems unable to pronounce
the word 'ask'. "I would like to arks a question."
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2019-10-02 16:03:51 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic, which is of course
why the Tory-controlled mainstream media is determined to undermine her
by showing video clips of her most humiliating moments.
Diane Abbott is extremely black and totally lacking in charisma. I
simply can't believe she ever got any serious rape threats!
You are extremely perverted, psychopathic and idiotic, dreckserb Razovic!
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Post by The Todal
Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to pronounce words endin' in "ng".
While Diane Abbott, like all black people, seems unable to pronounce
the word 'ask'. "I would like to arks a question."
Psychotic nonsense!
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Incubus
2019-10-02 14:05:24 UTC
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Post by Omega
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Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
Post by Stephen Cole
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
Post by Stephen Cole
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
Post by Stephen Cole
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour.  Why do you think it isn't?
Yes, race or colour aside she must be one of the daftest of our MPs yet
I can never get my head to believe she commands one of the highest
majorities of constituents, having voted her in, anywhere in the country!
Are that many people in one spot really so thick?
I can't even bring myself around to think her charismatic, that alone
might bring in the odd vote.
And that agonising idiosyncrasy she has when answering a question,
"weellll",  remindful of a child getting caught doing something naughty
and wants time to think an excuse.  Bloody infuriating!
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Post by The Todal
, which is of course
why the Tory-controlled mainstream media is determined to undermine her
by showing video clips of her most humiliating moments.
Tory-controlled? Do you realise we have a (relatively) free press and that
there are mainstream media sources that are not loyal to the Conservative
Party?
Post by The Todal
Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to pronounce words endin' in "ng".
Perhaps you can give an example of her bigotry.
Post by The Todal
Anyway, it's
time to admit that all this extra investment in extra manpower in the
police is merely to reverse the idiotic cuts made by Theresa May.
Who is hiding that? May was a disaster.
The Todal
2019-10-02 14:50:34 UTC
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Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Incubus
2019-10-02 15:05:28 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously.
It can be difficult to tell your humour apart from your serious political views
at times.
Post by The Todal
I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
LOL. I am going to have to look that up.
Incubus
2019-10-02 15:07:26 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously.
It can be difficult to tell your humour apart from your serious political views
at times.
Post by The Todal
I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
LOL. I am going to have to look that up.


*smirk*
Norman Wells
2019-10-02 15:15:43 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously.
It can be difficult to tell your humour apart from your serious political views
at times.
Post by The Todal
I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
LOL. I am going to have to look that up.
http://youtu.be/hyHk8Gxyzm4
*smirk*
She is truly the gift that keeps on giving.
Stephen Cole
2019-10-02 16:01:41 UTC
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Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.

I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
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abelard
2019-10-02 17:11:13 UTC
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Post by Incubus
Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh.
and destroy the habits of a lifetime along with your rep
She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
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Stephen Cole
2019-10-03 05:25:43 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
Accent? Born in Paddington, raised in London, attended a local Grammar
School, then Cambridge. Any accent is hardly likely to be an issue.
She has a thick London accent. With her lisp, it makes for difficult
listening sometimes.
Things have changed now but at one time, accents started North of
Watford and Paddington isn't North of Watford.
What are you babbling about? There are wildly different accents across
London, not to mention across Kent, or the South West, etc.
As for the 'lisp', if she has one she has mastered it. It is barely
noticeable, certainly not worth mentioning.
It can be heard every time she talks. It becomes more prominent when she’s
under stress, such as giving a speech.
The problem isn't her diction it is the content.
I look forward to seeing your detailed takedown of every hare-brained,
nonsensical, demented speech Liz Truss gives, Brian. Because you’re
*definitely* not a racist, eh?
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Stephen Cole
2019-10-03 08:06:30 UTC
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Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
Accent? Born in Paddington, raised in London, attended a local Grammar
School, then Cambridge. Any accent is hardly likely to be an issue.
She has a thick London accent. With her lisp, it makes for difficult
listening sometimes.
No she hasn’t.
You make her sound like some East End barrow boy from Victorian times.
Why are you saying that she doesn’t have a heavy London accent when she
clearly does? Cockney isn’t the only London accent, Brian.
Post by Stephen Cole
Things have changed now but at one time, accents started North of
Watford and Paddington isn't North of Watford.
What are you babbling about? There are wildly different accents across
London, not to mention across Kent, or the South West, etc.
You need to travel more.
Are you saying that there are not multiple accents across London and the
South Of England?
Post by Stephen Cole
As for the 'lisp', if she has one she has mastered it. It is barely
noticeable, certainly not worth mentioning.
It can be heard every time she talks. It becomes more prominent when she’s
under stress, such as giving a speech.
Your attempts to make excuses are beyond patronising.
It’s simply an observation, Brian. She speaks perfectly fluidly and clearly
when in more calm situations, she only seems to trip over her tongue when
in combative situations such as Parliament, Question Time, radio
interrogations. I wholly concede that such a flaw is not ideal in a
politician, but she’s only human. I mean, you’re barely comprehensible when
you’re just chatting on a 2m net, I’d hate to hear how you’d sound giving a
speech with a few hundred opposition MPs jeering at you!
Post by Stephen Cole
The problem isn't her diction it is the content.
I look forward to seeing your detailed takedown of every hare-brained,
nonsensical, demented speech Liz Truss gives, Brian. Because you’re
*definitely* not a racist, eh?
You are the one trying to make excuses for someone who is just basically
hopeless and bringing race into it. I don’t care what colour her skin is.
Prita Patel delivered a brilliant speech, hitting the right areas, and will
I hope be PM sooner rather than later.
You’re such a fan of Ms Patel that you can’t even spell her name correctly?
Yup, *definitely* not a racist!
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Pancho
2019-10-03 08:55:19 UTC
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It’s simply an observation, Brian. She speaks perfectly fluidly and clearly
when in more calm situations, she only seems to trip over her tongue when
in combative situations such as Parliament, Question Time, radio
interrogations. I wholly concede that such a flaw is not ideal in a
politician, but she’s only human. I mean, you’re barely comprehensible when
you’re just chatting on a 2m net, I’d hate to hear how you’d sound giving a
speech with a few hundred opposition MPs jeering at you!
I used to listen to Diane on the show with Andrew Neil and Michael
Portillo. In many ways she was the anti-Portillo. He was polished and
spoke inspiring confidence in his views but what he said was ultimately
not insightful or just plain wrong. On the other hand Diane's
predictions did seem more reliable.

So I guess we split into two camps the people who like our politicians
to be good showmen and the people who value insight and good policy.

Obviously the media report Diane badly because they are showmen and
value that quality in others.
The Natural Philosopher
2019-10-03 09:46:06 UTC
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It’s simply an observation, Brian. She speaks perfectly fluidly and clearly
when in more calm situations, she only seems to trip over her tongue when
in combative situations such as Parliament, Question Time, radio
interrogations. I wholly concede that such a flaw is not ideal in a
politician, but she’s only human. I mean, you’re barely comprehensible when
you’re just chatting on a 2m net, I’d hate to hear how you’d sound giving a
speech with a few hundred opposition MPs jeering at you!
I used to listen to Diane on the show with Andrew Neil and Michael
Portillo. In many ways she was the anti-Portillo. He was polished and
spoke inspiring confidence in his views but what he said was ultimately
not insightful or just plain wrong. On the other hand Diane's
predictions did seem more reliable.
NO. They seemed to be utter blatherskite and still are.
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Stephen Cole
2019-10-03 16:56:34 UTC
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It’s simply an observation, Brian. She speaks perfectly fluidly and clearly
when in more calm situations, she only seems to trip over her tongue when
in combative situations such as Parliament, Question Time, radio
interrogations. I wholly concede that such a flaw is not ideal in a
politician, but she’s only human. I mean, you’re barely comprehensible when
you’re just chatting on a 2m net, I’d hate to hear how you’d sound giving a
speech with a few hundred opposition MPs jeering at you!
I used to listen to Diane on the show with Andrew Neil and Michael
Portillo. In many ways she was the anti-Portillo. He was polished and
spoke inspiring confidence in his views but what he said was ultimately
not insightful or just plain wrong. On the other hand Diane's
predictions did seem more reliable.
So I guess we split into two camps the people who like our politicians
to be good showmen and the people who value insight and good policy.
Obviously the media report Diane badly because they are showmen and
value that quality in others.
I think that’s quite insightful. I’d also add that some people will go out
of their way to find fault with Abbott, usually with distinctly bigoted
undertones if not outright racism and misogyny. Brian’s obsession with her
over years is a good case in point. These people aren’t critiquing her
showmanship or policies, but are pursuing a twisted agenda.
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Basil Jet
2019-10-03 10:48:46 UTC
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You are the one trying to make excuses for someone who is just basically
hopeless and bringing race into it. I don’t care what colour her skin is.
Prita Patel delivered a brilliant speech, hitting the right areas, and will
I hope be PM sooner rather than later.
You’re such a fan of Ms Patel that you can’t even spell her name correctly?
Yup, *definitely* not a racist!
You're a fun person to be around.
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Stephen Cole
2019-10-03 16:56:34 UTC
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Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
Accent? Born in Paddington, raised in London, attended a local Grammar
School, then Cambridge. Any accent is hardly likely to be an issue.
She has a thick London accent. With her lisp, it makes for difficult
listening sometimes.
No she hasn’t.
You make her sound like some East End barrow boy from Victorian times.
Why are you saying that she doesn’t have a heavy London accent when she
clearly does? Cockney isn’t the only London accent, Brian.
Post by Stephen Cole
Things have changed now but at one time, accents started North of
Watford and Paddington isn't North of Watford.
What are you babbling about? There are wildly different accents across
London, not to mention across Kent, or the South West, etc.
You need to travel more.
Are you saying that there are not multiple accents across London and the
South Of England?
Post by Stephen Cole
As for the 'lisp', if she has one she has mastered it. It is barely
noticeable, certainly not worth mentioning.
It can be heard every time she talks. It becomes more prominent when she’s
under stress, such as giving a speech.
Your attempts to make excuses are beyond patronising.
It’s simply an observation, Brian. She speaks perfectly fluidly and clearly
when in more calm situations, she only seems to trip over her tongue when
in combative situations such as Parliament, Question Time, radio
interrogations. I wholly concede that such a flaw is not ideal in a
politician, but she’s only human. I mean, you’re barely comprehensible when
you’re just chatting on a 2m net,
http://gm0jhe.blogspot.com/2007/05/rsgb-agm-saturday-28th-april-edinburgh.html
So, a Jock could follow what a Geordie (or are you a Mackem? I forget!) was
saying. That’s not surprising, given the shared rusticness of both accents.
Or are you saying that you spoke well in front of an audience? If so,
unless a couple hundred of them were jeering and howling at you, it doesn’t
compare to speaking in Parliament.
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Grik-barstardo®™
2019-10-03 12:19:41 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
Post by The Todal
Post by Incubus
Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously. Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
Accent? Born in Paddington, raised in London, attended a local Grammar
School, then Cambridge. Any accent is hardly likely to be an issue.
She has a thick London accent. With her lisp, it makes for difficult
listening sometimes.
Things have changed now but at one time, accents started North of
Watford and Paddington isn't North of Watford.
What are you babbling about? There are wildly different accents across
London, not to mention across Kent, or the South West, etc.
Including the London black accent that she has.
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2019-10-03 14:39:51 UTC
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What are you babbling about? There are wildly different accents across
London, not to mention across Kent, or the South West, etc.
Including the London black accent that she has.
Psychopathic idiot! <tsk>
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2019-10-03 05:25:43 UTC
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Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously.
Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
Accent? Born in Paddington, raised in London, attended a local Grammar
School, then Cambridge. Any accent is hardly likely to be an issue.
Things have changed now but at one time, accents started North of
Watford and Paddington isn't North of Watford.
As for the 'lisp', if she has one she has mastered it. It is barely
noticeable, certainly not worth mentioning.
The problem isn't her diction it is the content.
Looking at the recording again, I think Stephen is probably right. Out
of sight of the camera Raab stood up, causing Abbott to sit down. For
which he sort of apologised later. It was Abbott's debut at PM's
Questions and maybe a more experienced performer would have tackled it
slightly differently and maybe said "I give way to the honourable
member" or something. Later, she stumbled over her words when trying to
refer to Theresa May.
She has a grim-faced, finger jabbing way of giving speeches and Raab had
good answers to each of her questions. He was courteous enough to
compliment her, but considering she has been in the Commons for decades
it's surprising that she sounds like a newcomer.
She’s not the slickest of speakers by a long chalk, but I suspect that
years and years of non-stop abuse, not only from plebs but also from damn
near the entire media, has made her susceptible to a level of shakiness
when under the spotlight; she would have known she’d be ripped to shreds
across the board however she performed yesterday.
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Grik-barstardo®™
2019-10-03 12:18:50 UTC
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Post by Incubus
Post by The Todal
Diane Abbott is extremely talented and charismatic
Comments like this are why it is difficult to take you seriously.
Charismatic
is a rather subjective term so perhaps you can illustrate why you think she is
talented with some good examples.
Oh, I'm sorry if you find it difficult to take my jokes seriously. I've
just been watching PM's questions today. Diane Abbott rose to ask
question of Dominic Raab. She spoke about some obscure black athlete who
had won a medal, said she was sure the House would want to congratulate
this person and then Abbott sat down, having forgotten that she was
supposed to ask a question. Jeers and laughter from the benches. The
Speaker reminded her that surely her remarks were the prelude to an
actual question, so she stood up again to ask about offensive messages
and death threats to MPs.
Not sure if satire, but that’s not what happened. For the record, Raab
jumped the gun and stood to respond to Abbott’s preamble re the athlete,
prompting Abbott to sit down until the Speaker sorted it out. HTH.
I think she did OK today, tbh. She has a bit of a lisp and a fairly thick
accent, and both are exaggerated when she’s under pressure but she made
good points throughout, albeit not especially dazzling ones.
Accent? Born in Paddington, raised in London, attended a local Grammar
School, then Cambridge. Any accent is hardly likely to be an issue.
Things have changed now but at one time, accents started North of
Watford and Paddington isn't North of Watford.
As for the 'lisp', if she has one she has mastered it. It is barely
noticeable, certainly not worth mentioning.
The problem isn't her diction it is the content.
Looking at the recording again, I think Stephen is probably right. Out
of sight of the camera Raab stood up, causing Abbott to sit down. For
which he sort of apologised later. It was Abbott's debut at PM's
Questions and maybe a more experienced performer would have tackled it
slightly differently and maybe said "I give way to the honourable
member" or something. Later, she stumbled over her words when trying to
refer to Theresa May.
She has a grim-faced, finger jabbing way of giving speeches and Raab had
good answers to each of her questions. He was courteous enough to
compliment her, but considering she has been in the Commons for decades
it's surprising that she sounds like a newcomer.
She’s not the slickest of speakers by a long chalk, but I suspect that
years and years of non-stop abuse, not only from plebs but also from damn
near the entire media, has made her susceptible to a level of shakiness
when under the spotlight
Years and years of non-stop abuse? Oh, boo hoo.
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She’s not the slickest of speakers by a long chalk, but I suspect that
years and years of non-stop abuse, not only from plebs but also from damn
near the entire media, has made her susceptible to a level of shakiness
when under the spotlight
Years and years of non-stop abuse? Oh, boo hoo.
Time for you to get institutionalized for a longer time again, demented
psychopath!
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Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems unable to
pronounce words endin' in "ng".
Don't be so Essexist. ;-)
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2019-10-03 07:43:27 UTC
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Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to pronounce words endin' in "ng".
Don't be so Essexist. ;-)
The omission of the final 'g' can be an indication of being extremely
upper-class (as in Huntin', Shootin' and Fishin').
<https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/10417849/Why-huntin-shootin-and-fish
in-types-are-out-for-Tory-blood.html>
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 Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to  pronounce words endin' in "ng".
Don't be so Essexist. ;-)
The omission of the final 'g' can be an indication of being extremely
upper-class (as in Huntin', Shootin' and Fishin').
<https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/10417849/Why-huntin-shootin-and-fish
in-types-are-out-for-Tory-blood.html>
https://tinyurl.com/y4lt4mto
Yes, I've encountered that too.

If she wasn't such a crowd-pleasing bigot, I wouldn't hold her voice
against her.
Incubus
2019-10-03 09:15:42 UTC
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 Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to  pronounce words endin' in "ng".
Don't be so Essexist. ;-)
The omission of the final 'g' can be an indication of being extremely
upper-class (as in Huntin', Shootin' and Fishin').
<https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/10417849/Why-huntin-shootin-and-fish
in-types-are-out-for-Tory-blood.html>
https://tinyurl.com/y4lt4mto
Yes, I've encountered that too.
If she wasn't such a crowd-pleasing bigot, I wouldn't hold her voice
against her.
You still haven't answered the question of why you think she is a bigot.
The Todal
2019-10-03 18:46:37 UTC
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 Meanwhile, apart from being a dimwit and a bigot, Priti Patel seems
unable to  pronounce words endin' in "ng".
Don't be so Essexist. ;-)
The omission of the final 'g' can be an indication of being extremely
upper-class (as in Huntin', Shootin' and Fishin').
<https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/10417849/Why-huntin-shootin-and-fish
in-types-are-out-for-Tory-blood.html>
https://tinyurl.com/y4lt4mto
Yes, I've encountered that too.
If she wasn't such a crowd-pleasing bigot, I wouldn't hold her voice
against her.
You still haven't answered the question of why you think she is a bigot.
https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24778/priti_patel/witham/votes

That gives her voting record in the Commons. I'm sure you'd approve of
some of her decisions, of course. But she voted against equal gay
rights, against equality and human rights, in favour of military action,
in favour of reducing welfare benefits.
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2019-10-02 11:53:40 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
Only in a car crash sort of way.
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
'Few'?
what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2017/may/02/diane-abbotts-error-filled-lbc-interview-on-police-funding-video
(Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Stupidity is independent of race or colour. Why do you think it isn't?
Stupidity is determined by race or colour. Why do you think it isn't?
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Stupidity is determined by race or colour. Why do you think it isn't?
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
That’s bullshit with this alone.

Post by Stephen Cole
The few times that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up
what she’s trying to say, though, have proved great fodder
for the racists to dine out on. And, yes, “racists” is justified
as there’s at least a dozen or more white female Tory MPs
who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but
you won’t hear a bad word said about them from the
Abbott haters. It’s not hard to conclude why not.
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2019-10-01 21:56:25 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
That’s bullshit with this alone.
She couldn't possibly be as boring, lame and demented as you are, you
trolling senile asshole from Oz!
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Gary Walker
2019-10-02 07:35:28 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker.
That’s bullshit with this alone.
http://youtu.be/MA4iiDpS-B0
My favourite is this one;



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Fredxx
2019-10-02 00:23:55 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect to
infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
Post by Stephen Cole
And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
Chris
2019-10-02 00:53:54 UTC
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Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
Roger
2019-10-02 07:00:17 UTC
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Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
Of course it could be considered racist to assume that Black families can't afford to send their kids to private schools.

Personally I believe ANY differentiation made on the basis of race is racist.

That's not a joke, I went to a school in what could be described as a very cosmopolitan area. I never understood concepts like treating people differently on the basis of skin color until the Racial Discrimination act came along.
Basil Jet
2019-10-02 09:04:15 UTC
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Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
Of course it could be considered racist to assume that Black families can't afford to send their kids to private schools.
Personally I believe ANY differentiation made on the basis of race is racist.
That's not a joke, I went to a school in what could be described as a very cosmopolitan area. I never understood concepts like treating people differently on the basis of skin color until the Racial Discrimination act came along.
I went to school in Tottenham and the black boys talking about black
power and the half-black girls bullying the full-black girls for being
blacker than them taught me what racism was.
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2019-10-02 13:07:15 UTC
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I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would
hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
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Joe
2019-10-02 13:16:28 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
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2019-10-02 13:28:29 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
No, it was because he got a scholarship.
His parents couldn't afford it.
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2019-10-02 20:20:32 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
No, it was because he got a scholarship.
His parents couldn't afford it.
I guess that Cameron etc. would regard Boris as just an over-clever oik.
I think that's why most of them don't really like him.
dennis@home
2019-10-03 07:35:21 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
No, it was because he got a scholarship.
His parents couldn't afford it.
I guess that Cameron etc. would regard Boris as just an over-clever oik.
 I think that's why most of them don't really like him.
only brexiteers think boris is clever!

he isn't running the show.
Dan S. MacAbre
2019-10-03 09:12:59 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
No, it was because he got a scholarship.
His parents couldn't afford it.
I guess that Cameron etc. would regard Boris as just an over-clever
oik.   I think that's why most of them don't really like him.
only brexiteers think boris is clever!
And remainers tend to think he's an idiot; but that's politics for you
:-) I'll wait and see how the coming months unfold.
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he isn't running the show.
The show appear to be too big to be run by one person.
Dave Plowman (News)
2019-10-03 14:04:27 UTC
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only brexiteers think boris is clever!
And remainers tend to think he's an idiot; but that's politics for you
:-) I'll wait and see how the coming months unfold.
More of a clown, I'd say.

Perhaps it's because I worked all my life in the meja that I know for
certain that a screen personality may have little to do with the true one.

And I'd say exactly the same applies to this group.
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Dan S. MacAbre
2019-10-03 14:49:23 UTC
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only brexiteers think boris is clever!
And remainers tend to think he's an idiot; but that's politics for you
:-) I'll wait and see how the coming months unfold.
More of a clown, I'd say.
Perhaps it's because I worked all my life in the meja that I know for
certain that a screen personality may have little to do with the true one.
And I'd say exactly the same applies to this group.
Can't argue with any of that.
Dave Plowman (News)
2019-10-02 14:02:29 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it.
Then pray tell who is paying for Abott's kids?
Post by Joe
Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
I'm quite sure the likes of you would just love to get rid of your kids
for as long as possible.
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Joe
2019-10-02 19:54:14 UTC
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Post by Dave Plowman (News)
I'm quite sure the likes of you would just love to get rid of your
kids for as long as possible.
Don't stop there, tell me what the likes of me are like, since you know
so much.

You must be aware that almost the only routes to being paid vast amounts
of money are through either considerable entertainment talent or by
attending private schools. MPs and particularly Cabinet ministers
rarely went to state schools. You can probably name two exceptions, but
I'd be surprised if you can name many more without the help of the
Internet.
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2019-10-03 10:27:39 UTC
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I'm quite sure the likes of you would just love to get rid of your
kids for as long as possible.
Don't stop there, tell me what the likes of me are like, since you know
so much.
You must be aware that almost the only routes to being paid vast amounts
of money are through either considerable entertainment talent or by
attending private schools. MPs and particularly Cabinet ministers
rarely went to state schools. You can probably name two exceptions, but
I'd be surprised if you can name many more without the help of the
Internet.
Oddly, not everyone wants to be paid vast amounts of money.
Some may choose a career they actually enjoy. Or, perish the thought, one
which may benefit others.
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AlexK
2019-10-02 15:39:43 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
And even Corbyn didn't send his kids exclusively to state schools.

And he wasn't educated in a state school himself.
Peeler
2019-10-02 16:07:46 UTC
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On Thu, 3 Oct 2019 01:39:43 +1000, AlexK, better known as cantankerous
trolling senile geezer Rodent Speed, wrote:

<FLUSH senile asshole's trollshit>

01:39 am? AGAIN, you miserable clinically insane trolling asshole from Oz?
Is it your senile hormones that never allow you to sleep in, or is it your
loneliness that forces you to get up EVERY NIGHT between 1 and 4 am, just so
you have someone to talk to on Usenet?
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2019-10-02 16:38:06 UTC
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<fluhs Grik skata>

Hypocritical much, anus?
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2019-10-02 19:19:41 UTC
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Hypocritical much, anus?
Clinically insane much, pedophilic gay dreckserb Razovic? Of COURSE!
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2019-10-02 18:41:52 UTC
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Post by Chris
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of
money for private schooling at predominantly white schools so her
children don't have to be educated alongside black children whom
she believes would hold them back.
Ah - so that's the reason Boris was sent to Eton. You live and learn.
No, it was because his parents could afford it. Very few parents other
than Corbyn would fail to send their children to private schools if
they could.
And even Corbyn didn't send his kids exclusively to state schools.
And he wasn't educated in a state school himself.
but but...he's special
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Dan S. MacAbre
2019-10-02 20:22:38 UTC
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Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
Grik-barstardo®™
2019-10-02 20:47:26 UTC
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Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
Dan S. MacAbre
2019-10-02 20:52:33 UTC
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Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
Grik-barstardo®™
2019-10-02 21:05:56 UTC
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Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
It would have been a little presumptuous of Diane Abbott and Tony
Blair to believe that their children would automatically become
political leaders...or teachers, for that matter.
Peeler
2019-10-02 22:23:15 UTC
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It would have been a little presumptuous of Diane Abbott and Tony
Blair to believe that their children would automatically become
political leaders...or teachers, for that matter.
Well, one thing is for sure, none of them will ever become a perverted
psychopathic troll like you, dreckserb Razovic, regardless of what school
they attend!
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Incubus
2019-10-03 08:53:10 UTC
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Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
It would have been a little presumptuous of Diane Abbott and Tony
Blair to believe that their children would automatically become
political leaders...or teachers, for that matter.
Remember, West Indian mothers would "go to the wall" for their children. One
shouldn't be too critical of her, however, because white people also love
playing divide and rule...
Peeler
2019-10-03 10:02:51 UTC
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Remember, West Indian mothers would "go to the wall" for their children. One
shouldn't be too critical of her, however, because white people also love
playing divide and rule...
Remember, HE's a filthy perverted and clinically insane troll, while YOU are
a brain damaged troll-feeding senile asshole!
Grik-barstardo®™
2019-10-03 12:22:49 UTC
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Post by Dan S. MacAbre
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Post by Dan S. MacAbre
Post by Chris
Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
It would have been a little presumptuous of Diane Abbott and Tony
Blair to believe that their children would automatically become
political leaders...or teachers, for that matter.
Remember, West Indian mothers would "go to the wall" for their children. One
shouldn't be too critical of her, however, because white people also love
playing divide and rule...
Meanwhile, West Indian fathers would go out of the door...and never
come back!
Peeler
2019-10-03 14:41:54 UTC
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Meanwhile, West Indian fathers would go out of the door...and never
come back!
Oh, keep your psychopathic bullshit to yourself and out of normally evolved
humans' ngs, you inane psychopath!
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Peeler
2019-10-02 22:20:45 UTC
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Post by Dan S. MacAbre
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
You don't yet know what kind of perverted things the troll justifies that
you keep feeding, senile idiot! Actually, you know it, but, senile idiot
that you are, you prefer to ignore it!
Incubus
2019-10-03 08:51:41 UTC
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Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
Of course - we can't have the people being well educated because they might
start demanding a better class of politician.
The Natural Philosopher
2019-10-03 08:52:18 UTC
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Of course - we can't have the people being well educated because they might
start demanding a better class of politician.
+1
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Dan S. MacAbre
2019-10-03 09:08:55 UTC
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Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
Of course - we can't have the people being well educated because they might
start demanding a better class of politician.
Better classes of people tend not to become politicians :-)
AlexK
2019-10-03 16:20:06 UTC
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Post by Chris
Post by Fredxx
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist,
I don't think that's entirely fair. She's paid an awful lot of money for
private schooling at predominantly white schools so her children don't
have to be educated alongside black children whom she believes would hold
them back.
I believe that she wants to end private education for everyone else; but
for her own children, she said that she was thinking more as a mother
than an MP.
In other words, she *knows* that there's something wrong with state
schools. Didn't we see similar hypocrisy when Tony Blair sent his son
Euan to the grant-maintained London Oratory School while trying to
deny other parents the choice?
The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
Of course - we can't have the people being well educated because they might
start demanding a better class of politician.
It's far from clear that that has anything to do with education.
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2019-10-03 16:42:11 UTC
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It's far from clear that that has anything to do with education.
LOL In auto-contradicting mode again, you abnormal trolling senile pest from
Oz? BTW, everything still dark outside at 02:20 am in Australia, senile
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The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
Of course - we can't have the people being well educated because they might
start demanding a better class of politician.
It's far from clear that that has anything to do with education.
Isn't it true that the majority straight from uni (the best educated?)
tend to favour the left side of centre? Before they have that idealism
knocked out of them?
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2019-10-03 18:50:20 UTC
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The only person I ever heard trying to justify this sort of thing said
that political leaders need to be well-educated so that they can teach
the rest of us. I remain to be convinced.
Of course - we can't have the people being well educated
because they might start demanding a better class of politician.
It's far from clear that that has anything to do with education.
Isn't it true that the majority straight from uni (the best educated?)
tend to favour the left side of centre?
It is pretty clear that younger people are more likely
to be more left of center. But it isnt clear that that
changes much with the quality of education they get.

And even if those who get more education after leaving
school are more likely to be left of center than those who
don’t get any more formal education after leaving school.

And even if that is true, it could just be that the more
left of center people are more likely to be prepared
to spend more time in post school formal education
and the more gung ho that just want to start working
like you did are less likely to be left of center people,
particularly those who want to get involved in
small business and end up owning one themselves.

And there isnt any real evidence that what is arguably
the better education in private schools does produce
individuals who demand a better calls of politicians.
Plenty of them have no real interest in politics at all.
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Before they have that idealism knocked out of them?
There isnt any real evidence of any knocking out involved.
Its much more about attitudes changing as you age.

Yes, there are certainly some like Corbyn and Benn
and you who are just as left of center as you always
were, but that’s not as common as those not as
being as lefty as they were in their youth.

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2019-10-02 10:40:24 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect to
infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful...
they move to their habitual campaign of personal destruction
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2019-10-02 12:04:42 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect to
infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful...
they move to their habitual campaign of personal destruction
and the good news is austerity has come to a end and we can get back to
some good old profligate spending

under the tories

on american start ups

and pinching ladies thighs under the table with short fat stubby fingers
is back in vogue... hoo rah... only if you have piggy eyes and look
kinda reminiscent of Benny Hill that is

which is a damn shame

although ive always thought the piggy eyed should be given a break


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and the good news is austerity has come to a end and we can get back to
some good old profligate spending
under the tories
One thing they are good at is buying votes. DUP, etc.
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be
interesting to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times
that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say,
though, have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect
to infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
And, yes, “racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more
white female Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for
example) but you won’t hear a bad word said about them from the
Abbott haters. It’s not hard to conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful... they move to their habitual campaign of personal
destruction
But the comment on here has been about Abbot. Wonder what that says to you?
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2019-10-02 14:03:37 UTC
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Post by abelard
Post by Fredxx
And, yes, “racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more
white female Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for
example) but you won’t hear a bad word said about them from the
Abbott haters. It’s not hard to conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful... they move to their habitual campaign of personal
destruction
But the comment on here has been about Abbot. Wonder what that says to you?
i saw comments about truss...perhaps you can't see them

abbot is not interesting to me as 'she' is thick
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2019-10-02 16:01:41 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be
interesting to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times
that she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say,
though, have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect
to infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
And, yes, “racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more
white female Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for
example) but you won’t hear a bad word said about them from the
Abbott haters. It’s not hard to conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful... they move to their habitual campaign of personal
destruction
But the comment on here has been about Abbot. Wonder what that says to you?
The thread was started by your Socialist chum and the subject is Diane
Abbott.
BTW, she had another counting failure today during PMQs. Surprisingly, it
was Bercow who pointed it out.
We all make the odd slip but she abuses the privilege.
Looking forward to your harsh critique of every mistake Liz Truss makes,
Brian. Because you’re *definitely* not a racist, eh?
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2019-10-02 16:47:18 UTC
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Post by abelard
Post by Fredxx
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be
interesting to see how she does.
She?s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times
that she?s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she?s trying to say,
though, have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect
to infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
And, yes, ?racists? is justified as there?s at least a dozen or more
white female Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for
example) but you won?t hear a bad word said about them from the
Abbott haters. It?s not hard to conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful... they move to their habitual campaign of personal
destruction
But the comment on here has been about Abbot. Wonder what that says to you?
The thread was started by your Socialist chum and the subject is Diane
Abbott.
BTW, she had another counting failure today during PMQs. Surprisingly, it
was Bercow who pointed it out.
We all make the odd slip but she abuses the privilege.
Looking forward to your harsh critique of every mistake Liz Truss makes,
Brian. Because you’re *definitely* not a racist, eh?
Looking forward to yet more of your pandering to incompetent diverse
people. Because you're *definitely* progressive, eh?
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Looking forward to your harsh critique of every mistake Liz Truss makes,
Brian. Because you’re *definitely* not a racist, eh?
Looking forward to yet more of your pandering to incompetent diverse
people. Because you're *definitely* progressive, eh?
Looking forward to yet another demonstration of your stupidity and
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2019-10-02 17:07:34 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be
interesting to see how she does.
She's generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times
that she's dropped a bollock and fucked up what she's trying to say,
though, have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on.
Ms Abbot is the very definition of a racist, someone you would expect
to infer that non-Caribbean mothers care less for their children than
Caribbean mothers.
And, yes, "racists" is justified as there's at least a dozen or more
white female Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for
example) but you won't hear a bad word said about them from the
Abbott haters. It's not hard to conclude why not.
Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
truss is very able...you can always tell when socialists are getting
fearful... they move to their habitual campaign of personal
destruction
But the comment on here has been about Abbot. Wonder what that says to you?
That she is much more stupid and much more of a racial bigot
than the average senior front bench politician, let alone shadow
home secretary,
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2019-10-02 19:24:37 UTC
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That she is much more stupid
Hardly anyone could ever be as stupid as you, you abnormal 85-year-old
trolling senile pest from Oz! They even dedicated a website to your
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Given I don't even know what Liz Truss looks like they are not in the
same league of media attention as Abbot. Perhaps Truss makes less faux pars.
Makes me wonder just where you get your news from, if you've never seen
Liz Truss.
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2019-10-02 04:52:26 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
Oh dear....
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2019-10-02 05:59:34 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
But are *they* in a positions as senior as Shadow Home Secretary?
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2019-10-02 09:53:30 UTC
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I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
But are *they* in a positions as senior as Shadow Home Secretary?
The problem with Abbott is not that she is black - that only allows her
to play the race card with impunity. It is that she is utterly and
compltely hopeless as an effective human being in charge of anything
more challenging than a soiled nappy.
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Post by Vidcapper
I see she is up for PMQs tomorrow.
An odd choice given her track record perhaps so it will be interesting
to see how she does.
She’s generally a compelling and interesting speaker. The few times that
she’s dropped a bollock and fucked up what she’s trying to say, though,
have proved great fodder for the racists to dine out on. And, yes,
“racists” is justified as there’s at least a dozen or more white female
Tory MPs who are monumentally dense (Liz Truss, for example) but you
won’t
hear a bad word said about them from the Abbott haters. It’s not hard to
conclude why not.
But are *they* in a positions as senior as Shadow Home Secretary?
The problem with Abbott is not that she is black
it is what matters to racists like cole...

vote for her because she's is 'black'...not because she has ability
or sense
Post by The Natural Philosopher
- that only allows her
to play the race card with impunity.
part of what matters to cole is that she's a fellow racist
Post by The Natural Philosopher
It is that she is utterly and
compltely hopeless as an effective human being in charge of anything
more challenging than a soiled nappy.
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2019-10-02 12:44:43 UTC
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But are *they* in a positions as senior as Shadow Home Secretary?
It's the high profile position that makes her look even more
outstandingly incompetent.
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But are *they* in a positions as senior as Shadow Home Secretary?
It's the high profile position that makes her look even more
outstandingly incompetent.
he did have trouble counting to six today
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