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|>>|| No. 86327
Maybe hating Jews is the vote-winner that Labour have been looking for. Vote Labour for a kinder, gentler Holocaust.
|>>|| No. 86328
>Vote Labour for a kinder, gentler Holocaust
I believe the current Labour stance is either that the Holocaust didn't happen or was greatly exaggerated.
|>>|| No. 86329
>either that the Holocaust didn't happen or was greatly exaggerated
Typical flip-floppery. I wish they'd just make up their mind already.
|>>|| No. 86330
I for one enjoy the position, that the Nazis didn't systematically kill all the Jews they simply rounded them up into ghettos, then later forced them into camps where they worked them to death, that makes it sound like those nazi chaps were much more reasonable.
Equally that the people who deny the holocaust happened seem to be the ones who most want a holocaust to happen, what's that about eh?
|>>|| No. 86331
I wish Labour would just come out as racists.
It may be unthinkable and horrifying for hand wringing middle class champagne socialists, but a racist Labour party would win an absolute landslide frankly; and alongside the mess they've made of Brexit, it would save us from the Tories for a generation or more.
It's a price worth paying.
|>>|| No. 86332
They don't have to go full racist, just Islamaphobe. They'd lose the Muslamic vote but where are they going to go, Respect? That'd never happen anyway since Labour has been taken over by the sort of left-wingers who think Israel is an illegitimate state.
|>>|| No. 86335
Aren't you lads just talking about the BNP? They weren't particularly successful in elections.
|>>|| No. 86337
That was EPIC lads, well done, some really braindead shit.
Maybe, but if it weren't for the financial crash we mightn't have had Brexit, or the coalition government, or a string of World Cup humilations for England, or the crimes of Jimmy saville (the real one not saville).
|>>|| No. 86338
THERE WILL BE CLEAN DRINKING WATER. THERE WILL BE ADEQUATE SUPPLIES OF GLUCOSE.
|>>|| No. 86487
The Turkish have a saying for these circumstances, "and if my Aunt had balls she'd be my Uncle"
|>>|| No. 86488
That might be because since saville left "UKIP gets new leader" isn't news. I daresay the new Number Two will last about as long as the rest.
|>>|| No. 86491
Call me paranoid if you must, but I think Saville is angling to become head of state, and right now he's laying the groundwork amongst his mindless followers.
Bugger me, if that plane had been traveling another fifteen miles an hour... I understand the Turks, Dutch and literally everyone else has a saying for that kind of thinking.
|>>|| No. 86610
Today is the first day in a long while where I have seriously thought that IIIWW could yet die.
This is good.
|>>|| No. 86611
Careful with that. Through some confusion the Withdrawal Agreement just got back on the table.
|>>|| No. 86619
I've spent the day dreaming up weird but (apparently) plausible unthought of outcomes.
Leaving the EU for an even closer deal with the EU (if I recall, the referendum was about being in or out of the EU, with no gauge on how close people wanted to be, so it's very loosely plausible that people voted for a much closer relationship with them, just outside the EU)
Or my current favourite: Leaving the EU while simultaneously joining the Schengen area and adopting the euro. That'd be such an interesting move.
|>>|| No. 86621
Leave the EU, join the African Union.
Leave the EU, make everyone learn German.
Revoke article 50, build a massive trebuchet, lob rotten cows at Calais until the French declare war.
England becomes independent, the rest of the United Kingdom remains in the EU, rebuild Hadrian's wall.
Petition Leo Varadkar to take over the whole of the United Kingdom except Northern Ireland, make the Queen live in Belfast.
Just let everyone pretend that their preferred outcome has taken place.
|>>|| No. 86622
The Tory whips have given up, the filibuster is over, the Lords are packing their duvets and going home.
|>>|| No. 86623
Boris 0-4 Parliament
(Letwin, Benn, B. Johnson (og))
Rumours are that the price of dropping the filibuster was getting an election, which Labour agreed to on the strict condition that the Benn bill passes and the PM actually does what he's told. I'm led to believe that the motion for an early election is a one-off and can't be tabled a second time in the same session, so this would have to wait until after Parliament is resumed on the 14th, and the following week of sitting is usually given over to a Queen's Speech debate.
|>>|| No. 86625
Am I the only one that thinks that's mental phrasing? You shouldn't be torn between anything. You're the PM. Act in the national interest.
|>>|| No. 86629
The wonderful thing about the Tiggers is that soon there will be only one!
|>>|| No. 86630
I'm not suggesting Boris is really desperate at this point, but he's just given a speech and there's something very familiar in the top left corner, something that suggests Boris is seriously considering time travel as a solution to all his woes. And I happen to know that the owner of that box can bring down a UK government with six words.
|>>|| No. 86632
Evidently the whips came to some form of agreement. It's not clear what that is, though JRM having teased a new vote on an early election on Monday may be a hint. Which is funny because I thought the rules were you couldn't have a second motion on an early election in the same session. That, and Labour were holding out for at least the law to be granted royal assent and obeyed by the PM before doing that, particularly since recent evidence suggests that you could put BoJo's balls in a vice and the cunt would still mug you off.
|>>|| No. 86633
In Wakefield no less.
I didn't finish work early enough or I'd have been there to shout a dot gee ess meme at him before pulling out a BB gun, getting myself arrested and turning our humble image board into a defacto daft militant wog organisation in the process.
|>>|| No. 86635
Labour told the Lords they would back a General Election if the Lords allowed the No Deal legislation to pass. It passed, and then Labour turned around and joined the other parties in not backing the General Election.
Once again, Corbyn has played an absolute blinder.
|>>|| No. 86636
>Labour told the Lords they would back a General Election if the Lords allowed the No Deal legislation to pass
That almost certainly wouldn't have been the only condition. It's been fairly clear from the outset that they won't agree to an election without closing off as many loopholes as they can find, given BoJo has made it clear he's prepared to go to any length to get his own way.
It's the equivalent of having to drive a child to school, with the child lock set, walk them through the gates, into the building and escort them to their seat in registration in order to make absolutely sure that they do, in fact, go to school.
|>>|| No. 86686
Yet another Tigger joins the Lib Dems. Angela Smith has made the jump. No, me neither.
|>>|| No. 86688
I think there are three or four Tiggers and about five of The Independents.
|>>|| No. 86689
They're down to five. I can only assume that they've got a whole bunch of photos of various combinations of members so they can put one on the front page every time someone leaves.
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