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    Knives out for Nigel -

    Seems the EU has swallowed the CH4 smear campaign and will investigate Nigel's financial affairs; just like they did with Mariane Le Pen. This from an organisation swimming in corruption that hasn't had it's books audited in over a decade. Don't they know that our Tory Party has been funded by Millionaires since it was founded, and if millionaires want to start funding a popular politician for a change - so be it. Just sour grapes from our liberal media and the EU. Still, if they can't play the ball, I suppose they have to play the man.
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    May to go -

    Finally the PM has agreed to resign in due course; but if we think the pantomime is over, just look at the possible replacements, led by BoJO - a sad reflection on the quality of our politics and politicians. Perhaps candidates should have medical exams to discover if the have a back bone ?
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    May to go -

    Asp, I use the term without any fear whatsoever - the sooner the better, and put this pantomime behind us.
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    May to go -

    So, May stands down; BoJo (the favourite) takes over; the numbers in Parliament haven't changed - so what happens ? I suppose if the new PM makes some futile attempt to renegotiate the Backstop, which the EU have said is their last offer; takes us over the October deadline and we simply crash out with no deal or a G/Election is called to try and refresh the parliamentary arithmetic ?
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    Which side are you on

    The King's magic suit of cloths.
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    Manchester Wine Mistake !

    Would they taste the difference ?
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    The curse of Twitter

    I thought the current insanity was confined to the West, but it seems air heads are a global phenomena:- A 16yo Malaysian girl put out a poll on instagram, asking whether she should live or die. 60% replied that she should die, so she duly commited suicide. πŸ™„
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    Climate emergency

    Perhaps another disincentive would be to scrap family allowance payments - especially for MPs !
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    Climate emergency

    πŸ˜‰ Well, there is a faint solution on the horizon Tex; where education (especially of young girls) is a funded priority, the evidence seems to confirm that empowered women exercise more control over reproduction. Given the Β£billions being thrown at them in overseas aid, one would expect results. But political corruption by their own leaders and agricultural exploitation by rich countries, seems to be holding progress back. But even with such progress, unless a more educated population actually choose to have less or no kids, I can't see a reduction in overall numbers happening.
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    The curse of Twitter

    back to ignore - what a p***k πŸ™„
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    The curse of Twitter

    But the fiction has now turned into fact - which is the point.
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    The curse of Twitter

    Think you'll find that both books were about cultural marxism.
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    The curse of Twitter

    If anyone doubted Orwell's 1984; the offenderatti have now reported this matter to the Police, who are now investigating - two legs good, four legs bad.
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    Climate emergency

    I've no doubt that advanced technological and educated societies will produce more reproductively responsible results; but if two people produce more than two kids and live to a ripe old age, the birth rate exceeds the death rate, thus increasing population. However, in the Third world, partly due to ignorance and religions, and to a lack of elderly security; you have population explosions, despite all the wars, disease, natural disasters and famines that regularly afflict them. It's in these poorer areas that the problem will be greatest and coupled with the disparities in wealth, creates the pressures and incentives for the mass migrations that we're already witnessing. Now there are theories out there that suggest, through the eventual demise of the Y chromosome, males will become extinct, even if LGBT social pressures don't do it earlier ! πŸ˜‰
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    Climate emergency

    Sorry Asp; 70 thousand years ago, at least when they left Africa , I was thinking of earlier hominids. Who actually "expects" "a decline"; other than by some form of global trauma ?
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    Brexit dictionary

    We'll wait and see then, shall we.
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    Climate emergency

    For millions of years the human population remained steady at around a billion, simply because death rates remained on a par with birth rates. It was with the emergence of medical advances that reduced death rates, that the spike occured in the late 18th C. and the trajectory is set to continue up. The idea that humans will cease to reproduce, and thus see a fall in population levels, is ludicrous. The only countries with estimated reductions in population will be Japan, Russia and E/Europe. The UK will increase by 10million ! Far from feeling guilty, I'll be glad to leave it behind. πŸ˜‰
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    Brexit dictionary

    Errm, nope, a General Election would hopefully clear out the Parliamentary stables of the Remoaner careerist s**t and provide the opportunity to finally Leave (with no deal) as per the referendum decision. There would then be a need to reform the political system to make it responsive to the public (popular) opinion, starting with the anachronistic and undemocratic House of Lords. This has to be done and dusted before anything else, as we can't move on until the matter is concluded.
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    Climate emergency

    Not mine either Asp; think we've had the best of it, and it's now downhill all the way.
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    The curse of Twitter

    Big Brother Corporation.
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    Brexit dictionary

    The only way forward now, is to fill Parliament with Brexit Party MPs, and the fight back starts with the Euro Election, which, in effect, provides the second referendum that the Remoaners keep calling for.
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    Climate emergency

    Well there's one thing that trumps all others. and is arguably the main causal factor behind all others - human overpopulation. At around 7 billion, global population is set to increase by another 3 billion (equal to the populations of Africa, Europe and S/America combined) by 2050. The essentials to life, food, water and oxygen are decreasing due to over consumption; the finite resources of the Planet are simply unable to sustain this level of demand. So for future generations life looks bleak indeed and I can't see a "civilised" society coming up with any socially acceptable answers. The Chinese tried the one child policy, which has failed and the Indians won't even bother, making them the highest populated country in the near future. Ironically, the biggest increases in population numbers will occure in the poorest areas of the earth, like Africa; where richer countries are already buying up land for intensive farming to feed themselves; which will lead to migratory pressures that we are already witnessing. It will also lead to resource wars, as competing nations seek to sustain their own populations. With demand exceeding supply, a breakdown in social cohesion and preventative health programmes, will allow nature to apply the final answer, in the form of plagues. So the kids who were claiming that Brexit stole their futures or climate change is doing the same, need to stand back and view the real fundemental cause of their doom.
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    Digital strip searches ?

    Due to failures in court, the CPS has brought in the idea of alleged rape victims surrendering their mobile phones for examination by the Police. Aside from the privacy issues, looking around at today's female population, depriving them of their phones could mean the end of their world and possibly mass suicides ! But what if they maintain two phones - a private one and one they can hand in to the Police ?
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    New PM?

    Not a Remoaner then ? !
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    Examining the entrails -

    Well, all the experts and politicians are trying to put a favourable spin on last nights local election results, which basically saw defeat for both main Parties, as public frustration with the Brexit debacle was translated into votes. However, the LibDem and Green elation at benefiting from protest, could be rather premature, as Leave voters had no one to vote for, leaving them to spoil their ballot papers or not vote at all; hence the low turn outs. The real test of the public mood will come later this month with the Euro elections, where the pro or anti Brexit mood will be clearly established. As one BBC commentator said, both May and Corbyn are like startled rabbits, caught in the headlights of the Euro-election HGV, speeding towards them, and not knowing which side of the road to jump.
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