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Find yourself a good joke book? It will answer all your questions! :)) ;)
You are aware that Nigel Farage is:
(a) Not an MP
(b) Not a member of the Conservative Party
,and is therefore ineligible to stand in the leadership election.
I thought I'd get that one out of the way early on for non-UK residents.
=)), that's funny. But seriously, I would like to know more.
I am not sure if BJ is a brilliant act or a scary professional politician whose ideas you will rarely see due to his kameleon skills.
Wolverine in No 10. :D
May's a shoo-in. me thinks a deal between May & Gove is most likely outcome to avoid anymore animosity.
Yeah, because immigrants are not humans. :|
I actually hope the Spanish government here will do something about the growing 'English Problem' along the Spanish coastline. They just cost too much money for the CatSalut (Spanish HealthCare). Spanish people first! Throw the Englishmen out!
argument going. Here's mine
" I've heard Theresa May is going to reintroduce slavery, to save on benifit payments!
If true, this is terrible "
" I've heard T May is going to bring trained monkeys to do simply tasks, so she can
Kill the unemployed ! If true, that's terrible "
Yes I'd heard the same but the monkeys were to form the new cabinet. :D
Now there's a term I've not heard for some time. Is there even such a thing anymore? After all, the so called 'third world' is fast eclipsing the developed world in most areas. How dare they? The savages.
There was a moment in time when the word 'nazi' was nothing more than a contraction of 'national socialism'....way before the word became acceptable. My point: No use to 'objectively' explain the meaning of 'third world immigrants'. It's simply a nasty example of stigmatization. One that we should always prevent.
You know, I am not a conservative. I will never be. Because as long as I live I consider myself a progressive, which is exactly the opposite of conservative.
Yet, by listening to Theresa May's speech in full, I hear a woman that is perhaps the most progressive voice within the Conservative Party. She says herself that she isn't necessarily an idealist, but her speech oozes a new kind, more empathic, more progressive, more inclusive and more social conservatism. And that in itself is a new kind of idealism, that not just the UK needs, but all countries in Europe and North-America.
Theresa May has the necessary temperament that in my opinion not just Boris Johnson lacked, but also David Cameron. She has a warm, empathic voice. And although she isn't the pub visitor that Boris is, I really would love to have an intense, empathic discussion with her about the future of Europe. We might not agree! On many things we mind disagree. But to me she comes across as a woman that dares to negotiate and is even open about some other policy points that I would have.
This is the first time I hear a politician critisising the heart of establishment politics, but she isn't doing that in a way that current divisive populists or demagogues are doing (Donald Trump, Geert Wilders, Nigel Farage). She is critisising establishment politics.....like I would do: Firm, but not in a poisonous way. Strict, but not by blatantly slamming them with divisive and xenophobic wordings. And indirectly she upholds a certain respect for one of the three fundamental powers from the Trias Politica: The Government. A respect that we don't hear anymore these days. 'Governing' means representing people and listening to people. It doesn't mean that it's a despised elitist institution or solely an institution of power. Theresa May knows that.
Here is the part of her quote I liked most. She knows the Kingdom isn't just an Elite Kingdom, White Kingdom, Black Kingdom, Worker Class Kingdom or Muslim Kingdom. No, she stands for the United Kingdom:
Dear forummembers? Please all utter your support for Theresa May. You can't vote for her, but especially now a strong new leader especially needs strong support. Theresa May it is for me :-).
on this one speech from May ? ;) would you also be familiar with the idea of a
politician saying one thing to get elected, then doing something else. Like
Nick Clegg's no university fees pledge. :))