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#walkaway
#1
It seems the Democrats have a MAJOR problem!

Self inflicted.

When you're anti-white and anti-male it's hardly a surprise when white males abandon the party en masse









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#2
They sound completely crazy.  Never go total Peter Fonda.
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#3
(07-05-2018, 05:34 PM)StingingNettle Wrote: They sound completely crazy.  Never go total Peter Fonda.

HAHAHAAHAH !
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#4
It is my fervent hope the Democrats keep committing Hari Kari right thru the mid terms. If they lose this election, I think they will go totally bat shit crazy. (the words of Lindsey Graham about Trump) The one Achilles heel for Trump is the economy. That can go tits up at any time IMO, then it's a 2020 socialist government I guess. Just pray the economy makes it to November. After that,, well,, the reprieve couldn't last forever.
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(07-09-2018, 05:23 PM)doubletroublejim Wrote: It is my fervent hope the Democrats keep committing Hari Kari right thru the mid terms.  If they lose this election, I think they will go totally bat shit crazy. (the words of Lindsey Graham about Trump) The one Achilles heel for Trump is the economy.  That can go tits up at any time IMO, then it's a 2020 socialist government I guess.  Just pray the economy makes it to November.  After that,, well,, the reprieve couldn't last forever.

It looks as though Theresa May, UK prime minister, is possibly being toppled by the pro-Brexit politicians, because she is seen as trying to stale the process of Brexit.

I think there is a real possibility that the Western stock markets, the Dow and the European indexes that follow it, will fall at the end of June, from about 24th July and there could be a bull trap in the week before the crash. 

That would tend to be negative for all current politicians.

I hope it isn't negative for Donald Trump, but he has only taken office recently so maybe the electorate would blame the crash on the Democrats as they presided over the economic conditions that cause crashes.

At least in the UK if our current prime minister falls, she would hopefully be replaced by a pro-Brexit politician like Jacob Rees Mogg or Daniel Hannan. I doubt the British people have the stomach for being betrayed by anyone who was ever associated with Tony Blair. There also seems to be a strong movement in the USA against the betrayal of ordinary people by the Democrats.
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#6
Trump has ballyhooed the economy, and stock market since he came into office. He owns the economy now. He did say the economy was in a bubble during the presidential election, but that was a long time ago.  The Democrats and their media will howl if it happens, and enough of the electorate will blame him for a crash or recession whether or not he is really responsible. Trump's played right into that, although it would have been hard to do anything else politically I think.

I wish you well on the Briexit. Like so much else it doesn't seem to matter all that much what people vote for.  The elites will try to have their way regardless. Same here in the U.S. too.
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#7
The elites who support these "liberal" agendas are showing themselves to more people as a self-interested group who use groups they claim to be helping to harm everyone except themselves. They don't care about women, and the sickening use of the word "woman" by the Guardian to apply to Hillary Clinton on the days after her losing the US presidential election was like the tide going out and you could see which simpering women writers, some who I had thought more of like Margaret Attwood, were morally naked. I can't imagine Doris Lessing joining that shameful choir.

Lots of rock stars and other media personalities, Eddie Izard springs to mind, are part of that "liberal" elite, and it severely affects my wish to listen to their music or anything to do with them. They try to portray anyone else as stupid and uneducated. Obviously this has taken over the universities, anyone who doesn't have one of their dumbed down little degrees is considered worthless. Guardian readers get very put out when they are described as Orwellian, they think they own Orwell.

They were incredibly nasty to the singer Kate Bush when she said that she likes Theresa May, our prime minister. It was an innocent personal opinion from a lady who has been living like a hermit for decades and isn't particularly political.

The house of lords in the UK used to be genuine aristocrats with real education and intelligence who supported what was morally right against politicians. Now it is full of Blair-appointed labour peers, snarly little nobodies with the title Lord whatever. They get paid huge amounts for doing nothing and oppressing anyone other than the liberal elite class they belong to. And this is the kind of Blair era politician who is still sitting comfortably in a highly paid position of power https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alastair_Campbell doing what I have no idea.

I welcome the articulate, intelligent voices who speak out against these pieces of shit who think they own our intellectual culture.
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#8
100% silverfish
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#9
It was in the news that the music band "Rage Against the Machine" have sent a solicitor's letter to Nigel Farage because he used something similar to their band name for something he is doing. They called him far right and things.

https://metro.co.uk/2018/07/12/rage-mach...e-7707162/#

As you know, it really pisses me off when music bands and other brands appropriate cultural elements that belong to us all, so that you can't google something like "rag and bone man" without pages and pages of references to some singer I have never listened to, obliterating anything that refers to the guys who did that for a living in the nineteenth century.

Do these right on trendy musicians own our words?

It does make me want to close my ears to their music, and anything about them.
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