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Crocodile Tears.

Postby Schnauzer » Wed Jun 29, 2016 7:30 pm

The scenes outside the Houses of Parliament were something to behold as droves of 'Remain' voters gathered to voice their displeasure with the result of the referendum.

Of particular interest was the manner in which the female political leader of her entourage (left nameless since it's par for the course) was able to tearfully address the newshounds that attended her with such concern for the future of the youth of the nation.

The same political leader whom (along with a whole host of her like-minded colleagues) managed to ignore the real needs of the youth of the nation for so long in the past but (along with her tears) probably thought it a fitting opportunity to gain favour for her party.

The whole purpose of the referendum was to determine how the British public felt about being part of the EU and, whether or not the result was or was not that which was expected, it DID determine how the majority of the British public felt about their membership.

Expressing 'FEARS' about what the future might hold for us all (in or out of the EU) is not really conducive to the 'BULLDOG' spirit of the old time 'Brits' who managed to maintain a stiff upper lip in the face of all adversity in 'The Good Old Days' :lol: and it might even be open to suggestion that the vast number of immigrants which have successfully integrated in the UK, could in fact be the underlying reason for why the 'Brits' have lost so much of their "Gertcha Cow-son, I'll put me bleedun toe behind yer !" attitude and mellowed somewhat.

Much has been said about 'Racism' and 'Xenophobia' recently..., a handy political 'TOOL' for the politicians (particularly those who feel that they should shed their tears because things did not go quite as they anticipated) and you may be sure that the 'TOOL' will be well used.

If "I" had the authority to impose the shedding of tears upon politicians, I think I would insist that they should be shed out of deference to the millions of unfortunates who NOW wander aimlessly (with their young children) across many nations as a direct result of their actions.

EU my arse, why not a bit of consideration for the fact that we are ALL human beings and (as Gandhi said) "There is room for us all" :wink:
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Postby Paul ZKTV » Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:47 pm

I have no idea what your point is ???
the LIBERAL LEADER was there and most of the people there were very young ...
seems most of your post is just about old people living in the past .

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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:53 pm

Paul ZKTV wrote:... old people living in the past .


Yup! That sums up 21st Century (lol :roll: ) UK.
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Schnauzer » Wed Jun 29, 2016 9:16 pm

Paul ZKTV wrote:I have no idea what your point is ???
the LIBERAL LEADER was there and most of the people there were very young ...
seems most of your post is just about old people living in the past .

https://www.facebook.com/Channel4News/v ... 076771939/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1732671000335981/




Jeremy Thorpe was a LIBERAL LEADER and he was very 'Liberal' with the very young by all accounts. :lol:
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Paul ZKTV » Wed Jun 29, 2016 11:41 pm

Schnauzer wrote:
Paul ZKTV wrote:I have no idea what your point is ???
the LIBERAL LEADER was there and most of the people there were very young ...
seems most of your post is just about old people living in the past .

https://www.facebook.com/Channel4News/v ... 076771939/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1732671000335981/




Jeremy Thorpe was a LIBERAL LEADER and he was very 'Liberal' with the very young by all accounts. :lol:


No he was GAY at a time where people made bad jokes about it - the rest of it you make up or read it in a flat tree with coal dust on it ...
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Schnauzer » Thu Jun 30, 2016 7:03 am

[quote="Paul ZKTV"] I have no idea what your point is ???


Then do not concern yourself by trying to fathom it all out, the blinkered horse has no idea about where it is heading either.

As long as the 'Nose-bag' is replenished sufficient to it's needs, all's well and it will obliviously plod on toward the 'Knacker's Yard' :wink:
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Robin Hood » Thu Jun 30, 2016 9:05 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Paul ZKTV wrote:... old people living in the past .


Yup! That sums up 21st Century (lol :roll: ) UK.


There was a young bull and an old bull in a field, when the farmer left the gate open to a heard of cows.
The young bull said 'Let's run down and have our way with a couple!' The old bull, being much wiser said 'No son .... let's walk down and do the lot!'

With age comes wisdom through experience .... remember that. :roll: :wink:
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Schnauzer » Fri Jul 01, 2016 7:12 pm

If you would like an example of 'Stupid Statement' made by one of those (in Power) upon whom (among many others) we rely as a protector of our interests, look no further than the words of profound wisdom delivered today by John McDonell MP (Shadow Chancellor of the Labour Party) who concluded his brief concerning the future prospects of Jeremy Corbyn by stating that the matter will be resolved by a process:-

"Recently invented by the GREEKS called 'Democracy!" :lol:

Now, in whom may we place out trust when confronted with THAT kind of wisdom among those that purport to govern the country ?.
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Paul ZKTV » Fri Jul 01, 2016 8:00 pm

Schnauzer wrote:If you would like an example of 'Stupid Statement' made by one of those (in Power) upon whom (among many others) we rely as a protector of our interests, look no further than the words of profound wisdom delivered today by John McDonell MP (Shadow Chancellor of the Labour Party) who concluded his brief concerning the future prospects of Jeremy Corbyn by stating that the matter will be resolved by a process:-

"Recently invented by the GREEKS called 'Democracy!" :lol:

Now, in whom may we place out trust when confronted with THAT kind of wisdom among those that purport to govern the country ?.


klaatu barada nikto

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NZXmq-E2tM

this makes more sense then what you are going on about ???
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Re: Crocodile Tears.

Postby Schnauzer » Fri Jul 01, 2016 11:20 pm

Paul ZKTV wrote:
Schnauzer wrote:If you would like an example of 'Stupid Statement' made by one of those (in Power) upon whom (among many others) we rely as a protector of our interests, look no further than the words of profound wisdom delivered today by John McDonell MP (Shadow Chancellor of the Labour Party) who concluded his brief concerning the future prospects of Jeremy Corbyn by stating that the matter will be resolved by a process:-

"Recently invented by the GREEKS called 'Democracy!" :lol:

Now, in whom may we place out trust when confronted with THAT kind of wisdom among those that purport to govern the country ?.


klaatu barada nikto

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NZXmq-E2tM

this makes more sense then what you are going on about ???


My personal opinion about SOME of those who so vehemently oppose the result of the referendum (bearing in mind that 'Brexit' was NOT supposed to gain ascendancy) is that they are quite perplexed at the prospect of not being able to capitalize on the misfortunes of others quite so easily as they were accustomed to prior to this rather shocking (unexpected) development.

It must be quite plotzing for those who hitherto relied upon the income from 'Charities' and 'Tax Avoidance Schemes' (to mention but two) to NOW find themselves in a position where they may have to find some honest way to maintain their lifestyles.

As to the YOUNG voters, I think their general attitude in the scheme of things can be more or less discounted, they are far too busy with their mobile phones clamped to their ears or wallowing in the mud at Glastonbury doped up and enjoying their one-night stands to be taken seriously, they were always easily impressed by those whom they regard as celebrities (or other) and THIS time, perhaps the messages did not penetrate their addled brains (bless 'em).

Never mind though, WAR is still a very good business to be in and, it will take more than a few bowls of 'Chicken Soup' to convince those who voted 'Brexit' to change their minds.

Interesting times ahead BUT, for those who engineered the situation where it became necessary to hold a referendum, they will surely find a way to conjure some new route back to the situation where they were more easily able to fool the voting public.

IF they are allowed to that is. :wink:
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