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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 13, 2022 11:11 am

Why on earth would I be upset about the activities of a person who has reverted to posting at the mental capacity of a 5-year-old.

Go sit in the corner facing the corner and do not touch the cucumber. You are not allowed to do to it what you normally do to it. it is reserved for the salad for the grown-ups.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 13, 2022 11:23 am

Anyway, back to the subject of the Swine land.

The Fishi and his friend the J Cunt, are going to do huge cuts in public service and do some other jiggery pokery and tax the poor and the middle class but leave the really wealthy unscathed.

The energy giants stand to make over 150 billion in windfall profits in the next 2 years and they will not be touched.
Landlords and people earning money from shares will not be touched.
Still not a word about the scam of how electricity price is calculated.

This is incredible because never mind how much money the PPEs cost because they were buying them too late, they allowed 19 billion to be stolen by people creating companies overnight and borrowing with no checks on their truck record and of course not forgetting the 35 billion spent with Dildo om track and trace which actually did not work.

Who can also forget how they bought enough vaccine for 600 million people which had a shelf life and went out of date. And of course, that meant there was less for everybody else to buy too causing millions to die.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Londonrake » Sun Nov 13, 2022 11:52 am

Lordo wrote:Why on earth would I be upset about the activities of a person who has reverted to posting at the mental capacity of a 5-year-old.

Go sit in the corner facing the corner and do not touch the cucumber. You are not allowed to do to it what you normally do to it. it is reserved for the salad for the grown-ups.


"Juvenile: Childish. Immature". Well, just like the above. Or, do you really think those remarks are "intellectual" put downs. Not forgetting 6 months of the same ole "toilet brush" shit of course :roll: . Sorry, bad pun. :lol:

In case you haven't clocked it. I've spent enough time reading your posts in here (not the Tory Party. If they want to eat each other, that's their affair. Fill your boots) without saying anything. Few I think would have the patience to put up with 6 years and 600+ posts slagging off their country - referred to as "Swineland" - without, for most of it, responding.

Forums give you a platform of course but politically you're in the cold wilderness. The ever-present "looney left". Like all of them you live in a bubble and despite your 50 UK years don't seem to have any idea about much north of Barnet.

You're going to die a very old, bitterly disappointed man because you simply don't have a Scooby Doo about the make up of your average UK voter and your dreams (like your recently politically deceased hero's) are just that - fantasies.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 13, 2022 2:15 pm

So lets recap where we stand.

1. We have 83 billion payments for interest on our debt because the Swine pushed our debt from 1 trillion to 2.6 trillion
2. We have lost 17 billion to fraud during the pandemic because the Swine did not ask the HMRC to check on the status of the companies before lending them money
3 We lost 35 billion that was given to Dildo Harding (The daughter of the Swine Harding who was governor of Cyprus before 1960 that fucked up Cyprus good and proper) or the track and trace which never worked
4. The Scam energy market will also cost about 170 billion over two years. with the windfall profits
5. The 30 billion it cost us when the chief Sow was in charged for approx. a month and crashed the financial market.

6, There is also 3 billion the non-doms do not pay, and you can add to that the fucker Swine who avoid and evade tax too.

To add insult to injury, while we are short 50,000 Doctors and over 100,000 nurses, the Swine are about to cut NHS spending. In case you are wondering how we got where we are, it really is not rocket science is it.

Fuck that's a lot of money flushed down the loo. And where was our toilet brush boy to collect some of it.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 14, 2022 3:27 pm

It seems people just don't want to learn.

They are going to pay the French another 8 million pounds a year which makes the total 63 million so they can increase the patrols from 200 to 300, as if that will make a blind bit of difference.

We have taken 40,000 refugees when the French have taken 98,000 last year. Surely the easiest thing to do is to set up a processing office in France and deal with them there. We have done it for the Ukrainians so why not for others.
Second thing to do is allow them to be able to work. Why they are not allowed to work so they can fend for themselves is stupidity beyond belief.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-63615653
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Re: La La Land

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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 14, 2022 11:31 pm

It seems the Swine do not want to stop the refugees coming over the in the small boats. They need this to continue till the next election looking as though they are trying to stop it so that come the next election they can claim while they are trying to stop it, Labour wants to open the doors and flood the country with refugees.

All the time while the corporations are crying out for cheap labour to do the work the average Brit would not touch with a barge pole.

So much for the promise Fishi made when he got selected to implement the manifesto of 2019. How easy one forgets. Not that anybody with any brains believed a single word the Swine said at the time.



https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/other/sunak-omits-target-of-6-000-more-gps-from-brief-for-health-secretary/ar-AA146uPc?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=e451debb3ddc4f7d8379690703cbad52


I mean shiiiiiiiiiit it just gets worse every fuckin day. Not being very good is being kind to it, it is shiiiiiiit is what it should say.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/flagship-post-brexit-australia-trade-deal-not-actually-very-good-mps-hear/ar-AA146usM?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=47d2b66072a64544b2e97d22a308b662
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Re: La La Land

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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Thu Nov 17, 2022 10:51 pm

The magic money tree has been found and that's without closing the loopholes of both tax evasion and avoidance.

3 billion pounds a year for ending the non-dom status
10 billion pounds from a 1% tax on wealth of 5 million or more
6 billion pounds for introducing a 50% tax on the highest earner
21 billion pounds for equalising capital and income tax


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Re: La La Land

Postby Londonrake » Fri Nov 18, 2022 8:43 am

In 3 months Tory MPs have gone from cheering an “essential” £50billion tax cuts package to cheering an equally “essential” £60billion package of tax rises and spending cuts. That, whilst the opposition have condemned both.

As somebody once said, “You couldn’t make it up”.
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