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    Beanz, I did read about that's thing, but I became confused it, so, somebody first lied to make it looked like a boy was laying among coats? But then is was discovery that is was a fake pic? What ecaxtly was happen? Those steps you published above is too many and too much steps to followz so, did those Tory do that things? Or what? Just break it down B, I can't able to follow the steps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatboxingfan View Post
    Beanz, I did read about that's thing, but I became confused it, so, somebody first lied to make it looked like a boy was laying among coats? But then is was discovery that is was a fake pic? What ecaxtly was happen? Those steps you published above is too many and too much steps to followz so, did those Tory do that things? Or what? Just break it down B, I can't able to follow the steps.
    Nobody lied except those who claimed others had faked the photo The hospital confirmed it was true as have hundreds around the country who have the same experience. I waited for hours in a corridor with my Mrs and her dad did, despite having a suspected heart attack had similar problems.

    The Tory Prime minister refused to look at the picture and took the television reporters phone off him.

    The idea it was a fake picture was spread by a friend of the tory health minister and possibly the minister himself

    The BBC's chief political reporter Laura Kuenessberg reported that the Health minister was punched. There is again video showing his aide walking past someone who stops his bycyle and points as the aide walks into his outstretched arm. Another tory lie.

    88% of Tory Social media ads have been lies. 0% of Labour ads were.
    The tories set up many fake Web sites pretending to be Labor. Labor set up none.
    Next level big brother shit.

    The BBC then try to bury the story as they are run by Tories installed by Cameron.
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    You see Beanz, if we are to live in a society that says freedom of the press then we run into these situations where people are free to make up stories as you have mentioned. It is a catch-22 because then if we try to do something about those people they will say we are censoring them. They will say we are taking away their freedom of speech or freedom of the press and that we are like a stalinist or a national socialist government

    I don't know what the solution is. My first reaction is to arrest someone who spreads evil lies. But we can't can we? We will never live that down if we do such a thing. The whole world will end point fingers and say we have brazenly taken a dictator's step or a tyrant's step. It is a very difficult topic and the more I think about it the less I know what to do. The moment we sent to somebody then surely we will begin to censor others. at the same time you can't have people spreading evil lies which do damage to the people

    this world perhaps is no different than it ever was but to me it is becoming so complicated and so polarized and I can see both sides very clearly and I think we are all just paralyzed now with confusion and hesitation and fear of making a mistake

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    We have both went and voted. Was again a nightmare having to push the Mrs in the rain with no dropped kerbs and having to park miles away. Done though and have noticed a lot of people who would never usually vote for many reasons making a point of doing so today. I am hoping for the red tide to become a deluge that will wash the fake patriotic Tory/BP scourge that has infested this country clean away, but the reality is it will probably be a hung parliament of some kind again at best.

    The Tory party, BBC and mainstream medias behaviour has been indefensible this election and some heads should roll once the dust has settled.
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    Will do my vote later in the day with the wife.

    Taking my 14 year old too, so he actually knows what the experience is like, as he is studying citizenship at school.
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    Default Re: 2019 UK General Election

    Question.....if you vote and Labour wins hands down no question about it....how would you respond if Corbyn wasn't allowed to be Prime Minister for 3-4 years?


    It's just a hypothetical, so let's not get all upset about an innocent question shall we, thanks
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    If Corbyn gets a majority he will be PM but if he is in a minority government he could be asked to step aside for the sake of the country which I am sure he will if he was asked nicely.

    As long as Boris is not there, then that is the price worth paying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    If Corbyn gets a majority he will be PM but if he is in a minority government he could be asked to step aside for the sake of the country which I am sure he will if he was asked nicely.

    As long as Boris is not there, then that is the price worth paying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Will do my vote later in the day with the wife.

    Taking my 14 year old too, so he actually knows what the experience is like, as he is studying citizenship at school.

    That is fantastic. The turn out looks like it might have taken everyone by surprise. Reports and photos of massive queues at some polling stations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    If Corbyn gets a majority he will be PM but if he is in a minority government he could be asked to step aside for the sake of the country which I am sure he will if he was asked nicely.

    As long as Boris is not there, then that is the price worth paying.

    Instead of being patronizing and condescending then maybe explain what your point is then? Actually forget about it and just fuck off instead.


    It seems that not only do you think you own the forum you now want to tell an entire country how to run it's affairs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Instead of being patronizing and condescending then maybe explain what your point is then? Actually forget about it and just fuck off instead.


    It seems that not only do you think you own the forum you now want to tell an entire country how to run it's affairs.
    I asked a simple question, why so hostile?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Will do my vote later in the day with the wife.

    Taking my 14 year old too, so he actually knows what the experience is like, as he is studying citizenship at school.

    That is fantastic. The turn out looks like it might have taken everyone by surprise. Reports and photos of massive queues at some polling stations.
    First off I misread that and thought it said "reports and photos of massive queers at some polling stations"

    Second I went in to vote at about 4:40pm, I was the only person there, I asked how many people have turned out and they said "meh, not many, about what we expected" but then where I am from not many people can read or the their laces so it doesn't surprise me...they all know how to roll a spliff though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Instead of being patronizing and condescending then maybe explain what your point is then? Actually forget about it and just fuck off instead.


    It seems that not only do you think you own the forum you now want to tell an entire country how to run it's affairs.
    I asked a simple question, why so hostile?

    Because unlike you, some of us actually care passionately about things and will have our lives and those of our family and friends radically changed depending on the outcome. Because we have had enough foreign interference in this country already with the human mudslide that is your president. Because you are forever trying to be a clever bastard when you really don't have the smarts to cut your own breakfast up.

    If Labour won hands down why would Corbyn not be allowed to be Prime Minister? It is not a referendum on people's opinions, it is a General Election in which parties and MP's are elected.
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    For YOUR sake I'll tune out your personal attacks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    If Labour won hands down why would Corbyn not be allowed to be Prime Minister? It is not a referendum on people's opinions, it is a General Election in which parties and MP's are elected.
    Yes, and if your votes were (this is the HYPOTHETICAL part here) not paid attention to, what would be your response.


    Now I can INFER from your response already, but I'd rather you directly respond. If you don't wish to, I'll just fall back on what I inferred from your response which is you'd be angry out of your mind and ready to take to the streets in a violent/hostile manner.....to which I'd also add that you'd RIGHTLY feel that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    For YOUR sake I'll tune out your personal attacks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    If Labour won hands down why would Corbyn not be allowed to be Prime Minister? It is not a referendum on people's opinions, it is a General Election in which parties and MP's are elected.
    Yes, and if your votes were (this is the HYPOTHETICAL part here) not paid attention to, what would be your response.


    Now I can INFER from your response already, but I'd rather you directly respond. If you don't wish to, I'll just fall back on what I inferred from your response which is you'd be angry out of your mind and ready to take to the streets in a violent/hostile manner.....to which I'd also add that you'd RIGHTLY feel that way.

    Fuck off with your lame Brexit analogy. You sound like a 10yr old. You don't understand democracy and you sure as hell don't respect my country so fuck off and troll someone who may well class you as an adult. You have been indulged for years, but the truth is you are not worth the effort.

    This is a General Election not a referendum on peoples opinions. You seem to tune out or fail to comprehend basic stuff that has been said ,in some vane attempt to get the answer YOU want.

    You have no interest in the truth, or Justice but then you are a fascist so why would you?
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