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#151 06.Feb.18 13:13:35

Barleycorn
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Philpot wrote:

The chap in white shirt was not connected to Rees Mogg

Nor was he acting on behalf of Rees Mogg

Rees Mogg has no security which is why he approached the baying idiots alone


However the actions of the chap on the white were clearly supported by the vast majority of decent minded Brits who have no time for the violent and moronic Antifa / Momentum anarchists who tried to silence Rees Mogg


That's an impressive statistic - would love to see your data.    Or did you simply make it up?

For clarity - he punched a woman square in the face.

She was being disruptive - rude, even - but is that how we deal with outspoken people?!?  A smack in the face?   

"Most decent minded Brits" support this?   I'm not convinced.


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#152 06.Feb.18 13:26:27

Philpot
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Unfortunately the facts somewhat undermine all of your theories

This is quite a common problem for the left

https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bris … ob-1169614

The 'man in the white shirt' speaks out after he's accused of punching a female protester at Jacob Rees-Mogg event

He says he only got involved because of a 'lack of security' at the UWE speech

The man accused of kicking off the scuffle at Jacob Rees-Mogg’s speech at UWE has spoken out for the first time, saying he only entered the fray because of a lack of security staff at the event.

Paul Townsley, 55, was with his son, who is currently in sixth form.


He got involved in the ruckus after a group of antifascist activists bust into the lecture theatre shouting slogans and calling for Mr Rees-Mogg to be ‘no platformed.’

He said his reaction was prompted by a lack of security and during the confrontation he feared an attack on Mr Rees-Mogg, in the wake of the murder of another MP, Jo Cox.

Mr Townsley said: "He was vulnerable. From the guy in the sunglasses' body language, he was getting more aggressive and getting into Mr Rees-Mogg's personal space.

"It was a disgraceful event. I'm going to write a letter to UWE asking why there was no security.

"I went along with my son, who studies politics. He should not be subjected to that behaviour.

"At the entrance, there were two students behind a desk who you handed tickets to before going in."

Irish-born Mr Townsley, who left Belfast because of the Troubles, said: "I have seen people murdered.

"I was worried about Mr Rees-Mogg's safety. I knew there was no security."

Responding to allegations that he punched a female protester, the martial arts expert said: "I didn't hit anybody.

"She was too close and I put my hand up to protect myself. She wanted to be there. She wasn't an innocent bystander.

"People will think what they want to think. I never hit anybody. She got so close that I could feel spittle in my face and I put my hand up to stop it.

"They broke in, in masks, I was intimidated but I was not going to back down to bullying or intimidation."

He denied being a grey haired man pictured standing behind Mr Rees Mogg in a photograph taken on a separate occasion.


Mr Townsley, a "working class family man" who lives in Bristol, added: "If you don't like what someone's saying, you vote against it. That's democracy.

"The only good thing to come out of the altercation was that nobody got hurt.

"I'm not a fan of politicians, I think they should be questioned at every opportunity."


And so ends Barlycorns conspiracy theory

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#153 06.Feb.18 14:57:17

Barleycorn
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Conspiracy theory?   

Although I guess you would recognise one of those...

#redsunderthebeds


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#154 06.Feb.18 15:13:02

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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

When the President of the USA was interviewed by Peirs Morgan (his freind) he was asked about the 30,000 gun related deaths in his country each year compared to 27 in the UK, Donald turned in his chair and simply said he had made his position clear on this issue and they moved on without another word about it, pack it in lads,  put a sock in it please.

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#155 06.Feb.18 15:22:03

Barleycorn
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

ridge walker wrote:

When the President of the USA was interviewed by Peirs Morgan (his freind) he was asked about the 30,000 gun related deaths in his country each year compared to 27 in the UK, Donald turned in his chair and simply said he had made his position clear on this issue and they moved on without another word about it, pack it in lads,  put a sock in it please.

OK - message understood - going round in circles now, so time to stop.


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#156 06.Feb.18 17:07:55

Philpot
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Barleycorn wrote:

Back on thread - Anything local?  Anything relevant?   Anything true?

No, thought not.

Very local, very relevant, very recent and very true


https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk … n-13913626


A decade-long fight for the soul of the Labour party’ - how Momentum are gaining ground in Manchester

Battle-lines have been drawn following Manchester’s fraught council selections

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#157 06.Feb.18 17:55:53

Tony
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

ridge walker wrote:

When the President of the USA was interviewed by Peirs Morgan (his freind) he was asked about the 30,000 gun related deaths in his country each year compared to 27 in the UK, Donald turned in his chair and simply said he had made his position clear on this issue and they moved on without another word about it, pack it in lads,  put a sock in it please.

tummenupp


War does not determine who is right - only who is left.

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#158 06.Feb.18 19:06:03

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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Barleycorn wrote:
ridge walker wrote:

When the President of the USA was interviewed by Peirs Morgan (his freind) he was asked about the 30,000 gun related deaths in his country each year compared to 27 in the UK, Donald turned in his chair and simply said he had made his position clear on this issue and they moved on without another word about it, pack it in lads,  put a sock in it please.

OK - message understood - going round in circles now, so time to stop.

tummenupp


Happiness is a journey, not a destination.

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#159 08.Feb.18 07:39:25

Philpot
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

It will be interesting to learn if any of our councillors or potential councillors are to be give this ‘training’ at the planned Manchester sessions

6th Feb 2018
Momentum sets up councillor network to target local elections


Labour group to provide advice on policies and tactics, despite unease over ‘purge’ of opponents

Momentum has set up a network to provide training and support to councillors in target constituencies, despite accusations the grassroots group has been mounting an “aggressive purge” of opponents in areas such as Haringey.

The network aims to promote cross-collaboration between Jeremy Corbyn-supporting councils such as Haringey, as well as Salford and Preston, before local council elections take place in May.

Momentum will hold councillor training days in Manchester, Birmingham and London in March when it will train council candidates on community-based campaigning and organising. It hopes to establish a network where Corbyn-supporting councillors can share experience and policy ideas that have worked in their local areas to counter drastic cuts from central government.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 … -elections

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#160 11.Feb.18 17:24:26

Philpot
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Another example of the lunacy spreading within the Labour Party. Now they are banning white male heterosexuals from attending their Equalities Conference.!


They seem to believe that white, male heterosexuals have nothing to contribute to the subject of Equality. It seems that Labour land everyone is equal but some are more equal than others.

https://order-order.com/2018/02/11/no-s … onference/

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#161 19.Feb.18 19:30:53

Philpot
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Jeremy Corbyn should be 'open' over spy's claims, says Theresa May


Jeremy Corbyn should be "open and transparent" about his alleged contacts with a Communist spy during the 1980s, Theresa May has suggested.
Asked about claims a Czech intelligence officer met and tried to recruit Mr Corbyn during the Cold War, she said MPs must "account" for past actions.
The Labour Party has said claims he was an agent were a "ridiculous smear".
Czech officials say files show he was a "person of interest" but was never a secret collaborator or an informer.
Files held by the Czech Security Service Archive, first reported by the Sun, detail contacts Mr Corbyn is alleged to have had with a Czechoslovakian diplomat and agent in London in 1986 and 1987.
Jan Sarkocy told the newspaper he met Mr Corbyn on several occasions, including in the House of Commons, while he was working undercover in the London Embassy under the name of Jan Dymic.
At an event in Derby, the prime minister was asked whether she agreed with her defence secretary Gavin Williamson that Mr Corbyn's file - which reportedly gives insights into his character and views on foreign policy issues from the time - should now be released so people could make up their own mind about the claims.
"It is for individual members of Parliament to be accountable for their actions in the past," she replied.
"Where there are allegations of this sort, MPs should be prepared to be open and transparent."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-43111794

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#162 19.Feb.18 23:08:06

Rebel
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Philpot wrote:

Jeremy Corbyn should be 'open' over spy's claims, says Theresa May


Jeremy Corbyn should be "open and transparent" about his alleged contacts with a Communist spy during the 1980s, Theresa May has suggested.
Asked about claims a Czech intelligence officer met and tried to recruit Mr Corbyn during the Cold War, she said MPs must "account" for past actions.
The Labour Party has said claims he was an agent were a "ridiculous smear".
Czech officials say files show he was a "person of interest" but was never a secret collaborator or an informer.
Files held by the Czech Security Service Archive, first reported by the Sun, detail contacts Mr Corbyn is alleged to have had with a Czechoslovakian diplomat and agent in London in 1986 and 1987.
Jan Sarkocy told the newspaper he met Mr Corbyn on several occasions, including in the House of Commons, while he was working undercover in the London Embassy under the name of Jan Dymic.
At an event in Derby, the prime minister was asked whether she agreed with her defence secretary Gavin Williamson that Mr Corbyn's file - which reportedly gives insights into his character and views on foreign policy issues from the time - should now be released so people could make up their own mind about the claims.
"It is for individual members of Parliament to be accountable for their actions in the past," she replied.
"Where there are allegations of this sort, MPs should be prepared to be open and transparent."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-43111794

I knew there was something fishy about him   the beard gives the game away .


I was in the House when the house burned down !.

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#163 Yesterday 12:23:22

Barleycorn
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

clear enough to me - Corbyn, as a new(ish) MP, met all sorts of politically relevant people.   Some will turn out, decades later, to have an agenda.   All part of the job,.

The vested interests represented by tax dodging press barons are worried.   

I am far more concerned that today, lknowingly and with eyes ( and bank accounts) wide open, Theresa May and many others in our current govt - dine privately with the likes of Dacre, Murdoch etc. 

Companies who see the UK nothing other than  a source of £££s pay our current govt ministers for privileged access.  Deals are done.  Contracts are awarded, pockets lined, OUR services, infrastructure, nhs, police, etc etc diminished, sold, prfoteered into oblivion.


Corbyn IS a threat to some.   As is Momentum.   A threat to the greedy, venal cheats who deprive the UK in general ( and areas like ours in particular) of resources the second we stop being 'productive' enough.


Its a smear campaign.    Threads like this, all nudge-nudge, wink-wink suggestions of a commie plot simply play into the hands of Dacre, the Barclays, Murdoch and their asset stripping buddies.

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I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#164 Yesterday 17:38:08

Philpot
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This is not a smear campaign Barleycorn, but moreover a statement of fact(s) about the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn aka Agent Cob

For starters I am sure you will agree with me Barley that the Labour party leader has been in the most obscure corner of British politics for three decades, only moving to the front bench, never mind party’s leadership!! in 2015.

Well it’s become increasingly clear that during those decades, he used his obscure corner of politics to only one discernible end!

Namely to agitate for almost any group so long as they opposed the British state. !!



As we have discussed before on here, Corbyn was the most prominent supporter in Parliament of the IRA, inviting its leaders to Parliament just after they had attempted to assassinate a British prime minister, and even standing to honor as “martyrs” IRA terrorists killed in an attack on a British police station. Corbyn’s supporters like to pretend that their leader was merely the foremost, advanced brigade of the “peace” business and that in all the years supporting IRA killers he was in fact merely paving the way for the Good Friday Agreement. But Corbyn actually paid no part in the agreement

A similar story has played out since 2015 regarding Corbyn’s support for almost any Islamist extremist he can get his hands on. Whenever he has been quizzed in recent years on why he has been so keen to meet Hamas, Hezbollah, and any available Holocaust denier who might not otherwise have made it into his orbit, his supporters explain that this is all just part of a broader search for “peace.” Albeit a peace that involves only meeting one side and then expressing unyielding solidarity with their cause.

The list goes on.

His support for, and apologism on behalf of, the government of Venezuela remains immovable. This as the people of Venezuela starve be the thousand

As do Corbyns set responses when quizzed about an even worse alliance. When asked why between 2009 and 2012 Corbyn received £20,000 from the government of Iran via its “Press TV” propaganda channel, he and his supporters claim that all this happened many years ago and that besides £20,000 isn’t an enormous amount.

Even you Barleycorn must be able to see through your own left wing perspective that it is becoming understandable why few right minded people can honestly assess the record of Corbyn’s beliefs, pay, and connections and come away believing the claim that he is indeed merely a fair minded fellow with the best interests of his country at heart!!

It just does not add up Barleycorn

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#165 Yesterday 18:33:42

sg
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo


[citation needed]

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#166 Yesterday 19:43:31

Philpot
Member

Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

sg wrote:

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

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#167 Yesterday 20:00:08

sg
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Philpot wrote:
sg wrote:

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

Please post links to your source when copy and pasting


[citation needed]

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#168 Yesterday 20:48:27

Tony
Member

Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Philpot wrote:
sg wrote:

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

All very well but you can’t get a chicken sandwich at KFC roll


War does not determine who is right - only who is left.

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#169 Yesterday 20:53:17

Rebel
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Tony wrote:
Philpot wrote:
sg wrote:

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

All very well but you can’t get a chicken sandwich at KFC roll

?

Last edited by Rebel (Yesterday 20:54:18)


I was in the House when the house burned down !.

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#170 Yesterday 20:55:03

Rebel
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Philpot wrote:
sg wrote:

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

You forgot Rockin all over the World and Whatever you want .

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I was in the House when the house burned down !.

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#171 Yesterday 21:06:54

sg
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Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

And corporate tax evasion


[citation needed]

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#172 Yesterday 21:19:28

Philpot
Member

Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Tony wrote:
Philpot wrote:
sg wrote:

He’s not an enemy of the state. He’s an enemy of the status quo

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

All very well but you can’t get a chicken sandwich at KFC roll

That’s an American problem ?

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#173 Yesterday 23:23:48

Woody
Member

Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

Philpot wrote:
Tony wrote:
Philpot wrote:

The status quo has produced modern Britain

And modern Britain has given us ...
The NHS
Team GB
Proper pubs
Roast beef and Yorkshire Pudding
Her Majesty, the Queen
Bradley Wiggins
Our armed forces
Proper cups of tea
The RAF
Sir David Attenborough
The BBC
Buckingham Palace
Decent bacon sandwiches
The Lake District
Having respect for our elders
Tower Bridge
Fry-ups
Stonehenge
Prince William and Kate
The White Cliffs of Dover
The Royal British Legion
Mo Farah
Our ability to apologise
James Bond
Harry Potter
The British film industry
Sarcasm
Beans on toast
Neighbourly spirit
Cornish pasties
Multiculturalism
Real ale
Cream teas
The Salvation Army
Jessica Ennis Hill
Judi Dench 
David Beckham
Glastonbury
Stiff upper lip
Hadrian’s wall
Absolutely Fabulous
Cricket
Marmite
Worcestershire Sauce
Coronation Street
The Clifton Suspension Bridge 
The Angel of the North
Marmalade
The BAFTAS
Ellie Simmonds
The WI
Oldham Athletic

... etc

All very well but you can’t get a chicken sandwich at KFC roll

That’s an American problem ?




                    K annot      F ind      C hicken

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I would if I could but I can't,

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#174 Today 07:52:59

Philpot
Member

Re: Momentum - The emerging face of Communism in Royton

A recent report from Just over the hills

Momentum plots council takeover in Leeds

18th Feb 2018
MOMENTUM is accused of plotting a council takeover in Leeds in what is being dubbed “the next Haringey” by Labour moderates.

Far-Left activists are fielding candidates in Shadow Justice Secretary Richard Burgon’s Leeds East constituency, where an unprecedented number of Labour councillors in the city have stood down, fearing de-selection attempts.

The move echoes the Momentum takeover in the London borough of Haringey where moderate Labour leader Claire Kober quit, blaming “sexist, bullying and undemocratic” behaviour of socialists infiltrating the party.

Momentum candidates have been installed in the four wards which make up Burgon’s constituency, with one activist lamenting what would happen “if only” Momentum had the power to de-select sitting councillors.

Burgon, 37, who is a close ally of Jeremy Corbyn, is a vocal supporter of Momentum and once described working-class Labour moderates as “repugnant”.

He also said young Conservatives should not feel comfortable talking politics in a pub and described David Cameron as a “piggy-eyed chinless wonder”.

Alec Shelbrooke, who is Tory MP for neighbouring Elmet and Rothwell, said: “This Momentum takeover shows yet again that Labour are now putting their own politics before ordinary people and their priorities.

“Momentum have supported hiking council tax, cuts to head teachers’ pay, and disruptive bin strikes – showing how working people would pay the price with higher taxes and worse local services.”

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics … over-Leeds

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