Started by Alex, April 23, 2022, 07:37:52 PM
Quote from: Jacqueline on June 20, 2022, 09:23:22 PMI wonder if Tony Blair has housed any asylum seekers in his many mansions? I would make a bet that Mrs Blair has made a killing in the human rights department to represent them though.
Quote from: Cassandra on June 20, 2022, 02:22:43 PMLatest polls in the UK show only a 13% gap between those for Rwanda 'relocation', or a 4 star hotel near you? That was of course in the 'i' a sort of 'Morning Star mk 2. It's suggested that support for the Rwanda plan is failing as the inhumanity factor, supported by the ECHR shines through, now appealing to the British peoples sense of fair play. Tony Blair that long loved believer in truth and justice has commissioned his own poll as well. This reveals that now since Strasbourg's ruling 45% oppose Rwanda with only 35% supporting? Well done Tony.The Mail online in their deliberation reported;Among Conservative voters, 71 per cent supported the Rwanda scheme and 11 per cent were opposed.But this was reversed among Labour voters, with only 15 per cent in support and 66 per cent opposed.The same division was also found among Leave and Remain supporters.Among those who backed Brexit, more than half (57 per cent) supported sending asylum seekers to Rwanda, with 23 per cent opposed.Also, among those who wanted the UK to stay in the EU, less than one-fifth (18 per cent) supported the migration policy, with almost two-thirds (65 per cent) opposed.It appears to be an opinion foisted upon UK assimulated thought by Blair and Co who are agents for the 'World Economic Forum' and the 'Bilderbergers'.So there you are - Blair has spoken its over, get used to being in the minority. Meanwhile, he moves into a new mansion near Chequers, a snip at a mere £4 million and cheap compared to his other properties totalling £35 million.Presumably our man of the people, will be making them all available to welcome lots of new 'Brits', via the dinghies from France, our affectionate supportive neighbours and home of the ECHR?
Quote from: klondike on June 22, 2022, 10:13:50 AMAbout what I expected. If you cba to watch all of if then you'll miss the nugget at the end where a "End Racism at Work" protester defines racism as no equality for people who don't belong here
Quote from: klondike on June 23, 2022, 04:07:00 PMI wonder how much longer this sort of thing will continue before there is civil unrest.
Quote from: Cassandra on Yesterday at 01:54:12 PMForever I believe. The age of protest is gone. Generation X created Woke, Y and Z celebrate it and we are all dying off. There's very little interest these days in anything beyond 'Love Island' or getting another 99% interest credit card.
Quote from: Jacqueline on Yesterday at 03:05:31 PMI just can't believe how much most of the population don't care, as Cassandra says the rubbish they watch on TV and glued to their phones seems to be their lives. If the Russian's came accross the channel to invade us, I wonder if the RNLI and do gooders would be out to greet the landing craft and they would be escorted to hotels along with the other's? with banner's "Russian's are welcome here".
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