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Offline stephen25000

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Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« on: July 23, 2016, 10:11:38 AM »
I saw this article last night, which to me epitomizes what is wrong with modern politics. The strike of the sound bite and hot air, from men such as these, whom I would not  even trust to put on a plaster.


http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/kids-deserve-better-ruthless-narcissists-8475642


' Kids deserve better than ruthless narcissists like Boris Johnson and Donald Trump '

' Bojo and Trump are spoilt little rich boys who spin the line that they’re rebelling against the Establishment says Brian Reade '
   

It came as no surprise to read that today’s young people will officially be the first generation to end up poorer than their parents.

They’ll earn less money, have more debt, work longer for worse pensions and live at home until their mum’s hands are too frail to scrub their smalls. So bad is their luck that when they are finally offered their own place it will be in an over 55s sheltered housing scheme, and their dad will have got there first.

The baby-boomer generation I belong to should hang its head in shame. Well the men at least, because women could argue they have lifted the ambitions of their own gender. They can claim, as Theresa, Angela, Nicola and possibly Hillary run entire countries, they’ve produced inspirational role models.

What about the boys?

Specifically, the boys of Britain and America, where the most high-profile and powerful male politicians are Boris Johnson and Donald Trump.


Two disloyal, deceitful narcissists, who are utterly consumed with their own personal ambition and willing to crush anyone, and anything including their nation’s best interests, to achieve power. And that’s without mentioning the hair.

Outside of a serial killer, or a train-spotter, if there was one thing you prayed your son wouldn’t turn into, it would be either of these two sociopaths.



The parallels are striking. Both are spoilt little rich boys who spin the line that they’re rebelling against the Establishment, when they are only rebelling against anyone who doesn’t buy into their belief that they were born to rule. Both are political turncoats who feel facts only get in the way of emotionally charged lies that resonate with the disenfranchised.

Both have the attention span of a gnat, believing most of their audience does too. That’s why they speak in populist, at times racist soundbites, with no depth too low to be plumbed. For Trump’s walls to stop Mexicans so all Americans can have a job, read Johnson’s false pledges of £350 million on buses to save the NHS. For banning all Muslims from blowing up America, read the EU being the realisation of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi dream.


Boris Johnson has issued a warning to Donald Trump during his first big visit to US
The Yanks got their own back this week. We have mocked Trump as a bigoted clown, believing we had the moral high ground. And then Foreign Secretary Johnson is presented as our senior international diplomat and the laughter is deafening.

He was mercilessly trolled at a press conference, alongside US Secretary of State John Kerry, on Wednesday. One New York Times reporter told him “You have an unusually long history of wild exaggerations and frankly outright lies” before asking Kerry if he should believe anything Johnson said.

On the same day the ghost-writer of Donald Trump’s 1987 memoir The Art of the Deal, told the New Yorker magazine “I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the end of civilisation.”

Before adding that if he were writing the book today he’d call it “The Sociopath.” A title anyone penning Johnson’s biography could safely plagiarise.

Thomas Jefferson once said voters get the politicians they deserve.

Today it’s more the case of foisting on the younger generation the ones they don’t deserve.

Sorry kids, we really did let you down.


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The McCanns were solely responsible for their childcare arrangements and there is no one else to blame.

S and S, two more amateurs making money from a disappeared child, and clearly without a clue.

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2016, 01:29:44 PM »
There's rather a lot to go at in there. For now check out the pic of Hillary 1974 style in here:

http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/features/2015-11-05/how-richard-nixon-created-hillary-clinton.

I remember "Tricky Dicky" giving an interview on UKTV during which he commented about Hillary's questionable ethics.
Along the lines the lines of "In "Watergate" she was leading the charge to have me impeached at "Whitewater" she was first in the queue at the shredder".

Mr Reade notwithstanding I believe anyone who gets to the top of anything has at least a smattering of paranoia in its wider sense so why pick on the blokes ?.
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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2016, 02:15:05 PM »
There's rather a lot to go at in there. For now check out the pic of Hillary 1974 style in here:

http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/features/2015-11-05/how-richard-nixon-created-hillary-clinton.

I remember "Tricky Dicky" giving an interview on UKTV during which he commented about Hillary's questionable ethics.
Along the lines the lines of "In "Watergate" she was leading the charge to have me impeached at "Whitewater" she was first in the queue at the shredder".

Mr Reade notwithstanding I believe anyone who gets to the top of anything has at least a smattering of paranoia in its wider sense so why pick on the blokes ?.

So it is a choice of two liars, Trump or Clinton.

Whose finger would you rather have on the nuclear trigger ?
The McCanns were solely responsible for their childcare arrangements and there is no one else to blame.

S and S, two more amateurs making money from a disappeared child, and clearly without a clue.

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2016, 02:20:11 PM »
So it is a choice of two liars, Trump or Clinton.

Whose finger would you rather have on the nuclear trigger ?

Clinton.
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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #4 on: July 23, 2016, 02:29:17 PM »
It's going to be a close run race by the looks of it, both candidates are not ideally suited to become President of the United States of America so looks like worrying times ahead.
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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2016, 03:05:00 PM »
It's going to be a close run race by the looks of it, both candidates are not ideally suited to become President of the United States of America so looks like worrying times ahead.

Not just for America.
The McCanns were solely responsible for their childcare arrangements and there is no one else to blame.

S and S, two more amateurs making money from a disappeared child, and clearly without a clue.

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2016, 04:52:12 PM »
So it is a choice of two liars, Trump or Clinton.

Whose finger would you rather have on the nuclear trigger ?

Trump
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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #7 on: July 24, 2016, 09:39:27 AM »
Trump

So you would prefer a President Fart to have his finger on the trigger.

He can barely keep a finger on himself.

The mere pretense he cares about everyday Americans is totally ludicrous.

Look up his history of repossessions.
The McCanns were solely responsible for their childcare arrangements and there is no one else to blame.

S and S, two more amateurs making money from a disappeared child, and clearly without a clue.

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #8 on: July 24, 2016, 11:30:46 AM »
So you would prefer a President Fart to have his finger on the trigger.

He can barely keep a finger on himself.

The mere pretense he cares about everyday Americans is totally ludicrous.

Look up his history of repossessions.

The choice was Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
In my book she is daft enough to press the button and he isn't.

No one complained about Gerry Ford being president as I recall. According to LBJ he was "too dumb to fart and chew gum at the same time"
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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #9 on: July 24, 2016, 09:58:05 PM »
Presidents are merely figureheads, the fall guy  or gal. There is a full administration on hand to 'run' the actual country shunted along by the powerful lobbyists.....same here only we have Royalty figurehead  haahaha...and a prime minister, the civil service 'run' the country  dontcha know! erm followed by powerful 'charities' who lobby shamelessly not always in the best interest of the majority of people. There are other lobbyists like pharma, arms/munitions manufacturers and other self interest groups.

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #10 on: July 24, 2016, 10:33:03 PM »
I saw this article last night, which to me epitomizes what is wrong with modern politics. The strike of the sound bite and hot air, from men such as these, whom I would not  even trust to put on a plaster.


http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/kids-deserve-better-ruthless-narcissists-8475642


' Kids deserve better than ruthless narcissists like Boris Johnson and Donald Trump '

' Bojo and Trump are spoilt little rich boys who spin the line that they’re rebelling against the Establishment says Brian Reade '
   

It came as no surprise to read that today’s young people will officially be the first generation to end up poorer than their parents.

They’ll earn less money, have more debt, work longer for worse pensions and live at home until their mum’s hands are too frail to scrub their smalls. So bad is their luck that when they are finally offered their own place it will be in an over 55s sheltered housing scheme, and their dad will have got there first.

The baby-boomer generation I belong to should hang its head in shame. Well the men at least, because women could argue they have lifted the ambitions of their own gender. They can claim, as Theresa, Angela, Nicola and possibly Hillary run entire countries, they’ve produced inspirational role models.

What about the boys?

Specifically, the boys of Britain and America, where the most high-profile and powerful male politicians are Boris Johnson and Donald Trump.


Two disloyal, deceitful narcissists, who are utterly consumed with their own personal ambition and willing to crush anyone, and anything including their nation’s best interests, to achieve power. And that’s without mentioning the hair.

Outside of a serial killer, or a train-spotter, if there was one thing you prayed your son wouldn’t turn into, it would be either of these two sociopaths.



The parallels are striking. Both are spoilt little rich boys who spin the line that they’re rebelling against the Establishment, when they are only rebelling against anyone who doesn’t buy into their belief that they were born to rule. Both are political turncoats who feel facts only get in the way of emotionally charged lies that resonate with the disenfranchised.

Both have the attention span of a gnat, believing most of their audience does too. That’s why they speak in populist, at times racist soundbites, with no depth too low to be plumbed. For Trump’s walls to stop Mexicans so all Americans can have a job, read Johnson’s false pledges of £350 million on buses to save the NHS. For banning all Muslims from blowing up America, read the EU being the realisation of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi dream.


Boris Johnson has issued a warning to Donald Trump during his first big visit to US
The Yanks got their own back this week. We have mocked Trump as a bigoted clown, believing we had the moral high ground. And then Foreign Secretary Johnson is presented as our senior international diplomat and the laughter is deafening.

He was mercilessly trolled at a press conference, alongside US Secretary of State John Kerry, on Wednesday. One New York Times reporter told him “You have an unusually long history of wild exaggerations and frankly outright lies” before asking Kerry if he should believe anything Johnson said.

On the same day the ghost-writer of Donald Trump’s 1987 memoir The Art of the Deal, told the New Yorker magazine “I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the end of civilisation.”

Before adding that if he were writing the book today he’d call it “The Sociopath.” A title anyone penning Johnson’s biography could safely plagiarise.

Thomas Jefferson once said voters get the politicians they deserve.

Today it’s more the case of foisting on the younger generation the ones they don’t deserve.

Sorry kids, we really did let you down.


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That is a hell of a statement to make implicating it is down solely to two people who have not yet been elected to do anything.

Poorer? we need to define poorer and measure it against the occupational/career opportunities their parents had.  A lot of poorer working class  people in factories paid for the 'free' university education the elite and middle class got to benefit from!  The description of poor is being banded about without asking who is poor and why are they poor and how long are they poor for.  There are jobs and opportunites for everyone-not only in the UK but Africa, Asia, Middle east all over the globe we can stop people being poor by not voting for BJ OR DT?

BTW we all got poorer under the Bliar Governement  the true socialist party for the people... it just didn't say which people lol
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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #11 on: July 25, 2016, 02:57:12 PM »
The Washington Post spells out the danger of a Trump presidency in no uncertain terms.

No doubt there are those who think the media is being terribly biased against Donald Trump, and that he's being unfairly demonised, and is in reality a man of great integrity and a desire to lead the US with a new kind of "conviction politics"....

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/donald-trump-is-a-unique-threat-to-american-democracy/2016/07/22/a6d823cc-4f4f-11e6-aa14-e0c1087f7583_story.html
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Only asking questions....

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #12 on: July 25, 2016, 03:49:34 PM »
The Washington Post spells out the danger of a Trump presidency in no uncertain terms.

No doubt there are those who think the media is being terribly biased against Donald Trump, and that he's being unfairly demonised, and is in reality a man of great integrity and a desire to lead the US with a new kind of "conviction politics"....

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/donald-trump-is-a-unique-threat-to-american-democracy/2016/07/22/a6d823cc-4f4f-11e6-aa14-e0c1087f7583_story.html

The comments on the article are worth a read provided you don't believe they were all written by McCann sceptic sock puppets if you see what I mean.
Apart from that Mrs Lincoln how did you like the play?

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Re: Who would trust Bojo or Trump
« Reply #13 on: July 26, 2016, 08:40:37 AM »
The comments on the article are worth a read provided you don't believe they were all written by McCann sceptic sock puppets if you see what I mean.

Trump is an arrogant imbecile, IMO.

...and you say you would trust him over Clinton..........
The McCanns were solely responsible for their childcare arrangements and there is no one else to blame.

S and S, two more amateurs making money from a disappeared child, and clearly without a clue.

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« Reply #14 on: July 26, 2016, 09:04:18 AM »
Trump is an arrogant imbecile, IMO.

...and you say you would trust him over Clinton..........

Yep!
Apart from that Mrs Lincoln how did you like the play?