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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Sun Dec 27, 2020 8:23 pm  

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WestEndThinker wrote:
More leftism, can i become a mod, to add some much needed balance. Oh no, hang on, RLFans hates balance and anyone who doesn't own a whippet.



You could always argue against the points been made rather than just blaming lefties.

I will girls you with some questions or points for discussion

Boris Johnson Is the best PM Britain could have in the time of COVID discuss

Government policy on managing COVID over Xmas 2020 was a strategy based on clear thinking planning and decisive decision making discuss
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Mon Dec 28, 2020 9:55 am  

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Durham Giant wrote:
You could always argue against the points been made rather than just blaming lefties.

I will girls you with some questions or points for discussion

Boris Johnson Is the best PM Britain could have in the time of COVID discuss

Government policy on managing COVID over Xmas 2020 was a strategy based on clear thinking planning and decisive decision making discuss


Point 1 - Hunt would have been a far better leader for Covid than Boris - different skill set

Point 2 - this is a fast moving situation - the government tried to control movement over Christmas to minimise the impact - hence the 5 days - they believed the population wouldn't comply to a full lockdown over Christmas - things changed especially in the south - and we all know the South is the only thing that matters - so plans had to change - action was taken quickly - not sure what you wanted the government to do?
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Mon Dec 28, 2020 9:59 am  

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Zoo Zoo Boom wrote:
Point 1 - Hunt would have been a far better leader for Covid than Boris - different skill set

Point 2 - this is a fast moving situation - the government tried to control movement over Christmas to minimise the impact - hence the 5 days - they believed the population wouldn't comply to a full lockdown over Christmas - things changed especially in the south - and we all know the South is the only thing that matters - so plans had to change - action was taken quickly - not sure what you wanted the government to do?


I think it's easy to forget that the early mess we found ourselves in was due to a lack of a pandemic management strategy and a shortage of PPE. Hunt was the previous Health minister and as such picks up a significant proportion of the blame(As does Burnham! albeit from some years ago)
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Mon Dec 28, 2020 10:10 am  

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The lack of PPE was down to mismanagement of the national stockpile. We received some laughable consignments that were utterly unusable. Had a Trust done the same with it's own equipment its feet wouldn't have touched the ground.
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:24 am  
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Again, leftism and no reality. I would rather have a pot plant running the country than Cringebin or Stammer.
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Dec 29, 2020 9:12 am  
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Again, leftism and no reality. I would rather have a pot plant running the country than Cringebin or Stammer.


You’re in luck then because we do.
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Dec 29, 2020 9:24 am  

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wire-quin wrote:
I think it's easy to forget that the early mess we found ourselves in was due to a lack of a pandemic management strategy and a shortage of PPE. Hunt was the previous Health minister and as such picks up a significant proportion of the blame(As does Burnham! albeit from some years ago)


How on earth can you blame ANYONE who was part of the last Labour administration for the current chaos is actually, ridiculous.
The Tories have been in charge for well over a decade and the current lack of strategy and planning is on their shoulders.

Have you forgotten last summer already.
Stay in, go out, stay in. Go to work, work from home, go to work.

It's been like a sick version of the hokey cokey, with peoples lives and livelihoods on the line.

Christmas, egged on by the Tory press will be another Covid disaster and in another 7/10 days time, we will see the effects of Boris's advice - numbers are already exploding and the period of peak pressure on the NHS isn't yet upon us

Burnham :lol:

We may as well blame Thatcher, after all, that bottle of milk was quite important to many of the poorest kids :oops:
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Dec 29, 2020 9:26 am  

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WestEndThinker wrote:
Again, leftism and no reality. I would rather have a pot plant running the country than Cringebin or Stammer.


As opposed to the pudding "running" the country we have now ?

The thread title was certainly accurate.
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Dec 29, 2020 10:04 am  

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He'll be back shortly with his 'politics of envy' bollox. :roll:
As I caught Hislop explaining the other week, the bellend couldn't get his head around the simplicities of appearing on a tv panel show, never mind trying to be a nation's figurehead. :lol:
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Dec 29, 2020 8:02 pm  
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I would rather have a pot plant running the country than Cringebin or Stammer.


You're in luck, then, because the current PM is very much like a pot plant in that he too needs plenty of sun, takes a regular watering, and haphazardly spreads his seed everywhere.
"Back home we got a taxidermy man. He gonna have a heart attack when he see what I brung him."
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