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Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 6:05 am  
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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
Our current MP appears to be doing nothing for his money. I doubt he even turns up at Parliament because when it comes to how did your MP vote he always appear to have not voted.
I know he has trouble away from his MP job but that shouldn’t stop him representing those that foolishly voted for him in my opinion. I doubt he is not taking his salary paid for by the tax payers of Wakefield in part.

chissitt wrote:
You could be right but we'll never know now, I could have said the ghost of the nineties because once upon a time he tried to influence me into thinking he was 100% labour, but turns out he's not even a labour supporter at all but just wants to get noticed on here, at least I'm honest in my political leanings (or none in my case) they are all out for themselves the lot of them, here's a thought for you, contrary to your thoughts that I'm a Tory lover, what's the name of that new Tory MP for Wakefield? local lad off Eastmoor is he with all the Wakey public at heart :lol: bet he's got your back scarlett and promised you the moon on a stick, hope your not too disappointed.

You can't say I didn't warn you squire, I can now understand your bitterness towards the Tories having being pillocked into voting for them after allegedly supporting Labour all these years, seems very elusive this fella, just a thought, but maybe you'd like to change your user name to save any embarrassment if the electorate in Wakefield decide to give him a nickname :D
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 6:30 am  
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I have no idea what you are going on about, I am beginning to worry that time is haggling what few brain cells you have left. The years of inhaling diesel fumes are now starting to show because I have no idea how you could think, sorry assume I have ever voted Conservative. I was actually pointing out that currently he is doing nothing for Wakefield, does this mean I voted for him no and to correct your allegations I have never voted Conservative.
I suppose if you don’t bother voting like you squire then you can just snipe from the sidelines at others who do. I would suggest you return to walking the dog whilst grumbling under your breath about Barnsley council but doing nothing to change it.
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 9:08 am  
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Thu Dec 16, 2021 9:08 am  

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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
I have no idea what you are going on about, I am beginning to worry that time is haggling what few brain cells you have left. The years of inhaling diesel fumes are now starting to show because I have no idea how you could think, sorry assume I have ever voted Conservative. I was actually pointing out that currently he is doing nothing for Wakefield, does this mean I voted for him no and to correct your allegations I have never voted Conservative.
I suppose if you don’t bother voting like you squire then you can just snipe from the sidelines at others who do. I would suggest you return to walking the dog whilst grumbling under your breath about Barnsley council but doing nothing to change it.

I would have thought it was obvious what I was going on about as I went to the trouble to remind you of my post above whereby I did warn you of the problems of bringing in candidates from afar offering false promises.

I'll ignore your attempts at what you perceive as sarcasm and say that I did say you probably voted labour all your life but MAYBE this time you voted Tory hence your absolute bitterness towards them and they're new MP, if you disagree with that I'm quite happy to give you the benefit of the doubt regarding voting Tory.

As for not voting, the one good thing about that is I don't get let down by people promising me the moon on a stick and other promises which they can't fulfill, you can call it sniping if you must where as I'm sure yours is simply an input :roll: not sure why you assume I've got a dog to go walking with but then again there's quite a few things about you I'm not sure of, and as for the snipe at Barnsley Council, they and the local MP.s do a fine job and fulfill all they're promises made, that's why they keep getting elected if you haven't grasped that yet, looking on the bright side lets hope the electorate of Wakefield don't start calling your MP scarlett pimpernell
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 10:19 am  
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Elementary my dear Chissitt, you posted that you would bump into the father of our CEO whilst walking your dog. They both may be doing a good job but not good enough for you to make the effort to go out and vote.
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 2:11 pm  
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God wrencat you're so naive. What difference do you think replacing Johnson would make to this country? Not so pretty bully patel, slumdog millionaire sunak or even dare I say it "Sir" Kneel Starmer. We will be fed the same media narrative and the same government polices for the next 2 years at least. Just ongoing propaganda, travel restrictions, business closures, school closures, variants, boosters, masks, testing, passports and of course personal stories of them breaking rules and so on and so on. Nothing is going to change regardless of who's in charge. They all follow the same agenda. Wake up.


:lol:

That’s like Wakey-Up speccies saying we got to keep Chester cos there’s no one better

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Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 2:25 pm  
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MatthewTrin wrote:
God wrencat you're so naive. What difference do you think replacing Johnson would make to this country? Not so pretty bully patel, slumdog millionaire sunak or even dare I say it "Sir" Kneel Starmer. We will be fed the same media narrative and the same government polices for the next 2 years at least. Just ongoing propaganda, travel restrictions, business closures, school closures, variants, boosters, masks, testing, passports and of course personal stories of them breaking rules and so on and so on. Nothing is going to change regardless of who's in charge. They all follow the same agenda. Wake up.


Well, this IS a first, Wakefield's very own deputy Covid adviser posting on something not related to the pandemic.
Of course different political leaders can make a difference.

You may not be old enough to remember but, there's one hell of a difference between Blair and Foot, Thatcher and Boris or looking over the "pond" Trump and, well, anybody.

Whoever eventually takes over from Boris "Peppa Pig" Johnson will have more honesty and integrity than the bumbling liar currently residing in No 10.

My next door neighbours cat has more honesty then Bojo.
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 2:37 pm  
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Well, this IS a first, Wakefield's very own deputy Covid adviser posting on something not related to the pandemic.
Of course different political leaders can make a difference.

You may not be old enough to remember but, there's one hell of a difference between Blair and Foot, Thatcher and Boris or looking over the "pond" Trump and, well, anybody.

Whoever eventually takes over from Boris "Peppa Pig" Johnson will have more honesty and integrity than the bumbling liar currently residing in No 10.

My next door neighbours cat has more honesty then Bojo.

"They're all the same" is code for people who either don't want their political favourites to be held to account or for people who aren't smart enough to know that elections do have consequences and that the world we live in, for good and bad, was forged by people we or our predecessors elected and the policies they put in place.
"Brian McDermott, with a wry smile, nods when asked if he remembers a specific incident which made him realise he was a prick. 'I do', he murmurs."
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 3:02 pm  
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MatthewTrin wrote:
God wrencat you're so naive. What difference do you think replacing Johnson would make to this country? Not so pretty bully patel, slumdog millionaire sunak or even dare I say it "Sir" Kneel Starmer. We will be fed the same media narrative and the same government polices for the next 2 years at least. Just ongoing propaganda, travel restrictions, business closures, school closures, variants, boosters, masks, testing, passports and of course personal stories of them breaking rules and so on and so on. Nothing is going to change regardless of who's in charge. They all follow the same agenda. Wake up.


Be careful MT. Consider this a very last warning. That kind of insult won't be tolerated.
A dog is not considered a good dog because he is a good barker. A man is not considered a good man because he is a good talker - Buddha
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 4:26 pm  
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Thu Dec 16, 2021 4:26 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Well, this IS a first, Wakefield's very own deputy Covid adviser posting on something not related to the pandemic.
Of course different political leaders can make a difference.

You may not be old enough to remember but, there's one hell of a difference between Blair and Foot, Thatcher and Boris or looking over the "pond" Trump and, well, anybody.

Whoever eventually takes over from Boris "Peppa Pig" Johnson will have more honesty and integrity than the bumbling liar currently residing in No 10.

My next door neighbours cat has more honesty then Bojo.


William the Conquer & Henry VIII different monarchs, different polices and both tyrants. My apologies if I've offended her majesty the queen :MOON:
21st century politicians, different scripted speeches, different coloured ties but all bought and paid for by corporations and billionaires.

Borusgate is just another manufactured cover story just like the one with Liz Truss. Funny how it was filmed last Christmas in that 2.6M propaganda room that wasn't even in use until the end of March. I even like how ITN had kept hold of that footage until now, very suspect. All these "gates" are cooked up by the MSM to distract public opinion away from vaccine passports. Which people like you labelled me as "crazy" last year for saying they'd do it! Why do you think the so called "anti boris" man dominc cummings had his greasy hands on that nhs app in 2019 before this covid stuff. Why do you think they've spent millions and millions on it? Just for it to be chucked away next year, no chance! I see everything is going to plan. Just like in 2030 when we'll get called up to take our microchip created by DARPA no doubt. Done to slow the spread of a contagious pathogen they'll say, regardless of them being a labour or conservative PM. You need to get into the real world and stop thinking about the political pantomime.
Re: BorisGate - A Christmas Cover Up Thu Dec 16, 2021 4:47 pm  
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MatthewTrin wrote:
William the Conquer & Henry VIII different monarchs, different polices and both tyrants. My apologies if I've offended her majesty the queen :MOON:
21st century politicians, different scripted speeches, different coloured ties but all bought and paid for by corporations and billionaires.

Borusgate is just another manufactured cover story just like the one with Liz Truss. Funny how it was filmed last Christmas in that 2.6M propaganda room that wasn't even in use until the end of March. I even like how ITN had kept hold of that footage until now, very suspect. All these "gates" are cooked up by the MSM to distract public opinion away from vaccine passports. Which people like you labelled me as "crazy" last year for saying they'd do it! Why do you think the so called "anti boris" man dominc cummings had his greasy hands on that nhs app in 2019 before this covid stuff. Why do you think they've spent millions and millions on it? Just for it to be chucked away next year, no chance! I see everything is going to plan. Just like in 2030 when we'll get called up to take our microchip created by DARPA no doubt. Done to slow the spread of a contagious pathogen they'll say, regardless of them being a labour or conservative PM. You need to get into the real world and stop thinking about the political pantomime.


The solution is simple don’t do it then you have nothing to worry about. I would think that ITN did not have a reason to release it because nothing was known at the time. When it became obvious that things had gone on then the video made more sense and was released or do you believe the time elapsed made it irrelevant like the MET did.
With regards the room it was completed but obviously was in use for practice only because they knew that with de Pfeffel they would need to be prepared.
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