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That fact that not one, but six member of his cabinet have resigned it would be clear to most right thinking people that six people cannot be wrong.

Brown in my view is in fact mentally ill, he has some very bad personal habits that are symptomatic with mental illness and its going to take someone in Government to have the courage to invoke extraordianary powers to remove this sick man from office.

As each day goes by he becomes more and more like a scared rat in a corner, he is now unpredictable. The party has lost its leadership, its in turmoil at a time when the nation can least afford it. Some very bad decisions have been made by Brown over the past year, its time for parliament to go to the nation and ask for their opinion. If the people are denied their say, then things will only get worse, and Brown is not prepared to handle any more crisis, and neither is the country.

He certainly has some form of psychological disorder, IMo. I said he had a personality disorder yonks ago and got called names for trying to 'pathologise' behaviour, that was merely silly( in thr eyes of another FM o'course) :rolleyes:

I feel events about to unfold - in the not too distant future - will vindicate me, hence my reference to " strange events." Possibly summat along the lines of a mental collapse due to the burden of office - that is what they will 'run' it as.

Watch that space....... :ph34r:

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He certainly has some form of psychological disorder, IMo. I said he had a personality disorder yonks ago and got called names for trying to 'pathologise' behaviour, that was merely silly( in thr eyes of another FM o'course) :rolleyes:

I feel events about to unfold - in the not too distant future - will vindicate me, hence my reference to " strange events." Possibly summat along the lines of a mental collapse due to the burden of office - that is what they will 'run' it as.

Watch that space....... :ph34r:

First of all can I please say that I am not a fan of Gordo, but in his defence and in answer to this topic I must say the following:

- He is the son of a CofS Minister and has a very strong set of personal beliefs

- As a boy he set up his own Blue Peter Bring-and-buy sale showing that he has a caring attitude and believes that he can improve things for others by his actions

- He is sincere, very sincere

- He likes to be fully in control

- He believes in what he does and is very focussed about achieving that goal at any cost

- He has been set up by 'Smiler' Blair

- He believes that he is the right man for the job, he believes that he is the chosen one

- He has a short fuse and does not tolerate dissention, it annoys him greatly

He cannot control and in fact can hardly influence his current environment and because of his very strong belief system he cannot change his approaches to problem solving. he cannot adapt, a one trick pony to an extent This inflexibility is making him cling on to power until someone eventually takes any decision making away from him. A stab in the back from his loyal and trusted supporters no doubt. It may not have happened tonight, but it will come soon.

The signs are that he is falling apart, perhaps a nervous breakdown approaches.

It is very sad, whatever your political persuassion, to watch an animal suffer, afterall he is flesh and blood just like all of us. Old 'Smiler'Blair is probably at the back of all this. His timing of getting out of No10 was impeccable.

Perhaps he has a lot more in common with Susan Boyle than would meet the eye. Is that why he telephoned her, for tips on how to cope with failure and disappointment? Could his next holiday be in the Priory?

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Both the BNP and UKIP have the advantage of not being in power, or remotely close to power. There is a chunk of the population who want (pick any that apply):

- A return to 50s style employment

- no ID cards

- no CCTV cameras shoved in your face

- cheap foreign holidays

- fewer foreigners taking their jobs

- a house to live in, preferably cheap

- a car to drive, without paying lots of tax

- cheap petrol

No mainstream party offers this - for obvious reasons. When they are asked for these things, they get evasive, because they know they can't deliver. The BNP and it's ilk can offer this sort of stuff because it is not challenged. They are at their weakest when interviewed - Nick Griffin was woefully bad when asked hard questions. Avoiding the challenge of the BNP is a disaster, the mainstream process needs to engage with them and shine a light on the weakness of their arguments. Then people will think it through: if I vote for the BNP, then we get rid of the poles who nicked my job, but nice (hardworking, salt of the earth etc etc) Mr Singh from the corner shop will also get deported. Hmmmm.

The real problem facing politics is that the next decade is going to be tough. We have a lot of debt to pay back, and no obvious ways of doing it. Energy is going to be expensive - we are going to get austerity, whether we vote for it or not. Extremists do well in austerity - just read the history of Germany in the 30s.

So you are saying they will never get into power i take it so why are the 3 main parties so scared of them and why is it i come across more and more people that say they will be voting BNP ?

You imply the BNP is telling lies and ignor that both the con's and zen labour say they want to stop ilegal imigrantionn and yet we are flooded to such a degree that just about every time an immigrant is arrested and chaged that it later transpires that they should not be here in the first place.

if your looking for lies then i sugest you are blinkered or looking in the wrong place and was the press to spend one tenth it's time looking at the main parties then it would result in ten times the $hit that they manage to dig up on the BNP party.

Yes i agree the main stream media should have a go by shining the light on them but they well know what the BNP is saying is being said in millions of homes across the country so best just tell everyone they are drunken skin heads and kiddie fiddlers and they will all go away.

bless tell me what is wrong with british jobs for british workers and why are immigrants not contemp with staying in Calis ??????????????????????????????? or should we now talk about gassig the jews and hittler now.

i'm not into football but i come across to many people that claim they want to see their own team loose and for the life of me i can not understand it.

"Mr Singh from the corner shop will also get deported"

is that the same Mr singh that is allowed to carry i big knife whilst we would get arrested or the same one that more than likly has kids that all go out waering bangles ? (Please look it up if you don't know what they are used for) or the same mr singh that employes his family whist they are getting dole money ?

No i should not tar them all with the same brush as you should not cover them in rose petals but on the whole a lot of this is gong on and shiks are better behaved than some of the other ones.

Should i now kick the ball into my own goal

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First of all can I please say that I am not a fan of Gordo, but in his defence and in answer to this topic I must say the following:

- He is the son of a CofS Minister and has a very strong set of personal beliefs

- As a boy he set up his own Blue Peter Bring-and-buy sale showing that he has a caring attitude and 1) believes that he can improve things for others by his actions

2) He is sincere, very sincere

3)He likes to be fully in control

3)He believes in what he does and is very focussed about achieving that goal at any cost

- He has been set up by 'Smiler' Blair

4) He believes that he is the right man for the job, he believes that he is the chosen one

- He has a short fuse and does not tolerate dissention, it annoys him greatly

He cannot control and in fact can hardly influence his current environment and because of his very strong belief system he cannot change his approaches to problem solving(OCD). he cannot adapt, a one trick pony to an extent This inflexibility is making him cling on to power until someone eventually takes any decision making away from him. A stab in the back from his loyal and trusted supporters no doubt. It may not have happened tonight, but it will come soon.

The signs are that he is falling apart, perhaps a nervous breakdown approaches.

It is very sad, whatever your political persuassion, to watch an animal suffer, afterall he is flesh and blood just like all of us. Old 'Smiler'Blair is probably at the back of all this. His timing of getting out of No10 was impeccable.

Perhaps he has a lot more in common with Susan Boyle than would meet the eye. Is that why he telephoned her, for tips on how to cope with failure and disappointment? Could his next holiday be in the Priory?

I got the impression when you kicked off here that you were going to contradict what I'd said. :D But you haven't.

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BBC just had a chat about the BNP. They had two guests on to discuss. Both of them black !! I mean come on. Hardly going to be a balanced conversation is it.

You may as well have a discussion on house prices and have on two estate agents !! Although being the BBC, they probably have done that. :rolleyes:

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See, I have a soft sensitive side.

Shucks, BW, never doubted it. ^_^

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BBC just had a chat about the BNP. They had two guests on to discuss. Both of them black !! I mean come on. Hardly going to be a balanced conversation is it.

You may as well have a discussion on house prices and have on two estate agents !! Although being the BBC, they probably have done that. :rolleyes:

Or talking about Brown's future- and interviewing two Labour career **** lickers

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Or talking about Brown's future- and interviewing two Labour career **** lickers

Next they'll be discussing the benefits of Sharia Law in the UK, with two imams. :rolleyes:

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Have you mentioned who you voted for AJ? I voted Green in both the local and Euro elections.

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Have you mentioned who you voted for AJ? I voted Green in both the local and Euro elections.

Why bother to vote for the Greens ? Surely if you are of the persuasion you simply exaggerate how much you earnt in a year on your self assesment by ten fold, and you will be experiencing the same effect as if they were in power ?

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BBC just had a chat about the BNP. They had two guests on to discuss. Both of them black !! I mean come on. Hardly going to be a balanced conversation is it.

You may as well have a discussion on house prices and have on two estate agents !! Although being the BBC, they probably have done that. :rolleyes:

The BBC only represents minorities and Islington liberals. Most people who work there are either rich kids who have houses gven to them so they can work for little money, or Labour Pary buddies on crazy unpublisHed saleries.

I knew a few people who were reporters there and all they cared about was impressing their West London friends with how "liberal and worldly" they were. When you have a big house in Notting Hill, another in Chianti, a nanny, kids at private school, no job worries etc is easy to not see how ordinary people are suffering from immigration in the UK.

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The BBC only represents minorities and Islington liberals.

Yeah, BBC1 is full of minority interest programs and high brow debating.

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Have you mentioned who you voted for AJ? I voted Green in both the local and Euro elections.

By politics - I am a Tory wet - for my sins..now. I used to be a Liberal. By guiding life principles - a humanitarian.

I have also practiced socialist principles all my life, but am sad to find that even the party that identifies itself thus, is no more socialist than Ghengis Khan was. :(

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Why bother to vote for the Greens ? Surely if you are of the persuasion you simply exaggerate how much you earnt in a year on your self assesment by ten fold, and you will be experiencing the same effect as if they were in power ?

Perhaps that would be a good simulation of the costs, but (I assume the Greens would assert) that the ecological effects would be different.

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By politics - I am a Tory wet - for my sins..now. I used to be a Liberal. By guiding life principles - a humanitarian.

Haven't heard the term "wet" for a few years! Thanks for answering.

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