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John Prescott Is A Great Guy

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He said that Bush's Middle East policy is CRAP. So Prescott for PM please. This guy talks sense.

Except when it comes to housing!

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This is the low-life that put a bus lane on the M4; the busiest road into London. This is the low-life that seized housing in Liverpool and demolished them forcing the residents into debt as the compensation of £30,000 wasn't enough to buy the £100,000 flats that were built in their stead. This is the scum that gerrymandered the elections.

He looks like Jabba the Hut, he talks like Jabba the Hut and he stinks like a pile of s***.

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He is the epitomy of the Champagne Socialists he fronts.

He should be shot at dawn, he is a traitor to the working classes, a traitor to the British Electorate, and a traitor to the nation.

The only endearing quality he has is that he is conspicous by his absence thus saving the nation of having to smell the stench of Socialist Excrement oozing from his pitifull fat ugly body.

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He is the epitomy of the Champagne Socialists he fronts.

He should be shot at dawn, he is a traitor to the working classes, a traitor to the British Electorate, and a traitor to the nation.

Agree entirely. Prescott sold out on everything he ever claimed to believe in. Blair himself, never had a background to betray.

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So generally speaking do we like him or not?

i think calling GWB crap grants him political capital beyond the average Labour MP :D

but no, don't like any of them particularly.. especially my local MP, who chose to duck every single question when i wrote to him, and talk about something irrelevent instead. i'm sending him some shoulder oil for xmas

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Oh how I wish this was true :lol:

what, that i lost an eye, or that the story was apocryphal / applied to J Kerry :D

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The man is a repulsive, ignorant sell out. Bliar is what he is. Prescott is a turn coat. A ***** of the first order basically.

REPULSIVE? Yep! Brawling in the street, sticking two fingers up to the cameras before entering No.10. What scum!

IGNORANT? Yep! As the UK ambassador to the US noted with embarrassment, Prescott talked about UK jets dropping bombs at 20 ft!

SELL OUT? No! Prescott was a member of the RMT prior to coming to power. They sabotaged the railways to seize back Railtrack, killing 53 people. Calling Labour traitors to the working class is like saying the plumber who deliberately damaged your boiler and told you you needed a new one betrayed you.

Labour are funded by the unions. They depend on high unemployment to create fear so that people will rush to the unions for protection. This is the nature of protection rackets and state terrorism.

UK unemployment discounts 7.8m "economically inactive" (a US scam), 2.7m "incapacity benefit claimants", 1m "students" studying crud degrees that aren't worth the paper they're printed on and according to the Business Online, 23% of the UK working population are employed by the state. Bill Bonner on the lewrockwell.com website reckons that over 50% either directly or indirectly are dependent on the state for jobs. Yet EU immigration guarantees low wages even as Herr Braun gives multi-nationals a tax deferrment for outsourcing as well. Smaller companies such as one man firms are attacked by Braun reversing Norman Lamont's small companies policy. Braun gives the I.R. the power to determine whether your wife is a real director able to accept dividend payments or not.

The last such assault by large corporations on the little-guy was in the 1930s and it was called the Great Depression.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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