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THERESA MAY IS OUR NEW PRIME MINISTER

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Farage's opinion on May

Post by Tony Bennett on 15.07.16 23:57

Nigel Farage interviewed about Theresa May as Prime Minister on American TV (TNTV):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9XPWg9nCD4 (7 minutes)

He was on good form - and is going to the Republican Convention next week

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Post by 3 cheers on 16.07.16 0:07

Tony, everyone on here wants you to be the next PM.

Can you do it sir.

The country will be a better place with you in charge.

Three cheers for Tony.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 16.07.16 0:21

@sharonl wrote:Oh Dear, supermom Andrea Leadsom. who claimed that she would make a better PM just because she children has now made a comment that children should never be left with men, just in case they are paedophiles.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT.

Perhaps Ms Leadsom would prefer children to be 'looked after' by 'angelic' FEMALE nursery worker, Vanessa George?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-11682161

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2009/oct/01/vanessa-george-plymouth-abuse-background

Vanessa George: from angel to paedophile

Seen as an 'angel' by parents at Little Ted's, Vanessa George developed a dark side after growing fascinated with the web

Steven Morris and Helen Carter

Thursday 1 October 2009 13.52 BST Last modified on Wednesday 16 December 2009 10.44 GMT

To friends, family, work colleagues and to the parents of the children she cared for, Vanessa George, who today admitted a catalogue of child abuse offences, seemed a respectable, valuable member of their community.

The youngsters thought of her as cuddly and her workmates saw her as bubbly and fun, the life and soul of their social events. She had never been in trouble with the police and everyone trusted her. One mother who had a child at the nursery said most parents considered her an "angel".

George began to find time alone with children at Little Ted's, sometimes when she changed their nappies. She sexually assaulted them and used the camera on her mobile phone to record the abuse. She used objects found at the nursery in the assaults, but also smuggled a sex toy in for at least one attack.

And not 'forgetting' George's FEMALE 'friend' Angela Allen

George was not the only woman Blanchard was in contact with. In around September 2008 he began an internet relationship with Angela Allen. Like the other two, she was a parent in her late 30s. She lived in Bulwell, near Nottingham. She was not as well-off as Blanchard or George and when police later raided her home, it was dirty and there was hardly any food in the cupboards. She had once worked as a prostitute and has an old conviction for dishonesty.

All three shared fantasies ‑ and the photographs of abuse. Detectives said they seemed to egg each other on, to dare each other to go further.

According to one prosecution source, they communicated in "very crude, explicit shorthand". Blanchard told both women he loved them. Both said they loved him.

Allen was the most graphic of the three. Detective Superintendent Adrian Pearson, of Nottinghamshire police, described her as "sinister and evil". She talked about rape and sex with animals and after her arrest never shed a tear.
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What do you reckon Ms Leadsom, children best being left, ALONE, with these two 'females' because they are not 'men' who 'might' be paedophiles?

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Post by jeanmonroe on 16.07.16 0:48

@sharonl wrote:Oh Dear, supermom Andrea Leadsom. who claimed that she would make a better PM just because she children has now made a comment that children should never be left with men, just in case they are paedophiles.

Not even with their own fathers/grandfathers?

Maybe, maybe, there is 'something' in Ms Leadsom's 'past/early life', she'd 'rather forget' or 'warn' about?

Who knows............not me.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 16.07.16 1:07

Found this from just YESTERDAY.

Woman ‘sexually assaulted toddler and sent three indecent images to man’

Harry Readhead for Metro.co.ukFriday 15 Jul 2016 11:37 am

http://metro.co.uk/2016/07/15/woman-sexually-assaulted-toddler-and-sent-three-indecent-images-to-man-6008375/

A woman sexually assaulted a three-year-old girl and sent three indecent images of the toddler to a man, a court heard.

Sadie Annette Morris, 24, allegedly posed naked with the girl before sending the pictures from her Blackberry phone.

Offices seized the recipient’s phone when they searched his home in north Wales.

‘She sent them via a Blackberry mobile phone messaging facility to a man,’ said prosecutor Ian Way.’

‘The matter came to light when the police in North Wales executed a search warrant at the home of the man.

‘Officers seized his Blackberry which was forensically examined.

‘It revealed a large number of adult females engaging in sexual acts.’

Leicester Crown Court heard that the offences took place between July 1 and 31 last year. The photographs included one category A image – the most serious class – one B and one C.

Morris, of Barwell, Leicestershire, denies one count of sexually assaulting a girl under 13 and three counts of distributing indecent images of children.
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What do you reckon Ms Leadsom, still think ONLY 'men' might be paedophiles?



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"THE COUNTRY IS BURNING" - The Green Party

Post by Tony Bennett on 16.07.16 7:50

This is the mildly hysterical take of the Green Party after Theresa May's coronation (from their latest newsletter:

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14 July 2016

Hello

This is an excellent time to hide bad news.

As an unelected Prime Minister takes up residence in 10 Downing Street without any democratic direction on the nature of post-referendum negotiations and the country watches the dramatic Labour leadership battle, the government is relying on us being so distracted that we don’t notice anything else.

The UN has found the Conservative government’s austerity measures and social security reform to be in breach of international human rights obligations.

Key areas of concern include persistent discrimination against migrant workers; unemployment, which continues to disproportionately affect people with disabilities, young people and minorities; lack of corporate regulation; the use of zero hour contracts; and the new Trade Union Act, which limits the right of workers to undertake industrial action.

The national minimum wage has been found to be insufficient to ensure a decent standard of living. There has been a significant rise in homelessness. The Human Rights Act is still being scrapped.

The number of children living in poverty has jumped by 200,000 in the last year. This means 3.9 million children are now living below the breadline in this country.

Yesterday’s report by the Committee on Climate Change found that the government is unprepared to deal with the effects of climate change. It is predicted that global warming will hit UK with deadly heatwaves, more flooding and water shortages. Meanwhile we're still filling the oceans with plastic, and employing disasterous farming methods that are destroying our soils and wildlife.

The country is burning, Tony. We are in a state of crisis.

This is all being buried under Brexit headlines. As the increasingly farcical spectacle that is modern day British politics continues to unfold, we cannot forget that there are still injustices to be fought. Right now. Today.

In these times of uncertainty, the Green Party remains united. Whoever is in charge, we know what we stand for. We will continue to fight for social justice, migrants’ rights and weaning our country off its addiction to fossil fuels. Help us do this. Please join us today.

Best Wishes,




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Post by jeanmonroe on 16.07.16 10:52

Anna Sourberry, 'get your guns bags!'

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Post by BlueBag on 16.07.16 11:16

Global warming and persistent discrimination against migrant workers?

Good old green party, still peddling the EU/globalist agenda.

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Post by Richard IV on 16.07.16 11:49

@jeanmonroe wrote:Anna Sourberry, 'get your guns bags!'
Yep - she was hardly Theresa May material, being angry, emotional, dramatic, rude - all the polar opposite to TM`s MO.

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Post by Verdi on 16.07.16 12:24

3 cheers wrote:Tony, everyone on here wants you to be the next PM.

Can you do it sir.

The country will be a better place with you in charge.

Three cheers for Tony.
You speak for yourself mate, I don't want Tony Bennett (assuming that's who you mean) to be Prime Minister.  Not that I doubt his aptitude but due to more pressing issues, he would be forced to neglect the sterling work he has undertaken on behalf of Madeleine Mccann and other very worthwhile causes.

I'd rather have him on this team than witness his abilities being corrupted by rubbing shoulders with a bunch of hypocrites who couldn't organize a knees-up at the Moulin Rouge.

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Post by Verdi on 17.07.16 12:54

I'm not a fan of the Daily Mail but I thought this commentary by Peter Hitchens, on Ms May's much vaunted state educated cabinet, to be rather pertinent..

And Tory politicians started bragging about sending their children to state schools, as well as looking embarrassed about having been privately educated themselves.

Mrs May seldom mentions her time at a private convent school, and tried for years to keep quiet about her grammar school days, though she now seems to have decided to trade on it as it suits her new image as the woman from Middle England.

But none of this changes the fact that in the 50 years since most grammar schools were abolished, state education in this country has been in decline – and that the continuing existence of private schools has shown it up again and again.

So let’s have no boasting about having the worst-educated Cabinet in modern history.

Instead let’s restore the lost grammar and direct grant schools that were taking on and beating the private schools at their own game, until politicians destroyed them.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3694006/PETER-HITCHENS-Sorry-won-t-saluting-dimmest-Cabinet-history.html

Good thinking!

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Post by BlueBag on 17.07.16 20:37

Bilateral schools were the best!

I went to one.

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Post by Verdi on 17.07.16 21:01

If you're fortunate enough to be academically or artistically gifted, you should have the opportunity to maximize your talents without being absorbed by the abysmal standards of general education exhibited by the present day state controlled system.

Ms May during her debut speech before entering the portals of No. 10, said that everyone should have equal education rights - so let's start with introducing a system that turns that theory into a workable reality.  The current state education is nothing short of a joke, it leaves little or no scope for recognizing or advancing inborn ability. 

State education in the UK is funded by the tax payer - why should it be necessary for the public to pay again by sending their children to a fee paying establishment?

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Post by BlueBag on 17.07.16 21:13

Bilateral was perfect.

Grammar stream and comprehensive in the same school with movement in between.

They killed (the successful idea) in the 80's.

I would not swop my school days for the world.

It's a massive part of me.

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Post by Verdi on 17.07.16 23:42

My first thought on hearing the words of Ms May was empty words built on empty ideals.  This is one of the problems with her words of wisdom, it isn't about opening the doors of university to any student for whatever reason - it's about raising educational standards to encourage students to achieve their own potential and providing the opportunity to break free of the bog standard level of state education without restraint.

Unfortunately, many youngsters of the day want to get to university for the wrong reasons - to avoid work for as long as possible and/or in  anticipation of skipping the groundwork and going straight into well paid employment.  There is no future in that way of thinking - they are destined for the job centre or stuffing burgers at McDonalds.

Education is not a game, it's the precursor for the future and should be taken seriously.  Did the government ask the populace about their proposed structure for the state education system at any stage of development?  No, I don't believe they did!  We pay for the service, it's the future of our children - shouldn't we have say?  What is the present day system outside of private education - low standard state education with the prospect of moving onto university if you can find a subject that might just interest you for the duration?  Nah, can't get on with geography think I'll try cardiology - more money in that!

The UK is creating a new generation of poorly educated, lazy, ignorant, rude, mercenary self absorbed zombies.

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