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#202946
If I could be bothered... 3 Weeks ago  
I'd spend lockdown hours finding evidence that stupid politicians themselves are racist, sexists, abusers... Like the MP who picked up Greg Clarke on "people of colour". We all know the only reason was to get media coverage from the tabloids (righteous indignation) and their adoration of superficiality; plus the public's mob behaviour ("lynch him!") resulting in an image boost, more votes at the next election. If I could be bothered I'd be trawling through his past speeches and finding an inevitable blunder for a Mail front page. Just like all the politicians who passed laws allowing the False Allegations Industry to flourish. All the bent lawyers concealing their devious behaviour by pretending to defend criminals (knowing they are liars). All the crooked charity people righteously pretending to care about children, battered wives etc.

Expose the lot of them, I say.
 
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Wyot

Re:If I could be bothered... 3 Weeks ago  
The Greg Clarke thing is absolutely ridiculous. Vote for Laurence Fox's new party in the future. The MP who picked it up should be worried because if you fight with the sword in this hystetical culture the karma is coming....
 
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Honey

Re:If I could be bothered... 3 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
I'd spend lockdown hours finding evidence that stupid politicians themselves are racist, sexists, abusers... Like the MP who picked up Greg Clarke on "people of colour". We all know the only reason was to get media coverage from the tabloids (righteous indignation) and their adoration of superficiality; plus the public's mob behaviour ("lynch him!") resulting in an image boost, more votes at the next election. If I could be bothered I'd be trawling through his past speeches and finding an inevitable blunder for a Mail front page. Just like all the politicians who passed laws allowing the False Allegations Industry to flourish. All the bent lawyers concealing their devious behaviour by pretending to defend criminals (knowing they are liars). All the crooked charity people righteously pretending to care about children, battered wives etc.

Expose the lot of them, I say.


Do it! Do it!
 
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Re:If I could be bothered... 3 Weeks ago  
Just check out Peter Saunders NAPAC Honey; there is always something lurking in the closet. I'd like to know more about Wanless at the NSPCC but simply cannot be bothered and anyway, I really don't like being in the exposing business, if I can avoid it. But every now and then my blood boils (seeing Saunders on ghastly Victoria's show boasting about his - and Wanless' - dear friend Carl Beech being a "vanishingly rare" example of the current epidemic crime wave of false accusers). Called dear old Simon Warr. "Something very suspect about that one" he said. Set me off. Couldn't resist.
 
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