The Tory reality distortion field

The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Gigabit » Fri Apr 13, 2018 10:42 pm

I don't understand Conservatives. Do they live in an alternate reality without a housing crisis, or without an NHS crisis, or rip off train prices, or without Brexit, or without Syria, or without Trump?

I just can't understand how they can think the current economy is working for anyone. Perhaps rather than saying things like "Corbyn will ruin the country" and other smears, they should start tackling problems that impact real people? I don't understand how they find this so difficult.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby MungoBrush » Fri Apr 13, 2018 10:44 pm

Gigabit wrote:I don't understand Conservatives.


You should understand them Gigabit
You were one of their most vocal supporters on Digital Spy before you turned traitor.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Guest » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:04 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
Gigabit wrote:I don't understand Conservatives.


You should understand them Gigabit
You were one of their most vocal supporters on Digital Spy before you turned traitor.


Are you hearing voices in your head again Mungo? :leer:
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:27 pm

Hard to imagine now but I seem to remember celebs saying if Tony Blair's lot won the lights would be going out an they'd be leaving.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Cobs » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:39 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:Hard to imagine now but I seem to remember celebs saying if Tony Blair's lot won the lights would be going out an they'd be leaving.

Seems like a dog's age but it's only been 8 years since a Labour government.
They'll get their turn again in 2022 probably, if it lasts to term.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby MungoBrush » Sat Apr 14, 2018 10:35 am

Guest wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Gigabit wrote:I don't understand Conservatives.


You should understand them Gigabit
You were one of their most vocal supporters on Digital Spy before you turned traitor.


Are you hearing voices in your head again Mungo? :leer:


If you take Gigabit's latest posts
Replace "Tories" with "Labour"
Replace "Theresa May" with "Jeremy Corbyn"
You will get a match with his posts on Digital Spy from a few months ago

It's not in my head, guest
It's all in the public domain for all to see.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:50 am

MungoBrush wrote:
Guest wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Gigabit wrote:I don't understand Conservatives.


You should understand them Gigabit
You were one of their most vocal supporters on Digital Spy before you turned traitor.


Are you hearing voices in your head again Mungo? :leer:


If you take Gigabit's latest posts
Replace "Tories" with "Labour"
Replace "Theresa May" with "Jeremy Corbyn"
You will get a match with his posts on Digital Spy from a few months ago

It's not in my head, guest
It's all in the public domain for all to see.

An intelligent mind can change direction where an indoctrinated one can't.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby MungoBrush » Sat Apr 14, 2018 12:20 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Guest wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Gigabit wrote:I don't understand Conservatives.


You should understand them Gigabit
You were one of their most vocal supporters on Digital Spy before you turned traitor.


Are you hearing voices in your head again Mungo? :leer:


If you take Gigabit's latest posts
Replace "Tories" with "Labour"
Replace "Theresa May" with "Jeremy Corbyn"
You will get a match with his posts on Digital Spy from a few months ago

It's not in my head, guest
It's all in the public domain for all to see.

An intelligent mind can change direction where an indoctrinated one can't.


I think that this was the point where Gigabit changed his mind:
https://forums.digitalspy.com/discussio ... /bit-tipsy

Doesn't sound like much of an intelligent U-turn to me
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby bogtrotter » Sat Apr 14, 2018 5:25 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Guest wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Gigabit wrote:I don't understand Conservatives.


You should understand them Gigabit
You were one of their most vocal supporters on Digital Spy before you turned traitor.


Are you hearing voices in your head again Mungo? :leer:


If you take Gigabit's latest posts
Replace "Tories" with "Labour"
Replace "Theresa May" with "Jeremy Corbyn"
You will get a match with his posts on Digital Spy from a few months ago

It's not in my head, guest
It's all in the public domain for all to see.

An intelligent mind can change direction where an indoctrinated one can't.


Giggletwits antics on DS were called into question months ago on the ds thread.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:03 am

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has admitted a criminal offence. What should be done with him?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is a criminal.

He may never go to prison for his offence because he is a Conservative cabinet member and that means corruption – but we can all see the truth of it.

Hunt bought seven luxury flats in Southampton with his wife – they acted as a company called Mare Pond Properties – then failed to notify the Register of Members’ Interests in Parliament within the required 28-day period, or Companies House. When the registration documents were filed in September 2017 only his wife was named, constituting a breach of regulations. His failure to declare his interest to Companies House is a criminal offence. It took him months to rectify these omissions.

“He also breached the Companies Act, which requires anyone with more than 25 per cent control of a company to be declared ‘a person with significant control’. The act was introduced by David Cameron’s government in 2015 to tackle money laundering and came into force the following year.”

They are indeed. In addition to the new offences against money-laundering legislation, Mr Hunt is also a tax dodger, having avoided £100,000 in tax in 2010, days before a 10 per cent rise in the tax on dividends in April 2010.

Let’s let the Telegraph, of all periodicals, explain:

“[Mr Hunt] and his business partner, Mike Elms, tran>>>>>>>

https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2018/04/ ... -with-him/
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby McAz » Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:25 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has admitted a criminal offence. What should be done with him?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is a criminal.

He may never go to prison for his offence because he is a Conservative cabinet member and that means corruption – but we can all see the truth of it.

Hunt bought seven luxury flats in Southampton with his wife – they acted as a company called Mare Pond Properties – then failed to notify the Register of Members’ Interests in Parliament within the required 28-day period, or Companies House. When the registration documents were filed in September 2017 only his wife was named, constituting a breach of regulations. His failure to declare his interest to Companies House is a criminal offence. It took him months to rectify these omissions.

“He also breached the Companies Act, which requires anyone with more than 25 per cent control of a company to be declared ‘a person with significant control’. The act was introduced by David Cameron’s government in 2015 to tackle money laundering and came into force the following year.”

They are indeed. In addition to the new offences against money-laundering legislation, Mr Hunt is also a tax dodger, having avoided £100,000 in tax in 2010, days before a 10 per cent rise in the tax on dividends in April 2010.

Let’s let the Telegraph, of all periodicals, explain:

“[Mr Hunt] and his business partner, Mike Elms, tran>>>>>>>

https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2018/04/ ... -with-him/

He's white and right-wing so it must be down to mental problems.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:50 am

McAz wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has admitted a criminal offence. What should be done with him?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is a criminal.

He may never go to prison for his offence because he is a Conservative cabinet member and that means corruption – but we can all see the truth of it.

Hunt bought seven luxury flats in Southampton with his wife – they acted as a company called Mare Pond Properties – then failed to notify the Register of Members’ Interests in Parliament within the required 28-day period, or Companies House. When the registration documents were filed in September 2017 only his wife was named, constituting a breach of regulations. His failure to declare his interest to Companies House is a criminal offence. It took him months to rectify these omissions.

“He also breached the Companies Act, which requires anyone with more than 25 per cent control of a company to be declared ‘a person with significant control’. The act was introduced by David Cameron’s government in 2015 to tackle money laundering and came into force the following year.”

They are indeed. In addition to the new offences against money-laundering legislation, Mr Hunt is also a tax dodger, having avoided £100,000 in tax in 2010, days before a 10 per cent rise in the tax on dividends in April 2010.

Let’s let the Telegraph, of all periodicals, explain:

“[Mr Hunt] and his business partner, Mike Elms, tran>>>>>>>

https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2018/04/ ... -with-him/

He's white and right-wing so it must be down to mental problems.

He didn't forget apparently to claim 27p for a one mile journey he had to make.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby McAz » Sun Apr 15, 2018 1:02 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
McAz wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has admitted a criminal offence. What should be done with him?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is a criminal.

He may never go to prison for his offence because he is a Conservative cabinet member and that means corruption – but we can all see the truth of it.

Hunt bought seven luxury flats in Southampton with his wife – they acted as a company called Mare Pond Properties – then failed to notify the Register of Members’ Interests in Parliament within the required 28-day period, or Companies House. When the registration documents were filed in September 2017 only his wife was named, constituting a breach of regulations. His failure to declare his interest to Companies House is a criminal offence. It took him months to rectify these omissions.

“He also breached the Companies Act, which requires anyone with more than 25 per cent control of a company to be declared ‘a person with significant control’. The act was introduced by David Cameron’s government in 2015 to tackle money laundering and came into force the following year.”

They are indeed. In addition to the new offences against money-laundering legislation, Mr Hunt is also a tax dodger, having avoided £100,000 in tax in 2010, days before a 10 per cent rise in the tax on dividends in April 2010.

Let’s let the Telegraph, of all periodicals, explain:

“[Mr Hunt] and his business partner, Mike Elms, tran>>>>>>>

https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2018/04/ ... -with-him/

He's white and right-wing so it must be down to mental problems.

He didn't forget apparently to claim 27p for a one mile journey he had to make.


The madness comes and goes.
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby guest » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:13 am

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It really doesn't work anymore doe it! :grrrrr:
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Re: The Tory reality distortion field

Postby Didge » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:26 am

Real poverty is people starving in countries like Africa and Asia

If people cannot afford to feed themselves in this country, they are the homeless

I gree up in a large family with next to nothing

My parents did not put material objects before placing food on the table

Many people today are responsible due to living beyond their means and their obsession with material objects

Food should come first over any phone, TV, car etc

People today have no idea or responsibilities

Its disgusting that anyones is homeless and I support resolving this
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