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Post by Redflag on Thu Aug 22, 2013 10:28 am

So says Boris Johnson, he thinks it's a leftie thing; have I got news for Boris, it's also a Tory thing, he needs to cast his mind back to 1990 when the Tory party of the day KNIFED their so called great leader Mrs Thatcher right between the shoulder blades and ousted her as PM.
 
Going by his past deeds he might not shaft his brother but would he shaft his brother's wife? There is enough scandal in all parties for Boris to start throwing stones when he lives in a GLASS HOUSE. He also accuses Ed Miliband devoid of ties to society where oh where is the Tory big society now? Nowhere to be seen, it went when the PR factor went, in the same interview he is giving his own brother Jo the OK to go for the PMs job his best school buddy - are they getting ready to stab Cameron in the back ?
 
At the moment he is on holiday in the Northern Territory of Austrailia. He'd better watch himself, the large salty crocs enjoy the odd humane for their tea and Steve Irwin is not there to save him.
 
As he is not doing a good job for the people of London, I would think instead of shutting police offices and fire stations attend to the business that the people of London are paying him too do would be a better use of his time.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Ivan on Thu Aug 22, 2013 11:07 am

Johnson is just behaving like a typical Tory, distorting an issue, which in any case is none of his business.
 
The Online Dictionary says that ‘to shaft’ is slang for “treating in a harsh or unfair way”. Well, primogeniture doesn’t apply with Labour – it’s a democratic political party, not the monarchy. Ed Miliband had just as much right to stand for leader as his older brother or Andy Burnham or Ed Balls. The Labour Party made the decision and Ed was elected.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Thu Aug 22, 2013 1:25 pm


Boris Johnson is nothing more than a stupid Twat he is a typical Bullingdon boy who does not know his ass from his elbow, I watch the Mayors QT and from what I have seen he is yet to answer a question from Labour or Greens and of course the questions from Tory or Lib-Dems which are set up are answered in his own favour, first time I see him wil offer him a comb he always looks as though he is just got out of bed.

Plus his ex-marital affairs are the joke among his own kind that shows the character of this poor excuse for a humane being.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Penderyn on Thu Aug 22, 2013 2:00 pm

He is in fact a very bright twat, who would sell his soul and everyone else's life for power. Behaving like a clown is good cover for a Nazi bastard.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Thu Aug 22, 2013 3:55 pm

Penderyn wrote:He is in fact a very bright twat, who would sell his soul and everyone else's life for power.   Behaving like a clown is good cover for a Nazi bastard.
On this Penderyn I do agree, but do not where the bright twat comes from I watch his QT and he finds it impossible to answer a question, except to fluff it off or say he will find out and let the questioner know and several times the person will ask him why he did not get back to them, I do think that the people of London have unmasked his cover and know exactly what he is all about.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Penderyn on Thu Aug 22, 2013 4:13 pm

Redflag wrote: On this Penderyn I do agree, but do not where the bright twat comes from I watch his QT and he finds it impossible to answer a question, except to fluff it off or say he will find out and let the questioner know and several times the person will ask him why he did not get back to them, I do think that the people of London have unmasked his cover and know exactly what he is all about.
Let's hope!
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Fri Aug 23, 2013 8:19 am


Penderyn Boris is that thick he will unmask himself for all to see, Zac Goldsmith Tory MP has said he would give up his safe Tory seat in Richmond for Boris so he can get back into the HOC then the fun and games will begin as he stabs his best pal in the back to get the leaders job.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by oftenwrong on Fri Aug 23, 2013 10:17 am

One can only hope that the Prime Minister returns from holiday refreshed and invigorated, because his career may well be on the line during September. Facing direct threats from Boris and from Nigel's UKIP as well as from the Labour opposition, Cameron will find himself under attack from Tory backwoodsmen at the Party Conference.

Couldn't happen to a nicer chap.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Fri Aug 23, 2013 10:41 am

I hope his backwoodsman roast him alive OW, that will be a show to watch.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Penderyn on Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:10 pm

Redflag wrote: Penderyn Boris is that thick he will unmask himself for all to see, Zac Goldsmith Tory MP has said he would give up his safe Tory seat in Richmond for Boris so he can get back into the HOC then the fun and games will begin as he stabs his best pal in the back to get the leaders job.
 
The London electorate don't seem overbright either, alas!   And old etonians can achieve feats with a knife and a back that you and I can merely wonder at:  the shittiness of the hand deceives the eye!
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Sat Aug 24, 2013 3:11 pm

Penderyn, you are a very wise person and the Tories will never pull the wool over your eyes, I am glad to say.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Ivan on Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:14 pm

Johnson may not shaft his brother, but he's more than happy to shaft the people of London who voted for him after he promised "no cuts to fire services".

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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by oftenwrong on Thu Jan 09, 2014 10:18 pm

Boris would shaft the entire human race in order to advance himself. Get in line there!
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Fri Jan 10, 2014 11:07 am

oftenwrong wrote:Boris would shaft the entire human race in order to advance himself.  Get in line there!


As would any one within the Tory party OW, that sort of thing is in there DNA that is part of the criteria for joining the Tory party. :yeahthat: 
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Ivan on Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:08 pm

All London homes and offices are to be fitted with new fire alarms:-

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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Fri Jan 10, 2014 5:40 pm

IVAN you are being very cruel to the boarders on here, how many people do you think would like to punch that Dick Head very hard in his right wing GOB, I expect too many to count  lol! lol!
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Post by oftenwrong on Fri Jan 10, 2014 7:26 pm

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Not NOW, stupid!  In case of FIRE! (or impending election)
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Bellatori on Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:22 pm

Redflag wrote:IVAN you are being very cruel to the boarders on here, how many people do you think would like to punch that Dick Head very hard in his right wing GOB, I expect too many to count  lol! lol!

No, not at all... Anyone read Shogun? I am looking for what Toranaga did to Ishido...

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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Ivan on Wed Feb 05, 2014 12:25 pm

Johnson may or may not shaft his brother, but he's certainly more than happy to shaft Londoners. First he reneged on his promise of "no cuts to fire services", and now he's doing the same with his promise not to close ticket offices on the Tube. That's what today's Tube strike is all about, but don't expect the Tories and their media poodles to blame anyone other than the workers, some of whom are losing their livelihood.
 
This article even shows Johnson signing a petition against ticket office closures:-
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Wed Feb 05, 2014 5:48 pm

So Doris did a Cleggy Ivan where as Clegg signed a promise and put his photo to it, but then again Doris is a Tory and they have been LYING through there back teeth on the run up to the 2010 general election and since getting into power the LIES have came thick and fast.   I suppose Doris was frightened to do any closures before the Bullingdon boys got into power that is why the garden was all rosy after Doris won the Mayoral election in 2008, I am glad to see the Unions doing something for there members which is the last resort they can use strike action I wish them well but wish all the different Unions would get together and call a General Strike to rid the UK of this NASTY TORY gov't headbang 
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Post by jackthelad on Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:07 pm

Strikes are not the answer, only the ballot box, they would soon be out if some of the lazy sods got of their backsides, even with postal voting now, they are to lazy to to walk to a post box. Big improvement at the ballot box if they made voting compulsory. Even a spoilt vote would register if you don't like any off the candidates up for election, or any of the political parties. Money talks, so fine the idle sods who are reluctant to vote, people won't like it if not voting would cost them money. Just a thought.
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Post by bobby on Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:08 pm

What is it with these Effing Tories (with a lib-dem or two thrown in). They seem to think that its OK to make promises then renege on them as soon as the chance comes. I can understand a broken promise when circumstances change making those promises impossible to keep, but in the case of " there will not any top down reorganisation of the NHS, only to find that plans for just that had been drawn up long before the election. That should be a crime as it would be in any other walk of life. Hang the Bastards
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Post by jackthelad on Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:25 pm

What is wrong with the Tories they are a bunch of dishonest lying sods. As an ex miner I know how good they are at lying along with every other miner and Arthur Scargill. Margaret Thatcher lied in parliament to all the MP's during the miners strike saying there was no hit list for closing mines only 5 or 6 mines to close, lies all lies, government papers recently released to to public domain proves there was a list of over 75 pits, plus she was getting the Army involved to defeat the miners. I was on strike 12 months, so I know that strikes is not always the answer only the ballot box. Cameron said the NHS was safe in his hands, that is proving to be a lie too, you can't believe a word that comes out of their lying mouths.
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Post by oftenwrong on Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:34 pm

All Tories are bastards, and almost everything they do strengthens the
Labour Party's chances at the next Election.

Carry on Boris! Keep making promises you won't keep, David! Continue the War on the Poor, IDS! Don't stop sneering at us, Gideon.
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Post by boatlady on Wed Feb 05, 2014 8:24 pm

Carry on Boris! Keep making promises you won't keep, David! Continue the War on the Poor, IDS! Don't stop sneering at us, Gideon lol!  lol!  lol! 
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Post by Redflag on Thu Feb 06, 2014 11:34 am

jackthelad wrote:What is wrong with the Tories they are a bunch of dishonest lying sods. As an ex miner I know how good they are at lying along with every other miner and Arthur Scargill. Margaret Thatcher lied in parliament to all the MP's during the miners strike saying there was no hit list for closing mines only 5 or 6 mines to close, lies all lies, government papers recently released to to public domain proves there was a list of over 75 pits, plus she was getting the Army involved to defeat the miners. I was on strike 12 months, so I know that strikes is not always the answer only the ballot box. Cameron said the NHS was safe in his hands, that is proving to be a lie too, you can't believe a word that comes out of their lying mouths.
 
I agree completely with what you have said jackthelad, at the moment the Tories are saying that the pensioners will be their next target, bus passes, winter fuel allowance, tv licence for over 75s, it could be in the Tory Manifesto that they will protect pensioners until they get the pensioners to vote for them, but as you know jackthelad as soon as they're in power that will be their first port of call for cuts.
 
So it is important that we that know EXACTLY what the Tories are telling the people of the UK that the Tories "Are NOWT but BARE FACED LIARS" cheers
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Post by Dan Fante on Sat Feb 08, 2014 5:35 pm

A good article here about the tube strike, etc:

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Post by Ivan on Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:52 pm

What a wonderful job Boris Johnson is doing in London! He closes fire stations and Tube ticket offices, but he thinks the super-rich – not firemen - are “a put-upon minority” who deserve knighthoods for their “heroic work”.  Rolling Eyes 
 
Now the fat lazy bastard is going out of his way to create more super-rich, as he rewards with bumper pay rises the staff who do the actual work for him. His chief of staff, Sir Edward Lister, has been given an £11,000 rise, taking his annual salary to £150,000, while adviser Neale Coleman’s pay has risen £12,000 to £145,000. Meanwhile transport chief Sir Peter Hendy blew £3,000 on taxis at public expense last year. It seems that money is no object to Boris Johnson when it’s coming from London taxpayers.
 
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Post by Redflag on Sat Feb 22, 2014 6:58 am

I have always thought of Doris as a TWAT who does not his "A**E from his Elbow", he better hope the Tory party has a safe seat for him because the is the only way he will ever get another political job. headbang 
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Post by Dan Fante on Tue Mar 11, 2014 3:25 pm

I see Bob Crow has died. Very sad news:
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Post by oftenwrong on Tue Mar 11, 2014 5:51 pm

More flooding expected in London and the South-East.

.... of Tory crocodile tears.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Redflag on Wed Mar 12, 2014 9:13 am

I agree OW but with Bob Crow dead (RIP) Doris may just get what he deserves a Union leader that will really stand on his toes and not get off until he squeals like the pig that he is.
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Post by Dan Fante on Wed Mar 12, 2014 9:21 am

I doubt he'll get a better or cleverer adversary than Bob Crow.
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Post by Redflag on Wed Mar 12, 2014 9:41 am

Dan Fante wrote:I doubt he'll get a better or cleverer adversary than Bob Crow.

You are more than likely spot on Dan Fante, all I can hope for is that Bob was training up someone to take his place because I know he wanted to leave and spend more time with his family cheers 
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Post by Dan Fante on Mon Mar 17, 2014 4:15 pm

I'm not sure why Ed Miliband felt the need to stick the "While we may not always have agreed..." caveat into his tribute (well, I am sure, but you probably catch my drift). Absolutely no need for it in my view.
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Post by oftenwrong on Mon Mar 17, 2014 5:39 pm

Whilst the Tory front-bench are busily bad-mouthing anyone who might claim to become the alternative Party Leader, Miliband and Co. would appear to have a clear field.
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Post by Redflag on Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:47 am

oftenwrong wrote:Whilst the Tory front-bench are busily bad-mouthing anyone who might claim to become the alternative Party Leader, Miliband and Co. would appear to have a clear field.  


OW the same thing will happen to Davy boy that happened to Maggie, his own kind will stick the knife into his back right between the shoulder blades, what I would like to know is will he see it coming??
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Post by Dan Fante on Tue Mar 18, 2014 9:18 am

I think he'll stand down if he loses the next election and won't have to if he wins. I really can't see a change happening before that. Unless he goes the way of Bob Crow.
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Re: Boris: "I would not shaft my brother"

Post by Phil Hornby on Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:46 am

My guess is that it will be Ed Miliband being replaced after May 2015. But by whom? 

 Even if Labour were to win outright, can we imagine the levels of sabotage to which the Tories and their friends would subject the nation? They would not go quietly.

I could see us having to endure an endless barrage of newspaper etc.propaganda until the 'unfavoured' government found it just too difficult to continue.

In short, one way or another we are stuck with a Tory- flavoured nation - at least until such time as there is a truly compelling and convincing opposition figure around whom to congregate. And say what you like, folks - Tony Blair , for all his faults - provided just that in 1997...
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