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Posted By: devil

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  • Mrs May, who is in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for a G20 summit of world leaders, accused Labour of having no alternative plan.
(BBC)
Nor has she. In fact, her 500-odd page 'plan' is not a plan but a manifesto, largely wishful thinking. So both major parties are whistling in the dark.



Posted By: Kwacka

There has only ever been one plan: "Oh, s**t! What can we get off the EU when we leave?"

Posted By: Woodrow Why?at

Reckon Black Adder's Baldrick would have a better 'plan' than that of May, or indeed any of the rest of the Tory Brexiteers........combined!! 8)

Posted By: 2diffs

I am sorry for Theresa May, did she instigate Brexit? No! Who did..... Who put it under way thinking he was God's gift to Westminster? The man's name was Cameroon; aided and abetted by a few other diddle fks who should have known better. They thought that being superior Oxbridge, Harrow and Harrods beings, they were qualified to manipulate the public by giving a dumbed down version of what they thought was never going to happen. And what is the alternative? Another bunch of diddle fks with revolutionary tendencies and a grand fairy tale agenda, in which every solution they imagine will fix itself; because a stand in leader guy with a beard thinks that socialism, with a big C and the same ism will work. (Cos it says it in his little, well thumbed, red book written by another guy with a beard.) The trouble is, the current little C's have failed to grasp the real meaning of revolution...... they want a bloodless coup with none of the nasty ramifications because they have jelly in their boots, a fear of the Court of the Hague a nice pension scheme and a 10.30 to 5 mentality. They might as well get out their pipe and slippers, a bottle of stout and turn on Corrie because in the end we have no credible alternative.

Posted By: mouse

  • 2diffs wrote:
    I am sorry for Theresa May, did she instigate Brexit? No!
    Who did.....
    Who put it under way thinking he was God's gift to Westminster?
    The man's name was Cameroon; aided and abetted by a few other diddle fks who should have known better. They thought that being superior Oxbridge, Harrow and Harrods beings, they were qualified to manipulate the public by giving a dumbed down version of what they thought was never going to happen.
    And what is the alternative?
    Another bunch of diddle fks with revolutionary tendencies and a grand fairy tale agenda, in which every solution they imagine will fix itself; because a stand in leader guy with a beard thinks that socialism, with a big C and the same ism will work. (Cos it says it in his little, well thumbed, red book written by another guy with a beard.)
    The trouble is, the current little C's have failed to grasp the real meaning of revolution...... they want a bloodless coup with none of the nasty ramifications because they have jelly in their boots, a fear of the Court of the Hague a nice pension scheme and a 10.30 to 5 mentality.
    They might as well get out their pipe and slippers, a bottle of stout and turn on Corrie because in the end we have no credible alternative.

Good scenario, but what about all the turncoats in her own party, are they little C's as well.

Posted By: 2diffs

  • mouse wrote:
    • 2diffs wrote:
      I am sorry for Theresa May, did she instigate Brexit? No!
      Who did.....
      Who put it under way thinking he was God's gift to Westminster?
      The man's name was Cameroon; aided and abetted by a few other diddle fks who should have known better. They thought that being superior Oxbridge, Harrow and Harrods beings, they were qualified to manipulate the public by giving a dumbed down version of what they thought was never going to happen.
      And what is the alternative?
      Another bunch of diddle fks with revolutionary tendencies and a grand fairy tale agenda, in which every solution they imagine will fix itself; because a stand in leader guy with a beard thinks that socialism, with a big C and the same ism will work. (Cos it says it in his little, well thumbed, red book written by another guy with a beard.)
      The trouble is, the current little C's have failed to grasp the real meaning of revolution...... they want a bloodless coup with none of the nasty ramifications because they have jelly in their boots, a fear of the Court of the Hague a nice pension scheme and a 10.30 to 5 mentality.
      They might as well get out their pipe and slippers, a bottle of stout and turn on Corrie because in the end we have no credible alternative.

    Good scenario, but what about all the turncoats in her own party, are they little C's as well.

No they are the biggest C's of the lot, but it is a shorter expression.

Posted By: mouse

  • 2diffs wrote:
    • mouse wrote:
      • 2diffs wrote:
        I am sorry for Theresa May, did she instigate Brexit? No!
        Who did.....
        Who put it under way thinking he was God's gift to Westminster?
        The man's name was Cameroon; aided and abetted by a few other diddle fks who should have known better. They thought that being superior Oxbridge, Harrow and Harrods beings, they were qualified to manipulate the public by giving a dumbed down version of what they thought was never going to happen.
        And what is the alternative?
        Another bunch of diddle fks with revolutionary tendencies and a grand fairy tale agenda, in which every solution they imagine will fix itself; because a stand in leader guy with a beard thinks that socialism, with a big C and the same ism will work. (Cos it says it in his little, well thumbed, red book written by another guy with a beard.)
        The trouble is, the current little C's have failed to grasp the real meaning of revolution...... they want a bloodless coup with none of the nasty ramifications because they have jelly in their boots, a fear of the Court of the Hague a nice pension scheme and a 10.30 to 5 mentality.
        They might as well get out their pipe and slippers, a bottle of stout and turn on Corrie because in the end we have no credible alternative.

      Good scenario, but what about all the turncoats in her own party, are they little C's as well.

    No they are the biggest C's of the lot, but it is a shorter expression.

:lol:
But still didn't really answer the question. :wink:


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