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How much have I alone invested in this institution, it runs to thousands, many thousands. It would be good if we could raise money on it to deflect some of that carnage inflicted on the disabled, or call me old fashioned paid out a divi to its subscribers. The BBC is it seems overdue. Its news wing is utterly inadequate, it fails even to aspire to CNN standards let alone those of Unbiased Journalism. If it must be allowed to continue it should be at the price of embedded political officers.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2011 on Cameron proves he's a winner at thetorydiary
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Classical values expressed in Compassionate Conservatism, Boris is our truly great leader in the wings, our potential Latter day saviour in a crisis. Of course he must stay at London for a considerable time yet, we have a first rate dancer centre stage for now.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2011 on Boris: independent Conservative at thetorydiary
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He would not have made a good chacellor I suspect, to attracted to easy money and inflationary stupidity. Having decided he must go, how do we pressure the leader to get it done. It should look exactly like an execution to the public to signal a certain resolve, a stiffening of lip.
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How can you dislike Boris? Everyone loves Boris ;-) I Imagine that you also would have supported The Militant Tendancy in Liverpool.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2011 on Boris: independent Conservative at thetorydiary
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Really what has Cable ever done? He was briefly a national treasure, when he put Brown (his long time friend) in his place. The famous Stalin to Mr Bean comment turned him overnight from wrinkled worthy to national stand up. As we have seen his acid tongue simply cannot be controlled, even it seems when the National interest dictates every man should do his duty. He is a liability that D.C. should have the guts to send packing. I suspect that Cable would only briefly rejoin the limp-dims backbench before crossing the floor in an undignified hissy fit.
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I have been posting once or twice a day, for some time again, but not at my old rate (too busy). Thanks though! I feel personally that we should move further towards a completely elected upper chamber, with the hereditary peerages phased out. Of course your right that the parties will choose the candidates, and many of them will be the pensioners of the PCP and PLP.
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May 8, 2011
Scotland may well eventually become a province of New Rome rather than the UK. If that is the case we can at last concentrate on being English. "Salty Salmon Solomon Seal, Soulmender Salamander Soul of Man Salar Salmon Semen SalMundi Solver of the Mystery - WoW!" Quoting Hillage. The Empire is irresistible, we must decide what role we are going to play.
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I wonder, if that is true. The simple fact is that the bloodbath proper only started in April, and the real testing period is still to come. I feel that the summer of 2012 will be a hot sticky and nasty one...but I may simply be over pessimistic.
Toggle Commented May 7, 2011 on Cameron proves he's a winner at thetorydiary
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Ha! When did Americans ever pay tax? No this is printed money, so its best spent far away from the US. I am 100% behind this push to spread money around and kill the great Firewall as well.
Frankly Christian democrats are 100% behind this push. As it is clear that IT has been at great leveller of people in the west. There are so many good reasons why we should support this initiative. There is so much at stake for those deprived of the right of online free association. Its not just about music, its a about religious freedom and a mass of other important rights denied to the people stuck behind the great firewall of china. If the US has the means then we of course must support this. As Conservative we support meritocracy, and the internet has been for many people the way to get themselves recognised and in the face of the public.
”However having seen a registered disabled man easily exercise his dogs whilst only carrying his walking stick and abusing the use of his motability car by giving it to his son to use I do believe that the benefit system needs better policing.” I agree and in this respect we need to make the reporting of such concerns a lot less difficult. This applies to both benefit and Tax avoidance, which often go hand in hand. Simply put we need an effective reporting system. Of course it may well be that we have gotten the wrong end of the stick it some cases. However I have been told of similar cases that have been reported but which have it seems, never been investigated.
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without predetermined quota's! Is what I intended to say.
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Indeed Tony a very cynical exercise that has resulted in 2 out of 3 cases being reinstated on appeal. I agree with outing lead swinging, but we must apply the law fairly and without predetermined. I know a man who was put through a “living hell” Despite the attempted intervention of the local health service. Clinical depression is not the same as “depression” and only a very foolish person would imagine a clinically depressed person is “doing it to avoid work”. Of course we must be firm and not allow people to take what is not theirs, as they rob those who really need. Lets demonstrate we are indeed better. I do note that our checks are to done by doctors we will have to see how this works out and I will be active in this area as it is one I am very concerned about. DLA is not IB and we should continue to support our parties excellent reform which has brought so much help to so many deserving people.
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"Producing a bank statement should be enough." In most cases that is I agree more than enough. However we do have to guard against cynical abuse of the system. Even some over 65 are willing it seems to manipulate the system for all it is worth. £250.00 a week average of course reveals just how many people are lucky enough to have good pension provision. in my opinion such people who are in the £500.00 p.w pension band, have little need for payments designed to help the poorer and less lucky many. Clearly means testing is unpopular and many would say un-Conservative in nature, and I would love to agree. However Labour have spent and over spent all of our treasure and then borrowed as much as possible and charged that to all future governments. In the circumstances I see means testing increasing rather than getting less prevalent at least until we have sorted out our national finances.
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Well mark, I understand what you are saying and it has to be said that even today a very few Unionists and Republicans, are disserving of exactly this kind of critical response. Saying that there has been some real progress in Northern Ireland I would hope that you as I do, recognise this fact. It is clear to me that it will take many years for the situation to reach a balanced and fair settlement that truly benefits all sides. We are The Conservative and Unionist party, and long may that mark us out as different, for Nu-labour. Many Unionist politicians are good and honest folk, doing their very best to communicate to their local people. We should recognise that NI is different but essential to the UK and take a lot of the rhetoric with a big pinch of salt.
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:-) Good point...
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Rather you heard but did not understand!!The notion of Collusion does not come into this. Next you will be claiming that the Privy Council “would like a hung parliament” Such views are of course expressible this being a democratic nation, however your interpretation is bonkers unworthy of an intelligent person.
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I believe the plan is to hold the waste at the site. This is a very sensible plan after 60 yrs it will be far safer to move. The financial cost of building these facilities is simply massive so I imagine that it will require government as well as private money to get these projects up and running. The fact is despite years of “good times” Labour did not have the common sense to listen to all of the cries and shoats from deeply concerned individuals who like myself could see the writing on the wall and thought Labours torpor insanity. Yes Nuclear is just part of the answer but unless anyone can come up with a clean fuel that can out perform Nuclear and which is a technology we can get up and running relativly quickly, we have little option but to go with what we know will work and build a number of new modern and safe reactors. Finally but far to late the essentially good Nation of Great Britain is starting to wake up to the massive scale of Blair’s legacy. Blair’s Glamour was a class act, but it was just that an act. His party was full of greedy and dishonest people, simply out to feather their own nests. We had the disgraceful sceptical of Baroness Scotland , holding on to her position despite breaking her own laws and we had greedy MP’s fiddling expenses in a free for at my and your expense. Labour are the party of high unemployment and it is far to late for them to pull out of the nose dive they are in. Frankly the sooner we take hold of the State which we alone seem able to run properly, the sooner we can all sleep a little more soundly in our beds.
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He has a very clear charisma but one has to wonder at his motives. A palace here and a palace there and far to much money. I believe the man is something rather dangerous that’s the simple fact of the matter. If we look closely at his type we see a worrying trend. He seems willing to snatch power, from the people without any attempt at justifying his power grab. Labour also did this with the banks. Frankly I smell a rat.
Toggle Commented Nov 1, 2009 on RE: Vote Blair for President! at CentreRight
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Again this a good set of proposals, but wait for the critics to stone them to death, if we want to be honest and yet we also want to take the party with us there is going to have to be some compromises. One thing I would like to see is a crackdown on the ridiculous tax avoidances that hide to much money in “offshore” Havens.
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Lets also add that Helena views are rather obnoxious in this modern time. There are some aspects I agree with but I believe she misread race as many did in that bygone period. Her mistake was common even the early Mormons had a very unbalanced view of themselves. The English at that time were torn by misguided race hatred imagining that the only possible way was their own sweet one. Crowley often comes across as a Jew hater but that like so many of his other affectations was more of a cover than a reality although I believe he made Dr Israel’s Regardes life a misery at times. Crowley was often unpleasant and frequently wrong. However his holy books and his methods do contain a system that works for many folk. I tended to read his words with caution and avoided most Magick’s like the plague. It being a matter rather of delving deeply into ones and humanities subconscious , for the key to the temple. I do believe we are heading in the age of giants and this is confirmed by observation of the public and its improved nutrition. As for the battle between Ice and Fire this seems also to be part and parcel of the truth. Clearly we are not sat inside a ball of rock or on a flat earth, but such views held a lot of sway once. Racism is not an acceptable stance in this day and age. The Race for the winning line, however is a definition of a reality which is self evidently divine in origin. It is my belief that rather than one tree of life this space time contains three One is visible and two are at odds to it, this neat discovery (as it seems to hold water) helps to explain in mystical terms the discoveries of dark matter and energy. As I have already noted there is no possible root to malakuth through daath, we simple end up here again, the only root out being through Tipereth (the heart) and in Anglo Catholic terms the Christ. We have made the mistake over and over again of trying to appease death, without any real progress. The great religions of the world believe in a coming leader who will lead them to a new earth, that seems highly probable and a highly exciting prospect however first there is the little matter of achieving a peace in Israel and the rebuilding of the temple.
Toggle Commented Nov 1, 2009 on 101 Great Philosophers at CentreRight
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HIs list was BS though any fool with field experience could see that it was a~ List hardly useful dishonest and full of basic errors. Drugs ,do not classify well according to simple lists. A better system would have at least 11 class’s classified against a table of types. LSD as an example is horrendously dangerous whilst many currently available drugs did not feature at all. Of course we are only being presented with this list for a reason and that reason is as old as the Hills ____}
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Somebody I talked to about this said: Tax aviation fuel, yes but it will still mean people having to pay the price. “Air travel is a luxury and not even a necessity, or really essential or summit” So raise a tax against the bugger who can afford the luxury and don’t imagine it will be cheap neither…”Planes are like for weedlings, who are not able to fly, by their own efforts” Once we have reduced air travel to sensible proportions its like better or something, four the air and isn’t it?
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He is a Lord so of course he is part of that Body, Labour havn't got a clue. אַשְׁרֵי הָאִישׁ-- אֲשֶׁר לֹא הָלַךְ, בַּעֲצַת רְשָׁעִים; וּבְדֶרֶךְ חַטָּאִים, לֹא עָמָד, וּבְמוֹשַׁב לֵצִים, לֹא יָשָׁב.
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