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Btexit Party will change the 2 party system

Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by johnnyT, Apr 12, 2019.

  1. 1991

    1991 Registered User

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    this and the police escorting muslim mob throwing bricks at kids and women in oldham, the liberal estabalishment fully melted dwn this election, they have endorsed supported and ecouraged poitical violence and attempting to silence and deny political discourse. remember this when the bullets start flying at them, they asked for it, they deserve it
     
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    left wing snowflakes not realising their own hypocrisy. Shouting at soubry, throwing eggs at corbyn is not ok, but throwing a milkshake at a man they disagree with is acceptable and even funny. We all know that could have been a corrosive chemical, i don't think we should be encouraging attacks of these sorts over here, with the acid attacks we have been having trouble with.

    Politicians should be able to campaign without being threatened or pelted, regardless of political view. Mind you, looking at the man, he hasn't wasted too many milkshakes in his lifetime.
     
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    Faustus 94% Deplatformed.

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    Farage and others are acting like snowflakes themselves now. He's fast enough to see the trend for anti-politics and protest parties at the moment yet still tries to take the tried-and-failed high ground route crying victimhood in an environment where it's pointless to do so.

    The other side has spent most of yesterday across the media giving lengthy rationalisations why there's nothing wrong with throwing milkshakes at Farage and other people they don't like or that it's just a bit of a laugh, not actual violence. In the present environment where they take that approach, f*** taking the moral high ground because no-ones buying it. Join in doing it and when they complain turn all their justifications and rationalisations back on them and make them either look like blatant hypocrites, accept it as the new normal or stop doing it and putting excuses in the mouths of their opponents when they do it too.

    Time to let the milkshakes fly and give some prominent Remainers as good as they give.
     
  4. RedDevilsShinja

    RedDevilsShinja End Forced Debt + Fiat. Return to Gold

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    A Milkshake today and acid attack tomorrow. It's disgusting and getting totally out of hand.
     
  5. BoroWill

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    Starting to sound like snowflakes lads :whistle
     
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    It was a nice milkshake though, none of your Mcdonalds/KFC crap.
     
  7. zippy

    zippy The friendly Fascist

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    Not to mention extremely childish. Why didn't he just belt the c#nt who chucked it ? I was never a fan of Prescott but he grew in my estimation when he punched that twat who chucked an egg at him.
     
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    Police moved in pretty quick, not sure he would've had chance really.
     
  9. Andy SFC

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    Not sure posh Nigel is much of a scrapper, weak shoulders
     
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    For the record I do not support throwing milkshakes at politicians, even idiots like Farage, but it is the divisive rhetoric from people like Farage that has lead to this in the first place. He should come out and try to calm the situation, and acknowledge he has contributed to the situation we are in now.
     
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    I immediately thought of this

     
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    I’d end up gripping the cup too hard, spilling it over myself.
     
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    They have already done worse. We have seen remain politicians intimidated by a gang of goons, including a middle aged woman (Soubry), Corbyn was punch in the head in the name of Brexit, and a prominent Remain, Jo Cox, was stabbed to death back in 2016.

    This is the time to calm the situation down, not use someone throwing a milkshake as an excuse to escalate this even further. Farage needs to take his share of the blame for all this too.
     
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    No, actually, that's fine. :whistle



    On a more serious note, politics has deeply divided this country, and if all it's resulted in is a few eggs, a bit of shouting, and a few milkshakes then we've done well. It's if it escalates to someone actually being hurt, or worse, killed (Jo Cox anyone?), Farage and Yaxley-Lennon getting milkshaked can only be good for the country imo, better than knives, guns, acid etc.
     
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    If somebody throws a milkshake they should be shot?

    OK...
     
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    :laugh: what a ****ing moron you are.
     
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    The obvious next step.
     
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    RedDevilsShinja End Forced Debt + Fiat. Return to Gold

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    Glad you agree
     
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    I do. It was awful that time when a politician was egged then the very next day he had a live grenade thrown at him.
     
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    Stop being facetious. It's not about a milkshake or deserving reprecussions but as I already explained the constant silencing of dissenting opinion, legitimizing and encouraging intimidation tactics, yes escalation is natural in this political climate and will happen.
     

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