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Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by Deleted member 33931, Sep 6, 2017.

  1. the lowest earners most" she says.

    Q - when did the Tories under May ever give a holy s*** about the lowest earners?


    Oh, and there is NO evidence to suggest that immigrants take jobs away from Brits. Unless you are talking Premier League footballers...

    My gawd - them Tories really do have the bigoted poor in their palms.
  2. fillyboy

    fillyboy Screwfix Select

    Please don't take this as an insult because it's not meant to be. I genuinely believe you have some mental health issues and should seek help before it's too late.
    I'm putting you on 'ignore' with immediate effect because it saddens me to read your bile every day.
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  3. (Damn - Filly didn't see that... )
  4. I see it's the May's new mantra (having shelved 'Strong & Stable' - I really miss that one - it really made me smile).

    All her ministers have now been programmed - er - told to now say "It's the lowest paid that it'll hurt most..."

    As if they give a damn.

    In the impossibly unlikely event that May and her right-wing bunch get the Brexit they want, look out for: a reduction in employer rights (and human rights for that matter) coupled with a withdrawal of unemployment benefits, a forcing of the weakest and most incapable in our society to do jobs they simply are not capable of doing properly - followed by sackings and a further withdrawal of benefits when the inevitable happens, a staggering fall in the quality of our services and customer relations...

    Even the u-s on here will be begging for some more 'grants to come and help us.

  5. A quick look at our housing conditions, welfare and health (slums) around the 30's and lack of money for food and similar, reminds me pretty much of where are headed if not already there. But it is ok, Brexit will help :eek:

    We are all in it together. Just some are further in it than others!
  6. The irony of keeping the poor badly paid (living standards, not wages specifically), hurts their business interests long term because the workers cant afford to buy.

    But the real wealth is above that level, and so is the attitude.

    Surprising how many want a return to the days of doffing their caps and saying thank you for being allowed the crust of bread and stale water, and the house with running water, running all through it :D
  7. fillyboy

    fillyboy Screwfix Select

    Billions have been spent on the decent homes programme, don't tell me the 'bigoted poor' have trashed them all already.

  8. Dr Bodgit

    Dr Bodgit Super Member

    Hope you're not turning into a Neo-Marxist DA :p
  9. So, you are happy with the housing stock and the affordability of houses in general I guess?

    I was commenting about the condition of rented houses, we all see them often, probably daily, and you know how well they are maintained!

    How often do you get, " just do the minimum required, nothing more"!
  10. longboat

    longboat Screwfix Select

    He'd willingly nail himself to a cross and become nourishment for the crow's rather than vote Tory.
    I think Corbys getting to him.

    Voting Lib-dumbs didn't work.
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  11. fillyboy

    fillyboy Screwfix Select

    Forget the crows, I'd like to see him fed to the 'bigoted poor'. What a phrase, what a man, what a nob.
    longboat likes this.
  12. longboat

    longboat Screwfix Select

    What to do with the lowest earners?
    Kind words?
    Give them free stuff, so they're not the lowest earners?
    Hang on, then they'll be others earning less than them?....

    I know.
    Lets give everyone the same.

    Not everyone, mind you.
    Wink, wink.
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  13. fillyboy

    fillyboy Screwfix Select

    Longs, are you suggesting 'Ignored Member' is a Cider Socialist?
  14. longboat

    longboat Screwfix Select

    You can guarantee he'll comment with something like, "you missed the irony in that, filly".
    Sorry, "rony".

    Could you class his over abundent use of irony as ironic?

    I guess, he, would?
  15. longboat

    longboat Screwfix Select

    Show some respect, man.
    He was once a teacher.
  16. joinerjohn1

    joinerjohn1 Screwfix Select

    You like fishing DA, I'll give you that. ;);)
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  17. I like catching them even more. :)

    Oh, the 'ron...
  18. Anyhoo, I don't like Corbyn, and I voted Tory at the last election. Both are true.

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