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    The labour conference and its rif raf delegates.

    The Labour party conference ended, as it is customary, with the leader of the party speech. The revelation came at the very beginning when the leader thanked the “fantastic” deputy leader Horrid Harman, for her indispensable help in running the party. This action, inevitably, came across as a total aloofness of what is wrong in the party ranks. The deputy leader was described by one of her peers as a “feminazi in government”, making her a massive block of ballast that drags the party fortunes to its lowest ratings in the pools. Fortunately, the flattering lasted short enough not to annoy everyone.
    As the leader got on with his speech, a sense of an emotional, fifties personal charisma, reminiscent of Humphrey Bogart’s noirish existentialism movies, began to show. Indeed parts of his speech amount to no more than an inciting,languid, set script lines taken from a Bogart-Bacall 1944’s movie titled “To have and have not”.



    For the conference delegates they would be the Ed-Harriet duo.



    The statement made to reassure the audience that he isn’t someone else and quote “Iam not Tony Blair”, is a poor attempt at convincing the party supporters of his convictions and impetus as a leader.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-15080860
    It transpires from this statement the leader’s fears of not being taken seriously,and that fear is not a trait found in successful leaders. In fact he’s far removed from being a fearless radical leader. This is followed, obviously, by the reassurance “I am my own man” as if to stop everyone from falling into a terminal depression.
    The labour party badly needs a god-like, thunderous leader who will get all those delegates in fit form from the “rif raf” lot they appear to be at the moment. As it stands at present, they are in no danger of having to take command of the country for the foreseeable future.

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    Re: The labour conference and its rif raf delegates.

    Labour betrayed all that it stood for and took Britain to the edge of totalitarianism with ID cards and centralisation of data. Every sphere of life was regulated under them,. Thank god they were booted out, but alas the tories are not repealling the laws passed by labour in relation to men and family policy.

    I used to vote labour (1980s, I left the UK in 1990), but as I spent the last 18 months in the UK, I even found that the Conservatives were a bit too left wing for my liking!

    Maybe I am becoming an old fart ! (-:
    The greatest enemy of the truth is very often not the deliberate lie - but the persistent, persuasive and unrealistic myth that the lie creates

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    Re: The labour conference and its rif raf delegates.

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    Labour betrayed all that it stood for and took Britain to the edge of totalitarianism with ID cards and centralisation of data. Every sphere of life was regulated under them,. Thank god they were booted out, but alas the tories are not repealling the laws passed by labour in relation to men and family policy.

    I used to vote labour (1980s, I left the UK in 1990), but as I spent the last 18 months in the UK, I even found that the Conservatives were a bit too left wing for my liking!

    Maybe I am becoming an old fart ! (-:
    As one old fart to another, Richard, I think you have nailed it. There is no political party in the UK that gives a damn about men or a fair family policy. We have just swopped one bunch of misandrists for another.

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    Yeah Paul. But I just dont get it how the Conservatives praise "family values" and then when they get into power do nothing about it. Its not as though giving fathers more rights, or fighting for geniune equality will cost the budget anything.Similarly with the Christain church "honour thy mother and thy father" - complete bollocks, the church turns its back on putting meaning into such words and so they become empty and then the church wonders why nobody believes anymore. It seems to me the only people who honur their religion are the Mulisms, and to be honest, while I a tradtional white male, all the Muslims I have met and done business with have been pretty good.
    The greatest enemy of the truth is very often not the deliberate lie - but the persistent, persuasive and unrealistic myth that the lie creates

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    Yeah Paul. But I just dont get it how the Conservatives praise "family values" and then when they get into power do nothing about it. Its not as though giving fathers more rights, or fighting for geniune equality will cost the budget anything.Similarly with the Christain church "honour thy mother and thy father" - complete bollocks, the church turns its back on putting meaning into such words and so they become empty and then the church wonders why nobody believes anymore. It seems to me the only people who honur their religion are the Mulisms, and to be honest, while I a tradtional white male, all the Muslims I have met and done business with have been pretty good.
    I believe the question of a muslim prime minister in the UK. is not "if" but "when" will it happen. Only a generation ago nobody believed the USA will have a president of african origin. Just look at them today!
    In the UK. family life is being axed bit by bit off. When there's nothing left (probably in a generation or maybe two) a religion with the strongest faith will fill the void. At the moment it seems the muslim will move in to rule the roost.
    Unless a serious effort to roll back the constant erosion of catholic community cohesion takes place.

    **SAVE THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY**

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