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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag The garden of England 15 Jun 22 7.18pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by BlueJay

Does anyone actually know how much we're paying Rwanda to take people off our hands, or has it not been revealed? Apologies if this is something that's common knowledge.

Bearing in mind hmg is just about to give away 17 billion to Ďpoorí people as they canít afford fuel, fags, beer and sky tv I reckon itís a tiny amount compared to that.
Oh and hmg stole 47 billion; almost forgot that one !!!

 

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View ASCPFC's Profile ASCPFC Flag Pro-Cathedral/caravan park 15 Jun 22 7.29pm Send a Private Message to ASCPFC Add ASCPFC as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

Bearing in mind hmg is just about to give away 17 billion to Ďpoorí people as they canít afford fuel, fags, beer and sky tv I reckon itís a tiny amount compared to that.
Oh and hmg stole 47 billion; almost forgot that one !!!

I thought everyone was getting money - but that the poorer get more? Is that right?

 


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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag The garden of England 15 Jun 22 7.42pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by ASCPFC

I thought everyone was getting money - but that the poorer get more? Is that right?

Not sure but the figure is what Iíve read.
If itís as you say and I really believed the needy would benefit I would give it back. Sadly itís the wants who would benefit so feck em. Beer and fags all the way

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

Bearing in mind hmg is just about to give away 17 billion to Ďpoorí people as they canít afford fuel, fags, beer and sky tv I reckon itís a tiny amount compared to that.
Oh and hmg stole 47 billion; almost forgot that one !!!

 

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BlueJay Flag UK 23 Jun 22 5.48pm

Suggestions of ignoring human rights law to push this through... you have to wonder to an extent whether this is just a stunt and a means to an ends for that, and along with it how the new 'UK Bill of Rights' how that will impact normal situations of protect and the like.

Look how eager the police are to 'politely' intimidate this protester using it (ignore that he's anti Brexit, it's irrelevant to the point and implications of the law)

If it's not going to impact protesting, why does he want a 'grown up coversation' about it.. and talk of crossing thresholds etc. The guy has a placard, he's hardly lookinf for ww3

Changes to human rights

Diminishing our right to protest

Internet censorship bill

Removing ministrial oversight for themselves

Taking over the electorial commission


I'm not even against these flights or clearly needing to do something in this area, but at the same time I think we should beware of stunts that may be used to push through other changes or get the public onside under false pretenses


Edited by BlueJay (23 Jun 2022 5.54pm)

 

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View Hrolf The Ganger's Profile Hrolf The Ganger Flag 23 Jun 22 6.14pm Send a Private Message to Hrolf The Ganger Add Hrolf The Ganger as a friend

Originally posted by BlueJay

Suggestions of ignoring human rights law to push this through... you have to wonder to an extent whether this is just a stunt and a means to an ends for that, and along with it how the new 'UK Bill of Rights' how that will impact normal situations of protect and the like.

Look how eager the police are to 'politely' intimidate this protester using it (ignore that he's anti Brexit, it's irrelevant to the point and implications of the law)

If it's not going to impact protesting, why does he want a 'grown up coversation' about it.. and talk of crossing thresholds etc. The guy has a placard, he's hardly lookinf for ww3

Changes to human rights

Diminishing our right to protest

Internet censorship bill

Removing ministrial oversight for themselves

Taking over the electorial commission


I'm not even against these flights or clearly needing to do something in this area, but at the same time I think we should beware of stunts that may be used to push through other changes or get the public onside under false pretenses


Edited by BlueJay (23 Jun 2022 5.54pm)

It is a concern, but some protesting needs to be restricted. Some of these far Leftist idiots and middle class spoilt rich kids have brought this down on all of us.

Of course, the Right have been subjected to disproportionate intimidation and censorship for a long time.

The internet bill is far more worrying. Yes, loons have to be silenced when they incite violence by free speech must prevail.

 

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BlueJay Flag UK 23 Jun 22 6.25pm

Originally posted by Hrolf The Ganger

It is a concern, but some protesting needs to be restricted. Some of these far Leftist idiots and middle class spoilt rich kids have brought this down on all of us.

Of course, the Right have been subjected to disproportionate intimidation and censorship for a long time.

The internet bill is far more worrying. Yes, loons have to be silenced when they incite violence by free speech must prevail.

I certainly don't disagree that there can be protest that disrupts to the extent that understeps the mark. I just wonder if being that one man with placards is someone who needs a 'polite word', how likely they are to clamp down on anything and everything that goes against the government line. Thew wording of this bill is vague enough to make it very subjective, which is always a worry and likely intentional.


 

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