Boris - The Prime Minister

First thoughts on PMBoris, will he make a difference?


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Daz

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That pinko Andrew Neil at it as well

As if Brillo was going to get a Party from the BBC! They may have been partying after he left.
 
Surely that’s because nobody at the BBC liked Brillo?!

What was the name of his ex- that chopped out the crutch on all his trousers? Memory's not what it was but it was the Eye that published it when they really, really had it in for him. Think it was while Peter Cook still published the odd thing: mid to late 80s?
 
Not to worry, the countries best lawyer is on the case with a law suit against the Met for another bite at the cherry.
Try not to shiit your pants when this is thrown out at court too.

Joylon makes me giggle.
The kimono (his Wife's) wearing, fox clubbing Lawyer who has conned gullible fools out of £Millions.
 
Oh you’ve taken time off from whatever you do where you are to comment on my Regiment!

You need to check your facts because you are demonstrating just how little you know about the Regiment I was privileged and honoured to be a member of.

Some morons can’t get the simplest things right. Presumably, that’s why you live in Hungary. How is the would be dictatorship and Russian sycophancy these days.

You still a big fan?

He strikes me as an Orban fan.
 
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Dread

LE
Oh you’ve taken time off from whatever you do where you are to comment on my Regiment!

You need to check your facts because you are demonstrating just how little you know about the Regiment I was privileged and honoured to be a member of.

Some morons can’t get the simplest things right. Presumably, that’s why you live in Hungary. How is the would be dictatorship and Russian sycophancy these days.

You still a big fan?

"Dictatorship"? As you're a socialist, I know that you don't understand (or tolerate) free and fair elections, but Hungary just had its elections, declared completely free and fair, and without fraud, by the +1,000 international observers present throughout the country (including teams from the EU and other Orban hating entities). Orban won with a massive majority. I guess you've missed the bit about Hungary providing a massive amount of aid to Ukraine, as well as accepting over 600,000 refugees? Funnily enough I can't find any posts from you screaming at the Germans for promising a lot, but actually delivering zero armoured vehicles to Ua, or for Italy, France, and Germany purposefully watering-down the energy sanctions against Russia. Must be a problem with the search function.

Back to Hungary. I guess the people just looked at the "rainbow coalition" that included the socialists and the (openly) fascist Jobbik party and decided that the retards they put up for candidates weren't fit for office. The leader of the opposition, Peter Marki-Zay, only got into parliament thanks to the 'party lists'/proportional representation formula: he was roundly trounced in the seat he stood for. Who would have thought that the people wouldn't like the opposition's plan to accept over 100,000 economic migrants from Africa each year (into a country with less than 9.8 million people)? The Hungarians are very welcoming of LGBTQ people (all enjoy equal protection under law, and generally fare as good as anyone), but they look askance at the libtards in the USA and UK: that level of self-hating bullshít isn't wanted here.

Life in Hungary is actually very good (apart from the EU wide inflation which is a bit annoying): unemployment is below 4%, wages are growing and taxes remain low (income tax 16%, corporate tax 9%, etc.). Petrol is "cheap" as well: GBP 1.20 per litre and though we're now into summer, the gas prices haven't risen for a couple of years. I've just had a tax rebate of GBP 17,000 which is nice: the NAV (the taxman) sent me an email 2 weeks ago telling me they had listed their auto-generated tax return for me on the government portal, and I had 30 days to upload documentation if I didn't agree with it. I signed my approval electronically and eight days later the money dropped into my account. Sweet.

And you know what? Neither I, nor any member of my Regiment(s) have seen fit to murder a tour guide yet. Isn't that amazing? It must be hard for you, knowing that the RGJ, the spawn of the merger of several famous regiments, was merely a second-tier infantry mob: no better than any of the other county regiments, equal to the scouse Kingo regiment.
 

rgjbloke

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"Dictatorship"? As you're a socialist, I know that you don't understand (or tolerate) free and fair elections, but Hungary just had its elections, declared completely free and fair, and without fraud, by the +1,000 international observers present throughout the country (including teams from the EU and other Orban hating entities). Orban won with a massive majority. I guess you've missed the bit about Hungary providing a massive amount of aid to Ukraine, as well as accepting over 600,000 refugees? Funnily enough I can't find any posts from you screaming at the Germans for promising a lot, but actually delivering zero armoured vehicles to Ua, or for Italy, France, and Germany purposefully watering-down the energy sanctions against Russia. Must be a problem with the search function.

Back to Hungary. I guess the people just looked at the "rainbow coalition" that included the socialists and the (openly) fascist Jobbik party and decided that the retards they put up for candidates weren't fit for office. The leader of the opposition, Peter Marki-Zay, only got into parliament thanks to the 'party lists'/proportional representation formula: he was roundly trounced in the seat he stood for. Who would have thought that the people wouldn't like the opposition's plan to accept over 100,000 economic migrants from Africa each year (into a country with less than 9.8 million people)? The Hungarians are very welcoming of LGBTQ people (all enjoy equal protection under law, and generally fare as good as anyone), but they look askance at the libtards in the USA and UK: that level of self-hating bullshít isn't wanted here.

Life in Hungary is actually very good (apart from the EU wide inflation which is a bit annoying): unemployment is below 4%, wages are growing and taxes remain low (income tax 16%, corporate tax 9%, etc.). Petrol is "cheap" as well: GBP 1.20 per litre and though we're now into summer, the gas prices haven't risen for a couple of years. I've just had a tax rebate of GBP 17,000 which is nice: the NAV (the taxman) sent me an email 2 weeks ago telling me they had listed their auto-generated tax return for me on the government portal, and I had 30 days to upload documentation if I didn't agree with it. I signed my approval electronically and eight days later the money dropped into my account. Sweet.

And you know what? Neither I, nor any member of my Regiment(s) have seen fit to murder a tour guide yet. Isn't that amazing? It must be hard for you, knowing that the RGJ, the spawn of the merger of several famous regiments, was merely a second-tier infantry mob: no better than any of the other county regiments, equal to the scouse Kingo regiment.
If Hungary is so cool and egalitarian, how come you live there? From your right wing ramblings on here, that‘s certainly not your cup of tea!

The Railway Tavern in East London on the 28th which is this Saturday is holding a re-union for RGJ veterans who live in London. I’ve put you down as guest of honour on the list. It starts at 7.30pm. Don’t be late. The lads want to buy you a drink!
 
And you know what? Neither I, nor any member of my Regiment(s) have seen fit to murder a tour guide yet. Isn't that amazing? It must be hard for you, knowing that the RGJ, the spawn of the merger of several famous regiments, was merely a second-tier infantry mob: no better than any of the other county regiments, equal to the scouse Kingo regiment.
Oi, Oi.

As an ex Kingo (for a while), and reluctant scouser I'm offended by that comparison thank you very much
 

Dread

LE
If Hungary is so cool and egalitarian, how come you live there? From your right wing ramblings on here, that‘s certainly not your cup of tea!

The Railway Tavern in East London on the 28th which is this Saturday is holding a re-union for RGJ veterans who live in London. I’ve put you down as guest of honour on the list. It starts at 7.30pm. Don’t be late. The lads want to buy you a drink!

I would, but on Saturdays I like to wear a blonde wig and a dress, and you dull cünts would get all excited and fire up the moke and try and take me round the back of a petrol station.
 

rgjbloke

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I would, but on Saturdays I like to wear a blonde wig and a dress, and you dull cünts would get all excited and fire up the moke and try and take me round the back of a petrol station.
In your instance, I wouldn’t rely on having to dress up in a wig and a dress for that to happen.
 
No leaving party because they celebrated after you had gone.
They're talking about Andrew, not you. BBC had quite a tight lockdown, not parties much reduced on site presence and full social distancing for those allowed on.
 
I see the let's talk about anything other than Boris crowd have kicked off....
 

Daz

LE
whats that got to do with the Labour Party?
The Unions are/were their paymasters, those who control the purse strings control the party etc .....not to mention it was the TUC who set the party up in the first place
 
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