England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

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England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by West Chester » Thu May 21, 2009 11:20 am

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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by ditchdoc » Thu May 21, 2009 6:39 pm

Very eloquent. But, we only got one side of the argument. I bet that's not on you tube. And somehow I don't think the problems mentioned are entirely the fault of the PM. It is a democratic country after all, with parliament having as much to say and as much responsibility as the PM. Just wondering.
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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by Plow » Thu May 21, 2009 6:59 pm

ditchdoc wrote:Very eloquent. But, we only got one side of the argument. I bet that's not on you tube. And somehow I don't think the problems mentioned are entirely the fault of the PM. It is a democratic country after all, with parliament having as much to say and as much responsibility as the PM. Just wondering.
So youtube is censoring left wing babble? You missed the point again doc.
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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by LTD » Thu May 21, 2009 9:35 pm

Plow wrote:
ditchdoc wrote:Very eloquent. But, we only got one side of the argument. I bet that's not on you tube. And somehow I don't think the problems mentioned are entirely the fault of the PM. It is a democratic country after all, with parliament having as much to say and as much responsibility as the PM. Just wondering.
So youtube is censoring left wing babble? You missed the point again doc.
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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by Upsetter » Thu May 21, 2009 11:25 pm

This is a cut up, but more complete utube from the same eu commission meeting...

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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by shunned » Fri May 22, 2009 4:57 am

vote bnp... enoch powell was right.
only a matter of time, lads.

how many countries in this world put aside an advertising budget to keep their inhabitants from moving overseas?
not many, I reckon.

one of the most powerful countries in the world reduced to fucking cesspool of refugees seeking the dole and sewing their mouths shut.
if they want to stay so much, why don't they sew themselves to the sittie?

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cons- all those pommie bastards are moving here in drones.

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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by ditchdoc » Fri May 22, 2009 9:00 am

Plow wrote:
ditchdoc wrote:Very eloquent. But, we only got one side of the argument. I bet that's not on you tube. And somehow I don't think the problems mentioned are entirely the fault of the PM. It is a democratic country after all, with parliament having as much to say and as much responsibility as the PM. Just wondering.
So youtube is censoring left wing babble? You missed the point again doc.
Nope. My POINT was that the world financial crisis cannot be blamed solely on the PM of England or any ONE person. It was greed, pure and simple, in Wall Street and Big Banks, with the complicity of several governments. There is plenty of blame to go around. But none of it can be laid on you or me, unless you want to blame yourself for whom you've voted. I don't, and you probably don't either. Besides, no one, absolutely no one, knows how, if, or when this thing will end. So, one is left with deciding on who to believe. Take your pick. They all have an equal chance of being wrong.
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Re: England's Talk about socialism and nationalization

Post by eponymous » Sun Jun 07, 2009 10:30 pm

I once sat in on a Parlimentary hearing while on "holiday" in London. It is spectacular theatre. I saw a man give the most inflamed and impassioned speech I have ever seen. He is called upon to speak, gets up and loudly slams a huge notebook on the pulpit. He went on at 11 on the knob for about 5 minutes without ever looking down at the book. When he finished he slammed the book shut for effect turned and sat back down in his seat like nothing ever happened.

There were exactly 4 people in the entire hall and 2 of them were me and my wife. One of my top 10 all time favorite life moments.
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