After only a couple of nights, I already find I leap out of bed in the morning reciting 'Get Brexit done, Corbyn is dangerous, stop TUST', and that's even before I get downstairs to learn how badly Mrs.Alpine has burnt the toast.
It's not the tape, you've being doing that for years anyway. Thankfully I'm profoundly deaf so brain washing techniques don't work on me.
Do you ever wonder why the TFF General Election coverage has been so good ? Why this thread has already smashed through the 1000 views landmark some time ago ? Is it due to the diverse opinions that myself, Register, and Florida have been generous enough to provide, and with Rob on occasions shouting 'Jezza out' from the sidelines?
Well yes, none of those advantages should be ignored. But whether its warning readers of the danger to Brexit from anti-democratic Leftists, cautioning as to the constant threat posed by TUST, or forewarning of the blizzards heading our way on Polling Day .... TFF is, as always, ahead of the opposition.
But the stunning margin by which we've trounced all-comers as regards the last of those ... well it's well worth taking a minute to savour. Only within the last 24 hours have the big organisations, the political sites, and the climate crisis spouting mainstream, has it slowly started dawning upon them what the weather will be for Polling Day.
Here's a couple of examples of what has eventually started appearing today:
Multiple reports yesterday said the UK should expect temperatures to plunge to -10c over the next fortnight. With worries the elderly may not venture out to vote, the Tories might go into meltdown…
And here is a link (-10 on the way) to the soaraway Sun's news today, telling us BRR-ITAIN UK weather forecast – Temperatures to ‘plunge to -10C over next two weeks’ as freezing fog engulfs Britain.And while Greta lovers everywhere are only now learning of the fact they'll have to explain away some very cold weather that doesn't fit with their global warming scam, TFF readers have known from the very first post of this General Election thread just what was on it's way .... that's almost a full month ahead of the pack, and why ? Because we went to Jezza's brother for our information. To a man who REALLY knows about climate and weather, and who hasn't been taken in for a single minute by Greta's claptrap.
Rob makes a fair point, but however much he'd like to be everywhere, Prime Minister BoJo can't keep everyone satisfied. I'm certain he's champing at the bit to get to the BBC and take on Andrew Neil, but on the other hand, doesn't want to hurt Dominic's feelings or go against his advice.
From what I gather, Dominic considers that whatever number of MPs Labour do achieve, you could have added another 30 to that total had Jezza not been eviscerated by Andrew Neil. 'It's yours to lose Boris. If you're one nil up with 5 minutes to go, you don't voluntarily take 4 of your players off, particularly if you've already used all your subs' (Dominic knows his football)
He thought about it long and hard, and eventually concluded ... after a lot of soul-searching .... that BoJo would be much better off with Holly & Phil instead
Andrew Neil and the empty chair of Leader scrutiny. Hope they show it every night until he gets in it.
Now that is going to become an iconic image Rob...and a vote winner!
There are 1.6 Billion Muslims living on this planet...or is it that many living in this country?
You will never see a picture/statue or any description of Mohamed which 1.6 Billion people blindly follow! Why is that I hear you ask whilst trying to avert your eyes from that all time classic 'Sally sucks the Seven Dwarves!'
Well I'll tell you...it's because he never existed!
So now we have a chair with a non-existent Boris, and a news reporter talking to it!
Watch the Brainless Labour supporters flock to Boris now, believing that he's some sort of Exalted Deity!
My Karma persuaded them
Therefore, I received this harm
Because of that, didn't I make that person fall in the hole of the hell.
Firstly thanks to Reg & Rob for putting on one of their always entertaining little chats for us. Particularly appreciated on a wet, grey day like today, and some much needed amusement to enhance anyone’s coffee break.
Staying more directly on topic with the election, it’s difficult to judge how the avoidance of Andrew Neil is playing out with the voting public. Online, particularly Twitter, I do get the impression that it’s mostly those who don’t intend voting for Boris’ Tories anyway, who seem to have the greater interest in whether such an interview goes ahead.
Any politician can of course choose to accept or decline an invitation to be interviewed as he wishes. Boris always rejects Channel 4, and I expect most of us find that quite understandable. How far the BBC should go in criticising Boris for deciding not to come along and sit there to be ranted at by Neil, as we’ve already seen happen to Jezza, is difficult to say, but the BBC will turn viewers against them and in favour of Boris if they go too far, particularly at a time when strict impartiality is meant to be being displayed.
I do hope that Rob and Reg might continue their fascinating discussion regarding other matters on the ‘Remotely Interested’ thread. The worlwide number of Muslims certainly dwarfs the number of Bulgarians in Yeovil, and is a testament to that quickly growing religion and it’s global following. No pictures painted and no statues ?? I did firstly wonder whether this was connected to ‘the make no graven image’ commandment, that certain Christian sects and others strictly obey, to the extent of having no family photos, so many never get to see what their Granny looked like. Mohammed didn’t exist ? Islam isn’t something I’m too up on, but didn’t Mohammed’s uncle have some different ideas that lead to the breakaway Sunni’s, whereas Mohammed’s adherents remained as the Shi’ites? Is Reg of the belief that the Uncle couldn’t have existed either, I think that’s the logical conclusion, but it’s more complicated than I thought.
Rob’s comments raise the interesting question of whether you can in fact insult a Faith ? Is Christianity for instance, capable of being insulted ? Individual Christians, even a group of them can always choose to take offence at anything they like, same for Muslims, but it would be individual choice as to whether to do so or not, and I suppose dependent on how sensitive your individual 'offence' detector was, and what might cause it to spring into action, resulting in a quick 'how dare you say or think that ... please have more consideration for my lack of tolerance for opposing points of view'
Hold the opinion that you don’t believe that Christ existed, then you’ll get some Christians perfectly happy to respect your different views, and some that feel offended that anyone should hold a different opinion to their own. Still, luckily we’re free to make up our own minds on just about any matter. Is it possible not to be convinced the Holocaust happened without being thrown into prison ? I’m genuinely not totally certain where we are on that one, though am more sure of the direction we’re heading in.
Carry on lads, but choose the most appropriate thread
The dirty old tramp you worship so much would rid this country of the Jewish population in no time should he get into power!
A bit of exaggeration to make a point is common currency, particularly at a time like this during the closing days of an Election campaign. Some believe that even our Prime Minister liberally sprinkles his speeches in such a way. But I do have the front page of today's Daily Telegraph in front of me, and it states... '47 per cent of Jews who live in this country say they will consider leaving if the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn gets into power'
Now that's still a high figure, which is the point you are making Reg. But after 6 months of Jezza in No.10 would it be any greater, in percentage terms that the number of Cornishmen or Lancastrians looking for somewhere else to live... even if they couldn't take their free internet with them ? I know you actually have the highest respect for dear old Jezza, and if you're unwilling to admit it today, then after you've witnessed him wipe the floor with BoJo this evening (BBC 8.30pm, I believe) I'm certain you'll have changed your tune by this time tomorrow.