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    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 03:36PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:17:23 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:

     
    > Theres no bounds to your preference for blaming the Tories Affa
     
    I'm not blaming the Tories for anything, yet. They haven't had enough time
    to screw
    things up too much, but Lansley is working on it.
    What I say is from past knowledge of what Tory NHS provision means, and
    can confidently claim, it hasn't altered for the better.
    It was the Blair government that legislated to protect whistleblowers
    ......... Cameron would likely prefer
    it was repealed.

     

    ewill <willelaine@gmail.com> Jun 30 05:12PM -0700  

    Whistleblowing has been protected in law since the 70's when Roche had
    to settle with Stanley Adams after the EEC released his name to the
    employer
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 02:54PM -0700  

    Not for you Jonsky its a complete waste of time.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 9:30:52 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:01PM -0700  

    Oh dear yet again no answer you are a joke old man..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:54:18 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:34PM -0700  

    dont you get it by now idiot you are not worth an answer.
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:01:21 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:36PM -0700  

    Wriggle wriggle jar ROFLMAO...
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 23:34:19 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Briar <BriarLorenz@aol.com> Jun 30 10:37AM -0700  

    The latter will be far more fun, Jane !
     

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 10:52AM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:12:55 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:

     
    > Any idea why they found it necessary to sack the man in charge of border
    > control Jane
     
    I have to thank you Jar.
    I had forgotten that Brodie Clarke was suspended, forced to resign, when
    he was blamed for relaxing border checks. I should have included the case
    on the growing list of ministers avoiding having to resign by passing the
    buck onto ministerial aids, friends, and employees. That's five already,
    and we're only two year in.
    I've said it before, the first priority of any Tory minister is to first
    set in place a fall guy or two ....... someone else to blame when they
    screw up.

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 10:55AM -0700  

    Where is Adam Werrity?
    Not a peep, not a single column or mention since October 2011 ........
    surely he still lives?

     

    ewill <willelaine@gmail.com> Jun 30 11:21AM -0700  

    Yet more total fabrications from you
     
    In a brief two minute search March/April 2012 media articles
    involving him are easily found
     

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 11:22AM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 6:55:59 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:
     
    > Where is Adam Werrity?
    > Not a peep, not a single column or mention since October 2011 ........
    > surely he still lives?
     
    Decided to check out Hansard ......... questions have been asked.
    The answers are always the same ...... we are not aware, and to investigate
    woulf incur disproportionate costs.
    Journalists have tried to uncover the extent to which Adam Werrity was
    involved in government dealings ...... again the same answers. The FoI act
    is being by-passed on the grounds of cost and where details of meetings
    where it is suspected Werrity was present, all references to him have been
    redacted.
    There has been a massive cover up ......... William Hague involved.

    I have little faith that the truth of this will ever be revealed .......

    .


     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:02PM -0700  

    Have another try Affa something credible and if possible not just a
    political jibe

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:52:15 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:05PM -0700  

    Whats up with Labour Affa if they smell blood they are like a dog with a
    bone. perhaps if the truth were invloved your usual little fantasies would
    be shown up once again.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 7:22:01 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:09PM -0700  

    Tory minister Affa , seems your memory was dormant during the period of
    '97-'10. You even try to blame the Tories for Labours disgraceful
    management during that period. Clarke was forced to resign (polite word for
    the sack) because he was incompetant.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 6:52:19 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:
     

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 03:23PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:09:05 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:
    Clarke was forced to resign (polite word for the sack) because he was
    incompetant.
     
     
    He has been paid out, an out of court settlement. The fact that there has
    been a review of the former policy
    that caused the problem tells you that he was not to blame, the policy was.
    He did as he was supposed to do, and when it resulted in a failure to check
    all passports on arrivals, May denied her part ......... but changed the
    system anyhow. ergo her previous system of checks was to blame.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:31PM -0700  

    How many do you recall having been paid out after getting the sack. Civil
    servants all seem to. It would therefore show that the former policy was
    flawed should the gvt and the person who was in charge be right in changing
    the person in charghe and the policy. Had they not then it would not have
    been possible to try and stem the flow. a different and more credible
    conclusion.
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:23:06 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:46PM -0700  

    > hours.  This is not a new thing, the earth's spin on its axis has been
    > slowly slowing down since shortly after it settled in its present
    > orbit.
     
    And in that time the human presence on this lump of molten Iron with a
    crust is about 1 second of a 24 hour day and will probably not exist
    fo second more

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 02:07PM -0700  

    I blame the tories..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 21:46:39 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:10PM -0700  

    > I blame the tories..
     
     
    Being braindead you would.!

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 02:14PM -0700  

    Yawwwn I thought I would get it in before you and the other braindead
    blamed labour the unions or the lib dems locky..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:10:29 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:58PM -0700  

    Whom the MAJORITY are tory..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 21:39:09 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:00PM -0700  

    > Whom the MAJORITY are tory..
     
    No BNP Arsholes then.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 02:02PM -0700  

    Why don't you tell us as you are the resident boards expert on all things
    anal..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:00:33 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:09PM -0700  

    > Why don't you tell us as you are the resident boards expert on all things
    > anal..
     
     
    ROTFLMHO,

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:53PM -0700  

    > So come on locky explain the damage done by the hags deregulation of the city and the. banks.
     
    Your the prick claiming that and I'm the one asking you, the financial
    sector in the late 1970s was in deep shit, overtaken by Wall Street
    and European markets, theres a clue for you, now answer the question
    you plank, what was the big bang all about, because it was FUCK ALL
    to do with deregulation of the banks as socialists claim

     

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    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:39PM -0700  

    You have had links from all directions locky so stop your winging..The fact
    that you don't like the truth is your problem not mine.
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 23:18:01 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 03:59PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:39:06 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     
    > You have had links from all directions locky so stop your winging..The
    > fact that you don't like the truth is your problem not mine.
     
    If we had a league table for this forum the government supporters would be
    in relegation
    territory by now. They haven't won a game, or scored a goal in two years of
    trying.
    One bad performance after another, one excuse after another (usually the
    same repeated blame crap),
    with not a single good news performance to ease their efforts.
    I feel sorry for them Jon ........ their time is running out and they can
    soon be spared the torture of
    trying to defend the indefensible.
    I'm an American football fan, and their motto is "defenses win titles".
    Stopping the opposition scoring
    is an art form these people have no skill with.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 02:05PM -0700  

    The speed of this must be a record for even that inept tory twat..
     
     
    David Cameron 'prepared to consider EU referendum'
    [image: David Cameron]
     
    Mr Cameron said the government needed 'tactical and strategic patience'

    David Cameron is prepared to consider a referendum on the UK's EU
    relationship, but only when the time is right, he has written in the Sunday
    Telegraph<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron/9367479/David-Cameron-We-need-to-be-clear-about-the-best-way-of-getting-what-is-best-for-Britain.html>
    .
     
    In the article, the prime minister said he wanted a "real choice" for
    voters but said that an immediate in/out referendum was not what most
    wanted.
     
    BBC political correspondent Carole Walker said Mr Cameron was "opening the
    door" to a possible referendum.
     
    Nearly 100 Conservative MPs have called for a poll during the next
    Parliament.
     
    In a letter to the prime minister, they urged him to make it a legal
    commitment to hold a vote on the UK's relationship with the EU.
    'More to come'
     
    The prime minister acknowledged the need to ensure the UK's position within
    an evolving European Union had "the full-hearted support of the British
    people" but said they needed to show "tactical and strategic patience".
     
    It will undoubtedly be hard going, but taking the right path in politics
    often is"
    David Cameron Prime Minister
     
    He disagreed "with those who say we should leave and therefore want the
    earliest possible in/out referendum" because he did not think it was in the
    country's best interests.
     
    "An 'in' vote too would have profound disadvantages. All further attempts
    at changing Britain's relationship with Europe would be met with cries that
    the British people had already spoken," he added.
     
    He wrote: "There is more to come - further moves, probably further treaties
    - where we can take forward our interests, safeguard the single market and
    stay out of a federal Europe.
     
    "Let us start to spell out in more detail the parts of our European
    engagement we want and those that we want to end. While we need to define
    with more clarity where we would like to get to, we need to show tactical
    and strategic patience.
     
    "The eurozone is in crisis which needs to be resolved, and we are in a
    coalition government during this Parliament.
     
    "Nevertheless I will continue to work for a different, more flexible and
    less onerous position for Britain within the EU.
     
    "How do we take the British people with us on this difficult and
    complicated journey? How do we avoid the wrong paths of either meekly
    accepting the status quo or giving up altogether and preparing to leave? It
    will undoubtedly be hard going, but taking the right path in politics often
    is.
     
    "As we get closer to the end point we will need to consider how best to get
    the full-hearted support of the British people, whether it is in a general
    election or a referendum.
     
    "As I have said, for me the two words 'Europe' and 'referendum' can go
    together, particularly if we really are proposing a change in how our
    country is governed, but let us get the people a real choice first."
     
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18659072

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:48PM -0700  

    Oh and here it is *FRONT PAGE NEWS* in your favourite comic jar
     
    David Cameron paved the way for a historic popular vote on Britain's role
    in Europe yesterday by indicating he is 'opening the door' to a referendum.
     
    Voters could be asked if they want the UK to stay in or out of the European
    Union, or to sever many of its existing ties with Brussels.
     
    The Prime Minister is gearing up to resolve the matter once and for all –
    but not yet. He is considering turning the next Election, due in 2015, into
    a vote on Britain's membership of the EU – or holding a referendum
    afterwards if he is still in No 10.
     
    Mr Cameron believes it is too early to decide the crucial question to be
    put to voters: whether it be a straight 'in or out' choice, or a proposal
    to grab back some of the powers lost to Brussels bureaucrats.
     
    And he believes it would be a mistake to hold such a vote before the dust
    settles over the euro crisis.
     
    A source close to the Prime Minister said: 'It is time to open the door on
    this matter and consider a referendum. It could either be a standalone
    referendum or it could be part of the Conservative manifesto at the next
    Election.'
     
    Explaining why Mr Cameron has not yet decided on the wording of the
    question to be put to the nation, the source added: 'Now is the wrong time
    when Europe is in flux and the whole continent is changing before our
    eyes.
     
    'We need to see where everything ends up before we consult the British
    people.'
     
    Mr Cameron's hand has also been forced by the financial crisis in the
    eurozone, which is forcing member countries to negotiate ever-closer ties.
     
    The accelerated integration is likely to lead to full-scale treaty
    renegotiations in the coming years.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2167049/Its-time-open-door-consider-referendum-Cameron-Britain-vote-Europe.html#ixzz1zJrubyTf
     
     
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:05:52 UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 02:56PM -0700  

    Its clear neither of you have a clue what you are talking about stop
    wasting our time please.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 9:13:13 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:02PM -0700  

    Oh are you now stating that immigration is lower under your lot old man? I
    feel your pain LOL talk about trying to flog a dead horse..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:56:21 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:25PM -0700  

    lol we know all about trying to flog a dead horse Jonsky and thats thanks
    to trying to communicate with an idiot.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:02:55 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:35PM -0700  

    Jar your bloody excuses for the incompetent bunch of tossers you support is
    a no more than a joke...Grow up old man you support a bunch of self serving
    twats who sold you down the river once they got your vote...ROFLMAO you lot
    are always spouting on about lefties so now maybe you would like to
    reiterate who the caMoron sold you and the other gullible out too just so
    he could drag his sorry arse into number 10? So start your wriggling NOW,,
     
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 23:25:53 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 03:43PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:25:53 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:
     
    > lol we know all about trying to flog a dead horse Jonsky and thats thanks
    > to trying to communicate with an idiot.
     
    I don't require an answer, only for you to give yourself one ......
    If Net immigration increased 21% in one year and matched that increase a
    second year under
    a Labour government, would you be defending that result?

    It happened under Labour with EU enlargement, and Labour carried the can
    for it ....
    now the new government must carry the can. Admit it.


     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:46PM -0700  

    He hasn't got the balls Affa..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 23:43:41 UTC+1, Affa wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:42PM -0700  

    > Yes let in and given UK citenship by your lot
     
    Which party gave all commonwealth citizens the right of abode in the
    UK.?

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:59PM -0700  

    Oh look now locky is coming up with his lame excuse which has been debunked
    more times than the caMoron has lied..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 21:42:41 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:03PM -0700  

    > Oh look now locky is coming up with his lame excuse
     
    Excuse you thick socialist plank, its historical FACT you silly
    socialists gave 800 million third world people in 1948 the right of
    abode in the UK

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 02:07PM -0700  

    Like I said it has been debunked more times that you have had hot dinners
    locky...Only an idiot like you would try and pull that one again
     
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:03:53 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:13PM -0700  

    > Like I said it has been debunked
     
    ROTFLMHO, Labours 1948 Immigration act is enshrined in historical facts

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 02:15PM -0700  

    But not interpreted as you do locky of the lie..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:13:09 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:26PM -0700  

    > But not interpreted as you do locky of the lie..
     
    The act gave 800.000.000. third word people the right of abode, what
    other interpretation are you on about you plank.?

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 02:36PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 10:26:13 PM UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:
     
    > The act gave 800.000.000. third word people the right of abode, what
    > other interpretation are you on about you plank.?
     
    Now tell us what settlement rights did they have prior to the Act?

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:40PM -0700  


    >  Now tell us what settlement rights did they have prior to the Act?
     
    Why give them the right in law if they didn't have the right
    previously which they didn't.?

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 02:44PM -0700  

    You sound just like Jonsky, tinman , no content , gutter language and
    losing it easily.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 7:53:27 PM UTC+1, tinman wrote:
     

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 02:57PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 10:40:47 PM UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:
     
    > > Now tell us what settlement rights did they have prior to the Act?
     
    > Why give them the right in law if they didn't have the right
    > previously which they didn't.?
     
    You didn't give the correct answer ......... " if you could prove you were
    born within the British empire you could claim full nationality rights in
    Britain."
    Prompted by Canada making a unilateral decision to declare it's own
    'citizenship', and other Commonwealth countries following that lead.
    Prior to the act any Commonwealth citizen was a British Citizen. The Act
    gave them nothing that they did not already have, and in fact introduced
    limitations were none previously existed.

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 03:00PM -0700  


    > > Why give them the right in law if they didn't have the right
    > > previously which they didn't.?
     
    >  You didn't give the correct answer ........
     
    Yes I did Affa

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:04PM -0700  

    The only one losing it is you jar...Your usual bullshite is now nearly as
    old as you..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:44:33 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:23PM -0700  

    usual crap

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:04:18 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:37PM -0700  

    Usual evasion tactic..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 23:23:39 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

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    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 02:15PM -0700  

    A gagging order that has not gagged anyone?
    A man who was fired and now makes exaggerated claims.
    A newspaper that if it had patients interests at heart would be attacking
    the Lansley's reforms and listening to hundreds of doctors not one ex
    administrator.

    NHS targets were introduced to focus attention on provision. It was
    administrators that shuffled patient care in order to meet targets more
    easily. A case of them keeping their jobs by manipulation of data
    statistics.

    I hope this affair has legs ......... it cannot be allowed to appear and
    then disappear - which I suspect
    is the intention.

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:22PM -0700  


    > NHS targets were introduced to focus attention on provision.
     
    Cleary Not.

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 02:33PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 10:22:25 PM UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:
     
    > > NHS targets were introduced to focus attention on provision.
     
    > Cleary Not.
     
    The thing that is clear is that this politicised 'revelation' will do more
    harm to the Tories
    than it will likely do to Labour ........ and your comment makes me suspect
    you realise that.

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 02:42PM -0700  

    > harm to the Tories
    > than it will likely do to Labour ........ and your comment makes me suspect
    > you realise that.
     
    Why.?

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 02:47PM -0700  

    Overnight tinman? you do come up with a load of tripe .

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 7:58:53 PM UTC+1, tinman wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:07PM -0700  

    Well you would know all about tripe old man..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 22:47:39 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 03:08PM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 10:42:50 PM UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:
    > suspect
    > > you realise that.
     
    > Why.?
     
    LOL ......... The Tories want to stop legislation to prevent
    whistleblowers?
    Neither do they desire any debate that mentions patient care, waiting
    times, waiting lists, or
    numbers .......... an investigation can only draw attention to failures,
    then and now.

    I repeat ...... targets have the intention of improving health care and
    delivery. Administrators are to blame for any manipulation of those
    priorities in order to improve apparent success ........ by organising
    theatre usage to do minor operations that reach the target faster, and
    cheaper.
    The solution - more accountability, more scrutiny, more none-jobs.
    The Tories would detest that outcome!


    .

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:11PM -0700  

    I know you post tripe jonsky and its so very easy to recognise it for what
    it is.(idiot)

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:07:07 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 03:13PM -0700  

    You'll have noticed Jar the gullibles will never comment or condem
    the attrocities of their beloved Socialist party

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:17PM -0700  

    Theres no bounds to your preference for blaming the Tories Affa is there
    dont you recall the whistleblowers that caught a cropper before 2010. By
    what they do they create powerful enemies who are able to get their revenge
    from those they expose. you are trying to politicise it for some reason
    maybe you see it as another opportunity to have a jibe at your unfavourite
    party. save your jibes for something worthwhile there are many choices and
    they wouldnt make the present ones so silly . Careful as you will be rated
    with the Jonskys and tinmans of this world.
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:08:51 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:19PM -0700  

    Difficult to avoid the obvious TB far easier for them to find even the most
    pathetic excuses to have a go at the Tories. They arnt strong enough to be
    good losers.
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:13:51 PM UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 08:55AM -0700  

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 08:56AM -0700  

    hand over mouth please
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 4:55:12 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 09:05AM -0700  

    How do you know I didn't jar?

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 09:16AM -0700  

    No manners Jonsky easy
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 5:05:18 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 09:31AM -0700  

    I don't need a dried up old Illmannered fart like you to teach me manners jar.

     

    tinman <tinman080872@aol.com> Jun 30 11:48AM -0700  

    jar, why don't you for once post something such as a thought or phrase
    not stolen from another poster.
     
    Your worn out old man
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 02:59PM -0700  

    Ask Jonsky he seems to like my phrases and as for posting something new .
    You would be the last to speak on the subject.Not worn out tinman in the
    pink of health thank you.
    Any more stupid thoughts?

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 7:48:39 PM UTC+1, tinman wrote:
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 03:00PM -0700  

    You need someone to teach you lots of things.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 5:31:16 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 03:05PM -0700  

    Wriggle wriggle jar of the gullible and the suckered..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 23:00:49 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 03:18PM -0700  

    > Wriggle wriggle jar of the gullible and the suckered..
     
    Still waiting for credible links to your plethora of socialist lies
    Plonksy, when are you going to post them.?

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jun 30 07:52AM -0700  

    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:12:55 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:
     
    > Any idea why they found it necessary to sack the man in charge of border
    > control Jane
     
    To save Theresa May's neck
     

     

    Jane <RCFairy@aol.com> Jun 30 07:59AM -0700  

    Yes Jar, Brodie Clark took the fall for Theresa May.

    Wait for the link to load and see this official Border Agency document:
    *Click here: UK Border Agency told to relax passport checks – full
    documents | UK news | guardian.co.uk*<http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/interactive/2011/nov/07/uk-border-agency-full-documents>

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:12:55 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:
     

     

    Jane <RCFairy@aol.com> Jun 30 08:02AM -0700  

    Yes Jar. Brodie Clark took the fall for Theresa May. Wait for this link
    to load and read the official Border Agency document:
    *Click here: UK Border Agency told to relax passport checks – full
    documents | UK news | guardian.co.uk*<http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/interactive/2011/nov/07/uk-border-agency-full-documents>
     


     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:12:55 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:
     

     

    Jane <RCFairy@aol.com> Jun 30 08:10AM -0700  

    Sheesh, it appears I have echolalia. I'm now in a quandary - should I
    apply for DLA or go for an Arts Council Grant? <g>

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 4:02:18 PM UTC+1, Jane wrote:
     

     

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    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 07:19AM -0700  

    How you work it out that after 13 years Labour are not responsible for our
    problems shows us that you are scared to admit to the truth and tells us
    all we need to know about your opinions . I know its the only policy Labour
    have is to deny what they did was a disaster to the country but the scale
    of that disaster is just too big to hide.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 12:42:42 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 07:31AM -0700  

    Letting the banks fail will not affect the perpetrators of these scams
    Sandman but they will certainly hit their customers. If they let the banks
    fail then the gvt could nationalise them to enable them to continue. look
    at their profit margins especially without the big bonuses etc (which
    escape the taxman by being paid in India). I would suggest that they could
    be considered a good investment. Those in charge have feathered their own
    nests to the detriment of their customers and shareholders who cant do
    anything about it if they wanted to and its more than probable that the big
    institutional shareholders are good friends with the top bankers after all
    they did take on a lot of their toxic investments which they later sold on
    to us as insurance investments.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 12:23:01 PM UTC+1, Sandman wrote:
     

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 09:18AM -0700  

    > No swimming in the shit they created locky
     
    Gullibles like you can't swim, you just wallow.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:28PM -0700  

    Talking of gullibles locky do you still hold the view that you voted for a
    party that would stem immigration....LOL
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 17:18:52 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:39PM -0700  

    > Talking of gullibles locky do you still hold the view that you voted for a
    > party that would stem immigration....LOL
     
    We have a Coalition

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 08:51AM -0700  

    Dream on old man if you think that I will allow your usual bollocks to go unchallenged.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 08:53AM -0700  

    Only the once jar, so would you like to give it a crack rather than your usual evasion tactics?

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 08:58AM -0700  

    author author!!

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 4:51:57 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 08:59AM -0700  

    Pointless excercise jonsky if you havnt understood the first dozen times
    what chance is there you would understand this time.

     
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 4:53:44 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 09:03AM -0700  

    Oh so you will be able to link to your fictitious answers the jar. I await in anticipation.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jun 30 09:17AM -0700  

    Do us all a favour and try holding your breath Jonsky
    On Saturday, June 30, 2012 5:03:20 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:30PM -0700  

    So still no answer then jar? How quaint...Come on old man you are
    supposedly the fountain of knowledge but I guess like all old tory farts
    you are all hot air and dribble,,..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 17:17:32 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 12:16PM -0700  

    > If you don't think we need all the fucking luck we can find then your
    > a bigger cunt then any of us ever could of imagined.
     
    Anthony is 100% on the ball, poor old hedgehog, an immigrant himself
    in a multicultural society whos socialist government is importing more
    third world immigrants for cheap labour than old world whites

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:05PM -0700  

    More Locky tory indoctrinated bollocks and least Hedgehog did emigrate
    locky which is more than you did with your bullshit about moving to the
    USA..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 20:16:21 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:09PM -0700  

    > More Locky tory indoctrinated bollocks and least Hedgehog did emigrate
     
    So did Abdul Hookhand to the UK for a better life

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:23PM -0700  

    Yes let in and given UK citenship by your lot even after warnings about the mossie arsehole from the UK. Still good to see you admit to your bullshit for once in your life. But of course living in the multicultural shithole of MK there isn't dry much difference to the USA.

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 12:18PM -0700  

    > Could we have a link to this claim please.
     
     
    I have it sitting and waiting to post as soon as you post a link the
    conservatives stated they want less regulation of the banks.

     

    Briar <BriarLorenz@aol.com> Jun 30 12:38PM -0700  

    It is no myth, socialist, conservative, leb-dim, fascist or theocrat
    sort. But it is not just our banks, the whole thing started in New
    York, in their banks, and all ovdr the USA wheree local banks were
    selling sub-prime loans made to people who were never going to be able
    to repay their mortgages, along with a mixed bundle of stuff, as
    Derivatives, to other banks, all round the world. Thus they sold
    their toxic debts and spread it around the world, and every bank that
    bought and sold on these things made them more expensive, until
    someone looked inside and realised they were worth less than
    nothing ! A whole bunch of con artists were ripping off the sleepy,
    the tired, the gullible. THAT is where all this trouble started.
     
     

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:07PM -0700  

    > It is no myth, socialist, conservative, leb-dim, fascist or theocrat
    > sort.  But it is not just our banks, the whole thing started in New
    > York, in their banks,
     
    Another myth, I know your pretty ignorant of the financial system but
    even you should realise the money supply is controlled by government
    central, ie Bank of England the FED or ECB, your right in one sense it
    started in the US under the Clinton Administration and very shortly
    afterwards in the UK and the Eurozone.
     
    As Robert Peston clearly explained in his Euro Crisis documentary it
    was the central banks, IE Governments that flooded the system with
    cheap money, the banks were simply a tool to get that cheap money into
    the economy to create growth, in America and the UK it was cheap
    Mortgages, in the Eurozone it was not only mortgages but cheap
    government borrowing for weak economies to expand state spending.
     
    When the bubble burst as every economist predicted it would because
    printed money creates inflation and higher borrowing costs the banks
    were left with debts that would never be repaid, which is why Peston
    says the banks are victims just like all of us.
     
    In short this crisis could never have happened had governments
    CONTROLLED the money supply which reminds of Thatcher who said
    economys stand or fall on sound money, you cannot buck the market, she
    was 100% right.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:07PM -0700  

    Oh dear locky is spitting his dummy out...It was ALL started by the hag and
    reagun oh locky of the gullibles..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 18:28:33 UTC+1, Trueblue wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 01:11PM -0700  

    > Oh dear locky is spitting his dummy out...It was ALL started by the hag and
    > reagun oh locky of the gullibles..
     
    So come on Plonksy, tell us what the big bang was.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:17PM -0700  

    So come on locky explain the damage done by the hags deregulation of the city and the. banks.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jun 30 01:13PM -0700  

    That's all they have left Tinman, do you remember all the tory braindead
    statements when their lot managed to scrape in after kissing enough the
    lib dems arse? One of locks favourite ones was that he voted for the only
    party who would do something about immigration ROFLMAO Still he was right I
    suppose they increased it by *21%.*..
     
    On Saturday, 30 June 2012 19:50:53 UTC+1, tinman wrote:

     

    Briar <BriarLorenz@aol.com> Jun 30 01:11PM -0700  

    Tonight at 1 second before midnight, the atomic clock in London that
    is the ultimate source of the time, will have an extra second added
    before midnight, because the spinning Earth is slowing down.
     
    I calculated that in 8 760 years' time the days will have to have 25
    hours. This is not a new thing, the earth's spin on its axis has been
    slowly slowing down since shortly after it settled in its present
    orbit. The instinctive length of day for animals alive today, if they
    are deprived of light and any outside indication, is around 16 -18
    hours, because their instinctive diurnal rhythm was established some
    millions of years ago, as the groups they belong to evolved. I
    believe they call it the Circassian Rhythm (I would look it up if I
    could locate where the book is, but I cannot and so I am telling you
    this from memory, which is no longer 100 % reliable, alas).
     
    Eventually the Earth will probably reach a state where its year is as
    long as its day, so that the same hemisphere will be in sunlight and
    the opposite in darkness - a situation like the moon has with the
    earth already. One side we always see at night, the other faces away
    from the Earth so we never knew what it was like until we sent the
    first rockets up and round the back to take photos !
     
    Is this important ? Well, yes it is, ultimately. We may be able to
    speed it up again, because serious harm would be done to all life
    forms on our planet if we let this happen. However, we will probably
    be extinct before that happens.
     
    Meanwhile, if anyone feels that things are getting more boring, and
    the days are getting longer, you are probably right, but with the
    polly-ticklers being so boring, that is probably the reason.
     
    Anyway, this is a FACT, there need be no discussion about it and it
    won't change whatever opinions you all have about it (in which respect
    it is the same as the opinions people express on here - they too make
    zero difference to outcomes anyway ! Now, THERE is a thought !

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jun 30 12:20PM -0700  

    > If Cameron kept his personal PLEDGE to reduce immigration there would
    > be no NHS crises.
     
    So no comment on the corruption and devestation ofthe HS by Labour.

     

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