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 Post subject: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:02 pm 
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Your Freedom and Ours has the details of a very interesting development. The Lord Pearson, it seems, has his uses.

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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:25 pm 

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Agreed, but I like Mr Pearson. However, Mr Galbraith is an utter imbecile.


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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:32 pm 

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RAENORTH wrote:
Your Freedom and Ours has the details of a very interesting development. The Lord Pearson, it seems, has his uses.

View full article here


OK, this may sound like me getting to be your regular bete noire, but I have followed Lord Pearson for a long, long time by using the "They Work For You" facility and I have always considered he has never had a fair crack of the whip from yourself.

Now, even Helen expresses she is "somewhat surprised" at "carefully phrased rudeness" expressed to Lord Pearson. Where has she been for the last few years? This "rudeness" is no surprise. It is par for the course. There is a very slight occasional hint of it on the [spit] BBC R4 Parliament programme at 23:30 each night but usually they cover the offenders tracks very well by simply refusing to mention it.

A free subscription to "They Work For You" and then asking to be informed when Lord Pearson speaks, will enable any observer at all to realise just how much rudeness, crap, lies and bullshit are spoken to Lord Pearson *whenever* he raises an EU issue. The retorts *and rudeness* come thick and fast to him from every quarter of the House of Lords and it is then you will realise just what any Euro"sceptic" is actually up against in this country, and as Dr. North says, what any party supporting a referendum for withdrawal will be up against. It is absolutley horrendous! [And that's just the Upper House!] If you sign up, you will be able to read every single question that Lord Pearson asks, and then you will see the usual derision he is served as "answers". Perhaps then you will realise why I have often in the past quoted his efforts even though I am not a UKIP member or supporter.

So I say to a lot of people in this Blog: get *OUTSIDE* your own little bubble! Lord Pearson has been vilely denigrated in the past, including in this blog, but he is not all bad. Read *EVERYTHING* with an open mind; do not shut off sources because some people frown on them.


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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:07 pm 

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HenryWood wrote:
A free subscription to "They Work For You" and then asking to be informed when Lord Pearson speaks, will enable any observer at all to realise just how much rudeness, crap, lies and bullshit are spoken to Lord Pearson *whenever* he raises an EU issue.


And of course, though I'm not trying to teach Grannies to suck eggs, the same "They Work For you" will highlight whenever your own local MP speaks, or indeed any MP or Lord that you want to keep an eye on!

(I've got a *few* on my lists! e.g. I used to admire a bloke called Dennis Skinner many years ago. Now, he just seems to be an old babbler who should have gone home and drawn his massive MP's pension a long time ago. Just pick your "favourite" MPs or Lords and you too can have their unthought out babbling words as delivered in whichever House straight into your inbox.)

p.s. I am not a solicitor for "They Work For You". Just a happy customer!


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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:41 pm 
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HenryWood wrote:

Now, even Helen expresses she is "somewhat surprised" at "carefully phrased rudeness" expressed to Lord Pearson. Where has she been for the last few years? This "rudeness" is no surprise. It is par for the course. There is a very slight occasional hint of it on the [spit] BBC R4 Parliament programme at 23:30 each night but usually they cover the offenders tracks very well by simply refusing to mention it.



One is not surprised at the rudeness ... so common is it that even this blog has been known to remark on it. One is surprised that it came from Strathclyde, who is not part of the "gang" and usually has better manners.

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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
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One is surprised that it came from Strathclyde, who is not part of the "gang" and usually has better manners.


One is surprised that one can actually distinguish the pure chancer Strathclyde [check his history] as not being part of a "gang". What "gang" could that possibly be that he is not a part of? He seems to have every qualification to be a fully fledged member of any Westminster gang anyone could care to name.

I go back to my original point: Lord Pearson has been abused for years. Year after year. The fact that Strathclyde has joined in with this abuse should be of no surprise to anyone, *except* those observers living in their own little Westminster bubble such as the righteous BBC twonks, or now, something I never, ever thought would ever happen, those living in their own little Blog bubbles who now seem to think Lord Strathclyde is quite a jolly nice chap who perhaps had a glass too much of the Christmas sherry and said something he should perhaps not have said to Lord Pearson.

Pass the sickbag, Alice!


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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:04 am 
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Henry, you seem very angry of late, we're all angry at what's happening but it isn't the fault of the blog bubblers as you call us.

Dr North, does a good job with this blog, honest articles that you'll not find in the MSM.

Have a nice Christmas Henry, a nice glass of something and calm yourself. PDT_Armataz_01_34 And hopefully we'll all have a better new year, preferably minus the EU.


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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 3:19 am 

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rosie wrote:
Henry, you seem very angry of late, we're all angry at what's happening but it isn't the fault of the blog bubblers as you call us.

Dr North, does a good job with this blog, honest articles that you'll not find in the MSM.

Have a nice Christmas Henry, a nice glass of something and calm yourself. PDT_Armataz_01_34 And hopefully we'll all have a better new year, preferably minus the EU.


Aye Rosie, I'm lost and I'm losing it.

I know fine well Dr. North does more than a good job with this blog and how he manages to put up with posters like me is beyond me. I'd have thrown me out long ago.

Time is getting short, Rosie, and I'm so bloody angry, as you so rightly say, because I now very much doubt I shall see the end of this accursed EU. And by that I mean the whole blasted, stinking, corrupting lot of it - not only its Mickey Mouse money but also its worse than Mickey Mouse setup. The whole rotten structure destroys my reasoning to think straight. I see the Van Rompuy and that bastard Marxist Barroso on my screen and I go berserk. DOES NO ONE IN THE MSM KNOW BARROSO'S HISTORY? Well, the BBC do not for they never ever refer to it. [titter! titter! from bbc radio 4 shits]

Even in real life I seem to constantly argue with people who are on the same side as me. I honestly wish I could do dastardly things to the traitors of this country. I wish great harm to many people and if I had the actual physical strength I would try to cause that harm.

OK, Rosie, it's coming up to 02:00 Thursday, only 3 days to Christmas, and I'll have no more glasses tonight. I've had enough and they no longer seem to have the same effect.

My next one will be on Saturday, Christmas Eve at round about 14:45 when I shall have a glass of sherry just before an angel sings "Once In Royal David's City" from King's College, Cambridge. This used to be a signal on the BBC World Service, to me and many other expats, that Christmas was about to begin. It brought tears to my eyes every year when radio operators used to plug it into the "Tannoy" and let it be known all over the rig that Christmas was here and we knew our families at home were listening to the exact same service.

Thank you for bringing me back into focus, Rosie.

May you and yours have a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year, and if the Good Doctor is in a benevolent mood, may he please also accept my best wishes to him and his kinfolk, and please do ignore any future "angry" posts especially if made late at night.

"God Bless Us, Every One!"


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 Post subject: Re: A Bill goes to the Commons
PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 12:04 pm 

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DOES NO ONE IN THE MSM KNOW BARROSO'S HISTORY? Well, the BBC do not for they never ever refer to it


Surely you know that being an "ex" Trot/Marxist is no barrier at all to high office in Europe.

As for the Al-Beeb.....their top political commentator/interviewer Andrew Marr used to hawk a Trotskyite organ, Socialist Organiser.....Paul Mason the Newsnight financial "expert" is a self confessed Marxist still today, to name just two..

That Communism has never been subjected to the same vilification that Nazism was subjected to and that it so fully deserved, is testament to how many overt and silent believers to this day, still inhabit the corridors of power and influence, throughout the UK and Europe, busily protecting and promoting it's vile and malign influence.


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