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    Default UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    I'm struggling with this one. I can't call it.

    General election 2019 UK polls: Latest numbers show Tory lead at 10 points

    Who should I vote for? A bite-size guide to the general election manifestos
    Guardian experts compare key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, Greens, the Brexit party and Plaid Cymru in the run-up to the 2019 UK general election

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...eral-democrats

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Hi Viking, I can't tell you how you should vote. If I were a British citizen, I would consider the main issue for this election is brexit. To me, I think Britain would be better off out of the EU at the present time. If trade is a concern, both parties should be able to negotiate a free trade agreement. My personal preference would be a GATT based trade policy that allows the country to pretect industries.

    To me, the EU is run by a group of unaccountable bureaucrats. They have dogmatic policies that are guided by globalist fascists. EU is a CIA psyop, going back to the post war reconstruction, according to David Icke.

    Perhaps the EU will someday become a more responsive democracy rather than a bureacratic dictatorship. For now, however, I believe Britain is better off on its own.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Well in my mind not the Tory's
    I'm a simple easy going guy that is very upset/sad with the worlds hidden controllers!
    We need LEADERS who bat from the HEART!
    Rise up above them Dark evil doers, not within anger but with LOVE

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Im not voting.
    However if I were to I would this time vote SNP to stop Boris--I dont think some one with his record of miss-leading statements is fit to lead UK.
    The recurring statement that there will be no border between NI and UK is untrue.
    Good coming from Europe through Southern Ireland into NI and then UK would be at a different tariff and different rules will apply--so there has to be Customs checks--that's a border in my understanding.
    The DUP naturally feel Boris haas let them down--broken promises.
    Also Brexit can not be done as rapidly as he states---an immense amount of work to negotiate new tariffs.

    So this time I would have voted SNP to keep Tories out, if I voted.
    Not against home rule for Scotland but not if it creates a border between Scotland and the rest of UK
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Guys,

    I have just got through the letterbox the last of the party leaflets here in Barnsley. He is my video review:

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Frankly I dont think its about Brexit.
    Its about electing the Conservatives for another period.
    I await the result with interest
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    My last vote was three+ years ago. Thirty-five million people were ignored in the referendum, in and out. A basic MP gets £80k per year, a minister receives £141k, both + expenses. I'm speechless that anyone wants to vote for these lying scumbags. We need to sack every last one of them and start anew. Who wants to be Gov-erned anyway. Just look at the word GOVERNMENT, MENT=mind, mind control. Nope I will not be voting and the next one who enters my property to leaflet me, better be a good runner
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    So, I went to the polling booth and cast a vote.

    I didn't select any of the candidates on offer, as Zionism comes in at least 4 different colours, none of which really appeal.

    Here's what I wrote on my slip, in capital letters:

    "Free Julian Assange"


    I very nearly added "and Epstein didn't kill himself" but exercised a little restraint there
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Johnson, or illustrious leader, well until tomorrow. Hides in Freezer from MSM. Corbyn hid in the next one up lol.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Ha! Tintin, nice one.

    To be honest, for the first time ever, I'm at a loss who to vote for. I do admire a lot of Corbyn's talk, it's very smart, very measured, and he's dead right about many things. But I will never vote for socialism. As a political theory, it's not my bag. For many reasons. And in the UK, historically speaking, socialism always ends one way. With economic ruin by the end of the term, and a Tory clean sweep at the next election. Always. People tend to forget that. But then we have Boris. Another old Etonian boy, no thanks. I don't trust the Tories. Institutional liars. Then there's the Lib Dems... A bit of a joke if I'm honest. They spit at the people by not even honouring the democratic vote of Brexit, for God's sake. Their party has literally nothing. Farage, he talks the talk, but his policies beyond Brexit are wafer thin, and he's a bit too hard line for my taste.

    Nah, this election is all about which is the least of several different brands of evil (in other words 'business as usual'). I actually have no idea which box I'm going to put my 'X' in when I go to vote, in about an hour's time.

    Tintin I'm very tempted to spoil my ballot, and just write:

    "Epstein didn't kill himself."

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    Star Mariner and back
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Well I voted, but not for a candidate. I won't say what I wrote on that paper, call it an appeal. And yes my ballot will be treated as void and thrown away. But that vote went out to the Universe, and for me that still counts.
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Seems there is a massive turn out --I dont know who that will favour.
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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Slightly off topic but....

    The Final Full Moon Of This Decade On 12/12 At Exactly 12:12 AM Is Precisely 6,666 Days From 9/11
    Michael Snyder
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    [snip]

    A few days ago, hardly anyone had heard about “the 12/12 warning”, but now the Internet is buzzing with lots of speculation about what it could possibly mean. On December 12th at exactly 12:12 AM eastern time, we witnessed the very last full moon of this entire decade. As I detailed yesterday, there is only a 1 in 691,920 chance that the last full moon of this decade would fall on that exact minute in time. And many have also pointed out that the individual digits of “2019” also add up to a total of 12. You can believe that all of this is just some sort of grand coincidence if you want, but a lot of people out there are really freaking out about this.

    What makes this strange confluence of numbers even stranger is the fact that it happened exactly 6,666 days from 9/11.

    Are we about to experience huge change to our current paradigm.?

    Or perhaps all planned by the controller's, we all know how much they love their dates and numbers...

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Well I decided not to vote as per Greybeard and co...

    One day I hope and pray the play will change, but it certainly won't be changing with a few crosses here and there. In the meantime I'll create in my own bubble where I need to be for the time being.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    General Election 2019: Boris Johnson on course to win big majority say exit polls

    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/uk-general...073652940.html

    SNP looks to have a landslide.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Quote Posted by Tintin (here)
    So, I went to the polling booth and cast a vote.

    I didn't select any of the candidates on offer, as Zionism comes in at least 4 different colours, none of which really appeal.

    Here's what I wrote on my slip, in capital letters:

    "Free Julian Assange"


    I very nearly added "and Epstein didn't kill himself" but exercised a little restraint there
    LOL, i was going to do the same but I was lazy and stayed in as it was raining. Glad you did it.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

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    Slightly off topic but....

    The Final Full Moon Of This Decade On 12/12 At Exactly 12:12 AM Is Precisely 6,666 Days From 9/11
    Michael Snyder
    The Most Important News
    December 12, 2019

    [snip]

    A few days ago, hardly anyone had heard about “the 12/12 warning”, but now the Internet is buzzing with lots of speculation about what it could possibly mean. On December 12th at exactly 12:12 AM eastern time, we witnessed the very last full moon of this entire decade. As I detailed yesterday, there is only a 1 in 691,920 chance that the last full moon of this decade would fall on that exact minute in time. And many have also pointed out that the individual digits of “2019” also add up to a total of 12. You can believe that all of this is just some sort of grand coincidence if you want, but a lot of people out there are really freaking out about this.

    What makes this strange confluence of numbers even stranger is the fact that it happened exactly 6,666 days from 9/11.

    Are we about to experience huge change to our current paradigm.?

    Or perhaps all planned by the controller's, we all know how much they love their dates and numbers...

    Viking
    I can easily believe that they planned the date for the election and you are correct
    about their obsession with numbers as we have seen countless times before.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Congratulations! I love it that Brexit got a clear victory again with Johnson's victory.

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    Default Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    The latest polls predicted a possible hung parliament with highly organized tactical voting expected to be hugely effective.
    How to turn this into a Tory landslide ? Easy peasy.

    You conduct exit polls in all the close constituencies, using facsimile ballot papers identical to the real thing – true, I read it yesterday, and no doubt thousands can testify to it. You then have all day to prepare to substitute real ballot papers with these forged ones – Tories get to vote twice, others not at all.

    These exit polls were themselves criminal, a big No No. And a big smoking gun: there can have been no other motive behind such a massive forgery than a Con landslide. The thousands of victims need to file a complaint. But they will be seen as bad losers: it is all those dumb northerners’ fault. And for once the conspiracy theorists won’t be interested, because those losers are on the winning side.



    A very slick piece of work.


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