Nigel Farage

gps

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We need you back Nigel, if not the most popular politician then definitely the 2nd ( toss up with Boris ).


Without you ukip is nothing and without you brexit is in danger.
 
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We need you back Nigel, if not the most popular politician then definitely the 2nd ( toss up with Boris ).


Without you ukip is nothing and without you brexit is in danger.
If you gave garage a party with proper policies he would be a force
 

Jurek

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lol. grasping at straws the lot of you. the writing is on the wall. and its red. farage and boris are nothing but scam artists and political opportunists. if you want to see someone with real integrity here he is:

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lol. grasping at straws the lot of you. the writing is on the wall. and its red. farage and boris are nothing but scam artists and political opportunists. if you want to see someone with real integrity here he is:

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Jurek...I'm not a hardliner so this is a genuine question as it's one of the the things that stopped me voting....how do you feel on his view on nuclear weapons? He is basically a pacefist and the world would know we had a shaky unsure finger on the button which I believes weakens us......what are your views on Trident
 

gps

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lol. grasping at straws the lot of you. the writing is on the wall. and its red. farage and boris are nothing but scam artists and political opportunists. if you want to see someone with real integrity here he is:

jeremy-at-no-10_bbc-news.png


The man who still thinks he won this election what a fool you both are
 

Simon85

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Garage got the f**k out of there once he managed to get brexit, he knew there was no plan, was all a pipe dream and he got out while the going was Good before it was put on to him to help sort the mess out. And he was called on his 350m to the NHS lie as he backtracked from that days after the vote. His day has come and gone
 

Jurek

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im fine with his view on nuclear weapons. because ive actually thought about it rather than be mugged by the mass hysteria in the tory press. hes against a first strike policy. in that while there is still a chance of a negotiated settlement he wouldnt strike first and launch nuclear weapons against an enemy who would then retaliate and the world as we know it would be annihilated. i think thats a sensible policy and one which i agree with. theresa may on the other hand has said that she would strike first. because she wants to be seen as strong. but who would be left standing lodan?
 

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Jurek...I'm not a hardliner so this is a genuine question as it's one of the the things that stopped me voting....how do you feel on his view on nuclear weapons? He is basically a pacefist and the world would know we had a shaky unsure finger on the button which I believes weakens us......what are your views on Trident
He wants to rid world of nuclear deterrents, not a bad idea, but his manifesto is to keep it, even though he'd rather it wasnt there personally, he recognises, for the time being at least it is still necessary
 
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im fine with his view on nuclear weapons. because ive actually thought about it rather than be mugged by the mass hysteria in the tory press. hes against a first strike policy. in that while there is still a chance of a negotiated settlement he wouldnt strike first and launch nuclear weapons against an enemy who would then retaliate and the world as we know it would be annihilated. i think thats a sensible policy and one which i agree with. theresa may on the other hand has said that she would strike first. because she wants to be seen as strong. but who would be left standing lodan?
Do you think he would do it ( push the button) if it came to it....a lot is gamesmanship and I worry that someone who looks weak makes us weak ( again not picking a fight just the thoughts in my brain)
 
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He wants to rid world of nuclear deterrents, not a bad idea, but his manifesto is to keep it, even though he'd rather it wasnt there personally, he recognises, for the time being at least it is still necessary
I would want to rid the world of nukes as well but it won't happen...if he gets rid of ours no one would follow suit
 
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Maybe thinking about it that's part of my problem with corbyn he's an idealist and I dont feel we live on a world where that works ....the rest of the world doesn't work that way
 

gps

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He wants to rid world of nuclear deterrents, not a bad idea, but his manifesto is to keep it, even though he'd rather it wasnt there personally, he recognises, for the time being at least it is still necessary


And not for votes then ?
 
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That picture doesn't answer anything though...its very emotive but under a nuclear threat ( a very real one)/would he act....fire with fire is not my first option but at some point it might be an only option .....north Korea, what do you think they think about corbyn getting rid of nukes
 

gps

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Garage got the f**k out of there once he managed to get brexit, he knew there was no plan, was all a pipe dream and he got out while the going was Good before it was put on to him to help sort the mess out. And he was called on his 350m to the NHS lie as he backtracked from that days after the vote. His day has come and gone



What total rubbish, he has a prime time national radio show he hasn't hid, he is always on news stations around the world hammering home the need for brexit, he has seen that brexit is in trouble and is possibly coming back to take charge of ukip once more but this time with him running the show completely.
 

Jurek

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That picture doesn't answer anything though...its very emotive but under a nuclear threat ( a very real one)/would he act....fire with fire is not my first option but at some point it might be an only option .....north Korea, what do you think they think about corbyn getting rid of nukes
look at the picture again lodan. what does it mean?
 
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look at the picture again lodan. what does it mean?
I was asking a question jurek....I see the picture and agree with it, I would not want to rush into that kind of war as it would be horrific. One day it could be the only option though, do you think corbyn would be up to those sort of times....I'm not sure I do and as much as I would want to avoid it if other countries took a decision sitting around the table wouldn't maybe be an option....a table is pointless if you are the only one sat at it
 
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I been in situations where someone wanted a fist fight with me and there's no point talking cos they are rabid for it and for my safety I've hit em as hard as I can to try and knock them down cos I've known they will do me some damage if they get a chance...its the same on a horrible scale
 

Fatarm

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Does it really matter who does it first?
If your gonna be playing with nuclear weapons... Every c**t Is f**k*d:(
 
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Does it really matter who does it first?
If your gonna be playing with nuclear weapons... Every c**t Is f**k*d:(
Yes I agree but a commander and chief who would struggle with his conscience at defending us worries me
 

Jurek

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I was asking a question jurek....I see the picture and agree with it, I would not want to rush into that kind of war as it would be horrific. One day it could be the only option though, do you think corbyn would be up to those sort of times....I'm not sure I do and as much as I would want to avoid it if other countries took a decision sitting around the table wouldn't maybe be an option....a table is pointless if you are the only one sat at it
No first strike means it's too late.
A first strike means assured mutual destruction. It's macho posturing. Mays and Fallons eagerness to press that button and at the same time deride Corbyn for his moral stance shows how much more dangerous they would be.
 

Fatarm

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So one leader from wherever pushes the big red button.. Then another leader pushes the button in retaliation.. And then the allies push their button too....

Goodbye world... So there's not really much to worry about whoever is at the helm..
 

Simon85

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What total rubbish, he has a prime time national radio show he hasn't hid, he is always on news stations around the world hammering home the need for brexit, he has seen that brexit is in trouble and is possibly coming back to take charge of ukip once more but this time with him running the show completely.
Oh so he still has a political say.or hes hammering home brexit from the sidelines with the benefit of having to make no decisions and being able to dissect decisions with hindsight . Open your f**k**g eyes man.
 

Jurek

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So one leader from wherever pushes the big red button.. Then another leader pushes the button in retaliation.. And then the allies push their button too....

Goodbye world... So there's not really much to worry about whoever is at the helm..
That's exactly it. But May and Fallon will have you believe if they push that button first we will somehow be saved. We will destroy the other county before they destroy us. It doesnt happen like that. The weapons have to get to their destination. In that time the other country sees them coming and thinks f**k it. Mutual annihilation. But hey, we fired at you first so we won.
 

Fatarm

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That's exactly it. But May and Fallon will have you believe if they push that button first we will somehow be saved. We will destroy the other county before they destroy us. It doesnt happen like that. The weapons have to get to their destination. In that time the other country sees them coming and thinks f**k it. Mutual annihilation. But hey, we fired at you first so we won.
It really is that simple(y)
 

gps

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Oh so he still has a political say.or hes hammering home brexit from the sidelines with the benefit of having to make no decisions and being able to dissect decisions with hindsight . Open your f**k**g eyes man.



He could never make decisions, what are you talking about ? What he did was take votes from the Tories too ukip and as they grew he had to be listened too and as a result DC had no option but to offer the referendum
 

gps

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But it's all nonsense anyway lol when was the last nuclear strike ?


You are all talking rubbish, yes I really did say that.
 
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