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Let`all rally behind our British PM Theresa May.

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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:06pm For our Country`s Sake. wrote:
The nonstop criticism of Theresa May in the media has been an absolute disgrace since the general election. She is written off as ‘useless’ and a ‘dead woman walking’, when the truth is that our Prime Minister deserves the respect and gratitude of every man, woman and child in Britain: nobody in the entire country has done more, and will do more, to help Jeremy Corbyn win the next general election.Theresa May has pulled no punches in assisting Labour and convincing the electorate to do the same. At some point we’ll probably gather around our TV sets just to watch her repeatedly punch herself in the face on Newsnight to show voters that the left are the only viable option for our country.Let us not forget that the obstacles for Mrs May and Labour were enormous just a few short months ago.
Corbyn seemed to be dead in the water: far behind in the polls, constantly written off as ‘unelectable’, and even derided within his own party. Things seemed hopeless. But he had a secret weapon: the incredible Theresa May, a woman who would run naked through a field of wheat with one Euro coins sticky-taped to her nipps if she thought it would stop people voting for her.
Her support for Corbyn in the general election itself was steadfast and determined, and will surely go down as one of the most glorious acts of political self-sacrifice ever witnessed.
First, she thoroughly attacked her own party’s support base by telling pensioners they would become homeless if they got dementia.
FLAMING GENIUS!
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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:07pm For our Country`s Sake. wrote:
By delivering a powerful roundhouse kick directly to the musty gonads of Britain’s over 65s, Theresa May made it clear that her party would stop at nothing in their quest to help Labour rise to power, even if that meant peeing directly in the face of anyone still cold and greedy enough to vote Tory.
But there’s more: Theresa May also realised that astute policies alone wouldn’t swing enough seats to Labour. Corbyn himself needed personal support after the hammering he had taken in the rightwing (and much of the leftwing) press.
Most of us mere mortals would have thought the best way to help Corbyn would be to debate against him but do it really badly - but not Theresa! Remember, this is a woman of uncommon guile and extraordinary political acumen. So instead, on the night of the debate she just stayed home, watched Midsomer Murders and gave Philip a blowy.
It was an act of Christ-like generosity (and not just because Philip seems like the kind of guy whose todger resembles a burst grey balloon and smells like stilton that has been sitting in the sun all day). What Theresa did was to acknowledge that what the poor and the downtrodden need isn’t just Labour going on and on about austerity: they also need a really, really, really crappy leader of the Conservative Party.
But it has been the Grenfell Tower tragedy that has really brought out Theresa May’s true colours, and shown what a tireless champion of the British people she really is.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:09pm For our Country`s Sake. wrote:
The normal human reaction to a huge tragedy is to show empathy to those who are suffering, perhaps to hug them, comfort them, and give them reassurance. But Theresa May is no ordinary human being. She has never been one to put feelings before the needs of the nation.
So instead, Theresa turned up at Grenfell Tower in a huge black coat looking like she’d gone down there just to shovel some dalmatian puppies in a sack.
She refused to talk to local residents, realising that if she did so, she ran the risk of some people thinking the Conservative Party still had a drop of humanity in their icy, privatised souls. She knew she couldn’t risk that. What Theresa realised is that acting like a slack-mouthed cyborg that has travelled back in time to feast on the hearts of grieving mothers is the best way to ensure that her party are out of power for a long, long time. Now THAT is good leadership!
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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:12pm For our Country`s Sake. wrote:
The criticism of Theresa May has to end. The poisonous attacks on a woman who would poop in her own mouth to save Britain from the Tories are unfair, uncalled for, and frankly un-British.
It is time for us to rally behind the Prime Minister, for the nation to join her cause, and help her to deliver what she has promised for so long: a strong and stable government led by Jeremy Corbyn. It will simultaneously be the greatest contribution anyone has ever made to the state of our nation, and the new 'Naughtiest Thing' Theresa May has ever done.......
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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:36pm Sad git wrote:
The poster (for the country's sake) who uses ` not ' needs some mental support. Weird doesn't even get close. Does this person have no life?
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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:40pm Confirm wrote:
Is it you again newms???? You are the only other wacko to use` in your ramblings???
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On Sun 18 Jun at 1:45pm Bored wrote:
@For our Countrys future
When will you guys accept you came second , a valiant effort but second .
When will everyone stop using the tower block fire to score political points, I doubt very much whether anyone in any of the major parties actually built those flats or started the fire so blame can be laid elsewhere when facts are known . Now the nation should be united in helping people re heal their lives after such a tragedy .
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On Sun 18 Jun at 2:01pm Watt Thefukk wrote:
It's a beautiful sunny day, here's a thought, why not go and play in the sandpit or try riding your bike with the stabilisers off.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 3:17pm Deja Vu wrote:
She is a sea woman walking, queen speak crapped again and a rebellion in the offing... doubt she will make it to the end of July.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 3:38pm Mermaid wrote:
I am a sea woman, you sir are a mollusc. Kind regards.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 5:51pm Why should I wrote:
In word NO, May will do nothing for the good of the people. She will do what is good for Tory party and Rich. Brexit will be about what's good for them not us or the country as a whole. That is why she is getting roasted, and deserves it too.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 6:13pm Post sense on the Lewes wrote:
Forum ? When the lunatics have taken over the asylum.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 6:38pm Mark wrote:
Newms is an extremely slippery fish but I don't think that this is him. It's quite funny and he doesn't really do humour. The weird use of the ` is like him but he's never uncouth. There are swearwords in there. Must be a different person who also struggles with understanding how keyboards work.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 6:38pm @knob wrote:
By name by nature eh?
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On Sun 18 Jun at 6:44pm Deja Vu wrote:
She will do nothing, rebellion in the offing if she goes for anything but a hard Brexit, not enough seats to go for a hard Brexit. DUP deal doesn't look likely now, which leaves her 1 option, try to get a deal with labour. Pathetic woman leading a pathetic party, voted in by a bunch of "wanna be rich" lemmings.
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On Sun 18 Jun at 7:09pm Bollox wrote:
Poorly educated tripe from the left wing there
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On Sun 18 Jun at 9:51pm The people wrote:
She has said everything and done nothing and lacks understanding, she has to go and the 1922 Committee will all ready be preparing the way for her successor.....
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On Mon 19 Jun at 12:12am wrote:
Am I the only person that thinks she's deliberately precipitating her own downfall?
Let's face it, we all know how politics works - she can easily step down and land a plum job in some empire that will make use of the contacts she's built, some corporation that can profit handsomely by wining and dining the right people to get law changes for their benefit.
Far more lucrative, and a lot less work than having to be treated like minor royalty on The One Show and having to put up with the proles' indignant ire.
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On Mon 19 Jun at 6:32am Normal person wrote:
The fact that the first few posts were all written at about the same time indicates that they were all written by the same troll. Ignore this thread; and go outside to enjoy what promises to be another fine day.
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On Mon 19 Jun at 6:45am wrote:
I thought they were posted by the same person too. Mind you, I based my thinking on their using the same name each time, but your method is good too!
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On Mon 19 Jun at 2:02pm Town Flyer wrote:
The posts from "For our country's sake" are very funny and sum up how I too feel about Theresa May. She is to be despised.
to "Bored": The reason she is to blame for the Grenfell tragedy is that she has been home sec since 2010, and a member of the party that didn't bother to make the homes safe, favouring giving themselves pay rises, pocketing the money, and dishing it out to their rich friends and corporations.
 
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On Mon 19 Jun at 2:35pm Sad git hunter wrote:
The posts are a copy of a Emyln Pearce facebook post. The person on this forum has no original thoughts of their own or a job judging by the time they spend on here....they are plainly a nutjob


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