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Nigel Farage steps down after achieving his ambition.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sooey, 7 Mar 2021.

  1. sooey

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    Now that Brexit is done the marvellous Nigel Farage is going to take a back seat from politics.
    But you'll all be thrilled to know that this won't be the last you'll hear of him, and it's just as well.
    From now on he says that he is going to concentrate his fire on raising awareness about the malign influence of China, or more specifically the Chinese Communist Party on virtually all aspects of public life in this country and across the western world.
    And also on the woke culture which is cancelling our history and turning millions of young men into fannys, for want of a better word.
    The two things are connected for those who don't know, the CCP has been engaged in what they call a long march through the institutions for decades.
    Being part Chinese, and as a reader of the 'Epoch Times' I am more aware than most about the extent of China's influence and I'm hopeful that Nigel can use his public persona to get others to start taking notice to the danger.
    America has fallen, and there is a Chinese puppet in the White House, so it may well be too late already.
     
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  3. fillyboy

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    Good old Nige, the EU have already pressed the self destruct button, his work is done.


    I'm not convinced about that, Sleepy Joe has reversed a lot of Trumps policies but he seems to be sticking to the Donald's Foreign policy insofar as China, whilst most of the 'civilised' western world has backed away from China, the EU have locked themselves into an investment treaty with them and Joe has openly stated his 'displeasure' at that.

    It's been an accepted fact for some years now that China will take over from the US as the worlds number one economy, as that time draws nearer, I think there are signs of a fightback, there are many countries in the far east that can readily take over as the worlds go to manufacturer, throw India in with that lot and you have a manufacturing powerhouse equivalent if not bigger than China.

    It will be interesting for sure, but I think China will be the loser, as will their backers.
     
  4. sooey

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    That was as a result of the deliberate managed decline of the US economy under Bush, Clinton and Obama, and the exporting of all the manufacturing jobs to China.
    Trump reversed all that and was kicking China's arze all over the place.
    Now that they've got him out of the way it's full steam ahead for the CCP and China Joe.
     
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    We've all done that, we've all 'exported' manufacturing overseas. We always will but it needs to be done in a more managed and intelligent way. Trump didn't reverse it, he recognised it and put sensible sanctions in place to restore some balance, he also recognised China's threat with their technology and how that can be used to influence the west.

    Bidens not stupid, more importantly, nor are his advisors.
     
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    Taking a long time this self destruct. How many years have you and gasbag been praying now?

    Lol.
     

  7. It took the Romans a while...
     
  8. Notch7

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    Sensible eh :ROFLMAO:

    Sanctions that totally forked US pig farming and Soya bean production....and needing huge subsidies to prop up the sector.

    Gee RWR really do spout total hogwash
     
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    What Utter bolox
    "Deliberate managed decline" :ROFLMAO:


    Is there no end to you list of conspiracies.
    So far we have:

    US election you claim is fraud
    Covid vaccine kills people
    Governments are making up lies about Covid to control people
    Global warming isn't real
     
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  11. ellal

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    Corrected for you...

    "Good old Nige, the UK has already pressed the self destruct button, his work is done."

    Plus he still gets his fat EU pension of course, so work is not an issue...

    A bit like some others who get paid for doing nothing useful !
     
  12. ellal

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    It can kill...

    Probably why some GP's are refusing to vaccinate asthma sufferers.
    (One suspects the GP's know a bit more than politicians or advisors who are linked to big pharma)

    If you believe they aren't, then show why...

    You do understand we are now ruled by decree don't you?
     
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    Of the 20 million vaccinated in the uk, how many have died?
     

  14. I've been told by my doctor that I can't have mine done until next month as it would do more damage than good at this moment in time. Not sure if that means death
     
  15. ellal

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    Who knows...

    And we will probably never know...

    From the official government website...

    Adverse reactions and hospitalisations
    "Unfortunately, we do not hold information on adverse vaccine reactions or hospitalisations."

    "Our mortality data is taken from the information provided on death certificates."

    (the recording of that is being questioned currently)

    COVID-19 infection after administration of vaccine
    "To provide this data, would require data linkage between vaccination records and mortality data. At present, we do not hold this information."

    Other countries are investigating links between the vaccine and deaths.
     
  16. Vinty

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    I think Tony Blair deserves credit for Brexit.
    Although that may not have been his intention.
     
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    I agree it's his biggest Legacy but many people don't or won't recognise that as history longer than last week is forgotten.
     
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