Coltheox

Coltheox

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12 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Vaccines. The United K... · 0 replies · +1 points

I find it absolutely incredible that some on here seem quite willing to see the old and vulnerable in this country die as long as we give some of our home produced vaccine to others who haven't had the wherewithal to get their act together. It shows just how deeply engrained is the love of the corrupt EU by the Remoaners.

The EU had it's opportunity at the same time as we did. They failed to take it. They now have to take their place in the queue as has been pointed out to them by AstraZeneca.

Well done Boris and the Government. They acted quickly and nimbly. I am extremely grateful that they did, as I was lucky enough to have received my first vaccine last weekend. Had we been part of the failed EU procurement policy, if one can actually call it that, then I would still be waiting for many months yet.

The EU has been a shambles once again. Now others still in the EU are breaking ranks and sourcing their own vaccines. It would have been for batter for them had they done so in the first place. I'll bet that they won't make that mistake again!

12 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Vaccines. The United K... · 0 replies · +1 points

Totally agree, Booker.

17 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Iain Dale: Your Brexit... · 0 replies · +1 points

Quite correct. Fake Tory Agent has come out from under his stone where he crawled last December.

Ignore him and his fifth columnist EU apologists. They are yesterdays men, who have done everything that they could to undermine democracy. They have failed, and it is good to see the rabble so utterly destroyed.

17 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Iain Dale: Your Brexit... · 0 replies · +1 points

Quite correct. Fake Tory Agent has come out from under his stone where he crawled last December.

Ignore him and his fifth columnist EU apologists. They are yesterdays men, who have done everything that they could to undermine democracy. They have failed, and it is good to see the rabble so utterly destroyed.

20 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Robert Halfon: The pol... · 0 replies · +1 points

How very, very true. An Association cannot run itself. It requires volunteers, and a level of professionally paid staff.

In my opinion, the Party needs to adopt far more widely the example of the West Kent Federation, where several Constituencies came together under the auspices of a very capable agent, Andrew Kennedy, and all worked out of one office.

The hardest task is to actually achieve the level of working together. Far too many Constituencies would rather, it seems, struggle on alone than collaborate with their fellow Constituencies. Until that mind set changes, it will be hard to make progress.

21 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Priti Patel v The Thing · 0 replies · +1 points

Well said Jonathan. Exactly what I believe. If the 'Snivel Serpents' can't stand the heat,.............

Well done Priti. It's long overdue that some backsides were kicked. The Government makes the policy. The Civil Service enacts that policy. If they can't do that, then they should be booted out.

22 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - David Skelton: It was ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Sometimes it is necessary to look to the past to deliver for the future. Any 'Reset' must have the North of England firmly at its centre. Those working class men and women, many who voted for us for the first time, have put their trust in the Conservative Party, and Boris, to deliver; firstly on Brexit and then the economy. With a growing economy the other elements of Government become possible. Health, welfare, housing, roads and a whole plethora of needs can be delivered.

As a 'Working Class Tory' myself, although not from the North (My family moved South from Yorkshire over a century ago) I very much associate myself with the working men and women of this country. As I mentioned at the start, lessons can be learnt. I have always been a great admirer of Joe Chamberlain, although he passed away long before I was born. 'Our Joe', as the people of Birmingham used to call him, really delivered municipal policies for the people rather than political dogma. There is a lesson, and a very big lesson, to be learnt from how the Chamberlain family, originally radical Liberals, but who became Conservatives, really delivered for Birmingham. Looking at how they did it, and bringing what Joe Chamberlain did into the modern age should be an aspiration, in my opinion.

23 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Biden is a conservativ... · 13 replies · +1 points

Biden is a IRA Terrorist sympathiser; he also has been known to support the Ku Klax Klan.

He is a senile, dementia suffering old pervert. There is nothing remotely conservative about him, either with a large or small 'C'.

23 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - David Gauke: If Johnso... · 0 replies · +1 points

This is the last squeak of the 'Remoaners' who simply cannot get it into their heads that at four elections now (The Referendum, the last ever Euro elections, the 2017 general election, and last December's general election) the British people have voted overwhelmingly for those who have said they will leave the EU.

One only has to see the concerted effort of the likes of Gauke and the old lush Soubrey that this is a planned attempt to derail the democratic wish of the majority. Boris had better not cave in now, for if he does, it will be the end of him, and the Conservative Party will be out of power for a generation, if not longer.

23 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - A one-term President B... · 0 replies · +1 points

If - and it's a big If - he does actually come out as the winner in what has been the most crooked American election I have ever had the misfortune to witness, then he won't last one term, let alone fight again in four years time.

Biden is very obviously, even to the most casual observer, suffering from Dementia. Yes, it may be in its early stages, but it is worrying when he calls Donald Trump 'George', and then calls his son in law (I believe) by the name of Biden's dead son! Why does anyone think that he (Biden) remained hidden away in his Basement for the duration of the election? He was never subjected to real scrutiny, and the Media were behind him almost to a man. This had been planned all along. The Democrat Party knew that they could fiddle the voting figures, and therefore did not want Biden out there where his shortcomings would become glaringly obvious to all; and his 'Running Mate' Kamala Harris is a real Socialist, and she kept her head down during the campaign. It is now apparent that she will succeed him as his Vice President when he is declared 'unfit for office' sometime in the next year, or two at the most. I used to think that Mayor Daley, former Mayor of Chicago during the 1960 Presidential election was a first rate gerrymander. He can't hold a candle to the current load of crooks fiddling the vote in the Democrat Party.