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The Brexit Party: Launched
Started by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Nigel Farage is back with the launch of the Brexit Party and it is not just to fight in the more than likely European Elections, the Brexit Party is going to stand in the Local Elections and when it happens the General Election, because ALL of the political parties need to be sorted out and turfed out, because they are an absolute disgrace and they have made a mockery of democracy and made this country the laughing stock of the world and of the political parties in Westminster, they couldn't run the proverbial piddle up in a brewery, never mind deliver the democratic will of the British people, lets hope that the Brexit Party can do ....

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47907350

Full video of Nigel Farage speech
https://youtu.be/O1hpn69GnXI?t=703

Posted by: fred mason (2783)   Report abuse
TTS,

I totally agree with you.

I voted for Nigel and will vote again when it comes up. He is the most straight talking man I have ever come across in politicians.

I wonder if many others agree with this. It'll be interesting to see.

Posted by: roylew (3030) Report abuse
He calls a spade a spade...and that’s just what’s needed...the Euro leaders will be.........themselves

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Have you signed up for membership TTS? I have, £25, a bargain.

Posted by: fred mason (2783)   Report abuse
Thanks for the info, Jazzy...I have just signed up also...

£25 well spent.

I think that Nigel may be on roll with this as we are so fed up with the Parliamentarians at the moment. Great timing for him, if so.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
I just wish they had managed to field candidate in the local elections Fred. They would vote for a cow with a blue rosette here, no matter what the Tories do.

Brexit Party

Posted by: fred mason (2783)   Report abuse
So true, Jazzy..

By the way, I have posted my thoughts on Facebook and asked my friends to share...I think we need to help Nigel in anyway we can..I believe he is going to go viral with this. Good on him..

I am so angry and upset with this lot.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Jazzy

Yes I have signed up and paid me £25

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Well done TTS, I think we will find it worth the investment.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
There seems to be no alternative but the Brexit party. And both Labour and the Tories are playing right into their hands. Both of the main parties have let this country down, more than time for a change. I know where my X will be going in May, or not, depending on the candidates.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
I agree and just recently I have watched that film about Winston Churchill "The Darkest Hour" which I think is a very good film and me dad told me that during the war, listening to Churchill's speeches on the radio, made folk feel better, it gave people hope, it gave people something to rally around, because in the eyes of the public, the politicians on both sides of the house had let the people down, by following the policy of appeasement of Hitler and the Germans during the 1930's in that as Hitler had started to flex his military muscle, the British government just continued talking with him and trying to persuade him to stop his murderous military expansion and Churchill said that appeasement wouldn't work and that we would have to fight a war to get rid of Hitler and he was proved right and the rest is history.

Today the EU is run by the Germans, the EU currency is basically the old German Deutsche Mark, they have given us a lousy deal, which has one Greek chap says, is the sort of deal you would give to a country, which you have just conquered in war, they have watched the British Parliament tear itself apart over the last few months and done nothing to help, only keep saying that there is no other deal, take that one or have no deal at all and that is what the EU and the Germans wanted, they wanted Britain to tear itself apart, in order to deter any other EU countries from leaving the EU and Theresa May is just acting like a puppet for the EU and with all the talk from her and the other senior Tories, saying that we are definitely going to be leaving the EU , the saying comes to mind "Actions Speak Louder Than Words" because we have not left the EU have we and we aren't going to leave the EU and I think everything which has gone on over the last few months is just a charade to overturn the referendum result, in order to keep us in the EU , a very carefully choreographed blame game, in which everyone blames everyone else, until the last person who is blamed, is the person who voted to leave the EU

And there you have it, a fait accompli, a coup d'etat if you want to be French about it, because they don't like us do they the blood French and they never have done and that is after us with the help of others (the USA) got them out of the cack during WW2 and liberated them from the Germans and the war time leader of France, one Charles de Gaulle, he was one ungrateful, traitorous, shithouse

We have been shafted and shafted fine style, by the political establishment, betrayed by the bloody lot of the them and they can look people in the face and say we are having the EU elections, I mean you can't make it up can you, fact as become stranger than fiction, because if six months ago, someone had said "we are not going to leave the EU on the 29th March and we will be holding the EU elections in May" you would have said that was 'pure fiction'

So listening to Nigel Farage's speech yesterday was a Churchillian event, because in the midst of this political outrage, there is a voice of hope, a voice for and on behalf of the people and it doesn't matter if you are Labour, Liberal or Tory, if you voted to leave, we now have something to get behind and give the political establishment a damn good political kicking

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
Yes they need a good kicking. They have ignored the feelings of the people of this country far too long. Time to reap what they have sown.

Posted by: mortarmillbill (449) Report abuse
I wonder if Nigel Farage can find candidates for the local elections in Wigan at such short notice?

Posted by: Salmon & Ball (194)  Report abuse
Britain has torn ITSELF apart due to the vote on leaving the EU.
You can't get more equally divided than 51.9% for Leave and 48.1% for Remain.

Hence, the divided UK. Almost 50/50!

Posted by: bentlegs (4352) Report abuse
TTs, It will only be Ukip over again,

Posted by: tuddy (975) Report abuse
What's their policies on the N.H.S. education, workplace health and safety, trade union rights, social justice, taxation, etc?

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Salmon & ball

Well there you go, it's the fault of the leave voters, as I have said earlier, it is a very carefully choreographed blame game.

So why did we have the referendum then, was it only supposed to be an 'indicative' vote?

Because the political parties (note the pleural) said they would enact the result of the referendum.

bentlegs

UKIP is now toxic as far as the general public are concerned and it does not have a hope in hells chance of mobilising the 'leave' voters again, it was created to bring about a referendum on leaving the EU and it succeeded in that and after the referendum it should in my opinion have been disbanded, with 'job done and thank you very much' and that was basically what Nigel Farage said after the referendum, when he resigned as leader of UKIP
But other UKIP members wanted to keep it going and turn it into a mainstream permanent political party and in that process over last almost three years, UKIP has made a piss poor job of it, with umpteen leaders and controversy after controversy, which seems to be caused by extreme right wing elements taking over the party, elements which are racist, homophobic and most recently it's association with Tommy Robinson and that is the toxic agenda UKIP has been following, because the EU agenda was settled nearly three years ago in 2016 and that agenda of having a vote to leave the EU as only just returned in the last few weeks, with the brexit not being delivered.

So in view of the toxic 'shit' which now surrounds UKIP surely it is better to have a brand new party, which does not have the [[BAGGAGE]] which UKIP now carries around with it.

tuddy: said

"What's their policies on the N.H.S. education, workplace health and safety, trade union rights, social justice, taxation, etc?"

Yesterday if you listen to what Nigel Farage said, he said that the brexit party will have policies on the things you have you have mentioned, because he says that the new party is going to be permanent and it is going to be a force in British politics for the foreseeable future, because of what the existing mainstream political parties have done in betraying brexit and democracy and the will of the British people.

So tuddy I would say the answer to your questions is that at present the brexit party have no policies on the things you have mentioned.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
I think there should be another referendum and this time everyone over 60 years of age should not taken allowed to vote.

This age group have had their careers, bought their properties, raised their families and are now living off their pensions or looking forward to retirement and are the ones least likely to be affected by any economic implications brexit may throw up.




Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
I don't know if we will have a Brexit part candidate here, or not, but they need a fighting fund, so that's why I joined. UKIP were only ever really a pressure group. They had plenty of time and the money to develop into a mainstream party if they had wanted to, but they lost direction. I have watched Nigel on YouTube and he is a fine orator. But the Brexit party should be fielding candidates in the local elections. If we can engineer a GE this year, can you imagine the reaction in Brussels.? Ha ha, I'd love a ticket to those negotiations.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
I think it is to late for the local elections.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
SD, if the result of a first referrendum is not to be honoured, what makes you think the result of a second one will be? I am over 60, I worked all my life, paid my taxes, and I should be deprived of a vote but not a teenager or young person, who has contributed nothing, but knows better than I do? This is about democracy and freedom, not about if I would have to pay more in roaming charges for my mobile in Europe, or have to buy insurance if Im holidaying there. Accepting the vote is democracy, We do not take the vote away from people who we think might have a different opinion. The Tories won the last GE with a whisker, pity we can't rerun that. Personally I think Labour and Tory voters should have the vote taken away .
Everyone over the age of 18 has a vote, in ALL of our elections. That's the law.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
From the leaflet delivered to every household in the country by Prime Minister David Cameron:

“Your decision. Nobody else’s. Not politicians’, not Parliament’s. Not lobby groups’. Not mine. Just you. You, the British people, will decide.

“At that moment, you will hold this country’s destiny in your hands. This is a huge decision for our country, perhaps the biggest we will make in our lifetimes. And it will be the final decision.

“So to those who suggest that a decision in the referendum to leave would merely produce another stronger renegotiation and then a second referendum in which Britain would stay, I say think again.

And the referendum that follows will be a once in a generation choice. An in or out referendum.

“When the British people speak, their voice will be respected, not ignored. If we vote to leave, then we will leave. There will not be another renegotiation and another referendum.”

Posted by: tuddy (975) Report abuse
So the Brexit Party are asking people to send money to fund them when no one knows what their policies are on anything except leaving the E.U. without a deal?

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
In another 20 or so years the outcome of brexit won’t mean a thing to you or me because we will be pushing up the daisies but to someone born today it will have a huge impact. I don’t want to deny future generations of the opportunities and chances that I have had so far in life. A good steady career and standard of living, the ability to buy a nice house, a decent pension. These are the things that matter to our kids and all brexit will do is add more uncertainty. Yes everyone is entitled to a vote but if these things don’t concern you as a person.......I can live with it



Posted by: berylh (1747) Report abuse
The problem with a Nigel Farage vote is, he wouldn't get enough seats to govern outright so who would he share leadership with? - then we are back to square one again!

Posted by: PeterP (6937) Report abuse
Stardelta I am over 60 and I can remember joining the Common Market and we has a nation have been ripped off since. If we have a second vote I hope more over 60's vote to get us out of the Multi billion pound mess which is the EU.Has an Audit ever been done on how much money is wasted by the unelected MEP'sIn todays paper they have spent over 1/4 million pounds on cushions to sit on for about 2 hours a week

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
The EU has ripped us off?

Please explain how, and at the same time please explain how we have also benefited so we can draw a fair comparison

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Let's just kick the EU into touch without a deal and have done.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Oh look Terry is back, we’re your ears burning?

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Back?

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
SD when we had the referrendum to stay in the Common Market, there were also people who aren't alive 40 years on, but they voted to stay in and there is a big impact to those who are still here. What you can live with is entirely up to you, what others can live with, is entirely up to them. Do we really disenfranchise people because of a different point of view. This is supposed to be a democracy, not a Dictatorship. If you take away the vote from sections of people who have differing opinions than you, how long do you think it would before voting was stopped entirely, and we just had rule imposed upon us. And I intend to still be here in 20 years time, I'm not as old as you!

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Don’t know don’t care.

All that concerns me are those that will be left when my innings is over..

Btw.....you have told me your age and I am not even close to you.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Tuddy, no one is obliged to fund any political party. But in order to fight elections they need funding. That is true for all political parties. And as for not having a full manifesto, have a read of the ones from the last GE, and decide if they are worth the paper they are printed on. The manifestos of Labour and Tories have been proved to be outright lies. With the Brexit party, we know what they stand for, in this instance. We can reconsider if appropriate once a full manifesto is published. One step at a time.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
TerryW, agreed LETS GO WTO

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Funny how you seem to be active around the same time as certain others.

Must be coincidence eh

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Lost me there.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
TerryW I think SD is referring to me ....or perhaps I'm you....or maybe I'm Mindar. Don't worry if he wants us to know, he won't hesitate to tell us.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
tuddy: said

"So the Brexit Party are asking people to send money to fund them when no one knows what their policies are on anything except leaving the E.U. without a deal?"

Yes, the reason for the party being formed is so that 'leavers' can have a vehicle for fighting back against the 'betrayal' by the existing political establishment, which includes ALL the political parties, Labour, Tory, LibDem, SNP who have not enacted the will of the British people by not leaving the EU

The protocols involved in setting up a new political party will be something like a meeting will be called of all the members and a Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer will be proposed, seconded and then elected by a majority vote and then a steering committee will be elected on the same lines, with committee members being proposed, seconded and voted on and one of the jobs of that committee will be to carry out research, to find out what the members of the party wish the party to carry out in the form of party policy and that will be probably be carried out by a dedicated 'policy committee' and so this research can be a straight forward asking for policy ideas from members and from these ideas questionnaire's can be drawn up and then sent out to members, so that the party can find out who it is and what it wants and that sort of stuff takes time, because it would be wrong for Nigel Farage to decide what political policies the party is going to follow, that is not democratic and thus impossible to determine in advance, the policies of the party will have to be decided in a democratic fashion by the membership of the party and for my £25 I want a say in what those policies are and I will want to be invited to a conference to vote on those policies, so in other words the membership of the party, have to be 'consulted' on what the policies of the party should be.

I have a bit of experience in stuff like this, in that I was one of the founding members of the TGWU Cab Branch in Wigan in the 1980's and we had to have minimum amount of people who showed an interest in forming the branch, by each of us writing a letter to the TGWU main mon in Wigan and we needed a minimum number of people to show an interest, in order to have a quorum, to legally elect a Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and Committee for the branch and when the TGWU had received enough letters from interested persons, the TGWU then called for the meeting, which was held in the TGWU building, which is behind the bus station and the union is now called the Unite union and at the meeting the TGWU man, made sure there was enough of us there for a quorum and then he invited the Chairman from a neighbouring Cab Branch, which was the chap from the Liverpool Branch who took the meeting and he explained how the branch worked etc he then took nominations and seconds for the position of Chairman and the oversaw the vote, which was by a show of hands and this was also supervised by the chap from the TGWU and then the new Chairman was invited to take his position by the Chairman from Liverpool, who then stepped down and the new Chairman, then officiated on electing the Secretary and Treasurer of the new branch and I think it was at the second meeting that we elected the committee, it was a long time ago.

So tuddy can you go and tell Whupsy that I am not a Tory I am actually a union man and HERE you can have the song too, give him that an all

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
TTS well said old bean. 👍🏼

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Fank yoo

Posted by: Diston (134) Report abuse
SD, have you seen the youth unemployment in greece and spain caused by the eu, the remainers want a second vote do they, thats what happened in ireland and denmark they voted no to joining the eu but they didnt accept that so they had another vote and suprise suprise they voted to join the eu [rigged vote].There terrified of the uk leaving because France and Germany will want a vote next, and if france dont get one there will be big trouble.

Posted by: tuddy (975) Report abuse
So as far as you know Tommy one of the policies of the Brexit party might be to castrate all founding members of the TGWU Cab Branch in Wigan.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
tuddy

Well yes and I suppose I would have to go with the majority

Posted by: tonker (19831)   Report abuse
Bob's union support Lisa Nandy!

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
In the local elections, and the European Elections to follow, just for once, don't vote for an individual, don't vote for your usual party, if you believe in freedom and Democracy for our country, vote for who you believe will give us that. They can't be any worse than who we have now surely? Then once we achieve that, we can think again about who we want to run the country.

Posted by: mortarmillbill (449) Report abuse
Jazzy

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
I agree, so in Wigan don't vote Labour or Tory or LibDem, in somewhere like Ince, they are lucky, they have a comedian to vote for, in the other wards vote for any independent candidates, if you are lucky enough to have one, because the deadline for nominating for candidates closed about a month ago

Posted by: grimshaw (1614)  Report abuse
Anyone who thinks Farage has the interests of the british public at heart is living in cloud cuckoo land .

Posted by: tonker (19831)   Report abuse
Bob sez, " in somewhere like Ince, they are lucky, they have a comedian to vote for"

Yes, but only for the local councillors elections. The outcome of which makes no difference whatsoever.
The whole of Wigan borough could vote for the Raving Loonies and it wouldn't make any difference. It's who runs the country that counts.
Come a general election and the mark will always go in the red box!

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Grimshaw, compared to our current lot of Dictators, he's certainly got the country at heart IMO. On this single issue he campaigned for over 20 years. It must be important to him, otherwise he would have given up long before now. And he's still he's trying to get us out.

If you believe in Freedom and Democracy, he's the only game in town.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Tonker, the Raving Loony Party manifesto from 2017. Best of the lot!


The Loonys


Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Tonker, I agree Local Elections and European elections are different to General Elections, people do follow their previous favourites in a GE. BUT this year a vote for Democracy will have a wide spread effect, in LE and EU Elections. and get Theresa the Appeaser out.

Whichever side of the great divide people stand, there is something bigger at stake than Leavers or Remainers. It's Democracy. For Remainers in particular, next it will be your vote that is ignored, irrelevant or overturned. It will be YOU that didn't understand what you were voting for. Depend on it.

Posted by: tonker (19831)   Report abuse
But, Bob's union will still keep donating funds to their MP member, Lisa Nandy, regardless of her voting against what the majority of her constituents wanted!

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Why has moaning mindar not said anything about this thread???????

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Good ere innit?

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Beltin

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
A straight forward action on our part for leaving turned into a bumbling mess by May. All we actually needed to do was give our notice in and walk, we don't need any deals this would have stopped all the moaning remainers in their tracks.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
You've gone rules of the site yet you and a few others are constantly breaking the rules.


I wonder why moaning mindar hasn't said anything about this?????

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
I'm joining in on what seems a relevant and popular post.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
: TerryW (122)100+ Report abuse

The three main antagonists make it very difficult for new members on the message board. I am very wary of posting now


Like I said........FOS!

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
It was showing last night on the news, that all those temporary studios on College Green, outside of Parliament, where the media interviewed politicians, with the heckling, caterwauling, flag waving morons in the background, they have all been removed now.

So that's your democracy for you, the powers that be, the 'real' powers be, they have now completed their tyrannical task and thwarted the will of the British people

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
We should get out now before we are sucked into being part of a federal superstate. I'm not a fan of Farage but would back him on this.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Well said, sd, well and truly sussed

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Hello Tommy. That was always their plan, they have a lot to lose if we depart.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Yes, we have been well and truly shafted ...

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
But tez it breaks the rules of the site, you know the ones you was on about

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
basil

Yoo are rooining me topic, can yoo not eff off and squabble on another less important topic

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Just saying, is tez different than anybody else, he was crying about rules the other day now he's joining in and breaking them

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
How can you shake you head, when you've told me to eff off 😠😠😠😠😠

Shocking, I'm hurt.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Baz, you are partly right. The rules do say no politics. I believe this arose from the hoo haa those people from Ashton caused about 4 years ago. They were trolling for members, promoting their party, and causing general mayhem.

However, if you look under Home/Wigan message boards you get this,





So it's a bit of a buggers muddle really. One place you can't talk about politics, another place you can. Ron will let us know if he feels we've gone astray.

Hey Ho!

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
TTS, where did you get the emoji please.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
I'm not interested in politics, it makes me laugh when you get someone who goes on about rules. Then breaks them, then another one who only says politics are not allowed when certain people post.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Baz, it's not easy to sort things out when you first join. I'm still looking for the like button after not being on the site for ages. Have some patience, then people may return to favour? Worth a try?

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Jazzy

I can't remember where I found the emoji, I just copied the link to it (right click on it)

Posted by: broady (14314)   Report abuse
Walshy,
Weren’t you on here at least four or five times when you got banned?

Posted by: baker boy (14339) Report abuse
sad dog the world best socialist/pc expert says over sixties should not be allowed to vote .has ever SD, the people who disagree with your views are /should be treated like vermin.
socialist ideology fit for nowt but flushing down the pan with all the other crap.

Posted by: fedup (146) Report abuse
Anyone concerned over Brexit should read John Redwood's letter to the Attorney General which takes apart the "Withdrawal Agreement"!

Posted by: baker boy (14339) Report abuse
walshy it helps if like you, you make your own rules up ,then breaks em and calls it a readjustment of your posting policy.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Still no comments off moaning mindar about this politics thread.

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Seems you are the only one moaning about the thread now, Basil.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
That's because moaning mindar as not got the bottle to post on this.

Selective moaning

Posted by: nanajacqui (2035)  Report abuse
Still no answer to broady from walshy

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse
Selective reading, Nana.

Posted by: mindar (1275) Report abuse
I choose not to Basil brush you are the one that is moaning. Troll of the highest order.



Posted by: basil brush (10709)10,000+ Report abuse

Why has moaning mindar not said anything about this thread???????

Posted by: basil brush (10711)10,000+ Report abuse

That's because moaning mindar as not got the bottle to post on this.

Selective moaning

Replied: 16th Apr 2019 at 18:08

Replied: 15th Apr 2019 at 09:54

Posted by: basil brush (10709)10,000+ Report abuse

You've gone rules of the site yet you and a few others are constantly breaking the rules.


I wonder why moaning mindar hasn't said anything about this?????

Replied: 15th Apr 2019 at 12:19


Posted by: basil brush (10709)10,000+ Report abuse

Still no comments off moaning mindar about this politics thread.

Replied: 16th Apr 2019 at 15:54

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
But didn't you skryke on here that politics wasn't allowed on this site?????

Nice to see the 🐔 🐔 🐔 🐔 following each other around

Posted by: nanajacqui (2035)  Report abuse
Mindar you've got a stalker he's obsessed with you

Posted by: mindar (1275) Report abuse
Sadly yes Nanj, he's moaning about someone not moaning

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Haha, hypocrite moaning mindar

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
You really are a troll Basil. Leave people alone.

Posted by: nanajacqui (2035)  Report abuse
I said I liked Terry from his first post & I like him even more for sticking up to the biggest troll on here

Posted by: momac (9755)  Report abuse
I agree NJ..he's like a breath of fresh air.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
He is indeed. Walshy shows time and time again what he is and what he is about. And that is creating trouble at every opportunity.

Posted by: broady (14314)   Report abuse
Poor Walshy. One of my favourite posters. Always clear, precise, intelligent comments not like “ sum people” You no where you are when he comments.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Looks like the "new members" are hypocrites as well.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
New members Baz?

What new members?

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Yes new members, believe it or not sd, mindar and tez are new members, honestly, i know they've soon settled in, learned how to post links, claim to no long serving decent members, reopening old threads and one laying the law down about posting politics, then being an hypocrite, but they are new members

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
And they have all bonded, they all talk in a similar fashion and post within minutes of each other.

They must think people are daft

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
There's nowt wrong wi bein daft

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
And they all turn up together to have a go at us decent posters

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
I have never been a member of Wigan world before I joined. I am computer literate so can post links and all kinds of stuff believe it or not. I would suggest you both stop telling lies and ask the admin of the site as to what is true or not. You both are really boring following each other around like lost sheep and accusing people of things you have no idea about. Leave people alone and stop trolling everyone's posts.

Posted by: basil brush (11430) Report abuse
Agree, TTS.

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
How lucky he ignored my post, or did he just not have any truthful answers.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Hope you don’t think I am trolling Tel old sport but I have to say your comments and the way in which you deliver them?..... Not very,..... what’s therm now?????? Oh yes.......Manly!.....are they?

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse
A touch of homophobia creeping in now,eh, Sledge?



Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
You are there again Leccymac, backing Terry up.

Quelle surprise!

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Sorry, forgot to include the.......”assuming once again you are talking to me” line

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse
I'm not backing anyone up.

Just noting your homophobic comment, is all

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
I would ask you if you thought Tel come across as more feminine than masculine but you would creep off back under your stone and refuse to answer me.......right?

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse


His posts come across as masculine to me (not that it matters)

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Well I'm not a female and to be honest it's you who are following men about on a website like George Micheal in a toilet.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Careful Tel, Leccymac will accuse you of being homophobic if you say things like that...,,,oh hang on, no he won’t

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Can I ask who the hell am I supposed to be? It's obviously someone who's put the shits up Stardelta and Basil for them to take umbrage like this.

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse
They don't like newcomers, Terry

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
Walshy. If you are not out to cause trouble and are not trolling and are not an aggressive poster, why are you baiting Mindar on this thread when Mindar did not take part in any of the discussion. Mindar has already made it clear to you her feelings on this subject. Now can you please give a reasonable answer to my question.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
Jazzy



Well I am not surprised and so much for them splitting the UKIP vote, they should walk the EU elections and cause a load of trouble in that EU Parliament

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
I would suggest they don't have the intelligence to discus on such a subject, so to compensate they will bring bad feelings into the post. I can only apologise to you all as it's me they are targeting and I have been daft enough to reply to them.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
You are not the only target Terry.

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Hello Jathbee. Well you know what I mean.

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Yes, Welcome

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Oh I don't like Bowie far too much like a bad impressionist of Anthony Newley.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
Have to agree with the sentiment though 😂

Posted by: lectriclegs (3615) Report abuse
A bad impressionist of Anthony Newley.?

The man was a genius.

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Listen to a Newley recording then Bowie.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
So what do you think of the George Michael joke leccy?

Homophobic?
Bad taste?
Offensive?

Or......perfectly acceptable because Tel said it?

Hmmmmmm......let me guess?

And let me guess the amount of condemnation being passed if me or Baz said it!

Eeeeeeee.......hypocrites and double standards again

Tsk tsk tsk!

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Well you do tend to follow men about a lot on here. Smoke...Fire?

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
And you follow several women......very closely.

So going by your claims and rules........

You must be a Lesbian

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
No. The heels kill me.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Doc Martin type then?



Figures!

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Who do you think I am, you seem to have a bee in your bonnet about me?

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
I think we will find it was you demanding to know my name first.......and when I refused to give it was subject to abuse from you.

Hypocrasy?.......the concept is indeed truly lost on you I am afraid.



Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
That isn't what I asked.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
And?

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
Fact is you won't answer questions so......why should I?

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
Ask away.

Posted by: Stardelta (6684) Report abuse
I think you are just demanding attention now, like someone else in here likes to do.

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
That's fine then. Why do I need attention that's a silly remark or maybe you just have nowhere to go with this. You think I am someone or other and think I have been on here before I'm just curious to know who you think I am, you seem confident of your spider senses so you should have an answer.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
SD Terry asked what your name was, nothing wrong with asking. But he didn't demand. You prefer your real name to be private, nothing wrong with that either. But your starting to sound like a Victorian maiden because someone asked your name. You'll be fainting next!

Posted by: TerryW (1047) Report abuse
That made me laugh, Jazzy.

Posted by: mindar (1275) Report abuse
Jazzy

I'd be wetting my knickers if I wasn't joseph. Only kidding folks.

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Posted by: lisalee (12082)   Report abuse
I’m settling down with some popcorn!

It’s better than going to the pictures this!

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Hi Jathbee, I wanted to say how sorry to read that you'd lost your husband. I was a bit late catching up, but please accept my condolences.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
Thank you,Jazzy, it was very sudden and a terrible blow.
May I offer my condolences to you on the loss of your daughter, your grief must be difficult to bear.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Thank you.

It's a struggle Jathbee, I'm only just about coming round to accepting it, after more than 2 years. I still scream and rail at god in the churchyard on a regular basis, but not as much as I used to do. The rector lives next door, I bet he's heard some choice language.

All we can do is keep going, one day at a time. But is not easy is it?

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
No it's far from easy. Every one deals with grief in their own special way. If screaming and railing at God helps you through, I'm sure he won't mind. He knows we all lash out when we are in pain. Aľl I can say is try to keep strong.

Posted by: laughing gravy (4422) Report abuse
god eh! the bloke who's never there when you need him most

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
Have no respect for the feelings of others in their time of grief. Obviously not, you inconsiderate moron.

Posted by: laughing gravy (4422) Report abuse
jathbee you are right i never thought about anybodys feelings and i'm sorry for that,but fact is sadly i'm right.

Posted by: laughing gravy (4422) Report abuse
jathbee you are right i never thought about anybodys feelings and i'm sorry for that,but fact is sadly i'm right.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
The fact is that you don't have faith and others do, so I suggest we end this conversation.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
LG, I have very little faith left, and I didn't have a lot to start with. But everyone has their own way to cope, as Jathbee says and despite people telling you time heals, Ive not found that to be the case. For me, I am learning to live with it. At least now my head doesn't feel like it's stuffed with wet cotton wool, and I can think a little more coherently......most of the time.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3307) Report abuse
I learned a technique from a cousin of mine, which is when a person comes out with an outrageous remark and whether that remark is made in an intentional or unintentional way, to cause distress or hurt, because sometimes people don't realise what they are saying and other times they do realise and mean what they are saying, so my cousin, who when confronted with an over the top outrageous and no doubt hurtful remark, normally from my other cousin and her sister, she puts her hand over her forehead and in a movement, she moves her hand backwards over her head, whilst at the same time she says 'WHOOSH' meaning that the comment has just gone straight over her head and she is not even going to think about it, she is not giving it any brain time at all

I can tell you from experience that if you take that approach and unless you can't, then that is a brilliant way of dealing with folk who come out with insensitive remarks

Posted by: mortarmillbill (449) Report abuse
TTS

Or put them on ignore.

Posted by: lisalee (12082)   Report abuse
so good I said it twice

Posted by: mindar (1275) Report abuse
lisalee, can I ask a personal question, do you prefer toffee popcorn or just sweet popcorn?

Posted by: lisalee (12082)   Report abuse
Noooooo it has to be salted for me.

Posted by: Jazzy (8629)   Report abuse
Toffee please, decent of you to get it in Mindar.

Posted by: mindar (1275) Report abuse
I used to be able to buy those little packs of salted popcorn lisalee, the ones you microwave. Can't seem to find any now.
Hope you dont mind the personal question Lisa

I had the toffee sort last week, good it was too jazzy.

Posted by: lisalee (12082)   Report abuse
Not at all mindar

I know which ones you mean but they’d be pretty useless to me.......... I don’t own a microwave.

Posted by: jathbee (9402) Report abuse
I like the toffee sort, personally 😂😂😂

 
 
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