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Theresa May: UK and US must stand strong together

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posted on Jan, 26 2017 @ 06:21 PM
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I also heard that she is looking to do a 'trade' deal whereby American companies come here to run the NHS....any one else heard of this?
Rainbows
Jane




posted on Jan, 26 2017 @ 06:29 PM
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originally posted by: angelchemuel
I also heard that she is looking to do a 'trade' deal whereby American companies come here to run the NHS....any one else heard of this?
Rainbows
Jane

Yeah I heard it on BBC Question Time from the scaremongering Diane Abbott.



posted on Jan, 26 2017 @ 06:39 PM
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originally posted by: 83Liberty

Yeah I heard it on BBC Question Time from the scaremongering Diane Abbott.



Damm... missed it.



LOLL!! I'm sure Theresa May will have confided in Diane Abbott.

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posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 12:10 AM
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a reply to: Cobaltic1978

There was a time before Baghdad was bombed when every thinking soul on the planet was saying 'Don't do it! Don't do it!' Then they did it.

During the build-up I'd seen the US planes, very heavily laden, low and slow struggling to gain height.

We won't need the massive stores of US weapons or the US air force facilities now we aren't doing any more invading.

Stores of US weapons can do this if ignited. This was the largest store of US weapons in Iraq. This is when they lost the war.
That's a lot of DU dust.


www.bbc.co.uk...


Suggesting a UK foreign policy shift, she said those days were over but added that the US and UK should not "stand idly by when the threat is real".

The nuclear power stations here produced raw material for weapons. The clean-up from the nuclear programme has barely begun. That's a real threat posed by the muscle in the foreign policy. Talking like adults we would prioritise the nuclear clean-up at this point. This I suspect is a point on which they'll prove their demonic agenda.

The intervention now is going to be here. We can see the poisonous baiting going on in the spook controlled fake activist world. Endless repetition of the 'h' word. The one that isn't love.

They're winding up confrontation at home, the invading has had it's desired effect. Chaos. Theresa May loves chaos. www.abovetopsecret.com...

To rebuild now we have to back the core workers. In fighting chaos the core workers include well trained, big enough, non-political police. That's why I believe we have to support all the best elements of British policing at this critical time. Particularly since they have been under attack from government and media for years. Theresa May played a considerable role in that.

We'll have to hold our politicians to account. Support all who genuinely hold them to account. And of course work together.


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posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 02:37 AM
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originally posted by: WilsonWilson
a reply to: eletheia
Where do you live? I'm surprised you say that, I don't know one person, other than my religious gay hating,racist sisters who has anything good yo say about him.
But yes I can imagine alot of the kids parrot their parents so yes again goes to show Trump is hated in their homes. But the day my child rebels and becomes right wing,is the day they can move out.


South west of England reporting in, yes england is politically diverse but so is every county, city, town, village, household and even occupants of households. From a family point of view I know my mother, sister and long term girlfriend voted against Brexit and also hate trump, my grandparents and I did not but we also think that Trump will actually do good for the world long term, instead of a Clinton/Merkel superpower. Also I am not a racist/homophobic/religiously opposed maniac hell bent on bringing society to a collapse, I'm just for a shift of power to steer us away from the trajectory we were heading in.

I don't hear of any berating of Theresa May locally and I would like to think she is supported by most. She has impressed me personally, she is a good midground for reuniting the divide in our country and I am pleased she no longer wants to support a model where we roam around with America asserting dominance where it wasn't requested.

Tensions have eased already down here and people have begun to accept that people who support Brexit aren't the scum of the earth. Trump support however is still touchy ground and most daren't bring up either as a topic of conversation...



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 02:55 AM
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a reply to: 83Liberty

Hmmm....appears the woman said so herself...
Theresa May



Rainbows
Jane



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 05:24 AM
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originally posted by: Cobaltic1978

originally posted by: eletheia

originally posted by: Cobaltic1978
I'll be honest, she has surprised me so far on the international stage.


She's had years of practice in the government ..... keeping a low profile and

watching what what NOT to do


She was a disastrous Home Secretary, maybe she should have been Foreign secretary?


Anyone would be better than BoJo as Foreign secretary. The man's an idiot.



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 05:29 AM
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originally posted by: constant_thought

originally posted by: WilsonWilson
a reply to: eletheia
Where do you live? I'm surprised you say that, I don't know one person, other than my religious gay hating,racist sisters who has anything good yo say about him.
But yes I can imagine alot of the kids parrot their parents so yes again goes to show Trump is hated in their homes. But the day my child rebels and becomes right wing,is the day they can move out.


South west of England reporting in, yes england is politically diverse but so is every county, city, town, village, household and even occupants of households. From a family point of view I know my mother, sister and long term girlfriend voted against Brexit and also hate trump, my grandparents and I did not but we also think that Trump will actually do good for the world long term, instead of a Clinton/Merkel superpower. Also I am not a racist/homophobic/religiously opposed maniac hell bent on bringing society to a collapse, I'm just for a shift of power to steer us away from the trajectory we were heading in.

I don't hear of any berating of Theresa May locally and I would like to think she is supported by most. She has impressed me personally, she is a good midground for reuniting the divide in our country and I am pleased she no longer wants to support a model where we roam around with America asserting dominance where it wasn't requested.

Tensions have eased already down here and people have begun to accept that people who support Brexit aren't the scum of the earth. Trump support however is still touchy ground and most daren't bring up either as a topic of conversation...


You what? You are aware that Scotland is making loud noises about leaving again aren't you? The Union could be doomed.
May is walking a catastrophically thin tightrope here. Lack of access to the Single Market could be a total disaster. The only advantage she has at the moment is that Labour is being led into destruction by a bearded jam-making socialist utopian. And I have nothing against jam by the way.
I have one big concern about this meeting between May and Trump. If they talk about black sites and the CIA renditioning anyone via the UK, then she needs to tell him to go to hell, as we do not torture, nor do we allow anyone to torture via our country.



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 05:30 AM
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originally posted by: WilsonWilson
a reply to: eletheia
Where do you live? I'm surprised you say that, I don't know one person, other than my religious gay hating,racist sisters who has anything good yo say about him.
But yes I can imagine alot of the kids parrot their parents so yes again goes to show Trump is hated in their homes. But the day my child rebels and becomes right wing,is the day they can move out.



I feel sorry for the children of parents who brainwash them, and then let it be known to them that if they think for themselves they will be hated by their parents and kicked out.

As a strong Trump supporter, who has friends of all races and from all walks of life, including family members of various races and sexual orientations, I also feel sorry for people who are so narrow minded that they follow the prejudice of Hillary Clinton, hating on others who do not agree with their political beliefs.



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 08:04 AM
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Be nice if the White House could have spelt her name right though eh:

mashable.com...


Three times they got it wrong. Spelling 'Theresa' as 'Teresa'.

For a first meeting with a foreign dignitary, you'd think they'd at least have gotten her name right.



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 09:50 AM
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originally posted by: Necrose
Orwell's OCEANIA is coming then. He might have gotten it right after all.


London - Capital City of Airstrip One



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 12:01 PM
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originally posted by: angelchemuel
a reply to: 83Liberty

Hmmm....appears the woman said so herself...
Theresa May



Rainbows
Jane

No she didn't. I suggest you actually read what SHE said and her team said, not what the media said.
She didn't say she was opening up the NHS for US investment.

Her team even said "The NHS will never be part of a trade deal and will always remain free at the point of delivery".
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posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 12:33 PM
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originally posted by: AngryCymraeg
You what? You are aware that Scotland is making loud noises about leaving again aren't you?




Nothing new there then? Scotland is always making loud noises!




The Union could be doomed.
May is walking a catastrophically thin tightrope here. Lack of access to the Single Market could be a total disaster. The only advantage she has at the moment is that Labour is being led into destruction by a bearded jam-making socialist utopian.


Scotland could be doomed ......


*Scots exports to the UK are MASSIVELY greater than EU trade*


www.scotsman.com...



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 12:36 PM
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a reply to: eletheia

Scottish exports to the European Union in 2002 were just over £10bn – in 2014/15 they were just over £10bn – it hasn’t moved in over 10 years!!!!




posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 03:55 PM
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Given the position Brexit will leave us, I can imagine she is a little desperate. If we can't trade with USA, which major nation are we going to trade with?

What she says about interventionism is fine but I thought Trump wanted to get 'boots on the ground' to fight ISIS?



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 04:07 PM
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originally posted by: eletheia

originally posted by: AngryCymraeg
You what? You are aware that Scotland is making loud noises about leaving again aren't you?




Nothing new there then? Scotland is always making loud noises!




The Union could be doomed.
May is walking a catastrophically thin tightrope here. Lack of access to the Single Market could be a total disaster. The only advantage she has at the moment is that Labour is being led into destruction by a bearded jam-making socialist utopian.


Scotland could be doomed ......


*Scots exports to the UK are MASSIVELY greater than EU trade*


www.scotsman.com...


from your own link..


Today's figures show that, in 2015, Scotland's trade with England, Wales and Northern Ireland amounted to £49.8 billion. This compared to £12.3 billion for the EU internal market. Read more at: www.scotsman.com...


After independence the figures will still be £49.8 billion and £12.3 billion...As for..




Nothing new there then? Scotland is always making loud noises!

obviously those noises aint loud enough.



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 04:16 PM
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originally posted by: Cobaltic1978


It's about time some of those trillions, spent on offence, is re-directed to investments in industry, creating jobs and sharing the wealth. Rather than trying to open sovereign countries in order for the global corporations to get a foothold in.


Couldn't agree more without you about that, however the pesimist in me says we'll be in a decade long 'regime chance/war' by August.



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 04:40 PM
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originally posted by: WilsonWilson
Rubbish, most people in the UK are opened mouthed with shock at what's happening in the States, Trump is pretty much universally despised.
Really? Not sure where you live but most people around here want a Donald Trump to run the UK. If you live in an industrial zone as I do the idea of someone who wants to bring back factories to our region is universally admired. Most people I know also like the fact that he wants to get along with Russia, hey we want to live in peace around here
We like Trump



posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 04:47 PM
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wrong thread
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posted on Jan, 27 2017 @ 04:53 PM
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originally posted by: angelchemuel
I also heard that she is looking to do a 'trade' deal whereby American companies come here to run the NHS....any one else heard of this?
Rainbow]

Very probably true, Hunt put £150m NHS wards up for sale the day Trump was innaugarated to try and bury bad news - plus most NHS hospitals are already owned by private UK companies - they wear the same uniform but the badge reads NHSCare instead of NHS - very sneaky.




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