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A Song For The British Home Secretary, Theresa May

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posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 03:22 PM
It's been brought to my attention that I am a fool.

The Brits have Theresa May. She is fulfilling the classic dirty role periodically asked of the Janus Class. Her job is to stand there month after month, look ridiculous and draw contempt as she attempts to empanel a commission in slow motion, hoping that the guilty parties emulate a Leon Brittan exit real soon. Out of one side of her mouth, she says to her uppers: "Nobody believes me. I look like a complete tool out there month after month." They respond: "You are a compete tool. But you're doing essental work for us. We won't forget." Out of the other side of her mouth, she says to the peepl: "I have complete and utter compassion for the victims. However we need to move deliberately in order to (inaudible blah-blah)..."
That is the Janus Class. They must fulfill two separate narratives. Everybody hates them, even the Upper Elite. Why? Nobody likes a mercenary bootlicker. What kind of a creature craves power standing on the bodies and souls of violated children?

Her job is to draw contempt and I've shown her contempt.

I will attempt to remember henceforth that she is not worthy of contempt.

I will henceforth project only love to the Home Secretary.

Good luck Theresa. This one's for you.

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posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 03:53 PM
She gives not one f**k about the victims.

She is there to protect her masters, the only contempt emanates from Parliament.

The same contempt that is shown to the BREXITERS, the same contempt shown to women a hundred years ago, the same contempt that led to the Waterloo.

posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 05:03 PM

Dear Kester,

Thank you for taking the time to contact Mrs May. We must inform you, however, that the Home Secretary can only deal with direct public enquiries from her own constituents of Maidenhead.

In any case, it would not be possible to forward your enquiry at this time as Mrs May is extremely busy preparing her notes to “neither confirm nor deny” the critical questions which other Right Honourable members will want answered regarding the untimely passing of Mrs Cox.

If you have any further queries regarding this matter then please contact your local Member of Parliament, although we would expect that they will also be unavailable for a few days due to the recall of Parliament tomorrow.

Yours Sincerely,

The House of Commons

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posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 05:05 PM
I think she's rather good. Her speech to the Police Federation was very good.

I think some men dislike strong women.

posted on Jun, 20 2016 @ 02:19 AM
a reply to: paraphi

I think there is rather more to it, than a dislike of strong women. In fact, as ways to poo poo legitimate concerns that both men and women of our realm have, about this awful Thatcherite cow go, fear or dislike of strong women is hardly even a Swiss Army knife, when what is needed would be a rapier or a halberd.

No, this is nothing to do with her gender. She has consistently presided over the erosion of our liberty, while overseeing departments which are allegedly crucial for our security and doing a bloody poor job of it. To boil that down, she has been instrumental in removing actual freedom from the citizens, while allowing holes to appear in the security we have supposedly exchanged those freedoms and that liberty for, with the unsurprising result that we have little of either to speak of.

And she justifies it. She justifies it from beneath her shoulder pads, like some ghoulish reanimation of a dead tyrant that decent working folk were bloody glad to see the back of. I have precisely the same dislike of that cretin May, as I have for the Chancellor, and the Prime Minister. They are heads of a particularly toxic hydra. It is not rare for this nation to be held to ransom by its leaders, nor is it rare to find such a hydra of villainy at the root of such an effort. The blatancy however, is staggering. Theresa May is nothing short of a mouth in a bad outfit, telling lies to people who ought to know better. The thing is, that people DO know better, but so long have they been lied to, so long has their own nations leadership been made up of the most disreputable, least honest, least decent persons, that collectively the people have found it impossible to choose whose lies they prefer, leave alone a leadership not made up of barbarian econo-fascist scum.

We need something better than the sort of smoke and mirrors leadership that has been the rage over the last few parliaments. We need leaders who do not fund terror by the back door, who will find and punish those elements of our intelligence and military industrial sectors who helped sculpt the security problems we face, and the terrorism that they bred for the purpose of lining their own pockets, and we need most of all to have representatives in government who are opposed to running a government like a business, preferring instead to run it like a government of the people, for the people, mindlessly and slavishly dedicated ONLY to the electorate, rather than to the controlling halfwits who manage hedge funds and stocks.

posted on Jun, 20 2016 @ 02:25 AM
nice video

was expecting the casseteboy one

posted on Jun, 20 2016 @ 06:00 AM
a reply to: TrueBrit

So, do you dislike her, or her policies? What freedoms has she removed?

posted on Jun, 20 2016 @ 07:10 AM
a reply to: paraphi

I dislike her because she has designed policies that prevent me, as a private citizen, from communicating using the Internet, without my communications being aggregated and collected by our security services. I cannot make a phone call without someone making a note of it. I cannot walk down the street without being recorded, and without being identified about my private business, without any probable cause, without any reasonable suspicion.

I dislike the woman herself and her policies, because they both issue from the same wellspring of self serving, oppressive, freedom hating authoritarianism that my grandfathers fought a war to protect my nation from. What the awful bint that is Theresa May does, is urinate on the memory of our ancestors, by taking away the rights they fought to retain. She's a bloody disgrace, and so are her policies.

posted on Jun, 20 2016 @ 09:07 AM
If she had any sense then she would resign on this day. Not tomorrow, today.

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