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The Enemy within

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05/04/2012 1:46 pm

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Rabbit

Rabbit

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12/04/2012 2:06 pm

should be no matter who is in power

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Rabbit

Rabbit

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12/04/2012 2:05 pm

All parties MP's, Councillors and Housing Association Leader our now a shade of blue and under the same influence of corporate and city power so no ater who is in power the poices would be the same

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Anonymous

Anonymous

12/04/2012 1:54 pm

Tut... Tut...12.17 hopefully Tenant and Shared Ownership people will set up a website and get chartiable status and set up own Group for all people in Affordable Housing 

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Anonymous

Anonymous

12/04/2012 12:17 pm

Yes, all righ and blah-blah-blah - what you or anybody else if going to do about it?...

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Bill Pearson

Bill Pearson

Location: Bacup East Lancashire
Posts: 21

12/04/2012 10:58 am

We seem to be slowly but surely sliding back into the thirties as some one remaked in a national newspaper soon we will see hunger marches and hear the sound of jackboots as the new breed of blackshirts (blueshirts) take total control of the country.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

12/04/2012 9:58 am

The most terrifying is when they dress their kids in blue getting them ready for leadership.

We are cancelling the debt in zimbabwe and aother countries.

The british people should be offered houses buy one get one free.

  

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Brian Johnson

Brian Johnson

Location: Pontypridd
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12/04/2012 1:05 am

OMG since when was the left wing ever credible?  And as for tax breaks for the workers its been tried and never worked.  Indeed all reforms do is ensure the vast majority keep running on the spot. 

I personally run out of breath years ago and decided the only measure worth taking was to abolish wage slavery.

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Paul Jones

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11/04/2012 10:17 pm

I agree, but a lot of people vote Tory don't they. We seem to be missing a credible left wing at present.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

05/04/2012 1:56 pm

"bravo"

And now for something we did not know already?

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