Wednesday, 10 June 2015

10th June 2015

Jack1010125 to Bigrunner
"The Conservatives are in government now and everybody accepts that, Labour is finished they had their opportunity and blew it."
Im sure you felt like that when Tony (not a fan by the way) won the election too. Or perhaps not? Is democracy about people discussing view points and compromising, or 30% enforcing theirs? Do we elect our leaders or rulers?

Bigrunner to Jack1010125
Democracy is a fallacy, democracy lasts for a brief and fleeting moment, you have no value once your vote is cast, you may discuss points of view till the cow’s come home, but in reality it’s all over for you, and your so called leaders become your rulers.

Jonathan Leyland Comment
As you would expect from the most unequal country in the EU with 10 of the most poverty-stricken regions, English attitudes to cycling are backwards.
Despite saving people money, being good for the environment and helping to tackle the British obesity problem, cyclists are continuously attacked. This despite their successful integration by politically superior countries that put the welfare of citizens before car lobbies.
It takes a particular kind of ingrained subservience to corrupt power to be complicit in your own Europe-leading obesity rates, ruin of the environment, and rising costs of living.
Welcome to Tory England.

Bigrunner to Jonathan Lealand
I would have thought you wouldn’t have had the time or inclination to comment on such a mundane subject like cycling and obesity when your socialist hero’s have been so thoroughly whipped at this years election.
Don’t you have anything to say in their defence ?
On your Bike Labour !

Bigrunner Comment 
I suppose you have to pick some subject to write about now that the election is over and the defunct disorganised Labour party have no longer anything to offer of any substance or of any value to the country, but then they never had anything in the first place, and that’s why the electorate dumped them.

The tit-bit of journalism that is published here in the Guardian today is a weak and feeble effort to convince everyone that everything is downhill for us all from here on in, and we must fight to make our cities healthier...and that’s it!
More here...

Bigrunner Comment
There are plenty of wonderful Parks all around the United Kingdom all excellently maintained and they will remain excellently maintained, there is also ample space for cyclists.
Anyway a great deal of these irresponsible cyclists are on the pavement most of the time when they should be riding in the cycle lane...more cycle lane’s are needed.
Cycling tackles stress levels that may well be so, that’s if you can survive a collision with a taxi or a Bus or HGV vehicle, because if that occurs your stress levels will be without doubt more than likely a thing of the past.
The Conservatives are in government now and everybody accepts that, Labour is finished they had their opportunity and blew it.

Shekdac to Bigrunner
plenty of wonderful Parks all around the United Kingdom all excellently maintained and they will remain excellently maintained, there is also ample space for cyclists.
There's not a single word of this that I find to be true. When you paint this picture to yourself, what colour is the sky in your world?

Bigrunner to DagdaCelt
I have not spoken one word, what I did do was write a comment.
Why did you buy all the troy BS ?

DagdaCelt to Bigrunner
So comprehension and spelling are two things you are not very good at. Anything else?

Bigrunner to DagdaCelt 
Ditto 


    Daily Mail Report

    ISIS jihadis in Syria and Iraq are funding their evil war by milking Britain’s benefits system through false claims.
    There is no official figure for the number of British fighters who have joined ISIS but estimates claim it could be up to 1,000.
    Young British Muslims are flocking to the war-torn countries to fight for the extremist group after being radicalised online and by softer groups.
    One trio of British schoolgirls who ran away to become Islamic State jihadi brides are being trained for ‘special missions’ and are likely to die in the Middle East, according to a senior IS defector.
    The girls, who all attended the same school in Bethnal Green, East London, had been groomed by an IS team of social media experts and persuaded to travel to Turkey.
    But the female former commander, who fled the terror group said the girls were naïve and unprepared for life under ISIS.
    ISIS propaganda such as ‘A Brief Guide to the Islamic State’, published this year by a British fugitive, sells life with the terror group like a holiday resort.
    The booklet emphasises the exquisite Mediterranean climate, mouthwatering food and an improved quality of life, in an effort to persuade Brits to join the organisation.
    Daily Mail...Benefit fraud funding terror group