I FEEL SO FRUSTRATED

I FEEL SO FRUSTRATED. Although, because of my attachment with Germany, I will have a tough time due to Brexit – I still voted for it because I passionately believe it is the best for my country. Unfortunately, I have just these past few days become aware of the fact that this is not my country anymore. It has become a country of the lazy, the weak, the work shy, of financial immigrants, of left-wing, BBC bum-snatchers, of kids, of Remoaners. only interested in themselves and their ostensibly free student fees – promised to them by a man who knew full well he wouldn’t have to come up with the goods because he wouldn’t get into No.10. This vile, Marxist swine did all he could , just to disrupt the present government. His adoring followers applauded him for a job well done – without having the brains to fathom that THEY TOO will have to go through Brexit the hard way – which, paradoxically, is known here as „Soft Brexit“. And it is this that has caused the most frustration in my mind. Because a „soft Brexit merely means same old same old, with less benefits, exorbitant fees, no say in important matters – and for this, we also have to pledge our acceptance of huge numbers of immigrants – one of the main reasons why many voted Brexit in the first place. The Remoaners all said that after Brexit and without Europe, we will be second class citizens. What the hell do these cretins think we now have on our hands? By voting Labour (just think about this slowly…. do not eat beforehand…. Diane Abbott….Jeremy Corbyn……), these people have thrown us into chaos…. the pound has dropped even lower again… and the nightmare has only just begun.

  • Brian Harrold Solman
    August 1, 2017

    I think you have been out of the country too long if this is what you think of it now. Colin I'm surprised that you believe all you read in the right wing press, mostly owned by foreigners. Do me a favour and open your eyes, I see people on benefits every day, I see them struggling, none of the people I see want to be on benefits, they want to work. The fact is that most benefits are paid to people that are working, because they are not paid a decent wage, while their fat cat employers and bosses get richer by the minute under this disgusting, look after the rich, Tory government. Thank god for Jeremy Corbyn, at least he is trying to give a little hope for everyone in this country, not just the rich.

  • Brian Harrold Solman

    I think you have been out of the country too long if this is what you think of it now. Colin I’m surprised that you believe all you read in the right wing press, mostly owned by foreigners. Do me a favour and open your eyes, I see people on benefits every day, I see them struggling, none of the people I see want to be on benefits, they want to work. The fact is that most benefits are paid to people that are working, because they are not paid a decent wage, while their fat cat employers and bosses get richer by the minute under this disgusting, look after the rich, Tory government. Thank god for Jeremy Corbyn, at least he is trying to give a little hope for everyone in this country, not just the rich.

    • Colin Solman
      August 1, 2017

      So you would actually like to see a Marxist as head of the British government, with a number two who cannot even do simple maths or answer a simple question without stuttering and making a fool of herself? And you think taxing those who provide jobs is the right way to do things? You know that these people would then just move to another country and jobs would be lost? Lefties are the same, whether in England or in Germany. They are supported by the unions, who they then shun when they become surplus to requirements - apart from being total hypocrites. Tony Blair, the "man of the people" - a multimillionaire with a rich wife who earns her money off the backs of refugees who are told to ask for Tony. Arthur Scargill - who lives in a 2 million quid jewel of a home - all expenses paid by you-know-who.

    • Colin Solman

      So you would actually like to see a Marxist as head of the British government, with a number two who cannot even do simple maths or answer a simple question without stuttering and making a fool of herself? And you think taxing those who provide jobs is the right way to do things? You know that these people would then just move to another country and jobs would be lost? Lefties are the same, whether in England or in Germany. They are supported by the unions, who they then shun when they become surplus to requirements – apart from being total hypocrites. Tony Blair, the „man of the people“ – a multimillionaire with a rich wife who earns her money off the backs of refugees who are told to ask for Tony. Arthur Scargill – who lives in a 2 million quid jewel of a home – all expenses paid by you-know-who.

    • Brian Harrold Solman
      August 1, 2017

      Sorry Colin, but you are just wrong, saying that taxing people that provide the jobs will make them move to other countries just proves my point, they don't care about the people they employ, they are just interested in money. At least Corbyn has held the same views all of his political life, he doesn't do u turns to try to get into power, not like the tories who will do or say anything to stay in power.

    • Brian Harrold Solman

      Sorry Colin, but you are just wrong, saying that taxing people that provide the jobs will make them move to other countries just proves my point, they don’t care about the people they employ, they are just interested in money.
      At least Corbyn has held the same views all of his political life, he doesn’t do u turns to try to get into power, not like the tories who will do or say anything to stay in power.

  • Colin Solman
    August 1, 2017

    So you would actually like to see a Marxist as head of the British government, with a number two who cannot even do simple maths or answer a simple question without stuttering and making a fool of herself? And you think taxing those who provide jobs is the right way to do things? You know that these people would then just move to another country and jobs would be lost? Lefties are the same, whether in England or in Germany. They are supported by the unions, who they then shun when they become surplus to requirements - apart from being total hypocrites. Tony Blair, the "man of the people" - a multimillionaire with a rich wife who earns her money off the backs of refugees who are told to ask for Tony. Arthur Scargill - who lives in a 2 million quid jewel of a home - all expenses paid by you-know-who.

  • Colin Solman

    So you would actually like to see a Marxist as head of the British government, with a number two who cannot even do simple maths or answer a simple question without stuttering and making a fool of herself? And you think taxing those who provide jobs is the right way to do things? You know that these people would then just move to another country and jobs would be lost? Lefties are the same, whether in England or in Germany. They are supported by the unions, who they then shun when they become surplus to requirements – apart from being total hypocrites. Tony Blair, the „man of the people“ – a multimillionaire with a rich wife who earns her money off the backs of refugees who are told to ask for Tony. Arthur Scargill – who lives in a 2 million quid jewel of a home – all expenses paid by you-know-who.

  • Brian Harrold Solman
    August 1, 2017

    Sorry Colin, but you are just wrong, saying that taxing people that provide the jobs will make them move to other countries just proves my point, they don't care about the people they employ, they are just interested in money. At least Corbyn has held the same views all of his political life, he doesn't do u turns to try to get into power, not like the tories who will do or say anything to stay in power.

  • Brian Harrold Solman

    Sorry Colin, but you are just wrong, saying that taxing people that provide the jobs will make them move to other countries just proves my point, they don’t care about the people they employ, they are just interested in money.
    At least Corbyn has held the same views all of his political life, he doesn’t do u turns to try to get into power, not like the tories who will do or say anything to stay in power.

  • John Marshall
    August 1, 2017

    Colin, we have two diametrically opposed main political parties. One who promises the world and his wife untold riches and benefits (on borrowed money of course). The other party? Telling us that we have to 'tighten our belts' to pay off an ever burgeoning national debt. One promises debt for decades to come whilst the other promises the good life, when we can afford it. One wants more immigration and to stay in the single market, (although we had a referendum to leave). From this I can only assume that one party can be described as 'sensible' whilst the other? nonsensical. Greedy (like uni' students) people who prefer the nonsensical 'jam today' approach to living whilst others look at the wider picture and prepare their offspring for a better and more secure future for Britain. Corbyn? 'dangled the carrot' and the 'muppets' responded and made us the laughing stock of Europe. Sad really.

  • John Marshall

    Colin, we have two diametrically opposed main political parties. One who promises the world and his wife untold riches and benefits (on borrowed money of course). The other party? Telling us that we have to ‚tighten our belts‘ to pay off an ever burgeoning national debt. One promises debt for decades to come whilst the other promises the good life, when we can afford it. One wants more immigration and to stay in the single market, (although we had a referendum to leave). From this I can only assume that one party can be described as ’sensible‘ whilst the other? nonsensical. Greedy (like uni‘ students) people who prefer the nonsensical ‚jam today‘ approach to living whilst others look at the wider picture and prepare their offspring for a better and more secure future for Britain. Corbyn? ‚dangled the carrot‘ and the ‚muppets‘ responded and made us the laughing stock of Europe. Sad really.

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