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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

arrestpaul, that is a harsh assessment. It is ultimately arguing one position.

Which I believe you can.

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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is or has been a inspired consummate politician through adult life.

The ballot box is Nancy Pelosi most obvious route.

Stop pointing fingers, its toe to toe time.

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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

Is Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi proverbial Joker? A fathom night terror?

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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

Could House Speaker Nancy Pelosi be turning, inadvertently and I believe mistakenly President Trump into some arch nemesis?

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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

Catholic?

We all have to face our demons. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi more than most

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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

I honestly believe that the only way to challenge President Trump is the Ballot box. Trust the court of public opinion.

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Posted in: Trump off to London for NATO summit, under pressure to steer clear of British election See in context

I cannot envisage President Trump keeping schtum. The UK media will wind President Trump up like clock, the moment Trump steps off Airforce One.

And after? The tactical campaigning/voting groups and activist organisation, Momentum, Best For Britain, The Tactical vote, Campaign Together, More Unite etc etc will prime a thousand of volunteers to home in on social media. There is over 120 unpredictably volatile seat in England alone.

This is the overriding reason, Boris Johnson is running around like a headless chicken.

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Posted in: Trump off to London for NATO summit, under pressure to steer clear of British election See in context

Thats a 69.2% Conservative majority within the betting average, not in the future House of Commons, to avoid confusion.

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Posted in: Trump off to London for NATO summit, under pressure to steer clear of British election See in context

The average Electoral predicted defined probability, can be depicted within the Smartest betting average of a 69.2% Tory majority of between 40 and 54 seats.

However there are deal breaking scenarios where Dominic Raab, Iain Duncan Smith, Steve Baker, John Redwood, Philip Davies, Zac Goldsmith and Boris Johnson, could lose there seats. Yes that Boris Johnson Conservative Party leader.

There are also ten key marginals, Brecon and Radnorshire, Bolsover, Cheltenham, Hastings and Rye, Crewe and Nantwich Richmond Park, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stirling, Ashfield, and Canterbury.

Then the key regions have to be factored in, South East and the Home Counties, Midlands and East Anglia, South West, Wales and the 59 seats in Scotland all identified by quantitative forecasting models as volatile.

Public opinion can change on a dally basis, clear evidence is various available polling averages.

So U.S. President Donald Trump intervention could be a key irritation factor politically.

Smarkets - Party to win the most parliamentary seats

https://smarkets.com/event/829237/politics/uk/next-uk-general-election/most-ge-seats

I wanted flutterer but it is too risky.

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Posted in: Princess Aiko turns 18 See in context

Happy Birthday Princess Aiko,

Like Father, like daughter, don't you think?

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Posted in: How you dress at work is way more important than you think. Do you agree? See in context

Our policy is smart causal, we also have a clothing allowance to reflect/support that policy.

Customers and investors visit on a regular basis, visual impressions must reflect our high standards of product quality.

How you dress at work is way more important than you think........A vague and ambiguous statement. It provokes an assumption that Employees are oblivious to the importance of dress sense or appearance. Actually a tad insulting.

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Posted in: Crown prince urges daughter to update public on marriage plans See in context

Loves lost dream, emotionally comparable as public/private life will allow. Whether of noble/regal birth or otherwise. Let time take its course.

Humm, Imperial Household Agency could be pressuring both the Crown Prince, Princess Mako to draw a line under or through the whole proceedings.

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Posted in: Johnson implores Trump: Please keep out of election See in context

Twitter is another matter all together, a potential political firework display. Any public forgotten political utterances, can always be swept up on a late night twitter.

Donald Trump will begin with “Boris is doing a very good job, I like him. I have always liked him, I think he is a very good guy, a very talented person, Corbyn is the “Devil incarnate”....etc etc.......bang out go the lights. The strangest of times

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Posted in: Johnson implores Trump: Please keep out of election See in context

"What we don't do traditionally as loving allies and friends, what we don't do traditionally, is get involved in each other's election campaigns”

"The best (thing) when you have close friends and allies like the U.S. and the UK is for neither side to get involved in each other's election,"

A red rag to a bull, respecting of course, The Executive Office of the President of the United States.

President Trump cant help himself. President Trump is incorrigible, the slightest media prompt for a political opinion-ate and President T will wade in accordingly. There wil be little regard to political or diplomatic protocol.

Boris Johnson best take cover and close the hatch, hide under the desk, don't answer the door bell.

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Posted in: Young Japanese men say paying for dates is hardest part of life as a guy: survey See in context

Always split the bill.

My opinion is 'dates' are a opportunity of 'getting to know you' social events.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri’s detention for drug possession extended another 10 days See in context

J Prison sentences for drug offences, are primarily a means to make examples offenders, also to send out the harshest message to deter.

Where is the opportunity to change one's lifestyle. This could include some form of counselling and yes rehabilitation.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri’s detention for drug possession extended another 10 days See in context

Erika Sawajiri, has admitted to committing what society and the judiciary consider to be a serious criminal offence in many instances resulting in lengthy custodial sentences.

When I refer to rehabilitation, I am suggesting as a means to keep Erika Sawajiri out of prison coupled with periodic compulsory testing.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri’s detention for drug possession extended another 10 days See in context

That's "recreational"....

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri’s detention for drug possession extended another 10 days See in context

I deplore the reactional use of mind altering drugs. I also believe there has to be an opportunity for Erika Sawajiri to rehabilitate and resume her career. This is a unnecessary witch hunt, when in reality Erika Sawajiri drug use is a medical health issue.

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Posted in: UK car body warns output will slump if Brexit leads to tariffs with EU See in context

It is the EU emission regulations that are effectively responsible for slump in demand for diesel vehicles, coupled with the continuous falling sales in China.

Climate change and a proposed carbon duty slowly but effectively is ending ending years of UK dependence on vehicle usage for transportation. And most importantly motor manufactures using UK road infrastructure as a form of mobile warehousing,

Quality pubic transport is the way forward.

Brexit uncertainty? Pull the other one.

Reducing CO2 emissions from passenger cars.

https://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/transport/vehicles/cars_en

Emissions in the automotive sector......

https://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/automotive/environment-protection/emissions_en

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Posted in: Britain's chief rabbi warns 'poison' of anti-Semitism has taken root in Labour See in context

I don't think Jeremy Corbyn dilemma is Russian/US/Israeli interference

Labour party own activists, analysts and advisors have described Jeremy Corbyn performance when interviewed last night (BBC) by Andrew Neil, as “horrific”.

Andrew Neil Interviews : Jeremy Corbyn Election 2019 Special.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EySXP15S8k

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Posted in: Britain's chief rabbi warns 'poison' of anti-Semitism has taken root in Labour See in context

The EHRC (The Equality ans Human Rights) has launched an investigation into allegations of anti-Semitism in The Labour Party, similarly the EHRC investigated The BNP (British National Party). The EHRC would not have opened and investigation without valid reason, or grounds to do so.

https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/inquiries-and-investigations/investigation-labour-party

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Posted in: Britain's chief rabbi warns 'poison' of anti-Semitism has taken root in Labour See in context

Jeremy Corbyn, has openly called both Hezbollah and Hamas, terrorist organisations “friends”. Both Hezbollah and Hamas want to eradicate Israel and the Jewish people.

Momentum, Labours political activist group is infested with Anti Semites right to its core. Raging Jew haters.

Let's be in no doubt here, to attack the Government of Israel for there appalling and frankly despicable abhorrent treatment of The Palestinian people is quite rightly commendable. Especially The Government of Israel failure to comply with UN resolutions.

Stop the denial.........Don't be complicit to this most vile form of racism

Is Labour Anti-Semitic? - BBC Panorama........

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7eEQMyzLeo

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Posted in: Johnson offers up new Brexit promise for Christmas See in context

It is important to understand all the policies defined personally by the main party leaders and then subjected to questioning by a studio audience......So......

Question Time Leaders Special Live From Sheffield 22/11/2019

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, Nicola Sturgeon MSP, first minister of Scotland and, leader of the Scottish National Party Jo Swinson, leader of the Liberal Democrats. Boris Johnson, prime minister and leader of the Conservatives.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cQMzVjHBeI

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Posted in: Johnson pitches 'Christmas present' Brexit push in manifesto See in context

Both The Conservatives and Labour parties cannot reconcile their across the board, fiscal and monetary polices, without a considerable tax hike, in labours case also a unprecedented borrowing requirement.

Here is another pledge......

Labour pledges £58bn for women caught in pension trap.......

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/23/labour-fifty-eight-billion-pound-pledge-women-pension-age-trap

Only to be followed by this nonsense from the Conservatives....

Boris Johnson's triple tax lock: PM pledges to freeze income tax, VAT and National Insurance for Five years in Tory manifesto as well as a blitz on hospital parking charges......

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7718461/PM-pledges-freeze-income-tax-VAT-National-Insurance-five-years.html

Neither are remotely deliverable.....

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Posted in: Bloomberg vows to refuse donations, presidential salary See in context

How can Michael Bloomberg be campaigning, in the same correlative party as, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg,Tulsi Gabbard, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, and possibility Hilary Clinton??

Both Michael Bloomberg and Hilary Clinton are politicly chalk and cheese in comparison with the groups mentioned.

There is two politically distinct ideologies campaigning for the same space, but worlds apart

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Posted in: Sawajiri to be replaced in NHK drama series after arrest See in context

Tarry a little, there is something else. This bond doth give thee here no jot of blood;

The words expressly are "a pound of flesh" ….....

The Merchant Of Venice Act 4, scene 1

Actress Erika Sawajiri certainly understands the meaning.

Not for a moment is this in anyway objective or willing to afford Erika Sawajiri quarter or an opportunity to rehabilitate. Straight under the tram, head first!

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Posted in: Tokyo court to allow Ghosn to talk with wife via videoconference See in context

I am not married, so my experience of family and marriage is my parents relationship, their meaning of companionship.

And quite rightly is is not relevant in the context of Carlos and Rita Ghosn.

There are however extenuating circumstances to this sorry saga, political also Nissan as company, focused wihin its future organization.

I believe that Carlos Ghosn could have become a victim of events out of his control

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Posted in: UK’s Labour promises radical changes if it wins Dec 12 vote See in context

Corbyn is not a Communist, or Marxist, well not in the 21st century meaning of the term.

Both are a philosophy that's principles are based in capitalism global materialist interpretation of wealth.

Maybe I am mistaken. Although I am inclining to believe that Jeremy Corbyn has made one pledge and promise to many.

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Posted in: UK’s Labour promises radical changes if it wins Dec 12 vote See in context

Sneezy

Hyperberbally is a term, it is more user friendly that hyperbole.

I guess it is a question of presentation and tone. also to prompt debate without discourse.

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