Captain C

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  • in reply to: Covid 19 Spike in the Maelor #190542

    Captain C
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    I did not state that I’m a Tory, I stated that your choice of leader was a very poor one and with your new choice you would have had a better chance. I just hate opposition for the sake of it as it should be constructive opposition. I know Ian Lucas and Lesley Griffiths very well indeed but I did not come on here and slag them off because they are Labour, both are very nice people indeed. So grow up and don’t oppose for the sake of it and get behind whoever we have looking after our area.

    in reply to: Covid 19 Spike in the Maelor #190536

    Captain C
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    Cia is not in the middle of Wrexham Town, no more than Acton, Garden Village, Hightown, Rhosddu etc’. All the “oiks” do not live in Cia as you state, there are lots of lovely and really nice people living there.
    Just because Gresford and Rossett are on the Chester side of Wrexham there are still council houses there and you could use the same excuse for Llay and Caergwrle.

    This is all about hating the Party that got into power and supporting the one that shot themselves in the foot by their poor choice of leader and some of their stupid policies.

    in reply to: Covid 19 Spike in the Maelor #190514

    Captain C
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    Atherton’s shame has no bounds – she Nimby objected to Wrexham’s Covid testing centres being established back in March in affluent Rossett near where she lives.

    Quote from Matt.

    On that basis she could have objected to test sites in Garden Village and Acton as they are about the same distance from her home.

    in reply to: Covid 19 Spike in the Maelor #190446

    Captain C
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    Politics aside the location in Rossett was unsuitable (very small car park off a narrow road) for people to go to in a car and that was one of the main reasons (I assume) she stated that it was not the right place. Just for the record she does not live in Rossett and is about 3 miles away so facts should be facts. I have never met her but if she broke wind she would be doing it wrong way in the every one but labour is wrong eyes.

    in reply to: NHS #190208

    Captain C
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    I have plenty of nice things to say about the man who actually wanted to stop this sell off – Mr Jeremy Corbyn.

    WOW, I’ve never met someone who was taken in by that very strange man before. I’m going to print that comment and put it on my study wall.

    in reply to: MP for McDonalds #188706

    Captain C
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    This country (UK) is in a period of our history such as never been seen before. Is it not a chance to put politics aside and stop fighting and saying we would have done it better if we had been in power. This is not about petty politics this is about our families future and we should all stand together and fight for each other. I don’t care about peoples political views or what colour they are, I just care about the way they behave. I have not met our MP yet but have met many times with our ex-MP and assembly member but in the end they have a job to do and while they are in office we should get behind them.

    in reply to: MP for McDonalds #188478

    Captain C
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    Rex Ham I did not read your comments when this was reported in the Leader but perhaps it’s a bit high brow for you.

    https://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/18536341.wrexham-mp-urges-shoppers-support-local-businesses-lockdown-measures-eased/

    How dare she call for us all to support local business’ when she could have been praising Burger King.

    in reply to: Should Wetherspoons be Renamed? #187760

    Captain C
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    Both posts were factual so that argument does not hold up. Children were forced into labour in the mines, factories and farms but it was the norm in those days. Sadly slavery was the norm hundreds of years ago and it was so wrong which we all acknowledge now. Slavery still goes on today and that’s what we need to stamp out and punish the people who are guilty of practising it.

    in reply to: Black Lives Matter… #187734

    Captain C
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    How about us changing this debate and set up a new group called “All lives matter” and then we would have justice for all. It’s a sad thing when we want to change our history and only want to quote the evil things people did 200 plus years ago. A lot of good things were done in the past and the present is not all as rosy as they would have us think.
    It’s easy to hide behind racism but there are evil people of all colours in our past and no doubt in our future. Judge people by their behaviour and not their colour. Stop calling people wicked names we all get upset by the word Negro but are supposed to turn a blind eye when someone calls a white man a honky.

    in reply to: Should Wetherspoons be Renamed? #187648

    Captain C
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    I did some of my Qualifications at Yale College and was proud of it. Unilevers long distance past had a dark history behind it, are you going to stop washing with Pears products. Gladstone had slaves on their plantations and then got compensated so lets pull down Hawarden Castle. It’s about time we woke up and realise that this was part of history that makes this wonderful country what it is and then stop destroying our past and then stop the bad things happening in the future. Slavery is wrong and colour does not come into that statement it happens in all walks of life. Judge people by the way they behave and not by their colour.
    Look out for each other and get on with life because one day we will all be history and in 100 years time people may not understand why we did the things we do today.

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