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November 23, 2017 at 11:20 am in reply to: Welsh nationalists Plaid Cymru who are the kidding #140831
Well that went badly didn’t it ‘flipper’!
Might be worth spending a little time checking your facts before jumping in feet first and making a complete and total idiot of yourself in future!
*tumbleweed rolls past as we wait patiently for ‘flipper’s reply*
Got to love it when someone calls Plaid ‘hypocrites’ and then says ‘give me Labour any day’.
You must have forgotten that 10 Labour councillors left the party to be become independents a couple of years ago. At least with Plaid people know what they are voting for. Seems not to be the case with Labour!
Also your comment about Plaid doing nothing but ‘attend the protests’, well at least they did so. No one from the Labour party was collecting signatures in the town centre about the maternity services (that was just Plaid and the Conservatives) and Labour were once again conspicuous in their absence when Plaid were fighting to save the town’s fire engine.
Perhaps it might be better if Labour attended a few protests in future instead of just turning up at election time which seems to be the usual story with them?
I am extremely pleased that Jeremy Corbin has been reelected as Labour Party leader with an increased and overwhelming majority, by Labour Party members.
So am I as that makes Labour totally unelectable! I wouldn’t trust Corbyn to run a whelk stall.
There used to be a Polish deli on Yorke street in the 60’s. Can’t understand why people wouldn’t use a Polish shop, lovely cured meats!
As for the rumours about the Hightown Portuguese café not serving not Portuguese customers. Pure racist cobblers.
Support your local shopkeepers.
Quite right, this nonsense is put about by people who have nothing better to do than try to stir up trouble. Would make zero sense for them to turn down money and business from anyone.April 1, 2016 at 12:12 pm in reply to: Democracy has died bring forward a Save Wrexham party for next years election #110943
Plaid Cymru are all ready fighting for all the points made in the Save Wrexham Party plea statment Vote for your Plaid Cymru candidate in next years council ellections, for a diffrent direction in local polotics.
If your spelling and grammar are indicative of the standard of governance we could expect from Plaid Cymru, I wouldn’t even consider putting them in charge of a whelk stall. Dream on.
More typical anti-Plaid rhetoric from Mr. “I hate all things Welsh.” I seriously wonder if he is being paid by the Labour Party to post these things. Almost seems like a full time job the amount of time he spends doing it!
PS Try posting something in Welsh if you really want to get Benjy foaming at the mouth!April 1, 2016 at 12:10 pm in reply to: Democracy has died bring forward a Save Wrexham party for next years election #110942
Quite right Benjamin M, I couldn’t agree more, personally I think Wales deserves better than desperate Plaid candidates trying to get into local government any way they can, after being defeated in the last local elections.
I don’t understand your point. Any Plaid candidates will be standing for Plaid not a ‘Save Wrexham Party.’ Might get a few ex-Labourites standing as SWP candidates as though as half of them left the sinking Labour ship.
It is more likely than not that it would put people off if its’ use was more widespread.
Even coming from you with your visceral hatred of all the things Welsh (especially the language) that has got to be the most silly, stupid and ridiculous thing posted on here.
I will leave to brush that chip you have on each shoulder!
Let me assuage your concerns, there’ll be plenty of uniformed locals in that prison, one way or another.
What you’re complaining about is called mobility of labour Ben.
What’s stopping you from applying for a job in Liverpool, Manchester or London?
I think you will find that the vast majority of inmates will come from over the border (ridiculous to think that north Wales needs a super prison holding 2000+ inmates.) And no doubt a lot of them when released will be encouraged to settle in the area creating ever more social problems.
As for your “mobility of labour” comment it may well be true but it doesn’t alter the truth of Ben’s point about local jobs.
What’s he going to pay with ? His benefit’s money? Profits from drug dealing ? Mugging old ladies ? Burglary ?
Thats a bit harse AMA, I know two people in QP that are not actually on benifits!!
I wonder if you yourself are on “benifits”? I find it difficult to believe that anyone would employ someone with such appalling spelling! Or am I being “harse”?
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