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Control the land, control the food supplie, you control the people!  

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Any labour voting farmers or land owners , if such a creature still exists in the wild, should know about this.

Jezza 'tHe hOOd ' Corbyn wants your land, and he'll tax you on it till you cant pay, then take it off you , 'For the people'

 

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Labour being pushed by the far left antis to seize land and close down shoots. 

They'll claim that land used for shoots isn’t “in the local interest” and try land grabs. 

 

Corbyn needs to go. 

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2 hours ago, bluesj said:

Control the land, control the food supplie, you control the people!  

You just need to control the water supply. Every thing else then just follows.

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25 minutes ago, henry d said:

Yeah, almost a direct copy of Engels and Marx... 🙄

I wouldnt expect anything else from a Corbyn government, theyve told you exactly what they are going to do, turn the UK into a socialist state, whether we want it or not.

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5 minutes ago, chilly1981 said:

Have you seen mad max beyond the thunder dome 

i reckon that pretty much how we would be if they got power 

The Abbottcus would need to shed a few pounds to play Tina's part.

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It seems unbelievable that we are even having such a discussion 😟

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keep him as leader as far as i am concerned, longer he is in the public eye the less people will want to vote for him. His chance was at the last general election and he blew it, as every day passes no matter how much the current government balls it up Corbyn hasn't got a hope in hell of being PM....not that he wants to be anyway.

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The idea of 'community ownership' is great until someone has to pay for something or actually do something, then it all goes wrong. Also see how quickly everyone is happy to sell on their community land to developers etc once they stand to benefit from it. It's madness of the highest order.

Also, I love how WJ, NE, Avery, Monbiot and Packham all publish papers which use papers written by one of the others as references - not at all an increasingly inward facing confirmation bias loop there!!

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3 minutes ago, The Mighty Prawn said:

Also, I love how WJ, NE, Avery, Monbiot and Packham all publish papers which use papers written by one of the others as references - not at all an increasingly inward facing confirmation bias loop there!!

Very much so.
And all refer to each other as 'highly respected' or 'an expert in'  when in all seriousness, not one of them is really that clever about anything, except massaging each others egos, and god knows what else.
It would be funny if they didnt have so much reach, and thats all down to the sycophantic lefty media .
Makes me want to puke.

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48 minutes ago, Penelope said:

The Abbottcus would need to shed a few pounds to play Tina's part.

😂😂

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1 hour ago, ferguson_tom said:

keep him as leader as far as i am concerned, longer he is in the public eye the less people will want to vote for him. His chance was at the last general election and he blew it, as every day passes no matter how much the current government balls it up Corbyn hasn't got a hope in hell of being PM....not that he wants to be anyway.

I wish shared your optimism. Labour have managed to con a lot of people, and the Conservatives have alienated an equal amount. Unless the new PM works wonders between now and the next GE, Labour have an extremely high chance of at least a power sharing government. And when they do, the countryside and shooting as we know it will be very different.

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I don't know why they are pushing 'community ownership' community anything doesn't really work because only a few of the community will actually put anything in. Its all a bit citizen Smith and the Tooting popular front just not as funny.

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God help us all if Corbyn and his hench men gain power.Things will be very different quite quickly.This is a man who thinks Venezuela have got things right.The money in this country will soon go abroad , and he will want to nationalise all the utility companies,railways along with the land grabs.

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3 hours ago, greylag said:

God help us all if Corbyn and his hench men gain power.Things will be very different quite quickly.This is a man who thinks Venezuela have got things right.The money in this country will soon go abroad , and he will want to nationalise all the utility companies,railways along with the land grabs.

And TAX every house owner and all with gardens. The supreme state needs get get money from somewhere, because like you say investment and business will soon be gone if him and his cronies get in.

I wonder how many diehard Labour supporters own houses or have a garden.

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2 hours ago, Newbie to this said:

wonder how many diehard Labour supporters own houses or have a garden.

quite a lot i imagine.

The way people are talking about land grabs and giving it back to the people makes me think of south Africa, giving the land back to the people worked wonders over there?

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15 hours ago, The Mighty Prawn said:

The idea of 'community ownership' is great until someone has to pay for something or actually do something, then it all goes wrong. Also see how quickly everyone is happy to sell on their community land to developers etc once they stand to benefit from it. It's madness of the highest order.

Works well here in Scotland. Local communities are buying up land and buildings that are being left to go to ruin by owners who cannot afford to do the work themselves and the checks and balances that are put in place stop problems from starting in the first place such as not being able to buy something that is a money pit.

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20 hours ago, Flyboy1950 said:

 

You just need to control the water supply. Every thing else then just follows.

Spot on Sir, 3 days without and you are gagging. Our politicos in their infinite wisdom let control of everything flow away.

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It has been going on for years and the French has stolen a march over the rest of Europe by gradually taking over water rights around the world, including Britian.

Try checking this link out   https://theecologist.org/2014/jun/04/water-wars-middle-east-1-trillion-stake

You can`t drink oil, water is and has been the key to controlling EVERYTHING.

Do your own research.

FB

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I must be missing the point somehow. If the French try to do something dodgy, they get kicked out by HMG. Just like Bolivia did to Bechtel. Simple. What would the French do in response - invade us? Don't think so.

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More proposals from the loony left;

Corbyn is going to prevent people being able to help their families by limiting how they can assist their children (much more than the limitations in place now);  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7146065/Jeremy-Corbyn-plots-tax-raid-children-parents-helped-housing-ladder.html

And MaDonnell is going to make us Cuba's biggest ally in the world; https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7145937/Britain-Cubas-staunchest-ally-Labour-win-power-says-John-McDonnell.html

The second will not go down well with our US ally - with whom we will need to trade - especially after Brexit.

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