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Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 19:37 22 Jun 2020
by Shankster
Terrance, you need help. You’re obviously a feeble minded tike, the perpetrator of this disgusting, evil, senseless, barbaric, cowardly and futile crime is also a feeble minded tike. Just goes to show how easy it is for the weak willed to be hood winked.

You also mentioned some sort of diatribe about British lives? One of the innocent victims was not British.

Leave the gammon behind chap and step into 2020

Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 19:47 22 Jun 2020
by Ponty
Balham_Green wrote:
Site Manager wrote: Some posts have been removed from this thread and also one person removed from Pasoti.


The op put on a blatantly racist post which has been removed. I see he can still post though. Its alright to have 'es sort' on here then is it?


You may be wrong?

Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 20:56 22 Jun 2020
by Balham_Green
Ponty wrote:
Balham_Green wrote:
Site Manager wrote: Some posts have been removed from this thread and also one person removed from Pasoti.


The op put on a blatantly racist post which has been removed. I see he can still post though. Its alright to have 'es sort' on here then is it?


You may be wrong?


You're right. He doesnt 'exist' any more. Gone back to the hole he came out of. What can you do with people like that? Well done Pasoti.

Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 12:01 08 Jul 2020
by ghost of hughie reed
Balham_Green wrote:
up_the_line wrote:
GreenThing wrote: How is it Labour’s fault when they haven’t been In Govenment for 10 years?


Because everything is Labour's fault and always always will be. 10 years in government clearly isnt long enough for the Tories to take responsibility for anything that is happening currently. I certainly can't think of any Tory Home Secretary being warned by a policeman about the drastic cuts to their services and what the repercussions would be.....


Yep. Even the worldwide financial crisis in 2008 was Labour's fault too. :facepalm:


It was to a fair extent. The global centre for credit derivative swaps was London abetted by Gordon Brown reducing regulation and oversight of the financial industry in order to increase the tax take from that sector to pay for tax credits mostly. Ground zero of the great fin crash was the credit derivative market.

Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 15:07 08 Jul 2020
by CambsGreen1
ghost of hughie reed wrote:
Balham_Green wrote:
up_the_line wrote:
GreenThing wrote: How is it Labour’s fault when they haven’t been In Govenment for 10 years?


Because everything is Labour's fault and always always will be. 10 years in government clearly isnt long enough for the Tories to take responsibility for anything that is happening currently. I certainly can't think of any Tory Home Secretary being warned by a policeman about the drastic cuts to their services and what the repercussions would be.....


Yep. Even the worldwide financial crisis in 2008 was Labour's fault too. :facepalm:


It was to a fair extent. The global centre for credit derivative swaps was London abetted by Gordon Brown reducing regulation and oversight of the financial industry in order to increase the tax take from that sector to pay for tax credits mostly. Ground zero of the great fin crash was the credit derivative market.


This has some substance although I recall at the time Osborne saying deregulation didn't go far enough and he would go much further !!!

Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 20:25 08 Jul 2020
by Balham_Green
CambsGreen1 wrote:
ghost of hughie reed wrote:
Balham_Green wrote:
up_the_line wrote:
GreenThing wrote: How is it Labour’s fault when they haven’t been In Govenment for 10 years?


Because everything is Labour's fault and always always will be. 10 years in government clearly isnt long enough for the Tories to take responsibility for anything that is happening currently. I certainly can't think of any Tory Home Secretary being warned by a policeman about the drastic cuts to their services and what the repercussions would be.....


Yep. Even the worldwide financial crisis in 2008 was Labour's fault too. :facepalm:


It was to a fair extent. The global centre for credit derivative swaps was London abetted by Gordon Brown reducing regulation and oversight of the financial industry in order to increase the tax take from that sector to pay for tax credits mostly. Ground zero of the great fin crash was the credit derivative market.


This has some substance although I recall at the time Osborne saying deregulation didn't go far enough and he would go much further !!!


I wonder who it was who started deregulation in the first place? Initials MT.
The crash actually originated in any event in the sub prime housing market collapse in USA. Guess that was Brown's fault as well?

Re: Religion of Peace again ?

Posted: 11:19 09 Jul 2020
by ghost of hughie reed
Balham_Green wrote:
CambsGreen1 wrote:
ghost of hughie reed wrote:
Balham_Green wrote:
up_the_line wrote:
GreenThing wrote: How is it Labour’s fault when they haven’t been In Govenment for 10 years?


Because everything is Labour's fault and always always will be. 10 years in government clearly isnt long enough for the Tories to take responsibility for anything that is happening currently. I certainly can't think of any Tory Home Secretary being warned by a policeman about the drastic cuts to their services and what the repercussions would be.....


Yep. Even the worldwide financial crisis in 2008 was Labour's fault too. :facepalm:


It was to a fair extent. The global centre for credit derivative swaps was London abetted by Gordon Brown reducing regulation and oversight of the financial industry in order to increase the tax take from that sector to pay for tax credits mostly. Ground zero of the great fin crash was the credit derivative market.


This has some substance although I recall at the time Osborne saying deregulation didn't go far enough and he would go much further !!!


I wonder who it was who started deregulation in the first place? Initials MT.
The crash actually originated in any event in the sub prime housing market collapse in USA. Guess that was Brown's fault as well?


Americas dodgy home loans were packaged up and and sold on in instruments known as credit derivatives. There was a big market for these operating in London, it was known you could get rid of any dodgy do-do there, because the Brits were deliberately looking the other way as were American rating agencies.