It’s because god (the Catholic version) is actually 3 entities. There is a ‘theory’ that you and Boradmoor (BM1) are one and the same. I suppose it’s because when Boradmoor was suspended (1st or 2nd time??) you popped up within a few nanoseconds. You also have quite a similar writing style. It doesn’t make you him…it’s only a ‘theory’.
Someone once described Boradmoor as a ‘master trader’…and I believe they were serious…although ‘probably’ not sober.
Can we default into a ‘No’ deal…because Parliament have voted against it (the one thing that has got a majority). So if democracy is the will of Parliament then a ‘No’ deal crash out would be against that decision (IMO).
I don’t count any Brexiteer’s silence on the NZ atrocity as tacit support for it. There will be plenty though that are willing to condone it openly. I can guarantee that if we looked on the ADVFN UKIP thread or the Yahoo board, for example, there will be comments such as “They have had a taste of their own medicine” or “Its fake news, its a cover up, it was a fall out between Jhadis”, etc. I could easily find real people like the 3 I mentioned above who will think that the carnage was no loss.
But I too am firmly against censorship of views unless they develop into inciting others to violence, especially when uttered by people who have influence.
There has to be some limits, an extreme example being the power of words employed by Hitler in the the 1930s. The Australian Governor apologist for the NZ murders or the anti immigrant front pages of the Brexit Express are no so far removed from the tropes of that period.
The UK cannot take “No deal” off the table without the agreement of the 27 EU states - unless it REVOKES Article 50. That it can do unilaterally.
I wish it would but what we are likely to see on Tuesday is the newly bribed DUP turncoat and back May’s deal, followed by the ERG and a clutch of self-serving Labour rebels.
Then we shall have to start a long campaign for another Referendum against the tyranny of the dead and nearly dead with our waves of new young and young minded voters. We will achieve this by the end of the “Transition period”.
And then there was another Conservative member, who photographed himself with Boris Johnson in 2015, who once wrote that he was “going through a few magazines the other day down at the local mosque … then the rifle jammed”. (As reported in the Guardian). No action was taken on this by the party Chairman.
The “joke” looks especially sick now I guess. I hope he is thoroughly ashamed of himself.