Registered On: December 24, 2013
You’re as sick as Gurnelista, Heath. Your comments and those of Gurnelista are pathetic, there is no other word for them. By your reckoning if a black person were to call you “pathetic” it would justify you being racist. There is absolutely no difference. I seriously pity anyone who believes this is remotely acceptable. You and Gurnelista get away with it on here, first, because the mods are weak; and, second, because your mates on here are too weak to call you out. They’ll jump on me at the drop of a hat and be self-righteous about racism yet because I’m a Tory and this is about mental health they’re not interested.
Is there any wonder the country voted to leave the EU and Labour were hammered at the last election with people such as you supporting them (and no, BRI, I don’t include you in that).
As for sticking to the facts, Deerey, I wish you would. Had it not been for Brexit the UK would now be embroiled in the complete mess the EU is making of its vaccination programme. Yes, the UK government has made dreadful mistakes over the pandemic but the boot’s now on the other foot. Yet somehow this is deflection?! That’s a joke.
As for any trade deal with the USA it’s far too early to know what’s going to happen with Biden. The FT has no more idea than you do but like any medium it’s going to publish what it sees as a story. In the current circumstances it’s hardly surprising that anything other than the pandemic is going to be given much priority.
Gurnelista, the only person you’re fooling is yourself. It would help if you understood the meaning of non sequitur. Your initial argument was completely illogical, but you’re so blinkered by your communist spectacles that you just can’t see the parallels between UKIP and Farage and Labour under Corbyn, or — even — the Republicans under Trump.
But of course we just get your usual bluster. Given the number of times you’ve failed to answer my question about anti Semitism under Corbyn I’d say you are anti Semitic, in other words a racist. Of course you could put me straight on this by making it clear that what happened under Corbyn was unacceptable, but I’m not holding my breath.