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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    It'll be fine. A COBRA meeting has been scheduled.
    Crisis meeting to work out how May should react without appearing to be cold, but without overreacting to compensate for Grenfell Tower.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    you know what folks, this aint going in a good direction

    we have government which cannot govern

    and we have civil war starting on the streets

    deniers turn your heads away now, this is the beginning of civil war

    I wouldn't be surprised with a state of emergency and curfews

    I'll be cancelling the night with the family in Covent Garden in August

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    and a class war started by Korbyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by saptastic View Post
    and a class war started by Korbyn
    Thatcher started the Class War. These are the dying skirmishes before the total victory of the ruling class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post

    I'll be cancelling the night with the family in Covent Garden in August

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Crisis meeting to work out how May should react without appearing to be cold, but without overreacting to compensate for Grenfell Tower.
    Since they called the Mayor of London to the meeting I suspect you are right.
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    to the armchair super hero's

    let's not discredit and disrespect our fore fathers by comparing this to WWI or WWII, and let's not start a p!ssing contest to see who's recent ancestors contributed the most in the previous conflicts and who is toughest armchair hero amongst us in 2017

    The government has lost control

    As somebody who visits London once a year, why to take the risk ?

    I would not be surprised to see a state of emergency

    The government are currently not in control

    and here's the thing, if this was WWI or WWII we'd all know to a large extent who the enemy are (where enemy in this sense are those who intend to harm us), and we would have been prepared with sufficient items to protect ourselves

    if we were to leave home in 2017 and go into central London, and be prepared for the unknown by having on our presence some items which could be used for self defence/protection, we'd be locked up

    obviously we need to be vigilant, I looked into rucksacks with stab proof backs, but there are not many on the market and they have all sold out

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    to the armchair super hero's
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    to the armchair super hero's

    let's not discredit and disrespect our fore fathers by comparing this to WWI or WWII, and let's not start a p!ssing contest to see who's recent ancestors contributed the most in the previous conflicts and who is toughest armchair hero amongst us in 2017

    The government has lost control

    As somebody who visits London once a year, why to take the risk ?

    I would not be surprised to see a state of emergency

    The government are currently not in control

    and here's the thing, if this was WWI or WWII we'd all know to a large extent who the enemy are (where enemy in this sense are those who intend to harm us), and we would have been prepared with sufficient items to protect ourselves

    if we were to leave home in 2017 and go into central London, and be prepared for the unknown by having on our presence some items which could be used for self defence/protection, we'd be locked up

    obviously we need to be vigilant, I looked into rucksacks with stab proof backs, but there are not many on the market and they have all sold out

    Milan.
    Have you stopped driving, cycling or crossing the road because of the risk?

    These are the 2016 UK figures for road casualties.

    Killed 1,810
    Serious injury 25,160
    Slight injury 157,400
    Total injury 182,560

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reporte..._Great_Britain
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Have you stopped driving, cycling or crossing the road because of the risk?

    These are the 2016 UK figures for road casualties.

    Killed 1,810
    Serious injury 25,160
    Slight injury 157,400
    Total injury 182,560

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reporte..._Great_Britain

    yes and these are accidents where both parties try to avoid them

    these are not situations where one party is intent on casualties

    Milan.

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    The EDL, Nigel Farage, and the right wingers on here have been very quiet in condemning this attack They must all condemn it now, they must do more to stop their communities from carrying out these attacks, or they will be shown for the hypocrites that they truly are.
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