Daily Review 12/07/2018

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, July 12th, 2018 - 16 comments
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16 comments on “Daily Review 12/07/2018”

  1. adam 1

    Brought to you by the Dept of distributing breadcrumbs to the proles

  2. Cinny 2

    Rose Renton has been found guilty of offensive behaviour after the poison incident with nick smith.

    Rubbing it on his SHOULDER…..and a chair etc. She didn’t rub it on his face like nick smith publically claimed.

    Sooooo….. did smith say under oath that she rubbed it on his face?
    He was pretty happy to preach that narrative to the media when it happened.

    If so is that not lying in court?

    Things that make you go hmmmmmmm

    • James 2.1

      She deserves anything she gets.

      • Robert Guyton 2.1.1

        Like…Cinny’s support?

        • McFlock


          And a trivial conviction. Offensive behaviour is pretty mild.

          • RedLogix

            It seems this happened while I’ve been offline; how dangerous was the poison?

            Because on the face of it this protest stepped firmly over the line.

            • McFlock

              1080 I think.

              If it had been an insecticide she could have been done for assault with a deadly weapon.

              • RedLogix

                Ta … that answers the obvious question I had.

              • McFlock

                Lol that comment looks snarky as hell – I just meant one of the insecticides they used on orchards I worked at in the 1990s, which caused rashes if you touched the trees within a couple of days of application.

                But reading it now it looksi was calling smith an insect. Some might, but I was really just commenting on why she only got done for offensive behaviour.

              • JC

                An Insecticide, like “Raid”, or perhaps “Mortein”, or another readily procurable Toxin such as “Talon” from your friendly Hardware store … ?
                to Remove those pesky Pests from your life….

        • greywarshark

          Thanks Adam
          and Joe90
          for those great videos. Very well done.
          I too looked through past reports to see just what Rose did. It seemed to differ. Nick I think was happy to have this happen. Joyce had the dildo, and now him and rat poison. Politicians like to think that they can arouse passions in the public. I think the decision was a good one. It can’t be overlooked and we don’t want people being attacked whoever they are, or what they have done.

  3. joe90 3

    O Canada!

  4. joe90 4

    This is how it’s done.

    Geert Wilders
    ‏Verified account @geertwilderspvv

    UK Ambassador in The Hague just informed the Dutch authorities that they will not provide for my security in London this Saturday and will not give the Dutch diplomatic police weapon permits either, so unfortunately I cannot attend nor speak at the #FreeTommy rally in London.


  5. JC 5

    …. “However, “THEY” said there would be a full Resource Management Act process with opportunity for consultation if mining rights were applied for”



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