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    Default Thoughts on the London Bridge attack.

    WE never seem to get a full explanation of what went on, with the recent attack, but I can't help feeling it was a false flag. There are lots of questions that don't add up in my estimation.

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    I'm not generally given to conspiracy theories but this just seems so convenient. Boris is getting a bit of a bashing.... Something similar happened during Theresa May's election campaign didn't it?

    What's really grinding my gears about it though, are the blatant lies that are being told in trying to pass the blame: plus, if we are to take this event at face value, the attempts to make political gain from it is truly shameful.

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    I entirely agree.
    The meme seems to be Labour are sympathisers with this kind of outrage and only Johnson can be trusted.
    (And quite apart from obvious inconsistencies with the narrative anyway).
    What I find deeply reprehensible is that at the highest levels for very some dangerous games are being played.
    Last edited by margaret; 02-12-2019 at 11:45 AM.

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    We are but pawns Margaret.

    Sadly, the working classes are too busy infighting and thinking they are better than each other to realise that they are not only being played, but laughed at too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbonk View Post
    We are but pawns Margaret.

    Sadly, the working classes are too busy infighting and thinking they are better than each other to realise that they are not only being played, but laughed at too.

    Exactly!

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    Divide and conquer! - Oldest tactic known to man.

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    Johnson did seem to jump on it very quickly by promising tougher prison sentences (which obviously work!).

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