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Huge: senior police officer says May lying re police nos/security #GE17 #Kirkham

If this situation weren’t so deadly serious, I would be laughing hysterically by now.

Out of the mouth of the police authority itself, we are told that the cut in the police force – made by Theresa May herself, when she was Home Secretry – has made the fight against terrorism in this country almost impossible to fight properly!

How can one party – the Tory party – get away with such bare-faced lies, and for so long?

I’ll tell you how – they control at least 3/4 of our media – with most of it being owned by just 6 – extremely wealthy – people, who want to keep that gravy boat the Tories have created, kept filled to overflowing – into their tax haven bank accounts!

Never mind all of the British people being killed by terrorists – none of these rich elite give a real damn about us – only what they can bleed us for 😦

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An extraordinary, frank attack on Theresa May by a senior police officer, live on television, needs to be seen by every person in this country:

Former Metropolitan Police Senior Investigating Officer Peter Kirkham states categorically that Theresa May’s claims that there are more police and more armed police on the streets than ever before is a lie, amid an excoriating assault on her credibility, honesty and on her fitness to keep this country secure.

And he’s right – as this chart of police numbers in England shows:

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Mrs May has been called out by someone who knows the truth. Make sure everyone knows it.

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May reported to police for Abbott comment electoral breach #GE17 #BBCQT

Will the lies from the Tory party ever end?

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As the SKWAWKBOX revealed on Friday night, Theresa May appears to have broken electoral law during her question and answer session with a BBC Question Time audience.

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In front of a television audience of millions, May alleged that Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott had advocated the removal of the DNA samples of ‘criminals and terrorists’ from police databases.

Abbott has, of course, done nothing of the sort. She has advocated the removal of the DNA of innocent people, because it infringes on our civil liberties, disproportionately affects ethnic minorities and includes the DNA of, for example, victims of crimes such as rape.

The Representation of the People Act 1983 states that making a false statement about the character or conduct of a candidate is an illegal practice:

representation-of-the-peoples-act-excerpt-false-statementsMay certainly cannot claim belief and reasonable grounds for belief that her false statement about Diane Abbott was true.

Now Wirral…

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Explosive: Rudd tries to censor election opponent to hide Saudi terror allegations #GE17

Yet another instance of a member of the Tory party censoring our right to know the truth about their dealings with Saudi Arabia – and how it all connects to the terrorist actions last night, and in Manchester!

Wake up people, before we lose our democracy!

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The SKWAWKBOX wanted to remain silent until this evening out of respect for the victims of last night’s terror atrocity and our hearts go out to those affected and their families.

But information that has come to light – and Theresa May’s clear attempt to politicise events – mean that it would be a dereliction of this blog’s purpose and duty to wait.

Theresa May this morning attempted to blame ‘too much tolerance’ for the attacks last night, in Manchester and on Westminster Bridge and is clearly positioning herself to exploit them in order to restrict civil liberties. A separate article will address her speech in detail.

But as broadcaster Paul Lewis highlighted this morning, May has blocked publication of a report into the funding of terrorism until at least after the election and possibly permanently – because it allegedly focuses on the central role of Saudi Arabia:

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Jeremy Corbyn on Everything . . .

I’ve not often sat to listen to political videos, but came across one on a post by  Beastrabban.

It’s an interview between Owen Jones and Jeremy Corbyn, and lasts around 45 minutes but, if you really want to know the thoughts and ideas of Jeremy Corbyn, then you should listen to it, and see what a difference he could make to us all.

Here’s the link to the interview through Owen Jone’s Youtube account, if you want to watch it directly:

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Conservative dark ads on Facebook and the media commentaries grossly misrepresent Corbyn’s views on ‘national security’ issues

I am so, so fed up with the dirty tricks and propaganda happening with the Tory party, in their fight against the Labour Party – it’s about time there were some rules put in place, to stop this sort of thing, so that the British public would then be able to concentrate on the policies that actually matter most to them! 😦

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                The real – Right wing authoritarian meets Pinochet

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The fake – Déjà vu: the Tories seem to imply that every Labour leader has “links” with the IRA and need a “coalition of chaos” to succeed. 

There is a picture of Corbyn circulating in both the mainstream media and on social media that was taken in 1995 with Gerry Adams, of Sinn Fein, in an attempt to try and link Corbyn with the IRA, albeit indirectly. The picture was actually taken after the Downing Street Declaration (an agreement between the UK and Ireland that the Northern Irish people had the right to self determination) which led to the first IRA ceasefire.

Corbyn contributed to the debate by pushing the IRA to abandon the bombings and sit down to negotiate since the 1980s. Margaret Thatcher held secret meetings with the IRA with the very…

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The Magic Money Tree And Other Fairy Stories

I’ve just read this post of Guy Debord’s Cat and, for the first time since becoming interested in politics, it has helped me underst our National debt, and how it relates to us all – and the lies politician’s tell us about it all!
There is a section quoting Joyce McMillan of The Scotsman, and it really brought it home to me how we’ve been hoodwinked into paying, and paying, and paying once again, for the Bank and it’s cronies, and their lavish lifestyles, while we all go without, suffer, and die, through lack of social funding!

If anyone from a working class background votes for the tories on the 8th, then I hope they reap what they sow, as they will be as much to blame for the loss of our democracy as the tories are!

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To hear the Tories, you’d be forgiven for thinking that they know what they’re talking about on all matters relating to the national finances. According to the media and the Tories themselves, they can be “trusted on the economy” (sic). After all, according to the political and economic pundits, they’re not the ones who “crashed the economy” or propose “tax and spend” policies are they?  In fact, to hear them talk you’d think they never taxed anyone nor spent any money. But it’s all just a fairy story,  just like the ‘magic money tree’ that only the Labour Party has access to.

The phrase ‘magic money tree’ seems to have made an appearance in the last 10 to 15 years, and it’s used by Tories and ‘researchers’ from right-wing think-tanks to denigrate the economic ideas and policies of opposition parties – especially the Labour Party.  Its use by these groups is…

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