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Author Topic: Bojo no mo'. Can you explain this to murkans?  (Read 6638 times)

Garry G

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Re: Bojo no mo'. Can you explain this to murkans?
« Reply #90 on: August 04, 2022, 10:00:27 AM »
To be fair the alternative is actually being ruled by corporate vampires so I'll stick with appointed civil servants.
Possibly the silliest take in this thread. Bravo.

I'm a believer in a mixed economy so a degree of governmental oversight from appointed professionals makes sense to me. I'm sure I'd find your perspective just as silly.

Not as silly as the idea that Johnson was forced to resign because he failed to implement a world wide economic reset for a shadowy cabal that advertises themselves but there you go.

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Re: Bojo no mo'. Can you explain this to murkans?
« Reply #91 on: August 04, 2022, 06:46:36 PM »
To be fair the alternative is actually being ruled by corporate vampires so I'll stick with appointed civil servants.
Possibly the silliest take in this thread. Bravo.

I'm a believer in a mixed economy so a degree of governmental oversight from appointed professionals makes sense to me. I'm sure I'd find your perspective just as silly.

Not as silly as the idea that Johnson was forced to resign because he failed to implement a world wide economic reset for a shadowy cabal that advertises themselves but there you go.

The only one claiming it's a "shadowy/secret" cabal is you. We know who they are, what they want and the lenghts they are willing to go to get there (genocide/democide). We have even named them : The WEF.
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Re: Bojo no mo'. Can you explain this to murkans?
« Reply #92 on: August 05, 2022, 12:19:29 PM »
To be fair the alternative is actually being ruled by corporate vampires so I'll stick with appointed civil servants.
Possibly the silliest take in this thread. Bravo.

I'm a believer in a mixed economy so a degree of governmental oversight from appointed professionals makes sense to me. I'm sure I'd find your perspective just as silly.

Not as silly as the idea that Johnson was forced to resign because he failed to implement a world wide economic reset for a shadowy cabal that advertises themselves but there you go.

The only one claiming it's a "shadowy/secret" cabal is you. We know who they are, what they want and the lenghts they are willing to go to get there (genocide/democide). We have even named them : The WEF.

And they're able to make a head of state resign through their totally transparent machinations?

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Re: Bojo no mo'. Can you explain this to murkans?
« Reply #93 on: November 02, 2022, 08:04:11 AM »
Just in case you haven't been following British politics the last few months, it's like this:

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