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poolseasider

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Asking Alistair Campbell the Labour ex advisor to comment on Boris is like the views of Anne Widcombe on Starmer or Tommy Robinson with racial equality.
 

EPM46

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Post it on the politics side of the board so I can avoid this shite thanks.👍
Asking Alistair Campbell the Labour ex advisor to comment on Boris is like the views of Anne Widcombe on Starmer or Tommy Robinson with racial equality.
If you don’t want to read it, then don’t! The title of the post is quite explanatory!
Never mind Widecombe or Robinson. What are your views on the Buffoon?
 

ElBurroSinNombre

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Campbell is quite prolific on Twitter.
He should be careful when calling people dishonest - Johnson has many faults but so far, hasn't led us into a war on the basis of a false premise like Campbell and Blair did. The suicide of the weapons inspector Alan Kelly after a media frenzy induced by Campbell was particularly unnecessary and sad. The war that we were involved in instigating in Iraq has also created decades of instability in the middle east and has cost millions of lives (and cost billions that we could have spent in our own country). So I am not a great fan of his and what he says should be taken with a pinch of salt. he is the equivalent of a one eyed Tory loyalist like a more intelligent Nadine Dorries.
 

Lytham_fy8

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Campbell is quite prolific on Twitter.
He should be careful when calling people dishonest - Johnson has many faults but so far, hasn't led us into a war on the basis of a false premise like Campbell and Blair did. The suicide of the weapons inspector Alan Kelly after a media frenzy induced by Campbell was particularly unnecessary and sad. The war that we were involved in instigating in Iraq has also created decades of instability in the middle east and has cost millions of lives (and cost billions that we could have spent in our own country). So I am not a great fan of his and what he says should be taken with a pinch of salt. he is the equivalent of a one eyed Tory loyalist like a more intelligent Nadine Dorries.
Completely agree, Campbell is a cunt.
 

585 = never give up

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Campbell is quite prolific on Twitter.
He should be careful when calling people dishonest - Johnson has many faults but so far, hasn't led us into a war on the basis of a false premise like Campbell and Blair did. The suicide of the weapons inspector Alan Kelly after a media frenzy induced by Campbell was particularly unnecessary and sad. The war that we were involved in instigating in Iraq has also created decades of instability in the middle east and has cost millions of lives (and cost billions that we could have spent in our own country). So I am not a great fan of his and what he says should be taken with a pinch of salt. he is the equivalent of a one eyed Tory loyalist like a more intelligent Nadine Dorries.
A brilliant post.
I've just two things to add if I may: 1) IF Alan Kelly commited suicide - his death was very convenient to some 2) Campbell is a Hillbilly & that speaks volumes about his rants
 

ElBurroSinNombre

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A brilliant post.
I've just two things to add if I may: 1) IF Alan Kelly commited suicide - his death was very convenient to some 2) Campbell is a Hillbilly & that speaks volumes about his rants
It was similar to the death of the anti Iraq war minister Robin Cook (at around the same time) and it did raise a question in my mind. Cook was again at a physically isolated spot where there could be no witnesses. Maybe coincidence, maybe not - there were lots of vested interests in going to war. I would hope that UK intelligence were not involved whatever the truth is.
 

Archibald Knox

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It was similar to the death of the anti Iraq war minister Robin Cook (at around the same time) and it did raise a question in my mind. Cook was again at a physically isolated spot where there could be no witnesses. Maybe coincidence, maybe not - there were lots of vested interests in going to war. I would hope that UK intelligence were not involved whatever the truth is.
Oh come on. Robin Cook had a massive heart attack while coming down after climbing Ben Stack (2,365 ft) due to undiagnosed hypertensive heart disease. He was airlifted by helicopter to hospital within 30 minutes. The witnesses were his second wife, Gaynor, and another walker who helped but wishes to remain anonymous (there’s your conspiracy!).

And that was 2 years after his ministerial resignation. I’ll agree that for those two years he was a real pain to the Blair Government by agitating over Iraq.
 

ElBurroSinNombre

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Oh come on. Robin Cook had a massive heart attack while coming down after climbing Ben Stack (2,365 ft) due to undiagnosed hypertensive heart disease. He was airlifted by helicopter to hospital within 30 minutes. The witnesses were his second wife, Gaynor, and another walker who helped but wishes to remain anonymous (there’s your conspiracy!).

And that was 2 years after his ministerial resignation. I’ll agree that for those two years he was a real pain to the Blair Government by agitating over Iraq.
Yes I agree, I don't believe in conspiracy theories generally. The two deaths were in all probability as reported but it should be noted that they were also convenient deaths for the government. It always does (and should) raise a question. Kelly could have been a real thorn in the side of Campbell and co and was a rational, informed voice against the charge to get into Iraq.
 
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