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Quinky

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Re: Brexit
« Reply #180 on: Sunday 01-Dec-2019, 23:21* »

I'm not sure your Gender Equality thoughts (on this board and others) are wholly based on fairness.


I'm yet to meet anyone (feminists especially) who seem to have a clear view of what "gender equality" really is. The usual diatribe is "more women" and "more money for women". No substance, no reasoning, just repetition of the mantra.

dr_miles

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« Reply #181 on: Wednesday 04-Dec-2019, 09:18* »
I'm yet to meet anyone (feminists especially) who seem to have a clear view of what "gender equality" really is. The usual diatribe is "more women" and "more money for women". No substance, no reasoning, just repetition of the mantra.

Luckily no one has done any work to define this at all: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_equality

deadlyfrom5yardsout

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Re: Brexit
« Reply #182 on: Friday 06-Dec-2019, 09:41* »
Talking of tactical voting I shall nail my colours to the mast. I simply cannot support the essentially 2 party system we have here in the UK. We absolutely have to move to a more consensual form of politics with Proportional Representation. I normally look for a good solid Independent who understands and supports local issues and give them my support. However, because one must study the issues current at the time and really try to avoid voting along Presidential style politics for personalities, I shall be voting for BoJo. I voted Remain in the Referendum but this election is a single issue one about Brexit because the Establishment simply would not allow the voice of the people to be heard in the Leave result. I strongly believe that you cannot keep having another vote until you get your desired result so I will be voting BoJo to Leave to honour the result of the Referendum. Whether I will ever vote Tory again is another matter.

deadlyfrom5yardsout

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Re: Brexit
« Reply #183 on: Friday 06-Dec-2019, 09:42* »
 Oh, and if I hear one more person say that those who voted Leave did not know what they voted for I shall scream and scream until I am sick

 

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