Subscribe: Chatter
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/forum/rss/2
Added By: Feedage Forager Feedage Grade B rated
Language: English
Tags:
bar  barnaby  corbyn  jeremy corbyn  jeremy  people  prince wales  prince  quote  ruby street  russia  time  wales ruby  war 
Rate this Feed
Rate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feed
Rate this feed 1 starRate this feed 2 starRate this feed 3 starRate this feed 4 starRate this feed 5 star

Comments (0)

Feed Details and Statistics Feed Statistics
Preview: Chatter

Chatter



If it's not SE1-specific, it belongs here. Whether it's serious political discussion or frivolous banter.



Published: Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:08:38 +0100

Last Build Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:08:38 +0100

 



Re: Jaw and War

Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:08:38 +0100

My old Mum said Paramount ...nothing like a War to make a Rich Man richer...



Jaw and War

Thu, 12 Apr 2018 21:29:39 +0100

Really brave souls must now take a step back from the brink of the abyss re Syria and Russia... it's so easy to strike but not to turn the other cheek and set an example and just a glimpse perhaps of a brave new world order



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Thu, 12 Apr 2018 11:04:36 +0100

Wonder no more.
There are local elections next month.
At the last General Election the same tactics were used against Corbyn, blacken his name and political agenda with innuendo and half truths, downright lies and smears, thus the Tories reaped their reward. Labour did not get sufficient votes and the Tories managed to sneak most seats and even then needed to remove two billion pounds from their mysterious magic money tree to use as a bribe for their N.I.associates so that they could form a government.
Even their money tree cannot raise the sums needed to cheat this time so they use their ever willing fools in the media, particularly the press and the BBC, to pursue this vindictive campaign against Labour and Corbyn.
We can expect more in the next month probably moving away from the anti-semite attack to another accusation which will be as false as the assertion that Corbyn is a back-door anti-semite.



Trump etc

Wed, 11 Apr 2018 19:22:27 +0100

This is a step too far .. any proposed war should be placed before Paerliamrnt and PM well advised to steer clear of involvement as Blair Bush etc.. Farage is nervous of this also.



Re: Nigel Farrage

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 10:15:03 +0100

Suppose the remainers can say ..."oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.."...?



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 10:08:38 +0100

Agreed. And perhaps certain protests against JC are fuelled and infiltrated by persons with another agenda...to remove JC etc at all costs....I wonder whom?



JC Labour Party

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 09:43:16 +0100

Jeremy Labour Party may not be much good but its head n shoulders above anything the likes of Blair or Keir Starmer would or could offer us....



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Sun, 08 Apr 2018 13:06:32 +0100

Ahhhhhhhhhhahahahahahaha we're now supposed to believe that Assad has hit with chemical weapons, sorry, but hahahahahahaha, does anyone believe these people?

My God we are in a s***storm here. The West seem to be angling for another cold war, at best.

I don't know how many people read Chatter, but we are in very worrying times here, make no mistake.



Re: BOJO

Wed, 04 Apr 2018 11:41:42 +0100

[quote Paramount]Re Russia and diplomacy Boris really is a BIG twerp! Should be sacked forthwith![/quote]

Prophetic. He has now been proven to have lied to a German reporter, RE: the Porton Down investigation into the Russian poisoning.

If you listen to the audio of the interview, he really does sound like a child being questioned by a teacher.



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Wed, 04 Apr 2018 11:38:43 +0100

[quote boroughonian]The former ambassador to Uzbekistan sad today that pressure had been put on the scientists at Porton Down to say that this nerve agent was from Russia, they refused. The compromise made was the words "of the type made by Russia". He also said that not only did Russia decommission their nerve gas programme, which was carried out in Uzbekistan, but the Americans took everything that was there, including the scientist that come up with the formula.

Very worrying, it feels like they wanted to "sex up" matters, we know what happened last time they did that.[/quote]

And so it unravels, well it would if the media were free.

Boris proven to have lied already. I don't think you would have to delve that deep to get to the bottom of this.

Did the postman get infected?



BOJO

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 23:05:07 +0000

Re Russia and diplomacy Boris really is a BIG twerp! Should be sacked forthwith!



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 11:31:11 +0000

John McDonell now revealing some treachery.... Re JC .. "Et tu Brute? "



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 13:08:21 +0000

John McDonell now revealing some treachery.... Re JC .. "Et tu Brute? "



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:14:07 +0000

The former ambassador to Uzbekistan sad today that pressure had been put on the scientists at Porton Down to say that this nerve agent was from Russia, they refused. The compromise made was the words "of the type made by Russia". He also said that not only did Russia decommission their nerve gas programme, which was carried out in Uzbekistan, but the Americans took everything that was there, including the scientist that come up with the formula.

Very worrying, it feels like they wanted to "sex up" matters, we know what happened last time they did that.



Re: 4 Days That Shook The World

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 12:48:11 +0000

Roy Larner stood at the front of a bar and fought against 2 armed men while the rest of the bar escaped. If Roy Larner isn't there a lot of people get hurt, or worse. He was the story for days afterwards. His name wasn't even uttered during this programme, nor the other two locals that harried the attackers early on in the attack and were the initial headline makers/heroes.
What do you think the story would be if Roy was, say, Polish or Lithuanian?
He wouldn't be the first unpalatable Londoner to put his life on the line for us.

I am in absolutely no doubt, that there is a war against white working class people in this country.

The middle class have no idea what they're doing with regard to society, even the lefties among them are children of Thatcher and possess a Bonoesque self importance and little REAL regard for society in general. "Oh no, not another Pret".

We're doomed.



4 Days That Shook The World

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:20:04 +0000

Did anyone watch this. Notice how only foreign people were shown to have fought back heroically (and they did)?
How Roy Larner was ignored along with a few other local people that undoubtedly saved lives? I don't think the nutty lefty people we have in charge truly believe that the black bloke is British.

What an utter disgrace that programme was, including a bit of Islamophobia at the end to balance things up a bit.



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:01:46 +0000

[quote Paramount]Corbyn has my admiration re Russia. ..he is restrained and statesmanlike and the government appears to be frightened knaves and fools ...whatever the truth in this issue ..peace is only pursued by the really brave not easy to turn the other cheek..jaw jaw.not war war......still wish Benn and Powell were here now[/quote]

I suspect he smells a rat and can't exactly say it. I know I do. For a few years now, they have been trying to paint Putin as a monster, citing Crimea and Georgia. Unfortunately, the people accusing him of this are the same mob that has completely decimated the Middle East, killing hundreds of thousands and displacing millions, creating the worst refugee crisis the World has ever seen.

This story is falling apart, anyone that looks into it will smell a Rat.
Did you know, the brave police officer that "rushed to the aid" of the two victims, didn't actually. He got infected at their home, the two other victims were elsewhere.



Re: Jeremy Corbyn

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 22:59:01 +0000

Corbyn has my admiration re Russia. ..he is restrained and statesmanlike and the government appears to be frightened knaves and fools ...whatever the truth in this issue ..peace is only pursued by the really brave not easy to turn the other cheek..jaw jaw.not war war......still wish Benn and Powell were here now



Re: The Brexit Lies

Sat, 10 Mar 2018 14:37:42 +0000

Arise Sir Nick



The Brexit Lies

Sat, 10 Mar 2018 14:13:26 +0000

The biggest of them all......

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay9lXGJJ7NM&t=291s



BBC and Brexit

Thu, 08 Mar 2018 13:25:15 +0000

Haha oh come on, it's blimming silly now. We all pay for this thing, therefore it has to at least try to be impartial, it's just got ridiculous. They wont have any left wing Brexiteer anywhere near Question Time, like Galloway, a previous regular and good value too.
It's not like choosing a newspaper to buy, based on it's left or right wing bias, is it?
BBC news is going to be a laughing stock if it carries on the way it is, like an antidote for Fox.



Re: The Barnaby

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 14:18:34 +0000

[quote Tom Pepper][quote SteveO]Can you tell me if the Barnaby was the pub that had the bar that was covered in coins or was it the Prince of Wales in ruby street thanks
Steve[/quote]

As a patron of both pubs from my misspent late twenties to early forties, it was The Barnaby that had the coins, (old pennies?) stuck in the surface of the bar, it was run by George Cottle, and his wife Maureen, who also had the Red Cow in The Grange.
The Prince of Wales in Ruby Street was run by Teddy Haines, or maybe Haynes, not sure of the spelling.
At the time that I used the Prince of Wales, I was heavily involved with a Polish girl, who could have won the Miss World contest had she deigned to enter it, “our song” was Rod Stewart’s Maggie May, and it was played to death in that pub, no wonder we were always in there.[/quote]

Ironically, the Barnaby was the first pub I had to get a pint in with a pound coin, I tried to wave it around for the barmaid to see, like an old pound. It was match day, I was there a while.



Re: The Barnaby

Fri, 09 Feb 2018 12:45:43 +0000

[quote SteveO]Can you tell me if the Barnaby was the pub that had the bar that was covered in coins or was it the Prince of Wales in ruby street thanks
Steve[/quote]

As a patron of both pubs from my misspent late twenties to early forties, it was The Barnaby that had the coins, (old pennies?) stuck in the surface of the bar, it was run by George Cottle, and his wife Maureen, who also had the Red Cow in The Grange.
The Prince of Wales in Ruby Street was run by Teddy Haines, or maybe Haynes, not sure of the spelling.
At the time that I used the Prince of Wales, I was heavily involved with a Polish girl, who could have won the Miss World contest had she deigned to enter it, “our song” was Rod Stewart’s Maggie May, and it was played to death in that pub, no wonder we were always in there.



Re: The Barnaby

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 20:02:32 +0000

Can you tell me if the Barnaby was the pub that had the bar that was covered in coins or was it the Prince of Wales in ruby street thanks
Steve



Re: New to the forum? Introduce yourself!

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 22:08:24 +0000

Hi

I am new to this site.

I was born in Polock Road Elephant and Castle in 1952 and moved away while still a child. I would love to chat to anyone who lived in the area around that time.



Look forward to hearing from you

Mags Clark... Formerly Mags Gilfoyle



Re: New to the forum? Introduce yourself!

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 15:04:04 +0000

Hi everyone. Just found this site! I was born in the Elephant Polock Road 1952 and moved away while still a child. Would love to chat to anyone who remembers the area from those days. Mags Clark.. Formerly Guilfoyle.



Re: Animal welfare

Mon, 04 Dec 2017 17:17:01 +0000

Boroughonian I honestly was under impression that they had banned battery hens? Saw a programme last years about some ladies knitting waistcoats for ex battery hens...



Re: Animal welfare

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 22:33:48 +0000

I e mailed the RSPCA asking the question, they replied asking me if I could take a couple in as pets! Boring pets but cheap to keep I suppose.



Animal welfare

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 14:00:05 +0000

I have this concern.

I had quite an addiction to the Chicken Cottage, in Lower Marsh, BBQ wings. Every wing had the bone snapped in two, I became a little uneasy about it and stopped buying them (I should really have looked further into it).
Mrs b has been buying the frozen Southern Fried wings from Tesco, same thing, all the wings (there's two bits to this, I'm talking about the drumstick bit) are snapped.
I now have this vision of Chickens having their wings snapped and stuck in cages.
I have a feeling I'm a bit behind the times and that this is accepted practise, is it?



Re: Black Friday

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 14:24:27 +0000

Dear MissyB....print out which report and enlarge it and stick it on shop door...:-)