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Postby Citizen Smith » 23 Dec 2017, 09:22

For those repeatedly suffering ethnic cleansing and land stealing which seems to show no sign of being dealt with in any meaningful way.
Shame on humanity. :(
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Postby putney » 23 Dec 2017, 10:18

Lets spare a thought to all those who are forced to eat turkey this christmas :lol:
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Re: Lets spare a thought

Postby Sir Brixalot » 23 Dec 2017, 10:52

Yes and for all those in the UK who use food banks and are too poor to buy a decent meal. It a crying shame.
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Postby dbz864 » 23 Dec 2017, 12:56

Spare a thought for those who use food banks who dont need to, a lot are just tight and abuse things because its free.
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Postby dbz864 » 23 Dec 2017, 12:57

Sir Brixalot wrote:Yes and for all those in the UK who use food banks and are too poor to buy a decent meal. It a crying shame.

Do you know anybody that fits into this category?
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Postby moggymorgan » 23 Dec 2017, 15:56

Spare a thought for families grieving the loss of a member. The pain is always magnified this time of year.
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Postby badgerfax » 23 Dec 2017, 16:07

Lets spare a thought for those children trafficked for the elite to abuse :twisted:

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Postby Sir Brixalot » 23 Dec 2017, 19:44

dbz864 wrote:Spare a thought for those who use food banks who dont need to, a lot are just tight and abuse things because its free.


Crap. Yes I do, in my church and the kids school there are collections for them . I took in food, shampoo, washing up liquid etc for them.The poverty is growing because the ruling party that paid billions to extremists to stay in power share your sentiments. It could be you one day.
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Postby R0B » 23 Dec 2017, 21:11

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Re: Lets spare a thought

Postby dbz864 » 23 Dec 2017, 23:55

Sir Brixalot wrote:
dbz864 wrote:Spare a thought for those who use food banks who dont need to, a lot are just tight and abuse things because its free.


Crap. Yes I do, in my church and the kids school there are collections for them . I took in food, shampoo, washing up liquid etc for them.The poverty is growing because the ruling party that paid billions to extremists to stay in power share your sentiments. It could be you one day.

Yes it could be me or any one else including you.Im not sure tho how children can be in poverty to the extent that they have to be given handouts at food banks , this is presuming they have parents that are not gamblers or alcoholics/ drug addicts or are long term ill.
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Postby meggles » 24 Dec 2017, 23:45

Spare a thought for our elderly folk. Especially those alone at Christmas and the whole year through. Also spare a thought for our behind the scenes guys who have kept this forum on the go throughout 2017. Thanks guys!
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Re: Lets spare a thought

Postby Citizen Smith » 27 Dec 2017, 08:57

Having been a victim in Rachman disgrace in the 60's and seeing it returning in the modern form of HMO's and out sourcing of public sources to often faceless and uncountable organisations I agree that our poor, sick, aged and sometimes just simply socially inept unfortunates , do indeed deserve our thoughts .

But although in my opinion it often works against society as a whole, at least in our system we do have a say through our vote. :(

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Re: Lets spare a thought

Postby shepster » 27 Dec 2017, 09:14

A pal of mine has recently split from his missus, his choice, and as a consequence money is now tight.

He constantly comes into work with his '7 o'clock bargains' that he's picked up from the local Tesco's.

These are usually things like fruit, salad boxes and the like, now these items cost literally pennies and I mean 1,2 and at the most 10p each!

Now you're telling me that there should be children malnourished with these sort of opportunities available and the amount of benefits paid out in this country?
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Re: Lets spare a thought

Postby Citizen Smith » 27 Dec 2017, 14:49

shepster wrote:A pal of mine has recently split from his missus, his choice, and as a consequence money is now tight.

He constantly comes into work with his '7 o'clock bargains' that he's picked up from the local Tesco's.

These are usually things like fruit, salad boxes and the like, now these items cost literally pennies and I mean 1,2 and at the most 10p each!

Now you're telling me that there should be children malnourished with these sort of opportunities available and the amount of benefits paid out in this country?


No! That's not what I meant at all. But it is just a tad more complex than the issue of so called benefits scroungers. To be frank employing humans is not exactly de rigueur in modern business practice so what are sometimes referred to as pond life are a bit surplus to requirements now. Problem is that the T..d in the top pocket of the suites is that apart from the unthinkable act they and their offspring will still need to be fed and hosed. :wink:

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Re: Lets spare a thought

Postby shepster » 27 Dec 2017, 15:22

Sir Brixalot wrote:Yes and for all those in the UK who use food banks and are too poor to buy a decent meal. It a crying shame.


I was referring to this comment as it happens, I'm sure the issues you refer to Mr Smith, or should that be Citizen?, are very valid but sometimes they're a little deep for me.

I do feel fortunate to not have to rely on food banks and unscrupulous landlords so don't really think I can comment on such things but I can certainly see people on benefits that have the latest phone's, smoke, drink and then complain that they don't get enough off the state to feed their kids!

Elderly, infirm and lonely yes, idle, scrounging nay-do-wells no!

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