Major McPharter

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  • in reply to: Quarterly WSM journal proposal #127546
    Major McPharter
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    You tube is a avenue we can all take to put forward our case. For example would people go on and look up  ( the verve its a bitter sweet symphony) this great song has had over 366 Million hits YES comrades 366 Million hits the songs goes  Trying to make ends meet you are a slave to money then you die. How true comrades. At the moment some good socialist banter is goung on but he needs some back up, so come on Please Please get on there.

    in reply to: A Day School in the North East #130914
    Major McPharter
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    Well said Vince, I know from personal exp My grand father was crippled down blackhall colliery, he was power loading on the face when the roof came down on him he was badly crippled and because he  could not work any more. yes and good old capitalism threw him out of the colliery house with my father and his sisters all little children. And people ask Me why do i want to get rid of this rotten system?? which has the house of lords supping wine and people in this nation now who still struggle to exist.

    in reply to: A Day School in the North East #130913
    Major McPharter
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    Yes and you need to take away your social blinkers. The house of frauds stand for privilige sat on their backsides on leather sofas when the hard working miners lived in tiny colliery house slums. When they where crippled at work and could no longer graft they where thrown out of these houses with their children so dont you dare try and tell me that shithole place is full of decent human beings.

    in reply to: A Day School in the North East #130910
    Major McPharter
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    I would like to toss a large bowl of scalding hot soup over the parasites in the house of frauds lords. Vince could you please supply me with a bucket of scotch broth.

    in reply to: A Day School in the North East #130909
    Major McPharter
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    Can i wear my sunderland Top?

    in reply to: Jesus was a communist #128975
    Major McPharter
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    If heaven is so good why does the pope drive around in a bulletproof popemobile??

    in reply to: A Day School in the North East #130908
    Major McPharter
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    How about a drop of Malt Whisky in the Soup, we might just get trampled in the rush.

    in reply to: A Day School in the North East #130907
    Major McPharter
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    May day sounds fandabbi dozy, we may also get some visitors from the may day rally held at exhibition park, jeremy might just turn up, lets hope its corbyn not Clarkson.We should try and get a list of all former members and contacts in the area maybe they might just turn up with the offer of a bottle of Newcastle Broon Ale and a Greggs Pasty.

    in reply to: Democratic Operations of Branches #118312
    Major McPharter
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    Oops am i allowed to say ARSE?

    in reply to: Democratic Operations of Branches #118311
    Major McPharter
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    As Ricky Tomlinson would say. free Speech My ARSE.

    in reply to: RIP RIP #129094
    Major McPharter
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    Maybe popped their clogs.

    in reply to: Hitler #130432
    Major McPharter
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    Vin wrote:
    alien1 wrote:
    one should make allowances as he only had one ball!

    Being a Nazi dictator was not his first career choice. He would have preferred being the Pope but  the job required a full set of balls and he would have failed the  Papal Testicle Testing Chair.[/quotI heard the missing ball ended up in the Albert hall.e]

    in reply to: Marxist Animalism #106600
    Major McPharter
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    Tim Kilgallon wrote:
    ALB wrote:
    Just listened to the news on BBC Radio 4 and an interview with Michael Gove, the minister responsible for this sort of thing, and my interpretation was right — there was no vote that animals have no feelings, just a vote not to include something from the Treaty of Lisbon into the EU withdrawal bill. Gove complained that he had been misinterpreted but that was his own fault as he was playing Brexist politics. He didn't want it included because it was EU legislation and wanted to pass UK legislation saying the same thing.

    That doesn't necessarily prove that Michael Gove is a sentient being. Perhaps some form of painful experiment could be arranged to investigate the matter?

    Gove can borrow a pair of my overalls and spend a 12 hour night shift  in a shipyard with me. That should be painful to a parasite like him.

    in reply to: Local Election Campaign 2017 #126287
    Major McPharter
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    Vin wrote:
    alanjjohnstone wrote:
    Another of my concerns is if there were members locally who knew of ex-comrade Colborn's candidacy and failed to inform the NERB branch or the Party of it. I would consider that a breach of Rule 6 as well "… or otherwise assist any other political party."

     Yeah, let's have a witchhunt in the old Stalinist tradition.  I know he has a wife that could be shot under rule 6.  Linda and I are in the clear as we haven't spoken to Steve or Eileen since our last bust up in the branch (phew) but I wont be keeping my head down. Nor are we members of the long reviled NERB (Most of them live miles from Seaham anyway, so you can stop salivating)I have to be honest, Alan, your post disturbed me.  The last time I was so disturbed was when you posted  that you would never allow me to speak on this forum ever again. It is you that should hold your head in shame, too. I have known comrade Colborne for 40 years and during that time he has barely uttered a sentence that did not include SPGB or socialism.  He should have informed the party, yes, and  resigned but don't try to turn him into the anti-christ. He is not an SPGB representative but you can guarantee the SPGB case will be echoing around the corridors of power in Seaham. He is incapable of not talking about it. Don't ask me to stop calling him comrade. Steven stood up for my right to speak even when our differnces were at their peak.

    I am quite sure if the EC put comrade Colborn in front of a Firing squad his final words would be Abolish the wages system.

    in reply to: Local Election Campaign 2017 #126286
    Major McPharter
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    Vin wrote:
    It seems that the 'seaham community party' is knocking labour out  as is the NorthEast Party in other areas. 

    Its about time we knocked out the labour party, with a swift kick in the  nether regions, at least enough to make their eyes water.

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