EU donates 178m dollars to famine relief
Labour - no wonder they are the butt of jokes
Today the the unions are still dictating and the rival factions breakout into open warfare over left wing and right wing politics
People want equality, yet Labour and the unions want nothing to do with it.....
Its funny to watch
Im a fan of Nick Cohen's writings. I have issues with equating being against what the Israeli govt is doing with anti-semitism but otherwise his pieces are normally spot on. This one falls into that category. Like Brexit, Corbyn is a car crash that has happened but is happening repeatedly and like Brexit it tells us all we need to know when you let the extremists take over.
As I said I think it would be good if you could experience some of this hardship to make you understand their situation better, I think you would actually understand it whether you want it or not, to make this fair they could swap you with someone living in East Africa and you could go there instead of that person, so is a win-win situation.
RIP Martin McGuinness
You are contradicting yourself there.Originally Posted by White Star Line;12456769[B
And you want us to switch off and stand down
But in the case of famines, yes I think constantly dumping money upon African nations with very little progress in them taking the necessary steps to prevent or minimise such widespread disasters themselves, does make the problem worse.
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