Rumpus councillor is still working for Green Party MEP

Councillor Ben Duncan

Councillor Ben Duncan

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A COUNCILLOR who still works for a Green Party MEP despite being banished from the local party said he sees “no contradiction” in remaining in his paid role.

Brighton and Hove City Councillor Ben Duncan was thrown out of the Brighton and Hove Green Party in July after sending a tweet which described British soldiers as “hired killers”. He now serves as an Independent.

Despite his expulsion, Coun Duncan remains a press officer for London MEP Jean Lambert on a wage between £25,000 and £30,000 a year.

Opposition councillors said it was “hypocritical” of the Green Party.

Coun Duncan is also still deputy chairman of Brighton and Hove City Council’s licensing committee, which has an annual allowance worth £1,252.

The city council’s committees should be realigned to reflect to the new make-up of the council with one fewer Green Party member.

It is expected that Coun Duncan would lose his deputy chairman role.

But Coun Duncan’s removal was eight days before the summer recess, which was seen as too short notice. It will now probably be October before the issues are dealt with.

Coun Duncan said: “I don’t think there is any contradiction. One of the things I do is nothing to do with work.

“When I am working with Jean Lambert obviously there is no requirement or anything else that I am a member of the Green Party or an active councillor or anything else.”

Ms Lambert said she was not prepared to discuss individual personnel issues in public.

Geoffrey Theobald, leader of the Conservative group, said: “Nothing surprises me anymore about the bizarre internal machinations of the Green Party but it does appear to be pretty hypocritical to expel him from the party for wrongdoings yet allow him to continue working for one of their leading politicians.

“He is also serving on the same council committees he was on before he was expelled so it doesn’t seem as though he has had to sacrifice very much.”

Labour leader Councillor Warren Morgan added: “Despite the supposed condemnation of Councillor Duncan by the Green Party, in reality very little has changed and he remains both employed by the Party and also in committee roles on their behalf.

“We have always called for Councillor Duncan to resign.”

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6:35am Sat 23 Aug 14

paul6391 says...

I have said it once, so i'll say it again..A Dirty Filth Infested Green Party with double standards that has never once listened to the people of Brighton and Hove, and just bulldozes on and on without a care in the world, That Pr*t Sh*t Kat should of sacked this moronic idiot..As sir Alec Guinness once said you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy..(green council headquarters).....
I have said it once, so i'll say it again..A Dirty Filth Infested Green Party with double standards that has never once listened to the people of Brighton and Hove, and just bulldozes on and on without a care in the world, That Pr*t Sh*t Kat should of sacked this moronic idiot..As sir Alec Guinness once said you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy..(green council headquarters)..... paul6391
  • Score: 49

7:23am Sat 23 Aug 14

Quiterie says...

Rumpus. Good word. Underrated.
Rumpus. Good word. Underrated. Quiterie
  • Score: 14

7:30am Sat 23 Aug 14

leftysmellbags says...

What a horrible man with a very hairy neck.
What a horrible man with a very hairy neck. leftysmellbags
  • Score: 21

7:34am Sat 23 Aug 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

A party without integrity.
A party without integrity. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 36

7:42am Sat 23 Aug 14

SonnyJim55 says...

Another story about the Greens. One vile party. The sooner we can rid this city of them the better.
Another story about the Greens. One vile party. The sooner we can rid this city of them the better. SonnyJim55
  • Score: 43

8:03am Sat 23 Aug 14

We love Red Billy says...

Possibly some emails and twitteridge to Jean Lambert about her errant office boy might do the trick?
Possibly some emails and twitteridge to Jean Lambert about her errant office boy might do the trick? We love Red Billy
  • Score: 23

8:14am Sat 23 Aug 14

Fight_Back says...

I doubt anyone is really fooled by what the Green Party did - he wasn't really expelled. He still votes along Green Party lines and still has the support of the other Green councillors. Let's also not forget his 'expulsion' only lasts until early next year when miraculously he'll become a member again just in time to stand as a Green Party member in the May 2015 elections.
I doubt anyone is really fooled by what the Green Party did - he wasn't really expelled. He still votes along Green Party lines and still has the support of the other Green councillors. Let's also not forget his 'expulsion' only lasts until early next year when miraculously he'll become a member again just in time to stand as a Green Party member in the May 2015 elections. Fight_Back
  • Score: 33

8:22am Sat 23 Aug 14

Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) says...

We love Red Billy wrote:
Possibly some emails and twitteridge to Jean Lambert about her errant office boy might do the trick?
Jean Lambert: the Green MEP who has publicly stated that if the Green Party ever governed the UK, it would remove all UK border controls as they are 'racist'
[quote][p][bold]We love Red Billy[/bold] wrote: Possibly some emails and twitteridge to Jean Lambert about her errant office boy might do the trick?[/p][/quote]Jean Lambert: the Green MEP who has publicly stated that if the Green Party ever governed the UK, it would remove all UK border controls as they are 'racist' Uncle Ruckus (No Relation)
  • Score: 31

8:31am Sat 23 Aug 14

G Wiley says...

I wonder what the sycophantic green supporters @HJarrs and @feline1 well have to say on this topic?

Especially after they have been rubbishing Christina Summers who was expelled from the green party for expressing her religious belief that gay marriages were wron and may be standing against High Priestess Lucas in the general election next year.
I wonder what the sycophantic green supporters @HJarrs and @feline1 well have to say on this topic? Especially after they have been rubbishing Christina Summers who was expelled from the green party for expressing her religious belief that gay marriages were wron and may be standing against High Priestess Lucas in the general election next year. G Wiley
  • Score: 26

8:40am Sat 23 Aug 14

Martha Gunn says...

The Euro gravy train has always flowed freely for the Green Party in Brighton and Hove.

The genius of Duncan is that he combines that with around £12,500 a year from the Council Tax Payer.

So he trousers the thick end of £40,000 a year from the taxpayer for his ranting and raving.
The Euro gravy train has always flowed freely for the Green Party in Brighton and Hove. The genius of Duncan is that he combines that with around £12,500 a year from the Council Tax Payer. So he trousers the thick end of £40,000 a year from the taxpayer for his ranting and raving. Martha Gunn
  • Score: 53

8:51am Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them.

If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign!
Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them. If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign! HJarrs
  • Score: -68

8:51am Sat 23 Aug 14

From beer to uncertainty says...

The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone. From beer to uncertainty
  • Score: 31

8:53am Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
[quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom? HJarrs
  • Score: -46

9:04am Sat 23 Aug 14

G Wiley says...

HJarrs wrote:
Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them.

If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign!
@HJarrs - so you are the one member of the Ben Duncan appreciation society and fully support him in his views and statements.

Pleased you call his tweet 'silly' - that's another way of saying 'irresponsible' - which seems to be a prerequisite for being a green party councillor - or fanboy.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them. If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign![/p][/quote]@HJarrs - so you are the one member of the Ben Duncan appreciation society and fully support him in his views and statements. Pleased you call his tweet 'silly' - that's another way of saying 'irresponsible' - which seems to be a prerequisite for being a green party councillor - or fanboy. G Wiley
  • Score: 50

9:39am Sat 23 Aug 14

Max Ripple says...

HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
You really are the ONLY supporter of the Greens and Ben Duncan on here, aren't you? Ever felt that you are becoming more and more isolated and lonely? You might well be the ONLY person voting for them at the next elections in May. So many other people can't all be wrong. Bye bye....
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]You really are the ONLY supporter of the Greens and Ben Duncan on here, aren't you? Ever felt that you are becoming more and more isolated and lonely? You might well be the ONLY person voting for them at the next elections in May. So many other people can't all be wrong. Bye bye.... Max Ripple
  • Score: 35

9:44am Sat 23 Aug 14

Cyril Bolleaux says...

If a member of UKIP expresses an opinion deemed racist the whole Green moanerati are up in arms and maliciously state how this shows all UKIP supporters are racist, sexist etc etc etc - all the usual rubbish from the left. But when a Green councillor is deliberately offensive about people who put their lives on the line for their country?
If a member of UKIP expresses an opinion deemed racist the whole Green moanerati are up in arms and maliciously state how this shows all UKIP supporters are racist, sexist etc etc etc - all the usual rubbish from the left. But when a Green councillor is deliberately offensive about people who put their lives on the line for their country? Cyril Bolleaux
  • Score: -6

9:45am Sat 23 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
Does there have to be a comparison?

If someone is drunk, they are a self-contained drunk and don't get compared with others.

The same goes for being dead.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]Does there have to be a comparison? If someone is drunk, they are a self-contained drunk and don't get compared with others. The same goes for being dead. HTH notslimjim
  • Score: -32

9:56am Sat 23 Aug 14

Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) says...

There are many aspects of HJarrs' personality that are strange, bizarre and HIGHLY unnatural...
There are many aspects of HJarrs' personality that are strange, bizarre and HIGHLY unnatural... Uncle Ruckus (No Relation)
  • Score: 27

9:59am Sat 23 Aug 14

Fercri Sakes says...

I still don't get the furore. I thought we took pride as a nation as having the best army in the world? To be a good army means you have to be good at killing. And they don't do it for free.

I'm quite glad we have the best 'hired killers' fighting our battles overseas. A bunch of hippies backpacking across Iraq will not be able to deal with the ISIS menace.
I still don't get the furore. I thought we took pride as a nation as having the best army in the world? To be a good army means you have to be good at killing. And they don't do it for free. I'm quite glad we have the best 'hired killers' fighting our battles overseas. A bunch of hippies backpacking across Iraq will not be able to deal with the ISIS menace. Fercri Sakes
  • Score: 0

10:03am Sat 23 Aug 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

HJarrs is Ben Duncan, hence the continual posting of Green Party PR by HJarrs between buying stamps and stuffing leaflets into envelopes for the MEP.
HJarrs disappeared from these forums and social media during the investigation into Duncan's Tweets because of the public outcry and of course, HJarrs failed to appear to defend Duncan on here because he is Duncan.
Also anyone in a serious job or with a life wouldn't spend the inordinate amount of time defending a non performing party and its wayward members unless they were employed by that party to do it.
HJarrs is Ben Duncan, hence the continual posting of Green Party PR by HJarrs between buying stamps and stuffing leaflets into envelopes for the MEP. HJarrs disappeared from these forums and social media during the investigation into Duncan's Tweets because of the public outcry and of course, HJarrs failed to appear to defend Duncan on here because he is Duncan. Also anyone in a serious job or with a life wouldn't spend the inordinate amount of time defending a non performing party and its wayward members unless they were employed by that party to do it. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 53

10:08am Sat 23 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Fercri Sakes wrote:
I still don't get the furore. I thought we took pride as a nation as having the best army in the world? To be a good army means you have to be good at killing. And they don't do it for free.

I'm quite glad we have the best 'hired killers' fighting our battles overseas. A bunch of hippies backpacking across Iraq will not be able to deal with the ISIS menace.
The comment was intended as a slur, which is why he later apologised.


What a shame you didn't get that without being told.
[quote][p][bold]Fercri Sakes[/bold] wrote: I still don't get the furore. I thought we took pride as a nation as having the best army in the world? To be a good army means you have to be good at killing. And they don't do it for free. I'm quite glad we have the best 'hired killers' fighting our battles overseas. A bunch of hippies backpacking across Iraq will not be able to deal with the ISIS menace.[/p][/quote]The comment was intended as a slur, which is why he later apologised. What a shame you didn't get that without being told. notslimjim
  • Score: -20

10:27am Sat 23 Aug 14

JHunty says...

HJarrs wrote:
Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them.

If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign!
Yeah, not a "silly" tweet a statement designed to offend made at a time other were commemorating the sacrifice of the armed services.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them. If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign![/p][/quote]Yeah, not a "silly" tweet a statement designed to offend made at a time other were commemorating the sacrifice of the armed services. JHunty
  • Score: 28

10:29am Sat 23 Aug 14

NickBtn says...

HJarrs wrote:
Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them.

If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign!
It would be wrong to hound Ben Duncan for just one "silly tweet" however this was not just one tweet - it was one of a series over many months where he later "apologised". So he was fully aware of the issues that a poor tweet could cause

You could claim that he doesn't understand the press or public opinion. However as his job is a press officer this either means that he can't do his job or he acted knowingly. Either way he should go - either for being incompetent at his job or for deliberately insulting troops (and fellow councillors etc in previous tweets)
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them. If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign![/p][/quote]It would be wrong to hound Ben Duncan for just one "silly tweet" however this was not just one tweet - it was one of a series over many months where he later "apologised". So he was fully aware of the issues that a poor tweet could cause You could claim that he doesn't understand the press or public opinion. However as his job is a press officer this either means that he can't do his job or he acted knowingly. Either way he should go - either for being incompetent at his job or for deliberately insulting troops (and fellow councillors etc in previous tweets) NickBtn
  • Score: 33

10:50am Sat 23 Aug 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

He posted a series of bigoted Tweets about a variety of religions and made a crass joke about rape. I am surprised he wasn't prosecuted for his religious rants. He would find gaining employment in private industry or the public sector very difficult now as he would be considered unsuitable due to his behaviour which would appear during a background check as his comments were made on public forums.
Any employer would consider him too risky to employ within any team and wouldn't bother.
I would be surprised if any political party would take a chance after 2015 either.
You have to be pretty thick these days if you don't understand what is bigotry and unacceptable behaviour.
He posted a series of bigoted Tweets about a variety of religions and made a crass joke about rape. I am surprised he wasn't prosecuted for his religious rants. He would find gaining employment in private industry or the public sector very difficult now as he would be considered unsuitable due to his behaviour which would appear during a background check as his comments were made on public forums. Any employer would consider him too risky to employ within any team and wouldn't bother. I would be surprised if any political party would take a chance after 2015 either. You have to be pretty thick these days if you don't understand what is bigotry and unacceptable behaviour. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 22

10:54am Sat 23 Aug 14

charlie smirke says...

Keeping this vile specimen in a job will add yet another nail to the green coffin. Keep up the political suicide greens, then we can be sure to get rid of you next year.
Keeping this vile specimen in a job will add yet another nail to the green coffin. Keep up the political suicide greens, then we can be sure to get rid of you next year. charlie smirke
  • Score: 20

11:14am Sat 23 Aug 14

Martha Gunn says...

I see the Green Party has now released a statement trying to explain the money it spent in the 2010 campaign getting La Lucas elected.

Problem is that the statement doesn't explain anything!
I see the Green Party has now released a statement trying to explain the money it spent in the 2010 campaign getting La Lucas elected. Problem is that the statement doesn't explain anything! Martha Gunn
  • Score: 27

11:22am Sat 23 Aug 14

G Wiley says...

Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response! G Wiley
  • Score: 21

12:05pm Sat 23 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
You are getting at something. The Green Party should, in essence, be about Green issues. Essentially, this means a strong recognition of the fact that there are not enough resources in the world for some of us to keep going on living in the way that we are. Many of us are also getting too fat. Fat people cost too much money. Therefore, every issue that they touch will always be touching car/computer bound fatties up the wrong way; discouraging unnecessary car use to get us walking more would appear to hit the nail on the head. As long as they continue to do this, I'd say that they are doing a good job.

Now, what has all this got to do with Israel?
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]You are getting at something. The Green Party should, in essence, be about Green issues. Essentially, this means a strong recognition of the fact that there are not enough resources in the world for some of us to keep going on living in the way that we are. Many of us are also getting too fat. Fat people cost too much money. Therefore, every issue that they touch will always be touching car/computer bound fatties up the wrong way; discouraging unnecessary car use to get us walking more would appear to hit the nail on the head. As long as they continue to do this, I'd say that they are doing a good job. Now, what has all this got to do with Israel? theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -41

12:29pm Sat 23 Aug 14

tinker111 says...

paul6391 wrote:
I have said it once, so i'll say it again..A Dirty Filth Infested Green Party with double standards that has never once listened to the people of Brighton and Hove, and just bulldozes on and on without a care in the world, That Pr*t Sh*t Kat should of sacked this moronic idiot..As sir Alec Guinness once said you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy..(green council headquarters).....
BIT UNDERSTATED THIS POST ???
[quote][p][bold]paul6391[/bold] wrote: I have said it once, so i'll say it again..A Dirty Filth Infested Green Party with double standards that has never once listened to the people of Brighton and Hove, and just bulldozes on and on without a care in the world, That Pr*t Sh*t Kat should of sacked this moronic idiot..As sir Alec Guinness once said you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy..(green council headquarters).....[/p][/quote]BIT UNDERSTATED THIS POST ??? tinker111
  • Score: 4

12:33pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

NickBtn wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them.

If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign!
It would be wrong to hound Ben Duncan for just one "silly tweet" however this was not just one tweet - it was one of a series over many months where he later "apologised". So he was fully aware of the issues that a poor tweet could cause

You could claim that he doesn't understand the press or public opinion. However as his job is a press officer this either means that he can't do his job or he acted knowingly. Either way he should go - either for being incompetent at his job or for deliberately insulting troops (and fellow councillors etc in previous tweets)
Said NickBrt (Labour)
[quote][p][bold]NickBtn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them. If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign![/p][/quote]It would be wrong to hound Ben Duncan for just one "silly tweet" however this was not just one tweet - it was one of a series over many months where he later "apologised". So he was fully aware of the issues that a poor tweet could cause You could claim that he doesn't understand the press or public opinion. However as his job is a press officer this either means that he can't do his job or he acted knowingly. Either way he should go - either for being incompetent at his job or for deliberately insulting troops (and fellow councillors etc in previous tweets)[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour) HJarrs
  • Score: -27

12:36pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

G Wiley wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them.

If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign!
@HJarrs - so you are the one member of the Ben Duncan appreciation society and fully support him in his views and statements.

Pleased you call his tweet 'silly' - that's another way of saying 'irresponsible' - which seems to be a prerequisite for being a green party councillor - or fanboy.
Who said I agreed with him?
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Gosh, the Argus is very vindictive, now it is trying to hound out a person from their job for a silly tweet! Duncan must really have upset them. If we put this into context, I don't recall the Labour or Conservative parties expelling of disciplining MPs for voting for war in Iraq on trumpeted up charges conflict and overseeing and directing a completely incompetent occupation that lead to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of British service personal. Warren Morgan should be calling on these people to resign![/p][/quote]@HJarrs - so you are the one member of the Ben Duncan appreciation society and fully support him in his views and statements. Pleased you call his tweet 'silly' - that's another way of saying 'irresponsible' - which seems to be a prerequisite for being a green party councillor - or fanboy.[/p][/quote]Who said I agreed with him? HJarrs
  • Score: -27

12:37pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
A party without integrity.
Compared to whom?
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: A party without integrity.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom? HJarrs
  • Score: -21

12:45pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
So secretive, that nobody is in it!

You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together.

Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]So secretive, that nobody is in it! You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together. Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination... HJarrs
  • Score: -25

12:49pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) wrote:
There are many aspects of HJarrs' personality that are strange, bizarre and HIGHLY unnatural...
Given you tendency. Bigoted and racist comments, I take that as a complement.
[quote][p][bold]Uncle Ruckus (No Relation)[/bold] wrote: There are many aspects of HJarrs' personality that are strange, bizarre and HIGHLY unnatural...[/p][/quote]Given you tendency. Bigoted and racist comments, I take that as a complement. HJarrs
  • Score: -23

12:50pm Sat 23 Aug 14

thevindicator says...

That man has the most repulsive grin I've ever seen!
That man has the most repulsive grin I've ever seen! thevindicator
  • Score: 18

1:16pm Sat 23 Aug 14

G Wiley says...

HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
So secretive, that nobody is in it!

You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together.

Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...
And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan.

In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week.

So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member.

So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act.

I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]So secretive, that nobody is in it! You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together. Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...[/p][/quote]And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan. In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week. So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member. So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act. I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking. G Wiley
  • Score: 14

1:52pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

G Wiley wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
So secretive, that nobody is in it!

You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together.

Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...
And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan.

In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week.

So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member.

So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act.

I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.
What a strange and paranoid world you inhabit!
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]So secretive, that nobody is in it! You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together. Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...[/p][/quote]And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan. In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week. So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member. So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act. I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.[/p][/quote]What a strange and paranoid world you inhabit! HJarrs
  • Score: -25

1:55pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Fercri Sakes says...

G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle. Fercri Sakes
  • Score: -21

2:10pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

What I want to know is why rent-a-quoters Morgan and Theobold are offered the opportunity to comment on the most minor of Green Party matters, yet in a rare expose last week of Labour's dodgy dealings in Moulsecoomb, the same opportunity is not afforded to the Greens?
What I want to know is why rent-a-quoters Morgan and Theobold are offered the opportunity to comment on the most minor of Green Party matters, yet in a rare expose last week of Labour's dodgy dealings in Moulsecoomb, the same opportunity is not afforded to the Greens? HJarrs
  • Score: -16

2:27pm Sat 23 Aug 14

G Wiley says...

Fercri Sakes wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.
Yep - the only party with these desires - I wonder why? Perhaps because of your incompetent idealism and a complete lacks of pragmatism, reality, and economics.

Thank heavens you will never be in power in this country based on your appalling low growth in voting support. Perhaps your disastrous antics in Brighton have had something to do with it - please keep up the good work!

BTW - good to see you posting again - we only normally see from you when HJarrs is sticking his foot in his mouth again...
[quote][p][bold]Fercri Sakes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.[/p][/quote]Yep - the only party with these desires - I wonder why? Perhaps because of your incompetent idealism and a complete lacks of pragmatism, reality, and economics. Thank heavens you will never be in power in this country based on your appalling low growth in voting support. Perhaps your disastrous antics in Brighton have had something to do with it - please keep up the good work! BTW - good to see you posting again - we only normally see from you when HJarrs is sticking his foot in his mouth again... G Wiley
  • Score: 21

2:31pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
HJarrs is Ben Duncan, hence the continual posting of Green Party PR by HJarrs between buying stamps and stuffing leaflets into envelopes for the MEP.
HJarrs disappeared from these forums and social media during the investigation into Duncan's Tweets because of the public outcry and of course, HJarrs failed to appear to defend Duncan on here because he is Duncan.
Also anyone in a serious job or with a life wouldn't spend the inordinate amount of time defending a non performing party and its wayward members unless they were employed by that party to do it.
I have as much respect for the wretched Green council as I have for a bottle of cheap, stinking cooking-oil from Lidls...
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: HJarrs is Ben Duncan, hence the continual posting of Green Party PR by HJarrs between buying stamps and stuffing leaflets into envelopes for the MEP. HJarrs disappeared from these forums and social media during the investigation into Duncan's Tweets because of the public outcry and of course, HJarrs failed to appear to defend Duncan on here because he is Duncan. Also anyone in a serious job or with a life wouldn't spend the inordinate amount of time defending a non performing party and its wayward members unless they were employed by that party to do it.[/p][/quote]I have as much respect for the wretched Green council as I have for a bottle of cheap, stinking cooking-oil from Lidls... Uncle Ruckus (No Relation)
  • Score: 17

2:33pm Sat 23 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) wrote:
Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
HJarrs is Ben Duncan, hence the continual posting of Green Party PR by HJarrs between buying stamps and stuffing leaflets into envelopes for the MEP.
HJarrs disappeared from these forums and social media during the investigation into Duncan's Tweets because of the public outcry and of course, HJarrs failed to appear to defend Duncan on here because he is Duncan.
Also anyone in a serious job or with a life wouldn't spend the inordinate amount of time defending a non performing party and its wayward members unless they were employed by that party to do it.
I have as much respect for the wretched Green council as I have for a bottle of cheap, stinking cooking-oil from Lidls...
What's wrong with Lidl?
[quote][p][bold]Uncle Ruckus (No Relation)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: HJarrs is Ben Duncan, hence the continual posting of Green Party PR by HJarrs between buying stamps and stuffing leaflets into envelopes for the MEP. HJarrs disappeared from these forums and social media during the investigation into Duncan's Tweets because of the public outcry and of course, HJarrs failed to appear to defend Duncan on here because he is Duncan. Also anyone in a serious job or with a life wouldn't spend the inordinate amount of time defending a non performing party and its wayward members unless they were employed by that party to do it.[/p][/quote]I have as much respect for the wretched Green council as I have for a bottle of cheap, stinking cooking-oil from Lidls...[/p][/quote]What's wrong with Lidl? theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -41

2:49pm Sat 23 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

G Wiley wrote:
Fercri Sakes wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.
Yep - the only party with these desires - I wonder why? Perhaps because of your incompetent idealism and a complete lacks of pragmatism, reality, and economics.

Thank heavens you will never be in power in this country based on your appalling low growth in voting support. Perhaps your disastrous antics in Brighton have had something to do with it - please keep up the good work!

BTW - good to see you posting again - we only normally see from you when HJarrs is sticking his foot in his mouth again...
What about my policies? I'd stick 20 mph zones everywhere and get rid of the NHS. Less chance of getting run over, so less need for the NHS. People would have to want to take more exercise to keep those insurance premiums down. Might even borrow a bit more time from the notorious demographic timebomb. Does any self confessed car bound fatty have an opinion on this?
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fercri Sakes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.[/p][/quote]Yep - the only party with these desires - I wonder why? Perhaps because of your incompetent idealism and a complete lacks of pragmatism, reality, and economics. Thank heavens you will never be in power in this country based on your appalling low growth in voting support. Perhaps your disastrous antics in Brighton have had something to do with it - please keep up the good work! BTW - good to see you posting again - we only normally see from you when HJarrs is sticking his foot in his mouth again...[/p][/quote]What about my policies? I'd stick 20 mph zones everywhere and get rid of the NHS. Less chance of getting run over, so less need for the NHS. People would have to want to take more exercise to keep those insurance premiums down. Might even borrow a bit more time from the notorious demographic timebomb. Does any self confessed car bound fatty have an opinion on this? theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -48

4:05pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

G Wiley wrote:
Fercri Sakes wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.
Yep - the only party with these desires - I wonder why? Perhaps because of your incompetent idealism and a complete lacks of pragmatism, reality, and economics.

Thank heavens you will never be in power in this country based on your appalling low growth in voting support. Perhaps your disastrous antics in Brighton have had something to do with it - please keep up the good work!

BTW - good to see you posting again - we only normally see from you when HJarrs is sticking his foot in his mouth again...
The LibLabCon concensus has been wildly successful, hasn't it?

We are country in tremendous debt with default narrowly avoided by quantative easing, nationalisation of banks and devaluation of the pound. We have a housing crisis, homeless crisis, millions relying on food banks, drawn into unnecessary wars, lack lustre attempts to tackle environmental issues and younger generations hobbled by declining wages and so much debt that they are likely to be poorer than their grandparents.

Your "competent pragmatists" are not doing very well, are they Patchy?
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fercri Sakes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]The Green Party are the only party that want to ban fracking, keep the NHS, build environmentally friendly houses, stop tax avoidance by multinational companies and not renew Trident. If supporting that makes me a Commie then pass me a hammer and sickle.[/p][/quote]Yep - the only party with these desires - I wonder why? Perhaps because of your incompetent idealism and a complete lacks of pragmatism, reality, and economics. Thank heavens you will never be in power in this country based on your appalling low growth in voting support. Perhaps your disastrous antics in Brighton have had something to do with it - please keep up the good work! BTW - good to see you posting again - we only normally see from you when HJarrs is sticking his foot in his mouth again...[/p][/quote]The LibLabCon concensus has been wildly successful, hasn't it? We are country in tremendous debt with default narrowly avoided by quantative easing, nationalisation of banks and devaluation of the pound. We have a housing crisis, homeless crisis, millions relying on food banks, drawn into unnecessary wars, lack lustre attempts to tackle environmental issues and younger generations hobbled by declining wages and so much debt that they are likely to be poorer than their grandparents. Your "competent pragmatists" are not doing very well, are they Patchy? HJarrs
  • Score: -15

8:22pm Sat 23 Aug 14

clarkebrighton says...

The Green Party have done a great deal of Damage and harm to our City
thank God we can Get Rid of them Next May, As for that Vile bit of Scum called Ben Duncan, The Petition to get Rid of him has now reached over 2,750 signatures on the below site
www.change.org
The Green Party have done a great deal of Damage and harm to our City thank God we can Get Rid of them Next May, As for that Vile bit of Scum called Ben Duncan, The Petition to get Rid of him has now reached over 2,750 signatures on the below site www.change.org clarkebrighton
  • Score: 2

8:25pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

clarkebrighton wrote:
The Green Party have done a great deal of Damage and harm to our City
thank God we can Get Rid of them Next May, As for that Vile bit of Scum called Ben Duncan, The Petition to get Rid of him has now reached over 2,750 signatures on the below site
www.change.org
Yes, where is this damage exactly? The increasing visitor numbers to the city or increasing employment ahead of trend across the country would tend to contradict your assertion.
[quote][p][bold]clarkebrighton[/bold] wrote: The Green Party have done a great deal of Damage and harm to our City thank God we can Get Rid of them Next May, As for that Vile bit of Scum called Ben Duncan, The Petition to get Rid of him has now reached over 2,750 signatures on the below site www.change.org[/p][/quote]Yes, where is this damage exactly? The increasing visitor numbers to the city or increasing employment ahead of trend across the country would tend to contradict your assertion. HJarrs
  • Score: -15

9:22pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Thay Qon U says...

HJarrs wrote:
clarkebrighton wrote:
The Green Party have done a great deal of Damage and harm to our City
thank God we can Get Rid of them Next May, As for that Vile bit of Scum called Ben Duncan, The Petition to get Rid of him has now reached over 2,750 signatures on the below site
www.change.org
Yes, where is this damage exactly? The increasing visitor numbers to the city or increasing employment ahead of trend across the country would tend to contradict your assertion.
If the local BHCC is thriving so much, how come the Green administration were still unable to collect their (reduced from previous years) target income for Council Tax and Business Rates for 2013/14?
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clarkebrighton[/bold] wrote: The Green Party have done a great deal of Damage and harm to our City thank God we can Get Rid of them Next May, As for that Vile bit of Scum called Ben Duncan, The Petition to get Rid of him has now reached over 2,750 signatures on the below site www.change.org[/p][/quote]Yes, where is this damage exactly? The increasing visitor numbers to the city or increasing employment ahead of trend across the country would tend to contradict your assertion.[/p][/quote]If the local BHCC is thriving so much, how come the Green administration were still unable to collect their (reduced from previous years) target income for Council Tax and Business Rates for 2013/14? Thay Qon U
  • Score: 5

9:32pm Sat 23 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time. NickBrt
  • Score: 7

9:45pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

We love Red Billy wrote:
Possibly some emails and twitteridge to Jean Lambert about her errant office boy might do the trick?
I doubt it, I have already done that and she seems to be just as lacking in any sort of integrity and just as shameless as the rest of the Green Slime here in Brighton
[quote][p][bold]We love Red Billy[/bold] wrote: Possibly some emails and twitteridge to Jean Lambert about her errant office boy might do the trick?[/p][/quote]I doubt it, I have already done that and she seems to be just as lacking in any sort of integrity and just as shameless as the rest of the Green Slime here in Brighton Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 5

9:53pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
Why does it have to be compared to anybody ?

Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]Why does it have to be compared to anybody ? Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 6

10:01pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
[quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour) HJarrs
  • Score: -6

10:02pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
So secretive, that nobody is in it!

You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together.

Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...
And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan.

In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week.

So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member.

So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act.

I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.
What a strange and paranoid world you inhabit!
Really Jarrs you brought up 9/11 and Kennedy's assassination and then have the gall to accuse someone else of being paranoid.

Pathetic as ever.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]So secretive, that nobody is in it! You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together. Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...[/p][/quote]And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan. In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week. So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member. So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act. I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.[/p][/quote]What a strange and paranoid world you inhabit![/p][/quote]Really Jarrs you brought up 9/11 and Kennedy's assassination and then have the gall to accuse someone else of being paranoid. Pathetic as ever. Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 9

10:04pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
Why does it have to be compared to anybody ?

Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity
I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.
[quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]Why does it have to be compared to anybody ? Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity[/p][/quote]I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity. HJarrs
  • Score: -8

10:06pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does.

Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore?

Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas?

Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response!
So secretive, that nobody is in it!

You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together.

Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...
And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan.

In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week.

So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member.

So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act.

I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.
What a strange and paranoid world you inhabit!
Really Jarrs you brought up 9/11 and Kennedy's assassination and then have the gall to accuse someone else of being paranoid.

Pathetic as ever.
Try reading the thread of comments.
[quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Ben Duncan is quite safe - he's a key member of the secretive green-left (the communist / Marxist star chamber) that controls what the green party does. Whilst they appear to be an environmental party, they are really the last bastion of the extreme left-wing. Haven't you wondered why the communist party doesn't have candidates in elections anymore? Wasn't Ben intimately involved in SmashEDO and the UAF and the vicious protests against UKIP and the EDL - ably supported by Caroline Lucas? Okay @HJarrs - over to you for a response![/p][/quote]So secretive, that nobody is in it! You are getting worse than Maxwell for conflating nonsense. You should get together. Next you will be telling us that 9/11 was a Green conspiracy, then there is Kennedy's assassination...[/p][/quote]And you are still spreading bilge about the other parties whilst sycophantically supporting the loathsome greens - especially Ben Duncan. In fact I am pleased that the Argus ran this story - especially after all the pro-green council rubbish that Kitty-cat gets to write in the Brighton & Hove Independent every week. So the green-left has been disbanded after all the negative publicity according to their web site but certain names are still listed - esp. Ben Duncan as a key member. So what is the group of lefty-activist now called - is it now redpepper.org.uk or something else? Please provide the url. You can change the name, but the core communist roots carry on in the way it's members act. I didn't know the greens caused 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination? But they do seem to be unable to see the benefits of methane as a fuel supply as a mitigation route to lowering emissions and wantonly spread misinformation about the dangers of fracking.[/p][/quote]What a strange and paranoid world you inhabit![/p][/quote]Really Jarrs you brought up 9/11 and Kennedy's assassination and then have the gall to accuse someone else of being paranoid. Pathetic as ever.[/p][/quote]Try reading the thread of comments. HJarrs
  • Score: -5

10:10pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
And your point is ?

Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]And your point is ? Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt . Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 0

10:12pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
And your point is ?

Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .
Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.
[quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]And your point is ? Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .[/p][/quote]Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan. HJarrs
  • Score: -6

10:15pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
Why does it have to be compared to anybody ?

Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity
I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.
Read what I said, "why does it have to be compared to anybody ?"

Why don't you demonstrate the wonderful green integrity that only you seems to think exists ?
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]Why does it have to be compared to anybody ? Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity[/p][/quote]I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.[/p][/quote]Read what I said, "why does it have to be compared to anybody ?" Why don't you demonstrate the wonderful green integrity that only you seems to think exists ? Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 3

10:22pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
And your point is ?

Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .
Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.
And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced !

By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]And your point is ? Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .[/p][/quote]Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.[/p][/quote]And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced ! By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid. Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 1

10:24pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
Why does it have to be compared to anybody ?

Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity
I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.
Read what I said, "why does it have to be compared to anybody ?"

Why don't you demonstrate the wonderful green integrity that only you seems to think exists ?
You first as you are so sure of yourself.
[quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]Why does it have to be compared to anybody ? Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity[/p][/quote]I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.[/p][/quote]Read what I said, "why does it have to be compared to anybody ?" Why don't you demonstrate the wonderful green integrity that only you seems to think exists ?[/p][/quote]You first as you are so sure of yourself. HJarrs
  • Score: -5

10:29pm Sat 23 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
And your point is ?

Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .
Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.
And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced !

By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.
Never hid that I am a Green Party member, whereas NickBrt has posted over a period of 4 years irrelevant comments other than to undermine the Green Party. Turns out they are a Labour supporter. At least they have you as their defender.
[quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]And your point is ? Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .[/p][/quote]Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.[/p][/quote]And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced ! By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.[/p][/quote]Never hid that I am a Green Party member, whereas NickBrt has posted over a period of 4 years irrelevant comments other than to undermine the Green Party. Turns out they are a Labour supporter. At least they have you as their defender. HJarrs
  • Score: -17

10:41pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
From beer to uncertainty wrote:
The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.
Compared to whom?
Why does it have to be compared to anybody ?

Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity
I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.
Read what I said, "why does it have to be compared to anybody ?"

Why don't you demonstrate the wonderful green integrity that only you seems to think exists ?
You first as you are so sure of yourself.
No, you first, as I would like to see how you respond to your own typical Green tactic of wanting explanations when it is thrown back at you.

Iincidentally, this tactic tells me and everyone else you have nothing useful to say so you have an opportunity to come up with something now.

Finally, since you want people to read posts, why don't you read what I said in this thread, you might find I didn't talk about other parties merely that the Greens lack integrity, so I'm not sure why you want me to demonstrate a party that has more.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: The Green Party - an integrity-free zone.[/p][/quote]Compared to whom?[/p][/quote]Why does it have to be compared to anybody ? Integrity is measurable, and the Greens dishonesty, obfuscation and lack of any moral principles mark them out as being severely lacking in integrity[/p][/quote]I disagree. Demonstrate to me a political party that has more integrity.[/p][/quote]Read what I said, "why does it have to be compared to anybody ?" Why don't you demonstrate the wonderful green integrity that only you seems to think exists ?[/p][/quote]You first as you are so sure of yourself.[/p][/quote]No, you first, as I would like to see how you respond to your own typical Green tactic of wanting explanations when it is thrown back at you. Iincidentally, this tactic tells me and everyone else you have nothing useful to say so you have an opportunity to come up with something now. Finally, since you want people to read posts, why don't you read what I said in this thread, you might find I didn't talk about other parties merely that the Greens lack integrity, so I'm not sure why you want me to demonstrate a party that has more. Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 1

11:01pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
And your point is ?

Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .
Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.
And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced !

By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.
Never hid that I am a Green Party member, whereas NickBrt has posted over a period of 4 years irrelevant comments other than to undermine the Green Party. Turns out they are a Labour supporter. At least they have you as their defender.
Now Jarrs you really are getting yourself in a pickle aren't you !

You suggest I should read posts and then either do not read posts yourself or you deliberately twist things to suit your own narrow interests. (A good example of a Green lacking integrity as it happens)

Regarding the integrity issue, take this thread as a case in point

1) I tell you most of the shadow cabinet nauseate me, especially the two "Ediots"

2) Based on the fact that I agree with a person( you label as a labour supporter) that a particular green councillor (or is he ex green now) nauseates me as well, you then label me as a Labour defender.

Not sure how you draw this conclusion from the above.

This demonstrates a complete lack of integrity and, coming from an acknowledged Green supporter, underlines exactly the original point made by "From beer to uncertainty" with which you took issue.

Everything you say seems to underline the veracity of the original point.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]And your point is ? Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .[/p][/quote]Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.[/p][/quote]And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced ! By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.[/p][/quote]Never hid that I am a Green Party member, whereas NickBrt has posted over a period of 4 years irrelevant comments other than to undermine the Green Party. Turns out they are a Labour supporter. At least they have you as their defender.[/p][/quote]Now Jarrs you really are getting yourself in a pickle aren't you ! You suggest I should read posts and then either do not read posts yourself or you deliberately twist things to suit your own narrow interests. (A good example of a Green lacking integrity as it happens) Regarding the integrity issue, take this thread as a case in point 1) I tell you most of the shadow cabinet nauseate me, especially the two "Ediots" 2) Based on the fact that I agree with a person( you label as a labour supporter) that a particular green councillor (or is he ex green now) nauseates me as well, you then label me as a Labour defender. Not sure how you draw this conclusion from the above. This demonstrates a complete lack of integrity and, coming from an acknowledged Green supporter, underlines exactly the original point made by "From beer to uncertainty" with which you took issue. Everything you say seems to underline the veracity of the original point. Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: 9

5:36am Sun 24 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

Hjarrs yes I vote labour yes I support their policies. Yes I find green politicians nauseating as I do Tories. You clearly don't like that but hey don't mistake me for someone who gives a s*** what you think.
Hjarrs yes I vote labour yes I support their policies. Yes I find green politicians nauseating as I do Tories. You clearly don't like that but hey don't mistake me for someone who gives a s*** what you think. NickBrt
  • Score: 19

7:46am Sun 24 Aug 14

Ambo Guy says...

HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Idontbelieveit1948 wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
And your point is ?

Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .
Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.
And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced !

By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.
Never hid that I am a Green Party member, whereas NickBrt has posted over a period of 4 years irrelevant comments other than to undermine the Green Party. Turns out they are a Labour supporter. At least they have you as their defender.
Oh yes you have. You've told me on numerous times before that you're not a Green Party member but that you're just a member of the public who just agrees with their policies. I used to ask you over and over if you were a party member and you said no.
The problem with lying, Mr Duncan, is that you have to remember to keep lying or you'll slip up like you've just done now.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Idontbelieveit1948[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]And your point is ? Are labour supporters not entitled to feel sick at something which nauseates them. Personally I have a similar reaction to most of the shadow cabinet and especially the two "Ediots", however, on this occasion I entirely sympathise with NickBrt .[/p][/quote]Just want to make it clear NickBrt is a Labour supporter, therefore partisan.[/p][/quote]And you of course are a Green zealot, sorry I mean an unbiased commentator, and consequently your views are what - more balanced ! By the way referring to one of your accusations above I have read the threads and generally conclude you still inhabit La La land and consequently have no right to accuse anyone of being paranoid.[/p][/quote]Never hid that I am a Green Party member, whereas NickBrt has posted over a period of 4 years irrelevant comments other than to undermine the Green Party. Turns out they are a Labour supporter. At least they have you as their defender.[/p][/quote]Oh yes you have. You've told me on numerous times before that you're not a Green Party member but that you're just a member of the public who just agrees with their policies. I used to ask you over and over if you were a party member and you said no. The problem with lying, Mr Duncan, is that you have to remember to keep lying or you'll slip up like you've just done now. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 27

8:27am Sun 24 Aug 14

Benny Duncan-Jarrs says...

People have short and selective memories and this is evidenced by many on this thread.

Two points for the record:-

1). Ben Duncan and HJarrs are not one and the same

2). Greens don't lie, we just change the fact to match our changing needs
People have short and selective memories and this is evidenced by many on this thread. Two points for the record:- 1). Ben Duncan and HJarrs are not one and the same 2). Greens don't lie, we just change the fact to match our changing needs Benny Duncan-Jarrs
  • Score: -3

8:46am Sun 24 Aug 14

wippasnapper says...

As they say keep your friends close but your enemies closer i.e. no matter what any of the GREEN Councilors do they will always be supported by there own i.e. OUR Council TAX payers MONEY paying his wages BUT for what he did HE should not even be there BUT so much for HONESTY within the GREEN Party! They are more like GANG-GREEN in our city.
As they say keep your friends close but your enemies closer i.e. no matter what any of the GREEN Councilors do they will always be supported by there own i.e. OUR Council TAX payers MONEY paying his wages BUT for what he did HE should not even be there BUT so much for HONESTY within the GREEN Party! They are more like GANG-GREEN in our city. wippasnapper
  • Score: 9

9:59am Sun 24 Aug 14

peebee9 says...

He is simply a nasty piece of work.
He is simply a nasty piece of work. peebee9
  • Score: 6

10:55am Sun 24 Aug 14

Benny Duncan-Jarrs says...

peebee9 wrote:
He is simply a nasty piece of work.
Nasty piece of work and Simple is my view
[quote][p][bold]peebee9[/bold] wrote: He is simply a nasty piece of work.[/p][/quote]Nasty piece of work and Simple is my view Benny Duncan-Jarrs
  • Score: 6

1:01pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Wide Bertha says...

HJarrs wrote:
NickBrt wrote:
Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.
Said NickBrt (Labour)
Saw Duncans' picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Just looked away and it slowly subsided. Wondered if he trims his ear and nose hair.No further treatment needed.
W. Bertha (Apolitical)
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Sawduncans picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Managed to make it to bathroom this time.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (Labour)[/p][/quote]Saw Duncans' picture again. Felt extremely nauseous. Just looked away and it slowly subsided. Wondered if he trims his ear and nose hair.No further treatment needed. W. Bertha (Apolitical) Wide Bertha
  • Score: 8

5:49pm Mon 25 Aug 14

Btn4all says...

I once phoned ben duncans office after his wreckless comments incited violent and abbusive behaviour from his clan (albeit small) of delusional followers. Naturally he wasnt professional enough to return call and watching his vile behaviour has made me feel ashamed he represents a voice for important matters in the city.
The disingenuous behaviour of the green party is entirely condistent with the repugnent diatripe that spews from their mouths.
To antagonise an entire city is spectacular - i would relish the opportunity to debate with you councillor duncan but i see you prefer making snide remarks behind fake user profiles and refuse to engage with local press.
If you parent like you politic then i fear your child is destined to be as obnoxious as you
I once phoned ben duncans office after his wreckless comments incited violent and abbusive behaviour from his clan (albeit small) of delusional followers. Naturally he wasnt professional enough to return call and watching his vile behaviour has made me feel ashamed he represents a voice for important matters in the city. The disingenuous behaviour of the green party is entirely condistent with the repugnent diatripe that spews from their mouths. To antagonise an entire city is spectacular - i would relish the opportunity to debate with you councillor duncan but i see you prefer making snide remarks behind fake user profiles and refuse to engage with local press. If you parent like you politic then i fear your child is destined to be as obnoxious as you Btn4all
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9:51pm Mon 25 Aug 14

since72 says...

Time for Duncan to go. He's a disgrace to our town.
Time for Duncan to go. He's a disgrace to our town. since72
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