Wanker of the Week # 1

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WHO IS WANKER OF THE WEEK # 1..?

George Michael
0
No votes
Prince Charles
1
17%
Trading Standards
0
No votes
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni & The Likud Party + anyone of Israeli nationality who voted for the fuckers
1
17%
Tony Blair, the bloke with an imaginary scapegoat called God...
4
67%
 
Total votes: 6

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Wanker of the Week # 1

Postby upstate » Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:16 pm

Right. I've had to make a few slight adjustments because I assumed I could update the voting poll for Wanker of the Week whenever necessary... I can't.

Please refer back to the original Wanker of the Week poll on General Messages to see the original, but the poll above is our official Wanker of the Week # 1. I've decided that this should run until midnight Sunday (today), 5th March, 2006 instead of as suggested, 8pm. This is to accommodate our newer members who may not have sussed navigation on SENSITIZE © .

Whoever is voted Wanker of the Week, will have to face up to it, all of this week. New nominations from members for Wanker of the Week # 2, will begin tomorrow...

This week's contenders are;

George Michael, Prince Charles, Trading Standards, Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni & The Likud Party + anyone of Israeli nationality who voted for the fuckers, Tony Blair, the bloke with an imaginary scapegoat called God...

You. The good people on SENSITIZE © decide. WHO IS:-

    WANKER OF THE WEEK # 1..?
Please note. The original poll still counts and there have been 2 votes for Trading Standards. 1 vote for George Michael and 1 vote for Prince Charles...

To see the original poll which is still part of this poll, please click here...
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Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:43 pm Post subject: Wanker of the Week - God-botherer Bliar

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sayas it all, really...


Tim


God will judge me, PM tells Parkinson

Michael White, political editor
Saturday March 4, 2006
The Guardian

Tony Blair is reconciled to the prospect that God and history will eventually judge his decision to go to war with Iraq, and says his decision, like much of his policymaking, was underpinned by his Christian faith.

Mr Blair made the remarks in an appearance on Parkinson to be broadcast tonight, in which he spoke of the struggle with his conscience to do the right thing because people's lives are at stake.

Asked about Iraq, the prime minister said: "Well, I think if you have faith about these things, then you realise that judgment is made by other people."

Questioned further, he added: "If you believe in God, [the judgment] is made by God as well."

Michael Parkinson asked: "So will you pray to God when you make a decision like that?" Mr Blair said merely: "Well, I don't want to get into something like that."

Unlike George Bush, who said God told him to launch the Iraq campaign, Mr Blair has taken care to keep his faith away from political discourse. He once bridled visibly when asked by Jeremy Paxman if he and Mr Bush prayed together. But he confirmed the thesis put forward by more than one biographer that it was his rediscovery of religion while at Oxford University which led him into politics.

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Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:00 pm Post subject: Re: Wanker of the Week - God-botherer Bliar

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Tim wrote:
sayas it all, really...


Tim


God will judge me, PM tells Parkinson

Michael White, political editor
Saturday March 4, 2006
The Guardian

Tony Blair is reconciled to the prospect that God and history will eventually judge his decision to go to war with Iraq, and says his decision, like much of his policymaking, was underpinned by his Christian faith.

Mr Blair made the remarks in an appearance on Parkinson to be broadcast tonight, in which he spoke of the struggle with his conscience to do the right thing because people's lives are at stake.

Asked about Iraq, the prime minister said: "Well, I think if you have faith about these things, then you realise that judgment is made by other people."

Questioned further, he added: "If you believe in God, [the judgment] is made by God as well."

Michael Parkinson asked: "So will you pray to God when you make a decision like that?" Mr Blair said merely: "Well, I don't want to get into something like that."

Unlike George Bush, who said God told him to launch the Iraq campaign, Mr Blair has taken care to keep his faith away from political discourse. He once bridled visibly when asked by Jeremy Paxman if he and Mr Bush prayed together. But he confirmed the thesis put forward by more than one biographer that it was his rediscovery of religion while at Oxford University which led him into politics.

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Ahh, bless him. That's OK Mr Blair, God will forgive ya for all the lives lost in 'the war on terror' or is it 'terror of war'. Smarmy bastard.

I think the judgement is already here mate, you don't have to wait til you die.
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Postby Tim Barton, BlueGreenEart » Mon Mar 06, 2006 1:42 pm

Likud in there as well - damn, I'm split - but still think
Bliar has it by a neck (until the re-annexation of Gaza
and Jerusalem, after which...)

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Re: Post subject: Wanker of the Week # 1

Postby Louis P. Burns aka Lugh » Mon Mar 06, 2006 1:57 pm

Tim wrote:Likud in there as well - damn, I'm split - but still think
Bliar has it by a neck (until the re-annexation of Gaza
and Jerusalem, after which...)

;-)


The world will blow up...

Ah well. No alarms and no suprises eh..? Tony Blair is;-

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Postby joanne chapman » Wed Mar 08, 2006 2:34 am

Who we got for wanker of the week two then? I am waiting to cask my vote.


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