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Talking tough when the bullies are out of sight

The last thing I want to say — hopefully the last thing I want to say — about Theresa May’s speech is that she talked tough after she came home. Anyone can come home and talk tough about some bullies. “I’m not putting up with that sort of behaviour, believe you me. I’ll kick their arses.” It’s easy to say that sort of thing to your friends and family when you’re back home and a long way from danger. It doesn’t mean a thing, though, unless you say it to the bullies at the time they’re bullying you. If in reality you’re trying to suck up to the bullies whenever you see them then it doesn’t mean a thing what posturing you do back home.


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  1. The problem is, that if St Theresa, had stood up to the EUSSR bullies at the time, they would have used their media to claim that she was a menopausal woman, obviously in need of a hysterectomy. Also, in retaliation, she may have said something in anger that she would later regret. Revenge, as they say, is a dish best served cold (not that I believe she has the gall to take any revenge). Meanwhile, the EU bullies will continue with their mutual masturbation sessions, celebrating how they put the poor bitch down. Perhaps the best thing she can do now, is to tell them that from now on they will be treated with the same level of courtesy they showed to her, and mean it.

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