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1 hour ago, The Voice of Reason said:

Nobody on here has considered a scenario where Dr G is not correct in her claims as presented and lost and the consequences thereof.

Silly me. That would never happen . Would it?

The only reason we can't see the sun shining out of her arse is because most of MF has crawled up it and is blocking the light:D

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23 minutes ago, piebaps said:

The only reason we can't see the sun shining out of her arse is because most of MF has crawled up it and is blocking the light:D

don't sugar coat it there Piebaps - say it how you really feel it!

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10 hours ago, The Voice of Reason said:

Nobody on here has considered a scenario where Dr G is not correct in her claims as presented and lost and the consequences thereof.

Silly me. That would never happen . Would it?

It's possible. The Govt's response doesn't suggest that. If someone is wrong you don't need to question their employment status or anonymous letters or weeks to provide a line by line rebuttal you just present the evidence.

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22 minutes ago, Declan said:

...provide a line by line rebuttal you just present the evidence.

As another week slips by without either...

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I noticed a lot of people on FB yesterday celebrating and congratulating HQ and the Government for coming out of lockdown.

I wonder sometimes if the majority of the population even know or care about Dr Glover's PAC evidence.

Hard to tell what the majority feeling is.

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2 minutes ago, Rhumsaa said:

I noticed a lot of people on FB yesterday celebrating and congratulating HQ and the Government for coming out of lockdown.

I wonder sometimes if the majority of the population even know or care about Dr Glover's PAC evidence.

Hard to tell what the majority feeling is.

A lot of people don't raise their eyes above their own horizon; it is only when something directly impacts them do they take any notice.  So, not surprising, but just because the majority are uninterested, it doesn't lessen the importance of getting to the bottom of these things. 

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5 minutes ago, Gladys said:

A lot of people don't raise their eyes above their own horizon; it is only when something directly impacts them do they take any notice.  So, not surprising, but just because the majority are uninterested, it doesn't lessen the importance of getting to the bottom of these things. 

I don't disagree that getting to the bottom of it is important.

More just musing that the government can wait it out and bury it in chip paper if they are minded to.

Twitter & MF don't seem great litmus test for public opinion even if they feel more on the nose at times

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21 minutes ago, Rhumsaa said:

I noticed a lot of people on FB yesterday celebrating and congratulating HQ and the Government for coming out of lockdown.

I wonder sometimes if the majority of the population even know or care about Dr Glover's PAC evidence.

Hard to tell what the majority feeling is.

Now that restrictions are being lifted it’s taken the heat & interest off Glover & steam packet,

Next week will see the announcement on borders & reduced isolation etc so this will again take headlines & glovergate will be old news.

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10 minutes ago, Rhumsaa said:

Hard to tell what the majority feeling is.

Most sensible and moderate people looking at any dispute, especially one which has gone nuclear in public, will assume that difficulties exist on both sides. Because that's the typical shape of these sorts of things in general.

That doesn't mean it is always true.

I am fairly sure that most sensible people will be hoping that they all just make friends and move on.

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1 hour ago, Declan said:

It's possible. The Govt's response doesn't suggest that. If someone is wrong you don't need to question their employment status or anonymous letters or weeks to provide a line by line rebuttal you just present the evidence.

Indeed.

I don't think it is possible that Dr G made up, lied, embellished, invented any single part of her evidence. As she stated on here she is on the spectrum and individuals with Asperger find it almost impossible to lie - it's just not in their psyche.  They tell it like it is, often even when they shouldn't.

A spectrum exists of many opposites. At one is the Asperger truth teller who is concerned only with facts, and at the opposite sits the lying, ass-covering, duplicitous, conniving, manipulating, gaslighting, disordered, ego driven individual.

I'm not a betting man but if I were, I know where I'd be placing my bet.

 

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