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The 2 Faces Of A Labour Mayor.......?

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ToraToraTora | 10:12 Tue 19th Oct 2021 | News
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//I don't understand why anyone wouldn't do Twitter.// I did briefly, roy. Which really just showed that humans are dangerously insane. So stopped. And yes mozz, all MPs are at least 2 faced- it's an actual requirement.
19:00 Tue 19th Oct 2021
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Hang on...that's of Twitface

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people take snap shots roy, do keep up.
Full credit to the mayor for taking the time to get the thoughts of "all Londoners".
I don't see any example of being 'two-faced' at all.

One message abhors racism, and the second mourns a colleague.

One acknowledges a brutal killing - the other doesn't.
To be fair to Major Khan there is no confirmed link to what caused the murder to kill Sir David.

However I'm not convinced it was pure racism with Floyd either.
//To be fair to Major Khan there is no confirmed link to what caused the murder to kill Sir David. //

I think you're being rather too fair to him, YMB. It's certainly confirmed that he was brutally murdered - and by a Muslim.
Yes, certainly on the brutal murder bit. However as far as I can see at present they haven't truly linked his religious belief to the murder.
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AH: "I don't see any example of being 'two-faced' at all. " - so the Killing of the MP wasn't "brutal" at all then?
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YMB, the point is that only one of the two is a "brutal killing" in SK's eyes.
YMB, I don't think there's too much doubt.
No Naomi, but we need to be careful, otherwise the usual crowd will be in to detract from the problem.

When, as I am sure it will be from reports, his religion is found to be behind this than will be the time to shout.

Also, I doubt very much Khan wrote that as the correct title has been used (Sir).
YMB, Khan wouldn't have written it - but this isn't about the murderer's motivation - it's about Khan's obfuscation. He's made noises as courtesy demands - but not the right ones. To describe the MP as having 'passed away' is an insult to the victim and to his family. The man was brutally slain - and purposefully. Unlike the case of Floyd, there is no doubt of that.
"To describe the MP as having 'passed away' is an insult to the victim and to his family."

that is taking things a bit far... i do not think you have any right to take offense on behalf of his family... it does not seem very likely that Sadiq Khan would be out to insult them does it.

"The man was brutally slain - and purposefully. Unlike the case of Floyd, there is no doubt of that."

Floyd's killer was convicted of murder...
untitled, //i do not think you have any right to take offense on behalf of his family//

What you think is irrelevant to me, but for your information I'm not offended. I'm sickened.

//Floyd's killer was convicted of murder...//

But unlike the MP's killer, that policeman didn't go out that morning with the specific intention of killing a particular man - or of killing anyone at all - did he!
I think that's the difference, untitled. While it seems obvious he was brutally murdered... can they actually say that, without a conviction yet? What if it ended up as manslaughter, or something strange? They have to be careful with public words.
MP - murdered. He was stabbed 17 ties according to reports. A violent murder is the way I read it.
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