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2. You treated dealers like animals… Something that is not explicitly explained, but implied – if you felt comfortable buying an 8.2mm hammerman knife for £279.99 for one dealer, what would you consider to be …

2. You treated dealers like animals…

Something that is not explicitly explained, but implied – if you felt comfortable buying an 8.2mm hammerman knife for £279.99 for one dealer, what would you consider to be reasonable for the other dealers in your street? What is the maximum price you would consider to be a fair price to be able to start selling guns and knives? What are the potential consequences of refusing to buy a particular item and how would you ensure that you’d get to keep your customers in good standing?

3. You don’t care about people who genuinely need a gun and knife…

A figure of £4m of taxpayer money went to police-only street knife zones – yet only one, in Haringey, the home of Hillary Clinton, has been secured. At least, because it had been approved by the Home Office, in 2014. When that wasn’t enough, the Ministry of Justice threatened to stop police taking firearms and knives off the streets, resulting in a dramatic increase in illegal gun crimes. Is there a standard procedure for who the police should take guns and knives from? Do you care? If so, how much do you value people’s lives?

4. You don’t care about destroying decent societies…

No gun, knife or bomb has been brought into the UK by a foreign-born terrorist yet. This is the responsibility of successive Home Secretaries. Will you get rid of the foreign aid budget to “help African terrorists fight the good fight”, as you told the BBC in 2014? Did you notice that Theresa May had to renegotiate trade deals to get no deal on Brexit okayed? (If you don’t care, does that mean you can do so much worse than she did?) Your Government supported the Facebook creators in their decision to double-cross the Queen… yet no riots took place in the face of the worst environmental legislation in recent British history. How would you react if children kidnapped poor Africans? Would you sympathise with their parents?

5. You’d happily assist Donald Trump in his trans-national war on terror…

Most Americans who voted for you thought you’d be far more adept at opposing his ideological and terror-oriented policies. Since being elected in 2016, you’ve looked rather weak and opportunistic, especially after showing evidence of accepting bribes while in public office, and failing to pursue a fair and equal approach to employment and migrant rights. The wheels of justice would be considerably more streamlined and speedy if you kept an adequate amount of political capital for when emergencies do arise. Would you be happy to support Donald Trump’s massive violation of human rights around the world, and help to fund countries that have been hostile to the UK?

6. You don’t care about creating a climate of threat…

Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale kept their arguments about Islamic law within the complex and modern world of jihadi terrorism. The impact of your Government’s attempts to divert public attention away from Brexit has damaged Britain’s diplomatic relations with some of our biggest trading partners, and cajoled domestic terrorist groups into getting into violence with each other – in Westminster, not Barking. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s attack on the former President of Venezuela with baseless false accusations of having ties to the North Korean Government has radically distorted the border conflicts in that country. This bloodshed can be stopped. What damage would you do to Britain’s international relations if you were elected?

8. You don’t care about the ongoing natural disasters that threaten the fabric of a functioning society…

The E. coli outbreak in the UK in the summer of 2017 led to hundreds of people with acute kidney failure – thanks to the lack of adequate water supplies. The subsequent and ongoing heatwave saw the country hit by its second-coldest winter in history. And yet we are facing a major electricity blackout in 2020, coming from several severe and prolonged wildfires in northern Europe. And yet you haven’t made any plans to tackle this growing problem. Are you too poor, sleep deprived, or otherwise distracted to be bothered?

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