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Asili ya udini na ukabila wa chademma ni conservative

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Mwanajamii, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. Mwanajamii

    Mwanajamii JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani kati ya mambo matatu ambayo Chama cha CONSERVATIVE cha uingereza ambacho ni mshirika mkubwa wa CHADEMA kinacho ni UDINI, UKABILA NA USHOGA. Lakini CHADEMA wao wamekuwa wakilalamikiwa kuwa na udini na ukabila. Hii ni dhahiri kwamba asili ya mambo haya ya CHADEMA ni kutoka Conservative. Hili la ushoga kama siyo kuwekwa wazi na DAVID CAMERON watanzania tusingelijua.

    Hebu soma hii hapa chini uone jamaa mmoja aitwaye kwa jina la JIMI MURPHY anavyomlalamikia CAMERON kutokana na ubaguzi wake wa kidini na kikabila.

    Jim Murphy: David Cameron treats Scotland like Slovenia
    The most high-profile Scot in Labour’s ranks has launched another extraordinary attack on David Cameron by suggesting the Prime Minister treats his trips to Scotland like state visits to a Balkan country.

    Jim Murphy claims the Prime Minister behaves like a 'foreign dignitary' on his visits to Scotland
    By Simon Johnson, Scottish Political Editor
    11:55AM BST 23 Sep 2011
    Jim Murphy, the Shadow Defence Secretary, said Mr Cameron behaves in Scotland as if he is a “foreign dignitary” visiting Slovenia rather than Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
    An angry Mr Murphy said that to preserve the United Kingdom Mr Cameron must do more to “engage” people than stand in front of the Union flag and the Saltire.
    The former Scottish Secretary suggested he would like to be Prime Minister himself but his Catholic faith would be too much of a “barrier”.
    His latest intervention increased the cracks that have appeared in the pro-Britain campaign being planned for Alex Salmond’s independence referendum. Earlier this week Mr Murphy said he would refuse to share a platform with the Prime Minister.
    The row raises further concerns that senior figures from the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats will not put aside their political differences to unite in the face of the separatist threat.

    Iain Gray, Labour’s Holyrood leader, yesterday defended Mr Murphy’s decision to distance himself from Mr Cameron and said his party would make its own “distinct arguments” during the campaign.
    Mr Murphy was questioned about the Prime Minister’s attitude to Scotland during an interview with the Spectator magazine.
    “He’s got to engage a bit more in Scotland. He’s got to travel a few hundred miles north as well. He’s the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and he shouldn’t behave like a foreign visiting dignitary when he goes to Scotland, which is what the temptation is,” he said.
    “He comes up and he stands in front of a British flag and a Scottish flag as if he is visiting Slovenia. Scotland is not bloody Slovenia.”
    Mr Murphy said a Scot could be Prime Minister but asked: “Can you be a Catholic and prime minister?”
    But David Mundell, a Tory Scotland Office Minister, said Mr Murphy’s remarks were “disappointing” and “ridiculous” as the Prime Minister respects Scotland.
    “Anybody would accept he has had a pretty hectic first year or so in office but he came to Scotland within days of becoming Prime Minister and has had more dialogue with Alex Salmond than previous Governments,” he said.
    Mr Cameron made a flying visit to the Scottish Conservative spring conference In Perth this year in the middle of the Libya crisis. He successfully led international calls for the UN to intervene to prevent the Gaddafi regime slaughtering its citizens.
    Earlier this month he stayed with the Queen at her Balmoral estate in Aberdeenshire. But Mr Gray defended Mr Murphy, adding: “Jim was saying that Labour will make our own distinct arguments why Scotland’s future is better without separation.”
    A spokesman for the First Minister said: “The Unionist parties are fighting each other like ferrets in a sack – no wonder support for independence is moving ahead in the polls.
    “The Scottish government have no desire to intrude into the private grief of these London parties, who are losing the place and fast losing the constitutional debate in Scotland.”
  2. Somji Juma

    Somji Juma Verified User

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    mi cjakuelewa kwan hao CONSERVATIVE ni watoa maamuzi wa CHADEMA au ni wafadhili wa CHADEMA.?wakat CHADEMA wapo kuwachafua kwa kuonesha ushahidi wa wazi na wa ukweli kwa wa TZ nyie mnahangaika na UDINI NA UKABILA..

    hiyo track ya UDINI NA UKABILA imeshachuja tafuta nyngine ikuingize japo TOP1000000000..