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#106 - levchenko
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Makes you wonder why he was taken out of power after World War 2?
#112 to #106 - internetrage
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because as much as i love and respect him as a wartime leader, he was a tory scumbag in peacetime. for example, he was massively against the NHS and workers unions. sorry churchill love you bro
#114 to #112 - levchenko
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I'm not of fan of the man honestly...
#115 to #114 - internetrage
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meh. i guess if he hadnt won us a war i wouldnt either. i certainly wouldnt vote for him
#116 to #115 - levchenko
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As a Russian i would have been fine...
#117 to #116 - internetrage
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you sure about that?
#118 to #117 - levchenko
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We lived though Stalin, and the man may have been mad but he had the bigest army in the world at that time even after the losses. Hitler would have been defeated no matter what he did.
#108 to #106 - BenniEGHR
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i could go into how the people wanted Labour as they represented the workers and wanted a change from the rich and posh in power. but its fairly boring
#109 to #108 - levchenko
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I was talking **** on him because he did not know how to lead!
#110 to #109 - BenniEGHR
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he led a country to victory, He was a brilliant wartime leader, but not a peacetime leader. There was a majority vote amongst leaders to surrender to the germans, but Churchill refused to do so, he demanded a fight on and we won.
#113 to #110 - levchenko
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He was an okay wartime leader i guess, but taking out of power was for the best!
#129 to #113 - BenniEGHR
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agreed, as once we won, we had no use for him and needed to concentrate on looking after our veterans and poor, which is what labour was planning on doing, not Churchill