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132,248.  In the past politicians had to pretend to be nice and friendly.  (Mockumentary & Politics)  Cunk & Other People on 2019 III, BBC 2019

 

 

129,592.  Anyone who puts himself forward to be elected to a position of political power is almost bound to be socially and emotionally insecurity, or criminally motivated, or mad.  (Language & Jargon & Words & Irony & Speak & Satire & Politics)  Auberon Waugh, cited Jonathan Meades on Jargon: More Than You Ever Wanted to Know ***** BBC 2019

 

 

129,593.  Don’t they [politicians] realise how tired, how clapped out their paltry jargon is?  It’s the language of people who can’t think for themselves, and arrogantly believe that the rest of the populus shares their infirmity.  We don’t.  These people are programmed morons, their threadbare formulae are more than just pockmarks, they’re seething buboes signalling an absolute contempt for the populus whom they regard as gullible patsies to be patronisingly talked down to.  They signal too a contempt for the language of the country they are meant to be governing.  They signal their own poverty of thought.  Are the brainwashed?  They are certainly tongue-washed.  (Language & Jargon & Words & Irony & Speak & Satire & Politics)  Jonathan Meades on Jargon: More Than You Ever Wanted to Know ***** BBC 2019

 

 

125,340.  Escobar: You are meeting up with politicians, not with gangsters.

 

Poison: Aren’t they the same thing, boss?  (Cocaine & Gangstas: Colombia & Politics)  Narcos s1e3: The Men of Always, Netflix 2013

 

 

120,774.  Politics is the reflex of the business and industrial world.  Emma Goldman, Anarchism and Other Essays ***** audiobook 6.57.08, part 10: The Tragedy of Women’s Emancipation

 

 

118,369.  There’s nothing else but politics.  (GBH Films & Italy & Politics)  Il Divo 2008 starring Toni Servillo & Anna Bonaiuto & Flavio Bucci & Carlo Buccirosso & Piera Degli Esposti & Alberto Cracco & Giorgio  Colangeli & Massimo Popolizio & Aldo Ralli & Giulio Bosetti et al, director Paolo Sorrentino

 

 

115,819.  One body, one survivor.  We have a survivor.  State of Play I II III IV V VI, BBC 2003, rozzer  

 

115,820.  She went under a train.  ibid.  woman to Stephen re death of researcher Sonia

 

115,821.  I’ve never screwed around before.  ibid.  Stephen to Cal  

 

115,822.  Don’t go home.  Call me.  ibid.  Cal to Stephen  

 

115,823.  I don’t think Sonia Baker killed herself.  We think she was murdered.  ibid.

 

115,824.  The Mail has information he was about to leave his wife.  ibid.  Cal to other journalists

 

115,825.  We know Sonia Baker was on a hit-list.  ibid.  editor

 

115,826.  Anne Collins Gives Dignified Performance.  ibid.  Anne Collins discovers Cal’s article  

 

115,827.  I knew Stephen was having an affair because somebody told me in July.  I got a letter.  Anonymous.  ibid.  Anne 

 

115,828.  You want everything I’ve got for little bits of truth.  ibid.  Cal to Stephen

 

115,855.  Dominic, you’re safe here.  ibid.  Dan

 

115,856.  If UEX Oil planted Sonia as a spy on the select-committee, we’ve got a major corporate crime, sure.  ibid.  Cal

 

115,860.  You’re tying yourself in knots; just wrap it up.  ibid.  editor

 

115,861.  Someone somewhere wants to see him hang for something he hasn’t done.  ibid.  Cal to Stephen’s secretary

 

115,862.  She [Sonia] got herself pregnant to him [Stephen].  ibid.  Foy   

 

115,863.  Sonia Baker was working for UEX Oil.  She was put into Stephen’s office to spy on him.  ibid.  Cal to Anne

 

115,864.  I’ll give you everything you need to blow this sky high.  ibid.  Stephen to Cal

 

115,865.  Collins Confesses to Murder.  ibid.  Herald front page

 

 

115,911.  Nothing lasts for ever.  House of Cards I II III IV *****  BBC 1990, opening scene  

 

115,912.  Who cloud replace her?  Plenty of contenders.  Old warriors.  Young pretenders … What me?  Oh no no no.  I’m the Chief Whip.  Merely a functionary.  I keep the troops in line.  I put a bit of stick about.  I make ’em jump.  ibid.

 

115,913.  I think you should be prime minister.  ibid.  Elizabeth to Francis

 

115,914.  As you see no Cabinet changes at all.  ibid.  Collingridge

 

115,915.  Unless a better man were to take the leadership from him.  ibid.  Elizabeth to Francis

 

115,916.  Beware of an old man in a hurry.  ibid.  Francis to Mattie

 

115,917.  Cocaine is awfully expensive stuff.  ibid.  Francis to Roger

 

115,918.  You might think that, Mattie.  I couldn’t possibly comment.  ibid.  Francis

 

115,919.  So it was most unfortunate when someone tipped off the tabloids about Charles Collingridge’s holiday address.  ibid.

 

115,920.  After the Silly Season comes the Conference Season.  ibid.

 

115,921.  We’ve grasped the nettle and we’ve taken it on board.  ibid.  education minister

 

115,922.  Bright girls for research: where would the House be without them?  (Politics & Research)  ibid.  Francis to Roger

 

115,923.  We get all the riffraff here.  ibid.  Francis to Mattie at conference

 

115,924.  We need a leader who’s prepared to let his dogs off the leash.  (Politics & Leader)  ibid.  Francis to Ben, newspaper owner  

 

115,925.  Who would be a leader in this wicked world?  (Politics & Leader)  ibid.

 

115,948.  You’re a good man.  ibid.  Collingridge to Francis  

 

115,949.  I’m interested in you.  ibid.  Francis to Mattie  

 

115,950.  He was in the trap and screaming from the moment he took office.  ibid.  Francis

 

115,951.  I wanted you the first time I met you … I want to call you Daddy.  ibid.  Mattie to Francis  

 

115,952.  I’m the best man for the job.  ibid.  Francis to Ben

 

115,953.  What me?  Oh no no no no.  I’m just a backroom boy.  ibid.  Francis to Collingridge

 

115,954.  When you’re drunk, you’re never bored.  (Politics & Drunk)  ibid.  Charles to Mattie

 

115,955.  Old farts die sooner.  I’ll be waiting in the wings.  ibid.  Woolton

 

115,956.  I’ll drag you down with me till you’re blinded and drownded!  ibid.  Roger to Francis

 

115,957.  Mattie, why the hell didn’t you think of Urquhart sooner?  ibid.  colleague 

 

115,958.  I love you, Daddy.  ibid.  Mattie 

 

 

116,062.  Vote for me because I am more decisive.  (Politics & Vote)  The New Statesman s1e1: Happiness is a Warm Gun, ITV 1987, SDP on hustings

 

116,063.  I should like to begin by thanking my loving wife Sarah.  ibid.  B’stard accepts nomination

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