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Corbyn visited a Primary School in Telford this week. They were given outstanding status by OFSTED so Corbyn thought he would jump on the bandwagon and go for a few selfies.

He refused to go to the assembly, only spent ten minutes with the eldest children whom he told they should all be engineers or wait for it, politicians. He then stood outside the school to hand out party leaflets. All very crass, but not that bad for Corbyn.

However, the day after the visit he tweeted how the teachers had told him they were struggling with austerity and cuts to their funding which was affecting the kids. This WAS AN OUT AND OUT LIE.

The school has recently had it's funding increased, and none of the teachers mentioned anything like his blatant lies. The whole school is very upset that they have been used by a bare faced liar, and an open letter was sent to him today by the local MP, stating their disgust at his behaviour.

My daughter is a teacher at the school. She has her own mind and was prepared to give Corbyn a chance. Now she, and every other teacher in the school simply can't believe he tried to make political gain out of them and the children. He will never be invited again, and not one of the staff will now vote for the bare faced LIAR. No misunderstanding. It was Corbyn's personal account.



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Corbyn visited a Primary School in Telford this week. They were given outstanding status by OFSTED so Corbyn thought he would jump on the bandwagon and go for a few selfies.

He refused to go to the assembly, only spent ten minutes with the eldest children whom he told they should all be engineers or wait for it, politicians. He then stood outside the school to hand out party leaflets. All very crass, but not that bad for Corbyn.

However, the day after the visit he tweeted how the teachers had told him they were struggling with austerity and cuts to their funding which was affecting the kids. This WAS AN OUT AND OUT LIE.

The school has recently had it's funding increased, and none of the teachers mentioned anything like his blatant lies. The whole school is very upset that they have been used by a bare faced liar, and an open letter was sent to him today by the local MP, stating their disgust at his behaviour.

My daughter is a teacher at the school. She has her own mind and was prepared to give Corbyn a chance. Now she, and every other teacher in the school simply can't believe he tried to make political gain out of them and the children. He will never be invited again, and not one of the staff will now vote for the bare faced LIAR. No misunderstanding. It was Corbyn's personal account.



The man should be ashamed.


If he'd got any shame he would have resigned when the majority of his MPs wanted him to resign.

There was a real sleight of hand when he intimated he would "deal with" student debt. Deal with it my arse. It now transpires, after giving the impression he would rid students of historical tuition fee debt ( a ploy that must have accrued Labour millions of students' votes), that he promised no such thing. It was merely an "aspiration". The word aspiration nor any such like was not mentioned at all . Every bugger but him took it as a pledge. He conned millions of people into voting for him. He is an utter arsehole in so many respects you'd have trouble listing them all.

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All politicians promise us the earth on their manifestos.....irrespective of party and you KNOW deep down that most of their policies will NEVER get implemented. It is just them angling for as many of our votes as they can gather...as it has been for may years now..I wonder how many young people will vote Labour next time we have an election..?? Well, whatever, they will just "have to deal with it"... 8)

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All politicians promise us the earth on their manifestos.....irrespective of party and you KNOW deep down that most of their policies will NEVER get implemented. It is just them angling for as many of our votes as they can gather...as it has been for may years now..I wonder how many young people will vote Labour next time we have an election..?? Well, whatever, they will just "have to deal with it"... 8)


What a state the country is in?

I know, let's ensure that MPs have their salaries doubled so that Parliament will attract sufficiently talented MPs. LOL. :oops:

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Before you judge a politician, look at his friends and who he admires.

Jezza has never hidden his adoration of the dictatorship that was once Venezuela. Political adversaries rounded up by militarily police, demonstrators hunted by the armed forces and killed.

A brave new socialist world.


Abbott ? Well she showed her credentials to be the Home Secretary by siding with rhe Hackney rioters before any evidence against the police has been presented.

A Home Secretary that goes on the street to support rioters looting shops and attacking the police ?......You have to be joking right ? Errrr not with New Labour you're not.

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Come come Knocker , SILENCE ?

The Attorney General in Venezuela is now barricaded in her office awaiting " punishment " for standing against judicial killings and the outlawing of any opposition to the socialist utopia. Meanwhile, the Jeremy supported government has declared itself to be a " Supreme Power" and is stating any opposition will lead to death.

All those speeches of support by Jezza, may come back to haunt him.....don't you think ?

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Come come Knocker , SILENCE ?

The Attorney General in Venezuela is now barricaded in her office awaiting " punishment " for standing against judicial killings and the outlawing of any opposition to the socialist utopia. Meanwhile, the Jeremy supported government has declared itself to be a " Supreme Power" and is stating any opposition will lead to death.

All those speeches of support by Jezza, may come back to haunt him.....don't you think ?


I dont know enough about Venezuela politically, whether they were to Oil dependent or whether the CIA destabilized the region.

I thought during the past decade or more they had good intentions for their people regards Schooling and Health systems.

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Come come Knocker , SILENCE ?

The Attorney General in Venezuela is now barricaded in her office awaiting " punishment " for standing against judicial killings and the outlawing of any opposition to the socialist utopia. Meanwhile, the Jeremy supported government has declared itself to be a " Supreme Power" and is stating any opposition will lead to death.

All those speeches of support by Jezza, may come back to haunt him.....don't you think ?


I dont know enough about Venezuela politically, whether they were to Oil dependent or whether the CIA destabilized the region.

I thought during the past decade or more they had good intentions for their people regards Schooling and Health systems.


What you say is sadly true. Like Jezza, their stated intentions were good. And again like if Jezza came to power, their fundamental lack of economic sense coupled with an overwhelming belief in their omnipotence, has led to mass hunger, lawlessness, and a break down of the fabric of their society.

And again like Jezza's cabal ( a stuck record here), if this country was stupid enough to elect him/them, they were a party when in opposition, constantly calling for free speech and rebellion, which turned to dictatorship when their utopia based on lies and foolish promises, turned to dust and "the people" wanted them out.

We must learn from their disaster, and keep Jezza and Co where they belong, a quirky little footnote in British political history. A "near-miss" children can laugh about in the future and a group of boogie men, mothers can scare their children to sleep with if they're naughty. " Sleep well little Johnny. If you don't eat your greens, Dianne Abbott will become Home Secretary ".

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That post made me chuckle.

Fortunately for the British people Jeremy has far more in common with Europe and Scandinavia.

With policies which reflect those as used in Germany, Holland, France, Denmark, Sweden, Norway plus others.

Countries who have at least 20% better front line services, higher quality education and societies pretty free from the greed culture which engulfs the UK.

This Reaganomics bollocks which Thatcher installed is on its knees thank fuck and will be gone by the end of this decade.

More power to the people. A better fairer future.

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That post made me chuckle.

Fortunately for the British people Jeremy has far more in common with Europe and Scandinavia.

With policies which reflect those as used in Germany, Holland, France, Denmark, Sweden, Norway plus others.

Countries who have at least 20% better front line services, higher quality education and societies pretty free from the greed culture which engulfs the UK.

This Reaganomics bollocks which Thatcher installed is on its knees thank fuck and will be gone by the end of this decade.

More power to the people. A better fairer future.


He does not. The Unions in Scandinavia are completely controlled by legislation, legislation which would be described as draconian in this fair land. Corbyn points to the social welfare they have, but always conveniently forgets the control workers are placed under to achieve it.

Cake and eat it, you can't have. The Scandis know it, Corbynistas have no idea.

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knocker knowles wrote:
That post made me chuckle.

Fortunately for the British people Jeremy has far more in common with Europe and Scandinavia.

With policies which reflect those as used in Germany, Holland, France, Denmark, Sweden, Norway plus others.

Countries who have at least 20% better front line services, higher quality education and societies pretty free from the greed culture which engulfs the UK.

This Reaganomics bollocks which Thatcher installed is on its knees thank fuck and will be gone by the end of this decade.

More power to the people. A better fairer future.


He does not. The Unions in Scandinavia are completely controlled by legislation, legislation which would be described as draconian in this fair land. Corbyn points to the social welfare they have, but always conveniently forgets the control workers are placed under to achieve it.

Cake and eat it, you can't have. The Scandis know it, Corbynistas have no idea.


The truth is higher levels of tax paid by the very wealthy is looked on as the norm in places like Sweden.
Because they appreciate wider society and are willing to help those in society less fortunate.

So the model then creates higher taxes for those who can afford it.
Wonderful first class services, great schools, less crime on the streets and a feel good factor based on community.
Now people realise the English establishment dont wish to share and would sooner they sleep rough and use food banks.
Jeremy offers hope, your not going to beat a growing electorate with fresh hope.
Vote Jeremy, vote Labour.

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You’ve heard about attempts by the UK Establishment to weaponise Venezuela against Jeremy Corbyn?

When I heard that Jeremy Corbyn had condemned violence on both sides in Venezuela, I was angry at first – because 80% or more of the violence is being committed by anti-government protesters. Their violence has far surpassed anything committed against them – and what has been done to them has been deliberately provoked.

But then I began to recognise the skill in his statement – forcing everyone to confront the reality of what’s happening on the ground there. The reality bears little resemblance to what’s being presented to people.

You recently returned to the US from Venezuela. What were you doing down there?

I was there with a team from teleSUR, meeting government leaders, people on street, chavistas [supporters of the socialist government, after late President Hugo Chavez] and in opposition areas, seeing what’s it like in different areas.


And it’s not like we’re being told here in the UK?

The BBC is responsible for some of the most disingenuous portrayals. They’re showing violent protesters as if they’re some kind of defenders of peaceful protesters against a repressive police force, but in reality peaceful protests have been untouched by police.

What happens is that the guarimbas [violent, armed opposition groups] follow the peaceful protests and when they come near police, they insert themselves in between the two. They then push and push and push until there’s a reaction – and they have cameras and journalists on hand to record the reaction, so it looks like the police are being aggressive.

We were once filming a protest and a group of guarimbas challenged us. If we’d said we were with teleSur, at the very least they’d have beaten us and taken our equipment. But we told them we were American freelance journalists – they need Americans to film them and publicise them, so we were accepted.

But they said to us, “Don’t film what we do – just what they do to us.”

The battles with police are actually quite small, but they’re planned, co-ordinated to disrupt different area each day to maximise their impact – but in most places life is pretty normal. It’s all about the portrayal. The US media mobilise everything for guarimbas – there will be maybe 150 people but it’s made to look bigger and tactics are 100% violent – trying to provoke a response.

And the level of police restraint is remarkable – the government knows the world is watching. One evening protesters were burning buildings for around two hours, with no intervention by the police. They only react when the protesters start throwing petrol bombs at the police or military, or their bases – but as soon as they do react, the guarimbas film as if they’re victims of an unprovoked attack.

Guarimbas throwing petrol bombs – ‘Molotov cocktails’

The Supreme Court was set on fire, lots of government buildings have been destroyed – all by the supposed ‘victims’.

The targets of protesters have been the government’s low-cost city buses, beating the bus drivers; they’ve attacked food stockpiles – which is odd when they claim to be protesting about food shortages. One government food stockpile of 50 tonnes was burned. They even attacked a maternity unit, forcing the women to flee.

We saw people on the highway pulled out of vehicles and the vehicles taken to build barricades – even then the police response was extremely restrained, even minimal. I’ve seen protests far more harshly policed in the US.

Telesur English has been keeping a running tally of deaths. So far there have been well over a hundred – and 80% or more have been from opposition violence – a female national guard officer shot in the throat by snipers, people set on fire [warning: graphic video] for supporting the President, a lot shooting at the police and military, along with random shootings of civilians. There have been at least two roadside bombs targeting police convoys.

https://skwawkbox.org/2017/08/10/whats- ... who-knows/

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You’ve heard about attempts by the UK Establishment to weaponise Venezuela against Jeremy Corbyn?

When I heard that Jeremy Corbyn had condemned violence on both sides in Venezuela, I was angry at first – because 80% or more of the violence is being committed by anti-government protesters. Their violence has far surpassed anything committed against them – and what has been done to them has been deliberately provoked.

But then I began to recognise the skill in his statement – forcing everyone to confront the reality of what’s happening on the ground there. The reality bears little resemblance to what’s being presented to people.

You recently returned to the US from Venezuela. What were you doing down there?

I was there with a team from teleSUR, meeting government leaders, people on street, chavistas [supporters of the socialist government, after late President Hugo Chavez] and in opposition areas, seeing what’s it like in different areas.


And it’s not like we’re being told here in the UK?

The BBC is responsible for some of the most disingenuous portrayals. They’re showing violent protesters as if they’re some kind of defenders of peaceful protesters against a repressive police force, but in reality peaceful protests have been untouched by police.

What happens is that the guarimbas [violent, armed opposition groups] follow the peaceful protests and when they come near police, they insert themselves in between the two. They then push and push and push until there’s a reaction – and they have cameras and journalists on hand to record the reaction, so it looks like the police are being aggressive.

We were once filming a protest and a group of guarimbas challenged us. If we’d said we were with teleSur, at the very least they’d have beaten us and taken our equipment. But we told them we were American freelance journalists – they need Americans to film them and publicise them, so we were accepted.

But they said to us, “Don’t film what we do – just what they do to us.”

The battles with police are actually quite small, but they’re planned, co-ordinated to disrupt different area each day to maximise their impact – but in most places life is pretty normal. It’s all about the portrayal. The US media mobilise everything for guarimbas – there will be maybe 150 people but it’s made to look bigger and tactics are 100% violent – trying to provoke a response.

And the level of police restraint is remarkable – the government knows the world is watching. One evening protesters were burning buildings for around two hours, with no intervention by the police. They only react when the protesters start throwing petrol bombs at the police or military, or their bases – but as soon as they do react, the guarimbas film as if they’re victims of an unprovoked attack.

Guarimbas throwing petrol bombs – ‘Molotov cocktails’

The Supreme Court was set on fire, lots of government buildings have been destroyed – all by the supposed ‘victims’.

The targets of protesters have been the government’s low-cost city buses, beating the bus drivers; they’ve attacked food stockpiles – which is odd when they claim to be protesting about food shortages. One government food stockpile of 50 tonnes was burned. They even attacked a maternity unit, forcing the women to flee.

We saw people on the highway pulled out of vehicles and the vehicles taken to build barricades – even then the police response was extremely restrained, even minimal. I’ve seen protests far more harshly policed in the US.

Telesur English has been keeping a running tally of deaths. So far there have been well over a hundred – and 80% or more have been from opposition violence – a female national guard officer shot in the throat by snipers, people set on fire [warning: graphic video] for supporting the President, a lot shooting at the police and military, along with random shootings of civilians. There have been at least two roadside bombs targeting police convoys.

https://skwawkbox.org/2017/08/10/whats- ... who-knows/


Shameless propaganda. I will not even bother to post the hundreds of articles from credible sources readily available on the net that totally discredit this rubbish.

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When KK cuts and pastes you know its time to give it a rest mr ging an let him get on with it.


I thought if I just wrote my own view I would be accused of bias, but if I added a view from someone involved at ground level it might add to the debate or thought process.

Lets face it the BBC just gives one eyed bias.

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When KK cuts and pastes you know its time to give it a rest mr ging an let him get on with it.


I thought if I just wrote my own view I would be accused of bias, but if I added a view from someone involved at ground level it might add to the debate or thought process.

Lets face it the BBC just gives one eyed bias.



That they do. I was horrified last night when the BBC reported from South Korea. The only interview clip they showed was some young girl criticising Trump for a rise in tension. It must have taken them a long time to find or pay someone to say that. Having been to Korea many, many times, the populace are well aware of the threat from the North and have nothing but thanks for the protection of the West.

Those that have anti-US views are in the vast minority. Funny how in their stated aim of providing apolitical, balanced views, they couldn't find one of the majority to speak.

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I read somewhere that South Korea alongside America had been offered the chance to reduce the weapons load on both sides.

That option was totally rejected by America.

It seems that America wants to build up its nuclear capability in all parts of the world yet wont accept others wanting to do the same.

Some of the shit they are trying to do in the East of Europe in previous Russian friendly states is highly provocative.

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I read somewhere that South Korea alongside America had been offered the chance to reduce the weapons load on both sides.

That option was totally rejected by America.

It seems that America wants to build up its nuclear capability in all parts of the world yet wont accept others wanting to do the same.

Some of the shit they are trying to do in the East of Europe in previous Russian friendly states is highly provocative.


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Totally unbiased BBC yesterday, asked Corbyn about Trump in short interview but tried to land a low blow about Venezuela, twats.

They should be better than that, but we expect nothing more of a sad broadcaster.

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I read somewhere that South Korea alongside America had been offered the chance to reduce the weapons load on both sides.

That option was totally rejected by America.

It seems that America wants to build up its nuclear capability in all parts of the world yet wont accept others wanting to do the same.

Some of the shit they are trying to do in the East of Europe in previous Russian friendly states is highly provocative.


God forbid the Russians should do anything provocative - like I dunno ...anexe the Crimean or lead a civil war in the Ukraine - shooting down Civilian aircraft in the process.

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Totally unbiased BBC yesterday, asked Corbyn about Trump in short interview but tried to land a low blow about Venezuela, twats.

They should be better than that, but we expect nothing more of a sad broadcaster.



Didn't Corbyn bring it on himself? I understand he criticised Trump for condemning violence on all sides but not specifically condemning Nazis, the far right, the KKK etc. and yet he did exactly the same when asked about the Venezuelan government last week - he condemned all violence but would not specify the Venezualan government who we are told were doing some appalling things to say the least.

Try to look more objectively at these things KK.

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No it wasn't like that LB, I dont know if you caught the brief interview but it was very brief where Curbyn was asked about Trumps reaction in Charlottesville.

Corbyn gave a fair answer leaving open the opportunity for a supplementary question on that same issue.
That wasn't done, instead the BBC as is usual tried to land a cheap shot.

It really was childishness and exposed a continued agenda against the man.

For the viewers to learn about Trump and his thoughts about Neo-Nazis and white supremacists Corbyn could have been asked a supplementary question that laid no doubt to his opposition to the man and his views.

It should be about political education not about political points scoring in a juvinile manner.

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No it wasn't like that LB, I dont know if you caught the brief interview but it was very brief where Curbyn was asked about Trumps reaction in Charlottesville.

Corbyn gave a fair answer leaving open the opportunity for a supplementary question on that same issue.
That wasn't done, instead the BBC as is usual tried to land a cheap shot.

It really was childishness and exposed a continued agenda against the man.

For the viewers to learn about Trump and his thoughts about Neo-Nazis and white supremacists Corbyn could have been asked a supplementary question that laid no doubt to his opposition to the man and his views.

It should be about political education not about political points scoring in a juvinile manner.



I may be agreeing here. The BBC have always been blatant Labour supporters. That probably explains their dislike for Corbyn.

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I'm declaring today Sarah Champion Day. The only woman on the left to publicly state the obvious for which she was instantly dismissed by Jeremy in case he lost some of the Muslim vote.

Let's hear it for honesty above cynical politics.

Just to add....Let's all hope none of the Spanish terrorists turn out to be muslims from Upt North. If they are Jezza, will have to sack what's left of his shadow cabinet if they criticise the mass murder.

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I'm declaring today Sarah Champion Day. The only woman on the left to publicly state the obvious for which she was instantly dismissed by Jeremy in case he lost some of the Muslim vote.

Let's hear it for honesty above cynical politics.

Just to add....Let's all hope none of the Spanish terrorists turn out to be muslims from Upt North. If they are Jezza, will have to sack what's left of his shadow cabinet if they criticise the mass murder.


I think its a good debate that and Sarah Champion should be applauded for raising the profile on this issue.
Writing in the Scum of course is a complete NO NO if you want any credibility within the Labour party or movement.
She may be right, that debate has to happen.

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suiging wrote:
I'm declaring today Sarah Champion Day. The only woman on the left to publicly state the obvious for which she was instantly dismissed by Jeremy in case he lost some of the Muslim vote.

Let's hear it for honesty above cynical politics.

Just to add....Let's all hope none of the Spanish terrorists turn out to be muslims from Upt North. If they are Jezza, will have to sack what's left of his shadow cabinet if they criticise the mass murder.


I think its a good debate that and Sarah Champion should be applauded for raising the profile on this issue.
Writing in the Scum of course is a complete NO NO if you want any credibility within the Labour party or movement.
She may be right, that debate has to happen.


Cynicism aside. You're right. The lady had the courage to say what she believes. We have become a mockery of a country where stating the truth can almost be a crime.

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When KK cuts and pastes you know its time to give it a rest mr ging an let him get on with it.


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Totally unbiased BBC yesterday, asked Corbyn about Trump in short interview but tried to land a low blow about Venezuela, twats.

They should be better than that, but we expect nothing more of a sad broadcaster.



Didn't Corbyn bring it on himself? I understand he criticised Trump for condemning violence on all sides but not specifically condemning Nazis, the far right, the KKK etc. and yet he did exactly the same when asked about the Venezuelan government last week - he condemned all violence but would not specify the Venezualan government who we are told were doing some appalling things to say the least.

Try to look more objectively at these things KK.


Jeremy Corbyn. Trying to be all things to all men and looking a fraud by doing so.

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Its a broad church and sometime Jeremy has to tow the party line.


Not totally a man of principle then. :shock:

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