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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
 Post Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 3:56 pm 
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So the Jezza bloodhound appointed to investigate antisemitism, has to resign for supporting an antisemite.

You just can't make this stuff up. Brilliant!!!



Jeremy Corbyn instructed Christine Shawcroft to step down once allegations of antisemitism against her emerged.

Meanwhile Theresa May promoted the serial racist liar Boris Johnson to the position of Foreign Secretary knowing fully well his despicable track record.


Putting your allegations to one side, May had little choice. Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer. Jezza on the other hand, is almost omnipotent ( well as long as he does what he's told by the Unions and Momentum) he selected his friend based on their friendship and mutually held ideals. He's just ditched her when those ideals became a bit public.

You are only friends with Jeremy as long as that friendship suits him.


Jeremy can sack who he chooses when he chooses.
May is to weak to even govern her front bench.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Jeremy can sack who he chooses when he chooses.
May is to weak to even govern her front bench.


Providing that Momentum are ok with it.

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Jeremy can sack who he chooses when he chooses.
May is to weak to even govern her front bench.


Providing that Momentum are ok with it.


Actual British voters, he should be clearing it with the Israeli embassy instead.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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How come the "new" face of Labour, Eddy Izzard, hasn't got a mention yet KK ?

Will you be up the town on Tuesday to get some high heels ?

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
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Jeremy can sack who he chooses when he chooses.
May is to weak to even govern her front bench.


Providing that Momentum are ok with it.


Actual British voters, he should be clearing it with the Israeli embassy instead.


Too many anti-Semites to deal with first.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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How similar is Jezza to Tony Benn then?

Both from privileged backgrounds
Both do/did not court power
Both constantly criticised those IN power.
Both consistently voted against their own party's interests.
Both talked better than they acted.
Both have actually achieved fuck all to benefit any British voter to date.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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I have to say that I don't think Corbyn gets anywhere near Tony Benn.

Benn was a Cabinet Minister for a number of years and, whilst there may be difference of opinions about the benefits of what he did he implemented a number of policies including:

Development of the Postbus system
The introduction of Girobank
The Health and Safety at Work Act to protect workers
The consolidation of motor companies into British Leyland

He was much more of a doer than Corbyn has ever been.

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I have to say that I don't think Corbyn gets anywhere near Tony Benn.

Benn was a Cabinet Minister for a number of years and, whilst there may be difference of opinions about the benefits of what he did he implemented a number of policies including:

Development of the Postbus system
The introduction of Girobank
The Health and Safety at Work Act to protect workers
The consolidation of motor companies into British Leyland

He was much more of a doer than Corbyn has ever been.


British Leyland for those old enough was the yardstick for left wing indolence and incompetence. Can you imagine a company run today where the work? force consistently tried to destroy the company on a weekly basis due in the main,to its union representatives trying to undermine a government?

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Rozza wrote:
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I have to say that I don't think Corbyn gets anywhere near Tony Benn.

Benn was a Cabinet Minister for a number of years and, whilst there may be difference of opinions about the benefits of what he did he implemented a number of policies including:

Development of the Postbus system
The introduction of Girobank
The Health and Safety at Work Act to protect workers
The consolidation of motor companies into British Leyland

He was much more of a doer than Corbyn has ever been.


British Leyland for those old enough was the yardstick for left wing indolence and incompetence. Can you imagine a company run today where the work? force consistently tried to destroy the company on a weekly basis due in the main,to its union representatives trying to undermine a government?


If Corbyn gets in, there will be many such companies

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Rozza wrote:
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I have to say that I don't think Corbyn gets anywhere near Tony Benn.

Benn was a Cabinet Minister for a number of years and, whilst there may be difference of opinions about the benefits of what he did he implemented a number of policies including:

Development of the Postbus system
The introduction of Girobank
The Health and Safety at Work Act to protect workers
The consolidation of motor companies into British Leyland

He was much more of a doer than Corbyn has ever been.


British Leyland for those old enough was the yardstick for left wing indolence and incompetence. Can you imagine a company run today where the work? force consistently tried to destroy the company on a weekly basis due in the main,to its union representatives trying to undermine a government?


Obviously I see things differently.

To my mind the management and Unions were two rods on the same back.

Both prone to excess, both prone to short term thinking.

While the real problem, which had been in play for decades within British industry was the lack of capital investment for the long haul.
You can go back to the Harold Wilson government and look at the reasons he pulled the plug on the national plan.
Many things out of his control such as OPEC and Nixons funding of the Vietnam war. Printing money.

Follow the money, look where British investors went through the fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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knocker knowles wrote:
Rozza wrote:
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I have to say that I don't think Corbyn gets anywhere near Tony Benn.

Benn was a Cabinet Minister for a number of years and, whilst there may be difference of opinions about the benefits of what he did he implemented a number of policies including:

Development of the Postbus system
The introduction of Girobank
The Health and Safety at Work Act to protect workers
The consolidation of motor companies into British Leyland

He was much more of a doer than Corbyn has ever been.


British Leyland for those old enough was the yardstick for left wing indolence and incompetence. Can you imagine a company run today where the work? force consistently tried to destroy the company on a weekly basis due in the main,to its union representatives trying to undermine a government?


Obviously I see things differently.

To my mind the management and Unions were two rods on the same back.

Both prone to excess, both prone to short term thinking.

While the real problem, which had been in play for decades within British industry was the lack of capital investment for the long haul.
You can go back to the Harold Wilson government and look at the reasons he pulled the plug on the national plan.
Many things out of his control such as OPEC and Nixons funding of the Vietnam war. Printing money.

Follow the money, look where British investors went through the fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties.


Your key phrase there KK is British Investors. Investors take a wider view, and could see that outdated Industry practise, coupled with globalisation meant the end for British Industry as we knew it. It's only chance for survival was if it was prepared to change, modernise and accept global competition as a realty. The Unions were not prepared to accept change. Change would by necessity curtail their power. Wildcat strikes would have to go. Simply put, fail to fulfil your order, and an Asian competitor would instantly take your place. That was the reality of the modern world. Seventies shop stewards who slept their way through double time shifts at Longbridge, had and still have no place in the modern world.

That is why Corbyn who believes "Life on Mars" was more than a TV show, is an anachronism who thinks at the wave of a red magic wand, the clock can be turned back to a time when duffel coats, The Daily Mirror and three day weeks, will bring prosperity to the nation.

He is a fool.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Jeremy proved right yet again when it comes to the Salisbury poisoning.

The media don't half race to quick conclusions without expert analysis of the evidence.

While this government are always looking to score a browny point rather than be reasoned and factual about the detail.

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Jeremy proved right yet again when it comes to the Salisbury poisoning.

The media don't half race to quick conclusions without expert analysis of the evidence.

While this government are always looking to score a browny point rather than be reasoned and factual about the detail.


There is cctv coverage of a murder. The murderers face is clearly seen. He admits to the crime. He gives you the number of his safe where the gun is found.

Do you let him off because he was wearing gloves and no fingerprints were found on the weapon left in his personal safe ?

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Sorry .....

Have I missed Jeremy's condemnation of the Syrian gas attack ? The one that just killed countless children. Or does he believe the Russians, that it never happened ?

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Sorry .....

Have I missed Jeremy's condemnation of the Syrian gas attack ? The one that just killed countless children. Or does he believe the Russians, that it never happened ?



The horrific deaths and injuries in Douma point to a chemical attack which must be fully investigated by the UN and those responsible held to account. The need to restart real negotiations for peace and a political settlement in Syria could not be more urgent.

Jeremy Corbyn.


https://skwawkbox.org/2018/04/08/on-the ... sed-assad/

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Sorry .....

Have I missed Jeremy's condemnation of the Syrian gas attack ? The one that just killed countless children. Or does he believe the Russians, that it never happened ?


I don't think anyone believes a chemical weapons attack happened.

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Sorry .....

Have I missed Jeremy's condemnation of the Syrian gas attack ? The one that just killed countless children. Or does he believe the Russians, that it never happened ?



The horrific deaths and injuries in Douma point to a chemical attack which must be fully investigated by the UN and those responsible held to account. The need to restart real negotiations for peace and a political settlement in Syria could not be more urgent.

Jeremy Corbyn.


https://skwawkbox.org/2018/04/08/on-the ... sed-assad/


Credit where credit is due. Last time the UN determined it was a false flag. Looks like another one now too.

www.lrb.co.uk/2013/12/08/seymour-m-hersh/whose-sarin

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Sorry .....

Have I missed Jeremy's condemnation of the Syrian gas attack ? The one that just killed countless children. Or does he believe the Russians, that it never happened ?


I don't think anyone believes a chemical weapons attack happened.


True. The kids probably killed themselves.

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If you talk to Corbyn’s most ardent supporters, it’s not the man himself but the project of democratising the party that really sets their eyes alight. The Labour party, they emphasise, was founded not by politicians but by a social movement. Over the past century it has gradually become like all the other political parties – personality (and of course, money) based, but the Corbyn project is first and foremost to make the party a voice for social movements once again, dedicated to popular democracy (as trades unions themselves once were). This is the immediate aim. The ultimate aim is the democratisation not just of the party but of local government, workplaces, society itself.


https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... emy-corbyn

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
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Sorry .....

Have I missed Jeremy's condemnation of the Syrian gas attack ? The one that just killed countless children. Or does he believe the Russians, that it never happened ?


I don't think anyone believes a chemical weapons attack happened.


Are you interested in purchasing some magic beans Jack?

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I think most people believe it was chemical weapons but whether it was or not people are being killed and maimed. Trump's answer (possibly supported by other countries such as the UK) seems to be to kill and maim other people in response. Corbyn's answer appears to be let's discuss it together with people who have no interest in doing so. I don't know the answer, I just despair.

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Does Corbyn understand the word veto ?

Slating the Government for not pushing for a UN led investigation in Syria, when they did, and it was vetoed by Russia. Just shows his ignorance and blindness to fault when his friends are involved.

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The results of the Independent investigation into Salisbury are supportive of the UKs position.

No word from Jezza ?

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