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By crabcakes_windermere
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The irony is, the Labour 'policy' is as clear as day - they just won't say what it is. They want everyone to vote for them without ever saying something committal, thus leaving enough weasel room for them to do whatever they like if voted in and claim people voted for them to do (which, obviously given Corbyn and Milne's consistent course and actions, is leave).

While it's classic Corbyn behaviour to avoid making a decision he could then be held responsible for, notably the only other party doing this 'vote now on what you think or hope we'll do, find out what we'll actually do and repent at leisure later' horse shit is Farage's mob. So literally the same tactic as fascists, which is nice.

It's also classic Corbyn in that it's hugely arrogant (voters will stay with us/vote for me regardless because I told them the election is about local issues), selfish (ignores the direction a supermajority of Labour members want) and short-sighted, and features a massive elephant in the room - it quite blatantly isn't working, and the more they try and keep doing it the worse it gets.
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By crabcakes_windermere
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Sitting. Labour. MPs. Always. Side. With. Fascists.

Is that how it's done? I mean, I know this is different in that this is an outright clear endorsement of fascist behaviour rather than a massive stretch to link a dislike of direct action with endorsement of bigots, but still.

I am sure Corbyn's cheerleaders will be right onto this, as soon as they've finished with making Farage's milkshaking and subsequent victimhood the top story as opposed to his party's quite possibly illegal finances. :roll:
 
By Winegums
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crabcakes_windermere wrote:
Tue May 21, 2019 8:29 am


Sitting. Labour. MPs. Always. Side. With. Fascists.

Is that how it's done? I mean, I know this is different in that this is an outright clear endorsement of fascist behaviour rather than a massive stretch to link a dislike of direct action with endorsement of bigots, but still.

I am sure Corbyn's cheerleaders will be right onto this, as soon as they've finished with making Farage's milkshaking and subsequent victimhood the top story as opposed to his party's quite possibly illegal finances. :roll:
Lol nothing would make me happier than having hoey deselected. From memory she got her seat due to some fairly dodgy dealings involving Kinnock...
 
By crabcakes_windermere
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It’s very good. And infuriating that these are the very people Corbyn is selling out, who will be hardest hit, and who will see the services they need underfunded for decades whoever is in government, in favour of pursuing Brexit.

It’s such a fucking waste. Labour could be double figures clear of the Tories and coasting, but what matters most is disconnecting the UK from the biggest peacetime achievement on our continent ever because it’s a bit too capitalist for a handful of old men.
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By The Red Arrow
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After a quick look at his timeline, I'm leaning towards this one not being a parody account...
DJ Anonymous
‏ @DjAnonymous933
22h22 hours ago
Replying to @VoicesLabour @OwenJones84

Full of shit Labour are just a gang of middle class cunts...not for the working class or the paratrooper regiment sick or elderly or Jewish...what we are for is to stop Tommy Robinson becoming MEP witch will not happen..Tommy goin to be north west MEP..
 
By Winegums
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lord_kobel wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 11:40 am
Can you explain then why you've waited to reply to someone elses comment on her, rather than make your own?
Do you want me to sit and write about all 650 MPs and my views on them?
In 1989, she was elected at the Vauxhall by-election precipitated by the resignation of Stuart Holland. Black candidate Martha Osamor had the most nominations, with Hoey only having one, but the National Executive Committee declined to shortlist Osamor and imposed a shortlist on the constituency party. When the local party refused to choose from the shortlist, Hoey was imposed by the NEC as the Labour candidate.
Hoey is the fault of liberal members in the NEC who were fucking racists.
 
By bluebellnutter
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Arrowhead wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 3:27 pm
This is extremely good IMO.

It is. Unfortunately once again it shows the disconnect between the rhetoric and the policies being pursued.
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By lord_kobel
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Winegums wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 6:00 pm
lord_kobel wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 11:40 am
Can you explain then why you've waited to reply to someone elses comment on her, rather than make your own?
Do you want me to sit and write about all 650 MPs and my views on them?
You're not normally shy about writing about the people you have a problem with...

Speaking of which, we're still waiting for your comment on Bazza saying the Labour party are trying to help the tories.....
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