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By Abernathy
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#592785
The blame and recriminations game has already begun. It was Brexit that did for us (not the shit strategy and approach to the Brexit issue insisted upon by our shit leader). It was the MainStream Media and their smear campaigns that did for us (not the fact that we insisted on twice electing the worst leader ever with so much baggage, and so much ineptitude as to make smearing by the hostile right wing press and news media irresistible and as easy as shooting fish in a barrel). It was the "centrist melts" that did for us ( not the non-centrist, delusional, fuckwitted dogmatist Corbynist cult of personality, or the entryist serpents of Momentum, that kept us saddled with a leader that was totally unacceptable as a PM to literally hundreds of thousands of people we needed to vote Labour, but who actually thought Boris Johnson was a better bet. Boris Fucking Johnson.)

What an absolute shit show. The bearded fuckwit should be toast, and the sooner the fucking better. But the Labour Party will never recover until the utter wankers that sustained Corbyn in office are all gone. McCluskey, Milne, Murphy, they all need urgently to get in the fucking sea, along with Momentum, and the fucking legion of deluded, brain-dead twats that form the Cult of Corbyn.

Time to take no prisoners. Get. To. Fuck.
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By The Weeping Angel
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#592789
Abernathy wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:51 am
The blame and recriminations game has already begun. It was Brexit that did for us (not the shit strategy and approach to the Brexit issue insisted upon by our shit leader). It was the MainStream Media and their smear campaigns that did for us (not the fact that we insisted on twice electing the worst leader ever with so much baggage, and so much ineptitude as to make smearing by the hostile right wing press and news media irresistible and as easy as shooting fish in a barrel). It was the "centrist melts" that did for us ( not the non-centrist, delusional, fuckwitted dogmatist Corbynist cult of personality, or the entryist serpents of Momentum, that kept us saddled with a leader that was totally unacceptable as a PM to literally hundreds of thousands of people we needed to vote Labour, but who actually thought Boris Johnson was a better bet. Boris Fucking Johnson.)

What an absolute shit show. The bearded fuckwit should be toast, and the sooner the fucking better. But the Labour Party will never recover until the utter wankers that sustained Corbyn in office are all gone. McCluskey, Milne, Murphy, they all need urgently to get in the fucking sea, along with Momentum, and the fucking legion of deluded, brain-dead twats that form the Cult of Corbyn.

Time to take no prisoners. Get. To. Fuck.
Right on we've got to push this message it was Corbyn's fault. If he doesn't go then we have to push, agitate and if necessary outright rebel to force him out.
 
By Abernathy
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#592796
Christ, the denial is literally risible. "Without the members?" Get to fucking fuck. The sooner those arsehole members that kept us saddled with the worst leader ever for 4 years and lost us the last two elections get the fuck out of the party, the better.
 
By youngian
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Corbyn lost less votes than Tony Blair because Jeremy isn’t a war monger is this best Burgon can do. I’m confident he already has the answers to his questions in his back pocket. A list of scapegoats stretching from Tel Aviv to St Pancras that don’t require Corbyn or him to take any responsibility.
 
By Abernathy
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#592958
Absurd. Of course the Tories made it a Brexit Election but it was their deployment of a simple, but highly appealing, lie - "Let's get Brexit done" against Corbyn's hopeless, convoluted, had-to-be-fucking-dragged-out-of-him policy stance on Brexit that effectively cut the mustard. The responsibility for that hash of a policy position was all Corbyn's. But even if it wasn't, Burgon is talking out of his arse if he really thinks the personal toxicity and unsuitability for the job of PM of Corbyn wasn't also a huge factor in this thoroughgoing rogering.
By Andy McDandy
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#592963
Tories had a flyweight manifesto, loads of gaffes and still won. It's easy to say it should be about policies and not personalities, but face it, Corbyn took a rubber knife to a pie fight and got splurged.
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By crabcakes_windermere
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#592965
What changed? In 2017, loads of people lent Labour their vote despite misgivings to avoid a Tory hard brexit. In 2019, very many more people were sick of brexit, sick of inaction, and thoroughly fed up with Corbyn having taken those votes for granted and wasted them. Plus, you know, antisemitism.
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By youngian
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#592970
Do Corbyn and his acolytes have any authority left today or is it business as usual in their asylum? Not a word of contrition from him, Abbot, McDonnell (who’s a Leaver again after blaming Brexit), McCluskey etc. The messianic arrogance of the hard left to the point of ignorance has grated on me in past few years.
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