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#983292 - 13th Sep 2015 12:44pm Jeremy Corbyn
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Further to the election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Party leader, after the Conservative party doing their best to get him elected (be careful what you wish for) Gove now states that the Labour party will pose a threat to democracy and to all families in the UK, a rabid bit of scaremongering if ever, rewind to the 70's David Sterling along with others aided and abetted by right wing of the Conservative party set up a covert group named GB75 they feared that the Wilson government of the time was too far left and a threat to national security and plans were put together for a coupe d' etat (so much for a threat to democracy) should the labour Party claim victory in the next election what will happen to democracy then? would someone seek to carry out another coup d' etat in the name of democracy ? it appears that only the Conservative are the ones that believe they run a true democracy. coffee

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#983294 - 13th Sep 2015 1:01pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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At least we have 2 interesting characters in senior positions in politics. Farage and Corbyn (or 2 bikes Corbyn)
He gets elected by a landslide and several shadow cabinet members walk out and quit--wonderful unity. Parties within parties. Reading in press 24 things Corbyn believes I would think the Cons will be secretly laughing all the way to the next general election as he will either cause big split in Labour or be totally unelectable to the majority of the UK electorate.
At least I don't cringe as much as when Millipede spoke

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#983296 - 13th Sep 2015 1:16pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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A nation can be deconstructed in many ways, ours is well underway.
When and if the Labour Party ever get back in Government "will it matter!". The only thing Jeremy has done is bring on a temporary amnesia, of the last time labour shafted the workers of Britain.I would rather live reality to the best of my ability than a dream never to be.I am a socialist each and every day because I can afford to be in a capitalist wage slave society. Count your blessings and get on with life.

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#983299 - 13th Sep 2015 1:22pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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Good enough for me dusty

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#983325 - 13th Sep 2015 3:02pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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Angela Eagle has been mentioned in relation to a major position.
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#983358 - 13th Sep 2015 6:32pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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Labour will lose next 2 elections (Mail on Sunday)
Unions take control of party (Torygraph)
Bye Bye Labour - (Express)
And Jeremy Corban is Darth Vader (This is my outrageous headline)
Funny how Sunday Mirror leads with
"We don't have to be unequal. Poverty isn't envitable. It doesn't have to be unfair. Things can and will change"


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#983417 - 14th Sep 2015 7:42am Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: dustymclean]
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I take what you say dusty, shafted we have been, however we are being well and truly done by the present crew, so the decision has to be made on who will shaft us the least, crumbs from a Labour table, or a fist from the master of the Conservative table, I don't subscribe to being thankful for my lot and getting on with it, being despondent doesn't change things, we have all got to try to make things better with what ever tiny bit of influence we can muster.

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#983437 - 14th Sep 2015 10:02am Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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I see that the media are already laying into him. They can say what they like but we will not hear the cries usually aimed at politicians, such as 'same old, same old...'or 'you're all the same' or 'your only in it for yourself'. Jeremy Corbyn is a man of principle. He fights for what he believes in and not policies to appease or sound good. I do not agree with all he says but I do admire him.

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#983439 - 14th Sep 2015 10:21am Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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Pale moon you say he fights what he believes in not policies to appease or sound good. To me that's exactly what he's doing. Telling the people what they want to hear and I'll get rid of austerity, do this , do that, all sounds good. Big question HOW? He gets called JC but he ain't no miracle worker! Think he's abit of a joke actually only my opinion, don't agree with everything conservative do but believe in them more than thisguy..

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#983440 - 14th Sep 2015 10:25am Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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I don't see any reason to be bothered who gets in unless we get the promised EU referendum before the end of 2017 and make a decision to get out of the EU as fast as we can, as the end of 2017 is when EU takes total control of the Britain, all the political partys sold us off to the lowest bidder the EU cartel, what comes in after 2017 will be up to the EU, who will be pulling the politicians strings, Britain will be just a region of the EU seems France gets a few bits of the country dahn sarf, why do you think Prescott tried to get the NE to vote for being a small region and why do you think Osborne has chosen to give region status to Liverpool and Manchester, Osborne is to thick to think that one up, but regionalisation is part of the takeover of Britain by the EU.

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#983442 - 14th Sep 2015 10:44am Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: cools]
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Telling people what they want to hear, all politicians tell people what they want to hear cools, vote for us and we will do this that and the other, as to JC we don't know what his agenda is yet as he has only just taken office and not even put his team together, yet the media are telling us he is the devil incarnate, we are going to give the Falklands back, isis is coming to dinner along with every other terrorist, our country will be defenceless he will spend spend spend, this is the Tory run Press at its best churning out propaganda to discredit the only viable opposition party to them, they are already changing the boundries trying to guarantee their everlasting rule, before we make judgement lets see what his vision is, rather than what the Tory run press tell us it is.

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#983443 - 14th Sep 2015 11:10am Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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He's already under fire for this claim:

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If elected Labour leader, Jeremy commits to a 50% women shadow cabinet, and to work towards 50% of Labour MPs being women.


http://www.jeremyforlabour.com/working_with_women

Is it unfair because he's only been in the role two days?

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#983448 - 14th Sep 2015 12:03pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: Gibbo]
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Exactly Gibbo, two days and he has been savaged, as I said earlier, the press the Tories, all seem to know what his agenda is before he has picked his people, JC the bogeyman, I think there is a real fear that this revolution in the process might actually lead to something, leaving them all wrong footed, so I think we can expect more revelations on a daily basis, the Tories are trolling around looking for more crap to discredit him, to his credit he already wants a change in the way PM's question time is run, no sarcastic attacks and none of the usual jeering and the hear here from the booze filled dross that fill the benches.

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#983450 - 14th Sep 2015 12:09pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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All I say is watch this space , don't expect him be around long. As I say just my opinion.

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#983451 - 14th Sep 2015 12:11pm Re: Jeremy Corbyn [Re: casper]
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Must say, once Angela Eagle is on the dispatch box at question time, they'll all fall asleep listening to her droning voice.
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