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I'd love Corbyn to get control of the labour party, only the clinically diagnosed turbo nutter f***tards of the UK would vote for labour with him at helm, I will conceed he'd probably get a few votes from some of our palace brothers on here, but then again I would refer to my previous statement.

Amusing how worried the right are getting now it looks like he might get in


You need to review your definition of the word worried.

 


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I'd love Corbyn to get control of the labour party, only the clinically diagnosed turbo nutter f***tards of the UK would vote for labour with him at helm, I will conceed he'd probably get a few votes from some of our palace brothers on here, but then again I would refer to my previous statement.

Amusing how worried the right are getting now it looks like he might get in


You need to review your definition of the word worried.

Not at all. While the right-wing was initally filled with glee at the prospect of a Corbyn victory they have now begun to panic as it seems jc is very popular with the public. Now, weather you think that that is because he is selling them pie in the sky or because he presents a viable alternative to austerity is beside the point, he is very popular with joe public. In a scenario where he was leader the debate about if austerity is needed would be back on the table and this is what the tories don't want. They were overjoyed with labours acceptance of austerity as essential because it allowed the centreground to be moved to the right where the tories are confident that they have the upper hand. Moving the whole debate back to the left and shifting the centre ground is not what the tories want, especially when come the next GE cameron will have been in power and making cuts for a number of years. Again, regardless if you think that austerity is essential or not it is clear that the tories would rather go into the next election fighting a party that has already accepted the cuts as unavoidable. Thus the media has progressed from amusement at the prospect of a jc victory to outright panic. Will this help or hinder jc's campaign? We shall see.......

 

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I'd love Corbyn to get control of the labour party, only the clinically diagnosed turbo nutter f***tards of the UK would vote for labour with him at helm, I will conceed he'd probably get a few votes from some of our palace brothers on here, but then again I would refer to my previous statement.

Amusing how worried the right are getting now it looks like he might get in


You need to review your definition of the word worried.

Not at all. While the right-wing was initally filled with glee at the prospect of a Corbyn victory they have now begun to panic as it seems jc is very popular with the public.

Certainly no "Panic" in right-wing circles and I should know ! The panic is within the 'Labour' party.
Corbyn is popular with the hard lefts, militants and the Marxists - and of course Tories ! #ToriesForCorbyn !!!! LOL

 

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I'd love Corbyn to get control of the labour party, only the clinically diagnosed turbo nutter f***tards of the UK would vote for labour with him at helm, I will conceed he'd probably get a few votes from some of our palace brothers on here, but then again I would refer to my previous statement.

Amusing how worried the right are getting now it looks like he might get in


You need to review your definition of the word worried.

Not at all. While the right-wing was initally filled with glee at the prospect of a Corbyn victory they have now begun to panic as it seems jc is very popular with the public.

Certainly no "Panic" in right-wing circles and I should know ! The panic is within the 'Labour' party.
Corbyn is popular with the hard lefts, militants and the Marxists - and of course Tories ! #ToriesForCorbyn !!!! LOL

Please see above post. I would add that i don't disagree that panic has gripped some members of the labour parlimentary party who see their chances of slipping into a tory-lite government and then retiring with a cosy back-hander from big business are disappearing. Funnily enough though the more they bitch the more popular jc becomes. You can tell that the right-wing media is begining to panic by the progression from light barbs to full-on insults that they are now begining to use and by the amount of articles they are writing to demonise him. Again though, the more they write the more popular he gets.

 

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Nobody on the right is concerned about Corbyn getting in. In fact I'm sure they would love Corbyn to get in. It's actually irrelevant who Labour put in, they're a busted flush who have shafted the working man, the very person they should be representing.

 

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legaleagle Flag 01 Aug 15 1.00pm

What are the main ways in which Labour have "shafted" the working man?

 

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What are the main ways in which Labour have "shafted" the working man?


By abandoning him. Just to think that this was Labour's core vote around 20 years ago, but now Labour holds the white working class in contempt. Diversity is Labour's number one policy, importing hundreds of thousands of people who would be greatful, and creating a welfare system that would pay people to stay at home-work does not pay anymore.
To Labour the white working class are all closet racists, an inconvenience, all swivel eyed BNP supporters who will sometimes vote Tory or UKIP now. I don't expect you to agree or even see.

 

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What are the main ways in which Labour have "shafted" the working man?


By abandoning him. Just to think that this was Labour's core vote around 20 years ago, but now Labour holds the white working class in contempt. Diversity is Labour's number one policy, importing hundreds of thousands of people who would be greatful, and creating a welfare system that would pay people to stay at home-work does not pay anymore.
To Labour the white working class are all closet racists, an inconvenience, all swivel eyed BNP supporters who will sometimes vote Tory or UKIP now. I don't expect you to agree or even see.


The figures released by the ONS this morning show that net migration rose to 298,000 in the year to September 2014, an increase of 88,000 compared to the previous 12 months. In other words, the level is now nearly three times the Tories' target of "tens of thousands" (of which David Cameron declared in 2010: "If we don't deliver our side of the bargain, kick us out in five years". Worse, net migration is now higher than when the government took office, meaning that the Conservatives can't even boast that the trend is downwards.

Thought you might find this interesting. Immigration worse under Tories than under Labour.

 


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I'd love Corbyn to get control of the labour party, only the clinically diagnosed turbo nutter f***tards of the UK would vote for labour with him at helm, I will conceed he'd probably get a few votes from some of our palace brothers on here, but then again I would refer to my previous statement.

Amusing how worried the right are getting now it looks like he might get in


You need to review your definition of the word worried.

Not at all. While the right-wing was initally filled with glee at the prospect of a Corbyn victory they have now begun to panic as it seems jc is very popular with the public.

Certainly no "Panic" in right-wing circles and I should know ! The panic is within the 'Labour' party.
Corbyn is popular with the hard lefts, militants and the Marxists - and of course Tories ! #ToriesForCorbyn !!!! LOL

Please see above post. I would add that i don't disagree that panic has gripped some members of the labour parlimentary party who see their chances of slipping into a tory-lite government and then retiring with a cosy back-hander from big business are disappearing. Funnily enough though the more they bitch the more popular jc becomes. You can tell that the right-wing media is begining to panic by the progression from light barbs to full-on insults that they are now begining to use and by the amount of articles they are writing to demonise him. Again though, the more they write the more popular he gets.

The above post reminded me of this, for some reason:


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"The real question is, at the end of the day, do we want to run our country? Are we proud of who we are? Are we happy to be just a star on somebody else's flag, or do we want to be an independent nation? - Nigel Farage

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Quote legaleagle at 01 Aug 2015 1.00pm

What are the main ways in which Labour have "shafted" the working man?


By abandoning him. Just to think that this was Labour's core vote around 20 years ago, but now Labour holds the white working class in contempt. Diversity is Labour's number one policy, importing hundreds of thousands of people who would be greatful, and creating a welfare system that would pay people to stay at home-work does not pay anymore.
To Labour the white working class are all closet racists, an inconvenience, all swivel eyed BNP supporters who will sometimes vote Tory or UKIP now. I don't expect you to agree or even see.


The figures released by the ONS this morning show that net migration rose to 298,000 in the year to September 2014, an increase of 88,000 compared to the previous 12 months. In other words, the level is now nearly three times the Tories' target of "tens of thousands" (of which David Cameron declared in 2010: "If we don't deliver our side of the bargain, kick us out in five years". Worse, net migration is now higher than when the government took office, meaning that the Conservatives can't even boast that the trend is downwards.

Thought you might find this interesting. Immigration worse under Tories than under Labour.


Labour started the ball rolling though. The Tories are too spineless to do anything about it. There needs to be a complete ban on immigration, then they need to deport the people who are here who shouldn't be, but of course this won't happen, it'll just keep climbing. It's a God dam invasion.

 

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The one thing about Corbyn is he is interesting, and not many politicians can boast that.

 

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legaleagle Flag 01 Aug 15 7.19pm

Quote fed up eagle at 01 Aug 2015 3.06pm

Quote legaleagle at 01 Aug 2015 1.00pm

What are the main ways in which Labour have "shafted" the working man?


By abandoning him. Just to think that this was Labour's core vote around 20 years ago, but now Labour holds the white working class in contempt. Diversity is Labour's number one policy, importing hundreds of thousands of people who would be greatful, and creating a welfare system that would pay people to stay at home-work does not pay anymore.
To Labour the white working class are all closet racists, an inconvenience, all swivel eyed BNP supporters who will sometimes vote Tory or UKIP now. I don't expect you to agree or even see.

Thanks for a very up front answer.No,I get it,Your view is that labour have betrayed the working man by supporting the welfare state and having "diversity" as their number one priority.

Interesting.


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