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saptastic
24th September 2016, 14:45
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fullyautomatix
24th September 2016, 17:33
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

vetran
24th September 2016, 17:34
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

bloody hell you are serious.:laugh

Whorty
24th September 2016, 17:59
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

ha ha ha .. good one :laugh Oh, hold on, you're being serious aren't you?

I'm not saying he may not get in to No. 10, but no way will he help the poor once he's there. He'll be a typical Islington socialist and look after himself and his own, backed up by his bully boys. Corbyn doesn't care for anything north of N1. The North of England and the Midlands are more likely to abandon labour now and migrate to UKIP, which is a scary thought. Interesting times indeed.

Waldorf
24th September 2016, 18:55
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

You really need to stop taking these hallucinating drugs, it's not going to do your health any good at all.

SueEllen
24th September 2016, 19:44
You really need to stop taking these hallucinating drugs, it's not going to do your health any good at all.

I agree with you and I'm more left wing then you...


Anyway this is for fullyautomatix



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFQDPXqf-80

Intel
26th September 2016, 08:25
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

I love starting the day with a laugh. Cheers for this comedy gold :laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 08:35
FTFY


I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He will bring further disaster to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that we can enjoy queuing for food and not being able to buy any imported goods, like that other fine socialist utopia Venezuela. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

LondonManc
26th September 2016, 08:39
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

I'm a turkey! Vote Christmas!

VectraMan
26th September 2016, 08:40
I think the mainstream are slowly coming around to the fact that Corbyn is now an unstoppable force. He brings hope to this country which has been decimated by first Blair and then Cameron. There is an urgent need for some socialist governance of this country so that the rich do not get richer and the poor have a chance. Corbyn will deliver on that front and he is the real hope for the people.

The thing you're forgetting is that Brexit has already solved all these issues.

vetran
26th September 2016, 08:42
The thing you're forgetting is that Brexit has already solved all these issues.

yep we escaped the biggest socialist trap :banana: lets hope the electorate realise what a mistake Corbyn would be.

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 08:53
The thing you're forgetting is that Brexit has already solved all these issues.
I do not think you should be taking fullyautomatrix at face value

d000hg
26th September 2016, 10:17
I do not think you should be taking fullyautomatrix at face valueI'm amazed anyone is, unless they're double-bluffing as their own elaborate trolling ;)

I do hope Labour will get their act together, accept their leader and get on with doing the best they can. This is bordering on farce and not good for the country... the Government needs a credible opposition, and we risk more disillusioned voters going to UKIP/BNP/etc if the Labour party crumbles.

Unless we end up with LibDems becoming the second party again.

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 10:25
I'm amazed anyone is, unless they're double-bluffing as their own elaborate trolling ;)

I do hope Labour will get their act together, accept their leader and get on with doing the best they can. This is bordering on farce and not good for the country... the Government needs a credible opposition, and we risk more disillusioned voters going to UKIP/BNP/etc if the Labour party crumbles.

Unless we end up with LibDems becoming the second party again.

The left needs to turn itself from the policies of envy, wailing and virtue signalling to being the representatives of aspirations for everyone.

SunnyInHades
26th September 2016, 10:48
Time for Labour to get united behind these Corbyn policy beauties:

60 per cent top rate of tax
£300,000 inheritance tax threshold
Reverse corporation tax cuts
No trident
Northern Ireland-style power-sharing deal for the Falkland Islands

http://anglofil.se/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/c680.gif

SimonMac
26th September 2016, 12:40
I get the impression its the same as with the UKIP question and the tories, people are so disillusioned that both parties have moved to the center people are backing a move to the far extremes (UKIP Right/Corbyn et al Left).

The only saving grace is that its an internal party split which will just mean the party as a whole will be weakened, he may get the popular vote if more and more labour supporters come out of the woodwork, but will never get enough MP's to form the government based on the way the constituencies are drawn up (will be even worse if the new changes proposed are pushed through which will cut even more labour strongholds).

A win would be more the PLP to see the will of the people and feed in some more Left idea's without going to far that they implode and make themselves unelectable.

Long story short, more years of May

LondonManc
26th September 2016, 13:08
The only way that Corbyn is electable is if he can believably explain how he's going to finance his idealistic ideas. UKIP has a lot of ground on which to win new voters, especially if it can appeal to lower-middle class voters from a worker's party rather than a right or left wing dominance (fascist tendencies wrap around with nationalist tendencies; just ask Adolf ;))

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 13:15
The only way that Corbyn is electable is if he can believably explain how he's going to finance his idealistic ideas. UKIP has a lot of ground on which to win new voters, especially if it can appeal to lower-middle class voters from a worker's party rather than a right or left wing dominance (fascist tendencies wrap around with nationalist tendencies; just ask Adolf ;))

There is a great opportunity for UKIP to appeal to the working class but they are too full of loons to actually develop proper policies that would help those at the bottom end of society.

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 13:15
The only way that Corbyn is electable is if he can believably explain how he's going to finance his idealistic ideas. UKIP has a lot of ground on which to win new voters, especially if it can appeal to lower-middle class voters from a worker's party rather than a right or left wing dominance (fascist tendencies wrap around with nationalist tendencies; just ask Adolf ;))

Yes, a common issue with Champagne Socialists, they only want to spend others money :eyes







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The_Equalizer
26th September 2016, 13:21
The only way that Corbyn is electable is if he can believably explain how he's going to finance his idealistic ideas. UKIP has a lot of ground on which to win new voters, especially if it can appeal to lower-middle class voters from a worker's party rather than a right or left wing dominance (fascist tendencies wrap around with nationalist tendencies; just ask Adolf ;))

That's only to start. Look who Corbyn shares his platform with. Abbott, Thornberry, McDonnell et al. It's you're either with us of against us, and make no mistake, that lot are quite happy to cosy up with some nasty bits of work.

LondonManc
26th September 2016, 13:37
That's only to start. Look who Corbyn shares his platform with. Abbott, Thornberry, McDonnell et al. It's you're either with us of against us, and make no mistake, that lot are quite happy to cosy up with some nasty bits of work.

Forget that; all politicians are untrustable snakes in the public's current opinion of them. Moreso after the referendum debacle which saw lies, counterlies and downright fanciful predictions of doom. Corbyn then got caught up in his traingate fiasco. None of them are electable if you're going on trust alone. The only people who should be politicians are those who never wanted to be.

The_Equalizer
26th September 2016, 13:47
Forget that; all politicians are untrustable snakes in the public's current opinion of them. Moreso after the referendum debacle which saw lies, counterlies and downright fanciful predictions of doom. Corbyn then got caught up in his traingate fiasco. None of them are electable if you're going on trust alone. The only people who should be politicians are those who never wanted to be.

I understand the general nature of politicians, but I would suggest Corbyn he is anti-British given his views on such topics as The Armed Forces, Falklands and IRA.

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 13:49
Yes, a common issue with Champagne Socialists, they only want to spend others money :eyes







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They want to dumb everyone else down to below their level. They do this either by virtue signalling that they are better than everyone and by throwing crumbs to the poor and make them feel grateful

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 13:51
Forget that; all politicians are untrustable snakes in the public's current opinion of them. Moreso after the referendum debacle which saw lies, counterlies and downright fanciful predictions of doom. Corbyn then got caught up in his traingate fiasco. None of them are electable if you're going on trust alone. The only people who should be politicians are those who never wanted to be.

I am afraid I do not agree. Frank Field and kate Hooey are lefties who genuinely believe that the poor should have aspirations like every else.

d000hg
26th September 2016, 14:04
The left needs to turn itself from the policies of envy, wailing and virtue signalling to being the representatives of aspirations for everyone.Given that's your biased opinion regardless of what they do, I can't see it changing ;)


The only way that Corbyn is electable is if he can believably explain how he's going to finance his idealistic ideas.It's easy to explain it, its just hard to deliver it. As the current government proved. You just get Dave to sound confident and reasonable and hope the masses don't try and do the sums to find the truth.
I'm sure his policies are financially feasible if we wished to have higher taxes, but I doubt that we do!


Yes, a common issue with Champagne Socialists, they only want to spend others money :eyesWhich political group wants to fund the country using only their own money? None.

LondonManc
26th September 2016, 14:07
I understand the general nature of politicians, but I would suggest Corbyn he is anti-British given his views on such topics as The Armed Forces, Falklands and IRA.

Perfect campaign ammunition for when it begins. No need to use it until then. :)

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 14:15
Which political group wants to fund the country using only their own money? None.

Totally agree, however at least the others are more honest about wanting to rip you blind.
The only way Corbyns socialist ideas will pay is by raising taxes through the roof, simple as that.

SueEllen
26th September 2016, 14:16
Perfect campaign ammunition for when it begins. No need to use it until then. :)

He doesn't want a nuclear deterrent e.g. wants some of his backers not to have jobs, and thinks we should leave the Baltic states to be invaded by Russia.

The minimum wage pledge is meaningless as the Tories are heading in that direction anyway.

d000hg
26th September 2016, 15:08
Totally agree, however at least the others are more honest about wanting to rip you blind.
The only way Corbyns socialist ideas will pay is by raising taxes through the roof, simple as that.That seems quite honest and up-front.

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 15:22
Given that's your biased opinion regardless of what they do, I can't see it changing ;)



I am not sure I understand your point

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 15:25
That seems quite honest and up-front.


Hmmmmmm........well its the first I have heard about a possible 60% tax rate.

The guy who came up with the manifesto hasn't got a lot of faith in it either:-


John McDonnell, the new shadow Chancellor, is under pressure to clarify Labour’s tax policies, with even the man credited with inventing “Corbynomics” describing the party’s tax plans as “weak”.

So, I would say they haven't been upfront, as the maths don't add up, unless they go further than their current manifesto.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/shadow-chancellor-john-mcdonnell-urged-to-set-out-tax-plans-a6668566.html

d000hg
26th September 2016, 17:00
JC has consistently and unashamedly spoken about raising taxes, surely? I mean it can hardly come as a surprise to anyone.

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 17:05
JC has consistently and unashamedly spoken about raising taxes, surely? I mean it can hardly come as a surprise to anyone.

Yes, to a 50% rate, in the past....

But, as per the article 50% won't be enough.
The maths don't add up :eyes

SueEllen
26th September 2016, 18:24
Yes, to a 50% rate, in the past....

But, as per the article 50% won't be enough.
The maths don't add up :eyes

He will just raise NI - after all that's not a tax it's "insurance".

I also expect him to steal Lib Dem tax raising ideas such as council tax changed to a land value tax after all it's "only fair" and invent a social care insurance - which is not tax it's "insurance".

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 18:41
:laugh
JC has consistently and unashamedly spoken about raising taxes, surely? I mean it can hardly come as a surprise to anyone.

He will be investing in manufacturing. I am looking forward to getting one of these

https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTzVMY5V1ufHGs7yP1VSXo7R2kjbQY9e Xs371mMK-ehQvl5KeXaOQ

TestMangler
26th September 2016, 18:47
Why do people like to micro analyse someone like Corbyn (remember, he's totally unelectable) and ridicule everything he says then vote Tory in the belief that they will do something other than absolutely **** everyone up to serve their mates ??

SueEllen
26th September 2016, 19:22
Why do people like to micro analyse someone like Corbyn (remember, he's totally unelectable) and ridicule everything he says then vote Tory in the belief that they will do something other than absolutely **** everyone up to serve their mates ??

It's a case of voting for what you know.

Both parties help their mates but with Labour you don't know whether these mates are their male union comrades or foreign billionaires.

TestMangler
26th September 2016, 21:08
It's a case of voting for what you know.

Both parties help their mates but with Labour you don't know whether these mates are their male union comrades or foreign billionaires.

So foreign billionaires are ok as long as they're friends of the tories :laugh

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 21:32
Why do people like to micro analyse someone like Corbyn (remember, he's totally unelectable) and ridicule everything he says then vote Tory in the belief that they will do something other than absolutely **** everyone up to serve their mates ??

cliche :winker:

DodgyAgent
26th September 2016, 21:44
:tonguehttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/CtT3NAoWIAAwLP5.jpg:large


Mrs Clooney may be a virtue signaller but I am too shallow to see through her

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 21:51
Mrs Clooney may be a virtue signaller but I am too shallow to see through her

Agent accused of being shallow shocker........and in other news...

:rolleyes:

TestMangler
26th September 2016, 22:05
cliche :winker:

So, no answer then......just the usual shite you get from an agent that won't make anything out of the conversation.

d000hg
27th September 2016, 00:18
I think if you quote the DM you automatically lose the argument ;) That's on a par with quoting the Canary.

SueEllen
27th September 2016, 08:54
I think if you quote the DM you automatically lose the argument ;) That's on a par with quoting the Canary.

He quoted Russia Today to start with so the argument was over before it began.