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MarillionFan
28th September 2016, 14:24
Jeremy Corbyn's leader speech to Labour conference - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-37438043)

He's off his head. 500 Billion in a Government owned bank paid for by business, and an open door migrant policy.

LOL.

Pure barking.

Paddy
28th September 2016, 14:28
Jeremy Corbyn's leader speech to Labour conference - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-37438043)

He's off his head. 500 Billion in a Government owned bank paid for by business, and an open door migrant policy.

LOL.

Pure barking.

Good! I will be far away...

d000hg
28th September 2016, 14:28
Is the open door so they can leave when Poland seems more attractive?


(oh no d000hg said something negative about Corbyn but he's a leftie?! whaaaaaat?)

SueEllen
28th September 2016, 14:31
We should do bets on how many elections the Tories will win.

MarillionFan
28th September 2016, 14:33
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8BWBn26bX0

This boy needs therapy...

MarillionFan
28th September 2016, 14:34
We should do bets on how many elections the Tories will win.

UK General Election Betting Odds | Politics | Oddschecker (http://www.oddschecker.com/politics/british-politics/next-uk-general-election/most-seats)

Well no point on betting on the next one. The odds are super low.

MarillionFan
28th September 2016, 14:37
Why does this spring to mind as he talks to the assembled?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4zyjLyBp64

d000hg
28th September 2016, 15:28
Has he actually said he supports open door immigration or is that just your interpretation on "no false promises" on immigration numbers?

I mean I reckon he probably is very pro immigration, maybe open-doors where refugees are concerned, but has he said it?

MarillionFan
28th September 2016, 15:43
Has he actually said he supports open door immigration or is that just your interpretation on "no false promises" on immigration numbers?

I mean I reckon he probably is very pro immigration, maybe open-doors where refugees are concerned, but has he said it?

He may have done. I was still laughing about the 500 Billion and raising Corporation tax. If you know you dont have a chance of getting elected you may as well say anything.

Free Blowjobs & chocolate for all.

vetran
28th September 2016, 15:46
Free Blowjobs & chocolate for all.


I see NLYUK's tutelage is paying off!

OwlHoot
28th September 2016, 16:14
Jeremy Corbyn's leader speech to Labour conference - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-37438043)

He's off his head. 500 Billion in a Government owned bank paid for by business, and an open door migrant policy.

LOL.

Pure barking.

You're thinking like you, when you should be thinking (or trying to) like "them" ..

The millions of woefully ignorant and naive youngsters, their numbers growing each year, who love Corbyn and Momentum

Incredible as it sounds to us, they really think "change" must necessarily be a Good Thing :eek:

original PM
28th September 2016, 16:32
You're thinking like you, when you should be thinking (or trying to) like "them" ..

The millions of woefully ignorant and naive youngsters, their numbers growing each year, who love Corbyn and Momentum

Incredible as it sounds to us, they really think "change" must necessarily be a Good Thing :eek:

I am kind of hoping that most the kids coming through will have a little bit of learning from their parents...

but then I suppose when these kids go to uni and feel they are all independiente they will vote against anything mummy and daddy say - cos they is rebels innit.

Whilst spending mommy and daddy's money

vetran
28th September 2016, 16:33
Well done to Jeremy Corbyn !

If he wins next year's leadership challenge , he'll have won as many elections as Tony Blair!

d000hg
28th September 2016, 16:38
You're thinking like you, when you should be thinking (or trying to) like "them" ..

The millions of woefully ignorant and naive youngsters, their numbers growing each year, who love Corbyn and Momentum

Incredible as it sounds to us, they really think "change" must necessarily be a Good Thing :eek:That's not patronising at all ;) Maybe if "we" hadn't put the country in the mess it's in, and had brought up "our" children better, these stupid young people would be better informed :)

The young are always more idealistic and left-wing than the old, surely? Thinking the young are getting more idealistic and restless is just a sign you're getting older and more conservative!

SueEllen
28th September 2016, 18:06
That's not patronising at all ;) Maybe if "we" hadn't put the country in the mess it's in, and had brought up "our" children better, these stupid young people would be better informed :)

The young are always more idealistic and left-wing than the old, surely? Thinking the young are getting more idealistic and restless is just a sign you're getting older and more conservative!

He thinks all kids should be like William Hague.

scooterscot
28th September 2016, 18:58
Already I'm beginning to miss the days when

1) MP's were accused of of sexual activities with dead animals.

2) Invading North African countries because, well just because.

3) Higher tuition fees

4) Introducing a referendum on the EU when he did not have to. £$%$wit.

5) Lost AAA credit rating

Lucky David Cameron Exposed as One of Britain’s Worst Prime Ministers
(http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/06/24/lucky-david-cameron-exposed-as-one-of-britain-s-worst-prime-ministers.html)



WWJC do? None of the above. Vote JC people, you know it makes sense.

DimPrawn
28th September 2016, 19:13
He thinks all kids should be like William Hague.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quXmiwnT2vI

NigelJK
29th September 2016, 10:00
Maybe if "we" hadn't put the country in the mess it's in
Speak for yourself. I've never voted for the squanderers of Money or People.

There's an old adage:
If you're under 30 and don't vote Labour you have no heart.
If you're over 30 and don't vote Tory you have no brain.

vetran
29th September 2016, 10:14
if only:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZEav9A801A

Mordac
29th September 2016, 10:21
Jeremy Corbyn's leader speech to Labour conference - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-37438043)

He's off his head. 500 Billion in a Government owned bank paid for by business, and an open door migrant policy.

LOL.

Pure barking.

Just humour the little gnome, over half his party members didn't even vote for him, so the country should be safe. The closest he'll ever get to "power" is when he charges his phone, so you really shouldn't worry...

d000hg
29th September 2016, 10:56
Just humour the little gnome, over half his party members didn't even vote for him, so the country should be safe.And you think those who didn't want him as leader will vote Tory instead :rollin:

OwlHoot
29th September 2016, 12:13
He thinks all kids should be like William Hague.

I wasn't saying or implying what they should be like, only what a good many of them (probably most) are like. :eek

Mordac
29th September 2016, 13:16
And you think those who didn't want him as leader will vote Tory instead :rollin:

Nope, I was suggesting that if more than half of his own party won't vote for him, what chance does he have of being elected by the general populous?
Hopefully you did understand this time - I don't want to have to spell it out again.

MarillionFan
29th September 2016, 13:30
Nope, I was suggesting that if more than half of his own party won't vote for him, what chance does he have of being elected by the general populous?
Hopefully you did understand this time - I don't want to have to spell it out again.

For some reason, I always thought that you'd be a Labour Supporter. They are the party of sitting on their arses and waiting for it to be handed to them on a plate aren't they? :wink

Mordac
29th September 2016, 13:35
For some reason, I always thought that you'd be a Labour Supporter. They are the party of sitting on their arses and waiting for it to be handed to them on a plate aren't they? :wink

If you don't wash your mouth out, I'll do it myself (or I'll outsource the job to someone else for below minimum wage and inside IR35). How the feckity feck dare you?

MarillionFan
29th September 2016, 14:08
If you don't wash your mouth out, I'll do it myself (or I'll outsource the job to someone else for below minimum wage and inside IR35). How the feckity feck dare you?

Well, I must admit you had thrown me with the hatred and violence towards Gypsies , until I remembered John Bercow doesn't like them either. :tongue

MrMarkyMark
29th September 2016, 14:11
Well, I must admit you had thrown me with the hatred and violence towards Gypsies , until I remembered John Bercow doesn't like them either. :tongue

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01676/bercow-pa_1676809c.jpg

d000hg
29th September 2016, 14:22
Nope, I was suggesting that if more than half of his own party won't vote for him, what chance does he have of being elected by the general populous?
Hopefully you did understand this time - I don't want to have to spell it out again.When was the last time a Labour leader got more votes than JC?

Didn't he assume the role in a far more emphatic way than Milliband? Didn't he in fact increase his vote when challenged?

Or are you confusing the Labour party with the PLP perhaps?

Mordac
29th September 2016, 14:30
When was the last time a Labour leader got more votes than JC?

Didn't he assume the role in a far more emphatic way than Milliband? Didn't he in fact increase his vote when challenged?

Or are you confusing the Labour party with the PLP perhaps?

You do the maths, there were 654k members eligible to vote, and he got 303k votes. I'm not confusing the PLP thingy, they'll probably be able to hold their next shadow cabinet meeting in a phone box. Which bit of the "more than half of the electorate in his own party didn't even vote for him" didn't you understand?

MarillionFan
29th September 2016, 14:44
When was the last time a Labour leader got more votes than JC?

Didn't he assume the role in a far more emphatic way than Milliband? Didn't he in fact increase his vote when challenged?

Or are you confusing the Labour party with the PLP perhaps?

I don't think you can really draw a comparison can you. For example, just because a load of people where members of PIE & vote in a leader, doesn't mean that anyone outside of that organization is going to vote for them. He's just drawn in a certain type of new member.

Mordac
29th September 2016, 14:58
Well, I must admit you had thrown me with the hatred and violence towards Gypsies , until I remembered John Bercow doesn't like them either. :tongue

I have no problem with gypsies per se, but with crippled gypsy children I have to draw the line. (She was definitely faking it, surprised you didn't notice). Oh, I see, the mention of "she was definitely faking it" has spooked you a bit...:eek

NotAllThere
29th September 2016, 17:55
...
but then I suppose when these kids go to uni and feel they are all independiente they will vote against anything mummy and daddy say - cos they is rebels innit.

Whilst spending mommy and daddy's moneyThat's why I started voting conservative, certainly. One parent a liberal, one a socialist - what else was I supposed to do?

shaunbhoy
29th September 2016, 19:16
One parent a liberal, one a socialist - what else was I supposed to do?

Have you considered Missionary work?

Mordac
29th September 2016, 19:17
Have you considered Missionary work?

He tried, but was unable to secure a position...:igmc:

MrMarkyMark
29th September 2016, 19:26
Have you considered Missionary work?

CUK Mod "work" was the best he could do :D