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fullyautomatix
1st June 2017, 12:22
This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn is going viral - The London Economic (http://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/politics/facebook-comment-jeremy-corbyn-going-viral/31/05/)

I could not have put it much better. Read it and think if you want to vote strong and stable..

BrilloPad
1st June 2017, 12:25
Even his own MPs are not behind him. If there was a MP vote for Labour leader he would not get elected.

Pip in a Poke
1st June 2017, 12:27
This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn is going viral - The London Economic (http://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/politics/facebook-comment-jeremy-corbyn-going-viral/31/05/)

I could not have put it much better. Read it and think if you want to vote strong and stable..

TL;DR

scooterscot
1st June 2017, 12:29
I'm preferring the viral thread 'Search and rescue out looking for the PM... Last seen on..'

Dark Black
1st June 2017, 12:35
Dangerous thing Social Media... gives the rabble a voice...

TestMangler
1st June 2017, 12:35
I'm preferring the viral thread 'Search and rescue out looking for the PM... Last seen on..'

She's been sanctioned by the DWP for failing to turn up for a job interview.

InsertWittyNameHere555
1st June 2017, 12:38
I assume the reason Facebook is awash with Pro-Corbyn stuff is that all the tories supports have jobs so are working somewhere rather than pissing about on social media?

BrilloPad
1st June 2017, 12:39
Dangerous thing Social Media... gives the rabble a voice...

Much like Brexit vote.

MarillionFan
1st June 2017, 12:44
This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn is going viral - The London Economic (http://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/politics/facebook-comment-jeremy-corbyn-going-viral/31/05/)

I could not have put it much better. Read it and think if you want to vote strong and stable..

Feck off you lefty loon.

GJABS
1st June 2017, 12:48
Never underestimate the power of conviction politicians, like Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage. They have successes just when the rest of us are starting to get complacent.

original PM
1st June 2017, 12:48
"Unlike the Tory manifesto with a £9 billion hole, their figures don’t even add up.

And it benefits all of us, young, old, working, disabled, everyone. The only people it hurts are the establishment, the rich, the bankers, the top 5% highest earners."

9 billion is peanuts in the grand scheme of things

So it benefits everyone - how? What exactly does it do for the young, old, working, disabled and 'everyone?

It hurts the establishment? exactly what is that?

The rich, the top 5% highest earners? are they not the same thing

The Bankers? I assume he means the rich bankers and not Doris behind the counter of your local TSB?

fullyautomatix
1st June 2017, 12:49
Feck off you lefty loon.


Whats the matter? You would think you are heavily geared towards a Tory election win...

radish2008
1st June 2017, 13:53
Even his own MPs are not behind him. If there was a MP vote for Labour leader he would not get elected.

It's a good job they don't elect leaders then isn't it.

SueEllen
1st June 2017, 14:16
I assume the reason Facebook is awash with Pro-Corbyn stuff is that all the tories supports have jobs so are working somewhere rather than pissing about on social media?

No the Tories main supporters don't know how to use social media as they are coffin dodgers.

OwlHoot
1st June 2017, 14:52
TL;DR

Only young people take any notice of viral Facebook quotes, and not many of them either if that laboured diatribe had only 5000 "likes" or whatever the number was.

Come the 8th we'll see what the vast majority of voters, even many former Labour ones, really think about Compo and his communist chums. :laugh

stek
1st June 2017, 15:12
Only young people take any notice of viral Facebook quotes, and not many of them either if that laboured diatribe had only 5000 "likes" or whatever the number was.

Come the 8th we'll see what the vast majority of voters, even many former Labour ones, really think about Compo and his communist chums. :laugh

Communist? Not even the USSR achieved Communism..

Bluenose
1st June 2017, 15:19
This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn is going viral - The London Economic (http://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/politics/facebook-comment-jeremy-corbyn-going-viral/31/05/)

I could not have put it much better. Read it and think if you want to vote strong and stable..

"The only people it hurts are the..... the top 5% highest earners.

Good, screw them, it’s long overdue. #VoteLabour #ForTheManyNotTheFew !"

ok - that's most of the forum members here screwed.

screw you forum !

OwlHoot
1st June 2017, 15:41
"Bluenose is too good to be a permie!"

Yeah, right! :laugh

Pip in a Poke
1st June 2017, 15:45
Only young people take any notice of viral Facebook quotes, and not many of them either if that laboured diatribe had only 5000 "likes" or whatever the number was.

Come the 8th we'll see what the vast majority of voters, even many former Labour ones, really think about Compo and his communist chums. :laugh

Oh, I thought the quote that went viral was some soundbite buried amongst all that copy, not the whole thing.

I read the first few lines and started to lose the will to live so gave up.

I'm amazed it got any likes at all bearing in mind the attention span of the social media demographic.

scooterscot
1st June 2017, 15:47
Feck off you lefty loon.

You'll be in the right pickle of you loose that bet and your Swindon property portfolio crashes under a labour government. 2017 could be your year of years.

fullyautomatix
1st June 2017, 15:53
Oh, I thought the quote that went viral was some soundbite buried amongst all that copy, not the whole thing.

I read the first few lines and started to lose the will to live so gave up.

I'm amazed it got any likes at all bearing in mind the attention span of the social media demographic.


WGAF what you think ?

You are one fat lazy loser eating KFC in your bed, counting the days till you pop your clogs. You must be very sad to pretend to be a female.

OwlHoot
1st June 2017, 16:08
Oh, I thought the quote that went viral was some soundbite buried amongst all that copy, not the whole thing.

I read the first few lines and started to lose the will to live so gave up.

I'm amazed it got any likes at all bearing in mind the attention span of the social media demographic.

It's a contrived amateurish last minute attempt by Labour spinners to get down wid da kids.

Even Corbyn knows the new fangled Internet is as important as physical soap boxes these days.

original PM
1st June 2017, 16:30
It's a contrived amateurish last minute attempt by Labour spinners to get down wid da kids.

Even Corbyn knows the new fangled Internet is as important as physical soap boxes these days.

But the internet is not new fangled the uk invented it in 1992.....

BlasterBates
1st June 2017, 16:33
But the internet is not new fangled the uk invented it in 1992.....

It was the US.

BT ad gets into a muddle about the internet's origins - BBC News (http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35579225)

Pip in a Poke
1st June 2017, 16:43
It's a contrived amateurish last minute attempt by Labour spinners to get down wid da kids.

Even Corbyn knows the new fangled Internet is as important as physical soap boxes these days.

I thought it was complete and utter rubbish to be honest. A total waste of time reading it.

OwlHoot
1st June 2017, 17:06
But the internet is not new fangled ...

It is to an old timer who was happily standing on picket lines and chumming up to IRA terrorists back in the 1970s.

Problem is the World has long since moved on, but the old fossil is still in his dreams back in those happy days. :eyes

SueEllen
1st June 2017, 17:22
It is to an old timer who was happily standing on picket lines and chumming up to IRA terrorists back in the 1970s.

Problem is the World has long since moved on, but the old fossil is still in his dreams back in those happy days with his love Diane. :eyes

FTFY

original PM
1st June 2017, 17:44
It was the US.

BT ad gets into a muddle about the internet's origins - BBC News (http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35579225)

Yeah mine was tongue in cheek due to a thread a fee days back.

Cannot be assed to find it.

But in summary

1960s US Tech institutes had arpanet??

1990's tim berners-lee gave us html and www

So the uk gave the 'internet' to the masses

So take your pick really