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    Default Corbyn in Glastonbury Pyramid stage

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=731SXw4NDqI

    I bet he got the biggest cheers ever.

    Vote Corbyn ! Save this country !

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    Pretty good speech. Can you imagine May or just about any other politician trying that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VectraMan View Post
    Pretty good speech. Can you imagine May or just about any other politician trying that?
    Or even getting such a crowd or reception...She must be jealous as **** yet the right wing will now start spoutng off about millennials and other bollocks, jealousy
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    Jezza's great. Man of the people right there.

    Just watched in full. Inspiring stuff. Don't ever recall in my adult life so many people cheering a politician.

    The Tories are toast come the next GE.
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    He did an encore as well

    Corbyn stuns Glastonbury with acapella cover of Prodigy's Firestarter on Pyramid Stage - The Rochdale Herald

    Jeremy Corbyn left the bustling fields of Glastonbury in stunned silence this afternoon after performing an accapella ballad of the renowned Prodigy song ‘Firestarter’.
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    Mr Corbyn took a bow and thanked the crowd.

    “Thank you kindly. I dedicate this next one to my fellow MP and a wild weekend we had back in ’79; Smack, My, Bitch, Up!”
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    Jezza's great. Man of the people right there.

    The Tories are toast come the next GE.
    If the Tories are toast at the next GE so will be the country.

    Perhaps these people need to see a socialist government with their own eyes so that they can see the damage and destruction that will follow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waldorf View Post
    If the Tories are toast at the next GE so will be the country.

    Perhaps these people need to see a socialist government with their own eyes so that they can see the damage and destruction that will follow.
    Just point them towards Venezuela ...or Scotland
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=731SXw4NDqI

    I bet he got the biggest cheers ever.

    Meaningless soundbites, and I notice that he constantly needed to consult his sheaf of notes too.
    Not that much of a spontaneous orator.

    Surprised he didn't offer everyone free tickets for 2 years time, his strong suit seems to be in appealing to the simple-minded and naive by offering uncosted freebies.

    Fooking embarrassment.
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