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Corbyn’s wacky far left policies

Gills 58

Vital 1st Team Regular
#61
More frictionless untruths from the liar:

http://www.irishnews.com/news/north...-pledge-as-he-highlights-brexit-deal-1759904/

and on the NHS his most recent deception

Tories ‘NHS visa’ isn’t going to make it easier to recruit EU staff to fill its 100,000 vacancies. Currently there are no fees. Tories will still be adding a visa fee & £400 a year compulsoryhealth insurance for staff +£1,000 immigration skills charge for NHS for each worker​
— dr Sarah Wollaston (@sarahwollaston) November 8, 2019
It will get worse, it's what he does and no one can pretend they didn't know. Corbyn, or anyone else, is a paragon of virtue by comparison.
But what would Sarah Wollaston know about the medical profession? She's only a medical doctor and ex Tory MP who quit in disgust. What on earth makes you question the word of a notorious liar?
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Champions League
#62
And Corbyn promoting anti Semitic is ok is it, calling Jews shylocks,
Did Corbyn use that expression? No, it was a candidate who has had to step down with immediate effect
questionable support of IRA,
And the problem with that is?
his own people are saying it (Austin)
Not his own people - Austin quit to take up a job with the Tory Govt.

Get you facts right and they get more traction rather than a 'like' from VG
 

Alderman Barnes

Vital Squad Member
#63
For the record I don't like the people who think they have joined the Jeremy Corbyn party.

As Tony Benn said, it is not about people but policies. I'm not into putting individuals on a pedestal.
To be fair, Corbyn has said exactly the same. It's not about him, it's about the project of getting the Labour party back into the hands of the membership and away from the parachuted-in, Oxbridge PPE careerists who thought they had a job for life. Berks with T-Shirts are embarrassing, but at least there's some enthusiasm around to do something positive now.
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Champions League
#66
If your right then Wayne, the Tories are going to spend money, I thought they only went for cutbacks, or is that just more socialist scare mongering.
They'll spend money but will continue to cut back on benefits and social house [that they promised to deliver but haven't]
 

Alderman Barnes

Vital Squad Member
#68
They'll spend money but will continue to cut back on benefits and social house [that they promised to deliver but haven't]
They won't even do that. They'll say they'll spend more money and then quietly forget about it. Just like all those starter houses they were supposed to have built.
 
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Alderman Barnes

Vital Squad Member
#73
All very laudible, but shouldn't the focus be getting Labour into power?
Of course it should, but when said Oxford PPE careerists are constantly sniping against their own party in the bloody Guardian you're always going to be finding yourself fighting with one hand behind your back, which is exactly where they want you.
 

Alderman Barnes

Vital Squad Member
#74
I've met these buggers and they come straight out of university debating societies with no principles or interest in politics other than as a game of chess and as a way to advance their own careers. They pick a party like other people pick a football team.

The Conservatives, for all their faults, are now full of genuine sociopaths who actually believe in the chaos and madness they stand for. Unfortunately, the Labour party is still hamstrung by the hundreds of deadwood pole-climbers it picked up and encouraged under Blair and who still largely populate the PLP. Some of them have fucked off to the Lib Dems where they belong, but unfortunately not enough.
 

Gills 58

Vital 1st Team Regular
#75
I've met these buggers and they come straight out of university debating societies with no principles or interest in politics other than as a game of chess and as a way to advance their own careers. They pick a party like other people pick a football team.

The Conservatives, for all their faults, are now full of genuine sociopaths who actually believe in the chaos and madness they stand for. Unfortunately, the Labour party is still hamstrung by the hundreds of deadwood pole-climbers it picked up and encouraged under Blair and who still largely populate the PLP. Some of them have fucked off to the Lib Dems where they belong, but unfortunately not enough.
Unfortunately I think you are spot on. Rambole the mole is most upset that the Socialist party has now been hijacked by Socialists.
 

Gills 58

Vital 1st Team Regular
#77
I've met these buggers and they come straight out of university debating societies with no principles or interest in politics other than as a game of chess and as a way to advance their own careers. They pick a party like other people pick a football team.

The Conservatives, for all their faults, are now full of genuine sociopaths who actually believe in the chaos and madness they stand for. Unfortunately, the Labour party is still hamstrung by the hundreds of deadwood pole-climbers it picked up and encouraged under Blair and who still largely populate the PLP. Some of them have fucked off to the Lib Dems where they belong, but unfortunately not enough.
Funnily enough I think that Johnson is one of the few who isn't an Ayn Rand devotee in the cabinet. He just believes in himself. The general public have no idea what most of the nutters in the cabinet actually believe in.
 

valenciagill

Vital 1st Team Regular
#78
I've noticed Wayne mentions me , more than any other poster.
He mentions Tommy Robinson more than me.

What does that say about Wayne ?
Why does he do it ?
Looking forward to your replies ?
 

Jerryattrick

Vital Squad Member
#79
No, he mentions you more than TR. Only outdoor concert I was at was TR (something against racism at victoria park). I was on the Dagenham ford production line when TR was sneaked in to get some background for his song ‘ford cortina’.

I think its a case of always hurt the one you love!
 

chris who

Vital 1st Team Regular
#80
Although a million homes over ten years struck me. That's 12 homes an hour for ten years. Call me cynical.....
Well if any future government build one it will be one more than the Tories have managed as far as their promise of affordable homes is concerned.