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Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« on: September 09, 2015, 01:35:29 PM »
A socialist threatens to steal the crown of the labour party, the chattering classes are terrified.

Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2015, 01:37:09 PM »

Jeremy Corbyn’s plan for council house building
http://www.jeremyforlabour.com/housing



Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn MP publishes his plans to comprehensively address Britain's housing crisis as part of his Vision for Britain 2020. Jeremy believes a secure and affordable home is a basic right. His housing manifesto proposes a radical rebooting of home construction permitting councils to be house builders and providers in order to meet the demand for affordable housing in their own areas

Giving to councils the right and the means to commission new homes is the most efficient way of achieving the minimum of 240,000 new homes our country now needs to build each year to meet demand and reverse the current housing crisis.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2015, 01:44:48 PM »
Its worth reading to see what he stands for, as the Hysteria from the BBC ( supposedly socialist ) to the openly right wing press is an avalanche of propaganda.

Interestingly, the public support Corbyn not because they have suddenly converted to communism lite, but because :

(a) The Establishment hates him, therefore he must be good.
(b) The BBC, supposedly left wing, hates him,  therefore he must be good.
(c) The lunatic right, Daily Mail, 99% of amercians etc.., hates him,  therefore he must be good.

Really what's going on is that the False Left Versus Right is being exploded because a genuine socialist is trying to get elected as labour leader. The entire media, including both left and right wing are united in opposing Corbyn.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister VOTING CLOSES
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2015, 09:48:01 AM »
Voting closes in Labour leadership election
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/sep/10/labour-leadership-liz-kendall-urges-party-accept-result-voting-closes
Liz Kendall concedes that her campaign has failed and says Jeremy Corbyn has energised a party crying out for change



Voting for the next Labour leader closed at midday with the candidate expected to come fourth saying that the party must accept the legitimacy of the result.

Liz Kendall conceded that her campaign had failed and that Jeremy Corbyn – the man expected to be declared the winner on Saturday – had energised a party crying out for change.
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Her speech marks the first of what is expected to be many frank self-assessments on the Blairite wing of the party. “Everyone must – and I believe will – accept the result and mandate of the new leader. They will have won the right to pursue their agenda and must be given the space and scope to do so.

“If Jeremy Corbyn wins, it would be a huge mistake not to accept that result as legitimate. The voters will have made their decision and the rest of us must accept it as such.”

Acknowledging the leftwing MP’s likely victory, she said Corybn’s campaign had “mobilised and enthused vast numbers of people in a way we haven’t seen for decades. The debate that’s exploded during this contest has been simmering for many years.”

Kendall said Labour had not had a proper debate about its values for too long, and conceded that her wing of the party had spent too long avoiding the subject. “The last time we really debated the purpose of our party and what we stand for, throughout the Labour movement, was the reform of clause IV – 20 years ago,” she added.

Some Labour members and supporters were also complaining online about failing to receive ballot papers right up until the deadline for voting. David Lammy, one of the six Labour London mayoral candidates, claimed in the New Statesman that almost one in five Labour members in the capital had not received a ballot paper.

Some party members were still receiving email links inviting them to vote with just hours to go.

The result of the leadership election is due to be declared at 11.30am on Saturday, at a short special conference due to be held in Westminster. The party’s London mayoral nomination will be declared on Friday, a result that may give a firmer indication of who is to win the party leadership.

In her speech Kendall added a rider saying “whoever is elected must recognise no leader has a mandate for untrammelled power. Anyone who seeks to exacerbate divisions will only store up trouble for the future. We must turn our focus to the public, and turn our fire onto the Tories - who are the real enemy – and not turn in on ourselves.”

She also hinted at the need for a major reorganisation on what had previously been the mainstream of the party, arguing that old divisions of the needed to be abandoned.

She said: “All of us who want a modern, electable and outward looking Labour party must end the old Blairite/Brownite splits, which are long past their sell-by date and should be buried once and for all.”

Speaking to her supporters she also confirmed her decision not to
serve on the frontbench if Corbyn wins, saying: “I have too many important differences with him, particularly on foreign policy and the economy. Leaving Nato or Europe would be a disaster for Britain in an increasingly risky and dangerous world”.

She set out her other key differences with Corbyn, saying: “Spending billions of pounds on renationalising swaths of the economy and reopening coal mines won’t create the high-skill, high-wage jobs of the future or convince people we can be trusted with their money.

“And his plans for so-called ‘people’s quantitative easing’ risk destabilising our currency and pushing up inflation, harming the living standards of millions of people in this country, particularly the poor and low paid.”


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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #6 on: September 10, 2015, 04:27:59 PM »
He is a bit a conspiracist, thats all the good I can say for him.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #7 on: September 10, 2015, 06:06:37 PM »
He is a bit a conspiracist, thats all the good I can say for him.

He has enough good points to make him more than useful.

Trouble is America is suxed into the extreme right of politics, so he is just too left wing for that audiance. Bit like Rand Paul is too looney right wing to get any support outside America.

I know you Americans don't want to hear this sort of thing, but you need to know you have only two parties, right wing and extreme right wing.

Now we have a candidate who is unscripted, and potentially the next prime minister.
No he is not my ideal candidate, but neither was Rand Paul or anybody else, get realistic.
The perfect candidate does not exists.

Lets win a battle against the controlled establishment, and never mind if he is a bit "left wing" for your tastes.


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The next Labour Prime Minister - Election Result Any Minute Now .. .. ..
« Reply #8 on: September 12, 2015, 06:02:16 AM »
The next Labour Prime Minister - Election Result Any Minute Now .. .. ..

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Take over of Labour Party from Grass Roots !
« Reply #9 on: September 12, 2015, 06:05:53 AM »
Take over of Labour Party from Grass Roots  !

Panic !!!!

The professional corrupt political class lost control of the leadership of the Labour Party .. .. ..

Blair will be in tears


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New World Order minions in state of shock...
« Reply #10 on: September 12, 2015, 07:06:04 AM »
Jeremy Corbyn wins in stunning landslide victory

New World Order minions in state of shock...

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #11 on: September 12, 2015, 07:10:28 AM »
NO to austerity
NO to EU European Union
NO to NATO Wars
NO to corporate welfare
NO to greedy landlords
NO to War with Russia
NO to Murdock Press

Ouch...

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #12 on: September 12, 2015, 08:27:58 AM »
He isn't actually anti-EU he still think Britain should stay in the European Union and more worryingly he is pro immigration and thinks we should do more to take in syrian refugees. I will still support UKIP since they are closest to my ideals which is Libertarianism, under Corbyn big government would unfortunately get bigger.
“Good luck to him. I don’t blame him at all, but I just
wish he had not hit me so hard. I know he had to protect
his property, and I probably would have done the
same thing in his position. This has certainly stopped
me committing any more crime.” - British burglar elaborating robbery

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #13 on: September 12, 2015, 09:27:17 AM »
They usually fall into line eventually.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2015, 09:29:38 AM »
They usually fall into line eventually.

That is when the Bankers and Oligarchs explain to the elected leader that they run the country.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2015, 09:41:52 AM »
He isn't actually anti-EU he still think Britain should stay in the European Union and more worryingly he is pro immigration and thinks we should do more to take in syrian refugees. I will still support UKIP since they are closest to my ideals which is Libertarianism, under Corbyn big government would unfortunately get bigger.

Real people never fit into neat categories, so it will always be some kind of a mixture.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2015, 02:07:56 PM »
It should be funny watching the Right Wing Press having kittens tomorrow over the election of Corbyn.

My prediction is that the illuminati masonic political elite class will be united in the desire to destroy Corbyn. In fact, just about everybody will be united in attacking Corbyn. Austerity to pay the fictional debt to the Bankers will continue.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #17 on: September 12, 2015, 02:27:22 PM »
It should be funny watching the Right Wing Press having kittens tomorrow over the election of Corbyn.

My prediction is that the illuminati masonic political elite class will be united in the desire to destroy Corbyn. In fact, just about everybody will be united in attacking Corbyn. Austerity to pay the fictional debt to the Bankers will continue.

What about Backingham palace ? ???

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #18 on: September 12, 2015, 02:51:28 PM »
What about Backingham palace ? ???

LOL - Well Corbyn is a Republican - as in down with the Monarchy.

BUT, he knows he can not really do anything about it.
Still I must confess I do find this all amusing.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #19 on: September 12, 2015, 03:35:41 PM »
LOL - Well Corbyn is a Republican - as in down with the Monarchy.

BUT, he knows he can not really do anything about it.
Still I must confess I do find this all amusing.

I will explain. I know you're tired. You listed all possible overt and covert institutions will join together against Corbyn. But they did not mention the king's house, in fact, Queen Elizabeth the Second.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #20 on: September 12, 2015, 04:08:54 PM »
The Queen is just a puppet.

All her powers are illusionary, in fact the so called Royal Perogative Powers are given to the Prime Ministers Office.

British Constitution and Politics are a complex mess.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #21 on: September 12, 2015, 04:18:26 PM »
The Queen is just a puppet.

All her powers are illusionary, in fact the so called Royal Perogative Powers are given to the Prime Ministers Office.

British Constitution and Politics are a complex mess.

My boss thinks that Queen is head of NWO and Alex Jones has similar opinion.
Whole world thinks have same opinion about politics in UK and UK itself. Organized democracy in organized state.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #22 on: September 13, 2015, 06:11:04 AM »
My boss thinks that Queen is head of NWO and Alex Jones has similar opinion.
Whole world thinks have same opinion about politics in UK and UK itself. Organized democracy in organized state.

I don't believe the head of the New World Order would ever be a Woman.

A lot of americans buy into this, because it avoids blaming americans.

Dr Kissinger is no longer an american, but a "British Agent"
Obama is no longer an american, but a "British Agent"
Brezinski is no longer an american, but a "British Agent"
Clinton is no longer an amercian, but a "British Agent"

Its rather similar to Dr David Duke, who shifts the blame onto the Jews.
He spins it as everyone is a "Jewish Agent"

Sure once upon a time, the power seat of the New World Order was in London.
But that is History.

During 1914-1918 the power shifted to America, and by 1945 there is An American Empire and the british empire is dead as a dodo.
 

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #23 on: September 13, 2015, 06:12:59 AM »
Anyway, the british news papers, tv, and media spin doctors are busy this morning !!!



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Jeremy Corbyn - The next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #24 on: September 13, 2015, 07:24:14 AM »
Jeremy Corbyn wins in stunning landslide victory

New World Order minions in state of shock...

MSM in Serbia said that England got their SIRIZA or Podemos.

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - The next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #25 on: September 13, 2015, 08:45:57 AM »
MSM in Serbia said that England got their SIRIZA or Podemos.

That is reasonably accurate analogy.


Will Corbyn sell out Britain like Syriza sold out Greece ?

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #26 on: September 13, 2015, 06:57:27 PM »
Its getting bat shit crazy

The latest is that a load of ministers are refusing to serve with Corbyn as leader.

Its a full blown panic, and people that don't like politicians can only watch with amusement.


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Corbyn's union backers plan General Strike
« Reply #28 on: September 13, 2015, 07:00:10 PM »
Corbyn's union backers plan first general strike for 90 years and urge support for law breakers

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Re: Corbyn's union backers plan General Strike
« Reply #29 on: September 14, 2015, 11:18:40 AM »
A prime example of how Right Wing Ideology can lobotomise even the most intelligent of readership.

Union bosses threaten to use Jeremy Corbyn's victory to cripple UK
The chiefs of Britain's biggest unions threaten to “topple the Government” using “coordinated strikes and demonstrations”
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/Jeremy_Corbyn/11862413/Union-bosses-threaten-to-use-Jeremy-Corbyns-victory-to-cripple-UK.html

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn - the next Labour Prime Minister
« Reply #30 on: September 14, 2015, 01:50:52 PM »
Basically we've got some Communist energising all the Communist forces in Britain and he also wants all the third worlders to come here are rape the country.
Even though thats a special brand of suicidal insanity only post enlightenment European philosophy can open up, it wouldn't surprise me at all to see British people vote for it.
The problem for him though is the rise of the SNP and the breakaway of Scotland, which will surely cripple the Labour party going forward, he might have had a chance.

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« Reply #31 on: September 18, 2015, 04:16:57 AM »
I'm fine agreeing to disagree with someone who holds genuine beliefs which differ from mine, but the most enjoyable part of Corbyn's victory is that he gave the entire establishment a black eye. I mean it was especially delicious watching Labour and their candidates take a kicking from their members but he's pretty much despised on all sides. Except for UKIP, who at least gave him a chance on the EU regardless of his other politics.

He's made politics a little more interesting for a couple of years (barring a coup) so I'm grateful for that at least.

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[British Election] - Through the Looking Glass - Tweedle Dum or Tweedle Dee ?

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[British Election] - Through the Looking Glass - Tweedle Dum or Tweedle Dee ?
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CoRbyn steeling the "s"election with B-Remain ? NO THAT COULD NOT BE ...
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Re: Through the Looking Glass - Tweedle Dum or Tweedle Dee ?
« Reply #34 on: June 12, 2017, 09:57:11 AM »
CoRbyn steeling the "s"election with B-Remain ? NO THAT COULD NOT BE ...

Corbyn is not Remain - more interestingly - who gave you that idea ?


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