Jeremy Corbyn

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  • Jeremy Corbyn
  • Premier Icon kelvin
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    Seems a bit weird though why an anti-brexit nutter would punch someone who is both a racist and a hard brexiteer. Strange times.

    Because everyone is a traitor for the people still buying into this. May, Corbyn, Barnier, Varadkar… they are all preventing us getting the “only considerable upsides” Brexit that we were promised, deserve, and voted for. Whatever happens after Brexit, these people will still be wound up and seeing traitors everywhere. Trying to appease them is pointless.

    Gotta admire the Police sense of humour: “charged with assault by beating”

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-47438562

    😀

    willard
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    i bet Mr. Corbyn will be eggstatic that charges are being pressed

    typical Corbyn – chickened out from fighting back

    ctk
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    No doubt the RW media will use this eggainst him.

    willard
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    Come on chaps, this is no yolking matter. First come the thrown eggs, then it’s assault and battery (hens).

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    He does seem to have got himself in a pickle of late

    A memorable event, I wonder if he’ll record it in his dairy?

    Pieface
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    Egg pickle?

    Vegan pickle, shirley?

    Vader
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    Will he have to shell out on a lawyer?

    Lucky he didn’t get battered. Although the accused would have no doubt flipped his plea at the last minute

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    Funny though, Jim Murphy getting hit by an egg was one of the big moments of the scottish indy ref.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/mar/20/corbyn-quits-party-leaders-brexit-meeting-over-umunna-invite

    Happy to talk to the IRA or Hamas “without preconditions” but won’t sit in a meeting with Chukka. Says it all.

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    To be fair – Hamas are actually a political party 🙂

    Yep, don’t see what all the fuss is about. The conditions of the meeting were broken so he didn’t attend. Meh.

    Does anyone truly think his attendance would have prevented Maybots meltdown or changed her course. Meh.

    Premier Icon dazh
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    His mistake was attending in the first place. I tend to agree with Paul Mason…

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    An insurrection against neoliberalism? Christ on bendybus! To the barricades comrades!!! Well… after our sociology class…. we’ll do the barricades thing then….

    Is labour polling in single figures yet?

    The enemy is *checks notes* CRYPTOFASCIST CAMEMBERT AND CRACKERS!

    Premier Icon dazh
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    An insurrection against neoliberalism?

    Well I wouldn’t have worded it quite like that but the principle is still sound. When people say Corbyn should be a ‘statesman’, what they really mean is that they want him be part of the establishment and operate within the parameters of a system which has completely failed everyone but a tiny few rich people. Call it what you like, but do you think we need more of the current failed status quo or something radically different which represents the interests of the vast majority of the people?

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    I think its just cheese envy from the vegans, Flashy

    mrlebowski
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    LOL at CFH & Binners!

    Pieface
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    When is he going to launch a ‘No Confidence’ motion on himself?

    tjagain
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    Corbyn refused to rule out Labour backing revoking article 50 – although he strongly played down the prospect. Asked if he would consider the idea, Corbyn said that was a hypothetical question. Pressed again on whether he was ruling this out, he said:

    We think that what we are proposing can be achieved in the British parliament. We do believe we can construct a majority which will prevent the crashing out and all the chaos that will come from crashing out, and that is what we are absolutely focused on.

    thats the Corbyn the hard leaver who wants no deal apparently.

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    Uncle Jezza – as with any politician, ignore what they say and look at what they do

    The present charge sheet:

    1. Called for Article 50 to be triggered immediately, about 30 seconds after the referendum result came in
    2. Whipped his MP’s (oh the irony) to trigger Article 50
    3. Whipped his MP’s (oh… etc…) to vote against remaining in the customs union
    4. Whipped his MP’s (oh…) to vote against remaining in the single market
    5. Waffled a bit about red unicorns, when not on the allotment
    6. Whipped his MP’s (oh… oh… oh…) to abstain on a vote for a second referendum

    I presume 7 will be ‘launch insurrection against neoliberalism’. Or ‘buy vegan cheese and organic gluten-free crackers’, or something….

    But, no… you’re right… definitely not a Brexiteer. No siree. You must be mad to come to that conclusion

    tjagain
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    Or look at what he says and has done? IE fought every step of the way for the softest of soft brexits. I know you hate him but does that hatred have to make you blind?

    On the second referendum you do realise Alistair Campbell agreed that then was not the right time?

    NOW it makes sense!

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    fought every step of the way for the softest of soft brexits.

    Erm…. ok. You’ve read the list above? You know the bit about whipping his MPs to vote against remaining in the customs union and the single market, right? So when you say soft Brexit’ you mean an Iain Duncan Smith/John Redwood style ‘Soft Brexit’ yeah?

    Anyways… I see Chuka Umunna everywhere, admits haunted Corbyn

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    I presume 7 will be ‘launch insurrection against neoliberalism’. Or ‘buy vegan cheese and organic gluten-free crackers’, or something….

    I’ve always been puzzled that you rant about 6th form politics and post pictures of Monty Python, and then make daft comments like this, on top of wilfully ignoring simple facts as TJ has pointed out. It’s straight from Trump’s ‘alternative facts’ playbook. It’s all good fun but doesn’t help the argument or persuade anyone else.

    And dare I ask what vegan cheese has to do with it?

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    thats the Corbyn the hard leaver

    Corbyn says literally nothing as regards recinding A50… and from that you want us to ignore his words and actions of the last 3 years (and for decades before)… right…

    cranberry
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    People Magic Grandpa thinks we must talk to to find a solution:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-47691606

    Good decision AFAIC. As she says: “An attack like this is an attack on our democratic process.”

    Also, if you had a problem with Remaining JC is a bit of an odd target.

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    He was sent a death threat too from the same guy.

    He was sent a death threat too from the same guy.

    Given that 28 days seems a bit light…

    TurnerGuy
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    Anybody else notice that Corbyn is wearing glasses nearly all the time now, at least in photos, probably in an effort to make himself look more competant ready for a GE. Part of his teams grooming effort.

    Well, he just looks like a pervert geography teacher now.

    Secretly supports Spexit?

    kerley
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    Anybody else notice that Corbyn is wearing glasses nearly all the time now, at least in photos, probably in an effort to make himself look more competant ready for a GE

    Or maybe his eyes have deteriorated (not uncommon as people age) but yeah I am sure it is related to a GE…

    DrJ
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    Or maybe his eyes have deteriorated

    That can’t be right – it must be because he is a Marxist and an anti-Semite

    <insert Life of Brian picture or hilarious reference to “Magic Grandpa”>

    (Have I got the hang of this Corbyn-bashing yet? )

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    Maybe he is so buys reading all the reports that don’t make the papers about the Tories being rampant islamaphobes?

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