binners

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago

    Glad to be of service, comrade

    What have the romans ever done for us?

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago

    I’d just rather not live with permanent Tory government

    The present Labour Party, after 4 years of Corbynism is a complete and utter ****ing shambles

    Totally unelectable

    As they’ve just shown

    And I don’t see anything getting any better any time soon

    I truly believe, watching these idiots, that we will never again see a labour government

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago

    You do know how democracy works, right?

    Do you think you’ll ever see another Labour government?

    Given what I’ve heard from the hustings, pandering to Momentum, I don’t

    Momentum is busy establishing a one party state

    They’ll be able to keep waving their placards and signing online petitions though, so they’re happy enough

  • Went through the bizarre experience of having the city fans in the pub all supporting united

    Surreal

  • We lost against the best side in the league, but to be honest I just wish we could play like that every week. 2-0 definitely flattered you.

    I think that’s the title done and dusted.

    Christ, they’re going to be absolutely unbearable

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago

    Market economics is collapsing

    Yet more delusional lefty wishful thinking.

    I don’t know if you missed it but a party advocating free-market economics just won a thumping great majority and a party advocating socialism got absolutely trounced

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago

    Daz – what you’re doing is demonstrating the paradox at the heart of the present Labour Party. In order to win the leadership you have to predominantly advocate policies popular with the present momentum-heavy membership (banging on about socialism etc)

    Unfortunately this is the very thing that repels the electorate. Thus in winning the l…[Read more]

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    RLB urged all to be ‘salespeople for socialism’

    Ticking boxes for the Momentum crowd and gifting Boris ten years

    Clueless

    Utterly ****ing clueless

    They still don’t get it

    Unless things change radically, which hardly looks likely, the future of the Labour Party is as a puerile sixth form level placard-waving irrelevance

    The Tory’s are pra…[Read more]

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    Also worth noting that while the Labour Party leadership hopefuls lefty all indulge the pathetic navel-gazing and righteous hectoring of momentum, the Tory’s with their massive majority, which they just gift-wrapped for them, just spent 100 million quid of taxpayers money to bail out an airline

    Now does that fit in with your climate crisis c…[Read more]

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    Maybe if you shout that at people in Surrey, load enough and often enough they’ll all vote for Rebecca Long Bailey?

  • binners replied to the topic The Brexit Paradox in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    Javid has pointed out that some businesses will benefit from regulatory divergence from the EU, some won’t

    To see which is which just take a look at who is presently funding the Tory party.

    Lots of hedge fund managers, speculators and associated parasites, no manufacturers, or anyone who actually does anything useful

  • Can you not get out of it?

    At least when you get back to St Helens it’ll be like arriving in Barcelona

  • binners replied to the topic Engine Braking? in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    Can I raise a practical question at this point?

    How would it work on a conveyor belt?

  • binners replied to the topic The Brexit Paradox in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    They see Britain’s future as a tax free playground for the global rich while the rest of the population work in a regulation-free sweatshop economy, devoid of public services, for subsistence-level wages.

    They’d hardly kept it a secret

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 3 days ago

    Thats all very laudable Daz but unfortunately to do anythign about any of tat you have to get elected. And the rhetoric and track record of people like Corbyn and Len McClusky scarres the horses.

    When people are asked on an internet survey if they’re concerned about the environment they answer that of course they are

    When then asked if they’ve…[Read more]

  • Split a Giro Hex up the front. Have to admit that what would replace it was not at the forefront of my mind as the visiting surgeon was pulling my skin around while giving a lesson to the junior doctors on facial reconstruction techniques for multi-directional lacerations

    Good job chicks dig scars, right?

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 4 days ago

    It will crack itself

    I seem to recall militant confidently assuring us of this in 1983.

    How’s that working out for you, comrade?

  • binners replied to the topic New Labour leader/ direction in the forum Chat Forum 4 days ago

    Its always been the same. People like Corbyn and co are so utterly convinced of their own righteousness, and so willfully blind to any other opinion, that they believe that all they have to do is keep telling everyone that they’re right and everyone will eventually see the light and vote for a socialist utopia.

    Listen to people like Charkribati…[Read more]

  • Personally I’d be a lot happier if you all thought that

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