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Foxin_mad

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  1. Foxin_mad

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Its utterly baffling how anyone can vote for Labour unless you are a diehard leftist now to be honest. Their policies will cause job losses on a scale we have never seen before, tax rises and minimum wage rises hand in hand will cause jobs losses, forcing companies to put employees on boards will cause companies not to operate here. Ceasing controls of private business 'at a price determined by parliament' will cause job losses, anyone who says otherwise is in denial. Being a hard left Labour voter and remainer just doesn't go hand in hand. Those leading the Labour party are as staunch Brexiteers as JRM.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Ooooohhh scary hard right. The reality is that both camps are equally demented.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    This is a bit 'strawman' as people like this phrase... Why are we comparing the 'academic left' with the 'far right' surely we should be comparing like for like if we are rational? The far left are as extreme and as dangerous as the far right, what is concerning is that the far left seem to have developed some kind of acceptability amongst normally rational and sane people. This is why dangerous fools like Corbyn can come this close to getting into power. I am sorry but I do not see the far right being a huge problem, they may get more votes due to peoples perceived views of failure of the 'ruling elite' but they will never gain too much traction due to the natural human decency of the wide majority of the population. The far left on the other hand I'm not so sure, educated normally decent people seem to think it is acceptable to vote for horrible, dishonest leaders like Corbyn. If he can lead this web of deceit now, what on earth would he do if he got into power?
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    They are actually insane. I didn't realise Corbyn was in Stoke the other day could have help a protest against him if I had known.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Bizarre. The Corbynista Loyalty knows no bounds. The man is an imbecil and should resign so his party can actually set some serious agenda.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Old Corbyn has been posted about 5 times saying different things on the last few pages, all of them contradictory. The man is an absolute shambles. How ayone can think he is fit to run a country is beyond me. Apparently you cant call him anything bad due to it being 'abusive' so I wont go further but my thoughts on the man are well known.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Of course he did. He is either incredibly dim or he deliberately and knowingly laid a wreath. Outrageous lies and bullying Perhaps he should stop lying himself then people might be able to take him seriously. Despite his quickly lost original tag line 'good honest politics' his has become of the least trustworthy people in British politics. This is why the man and the party are so dangerous, they will lie and stop at nothing to get into power and to keep it, this is why they are as frightening as the regimes in places like Venezuela.
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    Terrorist Attacks

    What a pathetic loser. We should really bring back execution for these types.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Think everyone is being a bit unfair on uncle Jezza here. We all know he is just a nice old man who has nothing to gain, he just wants us all to share the wealth equally with his help. He is like everyone's favourite uncle.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    What a top bloke Jeremy is! Cant wait until he leads our mighty nation.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Benn was a far superior politician to Corbyn in every single way, he was much more intelligent and eloquent than the thicko Corbyn. I disagreed with his views but he was a decent man. I actually believe that Corbyn is a nasty horrible man who is so driven by his hatred, his divisive politics he is extremely dangerous for this country. I was of course referring to Hillary Benn who apparently is a Blairite and makes his father turn in his grave, if you believe the far left extremists.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Is it really a more soft Brexit than the Tories? To me it seems broadly the same a kind of customer union proposed that isn't the actual customs union, and restricted freedom of movement. I personally don't agree with either deal/plan I suppose they could be worse but the EU are highly unlikely no to accept either of them.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I can understand the shift from Tory to UKIP given that the Tories appear to be letting down those who voted Brexit. What I struggle to understand is how Labour can obtain any vote in Midlands and Northern towns which voted leave, surely in these areas there has to be some switch away from Labour to alternatives also? Oddly most of the young seem to fall for uncle Jezzas bollocks, yet they are pro EU and he is about as anti EU as you can get, when will people see through him? The man is an utter disgrace, in no way is he fit to run a 1st world major economy.
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    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I think it is true. Labour have a massive chance of a landslide without this incompetent bumbling idiot in charge. I honestly can not see what the appeal is with the man. He is old labour, a vile, hateful, mouth frothing Trotskyite who should be confined to 1979. I cant believe such a man is a leader of a major opposition party in 2018. I would probably be more closely aligned to voting Labour if they had a decent more dynamic/intelligent leader along the lines IMO of Benn, Stammer, Chukka. I think it would be suitable for Labour to have a female leader also, but I am not yet sure if any of them are ready yet.
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