Did I say that I plan on voting Labour? What gives you that impression, the fact that I tried offering a bit of perspective? The fact that you have an issue with Corbyn for supporting people that wage war against us but seem to have no issue with May actively supplying people who wage war against us says it all really. It's obvious you have no intention of questioning your beliefs and would rather pursue a war on anybody who doesn't vote blindly for Mrs May as you clearly do.
As for defending the government seizing control over which websites you can and cannot visit, well you may as well move to China if that's what you're into.
And if you must know my voting intentions because it clearly means a lot to you: I've no idea who, if anyone, I'll vote for. All of the major candidates and those around them grow more calamitous by the day with a few exceptions and while May is entirely unelectable in my opinion I'm struggling to find an alternative who I'd feel comfortable backing right now. I'm not going to let any feelings of loyalty towards whichever party Corbyn, Farron et al. represent blind me to their obvious failings. I doubt you can understand that notion though: If all you have to support your argument is a dumb nationalist ad hominem then you clearly haven't thought your points through very well.