Comrade Corbyn to the fore - whither (or wither) the Labour Party?

What PMQT would that be, parliament would cease to exist as its nothing more than a imperialist throw back to when we was enslaving and raping every part of the world.
Parliament will be replaced by kinder and gender neutral, Central Committee of the Republic Of The United Isles.
Elections are part of capitalist nightmare of freedom to choose and various other rights which are no longer compatible with the one true path.
That's easy for you to type
 
Opinion bit in The Guardian already on how beastly the man is to take the piss.
0.06 of the population is Trans, how tge hell did they become so powerful to bend the media and politics to their will?
Trans fair enough but this is getting way out of proportion.
 

DaManBugs

LE
Book Reviewer
What I fail to understand is why folks like Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnel are constantly accused of being "traitors" to the UK, when all they want to do is to improve life for as many of the population as possible. The "traitor" thing has been used as an insult virtually from the beginning of the Cold War, and it's as inapplicable now as it was then. No sane person in the UK has ever wanted the place to be taken over and ruled by a foreign power, much less the Ivans.

There's also the not unimportant point that the UK has more or less been a vassal state of the US (among many others) since the end of WWII, or at least since the end of the Suez Crisis. What's happened is that the UK really was, more or less, taken over and ruled by the Septics, yet no-one seems to question that rather dubious state of affairs and the long-term damage it's caused to the country. Why not?

MsG
 
Or where supporting violent Marxist based groups is some how the British thing to do. Its not like the IRA killed innocent British people in any way at all. Or supporting some middle Eastern groups who see us as the enemy and have very questionable views on homosexuality and happy to execute its own people that disagree with them.
 
What I fail to understand is why folks like Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnel are constantly accused of being "traitors" to the UK, when all they want to do is to improve life for as many of the population as possible. The "traitor" thing has been used as an insult virtually from the beginning of the Cold War, and it's as inapplicable now as it was then. No sane person in the UK has ever wanted the place to be taken over and ruled by a foreign power, much less the Ivans.

There's also the not unimportant point that the UK has more or less been a vassal state of the US (among many others) since the end of WWII, or at least since the end of the Suez Crisis. What's happened is that the UK really was, more or less, taken over and ruled by the Septics, yet no-one seems to question that rather dubious state of affairs and the long-term damage it's caused to the country. Why not?

MsG
Why would this be a concern of yours? You're not a UK citizen.
 

DaManBugs

LE
Book Reviewer
Why would this be a concern of yours? You're not a UK citizen.
That's exactly the sort of argument designed to shut off any further discussion. It's also completely irrelevant. It's true that, as a Mick, I'm not a "UK citizen" in the sense you mean, but I do hold a British passport, along with my Irish one, for my Da and my Ma were born in 1919 and 1920 respectively; that is as full British citizens.

Added to that, "proper" UK citizen or not, I'm still subject to all the same rules and regulations living in the UK. That means that all the laws passed and all the political and social policies applied in the country also affect me in just the same way. In my view that gives me the right to comment on and criticise UK policies. Or would you disagree with that?

MsG
 
What I fail to understand is why folks like Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnel are constantly accused of being "traitors" to the UK, when all they want to do is to improve life for as many of the population as possible. The "traitor" thing has been used as an insult virtually from the beginning of the Cold War, and it's as inapplicable now as it was then. No sane person in the UK has ever wanted the place to be taken over and ruled by a foreign power, much less the Ivans.

There's also the not unimportant point that the UK has more or less been a vassal state of the US (among many others) since the end of WWII, or at least since the end of the Suez Crisis. What's happened is that the UK really was, more or less, taken over and ruled by the Septics, yet no-one seems to question that rather dubious state of affairs and the long-term damage it's caused to the country. Why not?

MsG
Utter bollocks.
McDonnell (you can't even spell his name right BTW) is a crypto communist who would truly have us as a vassal state of Russia in line with his Marxist leanings. He is also a classic IRA / terrorist apologist:

"It's about time we started honouring those people involved in the armed struggle. It was the bombs and bullets and sacrifice made by the likes of Bobby Sands that brought Britain to the negotiating table. The peace we have now is due to the action of the IRA"

He is also known as a liar having been caught out as published in that capitalist running dog lackey publication "The Spectator":

John McDonnell stood in front of communist flags and gave a speech at the May Day rally. Today, the shadow chancellor appeared on the Andrew Marr show to declare that while he was a fan of Karl Marx’s Das Kapital, he was no Marxist.

Fast forward two hours, and to the embarrassment of McDonnell, the BBC has now aired a video that directly contradicts his previous claim. On the Sunday Politics, Andrew Neil pointed out that the shadow chancellor had been previously filmed admitting he was a Marxist
:

Mr S recommends that next time McDonnell tries to rewrite history, he checks there’s no video evidence to contradict him

But crack on @DamanTattoo
 
He is one scary delusional individual.

John McDonnell on overthrowing capitalism

He wants to destroy capitalism and then pretends to get all emotional about some homeless bod dying on the steps of Westminster.

I haven't seen him shed a tear for the millions that died under Stalin or Chairman Mao or Pol Pot etc.etc.
 

Similar threads

Latest Threads

Top