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

Our local MP (Lee Rowley (Conservative)), is cracking.
  • He's a local boy (37 years old), born in Chesterfield, so the area itself is of great interest to him.
  • He holds surgeries all over NE Derbyshire.
  • Wanders around the outlying villages and smaller towns, knocking on doors, and talking to people - even when there's no elections in the offing.
  • Has a great deal of interest in local affairs, and makes a point of involving himself in them, of particular interest to me is:
    • the attempted housing developments on Greenbelt in Dronfield.
    • the fracking test rigs which are being put up in the area.
  • Takes part in local community events, if there's a fun-run in the offing, you can't stop the bugger.
  • He gets involved in local NHS patient groups.
  • He's approachable, earnest and, dare I say, actually likeable!
  • He's also very easy to contact, he responds to phone calls, texts, emails and Facebook.
As much as I want to despise the bugger, I can't - he's exactly what you want in your MP. Although my Mother in Law has told him that he should wear a tie more often when he's out and about in his constituency talking to folk.

I may even have half a man-crush on him.
All though it pains me to say it, Tim Farron is similarly good as a constituency MP, it was just as leader that it all went a bit wrong.
 
For a man who is so interested in promoting peace and remembering the victims of Terrorism, all Terrorism, comrade cob/Jeremy C appears to have missed a trick. If he is so truly interested in promoting peace why did he not appear in the town of Omagh today? Was this not a terrorist attack that he should be commemorating with the families of the victims, their last such public commemoration of this tragic and murderous event?
"He was involved, but he dosen't think he was present" of course.
 
What's the the basis of their complaint? ' The press keeps asking me questions I'd rather not answer?' FFS.
He did answer. He was there but not participating. A sort of voyeur.
 

DaManBugs

LE
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I'm rather hoping that the Morning Star is censured for the blatant lies they told in their article.
"Blatant lies", No_Privates? Or just that you thought them to be lies because they clashed with your prejudices and bigotry. It doesn't seem to bother you when the right-wing rags print "blatant lies", though. Why's that?

MsG
 
"Blatant lies", No_Privates? Or just that you thought them to be lies because they clashed with your prejudices and bigotry. It doesn't seem to bother you when the right-wing rags print "blatant lies", though. Why's that?

MsG
I take it you are a top journalist for the right wing rags given your obvious skills with blatant lies?
 

Helm

MIA
Moderator
Book Reviewer
"Blatant lies", No_Privates? Or just that you thought them to be lies because they clashed with your prejudices and bigotry. It doesn't seem to bother you when the right-wing rags print "blatant lies", though. Why's that?

MsG
Go on then provide proof they posted the truth, surely you can manage that, as you failed every other time
 
"Blatant lies", No_Privates? Or just that you thought them to be lies because they clashed with your prejudices and bigotry. It doesn't seem to bother you when the right-wing rags print "blatant lies", though. Why's that?

MsG
Oh Hooray. ARRSE's very own virtual equivalent of a chimp throwing shit at the walls is here.
 

DaManBugs

LE
Book Reviewer
Oh Hooray. ARRSE's very own virtual equivalent of a chimp throwing shit at the walls is here.
Just following your lead, Testicle_Cranium. Just following your lead!:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:

Here are the actual facts about Corbyn's excursion:

- At the invitation of the Tunisian Prime Minister in 2014, Jeremy Corbyn attended a remembrance ceremony for the victims of an Israeli terrorist atrocity (the 1985 bombing of the Palestinian government in exile in Tunis that was even condemned by Margaret Thatcher at the time).

- The event was not a "funeral" in any way shape or form because nobody was buried there on the day Corbyn visited.

- None of the eight terrorists who carried out the Munich attack are even buried in Tunisia, let alone in the graveyard Jeremy Corbyn visited (five are buried in Libya, two in unknown graves after being assassinated by the Israelis, and one was last seen in hiding in 1999).

- There is no evidence that the Black September members who were buried in the graveyard in 1992 were "terrorists" or Munich "plotters" as alleged in the shockingly dishonest Daily Mail front page that kicked off this latest anti-Corbyn smear campaign.

Yet the whole visit was sensationally billed as some sort of plot by Jeremy Corbyn to "honour terrorists", while UK politicians cravenly arse-lick the Saudis, who actually financed the 9/11 attacks (and many others besides). That's proper "impartial", that is. Why should your man Corbyn even address the hysterical nutters demanding an explanation, when he's done nothing wrong?

MsG
 

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