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

It hasn't been broadcast yet..
And if it shows the messiah in a less than flattering light, the chances of it being broadcast are?
 
Not really surprised as Corbyn was a low level politician and professional activist. By the time Mandela was released he was dealing with the top echelons of world politics. Corbyn was a nobody. Not much changed really.
Years ago I was doing a major promotion which involved the South African government. The SA Department of Foreign Affairs told me I could use Mbeki or Mandela but not both (because Mbeki was ultra-sensitive). Mbeki was Head of State so got the nod but I've always regretted passing on the chance to meet Madiba.
 
Suspend parliament and the democratic process. Create a civil emergency through brexit balls-up, call out the Army.

You heard TMPM this Wednesday? 'We will never let you govern'

What does she mean by that? How is it up to her who governs in a democracy with universal franchise?
I see you've finally crawled back, presumably having overcome the shock of seeing the mean streets and general dystopia of rural Shropshire where your beloved leader grew up. I'll post it again just so you can revere the bucolic idyll within which true Socialist fervour is forged:

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Suspend parliament and the democratic process. Create a civil emergency through brexit balls-up, call out the Army.

You heard TMPM this Wednesday? 'We will never let you govern'

What does she mean by that? How is it up to her who governs in a democracy with universal franchise?
By Allah. You sound like a typical Union Rep.
 
Oh dear, they've gone the full Trump. Getting their excuses in a line for stuffing a future election, it could be stolen, it's the "deep state"

The denial to me of Commons security clearance and a raft of hostile stories suggests the intelligence services may be working to block the election of a Labour government
Is the “deep state” trying to undermine Corbyn?

Even the deputy labour leader thinks he's a bit odd

[Tom] Watson said: “I think it’s highly unlikely, but I don’t know. I read that piece. I thought it was a bit John le Carré. But I don’t know where his evidence is for that.

“I genuinely don’t know why he has reached that conclusion. Presumably he’s got more knowledge of that than me.”
Are there any grown ups left in Labour, or are they all busy warring with each other about anti-semetism and Vauxhall having enough time on their hands to undermine the Labour party? They need to stop watching RT and Press TV and perhaps grow up a bit.
 
Grow up a bit?! They never even started.
Thing is, I do genuinely think it is dangerous if people start thinking that the "state" would undermine an election.

I worried about it when Trump started talking about it, and then dumped that narrative as soon as he entered office. Even if he has forgotten about it, you can bet others haven't.

I suppose we can just rerun an election now until whoever shouts loudest (bit like the EU mess). Then one lot can blame stay behind elements from the previous government, or the permanent state.

Or they can grow up and actually do their job.
 
Years ago I was doing a major promotion which involved the South African government. The SA Department of Foreign Affairs told me I could use Mbeki or Mandela but not both (because Mbeki was ultra-sensitive). Mbeki was Head of State so got the nod but I've always regretted passing on the chance to meet Madiba.
Shame, could have asked him for tips on bombing restaurants and landmining country roads.
 
Shame, could have asked him for tips on bombing restaurants and landmining country roads.
And, by the same token, I could have also got some tips on reining in homicidal ANC nutjobs when taking power.
 
Thing is, I do genuinely think it is dangerous if people start thinking that the "state" would undermine an election.

I worried about it when Trump started talking about it, and then dumped that narrative as soon as he entered office. Even if he has forgotten about it, you can bet others haven't.

I suppose we can just rerun an election now until whoever shouts loudest (bit like the EU mess). Then one lot can blame stay behind elements from the previous government, or the permanent state.

Or they can grow up and actually do their job.
No, it just shows the level of delusion. If Corbyn loses, it’s because the malevolent apparatus currently in place has conspired to make it so, rather than - gasp - more people voted for someone else with ideas which are different to his.

The latter simply can’t be given a level playing field, as he and his are right. Therefore, something evil has transpired to take the good, honest vote of the proletariat away from him.

This inability to think in anything other than absolute terms is why we’ve got what’s happening in Labour now.
 

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