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

Let's hope he doesn't drink the tea, I wouldn't bet against their being Polonium-210 in the tea from McDonnell and his Russian friends
How would you tell it had worked...he looks like a walking corpse now
 

Yeo_Man

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Let's hope he doesn't drink the tea, I wouldn't bet against their being Polonium-210 in the tea from McDonnell and his Russian friends
If by an outside chance Poundland Stalin did find himself in Downing St, I suspect the space between his shoulder blades would be twitching expecting an ice pick at any moment.

YM
 
And all the private jets are getting warmed up as we speak....

Says the bloke whose being paid over £87,000 Per year? As sum I'll be lucky to hit half of.
Once again, why should I, a poor working class type, vote for some rich toff telling me what to do with my money and how much I should be allowed to have?
 
Says the bloke whose being paid over £87,000 Per year? As sum I'll be lucky to hit half of.
Once again, why should I, a poor working class type, vote for some rich toff telling me what to do with my money and how much I should be allowed to have?
Because he's a steely eyed dealer of dearth...
 
Income tax, for sure, at least from the legals. It doesn't stop them sending money home, through. I was stood in the local post office the other day behind a Romanian who was making a rather large money transfer.

I don't blame the individuals. They're just making a living. But it does take wealth out of the country while many indigenous individuals sit on their arses. There's a debate to be had about increasing industrial automation and whether we need to worry about an ageing population.

Don't mention the infrastructure; there are 10,000 new houses going into my borough and according to a mate who's in the job not a single new copper.

But when Farage mentioned infrastructure during the last GE debates he was shouted down as a racist.
I live in the Philippines and it is their overseas workers who keep the nation in the black, so I fully understand that. I have full residency here but I am not a national so I don't get free anything, nor land or any property larger than a one bed apartment, which I am fine with, including the national pride that the Filipinos have with their country. They have national insurance, pensions, state schools and hospitals that are for nationals only, so foreigners have to pay their own way.
The quality of the above may be bordering on the iffy but It works, and the same would work in the UK.
 
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Tyk

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I live in the Philippines and it is their overseas workers who keep the nation in the black, so I fully understand that. I have full residency here but I am not a national so I don't get free anything, nor land or any property larger than a one bed apartment, which I am fine with, including the national pride that the Filipinos have with their country. They have national insurance, pensions, state schools and hospitals that are for nationals only, so foreigners have to pay their own way.
The quality of the above may be bordering on the iffy but It works, and the same would work in the UK.
It makes sense that Nationals and Naturalised get the benefits of the tax system, of course it doesn't play well with the UK attitude towards enforced "multiculturalism" and rights for anyone showing up inside the borders no matter what their immigration status, not woke enough.
 
It makes sense that Nationals and Naturalised get the benefits of the tax system, of course it doesn't play well with the UK attitude towards enforced "multiculturalism" and rights for anyone showing up inside the borders no matter what their immigration status, not woke enough.
They don't do 'naturalised' or dual nationality here. The demand from the trans community that they have access to women's changing rooms and washrooms was shot down. Only certified, fully-post-op trans may use those facilities. The catholic church has a lot of say and a certificate of baptism is required for most schools, bank accounts, phone contracts. High schools and Uni's can nullify academic achievement if, for example, the students posts and photos on social media break the decorum rules. May seem harsh but it is explained to them on day one what the rules are.
There is assembly everyday at school and the national anthem is sung as the flag is raised. Hymns are sung and non denominations stand respectfully silent and in return Ramadam is respected (Sorry fellow Prods and Lutherians, Rome recognises Islam but not the heathen 'others').
Hell of a lot better than the virtue signalling woke education system of old Blighty.
 
Interesting that Corbyn’s right eye doesn’t appear to be very well. His glasses have a Fresnel prism lens, which are used to correct double vision. An example of using one would be after a stroke of some sort.
 
I wouldn't be surprised if he's hiding health problems, hoping that one last great putsch will propel the Great Helmsmen into leading the People's Democratic Republic of Great Britain
 
Interesting that Corbyn’s right eye doesn’t appear to be very well. His glasses have a Fresnel prism lens, which are used to correct double vision. An example of using one would be after a stroke of some sort.
Saw that a few days ago but thinking about it, maybe it wasn't a stroke as his speech seems unaffected. Maybe its a covert head up display enabling him to read prompts from Seamus? Explore Focals - North
The supposed Fresnel lens may just be ridges to stealth the display. :oops:
 
Interesting that Corbyn’s right eye doesn’t appear to be very well. His glasses have a Fresnel prism lens, which are used to correct double vision. An example of using one would be after a stroke of some sort.
Guido speculated on this a few days ago:
 
Guido speculated on this a few days ago:
Hope he doesn't drop dead then.
 
Indeed.

Something lingering,painful and socially unacceptable is far preferable.
Tertiary Syphilis would be a nice finale for him
 
Hope he doesn't drop dead then.
That would be a devastating blow for the labour party. At least he will have left an everlasting legacy behind......
 
Indeed.

Something lingering,painful and socially unacceptable is far preferable.
No.
No dying of Corbyn.

A) You want to be better than the Labour/socialists/Commies over Thatcher.
B) You'd have won the battle, but lost the war. A Leader carking it in the middle of a Election, how many millions of votes would that be worth from the hard of thinking? And with No leader in place who would take over as PM... I'd bet its McDonnell.
 

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