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

Magic Grandad has, almost unbelievably, managed to get the party formerly known as the Labour Parties approval rating EVEN LOWER than their worst showing in an election since 1935. That is absolutely stunning and shows just how totally out of touch they are with the average British person:


New polling by Number Cruncher Politics for Bloomberg this week has found that the Conservative Party has climbed by nine points since December’s election to 54% – the highest ever voting intention share that any Tory government has received. Conversely, Labour has dropped by five points since its worst election defeat since 1935…

So what will Labour blame their poor rating on, Coronavirus, Brexit or alien lizard people in league with the Jews?
 
So what will Labour blame their poor rating on, Coronavirus, Brexit or alien lizard people in league with the Jews?
The usual, the thick voting people being too stupid to understand their policies which are the actual ones that the government have enacted to get us through the CV19 crisis but the voters are too dumb to understand that it's labour policies saving the country! Simples!
 
The usual, the thick voting people being too stupid to understand their policies which are the actual ones that the government have enacted to get us through the CV19 crisis but the voters are too dumb to understand that it's labour policies saving the country! Simples!
I believe it will be the tried and true "The electorate are voting against their own self-interest"
 

Londo

LE
Saw this yesterday . The only picture I've ever seen of the Clown Corbyn smiling .
But then again he is at 'his' local Finsbury Park Mosque which apparently he visits often .
Has he ever visited a Synagogue ? Not something I've ever heard of .

clown smile.jpg
 

TamH70

MIA
Saw this yesterday . The only picture I've ever seen of the Clown Corbyn smiling .
But then again he is at 'his' local Finsbury Park Mosque which apparently he visits often .
Has he ever visited a Synagogue ? Not something I've ever heard of .

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Not without his can of red spray paint/Molotov Cocktail, at least.
 
I was surprised to read an article in the Guardian which wasn't praising oooohhhh Jeremy. Well worth a read:
As with Ian Lavery, this leech cannot pass up the opportunity to try and score political points from Corona virus. I noticed the point a few days ago when he stated to the effect that Boris getting the cheque book out to help with the impact just proved that he (Corbyn) was right all along about how wrong austerity had been.

What is it with these ghouls that they cannot stop themselves from using the dead and dying to prop themselves up by. Shades of Jo Moore and "good day to bury bad news". It is just part of their DNA isn't it?
 
As with Ian Lavery, this leech cannot pass up the opportunity to try and score political points from Corona virus. I noticed the point a few days ago when he stated to the effect that Boris getting the cheque book out to help with the impact just proved that he (Corbyn) was right all along about how wrong austerity had been.

What is it with these ghouls that they cannot stop themselves from using the dead and dying to prop themselves up by. Shades of Jo Moore and "good day to bury bad news". It is just part of their DNA isn't it?
The most worrying aspect of this is that he (along with Maccy and others) actually believe this to be true. I would have laughed if I thought it was a bit of banter, a bit of tongue in cheek jibes at the Conservatives. But no, it is deadly serious.
 
Only socialists can spectacularly lose an election and then believe the people are still on their side, and they only lost because they weren't socialist enough, after all they still believe socialism is the answer after 170 years of being proven wrong.
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
The most worrying aspect of this is that he (along with Maccy and others) actually believe this to be true. I would have laughed if I thought it was a bit of banter, a bit of tongue in cheek jibes at the Conservatives. But no, it is deadly serious.
When have you ever, ever seen Corbyn or McDonnell make a joke about anything? Any 'humour' is usually only a barbed comment at the Evil Tory Scum (TM).

Don't expect humour as he departs. Just expect the rhetoric to ramp up. He's spent but rather than realise it the dissociation will just increase.
 
When have you ever, ever seen Corbyn or McDonnell make a joke about anything? Any 'humour' is usually only a barbed comment at the Evil Tory Scum (TM).

Don't expect humour as he departs. Just expect the rhetoric to ramp up. He's spent but rather than realise it the dissociation will just increase.
Never! As I have mentioned before, one of the more obvious characteristics of socialists is that they are humourless wretches.
 
The dear comrades are still claiming that it's their policies helping with CV19 and that they're sorting out volunteers (despite the government scheme with over 560,000 volunteers)

"I hope everyone is staying safe and well. I know many of you will be worried about staying healthy and protecting people you love. As one of the 1.6 million people who received a text telling me to stay indoors for 12 weeks, I know how worrying it can be – but our movement's response to this crisis has been beyond inspiring.

Labour councils are at the forefront of the community fight back. Labour members are helping local neighbours and charities. Meanwhile, Labour MPs have won vital concessions from this government to protect workers, renters, and those most at risk. I'm so proud of our movement and the strength and solidarity we've shown so far.

So I wanted to share our Coronavirus webpage with loads of resources for Labour members. And here's 5 Top Tips for Labour supporters to stay safe and support others during the Covid-19 outbreak.

  1. Follow NHS and government guidelines to protect yourself and your loved ones. By making changes to our lives we can slow the spread of Coronavirus, protect the most vulnerable and alleviate pressure on our underfunded and overstretched NHS so they can save more lives. This means staying at home apart from shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, as infrequently as possible and one form of exercise a day. The Mental Health Foundation also has advice for looking after yourselves during the crisis.
  2. Ask for help – or offer it if you can. If you're in need of support yourself register on the government website, or contact your councillors, or look on your local council website or contact your nearest Mutual Aid group on Facebook. Whether it's your prescription or some food you need, it's important to ask for help rather than going outside and putting yourself or others at risk. If you're able to help others, you can drop a note to your neighbours, contact your CLP or branch secretary or try searching 'your borough/city' Covid 19 Mutual Aid on Facebook. Your city council website may also have volunteering groups set up.
  3. Embrace technology! It's critical to connect with others, to chat, share your worries and organise together at such a difficult time. This will be key to protecting our mental health and maintaining relationships with friends and family. You can connect using lots of apps – take a look at Zoom, Houseparty, Skype or use WhatsApp video calling. To check in with other Labour members, you can use our phone banking app, Dialogue.
  4. No Covid 19 volunteer groups where you are? Think about setting up your own. You could start with organising one for your street, use these tools to help map your community or search existing ones on Facebook to see how others are getting organised. You can also join hundreds of thousands of others and volunteer on the NHS website or contact your councillors to see if they can point you in the direction of vital under-resourced services. Get in touch with the Labour Party's Community Organising Team for support by emailing communityorganising@labour.org.uk
  5. Donate to foodbanks. With people bulk-buying and vast numbers of people now worried about surviving without work, foodbanks are running short of supplies. If you're able to help organise foodbank collections then reach out to established organisations who will be coordinating volunteers in line with public health guidance. Visit the Trusell Trust website to find your nearest foodbank and donate.
Any actions we take to support services and calls for aid must always be taken with the primary aim of preventing the spread of the virus, so please remember to follow the public health advice and keep your distance if you're providing support to neighbours.

In solidarity,

Jennie

General Secretary of the Labour Party
 

TamH70

MIA
The dear comrades are still claiming that it's their policies helping with CV19 and that they're sorting out volunteers (despite the government scheme with over 560,000 volunteers)

"I hope everyone is staying safe and well. I know many of you will be worried about staying healthy and protecting people you love. As one of the 1.6 million people who received a text telling me to stay indoors for 12 weeks, I know how worrying it can be – but our movement's response to this crisis has been beyond inspiring.

Labour councils are at the forefront of the community fight back. Labour members are helping local neighbours and charities. Meanwhile, Labour MPs have won vital concessions from this government to protect workers, renters, and those most at risk. I'm so proud of our movement and the strength and solidarity we've shown so far.

So I wanted to share our Coronavirus webpage with loads of resources for Labour members. And here's 5 Top Tips for Labour supporters to stay safe and support others during the Covid-19 outbreak.

  1. Follow NHS and government guidelines to protect yourself and your loved ones. By making changes to our lives we can slow the spread of Coronavirus, protect the most vulnerable and alleviate pressure on our underfunded and overstretched NHS so they can save more lives. This means staying at home apart from shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, as infrequently as possible and one form of exercise a day. The Mental Health Foundation also has advice for looking after yourselves during the crisis.
  2. Ask for help – or offer it if you can. If you're in need of support yourself register on the government website, or contact your councillors, or look on your local council website or contact your nearest Mutual Aid group on Facebook. Whether it's your prescription or some food you need, it's important to ask for help rather than going outside and putting yourself or others at risk. If you're able to help others, you can drop a note to your neighbours, contact your CLP or branch secretary or try searching 'your borough/city' Covid 19 Mutual Aid on Facebook. Your city council website may also have volunteering groups set up.
  3. Embrace technology! It's critical to connect with others, to chat, share your worries and organise together at such a difficult time. This will be key to protecting our mental health and maintaining relationships with friends and family. You can connect using lots of apps – take a look at Zoom, Houseparty, Skype or use WhatsApp video calling. To check in with other Labour members, you can use our phone banking app, Dialogue.
  4. No Covid 19 volunteer groups where you are? Think about setting up your own. You could start with organising one for your street, use these tools to help map your community or search existing ones on Facebook to see how others are getting organised. You can also join hundreds of thousands of others and volunteer on the NHS website or contact your councillors to see if they can point you in the direction of vital under-resourced services. Get in touch with the Labour Party's Community Organising Team for support by emailing communityorganising@labour.org.uk
  5. Donate to foodbanks. With people bulk-buying and vast numbers of people now worried about surviving without work, foodbanks are running short of supplies. If you're able to help organise foodbank collections then reach out to established organisations who will be coordinating volunteers in line with public health guidance. Visit the Trusell Trust website to find your nearest foodbank and donate.
Any actions we take to support services and calls for aid must always be taken with the primary aim of preventing the spread of the virus, so please remember to follow the public health advice and keep your distance if you're providing support to neighbours.

In solidarity,

Jennie

General Secretary of the Labour Party
I distrust anyone with the job title of General Secretary. Far too Stalinist.
 
When have you ever, ever seen Corbyn or McDonnell make a joke about anything? Any 'humour' is usually only a barbed comment at the Evil Tory Scum (TM).
Here's a Mcdonnell joke.


Apparantly Angela raynor thought it was hillarious.

 
The dear comrades are still claiming that it's their policies helping with CV19 and that they're sorting out volunteers (despite the government scheme with over 560,000 volunteers)

"I hope everyone is staying safe and well. I know many of you will be worried about staying healthy and protecting people you love. As one of the 1.6 million people who received a text telling me to stay indoors for 12 weeks, I know how worrying it can be – but our movement's response to this crisis has been beyond inspiring.

Labour councils are at the forefront of the community fight back. Labour members are helping local neighbours and charities. Meanwhile, Labour MPs have won vital concessions from this government to protect workers, renters, and those most at risk. I'm so proud of our movement and the strength and solidarity we've shown so far.

So I wanted to share our Coronavirus webpage with loads of resources for Labour members. And here's 5 Top Tips for Labour supporters to stay safe and support others during the Covid-19 outbreak.

  1. Follow NHS and government guidelines to protect yourself and your loved ones. By making changes to our lives we can slow the spread of Coronavirus, protect the most vulnerable and alleviate pressure on our underfunded and overstretched NHS so they can save more lives. This means staying at home apart from shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, as infrequently as possible and one form of exercise a day. The Mental Health Foundation also has advice for looking after yourselves during the crisis.
  2. Ask for help – or offer it if you can. If you're in need of support yourself register on the government website, or contact your councillors, or look on your local council website or contact your nearest Mutual Aid group on Facebook. Whether it's your prescription or some food you need, it's important to ask for help rather than going outside and putting yourself or others at risk. If you're able to help others, you can drop a note to your neighbours, contact your CLP or branch secretary or try searching 'your borough/city' Covid 19 Mutual Aid on Facebook. Your city council website may also have volunteering groups set up.
  3. Embrace technology! It's critical to connect with others, to chat, share your worries and organise together at such a difficult time. This will be key to protecting our mental health and maintaining relationships with friends and family. You can connect using lots of apps – take a look at Zoom, Houseparty, Skype or use WhatsApp video calling. To check in with other Labour members, you can use our phone banking app, Dialogue.
  4. No Covid 19 volunteer groups where you are? Think about setting up your own. You could start with organising one for your street, use these tools to help map your community or search existing ones on Facebook to see how others are getting organised. You can also join hundreds of thousands of others and volunteer on the NHS website or contact your councillors to see if they can point you in the direction of vital under-resourced services. Get in touch with the Labour Party's Community Organising Team for support by emailing communityorganising@labour.org.uk
  5. Donate to foodbanks. With people bulk-buying and vast numbers of people now worried about surviving without work, foodbanks are running short of supplies. If you're able to help organise foodbank collections then reach out to established organisations who will be coordinating volunteers in line with public health guidance. Visit the Trusell Trust website to find your nearest foodbank and donate.
Any actions we take to support services and calls for aid must always be taken with the primary aim of preventing the spread of the virus, so please remember to follow the public health advice and keep your distance if you're providing support to neighbours.

In solidarity,

Jennie

General Secretary of the Labour Party
Jenny really is a bit of a fheckwit.
perfect for the job.

hopefully soon to be redundant.

or (That's enough, editor)
 

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