Jeremy Corbyn (Vol. 3)

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Tony427

1,969 posts

171 months

Sunday 20th January
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Vanden Saab said:
The only new parties I have come across so far all have, shall we say, right leaning links no good if you want to attract both sides and the middle.... I think the new party will be a mix of labour and tory leavers with some newbies and hopefully a new, bright, charismatic leader in the macron mould but without the establishment links.
Macron was an establishment Patsy put in to keep the populace happy as you suggest.

He has now been exposed for what he is and the very first opportunity the French people have to show their displeasure at the ballot box, instead of on the streets, will be in the may MEP elections.

Expect a rout.

Who can lead the UK anti establishment party ? Havent a clue.

I just know theres a huge opportunity going begging and theres no one who can grab it as yet.

Cheers,

Tony

Vanden Saab

1,621 posts

12 months

Sunday 20th January
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Balmoral said:
Something like the Vote Leave team, not the real one, the one in the movie with Cumberbatch.
yes

Balmoral

31,466 posts

186 months

Sunday 20th January
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Perhaps we could have a go?

alfie2244

9,039 posts

126 months

Sunday 20th January
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Balmoral said:
Perhaps we could have a go?
P.H.P.P...............Piston Head Pissup Political Party?

The Dangerous Elk

4,591 posts

15 months

Sunday 20th January
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Vanden Saab said:
The only new parties I have come across so far all have, shall we say, right leaning links no good if you want to attract both sides and the middle.... I think the new party will be a mix of labour and tory leavers with some newbies and hopefully a new, bright, charismatic leader in the macron mould but without the establishment links.
"the Macron mould"

LOL, what is the public's level of support for Merkel's petting puppy....23% ?

Laughable. He has just broken Eu fiscal rules to pay the Fire Brigade to put out the fires set by millions of Yellow Jackets who can only be policed by thuggish paramilitary police who he had to break Eu fiscal rules to pay more to prevent them joining the Yellow Jackets.


Edited by The Dangerous Elk on Sunday 20th January 22:15



alfie2244 said:
Balmoral said:
Perhaps we could have a go?
P.H.P.P...............Piston Head Pissup Political Party?
Makes it hard if you have a stutter


Edited by The Dangerous Elk on Sunday 20th January 22:17

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Norfolkit

1,997 posts

128 months

Sunday 20th January
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Gargamel said:
Had a certain Tony Blair allowed a referendum on the Yraty of Lisbon instead of signing it in a back room out of sight of the cameras and then running away, Farage and UKIP would be a distant dream.

The Irish won concessions when they rebelled on Lisbon, the UK May have been able to do similar


It was the shambles of Lisbon that led to a need to have a referendum.
Goes back further than that, it was John Major signing the Maastricht Treaty in 1992, that created the EU and that's where the problems started. We obviously didn't get a vote on that, the French did have a referendum and voted 50.8% Yes and that was that, done and dusted, no moaning about no clear will of the people, all over never to be asked again. Of course the Danes also voted but voted No so that result wasn't accepted and they had to vote again.

Putting the EU and democracy in the same sentence is a joke


Pan Pan Pan

4,210 posts

49 months

Monday 21st January
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Norfolkit said:
Gargamel said:
Had a certain Tony Blair allowed a referendum on the Yraty of Lisbon instead of signing it in a back room out of sight of the cameras and then running away, Farage and UKIP would be a distant dream.

The Irish won concessions when they rebelled on Lisbon, the UK May have been able to do similar


It was the shambles of Lisbon that led to a need to have a referendum.
Goes back further than that, it was John Major signing the Maastricht Treaty in 1992, that created the EU and that's where the problems started. We obviously didn't get a vote on that, the French did have a referendum and voted 50.8% Yes and that was that, done and dusted, no moaning about no clear will of the people, all over never to be asked again. Of course the Danes also voted but voted No so that result wasn't accepted and they had to vote again.

Putting the EU and democracy in the same sentence is a joke
For me the rot set in when slimeball Heath took the UK into the EEC in the first place, without giving the people of the UK a vote on whether or not this was what `they' wanted..
That situation was just about corrected when the people of the UK were given a vote on the matter in 1975, but by not informing the people of the UK at the time, (despite as some have pointed out there was a `plan' extant then) what that would lead to, was possibly when the backlash against the UK`s EU membership really started.
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As for your last sentence, absolutely spot on. What worries me is how so few in the UK seem to be aware of how the people of the UK were slimed into the EU without their consent, and how such a large number now seem to want to over turn the result of the only democratic vote they have ever been given on the matter of the UK`s membership of the EU.

kev1974

2,606 posts

67 months

Monday 21st January
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Ha ha Mrs May is making Jezza look like a right sulky five year old with her repeated references to his continued refusal to talk about Brexit biggrin

SpeckledJim

17,223 posts

191 months

Monday 21st January
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kev1974 said:
Ha ha Mrs May is making Jezza look like a right sulky five year old with her repeated references to his continued refusal to talk about Brexit biggrin
Given the major stick people use to hit Labour with is a charge of economic incompetence, his brill idea of going back for more negotiations, but crucially going in having already promised not to walk away, no matter how stinky the deal, is pretty remarkably incompetent.

I very much hope Jeremy decides he'd like to buy my house, and pledges 'No No Deal' before we start haggling.


MDMA .

4,465 posts

39 months

Monday 21st January
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Mort7

173 posts

46 months

Monday 21st January
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laugh

fblm

15,766 posts

201 months

Monday 21st January
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B'stard Child

16,708 posts

184 months

Monday 21st January
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fblm said:
rofl

Frank7

2,270 posts

25 months

Monday 21st January
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irocfan

18,305 posts

128 months

Tuesday 22nd January
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The Dangerous Elk

4,591 posts

15 months

Tuesday 22nd January
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Was sent this link, Title: Corbyn collects his and his cabinets thoughts..FANTASTIC music

I should have known better, strangely soporific however

https://youtu.be/sTMTOkcxuoM?t=509

Edited by The Dangerous Elk on Tuesday 22 January 23:50

Wacky Racer

30,549 posts

185 months

Thursday 24th January
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The seated man statue, Castleton Rigg, North York Moors.


Halb

46,023 posts

121 months

Thursday 24th January
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That's brilliant. Looks like Jon Pryce.

Mort7

173 posts

46 months

Thursday 24th January
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Can't be Corbyn. He'd be sitting on the floor next to the empty seat, moaning about overcrowding. wobble

Wacky Racer

30,549 posts

185 months

Thursday 24th January
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Halb said:
That's brilliant. Looks like Jon Pryce.
He does a bit yes, but many people liken him to Corbyn. smile

It's 10ft tall btw.