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Doesn't make you right either Kingston. In my opinion If you think Commie Corbyn would be good for the country you need your head testing!

"Jeremy Corbyn’s fitness for office was questioned today by three former Labour MPs who urged voters to back Boris Johnson instead.

Ian Austin, who worked a special adviser for Gordon Brown and in Downing Street, said that Mr Corbyn was an “extremist” who is “completely unfit” to be prime minister and told The Times that he would be voting for the Conservatives on election day.

“Voting for anybody other than Boris Johnson risks Corbyn getting into No 10 and I think that would be a disaster for Britain,” he said.
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And I don't see why Brexit Party are at all devisive or should be lumped alongside BNP 🙄 They are no more so than the Liberal (un)democrats and if they were to hold a function at McMenemy's despite loathing their stance I wouldn't begrudge them and would welcome more income for the club.

I don't see their being vast swathes of rent-a-mob (il)liberal extremists foaming at the mouth in BP carpark come Thursday.

Personally, well done to the Club for welcoming people who represent the views of the vast majority of people in the area.


So he put his words in the Times did Mr. Austin? That nice newspaper owned by that er, nice man Rupert Fu****ng Murdock. Think you might need your head testing a bit Rik e B! Any Labour man worth his salt would NEVER EVER say such words or suggest to voters to defect to the enemy party of the working man.











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If Corbyn said that everybody over 59 should be given a tablet all you 60 year old life long labour supporters would vote for him
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So he put his words in the Times did Mr. Austin? That nice newspaper owned by that er, nice man Rupert Fu****ng Murdock. Think you might need your head testing a bit Rik e B! Any Labour man worth his salt would NEVER EVER say such words or suggest to voters to defect to the enemy party of the working man.





Either that CGI or this life long Labour man a true patriot putting country before party.
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With Austin, it's mostly down to the fact he'll do anything to avoid a pro-Palestinian PM getting into power. That's what the whole (mainly confected) antisemitism scandal is all about. He left the Labour Party months ago and is already a trade envoy to Israel. I'm sure he'll be well-rewarded elsewhere as well.

It is perhaps understandable that Austin has this approach as he was apparently adopted and raised by a holocaust survivor. A lot of the original Zionist movement came from the idea of a defensible homeland for Jews and, after the events of the Second World War, can you really blame them? Only problem, of course, is that they basically stole the land from under the Palestinians and, allied with the religious Zionist side, you get the apartheid state you see today with millions of Palestinians living in refugee camps many decades later.

You'll note that all the claims about endemic antisemitism in the party only came around after Corbyn won the leadership then survived the attempted coup by the Labour right-wingers. Considering he's a lifelong anti-racism campaigner, it's a strange stick to beat Corbyn with, but it's all they had.

One thing, though, let's stop with this 'Commie' nonsense. I get tired of noting that he's just really a moderate social democrat whose policies you would find in most of the western European countries. In fact, most of them wouldn't have been out of place in a Tory manifesto from the 60s and early 70s. The extremism began with Thatcher as she oversaw a transfer of capital and assets from the state to private hands (i.e. the already wealthy).
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With Austin, it's mostly down to the fact he'll do anything to avoid a pro-Palestinian PM getting into power. That's what the whole (mainly confected) antisemitism scandal is all about. He left the Labour Party months ago and is already a trade envoy to Israel. I'm sure he'll be well-rewarded elsewhere as well.

It is perhaps understandable that Austin has this approach as he was apparently adopted and raised by a holocaust survivor. A lot of the original Zionist movement came from the idea of a defensible homeland for Jews and, after the events of the Second World War, can you really blame them? Only problem, of course, is that they basically stole the land from under the Palestinians and, allied with the religious Zionist side, you get the apartheid state you see today with millions of Palestinians living in refugee camps many decades later.

You'll note that all the claims about endemic antisemitism in the party only came around after Corbyn won the leadership then survived the attempted coup by the Labour right-wingers. Considering he's a lifelong anti-racism campaigner, it's a strange stick to beat Corbyn with, but it's all they had.

One thing, though, let's stop with this 'Commie' nonsense. I get tired of noting that he's just really a moderate social democrat whose policies you would find in most of the western European countries. In fact, most of them wouldn't have been out of place in a Tory manifesto from the 60s and early 70s. The extremism began with Thatcher as she oversaw a transfer of capital and assets from the state to private hands (i.e. the already wealthy).


Praise the Lord...someone that actually knows what is going on!!!











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Well you didn't as you said he'd never say that 😂

Momentum are clearly far-left socialist extremists, listen, I've voted Labour several times in younger years but the truth is they abandoned the working man a long time ago and their metropolitan champagne socialists are not representing their Northern and Welsh heartlands at present.

The Tory lot the best of a bad bunch at the minute for me, once Brexit guaranteed I could maybe be persuaded to vote otherwise with a more centrist leader and outlook.

Apologies to the normal Fishy folk for stringing out the non-football 😬
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Well you didn't as you said he'd never say that 😂

Momentum are clearly far-left socialist extremists, listen, I've voted Labour several times in younger years but the truth is they abandoned the working man a long time ago and their metropolitan champagne socialists are not representing their Northern and Welsh heartlands at present.

The Tory lot the best of a bad bunch at the minute for me, once Brexit guaranteed I could maybe be persuaded to vote otherwise with a more centrist leader and outlook.

Apologies to the normal Fishy folk for stringing out the non-football 😬


Fifth richest economy in the world: Nine years of Tory cutbacks. People having to use food banks. Growing homelessness on our streets. Crime and violence going through the roof. Young people with no chance of owning their own property. Rents ridiculously high. Yes lets vote for some more of this folks.










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Fifth richest economy in the world: Nine years of Tory cutbacks. People having to use food banks. Growing homelessness on our streets. Crime and violence going through the roof. Young people with no chance of owning their own property. Rents ridiculously high. Yes lets vote for some more of this folks.


Wanting to fix all of this is socialist apparently. Fully mad how blinkered some people are.


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Well you didn't as you said he'd never say that 😂

Momentum are clearly far-left socialist extremists, listen, I've voted Labour several times in younger years but the truth is they abandoned the working man a long time ago and their metropolitan champagne socialists are not representing their Northern and Welsh heartlands at present.

The Tory lot the best of a bad bunch at the minute for me, once Brexit guaranteed I could maybe be persuaded to vote otherwise with a more centrist leader and outlook.

Apologies to the normal Fishy folk for stringing out the non-football 😬


No need to apologise Rik - after all you didn't start it.

It is telling how some so called Town fans would starve the club of much needed funds, because they had the temerity to hold a meeting from a main stream political party that doesn't agree with their world view.
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A lot of people calling Boris, FFS he's only been P.M. for 5 minutes. People are bringing things up when he was only in short trousers. He has cleared out a lot of the 2 faced gits like Hammond so as far as I can see he has only done good .
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