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Re: Corbyn in the Bunker

#11 Post by jwilkerson » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:11 am

I guess if the labours are gonna start taking over buildings ... they need to get busy! I wonder if Core Bin has any buildings? They could start with those first!
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#12 Post by EUBanana » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:24 am

jwilkerson wrote:I guess if the labours are gonna start taking over buildings ... they need to get busy! I wonder if Core Bin has any buildings? They could start with those first!
Pretty sure Corbyn's dacha will be the last building to be redistributed to the People.
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#13 Post by chijohnaok » Wed Jun 05, 2019 10:47 am

TEL AVIV — Former UK prime minister Tony Blair on a visit to Israel said current Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn is an anti-Semite who isn’t aware he is one.

Blair described the anti-Semitism scandal plaguing the party he used to lead as “shameful” and said the party was no longer recognizable.

“To be frank, this anti-Semitism row, it’s a shameful thing,” said Blair, addressing an event at Bar Ilan University.

“If you told me, not merely back in May 1997, but at any point in the next 10 years, that the party I led for 13 years would have a problem with anti-Semitism, I would literally not have credited it, or believed it, and yet it is, and it’s there today,” Blair said.

Blair answered in the affirmative when asked if he thought Corbyn was an anti-Semite.

“Some of the remarks are not explicable in any other way, I’m afraid, and that is sad,” said Blair. “Does he think he is? No, he doesn’t think he is at all.”
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#14 Post by chijohnaok » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:05 pm

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#15 Post by EUBanana » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:11 am

Nothing inaccurate that he signed there.
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#16 Post by chijohnaok » Wed Nov 13, 2019 6:22 pm

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says the United States should have arrested ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and brought him to trial before an international court. Corbyn did say that he didn’t know if that would have been possible. The question was asked by British radio station LBC which noted that back in 2011 Corbyn had described the death of Osama bin Laden as a “tragedy” during an interview with an Iranian TV network:

In a clip from the Press TV show The Agenda, Mr Corbyn is heard complaining that there had been “no attempt whatsoever that I can see to arrest him and put him on trial, to go through that process”. He went on: “This was an assassination attempt, and is yet another tragedy, upon a tragedy, upon a tragedy.”
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Either Corbyn is calling into question the circumstances of al-Baghdadi’s death or he simply doesn’t know what he’s talking about. When soldiers closed in, al-Baghdadi gathered three of his young children in a cave and set off a suicide vest. He literally died by his own hand. How does Corbyn propose soldiers were to arrest him?
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Re: Corbyn in the Bunker

#17 Post by Mac » Wed Dec 04, 2019 4:12 pm

Corbyn gets caught out lying about watching the Queens speech.
Jeremy Corbyn was caught out when asked if he and his family watch the Queen's speech on Christmas Day.

The Labour Party leader was questioned about whether he watches the Queen's address at Christmas during an ITV News interview with Julie Ethchingham.

Mr Corbyn, appearing to give the question some thought, responded: "It's on in the morning, usually we have it on some of the time."

The speech is broadcast at 3pm on BBC One on Christmas Day.

When Ms Etchingham pointed this out, saying "that's when everyone watches it", Mr Corbyn said: "Our Christmas… there's lots to do".

At this point Ms Etchingham smiled and said: "You don't watch it do you?"

Mr Corbyn went on: "I enjoy the presence of my family and friends around Christmas, obviously, like everyone does.

"And I also visit the homeless shelter."

Mr Corbyn also said he would give Chequers to a homeless family if he wins the General Election.

The sixteenth-century residence in Chiltern Hills, Buckinghamshire, is the Prime Minister's country residence. Theresa May sought cabinet agreement for her Brexit plan there in 2018.

In the interview, Mr Corbyn was asked: "Would you consider giving up Chequers if you were Prime Minister?"

He replied: "I would indeed. It can't be right. We're a country with 150 billionaires, and we've still got people sleeping on the streets."

The interview is part of The Leader Interviews, and will be shown tonight at 7.30 on ITV.

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Here is a transcript from that interview...
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I could be the catalyst that sparks the revolution
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Re: Corbyn in the Bunker

#18 Post by EUBanana » Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:14 pm

!

But St Corbyn, a bit like the Pope, is supremely principled.
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Re: Corbyn in the Bunker

#19 Post by nero » Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:48 pm

EUBanana wrote:!

But St Corbyn, a bit like the Pope, is supremely principled.
What pope?

Just curious.
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