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 Post subject: Re: Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row
PostPosted: Sat Nov 30, 2019 7:25 pm 
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I have no problem with Cameron. He is a conservative and he follow the policy for what he is elected. It is democracy. If people choose Cameron, it is normal that they have a conservative policy. Again, that is democracy. The problem is when a left party, like the Labour under Blair and Cameron, follow a conservative policy. It is a treason.

Here an interesting quote: In 2002, twelve years after Margaret Thatcher left office, she was asked at a dinner what was her greatest achievement. Thatcher replied: “Tony Blair and New Labour. We forced our opponents to change their minds.”

You blame Bliar and have nothing against Cameron. :o

He cut education, he cut NHS and he cut police force. And the is special thread about this police thing here. But nobody is blaming the culprit.

These austerity policies helped the brexit agenda a lot, the foreigners are taking our schools the foreigners are taking our healthcare. But it was just propaganda, just because the EU immigrants are 20-40 years old single people who don't tax healthcare or schools, but pay taxes. Just propaganda.

Fuck that, fuck brexit.

But when the Brits crawl back, there will be no rebate, and in Schengen they are. And in Euro too. :lol:

When Germany++ is not enough.

Yes, indeed, I have less problems with Cameron than with Blair (and Brown, not Cameron as i wrote it in my post). It is democracy, Cameron follows the policy for what he was elected. But if democracy really worked, there would be a real alternative when the Labour takes the power. But no, with Blair and Brown, the Labour had a conservative policy. So because of the social democrats, democracy does not work, and not only in Great Britain.

The problem of foreigners could have played a role for the conservative part of the population who voted for the Brexit. But for the people who generally voted for the Labour and voted for the leave, they did not do it because of the foreigners, but because they understood what was the real nature of the EU, the machine of neo-liberalism.


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 Post subject: Re: Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row
PostPosted: Sat Nov 30, 2019 7:35 pm 
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But when the Brits crawl back

Getting on our hands and knees for anyone isn't really in our nature is it? The Germans learnt that lesson twice in one century.

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 Post subject: Re: Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row
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The European far right parties are not the only ones desiring to strengthen ties with Putin's Russia. Corbyn wants to do it too.

https://www.cityam.com/jeremy-corbyn-calls-for-closer-nato-relationship-with-russia/

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Jeremy Corbyn has advocated for Nato to de-escalate tensions with Russia, while signalling a Labour government would distance itself from the United States.

Corbyn launched Labour’s foreign policy on Sunday afternoon, emphasising that Nato should change its policy direction.

The Labour leader said next week’s Nato summit in London should be about “reducing tensions in Europe and beyond”.

Corbyn evoked Friday’s London Bridge terror attack in his speech, blaming US and Britain intervention in the Middle East for cases of extremism on home soil.

“The war on terror has manifestly failed,” he said.

“Britain’s repeated military interventions in North Africa and the wider Middle East, including Afghanistan, have exacerbated rather than resolved the problems.

“This policy has not made us one bit safer – if anything, it has made us less safe.”

Responding to the speech, foreign secretary Dominic Raab said: “Jeremy Corbyn has consistently opposed all action that we have taken to make this country safer.

“If elected as Prime Minister he would weaken Britain’s security and undermine the alliances that protect us.”


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 Post subject: Re: Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row
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“Britain’s repeated military interventions in North Africa and the wider Middle East, including Afghanistan, have exacerbated rather than resolved the problems.


Well Corbyn you fuckwit, Afghanistan came as a result of an attack on the United States, a NATO partner and came after the US invoked Article 5 of the NATO treaty.
If Corbyn thinks that the UK should not have assisted in Afghanistan (i.e. not lived up to the Article 5 obligation) then he should be honest with the British electorate and campaign for pulling the UK out of NATO.

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 Post subject: Re: Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row
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Corbyn seems to like anybody who hates the UK. Jihadis, Vlad, whatever.

The amazing thing is that a quarter to a third of the voters are going to vote for him. Even assuming quite a few of those are brainwashed Euronutters (the LibDem vote has been collapsing just as Labours increases I notice), jesus wept.

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London, Westminster voting intention:

LAB: 47% (+8)

CON: 30% (+1)

LDEM: 15% (-4)

GRN: 4% (-1)

BREX: 3% (-3)


Ahh, much is explained. It's just London's giant underclass as usual. Probably bad for Labour if their vote is too concentrated. No PR here, so London doesn't get to decide the election on its own.

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There is a website that allows you to create your own Guardian opinion piece headlines....

http://guardianmeme.win/

/pol/ have been using it to parody Corybn's anti-semitism.

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