Corbyn, a serial rebeller...demands conformity of thought and loyalty from Labour

rainmaker

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he hasn't needed the rich donors, he hasn't needed the lobbyists, he spent £150k on TV and is still 20 points ahead of everybody else.
Within the Republican party, which makes you wonder how dim the other party hopefuls actually are.

US analysts underrate Trump simply because he is proving they are irrelevant,
Or because he repeatedly pulls simple minded stunts like this live on television - anyone who can overlook this behavior in a candidate for the presidency is a moron.

[video=youtube;PX9reO3QnUA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX9reO3QnUA[/video]
 


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Wow. You probably actually believe that, don't you?
So does everybody else. which is why Jordanian elite have always come to UK public schools, even current king.

UK lost a significant number of its military placements during 1967 war as it used to have a significnt presence there.

Nonsense. It is not and never has been the job of the opposition to unthinkingly oppose every single thing the government does - it is the job of the opposition to act as a democratic safeguard, issue by issue.
Which is exactly what Labour party were doing in holding Govt to account, finally you start to accept idea that an opposition has a purpose.

Corbyn allowed a free vote yet is undemocratic, Cameron refused to and he is democratic.

It is rapidly becoming so. As a reference point it has become over used. This action is Syria is not illegal for a start, and the comparisons fall off from there.
Actually it is because the bombing of a sovreign nation is an act or war.
 
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Within the Republican party, which makes you wonder how dim the other party hopefuls actually are.


Or because he repeatedly pulls simple minded stunt like this live on television - anyone who can overlook this un presidential behavior is a moron.

[video=youtube;PX9reO3QnUA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX9reO3QnUA[/video]
So what ?
 

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Because he needed 2 people on it, one for and one against.
But you said he had nothing to do with Labour party - yet now he's the joint chair of defence policy...

The U.S. do not control the UK deterrent btw, but thanks for showing the intellectual level your at.
 

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so..corbyn hasnt stopped a 'war'

is there anything more important?

says it all really...

why vote?
 

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So what ?
You think the U.S. public are stupid enough to vote for a man doing ridiculing impersonations of disabled people whilst sporting a badly fitting hairpiece? The country would die of embarrassment. Clinton will be a shoe in.

It's quite revealing you would find that acceptable behavior in a potential world leader, though.
 

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You think the U.S. public are stupid enough to vote for a man doing mock impersonations of disabled people, while wearing a badly fitting hair piece? The country would die of embarrassment. Clinton will be a shoe in.

It's quite revealing that you find that acceptable behavior in a potential world leader, though.
we all have to accept the behavior of who we vote for... they are pawns... who can really make a difference?
 
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But you said he had nothing to do with Labour party - yet now he's the joint chair of defence policy...

The U.S. do not control the UK deterrent btw, but thanks for showing the intellectual level your at.
Livingstone is not an MP so has no role in Labour party, being asked to be part of a review is it.

Afraid you really don't know how Trident works.

UK is wholly reliant on US for everything to do with the missiles with Malcolm Rifkind admitting that if and when US refused support UK would be non operational in weeks, therefore US do control the missiles.
 
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You think the U.S. public are stupid enough to vote for a man doing ridiculing impersonations of disabled people whilst sporting a badly fitting hairpiece? The country would die of embarrassment. Clinton will be a shoe in.

It's quite revealing you would find that acceptable behavior in a potential world leader, though.
Well they voted for a Rapist, they voted for a Liar, they voted for a War Mongerer, they voted for someone selling arms to US enemy, they voted for someone who allowed an attack on US soil, they voted for a community organiser with zero experience.................. Trump maybe a lot of things but don't believe he has done any of the above.
 

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Livingstone is not an MP so has no role in Labour party, being asked to be part of a review is it.
He is chairing the Parliamentary partys defence review, er, that's quite a top job in the Labour party - especially for someone you claim is no longer anything to do with the party.
 

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Absolutely. I've said before that because he's supportive of the Palestinian people he's a marked man. The Zionists control the media, and with him being anti-establishment, anti-war and anti-US Hegemony also, he's facing an almost impossible task.
Blow that dog-whistle good and hard now, why don't you?

Jesus wept. Did you ever think you'd see the day those calling themselves socialist would be the ones parroting anti-Semitic tropes...?
 

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Well they voted for a Rapist, they voted for a Liar, they voted for a War Mongerer, they voted for someone selling arms to US enemy, they voted for someone who allowed an attack on US soil, they voted for a community organiser with zero experience.................. Trump maybe a lot of things but don't believe he has done any of the above.
A Senator is someone with zero experience, now?
 

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To be fair he is the elected leader. Unfortunately for him he got hardly any votes in the parliamentary party which is dominated by people who know what it takes to get elected to Parliament.
Fixed. HTH.
 

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While I did not want Corbyn elected leader and I am of the view that he has to be removed if Labour want to win the next election, the article about fears of deselection seems to me to be nothing more than briefing by rival MPs.
 


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