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26 Mar 2020 21:21 #1 by Laffy

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26 Mar 2020 22:14 #2 by Chilledsilly
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Lord Laffy ...should get over Corbyn, he hasn't been in power...he should look closer at his Tory boy friends friends ...
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27 Mar 2020 07:42 #3 by Laffy
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There is an article in the Telegraph today on the Left politicising the virus.Kahn and Ashworth being the main culprits.They clearly scent an opportunity to reopen the socialism debate squashed in December.

The Corbyn article is a very funny précis of the utter calamity that Corbyn is and why Boris got an 80 seat majority and Labour has its worst result in nearly a century-it’s meant to be amusing rather than a serious political piece.

Boris is doing a fine job in the appalling crisis-and his approval ratings suggests the country is behind him.

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27 Mar 2020 07:53 #4 by Bruntonpasty
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In general Boris is an utter buffoon but, the general silence from the opposition tells me they had nothing better they could offer.....carry on.

They don't like it up 'em!

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27 Mar 2020 08:10 #5 by Chilledsilly
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3 weeks to late ...
How many lives has that decision cost ??
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27 Mar 2020 08:20 #6 by orfc
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Away n shite, if corbyn had done the same things Boris had done during this crisis you'd hear the howls from the boards Tory boys about "magic money trees" on Neptune
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27 Mar 2020 08:42 #7 by Laffy
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Fake news Chilled-you have as much idea as I do about the impact the planning is making.

I do disagree with the packages for employees and self employed-as I said last night to Barry, would have been better just sticking money in everyone’s bank accounts-instead we are stuck with grit in the Civil service.

Whoever is in charge, you have to throw money at it.The problem is Corbyn wanted to throw money at it before it existed!

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27 Mar 2020 08:48 #8 by Mush
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Laffy wrote: There is an article in the Telegraph today on the Left politicising the virus.Kahn and Ashworth being the main culprits.They clearly scent an opportunity to reopen the socialism debate squashed in December.

The Corbyn article is a very funny précis of the utter calamity that Corbyn is and why Boris got an 80 seat majority and Labour has its worst result in nearly a century-it’s meant to be amusing rather than a serious political piece.

Boris is doing a fine job in the appalling crisis-and his approval ratings suggests the country is behind him.

The Tories won the so easily because it was about Brexit not an election. It has been a terrible year, just give it a rest maybe.
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27 Mar 2020 09:11 #9 by Markovitch
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Corbyn for me was one of the greatest tragedies in modern politics. His crime was he was honest. He worked tirelessly for his constituents, including all racial groups and the Jews. He took no money from outside Parliament, and he couldn't be bought. May who lost 114 paedo files, Johnson who takes hundreds of thousands from the Telegraph and beat up his mistress when she caught him shagging another woman, Farage 600k a year from Rupert Murdoch and in the bottom 10 attendance records at the European Parliament. All bought and sold by corporate interests. Corbyn couldn't be bought, so they dragged him through the mud.

If he was managing the crisis now one thing is guaranteed, he would do the best for the people
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27 Mar 2020 09:19 #10 by Laffy
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He’s a total [censored] loser Marko-his greatest ‘achievement’ being to hand Boris an enormous majority and destroy his own party.Losers don’t lead countries-they destroy them

Meanwhile his deputy, ex football hooligan and mortgage difficulties chairman Ian Lavery has told his party that the virus gives his beleaguered party the opportunity of a lifetime to make a comeback!

And we wonder why we lost faith in politicians.
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27 Mar 2020 09:24 #11 by topstepwhinger
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Corbyn and managing a crisis has, and now never will be heard in the same sentence.
Just thank God he did get stuffed in December, as he would already have spaffed any monies up his allotment wall.

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27 Mar 2020 10:08 #12 by Chilledsilly
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Laffy wrote: Fake news Chilled-you have as much idea as I do about the impact the planning is making.

I do disagree with the packages for employees and self employed-as I said last night to Barry, would have been better just sticking money in everyone’s bank accounts-instead we are stuck with grit in the Civil service.

Whoever is in charge, you have to throw money at it.The problem is Corbyn wanted to throw money at it before it existed!



Just about had it up to my neck with politics !
But ... not fake news ..Lord

Johnson has been dealt a bad hand ,but I've disagreed with almost everything hes done so far...
Didn't need to supplement 80% wages
Did need to help ( ALL )... self employed not just some
Should have acted at least 3 weeks before he did ( as agreed around the world by experts.. ie he made a grave mistake not using the window that could be clearly seen what was needed by Italy Spain etc )
Shouldn't have allowed football matches and cheltenham etc to go ahead... desisions built on finance .
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Should have demanded and acted instead of advising ... ( people still dont know who can go to work ,who cant and what they are allowed to do )
Supermarkets should have been marshalled...
As for Brexit ...it wasnt a good idea before it's going to be a hell of a lot worse one now.....

So without politicising this debate , I think I've more than enough right to bring up his ( massive .. in my opinion ),shortfallings when
1 he is costing lives with his poor leadership
2 ... when people start lording how bad the opposition were and how good the PM has done ....

Lord Laffy ... stop worrying about Corbyn...he isn't the one that landed this country where it is after 10 years ...
Teresa May would have done a better job ( in my opinion) ..
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27 Mar 2020 10:10 #13 by Dancingbear
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Bit desperate having pops at Corbyn now. He’s not never has or never will be in power. Very poor timing in the middle of a global pandemic but suppose it’s to be expected from the resident tories.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!
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27 Mar 2020 10:16 #14 by Markovitch
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Stalin, Hitler, Mao Zedong, Pol Pot. All lead their parties to sweeping victories. Not so great for the man in the street.

And all backed by an uncritical press

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27 Mar 2020 10:43 #15 by CarlisleWhite
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Does Russian TV or the Iran state broadcaster not count then Marko?
£20K payments each time wasn't it?
Think he has done more to destroy the Labour party than any leader they have ever had, which is some feat.

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27 Mar 2020 10:45 #16 by CarlisleWhite
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Dancingbear wrote: Bit desperate having pops at Corbyn now. He’s not never has or never will be in power. Very poor timing in the middle of a global pandemic but suppose it’s to be expected from the resident tories.

DB - the resident commy on here brought him up, or did you miss that?

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27 Mar 2020 11:25 #17 by Laffy
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I brought it up by publishing a sketch article from the Times-it was very much a tongue in cheek article.

We are in fact all in this together-lobbing hand grenades from left and right is unhelpful.

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27 Mar 2020 11:45 #18 by carwash
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Markovitch wrote: Stalin, Hitler, Mao Zedong, Pol Pot. All lead their parties to sweeping victories. Not so great for the man in the street.

And all backed by an uncritical press


Pol Pot never fought a public election. He rose to power in a party that was already in control of Cambodia.

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27 Mar 2020 12:07 #19 by thesilentone
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Corbyn's legacy is the untold damage he has done to the Labour Party.

They are no longer a serious Political Party, but more like a Cult who are unelectable, this can only be bad for us all.

Starmer is more of a diplomat, however his card will have been marked by the lefties like McClunky. So no going back to the middle ground= years in the wilderness.

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27 Mar 2020 12:13 #20 by Dancingbear
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CarlisleWhite wrote:

Dancingbear wrote: Bit desperate having pops at Corbyn now. He’s not never has or never will be in power. Very poor timing in the middle of a global pandemic but suppose it’s to be expected from the resident tories.

DB - the resident commy on here brought him up, or did you miss that?


Laffy isn’t a commie is he? I don’t think this is a party political time. I’d say the chancellor is speaking very well.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!
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27 Mar 2020 13:25 #21 by CarlisleWhite
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Dancingbear wrote:

CarlisleWhite wrote:

Dancingbear wrote: Bit desperate having pops at Corbyn now. He’s not never has or never will be in power. Very poor timing in the middle of a global pandemic but suppose it’s to be expected from the resident tories.

DB - the resident commy on here brought him up, or did you miss that?


Laffy isn’t a commie is he? I don’t think this is a party political time. I’d say the chancellor is speaking very well.

Yes, you're right. Apologies to Comrade Marko. His comment was in response.
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30 Mar 2020 08:59 #22 by pacirv
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Whoever you back our political systems all over the world are outdated and bust as this disaster shows, if anything it shows that as a species if we are to survive and prosper we have to stop all this nationalistic jingo and work together to deal with things like this and what is to come through our own selfishness. What the world doesn’t need are the Trumps, Putins, Johnson’s etc with their dangerous self interested isolationist policies.

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30 Mar 2020 09:04 #23 by nobbyblue
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Aye Corbyn and McDonnell would have sorted this out a lot better.

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30 Mar 2020 16:00 #24 by Mush
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I thought the Tories were carrying out what Corbyn suggested?

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02 Apr 2020 09:34 #25 by yoonited
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02 Apr 2020 10:30 #26 by Dancingbear
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Mainstream papers slating the government today


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02 Apr 2020 11:24 #27 by Markovitch
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The Tories who have taken away bursaries, stripped funding, cut hospital beds put up the slogan Protect the NHS!! FFS

4x the deaths in France, 3x those in Germany. Oh the looney lefties

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02 Apr 2020 17:28 #28 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Dancingbear wrote: Mainstream papers slating the government today


The guy with the glasses on the front of the Metro is the Army bloke I was talking about earlier

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02 Apr 2020 17:36 #29 by Urban Designer
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Jeremy Corbyn is a myth made up to make students vote for Labour. Clip is from BBC's Mash Report with Nish Kumar.

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02 Apr 2020 18:18 #30 by Urban Designer
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