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    Creepy Corbyn....

    ...going to show his new PR face at Glastonbury. This man is a joke, a rabid Commie trying to sound like Mr NiceGuy. Luckily all the yoof, who always lean to the left ( me too ), will learn as they grow up a little that his Labour is more akin to the left of Lenin and full of unfillable promises. Would love to be able to vote Labour again but not with Corbyn, McConnel and The Abbess in charge.
    Wish they had the Drakh Daughters on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahatmafoot View Post
    ...going to show his new PR face at Glastonbury. This man is a joke, a rabid Commie trying to sound like Mr NiceGuy. Luckily all the yoof, who always lean to the left ( me too ), will learn as they grow up a little that his Labour is more akin to the left of Lenin and full of unfillable promises. Would love to be able to vote Labour again but not with Corbyn, McConnel and The Abbess in charge.
    Wish they had the Drakh Daughters on.
    God help us if he ever gets into power. Tax will go up 20 percent to pay for all is giveaways. Turns me off Labour and narrows our choice to Tory or bust.

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    Couldn't agree more gents

    Country will be bankrupt in no time at all and of course it will all be Brexits fault

    And I can't think of a worse person as Home Secretary in charge of the Nations Security than our own Dianne Abbott. Good grief

    I see Marxist McDonnel has called for 1 million to take to the streets next month to riot ...........er sorry I mean demonstrate

    McDonnel............an anarchist if ever there was one

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    Yeh send Mrs Calamity to Glastonbury,she would probably think what a great idea to get people to live in tents,,,,,permanently.


    Tory manifesto comes up with the Right to Buy your Tent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blades58 View Post
    Couldn't agree more gents

    Country will be bankrupt in no time at all ...
    We already are. National Debt at 90% of GDP, Public Sector Borrowing growing at 1bn a month, but the economy is in safe hands, apparantly.

    That's the joy of a 'service based' economy where no-one makes anything, but just adds their costs and passes it on, swamping our competitiveness into a downward spiral as we buy everything from overseas, or export the share dividends for all the public and utility businesses we sold to the French, Spanish and Germans and Yanks. That's why we have a 50bn gap p.a. in what we buy and sell overseas. That's money we export rather than investing in ourselves. HS2? 50bn, trains German, rails and infrastructure French and German, consultancy/software, Yanks. Trident $100bn straight to the Yanks. They must all be peeing themselves for having our pants down so easily. Crazy, crazy, crazy.

    I've no great confidence in the Labour shadow cabinet, but the likes of May, Michael Gove, Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd? Blood and sand. I wouldn't trust them with organising the Church Fete. Is that really the very best we can do, really??

    Oh well, 'strong and stable' government it is, so long as they are supported by the votes of a few fanatical idiots.

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    Don't trust any of them, but I can't believe that anybody who's not still wet behind their ears cant see that the whole Corbyn 'love me I'm a nice right-on guy really' crusade football chanting bollox isn't being choreographed by the far left and unions.

    The Conservatives are pathetic, but I think Corbyn's crew will make things even worse when they get in. I say 'when' because every word any of them utter is about bringing down the government and I don't think they care how they do it, even by anarchy and civil unrest if need be. If a dog got run over on the Cliffe, if would be the hapless May's fault, force her out and force and another election and they don't give a **** who suffers in the process or about the Brexit process. I suspect they they want that to fail and would try to overturn it despite their election mandate.

    Most of their 'new' voters don't have any idea what he's really about, it just sounds good, jam for all and no down side for anybody, but does anybody really think that the super rich and the big companies will stay around to foot the bill or not find a way around it. It's middle England and us the working class who will pay like it always has been. This country is on its knees, Corbyn will finish the job that Blair and Brown started and finish us off.

    I detest the **** and most of his cabinet, but the problem is the other shower are making it easy for them. I wouldn't trust most is our politicians as far as I could throw them but this lot have taken it to a whole new level.

    Anyway I'm done, sorry for the rant, I hate polltics but I trust my judgement. Send it OT please Bully, this is the football section.
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    Che Corbyn targets the young because (1) they don't remember the 70s nor his dubious liaisons (2) they're easily gulled. No serious party offers free tuition fees. To fund that you'd ruin the economy, and that would impact the most on the young who aren't going to uni. But it wins votes, as we saw with Cleggy. Vote for me and you'll win the National Lottery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesHiboux View Post
    Che Corbyn targets the young because (1) they don't remember the 70s nor his dubious liaisons (2) they're easily gulled. No serious party offers free tuition fees. To fund that you'd ruin the economy, and that would impact the most on the young who aren't going to uni. But it wins votes, as we saw with Cleggy. Vote for me and you'll win the National Lottery.

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    Can the mods please explain why they continue to allow such bile on our forum? Opinions are only valid when they are asked. Nobody cares about your right wing political views. This should either be moved to off topic or deleted. End of story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XabiOrbaiz View Post
    Can the mods please explain why they continue to allow such bile on our forum? Opinions are only valid when they are asked. Nobody cares about your right wing political views. This should either be moved to off topic or deleted. End of story.
    Here,here,election's done with for a month or two at least.UTCB

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    Get these silly threads down. This is a blades forum not a britain first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatherKnowsBest View Post
    We already are. National Debt at 90% of GDP, Public Sector Borrowing growing at 1bn a month, but the economy is in safe hands, apparantly.

    That's the joy of a 'service based' economy where no-one makes anything, but just adds their costs and passes it on, swamping our competitiveness into a downward spiral as we buy everything from overseas, or export the share dividends for all the public and utility businesses we sold to the French, Spanish and Germans and Yanks. That's why we have a 50bn gap p.a. in what we buy and sell overseas. That's money we export rather than investing in ourselves. HS2? 50bn, trains German, rails and infrastructure French and German, consultancy/software, Yanks. Trident $100bn straight to the Yanks. They must all be peeing themselves for having our pants down so easily. Crazy, crazy, crazy.

    I've no great confidence in the Labour shadow cabinet, but the likes of May, Michael Gove, Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd? Blood and sand. I wouldn't trust them with organising the Church Fete. Is that really the very best we can do, really??

    Oh well, 'strong and stable' government it is, so long as they are supported by the votes of a few fanatical idiots.
    Could not agree more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesHiboux View Post
    Che Corbyn targets the young because (1) they don't remember the 70s nor his dubious liaisons (2) they're easily gulled. No serious party offers free tuition fees. To fund that you'd ruin the economy, and that would impact the most on the young who aren't going to uni. But it wins votes, as we saw with Cleggy. Vote for me and you'll win the National Lottery.
    This is exactly it. No-one below the age of 30 understands the IRA and all the issues of Northern Ireland.
    Personally I think it's a fantastic idea to spunk away 11 billion a year so some student can sit on their arse for 5 years and come out with a degree in African Pottery painting.
    Joking aside, here's the reality. Mr and Mrs average worker will pay tax to fund this giveaway to students who will then graduate on get a job as Mr and Mrs average workers boss, earning up to 5 times as much as them and have not to worry about the cost of being given tuition at the finest universities in the world for f*ck all. That's Corbyns equality. The man is a f*cking liability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyEdge View Post
    This is exactly it. No-one below the age of 30 understands the IRA and all the issues of Northern Ireland.
    Personally I think it's a fantastic idea to spunk away 11 billion a year so some student can sit on their arse for 5 years and come out with a degree in African Pottery painting.
    Joking aside, here's the reality. Mr and Mrs average worker will pay tax to fund this giveaway to students who will then graduate on get a job as Mr and Mrs average workers boss, earning up to 5 times as much as them and have not to worry about the cost of being given tuition at the finest universities in the world for f*ck all. That's Corbyns equality. The man is a f*cking liability.
    What a load of bolloocks Jonny

    The IRA and the Union paramilitaries stopped being quite so dangerous when we began talking to them and included them in the democratic process. Its the same with all political 'terrorist' organisations. Its about time that we move on from the bomb and the bullet in Northern Ireland. Corbyn never 'supported' the IRA, but he was prepared to talk to them in the early days of the peace process. If you want to go backwards then go on your own, but stop spouting irrelevant out of date crap about the IRA.

    As for students, you seem to have a chip on your shoulder about them too. As I suspect you know, students don't all study African Pottery painting. The large majority spend 3 years studying Maths and Sciences and Engineering and Construction and Architecture and Biological Sciences and Medicine and Business, then they graduate and make a valuable contribution to the society and economy. Mr and Mrs Average Worker aren't going to find a cure for cancer, or become your GP, or build amazing bridges and buildings or develop new products or solve the climate crisis. We've got to leave that job to the kids. You have to keep investing in knowledge and talent. 11bn a year? Jeeze we spunk that away every three months on the Tories version 'austerity light', where the poor get poorer and we still end up bust. Knowledge is power, embrace it.

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    It's funny how the generation who got cheap housing and cheap higher education, when they were young, now describe these things as "sweeties". Clearly they were more entitled to them than then the current young people....

    Or maybe this is the same generation who voted to leave the EU based on lies written on a bus....?


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    Incidentally young are supporting Corbyn because he recognises that there are issues and is trying to offer solutions. All the Tories do, by comparison, is claim everything is fine, "Judge us by our record", and bitch about Corbyn and young people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortontheblade View Post
    It's funny how the generation who got cheap housing and cheap higher education, when they were young, now describe these things as "sweeties". Clearly they were more entitled to them than then the current young people....

    Or maybe this is the same generation who voted to leave the EU based on lies written on a bus....?

    And what did it say on said bus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rav1 View Post
    And what did it say on said bus?
    I'm guessing the 350m a week thing for the NHS. Trouble was that Cameron and the Remain team were intent on telling their own lies, so it was a matter of choosing one pack of lies against another. At no point did anyone on either side actually try to put a balanced case, neither did any of them actually have a clue what 'Brexit' actually entailed for anyone.

    What the feck David Cameron was thinking by calling the vote and giving us the chance to kick him squarely in the knackers, Lord only knows...and then May learns nowt, calls a general election and now it is costing us all 1bn to buy the votes to prop up her discredited government. What a buggers muddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatherKnowsBest View Post
    I'm guessing the 350m a week thing for the NHS. Trouble was that Cameron and the Remain team were intent on telling their own lies, so it was a matter of choosing one pack of lies against another. At no point did anyone on either side actually try to put a balanced case, neither did any of them actually have a clue what 'Brexit' actually entailed for anyone.

    What the feck David Cameron was thinking by calling the vote and giving us the chance to kick him squarely in the knackers, Lord only knows...and then May learns nowt, calls a general election and now it is costing us all 1bn to buy the votes to prop up her discredited government. What a buggers muddle.
    Yep, reckon it was the 350m advert that didn't actually say lets invest 350m a week on the NHS. If only! No, you are bang right, neither side put a balanced case forawrds at all. It was just a muck slinging contest. And as for elections & votes, have they learned NOTHING about the general public from the Boaty McBoatface vote???

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