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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Ofcourse I give a damn about all of us. I like his character. I'm not really the political type and my family have always been conservative supporters
    The Tories, or arbitrary conservatism with a small 'c', is not necessarily 'the answer' either honey - partisan politics is regressive. Corbyn isn't dangerous because he's left wing, he's dangerous because he's a poorly informed ideologue who lacks perspicaciousness/prescience. Consider 'Fourth Way' pragmatic pluralism, for what I believe is, presently, the best route to enlightened and responsible political decision-making
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    The Tories, or arbitrary conservatism with a small 'c', is not necessarily 'the answer' either honey - partisan politics is regressive. Corbyn isn't dangerous because he's left wing, he's dangerous because he's a poorly informed ideologue who lacks perspicaciousness/prescience. Consider 'Fourth Way' pragmatic pluralism, for what I believe is, presently, the best route to enlightened and responsible political decision-making
    But why do you think people support somebody like Corbyn if he's hell bent on destroying the country?
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    But why do you think people support somebody like Corbyn if he's hell bent on destroying the country?
    e.g. economic and international relations and strategic affairs illiteracy, misdirected humanism, 'melting-pot' liberal multicultural white-wash (brain washing of our young to believe that diversity is necessarily good in all forms and that daring to suggest otherwise means you're a Nazi), etc
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    (Original post by gladders)
    You realise Corbyn is eurosceptic, right?
    This.
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    Don't worry, the upcoming Brexit + Financial crisis will see the end of Conservatives as the country is torn up by the SNP.

    Corbyn will get elected in 2020 and begin implementing Agenda 21/2030, all those who resist can be sent to re-education camps.
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Given his intellectual assets, I'm suprised Corbyn is literate and numerate.

    He's a communist/socialist.

    He would give everyone more benefits, increase immigration, increase unemployment and basically bankrupt this country in months.

    At least with Cameron, you get a man who is educated, who is reducing UK debt, immigration and getting more people in employment.

    The capitalist way is the best way and I say this as a labour supporter.
    Debt, deficit and immigration rising... yeah, wonderful job they're doing :yy:
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    The Tories have been a bigger, realistic threat and danger to Britain than Corbyn theoretically will be so I wouldn't worry too much.
 
 
 
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