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    You mean a Britain that's worse for white working class people.. LOL
    You mean building a Britain that's less British. A Britain with no sovereignty ? providing labour will no doubt take us back into the EU.
    A Britain that's a meaningless state in a big country, replacing British people with foreigners.
    Oh and making people poorer to get more votes and re elected in the process.
    I'll pass thanks.
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    Congratulations all Corbynistas! You have officially voted for the demise of the Labour Party.

    The Conservative Party is once again the only viable option for a safe, secure and economically stable Britain, roll on a 400+ seat majority for Theresa May at the next general election!

    Vote Conservative
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    All we need is general strikes. Momentum can start these endorsed by Corbyn. A momentum youth crew can help.

    Just imagine if every place closed and went on strike for one day, schools, power stations, supermarkets, shops, then it would shake the government.
    Repeat it once a month, then more frequently and a General Election will be called. People won't want to go through these strikes again and will vote labour.

    Job done

    Old labour would never have done this under Milliband, Brown, Blair or Kinnock.
    Corbyn could....
    "General strikes" you say. "Job done" you say. Or not as the case me

    The cerebrally challenged have taken over the asylum
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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    Will these children be taught to inform on their parents if they criticise the Blessed Jeremy?

    Momentum Kids would be utterly horrifying and sinister if Corbyn & Co weren't completely incompetent and Momentum most likely having hit its ceiling at around 18,000 members.

    Your hope that somehow you can propagandise millions of people into following you, and that will create enough Labour voters to win an election, is completely delusional. You sound like you are 15 years old, though when I was 15 I wasn't that childish.



    People don't want political parties to be flooding into their communities, poking around, adopting this false sense of a kind of lovely, benevolent movement where everyone will dance around the Maypole and worship the great leader. It's a delusional fantasy.

    Most people these days want politicians who are competent, somewhat technocratic, who will manage the business of government so people can get on with their lives. They don't want a bunch of busybodies haranguing them to get involved in "community activities". The fact that a very small number of hard left fringe activists think this is a great idea does not mean that normal people will be interested in it.

    In any case, Momentum can't even convince 15% of those who voted for Corbyn to join their *****y movement. How on earth are you going to achieve your goal of pushing yourself into the centre of of people's lives and having all community activities conducted through Momentum?



    :lol: You sound mentally ill. Momentum isn't even 5% of Labour members, let alone of Labour voters, let alone all voters, let alone the entire country. You aren't even a majority of Corbyn supporters.



    It probably will for people who don't like thinking for themselves and want to be told what to do.



    You need professional help. Even Corbyn supporters are going to view you as, at best, 'eccentric'.

    (JamesN88 Check out this madness dude. It's hilarious)
    Youths will join momentum in the same way they support football teams. The comradeship on a Saturday afternoon you see with football supporters will be an attraction to join. Its this comradeship that will build community events and win over popular support. All communities even in the most Tory areas will have a momentum crew officer.

    How do we gain powerful opposition and a chance of winning the election?
    General strikes where every place closes (private sector or public, from civil service to small businesses) for one day a month will help in powerful opposition until the government negotiates in cancelling their unfair policies, cuts etc or yields to give a general election. Momentum crew reps can help encourage workers to strike telling them the advantages.

    That's how labour can win!

    Old labour under Milliband, Brown, Blair and Kinnock would never have supported strikes like this. In that sense they were a weak opposition.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Youths will join momentum in the same way they support football teams. The comradeship on a Saturday afternoon you see with football supporters will be an attraction to join. Its this comradeship that will build community events and win over popular support. All communities even in the most Tory areas will have a momentum crew officer.

    How do we gain powerful opposition and a chance of winning the election?
    General strikes where every place closes (private sector or public, from civil service to small businesses) for one day a month will help in powerful opposition until the government negotiates in cancelling their unfair policies, cuts etc or yields to give a general election. Momentum crew reps can help encourage workers to strike telling them the advantages.

    That's how labour can win!

    Old labour under Milliband, Brown, Blair and Kinnock would never have supported strikes like this. In that sense they were a weak opposition.
    You honestly are mad.
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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    Will these children be taught to inform on their parents if they criticise the Blessed Jeremy?

    Momentum Kids would be utterly horrifying and sinister if Corbyn & Co weren't completely incompetent and Momentum most likely having hit its ceiling at around 18,000 members.

    Your hope that somehow you can propagandise millions of people into following you, and that will create enough Labour voters to win an election, is completely delusional. You sound like you are 15 years old, though when I was 15 I wasn't that childish.



    People don't want political parties to be flooding into their communities, poking around, adopting this false sense of a kind of lovely, benevolent movement where everyone will dance around the Maypole and worship the great leader. It's a delusional fantasy.

    Most people these days want politicians who are competent, somewhat technocratic, who will manage the business of government so people can get on with their lives. They don't want a bunch of busybodies haranguing them to get involved in "community activities". The fact that a very small number of hard left fringe activists think this is a great idea does not mean that normal people will be interested in it.

    In any case, Momentum can't even convince 15% of those who voted for Corbyn to join their *****y movement. How on earth are you going to achieve your goal of pushing yourself into the centre of of people's lives and having all community activities conducted through Momentum?



    :lol: You sound mentally ill. Momentum isn't even 5% of Labour members, let alone of Labour voters, let alone all voters, let alone the entire country. You aren't even a majority of Corbyn supporters.



    It probably will for people who don't like thinking for themselves and want to be told what to do.



    You need professional help. Even Corbyn supporters are going to view you as, at best, 'eccentric'.

    (JamesN88 Check out this madness dude. It's hilarious)

    Not got it yet ?

    Have you read between the lines yet. Did teachers ever tell you to see implicit meanings? Politics is a game of poker, it's bluffing pretending to be something you're not.

    Has anyone heard of Alan Bleasdales mini series 'GBH' in the early 1990s? I saw it for the first time at college last term.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/G.B.H._(TV_series)

    Michael Murray (Robert Lindsay) was a hard left wing labour mayor who launched general strikes. He was befriended by these two militant thugs who started pulling increasingly militant activities. Murray thought they were true Marxists and went along with them.

    I turned out that these two thugs were government agents MI5 or something in disguise.
    They destroyed Murray and his movement.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    With momentum youth, society can be influenced to support modern labour thinking and ideology. Teachers can be influenced by their pupils and communities can better understand labours ideas. Schools can have their own Momentum crews all over Britain, informing teachers to tell pupils that labour is good. A system where pupils get to vote the best teacher. Ones with lowest score go back to PGCE training.

    Crews will spread through the community, helping with posters and events that bring the community together. It's this kind of thing that leads to people having a sense of belonging and believing in the labour way.

    People can either be part of the movement with the majority or be on their own against the movement, but it will be far more comfortable to be in.

    Youths can be very energetic in communities and encourage support among people for the correct team and that's labour!

    With all this effort we can gain more voters and a sense of loyalty.
    This sounds utterly terrifying. Like a 70s sci-fi horror like Logan's Run, Westworld or Stepford Wives..........

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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    With momentum youth, society can be influenced to support modern labour thinking and ideology. Teachers can be influenced by their pupils and communities can better understand labours ideas. Schools can have their own Momentum crews all over Britain, informing teachers to tell pupils that labour is good. A system where pupils get to vote the best teacher. Ones with lowest score go back to PGCE training.

    Crews will spread through the community, helping with posters and events that bring the community together. It's this kind of thing that leads to people having a sense of belonging and believing in the labour way.

    People can either be part of the movement with the majority or be on their own against the movement, but it will be far more comfortable to be in.

    Youths can be very energetic in communities and encourage support among people for the correct team and that's labour!

    With all this effort we can gain more voters and a sense of loyalty.
    Sounds like exactly how the most dreadful dictatorships of history operated, which sounds about right given the circumstances.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Our party now moves in a new direction towards a brighter fairer world
    No they've gone backwards because they won't get elected. 85 from 89 polls before the EU referendum had Labour behind. Corbyn is the worst rated opposition leader in the history of polling.

    Labours centrism was a failure. It led to less support.
    Please explain how winning 3 elections equates to less support.

    Now thousands of young idealist supporters are following labour under Corbyn.They voted for Corbyn.
    Young idealists are usually out of touch with the real world.

    They want a better Britian,
    A meaningless platitude since they've all but guaranteed a Tory victory.

    free university tuition, nationalised railways,
    So did Owen Smith.

    a free NHS
    It's already free.

    and an end to all airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
    And let IS expand their territory unchallenged?Besides in your other rambling threads about Syria you lament the supposed lack of support against IS as the reason that they're winning(despite the fact they're clearly not winning, in part because of Western airstrikes).

    The momentum movement is already creating a youth wing to get youngsters interested in politics and influence their parents and teachers with the right ideas and thoughts and who knows influence local authorities too! Youth directed governance would be a great idea. Britain is not short of energetic youths to help spread the word.
    They can be our voice with momentum groups in all schools and influencing surrounding communities. Ensuring people do the correct thing and notifying them of their mistakes.

    The left in Britain is coming back to life because of years of Tory austerity cuts, rightwing attitudes, Brexit racism etc. Labour has a huge number of new members a sign that its doing something right.

    Together we can build a better Britain for all.

    Labour Yes we can and yes we damn well will !
    No, just no. I don't even know where to begin with this.

    It's terrifying that you'll be eligible to vote next year.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    With momentum youth, society can be influenced to support modern labour thinking and ideology. Teachers can be influenced by their pupils and communities can better understand labours ideas. Schools can have their own Momentum crews all over Britain, informing teachers to tell pupils that labour is good. A system where pupils get to vote the best teacher. Ones with lowest score go back to PGCE training.
    90% sure this is satire
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    (Original post by Buymoria)
    90% sure this is satire
    The crazy thing is it actually isn't, this is normal for the OP.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Not got it yet ?
    That you're trolling?
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    No they've gone backwards because they won't get elected. 85 from 89 polls before the EU referendum had Labour behind. Corbyn is the worst rated opposition leader in the history of polling.

    Please explain how winning 3 elections equates to less support.

    Young idealists are usually out of touch with the real world.

    A meaningless platitude since they've all but guaranteed a Tory victory.

    So did Owen Smith.

    It's already free.

    And let IS expand their territory unchallenged?Besides in your other rambling threads about Syria you lament the supposed lack of support against IS as the reason that they're winning(despite the fact they're clearly not winning, in part because of Western airstrikes).

    No, just no. I don't even know where to begin with this.

    It's terrifying that you'll be eligible to vote next year.
    Well said, an excellent rebuke. This guy makes most hard leftists seem stable by comparison (though this kind of nonsense is increasing)
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Our party now moves in a new direction towards a brighter fairer world. Labours centrism was a failure. It led to less support.

    Now thousands of young idealist supporters are following labour under Corbyn. They voted for Corbyn. They want a better Britian, free university tuition, nationalised railways, a free NHS, and an end to all airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.

    The momentum movement is already creating a youth wing to get youngsters interested in politics and influence their parents and teachers with the right ideas and thoughts and who knows influence local authorities too! Youth directed governance would be a great idea. Britain is not short of energetic youths to help spread the word.
    They can be our voice with momentum groups in all schools and influencing surrounding communities. Ensuring people do the correct thing and notifying them of their mistakes.

    The left in Britain is coming back to life because of years of Tory austerity cuts, rightwing attitudes, Brexit racism etc. Labour has a huge number of new members a sign that its doing something right.

    Together we can build a better Britain for all.

    Labour Yes we can and yes we damn well will !
    You will never have power again. LOOL
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    Why don't you just be done with it and rename Labour to the Islamic Communist party
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    With momentum youth, society can be influenced to support modern labour thinking and ideology. Teachers can be influenced by their pupils and communities can better understand labours ideas. Schools can have their own Momentum crews all over Britain, informing teachers to tell pupils that labour is good. A system where pupils get to vote the best teacher. Ones with lowest score go back to PGCE training.

    Crews will spread through the community, helping with posters and events that bring the community together. It's this kind of thing that leads to people having a sense of belonging and believing in the labour way.

    People can either be part of the movement with the majority or be on their own against the movement, but it will be far more comfortable to be in.

    Youths can be very energetic in communities and encourage support among people for the correct team and that's labour!

    With all this effort we can gain more voters and a sense of loyalty.
    You forgot scrap Trident but how will a unilaterally disarmed UK deal with...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjuNuqIev8M&app=desktop

    Corbyn/Momentum supporters are like the Pied Piper of Hamlyn's children.
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    I must say, I'm very relieved that Corbyn isn't leading the country through negotiating leaving the EU.
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    (Original post by Jee1)
    YES I hope now there is a General election so we finally can get rid of the conservatives
    Don't look at the polls.
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    (Original post by JohnGreek)
    The OP reads like an article written by a 13 year old for her school newspaper.
    OP was (presumably) born in 1999 and is 17 at the oldest. The stereotype of being young and foolishly idealistic is being shown to be true here.*
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Our party now moves in a new direction towards a brighter fairer world. Labours centrism was a failure. It led to less support.

    Now thousands of young idealist supporters are following labour under Corbyn. They voted for Corbyn. They want a better Britian, free university tuition, nationalised railways, a free NHS, and an end to all airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.

    The momentum movement is already creating a youth wing to get youngsters interested in politics and influence their parents and teachers with the right ideas and thoughts and who knows influence local authorities too! Youth directed governance would be a great idea. Britain is not short of energetic youths to help spread the word.
    They can be our voice with momentum groups in all schools and influencing surrounding communities. Ensuring people do the correct thing and notifying them of their mistakes.

    The left in Britain is coming back to life because of years of Tory austerity cuts, rightwing attitudes, Brexit racism etc. Labour has a huge number of new members a sign that its doing something right.

    Together we can build a better Britain for all.

    Labour Yes we can and yes we damn well will !
    excellent go further to the fringe and insane far-left where you are obsessed with migration and islam, and hamas supporting.
 
 
 
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