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    (Original post by Manchester_123)
    Lies. Tony Blair needs to come back. He wouldn't put up with the left wing garbage Jeremy has done. We stand behind you Tony
    which idiot would vote for him
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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    I'm laughing so hard right now.
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7012821.html

    A Corbyn supporter who doesn't know how extremist Corbyn is.
    How is he an extremist?? I said prove that
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    How is he an extremist?? I said prove that
    An extremist = a person who holds extreme political or religious views, especially one who advocates illegal, violent, or other extreme action. So he isn't an out and out extremist.I provided you with a link showing that Corbyn said those things. His economic policy (if there is one) is a very extreme one amongst economists. I should also give credit to Rakas who pointed out that he is a republican, he sympathised with the IRA and wants to give the Falklands back to Argentina. All very unpopular things with the British public.I shouldn't be having to tell these things to a supposed 'Corbyn supporter'
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    which idiot would vote for him
    Tony won 3 elections, he knows how to rally people. But it's also what the party needs. Party policy has been moving to the left and we should be taking the Labour Party in the opposite direction
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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    An extremist = a person who holds extreme political or religious views, especially one who advocates illegal, violent, or other extreme action. So he isn't an out and out extremist.I provided you with a link showing that Corbyn said those things. His economic policy (if there is one) is a very extreme one amongst economists. I should also give credit to Rakas who pointed out that he is a republican, he sympathised with the IRA and wants to give the Falklands back to Argentina. All very unpopular things with the British public.I shouldn't be having to tell these things to a supposed 'Corbyn supporter'
    So what part of that has Corbyn done to make him an extremist???
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    (Original post by Manchester_123)
    Tony won 3 elections, he knows how to rally people. But it's also what the party needs. Party policy has been moving to the left and we should be taking the Labour Party in the opposite direction
    That labour is a pile of crap. Tories are much better than that ****. Labour ruined this country in the past with PMs like that.
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    So what part of that has Corbyn done to make him an extremist???
    All of it.


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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    All of it.


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    Errr can you explain? I think you're talking rubbish so explain.

    He advocates none of that
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    Errr can you explain? I think you're talking rubbish so explain.

    He advocates none of that
    I provided you with a link on the Hamas issue. I am not going to go over every one of those issues.

    I am not going to go over his policy platforms that you voted for when you made him leader, which you should know or are really misinformed.

    The fact is : you haven't shown me how Corbyn wasn't largely responsible for a Leave vote. You haven't shown me he has been weak leader. And you certainly haven't persuaded me that having him in charge of the Labour Party is a good idea for its future prospects (like I actually care). As you said previously : your opinion is baseless.


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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    I provided you with a link on the Hamas issue. I am not going to go over every one of those issues.

    I am not going to go over his policy platforms that you voted for when you made him leader, which you should know or are really misinformed.

    The fact is : you haven't shown me how Corbyn wasn't largely responsible for a Leave vote. You haven't shown me he has been weak leader. And you certainly haven't persuaded me that having him in charge of the Labour Party is a good idea for its future prospects (like I actually care). As you said previously : your opinion is baseless.


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    Err I didn't vote for him. I said I was a supporter there is a difference
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    Err I didn't vote for him. I said I was a supporter there is a difference
    Not much. You are still advocating the mans ideas and past actions.


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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    Not much. You are still advocating the mans ideas and past actions.


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    You're talking rubbish. I have just turned 16 i cannot vote otherwise i would vote Corbyn for sure
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    You're talking rubbish. I have just turned 16 i cannot vote otherwise i would vote Corbyn for sure
    Supporter/Voter whatever. You want the man to remain in office despite all the faults I've given to you about him. You have given me absolutely no credible counter-argument whatsoever.


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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    Supporter/Voter whatever. You want the man to remain in office despite all the faults I've given to you about him. You have given me absolutely no credible counter-argument whatsoever.


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    You have not given any faults you keep spouting media rhetoric
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    You have not given any faults you keep spouting media rhetoric
    I am not going to bother conversing with you anymore because it has become abundantly clear that you don't respond to points at all. You didn't respond to the faults of the Remain campaign that he evidently failed at. You haven't responded to his weakness in governing his own MPs - but then again you probably think that having 80% of your MPs having no confidence in you is a vote of strength. You barely responded to the fact that all elections/polling done in recent times has shown he is disastrous for Labour's electoral prospects. You ask me to tell you of Corbyn's history - when you yourself should know. Anyone with half a brain cell can just scroll back on this thread to see that all you do is call people's arguments "baseless" or just take one element of the text and go off on a tangent. You then like using buzzwords "media rhetoric" to dismiss arguments - a common feature of the regressive left to avoid justifying your argument (of which there was hardly any).

    When the Labour Party splits I am going to remember the conversation I had with a moronic Corbyn supporter online who saw Corbyn as some sort of messiah who brings the gift of electoral oblivion the party ever so deserves. The Labour Party will take decades to recover.


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    (Original post by MrJAKEE)
    I am not going to bother conversing with you anymore because it has become abundantly clear that you don't respond to points at all. You didn't respond to the faults of the Remain campaign that he evidently failed at. You haven't responded to his weakness in governing his own MPs - but then again you probably think that having 80% of your MPs having no confidence in you is a vote of strength. You barely responded to the fact that all elections/polling done in recent times has shown he is disastrous for Labour's electoral prospects. You ask me to tell you of Corbyn's history - when you yourself should know. Anyone with half a brain cell can just scroll back on this thread to see that all you do is call people's arguments "baseless" or just take one element of the text and go off on a tangent. You then like using buzzwords "media rhetoric" to dismiss arguments - a common feature of the regressive left to avoid justifying your argument (of which there was hardly any).

    When the Labour Party splits I am going to remember the conversation I had with a moronic Corbyn supporter online who saw Corbyn as some sort of messiah who brings the gift of electoral oblivion the party ever so deserves. The Labour Party will take decades to recover.


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    I am tired. 😴
    I was going to respond to your points but I can't think when I'm tired so the response will be delayed.

    By the way the labour party splitting is the fault of the MPs actually .

    Can you please communicate in a civil manner? I don't deserve this just because of what i think. I thought it was a civil discussion... ?

    I apologise if you feel it was my fault but please can we have a respectful discussion going forward. I will listen to what you have to say, thanks very much and good night.
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    Pat Glass resignation 'may be a record' Labour MP Stephen Kinnock on the resignation of Pat Glass."Pat was appointed two days ago. That may be a record."
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    (Original post by welshiee)
    He lost a vote of no confidence to a bunch of self serving Blairites. They're a bunch of Conservatives in red suits pretending to represent the working class. He should just kick all of them out and carry on with the socialist party Labour is.

    If he kicked them all out you'd see all these self serving scumbags for what they are. They'd all join the Lib Dems or the Tories proving they do not care about their political principles but only care about their own careers. If Corbyn is forced out and replaced by a Blairite that is the end of the UK. Absolutely finished.
    This is what I was thinking. I have a lot of issues with Corbyn, but he represents a particular brand of anti-establishment politics. If he makes it through this, it could inspire other anti-establishment politics to come from other parties. If he is forced out by butthurt career politicians then it would be a major setback for that cause.

    If he is replaced, I hope he is replaced by someone who is in politics for the right reasons and who is prepared to hold the Conservatives to account, rather than being replaced by a career politician. Britain needs an opposition party, not a Tory-lite party pretending to be opposition. And this is coming from someone who has never had much sympathy for Labour.
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    So what part of that has Corbyn done to make him an extremist???
    Do you agree that it's an extremist policy to call for all Jews worldwide to be killed? Because Corbyn supports and praises groups that believe in that
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    (Original post by Kryptonian)
    His party is responsible , the stupid MPs resigning who then complain, Corbyn isn't. These MPs have caused all these problems.
    Couldn't agree more. Their political sense is zero. They are holding their membership who back Jeremy Corbyn in contempt. At a time when the British population are suspicious of MPs they decide to disregard the views of their own party members.

    Just when all Labour had to do was sit back and watch the turmoil in the Conservative Party, they decide it would be a good idea to create havoc themselves. New membership is giving new life to moribund branches, the Labour membership continues to grow, the local branch passed a motion insupport of Jeremy Corbyn yesterday!

    The Corbyn policies - nationalisation of the Railways, Gas, Electricity, Water , support for the NHS, are backed even by Telegraph readers.

    These MPs are frightened their private sources of money from Lord Sainsbury, *******en Public Affairs, British Venture Capitalists Association etc. who want to buy the NHS etc. will dry up if they don't work hard enough on their behalf.
    They think to keep the Labour Party out of action for months while they re run a leadership election they can't win , is in the best interests of the country! As if there aren't more important events taking place right now.
 
 
 
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