Revealed: Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell's close IRA links Watch

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When I was discussing with my colleagues what would eventually lead to Corbyn's downfall I thought it would be the links to Hamas but it looks like it's the IRA backing which will eventually bite.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/poli...IRA-links.html

This totally justifies Cam's claim of Corbyn being a risk to Britiain.

Corbyn on the editorial board of the mag

"It mocked Norman, now Lord, Tebbit, the trade secretary who was dug out of the rubble of the Grand Hotel, saying: “Try riding your bike now, Norman.”"
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Corbyn supporters will still make excuses for his disgusting behaviour, speaking at a pro IRA conference just 1 week after the IRA murdered UK soldiers is inexcusable and yet more evidence Corbyn supports everyone that hates Britain. It is very clear Corbyn & McDonnel are raving IRA supporters and clearly supported the bombings & attacks on innocent British people
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This isn't news, we already knew this. They both admitted their links long ago anyway.

I look forward to the 2020 election. Based on the number of votes Labour gets, it will demonstrate how many traitors we truly have in this nation.

Before I wouldn't mind talking to a Labour voter, but now, if they have the cheek to vote for these two men, they are meaningless in my eyes and do not deserve to call themselves British.
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People will find some way to defend his past as long as he shares some of their current political beliefs.
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Aren't students supposed to research things and be well informed. Read a little bit about the NI peace process and you will leant that successive governments were in secret talks with IRA. Not to mention that the Queen is glad handing Martin McGuinness these days.
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Closed for now and then they'll open them up if they ever win an election.

Dangerous people.
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Meh, I think the IRA were legitimately entitled to take up arms, though some of their actions in the Troubles were morally wrong and or strategically stupid. For the record, unlike either the loyalist paramilitaries, or the British forces, the IRA mostly killed combatants, not civilians.
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Yawn yawn yawn.
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(Original post by Ace123)
Corbyn supporters will still make excuses for his disgusting behaviour, speaking at a pro IRA conference just 1 week after the IRA murdered UK soldiers is inexcusable and yet more evidence Corbyn supports everyone that hates Britain. It is very clear Corbyn & McDonnel are raving IRA supporters and clearly supported the bombings & attacks on innocent British people
If they hate Britain so much why have they been MPs for decades? Surely they should have been away drinking the blood of babies and making pipe bombs?


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(Original post by anarchism101)
Meh, I think the IRA were legitimately entitled to take up arms, though some of their actions in the Troubles were morally wrong and or strategically stupid. For the record, unlike either the loyalist paramilitaries, or the British forces, the IRA mostly killed combatants, not civilians.
How about attempted assassinations on British prime ministers?
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Yawn yawn yawn.
You don't have any real principles let's be honest.
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(Original post by KimKallstrom)
How about attempted assassinations on British prime ministers?
What about them?
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You don't have any real principles let's be honest.
I'm not going to hold the opinion of some racist, sexist sociopath who things Conservative party are socialists, in very high regard
Carry on matey.
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How about attempted assassinations on British prime ministers?
Shock horror! Out number one Tory boy is out in force to take the official Tory party line.

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If it was Cameron who said it this attention would not have been drawn up.
(Original post by skeptical_john)
When I was discussing with my colleagues what would eventually lead to Corbyn's downfall I thought it would be the links to Hamas but it looks like it's the IRA backing which will eventually bite.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/poli...IRA-links.html

This totally justifies Cam's claim of Corbyn being a risk to Britiain.

Corbyn on the editorial board of the mag

"It mocked Norman, now Lord, Tebbit, the trade secretary who was dug out of the rubble of the Grand Hotel, saying: “Try riding your bike now, Norman.”"
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I look forward to the 2020 election.
I would love to see an election with Corbyn as labour leader, but I just can't see it happening. :sad:

I think it will become abundantly clear some time before the election that he can't win it, and his stark divisions with his own (parliamentary) party will at that point become more problematic.
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I'm not going to hold the opinion of some racist, sexist sociopath who things Conservative party are socialists, in very high regard
Carry on matey.
Haha the leftie is clearly rustled. Cry more commie.
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Haha the leftie is clearly russled. Cry more commie.
Okay.
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(Original post by Gears265)
This isn't news, we already knew this. They both admitted their links long ago anyway.

I look forward to the 2020 election. Based on the number of votes Labour gets, it will demonstrate how many traitors we truly have in this nation.

Before I wouldn't mind talking to a Labour voter, but now, if they have the cheek to vote for these two men, they are meaningless in my eyes and do not deserve to call themselves British.
Seeing as 99.8% of British people will neither have the chance to vote for Corbyn or McDonnell you'll still have millions of Labour voters to talk to
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(Original post by De Chirico)
People will find some way to defend his past as long as he shares some of their current political beliefs.
kinda like a blue blooded etonian man sticking his **** in a dead pig in a country that voted a dog as the best talent in Britain you mean?

(Original post by KimKallstrom)
How about attempted assassinations on British prime ministers?
Head of a country/organisation is a prime military target for maximum effect, same as bin laden, hussein, Cameron, Obama, Putin etc etc etc as they are in effect those who hold the reins of the military.

As an aside, supporting a cause is not the same as supporting those who carry out acts of terrorism in said causes name.
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