Jeremy Corbyn should be prime minister

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He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
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jeremy <3
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he’s also a tw*t
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He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
Yeah, he should be prime minister of Elon Musk's mars colony. Shame they won't hurry up and f*ck off over there, without any oxygen.
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Communists and Socialists belong far far far away from politics, preferably in a gulag.
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Yeah, he should be prime minister of Elon Musk's mars colony. Shame they won't hurry up and f*ck off over there, without any oxygen.
u are the wisest person on here
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I think my dog should be PM instead but ok
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(Original post by Purplemonkeys)
He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
cant tell if this is a joke or not
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When do you want him to be prime minister? Have a general election right now to replace Theresa May, or should he be prime minister after Brexit?

In my opinion, we are too far into this 'Brexit mess' to have a change in leadership. It would weaken our position in negotiations with the EU.

(Original post by Purplemonkeys)
He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
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[Citation needed]
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(Original post by Purplemonkeys)
He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
His heart is in the right place. Not so sure about his "logic and reasoning" though.

How, exactly, would he get us our of the Brexit mess, when Parliament cannot agree any course of action?
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(Original post by Purplemonkeys)
He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
is marxism a good ideology, and he's a supporter of Hugo Chavez's politics...
He would be a disaster
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is marxism a good ideology, and he's a supporter of Hugo Chavez's politics...
He would be a disaster
Marxism is a vile and cancerous ideology, hiding behind the farce that 'equality' is good.
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yeah "ideologies" being the key word here. that's all they are, ideologies. But he's too idealistic. in an ideal world, he'd be a great PM. But we're not living in an ideal world, so he's kinda useless.
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Venezuela....

However, on a serious note, disbanding Trident is not in our best interests, and 'equity' should be pursued over equality - we shouldn't hold back success.
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(Original post by Purplemonkeys)
He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
He would get you out of it, but probably not in the way you are hoping. Jeremy is quite happy with Brexit, and if he were afforded the same freedom of thought and expression as the rest of us he would vote to leave with no deal. He has consistently voted against the EU over decades, on the big treaties and the small issues just like the other Bennites (John Mann, Kate Hoey, Dennis Skinner etc). Jeremy is a communist and so his anti-EU position is entirely consistent. His supporters however seem to want to vote for a communist inspired policy, but remain a member which prevents the implementation of the policy which is self-defeating like a Tory running a not-for-profit.
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Marxism is a vile and cancerous ideology, hiding behind the farce that 'equality' is good.
agreed, my point was supposed to be satirical. Somehow everyone recognises this yet some people still jump on the Corbyn-Owen Jones band wagon
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agreed, my point was supposed to be satirical. Somehow everyone recognises this yet some people still jump on the Corbyn-Owen Jones band wagon
Sorry, its pretty hard to tell what actually is satire nowadays.
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youre f*cking vile anglo b*stard
I wonder what country you come from, probably one we have beaten both millitarily and in acomplishments. Oh wait that doesnt narrow it down at all.
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I wonder what country you come from, probably one we have beaten both millitarily and in acomplishments. Oh wait that doesnt narrow it down at all.
Britain
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