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How the hell have we got to a choice between Corbyn or Johnson

 

I'm quite sure that without each other, neither would be leading parties by now.

Labours Corbyn cock-up enabled Johnson, who is enabling Corbyn.

 

 


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3 hours ago, honeybee13 said:

 

And they want to tear up the Human Rights Act.

 

Yeah, but "get brexit done" and all that rubbish....

 

Also, sadly, a lot of people think human rights are only applicable to those other "people" and only when they're being used for something dastardly 😂

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I actually think although Boris will win a majority, very little of this will come to pass,  I don't think people are voting out of a love for Johnson, only that he appears to be the least worst candidate. He's got potential to be very unpopular, if not now, perhaps in the next few years when we will be approaching 15 years of Tory government.

 

All it takes is a good new Labour leader and the political landscape might look very different in the next few years.  


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Our PM has really covered himself in glory this week, hasn't he?

 

He took away a journalist's phone because the photo on it inconvenienced him and this morning he seems to have hidden in a fridge to avoid a TV interview he didn't want. Very professional.


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None of the Party Leaders have showered themselves in glory, Johnson is a clown, and Corbyn apparently as antisemitic as Hezbollah.


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The other question is. What if Johnson gets a majority? Surely Corbyn will have to go.


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Corbyn will step down straight away if they dint get at least a hung parliament.  If I'm honest, I can see him stepping down if a hung parliament is produced in order for a coalition to be formed.

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If Corbyn did step down, McDonnell might try to take over a Trotskyist replacing a marxist, still the same result though.  As an aside, wonder if they will nationalise bailiffs, with all those exiting new business and other taxes etc to enforce on when they aren't paid due to bankruptcies?


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12 minutes ago, brassnecked said:

If Corbyn did step down, McDonnell might try to take over a Trotskyist replacing a marxist, still the same result though.  As an aside, wonder if they will nationalise bailiffs, with all those exiting new business and other taxes etc to enforce on when they aren't paid due to bankruptcies?

 

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Sadly I think the right will win. In part directly because of leaving the EU but also because people are tired of not seeing the country being governed - they think Brexit then down to running the country. 
 

I am holding my nose and voting tactically , we have a new Tory candidate and a strong LD machine. Labour didn’t even select until the 11th hour 


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15 hours ago, honeybee13 said:

Our PM has really covered himself in glory this week, hasn't he?

 

He took away a journalist's phone because the photo on it inconvenienced him

 

and this morning he seems to have hidden in a fridge to avoid a TV interview he didn't want. Very professional.

 

Good job (for Johnson, not us) that Gove wasn't anywhere nearby eh HB?

 

Everyone would be wondering where Johnson was while Gove was announcing he would stand in until Johnson was found

... whilst leaning against a fridge door ...

 

 

 

and anyone who thinks either of these blots on British Politics will resign under any circumstances is deluded.

They might get thrown out , and claim they resign - but even that is doubtful

Clinging on like a mountain climber clinging to the side of a rockface in an avalanche comes to mind.

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I express my honestly held opinions - they are nothing more or less than that.

... Its just doing some due diligence that makes them seem unusual ...

 

Please don't assume what you see here is what I wrote - At least some of my posts HAVE been edited without my knowledge or agreement - or anything showing people they have been amended

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2 hours ago, brassnecked said:

If Corbyn did step down, McDonnell might try to take over a Trotskyist replacing a marxist, still the same result though.  As an aside, wonder if they will nationalise bailiffs, with all those exiting new business and other taxes etc to enforce on when they aren't paid due to bankruptcies?

 

Surely someone in Labour must realise that they need to change. As much as I hate The Tories and Brexit, it would almost be better if Labour lost really big because it would have more chance of actually evolving into an electable opposition for next time.

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38 minutes ago, London1971 said:

As much as I hate The Tories and Brexit, it would almost be better if Labour lost really big because it would have more chance of actually evolving into an electabel opposition for next time.

 

Similar thoughts here

 

But as I also think both need stopping, and the libdems need more time to build, Johnson is the biggest enemy.

... Which is of course what Corbyn is depending on and the only thing propping him up.

Vicious circle

 


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I'm still sat here wondering why people hate Corbyn so much.  He's the reason I switched from LIb Dem to Labour because he's started talking about the things I've been going on about for years.  Privatisation as the biggest issue.

 

The Lib Dems aren't left enough any more, and have almost merged with the Tories.  In the same way New Labour merged with Thatcherism in the late 90s.

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I'm still sat here wondering why people hate Corbyn so much.  He's the reason I switched from LIb Dem to Labour because he's started talking about the things I've been going on about for years.  Privatisation as the biggest issue.

 

The Lib Dems aren't left enough any more, and have almost merged with the Tories.  In the same way New Labour merged with Thatcherism in the late 90s.

 

Corbyn isn't that bad in my opinion, but he is unelectable, that's why he needs to go.


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3 minutes ago, London1971 said:

 

Corbyn isn't that bad in my opinion, but he is unelectable, that's why he needs to go.

 

Who is electable though?  Another Blairite?  Someone who dresses in a sharp suit, goes through the motions and talks like a robot?  Because I don't see any positive change for Labour .. I'll probably go back to voting Green

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Keir Starmer seems to talk a lot of sense. And there's Emily Thornberry.

 

The problem seems to be the far left clique around Corbyn and their line on Brexit. If he'd been able to say what he thought, it might not be like this.


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13 minutes ago, Jase1982 said:

 

Who is electable though?  Another Blairite?  Someone who dresses in a sharp suit, goes through the motions and talks like a robot?  Because I don't see any positive change for Labour .. I'll probably go back to voting Green

 

Appeals to the middle, that's the way it's always been.  Yup, another Blairite will do it. Sure not perfect but infinitely better than Johnson.


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issue with Corbyn is he is now identified as antisemitic, and any government headed by him could end up with a British Dreyfuss affair.


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29 minutes ago, London1971 said:

 

Appeals to the middle, that's the way it's always been.  Yup, another Blairite will do it. Sure not perfect but infinitely better than Johnson.

+1

 

Far better an elected majority 'Blairite, than any form of elected Johnson or extreme ERG/Thatcherite

.. or any unelectable, undesirable, untrustworthy Marxist/Leninist/loonist

 

Trouble is we are left with choosing/losing our left nut or our right nut at the moment ...

(apologies to the Ladies for one interpretation)

 

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I express my honestly held opinions - they are nothing more or less than that.

... Its just doing some due diligence that makes them seem unusual ...

 

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29 minutes ago, brassnecked said:

issue with Corbyn is he is now identified as antisemitic, and any government headed by him could end up with a British Dreyfuss affair.

 

Yes but Corbyn isn't antisemitic.  That's the thing; I've not seen any specific antisemitism from him .  Several examples of questionable stuff from fringe members of the party, but the way I look at it is that they are representing the British people.  Yes, they should do more to route out these issues that are evident, but I can't see any evidence that Corbyn is anything close to Hitler (As some have tried to say).  In my working life I come up against all the discrimination's you can think of  .... racism, sexism, homophobia... What I mean is that these versions of discrimination are evident throughout society, and everyone should look at themselves before blaming the leader of the Labour party for all racism.   The criticism he has received has been staggering because everyone seems to be outraged whilst at the same time proliferating an atmosphere of discrimination in every day life.... fulled by the Tory party and people like Farage.

 

Why isn't anyone jabbing Farage in the eye and asking him to apologise for all racists?  Yet they're still happy to have him sat in their studios for a friendly chat even though he's not an MP.

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Whatever, 

 

But he (Corbyn) needs to go if Labour achieve anything less than a hung parliament.


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I agree, but it seems that leaders who say they'll stand down decide not to when it comes to the crunch, because they enjoy power.


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That is exactly what they do HB, then you get the whispers, the stalking horses and the backbiting, and the voters suffer for it.


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2 hours ago, London1971 said:

Whatever, 

 

But he (Corbyn) needs to go if Labour achieve anything less than a hung parliament.

 

He already came out and confirmed john McDonnell would take over temporarily if they lost

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