Mate, you're making no sense again, and just saying hysterical stuff. I'm sorry but youd have to be a complete fool to believe it's all Corbyn's fault. What would have happened if hed taken a stronger leave position is that he would have lost votes to someone like the lib dems. He was in a tough position, and I've said before... he gave all the moderate labour MP's every opportunity to work together... but they all one after the other shafted him. Jeremy Corbyn has worked all his life to better the lives of people less fortunate, and all this rubbish about extreme left taking over is nonsense. What's extreme about wanting to end poverty, and dealing with homelessness. Pointing out the downfall of privatisation and how its having a negative effect on civilisation. Dealing with the housing crisis.. I dont see what's so extreme... we've all just been living in a free market capitalist world for so long..
I had a conversation with someone I work with (who voted tory) yesterday and she was arguing for equal pay, or better pay for NHS staff. She's spoken about ending homelessness. Pointing out that we just had a chance to elect a socialist who would actually deal with these issues is just white noise because everyone thinks all politicians are the same. Centre ground politics has warped reality and distorted the narrative so that people cant see a different way out... coupled with first past the post it just makes our politics and society so unequal
That makes about 9 of you then.
You, Corbyn, Dianne Abbott, perhaps two others in the shadow cabinet and perhaps 4 of the handful of remaining members of the NEC
MacDonnell has at least had the decency to step out of the cabinet ... mind you thats after he got blamed for Corbyns failures by noisy handful of rampant corbynistas
Jase, I agree about the elite taking control, not that the Tories think they're the elite. According to them the eilite are a group I possibly don't understand, who are against what the Tories are doing.
I think we should be worried about the courts, parliament [he already prorogued it once and Bercow has gone], Channel4, the BBC and others.