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Jeremy Corbyn at Glastonbury

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posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:14 PM
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a reply to: zerozero00

I'm glad you felt inspired by Jezza, I'm not even close to 50 but my political beliefs have never been stronger. As I've said before in other threads I voted labour several times in the past and was a long standing member of Unite, Jezza inspired me to cancel my membership. He is weak and his moral high ground is a danger to the nation.

Equally I believe the last few months have shown May to be a disaster too. Seems to be a theme in most elections these days - the choice sucks.




posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:20 PM
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a reply to: eletheia

The whole banking system is screwed despite the new protective measures. Everything is based on a gigantic property bubble that nobody can afford to burst. This is massively propped up by the London bubble- and by bubble I mean money laundering cesspool.



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:28 PM
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a reply to: DrBobH

Listen!

These are new times, great times!
The last 40 years of neoliberalism has to come to an end cronyism and elitism are old school capitalism has certainly had its day, socialism is the only way forward if we are to protect the interests of the people instead of the few rich that the last 40 yrs of governments have been looking after

You can not say we have seen a "Corbyn" and what he stands for in the last 40 years, I'd call you a liar
So, you can not measure how successful he'd be as we've never seen anything like it, you cant compare him with any other socialist leader in history...don't worry you'll be ok, £10 min wage, fully funded NHS, less involvement in unnecessary wars, better train services and national bank belonging to the people instead of privately owned

Corbyn The man has argued and stood up against corruption and everything that's wrong with British politics for 35yrs...why do you think he'd be any different now?
Or is that something you disagree with?



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:32 PM
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originally posted by: DrBobH

The whole banking system is screwed despite the new protective measures. Everything is based on a gigantic property bubble that nobody can afford to burst. This is massively propped up by the London bubble- and by bubble I mean money laundering cesspool.


There is a lot of sleight of hand and corporate swindling going on, in the

manner of the Robert Maxwell swindle with the use of pension funds etc.


Slightly off topic but this business of the high rise housing with multi

million ££'s for refurbishing and the use of cheaper materials (banned

materials in many cases) there will have been major *back handers* to over

paid counclers and corrupt building corporations etc.



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:37 PM
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originally posted by: DrBobH
a reply to: zerozero00

I'm glad you felt inspired by Jezza, I'm not even close to 50 but my political beliefs have never been stronger. As I've said before in other threads I voted labour several times in the past and was a long standing member of Unite, Jezza inspired me to cancel my membership. He is weak and his moral high ground is a danger to the nation.

Equally I believe the last few months have shown May to be a disaster too. Seems to be a theme in most elections these days - the choice sucks.



Haha...for real?

You talk utter nonsense, the guy is made of stainless steal and makes thatcher look like the ironing lady, he's had 170 of his own MP's stab him in the back because they are all bought by Israel, Big Pharma, War Machine, Banking...you get my drift?...The MSM had tried to smear him for 2 years with complete failure...the Labour party membership is the biggest in Europe because of him and you call him weak??...whats strong then???...Bliar??
Why?
Why?

Well I've never voted Labour in my life as I've always understood that " It don't matter who you vote for as they still get in"
We've never had a fair voting system or a political system, always for the rich and stuff the poor...nows the chance to change that and you turn your back on him??...Do you read the Daily Fail??



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:43 PM
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a reply to: zerozero00

I'll agree there has never been a Labour like Jezza. That's probably a good thing given some of his leanings. He thinks he's Robin Hood and a Diane Abbott is his Maid Marian. The man would destroy the country or give it away.



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:46 PM
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a reply to: DrBobH

Well after reading the comments in this thread I'm shocked at the lack of knowledge or understanding of Jeremy Corbyn...just snide snippets that have been bumped around the MSM for 2 years, sad to see so many closed and brainwashed minds that will eventually help to keep us enslaved for the next coming years!

I've not seen one not one thing anyone has on him that isn't BS, out of context, manipulation of truth or damn right lies...the guy is our(poor/common man/99%) way out


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posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:50 PM
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I'm glad you like him so much, tell you what let's revisit this thread in 5 years and you can rub my face in his awesomeness. He'll be the new Nick Clegg



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:50 PM
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originally posted by: DrBobH
a reply to: zerozero00

I'll agree there has never been a Labour like Jezza. That's probably a good thing given some of his leanings. He thinks he's Robin Hood and a Diane Abbott is his Maid Marian. The man would destroy the country or give it away.


A * for the laugh ..... Well she has been in bed with him!!

How can you judge a man with such poor taste ....



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 06:50 PM
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a reply to: zerozero00

I'm glad you like him so much, tell you what let's revisit this thread in 5 years and you can rub my face in his awesomeness. He'll be the new Nick Clegg



posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 07:01 PM
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originally posted by: DrBobH
a reply to: zerozero00

I'm glad you like him so much, tell you what let's revisit this thread in 5 years and you can rub my face in his awesomeness. He'll be the new Nick Clegg



Haha...Already been doing that to Blue Labour/Blairites and other right wing people who said he'd get annihilated in the GE, said we'd have a Tory Govmt for 40years...FFS stop reading right wing press run by billionaires who hate him...eh I wonder why?
I'll come back before the end of the year hopefully

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posted on Jun, 24 2017 @ 07:06 PM
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originally posted by: DrBobH
a reply to: zerozero00

I'll agree there has never been a Labour like Jezza. That's probably a good thing given some of his leanings. He thinks he's Robin Hood and a Diane Abbott is his Maid Marian. The man would destroy the country or give it away.


Sad sad man

You cant think for yourself and have to get your opinion from MSM, and pretty poor humour it is too
I thought ATS was about denying ignorance??...Haha...lost on you
One day you will look back and feel really silly...or maybe not, you'll do what most do and go into denial and say you have always supported him...



posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 01:28 AM
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For the record I rate politicians of all stripe alongside lawyers and dog faeces. Corbyn does seem to have some morality, but like all Labour politicians he thinks unicorns # economic skittles.

He also cosied up to terrorist murderers, and has slept with the revolting sub-human racist Dianne Abbot (spits in disgust). Any nominal male that would sleep with that abomination, and let it on to his front bench should never be allowed to hold office.



posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 03:28 AM
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originally posted by: CulturalResilience
For the record I rate politicians of all stripe alongside lawyers and dog faeces. Corbyn does seem to have some morality, but like all Labour politicians he thinks unicorns # economic skittles.

He also cosied up to terrorist murderers, and has slept with the revolting sub-human racist Dianne Abbot (spits in disgust). Any nominal male that would sleep with that abomination, and let it on to his front bench should never be allowed to hold office.


What a load of utter nonsense again!
Cosied up to terrorists?...You mean he was an integral part of the "Good Friday Agreement"?...You mean he is an advocate of peace?...You mean he was and is sympathetic to freedom fighters?...as I am, You guys don't seem to have any true knowledge of Corbyn at all...Just rehashed sound bites!

The man has morals and integrity unlike any other politician I've ever seen!
The Labour Party manifesto is completely costed so why do people keep repeating MSM BS?

You're all are pretty sick repeating misogyny and racism that seams to be acceptable on ATS today
Not a comforting situation at all, I don't do racists, bigots, misogynists, xenophobes, homophobes or any other type of blatant out and out discrimination !!
Diane Abbott has stood for the good of man all her life, ok, I know she isn't perfect unlike some of you slagging her off on here is but we all cant be perfect can we?

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posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 04:04 AM
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For most of those cheering on Corbyn at Glastonbury yesterday, he appears to be the new messiah for them. I am also guessing most of the soap dodger student types who voted for him only did so because social media told them to do so, which seems to be the way to mobilise them these days!

What has struck me though is the similarity between last years US election and the recent UK one, in that the losing side - the one all the SJW's and "progressives" support - seems to be whining like crazy that their side lost and are calling for all sorts of action to reverse the situation, democracy be damned, because, well, they are right of course!

Don't get me wrong, I am no Tory supporter either, infact, I support no single party and think the whole system needs a clean out if we are ever to get honesty and integrity into leadership. Unfortunately, the (mainly) 2 party system we have is led by the nose by big money interests and the establishment figures. Even JC, no matter how much they try and portray him as a wildcard lone ranger, has and will fall further into line if he does get into Downing Street.

Meantime though it's all about image and pandering to the right groups, and who better than those with little or no real life experience who seem to be easily driven by the lates social media / engineering topics, the selfie generation!



posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 04:09 AM
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originally posted by: eletheia

originally posted by: alldaylong
a reply to: DrBobH

Corbyn at least has the guts to face the people ( both young and old)




You mean the *poor mans Tony Blair* the same slick sales talk ? till it

becomes apparent that borrowing needs to be paid back!!!


Do you know how nations lend money and pay it back?

It gets paid, over many years. It's not like lending 20 quid off a mate and keep telling him next Friday pal, next Friday.



He has the TIME after all he is not running the country .... or representing the will 

of the people in extricating the UK out of the EU.


More nonsense, we're leaving the EU. End of.

Ironically the last two Tory leaders wanted in the EU.



posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 04:16 AM
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originally posted by: Britguy
For most of those cheering on Corbyn at Glastonbury yesterday, he appears to be the new messiah for them. I am also guessing most of the soap dodger student types who voted for him only did so because social media told them to do so, which seems to be the way to mobilise them these days!

What has struck me though is the similarity between last years US election and the recent UK one, in that the losing side - the one all the SJW's and "progressives" support - seems to be whining like crazy that their side lost and are calling for all sorts of action to reverse the situation, democracy be damned, because, well, they are right of course!

Don't get me wrong, I am no Tory supporter either, infact, I support no single party and think the whole system needs a clean out if we are ever to get honesty and integrity into leadership. Unfortunately, the (mainly) 2 party system we have is led by the nose by big money interests and the establishment figures. Even JC, no matter how much they try and portray him as a wildcard lone ranger, has and will fall further into line if he does get into Downing Street.

Meantime though it's all about image and pandering to the right groups, and who better than those with little or no real life experience who seem to be easily driven by the lates social media / engineering topics, the selfie generation!


What utter nonsense again!

MSM has said he is unelectable for 2 years, the youth are voting for their future not yours and they are voting Corbyn because they see a way out of the corrupt political system, not because the Media are telling them too, that's just a blatant lie! we've had to live with neoliberalism for 40years ffs
What do you not understand about Corbyn?...I'll help you get to know him as much as you need, just ask!
Is there anything in the Labour manifesto you don't like or understand?
Why are people on ATS lacking any form of understanding of what's happening in the UK?
I'm confused as to why so much ignorance towards a REAL chance of change is so evident on ATS?
Is ATS now full of Blairites and Tories( both the same) only and no alternative politically minded people?



posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 04:26 AM
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As I said in my post above, I am not a Tory supporter and offer no support to any political party.

The "youth" today want everything handed to them on a plate and through social engineering on their precious social media they think they are gonna get it, and are thus very easily led. I have first hand experience of this seeing young relatives endlessly posting on social media, especially in the run up to the election and since, yet with no long term life experience to call on to form a meaningful thought of their own.

Yes, Corbyn has some ideas that I share, but experience tells me it just isn't going to happen if he gets in. Too many powerful and very rich entities will see to that.

And, as for you being able to educate me about Corbyn..... no thanks! I am old enough to form my own thoughts, based on my 50+ years on this planet, and don't need anyone to spin things for me!



posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 04:32 AM
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The Good Friday agreement was a collective surrender to terrorist murderers by Blair and his fellow traitors, including Corbyn.

I made no mention of Abbot's race. Contributors to the thread will, and no doubt, draw conclusions, from the fact that you did. Your blatant use of standard leftwing boilerplate will also be marked, as will your referring to child murdering terrorists as freedom fighters.
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posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 04:37 AM
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Jeremy Corbyn is making political hay while the sun shines , the Tories are fatally wounded and Jezza can see his opportunity to prove his doubters wrong and storm into No 10 on a wave of growing public support in the coming months.

It's nice to see a leader of a political party connect with the people and get such a warm reception at Glastonbury but sadly his policies are bunk and his lovey-dovey rhetoric do pose a risk to the country.


Comrade Corbyn will not address the problems this country faces and the government he forms will cause damage to the country's economy and social cohesion.

I am a Labour supporter and hater of Tories , sadly I don't think Corbyn is the answer to the problems we face.



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