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 Squareslice
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I will leave my ballot paper blank. I voted brexit last year because I didn't think I had the right to hand over Britain to a German wannabe empire after so many had given their lives in World War Two to prevent it. I am not without honour.


Have ye traced the monarchy at all?

As for global debt, the entire planet appears to be in debt to just a handful of people.

Sake.... Abramovich's biggest boat alone is worth 1.5 billion.... prob more than the entire Russian fleet. Communism ans capitalism may claim to be oppsite sides of the coin, but are equally corrupt.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3j8T5_UeyI
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 5/11/2017 1:15:02 AM
Not prosecuting the MPs and their agents was deemed to be "not in the public interest". I have read and understand the CPS reasons and they are probably right but by not allowing it to go to court the whiff of corruption remains.

As for Jeremy, I think he's OK but it matters not what I think. Talking to my friends, many of whom will vote Tory, after pointing out that the NHS will likely be privatised under May, they still say there is no alternative, the electorate do not see Jeremy as a possible leader.
 vlad dracul
Joined: 4/30/2009
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Posted: 5/11/2017 5:41:33 AM
Pauline
You mention the right wing press as if no citizen can make their minds up about issues without guidance from said press.

So what of the daily record/sunday mail, daily mirror/sunday mirror, guardian/observer, independent/independent on sunday, huffington post/huffington post Sunday, the I etc.

None are remotely right wing. Virtually all of them campaigned against corbyn getting the labour leadership. I feel the right wing press thing is used as a comfort blanket because admitting that just maybe you are not on the same wavelength as voters is to hard to admit.

The right wing press was in no way responsible for labours demise in scotland was it? Just maybe the same applies in englandshire.
 RoxyMoronic
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Posted: 5/11/2017 6:02:48 AM
If Corbyn hasn't got what it takes then we're fvcked, if May gets in we're fvcked. Chance or certainty.
I was always voting tory but these last few weeks I've become so unsure.
I wish I could be confident and have confidence in where my vote goes.
 duracell_bunny_one
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Posted: 5/11/2017 11:46:44 AM
I have a bad feeling that Mr Corbyn and his blundering compatriots
are going to consign Labour to many years in opposition.
I will vote for Maggie May and party purely because it
looks the least toxic option.
The big problem with parties that stay 'in power' for years
is that they think they walk on water (John Major=classic example).
I fully expect JV and friends to trot out the usual carp, but the truth
is that whichever mob gets in, life 'down here' will not change much....
there are no silver bullets.

 quicktyper
Joined: 12/3/2016
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Posted: 5/11/2017 2:22:08 PM
Renationalise the railways??? British Rail never did get there.

If they're not the size of War and Peace, I'll download and read the manifestos before making a decision. I'm not liking what I'm hearing anywhere at the moment
 Squareslice
Joined: 10/17/2016
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Posted: 5/11/2017 3:36:57 PM
English Labour went right wing under a Scottish Catholic PM that forgot he was a Catholic (cos the constitution is corrupt and no Catholic can be PM).
The twat that was born in Govan, Glasgow... raised in Edinburgh then became a Newcastle MP.

Blair sold socialism right down the Clyde, Forth, Tyne and every other effin river.

Funny how, after resigning, he "discovered" Catholocism
 billybonds
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Posted: 5/11/2017 4:54:29 PM
Tend to agree with bunny that Theresa May is the least worst choice. And that in politics there are no silver bullets.
Also you Can't be British and be a European national for that is what is being built. Apart from their 10,000 tonnes of
gold, pragmatically we are better off out too, as part two of the credit crunch returns. What I can't believe about this
Period in history is the lack of volatility and for sometime now. I think Hyman Minsky 's saw, stability breeds instability
is very apt here as the central planners wend their way towards a collapse in living standards. Inflation , recession
and unemployment all government engendered.

Just for the slow of learning there are many voters out there who think Theresa May is lovely and decent just like nice Mr Corbyn.Some people just want to stop thinking and be led in short order to feeling let down and a state of disbelief at how they have been sold down the river by the left or the right, blah blah blah.

Tim farron, I can't even be bothered to find out how to spell his name. What were they thinking, both his party and his parents. Doesn't anyone find it funny how Saudi Arabia keeps paying protection money to America and to a degree us. We are gangsters right? I also heard that a Dutch politician in The Hague remarked to Mario Draghi ECB (ex Goldman ...need you ask)that he looked remarkably calm for a man who " issues €2.5 trillion out of thin air " hooray for a tiny bit of scrutiny for these shysters, even if it is only now and then. How's snapchat doing..? Deary me . Mind I didn't think Facebook's float would have gone so far or ****book as bunny so memorably says.


Theresa May will be prime minster on June the 8th of a reasonably successful country close to the bosom of the failing American fiat dollar empire. The economic fundamentals are sound they lie. as the economic fundamentals are anything but. . Maduro ( man of the people type) in oil rich Venezuela has raised the minimum wage twenty times now . The black market bolivar is now 5,000 to the dollar. Their Stock market is the best performing in the world , apparently the ungrateful, great unwashed are throwing poop-cocktails at the police. Is this a model Scotland could follow , sure they haven't as much oil , but voting laws , limiting freedoms and issuing toilet roll, and violence is all the socialist justice warrior has got. Get a ****ing job .


Vvvvvvvvvv Yes my point is Theresa May is going to win and Jeremy is going to lose, both lovely people who I shan't be
Voting for . The problem is at first the steal then they they tell their banking overlords that they'll get you working for them
through law and debt. Then they will counterfeit you entire life's labour. It's all in animal farm and it's playing out in your life time.
 Damilovely
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Posted: 5/16/2017 4:00:46 AM

I am glad that UKIP has lost so many. It shows that people actually do not want bigotry in politics.


Not necessarily. The Conservatives are the ones with the power to carry out what UKIP was formed for so they'll vote conservative.
 vlad dracul
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Posted: 5/16/2017 4:26:11 AM
Dami
Good point and well put. The tories knew that now ukip done the job it was set up for then they could mop up ukip voters.
Those 4 million who voted ukip last time and the 17 million odds brexiteers have axes still to grind in my opinion.

What were once labour heartlands are slowly going. I mind watching that benefits street when it was in stockton on tees. The press showed up and got short shrift. Then a car pulled up. Out got 2 geezers. The folk on the show were wondering who they were. It was their labour mp. Who then had to admit he had never been down that street before. He just assumed folk would vote labour.

Magnify that around the country and labour are in deep shit. They may have thousands of new members but they do not matter if the population cannot be carried.
I voted brexit and i hope the millions like me remember that the out of touch politicos wish to deny them their wishes.

Englandshire shall speak and methinks some very bloody noses will be dished out.
 duracell_bunny_one
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Posted: 5/16/2017 4:43:35 AM
Despite polling showing Labour's policies are popular with voters they also show that voters perceive Jeremy Corbyn as too left-wing, the party divided and, where 'leadership' is concerned, the referee should have stopped the fight long ago and declared the blue corner as winner.

Sky news online this morning.............

 billybonds
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Posted: 5/16/2017 2:35:03 PM
I think bunny has it nailed it's a paper weight against a super-heavy , Theresa needs to be pulled off the poor man .
I think the tories are going to build some houses for anyone who votes for them. Just great politics, Corbyn can't
really get off the ropes when Theresa has a myriad of policies like that in her back pocket. Corbyn is finished .
May with a three digit majority....labour elects Kinnock the younger and his Danish pm wife gets elected never.
God bless Mrs May and her lower limbs..
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 5/17/2017 3:23:36 AM
Doesn't matter whether the Tories publish their manifesto or not, it will be all bullshit and lies to get themselves elected. Just as Cameron did, if they get in they'll do what they want anyway. I do understand that Corbyn is a mistake but i don't understand why people want to keep their NHS whilst voting Tory. plain dumb. IMHO of course.
 RoxyMoronic
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Posted: 5/17/2017 8:30:36 AM
^^^I agree.
However, how are labour gonna fulfil all their manifesto promises either.
Charlatans the lot of them.
 kirkstmoritz1968
Joined: 1/31/2017
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Posted: 5/17/2017 8:34:14 AM
The tories don't even need a manifesto.
 RoxyMoronic
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Posted: 5/17/2017 2:07:02 PM
Is that just because of the brexit thing?
If so, that's scary
 billybonds
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Posted: 5/17/2017 2:24:06 PM
Just dropped now. I wished they hadn't. I think May should coldcock a voter , just to keep the size of her majority seemly.
 Jo van
Joined: 5/23/2009
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Posted: 5/21/2017 9:39:37 AM
9%
They've shot themselves right in the foot with the winter fuel allowance, and removing the "triple-lock" on pensions.
Meanwhile, Labour are picking up the young vote, with their pledge to abolish tuition fees,
And even more, because the majority of people now think that privatisation of monopoly utilities, and rail infrastructure, has been a disaster.

I think the tories would have done better to keep schtum about immigration numbers, rather than drawing attention their record numbers of non-EU immigrants.
It just shows they say one thing, and do another, because they're incompetent.

They seem to be trying to keep boris out of the limelight too.

It'd be good if Corbyn somehow managed to get a majority.
The snp helps the tories no end.
Ukips vote will go back to the tories.

I wish people would stop believing the Tory spin, and their tame media, about how "shit Labour are".

Tony's talking about making a comeback, that won't help.
He's like "Robbie", but without the tattoos.

Nice of the tories to finally get their manifesto out, with 2 weeks to go
Their bullshit certainly smells "strong", and straight out of a "stable".

What we need now is a scandal.
 RoxyMoronic
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Posted: 5/21/2017 10:05:42 AM
The tories aren't being truthful with the '6 seats and Corbyn is in'. I believe it's more like 24? I could be wrong there though?
Just scaremongering again?
Jo, maybe we could cajole Billy into doing something unspeakable with Teresa, voilà.....your scandal :)
 billybonds
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Posted: 5/21/2017 12:06:14 PM
Let me be clear Ms Moronic, my "gun" whilst fully****d is a noble and Lovingly responsible "pistol" and wholly in my sphere of control, it acts out only from the most stringent of principles. I think that told Birmingham's motormouth!

* hope she doesn't think i mean it...I mean she's is ever so lovely...*


Ah the ebbs and flows and throbs of British general elections.
9% ooooh......
listen we are an open economy there's a tsunami out there later this year..some are walking out to sea transfixed, I'm
heading in land...

scrub that people are afraid and many are relying on the
state like never before..this equals Theresa with a big majority.
 RoxyMoronic
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Posted: 5/21/2017 1:02:13 PM
^^^^Ms Moronic? Billy we're friends, it's Roxy, or motormouth.....I kinda liked it, till I googled it
I only thought of you because you've mentioned several times her lovely legs :) forgive me.

*a person who talks quickly and incessantly*
The cheek! I could understand if I was talking Spanish, I really do talk fast then....whatEVA : cara indiferente
you can't get more inland than Brum.
 scareymush
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Posted: 5/21/2017 1:10:36 PM
He's getting cheekier by the minute, he needs hosing down.

Mrs. May's a motormoth...where's the manifesto to be found? All I get are references to it when googling instead of the actual thing itself.


vvvvvvv Thanks a mill.
 duracell_bunny_one
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Posted: 5/21/2017 1:13:29 PM
https://www.conservatives.com/manifesto

There you go.........

 patriciaanne55
Joined: 1/14/2017
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Posted: 5/21/2017 2:49:58 PM
Well Cameron made a sharp exit and it looks as though Teresa May wishes she could too. The Tories want out of the race, why else would they be putting forward this suicide mission of a manifesto, I think they want to lose and let Labour clear up their brixit mess
 10ky
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Posted: 5/21/2017 3:04:20 PM
Labour don't stand a chance imo and that is mostly because of the dude in question. He's lacking in practically everything. Leadership, image, support from his comrades (<-hehe) and any other quality essential to convince the masses at this point in history. We'll see.
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