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Unread 19-02-2019, 11:39 AM
TravellingRed
 
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Did you hear one of the Labour Party chairman last night?

Young beret wearing virgin 6th form activist hideously unsuccessful at everything giving it the full moonie venom. Awful twat.

Fucked if Iím voting for cunts like that.
The Labour party chair is Ian Lavery, an ex miner from the North East. I have no idea who you saw on TV. He maybe a CLP chair but that isn't any powerful position especially if it's a tory safe seat. I used to be chair of my local CLP, basically because no one else wanted to do it. So why this would put you off voting for a progressive, socialist government I have no idea. But anyway I'm a mad cultist moonie as I happen to agree with the Labour leadership.
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 11:40 AM
Buck
 
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He did, it's the current unelectable Labour party....
And Miliband?
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 11:41 AM
My Name is Heath
 
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Hate this left infighting.

Beard on Beard action is always uncomfortable viewing.
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 11:44 AM
atticusgrinch
 
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Hate this left infighting.

Beard on Beard action is always uncomfortable viewing.
Like two tramps fighting outside Waitrose. Especially if Corbs is involved.
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 11:45 AM
TripDownMiseryLane
 
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Hopefully Big Tony behind the scenes on this. Send the looney left back to the fringes where they belong.
He had his chance, made his attempt and now has to watch as all his duplicitous works unravel before him. Tony 'Thatchers greatest achievement' Blair will have to look on as all his plants, agents and very own babes are jumped or pushed out to wherever it is they belong, anywhere but the party of Labour.

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Then raise the scarlet standard high
Beneath it's folds we'll live and die
Though cowards flinch and traitors sneer
We'll keep the red flag flying here
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 12:15 PM
Knockers
 
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and you wonder why some people don't warm to the labour party.

All language designed to "other" those who don't agree with your views and also language used by the likes of Stalin and the right wing british (brexit) media.
Deffo think everyone should examine the language they use when it comes to this kind of thing. Itís cringey beyond belief. You can talk about politics without trying to sound like the dwarf on Game Of Thrones.
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 12:21 PM
silv
 
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He had his chance, made his attempt and now has to watch as all his duplicitous works unravel before him. Tony 'Thatchers greatest achievement' Blair will have to look on as all his plants, agents and very own babes are jumped or pushed out to wherever it is they belong, anywhere but the party of Labour.
It will be a bittersweet day when all this collapses around you.
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 12:25 PM
TripDownMiseryLane
 
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Imagine not thinking exactly like everyone else.

Your attitude and language is more akin to the totalitarian, communist approach than that of a socialist party operating in a free democracy. People have the right to hold different opinions, after all, Corbyn has been known to vote against the party line just once or twice in his time. If you don't fully agree with the actions of an organisation you belong to are you the better person for speaking up and trying to change the organisation or for keeping quiet, kowtowing to the party line just so that you keep your job?

Invoking the result of an election for not voicing your dissatisfaction with the way things are is like a leaver shouting "you lost get over it"
My dear comrade robbo, if you are incapable, which you rather seem to be I'm afraid, of telling the difference between robust debate amongst comrades with differing opinions and dissidents intent on damaging/destroying the very party to which they claim to support, then I'm really not sure that I can help you.

Likewise, there is a massive difference between being dissatisfied with adopted policy and looking to change those policies through the established democratic structures and cravenly orchestrating campaigns, in league with hostile groups, designed to damage the party and it's electoral prospects. Again, if you cannot see, or refuse to admit, the difference, then there really isn't much hope for you.

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It will be a bittersweet day when all this collapses around you.
Please, do spare me the wishful thinking silv
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 12:28 PM
tatty
 
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The Labour party chair is Ian Lavery, an ex miner from the North East. I have no idea who you saw on TV. He maybe a CLP chair but that isn't any powerful position especially if it's a tory safe seat. I used to be chair of my local CLP, basically because no one else wanted to do it. So why this would put you off voting for a progressive, socialist government I have no idea. But anyway I'm a mad cultist moonie as I happen to agree with the Labour leadership.
He means the local chair of one of the constituencies, Luton I think.
 
Unread 19-02-2019, 12:30 PM
red red robbo
 
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My dear comrade robbo, if you are incapable, which you rather seem to be I'm afraid, of telling the difference between robust debate amongst comrades with differing opinions and dissidents intent on damaging/destroying the very party to which they claim to support, then I'm really not sure that I can help you.

Likewise, there is a massive difference between being dissatisfied with adopted policy and looking to change those policies through the established democratic structures and cravenly orchestrating campaigns, in league with hostile groups, designed to damage the party and it's electoral prospects. Again, if you cannot see, or refuse to admit, the difference, then there really isn't much hope for you.
It's always the language of conflict. But then again that is a central tool of the totalitarian regime isn't it. Paranoia, every one is trying to destroy you, it's the party against the world.

Try to use language that is a little less, soviet, and you might find more people warming to the actual message.
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