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June 24, 2017

Joined: May 5, 2014
Posts: 556
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June 24, 2017

I see that whilst Theresa May was supporting Armed Forces Day by visiting the events in Liverpool, Jeremy Corbyn was wowing the crowds by politicising the Glastonbury Festival and taking centre stage there. TM I felt, was extremely brave to enter the staunchly Labour stronghold of Liverpool, knowing full well she would be heckled & booed by a section of people so bigoted they would vote for a chimpanzee if it wore a red rosette. Corbyn, on the other hand, could NOT possibly be seen to be supporting our Armed Forces, and so chose to attend Glastonbury where he could find more young voters too young to remember the previous consequences of Labour, in the belief he can swing an early General Election. Sadly, I think his populist views, however unrealistic in the world we actually live in, might just succeed in calling a GE - his tactic today stole a march on TM in the quest for votes / support, cynical as it was in execution - he's a slime ball but seemingly gaining popularity - we should be very afraid of him succeeding. John (JKW)

June 25, 2017

Joined: May 14, 2014
Posts: 977
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June 25, 2017

I hold back a lot of my multitudinous opinions about Corbyn and his "followers" since I do not consider him of any use to humanity whatsoever, and never will. He is so ANTI everything that he is even anti his own "anti" thoughts. My grandfather was a staunch Labour supporter all his life, but were he alive today, he would NEVER support Corbyn, his followers or his spiteful mouthings for any reason. Corbyn is anti us, the world and the universe, simply because he has no control over any of it. I would not trust him even if he said the sun in the sky was burning........Where do people"?" like him come from?????  Is that the Corbyn Police knocking at my front door??? If so, goodbye cruel world....... Mars here I come......


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