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  • Ronnie O'Sullivan has backed Jeremy Corbyn

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...corbyn-6193154

  • #2
    Far left is just as dangerous as far right.

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    • #3
      hes not Far left lol hes just a decent man

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      • #4
        So right, he's not far left just traditional labour. Don't fall for the tory tabloid rhetoric, greed is not good. Labour has to look at what happened in scotland; they voted to stay in the UK, and then voted in their droves for the SNP, not because they suddenly changed their minds about independance, but because they finally had someone to vote for who espoused socialist values.

        There are plenty of people in england who feel the same way and Corbyn is the only labour leader candidate who isn't sprouting the same old Blairite bollocks of trying appeal to everyone by saying nothing concrete. If you say nothing concrete, you have nothing concrete and your values are then suspect.

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        • #5
          The Rt wing media control the press and the lingua franca. The use terms like 'far left' to control minds. The norm is commerical capitalism that does nothing for anyone who isn't rich. How times have changed since the 70s. The middle ground is private capital. The UK needs a Greek revolution. It is not a matter of left or right but fair.

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          • #6
            I think Corbyn speaks the language of the working class people, doesn't go round in circles talking a load of b*******. someone we can relate to.
            we need to get back to the values labour stood for rather than this new labour rubbish that doesn't mean anything anymore

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            • #7
              Suddenly I like ROS a bit more. The Labour party since Blair has been only marginally centre left, in other words, not really a Labour party at all. Which has left the majority of the people in this country without a true voice to represent them in government. The Conservative approach of destroying core values while claiming to be saving them is nothing short of media driven brainwashing. You only have to ask yourselves one question when deciding on the root of any policy: beneath all the rhetoric, who really benefits?

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              • #8
                Who cares what ROS thinks about politics?

                Reminds me of this:

                https://youtu.be/Mo-ddYhXAZc

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pottr View Post
                  Who cares what ROS thinks about politics?

                  Reminds me of this:

                  https://youtu.be/Mo-ddYhXAZc
                  In a world where Arnold Schwarzenegger can become governor of California and Ronald Reagan president of America quite a lot of people, they hang on to the words of their hero's no matter how irrelevant the crap they spout, in short we're all ****ed
                  It's hard to pot balls with a Chimpanzee tea party going on in your head

                  Wibble

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                  • #10
                    "Stop listening and pay attention"

                    Sums it up for me

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                    • #11
                      'We have the best government that money can buy'

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                      • #12
                        i like this but if you go 11.50 in then will gets it spot on
                        <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/GwnC4vIDtI8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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                        • #13
                          none of Corbyn's 'policies' are viable.

                          If Corbyn becomes the Labour leader there'll be a Tory government for the next 10+ yrs.
                          #jeSuisMasterBlasterBarryWhite2v1977Luclex(andHisF ictiousTwin)BigSplash!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by bolton-cueman View Post
                            none of Corbyn's 'policies' are viable.
                            Could you elaborate please? I see no reason renationalising the railways wouldn't work, and I don't know enough about economics to know whether quantitative easing for house-bulding etc would work, but if it could be done for bailing out the banks, why not?

                            David Hare got this entire dilemma spot on with his play The Absence of War(should be on Youtube) - the frustrations of the Labour Party as it has to decide whether it is better to stick to what you truly believe in, even at the risk of never getting into power, or to abandon everything you believe in to become electable, but then what's the point of getting elected?

                            Burnham and the others have shown their true colours with the welfare bill, Burnham even saying "I wanted to vote against but Yvette wouldn't let me, so I sat idly by instead" Disgraceful behaviour from an elected representative.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by gavpowell View Post
                              Could you elaborate please? I see no reason renationalising the railways wouldn't work, and I don't know enough about economics to know whether quantitative easing for house-bulding etc would work, but if it could be done for bailing out the banks, why not?

                              David Hare got this entire dilemma spot on with his play The Absence of War(should be on Youtube) - the frustrations of the Labour Party as it has to decide whether it is better to stick to what you truly believe in, even at the risk of never getting into power, or to abandon everything you believe in to become electable, but then what's the point of getting elected?

                              Burnham and the others have shown their true colours with the welfare bill, Burnham even saying "I wanted to vote against but Yvette wouldn't let me, so I sat idly by instead" Disgraceful behaviour from an elected representative.
                              For a boatfull of lawyers read boatfull of politician's

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