The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby LordRaven » Mon Aug 06, 2018 2:47 pm

I can't see anyone worth voting for
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Guest » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:14 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
Guest wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:“Labour is unfit to govern”

Tom Watson, deputy leader of the Labour Party
4th August 2018.


Another lying gammon :hand:

Stand up for what is right and present the party as fit to lead the nation – or disappear into a vortex of eternal shame and embarrassment': Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson's warning to his party over tackling the anti-Semitism row.


Looks like you are the liar
This is the actual quote from The Guardian:

"Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, says that the party will “disappear into a vortex of eternal shame and embarrassment” and render itself unfit for government"


No that's incorrect you lying Tory gammon

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/ ... 5c73da50ab

Try googling the correct quote :hand:
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Ray of Sunshine » Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:50 pm

Why do young people vote Labour when Labour's immigration policies made it almost impossible for them to get on the housing ladder?

Back in the 80s/ early 90s when the Conservatives were in power the majority of young people could expect to buy their own homes.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby McAz » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:00 pm

Ray of Sunshine wrote:Why do young people vote Labour when Labour's immigration policies made it almost impossible for them to get on the housing ladder?

Back in the 80s/ early 90s when the Conservatives were in power the majority of young people could expect to buy their own homes.


Young people tend to be less racist.

And the Tories have been in power now for the last 8 years.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Gigabit » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:16 pm

Lol as if immigrants caused the housing crisis. It was Thatcher's policies that did that.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Fletch » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:20 pm

Gordo wrote:What benefits are there to the tories being toppled and Jezza Shickelgruber taking over as leader of the 4th Reich in Great Britain?


The end of Neo-liberalism which has foisted upon us private provision of public services, (poor, none or expensive) privatisation, low tax for the few, off shoring, low wages, high property prices (rent and buy) high streets that are dying and councils going bust.

It will also end unquestioning support of rogue nations.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Fletch » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:45 pm

Ray of Sunshine wrote:Why do young people vote Labour when Labour's immigration policies made it almost impossible for them to get on the housing ladder?

Back in the 80s/ early 90s when the Conservatives were in power the majority of young people could expect to buy their own homes.


People often do this, I don't know whether deliberately for political gain or through ignorance but, JC's Labour is nothing like the Neo-Liberal New Labour which was all but the same as the Neo-Liberal Tory party. They just happened to be in power when the widespread use of computers came to the fore and made borrowing (creating) money so much easier. It was a tech boom but underlying was the same privatisation, private provision, off shoring, reducing labour costs, increasing house prices and low tax for the few policies.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Fletch » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:56 pm

Very true Jack and reflects the thread I started on left or right wing. There is no centre, just the status quo upheld by propaganda.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Ray of Sunshine » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:00 am

Gigabit wrote:Lol as if immigrants caused the housing crisis. It was Thatcher's policies that did that.


That is the exact opposite of the truth, she helped more people buy their own homes.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Ray of Sunshine » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:03 am

McAz wrote:
Ray of Sunshine wrote:Why do young people vote Labour when Labour's immigration policies made it almost impossible for them to get on the housing ladder?

Back in the 80s/ early 90s when the Conservatives were in power the majority of young people could expect to buy their own homes.


Young people tend to be less racist.



WTF has that got to do with people buying their own homes?

The economy and people's prospects are what are important at election time.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Ray of Sunshine » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:05 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:.......


I don't know who Mark Barton is but he's an imbecile because the political compass has moved to the left as have the Tories.

UKIP are more like the Tories used to be.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Ray of Sunshine » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:07 am

Fletch wrote:
Ray of Sunshine wrote:Why do young people vote Labour when Labour's immigration policies made it almost impossible for them to get on the housing ladder?

Back in the 80s/ early 90s when the Conservatives were in power the majority of young people could expect to buy their own homes.


People often do this, I don't know whether deliberately for political gain or through ignorance but, JC's Labour is nothing like the Neo-Liberal New Labour which was all but the same as the Neo-Liberal Tory party. They just happened to be in power when the widespread use of computers came to the fore and made borrowing (creating) money so much easier. It was a tech boom but underlying was the same privatisation, private provision, off shoring, reducing labour costs, increasing house prices and low tax for the few policies.


Thatcher wasn't a traditional Tory either, certainly not economically, but it didn't happen on her watch, she kept immigration down and understood how important it was for young people to be able to buy their own homes and become properly invested in society.

I've been watching House of Cards from the 1990s and reflecting on how much better things were then for young people, for all people, before that wrecker Blair got in, you call him a neoliberal but I think he's probably a neo-Marxist the amount of damage he did to society.
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Guest » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:22 am

Ray of Sunshine wrote:I've been watching House of Cards from the 1990s and reflecting on how much better things were then for young people, for all people, before that wrecker Blair got in, you call him a neoliberal but I think he's probably a neo-Marxist the amount of damage he did to society.


More rubbish from you.

When Blair came to power the infrastructure, just like the present time, was on it's knees. The Blair government invested heavily in the schools and hospitals and the other public services and brought them back up to scratch gammon. :hand:
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Re: The sun shines out of Labour Party’s arse

Postby Red Okktober » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:59 am

Ray of Sunshine wrote:
McAz wrote:
Ray of Sunshine wrote:Why do young people vote Labour when Labour's immigration policies made it almost impossible for them to get on the housing ladder?

Back in the 80s/ early 90s when the Conservatives were in power the majority of young people could expect to buy their own homes.


Young people tend to be less racist.



WTF has that got to do with people buying their own homes?

The economy and people's prospects are what are important at election time.


Ray, you just have to accept that the liberal left are completely and utterly consumed by skin colour and racism. It out trumps everything else.

Here you have aziz turning a point about home owning into a racism issue. Further up thread you have Stooo banging on about the 'future of the white man'

They can't help themselves, it's always there, like a political version of tinnitus.

Poor sods - imagine living like that, whereby the first thought that comes into your head, over any given subject, is what colour a person is. :off head:
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