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  • #31
    Originally posted by m kenny View Post
    As in any extremist who thinks the same way I do is not an extremist. Jacob is a Grade A Looney. A joke of a politician. Quietly shifting his business into Ireland so that when 'we' leave 'his' money is protected.


    Or conversely not seen as extreme if you are as looney as Jacob.
    Jacob isn't an extremist; he's an idiot.
    Sky News brought him to the UK's border with Ireland in Northern Ireland and he looked like a frightened child completely out of his comfort zone. Ever time he opened his mouth he confirmed that he hadn't a clue what he was talking about.
    "The thing about quotes on the internet is that you cannot confirm their
    validity." - Abraham Lincoln.
    "Nothing's going to change while one side it lying about the cause and the other is lying about the solution" - Me

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    • #32
      Originally posted by E.D. Morel View Post
      I don't like Corbyn.
      I don't like his subversion of the democratic processes within the British Labour Party.
      I don't like his far-left socialist policies.
      I don't like his lack of balance when it comes to conflicts; he sides with anyone on the Left, no matter how much blood is on their hands.
      I don't like how rude and ignorant he is.
      I don't like how, at the very least, he facilitates anti-semitism within his party, and maybe actively encourages and participates in it.
      I don't like how he draws moral equivalences between crimes carried out by the Uk in the past with terrorism carried out by extremist groups now.

      I'm sure I could think of other things I don't like about him if I gave it more thought but...
      The accusations above "100 times he sides with terrorists" well, many a Tory PM and Prime Minister talked to terrorists, financed terrorists and many more met with, sat with and broke bread with Sinn Fein/IRA members. Voting against Bills which limit personal freedom does not mean you support terrorists. Having sympathy with Palestinians and their cause and criticising Israel when it breaches international law and UN conventions does not make you anti-semitic. It does if you only criticise Israel but don''t criticise Palestinian terrorist acts and the fundamentalist party which controls so many of their people.

      Don't worry if not all that 100 times meets your criteria of siding with terrorists, there'll be plenty more occasions yet to emerge where he has, like then

      " Jeremy Corbyn attended a conference with a convicted Hamas military leader who was jailed in Israel for his role in orchestrating a string of terrorist attacks that killed more than 100 people, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.
      The Labour leader hosted a panel discussion at a conference attended by a number of senior Hamas officials, including Husam Badran, who was given a 17-year sentence for his involvement in terrorist atrocities committed during the Second Intifada between 2001 and 2002."
      https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics...amas-military/


      I can't help thinking that in the very unlikely event of Corbyn ever becoming Prime Minister, he wouldn't last long before falling to some unfortunate 'illness' or 'accident'





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      • #33
        Terrorists Tired of Jeremy Corbyn Constantly Wanting to Hang Out



        With every day bringing new revelations of UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn honoring violent jihadists, terrorists from a range of Islamist groups admitted that they are tired of hanging out with the British opposition leader.

        “At first it wasn’t so bad. He’d snap a picture, we’d talk about killing Jews, and then he’d be on his way,” one leader of a Gaza-based Islamist group told The Mideast Beast. “But he just kept wanting to hang out more and more. One night I had to put my phone on silent because he kept calling me. I don’t think he has many friends.”

        The leader of a Lebanese jihadist organization recounted a similar experience, adding that Corbyn was obsessed with talking about Israel and the Jews.

        “Every time we tried to change the subject to soccer, or the weather, or music, he just immediately goes back to raving about how awful the Jews are and how he’s going to free Palestine. Doesn’t the guy have any other hobbies?” the Lebanese terrorist asked. “We tried telling him once, ‘You know, Jeremy, you’re a nice chap, but we already have our friend group.’ And he chimes in, ‘And I am thankful to be a part of it!’”

        Corbyn’s persistence has been too much for some terrorists to handle. Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has been forced to spend the past 17 years off-grid hiding in the Hindu Kush after mistakenly telling Corbyn it would be great to grab lunch sometime.

        “People think I am hiding from the Americans,” Zawahiri said. “But I will take a Hellfire missile from a predator drone any day over having to hear that imbecile drone on about how much he loves me and my organization.”

        https://www.themideastbeast.com/terr...g-to-hang-out/

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