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Old Oct 29th 2020, 2:34 pm
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Originally Posted by BritInParis View Post
Just had his membership suspended and the whip removed.
They were talking about this on the BBC, must admit I did not see it happening.

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Old Oct 29th 2020, 5:59 pm
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Should have sacked him when he famously missed that high 5 and did a tit slap instead!
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Old Oct 29th 2020, 6:43 pm
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Seems it was down to his refusal to accept the report and its findings.
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 8:10 am
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Yes labour are certainly on the ropes just ask anti semitism reaction corbyn.Disgraceful nasty little man,goodbye to rubbish.
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 10:05 am
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Yes labour are certainly on the ropes just ask anti semitism reaction corbyn.Disgraceful nasty little man,goodbye to rubbish.
Labour ARE on the ropes, but it's not because of any antisemetism of Jeremy, he has alwyas been anti any sort of racism, and has marched in the past with others to demonstrate that, what he is is anti zionizm, that is not the Jewish people, but the state of Israel. Read the news about the destruction of Paletinian homes and businesses by Israeli soldiers and militia. just so thye can move Isreali people there. These are houses tht have stood, and been owned by Palestinian fsamilies for, in many cases, hundreds of years. The setlments Israel wants to build are illegal and have been declared so by the UN,. Trump has enabled a lot of this by moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem, a city that the UN agreed should NOT be the site of embassies. Isreal limits power in Palestine to only a few hours a day, floods Palestinian field with raw sewage, cuts down Olive groves, all of which is in violation of International law. It's his anti zionist stance which has caused the trouble. The current leaders of the Labour party have all signed a 10 part agreement in support of Israel and it's illegal occupation of Palestine.
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 11:57 am
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The Labour party were, last evening, asking for people to join them at HQ to deal with the number of e mails they were receiving, this was, apparently, because they had received so many resignations from the party because of the treatment of Jeremy, and not to do with new memberships because of the suspension of Jeremy.
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The Labour party were, last evening, asking for people to join them at HQ to deal with the number of e mails they were receiving, this was, apparently, because they had received so many resignations from the party because of the treatment of Jeremy, and not to do with new memberships because of the suspension of Jeremy.
Best for Labour in the long run to clear out the racists.
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 2:53 pm
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 3:10 pm
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Seriously WGAF about the Labour Party anyway and no I have never voted Tory in my life.
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 5:47 pm
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Best for Labour in the long run to clear out the racists.
Yep but good luck with that. The current Labour leader seems be talking the talk about purging that party of anti Semitism but that is only the beginning of a long road to actually do it. Then it needs to do the same thing about racism in general, and the leader hasn't even identified that himself yet or if he has he's most likely barking up the wrong tree.
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Old Oct 31st 2020, 5:51 pm
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Seriously WGAF about the Labour Party anyway and no I have never voted Tory in my life.
I don't care about Labour but Britain needs an electable opposition party.

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Old Oct 31st 2020, 6:33 pm
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Labour ARE on the ropes, but it's not because of any antisemetism of Jeremy, he has alwyas been anti any sort of racism, and has marched in the past with others to demonstrate that, what he is is anti zionizm, that is not the Jewish people, but the state of Israel. Read the news about the destruction of Paletinian homes and businesses by Israeli soldiers and militia. just so thye can move Isreali people there. These are houses tht have stood, and been owned by Palestinian fsamilies for, in many cases, hundreds of years. The setlments Israel wants to build are illegal and have been declared so by the UN,. Trump has enabled a lot of this by moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem, a city that the UN agreed should NOT be the site of embassies. Isreal limits power in Palestine to only a few hours a day, floods Palestinian field with raw sewage, cuts down Olive groves, all of which is in violation of International law. It's his anti zionist stance which has caused the trouble. The current leaders of the Labour party have all signed a 10 part agreement in support of Israel and it's illegal occupation of Palestine.
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It's a history that's avoided by too many lest they be accused, like Corbyn, of anti-semitism.
Gaza, a konzentrationslage, and the dwindling West Bank, well that'll be swallowed up eventually to yield more lebensraum for Israel.

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Old Nov 2nd 2020, 8:17 am
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I don't care about Labour but Britain needs an electable opposition party.
Why? They're both just two ends of the same turd at this point? Both of them believe in the revocation of human rights and freedoms and treating the citizenry like mindless drones so what real difference does it make?
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Old Nov 2nd 2020, 10:06 am
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Why? They're both just two ends of the same turd at this point? Both of them believe in the revocation of human rights and freedoms and treating the citizenry like mindless drones so what real difference does it make?
I agree. But the resuscitation of Labour is not what I had in mind. A party that is truly libertarian and willing to go through a process of reform of the current system would be good.
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