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Thread #165570 Message #4005019
Posted By: Iains
18-Aug-19 - 05:24 PM
Thread Name: BS: Brexit #3: A futile gesture?
Subject: RE: BS: Brexit #3: A futile gesture?
The Express has a wonderful summary of the remainiacs posturing.
"Welcome to the worldview of Britain's new and appalling breed of anti-politician - the McDonnells, Hammonds, Grieves and Corbyns who scorn your opinion and hold your democracy in contempt. Oddly they appear to have no party allegiance. These political cockroaches scuttle into the daylight from all corners, under Tory floorboards, behind Labour cupboards and beneath Lib Dem rocks, seemingly united in only one thing - a crazed determination to overturn the democratic decision to leave the European Union.
So this week we find ourselves in the jaw-dropping position of having senior, grown-up politicians seriously proposing Jeremy Corbyn should seize power in some sort of cockeyed coup d'etat.
Jeremy Corbyn. VHS video in human form – an outdated, irrelevant, throwback to the 1980s, no longer of any use to anyone, and superseded by far better alternatives.
Everyone knows this.
Even Jeremy Corbyn knows this.
Jeremy Corbyn, an ageing, unreconstructed Marxist who still thinks he's fighting Thatcher and supporting the miners. Jeremy Corbyn, who now runs a party too gutless to make a decision on Brexit and too riven with anti-semitism to ever be electable. Jeremy Corbyn, an Islington cous-cous eater who wouldn't know a Scunthorpe steel mill or a Glasgow shipyard if he fell over one."