Politics The UK general election - 12 Dec 2019

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Since nobody took the job to start this thread and since it’s not entirely relevant to the other broader Brexit thread, someone’s got to do it:


Civil discussion are more than welcome and encouraged, memes are still allowed. Post away and enjoy.
 
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70 seat majority to CON....


Guardian is the most labour centric newspaper in UK, other opinions don't exist.
 
“Every spending commitment is fully costed. Every source of funding is explained.”
 
SNP published their manifesto today on toilet paper as normal ? ? ?
 
There was an article earlier this week on CNN about the Jewish community in Blightly worrying about the Labour gaining power.

See where we are now? Labour, leftists, socialists, communists are now openly antisemitic just to appease certain other communities. Jews/Israel are bad mkay? Vote for us...

I don’t live in the UK nor am I a Briton, but the same thing can be seen anywhere in Europe. The « Brown, red and green alliance » against our values and historical ties to Israel and its wider community/diaspora.
 
There was an article earlier this week on CNN about the Jewish community in Blightly worrying about the Labour gaining power.

See where we are now? Labour, leftists, socialists, communists are now openly antisemitic just to appease certain other communities. Jews/Israel are bad mkay? Vote for us...

I don’t live in the UK nor am I a Briton, but the same thing can be seen anywhere in Europe. The « Brown, red and green alliance » against our values and historical ties to Israel and its wider community/diaspora.
Liebour only want religion of peace vote - not interested in anything else

And there are that many of them if they promise increased benefits and extra child benefit and no cap on immigration then they will secure those votes.
Every one I have ever worked with has voted Liebour

Sadly the Jews in the UK will be further marginalized exactly the same as they have been in every European country

Corbyn is something nasty you stepped in IMHO - a weaselly individual
 
This just came through, from 10 years into the future....

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Thought I'd share this post from another board I visit . The fellas a British Jew and it's regards the actions of the UK s chief rabbi who he tends to follow a little more than the average Brit........

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The new Chief Rabbi isn,'t a spiritual appointment nor is he a thinker,he's very much a political and pr appointment. By speaking out like he has, he has put Jews in the UK in the spotlight, for all the wrong reasons. Not all jews support the conservatives, historically in the UK they have felt at home with Labour. People are fickle and a lot of far right/neo nazis target Jews. The English elite have been anti semitic historically.
A problem over the past few years have been a few people on the left have made anti semitic attacks, which have been proven. As leader of the party Corbyn did not react with speed and determination, possibly because he's not someone who likes confrontation and he's not someone who used to running a organisation.
However, i believe that today has been a coordinated planned attack to coincide with the Neil interview. Sadly the Archbishop of Canterbury has broken his silence of many many years. Not to criticise the years of austerity, poverty, poor public services, government lies and incompetence, brexit,food banks, terrorism, increasing racist attacks. Nothing absolutely nothing, no christian leadership, nothing. Then today he speaks to attack Corbyn. I think they have been promised a softening of regulations around faith schools and probably a bit of cash. 20 pieces of silver,to be dishonourable.
What s sad state of affairs in the UK, where the leaders of 2 religions, have not shown spiritual leadership but have sought to spread division and hatred.
A month ago the conservatives said that half of UK jews would leave the country if Labour won. Where would they go? The UK along with Spain is the safest place in europe for jews. The rest of Europe continually has anti semitic attacks,including murders, France is a very dangerous place for Jews. Would they go to Israel or US? I don't think so.
Most jews don't like attention being drawn to them,history proves that,these are dangerous times. This article by the Rabbi was written 2 weeks ago,why publish it today? Is it because 2 weeks of "Get Brexit done" is starting to lower the Tories lead over the weekend? Now it's back to personal attacks,politics is a dirty business. The current state of the UK depresses me.
Have faith and hope everyone and keep love in your hearts.

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A problem over the past few years have been a few people on the left have made anti semitic attacks, which have been proven. As leader of the party Corbyn did not react with speed and determination, possibly because he's not someone who likes confrontation and he's not someone who used to running a organisation.
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LOL at "a few people on the left". The left is infested with anti-semitism to a degree that the neo-Nazis and Sturmfronters can only envy. Academic institutions are full of them. BDS is a left-wing institution through and through. Corbyn meanwhile liked to hang out with people who's motto was "death to the Jews". Clearly he didn't want to confront them about that.
 
LOL at "a few people on the left". The left is infested with anti-semitism to a degree that the neo-Nazis and Sturmfronters can only envy. Academic institutions are full of them. BDS is a left-wing institution through and through. Corbyn meanwhile liked to hang out with people who's motto was "death to the Jews". Clearly he didn't want to confront them about that.

But everyone on the right are angels ? Yep sure .
 
Nope, the right also has its issues with anti-Semitism.

But there isn't the head of a major political party on the British right who likes hanging out with Hezbollah and Hamas. Who invites to tea people who've been busy repeated the blood libel. Who's deputies request that holocaust deniers be re-appointed to roles within the party.

One party is full of anti-Semites and their hangers on - and continues to deny that they have a problem. The other is not. One party is being investigated by the EHRC, one is not. The only other party to ever have been investigated by the EHRC were the BNP. What joyous company to be in.

There is a reason why anti-Semitism is also called "the socialism of fools".
 
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Nope, the right also has its issues with anti-Semitism.

But there isn't the head of a major political party on the British right who likes hanging out with Hezbollah and Hamas. Who invites to tea people who've been busy repeated the blood libel. Who's deputies request that holocaust deniers be re-appointed to roles within the party.

One party is full of anti-Semites and their hangers on - and continues to deny that they have a problem. The other is not. One party is being investigated by the EHRC, one is not. The only other party to ever have been investigated by the EHRC were the BNP. What joyous company to be in.

There is a reason why anti-Semitism is also called "the socialism of fools".

It costs a grand total of 25 quid to join the labour party . Any fool can join and start writing/ speaking whatever and corbyn must apologize . Maybe the labour party should become a little more exclusive , millionaires only like the Tory party .
 
Both parties are a hollow shell of what they were 50 or 60 years ago with tiny memberships by comparison. Which is why small cliques are able to dominate without having even the slightest popular support in the general public. And a big part of that is that they've both abandoned any pretence that anyone could join and rise in the ranks. If you didn't go to Oxbridge and get a PolSci degree you're not going to be in charge of anything more important than making the tea.
 

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