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On reflection what hypocrites you are, you loved it when he supported the divine Tony, the hapless loon Brown.

 

Caleron and Osborne have rightly distanced themselves from this spawn of satan.

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On reflection what hypocrites you are, you loved it when he supported the divine Tony, the hapless loon Brown.

 

Caleron and Osborne have rightly distanced themselves from this spawn of satan.

 

I don't remember Corbyn supporting Brown or Blair much. I thought that rather than being a team player, he refused to sign from their sign sheet and was a bit of a thorn in their side.

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Anyone remember the Channel 4 series A Very British Coup? Ray McAnally played a Sheffield MP who becomes PM of a radical Labour government. The establishment go out of their way to destabilize his administration.

 

It might be amusing to watch it again.

 

Not as far fetched as it seems. I've seen this in several documentaries.

 

Harold Wilson was convinced the establishment were out to topple him in a British coup, with Royal family member Lord Mountbatten, being asked to lead the coup.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4789060.stm

 

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Corbyn is a dangerous nutcase

 

Corbyn a nutcase?!!!

 

I'd dread to think what you'd think if Donald Trump became President of the USA. :huh:

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Or perhaps your political slant makes you look for politics in every thread. Corbyn is a dangerous nutcase. I'd be pointing that out whichever party he was leading. I don't see the problem with the head of britain's defence pointing out that we have a dangerous idiot in the position of potential prime minister. It gives folk the chance to prepare the nuclear bunkers if it ever looks like he might get chance to put his policies into practice. You can't did 'em overnight you know.

 

It is one thing to think that you would never push the nuclear button. Announcing it to the world is the work of a complete idiot and undermines our defence strategy.

 

As you say you dont see the harm which is just another illustration of you failing to understanding the protocol thats being discussed or appreciate why its important whoever is in power. Yet again you cnat resist having a dig at Corbyn trying to turn it into a political thread as you always do, when its about the issue of the military breaking protocol.

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As you say you dont see the harm which is just another illustration of you failing to understanding the protocol thats being discussed or appreciate why its important whoever is in power. Yet again you cnat resist having a dig at Corbyn trying to turn it into a political thread as you always do, when its about the issue of the military breaking protocol.

 

Ironic that Exxon has Corbyn down as a deranged lunatic.:D

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The military must keep out of politics - we don't want the Generals running the country.

 

I think any sane person would rather the Generals run the country than Corybn.

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I do remember "A very British coup." It was well acted and the story line not impossible. It is worth another look. If Mr. Corbyn ever came to power, which is highly unlikely I know, the film does provide some insight of what the media and "Establishment" would do to undermine his actions. I assume that the only support he might have is the hard left wing of the Labour Party (and a few Liberals), which in today's world would be a real minority.

For me, Corbyn brings back memories of 1960/70s politicians in the form of Tony Benn, Harold Wilson, Michael Foot etc. Most observers will accept him having his say, because they know he will not be in a position to act upon his beliefs

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I was on the march past the cenotaph in London this weekend. At the end of the march coming towards Horse Guards Parade there is a car park for all consulate cars. There was Jeremy Corbyn ,who instead of going for free dinner and drinks was stood there. He clapped every veteran and marcher as they went past. This was totally ignored in the press,but was much appreciated by everybody on the march. He was the only politician there acknowledging the marchers,the others were filling their snouts.

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If he wants to criticise Corbyn's stance on nuclear weapons, why didn't he do so in private or at least with Corbyn present.

 

 

Anyway, re. Nuclear deterant if we use it first we're attacking,

If we use it last, its failed as NOT a deterant

 

And if we never use them we will never know if having them averted war.

 

I don't see anything wrong with the Defence chief criticiseing policies that will affect the defence of the UK.

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This is a free country, why should he not express his view? Mr Corbyn has never invited me to a private session to hear his views, because he does not have to neither should the military man.

 

You comment exposes the intolerance of the socialist, you refuse to acknowledge that anyone can have a contrary view to yours and would silence them if you could.

 

Since Jihadi Jezza breaks every convention he is able to such as not singing the national anthem and not kneeling before the Queen, I see no reason why other high profile figures can't do exactly as he does.

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Since Jihadi Jezza breaks every convention he is able to such as not singing the national anthem and not kneeling before the Queen, I see no reason why other high profile figures can't do exactly as he does.

 

Not sing the national anthem or not kneeling?

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