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Should Corbyn ignore the smears against him?

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I don’t have any angle yet....

 

I just don’t know what yours is. Because you won’t answer the question. You’re still slinging mud without any evidence.

 

Answer the question. What is this history you talk about?

 

Should be easy. You seem to know what it is. So just post it.

I have unprocessed Kodak 126 cartridges that will be developed faster than your thoughts. I'll use the same words, but fewer, just in case it's too confusing.

 

Corbyn's history of course, in the nice concise form of court papers and witness statements

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Off topic, pointless links to YouTube videos have been removed.

 

Please do not post any more.

 

Thank you.

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I have unprocessed Kodak 126 cartridges that will be developed faster than your thoughts. I'll use the same words, but fewer, just in case it's too confusing.

 

Corbyn's history of course, in the nice concise form of court papers and witness statements

 

And what is in the history? Any clues?

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And what is in the history? Any clues?

 

My god. You make it so difficult.

 

That's what the court is for. That's why I'd like to see him sue, then we can see his history, in the nice concise form of court papers and witness statements.

 

You really are struggling, I thought that you were just trolling or making like a pound shop Andrew Neil, but now I'm thinking that I'm just being cruel because you really aren't getting it.

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My god. You make it so difficult.

 

That's what the court is for. That's why I'd like to see him sue, then we can see his history, in the nice concise form of court papers and witness statements.

 

You really are struggling, I thought that you were just trolling or making like a pound shop Andrew Neil, but now I'm thinking that I'm just being cruel because you really aren't getting it.

 

I’m not struggling at all.

 

Answer the question. Stop trolling. Stop goading. Stop insulting people.

 

You are saying that you have a high level of confidence that Corbyn has a history that will undo him in court if he sues. So....what is your confidence based on?Post what you (think you) know. Simple.

 

Or is it the case that you can’t post it because you know it’s not true, and you’re just slinging mud for the hell of it.

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Holy smoke , the posters explained himself more than once . Have you got a personal connection to Jeremy ?

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I’m not struggling at all.

 

Answer the question. Stop trolling. Stop goading. Stop insulting people.

 

You are saying that you have a high level of confidence that Corbyn has a history that will undo him in court if he sues. So....what is your confidence based on?Post what you (think you) know. Simple.

 

Or is it the case that you can’t post it because you know it’s not true, and you’re just slinging mud for the hell of it.

 

Dear god, no, keep up, listen. I haven't said that. I think Corbyn will win if he sues Bradley but Corbyn won't because then we can see his history, in the nice concise form of court papers and witness statements.

 

It's really simple. The same words. Again.

 

Let's try to help you out. Do you think it would be good for Corbyn's chsnces of election success to have his MI5 files in court? Or witnesses for the defence looking to prove Corbyn was some kind of cold war spy, stooge, sap, or similar? Etc. It would crucify his political options.

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Corbyn should answer ALL the smears against him. They are so numerous it defies belief that he is able to continue in his position without some sort of investigation.

 

Are you sure? And what if he doesn't? Is the sky going to fall in?

 

No, of course not. Those who support him will continue to support him, those who hate him will always hate him and all the rest will be divided between those who are unsettled by the accusations being made and those who start to wonder what this guy has that is upsetting the great and the good so much.

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Dear god, no, keep up, listen. I haven't said that. I think Corbyn will win if he sues Bradley but Corbyn won't because then we can see his history, in the nice concise form of court papers and witness statements.

 

It's really simple. The same words. Again.

 

Let's try to help you out. Do you think it would be good for Corbyn's chsnces of election success to have his MI5 files in court? Or witnesses for the defence looking to prove Corbyn was some kind of cold war spy, stooge, sap, or similar? Etc. It would crucify his political options.

 

What a load of gobbledegook.

 

---------- Post added 23-02-2018 at 23:37 ----------

 

Corbyn doesn't have the wits to be a spy or whatever.

 

He's as thick as two short planks.

 

The Tories are clearly scared of him but so am I. Momentum are using him as Trojan horse and having them running the country will be an Orwellian nightmare.

 

Oxford debating society, I'd like to see you there?

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What a load of gobbledegook.

 

The sort of diversionary gobbledygook that ENG specialises in.

 

Any files that MI5 have on Corbyn aren’t going to see the light of day in any libel court case. If they had proof that he was a spy, he would already have been through the courts. It is a nothing story dreamed up by Brexiteers to deflect from the clusterflip that they are visiting on us all.

 

The thing is that some people consider his ideas dangerous. Sadly, they are going to have to get used to those ideas. Corbynism is gradually becoming mainstream. Theresa May is slowly becoming Corbyn-lite. The Tories are shifting to the left. The poor old Mail is going to explode soon.

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The sort of diversionary gobbledygook that ENG specialises in.

 

Any files that MI5 have on Corbyn aren’t going to see the light of day in any libel court case. If they had proof that he was a spy, he would already have been through the courts. It is a nothing story dreamed up by Brexiteers to deflect from the clusterflip that they are visiting on us all.

 

The thing is that some people consider his ideas dangerous. Sadly, they are going to have to get used to those ideas. Corbynism is gradually becoming mainstream. Theresa May is slowly becoming Corbyn-lite. The Tories are shifting to the left. The poor old Mail is going to explode soon.

 

There getting very desperate aren't they?

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Do you think it would be good for Corbyn's chsnces of election success to have his MI5 files in court?

 

Before we get too carried away with this, let's not forget that in the 1970's, MI5 had Harold Wilson under surveillance even as he was a serving Prime Minister and it is thought that there were those within MI5 who were actively plotting to bring the Wilson government down. And Wilson was by no stretch of the imagination any threat to the status quo.

 

Like the BBC, MI5 sees the Conservative Party as the natural party of government in the UK. Does anyone seriously think that anything MI5 has on Corbyn would have any credibility in the real world?

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