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>> No. 92282 Anonymous
12th February 2021
Friday 8:11 pm
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Perhaps the problem with Labour wasn't actually Jeremy Corbyn?
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>> No. 95823 Anonymous
9th May 2022
Monday 4:30 pm
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Starmer's confirmed he'll stand down as leader if the police find him.
>> No. 95824 Anonymous
9th May 2022
Monday 4:37 pm
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>>95823
Is he hard to find?
>> No. 95825 Anonymous
9th May 2022
Monday 4:41 pm
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>>95824
He's going on the run. It's going to be like Moaty all over again, but posher.
>> No. 95826 Anonymous
9th May 2022
Monday 7:43 pm
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This man will reap a terrible whirlwind of vengence upon us all and it's going to be fucking awesome.
>> No. 95829 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 9:51 am
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I thought I'd got another Reform UK flyer through the post, but it turned out to be Labour going all out with a double sided A5 flyer about Imran Khan being a filthy kiddie fiddler.
>> No. 95830 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 11:41 am
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>>95829
I saw a proper attack ad on TV before the election. Labour are really going all out. It's quite nice, because everyone hates the Conservatives so much that they can say what they want. It's not especially principled or good, but we know they're all snakes so I think a lot of people just want a change of snake.
>> No. 95831 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 12:12 pm
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>>95830


>> No. 95832 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 2:52 pm
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Spoke with an actual canvasser for the first time in my life. He's supplied even more material about the Tories having a carpet-bagger stand for them.
>> No. 95833 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 2:54 pm
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Just got a tory leaflet through the post that actually says "We're supporting the NHS". The fucking gall.
>> No. 95834 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 3:14 pm
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>>95832
>>95833
Why are they canvassing so aggressively? Is there another election happening?
>> No. 95835 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 3:32 pm
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>>95834
The Wakefield by-election is expected to be next month.

Labour are absolutely loving the fact they get to stick the boot in to another party for being involved with diddling kids for a change.
>> No. 95836 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 3:32 pm
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>>95833
Technically I supported England at the Euros, but having the final open on my second monitor probably didn’t help any either.

>>95834
Labour aren’t calling Khan a carpet-bagger for a laugh. He was found guilty of said carpet-baggerry and now there’s a by-election on.
>> No. 95837 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 3:47 pm
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>>95832

Not saying you're not a failed human being if you abuse children. You very much are. But I have my doubts about using that in a political campaign. I'm sure many of his other policies and stances were also plagued by the usual mediocrity that no politician can escape from.
>> No. 95838 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 3:52 pm
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>>95837
I don't think Labour under Starmer have a clear vision or message yet, so they're relying on their default "vote for us we're not the Tories" instead of actually giving reasons to vote for them.
>> No. 95839 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 4:10 pm
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>>95838

True enough, but to paraphrase Charlie Brooker, when a political campaign makes you feel sorry for child rapists, you know it's doing something wrong.
>> No. 95840 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 4:58 pm
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I don't understand, are you lot trying to imply the Tories wouldn't be all over it if Labour had an actual pedo in office? Labour would be mental NOT to take advantage of it.
>> No. 95841 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 5:45 pm
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>>95840

Oh, they would. And they would pass it off as proof of the inherent lack of moral fibre of Labour.


Bigots, the lot of them.
>> No. 95842 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 6:59 pm
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>>95837
>no politician can escape from
So really, the only difference between these two hopeless twats is that one of them is a kiddy-fiddler. When you put it that way, only a nutjob would vote for the pro-child molestation candidate.
>> No. 95843 Anonymous
11th May 2022
Wednesday 7:32 pm
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>>95842

You miss the days when we had a pig enthusiast as Prime Minister.
>> No. 95848 Anonymous
12th May 2022
Thursday 10:33 pm
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Nobody actually living in Wakefield has made the long list to be Labour's by-election candidate. Unlike Starmer to go back on his word.
>> No. 95849 Anonymous
12th May 2022
Thursday 10:45 pm
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>>95848
I can only assume there must be a lot of kiddy-fiddlers in Wakefield, which doesn't bode well for Labour if they want to run against kiddy-fiddling.
>> No. 95850 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 12:53 pm
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>>95848
Imagine being stationed in fucking Wakey of all places. Having to talk to Wakefield "people". That whole city could just disappear and the only important change would be a lack of future Worms games. A non-city compared to Leeds or Bradford.
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13th May 2022
Friday 1:06 pm
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The entire Wakefield CLP have resigned over how the selection process has been handled.
>> No. 95853 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 2:35 pm
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>>95852

And nothing of value was lost.
>> No. 95854 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 2:59 pm
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>>95850

Nit true. You'd lose one of the best nights out in the country.

If you can't handle Wakey it's just because you're a poof.
>> No. 95855 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 5:14 pm
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I've been longlisted in Wakefield!

No idea why this made me laugh.
>> No. 95856 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 5:38 pm
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>>95855
I know nothing about him, but the alternative is a woman who looks about 12, has a union non-job and bears a striking resemblance to Stephanie Hirst so I wouldn't be entirely surprised if she's got a dick.
>> No. 95857 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 7:05 pm
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>>95856
Again, I just really need you to be normal to women once.
>> No. 95858 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 7:09 pm
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>>95857
That's not going to happen, his mum didn't hug him enough.
>> No. 95859 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 7:42 pm
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>>95856
>Kate is Head of Research, Policy and External Relations for Community trade union, with a focus on the future of work, the gig economy, industrial policy and mental health. She is also a member of Labour Women's Network committee
https://www.policyforum.labour.org.uk/about/npf/kate-dearden
Labour Women's Network sounds like a proper transphobia club. She wouldn't join such a thing if she was only a semi-she. Also,
https://twitter.com/kate_dearden
>Running to be Wakefield's next Labour MP. Trade unionist @CommunityUnion. Member of @LabourWomensNet Exec. Proud fisherperson and Yorkshirewoman.
>Proud fisherperson
I guarantee you she does not have a dick. Her attitudes to the dick-lady community are probably roughly on a par with Jim Davidson's.
>> No. 95860 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 7:47 pm
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>>95859

I can't decide if I hate fisherpersons more than evangelist christian korean youtubers, to be honest.

Nah, I definitely hate fisherpersons more. At least evangelist christian korean youtubers are uniquely mental, fisherpersons are just bitter old trams who wish they were still the top of the oppression totem pole. Fuck em.

Where can I go to vote for a dickgirl to trigger the TERFs?
>> No. 95861 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 7:50 pm
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>>95860
Almost definitely Brighton, or there's that Conservative MP if you really have no scruples at all.
>> No. 95862 Anonymous
13th May 2022
Friday 9:06 pm
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☑ Looks extremely young.

☑ Has a union non-job (before this she was involved with Labour Students).

☑ Looks very similar to one of the country's most well known evangelist christian korean youtubers (maybe a bit like Joanne Froggatt as well).

Which part was incorrect?
>> No. 95871 Anonymous
19th May 2022
Thursday 5:40 pm
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Shitloads of Labour canvassers on my street, handing out flyers saying the by-election is on the 23rd.

They went with the man, rather than the womanchild.
>> No. 95890 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 10:56 am
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All quotes on political flyers should start like this.
>> No. 95891 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 11:07 am
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>>95890

"The conservatives have been raping people and the other parties have even worse morals" what the fuck?
>> No. 95892 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 11:11 am
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>>95891
The faithful are wretched.
>> No. 95893 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 11:27 am
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>>95891
Different cheeks of the same arse. He got five fewer votes than the Monster Raving Loony party in Batley last year.

https://members.parliament.uk/constituency/3309/election/401
>> No. 95894 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 12:44 pm
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>>95890

>t'cpa

Mirth
>> No. 95895 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 2:07 pm
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I've had a look at the CPA manifesto. It's as nuts as you'd expect.

- Couples are to be given a grant of £12,000 on their first marriage, provided they attend at least five sessions of marital awareness training.
- There's a grant of £6,000 on the birth or adoption of your first child, provided you attend at least five sessions of training about raising a child.
- Married couples have name two properties as their main home, one each, to avoid paying capital gains tax on either.
- Couples can also have one joint income tax personal allowance.
- Schools are not to be used as "an apparatus for social engineering and promoting the secular liberal agenda".
- Gay people aren't allowed to adopt.
- Shops can only have up to five people working on Sundays, Christmas and Easter.
- Parents who stay at home to receive enhanced child benefit payments.
- Parents are able to access medical records of their children, including sexual health services, until the age of 18 so nothing goes on behind their backs.
- No mandatory vaccinations.
- No gender reassignments on the NHS, unless born intersex.
- Free counselling for anyone suffering gender dysphoria or unwanted same-sex attraction.
- Sugar tax goes directly to the NHS budget.
- Repeal the abortion act so "all unborn children are legally protected from intentional destruction."
- All money currently spend on abortion funding would go to supporting mothers in crisis pregnancy situations, including accommodation for single mothers.
- No more IVF or cloning.
- No euthanasia.
- There will be a 5% tax rate on turnover to make sure the likes of Amazon pay more. This will be spent on reducing business rates, increasing benefits, supporting marriage and helping ex-prisoners.
- Thanking the Tories for stealing CAP's previous stamp duty land tax manifesto pledge.
- Revalue council tax bands.
- Tiered inheritance tax.
- All foods with salt or processed sugar will have additional tax on them, other than home-made cakes and jam at bake sales.
- Bonuses have to be proportionately paid to everyone or they're taxed at 80%.
- Fractional reserve banking will be no more.
- Interest rates on loans will be capped at the higher of 20% and 15% above the base rate.
- The Bank of England will be the ones to decide the maximum multipliers and LTV percentages for mortgages.
- Invest in high speed rail and eliminate regional air travel.
- All taxis and private hire vehicles to be electric.
- Better provision for cyclists.
- Insulate Britain.
- Standardise recycling across all local authorities.
- No GM foods.
- A "precautionary principle" for all pesticides and insecticides.
- Thames Estuary Airport.
- Anyone involved in a serious accident has to retake their driving test, with the licence rescinded in the meantime.
- Cycle helmets and outfits worn cycling have to have a certain standard of reflective luminosity.
- More housing for the homeless. Free meals and available move-on accommodation.
- Anyone disabled, a carer or a single parent with pre-school age children can't have their benefits withdrawn or sanctioned.
- Benefits are paid immediately rather than having to wait for weeks for new claimants.
- No zero hours contracts.
- State Pension increased to £200 per week.
- All local authorities to keep a full record of elderly and disabled citizens in their Borough and to assess their risk if it snows, floods, etc.
- Focus on real crime rather than thought crime.
- When a life is taken, either accidentally or on purpose, a payment of £100,000 is payable by the person or organisation causing it as "life compensation". You'll be able to take out insurance to cover this eventuality, as it'll survive bankruptcy.
- Civil claims for damages will no longer have a three year limit.
- More vocational courses in prison.
- Phone and drone blocking technology will be used in prisons.
- Gambling adverts will be banned.
- Social media platforms will be treated as the publisher of any porn or violent material on their sites so will be criminally liable for it.
- More youth clubs and community mentors.
- Parents have the right to withdraw children from classes if it goes against their morals.
- Sex education in schools will be opt-in and taught outside of normal school hours.
- Daily worship in schools.
- Faith schools can be set up.
- Intelligent design should be taught alongside macroevolution.
- No more tuition fees but there'll be more emphasis on vocational education for school leavers.
- No state support for organisations which oppose Christianity.
- Cancel Trident.
- Refuge for persecuted Christians abroad.
>> No. 95896 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 2:41 pm
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>>95895
Some of those policies are okay. I wonder if they genuinely support those ones too, or if they just put them in to tempt floating voters? Because if anything, it just makes the utterly mental policies stand out even more.
>> No. 95897 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 3:02 pm
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>>95895
>All foods with salt or processed sugar will have additional tax on them, other than home-made cakes and jam at bake sales.

They'll be church fêtes all over the place. Victoria sponge as far as the eye can see.

>>95896
The moment they get a whiff of power I fully expect the more mentalist policies to be quietly done away with until they become some Anglo-American capitalist christian democrats.
>> No. 95898 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 4:11 pm
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>>95896

It's wierd with Christians, because they if they are true believers at least, they do earnestly support the good causes they talk about. If you go to soup kitchens or what have you, you'll find they are very much more often propped up by do-gooder Jesus freaks rather than tankie socialists. But it's always conditional- It's always tied to some qualification that makes it fair and just in the eyes of the Lord.

Some of those are really not bad ideas, that's the sort of thing American lefties should be considering to gain an inroad on the strongly conservative Christian rural working class demographic. But over here it all sounds a bit bonkers, I don't see anybody tempted to vote for them who wouldn't otherwise vote Green or Labour.
>> No. 95899 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 5:30 pm
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>>95896
They largely seem consistent with Christianity, or feeling persecuted because the government say a pair of bummers can adopt a kid.

There's also an ulterior motive for the others, like no sugar tax at bake sales or offering refuge to persecuted Christians abroad; at least half of the CPA members look African.
>> No. 95900 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 5:38 pm
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>>95895
>When a life is taken, either accidentally or on purpose, a payment of £100,000 is payable by the person or organisation causing it as "life compensation". You'll be able to take out insurance to cover this eventuality, as it'll survive bankruptcy.
So if I had 500k in my bank I could kill 5 people and get away with it?
>> No. 95901 Anonymous
23rd May 2022
Monday 5:40 pm
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Caroline Lucas called Johnson a greased piglet.
>> No. 95906 Anonymous
24th May 2022
Tuesday 8:20 am
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>>95900
You still go to prison. You now also either have to cough up £100k or have it deducted from your estate when you die.
>> No. 95907 Anonymous
24th May 2022
Tuesday 10:46 am
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>>95901
That's grossly unfair. What did greased piglets ever do to her?
>> No. 95908 Anonymous
24th May 2022
Tuesday 11:27 am
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>>95907
Well, she has to listen to one every Prime Minister's Questions for one thing.
>> No. 95913 Anonymous
24th May 2022
Tuesday 12:13 pm
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>>95907
Given her political shade and what we know of Eton banter she might instead be coming on to him.

>Our greased piglet of a Prime Minister has wriggled and writhed out of every promise broken, every rule violated, every law breached.
>He can't wriggle out of this one.

Filth.

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