[quote="pint vulger"]At the risk .
It was no surprise that Jeremy snubbed the 'celebration' of the Balfour paper ( he was a Manchester politician btw and the details of the package was discussed and agreed in Cheetham Hill) Corbyn has nailed is Israel opinions to the mast and would have been totally hypocritical.
So well done Jeremy he goes even higher on my list
So it was just a complete coincidence that he chose that time to attend a function that had previously been sanctioned for members and speakers radical views including welcoming the killing of British soldiers?
And let’s not get it twisted here right, he cosied up to the Ira far far too closely while there was still a fuckin civil war going on.
And I’ve no problem with Sinn Fien now, I’m happy to bury the past, and I respect some of their politicians more than some of the fuckin Neanderthals on my own upbringings side in terms of what they do for their constituents, making NI more modern with licensing laws etc etc.
But a British MP has a job to do and cosying up to people actively engaged in killing people in his own country never mind in NI to me is just plain wrong.
He refuses to tackle anti semitism in his own party, he shows up at Glastonbury to show he’s down with the kids man, yet he’s a rich cunt who acts like a scruffy bastard and who’s economic policies are completely unworkable, I mean he has that mess Diane Abbot running shit, fuck me, they’d be better off with the Westminster cat in her place, Miss Wiskerton or whatever the fuck it’s called.
Nah, cunt for me, sorry. All cunts tbf but still a cunt.
Well I suppose that's the knighthood fucked.