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Keir Starmer

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Posted (edited)

Could argue that the one-nation Tories also joined the wrong party.  Them and Sakhir should all be in the Lib Dems.

Edited by AWW

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1 hour ago, Sasquatch said:

Nice try but it's not a palm guard (if that's what you were referring to?). 

 

57 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Sir Keir, oik.

 

 

 


I have a twitter account mostly devoted to ensuring people remember it's Sir Starmer. 

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4 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

I have a twitter account mostly devoted to ensuring people remember it's Sir Starmer. 

Multi-millionaire Sir Keir Starmer.

Actually makes good points but nobody listening.

Suffers from Elizabeth Warren Syndrome.

Has no idea how to connect with ordinary people.

 

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3 minutes ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Multi-millionaire Sir Keir Starmer.

Actually makes good points but nobody listening.

Suffers from Elizabeth Warren Syndrome.

Has no idea how to connect with ordinary people.

 

And sounds like a bad impressionist doing an impression of a politician.

I don't know where he learnt to speak like that but he should ask for his money back.

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7 minutes ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Multi-millionaire Sir Keir Starmer.

Actually makes good points but nobody listening.

Suffers from Elizabeth Warren Syndrome.

Has no idea how to connect with ordinary people.

 

Outrageous slur!

Of course he does.

He'll employ them as footmen, butlers and chamber-maids.

 

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No idea..   hasn't attracted a lot of media attention,  which is a good start in my book.

The problem is,  he could be the best political leader on the planet..     but the first thing he'd need to do is sort out his party, and the second thing he'd need to do is sort out their policies and manifesto.

Until it looks like Labour are a serious political party,  I can't really get that interested in following anything they are doing..   leader or otherwise.

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Posted (edited)

He`s a Corbynite ,so he`s a puppet for those who put where he is Momentum 

If you want to front run what he`s about to do /say j, if you can bare it ,listen to what that odious little twat Owen Jones has to say 

Edited by Long time lurking

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3 hours ago, Great Guy said:

He's a human rights lawyer..... He's hardly on the side of the working indigenous Brit....

Ah, he'll be looking to extend the crushing of the indigenous working classes under further waves of immigration who he'll hope to put on the state teat in exchange for their future votes then. 

Labour are stuck between a rock and a hard place - their posher supporters, Guardianistas, media luvvie millionaires and the like, are globalist lefty immigration supporters, and their poorer supporters are the ones who voted for Johnson last time because they've finally realised that immigration crushes them first and foremost.

The interests of the two groups are fundamentally opposed and the poorer ones have finally realised it, so whichever way he goes he'll upset one of the groups.

 

 

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31 minutes ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

Ah, he'll be looking to extend the crushing of the indigenous working classes under further waves of immigration who he'll hope to put on the state teat in exchange for their future votes then. 

Labour are stuck between a rock and a hard place - their posher supporters, Guardianistas, media luvvie millionaires and the like, are globalist lefty immigration supporters, and their poorer supporters are the ones who voted for Johnson last time because they've finally realised that immigration crushes them first and foremost.

The interests of the two groups are fundamentally opposed and the poorer ones have finally realised it, so whichever way he goes he'll upset one of the groups.

 

 

How many globalist, guardian reading, lefty media millionaires are there in the country?

A nationalist... erm.... socialist party would crush all before them.

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39 minutes ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

Ah, he'll be looking to extend the crushing of the indigenous working classes under further waves of immigration who he'll hope to put on the state teat in exchange for their future votes then. 

Labour are stuck between a rock and a hard place - their posher supporters, Guardianistas, media luvvie millionaires and the like, are globalist lefty immigration supporters, and their poorer supporters are the ones who voted for Johnson last time because they've finally realised that immigration crushes them first and foremost.

The interests of the two groups are fundamentally opposed and the poorer ones have finally realised it, so whichever way he goes he'll upset one of the groups.

 

 

How far the labour party has fallen from its days when it emerged from the class struggle. May they all burn in hell for their betrayal. Quisling traitors the lot of them. 
 

oh and the tories and the has been party are equally as bad. 

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He became leader at a complicated time.

There is no 'good' decision or comment to be made at the moment.  Anything said (in Covid19 times) is either going to end up being neutral or bad.  Saying nothing is neutral.  This is why he's being quiet -- there's going to be nothing to hang him by when this is all over.  Contrast with the Tories, who have no choice but to make statements and decisions, many of which will end up being poor/bad. 

It is, of course, the domain of the professional politician.

 

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27 minutes ago, dgul said:

It is, of course, the domain of the professional politician.

And this is the irony of the situation. By saying and doing nothing, he gets to keep his reputation intact.

Which makes the LibDems' decision to postpone their leadership election seem like a stroke of genius. Because they currently don't have a leader available to make a tit of themselves via soundbite.

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2 hours ago, whitevanman said:

How many globalist, guardian reading, lefty media millionaires are there in the country?

A nationalist... erm.... socialist party would crush all before them.

Not many, but you forget the millions who aspire to be them. That shitty champagne socialist mindset is extremely seductive for a lot of people. They want to feel like they're a good person, when they're actually just hypocritical closet aristocrats who think they're so clever they know what's best for others. It dominates the BBC, Channel 4, all the main media outlets, and this dominance creates millions of acolytes.

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So that kunt Starmer wanted a re-run of the EU referendum, does that mean he also wants a re-run or the Scottish independence referendum? Or is that somehow different?

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13 hours ago, Funn3r said:

We don't seem to have talked about him much. Presumably all the Corbyn-haters think anyone is an improvement? 

Myself, I rank him as something similar to Tony Blair. 

He’s an industrial grade cunt. Corbyn was at least honest in his cuntery which, in my mind, makes Starmer way worse. He’s one of those absolutely vile, smug left wing scumbags dripping in self-righteousness. I fucking hate him.

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