Mar 29, 2018 -- 5:38AM, anxious wrote:
Ive never read such garbage on this forum before and that takes some doing
I am reluctant to respond to any of lfc's posts any more - this one appears to not understand the difference between an opinion and a fact.
Mar 29, 2018 -- 4:47PM, moisok wrote:
They have been trying to chop his legs off since day one when he said he was standing for leadership.The careerists and the whole press and tv combined to bury him and failed.That sure says something. Regardless of your political stance.What it does say is they hate the idea of ANYONE not following a particular narrative.
Excellent post, totally agree.
Aka : still waiting for your side of the bargain.
Apr 3, 2018 -- 10:49AM, Dr Crippen wrote:
''Jonathan Arkush, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, said: "If Jeremy Corbyn goes to their event, how can we take his stated commitment to be an ally against anti-Semitism seriously?"BBC News.
That's beyond belief.
Apr 4, 2018 -- 5:00PM, treetop wrote:
Its laughable that Corbyn thought he could dupe the media by visiting a Jewish group renowned for hating Israel and think he could pass it off as a step for reconciliation with the Jews. The mainstream jews knew what Judae was about and he thought the rest of the media wouldn't pick up on that,what a clown !
Given the media jump on anything he says, does, did, didn't do, wears, looks like and more: your point seems a very unlikely one indeed.