This is funny because it is true:
It should serve as notice to Jeremy Corbyn’s critics in the Labour Party (and we know who you are):
Your treachery is nothing more than an annoyance.
You infect Labour like a disfiguring rash – and are less welcome than one.
STOP the disloyalty. GIVE UP the Tory-style hate tactics. SUPPORT your democratically-elected leader.
Make your choice now.
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You might like to check out the article on dissidentvoice.org about the spurious furore surrounding the latest ‘anti semitic labour party’ garbage.
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trouble is Your treachery is nothing more than an annoyance. they take down jc with them rather than cross the floor
Whose treachery is just an annoyance? It’s a lot more if they take Corbyn down.
LOL, I assume this goes along the same lines, but I heard someone from Labour yesterday, despite the ‘Blairites’ etc predicting massive losses, saying that Labour should have done better than they did! I mean, make up your bl**dy mind!
Please go a leopard will never change its spot
Jeremy Corbyn should obviously avoid either 1) eating a bacon sandwich in public and 2) drinking a pint a beer whilst holding in with two hands otherwise Tory Press and BBC will claim that he is not fit to be OUR PM!
They won’t learn and give up Mike, they’re tories, too arrogant, stupid and lack common sense to do so!
They’ll give up before I do.
Haha, I bet!
Year 2035. Buckingham Palace.
King William V meets Jeremy Corbyn to ask him to form a Government.
WILLIAM: Will you form a Government once more, Mr Corbyn? For a third successive term?
JEREMY: I will.
WILLIAM: Meh, go on then. I still think Labour should have gone with Liz Kendall though.