To join this noble group of politicians who insist that, despite every evidence that suggests otherwise that the people want their return, there is Corbyn. There was first Donald Trump, then Boris Johnson.
Now, in this elite group of politicians who believe that despite all evidence that people want them to return, We are reportedly having Jeremy Corbyn, who, according to reports this week, has been “encouraged” by anonymous people to run for the office of mayor of London. (Trump, Johnson, Corbyn is the worst game of Shag Kill, Marry, Shag ever.)
It’s a fantastic idea. Take a look at what has transpired to Corbyn’s Labour Party under Corbyn – being scrutinized and critiqued by the EHRC, which gave them the lowest proportion and number of seats over the last 84 years during the election of 2019.
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Imagine what Corbyn could accomplish for London! Many people discuss the need for an alternative or alternative source of power in England that is not London, and I imagine no better method to accomplish this than to put Corbyn as the mayor of London. I can imagine the scene today.
Three years in time, Corbyn is the mayor of London. The streets are in a state of the apocalypse, Leicester Square is a burnt-out building, the shelves of supermarkets are empty, and babes are crying in agony. In City Hall, Corbyn’s acolytes are arguing on Twitter over their Blairite or Zionist and Fascist mass media.
This glimmering hint of Corbyn’s might oral campaign was withdrawn within the same week of the announcement of The Forde Inquiry, which is, according to my calculations, the 175,516th probe into the sloppiness that is Corbyn as well as Corbyn and the Labour Party under him.
Labour in the Corbyn period is taking on an almost mythical quality, similar to JFK’s assassination. JFK and those old enough to remember the event can only stupor, “How on EARTH did this take place? !”
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In any case, the Forde Inquiry, released during the heatwave, it is clear that all the normal Corbyn outriders reacted to the heat of 40 degrees by engaging in a debate on Twitter and insisting that their leader was vindicated.
In the worst case, they acknowledged that “both sides” (meaning the far left of Labour and the other members of the Labour party) are responsible for the divisions and discord within Labour.
I guess that they had not read the paper since it’s difficult to understand what they might have read in conclusions such as “there is evidence to support the direct intervention in antisemitism cases by Corbynparticularly about cases that included allies of Corbyn’s allies Corbyn” in addition to “the operation was not well-organized and sometimes chaotic, with a lack of confidence from Corbyn himself to make decisions.”
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Corbyn himself to take and communicate clear decisions” and then say: “Yes! Corbyn has been acknowledged as the genius politician, and secular saint is!”
This type of “up is down and left is right” thought in Corbyn’s camp. Corbyn group that led to the entire period such a memorable one.
According to a Jewish Chronicle survey in 2018, over 85 per cent of British Jews believed Corbyn was antisemitic. However, none of his supporters or media apologists asserted that they thought Corbyn was a defender of minorities.
He certainly influenced many of the previously silent liberal British Jews to stand up and to tell him and the rest parents, chunks, and goofs to be filled. Thanks for guiding us in this direction, Jez.
I’ve made a mistake in every election since the referendum of 2016, and while I wouldn’t think of ruling out a possible return for President Trump or Prime Minister Johnson, I’m reasonably confident there will never be Mayor Corbyn. I’ll call several real estate brokers in Manchester if there is one election.
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