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    https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/jess-phillips-defiant-message-vile-15869400 Corbyn promised a kinder politics and if he is an honourable person I would like to see him work towards this. To use a Chukka phrase I would like him to call off the dogs and condemn this hate and vitriol his supporters spread via social media.
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    A letter from JVL who support Corbyn all the time and never criticise anything he has done.
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    Disappointing to see the criticise Barry Gardner has received on social media. His crime apologising for labour letting people down over anti-Semitism.
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    One Corbynite mp calling the independent group scabs. Another saying they represent the top 1 percent only. I don't sense there is much reflection going on.
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    I could cope if they were elected on being labour (trying to include a wide range of labour viewpoints) however it was a monentum slate standing on the basis of loyalty to the leader. Previously it was elected, but only one man and his dog wanted to be on it. The second they politicised it, they put it's credibility at risk.
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    Some cases where people have said very anti semetic things have only had their wrist slapped, so cynicism is natural. I think the system should be transparent so we can see what punishments fit which crime. I wouldn't automatically assume a disciplinary panel elected on their basis of loyalty to the leader would be the best people to determine Justice.
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    They gave some information when forced under pressure. However it is very unclear how particular punishments are linked to particular transgressions. For some reason they want to keep that information private, I think we can guess why!
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    He on occasions releases a statement when under pressure by the media. It's generally wishy washy and not followed with action. With Berger he pretty much consistently took the cowardly quiet approach.
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    The disciplinary panel were elected on a loyalty to Corbyn slate. Do you see any potential for conflict of interest?
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    I wasn't commenting on an individual case. More an observation that those who regularly use the phrase act in an almost identical manner about other things.
  11. pink_triangle

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    If you want to be the leader of the labour party to some extent the buck stops with you. He made the promise of a gentler kind of politics and been found wanting. In terms of Berger he could (as any decent human being would) have strongly supported his MP and condemned his supporters, however history shows us he always takes his supporters side. He could have been vocal against the hight profile followers on social media who help maintain this toxic atmosphere, but they like him, so he is silent. He could play a key role in improving the disciplinary system and not allow his mates to get slapped wrists for anti semetism, however they support him so get a free pass. He is either a cruel person, or weak and just does what Seaumus tells him to do. Either way he is unsuitable for labour leader or pm.
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    So they get red in the face ranting and raving about different issues, so in conclusion not really different. As I have said it's a middle class back-slapping phrase I don't use. I just find it amusing that the people who use it, act in the same manner as those they criticise.
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    I don't know who Rod Liddle is, so would struggle to make an objective argument. However in comparison to the descriptions you have given in the past, while the arguments may be different, the style is not. The likes of Owen rant and rave to the extent I'm certain their face turn a tinge of red! They also are unwilling time break up the ranting by listening to the other side. I am also sure some of these right wing people support good causes as well! As for racism Jones is a bit inconsistent, he may march against racism, but he contributes to a system where racism has been allowed to flourish.
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    They don't think Jez is a better option for PM than May. They don't think replacing one crap leader for another is progress.
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    You don't follow any Corbynites on Twitter? Again how is the rantings and ravings of them any different to the people you label as gammons. Reality is they are exactly the same.
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