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>> No. 86935 Anonymous
29th October 2019
Tuesday 8:41 pm
86935 UK election 2019
This man is not going to be the next Prime Minister of the UK, and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 87766 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 8:49 pm
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>>87763

>neither of which means the victim wasn't raped by the accused.

Therefore, they were raped by the accused?

I don't know why we even bother having a justice system nowadays. Clearly we'd be better off just doing a strawpoll, because the internet always knows best.
>> No. 87769 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 8:57 pm
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>>87764
Where's the comedy? If I'm not mistaken the statistics show that women now get paid the same amount as men if they do the same work, and Jewish people have the highest incomes out of any religious group in Britain.

How does the marginalisation merry-go-round work? Does your race, religious affiliation, or gender trump your economic class?
>> No. 87770 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 9:04 pm
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>>87769

>Does your race, religious affiliation, or gender trump your economic class?

Yes. That's how present day liberalism works. I'd go so far as to say the increased focus on that type of progressiveness in modern political culture has been deliberate, in part, to prevent people catching on to ideas about genuine socio-economic equality.
>> No. 87771 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 10:13 pm
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>>87769
I know you're just trolling, but here's a simple first step.
>Does your race, religious affiliation, or gender trump your economic class?
Nothing trumps anything else. They all intersect. Most of us are advantaged in some respects and disadvantaged in others. Crucially, they don't simply add up. You can try adding them up like in a "privilege walk", but really that's more for illustration. We all end up on the wrong end of some stick or another, and some of us end up in the wrong end of more sticks than others.
>> No. 87772 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 11:23 pm
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>>87771

>They all intersect

No, this is lib-talk bollocks and the truth is that the other ones are all just subdivisions that only exist because of and to further economic inequality.
>> No. 87773 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 11:27 pm
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>>87771

I'm more inclined to agree with >>87770. Identity politics seem like a very easy way for the powers that be to drive a wedge between people who are all economically on the same side, and distract them from the real issues at hand. It's very advantageous to shift the narrative from something like "I can't make a good living because the system is fucking over the entire working class" to something like "I can't make a good living because I'm a lesbian of laplanderstani descent".
>> No. 87774 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 11:43 pm
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>>87773
>I'm more inclined to agree with >>87770.
That's fine. It's a free country, you're both entitled to be wrong.
>> No. 87775 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 11:47 pm
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>>87774
Are you a bored enough dude to exercise your right to put forth a more compelling argument?
>> No. 87776 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 12:18 am
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>>87775
Not really. I mean, you two have both already decided you know better
>> No. 87777 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 8:03 am
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Well, he's not wrong.
>> No. 87778 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 1:09 pm
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OK, so we have a choice between an anti-Semite:
https://twitter.com/OzKaterji/status/1202505953498849280

... and a bigoted fascist:
https://twitter.com/PhilipArdagh/status/1202512929641435136

What a time to be alive.
>> No. 87779 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 6:45 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITCX2mDiFzE

You've got to love how partisan everything is these days. Supporters of Santa Corbz are read statements he has said in the past and told Boris Johnson has made them; unsurprisingly they say the person who said that isn't fit to lead the country. You could do the same with Daily Mail readers if you reversed the roles.

In short, we're all fucked. It doesn't matter what you say or what you do, it's all about whose side you're on.
>> No. 87780 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:05 pm
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>> No. 87781 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:06 pm
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>>87779

>Supporters of Santa Corbz are read statements he has said in the past and told Boris Johnson has made them; unsurprisingly they say the person who said that isn't fit to lead the country. You could do the same with Daily Mail readers if you reversed the roles.

Unless you also give Corbyn supporters bad quotes Boris has said and see their reaction, this means nothing. It's nothing to do with partisanship if they do really disagree with the sentiment, and that's all this proves.
>> No. 87782 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:14 pm
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>>87778

In this instance I'll be chosing the anti-Semite and I don't really think it was even a hard choice. My concern for the tangible day to day hardship and distress that will be inflicted upon several million of people by a Conservative led IIIWW far and away outweighs my concern for the feelings of less than 300,000 relatively affluent British Jews.

>>87779

Trouble is we've long since been unable to trust campaign pledges or verbal promises from our politicians, and the way the system only functions properly with two dominant parties. It's one thing to vote on policy, but the policies never come through, so you've only got generalisations about their track record to really go on. That basically means taxes and social spending under Labour, tax cuts and austerity under the Conservatives, and absolutely nothing under the LibDems. Anyone else is essentially a wasted vote.
>> No. 87783 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:38 pm
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>>87781
I think you'd be better giving them quotes by Johnson but saying Corbyn made them and gauging their reaction.

I read the Graun and the Daily Mail so I see it done fairly often by both sides.
>> No. 87784 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:39 pm
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Here's the redacted report from the Jewish Labour Movement to the EHRC as evidence in regards to their investigation of antisemitism within the Labour Party. It contains -
One Jewish Labour member listed 22 examples of antisemitic abuse directed at him at CLP meetings. These included the phrases “Hitler was right”, “child killer” and “shut the f**k up Jew”. (page 4)
One Jewish member shared a breakfast table at party conference with delegates who agreed that Jews were “subhuman” and should “be grateful we don’t make them eat bacon..every day.” (page 5)
A Jewish Labour member had made a comment online condemning holocaust denial. The administrator of the Labour Party Forum group responded by calling him a “frothing Hasbara Troll.” (page 8)
A Jewish member faced death threats after she was filmed being upset watching a debate about antisemitism at the Labour Party Conference. (page 8)
A Jew was the subject of a 30-minute film made by an antisemitic member, who abused him as a “f**king Jew” and threatened to punch him in the face. (page 8)
The membership secretary in South Tottenham CLP allegedly objected to 25 applications from the Jewish community, and required home visits to their houses. This was not a requirement for other members. (page 9)
One example of a person permitted to remain linked to the party despite suspension was the vice-chair of Woking Labour, who tweeted that Hitler was the “Zionist God”. (page 28)
Some antisemitism cases that go word for word against the Labour Party rule book were subject to blanket exceptions. No suspension issued. (page 32)
Elleanne Green, a close friend of Jeremy Corbyn, shared a post blaming “scriptwriters in Tel Aviv” for the Christchurch massacre. The report implies her case is ongoing or she has never been sanctioned. (page 42)
Tom Watson had allegedly forwarded 50 complaints to Corbyn, and no action was taken. Examples of complaints included tweets linking Hitler & the Rothschilds, and questioning whether Jewish MPs had “human blood”. (page 43)

https://www.scribd.com/document/438367082/Redacted-JLM-Closing-Submission-to-the-EHRC
>> No. 87785 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:44 pm
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>>87784
And it's entirely likely that the entire sum of those accusations pales in comparison to the abuse given to Dianne Abbot.
>> No. 87786 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 7:47 pm
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>>87785

Great example of false equivalence there.
>> No. 87787 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 8:04 pm
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>>87784
Tom Watson is a proven crank that champions fraudulent abuse victims.
>> No. 87788 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 8:19 pm
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>>87787
PURGE THE NON-BELIEVERS!
>> No. 87789 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 9:44 pm
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>>87785
>>87787

I'm sure you'd be just as equivocal if a similar report emerged about Islamophobia in the Conservative party?
>> No. 87790 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 9:49 pm
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>>87784
The thing to remember with this is that this is a summary of sworn testimony. If anything in there isn't substantially true then someone will be on the hook for perjury.

We've really gone full Australia this time.
>> No. 87791 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 11:04 pm
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Holy shit.
>> No. 87792 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 11:17 pm
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>>87791
Bodger is up shit creek either way now.
Either he refuses and is a coward, or goes on and Neil obliterates him days before the election.
>> No. 87793 Anonymous
5th December 2019
Thursday 11:27 pm
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>>87791
It's a shame they cut that down. The full three minutes is quite the thing to behold, and the ending is a master stroke of optics.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD2mQnbmYP8?start=1674
>> No. 87794 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 10:29 am
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Tory lead now below 10 points.
>> No. 87795 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 6:00 pm
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Channel 4 misquoting Johnson as saying 'people of colour' when he actually said 'people of talent' to try and make him look like a racist.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npnZQ8HBa94

You can't beat a bit of dirty tricks.
>> No. 87796 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 6:19 pm
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>>87795
I slowed it down in audacity and I don't think he actually said a real word there, it could go either way.
>> No. 87797 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 6:37 pm
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>>87795
Aww bless. You must have come out from your rock only yesterday to think Boris is an innocent victim of dirty tricks, rather than the reality of him being the dirty-tricker-in-chief.
>> No. 87798 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 7:10 pm
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>>87797
'They do it, so it's alright if we do it."
>> No. 87799 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 7:11 pm
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>>87797
Tricksiness comes fom all angles.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/dec/02/nhs-cache-leak-first-circulated-online-by-group-similar-to-russian-operation
>> No. 87800 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 7:29 pm
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>>87795

They don't really need to misrepresent him to make him seem like a racist, though, do they? He's called black people piccaninnies before.
>> No. 87801 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 7:34 pm
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>>87795

It doesn't really sound like a word at all, but I think I can hear the "T" there. I think he said "talor", so odds are he meant to say talent.

He's still a racist though.
>> No. 87802 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 7:55 pm
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>>87798
Yeah that's what I said. Shut the fuck up you Guido-reader.

>>87799
What is the tricksiness here, exactly? No-one has denied the leaked documents are real, so at worst you can say it's a 'Russian information campaign'.
>> No. 87803 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 8:07 pm
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>>87793
He's said he won't do it. Scheduling conflicts apparently.

Neil should empty chair him and reel off every shit thing him and the Cons have been involved with.
>> No. 87804 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 8:09 pm
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>>87800
>He's called black people piccaninnies before.

The problem with a lot of comments like this about Johnson is that they're deliberately taken out of context. It was an article disparaging Blair for his neo-colonialist behaviour whilst he was laying the groundwork for the invasion of Iraq.

There are plenty of valid reasons to criticise Boris Johnson, in particular him being a pathological liar and completely untrustworthy, but the accusations of dolphin rape tend to be half-baked.
>> No. 87805 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 8:21 pm
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>>87804
>Don't whip your n*ggers so hard
is a racist statement.
>> No. 87806 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 8:25 pm
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>>87805
What's that statement got to do with Boris Johnson?
>> No. 87807 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 9:00 pm
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>>87804

What about the one about letterboxes?
>> No. 87808 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 9:04 pm
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>>87806
If you're using a racial slur to describe someone then it's still racist even if you're using it while arguing for them to be better treated.
>> No. 87809 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 9:08 pm
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>>87804
Agreed, I hate the guys guts, but the media is taking reasonable things he's said way out of context, rather than any meaningful attacks on him.

Take >>87777
This quote is one paragraph from the article below:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/3621585/The-poor-are-being-robbed-in-Labours-class-war.html
The full article is not an attack on the lower class as the papers are making it out to be, the full article was an attack on labour for actively working against social mobility for the bottom 20% of society.
>> No. 87810 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 9:18 pm
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Watching the debate.
Apparently Bojo wants to get IIIWW done.
>> No. 87811 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 9:24 pm
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>>87807
>If you tell me that the burka is oppressive, then I am with you. If you say that it is weird and bullying to expect women to cover their faces, then I totally agree—and I would add that I can find no scriptural authority for the practice in the Koran. I would go further and say that it is absolutely ridiculous that people should choose to go around looking like letter boxes; and I thoroughly dislike any attempt by any—invariably male—government to encourage such demonstrations of “modesty”

We had a very good thread about it on /iq/ at the time. It was a nuanced article condemning Denmark's decision to ban the burka, defending women's rights to wear it but critical of men oppressing women over how they dress.

In my experience those who are most keen to point out how Jeremy Corbyn is being smeared by the media and are prepared to analyse in painstaking detail inaccuracies over how he is portrayed are all too happy to throw around lazy accusations of Boris Johnson based on half-truths and quotes taken out of context.
>> No. 87812 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 9:46 pm
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>>87811

Are these half-truths and quotes taken out of context?
https://boris-johnson-lies.com/
>> No. 87813 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 10:02 pm
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>>87812
Well, no. As I said he's a pathological liar and completely untrustworthy. You're proving my point perfectly.
>> No. 87814 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 10:04 pm
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>>87809

Labour Party is being investigated by the EHRC, only one other party has been under investigation, namely the BNP.
>> No. 87815 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 10:22 pm
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>>87813
That's fair, you said it in a different post so I didn't connect the two.
>> No. 87816 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 11:53 pm
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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-speech-cancelled-protest-police-general-election-rochester-a9235821.html
>Boris Johnson cancels speech after five protesters turn up
lol
>> No. 87817 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 12:04 am
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>>87814

And they're still a better choice than the competition, I agree that this is a completely ludicrous state of affairs.

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