Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
Forum index | Previous Thread | Next thread
Corbyn 11:22 - Oct 10 with 754 viewsthis_charming_man

just listening to his speech. So people will work less hours, they'll put up the minimum wage, they'll create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, they're going to invest millions in the economy, they're going to make sure everyone has free education throughout life, scrapping university tuition fees and funding schools far better.

Whilst I don't disagree with any of it, It all sounds so wonderful and easy.

TUIs only reliable source of ITk news. #bewareoffalseprophets
Poll: Would you rather

0

Corbyn on 11:29 - Oct 10 with 740 viewsthis_charming_man

they're going to build 1m new homes too.

Im off to the back of the cupboard to see if I can get into Narnia.

TUIs only reliable source of ITk news. #bewareoffalseprophets
Poll: Would you rather

1

Corbyn on 11:43 - Oct 10 with 728 viewsdirk_doone

Both Johnson and Corbyn are making promises they can't keep, which will leave the country chronically in debt, in order to win a general election. It's all about their own personal ambition with little regard for sensible government. The billions Johnson has promised to spend already simply aren't there.

Once the interest repayments the government must pay exceed their annual income, the national debt is going to be so great that foreign banks will stop lending us money, as they'll know we'll never be able to pay it back. Although there is a theory that the Chinese government will continue to lend the UK money so that they can control our foreign policy.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49961301
[Post edited 10 Oct 12:31]

Poll: Would you like a home 'kop' at St. Mary's directly behind one of the goals?

-1

Corbyn on 12:12 - Oct 10 with 690 viewsitoldyouso

Look at the billions chucked at the DUP, misspent in the last 3 years on the incompetent brexit process, billions upon billions, the money is there, straight after May was bleating about not having a magic money tree she chucked billions at the DUP, the bankers were bailed out with billions of tax payers pounds. The labour manifesto is costed, the Johnson one is electoral opportunism uncosted and not worth the paper it was written on, thats the difference. The financial times backs labour, treacherous speculator pals back Johnson

Loves saints hates the fascist FLA

-1

Corbyn on 12:19 - Oct 10 with 675 viewskingslandstand1

Don't know why they didn't think of it earlier really
0

Corbyn on 12:22 - Oct 10 with 669 viewssaints__fan__73

Did he say anything about the free unicorns the State were going to provide under a Labour government?

"Playing Devil's Advocate since 15th January 2014"
Poll: Have the events of the Summer made Nick feel closer to LFC?

0

Corbyn on 12:24 - Oct 10 with 664 viewsdirk_doone

The money isn't THERE. They will simply try to borrow even more.

The national debt stood at £1.786 trillion at the calendar year ending 2018, or 85.2% of GDP, as published by the Office for National Statistics. By the end of this year it will be approaching two trillion pounds, which is more than the country's GDP.

[Post edited 10 Oct 12:40]

Poll: Would you like a home 'kop' at St. Mary's directly behind one of the goals?

-1
Corbyn on 12:24 - Oct 10 with 662 viewsBicester_North

Corbyn on 12:12 - Oct 10 by itoldyouso

Look at the billions chucked at the DUP, misspent in the last 3 years on the incompetent brexit process, billions upon billions, the money is there, straight after May was bleating about not having a magic money tree she chucked billions at the DUP, the bankers were bailed out with billions of tax payers pounds. The labour manifesto is costed, the Johnson one is electoral opportunism uncosted and not worth the paper it was written on, thats the difference. The financial times backs labour, treacherous speculator pals back Johnson


And your answer is to violently impose your supposedly superior (in your view) genetics on less privileged, vulnerable members of society? This behaviour takes unpleasantness to new heights. Why does your snobbish background entitle you to sneeringly try to belittle and intimidate the poor?

Poll: How proud are you to see our ex players at Liverpool?

0
Corbyn on 12:35 - Oct 10 with 636 viewsitoldyouso

Corbyn on 12:22 - Oct 10 by saints__fan__73

Did he say anything about the free unicorns the State were going to provide under a Labour government?


Are those the free unicorns you were already promised in a no deal brexit?

Loves saints hates the fascist FLA

0
Login to get fewer ads

Corbyn on 12:37 - Oct 10 with 633 viewsitoldyouso

Corbyn on 12:24 - Oct 10 by Bicester_North

And your answer is to violently impose your supposedly superior (in your view) genetics on less privileged, vulnerable members of society? This behaviour takes unpleasantness to new heights. Why does your snobbish background entitle you to sneeringly try to belittle and intimidate the poor?


Incester......do you think you' d be on this forum if you were asked to complete a captcha?

Loves saints hates the fascist FLA

0
Corbyn on 12:53 - Oct 10 with 617 viewsBicester_North

Corbyn on 12:37 - Oct 10 by itoldyouso

Incester......do you think you' d be on this forum if you were asked to complete a captcha?


Disgusting. Is incest normal in your supposedly superior social circle? Hooray Henry big eared boys like you are thankfully fewer these days but still a threat to the vulnerable.

Poll: How proud are you to see our ex players at Liverpool?

0

Corbyn on 13:18 - Oct 10 with 573 viewsitoldyouso

Incester, your algorithm has a very big (silicon) chip on its shoulder.

btw if you really thought I was a posh boy you'd be offering to polish my shoes and voting for me to keep you under the thumb like the other far right extremists on here

if AI got a vote of course

Loves saints hates the fascist FLA

0
Corbyn on 13:27 - Oct 10 with 565 viewsitoldyouso

Corbyn on 12:24 - Oct 10 by dirk_doone

The money isn't THERE. They will simply try to borrow even more.

The national debt stood at £1.786 trillion at the calendar year ending 2018, or 85.2% of GDP, as published by the Office for National Statistics. By the end of this year it will be approaching two trillion pounds, which is more than the country's GDP.

[Post edited 10 Oct 12:40]


The trillions in debt caused by the tories, straight after ww2 we brought in a national health service and rebuilt the country, dont tell me we cant rebuild and reinvest again, especially as rising employment and tax returns from proper jobs created will begin to bite into that debt. The tories cant run the economy, we need a different approach we have no choice

Loves saints hates the fascist FLA

0
Corbyn on 15:27 - Oct 10 with 528 viewsBicester_North

Corbyn on 13:18 - Oct 10 by itoldyouso

Incester, your algorithm has a very big (silicon) chip on its shoulder.

btw if you really thought I was a posh boy you'd be offering to polish my shoes and voting for me to keep you under the thumb like the other far right extremists on here

if AI got a vote of course


Don’t try and weasel out of it now you smoking jacket prefect rugger bugger freak.Your monocle getting all steamed up when the poor dare to stand up to your racist ways. Now you’re targeting the homeless for your hate as well? Nice. Silver spoon scum.

Poll: How proud are you to see our ex players at Liverpool?

0
Corbyn on 16:01 - Oct 10 with 507 viewsGasGiant

Corbyn on 12:12 - Oct 10 by itoldyouso

Look at the billions chucked at the DUP, misspent in the last 3 years on the incompetent brexit process, billions upon billions, the money is there, straight after May was bleating about not having a magic money tree she chucked billions at the DUP, the bankers were bailed out with billions of tax payers pounds. The labour manifesto is costed, the Johnson one is electoral opportunism uncosted and not worth the paper it was written on, thats the difference. The financial times backs labour, treacherous speculator pals back Johnson


1) How much exactly went to the "DUP"? Can you quote reliable sources? When you say the "DUP", do you mean that the party kept all the "billions" and none of it went to the people of Northern Ireland? Do you not agree that central Government funding should leave the shores of England then?
2) When were the "bankers" bailed out again? I thought this was in 2009. You must be the only person (apart from Momentum) who thinks banks are owned by individuals. Perhaps you and Momentum imagine these "bankers" are Jewish, as indeed did the National Socialists in the 1930s.
3) How much in the manifesto is put aside to repay student loans already paid? How much to nationalise Gas and Electricity distribution? How much to "renationalise" the railways (ie the ROSCOs).Where does this funding come from?
3) Where does it say the FT backs Corbyn? In 2017 the FT backed Teresa May. Which date was the editorial where the paper switched its preference?
0

Corbyn on 16:10 - Oct 10 with 496 viewsDorsetIan

I feel a bit like Michael Gove. Aren't we all a bit fed up with Tory financial 'experts' criticising Labour on the basis that there is no magic money tree?

Johnson is blatantly trying to steal Labour's thunder by promising his own spending spree and the main difference is that he's promising to cut taxes too. So he needs two magic money trees.
-1
Corbyn on 16:39 - Oct 10 with 476 viewsBlue

Corbyn on 13:27 - Oct 10 by itoldyouso

The trillions in debt caused by the tories, straight after ww2 we brought in a national health service and rebuilt the country, dont tell me we cant rebuild and reinvest again, especially as rising employment and tax returns from proper jobs created will begin to bite into that debt. The tories cant run the economy, we need a different approach we have no choice


"The tories cant run the economy"

Remind us all of the note left in the treasury by your beloved Labour party, last time they were trusted with the country's purse strings?

Still stood in the Kippax

1

Corbyn on 16:50 - Oct 10 with 465 viewsOccasional_Showers

Just look at the type of people who put Corbyn in power. Nuff said.

Poll: Greta Thunberg? Your view

0
Corbyn on 19:18 - Oct 10 with 384 viewsinthebox

Corbyn on 16:01 - Oct 10 by GasGiant

1) How much exactly went to the "DUP"? Can you quote reliable sources? When you say the "DUP", do you mean that the party kept all the "billions" and none of it went to the people of Northern Ireland? Do you not agree that central Government funding should leave the shores of England then?
2) When were the "bankers" bailed out again? I thought this was in 2009. You must be the only person (apart from Momentum) who thinks banks are owned by individuals. Perhaps you and Momentum imagine these "bankers" are Jewish, as indeed did the National Socialists in the 1930s.
3) How much in the manifesto is put aside to repay student loans already paid? How much to nationalise Gas and Electricity distribution? How much to "renationalise" the railways (ie the ROSCOs).Where does this funding come from?
3) Where does it say the FT backs Corbyn? In 2017 the FT backed Teresa May. Which date was the editorial where the paper switched its preference?


https://fullfact.org/economy/1-trillion-not-spent-bailing-out-banks/
0
Corbyn on 21:02 - Oct 10 with 293 viewsChesham_Saint

Corbyn on 12:53 - Oct 10 by Bicester_North

Disgusting. Is incest normal in your supposedly superior social circle? Hooray Henry big eared boys like you are thankfully fewer these days but still a threat to the vulnerable.


ITYS is a posh middle class boy? I thought he was a postie from Glasgow, or am I confusing him with someone else?

Poll: Which manager would you prefer Saints to have?

0

Corbyn on 21:36 - Oct 10 with 274 viewsthis_charming_man

In just this 20 seconds here he promises to invest 1/2 trillion pounds in infrastructure and the economy. The guy is an embarrassment


TUIs only reliable source of ITk news. #bewareoffalseprophets
Poll: Would you rather

0
Corbyn on 23:29 - Oct 10 with 228 viewsinthebox

Corbyn on 21:36 - Oct 10 by this_charming_man

In just this 20 seconds here he promises to invest 1/2 trillion pounds in infrastructure and the economy. The guy is an embarrassment



I think the key word is, invest he gets my vote. The last banking crises proved beyond doubt that capitalism is defunct
0
About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© FansNetwork 2019