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TheSyrup Posted on 03/09/2019 22:22
Corbyn Melts
 
 
What a terrorist loving scumbag.
You have to laugh at the antics,they have no morals or shame.The only good thing is that the MPs who voted against the government will be getting pumped tonight.
This is going to get proper nasty.
Whether you voted leave or Remain,its a very bad day for democracy.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 03/09/2019 22:24
Edited On: 03/09/2019 22:25
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Snowflake.

In fact, not even snowflake - Syrup youíre a fence rattler.
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TheSyrup Posted on 03/09/2019 22:42

Corbyn Melts

 
Iíve never been a fence rattler in my life sunshine,Iíve Always been at the Front doing the Swinging.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 03/09/2019 23:00
Edited On: 03/09/2019 23:01
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Thatís the first thing they all say.
Fence rattler!

And noted: didnít deny snowflake.
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PompeyLor Posted on 04/09/2019 08:19
Edited On: 04/09/2019 08:20
Corbyn Melts

 
Always a good sign when syrup and exgaffer start their squinnying. Don't worry I'm sure your band of racists, selfish idiots will be hard at work trying to threaten their way out of this one.

The irony of Boris undemocratically throwing out members of his own party for voting against the government when he spent the last year doing just that himself is hilarious.

I bet trump will be very unimpressed with his apprentice too.

So whatever happens, and I'm sure you lot will succeed in kicking out lots of foreigners eventually, I'm having this moment. Despite everything, Corbyn has a united cordinated opposition and we still have a chance to save this country. Hold your nerve mate and don't take the election bait just yet. Oh and I've never voted for him either.

Anyway, Ive said my bit and have no intention of reading whatever witty riposte you decide to think up so please don't lose the day.
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DesignatedSurvivor Posted on 04/09/2019 08:22

Corbyn Melts

 
Oh I cant wait for a Government that involves Corbyn the Cvnt with his side kick Diane fcvking Abott, god help us all.
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tihkal77 Posted on 04/09/2019 08:53

Corbyn Melts

 
Only in the parallel universe of Fansonline, could you be treated to the uninformed ravings of gammon like syrup...
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Alcopops Posted on 04/09/2019 09:01

Corbyn Melts

 
Only a sycophantic posh loving gullible fool would vote Tory.
Let the Tory press do your thinking for you.
Its a lot easier that way

Mugs
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TheSyrup Posted on 04/09/2019 09:10

Corbyn Melts

 
The great unwashed are out in force today.
Good luck I think youíre going to need it.

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muschi Posted on 04/09/2019 09:19

Corbyn Melts

 
Lets be realistic, like some on this board, the whole of the house of commons need to grow up and serve the country in a mature manner.

A PM's word should be honoured. Cameron made it clear what the vote would mean and some conveniently forget what he said Prior to the vote.

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shinpad Posted on 04/09/2019 09:30

Corbyn Melts

 
Absolutely. in the arrogant, self-entitled, disrespectful and idle we trust. My deference is very important.
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Bedblockers Posted on 04/09/2019 12:38

Corbyn Melts

 
Oh dear, the Irony of hard line lefties remarking about Boris taking the whip from anti democratic snakes, when Corbyn turned the labour party into the Momentum party by systematically removing hordes of true Labour MP's.
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 04/09/2019 13:00

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Muschi ... there was nothing in Cameron's speech about a no deal. Just a commitment to leave, no-one (well hardly no-one) is trying to stop that now. But when did 'no deal', which everyone was strongly against only a couple of months ago, become the primary argument of the leave campaign ? I cannot believe that anyone that has read Johnson's own government's Yellowhammer assessment of the impact of no deal can seriously want it. Yes, we are all bored with Brexit but you cannot use that as an excuse to cause so much damage to the country.

Johnson is pretending to be using no deal preparation as a negotiation tool to getting a good deal, but he knows that is a nonsense as no-one in Europe doubted his willingness to do a no deal anyway, and the reality is he wants a no deal exit despite the damage it will cause just to enhance his own reputation as being a strong forceful leader. Europe is willing to talk about any deal he can propose, but he is not even pretending to be coming up with any new ideas. Instead he has stoked the hornet's nest with the prorogation to deflect attention away from the lack of any proposals knowing full well the reaction that would follow. He is gambling that Corbyn is unelectable, and may be right, but it is all about him winning an election whenever that is, and not about what is best for the country.

All of his actions since he swappped sides just before the referendum have all been about his own advancement.
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shinpad Posted on 04/09/2019 13:01

Corbyn Melts

 
Systematically removing hordes of true labour MPs? Name one.
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yellowcheesemonkey Posted on 04/09/2019 13:01

Corbyn Melts

 
Corbyn Melts?
Oh..i thought this thread was about sweets.
A new kind of Candy Melt [:D]
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tricky_ricky_pfc Posted on 04/09/2019 13:14

Corbyn Melts

 
Syrup admits to being a swinger......what a shocker, didnít see that one coming [:O]
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muschi Posted on 04/09/2019 15:20

Corbyn Melts

 
VDB you carry on believing what you like, the fact is cameron stated very clearly that once the vote was made thee was no turning back, no political party, no pressure groups. just in or out.

The tories have gone from sheer insanity to raving lunacy. May calling a snap election and losing most of her majority. The elite letting her represent us in the first place and then by letting her carry on so long, then boris sawing his own testicles off with a string of incompetent moves that defy logic.

I'm no tory nor labour and my only hope is they do extend and in the ensuing election Sir Nigel (and his string of sane policies) become the cavalry riding to the rescue.
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 04/09/2019 16:28

Corbyn Melts

 
Muschi,

Yes, in or out. Out won which is why we've spent 3 years seeking a deal to make that happen with a promise in the winning election manifesto that it would be with the best deal possible. Out is still not in question, but out with 'no deal' has to be resisted at all costs. Nobody has ever sought any mandate via referendum or election for a no deal for the very good reason that they know they would never get it. There is not a single word in the Cameron speech that justifies or promises or even mentions a no deal exit. You talk as if it is the only option which it emphatically is not.

I repeat ... how did 'no deal' go from the most unpopular idea on the table for both sides of the argument to being the primary focus. The answer is pure boredom from the public with the whole Brexit campaign, possibly the worse reason imaginable for taking such a major constitutional step but Boris is using it as an excuse to push through the unpopular for his own benefit knowing full well that it is a bad idea for everyone except him personally. And to suspend parliament to achieve it was just unforgivable and he fully deserved the XXXXXX nose he got last night.
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TheSyrup Posted on 04/09/2019 16:35

Corbyn Melts

 
I thought this would be near the ton by now,it should move a bit later on
Whatís wrong mr tickle., has your Giro not turned up yet😭
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 04/09/2019 17:23

Corbyn Melts

 
17.4M voted Leave from an electorate of 45.6M. "The people have spoken" 😊
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cunninglinguist Posted on 04/09/2019 17:23

Corbyn Melts

 
I'm surprised that people still continue to quote Cameron's pledge. The fact is a prime minister is there are to act on parliament bidding, not the other way round. Boris Johnson is currently all too aware of that fact.

It makes absolutely no difference what Cameron promised. He didn't stick around and for good reason.
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TheSyrup Posted on 04/09/2019 17:33

Corbyn Melts

 
46.5 million never voted to leave or remain,so you still lost
Talk about thick.
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 04/09/2019 17:36
Edited On: 05/09/2019 08:57
Corbyn Melts

 
The Constitution is totally overlooked by almost everyone. A basic tenet is that a Parliament cannot be bound by a previous Parliament. In short, it doesn't matter a **** what Cameron said about the referendum from the moment he resigned.
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 04/09/2019 17:36
Edited On: 05/09/2019 08:59
Corbyn Melts

 
Deleted LOL that'll teach me to stop using my old Windows phone.
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wonderwhy Posted on 04/09/2019 18:04

Corbyn Melts

 
posts twice and still fcuks it up
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muschi Posted on 04/09/2019 18:22

Corbyn Melts

 
It does matter what cameron said cunni because that is what people based their choice on.

As it stands if the bill currently under debate is a bill for not really leaving.
Of course it would be best to leave with a good deal but there is not a good deal on the table and the eu will never offer one.

I look forward to a general election with the brexit party supported by the few tories who scrape through showing what real cajones can do,
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suffolkpompey Posted on 04/09/2019 20:22

Corbyn Melts

 
Corbyn had better hope there isn't an election because he'd be out of a job, he is totally unelectable. The public have had enough of Brexit, they just want it done. This present parliament have had 3 years to sort this out and they haven't. If there is an election there will be quite a few MP's who may think they are in a safe seat who will be looking over their shoulder.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 04/09/2019 20:33

Corbyn Melts

 
Roll on the election, time to drain the swamp.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 04/09/2019 21:42

Corbyn Melts

 
If the public have had enough of Brexit then we should revoke. Because if it goes through, this is just the start - its going to go on for years like this.
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TheSyrup Posted on 04/09/2019 21:48

Corbyn Melts

 
As a card carrying member of the brexit party,we need a few more disasters for the tories which will focus the mind, and in comes Sir Nigel on a white charger to collude with the hapless tories And deliver the referendum result.
If it goes really bad for Boris,the brexit party may ask the tories to step aside and Sir Nigel (Peace be upon Him)will be Elected Prime Minister of the Uk.
Lump On
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TufnellChimes Posted on 04/09/2019 22:07

Corbyn Melts

 
Don't like to be the one to disappoint you Syrup, but you're not a member of the Brexit Party. Your 25 quid qualified you as a supporter of the Brexit Party - which is actually a company rather than a party - it has only one member, Farage: CEO and owner + a small handful of secret shareholders. And he'll be the one reaping the dividends should things fall in his favour. You plucky supporters will get jack.
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 04/09/2019 22:26

Corbyn Melts

 
Syrup,

A minor point but for Farage to become PM he would have to be an MP, something he has failed to achieve in several attempts.

The only function of the Brexit party is to make it possible that Corbyn will win the election. He has no chance against Boris on popularity but with Brexit splitting the tory vote Labour will inevitably be the largest party, and a coalition with the Libs & SNP will see Farage as the cause for Brexit being delayed or even possibly not happening at all. If Farage really wants a no deal brexit then his best tactic would be to dissolve his party before the election.

But Corbyn says thankyou for the £25 towards his cause.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 04/09/2019 22:29

Corbyn Melts

 
Wouldn't be too sure of Johnson's popularity - the bumbling eccentric schtick ain't working.
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TheSyrup Posted on 04/09/2019 22:31

Corbyn Melts

 
£25 is peanuts,I would happily pay Sir Nigel (Peace be upon Him)an awful lot more to make his life easier.
It may take a while but their is going to be some gnashing of teeth and wrecked careers and aspirations also probably an end of the left wing scruffs/champagne socialists and incompetent Tory Politicians.
Then it will be the turn of House of Lords.
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jezzer Posted on 04/09/2019 22:39

Corbyn Melts

 
The public have had enough they just want it done....Then they don't know the half of it.
Unfortunately, and as already said on here, whether you are a remainer, leaver or fence sitter this is just the beginning of a long, bitter, drawn out process which is going to take years to conclude and decades to overcome.
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Bluestow Posted on 04/09/2019 22:42

Corbyn Melts

 
Are you all dressed up in your brown shirt while you write this nonsense.
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TheSyrup Posted on 04/09/2019 22:44

Corbyn Melts

 
Corbyn has no chance whatsoever of becoming Prime Minister,he hasnít even got the backing of his own MPs as most absolutely despise him.
Donít forget 80% of them voted against him in a confidence vote, it was only the membership that saved him with their £3 a go membership fees.
He is mostly fcuked in the north and the Brexit Party will pick up those votes.
He is fcuked in Scotland,I could go on but I have other things to do.
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Bluestow Posted on 04/09/2019 22:44

Corbyn Melts

 
Words of wisdom, jezzer
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 05/09/2019 08:09

Corbyn Melts

 
In normal circumstances Corbyn would indeed have zero chance of becoming PM.

But now he does have just one small chance, and that is being given to him by Farage splitting the Tory vote. Without them he would have no chgance at all.
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cunninglinguist Posted on 05/09/2019 22:20

Corbyn Melts

 
Really, Muschi? EVERY PM comes out with a load of crap during their time in power. Why should Camerons false promises be treated any differently?
As I said before, any PM is the servant of parliament and hence the people who voted them in. Without being certain of a majority they can't do exactly as they wish and it is futile to promise anything. The current situation is proof of that.
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muschi Posted on 05/09/2019 23:02

Corbyn Melts

 
There is a difference here Cunni, a big difference.

This was the PM offering guidance on the biggest political vote of our time, it was not making promises in an attempt to win votes or any other political gain. If aNYTHING IT WAS A WARNING NOT TO VOTE LEAVE. (oops accidental use of caps lock there)

Now we have parliament usurping democracy and having the nerve to complain about boris for doing the same, dirty tricks breed dirty tricks.

If only we had a part not filled with career politicians, or maybe there is one...

cue the obvious comments from the usual suspects.
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cunninglinguist Posted on 06/09/2019 04:30

Corbyn Melts

 
He had his own personal political motives, just like the rest of them though. His wasn't an impartial view and surely it would be naive not to think that a large percentage of the voting public would not give their support just because he's a Tory!

As to whether a PM's word can be trusted, why do they not stay in office?
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 06/09/2019 06:29

Corbyn Melts

 
Easy to sort out and Boris is doing the right thing. Call a general election now and let the people decide. Labour will get decimated in their leave voting constituencies. The greens and Liberals will pick up the remain voters that cannot vote for Labour and the Conservatives will get a working majority with the added bonus of having purged their own remainiac brigade. Leaving the way open for a proper Brexit. What could go wrong? Only the scum in Parliament continuing to ensure that they subvert the referendum pushing their own agenda, yet again, to keep us in the E.U.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 06/09/2019 07:05
Edited On: 06/09/2019 07:29
Corbyn Melts

 
Only he canít call an election. Cameronís fixed term act made it necessary to require 150-odd votes from the opposition. After standing at his lecture outside Downing Street lying about not wanting a GE, he may be forced to hold a no confidence vote in himself - and he still may not get it.
And why should Labour give him anything? At the moment his resignation looks more likely than a GE.

Despotism masquerading as a total shambles.
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scouse Posted on 06/09/2019 07:33

Corbyn Melts

 
Subverting the referendum sounds fine to me.
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Cressers Posted on 06/09/2019 07:36

Corbyn Melts

 
There's a saying that sometimes you're the pigeon, and other times the statue. Corbyn may be the pigeon for the moment, but it won't be long before he's going to get covered in what the voters dump on him.

As for the electoral deadlock, Mrs Windsor is going to be forced to act and force a poll by the exercise of the Royal Perogative; it's either that or watching Westminster burn.
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Frattonizer Posted on 06/09/2019 09:42

Corbyn Melts

 
@syrup....and who was that terrorist on Johnson's doorstep yesterday. The architect of a new Apartheid - Bibi
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TheSyrup Posted on 06/09/2019 10:01

Corbyn Melts

 
Was their a convicted terrorist on Johnsonís doorstep yesterday,obviously a severe security breakdown.
If corbyn gets into power, the terrorists will there own bedrooms.
😂😂😂
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