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- Dec 23, 2003
Their passports had consecutive serial numbers. Not suspicious at all.It's becoming more and more obvious that this was Putin's plan all along - he's laughing at the West.
And still no one gives a shit.
Stopped reading when I read the line "borderline anti-semitic drivel" just because his quackery involved the state of Israel.
So this article is saying that Corbyn is responsible for the stuff his supporters post?
Tankies are not anti-war. They are anti-west. They give Russia and Iran a free pass. Corbyn was much more concerned about western intervention in Kosovo than the actual massacres that were occurring. It's a complete double-standard.OK @Wij, I've given it another serious go.
This is the guy who wrote the piece:
And I don't disagree that he has strongly held views. I think it's admirable to stand up in a room like that and make a challenge. Quite a brave thing to do.
But his use of the extremes of Corbyn supporters (the canary) to have a pop at Corbyn himself (rather than dealing with what Corbyn himself has stated) and the antisemitic smearing (the videos he links to ffs - it's not antisemitic to hold a view that you suspect that the state of Israel is involved in distabilising <whatever> because it's got a long history of doing exactly that) means that his message is lost.
Yes. Russia do shit things. We do shit things too. Laying that at the feet of a man who's anti-war isn't helpful. We've not had an anti-war power platform in parliament for as long as I remember - and there is space for that. The Skripal poisoning aside (which is a shit state of affairs however you look at it) the bigger picture is about how we conduct ourselves as a country. And we've been left wanting, and the only political leader who wants to do anything about that is Corbyn.
Again, not that I particularly like him, and actually think I stand to lose if he gets into power.
I don't really understand your vehement hatred of him over, say, Theresa May - who represents the status quo. They both seem equally incompetent in their own way.
That's not what it's saying at all.So this article is saying that Corbyn is responsible for the stuff his supporters post?
I thought it was perfectly reasonable at the time for Corbyn to want to follow international convention rather than blindly immediately blame Russia - which most other people did.That's not what it's saying at all.
Jeremy Corbyn's Russia stance has reopened Labour's wounds
Cool story bro. Maybe if they stopped lobbing rockets at Israel they'd be treated a bit better.
Which would mean something if the lab was the only evidence they had or could have had.
I don't see how removing an established village has anything to do with anyone lobbing rockets.Cool story bro. Maybe if they stopped lobbing rockets at Israel they'd be treated a bit better.
But it still doesn't explain why this particular man of peace, only ever talks to and supports one side of the argument - IRA / Palestine / Russia etc. Cunningly the side "against" the UK.
It's almost as if his reputation as a terrorist sympathiser is completely warranted.
That's a terrible false equivalence. Why should Ukraine and Georgia have to accept being dominated by Russia and have puppet governments and stolen territory when they don't want it? If they want to join an alliance against Russian aggression then that's their choice. Russia is the one that gives the absurd narrative of a multi polar world where the US can boss it's neighbors around as long as Russia can boss it's neighbors around.Russia? - On Russia Corbyn echoes many people - Why should the West have the dominant position in the world and forcing everyone to bend to their will? That's a good course for war isn't it? Proud and powerful countries such as Russia will never stand for it.
Obviously this position isn't respected in established politics because looking at your own countries actions and suggesting that they could be wrong is self-hating and has no place in politics.