Originally posted by finnegan
On deselection and anti austerity you are just insisting on continuing shismatic abuse of Corbyn without in reality supporting your claims. Verbosity does not equate to reasoning. You are just throwing out more and more misinformation which, of course, would be tedious to deconstruct.
Sadly you are a great help and support to the Tories.
Since you can't be bothered to respond to straightforward arguments, I'll try cablese:
In Finnegan's terms, signing up to Tory spending plans, advocating borrowing 250 billion pounds from the private sector and refusing to raise higher rate tax bands = "anti-austerity".
Jeremy Corbyn = "anti-austerity"
25,000 examples of anti-semitic abuse plus countless examples everyday of pro-Corbyn antisemitism = not evidence.
Tom Watson meeting elected Israeli politicians and advocating peace = cynical Zionist plot and guilt by association.
Jeremy Corbyn mourning IRA terrorists and sharing platform with Hamas = nothing to see here, stop trying to infer guilt by association, move on.
The SNP pro-privatization agenda, use of taxpayers money to benefit middle-class students at the expense of working-class students, + refusal to raise higher-rate taxes, + proposing 3% corporation tax cuts + freezing council taxes for years at the cost of public services = "anti-austerity" and/or "left-wing".
Guild socialism advocating worker democracy alongside consumer democracy minus wage slavery = "right-wing".
Vast body of Labour opinion from right through mainstream to hard left opposing Jeremy Corbyn because of his inability to poll well, organize, produce policy or persuade = "neoliberals".
That's pretty funny.
Tell you what, I enjoyed Diane Abbott suggestion that we'll be neck and neck with the Tories in less than a year. As a Corbynista you presumably back this up.
I'll bookmark this page. In a year we'll doubtless come back to a resurgent social movement, ten per cent leads in the polls, Labour setting the agenda, Theresa May pegged back to 30%, and you can rightly tell me how wrong I was.
Or maybe, just maybe, it'll be the same old porridge, the same incoherence and inaudibility, the same awful poll ratings and indifference to electoral reality, and you people will finally begin to realize just what you've done to the party's chances in the name of the phoney radicalism that is "anti-austerity".