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Android Ed Miliband Repeats Himself, Repeats Himself...

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Watch Ed Miliband being interviewed by the BBC. Even for a Labour politician from the lunatic Brown years this is very strange.

Like a malfunctioning robot he seems to be stuck in a continual loop.

Last weekend Miliband stated that Labour was out of touch with their own supporters as well as the general electorate.

With this type of performance would anyone think anything has changed?

http://order-order.com/2011/06/30/bbc-repeats/#comments

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He just needs to go in for a service.

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Vote NuLabour. Where nothing can go wrong... go wrong..... go wrong....

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Just finished watching. That's hysterical!

Lol!

But in terms of a BBC interview, it was perhaps perfectly sensible. If most of the audience are half-listening while also reading HPC (or whatever else they do with their time) then repetition stands the best chance of getting the message across. And that message appears to be "we're not 1970s Labour", which might be just what they need to send out when Balls is calling for Weimar economics.

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Best of the replies on Guido...

That is the sight of a trendy lefty leader, who’s never had a real job in his life, impaled upon the helplessness of his own position, unable to say fxck all.

Does not compute! Does not compute! Does not compute! whirrr…click! does not compute.

It’s funny how someone who is so aggressive and cocky in PMQs when he’s got a script he’s spent days learning is so utterly useless when confronted with a difficult question himself.

Although it pains me to say it, David Cameron was absolutely right about red Ed. He’s got nothing to say on any of the real issues. Milliband is just a lame duck waiting to be put out of his misery by a Labour party without the guts or talent to replace even a third rate village idiot like this

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Much as I'd like to think it's genuine. It clearly can't be.

Why not?

He wants the soundbite "strikes are wrong" on the 6 o clock news, the interviewer wants him to say something controversial or supportive of the strikes.

That said - chicken run lookey likey is a total lightweight.

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It's nothing new, Labour merely copied a proven tactic.

The chief function of propaganda is to convince the masses, who slowness of understanding needs to be given time in order that they may absorb information; and only constant repetition will finally succeed in imprinting an idea on their mind.........the slogan must of course be illustrated in many ways and from several angles, but in the end one must always return to the assertion of the same formula. The one will be rewarded by the surprising and almost incredible results that such a personal policy secures.

Adolf Hitler - "Mein Kampf"

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It's nothing new, Labour merely copied a proven tactic.

Much older than your source. The church, for example, has been there for upwards of 1600 years.

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Much older than your source. The church, for example, has been there for upwards of 1600 years.

nah ...I blame the Pharaohs from the old Kingdom, thousands of years before that pacifist terrorist ..jesus

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Leave Red Ed alone. He's the best chance we've got in keeping Labour unelectable for years. We've only one backup plan. The hideous "Balls creature" who seems to have gone to ground recently.

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Just taking from where brown left off.

'lock the recovery in'

'hard working families'

'economy moving foward'

'doing the right thing''

'lock the recovery in'

'hard working families'

'economy moving foward'

'doing the right thing''

'lock the recovery in'

'hard working families'

'economy moving foward'

'doing the right thing''

'lock the recovery in'

'hard working families'

'economy moving foward'

'doing the right thing''

Ad infinitum...

Not very imaginative liebour press office, is it. You can tell all the letters into local papers from there because its always the same wording 'tory led coalition' 'ideological cuts' etc etc.

They dont even try and hide their affiliation.

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Leave Red Ed alone. He's the best chance we've got in keeping Labour unelectable for years. We've only one backup plan. The hideous "Balls creature" who seems to have gone to ground recently.

I guess two 'eds arent better than one after all.

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I guess two 'eds arent better than one after all.

..unless, of course, your aim is to sink the Liebour party without trace.:lol:

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Repetition is an effective tactic in maintaining the power balance in conversations, and asserting yourself with strangers. You might look stupid, but the "attacker's" efforts are easily quashed when you stand your ground with repetition.

A conversation, especially when heated, is like a tennis match. You make your statement, the ball is then in their court. They will come back at you. You repeat your statement, and bash the ball back. Now they are on the back foot. One of the reasons why you are not supposed to ask the Queen a direct question is about this power balance.

Repetiton is powerful. Try it.

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Its now uploaded onto Youtube and gone viral!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZtVm8wtyFI

The comments are interesting too (heaven forbid that the BBC would allow comments).

I agree he's been groomed by handlers to repeat stuff over and over again, to get the sound bite across. However this time its backfired horribly.

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