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Is It Time To Disband The Labour Party?

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In light of the Rotherham scandal is it time for the Labour Party to be disbanded as they appear to be nothing but a politically corrupt self interested party.

The Labour Party in all it's wisdom decided the best candidate for the job of South Yorkshire Police Commissioner was a man who previously had to resign because of his own failings in this child abuse scandal which has now blown up.

Various Labour councils have repeatedly failed to protect children is this a failure which is a result of beliefs which have slowly destroyed the party.

Even on the national level we currently have a number of front bench Labour officials who've been closely linked with the PIE scandal.

Is it time for Labour to do the honourable thing and disband as a political party?

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And the Conservative Party. Don't forget to disband them as well.

And the Liberal Party. Naturally.

I nearly added in for objectivity I accept the others need to be considered.

However this is a specific question about Labour.

As a political party are they so rotten to the core that the only answer now is for the party to be disbanded.

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The LibDems will wither on the vine.

The core Conservative support, hugely disappointed with the vacuous PR spinning of Cameron, will leave for UKIP.

Labour's traditional ageing support is dying off, the trendies will go green and there will be a new socialist party without the baggage.

And nobody will shed a tear.

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The Labour party has never done anything for the british working class

They didn't in the 70s, they never ever have.

They are actively against the working class, they are the worst party, because their enitre manifesto is based on shouting 'tories' and pretending to be for the working class.

Now the labour party is 100% complicit in child abuse because its fine for white children to be abused by non-whites. It isn't just in Rotherham, every senior member of that party has the same views.

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Its the same across the whole of Europe.

I think Marine Le Pen is probably the only politician worth voting for economically. Sometimes UKIP and Farage seems just like proper hardline tories with the amount he bangs on about freetrade and the pathetic 'clause 4' moment with all the ethnic members of his party on stage (who themselves were employing illegal immigrants in their restaurants)

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The good people of Rotherham kept voting for these dirt bags. The abuse happened over 15 years, plenty of elections.

If they vote for them, what can you do. Maybe next election, they won't.

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Aren't LibLabCon being efffectively disbanded by the electorate?

Labour are still likely to win a majority next May, but with 35% of the vote, 31% for the Tories, and about 5% for the Lib Dems

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The Labour party has never done anything for the british working class

They didn't in the 70s, they never ever have.

They are actively against the working class, they are the worst party, because their enitre manifesto is based on shouting 'tories' and pretending to be for the working class.

Now the labour party is 100% complicit in child abuse because its fine for white children to be abused by non-whites. It isn't just in Rotherham, every senior member of that party has the same views.

Labour isn't the party of the working class anymore, nor has it been for at least 10 years. Its the party of the non-working class, and it knows this.

Its the party of the single mother, the party of the civil servant, the party of the white-dee cohort, the party of the pretend employed (ie self employed and on tax credits)

It would be interesting to see just how much of labours 30-35% of the electorate has a full time job in the private sector. I'm guessing it would be fairly negligible.

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I always voted labour because I am left wing. The nail in the coffin for me is the nasty tory's raised the tax code to £10,000 from £6.500. Why the f*** didn't labour do that in the 13 years they were in power. Labour are not left wing they are more right wing than the tory's.

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Labour isn't the party of the working class anymore, nor has it been for at least 10 years. Its the party of the non-working class, and it knows this.

Its the party of the single mother, the party of the civil servant, the party of the white-dee cohort, the party of the pretend employed (ie self employed and on tax credits)

It would be interesting to see just how much of labours 30-35% of the electorate has a full time job in the private sector. I'm guessing it would be fairly negligible.

I don't really agree. What labour did was drive down wages. give some money back to the people who couldn't possibly live on such low wages and made the rich a lot richer by running a slave economy.

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I don't really agree. What labour did was drive down wages. give some money back to the people who couldn't possibly live on such low wages and made the rich a lot richer by running a slave economy.

I think your view is correct, but I also think that of Executive Sadman - the two perspectives are not irreconcilable.

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It's time to disband all politcal parties, and follow ThePin! :unsure:

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It's time to disband all politcal parties, and follow ThePin! :unsure:

Come and stand in this constituency next May, and I'll vote Pin!

Otherwise I'm afraid it's going to be the Monster Raving Loonies once more.

(Just once before when I was equally up to here with the whole,useless, shambolic lot of them).

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Come and stand in this constituency next May, and I'll vote Pin!

Otherwise I'm afraid it's going to be the Monster Raving Loonies once more.

(Just once before when I was equally up to here with the whole,useless, shambolic lot of them).

What is your constituency, Mrs Bear? Who is your MP?

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Come and stand in this constituency next May, and I'll vote Pin!

Otherwise I'm afraid it's going to be the Monster Raving Loonies once more.

(Just once before when I was equally up to here with the whole,useless, shambolic lot of them)

All I offer is a bit of common sense, and no bribes! I am no Angel! But I'll not be caught with my nob in anywhere indecent, and me mits in the till! :blink: I am totally unsuited to politcs!

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What is your constituency, Mrs Bear? Who is your MP?

Bugger! It's me! I don't actually know which town I represent! :wacko:

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It's time to disband all politcal parties, and follow ThePin! :unsure:

Have you given any thought to who your deputy leader might be Pinny...?

XYY

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Have you given any thought to who your deputy leader might be Pinny...?

XYY

It could be you XYY man, but only if you do the ice bucket challenge on top of the world famous Middlesborough Transporter Bridge the first week of October.

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Have you given any thought to who your deputy leader might be Pinny...?

:huh:

No! I'm doing Italian Style! Still we want a Chancellor or the Exchequer! I'd like a canny ******* who is not shit with other people's cash! As that is what we will be spending! :blink:

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No! I'm doing Italian Style! Still we want a Chancellor or the Exchequer! I'd like a canny ******* who is not shit with other people's cash! As that is what we will be spending! :blink:

Perhaps we should have a HPC fantasy cabinet with Pin as PM.

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Perhaps we should have a HPC fantasy cabinet with Pin as PM. :blink:

I think politicians have never met real people!

I'm not polite, I am not politically correct! But the best one is, I am not filth! :o

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