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Post by Lord Foul on Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:20 pm

Well scrat...at least we agree on one thing...

I have said a number of times in the past...

ALL media should be limited to publishing ONLY what is verifiable truth

with the exception THAT it may publish speculation....where that is in the public interest BUT at its own risk of prosecution if that proves false.

there should be no defence of "public interest" if the speculation is found to be false

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by sassy on Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:20 pm

Even the Mail have now got rid of it, but the Sun still has it.  Lying bastards.





What was he doing?
Jeremy Corbyn was accused of "dancing a jig" on his way to the Cenotaph this morning.
But the pictures don't tell the full story.
Two newspapers ran online stories accusing the Labour leader of "breaking into a dance" as he arrived behind Downing Street on his way to the Remembrance Day Service.
After the images were shared on social media, he was branded "a disgrace". One Twitter used asked: "Has no respect for anyone let alone those who gave up the lives so he could be who he is today."
But the full-frame photos reveal what Mr Corbyn was really doing.
The Labour leader chose to attend the service with a constituent, George Durack.

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Jeremy Corbyn and George Durack
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With George in the frame, it's clear the pair are talking
Mr Durack is a Word War II veteran, who served in the 7th Armoured Division, also known as the "Desert Rats", just as Caen was retaken.
Following the capture of Caen, his division took part in the invasion of France, Germany and Holland.



Mr Durack told the Mirror he was "walking along with Jeremy and he certainly didn't dance."

Joanne Davidson/SilverHub
The full frame pictures tell a different story
Mr Durack, 92, said he had known Jeremy Corbyn for 30 years and had recommended the Labour Leader became MP for Islington North.
He said: “I’ve seen a bit of action and that annoys me when somebody tries to make fun of something like this, I take it very seriously I lost good friends and good colleagues in the war and like me Jeremy Corbyn takes it very seriously.
“From what I can make of it they have taken some photographs of him walking along and you can make what you like of that. It’s absolute nonsense.




“I was with him all the time and I never saw nothing like that at all.
“If they try to blacken his name at least do it legitimately don’t make farce of something like that. I think it’s pretty awful and they should give him a break.
“I think it’s about time some of these newspapers gave him a break, he doesn’t deserve it and he certainly doesn’t deserve it when we’re talking about Remembrance Sunday and it’s terribly unfair.

Joanne Davidson/SilverHub

“I was with Jeremy when he lay the wreath and I was his companion at the Cenotaph so I know everything he’s done today because I was there.”
Mr Corbyn's team said the Labour leader had "gestured" towards the veteran while they carried on a conversation.
A spokesperson added: "The real disgrace is a photographer fabricating a story to sell his photos and airbrushing out George Durack on the one day set aside to remember the service and sacrifice of war veterans.



Mr Corbyn laid a wreath at the Cenotaph during the annual Remembrance Day ceremony.
The card read: "In honour of those who must not have died in vain, we must bring about a peaceful world."





Meanwhile, in the real world, a very statesman like Corbyn was brilliant on the Andrew Marr Show, even though they showed complete disregard for it being Rememberance Sunday by have the French Fascist on.


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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:51 pm

Interesting BUT

no mention of just how he expects to fund all that
though granted that question wasnt asked....

One wonders however IF he intends to grant workers rights that Thatcher took off them with the various trades union crippling acts?


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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:04 am

that went quiet quick

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by sassy on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:26 am

It didn't go quiet I simply have other things to do and limited energy at the moment.

To answer your 2nd question first, that was one of the first things he said had to be done:  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/Jeremy_Corbyn/11886376/Jeremy-Corbyn-plans-ministry-for-unions-and-to-scrap-Thatcherite-anti-strike-laws.html

JC and McDonnell has been working with top economists for over a year now.   Austerity doesn't work, never has, never will.   Investment is required

To quote:

“We want to see a genuinely mixed economy of public and social enterprise, alongside a private sector with a long-term private business commitment, that will provide the decent pay, jobs, housing, schools, health and social care of the future. Labour will always seek to distribute the rewards of growth more fairly. But to deliver that growth demands real change in the way the economy is run,” Corbyn said.
Earlier on Saturday, shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Blair and Brown governments had created an unfair tax system that made Britain a haven for the super-rich and that Labour would rewrite the rules of the economy.
McDonnell said the party must aspire to be another great reforming government when it returned to power.
“The last Labour government relied too heavily on tax revenues from financial services, and too heavily on off-balance sheet spending through the private finance initiative,” he said. “It didn’t do enough to clamp down on tax evasion and avoidance. It helped create an unfair tax system.”

To help solve the housing crisis, McDonnell said a Labour government would give councils the power to impose rent controls. The party’s former leader Ed Miliband said before the 2015 general election that landlords should only be able to raise rents by less than inflation for the duration of a contract.
McDonnell reiterated the party’s plan to build 100,000 new council houses a year, funded from housing benefit savings. He urged councils to emulate Manchester to offer cheap, local authority-backed mortgages.

“Labour would make it a mission to ensure families and young people on ordinary incomes aren’t locked out of home ownership as they are under the Tories,” McDonnell said.
Labour has drawn up a fiscal credibility rule in conjunction with economists from its economic advisory council. It aims to close the deficit on day-to-day spending over a five-year period as well as ensuring the government can invest.
McDonnell accused Britain’s banks of continuing to pump money into the property market while failing to invest in the “productive economy”.
There was a need to change the way capitalism in Britain worked, he told the audience: “Previous Labour governments were content to only think about how to redistribute income. Today, technological change means we have to think more closely about ownership.
“I’ve spoken before of moving beyond the Tory right to buy and creating a Labour right to own. This can be at the centre of our offer to Britain – a radical decentralisation of economic power and authority back to working people and local communities.”

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/may/21/jeremy-corbyn-labour-economy-re-industrialisation-digital-age

     

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Tommy Monk on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:56 am

scrat wrote:There were claims the Labour leader was "doing a little dance" on his way to the Remembrance Sunday service. Here's what he was really doing.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/no-jeremy-corbyn-wasnt-dancing-9252300?ICID=FB_mirror_main

This is what we're up against!


You love it when the lies and spin and bullshit stories are against others... now you know what it feels like when it happens to one of yours!!!


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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by sassy on Mon Nov 14, 2016 6:12 pm

Lord Foul wrote:that went quiet quick


Well, should I quote you back?

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Mon Nov 14, 2016 6:25 pm

Ahh so back we go into an infinite number of overpaid unproductive monkeys doing unproductive and pointless jobs in a "ministry" all paid for by............?

ridiculous when you realise that ALL thats needed is worker protection legislation, that is easy to access for those who need it,

Agree with repealing thatchers laws

strongly dissagree with scrapping trident or its successor....

what he going to do at the first threat...surrender?

that of course is the lefts way they have lost the right to a red flag and should now have a white cross on a white background



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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Tommy Monk on Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:50 pm



I hadn't heard anything about this 'corbyn dancing' story until I saw this thread earlier... been busy today and still don't know what it's all about as not had time to check it out...


So it was said he was dancing a jig at memorial ceremony... was he?

Or what was really going on?

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:01 pm

tommy THIS time of a certainty its daily fail bullshit lies and deception...and its something that needs stopping...

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Tommy Monk on Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:07 pm

Like I said... I only know what I've seen on this thread...


And I agree with what you posted earlier about how only facts should be told etc...


Isnt there already libel laws and defamation of character laws to be used if not true?

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:16 pm

to an extent, but I beleive "public figures" and politicians in general are less protected.....

whatever Corbyn may be (and I dont think its much worse than a drip and somewhat deathly boring) he IS a compassionate man, and therfore a decent man....... and does NOT deserve this kind of lying negative press....

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:18 pm

oh , and Tommy, thanks for the "feedback " on my comments about the truth only being reported...do you know I have said this numerous times...and no one has ever bothered to make comment on it....and YET it is fundamentally important, since the media has such influence.....

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Tommy Monk on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:01 pm

Lord Foul wrote:oh , and Tommy, thanks for the "feedback " on my comments about the truth only being reported...do you know I have said this numerous times...and no one has ever bothered to make comment on it....and YET it is fundamentally important, since the media has such influence.....


Of course only the truth should be told by news media...


When did it become allowable to do otherwise...?


If it's not true then corbyn can launch legal action and force retraction and apology... if it's not true that is...

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Lord Foul on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:06 pm

look at the full pictures posted

Its obvious its not true

but I have a feeling he is restricted in what he can do since the papers can hide behind the excuse of "caricature" and parody.

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by sassy on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:09 pm

If he took them to court every time they lied and twisted he'd never be out of it.   And they are not going to stop because the people who run them and the people behind the people who run them, are scared shitless that he will get into power and their nice cosy rich tax avoiding people exploiting worlds will come tumbling down.

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Re: No, Jeremy Corbyn wasn't dancing a jig on his way to the Cenotaph

Post by Irn Bru on Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:32 am

That rag is absolutely disgusting. They cut away a war veteran who Jeremy Corbyn took to the ceremony and they did it on Remembrance Sunday at that.

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