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    Other football - 2020/21

    I can’t get as pissed off as normal about city scoring. We aren’t winning the league and I’d rather they win it than United. Top 4 is going to be a tough ask with no centre back coming in, there’s absolutely no way Fabinho is lasting until the end of the season with no injuries. When that happens regardless of any turnaround in form we will capitulate.
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    Rhys Williams

    I reckon Sami is quicker than Rhys now he’s that slow. I honestly think he’s one of the slowest players we’ve ever had
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    Keir Starmer

    Yeah private finance in the NHS and schooling, introducing tuition and top up fees, deregulating banks, keeping largely the same income tax rates as Thatcher (removing the lower rate making it even less progressive), reducing corporation tax to the lowest in Europe giving the tories the opportunity to lower it to the one of the lowest in the world. None of that right wing stuff happened under labour. It’s a complete blinkered conspiracy theory. You fucking muppet.
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    Keir Starmer

    That’s still wrong you complete muppet. The CLP stands for a constituency Labour Party not the members of the whole party. Honestly just stop digging, hold your hands up and admit you’re fucking thick and shouldn’t be involved in this conversation. And now I’m a conspiracy theorist. Brilliant.
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    Keir Starmer

    I’m not saying they should lose every election. I’m saying they shouldn’t be scared to lose an election standing on a left leaning platform. Eventually the right wing party will have to take accountability for right wing ideas and policies because there’s an actual clear alternative in the opposition not just “more of the same” and “nothing fundamentally will change”. 4 years of opposition with a left wing leader being polluted by near enough the whole PLP is not long enough to turn the tide. Johnson’s Tory party is not the fault of Corbyn. It’s decades of having a right leaning opposition that’s enabled them to become what they are.
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    Keir Starmer

    It’s quite astonishing just how stupid you are. Like mind boggling.
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    Keir Starmer

    The reality is that you’re actually a Tory you just can’t or won’t admit it to yourself. You’re happy for the taxes to stay as they are or get even more in favour of rich people and for the elites to walk away with public money. You’re happy for the burden of higher education to be placed on individuals with a decision they will make as a child regardless of how that impacts the demographics of the country. You’re happy for private finance to come into schooling and healthcare probably all because you don’t think it effects you. That’s okay because it’s a political position but it’s a Tory one. Tory Lite isn’t a political party. It isn’t something getting “compared” with new labour. It’s a phrase to describe political policies which new labour chose to implement that are centre right and they are undeniable because they fucking happened. The vast majority of peoples lives did not “change” when the parties traded power over the years. I’m surprised a grown man can actually sum his own life up in that manner. It’s actually fucking hysterical when you think about it. “My life was great when I got all these fat loans as a teenager and in my twenties to go out partying in uni. It’s just now years later when I’ve got to work and pay it all back. Labour were in charge before so I’ll vote for them my life will be better.” It’s so fucking stupid it’s difficult to know where to start. Labour come up with some ingenious but snide right wing ways of boosting the economy. They encouraged the majority of school leavers into university even though there was not the jobs for that level of qualification when they all finished. It kept the unemployment level down and they paid for it by putting the cost on the kids going. They told everyone they would never increase the cost above a thousand a year but then increased it to 3 and told everyone they meant they would never increase it in that 4 year term. Good one. GBOL. They introduced private finance in schooling and the nhs. It’s complicated and I can’t be arsed writing it all out but they essentially made the nhs better in the short term and kicked the can down the road so somebody else would have to pay for it later. There’s plenty of documentaries on it. The academies situation is beyond a joke. Your life as an individual doesn’t necessarily change because of political parties changing power. Mainly because you’ve never experienced that time of your life before. If you’re sitting there though and you’re comfortable but you’re still happy with what Labour started and therefore allowed to the tories to expand on then you’re either completely thick or a selfish cunt who’s going to get bitten in the arse probably when you need a hospital bed at some point.
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    Keir Starmer

    You must have missed the majority of the Parliamentary Labour Party being centre right snakes undermining the left leaning leadership for 4 years. You must have missed The EU referendum. You must also have missed the same snakes forcing the party to adopt a second referendum into the manifesto knowing it would completely tank the party at the general election. You must have missed the same snakes aren’t remotely bothered about rejoining the EU or campaigning for freedom of movement now they’ve regained control of the party. Risking a no deal brexit at worst and a Johnson led EU deal at best was a small price to pay to get the left out of the leadership. Taking all of this out of the equation anyway my point still stands. Losing elections but standing on a left leaning platform will stop the Overton window continuously moving to the right. The general population will be able to clearly see when things go wrong because of right wing ideas that they can vote for the left wing alternative. Instead what you have is things going wrong because of right wing ideas and Labour getting the blame. The likelihood is that if labour had never shifted right then the worst the tories would be is run by someone that is the equivalent of Starmer or Blair. Now they are the “best option” despite the majority of the country sitting further left economically than either of them. Following down this path is just going to mean the Labour Party continually moving right. Complete idiots pretending like it isn’t happening doesn’t change the fact that it is. Once you’ve got your head out of your arse and educated yourself on all of that come back and we can have a conversation.
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    Keir Starmer

    I take it back. I actually thought you were intelligent and maybe you were just one of these grifter types but you’re actually just that thick. I know the word Corbyn seems to send you into some sort of mental episode when you see it so I’ll try not to use it too much. Corbyn changed the landscape of British politics. Before he came into power Labour were abstaining on austerity measures and being out-lefted on manifestos by the Liberal Democrats. The conversation about raising taxes or reducing/abolishing tuition fees wasn’t even an after thought for the cunts running the party and it was haemorrhaging votes which is the whole reason they opened up the “left” conversation with the whole party. It then took a massive amount of McCarthyite smearing over years and getting into bed with the tories to try to destroy him. Throughout the whole period he forced the conversation left and defeated the tories in parliament a laughable number of times. Labour occupying the centre right position means the tories shift right. It’s just a fact evidenced over years in British politics. The fact you just flat out deny it’s happening ends the conversation for me. It’s going to take you to educate yourself and have that lightbulb moment before you can evolve.
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    Keir Starmer

    It’s almost as if they’ve been taken over by right wing people who are doing this on purpose to keep the argument drifting to the right. Shut up and vote for them though.
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    Keir Starmer

    It’s been offered countless times but you just pretend like you’ve not been told it over and over again. For a clearly intelligent person you’re completely blinded on this. Some people believe that voting for a further to the right Labour Party just enables the Tory party to go even further right with their policies than they would do than if they had a further to the left party opposing them. If Labour get in you get right wing policies or a continuation of previous Tory policies and if they actually lose then the tories have got free reign to go wherever they fancy. We’ve all been here before and bought the t shirt. Labour moved to the right to get elected under Blair. Keeping the same tax rates as Thatcher, deregulating banks, introducing private finance to the NHS and schools and so on and so on is what made Labour attractive to the mainstream right wing media and made Labour electable and gave them the landslide wins. Left wing grassroots people ate the shit and voted Labour regardless. Hoping that a Tory lite would be better than full on Tory. What they got was all the things I mentioned above subsequently followed by a Tory party increasing the lot of them when they finally got in. The most stupid thing of all being that what the country needed was more regulation and left wing economic policy to boost the economy but the electorate had nowhere to go for that which led to the country being in the worst possible hands at the worst possible time. Labour’s move to the right under Blair has potentially permanently muddied the waters between the two party’s that the vast majority of the country has no clue what the difference is between the two of them other than on immigration is. You’re now of the opinion that everyone should just eat the shit again. Well I won’t be. If we keep going in this cycle it won’t be long before kids will be taking loans out to do A levels and one of the Murdochs will be the governor of the Bank of England. It will probably be Labour introducing it as well and there will be some muppet telling us it’s a good idea because at least it’s keeping the tories out.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    It’s rare but they’ve overturned reds since VAR has come in. The refs have literally admitted to getting it wrong so why wasn’t that then looked at. It’s just a daft flaw in the rules that should be looked at.
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    Rhys Williams

    It honestly amazes me how consistently wrong you are about pretty much everything. Even on something most people agree on you’ve found something to be wrong about. He’s actually good in the air and I don’t know how you’ve come to anything other than that being his best trait.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Why wasn’t it retrospectively looked at and followed with a ban then?
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Why wasn’t it retrospectively looked at and followed with a ban then?
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