Image of shabbily dressed Jeremy Corbyn sums up where democracy in Britain is headed
On Saturday, Labour committed political suicide and elected Jeremy Corbyn its leader. A picture of him, taken earlier in the week, provided illustration where the party will go with him in charge and summed this firebrand up for precisely what he is: A badly dressed far-left oaf.
The victory of Corbyn – a man who did nothing when presented with the allegations of 61 abuse victims and a man who likes to be pictured with foreign Communist leaders – is the death knell not only for a once great political force, but it is also a bad day for democracy. Britain, with the trouncing of the Liberal Democrats in May and Labour’s demise today, is now without a capable opposition party.
Labour should be ashamed of having chosen to have become nothing but a tinpot protest movement. The country deserves better.
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Grave indeed and I would like to know who his clothing consultant and barber are.
Don’t like his support for dangerous fundamentalists and does socialism work?
May I say most people lack the knowledge to even understand what Democracy means or leadership for that matter…the fundaments of today’s politics are based on the structure of former societies such as Athens and Rome and seems to have been lost “in translation”.
Some Politician’s today are far too concern on being popular, in which case they should go into show business. The real power of a politician/leader is to listen, to understand the needs of his/her people and do what is best for them according to his judgment.
A man who dresses without self respect may be popular for a small number of subjects but on a wider global environment…a total embarrassment, we are Great Britain for a reason, a reason that has to be respected.
Lady Thatcher I miss you…
Bienvenida Countess Sokolow
Why don’t we stop talking about how bad CorBlimey is, and will be, and focus on how to topple him before he starts.
How’s about the unlucky candidates who got outvoted, forming their own coalition opposition to oust Cor-bin, when one of them will probably become a leader after a future election.