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Diane Abbott MP (Member of Parliament for Hackney North and Stoke Newington)

Diane Abbott MPThis ridiculous Labour politician proclaimed that “there is no difference between the PKK and ISIS” in October 2014 and tweeted that “white people love playing divide and rule” in 2012. Cambridge educated and the first black woman to be elected to the House of Commons, Diane Abbott has been a Member of Parliament since 1987 and was also criticised in March 2014 for taking to Twitter during the funeral of Tony Benn. She has described her decision to send her son to a private school as “indefensible” and “intellectually incoherent” and was also forced to apologise to the House in 2004 after failing to declare her earnings on Andrew Neil’s BBC show This Week. Who will she offend next?

 

9 COMMENTS

  1. It’s inconceivable that this woman is still invited regularly to appear on BBC media.

    Something seriously wrong with our political system and indeed our country, the only option I have and of course every other voting age adult in the UK is to vote UKIP at the general election 2015

  2. Another brick in the wall. Our children don’t need a good education in overcrowded and undisciplined schools, her children are the exception to the rule. The BBC is welcome to her.

  3. Yet more bullying on The Steeple Times. Diane Abbott is a good lady who is just trying to get by. I loathe her politics as I am a UKIP supporter but I find her appearances on This Week with Michael Portillo great.

    • Trott, what do you mean by “get by”? Abbott is not surviving on tax credits…..What are you using? You present with Tactile disturbances. Seek professional help

  4. What an embarrassment this ghastly, comical creature must be to her race……”First black woman to be elected to the House of Commons”…………… Absolutely terrific and about time, just such a shame it had to be THIS utterly repellant nitwit of a black woman !!!

  5. Don’t get me started……….

    The rule has always been that one class of loonies lead and all others follow

    That system didn’t work perfectly, but that doesn’t mean that role reversal would work better

    The loonies have always relied on a viable infrastructure*, but this solid backbone of the country has always shown common sense and we all muddle on in a good humored way….maybe my upbringing was an elaborate con; but l don’t think so

    * by infrastructure I mean Educators, Army, Civil Service, Broadcasters and Press, Police, Doctors and Health Workers, Family and Family Values etc.

    It will never be a perfect world so one must do one’s best to head towards sanity rather than insanity

    But once the wonky thinkers take charge who want to pollute our society beware……..

  6. As far as I am concerned this woman is a divisive inverted racist who is always trying to divide black and white. She never looks anyone straight in the face when being interviewed but always at the ceiling – detestable woman.

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