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It's not true it was in the Sun

On 26 Nov 2015 at 8:03pm Mark sist wrote:
Can you believe the Sun, today they said that the Labour shadow chancellor was waving and quoting from Chairman Mao's little red book.
Don't panic fellow Pinkies It's not true it was in the Sun!
Remember Chairman Mao, the leader of the brutal communist revolutionary party in China.
Don't panic, It's not true it was in the Sun!
The man who was responsible for mass famine, labour camps and 45 million deaths.
Don't panic, It's not true it was in the Sun.
Apparently it was meant as a joke, this is clearly not true as we on the left invented political correctness and a joke like this during a very important speech reacting to the Chancellors Autumn statement would be in very bad taste.
On 26 Nov 2015 at 11:00pm Paul wrote:
well it's the Tories who are flogging off the country to Mao's Communist successors. The deal they gave them on that dodgy nuclear plant will have them laughing at us in Beijing until well at least 2050. The problem with the Tories is they don't get business as they all have links to the city hedge funds etc that don't care about medium or long term sustainable business models. The communists on the other hand do and understand business very well - which is why they control it so well. As for McDonnell is he really the Shadow Chancellor - you couldn't make it up - a man 90% of his own MPs wouldn't elect to be a club treasurer.
On 26 Nov 2015 at 11:51pm KoS wrote:
Thatís actually quite funny Mark, youíre writing as if youíre a left winger, but one that uses a Daily Mail readerís apoplectic wife-beating rage and dumb incapacity to rationalise. Youíve written it as if anybody who wants a change from the corporate socialism weíve been subjected to for more than 30 years, along with the inherent collapse of job stability and living standards, is as rabidly shackled to an out of date dogma as is Paul Newman.
It made me laugh, well done.

On 27 Nov 2015 at 7:39am Tory rich boy wrote:
I thought McDonell was absolutely owned by Osborne....talk about a prank that backfired. Osborne even asked if he wanted a signed copy of Mao's little red book.

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