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Well it took Tom Watson to speak out about anti semitism as a "scourge on the Labour party" and perhaps some missed the BBC Panorama programme which also highlighted how Corbyn has been either unable or unwilling to clean up the party a party that is squeaky clean when it comes to racism and tolerance of religious beliefs.
Bally wrote:Well obviously some of it's own MP's thought differently, nowt to do with the Sun, when Labour party members speak out saying that since Corbyn became leader Anti-semitism has become rife in the party.
Proudly anti-Zionist not anti-semitic.
A difference The Sun and it's readership fail to grasp.
Thread for all you political geezers to discuss political stuff innit.
This tweet nails it.
Remember & register to vote cause I’ll tell you who will be voting- racist old right wing cunts.— joe heenan (@joeheenan) October 29, 2019
They fucking live for it
Well there is always the anti-semitic Labour party as an alternative.
Harsh, but then looking at who the culprits are: most are about 17 and were probably watching United up until a couple of years ago. It isn't pretty at the minute but after the decade we have had we need to at least try and instill some stability. People aren't even willing to give him another transfer window - can't have been easy stringing a squad together relatively last minute, especially given all the change that was going on over summer. I think the couple or so dud transfers are indicative of that
You may well be right but I believe a lot to do with their attitude might well stem from the beginning of the season when we made a flying start, won 2-0 aginst Bristol R, then 3-0 away to Southend, the rather lucky win against Oxford and then the comeback after being 2-0 down at Gillingham to level the match, followed by two more draws.
A dramatic start to the season, new manager new owner all the positives, then it appears we are going backwards and some fans remembering the start of the season look for a scapegoat.
In the past it would have been the Oystons or the manager but probably both , now under new ownership it is down to the manager, hence Grayson under the cosh.
seasider wrote:575 Pool fansYes I am somewhat surprised as I mentioned the other day 507 went under the old regime in March, I honestly thought we would have had larger numbers this time around even with recent performances being a tad disappointing.
seasider wrote:Went to Germany for the World Cup in 2006. Great people. Made us feel very welcome.
You may well have had a different opinion if you had lived on Seed Street in 1940.😎
I was stationed in Germany for just six weeks after the Berlin wall was built and the few I spoke to I found alarmingly arrogant, full of themselves and hostile towards us being there, perhaps we should have left them to the Russians, the ungrateful bastards seeing the sacrifice the west made in getting food and supplies through to W Berlin when the Reds, (no not Man U) blocked of that part of the city.
Sir Stanley wrote:Fanatical support, well perhaps that is a bit over the top, I have no doubt whatsoever that he enjoyed the success that he brought to the club re his investment and appreciates the fans for their contribution, he will I am sure forever have a soft spot for the club, it was just a pity that at the time of his investment we didn't have an owner who had ambition much the same as he enjoyed.
Does anyone know what's happened to Belokon's fanatical support for BFC? He seems to have disappeared from our radar. Did he get all his money?
I have no idea whether he received all of the money, however he will long be remembered for his input that gave us a short time in the Premiership and also delivered the final nail in the coffin re the ownership of BFC.