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Canary42

/// The smear-Corbyn campaign continues as the Fascisti get more and more scared. ///

Who are these Fascists that you refer to?
And Corbyn didn't say he supported her, Danny. That's what i'm getting at. The Sun reports that Corbyn says "it's fine" that she may get legal aid when in fact, what he says is that basically, as she is still a British citizen (a fact you have made more than once) she is entitled to apply for legal aid. Something which you also appear to agree with. I, too, hope she doesn't get it and that she is never allowed back in the country, but i won't *** off anyone who believes she should be brought back and tried.
The banned word in my post rhymes with bag and is a woman of questionable virtue.
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Surely we have no legal responsibility to bring her back to this country, so that she can present her appeal in an English court.
AOG who is responsible then?
I'm sure it could be done by video-link if required.
Corbyn doesn't 'support Shamima Begum'. What tosh. What he DOES support is Legal Aid, and once you go down the road of NOT supporting Legal Aid, it is a very dangerous road, leading to all sorts of fascist happenings, so beloved by anotheoldgit and his followers.
One can of course support the principle of legal aid but not support teh granting of legal aid in this particular case..
comment from the link:-
Mr Bridgen told MailOnline: 'It will come as no surprise that Jeremy Corbyn is supporting someone who was stitching suicide vests onto bombers a few months ago.

'People would not expect anything different from Jeremy Corbyn who has consistently supported terrorists and terrorist sympathisers, particularly if they are acting against our country
Blimey, that Let's All Talk Garbage stick has been out today, hasn't it..."People would not expect anything different from Jeremy Corbyn who has consistently supported terrorists and terrorist sympathisers, particularly if they are acting against our country" (dannyk)

What garbage. Corbyn has faults (don't we all?) but opposing the government of Israel/supporting the Palestinian cause is NOT supporting terrorism.

This rubbish is the logic of the playground, not of intelligent people with differing viewpoints. Corbyn is a patriot, a left-winger, and would stand up for YOUR rights at any time. Would you stand up for his? Very doubtful.
Bainbrig, that was not my comment.It was taken from the link.
Ok danny - and your opinion of the opinion?
Diametrically opposite of yours.You failed to mention his support of Hez Bollah(a terrorist organisation)
I see dannyk, so my comment above stands, really, doesn't it?
TOVI, TVI and BrainFreeze, now there's a holy trinity to behold!
Almost every day he does or supports something to prove he is totally unsuitable to have any involvement in running this country. She left the country illegally on her sisters passport so why should she claim any right to returrn.
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bainbrig

I have requested the removal of your 14.01 abusive post.

It is not very often that I report someone but in your case it needs to be done.

By the way refrain from calling me 'ano the old git', please use my user name anotholdgit or AOG.
//anotholdgit// That's not how it is spelled under your avatar AOG
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maggiebee

//anotholdgit// That's not how it is spelled under your avatar AOG

Sorry I missed the 'e' out.

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