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The_Right_Honourable_Jimmy

Jeremy Corbyn and Venezuala

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Here is some proof of Jeremy Corbyn (LAB) supporting the mess Venezuela gotten itself into including some of his closest colleagues. 

Here is Theresa May criticising Corbyn over his support for Venezualla's backwards radical socialism.

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I find it odd that so many people agree with Corbyn where all he represents is a backwards isolated nation run by the state where people are  starving.

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ragreynolds    752

Corbyn is delusional, May is incompetent. I'll take incompetence over delusion for the time being.

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18 minutes ago, ragreynolds said:

Corbyn is delusional, May is incompetent. I'll take incompetence over delusion for the time being.

She fucked up the election so I partly agree but I have to support her as a Conservative party member till there's some stability within the country. We can't change conservative leader mid-Brexit. 

I would rather have Jacob Rees Mogg to be honest as PM, a very intelligent eurosceptic backbencher that believes not only in free markets but upholding Britain's traditional values however he's far too humble for that position as he keeps pointing out in a lot of his interviews and the whole moggmentum is just political banter to him.

Andrea Leadsom (Leader of The Commons) would be another great choice, I've met her quite a few times during the campaign and was invited to a Garden party that she was having since she's a Northamptonshire conservative. She's a eurosceptic too but according to a lot of people from my local Conservative Club where I sometimes go for a pint, she appears too cold for the job.

Boris, now is a man I quite like, he talks a lot sense, he's charismatic and that's all pretty well and good but maybe he's just that, a political philosopher with ....prolonged locutions. 

It seems for now, with May we stand till the end of Brexit. Who knows, she might nail it? As long as her and the Chancellor uphold no tariff free trade across the globe I'd be fine. I don't want my French Wine going up in price but I also want my American A1 steak sauce not to cost £7 because we can't have free trade with the US. 

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