I am with Alan Mason who has shared this. What about you?
"I have no time for traitors.
That's it now! I consider myself to be fairly reasonable but I still have to work at it from time to time. Jeremy Corbyn is obviously extremely reasonable, far more than I am at least, and he is still willing to offer a genuine hand of reconciliation to the traitors in his midst to ensure a unified party going forward.
But what of those MPs who revolted against party democracy; have they made any real effort towards unifying the party?
No, the same lies, misinformation, false accusations and denigration of the leader in particular, have spouted forth all over the mianstream media once again. They apparently have no respect for the democratically elected Labour Party Leader, no respect for the Labour Party Members who support the Leader and no respect whatsoever for the Labour Party itself!
It's time they buckled up and got into gear alongside our leadership team in the fight against the Tory filth.
If they can't do that with immediate effect then they should leave Labour altogether, and if they refuse they should be suspended with immediate effect. They are destroying Labour from within and it looks deliberate from where I stand.
They are experienced politicians after all, and they know full well the damage they are causing for the sake of their own egos and their own political agenda.
Jennie Formby: Labour's new general secretary