Cometh the hour, cometh the man

Richard Murphy says:
January 5 2021 at 10:14 am
Corbyn was not a suitable leader for Labour – he was utterly hopeless – and I saw him close up

John McDonnell was a straightforward austerian

Nor is Starmer suitable

but the question is then no who the right leader is,

It’ll take a moment as SuperKartoffel is looking for a telephone booth but fear not……

7 thoughts on “Cometh the hour, cometh the man”

  1. HAHA, well done Tim, glorious vision that!

    Lean besuited Prof enters phone booth, rips off suit.

    A matchstick-legged knobbly, rotund and blight-ridden redskin emerges with matchstick arms akimbo, calculator primed, ready to produce spreadsheets, Venn diagrams and mindmaps to save the world.

    “to infinity and beyond!

  2. “ Corbyn was not a suitable leader for Labour”

    Why did Murphy do the warm-up act for his rallies then? Did he ever say this while Corbin was leader?

    And, back to what I have said before, Murphy wants the State to have much more power, do much more, control much more, but thoroughly disapproves of everyone who has, is or conceivably might be in power controlling that State.

  3. McDonnell made that comment about Spud being useful on tax but not on other topics of importance. The butt hurt was severe. Grandpa Death chatted with him but rapidly lost interest. He is rather a one-trick pony, isn’t he?

  4. Diogenes, have these people never read Herr Oberst Kartoffel’s blog. He is the political and economic genius of our time. Just ask the SNP.

  5. Was McDonnell’s ‘useful’ comment of the Lenin variety? Though they obviously soon realised he was useless as the sort of idiot they needed.

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