Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Paul Robinson — Moronic speech of the day

That would be a speech by George Osborne on Syria made in the British House of Commons.
I registered as a British overseas voter in order to vote in the Brexit referendum. That means I will get a vote in the next general election (in East Hull). For the first time in my life, I will vote Labour – not because of the mass of Labour MPs, most of whom remain committed interventionists, but because in Corbyn they have a leader who actually realizes how counterproductive British policy has been. I disagree with just about everything else Corbyn stands for, but at least he’s right on this. It makes me understand why Americans voted Trump.
Moronic speech of the day
Paul Robinson | Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa

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