October 3rd, 2012

Tomorrow Belongs To Ed
Dan Jarvis Cries “One Leader, One Party, One Nation”

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Barnsley’s Dan Jarvis is exactly the sort of MP the Labour Party need to recruit. The  former Para is usually on the ball, though he probably should have thought through his headline for a late night blogpost lavishing praise on Ed’s speech. German translation “Ein Führer, eine Partei, eine Nation”. Ed’s one national socialism!

Via @OnTablets, @gazthejourno, @jimmanning et al…


136 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Classy, tho Ed and the unions wouldn’t mind, i saw some describe the Labour as “national socialist” name rings a bell….

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  2. 2
    John Major says:

    Ed Balls is removing the mothballs from his party costume….

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  3. 4
    Re-inventing the Nazi ideal says:

    Didn’t Hitler have the same idea about one Leader, one party, one nation?

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  4. 5
    Roger Phillips says:

    Who does he think he is in that photo, The Fonz?

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  5. 6
    Slimy Chuck-a-Butty says:

    OT, what’s happening with the Huhne trial, nothing on here at all and even google returns no results, has the slimy git got a gagging order ?

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    • 7
      Barry Leveson says:

      Yep he’s got more gags than Osborne and Mosley put together. Money talks.

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    • 18
      Judge Dreadful says:

      It is a matter of the highest national interest that people do not realise there are speed cameras on the M11.

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  6. 8
    Albion says:

    “Ein Volk Ein Reich Ein Führer”, is the correct German phrase from Mr Hilfer, I think..

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  7. 9
    Owen Owen Jones Boyo says:

    Why does every official politically correct sign in Wales carry the Welsh wording first then followed by the English “translation” when hardly any Taff speaks Welsh in the first place anyway and let alone read and write it?

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  8. 10
    annette curton says:

    Will nobody rid us of these tired political cliché – s ?.

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    • 12
      annette curton says:

      Fried chicken.

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      • 13
        Fabians are Evil says:

        The proof the Nazi’s were Socialists

        http://mises.org/daily/1937

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        • 16
          Ein Platz an der Sonnen says:

          The clue was in the name:

          National Socialist German Worker’s Party

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          • filipinomonkey says:

            Is that like Democratic, as in Democratic People’s Republic of Korea?

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          • My Trousers are the Pawn Brokers, Again says:

            Any state the has the words’Democratic’ ‘Republic’ and ‘Peoples’ in the name is usually a give away that they favour wiring the local journos to the mains and then if that don’t work, wack ‘em with the hit man on a motorbike trick. Peoples Republic of China is a good example of utter facists who are communists, but as long as they make all that iShit then not too many questions asked and now we’re in hock to the fu_ckers they can pretty much do what they like.

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          • A Right Winger says:

            Nazis right wing ? Ask yourself this, when you watch old footage of those Nuremberg rallies do you really think the message they wanted to convey was limited Government, more personal freedoms and a smaller State ?

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          • Baldy says:

            “… do you really think the message they wanted to convey was limited Government, more personal freedoms and a smaller State ?”

            Yep, very true.

            that’s largely why HH was keener on war with the Soviet Union than trying to beat Britain.

            It’s that old vicious ideological rivalry between similars (Big-end Vs Little-end), in this case a lefty-rivalry between National Socialists and International Socialists.

            Kinda like between the different factions of the Religion of Peace massacring each other, and the old time Popes slaughtering the ‘heretics’ before Enlightenment and Reason kicked militant Popery in the balls.

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        • 17
          annette curton says:

          I have never thought any significant difference in ideology between communism and capitalism when taken to extremes, take the EU for example, what a strange bird that is, communists funded by capitalists.

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          • Watt Tyler says:

            ‘Funded’ is a bit strong. Taxation is not voluntary investment, especially when carried out by people for whom fraudulent accounts is a normal state of affairs .

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          • annette curton says:

            Fudged?.

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          • Ein Platz an der Sonnen says:

            They are all Liberal Democrats?

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          • annette curton says:

            The trouble with Liberal Democrats is that they are neither liberal nor democratic in the generally accepted sense of semantics.

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Err, I think you mean crony capitalists and corporatists funding communists, in return for back scratching legislation that rigs markets in their favour.

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          • Grumpy Old Man says:

            @ IRYH Harsh but fair.

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          • My Trousers are the Pawn Brokers, Again says:

            You should check out Mr Facey of the Unlcock Democracy club, and see where he got the cash from for his his little cabal. Real Liberal and very happy to take Stalin’s gold

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  9. 14
    Tachybaptus says:

    There was a sound of devilry all day,
    And Labour’s conference had gathered then
    Its malice and its bigotry, and grey
    The sky frowned on fat women and foul men.
    A thousand tongues lied easily; but when
    Miliband rose like an embarrassing smell,
    Cold eyes spoke hate and sneers spoke hate again,
    And all went frosty as an Arctic hell;
    Then squeak! squeak! But what he means, no one can tell.

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  10. 15
    Sgt Schulz says:

    Achtung! Hande Hoch! Gott im Hampstead!

    For you Ed Miliband, ze war is over!

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  11. 26
    Can we dig him up says:

    Sadly today’s politicians have no sense of history therefore are doomed to make the same mistakes over & over. Politicians who fought in the WWll would not have got us involved with Americas empire (oil) seeking

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  12. 28
    Anonymous says:

    Put these words in the correct order to produce a famous phrase or saying:

    AGAIN. LABOUR. NEVER.

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  13. 29
    albacore says:

    Oh, I don’t know, Fawkes, let us not be too rash
    Ed would look lovely with a toothbrush moustache
    A cute fringe replacing that old bog-brush mop
    Would shoot him like blitzkrieg right up to the top
    Mind you, though, he’d best turn Balls’ SS Black down
    The Party’s true colour was always Shit Brown

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    • 31
      One Nation - my arse! says:

      Well said albacore. Labour are total idi*ts – trouble is, so are a good many of the electorate!

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  14. 34
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Labour are the Nazi Party.

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  15. 35
    Scotts Porridge & Salmond says:

    Two nations!

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  16. 36
    Grollace says:

    He should just have said:
    “Friends, Romanians, Countrymen”

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  17. 37
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Imagine an 80-year old woman drawing a basic pension and living in a £1million ‘mansion’ in London.

    Will the left-wing BBC highlight Miliband’s Romneyesque gaffe that ‘every millionaire will receive a £40,000 cheque from the government’? I won’t hold my breath.

    At the Tory conference will Tory-lite Cameron and Co highlight the same gaffe? I won’t hold my breath for that either.

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    • 116
      Airey Belvoir says:

      To be fair to the Beeb, Andrew Neil skewered Wee Dougie on that very point – Miliband saying that not taking somebody’s money off them as ‘writing them a cheque’ illustrated his mindset- – and the dishonest confusing of income and assets. He rebuked the spluttering Dougie, pointing out that ‘facts are important in politics’, and suggested that most of the Shadow Cabinet are probably asset millionaires themselves. Neil does stand out as being his own man, unlike Flanders, Mason and the rest. I suspect that he has the BBC over a barrel as he does not need their money or patronage, and other channels would take him like a shot.

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  18. 39
    Bill says:

    One of labours great battle cries is class warfare and jealousy of success.Successfully deployed over the last 2 years.

    Their one nation matra will collapse the first time they mention tax cuts for millionaires or schools.

    Maybe debate is going to mature?

    30% of all taxes is paid by the top 5%. let’s hear labour shouting that.I don’t think so.

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  19. 47
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    One nation, a thousand cultures. But no worries. The one-national socialists will soon whittle that number down.

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  20. 49
    blub says:

    I really can’t see how an ex-para could join the modern Labour party. In the past yes but not now.

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    • 51

      A very old fashioned view I am afraid.

      You see, there is the pay, the expenses, the shindigs all paid for, the attention on the TV, the subsidised food; the second, third and umpteenth homes; hanky panky, lobby bungs, insider knowledge, ability to say anything you like with immunity from prosecution, no requirement to abide by the laws you vote to pass. If you really foul up, all you have to do is say sorry, no need to do something frightful like pay anything back. Oh! Did I mention the inflation-proof pension? Ah yes, and all those jobs you are offered afterwards to speak to your old chums and offer them sweeteners whilst being paid for it. It’s not really immoral, you know.

      With all that and more, what is the point about worrying about which party you are supporting? They are all the same anyway.

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      • 70
        My Trousers are the Pawn Brokers, Again says:

        Do we all get a go at this job?

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      • 75
        blub says:

        “With all that and more, what is the point about worrying about which party you are supporting? They are all the same anyway.”

        They’re not the same. Labour politicians see what’s happening with their own eyes and have to blank it. Tories only see what gets through the BBC filter.

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        • 109

          Whilst you may be correct on that point, it appears to confuse inputs and outputs.

          We, or at least I, don’t give a fig about what the inputs are. It’s the outputs that affect my pocket and thereby my opinion.

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  21. 50

    While the same business leaders and captains of industry are still covertly controlling our politicians, I care not what colour rosette the leader wears and will continue to cast my vote accordingly (in the bin)

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  22. 52
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Keep reminding yourselves that I come from an under-privileged background.

    Did I mention that I went to the local comprehensive school ?

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    • 56
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Yes we know you failed the 11 plus. LOL

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    • 60
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Shouldn’t you be calling for a judge lead inquiry into the pedophile ring run by the BBC?

      How about we get the United States FBI to do the investigation :-)

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      • 72
        MI5, CIA, Mossad etc says:

        What do we need an enquiry for, we already have all the evidence in our files what do you think we’ve been doing all these years ?

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      • 134
        Anonymous says:

        Aren’t judge-led inquiries usually called trials?

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    • 71
      A pleb on a bike says:

      I bet his head never ended up down the school toilet .

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      • 86
        I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

        Ah, I think it did. Frequently. For many hours at a time. It would explain a lot – the ridiculous speech impediment, the comical facial deformity, and the fact that he clearly never learned anything. Because he couldn’t get to lessons, because he had his head rammed down a karsi.

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  23. 53
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    I have no alternative than to turn to “Mad” Frankie Maude to rally the Party faithful at Conference.

    If Frankie can’t do it,no-one can and CCHQ will supply the jerry cans.

    His performance will be better than Tommy Cooper in his prime.

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    • 63
      Mad Frankie Maude says:

      Thank you so much Dave,the jerry cans will be super.

      This Conservative led coalition has something of the King Midas touch in reverse.

      Everything it touches turns to ………. (Answers on a postcard to CCHQ please)

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  24. 64
    Aunty Matter says:

    Why are the Police not down at the BBC interviewing everyone who worked with or knew Jimmy Savile?

    The more you hear of this story the more it makes you think there was a conspiracy at the BBC to cover it all up.

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    • 68
      Fox & Werritty Consultants says:

      We think people should sue the BBC until their balls drop off .

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    • 77
      albacore says:

      Erm, might it not be that resurrecting dead fiddlers
      Diverts all attention from today’s kiddie-diddlers?

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      • 87
        Its probably institutional says:

        Thats true but then again maybe the fiddlers networks which protected many dead selebs and through which they operated are still in place and need exposed.

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        • 99
          Axe The Telly Tax says:

          +Infinity

          And who better to expose it than the United States FBI. They have a dedicated team to uncover pedophile rings.

          Let’s have an anti-pedo U.S. judge to lead the inquiry.

          Everything to be televised and the BBC shut down for the duration of the inquiry.

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      • 90
        The BBC says:

        We do the diverting you nasty grown adult.

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    • 79
      blub says:

      After reading through all the various stories i’m getting the feeling there might be a culture inside the BBC of the “talent” being treated as a separate category of people who got a lot of leeway over their behaviour and that this may have got out of hand a lot more than just once.

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      • 89
        Socialist Broadcasting Company says:

        “Lessons-have-been-learnt-we-will-draw-a-line-in-the-sand-now-it’s-time-to-move-on”

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  25. 65
    Yvonne from The Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    I once went to Barnsley……………………….never , never , never ………………………….again !

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    • 78
      Well it's a thought says:

      I was in Barnsley last week, the Metrodrome had queues of families waiting to go swimming , 10 pin bowling, etc, Morrisons was choka and the town looked clean and busy, that was Sunday, I live in the real crap heap, so I noticed the difference, so what cheesed you off, Yvonne

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  26. 73
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Has he taken it down?

    One Nation Labour, there’s only one nation labour…

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  27. 76
    Benjohnson says:

    As posh people can smell an oik from a couple of furlongs aways, the proletariat can also smell privilege hidden behind a TV screen

    Milliband is distilled privilege and hypocrisy

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    • 82
      Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      I just wish he’d take them marbles out of his sloppy mouth when he’s talking.

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    • 85
      Well it's a thought says:

      The only belief that the oik had yesterday was the belief the braindead will believe him , next week the posh man speaks to the plebs and the braindead will believe that nice man, anybody getting to the hint Sky is going to go back to pushing Liebour.

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      • 127
        soapy says:

        Yes. Sky’s treatment of the Liebore conference haas been exceptionally mild. i wonder if Rupee has been giving the otrders again?

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    • 95
      Phil says:

      Ein Reich, Ein Volk, Ein Milliband definitely does have a deja vu feel to it.
      I think Ed is on to something very profound for the Labour Party.
      Trouble is I think it’s been tried before by another socialist party and could not swear to it but I don’t think it ended very well.

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  28. 84
    Anonymous says:

    NickyCampbell turned Millitwat over this morning. Drilled down into giving millionaires a cheque for £40,000. Campbell pointed out that if he meant people who earned a £1million there are only 6 – 8 thousand of them. Tax them at 50 per cent that will solve the deficit crisis.

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    • 93
      I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

      “giving millionaires a cheque for £40,000″

      Giving? The curious logic of Miliband and all the other vermin in Parliament, since the £40,000 belongs to the millionaires in the first place.

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  29. 90

    Socialists really are the worst of all worlds. Astonishingly thick, astonishingly gullible, astonishingly unpleasant.

    Socialism = Fascism.

    Fascism = Socialism.

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  30. 92
    Steve Miliband says:

    One State Labour

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  31. 96
    Well it's a thought says:

    One nation, big society, words that come from two inept tossers who haven’t lived in the real world from the day they were born, it seems to me Libor have wiped out the 13 years of tyranny, corruption and lies by using liberal quantities of white wash, they are tw*ts of the first water, can’t see what Milliboy is on but it does smell like high grade crap.

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  32. 101
    ed martin says:

    one tax bill – well, for some of us

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  33. 102
    Millibands plans for dealing with the deficit and worst economic crisis in living memory says:

    Plan.

    1. I went to a comprehensive School
    2. My Parents were imigrants
    3. I went to a comprehensive school
    4. Say One Nation a lot
    5. Errrr I went to a comprehensive School

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    • 104
      ++++Breaking News++++++ says:

      In a bright ray of sunshine the markets rallied today with the FT index smashing through 6000 for the first time in years. Many of our top companies reported record profits and the unemployment figures seen a record drop as many businesses and employers scaled up to take advantage of the much improved economic climate.

      Experts have identified the cause of this upturn as due to the fact that we learned more about Ed Millibands background as he revealed to the Nation who he was and the fact that he went to a comprehensive school.

      Dr Breubaker from the institute of studies said ” this all goes to prove that theres no problem that cant be tackled simply by a Politician speaking about himself all day “

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  34. 103
    Much better soundbite says:

    One flat rate tax rate for all.

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  35. 107
    Ethel Purley says:

    ” He connected with everyone in the auditorium” Of course he did, they are all as fucking deluded as he is is, he is one ugly fucker though!

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  36. 110
    Anonymous says:

    “Ein Fuhrer, ein volk, ein reich” might also be a permissible translation

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  37. 111
    Anonymous says:

    “Ein Fuhrer, ein volk, ein reich” might also be a permissible translation

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  38. 117
    More Cheese says:

    Red Ed looks a lot like Goebbels to me. That, or a refugee from Wallace and Gromit.

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  39. 121
    Jimmy says:

    Not in the least desperate.

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  40. 132
    Some old bloke hiding in Bolivia says:

    Labour Party conference, not quite the same atmosphere a Nuremburg!

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  41. 133
    Some are more in it than others says:

    ‘One nation’?….Do me a favour!

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