: You say 'for sure'. This is the heart of the
: problem with your agument. A dwindling
: number of people read newspapers. A tiny
: proportion of them read the Guardian. Of
: that 160000, 62% supported Labour in 2015.
: Full support for Corbyn would either make no
: or very little difference to the masss of
: voters who read the other papers or, more
: likely, get thier news from the internet or
: the TV. The debate on Corbyn in the Guardian
: is an internal debate on the left - no more,
: no less.
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: There's lots of software packages available
: allowing multi ID sock puppet behaviour, you
: can be approx 100 different IDs at any one
: time from one browser, it's been around for
: approx ten years, CIA developed,
: comnercially available, putinbots were the
: first to use it apparently.
: So if you've got a small army of 50
: controlling 5000 IDs you can cause a lot of
: damage, across tens of popular forums and
: message boards, and attempt to swamp, sway
: and direct opinion very easily.
: This isn't tin foil hat, it happens, if you
: want tin foil hat material just ask, I've
: got plenty of it.
: As for their Farron love in they've not
: publically announced it, which they should
: given management are aware of the
: instructions. They've covertly been plotting
: versus labour and Corbyn, whilst deferring
: back to their Nick Clegg days.
: Would it make a difference if they supported
: Labor/Corbyn 100%? For sure.