Keir Starmer- Mein Kampf

I really believe that another 5 years of Labour government might cross the invisible tipping point that breaks Britain. At the least, it would be back to the Sick Man of Europe status.

Starmer might appear harmless but the Labour back benches are dangerous. God help the country if they got a majority. Starmer would be England's Biden. He'd either be deposed in a year, or bullied into an endless rout of compromises with the wokist hard left.

Starmer isn't harmless, he failed to prosecute child rapists when it was within his powers to do so

The thousands of lives shattered because of Captain Hindsight shouldn't be dismissed lightly
 
Starmer isn't harmless, he failed to prosecute child rapists when it was within his powers to do so

The thousands of lives shattered because of Captain Hindsight shouldn't be dismissed lightly
You will note that I wrote "might appear harmless".

I don't believe that Starmer is particularly malignant, merely weak and naïve. In politics, that's sometimes a lot more dangerous.
 

Arte_et_Marte

ADC
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You will note that I wrote "might appear harmless".

I don't believe that Starmer is particularly malignant, merely weak and naïve. In politics, that's sometimes a lot more dangerous.
And don't forget the outstanding people he sits nexts to in the HoC.

Him and his front bench would crucify this country, we'd be an international laughing stock.
 

philc

LE
Here is the Marxist branch of Labours list of demands, its fantasy la la time as only Dicky Burgon & Co. could come up with. Think Labour will win, think again.



Richard Burgon, secretary of the SCG, said: “Throughout this crisis, the Labour leadership has sadly failed to put forward the alternatives needed to show people that our party is on their side.


  • A GREEN NEW DEAL: that could not only achieve a net-zero carbon economy by 2030 but also create millions of green, unionised jobs and help tackle the huge regional inequalities we face.
  • A FULLY PUBLIC NHS: reversing all NHS privatisation, tackling the staffing crisis through a 15% pay increase and ensuring the NHS has the funding needed to end the misery of long NHS waiting lists.
  • A NATIONAL CARE SERVICE: based on the principles of our NHS – free at the point of use, publicly delivered and funded through progressive taxation.
  • A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE: including a universal offer of childcare and early years education for every child from age three, universal free school meals, a national youth service, end to tuition fees, and a universal offer of lifelong learning, skills, training and retraining.
  • REBUILDING SOCIAL SECURITY: including through a minimum income guarantee for all to start to give people the security they need.
  • TAX JUSTICE: through widespread reform of the tax system to make it much more progressive including a windfall tax on companies that made super-profits during this crisis and wealth taxes on the super-rich.
  • PUBLIC OWNERSHIP: putting an end to the utilities rip off by bringing into public ownership energy, water, mail and rail and establishing a publicly owned broadband provider.
  • A RIGHT TO HOUSING: with a pledge to build 100,000 council houses a year, introduce rent controls, and significantly strengthen tenants’ rights.
  • DIGNITY AT WORK: ending fire and rehire and zero-hour contracts, establishing full employment rights from day one for all workers, a minimum wage of at least £10 per hour for all, sectoral collective bargaining in line with international legal conventions and guaranteeing sick pay at living wage levels.
  • ACTION FOR EQUALITY: with a radical plan of legislation and funding to dismantle all structural inequalities, including socio-economic inequalities, that blight the lives of millions in our society including Black people and ethnic minorities, women, LGBT+ and disabled people.
 
Here is the Marxist branch of Labours list of demands, its fantasy la la time as only Dicky Burgon & Co. could come up with. Think Labour will win, think again.



Richard Burgon, secretary of the SCG, said: “Throughout this crisis, the Labour leadership has sadly failed to put forward the alternatives needed to show people that our party is on their side.


  • A GREEN NEW DEAL: that could not only achieve a net-zero carbon economy by 2030 but also create millions of green, unionised jobs and help tackle the huge regional inequalities we face.
  • A FULLY PUBLIC NHS: reversing all NHS privatisation, tackling the staffing crisis through a 15% pay increase and ensuring the NHS has the funding needed to end the misery of long NHS waiting lists.
  • A NATIONAL CARE SERVICE: based on the principles of our NHS – free at the point of use, publicly delivered and funded through progressive taxation.
  • A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE: including a universal offer of childcare and early years education for every child from age three, universal free school meals, a national youth service, end to tuition fees, and a universal offer of lifelong learning, skills, training and retraining.
  • REBUILDING SOCIAL SECURITY: including through a minimum income guarantee for all to start to give people the security they need.
  • TAX JUSTICE: through widespread reform of the tax system to make it much more progressive including a windfall tax on companies that made super-profits during this crisis and wealth taxes on the super-rich.
  • PUBLIC OWNERSHIP: putting an end to the utilities rip off by bringing into public ownership energy, water, mail and rail and establishing a publicly owned broadband provider.
  • A RIGHT TO HOUSING: with a pledge to build 100,000 council houses a year, introduce rent controls, and significantly strengthen tenants’ rights.
  • DIGNITY AT WORK: ending fire and rehire and zero-hour contracts, establishing full employment rights from day one for all workers, a minimum wage of at least £10 per hour for all, sectoral collective bargaining in line with international legal conventions and guaranteeing sick pay at living wage levels.
  • ACTION FOR EQUALITY: with a radical plan of legislation and funding to dismantle all structural inequalities, including socio-economic inequalities, that blight the lives of millions in our society including Black people and ethnic minorities, women, LGBT+ and disabled people.

A national youth service, would that be like Corbyn's Tiny Trots Momentum Kids for older kids, and will Hugo Boss be supplying the uniforms?
 

philc

LE
A national youth service, would that be like Corbyn's Tiny Trots Momentum Kids for older kids, and will Hugo Boss be supplying the uniforms?

What ever it, Jews will be involved and not in a good way.
 

Site Admin

War Hero
Here is the Marxist branch of Labours list of demands, its fantasy la la time as only Dicky Burgon & Co. could come up with. Think Labour will win, think again.



Richard Burgon, secretary of the SCG, said: “Throughout this crisis, the Labour leadership has sadly failed to put forward the alternatives needed to show people that our party is on their side.


  • A GREEN NEW DEAL: that could not only achieve a net-zero carbon economy by 2030 but also create millions of green, unionised jobs and help tackle the huge regional inequalities we face.
  • A FULLY PUBLIC NHS: reversing all NHS privatisation, tackling the staffing crisis through a 15% pay increase and ensuring the NHS has the funding needed to end the misery of long NHS waiting lists.
  • A NATIONAL CARE SERVICE: based on the principles of our NHS – free at the point of use, publicly delivered and funded through progressive taxation.
  • A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE: including a universal offer of childcare and early years education for every child from age three, universal free school meals, a national youth service, end to tuition fees, and a universal offer of lifelong learning, skills, training and retraining.
  • REBUILDING SOCIAL SECURITY: including through a minimum income guarantee for all to start to give people the security they need.
  • TAX JUSTICE: through widespread reform of the tax system to make it much more progressive including a windfall tax on companies that made super-profits during this crisis and wealth taxes on the super-rich.
  • PUBLIC OWNERSHIP: putting an end to the utilities rip off by bringing into public ownership energy, water, mail and rail and establishing a publicly owned broadband provider.
  • A RIGHT TO HOUSING: with a pledge to build 100,000 council houses a year, introduce rent controls, and significantly strengthen tenants’ rights.
  • DIGNITY AT WORK: ending fire and rehire and zero-hour contracts, establishing full employment rights from day one for all workers, a minimum wage of at least £10 per hour for all, sectoral collective bargaining in line with international legal conventions and guaranteeing sick pay at living wage levels.
  • ACTION FOR EQUALITY: with a radical plan of legislation and funding to dismantle all structural inequalities, including socio-economic inequalities, that blight the lives of millions in our society including Black people and ethnic minorities, women, LGBT+ and disabled people.

Apparently Burgon‘s uncle is/was is the chairman of Labour Friends of Venezuela. Seems like it’s some sort of genetic disorder within the family.
 
..rose thou art sick..
 
Here is the Marxist branch of Labours list of demands, its fantasy la la time as only Dicky Burgon & Co. could come up with. Think Labour will win, think again.



Richard Burgon, secretary of the SCG, said: “Throughout this crisis, the Labour leadership has sadly failed to put forward the alternatives needed to show people that our party is on their side.


  • A GREEN NEW DEAL: that could not only achieve a net-zero carbon economy by 2030 but also create millions of green, unionised jobs and help tackle the huge regional inequalities we face.
  • A FULLY PUBLIC NHS: reversing all NHS privatisation, tackling the staffing crisis through a 15% pay increase and ensuring the NHS has the funding needed to end the misery of long NHS waiting lists.
  • A NATIONAL CARE SERVICE: based on the principles of our NHS – free at the point of use, publicly delivered and funded through progressive taxation.
  • A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE: including a universal offer of childcare and early years education for every child from age three, universal free school meals, a national youth service, end to tuition fees, and a universal offer of lifelong learning, skills, training and retraining.
  • REBUILDING SOCIAL SECURITY: including through a minimum income guarantee for all to start to give people the security they need.
  • TAX JUSTICE: through widespread reform of the tax system to make it much more progressive including a windfall tax on companies that made super-profits during this crisis and wealth taxes on the super-rich.
  • PUBLIC OWNERSHIP: putting an end to the utilities rip off by bringing into public ownership energy, water, mail and rail and establishing a publicly owned broadband provider.
  • A RIGHT TO HOUSING: with a pledge to build 100,000 council houses a year, introduce rent controls, and significantly strengthen tenants’ rights.
  • DIGNITY AT WORK: ending fire and rehire and zero-hour contracts, establishing full employment rights from day one for all workers, a minimum wage of at least £10 per hour for all, sectoral collective bargaining in line with international legal conventions and guaranteeing sick pay at living wage levels.
  • ACTION FOR EQUALITY: with a radical plan of legislation and funding to dismantle all structural inequalities, including socio-economic inequalities, that blight the lives of millions in our society including Black people and ethnic minorities, women, LGBT+ and disabled people.

Well the government announced a national care service just a few weeks ago.
 

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