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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 6:03 pm

This election is not between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn
It’s not even between the Conservative Party and the Labour Party
This Election is between you, your hopes and dreams
And the hundred or so billionaires

Who have far more power in this country than anybody should ever have
It is about the majority versus a tiny wafer-thin minority
Who control the levers of power
On one side you have a racist, a liar, a cheat
And somebody who is deeply committed to all of the most disgusting
Militaristic vulgarity of the Trump trend throughout the world
On the other side you have a progressive movement
Which is dedicated to dealing with real material grievances that people have?

At the same time as Boris Johnson wants you to believe
He’s the friend of everyday people
This is the same man that in an unprecedented level
Of Robin Hood in reverse transfer of wealth upwards
Chose to boast about being the best friend and defender of the bankers
“I can’t think of any other politician let alone Conservative politician
From the crash of 2018 onwards actually stuck up for the bankers
Can you think of anybody who stuck up for the bankers as much as I did?
I defended them day in day out.

Suicide rates have increased for the poorest in this country
Infant mortality has increased for the poorest in this country
Cases of malnutrition treated in the NHS have increased 300 per cent in this country
None of those trends have been reflected among the bankers
Boris Johnson is your enemy
Despite the fact that the media spends a lot of resource
Trying to make you believe that simply “Boris”
To try and forge, and I mean that in both senses of the word
An intimacy between you and this disgusting human being
Remember, he is an instrument of the 1 per cent and does not have your interests at heart

In 1917 during World War 1
The Prime Minister Lloyd George was asked by CP Scott about the war
Lloyd George replied to him off the record:
“If people knew the truth about the war it would stop tomorrow”
We have actually reached levels of psychological warfare
Far beyond the imagination of Edward Bernays and his idea of propaganda
And far beyond Orwellian levels
Everything about us is algoritematised
And that information is being bid about by corporations in order to sell things we do not need
But that’s not the only thing that’s happening with that information
That information is being used to appeal to us on the most likely basis of convincing us

To get deeper into what I call a collective Stockholm syndrome;
Whereby we defy billionaires who steal from us as if they are oracles of everything good in life
Rather than Social and economics Terrorists
83% of media (Newspapers) are owned by 3 companies
60% of the newspapers that are read every day are run by 2 companies
They are constantly working around the clock to convince us that our interests are not ours
And that their interests are ours
Even in the case of the BBC you have an incestuous revolving-door relationship
Between them and the Conservative Party and other parts of the Establishment
The idea of impartiality is merely a veneer

We have constantly seen Boris Johnson presented as this
Lovable rogue, troublesome uncle type character
Sophie Ridge: “What is the naughtiest thing you have ever done Prime Minister?”
Boris: “The naughtiest thing ? I did promise to think about this.”
And Jeremy Corbyn as this sinister, cynical, manipulative and ultimately bad intentioned
And almost violent person
This caricature is a mythology, it is false, and it is not real
And it’s there in order to fool you into voting against your interest
We have one understanding which places at the centre of it
Care for human beings
And another understanding which places at the centre of it
Being a vehicle for entrepreneurial forces.

The NHS must be a red line
It is your health and it is my health
When you vote, you are voting for those that need help
You are also voting for the elderly who may not have family members with them to look after them
You are voting for the member of your family who wants to go to university
And doesn’t want to dislike the 75% of those people who take those loans in debt
You are voting for the members of your family or yourself
Who may have children and want to save thousands every year in childcare
You are voting for the person suffering from cerebral palsy
Being told they are fit to work

You are voting for people of Yemen underneath British bombs
You are voting for one homeless person who dies every 19 hours in this country
This is about love against hate
This is about life against death
This is the first election in British History in which we have the chance
To vote against the interests of the most powerful people that control our society
This is democracy in action
This is the development along the trajectory

From the Putney debate, to the Tolpuddle Martyrs, to the Chartists, to the Peterloo Massacre
And today to Jeremy Corbyn
A win here would change the world
On December 12 you have the opportunity
To empower the progressive movements across the world
The eyes are all on you.
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Paphitis » Thu Dec 12, 2019 1:23 am

Desperate, jingoistic and not true.

cut it with the generalizations Lordo.

This is about BREXIT and the People's vote. This is what this election comes down to.

On the one side, you have the Tories that are willing to listen to the peope and not talk down to them.

And on the other hand you have the Labour party and other minor parties who are not.

D Day Lordo. It's all over soon. :D

The people will have their say and make their verdict and there is NOTHING you can do about it old boy but cry.
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Re: labour manifesto

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:41 pm

I have never seen this before in the uk.

I have a feeling......................

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:48 pm

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:54 pm

last time this happened in istanbul erdogan lost istanbul and ankara. clearly a football fan has more brains than the average swinehound.

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:54 pm

I see the FatBot couldn't even put her shoes on today... Country safe in their hands eh...? :shock:
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:56 pm

last two magnificent pictures of the day.
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby cyprusgrump » Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:05 am

Lordo wrote:last two magnificent pictures of the day.



Labour MPs at the dole office...?
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 13, 2019 5:47 am

cyprusgrump wrote:
Lordo wrote:last two magnificent pictures of the day.



Labour MPs at the dole office...?


Jo Swinston will be at the dole office as well! :lol:

The swamp is getting well and truly drained! :D
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