661-Pete wrote: ↑25 Sep 2021, 7:39pm
reohn2 wrote: ↑24 Sep 2021, 4:17pm
If you'd listened to the end you'd realise how wrong you are about how KL now feels about the Labour Party...
Well, R2, I'm wondering if you're claiming to have telepathic powers!
Nowhere in my brief post did I say anything about "how KL feels about the Labour party". You made that up!
I was referring to how you couldn't know much about what he said because you only watched a couple of minutes of the video.
But I did watch the video again, right through to the end this time. Yes it's KL doing a hatchet job on Starmer (and throwing in the odd swipe at the Grauniad for good measure)! No surprise. But where he talks about it being 'suicidal to form a new party', what he really means is that he wants to reinstate Corbyn and sling out all the middle ground (or 'right-wingers' as he calls them): in other words take over the Labour Party. And also to restore Union influence - so that the Brex**it-loving McCluskey and that ilk effectively govern the country. Yes I know McCluskey is now departed - but his buddies still hold sway....
Maybe that's the right thing for some left-wingers. Count me out. I call myself a left-winger, but it's evidently a different sort of left-winger.
Is this a class thing? Does my voice count for nowt because I don't label myself as 'working class' - whatever that means?
It's more of a country in deep doodah due to very rich people spreading lies about people they're afraid of stopping them making a fortune out of disaster which is their stock in trade
The people(the Labour party led by Corbyn) they're afraid of want a far more equal society where the workers have more of asay in how the country is run instead of the line of pretence of caring the Tories have always spun.
I suspect things will get worse presently and the near future and will need to before people realise just bad and low the country has sunk under Tory rule.
I just heard on the news that Starmer is proposing removing charitable status from private schools which is of course a small step in the right direction,but it'll need far more radical and sweeping changes to change this country for the better.
There's rough times ahead,we haven't seen nothing yet,but one thing's for sure the Tory establishemnt scum(some of wwhich are Labour party members,one was interviewed in the video) will continue to spout their lies about good honest men and women such as Corbyn,I strongly suspect the likes of Rayner will be in their sights next as someone to spread their lies about.
You keep thinking the Green Party stands a cat in hell's chance on it's own,but in the present climate all it will do is split the vote and play into the hands of the Tory establishment as they laugh all the way to their favourite place,the bank!