Original article written by Rachael Swindon
(WARNING: Explicit language.)
There is a real likelihood of Keir Starmer handing the Tories an increased majority if a general election were to be held tomorrow.
That’s how badly things have ended up under the deficient leadership of the charmless Brylcreem bonce.
I know I might sound a bit like a broken record, but I make no apologies for doing so.
Keir Starmer’s refusal to sign a joint motion to the Speaker from six other Westminster leaders, calling for Boris Johnson to be rebuked in the House of Commons for his flabbergasting dishonesty, really wasn’t his brightest move.
Team Starmer insists Labour wouldn’t normally sign these motions from other parties, but these are not normal times. If the opposition wanted to land a hefty blow on the Prime Minister – to hold pathological liar Johnson to account – they had the perfect opportunity. But once again, they refused to go on the attack, which has become a theme of the direction of travel under Keir Starmer.
Labour tacticians are still wondering why they are so far behind undoubtedly the worst government in living memory. Even they’re not really convinced of an ongoing “vaccine bounce”, because they know it’s not just the Conservative Party picking up extra voters. Both the Greens and the Lib Dems seem to be benefiting from this supposed vaccine bounce.
It’s only Keir Starmer going backwards in the polls.
It’s only Keir Starmer with negative approval ratings.
Are we supposed to believe a shot of the Astra Zeneca and Pfizer vaccines suddenly makes you dislike Starmer? Or do you think it might just be possible the public find him to be a bit tedious, totally ineffective, and not particularly likeable?
“But he’s not Boris Johnson”, scream the Manic Keith Preachers. Not good enough.
The lesser of two evils is still fucking evil, however you dress it up.
Back in September 2018, I can remember the hundreds of Palestinian flags being flown on the main floor of Labour’s Party conference.
Conference had just passed a motion, put forward by Harlow CLP, demanding an independent international investigation into the “use of force against Palestinian demonstrators”, a freeze on UK arms sales to Israel and an end to the “blockade and closure” of Gaza.
The oppressed people of Palestine could rely on the support of Jeremy Corbyn.
At the same Conference, Jeremy said in his keynote speech:
“As my great Israeli friend Uri Avnery who died this year put it: ‘What is the alternative to peace? A catastrophe for both peoples”.
“And in order to help make that two-state settlement a reality we will recognise a Palestinian state as soon as we take office”.
Less than three years after the Liverpool Conference in 2018, would you say the Palestinian people will be able to rely on this level of support from Sir Keir Starmer and his version of the Labour Party?
Not a chance.
Starmer’s abandoment of the Palestinian people is deeply shameful.
Starmer’s Labour have received multiple complaints of antisemitism, a damning Islamophobia report from the Labour Muslim Network, and an exodus of BAME party members, disgusted by Starmer’s attitude towards racism in “his” Labour Party.
Seriously, the Labour Party is an absolute cesspit.
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