Thursday, April 14, 2011


UK Labour Party membership.

On 7 April 2007, in The Guardian, Billy Bragg tells us (Labour is already too blue):

1. The UK Labour Party lost 4 million working-class voters between 1997 and 2010.

Most of these people simply did not vote in the last election.

2. Globalisation is the problem.

Jobs have been lost overseas.

Cheap labour has come in from abroad.

3. If it wants its voters back, the Labour Party has to oppose the excesses of capitalism.

The Labour party should be: "a party that defends the ordinary working people against the ravages of the free market; a party that holds those who wield great financial power to account; a party that provides people with a sense of security in an ever-changing world."



Odin's Raven said...

Why would they do that? The real objective of all political parties is jobs and power for the boys and girls running them. Going along with the NWO is the way to go to achieve that, so that's what they will continue to do. The words they utter are just a smoke screen for their selfishness and hypocrisy and treachery.

Odin's Raven said...

Their real attitude is well expressed in the famous old parody,
"The working class can kiss my arse.
I've got the foreman's job at last!"

Having been 'Foreman' or Prime Minister, can be amazingly lucrative, as is witnessed by the post-political career of T.Blair.

Anon said...

Dear Odin's Raven,

There is no hope for the Labour Party.

Billy Bragg may not realise that the political parties get infiltrated and controlled by the 'Mafia-Fascists'.



Anonymous said...

Despite the emotive language in the article fact is under any system of government one group has the ability and ALWAYS WILL seek to coerce another group. This is indisputable and such coercion is the antithesis of freedom.

The free market is not perfect, it can fail and it can be morally wrong. This is not a valid reason for tax and regulation though because history will show us governments and militaries are the most immoral, inneficient and violent organisations.

It is only when a corporation colludes with government that people can be forced to buy something, it is only when this collusion occurs can a corporation have it's liability capped by law. It is only when government and corporations collude can a corporation collude to borrow money at 0% and lend it at 3-5% spreads with an implicit guarantee removing all risk. Without government corporations actually have to face liability for the actions and cannot act recklessly knowing they'll get a bailout.

Anarcho-capitalism is the only system that leaves people free of coercion. As I said it is by no means infalliable however it is far less fallable than government and is the only one that is ethically grounded.

The Realist Report said...

I take it the political parties in the UK are just as bad as the Dems/Reps here. Are they slaves to the Zionist lobby like they are here? The Dems/Reps literally will not do anything their Zionist controllers don't approve of. You rarely see anyone here, especially in Congress, even vaguely criticize Israel or it's murderous policies.

Any hope with the Green Party?

I've read and heard a lot about Common Purpose, and how they "train" future leaders in the UK. Got any insight into this? I'm not totally ignorant about the UK, but certainly have enough bullshit to muddle through over here in the states.

Anon said...

The Green Party is a mystery. Its only member of the UK parliament is Jewish. But, they quite correctly voted against the Libya No Fly Zone.

The UKIP party is strongly pro-Israel.

The Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties are all pro-war and pro-nuclear.

The Scottish National Party has apparently joined the cover-up over Lockerbie and they voted for the Libya No Fly Zone. Disgusting.

Common Purpose is certainly spooky.



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