Thursday, 13 August 2015

Every word from Blair gives Corbyn 10,000 votes

There is something absolutely delicious in watching Blair's destruction; Corbyn's election as leader will destroy every atom of Blair's supposed 'legacy', will root out Blairism from the party and may even be instrumental in jailing Bloody Blair for war crimes. We may even have a motion at conference this Autumn to expel Blair and cronies from the party. Not content with allowing Blair to speak - and every word he utters gives Corbyn 10,000 additional votes - the purblind Labour establishment are contemplating rolling out the much loathed Gordon Brown to further ensure the margin of Corbyn's victory falls into truly Albanian proportions.  

I can't overstress the importance of this pivotal and cathartic election. Labour's members are signalling that they want to throw-out their old baggage - Blair, Brown, the thieves, spivs, crooks, kiddy-fiddlers, fawners, brown-noses, placemen, dags and all their third-rate Parliamentary liggers. The old baggage is appealing to members not to throw it out. Guess who will prevail?   

This is direct democracy in action, and the establishment are terrified. And not just Labour.

19 comments:

DeeDee99 said...

Sadly, it will mean replacing the frauds, spivs and warmongerers in Labour with the likes of Diane Abbott.

But I agree that The Establishment is terrified. Watching The Times and DT Commentators/Editorials quivering with indignation and fear that Corbyn might be elected has been most entertaining.

Labour is supposed to be the Conservative Party's Opposition; the party they all wanted to fail in the General Election because it was unsuitable for government. Now they want the people they considered unsuitable to govern to win the Labour Leadership!

What they're really terrified of is Labour imploding as a result of a Corbyn win and a new Opposition possibly emerging - with UKIP best placed to do so.

G. Tingey said...

There is a n other thread here - the continued delay in the Chilcot report, surfacing this morning, with the threat of legal action over publication-delay.

Actually, Diane Abbott isn't that bad - in local politics, at any rate. What she'd be like as a national party leader is a n other story.
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right_writes said...

That might be interesting DeeDee...

A real "socialist" Labour Party facing off against a real "liberal" conservative party...

....with the forces of the CONservative/CORPoratist/fascist Cameronites sweating and hoping that real people don't completely tear it apart.

Michael said...

Sorry to be a bit late on all this (I've had a lot of gardening to do, weeding and such-like, and there are three library books which have to go back this week), but what will happen if the Scottish people decide to join in with Mr Corbyn? Surely that will knock the Conservative government back at every vote?

Won't it?

joe winner said...

In America, too, polarisation. Trump on the right, Sanders on the left. Global disenchantment with career politicians?

Anonymous said...

Diane Abbott is a warmonger too. She voted for the attack on Libya. If Labour expelled all the warmongers there'd be hardly anybody left.

Prawn Sandwich said...

At the heart of Blair's decision to act as wingman for Bush Jnr, in their declaration of war on Saddam, was his desire for "applause and approval" in the US which would big up his ego and eventually his bank balance. Bush seduced him with promise of the Congressional Medal of Honour which award is a passport to riches and fame. Blair is really a wannabe rock star seeking applause. Bush motivation was to please his daddy whom he had let down with his previous drinking and whoring. Satisfying these character defects has destroyed the Middke East.

PS - Blair has yet to collect his medal.

Anonymous said...

Blair might be gone but his 'legacy', Islamisation, divisive 'national' assemblies, 'equality' legislation, 'human rights' and surrender to the EU remain.

Anonymous said...

I agree R, even if I abhor everything Corbyn stands for - this is democracy at the coal face.


I really do hope that:

At long last!

Will the real Labour party stand UP?! Corbyn, has crystallized the paralysis of inertia on the left wing of British politics and we must tip a nod to Miliband the lesser for precipitating this socialist catharsis, the long knives are sharp the nights of the purges begins.
What it means, Labour, is about to be uncloaked and therein the big 'what if' perhaps then, the people who voted for them at recent elections can finally see them for what they are.
Freed from the lying casuistry of the Blairite ZaNu labour - white indigenous voters even if they alus put an X by Labour will be very wary of a outright promise and unalloyed Communism; collectivization and public ownership. Plus and absolute devotion to all things Internationalist ideology not least the blueprint of the end of Britain and a blatant admission of a religious adherence to open door immigration.

There is no doubt, soon under Corbyn, Labour will appeal to the REDS; Ken and Derek... the SWP, the student useless idiots, Islam4UK, UAF/union agitators, Militant Tendency [call them what you like] and exactly what the Islington crowd have always wanted to conceal - the luvvies and champagne Socialists will finally be unstuck - and stuck - like the trough wallowing pigs that they are. I think, that, this will split asunder the Labour movement and that can only be good for politics in Britain.

Finally Dave, who is kidding himself if he thinks his statist social democrats party will be immune from this sort of infighting, I firmly believe that by the end of this Parliament - things will look so different on the green benches in the HoC, because the old school is done and everything is in play.

Mr Ecks said...


Corbyn is an extremely evil man. If he leads ZaNu and there is an economic collapse (caused by BluLabour style socialist policies all across the West) the danger is that Corbyn winning an election =the instant resurrection of the Soviet Union (of which he is a brazen admirer) here.

Your crowing is foolish Radders.

Poppa Bear said...

Mr Ecks .....

"Corbyn is an extremely evil man". You may be right but can he be any worse than BLiar ?. (How many thousands dead in Iraq ?). I dont like any of them, but for me Putin represents a far worse future than that sought by Washington. By way of illustration this is what they are setting up for all of us http://www.globalresearch.ca/california-now-wants-to-be-first-state-to-mandate-adult-vaccines-criminal-penalties-for-those-who-refuse/5468745.
Can you be sure its an ant-flu vaccine in those syringes ? I know which kind of evil I prefer.

Poppa Bear said...

Sorry , that should have said ".... Putin represents a far BETTER future than that sought by Washigton .....".

G. Tingey said...

Mr Ecks
Wrong
Actually it's worse.
Corbyn is a very STUPID man, rather than evil - & as such he could do a great deal more damage.

Anonymous said...

When you think about it socialism is a lot like alcoholism: the greater the addiction the more it costs; can have terrible affects on people who don't have the addiction and can lead to premature death(s). Sad really.

Steve

John M said...

The thing is, it occurred to me that Blair, for all his narcissim and self-demagogue religious aspirations, probably knows that he is driving the Corbyn vote with that.

And that got me thinking... what if that is actually Blair's intention? Could we be witnessing an attempt to destroy the Labour party utterly for the next 20-30 years and in doing so finally seal Blair's legacy as "the most successful Labour Leader ever"?

You have to admit it's a possibility. Because with Blair it's always about him.

Budgie said...

The problem with socialists is there is a marked discontinuity between the policies they advocate and the results they get.

But instead of questioning their own policies, they tend to blame everything else: "it's not my kind of socialism"; the people are horrible/greedy/wacists/selfish; capitalism/Fatcher/bankers are to blame etc, etc. As we saw in the USSR when policies went wrong it was not the policies but the people - wreckers, counter-revolutionaries - who were singled out for punishment.

Unfortunately Corbyn is in this mold: it is not socialism that is wrong but everything and everybody else. This has resulted in persecution in the past and will in the future. Think Blair was bad? - Corbyn, like many socialists puts dogma before real people, and is therefore by definition evil.

However on the plus(?) side, it looks like my prediction that the UK will disappear in a decade or so (Elizabeth to Elizabeth ...) is on course: Cameron will fudge and fail, particularly over EU re-negotiation but will throw the kitchen sink at keeping us in; Corbyn will be the next and last PM of the UK (UK as is) in coalition with the SNP, and his economic policies will see a regionalised, subjugated, overcrowded, poor England begging to join the euro (who wouldn't run the pound with Corbyn in charge?) after an independent Scotland already has.

Cascadian said...

"This is direct democracy in action, and the establishment are terrified. And not just Labour"...........indeed. SNP has demolished liebour, the libdems demolished themselves, and UKIP was on target to severely diminish the conmen before the timid got scared.

Corbin hopes to attract the remnants of ex-liebour supporters in the North, (the type who sensibly ditched Ed Balls) with his class-hero dogma. Perhaps he will be successful, though I doubt it.

No matter what, the deficits continue, numbers of welfare dependents increase and the managed-decline continues, does it really matter if this happens under a marxist or a keynesian? Communists or Conmen who can see any difference?

Dave_G said...

The prospect of a REAL Labour Party and all the left-wing ideology that brings will initially attract many to the cause - Labour may even reverse its fortunes in Scotland - but as the policies are drafted and exposed to public scrutiny the voters will see for themselves precisely what REAL left wing lunacy is all about.

Hopefully this will drive them into the hands of UKIP rather than back to the Tories.......

Sackerson said...

I fear revolution may be made more possible by Conservatives thoroughly overplaying their hand if they win at the next GE. Look what they've done so far.