The Tale of Labour and the False Dichotomy

I Completely concur with the opinion here – #Reeves comments seem as if she’d be better suited to the #Tories rather than my lifelong view of #Labour

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4 thoughts on “The Tale of Labour and the False Dichotomy

  1. I am sorry to read Rachel Reeves comments; I actually thought they had been made by Ester McVey! I can only hope she has not lost Labour its slim chance of winning the next election and I feel that she needs to be removed from her post forthwith and the change made public very quickly. Of course we need to get the long-term unemployed back into some sort of (congenial and fair paid) work whilst we wait for the general labour market to improve for them, but so little, if any, thought has been given to the long-term sick and mentally ill. If Labour is to replace the Conservative Party it has to replace the injustices inflicted upon so many ill, terminally ill, and mentally ill and not continue to promote them.

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  2. Yes, I totally agree with your criticism but we have to face the fact that under this Government the unemployed, particularly the Disabled and the Seriously Ill, have been systematically vilified both by the Government and by the Press. The consequence is that the majority of working people in the UK actually believe that those claiming Benefits are fakers and scroungers. To openly say that you support these unfortunate people would be political suicide and result in the Tories winning another election. But, once in office, then the record can be put straight and the terrible savagery of the Vulnerable can be stopped. I know you will probably disagree with me but we have to get the Tories out of power. They are killing people and IDS has openly said he doesn’t care who dies, he is proud of his Welfare Reforms. At least Labour might have a conscience.

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  3. .THE POOR OUTNUMBER ALL OTHER VOTERS AND DO NOT NEED THE SKIVER VERSUS SCROUNGER VOTERS AT ALL TO WIN

    ..To openly say that you support these unfortunate people would be political suicide and result in the Tories winning another election. …

    The parties of the poor do not need the voters who hate those on benefit, which are not just the unemployed (only 3 per cent of benefits bill), but the bulk are the working poor well over 60 or even 76 denied state pension payout, and poor pensioners on the lowest state pension of all rich nations.

    Poor voters now outnumber all other voters, especially in Tory and Lib Dem marginals, with the bulk in England.

    THE PARTIES OF THE POOR NOT GETTING FAIR MEDIA COVERAGE

    The parties of the poor are being denied any media coverage atall.

    They are not appearing in blogs on welfare and pension ‘reform’ (aka abolition).

    THE ONLY WAY TO GET MAJORITY GOVERNMENT IS WITH THE PARTIES OF THE POOR UTTERLY CHANGING LABOUR AND MAKING LABOUR POSSIBLE TO RULE IN A
    MULTI PARTY COALITION

    The experts predict the most severe hung parliament after May, with neither Tories nor Labour winning sufficient votes for either to rule.

    Then a second general election this year, when even fewer will come out to vote, and the plan being talked about is a TORY / LABOUR COALITION, so nil opposition left in UK parliament to ongoing austerity.

    WHO ARE THE PARTIES OF THE POOR?

    The parties for the poor and against anti austerity, not just in talk, but in deeds as councillors or by standing shoulder to shoulder with the victims of welfare reform, protesting on the streets, are:

    6th largest party but entirely ignored:

    – Trade Unionist and Socialsit Coalition (TUSC)
    Ex Labour party members, MP and councillors who left or were sacked from Labour party for going against austerity cuts. Plus trade union officials who are anti austerity cuts.

    Running 125 MP candidates throughout the UK. Not one word in nation press or on national TV news.

    Some areas the poor outnumber the votes gained by the sitting MP by nearly 15,000.

    – Mebyon Kernow
    Running in all Cornwall areas, where the sitting Tory and Lib Dem MPs in power
    got only single fiture sufficient votes
    to get them into the job in 2010.

    – Socialist GB
    The 1 Green MP is in Brighton Pavilions.
    But there are other voting areas around Brighton.

    Brighton Kemptown
    The poor outnumber all other voters in that voting area.
    Socialist GB candidate
    Jacqueline Shodeke
    Brighton Kemptown –
    – Claimant Count 9,360
    – Tory majority 1,328

    POLITICAL SUICIDE IS THE CURRENT LACK OF MEDIA ATTENTION TO PARTIES OF THE POOR

    The poor are being denied access to knowledge of the parties of the poor, that are the only way to form a majority government.

    Never again will the UK be able to have a government with sufficient votes
    for a SINGLE PARTY or
    A COUPLE OF PARTIES IN A STRAIGHTFORWARD COALTION
    reaching the threshold of 323 – 326 and above so as to rule the UK.

    Europe has had multi party coalition for a lot of years very successfully.

    SY.RIZ.A (this is how it is properly written with the abbrevations showing multi party coalition of socialsit parties and a socialist green party), who got into government, and then invited ANEL to get the last few votes to form a majority government.

    PODEMOS will form a coalition with a big party, now that it has won votes in a local regional election in Spain. PODEMOS is made of a merger / coalition of many campaign groups.

    MEBYON KERNOW / TUSC / SOCIALIST GB / CLASS WAR
    with the few that are Labour, mostly in England,
    is the only way to shut the Tories out of power.

    The Lib Dems are the gone party, especially if the poor come out and vote for Mebyon Kernow / TUSC / Socialist GB / Class War by putting their pencil cross by their logos on the voting sheet on Thursday 7 May.

    Logos / links / how ensure registered to vote on my personal website at:

    http://www.anastasia-england.me.uk

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