In Scotland, Ruth Davidson mimicked Corbyn; coming out clear, bold and specific with opposition to independence and challenging the establishment. Labour on other hand, was sitting on the fence, dithering and trying to compete with the SNP. Voters does not like imitators. It shows.The so-called moderates in the national Labour party just want to dither, and not directly, boldly challenge the status quo. They refuse to join Corbyn in clearly, trully and wholeheartedly standing up against injustice, income inequality, homelessness and poverty. They prefer to compete with the Tories in privatising everything and using the bubble of the property markets as marker for economic growth.
Friday, May 06, 2016
Friday, March 18, 2016
A govt that has made it its mission to punish the most vulnerable while at the same time enriching the wealthiest through tax cuts, ignored tax collection, sale-off of State assets, privatisation of every and any remaning public service and worse
Saturday, February 27, 2016
The most spoken rhetoric in the UK presently ,is "The EU"! All in the fight of whether to be or not to be. It is almost like a nightmare where a person lash out at his/her physical body.
This problem isnt one-sided. Both those campaigning for UK to remain part of "the EU" and those campaigning to leave are guilty of this problem. It is cancerous. It is the height of madness and reeks of cowardice.