The decline and fall of socialist agitators part 2
But for Corbyn, this was a strong leader he admired because
that is what he aspires to be. This is clear from his actions- his incapacity to negotiate, his firing of
everyone who disagrees- these are all such typical markings of the typical
decline and fall of a totalitarian leader that they don’t even need to be
Of course the little sad man has been trying to keep the MPs away from the
actual members. The MPs are those who know the emperor is naked and therefore dangerous.
He can’t hide behind a megaphone and put himself on a pedestal with colleagues
who know that he’s all empty words and no action.
Corbyn is in fact a typical problem of the West failing to
understand their local branches of communism. This dangerous move has been
allowed to fester in academia and trade unions, and most normal people thought
it gone with the fall of the Soviets.
The result being that people like Corbyn continue to exist
and spread their doctrine. They seem irrelevant in their own countries but you
see them popping up in various dubious situation with such esteemed allies as
the islamist terror organizations- Hezbollah, Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood, dubious regimes like the
Iranian theocracy and so on and so forth.
The Soviets did make great use of the Islamic Socialist movements-
amongst other thing creating the PLO and Pushing onto the stage the dubious character
of Yasser Arafat, and many western socialists actually supported and endorsed Saddam
Hussein and Moammar Ghaddafi and decried their deaths.
The Corbynite slogan, “Principles Before Power” is very clear in terms of what
his purpose is. It’s very obvious Corbyn has no intention to win any elections
with Labour, he’s just happy to have seen his lifelong dream fulfilled and
would rather work on consolidating his position within the party than actually
forward labour as an actual political entity.
This is why the MPs are trying to remove him- it is obvious
to them that he is not a leader as much as a strawman and that h is incapable
of winning anything. And on a deep level he knows this as well, which is why he’s
been working so hard to dig a chasm between the MPs and the labour members.
Because the MPs have a stronger mandate than he has.
The labour MPs, the vast majority of which are against him, have a combined mandate
of some 9 million votes. Corbyn has 200 thousand votes of the labour members,
but when you hear him talk about it, it sounds as if he won the majority of
labour supporters’ mandate, not just that of the members.
This is a mindtrick for the simple minded. Labour as a party only has about 500
thousand members. But the labour supporters are 20 times that. The Mps
represent the supporters, Corbyn represents the members. Of course he is
resentful of the MPs.
And then there is Momentum. A Movement coalesced around Corbyn and led by some
rather interesting characters like the former Militant activist Ben Sellers, and Max Shanly, an Oxford
socialist who told a socialist blog in 2015 that
“The Labour left will have to act swiftly and I am afraid brutally in many
cases. The PLP [Parliamentary Labour Party] will have to be brought into line,
some members of party staff will need to be pointed towards the exit, and the
entire party structures would, in my opinion, need to undergo a comprehensive
and thorough review.”
Need I say more? Corbyn’s candidacy was a ploy
to overtake Labour by the hard left, and this is what they are doing. Corbyn’s friend John Lansman, the leader of
Momentum is yet another Militant relic- a man who didn’t vote for Labour in
2010 or 2015 suddely becomes tha head of a movement that infiltrated the party.
The Corbyn candidacy is just the long delayed second act of the Militant
exclusion. Militant was a violent
extreme left wint that infiltrated and attempted to take over Labout in the 70’s
and 80’s and were fastly dealt with. Turns out the Militant members laid in
wait and prepared for a second chance.
Any half decent labour member should ask themselves why did these people not
go on to form their own party with their own ideals in the 30 years since
Militant was ousted?
But they did. They formed several and they're all languishing into obscurity because the UK is not a leftie mad party and never was.
So obviously now they are trying to take over the established Labour party and align it to their ideals, which have very little to do with the average Brit's ideals.
they want to take over Labour, the biggest
leftwing party in Western Europe, and with Corbyn as chairman, they almost did.
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