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Corbyn Doesn't Sing Anthem And British Army ...

Weird isn t it? The right are in such a tizzy over Corbyn with every pundit predicting Labour will fail. The most spite is coming from centrist Labourites who are furious that the membership have actually done what democratic political parties are supposed to do to gain relevance, and that is give their members the power to select their own leaders. Labour NZ went through this, the Caucus hated Cunliffe winning and despised the membership for their decision and leaked to journalists whenever they could and ran interference throughout his entire leadership. The message was clear to members you re there to do our bidding peasants, we are not here to serve you . Little s win was more to calm the internal tensions than a genuine leadership moment.

As Cunliffe found out[1], Corbyn will face huge attacks by the mainstream media and from within his own Party. Look at how one General in the British Army has effectively warned of a coup if Corbyn becomes PM[2]

Corbyn Doesn't Sing Anthem And British Army ...

Corbyn demands people before profits and the Army threatens revolt? Corbin doesn t sing the anthem and the media go into meltdown, David Cameron puts his penis in a pig[3] and that s just normal behaviour is it?

In a septic wee rant in the Australian Business Review[4], Phil Quin sums up the level of bitterness on the left as it struggles to find direction. It s a ridiculous catch 22 for centrist Labour people like Phil Quin and Josie Pagani. On the one hand they dislike left wing people yet want them to vote for Labour and on the other hand they say Labour needs to be more responsive to voters yet when those voters elect a left wing leader they hate it.

The reality is the obscene inequality modern financial capitalism has generated holds nothing for those who have been left behind and they are demanding a different type of Government. Without any genuine reform of free market capitalism these pressures will not dissipate, they will only build. Corbin, Sanders and Cunliffe understood this and appealed to that section of the electorate, what was their undoing was their own party and a mainstream media that refused to allow the status quo to be challenged.

References

  1. ^ As Cunliffe found out (thedailyblog.co.nz)
  2. ^ Look at how one General in the British Army has effectively warned of a coup if Corbyn becomes PM (www.rt.com)
  3. ^ David Cameron puts his penis in a pig (www.nzherald.co.nz)
  4. ^ In a septic wee rant in the Australian Business Review (www.businessspectator.com.au)

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