Sunday, 10 July 2016

TRUE NEWS: corbyn's post brexit blueprint the tories don't co...

TRUE NEWS: corbyn's post brexit blueprint the tories don't co...: He cuts the head off the racially divisive rhetoric employed by both politicians and right-wing news outlets over immigration, plaguing bo...

corbyn's post brexit blueprint the tories don't come close

He cuts the head off the racially divisive rhetoric employed by both politicians and right-wing news outlets over immigration, plaguing both sides of the referendum campaigns, honing in on the true paths to the economic mess that led to 17 million votes to leave the EU:
Years of destructive austerity and a broken economic model have delivered acountry of job insecurity, shortages of affordable housing, agency working, wage undercutting and gaping inequalities.
After clarifying the most pressing reasons behind Britain’s vast inequality, he goes on to immediately address the rise in racial abuse since the vote, and debunks the belief that immigration is the cause of hardship for British people.
His position is clear – he doesn’t just acknowledge and condemn racism. He clearly and purposefully proves why it has no basis in truth.
Part of it was clearly about the impact of immigration on a deregulated jobs market and investment-starved housing and public services.
But leave voters were also concentrated in former industrial areas hit hardest by low pay, job insecurity and economic stagnation.
Corbyn makes clear that immigration does indeed have an economic impact, but it has been negative only in combination with an electorate hit hard by economic policies that, since the late ’70s, have created a ‘precariat‘ class.
Immigration has been proven to generally have an economic benefit for the UK; because the hugely diverse and multi-faceted ‘immigrant’ demographic pays more in tax overall than the benefits received by ‘immigrants’. The Conservatives know this, but it doesn’t fit their line – if the lower classes can’t blame each other, they’ll start blaming the political and business classes.
Highlighting the lies of the Labour coup
Another criticism to be debunked is that of Corbyn’s lack of influence over voters in the referendum. In his constituency of Islington North, three-quarters voted Remain. Overall, Labour voters were two-thirds in favour of Remain. And still, this was one of the many false accusations levelled at Corbyn by his colleagues during the attempted Labour leadership coup.
Labour MPs opposing Corbyn – several of whom had an overall leave vote in their own constituencies – criticised him for not working hard enough in persuading the voters to come out behind the Party’s official ‘In’ campaign.
Corbyn notes Labour’s overall remain vote, adding that “Labour-supporting cities that voted remain, such as London, Bristol and Manchester, have far higher migrant populations than many that backed leave.”
Corbyn’s attention to success stories of more unified cities, rather than to division, stands in stark contrast to those MPs who have ignored their constituents to focus instead on battling amongst themselves within the Party.
Strategy and leadership focus
Corbyn outlines Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell’s three “red lines” for an EU economic strategy:
the maintenance of existing employment and social rights, freedom of trade with Europe, and protection of work and residency rights for both EU citizens in Britain and British citizens in Europe.
Current Chancellor George Osborne, however, disappeared for days following the Brexit vote. He emerged to tell the British people to expect to be poorer, because even though he had made “extensive contingency plans” there would need to be – of course – more public spending cuts.
Osborne’s latest announcement, that he will further cut taxes for corporations, has been condemned by EU leaders including German Finance Minister Schäuble as unfair, and potentially triggering “a race to the bottom”.
Corbyn reminds readers that, during the referendum campaign, he:
argued for an end to EU-enforced liberalisation and privatisation of public services – and for freedom for public enterprise and public investment, now restricted by EU treaties. Those freedoms need to be part of the coming negotiations.
For those who voted leave in opposition to the EU’s negative impact on the economy, this makes clear the true opportunity that has arisen from Brexit. Rather than simply a financial crisis of immigration or overspending, it’s also the top-down enforcement of austerity policies by the EU – in a similar fashion to the Conservatives’.
Corbyn confirmed that he will be:
meeting fellow European socialist leaders in Paris this week.
Why leftist Labour are the ones to deliver
‘Socialism’, as explained and defended here by prominent Labour MPs, is simply ‘solidarity, not selfishness’. Late MP, and mentor to Corbyn, Tony Benn points out that “Labour has never been a socialist party but it’s always had socialists in it”, and yet it’s “greatest socialist legislation” – the NHS – is also it’s most popular.
Corbyn outlines the need for socialist values that reject exploitation, and why the Conservatives’ rejection of social policies hasn’t worked to date, and cannot work for a post-Brexit Britain:
…none of those seeking to replace David Cameron has any kind of exit plan. Instead, once again, they are planning to make working people pay, with yet more spending cuts and tax rises.
If freedom of movement means the freedom to exploit cheap labour in a race to the bottom, it will never be accepted in any future relationship with Europe. But the reality is that we have allies in that cause across Europe, as on many other issues that will be at the heart of the negotiations ahead. Those negotiations cannot be left to a Tory government that does not speak for the country.
He points out that under his leadership, he and MPs working alongside him have gathered real victories against the worst of Conservative austerity:
we have repeatedly forced the government to drop damaging policies, won every byelection, and beaten the Tories in the local elections. I have made clear I am ready to reach out to Labour MPs who oppose my leadership – and work with the whole party to provide the alternative the country needs.
Corbyn then condemns both the traditional imperialism and elitism of the right-wing Conservative Party, and New Labour:
After years of disastrous wars, ballooning inequality and a failing political elite, there can be no more business as usual.
Democratic leadership, not personality politics
Finally, while many of us who support a turn to the left for our country occasionally fall into the trap of faux-worshipping Corbyn, he himself has made clear that it’s his policies, not him individually, that will benefit the country. He would stand down if someone else was elected by the membership.
Our priority must now be to mobilise this astonishing new force in politics, and ensure people in Britain have a real political alternative. Those who want to challenge my leadership are free to do so in a democratic contest, in which I will be a candidate.
As in the Brexit vote, accepting a democratic decision is of utmost importance. For a political class so out of touch with the average citizen’s needs, and a citizenry so divided and out of touch with each other’s needs, it’s imperative that we have a leader who not only listens to the people’s opinion on his own leadership, but also commits to taking forward a democratic decision which he campaigned against. And, that he do so while debunking the false reasoning given for those divides and democratic decisions:
the responsibility of our whole party is to stand up in united opposition to the Tory government. If we come together, we can take them on and win.
Whether or not Corbyn has enough support yet to win a snap general election is unclear. However, this outline of his clarity of purpose and leadership, in line with what so many of the public have been calling for, should put to rest many of the false charges levelled at him.
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Friday, 17 June 2016

II WANT MY COUNTRY BACK. I want my country back that is a funny, smart, brave, sassy, intelligent, caring, loving, creative country. I want my country back that doesn't force sick people to go out to work. I want my country back that doesn't see education as a gold mine for business. I want my country back that loves what Europe has to offer. I want my country back that isn't fazed by newcomers but understands that good things come from difference. I want my country back that is industrious enough to build enough houses for everyone. I want my country back that can allocate resources to areas of stress. I want my country back that doesn't use the results of war to divide and rule us. I want my country back where we don't provoke fear to get our ends. 
I WANT MY COUNTRY BACK.
Pass it on.
Tell your friends.
Write it on a banner.
Write it in the sky.


Saturday, 4 June 2016

up yours boris

reads:
CRISIS – Immigration is out of control” - “Is it? The problems in the middle east are out of control!”
“AFTER – open borders do not work” – “I think they do. I quite like a trip to France/Spain/Italy without having to worry about a visa.”
“CRISIS – The eurozone has failed” – “Define failed? If by still operating and growing, while being the second biggest economy and the ability to help millions of refugees – yeah, it’s failed.”
“AFTER – The EU is a diminishing trade power in the world” – “Where did you head this crap? It’s the second biggest economy in the world”
“CRISIS – We are losing more and more of our powers” – “12% of your laws come from the EU not the 60% Boris claimed! These laws protect our farmers and the most vulnerable.”
The campaigner finishes by calling someone (we’re not entirely sure who) a “xenophobic old man” and says “it’s not your future – it’s ours! Youth vote remain.”

Friday, 3 June 2016

belt up boris

CRISIS – Immigration is out of control” - “Is it? The problems in the middle east are out of control!”
“AFTER – open borders do not work” – “I think they do. I quite like a trip to France/Spain/Italy without having to worry about a visa.”
“CRISIS – The eurozone has failed” – “Define failed? If by still operating and growing, while being the second biggest economy and the ability to help millions of refugees – yeah, it’s failed.”
“AFTER – The EU is a diminishing trade power in the world” – “Where did you head this crap? It’s the second biggest economy in the world”
“CRISIS – We are losing more and more of our powers” “12% of your laws come from the EU not the 60% Boris claimed! These laws protect our farmers and the most vulnerable.”
The campaigner finishes by calling someone (we’re not entirely sure who) a “xenophobic old man” and says “it’s not your future – it’s ours! Youth vote remain.”
That’ll tell ‘em! Only 500,000 more copies to go you, you’ll be done in no time mate.
The person who discovered our angry commuter’s work posted the image on Reddit, on which it has met mixed reactions.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

to leave or remain WHAT i BELIEVE

i  believe
1.BRITAIN SHOULD REMAIN AND LINK WITH OTHER  COUNTRIES UNHAPPY WITH THE DIRECTION OF THE EU AND WORK HARDER THAN EVER TO GET  THE CHANGES WE AND MANY OTHER MEMBERS WANT.
BEFORE 2005 OUR PRIME MINISTER AND CHANCELLOR  WENT ON A FACT FINDING TOUR OF THE SOUTHERN STATES OF AMERICA WITH THE OBJECTIVE OF LOOKING TO SEE WHAT THEY THOUGHT GOVERNMENT COULD GET AWAY WITHOUT DOING THEY FOUND A E WOEFUL COMPARISON BETWEEN SOCIAL SERVICES  AVAILABLE IN THE UK AND THOSE AVAILABLE IN THE USA WHERE DESTITUTION APPEARS TO BE ROUTINE SOUP KITCHENS AND HOSTELS BECAME THE HOMES OF WORKING PEOPLE MADE HOMELESS OFTEN BY DEBT INCURRED BY BUSINESS FAILURE OR IN THE CASE OF OVER 600,000PEOPLE INDEBTEDNESS CAUSED BY EBT PURSUED BY INSURANCE COMPANIES FOR HEALTHCARE COSTS ASTRONOMICAL AS A RESULT OF PAY BEFORE TREATMENT HEALTHCARE SERVICES.
WITHIN MONTHS OF NICK CLEGG'S DECISION TO PROP UP A CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT WITH A SO CALLED COALITION THE NEED FOR ND APPEARANCE OF FOODBANKS BECAME A COMMON SIGHT IN EVERY CITY TOWN AND VILLAGE
DOCTORS AND SOCIAL SERVICES HAVE HAD TO REFER HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS TO RECEIVE THESE CHARITABLE HAND OUTS DUE TO MASSIVE INCREASES IN HOMELESSNESS CUTS TO THE SOCIAL SECURITY BUDGET THE POLICY OF FILING TO RENEW SOLD OFF HOUSING STOCK IN THE UK HAS SINCE BECOME THE CAUSE OF DEVASTATING CUTS  TO WELFARE/BENEFITS SPENDING.
Foodbanks had never been seen in the uk before, SHOCKINGLY THE GOVERNMENT TURNED DOWN £MILLIONS FROM THE EU TO ALLEVIATE  SUCH POVERTY.
WHY IS ALL THIS CONNECTED TO THE EU DEBATE?
It is my profound belief that  the current conservative government wishes to continue the dismantling of the welfare net snd the nhs in the uk to the extent of providing the sub subsistence levels of benefits and social support for the impoverished sick and disabled mercilessly attacked at every opportunity by the minister for the department of work and pensions the uk government has expressed  desire for charities to take over much of what has been up until now been quite rightly the responsibility of HM government paid for by national insurance contributions and taxes paid by  those able to work in the uk above  certain income level.
In conjunction with the UK government's unprecedented and unnecessary austerity programme deemed needed  by massive government borrowing to bale out errant failing banks who failed to check te investments they took on during the financial crisis,government has also sought to curtail workers rights and vital health and safety legislation meaning uk Workers have only right which come from the european parliament to protect them at work.
If the uk vote to leave the eu I BELIEVE STRONGLY THE CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT WILL CONTINUE THE PLAN THEY HAVE STARTED TO MIRROR THE SOCIAL SERVICES AND BENEFITS SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES THERE WILL BE NO EU LAW TO PROTECT CITIZENS AGAINST such changes THEY WILL CONTINUE TO PRIVATISE THE NHS AND IN COMMON WITh UKIP SWITCH TO AN AMERICAN STYLE CREDIT CARD HEALTH SYSTEM WHICH I REPEAT MAKES AT LEAST 600000 PEOPLE DESTITUTE IN THE usa every YEAR JUST THROUGH GETTING ILL OR HAVING AN ACCIDENT before you vote at the referendum beware what you wish for I'LL BE VOTING REMAIN BECAUSE I HAVE NO CHOICE BUT RELY ON THE NHS AND THE SOCIAL SECURITY SAFETY NET