Ben Delicious reports from Brighton: As the comrades gather on the seaside, to beat their drum and try to prove that they are fit to govern the country, the question that raises its ugly head is this: how stupid do you need to be to support Labour after what they have done to Britain?
The opinion polls say that something like 35 per cent of people in Britain would vote Labour in the next election. Who are these people and what planet do they live on? Ok, I can understand those who’ve been on benefit most of their lives and illegal immigrants who got their visas on false pretences. And I can understand loony lefties who do it out of spite. I can even understand the ones who’ve been brainwashed by the BBC propaganda and the total morons who have no idea what is going on. But these are a minority and they can’t really add up to 35 per cent, can they? So it must mean that there are stubborn people out there who support Labour because they have a very weird view of what politics and life generally are about.
The only reason why the comrades have not been wiped out in the last general election is because the Tories blew it big time, having a leader like David Cameron and an election campaign supremo like George Osborne. If these two were not there, the Tories would have won a huge working majority. Cameron and Osborne are the problem not the solution. They have discredited themselves in the last election and should step down to avoid a disaster in 2015.
But back to Labour and their supporters. We have an absurd situation when Labour have not only survived but are now actually talking about winning and making a pact with those prostitutes, the Liberal Democrats. How crazy is that? How can anyone allow a party back in power that had bankrupted the country to a crisp, started a war on false pretences and dismantled the country’s constitution? Not to mention waging a war against common sense and undermining the monarchy and the church. This is absurd. Labour should have been banned from politics by the High Court for what they’ve done during their 13 years in power, especially considering that they’ve rigged the 2005 general election. There was no way they could have won after starting that war in Iraq.
And another thing: how is it that Labour represent the interests of the working men and women when it did everything to undermine them? 24-hour drinking, relaxing rules on gambling, allowing loan sharks to operate legitimately, dismantling grammar schools that allowed children from working class families to have a better life, privatising the NHS through the backdoor and inflaming racial and religious tensions by enforcing multiculturalism and diversity – these are all Labour’s policies that have damaged the working men and women.
Did I mention that Labour let banks do whatever they pleased? I didn’t? OK then, I’ll say it: Labour let the banks do whatever they pleased.
And now we are going to see a farce played out in Brighton, with comrades pretending that they know what to do if they grab power again. (Labour don’t win elections, they grab power to implement whacky policies covered up with fancy lingo of fairness, social mobility, human rights and equality – the same things that German Nazis and Soviet communists proclaimed while running down their countries.)
Labour leader Ed Miliband, a communist in all but name, is going to tell the conference that the party has its own policies, even though it has got none. And the comrades will cheer and applaud. And Ed Balls, the Shadow Chancellor, one of the architects of bankrupting Britain, will have the nerve to claim that he knows how to put the British economy back on track. And again, the comrades will cheer and applaud, while the BBC will produce and endless flow of meaningless drivel supposed to convince everyone that Labour is a serious party and talks sense. And some people will nod and agree. Especially the illegal immigrants, waiting for a chance to get a visa and become staunch Labour supporters.
Funny world we live in.